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L.AM ll.! iIf g !( l NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES DUPL 3 9358 01423849 4 l706M(?a ,i- J «?? .: Eastern University A Passage Through Time ... ' : The element of Time . . . Webster defines Time as " The allotted, appointed, fixed, or customary moment or hour for something to happen, begin or end. " No attempt is made here to allot or appoint. Rather, the raison d ' etre of the 1963 Cauldron is to fix a period in our lives which had begun, happened and, somewhat sadly ended. These were the crucial years, the cha- otic years, the happy years, the sad years; the time of our lives; the moments of hell-raising, heartache, hardship; a panorama of experi- ences which, although we oftimes won ' t admit it, we do hold somewhat fondly to us. Somehow, we cannot help but feel that this was the time someone had issued a chal- lenge to us — and we emerged victorious. Surely, the experience must be recorded. . . . 8 8 8 ii|Q):,. j y - ' - . 7 i W 14 commit MiUe ... " ducation is the process of teaching one to think — using good old common sense. If education fails to do this, it is a u ' aste both from the teacher ' s and student ' s vie vpoint. " It is to Professor Chester P. Baker, the speaker of these words, whom this CAULDRON is so proudly dedicated. Professor Baker joined the faculty at North- eastern upon receiving a degree in Chemical Engi- neering from the University in 1920. Since that time, he more than any other one man has been responsible for the effectiveness, grou ' th, and high morale of the Department of Chemical Engineering. In 1939 he founded and became the first chairman of this de- partment and to the present has been responsible for the conception, design and installation of the chemi- cal engineering laboratories throughout the campus. Professor Baker has published numerous papers in his field and has been honored by many national societies and lauded by many trade publications. The CAULDRON is honored to dedicate this book to Professor Baker Avho, after having come to Northeastern forty-six years ago vith the coming of the first CAULDRON publication, will retire this year leaving behind a praiseworthy history of dedica- ted service to Northeastern University and to the propagation of education in chemical engineering throughout the Nation. Mitchell C. Lynch Editor-iti-Cliief Donald T. Ri Assistant Ed Benjamin Gerson Business Manager Roderic Met tier Photo Editor Caui4 ' pH 963 Section Editors: William Colyer, Fraternities Daniel Campbell, Sports Thomas Conroy, R O T C Thomas Conroy, R O T C Other members of the Editorial Board: Geraldine DiPeri, Secretary Stephen J. Green, Assistant to the Editor Leland McDonough, Assistant to the Editor Staff members: Joseph Codispoti Deborah Wentworth Charles Tegan David O ' Donnell Gail Starr Beth Wyman John Travers Pamela Spoffard David King Lawrence Curran Peter Vakas John Bender Lillian O ' Connell Grace Osterhaut 73 121 151 I % Activities Sports Fraternities !S|M,T:WlTiF:Sl 1 86 207 ROTC Graduates President ' s Message . . . education haJ It is a pleasure to extend congratulations to all members of the senior class. As you go forth from Northeastern, you join : 3,000 other Northeastern graduates who comprise a very important part of America ' s greatest resource — her educated men and vomen. You have received an excellent education for the times in vhich you live, but you must realize that it is much less complete for the times in which you live than vas the edu- cation of most previous generations in relation to the times in which they lived. Rno vledge is expanding at a rapid pace, pointing up dramatically that education has no destination. It is a continuous, endless road that we must travel all our lives. You are fortunate indeed that you are educated in those fields of knowledge in vhich Northeastern specializes. They include the fields of knowledge of great importance in today ' s world and lead to careers and professions which are critically short in supply. Northeastern kno ' S that it has your loyalty and devo- tion. This uni ersity — your Alma Mater — has a great destiny yet to fulfill. It is counting on you to join with the thousands of other loyal alumni to assist Northeastern to become one of the great universities of the free vorld. The challenge to you is to make the most of your oppor- tunities and to use your talents and education to serve your nation and the cause of freedom. May God instill in each of you a passion of excellence. I have every confidence that Northeastern graduates will meet the challenge. HO 4e tiHathn " ■ . ' w " pir %m % M 1 Someone once said the individual should never know the limits of his personal creativity. Once the limit is known, then the excitement and exhilaration of accomplishment cease to exist. We knew no limits in that period of time. We vere given the tools with which to work. We were taken to the threshold of our own minds. ■:mm ' ' m £ .. .; mm 12 In the freshness and innocence of our youth, we threw ourselves into the cauldron of this university. There were individuals ivho rose as leaders from the crowd; there were those who worked and followed quietly and without recognition, each according to the dictates of ability, desire, personality and personal value. Thus, Northeastern is many different things to many people, but to all, it will always bring to mind, not just a time of scholastic and social challenge, but a time when the sweetness and fullness of life, and perhaps some of the bitterness also, reached out and echoed into our unformed character. Thus, we spill forth from this cauldron, to go separate ways and to meet new challenges, but the ties are formed and binding. For we spent together, under the shelter of this, our Alma Mater, our golden days. Time is sometimes fast, sometimes slow. It races by vhen there ' s a term paper due, and crawls with an eternity bet veen each tick of the clock during that last class on Friday afternoon. Five years ago gradua- tion ivas at the end of a lifetime. Now, it feels like only yesterday vhen the history of the Class of 1963 began on a sunny, mild, autumn morning. " FROSH HORDES INVADE CAMPUS, " screamed the banner head- lines of the NEWS edition waiting to greet us when we first enrolled at Northeastern University, Wednesday, September 3, 1958. While waiting in line to have our pictures taken and receive locker keys, we read that we were the largest entering class in the history of the University and 135 freshman coeds re- sulted in an 1 1-1 male to female ratio, a big improvement, according to upperclassmen. And when we had a spare mo- ment during a hectic orientation iveek to pause and digest the speeches ve heard and booklets we read, we wondered if ve Avould be among the one of every three who vould not be around at the start of our sophomore year. Barely had we settled down to the routine of studying, when we found out that King Husky IV, Northeastern ' s last live mascot, died mysteriously at a New Hampshire kennel, presumably shot because he had rabies. Since we couldn ' t have a live mascot, the News proposed that King Chump, a baboon, be installed in his place. As the canine uproar died down, it was announced that the Student Center Building would become the Ell Student Center, in honor of Dr. Carl S. Ell, who retired as University President in June of 1959. We paid court to Queen Rosemarie Dividio as our first Homecoming rolled around and watched the Hu skies roll over the University of Bridge- port, 36-8. Professor Wallace Bishop proved a true prophet when he predicted that Batista ' s Cuba regime would be overthrown by unknown rebel leader, Fidel Castro, and Secretary of the Army Wilbur S. Brucker praised Northeastern for outstanding ROTC achievement. SHOm ) ?? fWSH C .I SS 6) The Class of 1963 held its first official function. Sue Feeney won top pi-i7.e in an Alumni Auditorium fash- ion show. The Student Council made plans to raise money for a Husky statue and Dean Dorothy Dissell became North- eastern ' s second Dean of Women re- placing Dean Myra Herrick. We Avere veterans now, sopho- mores, as a monumental event took place. Dr. Asa S. Knowles was inaugu- rated as the University ' s third Presi- dent and Dr. Ell became the first Husky Chancellor. Our class made history when we decided to support a Korean orphan- age but an otherwise gala autumn was marred when Northeastern lost at Homecoming to the University of Conn, before Queen Elizabeth Ander- son. The Atomic Energy Commission granted the University |41,284 to be used for a nuclear reactor and $45,000 worth of equipment was added to the mechanical engineering labs. Somehow the money had to be obtained to pay for these improve- ments and tuition was raised $100. Sports enthusiasts received some good news. Art Chisholm received hockey AU-American honors and a physical education major was offered. While we celebrated the golden anniversary of Northeastern ' s, Co-oper- ative Plan of Education, a new Alma Mater was composed. 18 As we began our middle year, a group of Phi Beta Alpha brothers re- vived an old tradition by stealing Rhody ' s ram. Future expansion of the Univer- sity ' s physical plant was insured when 12,000,000 worth of neighborhood in- dustrial property was purchased. Nancy MacLean vas elected Homecoming Queen and watched Southern Conn. State defeat the Hus- kies, 23-6. For the first time doctorate de- grees on the Co-op Plan were offered in chemistry, physics and electrical en- gineering. Art Chisolm was named Ail- American again, but spurned a profes- sional contract from the Boston Bruins in favor of a career in business. To help solve the parking prob- lem, the Boston Storage Warehouse was torn do vn and the land hard top- ped for use as a parking lot. As national fraternities were al- lowed on campus, the University pur- chased the Roosevelt Apartments, Dean Alexander retired as Dean of the College of Engineering and was re- placed by Dean Ronald Scott and the nuclear lab received a grant to inves- tigate sub-atomic particles. We began our junior year in a philanthropic mood, raising money for the destitute Korean island, Cheju- do. A pharmacy school became the University ' s sixth college and Arlene Wissenbach was elected Homecoming Queen as we lost to Vermont, 6-0. The campus was electrified by the announcement of a $40 million devel- opment program, the basketball team won the regional championship and sororities appeared on campus. Then it arrived. Our senior year, recorded in the pages of this CAULDRON. Stephen J. Green 19 §1% . i r T 8 » ; f« » • ■■ The Fenway— Winter 20 AROUND CAMPUS Down Huntington " 81 St. Stephen ' s " The Fenway— Summer ., i 11 WEST , FOB MEN 7h juiiii ffci ffcHkeaJte H Ifaf 14,1963 NO ' : a of oss). SUBURBAN CAMPUS FOR NORTHEASTERN I went feeding . Some 1 ever [nation never Special to Tbe New York Tlmei BOSTON, April 13— North- eastern University is joining the move to the suburbs. After considering plans for more than a year, Dr. Asa S. Knowrles, president of North- eastern, said this weelc that the university wrould construct a $1,000,000 campus in Burling- ton, Mass. The site is a 15-acre plot that was part of a former Nike mis- sile installation. It is adjacent to State Route 128, a circum- ferential highway rimmed by research and development in- dustries. The immediate plans call for the construction of 10 class- rooms with an auditorium for 250 persons. Student lounge and dining facilities, offices, confer. ence rooms and a small library will be provided. Dr. Knowles said that the suburban complex would be an extension of the Huntington Avenue campus in the Back Bay district. In addition to standard courses for an antici- pated enrollment of 1,000, spe- cial graduate courses will be offered to employees of indus- tries on Rout ' j2R and to college, graduates Wving in the nrsa. 23 Jt l ohvad ' turn hit h 3 v fraffh til P I S GOC PHYS Bfttt ffiJBR ' bSmmt- k ■ v itAmi .-_. W filt ai(A V ftkea tetn tIaJ... j jgai 5ri y A il ' mmwymim ' ' ) ymf a ym : ' t — i i LOWELL CABOT DUCATION CENTER m 1 U ' i H :p ' " m ii ' U i ' U itU M.., .....i il. t ir irU AND Scif MAKE TIME im comov A CORNUCOPIA OF CAREFREE CONFUSION AND . . . There exists within the confines of the university a concavity of con- fusion, a collection of cardboard car- tons of milk, books scattered, half- empty containers of coffee, casual cast- abouts, a candid conglomeration of class-cutting culprits. This is the Com- mons, where books are read, time is whiled away, ideas are spread and per- haps something of value is the end re- sult of the moments spent away from responsibility, the wasted moments, the idle hours, the time of shirk. It offers not much more than food and drink, and dirty floors, and tired students, little old ladies serving their wares at outrageous prices. There are the long, long lines stretching to who knows where, the soft-drink dispensaries with a large " out of order " sign pasted on the coin whach-a-ma-callit. The blaring music, the shouts, the laughs, the announcements, the warnings, the plans made and cancel- led. 33 . jj jjjI VW %: »»«l«««i « s n The times remembered . . . Those current corridors, the sea of humanity between classes, the booths offering the latest wares in ideas, entertainment. Marking time, on the way to somewhere, the corridors (tunnels, if you will) were the means to any end. And it was there we stopped to converse, read the posters, make the dates. Students on the move are a won- drous sight (whether through the cor- ridors or further into life) . They were on the way to spend some time some- vhere. But many were the times spent on the way. ytiCM Tmelif 36 Cott ' pt » t nn,prft»5». t s ■iiiwinii i " I ' ' ' ' N O R T H E A S T L R N UNIVERSITY Oh Campus Wfkt aH4 t aif 38 rJlllll ' 11 Time tf fill etUPM It wjfl ' if % f v.. I ' T Tim- 40 UUfr !■ Ow ii0eA 41 Time fot i,eUufe " . . . ecaht the tniHuteJ antf AA huf S peHt in the putMit p leiMfc 46 8 CHECH ROOM HOURS 815- ' 5 ' ■4f . ? -A St E 1 B R N l } . 1 . rttb .. ' ' ■ Ci i - v - " V. , • ? ■. .- -■ , ■ • . • ' - " . ' ' ■ « ; N. V V Ar f . . »- : r , : s The Highwaymen In Concert 56 The Class of 1965 proved it could be done when it presented a two-and- a-half-hour concert by the popular folk-singing group, " The Highway- men. " Alumni Auditorium was packed that evening — a memorable evening because it was the first truly successful concert ever sponsored at the university by a class. The concert ' s success caused a sudden re-examina- tion of the various ways classes could raise funds. That evening also pointed up the diversification of ways of spending time at Northeastern. One moment the entertainment of a concert — the next moment it was back to the books. A CcHcette l tu4ij And back to the books was by no means a way- ward expression. It in- dicated a major phase of our time spent at Northeastern; it indi cated exactly why we ' attended the university in the first place; our memories of the school will never be brought into such sharp focus as when — and this will occur everyday of our lives — we examine our- selves for what we know — and what we know will, for a large part, have come from what we learned at Northeastern. Not only in the classroom or in the library, but in our experiences of life — life as students at Northeastern. :..lii!..ijii.i,ki. ....... 57 The alumni came and so did the rain. But this was the last time as hosts. We picked our queen, played our foot- gall game, saw our play, had our par- ties. But the rains still came, perhaps to remind us it was our last welcome. The floats lost their glow, the football players slipped in mud. It was our time, though. Our con- solation was we would return — and be welcomed by our hosts — in the sun. We will laud the floats, cheer the team and applaud the play. It will be our time to return. On 58 HmecmiHf — A $Wif The frosting on the Homecom- ing cake — a beautiful queen, a blond, blue-eyed queen, a charming queen. Her name was Barbara Carl- son, and a stunning sight vas she — even in a rain-coat, holding her um- brella over herself and her court. And don ' t forget the court, that en- tourage to beauty, smiling in the rain, not disappointed the least bit. ... (9 time H H H ■■jjjj H M ■ jKv ' I HHH ' ' ' ° ' " " ' " i ' ' B i mi ■ ' i m ' I mimHI . . . ah4 a Queen Barbara Carlson Homecoming Oueen 61 O ' hcnneil the Chinam Dave O ' Donnell isn ' t really Chi- nese, nor is he a dog. But one spring week last year Dave tried to be both — and a good job he did of it. Because Dave that week was crowned Mr. Husky, a sceptical title indeed, but one in vhich Dave achieved only after conducting some of the most extraordinary shenanigans ever seen on the Northeastern campus. The Mr. Husky contest, like its counterpart the Mayoralty campaign, indicates that Northeastern even has time for the absurd as a primer of spirit. 62 MR ». i ' MAYORALTY 65 ..V -a ? im-BS » lift ' t I tm ■! 2 J :j j«SiSf? At«ii ' ■■ ' ): , 67 SK I WEEKEND 72 AC19Vn% 73 This year ' s Cauldron is the re- sult of a joint effort by a staff of writ- ers, photographers and clerical as- sistants dedicated to the task of presenting what we consider the most valid representation of under- graduate life, as we knew it, at Northeastern. The yearbook is developed around the somewhat poetic theme of time, an intangible substance to be sure. The class of 1963 has shared an experience during the years at the university, and the Cauldron staff has burned the midnight oil on many nights to insure that the experience will be recorded. The Editors Caul4i ' H Seated: M. Lynch, editor-in-chief, G. DiPeri, secretary, D. Wentworth. Standing: Prof. Roberts, adviser, W. Colyer, fraternity editor, L. Manisoff, managing editor, J. Codispoti. t H k BSm the caui4fon (f il- 76 Northeastern News Vcnilinn Blind Warehouse, T llt: n tHcriber rMnn-i fully liir..nii ■ ■ p- nf I ' l.il3d«-l(.l, •iiy. thll tie hat ' • very rt|. nalvr Hi ■ ib« till I ..r wntrh «»ll fioj ' ij ' w .„...-«,„. .„ ,ri; r ra.ii .„ 41B Silver IWaicites. 1;|lH ):il»:i t t.. io b. war- rauiwl to rvii. I ' aivnlLi vfjB, Void awl 8ihcr nf itio tixxt op- Tivrd miikera, ISOii |iat fh lij Ear I ' f ,, from 73 cii. I.. » .n) CO pcf Kir, 3.IU0 BrrjM riiw aud I ' li.tM nn frMn ?00ii. J. ' Vii« riJoi.— urieiy « rr uicjr |i« «la drfvl aod i.EfalVfrtfpuuiw. ttitrciaelM and . ...uibles, Ilc Slc Vvt wttoloale i-«.«ua »i liberal icruw. AhWl ■.f tbx abuv« l " :r°Sr ' ' Sf» ' 4. ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ROUINSflN, at Ilia « nMj. M duuf al«i- iiuMwbw?y auM. MialU aU«. . |oi dJn GLASS CUTTING FACTORV. AriiHB rabscrllnr tlill eonlrixjH lh« [ J Oiu Coitiaf tauiHa, it HI lu tvi I Ifonh Tbiitl Hi«i, I ' kiWtlpkUL ■ „„ MteMlM ••xrtBeiil er dlkiodjofClioi ew, pluD ibJ jirwedi foniimr. boobl, kT ' of«« kiodt—Cniiiilrj Mmh.ou ,ml ; , ■ " • " « nV ' X ' i lit call iml tuiuint pre. •Icm jmnl it,mt.t{m ' i uiicl. will bt «.« .I ' lb, , IpnM fKt»7 | ric«, by ■Mtl— r BfCHARO 8. IIISLP.T. Oablaat Oraad PIANO forte! HO M NDrAOTUB£B, First row: R. Cerasuolo, jjborti editor, K. Boyce. neu; erfiioc, V. Boulay, managing editor, S. Green editor-in-chief. Prof. Roberts, arfi wor, N. Green! feature editor, R. Ristino, art editor. Second row: S. Copman, R. Harding, B. MacDonald, advertis- ing manager, J. Codispoti, J. DeCenso, R. Mettler, J. Jurkowski. Third row: A. Hatton, J. Cotte li- brarian, W. Rodriguez, R. Heroux, S. Rich ' D Ellis, P. Vakas, M. Lynch. First Row: Barbara Apsit, P. Carnevale, manager, J. Palumo. Second Row: M. Peters, D. LaRosa, F. Radonese. ) OL Piof Roberts, lu c noi Close, Prof. Howes. Second row: R. Minichiello, R. Hickey. K. Logan. PEGASUS Our concern was speech and speech impelled us To purify the dialect of the tribe And urge the mirid to aftersight and foresight. — T. S. Eliot A vehicle we made of this poetry, this precise act of words, and built values from our own verses, and the exposure to the established rank of the greats, who traded with the Muse in sweat and pain and joy. From the beauty we found, we built a knowledge to hold our faith in living. With the sadness we discov- ered, we forged weapons of the heart to aid and cure these ills. To keep alive the spirit of the art, to check the depersonalization of our age — our time, the one time we have. We have enough to maintain the faith of God, the faith of man, ultimately combined in the faith of love. These words are light to illuminate the power of man, to make the future of birth, this in- terim, and death, a total and sublime heaven. 80 N.U. Writer We live awhile in these books, a part of our needs, and a contribution to the heritage of our cultural growth. Out of our necessity, we created. II lO i 12 2 3 8 7 6 4 5 R. Minichello, assoc. ed.. Prof. L. Roberts, advisor, M. Lynch, assoc. erf., D. Bates, ed. in chief. The Silver Masque presented a warm and enjoyable theatre season this year, ranging from some delight- fully different theatrics ( " Fantas- ticks " ) , to an eccentric and symbolis- tic portrayal of man ' s struggle for survival ( " The Skin Of Our Teeth " ); from the joys and tragedies of ordinary people in a midwestern town ( " Pic- nic " ) , to a musical comedy with a touch of the Irish and all the fun of sliding down a Rainbow ( " Finian ' s Rainbow, " that is) . The Studio The- atre also enjoyed a successful season, presenting scenes from the work of O ' Neill, Shakespeare and Johnson, as well as Jean Anouihl ' s " Antigone " . 82 W QMC First row: R. Stuart. H. Kimball, prod, mgr., J. McDonnell, prod, mgr., R. Sauo- colo, pres., R. Wallace, prod. mgr.. A. Burnett. Second row: Prof. E. Blackman. advisor-director, S. Stein, mnke-up-chicf. M. O ' Donnell, M. Zabilski, J. Blumsack, M. Dawson, L. Blumsack, tech. director. Third row: R. Rizzo, P. Campbell, E. Hupprich, D. Cash, S. Feldstein. First row: Mr. Blumsack, Technical Director, R. Hassinger, B. Gerson, Business Manager, B. Murdoch, Secretary, Prof. Blackman, Adviser, C. Baker, President, I. Berzins, Production Manager, A. Tieuli. Second row: S. Desatnick, M. Swartz, G. Burns, C. Keating, M. Camillio, N. Gay, G. Silverstein. Third row: K. Heinz, P. Tyler, H. Murray, D. Wentworth, E. Walsh, A. Butler, S. Blomen, A. Burnett, M. Hawkes, D. Thompson, S. Alpert. Fourth row: H. Mlave r, S. Feldstein, H. Donahue, E. Archambault, J. Willard, E. Hupprich, D. Cash, E. Whitehurst, B. Manning, J. Comperchio. t i liftm i wi i iMn iiii IPMKMMMmtWWMMIIMWH i M iii » .uxj mmmmmmm fffiftheaMefh . . . ■i « ia vv STUDENT UNION The Student Union this year launched two proj- ects — raising more than $1,000 for the offshore Ko- rean island of Cheju Do and $850 for a portion of a new school in Guatemala — both of which added a distinctive note of accomplishment to the organiza- tion itself and Northeastern. First roiv: G. Zajou, C. Carnes, G. Boyer, J. Peppard, sec, E. Cahill, vice pres., D. Marshall, P. Zazulak, S. Gardner. Second row: R. Goffey, H. McLean, O. Hollett, J. Perkins, F. Patz, Z. Wallace, J. Egdall, E. Kelley, N. Goldberg, C, Garniewicz, N. Glidden, A. Reinherz, H. Cohen, R. Glorioso. Third row: D. Cobb, M. Menaker, J. Thompson, J. Lukaszewicz, W. Kelly, J. Boudreau, N. Alpert, L. Feigen, E. Megna, R. Craig, S. Rosen, J. OToole, L. Leos. First row: G. Cerreta, D. Headd, M. Lahey, A. Lapierre, A. Compagnoni, pres., J. Dub- chansky, P. Cotting, J. McQuaid, S. Loiselle, Mrs. J. Peppar, sec. adviser. Second row: C. Bakirakis, H. Cohen, S. Pickett, L. McCarron, L. Impastato, G. Curran, L. Damelin, W. Vosburgh, S. Gardner, R. Burgarella, N. Morrison, H. McLean, R. Marks, S. Colon, N. Coray, A. Caton. Third row: C. Carnes, R. Glorioso, G. Zajac, J. OToole, P. Hrul. V. Marchese, R. Kirley, E. Megna, S. MacCaffray, J. Egdall, J. Ryan, C. Meserve, M. Thurber, M. Menaker, D. Marshall. Care photo 87 4fiiHt jjtMt, A iitit wm 9 ' .M. HUSKY KEY It ' s always Husky Key time! Ral- lies, Dances, Mayor of Huntington Avenue Contest, Homecoming, Key is active all hours, all year long. S. H II r; HUSKY KEY SOCIETY First row: D. Grady, G. Silverstein, corr. sec, Prof. Herman, adviser, R. Croatti, vice pres., E. Whitehurst, pres., G. Osterhout, rec. sec., M. Rosenberg, treas., G. Burns, S. Nenart. Second row: A. Caplan, I. Agostino, J. Callaghan, C. Nahabedian, K. Mellor, C. Polizzotti, M. Swartz, G. Starr, G. Fitzhenry, M. Bearon, L. McDonough, W. Lynch, P. Nowers. Third row: M. Udoff, T. Flaherty, J. Busby, C. Steward, P. Galetsa, A. Wissenbach, C. Margosian, N. Stacey, D. Clark, B. Ma rshall, D. Maloof, L. Saslow, J. Cotte. First row: J. Jurkowski, L. O ' Connor, sec, S. Moss, vice chairmaji, L. Woronoff, chairman, N. Sanders, treas., D. Peoli. Second row: B. Marshall, R. Sarkisian, L. McDonough, R. DeCoste, L. Saslow, C. Margosian, T. Flaherty, J. McLaughlin. Third row: M. Kallas, R. Morrison. R. Smith, J. Thomas, R. Dancy. There vas time to cheer — and plenty to cheer aboilt, especially in basketball. Football, too. The echoes resounded throughout the gymnasium. A cheer, a cheer — a cheer to the red and black . . . Time to ckeet... First row: M. Camelio, G. Burns, M. Swartz, D. Clarke. Second row: P. Debois, E. Burns, B. Wyman, capt., B. Carlson, C. Stewart. STUDENT COUNCIL First row: A. Solomon, R. Rhodes, G. Burns, W. Nelson, sec.-treas., P. Bemis, pres., V. Cortina, vice pres., S. Nenart, R. Orenstein. Second roiv: J. McLaughlin, S. Copman, A. Sigel, R. Donahue, J. Allen, F. Toffoloni. D. Smith. Third row: P. Previte, W. LaPointe, W. Lynch, S. Frank, A. Caplan, K. Boyce, M. Kundrath. B. Herrick, P. Penney, D. Sawyer, vice pres., R. Washburn, pres. First row: W. Herrick, D. Sawyer, sec.-treas., R. Washburn, pres.. Dean MacDonald, adviser, G. DeVaux, vice pres., D. Hull. Second row: ]. McLaughlin, J. Fitzpatrick, B. Carver, W. Peluso, K. Knieser, L. Paley. Third row: A. Sigel, C. Stone. W. McTaggart. r»T ; ' i 1 1 ! 1 First row: A. Burnett, R. Kates, adviser, D. Thompson, secretary, W. Perear, freshman team captain, B. Blomgren, co-ed team captain. Second row: D. DeNyse, B. Cameron. R. Burger, D. Woodbury. -«7 " P Vi H- r " " P l jwfl : ' ' 1 Kf K " ' H fiVii roiu; R. Bickmore, captain, F. Kennedy, commodore, D. Thompson, iec, J. Sawyer, iii( mate, P. Loring, treas., B. Blomgren, women ' s captain. Yacht Club Underwater Society 95 Huskiers First row: J. Munro, B. Blomgren, R. Wilder, president, M. Tyler, D. Cobb. Second row: W. Stowell, D. Santos, K. Fiske. T. Wier, J. DeMella. V ' %i GAMMA DELTA First row: P. Spoffard, pres., S. Stein, director, J. Green, treas., E. Brecher, historian. M. Muscara, vice pres. Second row: B. DeFalc, freshman rep., C. Hvoslef, W. Peart, M. Whit- aker, R. Mergon. Third row: E. Frost, M. Dobeck, J. Price, C. Hume, M. O ' Connell, vice pres. 97 First row: V. Close, M. Kadehjian, vice pres., E. Ryan, pres., P. Berg, publicity chairman, C. Fichera. Second row: D. Mordin, P. Mahoney, A. Horwitz, M. Dobeck, E. Frost, C. Bouley. OMEGA SIGMA First row: M. Untz, soc. chairman, P. Wolff, treas., M. Wassserman, rec. sec, B. Carlson, pres., J. Little, vice pres., M. Mahan, corr. sec, M. Carlson, fresh, rep., L. Demerle, jiin. rep. Second row: D. Mordin, S. Zwirn, H. Hebert, H. Cahill, soph, rep., N. Sarnow, S. Small, B. Stone, mid. rep., A. Soeldner, N. Higgins, M. McCaffrey R. Malone, J. Cioni, B. Gowan. Third row: J. Mangiaracine, S. Cohen, A. Gross, A. Remeck, R. Lagana, R. Jay, J. Ponzek, M. Suslak, L. Leonar, J. Sperber, J. Collins. V Girls ' Sport Association First row: D. Anderson, Treasurer, A. Holton, Vice-President. F. K. Brown, Adviser, F. Spaziani, President, P. Cain, Secretary, R. Segdall. Second row: M. Tate, R. Ness, K. Steeves, R. Hawkins, J. Brodbine, R. Wright, T. Doble, J. Waaser. P. J. Pifalo and J. O ' Brien absent from photo. Auto Club First Row. G. Silverstein, W. Colyer, pres., A. Wissenbach, J. Travers. Second Row. S. Green, D. Jervah, D. Dugan, E. Whitehurst. First row. J. Blumsat. P. Curran, record librariati, R. Frizzell, station manager, A. Jones, assist, station manager, R. Hanney, sec, W. Novak, Dean Kennedy, advisor. Second row. D. Warnock, R. Ware, P. Selkowe, R. DeAgazio, J. Anderson, R. Pinsky, W. Aucoin. I Ron Frizell lejt and Ed Whitehurst right check the control board Husky Hi-Liters WNEU 101 i J BAND TROMBONES — Bradbury Huff, James Boynton, Joe Kascus, Robert Mallion, Ray Stickles, Thomas Waite, Fred Lehman, Frank Mroszczyck, Warren Edmunds. PERCUSSION— Barbara Blomgren, Anne Barnett, Pat Heffernan, Don Shea, Rick Meyers, Jean Harris, Danief Kaplan, Thomas Aprille, Paula Melcher. CLARINETS — Edward Burke, Robert Kalapinski, Barry Kaplan, Peggy MacGilli Tay, Robert Manning, Richard Pouliot, Dorothea Thompson, Jason Traiger, Robert Shaw, Thomas Cook, Aaron Picken, John Tre- paney, Herbert Vrooman, Steven Cohen, Robert King, Dick Mayo, Dick Robak. FLUTES — Claire Baker. Agnes McLaughlin, David Regan, Marie Thurber, Adele Hall. BASSOON— Steve Koch. SAXOPHONES— Sheldon Fine, Brad Fisher, Greg Kizik, Richard DeAgazio, Richard Mabel, Samuel Shaffer, Grace Zajac. HORNS — Richard Carrier, Richard Poole, Ellen McSwain, Thomas Wheeler. TRUMPETS— John Cross III, Judy Dubchansky, Jon Malone, Paul Satkevich, Bob Storat, Warren Mosher, Ambrose Nangeroni, William Gillen, Robert Martin, Harry Boyajian. BARITONES— Alan Dunham, Peter Koch, Ann Tucker. BASSES-Charles Steward, Stephen Walker, Richard Wheeler, Mark Egdall. 102 f; " v 10 ' m w K: . , L.-. :, Y ; ' V.,. _ ' -mdL First row: F. Patz, sec.-treas., B. Oczowski, C. Longiaru, D. Dahlberg, S. O ' Keefe, P. Zazulak, pres,, S. Glickman, M. Dawson, adviser. Second row: R. Giberti, S. Der-Ohanessian, E. Cahill, D. Gillette, C. Garniewicz, N. Grolnic, J. Benson. FOLK DANCE SOCIETY 104 Modern Dance Kw WH|k ' 1 1 ' s 1 . , . . fn sf ?-o«i; E. Burns, A. Wissenbach, president, E. Walsh, vice president. Second row: M. Swartz, L. Saslow, G. Burns. Jazz Society and Folk Music Society i First row. R. Orenstein, secretwy, A. Caplan, president, M. Beardon, vice president. Second row: Ron Titlebaum, Bernard Lucey, Jim Furneaux, Lawrence Manisoff. 107 ,t ■V .s «Bwwmiininni«Mmiimiw) ' " » ' i " » - i» : l 108 iiifeMM. i-«M«lMHNMMi , |„ ., p u , I ' f ? y f IT ' l i ' T ' fHi-f SSIiMBW ITIWMItRtt ' r ' RELIG mmmmmmmmmtUI0 NEWMAN CLUB First row: Dean Cavanagh, advisor, A. MacDonald, vice pres., ]. Slattery, pres., B. Gostautas, sec, J. Gutierrez, int. affairs. Second row: F. Collins, A. Lewandow- ski, F. Gifum, A. Valeu. First Roiu: Rev. Hofler, adviser, R. Redente, vice pres., M. Thornton, pres., G. DiPeri, B. Pease, Rev. Finn, adviser. Second Row: R. Heroux, A. Parsons, F. Toffoloni, J. McShane, F. Lyons, M. Congdon, M. Teti. Third Row: T. Van Vessom, N. MacArthur, D. Shea, P. Haley. .. ' •if Christian Fellowship First row: R. Parsons, Treasurer, B. Stone, Vice-President, R. Hammond, President, C. Boynton, Secretary, B. Murdock. Second row: F. Wynn. A. Wallace, Adviser, D. Harris. First row: Prof. Cleveland, advisor, Glickman, F. Patz, G. Zajac, N. Coraz, L. Feigen, pres. Second row: L. Liss, H. McLean, N. Grolnio, R. Chiota, N. Whitney, C. Waller. Chapel Choir 113 First Row: S. Harris, vice pres., H. Woollard, pres., G. Shields, sec.-treas., R. Knight, jac. adviser. Second Row: G. Curran, R. Shalu, R. Ford, F. Wynn, R.Bergman, M. Tyler. Young Republicans I R C First row: C. Larson, vice pres., D. Souza, pres., C. Demakes, sec.-treas. Second row: M. O ' Keefe, E. Smith, K. George, R. Matthews, S. Stetson. 114 • ■ , POLITICS 115 First row: D. Warnock, R. Rudman, V ice-President j R. Knowles, President, Prof. H. Baird, Adviser, Charles Gall, Secretary- Treasurer. Second row: R. Marckini, M. L. Szekula, D. A. Silsby, M. B. Silevitch, A. Tasker, P. Hrul. Radio Club Table Tennis Club 116 Biology Club First row: B. Carlson, R. McHugh, R. Fox, pres., K. Zuerblis sec. Dr. Riser, advisor, S. Ryan. Second row: G. DiBenedetto G. Majikas, A. Whitney, S. Blomen, L. Gasper, D. Caruso Third row: R. Carlson, J. DeVallet, K. Grew, T. Morani. First row: M. O ' Sullivan, Vice President, S. Katz, President, Dr. Riser, Adviser, Ronald Adams, Treasurer. Second row: K. Stuart, J. Raposa, M. Reardon, C. Williams, F. Roisen. History Club First row: P. Berg, E. Frost, S. Stein, pres., J. Price, vice pres. Second row: J. Lukaszewicz, D. Fenner, Prof. W. Bishop, advisor. First row: Prof. Bishop, Adviser, . . McLaughlin, N. Higgins, Secretary, D. Higgins, President, E. Howell, L. Tilford, Vice- President, G. Klein, Plan Chairman. Second row: S. Crane, B. Hooper, J. Leighton, R. Jordan, R. Cunha, C. Semchuk, D. Fenner. R. Madden, J. Haltigan, R. Bloom, P. Hanna, A.Tucker. v.: 7f i i»» ' ■%— -vx IMMJ HI K t H W First Row: J. Wright, S. Baker, treas. Sociology Club C. Boynton. Second R 1 First row: D. Poole, D. Denniston, vice pres., A. Donovan, treas. Second row: T. Ferdinand, advisor, S. Betterman, pres., L. Fulwider, sec, K. Costello. 119 120 JOOlSUi " The squad exhibits a great deal of cohesion, the players work well together and possess the necessary drive and spirit to produce a winning season. " These were the words of Coach Joe Zabilski, spoken of his football team before the opening of the 1961 season. Certainly, this was an aggrega- tion of outstanding athletes: Captain Phil McCabe, a rugged tackle who could play any positiort in the line if the need arose; Ed Brady, the fastest man on the team, a shifty runner and a good pass receiver; Phil Johnston, an end who could catch virtually any ball he could touch; Jack Pignato, " Little All- American " honorable mention in his junior year at tackle; Lou Carmisciano, 160 pound guard Avho loved knocking 200 pounders down. Certainly these were outstanding football players, but more than this, they were part of a team whose greatest asset was its ability to work as such. The pre-season victories in the scrimmages with Bowdoin and Tufts indicated that good things were in store for Husky rooters this season, and the victory over Tufts was especially sweet for the entire team. •Because the fourth year at Northeastern is the last year of eligible competition in intercollegiate sports, the 1963 Cauldron will present the seasons of the athletic year 1961-1962, the last year of sports participation for the class of 1963. 123 J Ui: -tiSiiL L i H M L - ' Hi B -It m s 9p It is traditional among members of the football team to feel that the game with Rhode Island is the best in- dicator of the coming season; conse- quently, the entire squad was eager to defeat Rhody and get rolling on a vic- torious season. Members of the stu- dent body had set the stage for this game, for they had kidnapped Rhody ' s mascot ram — the second year in a row. Student spirit was high, and the team did not disappoint them, but handed Rhody a 26-13 defeat. The key play was a 48 yard scoring pass from junior quarterback Jerry Varnum to half- back Ed Brady which put the Huskies ahead to stay. In the second game of the year, the team lived up to advance predic- tions and walloped Norwich, 24-2. Probably the most memorable part of this game was the trip to Vermont, during which the bus carrying the 124 team broke down and had to be pushed over a pair of hills. While waiting for a new bus, the members of the team held an informal practice in a New Hampshire cow pasture. On the following Friday night, the Husk- ies went down to a disappointing 12-0 defeat at the hands of Bridgeport. This was a tough game to lose since it was anybody ' s ball game all the way. For the fourth game of the sea- son, the squad journeyed to Spring- field and defeated AIC, 33-15. The Aces jumped to a 13-0 lead, but the Huskies made their own breaks, and were able to capitalize on them to gain the victory. Next came a game Spring- field team which nearly came from be- hind in the second half, but were edged out, 27-21. Much of the credit for this victory belongs to the defen- sive team which forced six fumbles. Rugged UMass followed, and NU was out to revenge a 7-0 defeat of the pre- vious year which saw the game end with the ball on the one yard line. Ip V M i 1 ' • mt Sr J - 1 vy Mmm |ps»«- V UMass, however, was just too power- ful, and the Huskies were defeated, 26-7. One of the brightest spots of the season occurred at half-time when Phil Johnston remained on the field to ask donations for the Korean island of Cheju Do, a drive which he initiated. The seventh game matched the favored Huskies with U of Vermont, who paired a stubborn defense with a surprise single-wing offense to upset, 6-0, an NU team which just couldn ' t get moving. The final contest of the year saw the squad travel to New Haven to be defeated by a very strong So. Connecticut State team, 23-0. This was a team with high hopes at the start of the year, whose hopes were dimmed in the final weeks of the season. It was a team which worked and played hard, which never gloated when it won and never made excuses when they lost. It was a team whose 160 pound guard, Lou Carmisciano, was voted MVP, Most Improved Player, and was presented the Press Box and New England Senior Achievement Awards. It was a team which always gave it all they had. Daniel J. Campbell NU Opponent 26 U. of R.I. 13 24 Norwich 2 U. of Bridgeport 12 33 A.I.C. 15 27 Springfield 21 7 U. Mass. 26 U. of Vermont 6 So. Conn. State 23 Seniors Babb, Charles E. Brady, Edward T. Campbell, Daniel J. Carmisciano, Louis S. Eastman, Joseph F. Gaudet, Ronald A. Johnston, J. Philip McCabe, Philip R. Pignato, John C. McDonnell, Leo J. Sears, Daniel G. Bentley, Thomas F. Pay ton, Joseph L. Tegan, Charles G. 128 ' ' ti ,0»i ' •% SA HCieAii The 196M962 basketball season is one which will be long remembered at NU, for this was the season that marked the first time that a Northeastern team had been invited to a sports tournament. Accepting the invitation, but forgetting to act as polite guests, the Huskies returned from Rochester as NCAA Northeast Regional champs. Looking at the roster, it would seem as though this should have been a " rebuilding " year— with Captain Ward Sears being the only senior on the team. Coach Dick Dukeshire, though, had no notions of sitting on his hands and waiting for a good year to come to him. This was the spirit of the entire team as they opened the season on Wednes- day, December 6, with a victory over a veteran MIT team. Placing the em- phasis on defensive play, NU scored two more solid victories on a trip to Vermont— beating Middlebury, 94-64, and St. Michael ' s, 63-52, with Ward Sears becoming the leading rebounder in the area. The first loss of the season came for the Huskies in their next game, with Rhode Island, as the Rams beat NU at its own game, allowing only 23 points to be scored against them in the second half, while winning, 82-62. Two other frustrating defeats followed as Harvard and UMass toppled the Husk- 130 131 ies despite consistently fine performances from John Malvey, Paul Solberg and Ward Sears. Eager to get back in the win column, NU posted an overtime vic- tory over Bridgeport, followed in rapid succession by wins over C.C.N.Y., Tufts, Clark, Springfield, and W.P.I. , to bring their season ' s record to 9-3. Even now, there was a small item in the NU NewSj men- tioning the possibility of a tourney berth at the end of the season. 132 Ward Sears — Captain, 1961-62 Champions ' i • .A These hopes began to fade, however, as the result of losses to Brown and Boston College; then, after defeating Norwich, a loss to Colby — a game lost by one point, 55-54. The Huskies proved equal to the challenge and went on to defeat B.U., Bates, University of Hartford, and New Hampshire. Follow- ing a heartbreaking, one-point defeat to Coast Guard, 52-51, NU came back to capture the last game of the regular season from AIC. This season saw the squad set NU records for most victories and most points scored, plus go to the tourney. 134 NU Opponent 61 M.I.T. 41 94 Middlebury 64 63 St. Michael ' s 52 62 U. of R.l. 82 60 Harvard 65 61 U. Mass. 72 79 U. of Bridgeport 76 62 City College of N.Y. 56 56 Tufts 44 66 Clark 63 68 Springfield 62 67 W.P.I. 54 44 Brown 62 63 Boston College 71 76 Norwich 65 54 Colby 55 86 Boston University 68 72 Bates 43 87 U. of Hartford 49 82 U. of N.H. 52 51 U.S. Coast Guard Acad. 52 72 A.I.C. TOURNAMENT 60 88 St. Anselm ' s 78 80 Fairfield 69 57 Southern Illinoi s 73 Senior Captain Ward Sears On March 2, 1962, it was announced that the NU basketball team had been invited to participate in the NCAA College Division Tournament in Rochester, New York, March 9 and 10. The Huskies were seeded fourth out of four, and it was thought by many that this tourney would merely serve to season the young club for next year ' s — thought by many — but not the team. : i95 t % w Paired against top-seeded St. Anselm ' s in the opener, the Huskies fell victim to the vaunted fast break of the Hawks to trail at the end of the first half, 34-25. The third quarter sa v the game take a complete re- verse and NU led at the three-quarter mark, 58-57, and pulled a vay in the last quarter to win the fii st tournament game in Northeastern ' s history, 88-78. Again handed the imderdog role, the determined Husky team followed the lead of Captain Ward Sears, who had the finest night of his career — scoring 25 points and nabbing 15 rebounds, to hand Fairfield U. its first small college defeat of the year, 80-69. In winning the tournament, NU placed two men, Paul Solberg and Ward Sears, on the all-tournament first team, and one man, Fran Ryan on the second team. In addition to this, Solberg was named the Most Val- uable Player in the tournament. The following week in Evansville, Indiana, facing top-rated Southern Illi- nois in the National Championship Toiirnament, the Huskies just couldn ' t get up their usual head of steam in the second half, and were eliminated by the Salu- kis. More than the statistical success of the season; this team succeeded in awakening a new spirit in the student body. 136 S ■ ' ' ' ■?Wt uocHcy 138 Faced with the near impossible task of finding replacements for his All- American, Art Chisholm and his high-scoring linemates, Gerry Cronin and Larry Weissbach, coach Jimmy Bell and his charges nonetheless promised an exciting season. The schedule was a grueling one, which paired the Huskies with some of the major hockey powers in the East. The team opened the season right, defeating Brown, 4-3, in a game which christened Brown ' s new rink. This xvas followed by a losing streak of four games which saw the Huskies lose txvo straight by a goal each, and then be overpowered by Boston College and in the Christmas Tourney, Michigan State. In the consolation game of the tourney, NU posted a satisfying 9-6 victory over Boston Univer- sity. A loss to Harvard preceded what were probably the best three nights of the year, as the Huskies notched victories over Brown, AIC, and Colgate to bring their record at that point to 5-5. This was followed by a disappointing month and one-half in which NU lost 12 straight games. Captain Phil John- ston led the squad through some fine hockey which is hidden by this record, as four games were decided by a margin of two goals or less. Included in this 139 was a 5-4 defeat at the hands of Boston University in the Beanpot Tourna- ment opener. This defeat was avenged when the Huskies, led by sophomore Leo Dupere ' s hat trick, dropped B.U., 5-3, in the second-last game of the season. In the finale, virtually everybody got into the act, while downing Nor vich by a score of 12-3. Throughout this disappointing season, the team kept the promise of always providing exciting hockey, and were never de- feated by a lack of hustle. The long schedule, many and long trips, and strange practice hours make hockey one of the roughest sports at NU to parti- cipate in; anyone who does play deserves much respect. v ' ispiiSi sfflii »•« • ' NU 4 Opponent Brown U. of N.H. 6 Princeton 2 4 Boston College Michigan State 9 Boston University 1 Harvard 6 Brown 11 A.I.C. 5 2 Colgate Bowdoin 2 Colby Yale 5 I Middlebury Boston College 4 Boston University Colby Boston College 3 Dartmouth 2 West Point R.P.I. 4 Providence 5 Boston University 12 Norwich .Seniors Delaney, William F. Gaudet, Ronald A. Johnston, J. Philip Lynch, David M. Dutczak, Edward K tiCH mh C( OC£ Track at Northeastern is a year-round sport; ranging from cross-country in the fall to indoor track in the winter and outdoor track in the spring, and its participants number among the most dedicated athletes at the University. The 1961 cross-country team, led by captain Dave Kneeland, Chico Parillo, and sophomore Kevin Uniake, posted a respectable 2-1 record in dual meets, with Uniake being named the Most Improved Player by the News. The indoor track season was opened at Tufts and coach Gerry Tatton predicted a successful season. The Huskies were strong in virtually every event. Bill Lytle controlled high and low hurdles, in addition to the broad jump. Chico Parillo placed first in the two mile and first in the one mile; the weight men, led by Joe Donahue, took 14 out of a possible 18 points; and the relay team finished up the day with a victory. This is the way it was in almost every dual meet of the season, with the only sour note being a 57-56 defeat by UMass. In the G.B.C. meet NU finished fourth in a field of seven. 142 comr if 143 The outdoor season opened at MIT on April 7 with a resounding vic- tory as NU controlled nearly every event. This was the only bright spot in an otherwise disappointing season, as the Huskies were defeated in the re- maining meets and finished second in a meet with UMass and Tufts. Out- standing in their track careers at NU were Bill Lytle, who consistently scored in the high and low hurdles and the broad jump; Chico Parillo, who did likewise in the mile and two mile; and Joe Donahue, in the weights. It is very seldom that a track man gets the recognition which he deserves, and this is true of these men and all the other members of NU ' s track team. NU Opponent CROSS-COUNTRY 27 U. of N.H. 28 61 UMass 29— Maine 37 29 U. of R.I. 26 23 W.P.I. 33 109 Brown 27 — B.C. 66 Prov. 65— H.C. 70 54 MIT 33— Bates 79— Tufts INDOOR TRACK 60 64 Tufts 49 75 MIT 38 62 Bates 46 89 U. of N.H. 24 35 Harv. 58 Tufts 201 2 B.C. 39 MIT 31 2 B.U. 36 Brandeis 3 68 U. of Conn. 45 56 UMass 57 69 U. of Maine OUTDOOR TRACK 44 881 2 MIT 461 2 542 3 U. of Conn. 8O1 3 52 U. of R.I. 82 48 Bates 87 30 Springfield 105 662 3 Tufts 681 3 40 UMass 89— Tufts 40 Seniors Bolton , Joseph A. Brady, Edward T. Donhue, Joseph F. Lytle, Wi lliam F. Parillo , Francis A. Kneela nd, David J. SACCSAii Coach " Tinker " Connelly ' s baseball squad, eager to get started after " spring training " in the NU cage, faced the 1962 season with an outlook of cautious optimism. Dependent on help from sophomores and juniors, there was a solid nucleus of veterans. Returning lettermen included: captain and pitcher Bob Mullin; Tony LaRosa, Eddie Brady, Jimmy Woodlock, John Pierce, and Jerry Varnum in the infield; Frank Schettino and Sid Nathan in the outfield. Sophomore help was expected on the mound from Dick Mc- Pherson. Things never quite jelled, however, even though the season ' s record was a respectable 10-10. At Kent Street for the season ' s opener against Rhode Island, the Huskies broke a 2-2 deadlock in the ninth inning to pull out a squeaker, 3-2. Follow- ing easy victories over MIT and Bates, NU dropped their first decision of the year to Tufts, and then lost to UConn by one run, in the first of a five-game homestand. In the next two games, against Bowdoin and Colby, 49 runs crossed the plate. After the homestand, which included wins over Bowdoin and B.U., the squad travelled to Southern Connecticut State to be edged out, 11-10. Victories over Tufts and B.U. put the Huskies back on the winning 146 Ei S as 147 path after a loss to Boston College, but they could never string together a longer winning streak than their opening three games. Of the next seven games, NU took three and it is to be noted that nine of the ten Husky vic- tories were played at Kent Street, their only road win coming against Clark late in the season. Individual honors belong to captain Bob Mullin, who put together good pitching and steady hitting; Tony LaRosa, 1960 and 1962 G.B.L. All-Star; Eddie Brady (who won letters in three sports), who started the season in a slump, but came on strong in the latter part of the year. Sophs Dick McPherson and Bud Heavey also played very good ball, and should be the nucleus of good teams in their last two years. Daniel J. Campbell NU Opponent 3 U. of R.I. 2 8 MIT 2 6 Bates 3 Tufts 6 4 U. of Conn. 5 16 Bowdoin 11 6 Colby 16 Boston College 7 10 Boston University 3 10 So. Conn. State H 1 Boston College 4 9 Tufts 6 12 Boston University 9 4 Povidence 10 9 Holy Cross 10 10 A.I.C. 4 8 Clark 2 6 Springfield 7 4 Harvard 7 9 W.P.I. 6 SENIORS Brady, Edward T. LaRosa, Anthony P. Mullin, Robert F.. Woodlock, James W. TlffPIf 1 1 (i} mfr. k tUSAg imt i Ski Team 150 jRAic nn9C£ 151 MOUT READIl FIRST ROW: D. Fishbach. D. Wolfe (vice-pres.). Dean Robinson (advisor), J. Travers (pres.), M. Wins- per (treas.), N. Maurice (sec). SECOND ROW: R. Stone, S. Bloom, D. Fisher, B. Potter, D. Woodbury, L. Drummond. THIRD ROW: J. Moran, T. Cummings, K. Spencer, W. Gefteas, T. Godart. AP , . g QS . l NEZ r4 K BTE g ii INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Northeastern ' s Interfraternity Council is the official governing body of the University ' s eleven Greek-letter fraternities. Socially the I.F.C. sponsors the Beta Ball, and the all-Greek dance at Northeastern, and the annual picnic. Sports for every season are organized and promoted by the I.F.C. to foster interfraternity competition. All problems concerning fraternity pro- bation, rushing, and national affiliation are handled by this governing body. Representatives from each fraternity expound their views and reach de- cisions by which all abide. AKE 152 2$A TE(|) $BA TU 2K FIRST ROW: R. Wallace BGE, L. Hathaway ZGT, A. Henry Af£Z Sec, J. Whyte SP , W. Murphy NEZ. SECOND ROW: C. Almy PAR, J. Osborn A:S, B. Langblan PBA. P. Hoffstein TEP. 153 First Rozo: H. Minsky, S. Ttieglitz, H. Leafe, E. Tenofsky, S. Rubin, S. Tocman, D. Jacobson, R. Joseph. Second Row. A. Berger, L. Goldberg, M. Scholman, A. Parven, Professor L. Cooperstein, Adviser, S. Ross, G. Koss, M. Citrin, S. Goren. Third Row: R. Tomashow. H. Lewis, R. Cohen, L. Fox, M. Rosenbloom, S. Glorit, R. Nataupsky, L. Adelson, D. Fischbach, S. Foreman. C. Wellhoff, S. Ludmerer, M. Udoff, G. Gerson, D. Lipsitz. The fateful year, 1962 . . . June 3, to be exact . . . the year when Sigma Kappa Psi became a chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . the youngest national frat on campus . . . But then again, we will never forget 1963 either . . . The thirteenth annual Richard M. Horwitz Scholarship dance . . . He didn ' t win, but our Charles DeGhoul put on a great show in the Mayoralty con- test . . . The annual formal . . . Beach parties . . . Every- thing wasn ' t social ... we performed services as well . . . The Christmas party for Chinese orphan children of the Maryknoll Center in Chinatown . . . The annual essay contest . . . All of which make up years of memories to be cherished always. ALPHA EPSILON PSI 154 Our Mayor Are you really Santa We gave life to the campaign " Some one of these days . . . " Wooff. 155 AK2 ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA This was our green-letter year . . . Yogi Bear made his appearance on that rainy, rainy day . . . Memories of the spectacular New Year ' s Eve party . . . And the Quint-Frat Ball will never be forgotten . . . Grass skirts vere the uniform of the day at the Hawaiian Luau . . . Even more paddles were added to our now-famous paddle-covered wall . . . Who could ever forget the happy faces of the neighborhood children at our annual Christmas party . . . And who would have guessed that some of the long-time mem- bers finally became alumni . . . We tasted victory more than once by fielding strong teams in IFC sports arena . . . Although we have left the house of Alpha Kappa Sigma, we shall never be forgotten in the hearts of our brothers. FIRST ROW: R. Faber, W. Robinson, W. Tatro, O. Gibson, W. McGourty. SECOND ROW: L. D ' Ambrosi, I. Emmanuel, (grand scribe) , E. Sundquist (grand questor) , Prof. D. Scioletti (advisor) , T. Connolly (grand councillor) , S. Andolina (grand marshal), P. Therrien. THIRD ROW: R. Douglas, K. Dawson, S. Foster, D. Clark, H. Bullard, B. Hamill, R. Shreders. J. Smith, J. Denholm, J. McLoughlin. It ' s time to lay the law down Our home . . " Tom, please talk to us . " I like this party . . . " Better than the average . 157 }i V FIRST ROW: A. Lockwood, K. Wuttke, J. Birenbaum, K. Spencer. SECOND ROW: E. Gammon, B. Davidson (sec), L. Pinder (vice, pres.) , R. Blaha (pres.) , R. Stickles (Treas.) , J. Townsend. THIRD ROW: W. Thoensen, B. Niemann, C. Newton, J. Ebacher, N. Yeo, R. O ' Loughlin, W. Dunlea, W. Dunlea, W. Taylor, G. Bubb, W. Emerson. The times we knew . . . and still hold close . . . the engineering of " Snuffy Smith " into the most orig- inal float at the Homecoming football game ... A sporting group were we . . . the IFC tennis, complete domination . . . competed for first place in bowling and basketball . . . Abner Wheeler House, site of the annual Alumni Dinner Dance ... a great turnout made the affair the highlight of our social season . . . The Quint-Frat Formal at the Blue Hills Country Club was the success it always is . . . parties galore . . . fishing trips (in the only part of the Atlantic where fish don ' t exist) . . . Construction workers at the new 52-story building in our backyard were soon well aware we were engineers . . . It ' s a long way from Hell week now, those times we knew. BTE BETA GAMMA EPSILON 158 Danced all night , A float in the rain . . The home of BGE . . . A toast to time, the time of our lives, from the seniors . ' GAMMA PHI KAPPA ' 63, what a year . . . good for laughs, great for fun . . . Remember that crazy Popeye float? . . y It rained so hard that the streets were red for weeks . . . The Hallo veen Party, and the giant pumpkin " sale " the next day . . . and the Christmas party after which the neighbors said we were not so bad after all . . . We never did find out who locked Reilley in the pantry with Pat . . . Wasn ' t all play though . . . Remember how we sanded those floors . . . and painted for the umpteenth time . . . Then we seeded the lawn so that we would have green tire ruts . . . Remember that Dec. 30th winnie roast . . . boy what a charcoal sale . . . Yes, we miss the ole ' home . . . It ' ll never be that good again. FIRST ROW: D. Brown, Prof. A. Borman, N. Maurice, (Pres.) . SECOND ROW: E. Fogg, I. Emmery, J. MacArthur, D. Duer- wald, G. Kassen, B. Rioux (sec), L. Black, Y. Agorey. Missing: R. Crane, (treas.) , J. Austad, B. Pettit, P. Findlay. 160 Ready — Aim — Fire Our home away from home , A night to remember . Left turn ahead . 161 FIRST ROW: G. Flynn, T. Bunocotti, J. Gulotta, M. Circocia, G. Drury. SECOND ROW: R. Hauptman, S. Austin, J. Perkins. THIRD ROW: R. Jackson, R. Wilder, L. Buote, B. Berman, K. Lester, P. Burbine, H. Dattale, S. Lunn, L. Owen, T. Cum- mings, J. Healey, H. Whitney, R. Davey, R. Cutting, E. Wenners. Nu Epsilon Zeta is one of the original Greek let- ter fraternities on the Northeastern University cam- pus . . . Many memories remain in the brothers ' minds such as . . . Initiation of eighteen new members . . . The night of the Greek Sing for which we won first prize . . . Another first came our way with the first place award for our entry, Peter Pan during Homecoming Weekend . . . Parents ' weekend and the showing of West Side Story . . . Our I.F.C. participa- tion in sports which found us bowling champs as well as Softball champs . . . Who can forget Hell Week? . . . Though the years have passed quickly we shall always treasure the memories of our brotherhood . . . Nu Epsilon Zeta. NEZ NU EPSILON ZETA 162 Just relax Watch the finger . 163 OAP PHI ALPHA RHO Memories of an active year: Tom E. Hawk al- most made it . . . Judge Soy Bean did make it . . . The tent and suds . . . Warren and the five legged horse . . . " We love the Huns " . . . Happy and the other pet across the hall . . . Cape Cod and the weekends . . . Endicott and our good deed to help them . . . Warren, chained to the pole outside the girl ' s dorm . . . Christ- mas tree trim, a check for |40 million and Dr. White in a sleigh . . . grunions . . . The Alumni Corporation ... 19 graduating seniors . . . Where is the banner? . . . Homecoming with Snoopy . . . Parties, parties, parties . . . All these things were done in the same old we ' ll plan-it-later Phi Alpha Rho Tradition . . . " We pledge our loyalty " . . . f ,Ci FIRST ROW: G. Mason, K. Weidman, D. O ' Donnell, T. Selutta, G. Celcis (corr. sec), B. Zollo (vice pres.) , B. Wash- burn (pres.) , B. LaPointe (treas.) , B. Hatch (rec. sec.) , D. Rhodes, P. Beniis, D. Sands, Warren Peluso, L. Mannisof. SECOND ROW: M. Lascola, B. Almy, T. Hashem, D. Peterson, J. Donoghue, J. Caruso, H. Titus, D. Kneeland, D. Brainard, R. Kenny, K. Campbell, B. McCauley, R. Jenks, A. Poole, J. Codispoti, J. Collins, K. Boyce, P. Calif, J. DeMille, E. Beard- sworth, B. Shane, B. Smith, R. Smith, D. Smith. 164 Our own Homecoming queen On the beach A float was built — rain or no rain. And if elected . All was quiet before the attack . , 165 m BETA ALPHA ■mMMOTiiinMpmi FIRST ROW : J. O ' Comiell, S. Green. C. Babb (sec.) , VV. Nelson (treas.) . D. Johnston (pics.) . E. VVhitehurst (vice-pres.) , Proff. Fullington (advisor) . C. Merritt, J. Ring. SECOND RO W: W. Colyer, A. Hall, D. Dugan, G. Hall, E. Hupprich, S. Fertel, A. Krastin, B. Langlan. THIRD ROW: C. Polizzotti, R. Stone, R. Saicolo, J. Palermo, M. Peters, J. Jodice, G. Fitz- henery, P. Nowers, D. Hanson, A. Martone, P. Reddy. FOURTH ROW: B. Gerson, C. Mitchell, J. Lane, R. Crotti, J. Clark, J. Callahan, J. Seiden, D. Jervah. The brothers of P.B.A. have memories that are many and varied . . . The weekends at Cape Cod and New Hampshire . . . Homecoming and the float that almost made the game . . . Alumni Scholarship re- ceived by Ed Whitehurst . . . Our two fraternity houses located at 72 and 238 .. . The annual bowling parties with the pizza and the awards . . . Remember that Senior Banquet with the telephone company . . . Just one drink at that place called Louie ' s ... or just one night at the Red Garter . . . Another forfeit . . . Those happy faces at the Children ' s Christmas Party . . . Devotion unlimited, our advisor and brother Pro- fessor Fullington . . . The plaque almost made the Commons . . . " Brothers hail the ties that bind us " . . . PHI BETA ALPHA 166 And we had lovers, too . . 167 (t rn PHI GAMMA PI The year of 1963 was eventful and memorable for the brotherhood of Phi Gamma Pi . . . The many hours devoted to the improvement of our house . . . Our Quint-Frat week end with its many enjoyable moments . . . Beach parties and those trips to Cape Cod . . . Football season and those many after game parties . . . Most outstanding in our memory is home- coming . . . Our annual car smash was successful de- spite the fact that it was a little damp . . . The Christ- mas Wassail and the New Year ' s parties rounded out our social season . . . Hell Week and all that it meant ... In the future we remain as one brotherhood, bound by our fraternal vows. FIRST ROW: B. Potter, D. Wolfe. SECOND ROW: R. Leblond (sec), M. Winsper (pres.) , Prof. R. Hehke, R. Gordon (vice-pres.) . THIRD ROW: R. Moye (treas.) , J. Harrington, R. Lamb, D. Hinds, R. Hellige, D. LeBlanc, R. Canada, J. Moran. 168 How ' s your co-op job Our house . Come and get it , Back by popular demand 169 2$A SIGMA PHI ALPHA An active year was enjoyed by all the brothers of Sigma Phi Alpha . . . Included in our busy sports schedule vas bo vling, tennis, basketball, Softball, golf . . . Three years unbeaten record in bowling . . . The Flintstones made their appearance at the Homecom- ing game . . . The seniors will surely be missed . . . More brothers got married . . . Sigma Phi Alpha proved itself to be skaters, drinkers, and football players in the annual Hangover Bowl classic . . . Our volunteer service to the Home for Little Wanderers and the Boston State Hospital . . . Though the years may pass, the memories of Sigma Phi Alpha shall al- ways remain. SITTING IN FRONT: V. Zicardi, C. Namur, P. Sonier, F. Chafee, D. Skindarian, M. Petrilli, D. Sebald, B. Guarino, W. Novak, J. Ciccarelli, B. Horg, A. Zamperelli, T. McDonald. SITTING (ON COUCH): M. Rosenberg, F. Mandy, D. Wood- bory, V. Cortina, C. Sullivan (president) , Prof. S. Ceriillo (Advisor) , H. Connors, M. Cohn. STANDING: J. Shannahan, B. Quagleri, K. Mellor, V. Anton, G. Thorngll, D. Gordon, K, Holmes, C. Tegan, L. Drummond, B. Van Fleet, S. Straube. 170 Say cheese . Coke Time . = 5 ' «; K Home Sweet Home . Charlie , 171 u w 4 SITTING: Row One: T. Casey, L. Czygenery, D. Wolf (chancellor) , A. Sapoznick (vice-chancellor) , S. Davis, H. Paul. Row Two: S. Asnes, P. Hoffstein, L. Gopen, T. Godart, R. Babineau, H. Nelson. Row Three: D. Pearlman, B. Ogden, B. Rosenthal, E. Gam (hist.) , G. Bernstein (bursar) , E. Cohen (scribe) , D. Aizleg (warden) , P. Soltz. STANDING: S. Natenson, H. Ber- son. R. Pounick, N. Weinstein, T. Shuman, S. Bloom, L. Albert, J. Gardiner, J. Small, A. Cohen, D. Serta, D. Shapiro (chaplain), P. Cowan, M. Weiner, M. Bearon, S. Conn, D. Phares, D. Headd. TE-l) TAU EPSILON PHI It all began on November 4, 1924 . . . Kappa Zeta Phi . . . Became the first national on campus . . . The new home at 402 Marlborough Street . . . The Marvin Guttin and Merrill Lovinger Awards . . . " Ozark Ike " finished second in the Mayorality Con- test . . . The memories of the bi-weekly house parties . . . Largest pledge class in our history . . . Our annual Children ' s Christmas Party . . . I.F.C. sports . . . Dean Ryder and the official opening of our house . . . Pa- rent ' s Day . . . Softball playoffs . . . The " Zeta Award " ... In the futur e as in the past, we will maintain our spirit of eternal brotherhood and friendship. 172 The long awaited day . The floats floated by The Booze Mobile . . . Our plaque of honor , Our Seniors . 173 zrT ZETA GAMMA TAU The rewarding year of 1963 marked Zeta Gamma Tau ' s second year as an organized fraternity . . . Our spirited campaign in the Mayoralty contest gave Saki a new title . . . The float was completed in spite of the rain . . . Our Christmas tree stood tall in the quad- rangle . . . Parties, parties and a little time out for studying . . . The semi-finals in I.F.C. tennis ... In bowling and softball we produced strong teams . . . Twelve graduating seniors . . . How c.an we ever forget those wild pledge weekends ... or Ed Flavin and his organized social activities . . . Always united by the bonds of brotherhood as we go our separate ways. I f I ' If ' ft m -. •aX " ' • ' A iini k FIRST ROW: J. Stratton, P. Chandler, D. Sawyer, B. Chase, G. Lynch, K. Freedman, B. Eldredge, S. Kane, B. Gallager. SECOND ROW: E. Flavin, J. Beccia, W. Lewis, T. Hanley (treas.) , R. White, A. Rosenstein, A. Mangone (hist.), D. 174 Geaney (rec. sec.) . THIRD ROW: J. Madden, D. MacDonald, A. Elliot, P. Laughlin, M. Zerofsky, M. Lipetz (vice pres.) , D. Fisher (pres.). FOURTH ROW: W. Elmer, J. Lynch, L. Hathaway (corres. sec.) . " What can I say . . . ? " The new mayor . . . Our " Posro " . . . 175 ,-,j53 FIRST ROW: M. Reardon (sec), S. Nenart, E. Sax, P. O ' Brien. SECOND ROW: Dean D. Dissell (ad- visor), A. Wissenbach (pres.), L. Levy, K. Dunlap. INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL On May Day, 1962 representatives from North- eastern ' s then three sororities met and thus was formed Northeastern ' s first I.S.C. In June the Coun- cil was joined by N.U. ' s fourth sorority. Our first event, the Sister ' s Social, was a tea held in September for all of Northeastern ' s Sisters, who had the opportunity to meet each other and discuss mu- tual interests. Previous to rushing and pledging, the I.S.C. promoted sororities throughout the University by means of an information booth and pamphlets. In the spring the I.S.C. sponsored a Hellenic Hop for sisters and dates. These then are the functions and duties of Northeastern University ' s Inter-Sorority Council. 176 Notice— Boys Wanted . Our advisor, Dean Dissell . . . Preparing the constitution 177 1 1 f o ft(S( f FIRST ROJV: B. Wyman (Hist.), D. Maloff (corres. sec), A. Holmes (ixc. sec), L. O ' Connor (pres.), Miss Mary Dean (faculty adv.), Miss Nancy Gavin (alum, adv.), G. Silverstein (vice-pres.), A. Evans (treas.), Linda Saslom (pledge mother). SECOND ROW: S. DeVellis, M. Pierce, M. Camelio, G. Starr, G. Osterhout, G. Spence, M. Maltz, A. Wissenbach, E. Burns, S. Nenart, G. Upham, G. Burns, E. McGrath. xnE CHI PI EPSILON Time of our lives . . . First birthday party with DPA . . . Weekend in New Hampshire hills . . . that midnight swim . . . Five sisters initiated in the chapel . . . Rush Tea . . . Three Gails and " tag-along " at Fal- mouth . . . Spaghetti suppers . . . Beautiful, but soggy Cindarella float . . . " Best " Christmas tree at Christ- mas tree time (too bad it fell over) . . . Another retreat for the weekend . . . initiation of ten new sisters . . . Our new banner — finally . . . Well-fitting sweatshirts . . . Our new adviser, Miss Mary Dean . . . Days may come, Days may go. But the sisters of Chi Pi Will always know " We are sisters always faithful . . . . " 178 Scraps of paper prize-winning floats make No comment . Out of the mire, oftimes protrudes a thing of beauty 179 I FIRST ROW: J. Wax, M. Reardon (vice-pres.), M. Trundy (pres.), P. Bagle, B. DiSalvo, D. Griffon. SECOND ROW: P. Spoffard (treas.), K. Belcher, C. Simonetti, J. Holbook, M. Talbot, M. Mascara, C. Cianci (rec. sec), E. Sacks (sergeant at arms). THIRD ROW: Mrs. C. Low (adviser), P. Gannon, M. Zabelski, V. Santossuosso, G. Mallard (historian), J. Tether (corr. sec), P. Gannon (pledge mother), E. White. AHA DELTA PI ALPHA " Dancing In The Dark " , at 1200 Beacon Street . . . " When the tune ends, we ' ll twist around the clock, " right Judy? From there we went to New Hampshire . . . Pickles, eggs, swimming — the day shone bright and sunny for D.P.A. sisters and dates . . . Poor Mr. Mum got all wet . . . Thanks fellas for driving the truck . . . Homecoming Game and the dripping wet sisters . . . This spaghetti is scrumptuous — thanks to those Italian sisters . . . Mrs. Lowe, oui advisor, played the piano — some sisters were off key . . . Mimi is right in tune with her 3.927 . . . Rosemary was fantastique in Picnic ... A year filled with happiness . . . Pins, and engagements ... A memor- able year. 180 Just a little higher . . . Here we go Loop-De-Loop 181 THETA SIGMA TAU Theta Sigma Tau celebrated its first anniversary on February 1, 1963. Memories of many social activi- ties . . . The night at the Pops . . . Beach party in Gloucester . . . Our barbecue; the International sup- per. Memories of school activities — Freshman Night . . . Chapel services . . . Building our first float, Top Cat. Memories of our first pledge class; the Rush tea and the missing silver service; the fun with the pledges ... a plague, a jacket, and a paddle . . . The installation and eleven new sisters . . . With high hopes for the future, the sisters remain loyal . . . Theta Sigma Tau. FRONT ROW: Mrs. V. Rosenberg (advisor); P. Danis (treas.); J. Ala (rec. sec); J. Price (pres.); G. Paul; M. Martin; B. Shapiro; G. Kullas; B. Wolf (historian); V. Wiljcinson (corr.sec). BACK ROW: N. Gledden; S. Epple; J. Cotte; A. Ber- man; L. Stewart; D. Grady; B. Sielinski; M. Wasserman; C. Winiker; P. Hollett; H. Canter; S. Polit. 182 More cake, please our float, Top Cat . . . Twist again . 183 m KAPPA THETA XI The rewards we found in our first year; Measurement will never come near. The laughter of all was the laughter of one; The compassion of charity, still another rung. As Kappa Theta Xi sisters we gloriously stand; A fun-loving, industrious, studious clan. With red banner flying; Our voices crying. Northeastern, we thank you For your trust and guidance. Crystalized by our unity, Kappa Theta Xi. FIRST ROW: M. Murphy (corr. sec), M. Bernstein (treas.), E. McBride (pres.), K. Murphy (v. pres.), D. Hunter (pledge mother). SECOND ROW: J. Krystock, E. Stokes, N. Kudzin, P. O ' Brien, J. Busby, S. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: R. Walker, K. Dunlap, M. O ' Donnell, B. Prime, S. Tibbitts, D. Winns. 184 The sisters at chapel — ■ " l ' « ' 4 m •?!. ' m. ' ...- p PP Something formal . . . Our first anniversary . . 185 ea Tc 186 Div. A Brig. Gen. Charles Nahabedian Brigade CO. Col. Harold J. Davidson Exec. Officer Maj. David R. Marshall S-1 Lt. Col. Peter Samsury S-3 Lt. Col. Neil G. Bartow S-4 Col. Earl D. Campbell 1st Battalion CO. Col. Robert F. Roche 2nd Battalion CO. Col. Edward B. Wenners 3rd Battalion CO. Col. LaurenceDiBiasco 4th Battalion CO. Col. Mathew Mamos 5th Battalion CO. Lt. Col. Lewis Hannauer Counter-Guerilla CO. Lt. Col. Joseph M. Wells Band CO. Div. B Brig. Gen. John R. Power, Jr. Brigade CO. Col. Robert J. Gallagher Exec. Officer Maj. Richard S. Gates S-I Lt. Col. Kurt F. Waring S-3 Maj. David R. Sawyer S-4 Lt. Col. John Xenakis 1st Battalion CO. Lt. Col. Harry E. Lantery 2nd Battalion CO. Lt. Col. Jason Sokolov 3rd Battalion CO. Lt. Col. George H. Huggins 4th Battalion CO. Lt. Col. Robert P. Martinack Counter-Guerilla CO. Maj. Richard H. Pouliot Band CO. ; « ■ ' ' " ' . .- ' -x.. ORTHEASTERN PERSHING RIFLES Company A- 12 Pershing Rifles, the University ' s honorary military society for basic course ROTC cadets, has entered its second decade at North- eastern. Hundreds of PR alumni gathered this year for the unit ' s 10th Anniversary Ball. The Company A-12 trick drill team appeared at this event, the North- eastern Military Ball, and in drill meets in New England, New York and New Jersey. PR ' s Twelfth Regiment Headquar- ters, now at Northeastern, brings the Pershing Rifles National Convention to Boston this year. cg Northeastern ' s newest and toughest ROTC unit is the Counter-Guerilla Group which was organized in August, 1962. The organization ' s 150 cadets are al- lowed to wear a distinctive black beret with their uniforms, and they train separately during brigade drill. The Group spends 10 weekends a year at Fort Devens where they undergo training patterned after that of the Army ' s Rangers. Their itinerary includes: hand to hand combat, demolition, tactics, in- dividual and crew-served weapons, Ranger patrols and guerilla ambush training. The first year was highlighted by a river-crossing problem, combat maneu- vers against the Army ' s Special Forces, a parachute demonstration, and rap- peling from 40-foot towers. C0VV7C -gt(C(?Mifi q OVP - ' i j " - " ■a. ' ' i«--. M.iif- ' r ROTC Band NROTCBA The National ROTC Band Association is the newest military honor society on the Northeastern campus. The organization, founded in 1960, seeks to foster the highest ideals of the military and to encour- age top musicianship. The Northeastern group was the seventh college unit in the nation to join and it holds a charter membership. Members of the ROTC Field Band are elected to the association after a pledge period. The band is more than 100 strong and repre- sents the University at numerous local parades as well as at Northeastern sports events. For the first weeks of Brigade drill, the unit trains as a company, taking up instruments in the final weeks of drill to become the review band for the nation ' s largest Cadet Brigade. A t t CEHate AFCEA MARS In the last three years, three men have served as Professor of Mili- tary Science. They are (left to right) : Col. John D. Evans, 1960- 61; Col. Arthur E. Cot- ter, 1961-62, and Col. Donald L. Adams, 1962-63. Scabbard and Blade, the University ' s advanced course military honor so- ciety has more than 90 members chosen for military and scholastic ac- complishments. Company H-11 carries on a full pro- gram of military and social activities throughout the year. The unit spon- sors the Military Ball and Queen ' s Pageant and donates the Scabbard and Blade scholarships. Sr ' Ql ViQT ' rl SITirl T l rlp company meetings this year have been S dUUClLKJ. aiiU. XJLCIKXS addressed by members of the Peace Corps, FBI and the Army ' s Special Forces. Scabbard and Blade Seniors: First Row. P. Sielinski, H. Lantery, Jr., J. Cademartori, E. Campbell, Maj. D,. Lynes, Advisor, H. Davidson, Jr., P. Harding, C. Nahabedian, R. Pettit, Joseph Haley; Second Row: J. Sokolov, M. Giammusso, R. Gallagher, J. Anderson, L. DiBiaso, R. Peterson, R. Martinack, M. Citrin; Third Row. W. Fudala, C. Fanuele, L. Cass, R. Roche, J. Wells, G. Lanctot, Jr., P. Samsury, J. Austa d. 1 K Military Ball ; M£.._.. BRIGADE STAFF, DIVISION B: D. Sawyer, E. Lantery, J. Xenakis, R. Gallagher, R. Mantinack, K. Waring, J. Sokolov. BRIGADE STAFF, DIVISION A: First Row: D. Marshal, C. Nahabedian, H. Davidson, P. Samsury. Second Row: E. Camp- bell, E. Wenners, M. Mamos, J. Wells, L. Hannauer. The Last Review Dr. Carl S. Ell, Chancellor Dr. William C. White, Vice-President and Provost Dean Gilbert G. MacDonald, Dean of Students ADMINISTRATION 202 Dean Edward W. Robinson Dean of Men Dean Kenneth G. Ryder Dean of Administration Dr. Dot-othy G. Dissell Dean of Women Dean Christopher F. Kennedy Dean of Freshmen Dr. Ronald E. Scott Dean of Engineering Dean Wilfred Lake Liberal Arts Dean Vander Werf Education Dean Hamilton Business Administration 204 Professor C. E. Kitchin Director of Student Activities Dr. Garland Director of Admissions Professor Roland Moody Director of University Library Professor R. Oberg Director of Alumni Relations 205 206 q AMAlCC 207 208 College of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 209 KENNETH ARMANDO ADAMS SI Leland Street, Fiamingham Business Management " Ken " — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3.4,5 SAM 3,4,5— Coop: Jordan Marsh Co., Femval Electronics, Inc. WILLIAM NORMAN ADELSON 11 Carol Road, Marblehead Marketing " Bill " — AMA 3,4 (vice pres.) 5 Advertising Club 3,4.5 — Co-op: Jordan Marsh Co. DANIEL JAY AIZLEY TE 1715 Commonwealth Ave. Boston Accounting " Danny " — Treasurer of Middler and Junior Classes — Section Rep. 3,4— Tau Epsilon Phi 3.4 (Pledge- master) 5 ROTC Band 1,2— Co- op: Morse Shoe Co. ROBERT THOMAS ALDORISIO 102 Conrad Street, Braintree Industrial Relations " Bobby " — Section Representative 2— Track 12,3— Co-op: The Wil- bur and Williams Co. ADVERTISING SOCIETY First row: J. D ' Amico, C. Moores, Vice-President, P. Gritfin, President, J. Skinner, Secretary, M. Greenbert, Junior Vice-Presi dent, P. Jodice. Second row: G. Walker, J. Hogan, G. Atkins, R. McCauley, B. Pease, P. Haley. Third row: N. Moses, J. Cadematori, L. Manisoff, B. Warren. DAVID CHESTER ANDERSON 157 Haverhill St., North Reading Business Management " Dave " — SAM 2,3,45 — Co-op: Arlington Trust Co. PAUL ARTHUR BARRE 28 Tower Street, Webster Accounting " Bear " — Football 1,2,3 — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 — Accounting Soc. 3,4,5 — Co-op: Worcester County National Bank. ROBERT EUGENE BARRY 34 Hartford St., Newton Highl ' ds Finance and Insurance " Bob " — . merican Finance Assn. 2,3,43 (vice pres.) — Co-op: John Hancock Life Insur. Co., Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith. RAYMOND FRANCIS BEAUREGARD, JR. 203 Mt. Vernon St., Lowell Accounting " Ray " — AFCEA (vice pres.) Ac- counting Soc. 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Charles E. Di Pesa and Co., Haverhill Nat ' l Bank. THOMAS FREDRICK BENTLEY, JR. 30 Cedar St., Lexington Industrial Relations " Tom " — Football 2,3— SAM 3— Co-op: Northeastern University, Sanborn Company. LEONARD BERCHUCK 46 Brucewood, Boston Finance Insurance •Lenny " — ROTC 1,2,3,4 — Fi- nance Club 3,4,5 — Co-op: New England Mutual Insurance, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Prime Gro- cery, Inc. — Married to: Linda Berchuck. RICHARD MICHAEL BERMAN AEn 20 Aberdeen Road, Milton Marketing Advertising " Dick " — Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4,5— I.F.C. 4,5 — Co-op: Cabot Corporation — Married to: Marcia Elaine Was- serman. CHARLES JOSEPH BIANCO 67 Sycamore Avenue, Brockton Business Management " Chas. " — AFCEA 1,2,3,4,5— Rifle Club 1 — Co-op: E. L. LeBaron Foundry Co., Colonial Brass Co. — Married to: Dorothy Behn. VINCENT FRANCIS BLASl 140 Marcella Street, Boston Accounting " Vin " — Dean ' s List 3— Rifle Club 12,3,4,5 — Accounting Society Co-op: NEGEA Service Corp., Nat ' l Pneumatic Corp., Brockton- Taunton Gas Company. Left to Right: Professors McCarthy and Nouri, Department of Manage- ment. ROBERT LOREN BOBAR 77 River Ridge, Wellesley Accounting " Bo " — AFCEA 2,3,4 (secretary). 5 -Rifle Club 1,2-Parachute Club 4,5 — Co-op: Town o£ Wellesley, Johnson, Decker Co., Hotel Vun- dom, Wellesley Trust Co. DAVID ANTHONY BOCCUZZO 18 Speridakis Terrace, Cambridge Accountuig Accounting Society 12,3,4,5 — Parachute Club 4,5— Art Club 5 — Co-op: Nat ' l Shawmut Bank of Boston, Federal Milk Market Ad- ministrator. EDWARD THOMAS BRADY, JR. 71 Craigie Street, Somerville Finance " Ed ' — Football 1,2,3,4— Baseball 1,2,3,4 — Track 1,2,3,4 — Finance Club 3,4 — Co-op: Northeastem University. ALLEN SANBORN BREEN 52 East Beacon St., Plainville Business Management " AV — Co-op: Foxboro Company, Nortronics. i .: 85 1 .j« " ' TIMOTHY THOMAS BICKERIDGE 145 Hemenway St.. Boston Marketing and Adverlising " Tim " — Dean ' s List 2.3.4 — ROTC Band 1— Jazz Society 2.3 (treasurer)— An Club 1— Student Representative 2.3.4.5 — Junior Dinner Dance Publicity Chmn.— . dvertis ' g Club 5 — Coop: Sears. Roebuck and Co.. Kennedy ' s Inc., Harold Cabot Co., Inc. — Mar- ried to: Priscilla Bailey Buck- eridge. JOHN ED V. RD BUCKLEY 15 Melrose St.. Arlington Accounting " Buck " — Dean ' s List 2.3.4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Rifle Club 1 — Accounting Society 4,5 — Student Council 1 — Co-op: Cargo Imperial Freight Lines, Inc.. Ernst Ernst — Married to: Janice Rego. JAMES FRANCIS BURKE. JR 3 Morse Court, Worcester Business Management " Shamus " — Basketball 3,4 — SAM 2,3 — Co-op: Northeastern University, Bemis Bros. Bag Co. JAMES ARTHUR FRANCIS CADEMARTORI. JR. 62 Howard St.. Randolph Marketitig Advertising " Jim " — Distinguished Military Student— Outstandg Sophomore Cadet 2— Scabbard S: Blade 3,4,5 —Rifle Club 1,2,4— SAME 2,3— .A.FCEA 4,5 — American Market ' g Assoc. 3,4,5 — Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Sears Roebuck Co., McDonald Sales Co. ROBERT BUDDS 84-34 250 St.. Bellerose. L.I., N.Y. Marketing Dean ' s List 3 — AMA 4„5 — Adver- tising Society 4,.5 — Basketball 1— Co-op: All Stainless Inc., North- eastern University. SHAUN MICHAEL BUTLER 1111 Pleasant St., Weymouth Marketing and Advertising Co-op: Sears Roebuck Co. AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION First row: R. Weaving, treasurer, W. Melanson, vice-president, C. Si livan, president, E. Willett, adviser, P. McCarthy, secretary, J. A. Ski Tier. Second row: J. Harrington, C. Formichelli, C. Hyde, F. J. Muccir D. Ryan, R. Coleman, E. Brady. ROBERT LOUIS CAGGIANO 24 Thatcher St., Hyde Park Accounting " Caggi " — Accounting Society 5 (vice president) — Co-op: Boston Globe, OUie Orbit, Pure Test Ice Cream Corp., Philip E. Pofcher. ROY EDWARD CALLIHAN 15 Hamilton St., Wollaston Business Management " Cal " — S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 — Camera Club 3 — Co-op: Keystone Cus- todian of Funds, Inc., The Pot- ter Press, Boston Globe News- paper Co. FREDERICK ROBERT CANTON 339 Norfolk St., Dorchester Accounting " Fred " — Freshman Honor List — Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce Fenner and Smith, Inc., Mass. GeneralHospital, George Miller and Co. — Married to: Toby R. LOUIS SALVATORE CARMISCIANO, JR. 214 South Street, Waltham Accounting " Lou " — Freshman Honor List — Football 1,2,3,4 — Most Improved Player 4 — New England Senior Achievement Award in Football 4 — Most Valuable Player Award 4 — Press Box Award 4 — Section Representative 2 — Co-op: Ar- lington Five-Cent Savings Bank, Webster McCann C.P.A. — Mar- ried to: Norina G. RICHARD JAMES CARTY 42 Cranston St., Jamaica Plain Accounting " Dick " — Rifle Club 4 — Account- ing Society 5 — Co-op: Hugo ' s Lighthouse, Allis-Chalmers, American Locker Co., Inc. MICHAl.l |() ! I ' d CERULLO 44 Dale Street, Needham Accounti?ig " Mike " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5— Rifle Club 1,2— AFCEA (Treasurer) — Co-op: Elliot In- dustries, William Filene ' s Sons, International Harvester Co. ERNEST ROY CHAFFEE 2 A R.D. 1 Walden, New York Business Management " Tiger " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4„5 —Co-op: Alfred Polits, New Eng- land Mutual Life Insurance Co., Northeastern University. PHILIP ERNEST CHELIDONA 424 Chatham Street, Lynn Accounting " Phil " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Ac- counting Soc. 2,3,4, (President) 5 — Art Club 5 — Co-op: Cambridge Gas Company, Microwave Assoc. WILLIAM GEORGE CHESK, JR. ■t rn 5 Brae Burn Rd., South Deerfield Industrial Relations " Cooch " — Phi Gamma Pi 1,2 (Treasurer), 3 (President), 4,5 — Co-op: Bryant Machine Co., Inc., Microwave Associates. GEORGE WILLIAM CLARK, JR. 125 Park Drive, Boston Accounting Dean ' s List 3 — Basketball 1 — .Accounting Society 4,5 — Art Club .5 — Co-op: Pioneer Credit Corp., Union Federal Savings and Loan . " Assn. — Married to: Sandra K. Simmons. RICHARD GILMAN CLARK, JR. AK2 34 Lafayette St., Rutland, Vt. Business Management " Dick " — Alpha Kappa Sigma 2 — (Pledge Master) 3 (Grand Mar- shal) 4 (Pledge Master) 5 — Husky Key 3-Rifle Club 3- SAM 2,3— Co-op: Provident In- stitution For Savings, Manchester Knitting Mills, Boston Five-Cent Savings Bank. JOHN FRANCIS COHEN 33 Hills Street, Randolph Management " Jack " — Dean ' s List 3 — Rifle Club 1,2,3-Husky Key 3-SAM 2,3,5 — Co-op: Mitre Corp. — Mar- ried to: Lorraine Burke. EDWARD CHRISTOPHER COLEMAN, JR. 751 Truman H ' way, Hyde Park Finance Insurance Co-op: The Travelers Insur Co., The Provident Instit. for Savings — Married to: Audrey Ann (Fer- ris) Coleman. RANSOM ERNEST COLEMAN 29 Fayette St., Lynn Finance " Randy " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Rifle Club 1— Finance Club 2,3,4,5 - Co-op: Sales Five-Cent Savings Bank; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith Inc., Marine Midland Trust Company. VILLIAM H. COLVER 4 BA 72 Main Street, Saugus Business Management " Bill ' — ROTC Band 1.2 — Ph Beta Alpha 3.4,5— SAM 1.2.3,4.; (? Vice-Pres., -1,3 President) - Husky Hi-Litei ' S 4.5 — Radio Station W.X.E.U. (5 Record Li- brarian) — Interfraternity Council Member 4,5 — Committee of 100 ij — Chairman of Resort Day — CAULDRON (fraternity editor) 5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Pds., Atwood and! Morill Co., R.C.A. JOHN EDWARD CONLON 435 Washington St., Whitman Accountitig •Jack " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Ac- counting Society 2,3,43 — Co-op: Eaton Howard Inc., Peat, Mar- wick, Mitchell Company. THOMAS KEVIN CONNOLLY AK2 56 Richardson St., Winchester Accounting •■T.K. " -Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-Al- pha Kappa Sigma 3,4,5 (Presi- dent)— ccounlh g Society 2,3,4, 5 — Management Society 2 — Co- op: Robert, Finnegan and Ly- nah, Brockway-Smith. DAVID BRUCE COOMBS 51 Longwood Road, Quincy Business Management " Dave " — Advertising Club 1,2 — American Marketing Assoc. 1,2 — SAM 3,4,5 — Co-op: Boston Globe, Parkway Distributors, Inc., Bemis Bros. Bag Co. Kemper Insur. Co. —Married to: Ellen S. Coombs. 1 1 3 n i H R» 9 H ■r h. J H w k i " M H ■ " " J f Si p-..-- ' i O IKn ■ 1 miU B ' 1 Hlt M ACCOUNTING SOCIETY First row. R. Osgood, R. Pearson, corr. sec, R. Caggiano, vice pres., R. LoVuoIo, pres., P. Rideout, trees., S. Redman, adv. comm. chairman. Second row: J. O ' Shea, R. Evans, A. Finkel, G. Oulton, R. Bobar, Prof. S. Arnien, advisor. Third row: W. Yoser, R. Mercuri, W. Fitzgerald, R. Wallace, V. Stern. CHARLES JOSEPH CROCKETT Surry, Maine Accounting " Chuck ' -Dean ' s List 2,3— NSA 3 — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Council 2,3.4,5 — Section Representative 1 — Committee of 100 3,4,5— Co-op: Maytag Gray Inc., Arthur Young and Co. DAVID M. CUSSEN 16 Stanbro St., Readville Business Management Jazz Society 2 — Undenvater Soc. 3 — Young Democrats .5 — S.A.M. 43— Co-op: Campbell Hall Inc., New England Council Inc. LAWRENCE VINCENT DACEY 105 Child Street, Hyde Park Marketing and Advertising " Larry " — Advertis ' g Club 2,3,4,5 — Marketing Society 2,3,4,5 — Dean ' s List 4 — Co-op: North- eastern University. KENNETH MAC ALLISTER DALE Cider Hill Road, York, Maine Business Management " Ken " — Class Representative 4 — SAM 3,4 (exec, vice-pres.) 5 — Co- op: Pepperell Manufacturing Co. JOSEPH RICHARD DAMICO 28 Palmer St., Medford Marketing " Joe " — American Marketing As- sociation 3,4,5 (treasurer) — Ad- vertising Club 3,4,5 — Co-op: Jordan Marsh Company. ' rofessor Scioletti, Assistant Professor of Business Law. KEVIN PATRICK DAWSON AKZ 47 Maryland St., New Bedford Accounting " Kev " — Mass. State Scholarship 2,3,4,5— Alpha Kappa Sigma 2, (Grand Queslor) 3, (Grand Mar- shal) 4,5— Co-op: New Bedford Institute For Savings, Scovell Wellington. WILLIAM JOHN DEANE, JR. 19 Queensberry Street, Boston Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — AMA 2,3,4,5— Internafl Relations Club 1 — Committee of 100 4,5— Co-op: Shawmut Bank — Married to: Myrna Deveau. WILLIAM FRANCIS DELANEY 229 Vernon Street, Norwood Accounting " Bill " — Hockey 2,3,4 — Co-op: Federal Milk Market — Married to: Marie Louise Norton. HENRY JOSEPH DESAUTEL 52 Avery St., North Attleboro Accounting " Diz " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 3 — Section Repre- sentative 1,2,3,4,5 — Chmn. Junior Dinner Dance — Co-op: Minne- apolis Honeywell Inc., Texas In- strument Inc., Earl Holden, CPA. ANTHONY JOSEPH DI CHIARA 60 Adams Street, Soraerville Accounting " Tony " — Co-op: Mass. General Hospital, Howard Johnson Co. JOSEPH JEREMIAH DONAHUE 41 Sheppard Avenue, Braintree Business Management " Joe " — Most Improved Player — Most Valuable Player (Tracks — Track 1 2,3,4— Senior Week Com- mittee — Co-op: Itek, Raytheon. CHARLES JOSEPH DREA, JR. 78 Concord Avenue, Somerville Finance and Insurance " Charlie " — Rifle Club 1— NEWS 2,3 — Student Union 3 — Invest- ments Club 4,5 — Co-op: Lumber- men ' s Mutual Casualty Co., Star Market Co., American Credit In- demnity Co., Uni on Savings Bank of Boston. PAUL THOMAS DUFF 119 Columbia St., Maiden Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op: Brockton-Taun ton Gas Co. PAUL FRANCIS DUFFY 57 Middlesex Ave., Swampscott Finance and Insurance Dean ' s List 5— AFA 2,3,4 (Presi- dent) 5 — Politics Club 1,2,3 — Young Democrats Club 4,5 — In- vestment Club 2,3,4 (President) 5 — International Relations Club 5 — NEWS 3 — Co-op: Beacon Loan Co, American Mutual Ins. Co., Beverly Trust Company — Mar- ried to: . nna E. Pustorino. ROBERT J. DUKES 181 Boston Post Road. Marlboro Accounting " Duke " — Freshman Honor List — Accounting Society 2.3,4.5 — Class Representative 3 — Coop: Fenwal, Inc. MICHEL EASA 12 Weymouth Ave., W. Roxiniry Business Management " Mike " — Baseball 1— Co-op: D. Monosson Sons. Inc., Binder o£ Boston, Wm. Filene ' s Son. JOSEPH FRANCIS EASTMAN 63 Washington St., Dorchester Industrial Relations " Joe " — Football 2,3,4 — Co-op: Northeastern Univ., North Amer. Meat Packing Co. HARVEY ALAN EDVV ARDS 32 Robertson St., Quincy Finance and Insurance Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith. lOANNIS JOHN EMMANUEL AK2 27 St. Mary ' s Court, Brookline Marketing Advertising Alpha Kappa Sigma 3,4,5 (Grand Scn ' be;— .Advertising Club 2.3,4,5 — American Marketing Associa- tion 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Wellesley Planning Board, Mason-Neilan, The Bresnick Co., Inc. EDWARD GERARD ELLIOTT 40 Brewster Road, Medford Management " Jerry " — Co-op: Itek Corp. — Married to: Beverly Rossi Elliott. Sigma Society W. Zollo, Secretary, D. Kneeland, President, S. Kaplow, Vice-President and Treasurer, D. Johnson (not shown). CARL T. EVANS 2 A 47 Pinehurst Street, Roslindale Business Management Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,43 — SAM 4,5 — Co-op: A. W. Haydon Co.— Married to: Carol Ann Evans. ' ' iwi ROBERT JAMES EVANS 14 Englewood Avenue, Everett Accounting " Bob " — Accounting Soc. 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 1 ,3,4,5- Co- op: Wm. Filene Sons, Co., Checker Taxi Company, Copley Motor Tours, Inc., Gen ' l Rental Co. S.A.M. I ' irst row: J. McWhinnie, vice pres., K. Dale, exec, vice pres., J. Power, pres. ex officio, D. Cussen, pres., J. Marshall, sec. Second row: W. Freestone, K. Adams, R. Loring, J. Goet- cheus, J. Donahue, P. Turcotte. DONALD DAVID FAGAN 566 Westford Street, Lowell Business Management Rifle Club 1,2— Jazz Society 1,2— SAM 1,2.3,4 (vice-president) 5— Co-op: Bemis Bros. Bag Com- pany, Chicken Delight — Married to: Carole Ann O ' Clair. EDWARD RICHARD FAHEY, JR. 17 Payson Road, Brookline Marketing " Ed " — Marketing Society 2,3,4,5 —Advertising Club 2,3,4,5— Co- op: Thomsen and Thorasen, Super Market Distributors Inc., Watkins Products. WILLIAM M. FITZGERALD 4 Fourth St., Medford Accounting " Bill " — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5 — AFCEA 1,2— Co-op: Weil, Pear- son Co., First National Stores, Checker Taxi Co. WILLIAM RAYMOND FALKOWSKI 57 River Street, Lynn Industrial Relations ■Bill " - Rifle Club 1— SAM 2,3,5 — Co-op: Lynn Hospital. STANLEY MARTIN FERTEL t BA 6 , bbot Street, Dorchester Business Management Dean ' s List 5-Rifle Club 1- Folk Music Society 4,5— Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5-Class Cabinet 3- Committee Of One Hundred 4 — ■ Publicity Chairman 4 — Pub- licity Chairman 3— Co-op: Globe Indemnity Insurance Co., Jewish Memorial Hospital. Married to: Charna Carol Rudnick. WILLIAM THOMAS FITZGERALD 102 Decker Street, Milton Accounting " Bill " — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op: G H Poultry Provis. Inc. HARRY PAINE FOLGER, III 158 Winthrop Street, Winthrop Accounting " Hap " — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op: Eaton and Howard, Inc. CARL JOSEPH FORMICHELLI 148 Webster Street, Arlington Finance Insurance Finance Association 3,4,5 — Co- op: Home Savings Bank, Weston W. Adams Co. Professor McCarthy Department of Management. KENNETH STUART FREEDMAN zrT 60 Woolson Street, Boston Accounting " Ken " — Zeta Gamma Tau 4,5 — Pershing RiHes 15,3 — Scabbard Blade 3,4,5— Folk Music Soc. 3,4,5 — Accounting Society 5 — Co- op: General Discount Coipora- tion, Hurivitz Millinery Co. THOMAS WARREN GAGNON 22 Cashman Road, Peabody Accounting " Tom " — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5 — AFCE, 2,3 {vice pres.) 4,5— Rifle Club 12 — Co-op: A. C. Lawrence Leather Co., North Shore Babies ' Children ' s Hosp. EDWARD BRUCE GALLAGHER ZFT 32 Fernald Avenue, Haverhill Accounting " Bruce " — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 — Accounting Society 3,45 — Folk Music Society 3,4,5 — Zeta Gamma Tau Fraternity 4,5 — Flight Train. (R.O.T.C.) 5— CAULDRON 5— Co-op: Haverhill National Bank. GERARD JOSEPH GALLAGHER 23 Williams St., North Andover Marketing and Advertising " Jerry " — Rifle Club 1 — Market ' g Club 2,3,43 — Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 (Treasurer) Folk Music Society 4,5— Co-op: Star Market Co. RICHARD SELDON GATES 244 Goodale St., West Peabody Business Management " Dick " — Dean ' s List Students 2,3 — Freshman Honor List — Out- standing Signal Corps Cadet 2 — Scabbard and Blade Scholarship Award 3 — SAM 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Sylvania Elec. Itek Corporation. RONALD AUBERT GAUDET 371 Savin Hill Ave., Dorchester Industrial Relations " Ron " — Treasurer of the Senior Class— Football 12,3,4— Hockey 1,2,3,4 — Silver Masque — SAM 3,4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern Uni- versity, YMCA. BENJAMIN GERSON " i-BA 63 Woburn Street, Medford Accounting " Ben " — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4 (Pledgemaster) 5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3 (Ticket Chmn.) 4 — (Busi- ness Manager and Ticket Chrmn) 5 — Folk Music Society (Treas.) 3,4,5-Husky Key 1 -Rifle Club 1— IFC 3,4— Student Union 4,5 Committee of 100 3,4,5 — Ac- counting Soc. 3,5 — Senior Week MICHAEL GIANELLI 65 Johnson Street, Lynn Accounting " Mike " — Rifle Club 1— Account- ing Society 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Town of Reading Municipal Light De- partment. JOSEPH A. GIRARD 616 Main Street, Shrewsbury Management " Joe " — Ski Club 1,2— SAM 3,4— Modern Dance 3 — Co-op: Stick- ney Poor Spice Co., Friendly Ice Cream Corp. — Married to: Louise Henderson. JOHN JEROME GOETCHEUS 16 W. Academy St., McGraw, NY Business Management " Jack " — Dean ' s List 2 — SAM 1,2,3,4,5 (President) 3,4 -Young Republican Club 4 (President) 5 (Treasurer) — Committee of 100 4,5 — Co-op: Friendly Ice Cream Corporation. JOSEPH GOMES, JR. 211 Atlantic Avenue, Hull Marketing and Advertising " Joe " — Co-op: All Stainless, Inc. — Married to: Barbara Dray Gomes. LARRY STEPHEN GOPEN TE J 100 Mount Vernon St., Maiden Marketing and Advertising Deans List 3 — Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 (Vice-chancellor) 5— Co- op: William Filene and Sons Co., The Boston Globe News- paper Co. STEPHEN LEON GOREN AEn 11 Lothrop . venue Milton A ccoun ting " Steve " -Husky Key 1 ,2-Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity 2,3,4 (Scribe) 5 (Pledge Master) — CAULDRON (Business Staff) 5— Co-op: Boston Globe, Federal Milk Market Admin. — Married to Lorraine Marcia Issokson. CHARLES LEWIS GRANT, JR. 1 AP 68 Cliftondale St., Roslindale Marketing if Advertising " Chick " , " Charlie " — Phi Alpha Rho 2,3,4,5 f Treaiurer) — Class Board 4 — Politics Club 2 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Stu- dent Council 2,3 — International Relations Club 1,2 — Advertising Society 2,3,4,5 — AMA 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: John Donnelly Sons, Batten, Barton, Durstine Os- born — Married to: Janet Kirley. JOHN JOSEPH GOSS 26 Gloucester St., Arlington Industrial Relations " Jack " -SAM 3-Rifle Club 3- Jazz Society 2 — Co-op: NEAR Inc., Bemis Bros. Bag Co., Insti- tution For Savings, Eaton Howard. STEPHEN NORCROSS GRAHAM Old King ' s Highway No., Darien Accounting Co-op: MITRE Corporation. Professor Jackson Chairman of Law Department. JOHN FRANCIS GRAY 14 Union Ave., Everett Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3.4,5— Rifle Club 1,2 — Accounting Society 1,2 — Finance Society 3,4,5 — Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5— Co-op: Eaton How- ard, Inc., New England Tel. Tel., Boston Safe Depos. Trust. WILLIAM ANTON GREBE 6 Foster St., Brookline Accounting " Bill " — Dean ' s List 2,4— Co-op: Cabot Corp., Minneapolis Honey- well. PAUL GORDON GRIFFITH 35 Upsala Street, Vorcester Marketing " Griff— Dean ' s List 1,2.3— Class Cabinet 3,4,5 — Advertising Soc. 2,3,4 (President) — Marketing As- sociation 2,3.4,5 — Co-op: Procter Gamble Co., Allied Purchasing Corp. ROBERT E. GUARINO 109 AVendell Park, Milton Finayice Insurance Class Cabinet 2.3,4,5— Sigma Phi Alpha 3,45— Ski Club 1— Co-op: American Hardivare Mutual Ins. Co.. Trust Securities Corp., Bos- ton Safe Deposit Trust Co, STEPHEN ANTHONY GUERRA 63 Bowdoin St„ Medford Management " Steve " — SAM 4,5 — Rifle Club 1,2 — ' oung Democrats 3,4 — Co- op: Bemis Bros. Bag Company, Lumbermen ' s Mutual Casualty Company. ROBERT GURWITCH 35 Plymouth Street, Quincy Marketing " Bob " — Pershing Rifles 1,2— Ad- vertising Society 4,5 — AMA 4,5 — Co-op: Boston Globe, Society for the Advancement of Management First row: Leatrice Crivell, Secretary, Matthew G. Mamos, Treasurer, W. Colyer, President, Philip Ruddick, Vice-President, Second row: John Callaghan, Dave Wilson, G. Connolly, Jr., D. Coombs, C. MacLean, W. Zalewski, P. Paquin. Third row: L. M. Smith, M. O ' Connor, R. Callihan, W. Harraghy, G. Mason, D. Kneeland, C. Mitchell, D. Hanson. ERNEST WOODS HALE 49 Madison Avenue, Wakefield Finance and Insurance " Ernie " — Dean ' s List Student 2,4 — American Finance Assoc. 3,4,5 Co-op: HofEco Insurance Agency, North Avenue Savings Bank. ARTHUR STUART HAMILTON, III r i K 16 Greenough Street, Brookline Business Management " Stu " — Gamma Phi Kappa: So- cial Chairman 2— House Mgr. 3,4 -Vice-President 4,5-SAM 3,4,5 — Interfraternity Council 2,3,4 — Rifle Club 1— Co-op: Itek Corp. PAUL CHARLES HARDING 55 Robin Street, West Roxbury Marketing and Advertising Distinguished Military Student 3 —Scabbard Blade 3,4,5— Poli- tics Club 2,3,4 — Young Demo- crats 2,3 (Vice-Pres.) 4,5— AFCEA 1,2— Newman Club 1,2— IRC 4,5 — AMA 3,4,5 — Advertis ' g Society 2,3,4,5 — Committee of 100 5 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op: Symmons Industries Inc. DAVID HARMON mm r % m isf t M i L-y f ,.j i 1 " .. ■ . VILLIAM FREDRICK HARRAGHY 11 Royce Rd., Apt. 34, Allstoii Business Management " Bill " — Advertising Club 2 — Am- erican Marketing Assoc. 2 — SAM 2,3,45 — Co-op: Raytheon Com- pany, Elm Farm Foods Company, ITEK Corporation — Married to: Barbara Andreano. Sigma Society First roio: J. Landry, pres.. Dean C. Gubellini, advisor (standing) , J. Power, vice pres. JAMES MUNROE HARRINGTON 26 Hancock Street. Somerville Finance i- Insurance Dean ' s List 3,4 — Amer. Finance .- ssoc. 3,4,5 — Advertising Club 2 — Co-op: Massachusetts Rating Bureau; Weil, Pearson Company; Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner k Smith Inc., Wolf Research De- velopment Corp. PETER JOHN HART 59 St. Andrew Rd., East Boston Accounting " Pete " — Co-op: Jordan Marsh Company, New England Survey Service Inc., Kennedy ' s Inc., Esta- brook Co. WALTER BRENNOCK P.ATRICK HEFFERNAN, JR. 41 Kingman St., Weymouth Marketing and Advertising " Pat " — Band 1 ,3,45— Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4,5— National ROTC Band Assoc. 3,4,5 (Command ' g Officer) — Jazz Society 3,4 (vice-pres.) 5 — Co-op: E. B. Hayes Co., Stop and Shop, Inc., Bresnick Co., Radio Shack Corp. DONALD GEORGE HICKSON 113 Winsor Avenue, Watertown Marketing Marketing Society 4,5 — .Advertis- ing Society 4,5— Rifle Club 1— Co-op: Sear Roebuck Company, Jordan Marsh Company. CLARK STEPHEN HILTUNEN 141 Hale St., Beverly Marketing .Advertising Society 2,3,4,5 (Sec- retary) 3 (Jr. Vice-Pres.) 4 — Mar- keting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Jordan Marsh Co., Allied Adver- tising Agcy. — Married to: Elaine Gill is. NEAL LEWIS HOEKSTRA, JR. 108 Pine Haven Drive, Whitman Business Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Warren Benevolent Fund 2— Travelli Fund 3,45— NEWS Achievement Award 4,5 — Leadership Achievement Award 1 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent 4 — Sigma Society 5 — NEWS 2,3,4,5 (advertising manager 3, business manager - ,5) — CAUL- DRON 3,4,5 - WRITER 3,4,5 JAMES MICHAEL HOGAN 275 Pleasant Street, Milton Marketing and Advertising " Jim " — Dean ' s List 2,3,45 — Sec- tion Representative 4,5 — Ameri- can Marketing Assoc. (Vice-Pres.) 4 — (Pres.) 5 — American Advertis- ing Assoc. 3,4,5 — Co-op: Moore Business Forms Inc., Batten, Bar- ton, Durstine, and Osborne Inc. RICHARD WILLIAM HOHMANN 38 Cass Street, West Roxbury Finance and Insurance " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2 — Politics Club 2,3,45— Committee of 100 5 — Newman Club 1,2 — Young Democrats Club 2,3,45 — Invest- ment Society 2,3 (President) 4 — (Treasurer) 5 — Co-op: Loomis Sayles Co., Suffolk Franklin Sav- ings Bank, J. Walter Thompson Co. PETER RAY HOLBROOK 619 Bedford, North Abington Business Management " Pete " — Baseball 1— SAM 2,3,45 —Co-op: North Abington Co-op Bank, John C. Paige Insur. Co., Foxboro Electronics, Inc. WILLIAM MAXWELL HORTE 27 Perry Road, Brainlrce Industrial Relations ■•BiH " -SAM 3,4,r)-Rifle Club 3 —Co-op: Wilbur and Williams Co., Dorchester Savings Bank. CHARLES WILLL M HYDE, JR. 43 Mudge Street, Lynn Finance and Insittance " Chuck " — . merican Finance .As- sociation 3,4,!j — Section Repre- sentative 2.4 — Co-op: Salem Sav- ings Bank. THOMAS HVMAN TE 2 Colljorne Road, Brighton Finance and Insurance " Tom " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,.5 — Recipient ot Governor ' s Scholarship 3,4 — Marvin Guttin Scholarship .Award 3 — Tau Epsilon Phi (Cor- responding Scribe) 2,3,4„5 — Co- op: Suffolk Franklin Savings Bk., Goren Pack ' g Co., Inc.— Married to: Jeannette Anne Bernstein. JOHN J. IRVINE, JR. 9 Mason Street, Hudson Accounting Dean ' s List Student 2 — Section Representative 1,2,3 — Accounting Soc. 3,4,5 — Co-op: Peoples Nat ' l Bank — Married to: Betty M. Archambeault. ALFRED WILLIAM JACOBSEN 143 Tremont Street, Brighton Busi7iess Management Dean ' s List 3-SAM 2— Co-op: Elliot Addressing Machine Co., Campbell and Hall Inc. MITCHELL SIMON JAFFE 30 Rob Roy Road, Worcester Accounting " Percy " — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Raytheon Mfg. Co., Advanced Industries Inc., Fed- eral Milk Marketing Adminis., A. W. Chesterton Co. ALAN BRADFORD JENKINS 200 Walnut St., East Bridgewater Accounting " Al " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Account- ing Soc. 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: United Shoe Machinery Corporation. PAUL ALBERT JODICE ■l BA 10 Schoolhouse Road, Medford Marketing Phi Beta Alpha 4,5 — .American Marketing Assoc. 2,3,43 — Adver- tising Club 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Wil- liam Filene Sons, Mai ' s Depart- ment Store. CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT LAWRENCE ADRIAN JOHNSON 105 Rock Street, Norwood Business Management " Larry " — Co-op: Travelers Insur. Company, John Hancock Insur. Co., Elm Farm Supermarket Co. - i DONALD STUART JOHNSTON BA 490 Western Avenue, Lynn Marketing and Advertising " Don " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Sigma Soc. Scholarship Award I — President ' s Award 2,3 — Sears B. Condit Award 5 — Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — Phi Beta Al- pha % A — (President) 5 — AMA 3,4,5 - Husky Hi-Liters 3,4 - (Secretary) 5 — Advertising Club 3,4.5 — Sigma Society 4,5 FRANCIS XAVIER KANE 81 Durnell Ave., Roslindale Accountinc " Frank " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op: Sylvania Data Systems Op- erations. SHELDON HARRIS KAPLOW 475 Beech Street Roslindale Accounting " Kappy " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Beta Gam- ma Sigma (charter member) — Jazz Society 1,2 — Accounting Soc. 4,5 — Sigma Society 4,5 (vice-pres. and treasurer) — Co-op: MKM Knitting Mills, W. F. Buckley Company, Mister Donut — Mar- ried to: Norma Shor Kaplow. THOMAS JOSEPH KEANEY ZPT 42 Murray Street, Lynn Finance Insurance " Tom " — Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1 — .American Finance .Association 4,5 — Co-op: John Hancock Life Insur. Co., George Putnam Mutual Fund — Married to: Annette Lezzelle. MODERN LANGUAGES-Mrs. Haack, Prof. Spegil WALTER EDWARD KEARNEY, JR. 85 KnoUwood Circle, Weymouth Accou7iting " Ed " — Co-op: Kemper Insurance Company, Raytheon — Married to: Ann R. Bzdula. ROBERT MARTIN KEELEY ZPT 4 Nonantum Street, Newton Business Management " Bob " — Zeta Gamma Tau 2.3,4,5 —Rifle Club 1 .3— SAM 3,4,5— Co-op: Boston Globe, American Hardware Mutual Insurance Co., Union Market National Bank. ROBERT JOSEPH KELLEY 32 Chardon Road Medford Management " Bob " — Young Democrats 3,4 — SAM 3,4.5— Sociology Club 1,2— Co-op: Cabot Corp., Suburban Electric Co., Northeastern Univ. FRANCIS XAVIER KENNEDY 14 Westland Street, Brockton Marketing and Advertising " Fran " — Yacht Club 1,2,3,4 (President) 5 — Co-op: Sears Roe- buck Co., Reach McClinton Co. Inc.. Advertising, Bruce . " t Fitzgerald Co. Inc. Food Brokers —Married to: Brenda .Ann Rea- gan. DAVID D. KING 20 Livermore Road. Belmont " Chops " — NEWS 1.2.3 (art edi- tor) 4 (adiiertising manager) 5 — NU VRITER 1.2.3— AM. 3,4,5 — Advertising Society 3,4,5 — Co- op: Jordan Marsh. DAVID JAMES KNEELAND, JR. AP 31 Centre Street, Winthrop Busitiess Management " Dave " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Sigma Soc. 4,5 (president) — Sears B. Condit Award 5— Hodgkinson Scholar 5— Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — Track 1,2,3 — Cross- country 1,2 (Most Valuable Player Award) 3,4 (captain) — Phi Alpha Rho 5 ARTHUR KOGOS 32 Goodale Road. Mattapan Industrial Relations " Arty " — Dean ' s List-SAM 3,4,5 —Co-op: John Hancock Li£e In- surance Co., Kemper Insurance Co., Beth Israel Hosp., North- eastern Univ., N.. ' .P.A.— Married to: Patricia Dinner Kogos. M. GERALD KOSS AEn 77 Crown Street, Milton Marketing and Advertising " Gerry " — Student Council 3,4,5 —Sailing Club 1,2— .Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (Recording Sec.)— Co- op: Filene ' s, Sylvania Electric — Married to: Nancy Sherman. RICHARD STEVEN KOSS 15 Roberts Street, Quincy Marketing AMA 3,4,5 — .Accounting Society I — Advertising Society 3,4,5 — Section Representative 4 — Co-op: Dun Bradstreet, Inc., Cabot Corporation. WALTER SYLVESTER KOWAL 1 1 Kensington Road, Worcester Business Management " Walt " — SAM 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Rockwood Sprinkler Co., Wor- cester County National Bank, The Fair Co. LEONARD PETER KRYGOWSKI 57 Blakeley Street, Lynn Accounting " Lenny " — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Ac- counting Society 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5 — Co-op: Lynn Hospital. JAMES J. KUTRUBIS 22 Rockaway Street, Lynn Accounting " Taky " — Account ' g Soc. 1,2,3,4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2-Co-op: North- eastern Univ., A. C. Lawrence Leather Co., Harris Kerr Forster 8c Co. ROGER P. LAMOUREUX 49 Fairmount St., Marlborough Finance and Insurance Finance Society 3,4,5 — Co-op: People ' s National Bank of Marl- borough. JOHN ANDREW LANDRY 32 Gibson St., Dorchester Marketing " Jack " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — President ' s Award 2 — Warren Scholarship Fund 3,4,5 — Edwards Scholarship Fund 4 — Massachu- setts Scholarship Fund 1 — Fresh- man Honor List — Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — AMA 3,4,5 — Advertising Society 3,4,5 — Sigma Society 4 (vice-president) 5 ANTHONEY PETER LA ROSA 17 Albert Park, Everett Business Management " Tony " — Baseball 2,3,4 — SAM 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern University. MARTIN JOSEPH LEE 72 Farragut Ave., Somerville Marketing and Advertising " Marty " — Marketing Club 5 — Co-op: First National Stores, Re- lief Printing Corp., International Business Machines. MICHAEL ALAN LEINWAND TE 63 Aberdeen Road, Milton Accounting " Ling " — Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Student Union 1 — Co-op: Weil, Pearson Co., David Berdon Co., C.P.A.s — Married to: Carol Gordon. THOMAS J. LENIHAN 52 Matchette St., Boston Finance and Insurance AFA 3,4,5 — Investment Society 43 — Newman Club 1 — Co-op: Lumbermen ' s Mutual Insurance Co., George Putnam Fund. SHEPHARD LESSER JOEL SANDOR LEVANSON 19 Norfolk Place, Sharon Business Management " Sam " , S.J. " — SAM 2,3,4,5 — Hillel 3-Husky Key 3-Co-op: Boston Junior Deb. Co., Cabot Corporation. American Marketing Association First row. P. Robbins, B. Thompsen, pres., W. Adelson, vice pres., M. Mann, sec, J. Landry, treas., W. Samways, J. Donato. Second roiv: R. Sher, D. Shapiro, C. Tagerta, advisor, M. Cronin, R. Kaye, E. Burton, R. Cox, R. Schaff, D. Todd. Third row: J. Howard, Jr., R. Gurwitch, R. Koss, S. Kossover, C. Lizio, D. O ' Neill, P. Harding, R. Budds, D. Peterson. RAFAEL ISAAC LISSACK 57 Pleasant St., Brookline Industrial Relations " Ray " — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Distin- guished Military Student 4,5 — Rifle Club 1;-SAM 2,3-Co-op: Wm. Filene Sons, W. T. Grant Inc., North Amer. Packing Corp. ROBERT CONANT LOVELL 24 Francis Rd., Wellesley Business Management " Bob " — Dean ' s List 2,3 — SAM 4,5 — Co-op: Maiden Knitting Mills, Fenwal Inc. RALPH LAURENCE Lo VUOLO 77 ' Wach usett Ave., Arlington Accoui ting Accounting Society 1,2,3,4 (pres.) 5— Co-op: Cambridge Gas Co., United Shoe Machinery Corp. — Married to: Rosemary T. Mur- phy. EDWARD FRANCIS LOWNIE 84 Calumet Street, Boston Accounting " Ed " — Baseball 1 — Accounting Society 3,4,5-Rifle Club 1 -Co- op: Jac Pac Food Sales Co. Watertown, Mass. WALTER MERRILL LOWNEY 15 Pkway Crescent, Milton Accounting Pegasus Society 43— Accounting Society 5— Freshman Track — De- bating Club 5— Contributor to Northeastern News — Co-op: Kemper Insur., Loomis Sayles, Briggs Engineering and Testing Co., Hingham. Mass., Dept. o£ Health Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C. ROBERT CHARLES LUMENELLO 16 Greenwood Court, Maiden Alatjageinent " Bob " -SAM 1,2-Jazz Society 1 —Co-op: Arlington Trust Co., Joseph O. Welch Co.— Married to: Drusilla Ann Welt. lOf WILLIAM XAVIER LYNCH 97 Archer Street, Wrenthara Account ing " Bill " — Freshman Honor List- Co-op: Eaton Howard Inc. CHARLES FRANCIS MACLEAN 35 Fisher Road, Arlington Business Management " Charlie " -Husky Key 1-SAM 2,3,4 (vice-president) 5 — Co-op: Microwave Assoc, Inc., Palioca, Inc. MATTHEW GERALD MAMOS 31 Russell St., Maiden Business Management " Jerry " — Outstanding Sophomore (1959-1960) -Distinguished Mili- tary Student— Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3 (Finance Officer) 3-SAM 4,5 (Treasurer)— Co-op: Eastern Uni- form Co., Inc., Maiden Knitting Mills, Middlesex County Nat ' l Bank — Married to: Jane M. Kerins. LAWRENCE STEVEN MANISOFF AP 377 Hempstead Ave. Rockville Centre, New YorTc Marketing Advertising " Larry " , " Mench " — Class Cab- inet - Phi Alpha Rho 4,5 - NEWS 1,2 (Advertising Manager) 3,4,5-CAULDRON 3 (Managing Editor) 5— Advertising Club 1,2, 3,4,5-AMA 1,2,3,4,5-Folk Music Society (President) 3,4,5— Co-op: Abraham Strauss, J. Walter Thompson Co., Benton Bowles. MYRON SHELDON MANN 51 Shurtleff, Chelsea Marketing " My " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Rifle Club 3— AMA 4,5 (Secretary)— Hillel 4-Politics Club l-Adver- tising Society 4,5— Husky Key 4 —Co-op: Jordan Marsh Co., Jo- seph Mandell Co. JAMES STEPHEN MARSHALL 14 Upham Street, Peabody Business Management " Jim " — Jazz Club 1 ,2 — Section Representative 1— Rifle Club 1,2 -SAM 2,3,4,5 -Co-op: Jordan Marsh Company, Allied Stores Corporation. Accounting Society First Row: C. Myers, J. Scalese, J. Panaro, vice pres., P. Richards, treas., J. McCarthy, R. McClelland. Sec- ond Row: S. Kaplovr, L. Petrie, P. Hart, G. Clark, F. Kane, A. McKie, D. Boccuzzo, A. Jenkins. WILLIAM F. MARSTON, III 155 Washington St., Gloucester Business Management " Bill " — Hus-skiers and Outing Club 2,3,4,5— SAM 3,4,5-Co-op: LePage ' s, Inc., Sylvania EFectric Products, Inc.— Married to: Shir- ley Ann Sedler. Advertising Society First row: J. Howard, Jr., sec, D. Todd, vice pres., R. Koss,Treas., Prof. Q. Coons, advisor, D. Shapiro, pres., W. Samways, J. Donato. Second row. M. Mann, B. Thomsen, R. Sher, C. Tagerta, M. Cronin, R. Kaye, E. Burton, R. Cox, R. Schaff, W. Adelson. Third row: P. Robbins, J. Landry, R. Gurwitch, S. Kossover, C. Lizio, D. O ' Neill, P. Harding, R. Budds.D. Peterson. ROBERT PATRICK MARTINACK 138 Lothrop Street, Beverly Business Management " Marty " — Pershing RiBes 1,2,3,4,5 —Scabbard Blade 3,45-Co-op: A. C. Lawrence Leather Co., CBS Electronics, Sylvania Elec. Prod. Jnc, Champion Lamp Co., Bev- erly Trust Company. GEORGE FRANCIS MASON t AP 93 Mount Vernon St., Somerville Management " Harvey " — Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — SAM 4,5 — Section Representative 4 — Co-op: Northeastern University, Bemis Bros. Bag Co. LEO WILLIAM MC C ARRON, JR. 43 Harvard Ave., Medford Industrial Relations Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 (Social Relations Cftmnj— Silver Masque 1— Canterbury Club 4,5 (Charter Member) --Rifie Club 1 ,3- Senior Week Committee— Co-op: Pistorino Co. Inc., Stop Shop Inc., Northeastern University. F. PAUL MCCARTHY 86 Collins St., Danvers Finance and Insurance " Paul " — Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List 2,4-Rifle Club 1- Yacht Club 1— Student Union 2 -AFA 2,3,4 (secretary:) 5-Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Suffolk Franklin Sav- ings Bank, Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. JOHN HARVARD MC CARTHY 8 Thompson St., Hyde Park Accounting " Mac " — Accounting Soc. 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Worcester Gas Light Co., Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co— Married to: Ann M. Costello. RONALD JAMES MC CLELLAND 1 1 Ring Avenue, Quincy Accounting " Ron " — Northeastern Accounting Society 4,5— Co-op: M.I.T. Lin- coln Laboratory, Itek Corp. — Married to: Pauline Sullivan. JAMES FRANCIS MC DERMOTT 399 Wolcott Street, Auburndale Accounting " Mac ' —Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List Student 3 — Class Representative 3— Committee of 100 3,4,5-Co-op: A. W. Johnson, Haskins Sells. LEO J. MC DONNELL 14 Woodbridge St., Cambridge Industrial Relations " L.J. " -Silver Masque 3-SAM 3 —Football 1,2,3— Co-op: Gustavo Preston Co., W. J. Hamilton, Cambridge City Hospital. AVILLIAM ROY MCKENZIE 116 Bartlett St., Somerville AcCOU7lti7Jg •Biir-Rifle Club 1-Hus-skiers and Outing Club 3.4.5 (treasurer) —Co-op: Cabot Corporation, All- Stainless Inc., Harris, Kerr, Forster. ALAN JAMES MC KIE 11 Rustic Road, Stoneham Accounting " Al " — Deans List 2,3,4,5 — .-Ac- counting Society 4,5 — Co-op: Carter ' s Ink Company. BRUCE MCLAUGHLIN 69 Dunlap Street, Salem Industrial Relations S.-XM 3,4,5— Section Representa- tive 2,3 — Co-op: Avco Corp. — Married to: Jeanette Garfield. JOHN JOSEPH MCQUAID 16 Chester Place, Somerville Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 - R.O.T.C. Leadership Achievement 1 — Distinguished Military Student 4 -Rifle Club 1,2— Student Union 2,3,4,5 (vice- pres.) 4— Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op: First National Stores, Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates. VILLIAM GEORGE MELANSON 114 John Street, Reading Finance i- Insurance " Bill " —Mass Foundation Scholar- ship 1— American Finance Asso- ciation 2,3,4 (vice president) 5— Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner : Smith, Inc. RAYMOND JOHN MERCURI 261 Rice . e., Revere Accounting " Nick " — .Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co-op: R. H. Stearns, Avis Rent-a-Car System, Boston University. American Marketing Association First row: C. Moores, R. McCauley, Junior Vice-President, J. D ' Amico Treasurer, J. Hogan, President, B. Pease, Secretary, P. Haley, Vice-Presi dent. Second row: B. Warren, G. Walker, M. Greenberg, J. A. Skinner CARL RONALD MOORES 58 Wilbur Street, Everett Marketing American Marketing Association 2,3,4,5— Advertising Society 2,3,4,5 (Senior Vice-President) — Co-op: National Wool Marketing Corp., Star Market Company— Married to: Barbara Janes. ROBERT HALE MORRISON 275 Washington St., Belmont Finance Insurance " Bob " -Rifle Club 2 -Sailing Club 2,3-AFCEA 2,3 - Husky Key 3,4,5— Co-op: John Hancock Insur. Co., Eaton Howard Inc. STEPHEN MICHAEL MOSS 6 Indian Lake P ' kway, Worcester Finance and Insurance " Steve " — Husky Key 2,3,4,5-Co- op: Worcester County National Bank, Wellesley Trust Company. FRANK JOSEPH MUCCINI 179 Hebron Street, Mattapan Finance and Insurance " Moose " — A.F.A. 3,4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern Univ., Cambosco Scientific Instruments Co., Inc., Trust Securities Corp. PATRICK JOHN MULLIN 4 Burnham Place, South Boston Industrial Relations " Pat " — Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-SAM 3,4,5- Co-op: Brockway Smith Haigh Lovell Company, Gillette Safety Razor Company. DONALD H. MURPHY THOMAS JOSEPH MURPHY 167 West 8th St., South Boston Industrial Relations " Skip " — Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List 2,3,5-SAM 3,4,5- Co-op: AVCO Research. CHARLES MAC CALL MYERS 44 Wachusett St., Mattapan Accounting " Charlie " — Accounting Society 4,5— Co-op: Eaton S: Howard Inc. —Married to: Janet Wurtz. IRVING MURSTEIN 19 Goodale Road, Mattapan Marketing and Advertising " Irv " — Dean ' s List 3 — Photog- raphy Club 1.2-Politics Club 1 (Secretary) 2-(President) 3-Ad- vetrising Society 4,5— Marketing Club 4,5— Co-op: Federal Milk Market Administration, Boston Herald Traveler, Donnelly Ad- vertising. GERALD HARVEY NAMENSON TE 55 Wilcock St., Dorchester Accounting " Gerry " — I96I Zeta Award— Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity 1,2,3,4,5— .Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op: General Discount Corporation, . vis Rent-a-Car System— Married to: Shirley Namenson. VJ. Moses, P. Jodice. Third row: L. Manisoff, G. Atkins, P. Griffith, J. jademavtori. WILLIAM PAUL NELSON t BA 248 Blue Hills Parkway, Milton Accou7iting " Bill " — Le.adership Achievement Award-R.aT.C. 1 -Treasurer of Freshman Class — Student Council 3,4 (sec.-treas.) 5 — Phi Beta .Alpha 1,2,3 (corres. sec.) 4, (treas.) 5— Silver Masque 1— Ac- county Society 3,4,5— Co-op: Serv- ice Warehouse, Needham Dairy, Grant W. Sharrow Co., Elliott Industries Inc. DONALD GEORGE NETTO 6 Hillside Terrace, Belmont Business Management " Don " — Dean ' s List 4 — Camera Club-Rifle Club-NEWS (Photo Editor) - CAULDRON 5 - New- man Club - SAM 3,4,5 - Co-op: Northeastern University, Robert Fawcett and Son Company. GREGORY WILLIAM NIXON 63 Highland St., Walpole Business Management " Nickers " - NEWS 3,4,5 - Class Board 4,5 -SAM 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 —Junior Dinner Dance Committee— Co-op; Metropolitan Machine Co., Fenwal Inc. JOSEPH O ' BRIEN, JR. 82 Hyatt Avenue, Haverhill Accounting " Joe " — Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5— Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — Sigma Society 4,5 — Sears B. Condit Award 5— .Accounting So- ciety 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Pentucket 5 Savings Bank, Ernst Ernst, C.P.A.— Married to: Gail Harris. JOHN M. OCONNELL i BA 43 Vincent Avenue, Belmont Accounting • ' Okie " -Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5- Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op: Arthur D. Little, Inc., Win- chester Hospital. MICHAEL X.A.VIER O ' CONNOR 18 Harvard Street, Somer ' ille Business Management " Casanova " — SAM (vice-pres.) — Co-op: B.B. Chemical,- Itek Corp. ROBERT HUGH O ' CONNOR 41 Westford Street, Saugus Business Management " Bob ' -Rifle Club 1,2-SAM 3,4,5 — ROTC Counter-Insurgency Group 5— Co-op: Jordan Marsh Co., Cabot Corp., Massachusetts Rating and Inspection Bureau, James Construction Co., Inc. DAVID JOHN ODONNELL I AP 18 Miller Street, Somerville Marketing " Dave " — Dean ' s List 2 — Section Representative 3,4 — Phi Alpha Rho 4,5 - Newman Club 3.4,5 (President) 4— Advertising Society 4,5— Marketing Society 4,5— Mr. Husky 5— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Charlestown Savings Bank, Royal McBee Corp., H. M. Nichols Co. — Married to: Gary Ann Decker. JOHN LAURENCE O ' LEARY 565 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge Business Management " Jack " — Newman Club 3,4,5 — SAM 2,3,43 — Young Democrats Club 3— Junior Dinner Dance Committee— Senior Week Com- mittee — Co-op: Northeastern University. RICHARD RANDOLPH OSGOOD 78 Middle St., East Weymouth Accounting " Oz " — Dean ' s List 3,4,5— Account- ing Society 1,2,3,4,5-Class Cabi- net 2— Honors Reading Prograrh 4,5— Co-op: United Shoe Machin- ery Corp. — Married to: Judith . nn Osgood. JOHN JOSEPH OSHEA 15 South Summer St., Haverhill Business Management " Jack " — Baseball 1 ,2,3 — Basket- ball 1,2,3— Co-op: John Hancock Insurance Co., C. B. S. Hytron, Sylvania Electronic Products. JOHN JOSEPH OSHEA 75 Carver Street, Boston Accounting " Josh " — Freshman Honor List- Accounting Society 5— Rifle Club 5— Co-op: United Fund of Bos- ton, First National Stores Inc., Elliott Industries Inc. GRACE LILLIAN OSTERHOUT XHE 20 Wilshire Street, Winthrop Marketing ir Advertising Chi Pi Epsilon 4,5— Husky Key 1,2,3 (Recording Secretary) 4,5 — Gamma Delta 1— NEWS 1,2— Senior ' Wee — {Publicity Chair- man) — Co-op: John C. Paige Co., R. H. Steams Co. JOHN ANTHONY O ' TOOLE 88 Maynard St., Roslindale Accounting " Jack " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Ac- counting Soc. 5 — Co-op: Morse Shoe Inc. GEORGE ARTHUR OULTON 120 Thaxter Street, Hingham Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op: New England Gas Electric System, Federal Milk Market Ad- ministration. THEODORE JOSEPH PACCIONE r-i-K 100 High Street, Westwood Business Management " Ted " — Gamma Phi Kappa 4,5 — SAM 3,4,5— Co-op: Lumbermen ' s Mutual Insurance Co., MKM Knitting Mills. JOSEPH CARMEN PAGLIUCA 81 Webster St., East Boston Business Management " Joe " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — SAM 3,4,5 — Co-op: Boston Globe, Mass. Rating Bureau, Keystone Mutual Fund, Avis Rent-a-Car. JOHN RICHARD PANARO 20 Page Street, Canton Accounting " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2 — Account- ing Society 2,3,43 (vice-pres.) — Hus-Skiers 2 — Co-op: Cabot Corp. — Married to: Patricia Ryan. RICHARD THOMAS PAPPAS 114 Falcon St.. East Boston Business Management " Dick " — SAM 5 — Co-op: J. C. Paige Co. Insurance, Itek Corp., Dun Bradstreet, Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Boston Garden Arena Corp. PAUL HENRY PAQUIN 242 President ' s Lane, Quincy Business Management Newman Club 2,3,43 — SAM 2,3,43 — Co-op: Morse Shoe Inc. FRANCIS ANTHONY PARILLO 12 Norton St., Hyde Park Accounting " Chico " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Track 1,2,3,4 (Captain) — Cross Country 2,3,4 (Captain)--R.iRe Club 1- Scabbard Blade 4,5 — Co-op: Brockton-Taunton Gas Co., Northeastern University. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DANIEL PETER PATTEN 108 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester Accounting " Dan " — Co-op: Wm. Filene Sons, General Rental Company —Married to: Carol L. Patten. JOHN CARL PAULHUS Charles Circle West Scarboro, Maine Management " John " — SAM 3,4,5— NEWS 3,4 — Co-op: Bemis Bros. Bag Co., John Hancock Mutual Life In- surance Company. JOSEPH LEWIS PAYTON 67 Symphony Road, Boston Industrial Relations " Joe " — Football 1,2,3,4 — Co-op: Northeas tern University. ROBERT ELLSWORTH PEARSON 13 Brackett Ave., Stoneham Accounting " Bob " — Accounting Soc. 1,2,3,4 (Corresponding Secretary) 5 — Hus-Skiers Club 4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op: Boston and Lockport Block Co., Northeastern Uni- versity. ALPHONSE EDWARD PERILLO 1 1 Windsor Streeet, Everett Business Mantigement " Al " — SAM 3,4,5— Co-op: War- ren Brothers Roads Company. RICHARD NORMILE PERKINS 10 Burnside Avenue, Somerville Accomiting " Dick " , " Richie " — Accounting Society 2.3,4,5— AFCEA 2,3— Co- op: Elliot Industries Inc., Ad- vance Industries Inc. D.4VID EDMUND PETERSON AP 163 Whitmarsh Ave., Worcester Marketing if Advertising " Dave " — .Advertising Society 3,4, 5-AMA 3,4.5-Phi Alpha Rho 4,5— Co-op: Worcester Mechanics Savings Bank, Hammond Sta- tionerv Co., Radio Shack. LEO IGNATIUS PETRIE, JR. 105 .Archdale Road, Roslindale Accout ting Acounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op: Avco Radio Corp., Elliott Industries Inc. — Married to: Pauline Ann Bernard. ROBERT HENRY PETRIN AK2 24 James Street, Greenfield Industrial Relations " Pete " — Dean ' s List 2,4— .Alpha Kappa Sigma — Co-op: Jordan Marsh, Avis. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION DONALD WEST PIGEON 139 Green St., Melrose Business Management " Pige " — Class Representative I — Hockey 1,2,3,4— Co-op: Charles- town Savings Bank, Arena Skate Shop. THOMAS FRED PILKINGTON 44 Hunnewell St., Needham Industrial Relations " Pinky " — SAM 3— Co-op: Rogers and Sands Employment Service, Beacon Plastics Corporation. JOHN RICHARD POWER, JR. 81 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls Business Management " Dick " — Deans List Student 2,3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Jazz Society 2 — Folk Music Society 3 — Sigma Soc. 4,5 — SAM 3 (vice-pres.) 4 — (President) 5 — Co-op: The Potter Press. GORDON STEWART REDMAN, JR. 96 Walker Road, Swampscott Accounting " Stew " — R.O.T.C. Band 1,2— Ac- counting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Lynn Hospital. JOHN WILLIAM REGAN 76 Eutaw Street, Lawrence Industrial Relations " Jack " — Section Representative 5 SAM 1,2.3,4 (vice-pres.-treas.) 5— Newman Club 5 — Co-op: Arling- ton Trust Co., Raytheon Mfg. Co., Massachusetts Rating Bu- reau, Scannell Boiler Works — Married to: Carol Ann Jones. JOHN ALEXANDER REILLY 131 Haverhill St., Andover Management " Jack " — Section Representative 3-Husky Key 2,3-Baseball 1- Co-op: Wm. Filene Sons, Ar- lington Trust Co., Kemper Insur- ance Co. DONALD JOSEPH POWERS 94 Hutchins Road, Medford Finance if Insurance " Don " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,4,5— Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce. Fenner and Smith Inc. PETER JOSEPH POWILATIS, JR. 36 .Auriga St., Dorchester Business Management " Pete " — SAM 3,43 — Co-op: Northeastern Univ., Cambridge Tool Manufacturing Co., Her- bert F. French Company. RICHARD PUTONEN 9 Pleasant St., West Concord Marketing " Dick " — Distinguished Military Student 4 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 (Drill Officer)-Co-op: Wm. Fi- lene Sons. PAUL C. RICHARDS 566 Harvard Street, Boston Accounting Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— .Accounting Soc. 3,4 —(Treas.) 5— S.AM 5— Co-op: Itek Corp., United-Carr Fastener Corp., Harris, Kerr, Forster and Company. PAUL BROOKS RIDEOUT 52 Fern Road, Medford Accounting " Sal " -Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-Ac- counting Society 5— Class Repre- sentative 4 — Co-op: Shell Oil Company — Married to: Elizabeth Anderson. JAMES MICHAEL RILEY 34 Clifton Ave., Everett Business Management " Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3.4.5 — Class Repre- sentative 4 — SAM 2,5 — Co-op: Cambridge Tool and Die Co., Ford Motor Co., Microwave Asso- ciates — Married to: Eileen Re- gina Riley. DONALD TIMOTHY RINES «t AP 30 Clifford St., Melrose Marketing Adi ' ertising " Don— Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 — CAULDRON 5 (Associate Editor) —Newman Club 2,3— Advertising Club 3,4-Husky Key 3-I.F.C. •1 — Co-op: John Donnelly Sons, . llied Advertising, Sears, Roc- buck Co. JOSEPH PATRICK RING I BA 613 Grove Street Newton Lower Falls Business Management " Joe " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3.4.5 — Sigma Society ,5— Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4,5— SAM 2,3,4,5 — Class Representative 1,2 — Co-op: Sylvania Electronic Corporation — Married to: Sally Elizabeth Ring. ALAN ISAAC RITCHIE 67 Kingsdale St., Dorchester Accounting " Rich " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Class Representative 3 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Camera Club 5 — Co-op: Howard D. Johnson Co. THOMAS EDWIN ROBERTS 3 Gannett Road. Quincy Accounting ■ " Tom " — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Rifle Club 4,5— .Accounting Society 1,2, 3.4,5— Co-op: .Arthur D. Little, Inc. JAMES NICHOLAS ROGERS 2 I A 310 Penn Avenue, Orlean, N.N ' . Accounting Sigma Phi .Alpha 3.1.5 — Pershinp; Rifles 1.2— Rifle Club 1— Co-op: Clark Bros. Co. JOHN PETER ROBERTSON 24 A 57 Summer St., Greenfield, Accounting " Pete " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5— Hus-Skiers 1,3,4 — Accounting So- ciety 5 — Co-op: Northeastern University, New England Dea- coness Hospital. ROBERT F. ROCHE 85 Cambridge Road, Woburn Chemistry " Bob " — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4,5 - Scabbard and Blade 4,5 -Rifle Club 1 - AFCEA 1 - Ameri- can Chemical Society 4,5 — Co-op: Cabot Corporation. MORTON IRA ROSENBERG 2 t A 492 White Street, Springfield Accounting " Mort " — Outstanding Member Award — Husky Key Society 1961- 62 — Sigma Phi Alpha Fraternity 2,3 (historian) 4,5— Husky Key 1, 4,5 (treasurer) — Accounting So- ciety 2,3,4,5— Folk Music Society 3-Rifle Club 1,2 -NEWS 1-Co- op: Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.— Married to: Fran Speyer. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STANLEY IRVING ROSS AEH 10 Dwight Avenue, Natick Accounting " Stan " — Class Board 4 — Rifle Club 1— Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4 (treasurer) 5 (vice-president) — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op: Asscoiates Parts Corp., Boston University, Tracerlab Inc. PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT-Viots.: Tucker, Zamansky, Schar£ SIDNEY EPHRAIM RUBIN AEn 20 Blue Hill Ave., Milton Accounting " Sid " — Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4,5,— Rifle Club 1,2 — Accounting So- ciety 5 — Co-op: M.K.M. Knitting Mills, Inc. PHILIP ERNEST RUDDICK 251 Allen St., Randolph Business Management " Phir ' -Dean ' s List 2-SAM 2,3,4 (treasurer) 5 (vice-pres.)— Ride Clul) 2,3— Intramural Basketball 3,4-Comraittee of 100 43-Co- op: Draper Bros. Co., Raytheon Co. PAUL JOSEPH RUSCONI 28 Boscobel St., South Braintree Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 1,2,3.4 (vice-pres.) 5 — Co-op: MKM Knitting Mills, Inc., Price Waterhouse Co. EDWARD JOHN RYAN, JR. 341 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Industrial Relations " E.J. " — Dean ' s List 2— Class Cab- inet 1,2,3,4,5SAM— Camera Club 2,3,4,5 —Rifle Club 1,2,3,4 — Co- op: United States Steel Corp., Fenwal Electronics, Inc. — Mar- ried to: Louise S. Ryan. JEROME FRANCIS RYAN 16 Dudley Street, Haverhill Industrial Relations " Jerry " — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 — Newman Club 1 — Rifle Club 1— AFCEA 1,2 (Treas- urer) 3, (vice-pres.) 4,5 — SAM 4,5 Co-op: Jordan Marsh Company, Avco Research. ANTHONY GEORGE SAMIOTES 18 Locke Lane, Lexington Accounting " Tony " — Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op: Jordan Marsh, Dewey and Almy, Scully Signal Co. PETER KENT SAMSURY 1117 Main Street, Walpole Mechanical " Pete " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Distinguished Military Student 4 — Medal of Merit 5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2— Rifle Club 1 ,3,4- Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5— SAME 4,5-ASME 3,4,5 -Co-op: Bird Machine Company. DONALD NICOLL SANFORD 728 Broadway, Somerville Marketiyig " Nick " — Co-op: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co., W. T. Grant Co — Married to: Beverly Ann Sanford. ELIOT GEORGE SAWYER 15 Balsam St.. Dorchester Accounting " Tom " — Rifle Club 1— Account ing Society 2,3.4 (Recording Sec retary) 5 — Co-op: Desvey Almy W. M. Filenes Co., New Eng land Refrigeration Supply Co. Inc., Suffolk-Franklin Sav. Bank JAMES SCALESE 308 Brookline St., Cambridge Accounting " Jim " — Football 1,2 — Accounting Society 2.3,4.5 — Young Democrats 5 — Co-op: Wilson Co., Raytheon Co. — Married to: Joan Masterson. HERBERT GEORGE SCHURIAN 9 Converse Ave., Maiden Accounting " Herb " — Dean ' s List 3 — Ac- counting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Johnson, Decker Co. — Married to: Nancy Crane Schurian. OTTO WILHELM SCHMOLDT 22 Reed Street, Edison, N.J. Industrial Relations SAM 3,4,5 — Co-op: Blooming- dale ' S Department Store, Mass. Rating Bureau. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT— Piois.: Khiralla, Quarirington, Barrs, Reynolds HOWARD KENT SCRUTON 203 Locust St., Danvers Business Management " Kent " — SAM 3,4,5 — Co-op: Avco Research Advanced De- velopment — Married to: Beverly . nn Scruton. JOHN W. SHANAHAN 24 A 16 Halliden St., Stoughton Marketing and Advertising " Jack " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4 (house manager) 5 — Football 1 ,2 — Co-op: Brockton-Taunton Gas Co., J. Walter Thompson Co., Sackel Jackson Co., Inc. DONALD GENE SHAPIRO TE 30 Brookview St., Dorchester Marketing Dean ' s List 2,3— Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3 (President) 4 (Chaplain) 5— Student Union 2— Rifle Club 2— Advertising Society 2,3,4 (Presi- dent) 5 — Co-op: Pilgrim Plastic Products Corp., Benjamin Kraft Sons, Inc. — Married to: Helen Grossman. DENNIS PATRICK SHEA, JR. 92 Calumet Street, Boston Industrial Relations " Junie " — The John Henry New- man Honorary Society Award from National Newman Federa- tion Year 4 — Student Union 1 — SAM 2 (vice-pres. Public Rela- tions) 3,4,5— The Newman Cliib 3 (President) 4 (Religious Chair- man) 5 — Senior Week Committee 5 — Co-op: Kreider Creveling Shoe Company, The Union Mar- ket National Bank RICHARD ANDREW SHERMAN 4 Willow Avenue, Salem Industrial Relations " Dick " — Married to: Priscilla Deschenes. PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT-Naomi, Oshinsky, Prof. Johnson, Ami ll.niinslon SIMON DANIEL SHIMBERG 90 John Street, Pittsfield Accounting " Si " — Dean ' s List 4 — Co-op: Brockton Taunton Gas Co. ROBERT JOSEPH SHREDERS AK2 18 Louden St., Greenwich, Conn. Business Management " Schroed ' — Dean ' s List 1 — Alpha Kappa Sigma 1 (Grand Quester) 2,3,4,5 — SAM 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Armstrong Rubber, CBS Labora- tories, American Mahc. Found- ry Co. MELVYN SUMNER SHULMAN AEn 39 Irving, Everett Accounting " Mel " — Freshman Honor List — Class Cabinet 4,5 — Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity 2,3,4„5 — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Tandy Leather Co., Cargo Imperial Freight Lines, Inc. PETER SIELINSKI 18 City Point Court, So. Boston Accounting " Pete " — P R Outstanding Soph- omore Achievement Award 2 — P R Bronze Achievement Award 3 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent 5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4 (Executive Officer) 5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5— Rifle Club 15,3 — Co-op: Massachusetts Hospital Service Inc., Massachusetts Med- ical Service Inc. JAMES CHARLES SMITH AK2 470 Commerial St., Weymouth Business Management " Jim " — Alpha Kappa Sigma 3,4,5 SAM 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Assoc. Ind. of Mass., Wollaston Brass Aluminum Foundry, Inc. LESTER MALCOLM SMITH 991 Auburn St., Whitman Business Management " Smitty " — Rifle Club 1— SAM 3,4,5 — ROTC Counter-Insur- gency Group 5 (Capt.) — Co-op: The B. F. Goodrich Co. KENNETH GEORGE SOUCY 23 Foster Street. Lawrence Accounting " Souse " — Rifle C.lul) 1.2— AFCEA 3— Student Union 1.2— Jazz So- ciety 2,3 — Co-op Haverhill Na- tional Bank. FRANKLIN MAXWELL STERNI 409 Summer St., Lvnrifield Finance atid Insurance " Frank " — Amer. Finance Asso- ciation 3,4.5 — Co-op: R. W. Pressprich Co. STEPHEN ALAN STIEGLITZ Asn 3750 Hudson Manor Terrace Riverdale, New York Accounting " Steve " — Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 SAME 1,2.3,4,5— Accounting So- ciety 1,2.3,4.5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5— Rifle Club 1,2— IFC 3 — Co-op: Bloomingdale ' s De- partment Store, S. D. Leidesdorf Co. JOHN WILLIAM STRATTON zrT 58 Raymond Street, Allston Industrial Relations " Jack " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4,5— Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 — AFCEA 1— Rifle Club 1— Dis- tinguished Military Student 4,5 — Co-op: Bemis Brothers Bag Corp., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Norfolk County Trust Co., Cambosco Scientific Co., Inc. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT— Pio(s.: Barker, Robbins, Bernstein HAROLD STEVEN SUKEF ORTH 11 Winthrop Road, Lexington Accounting Freshman Honor List — Term 1,3 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co- op: Itek Corporation — Married to: Paula Catherine Sukeforth. DANIEL MURRAY SULLIVAN 306 Hyde Park Avenue Jamaica Plain Industrial Relations " Dan " — SAM 4— Co-op: Cabot Corporation, Suffolk Franklin Savings Bank. CORNELIUS JOSEPH SULLIVAN, JR. 2 I A 165 Hamilton St., Dorchester Finance ir Insurance " Connie " , " Sully " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Vice-President of Junior and Senior Class — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 (Pledgemaster 4, President b) — American Finance Associa- tion 1,2,3,4,5 (President 5) — Stu- dent Union 4 — Chairman-Junior Dinner Dance- DAVID LOUIS SURETTE 207 Grove Street, Reading Marketing " Dave " — Co-op: Allied Stores Corporation, Trimount Clothing Co., — Married to: Carolyn May Surette. FREDERIC ALLEN SWARTZ 24 A 82 Fuller Street, Brookline Accounting " Freddy " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 -Rifle Club 2,3-Ski Club 3,4- Co-op: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. EUGENE DON TAKACH 31 West Eagle St., East Boston Finance ir Insurance " Donnie " — AFA 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5— Co-op: R. W. Pressprich Co. DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE DOUGLAS BRADFORD TODD 503 Main Street, Medfield Marketing Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Freshman Honor List-Rifle Club 1-SAM 2,3 — Advertising Society (vice- pres.) 4,5 — AMA 4,5 — Co-op: Bridgewater Savings Bank, B-l-F Industries Inc., W. T. Grant- Married to: Carol B. Whittemore. CHARLES GEORGE TEGAN 2 t A 184 Campbell Avenue, Revere Industrial Relations " Chuck " — Class Representative 1,2,4 -Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5- Rifle Club 2-SAM 4,5-Football 2 - CAULDRON 5 - Co-op: Northeastern University, General Electric, Microwave. BRUCE EDWARD THOMSEN AKS 102 Hillside . venue Needham Heights Marketing Advertising AMA 1,2,3 (President) 4,5-Ad- vertising Society 1,2,3,4,5— Alpha Kappa Sigma 1, 2,3,4 ,5-NEWS 1 —Co-op: Monsanto Chemical Co., Troy Blanket Mills— Married to: Judith Ann Pope. ROBERT ANTHONY TODISCO 2 A 100 . cademy Hill Rd, Brighton Accounting " Bob " -Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5— Rifle Club 1,2,3-AFCEA 2,3.4- Accoimting Society 5 — Co-op: Massachusetts Institute of Tech. WILLIAM FREDERICK TOPPI 31 North Gateway, Winchester Management " Bill " -SAM 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Mac- allister Bicknell, Inc., Microwave Associates Inc. MICHAEL EDWARD THORNTON 141 East Cross St., Norwood Business Management " Mike " — Jazz Society 1,2— SAM 2,3,4 ( ' i ' ice- )res.j 5— Newman Club — 2,3,4,5 (Pre5iden«j — Committee of 100 3,4,5— Co-op: Foxboro Co., Balfour Company. RICHARD DANIEL TRACEY, JR. 5 Butler Avenue, Lexington Business Management " Dick " -SAM 2,3,4-Co-op: San- born Company. PAUL KENNETH TRASK 459 Post Road. Varw ck, R.I. Business Maiiageinent SAM 2.3.4,5-RifleClub 1-Husky Key 4— Co-op: C. I. Hayes. Inc., J. M. Trask. Petroleum Equip- ment, Swank, Inc. JOHN EDAVARD TRAVERS Z t A 366 Bay iew Street. Fall River Busitjess Management " Jay " — Freshman Honor List — Deans List 2,5— Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3 (vice-pres.) 4,5-I.F.C. 2,3 (Rush Chairman) 4 (President) 5 -CAULDRON 5-Newraan Club 1,2-RiHe Club 1-SAM 2,3,4,3- Ski Club 2.3-Class Cabinet 5- Student Union 1.2 — Husky Hi Liters 4 (Assistant Director) 5 — Sports Parachutes Club 5— Co-op: Keystone Mutual Fund Co., . ' ' JEFFREY SHELDON TRUST 6 Fabyan Street, Dorchester Business Management " Jeff ' -Rifle Club 2-Co-op: Gen- eral Electric Co., Trailways o£ New England, Inc. S -1 PAUL GERARD TURCOTTE 25 Turner Ave., Dracut Business Maiiagement Huskiers 1— Newman Club 3,4,5 —SAM 1,2.3 (vice-pres., secretary) 4,5 — Co-op: Lowell Institution for Savings, John J. Hurley, C.P.A. WILLIAM VAN KIESEWETTER 59 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Business Management SAM 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Boston Cut- ting Die Co., Itek Corp. PHILIP VAN NESTE 55 Governors Road, Milton Business Management Football 1- Basketball 2 -New- man Club 3,4— Silver Masque 1,2 -SAM 2.3-Co-op: Cabot Corp., R. H. Stearns Co. GEORGE THOMAS WALKER 85 High Street, Newton Marketing " Orgy " — Advertising Soc. 2,3,4,5— AMA 2,3,4,5 - Co-op: Boston Globe, Allied Advertis. Agency. RICHARD WILLIAM WALLACE 88 Summer Street, Stoneham Accounting " Wally " -Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4— Accounting Society 3,4 — Co-op: Sanborn Co. ROBERT JOSEPH WALSH 55 Cedar Grove St., Dorchester Business Management " Bob ' —Freshman Honor List— SAM 2,3,4.5-Rifle Club-Co-op: Allyn and Bacon, Inc., Cam- bridge Tool and Manufacturing Co. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION KURT ELLIS WARING Endicott Road, Boxford Accoutiting " Kurf - Dean ' s List 2 - PMS Merit Award— Distinguish. Mili- tary Student, Leadership Poten- tial Award— Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5-AFCEA 1-Co-op: Dun and Bradstreet, Arthur D. Little. ROBERT EVERETT WASHBURN AK2 May Street, North Attleboro Finance Insurance " Bob " — Alpha Kappa Sigma {vice grand councillor) 4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern Univ., Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith; Boston Safe Deposit and Trust. RAYMOND HOWARD WE.-VVING 15 Maple Street, Maynard Finance and Insurance " Ray " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 4— American Finance Assoc. 2,3,4 (Treasurer) 5— Co-op: Middlesex Mutual Fire Insur- ance Co., Middlesex Institution For Sa%ings. WILLIAM KENNETH WEIDMAN, JR. J AP 12 Garrett Road, Reading Business Management " Ken " -Phi Alpha Rho 2,3 (Sec- retary) 4,5 - CAULDRON 5 - SAM 2,3,4,5— Section Representa- tive I— Co-op: A rlington Trust Company. NEAL WEINSTEIN TE 350 Eastern Avenue, Maiden Marketing and Advertising Dean ' s List 3,4,5— Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 - Husky Key 1,2 - Co-op: Boston Globe Newspaper Company. ROBERT EDWARD WHIPPLE 6 Arborough Road, Roslindale Accounting " Whip " — Dean ' s List Student 2,4 -Baseball 1,2,3 -Co-op: The Carter ' s Ink Co., Ernst Ernst.— Married to: Kathleen Jeanne O ' Malley. JOHN WHITE 97 Bloomfield St., Dorchester Accounting " Jack " — Freshman Honor List I — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 2— Young Demo- crats 5— Co-op: Advance Indus- tries Inc., Boston University, Elliott Addressograph Co.— Mar- ried to: Connie Lomasney. EDSON HILL WHITEHURST, JR. I BA 30 Garden Street, Bath, Maine Accounting " Ed " -Phi Beta Alpha 1,2,3,4 (vice-pres.) 5— Huskey Key 1,2,3,4 (President) 5— Silver Masque 1,2 (House Manager) 3,4,5— Student Council 3 — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 -Class Cabinet 1 - Hi Liters 3,4 (President) 5— Radio Station WNEU (Pres. Director) 5-CAULDRON 4 STANLEY THAXTER WILLIAMS 24 A 61 Old Colony Road Wellesley Hills Business Management " Stan " — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5— Jazz Society 1,2,3— Sports Car Club 1,2 -SAM 2,3,4,5 - Co-op: Sanborn Company. : :r ' ' " S y»m0 ROBERT ARTHUR WOODBURN 126 Main Street, Byfield Accounting " Bob " — Co-op: Electronics Corp. of America.— Married to: Sandra Jean Tidd. CHANDLER SEWALL WOODMAN Main Street, Newfields, N.H. Accounting " Woody " — Freshman Honor Roll —Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Sigma Soc. 4,5— Beta Gamma Sigma (charter ?jfmbf)j— Accounting Society 4,5 —Co-op: Jordan Marsh Co., Ford Motor Co., Raytheon Co.— Mar- ried to: Arlene C. Woodman. D.WID L. WOOLF TE 60 Althea Road, Randolph Accounting " Wolfie " — Marvin Gutten Schol- arship 4— Tail Epsilon Phi 2,3,4 (Warden) 5 (Chancellor) — Stu- dent Union 1,2,3 (President) 4,5 — . ccounting Society 5 — Studio Theater 5 — Co-op: Tracerlab, Inc., Morse Shoe, Inc., Milham Products Co., Inc. FREDERICK HOLLIS YOUNG AKS Main Street, West Dennis Business Management " Fox " — Alpha Kappa Sigma 2,3,4,5 (President) 3-SAM 2,3,4,5 —Class Representative 2,3— Com- mittee of 100 3,4,5-Co-op: Ford Motor Co. EDWARD ANTHONY ZACCHINI 67 Nightingale Avenue, Quincy Busitiess Matjagement " Zack " -Rifle Club 1-SAM 3,4,5 —Co-op: Boston Globe, Macalas- ter Scientific Corporation. WILLIAM MICHAEL ZOLLO AP 9 Clarendon Street, Worcester Business Management " Bill " — Freshman Honor Roll- Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-Sears B. Gon- dii Award 5— President of Fresh- man Class — Vice-Pres. Sopho- more Middler Class— Treasurer Junior ; Senior Class— Student Union 1,2,3,4 -Phi Alpha Rho 3,4 (vice- pres.) 5— Beta Gamma Sigma (charter member) — Cota- mittee of 100 4,5 FLEMING STEWART WRIGHT, JR. 15 Irving, Medford Business Management " Flem ' -Sailing Club 1-SAM 3 —Co-op: Everett Brooks Co., Do- herty Associates Inc., Itek Lab. WALTER YOSER 130 Washington Street, Norwich Accounting " Walt " — Silver Masque 1,2— Ac- counting Society 2,3,4— Secretary 5— Co-op: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith. LBERT JOSEPH YOUNG 10 Orange Street, Attleboro Management — S. M 1— Pershing Rifles 1 2 3 4— Co-op: Stickney and Poor Spice Co., Draper Bros. Textile Co.— Married to: Myrna King. JOHN E. BUCKLEY 15 Melrose St. Arlington, Mass. MICHAEL S. CITRIN 497 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. PETER H. FOWLER 512 Glen Rd. Weston, Mass. STEPHEN GOREN 1 1 Lothrop Ave. Milton, Mass. JOSEPH A. GIRARD 21 Eaton Place Shrewsbury, Mass. JOSEPH C. HOWARD 403 East St. Walpole, Mass. JOHN LEWIS JACKSON 18 Miller Stile Road, Quincy, Mass. MYRON T. JOHNSON 26 Hudson St. Northboro, Mass. WILLIAM V. KIESEWETTER 59 Charlotte Rd. Newton Center, Mass. GERALD M. KOSS 77 Crown Milton, Mass. DAVID R. MARSHALL 77 Inman St. Cambridge, Mass. ROBERT s. McAllister 17 Hamilton Ave. Dedham, Mass. RONALD c. Mclaughlin 32 Everett St. Arlington 74, Mass. RICHARD F. MILLER 21 Pleasant St. Mansfield, Mass. JOHN G. SABBEY 368 Broadway Cambridge, Mass. RICHARD A. SHERMAN 4 Willow Ave. Salem, Mass. RICHARD C. TIBBETTS, JR. 47 Hallen Ave. Milton, Mass. JAMES C. WALGREEN 230 Wildwood Ave. Braintree 85, Mass. 244 College of EDUCATION 245 CHARLES ATHANASIA 23 Kenwood Rd., Everett 49 EleineJitaiy Education Business Administration •Chuck ' -NEA 3.4-AFA 2-Co- op: Lincoln Elementary School- Married to: Florence J. Napoli- tano. CARL ADOLPH BACKMAN 14 Greenview Street, Quincy Afathematics Dean ' s List 2.3,4— Kappa Iota Ep- silon 4,5 (President) — Co-op: VVestwood High School. IRWIN BLUMER 194 Congress A enue, Chelsea Social Studies History Honor Society— Phi Al- pha Theta — Political Science — Honor Society Pi Sigma Alpha- Education Honor Society Kappa Iota Epsilon — Freshman Honor List— Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Dean ' s List Dinner — Co-op: Wayland School System, Teacher Intern- Married to: Deborah D. Tanar. GAIL DOLORES BURNS XHE 14 Fairbanks Street, Brookline Elemetitary Education Class Representative 1 — Secre- tary of Sophomore and Middler Class — Student Council Member 4, 5 — Homecoming Queen Court 3 — Dean ' s List 5 — Cheerleader 2,3,4,5— Chi Pi Epsilon 4,5 — Gamma Delta 1,2,3-Husky Key Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3, (Medallion) 4,5— Modern Dance 1 (Workshop) 2,3,4,5 (Asst Chairman) — Student Union 1,2, 3,4,5 — Northeastern News 1,2,3, 4,5 — Committee of 100 4,5 — SNEA 4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern University Admissions Depart- ment, Filene and Sons, Newton School System. National Education Association First Row. J. Wax, J. Holbrook, pres., J. Tether, vice pres., G. Burns. Second Row: G. Cerreta, D. Rogers, R. Whalen, M. Dobeck, A. Taylor. BRADFORD STEVENS CHASE ZFT 152 Summit St., New Bedford Ps chology " Brad " — Zeta Gamma Tau Fra- ternity 4,5 — Psychology Society 4,5 — Senior Week Committee 5 — Co-op: Thermo-Fax, Inc. CHARLES PETER GOODALL 116 Hemenway St., Boston English " Pete " — Dean ' s List Student 3, 4,5 — NEA 3,4 (vice-president) — Pegasus Society 3,4,5 — Freshman Football — Co-op: Framingham Library, Wayland Schools Sys- SUSANN BETSEY GOODSPEED xnE Westford Road, Concord Elementary Education " Sue " — Deans List 2,3,4— Rifle Team 2.3,4 — Women ' s Rifle Team 5— NEA 4,5— Chi Pi Ep- silon 3,43 — Co-op: Northeastern University, Wayland School De- partment. JOHN PHILIP JOHNSTON Parker Point Road, VoodviIle Elementary Education " Phil " — Most Improved Player Award 3 — Athlete of the Year Award 4 — Captain, Hockey team 4 — Class Cabinet 1,2 — Football 3,4 — Hockey 2,3,4— Student Union 4 — Co-Chair- man, drive for Care, rehabilita- tion of Korean Island, Cheju Do. — Co-op: Town of Wayland — Married to: Joannis Berger GAIL LORRAINE KULLAS e2T 38 Liberty Street, East Taunton Elementary Education Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Kappa Iota Epsilon 3,4— Band 1 ,3,4 — Theta Sigma Tau 3,4— Canterbury Club 3,4 (Executive Committee) — Na- tional Education Association 4. janet elizabeth holbrook apa 21 Morley Street, Needhara Elementary Education " Jan " — Gamma Delta 3,4,5 (Jun- ior Rep.) 5— DPA 4,5— Student National Education Association 3 (Secretary) 4, (Treasurer) 5, (President)— Vom3,n of the Year Committee 4— Co-op: New Eng- land Home for Little Wanderers, MSPCC Nickerson Home, Way- land School Department. STEPHEN DIRK HARRIS 35a Derby Street, Somerville Social Studies " Steve " — Debate Council 1,2,3 (Secretary-Treasurer, Manager, President) — Young Republicans 4,5 (Vice-President) — Co-op: Boston Globe. DAVID LEE JERVAH BA 22 Hampshire Street, Danvers- History " Dave " — Dean ' s List 3 — Chapel Choir 2 ,3,4 (Presiden () — Ford Foundation Award 3 — Phi Beta Alpha 3,4 (Sergeant at arms) — Silver Masque 3,4; Basketball 1, 2 — Husky Hi-liters 3,4 — Married to: Sandra Nolan. GEORGE EDWARD LANCTOT, JR. 149 Clark Street, Waltham Social Studies Academic Achievement Award 1 — Armed Forces Communica- tions and Electronics Association 1,2,3,43 (Secretary, Treasurer, President) — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5— Rifle Club 1— Football 1 — Track 1 — Co-op: Metropoli- tan State Hospital, Waltham MARY LOUISE MARTIN 92 T Davisville Road, East Falmouth Elementary Education " Mary Lou " — Theta Sigma Tau 3,4— NEA 2,4. EDWARD JOSEPH MULLIN 7 Haynes Street, Maynard Social Studies " Moon " — Dean ' s List 2 — Foot- ball 1,2.3,4— Silver Masque 2,4— Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4. BETSY DOROTHY MURDOCH 9 Claflin Street. Belmont Ele?nenta)y Education Dean ' s List 3.4 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4,5 — Northeastern Chorus 1,2,3,4.5 — Committee of 100 4,5 — Inter Varsity (Bible Study Group) 4,5 — Co-op: Northeast- ern University — Dodge Library, Milton Public School Depart- ment. DONALD HAROLD MURPHY 49 Nonantum Street. Brihton Social Studies — Histon ' Band 1.)— ROTC Band 1,2— Section Representative 1 — Prom Committee 1 — Chorus 4, KEVIN DAVID MURPHY 11 Lonsdale Street, Dorchester Social Studies " Murphy " — ROTC Flight Training Program — Co-op: Bos- ton State Hospital. SANDRA ANN NENART xnE 35 Grand Street, Canton Elementary Education " Sandy " — Lillian J. Kerr Award 1 — Dean ' s List 4 — Senior Class Board 5 (Ex-Officio) -Chi Pi Epsilon Sorority 4,5 (ISC Rep.) — Intersorority Council 5— Sen- ior Week Committee (Resort Day Chairman) — Student Coun- cil 2,3,5 -Husky Key 4,5 -Stu- dent National Educational As- sociation 4„5 — Modern Dance 1 CLEMENT GERALD O ' BRIEN Auburn, Maine Industrial Arts " O.B. " — Huskey Key 5 — Student Union 4,5 — Committee of 100 5. DAVID ROBERT SAWYER zrx 46 Warren Avenue, Hyde Park Elementary Education " Dave " — Dean ' s List 4 — Zeta Gamma Tau (Charter Brother) 3,4 (Vice-President) 5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2 (Drill Team) 3 (Pledge Officer)— Student Council 4 Sec- retary-Treasurer) 5 — Association United States Army Bronze Medal ROTC 4 — Distinguished Military Student — Huskey Key 4 — Co-op PAMELA McCOY SPOFFORD APA 8 Roderick Avenue, Beverly Elementary Education " Pam " — Dean ' s List 2,3.4,5 — Secretary Middler Class — Secre- tary Junior Class — Student Council Representative, Sopho- more Class — Delta Pi Alpha Sorority, (Charter Member) 4, (Treasurer) 5— Choir 2, Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 — Gamma Delta Society 1, (Soph Rep.) 2,3, (Jun- ior Rep.) 4, (President) LINDA ANN STEWART esT 35 Brook Street, Scituate English Education Theta Sigma Tau 3,4 — Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4— News 2— Tennis, Basketball 1— Political Club (Secretary-Treasurer) 1 — Co-op: Globe, Cohasset High School. JOAN FRANCES TETHER AHA 14 Hamilton Avenue, Dedham Elementary Education " Joanie " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4 — Kappa Iota Epsilon 3,4 (Vice-President)— Delta Pi Al- pha Sorority 3 (Historian), 4 (Secretary) — National Education Association 1,2,3,4 (Vice-presi- dent) — Gamma Delta 2,3,4— Stu- dent Union 1.2. DOROTHEA ANNE THOMPSON 372 North Main Street, Sharon English and Elementary Education " Thea " — N.U. Band 1,2,3,4 (Sec- retary)— Yacht Club 1,2,3,4— Na- tional Education Association 1, 2,3,4— Choral Society 1,2,3— Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4 — Silver Masque 12,3,4. ANTHONY FRANCIS TIEULI 31 Oxford Park, Revere Social Studies Dean ' s List Student 3 — Member of Alpha Psi Omega 4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 (Technical Mana- ger) 3 (Production Manager) 4,5 Alpha Psi Omega (Production Manager) — Co-op: Boston Pub- lic Library, Northeastern Uni- versity. JUDITH ANN WAX AHA 47 Suffolk Avenue, Swampscott Elementary Education and English " Judy " — Cora E. Richards Scholarship 1 — Dean ' s List Stu- dent 2,3,4,5— Delta Pi Alpha Sorority 4 (Pledge Mother) 5 — Student Union 1 — Gamma Delta Society 1,2,3 (Recording Secretary) 4 (President) 5 (Senior Representative) — Student Na- tional Educational Association RICHARD GORDON WHALEN 22 Waban Street, Natick Social Studies " Rich " — Dean ' s List 3 — Student National Education Association 5 — Co-op: Nickerson Children ' s Home. MORRIS WINN 60 Itasca Street, Mattapan Eyiglish " Moe " — Dean ' s List 1,3,4 — Co- op: Teaching Intern, Natick Public Schools — Married to: Roslyn Phyllis Cohen. ARLENE FRANCES WISSENBACH xnE 21 Autumn Circle, Canton Elementary Education President of Sophomore and Middler Class — Secretary of Sen- ior Class — Ford Scholarship 4 — Dean ' s List Student 3,4,5 — Homecoming Queen 4 — Wom- en ' s Residence President 3,4 — Class Cabinet 1 — Huskiers 1,2 — Modern Dance Group 1,2,3,4,5 JOHN CLAYTON PIGNATO 35 White Place, Brookline 46, Mass. Social Studies " Bootes " — Wm. H. Lincoln Scholarship 1960-61-62 - Deans List 1962-63-Little-All American Football team 1961 — National Educational Association 1,2,3,4,— President 5. D.M.S. Football 1,2, 3,4,— Track 2,3— Sports Announc- er—Section Representative— Co- op: Northeastern University JAMES W. BOYNTON 1 1 Fairmount Ave. Wakefield, Mass. JOSEPH J. DONAHUE 41 Sheppard Ave. Braintree, Mass. WILLIAM J. HUTCHINSON 443 Washington St. Braintree 84, Mass. FRANK E. MAXIM 21 Indian Neck Rd. Wareham, Mass. MARY P. O ' CONNELL 60 Healy Rd. Weymouth, Mass. DANIEL G. SEARS 52 Pebble Ave. Winthrop, Mass. CARL M. SMITH 6 Danforth Ave. Saugus, Mass. GEORGE B. WILKINS 29 Brington Rd. Brookline, Mass. HENRY W. DeKLERK 64 University Rd. Brookline, Mass. 251 PAUL FRANKLVN ADAMS John Street. HoWen Psychology " Paul " — Radio Club 2,3,4 (Pres- ident) 5 — Psychology Club ( J ' ice-presiden t) 4 ,5 — Sociology Club 4 — Co-op: Longview Farm, Walpole, Nickerson Home, Boston. NATHAN ADLEMAN 154 Shawmut Street. Chelsea Mathematics " Nate " — Trustee Scholarship 1 — Co-op: American Oil Prod- ucts Co., American Biltrite Rub- ber Co. — Married to: Goldie Kessel. Phi Alpha Theta First row. M. Wikstrom, N. Glidden, J. Lukaszewica, sec.-treas., A. Whitaher, vice pres., E. Tenofsky, historian, R. Poppolardo. Second row: P. Bookbinder, R. W hite, S. Ganczaruk, G. Rabinovitz, S. Sherfer. Third row: Prof. W. Bishop, Prof. S. Stembridge, Prof. P. Backstrom, Prof. N. Fullington. MARY LOUISE ANNE ANDERSON 32 Crattsland Road, Chesnut Hill History " Mary Lou " — Dean ' s List Stu- dent 2,3,4— Gamma Delta 2,3,4 (Historian). RONALD FRANKLIN ANDERSON 838 East Squantum Street North Quincy Mathematics " Ronnie " — Math Club 2— Co- op: Research Calculations Inc., Radio Corporation of America. CHARLES EDWARD BABE •I-BA 39 Belvoir Road, Milton History " Charlie " — Secretary Junior Class of 1963— Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4,5 (Secretan ) 4,5 (Pledge Master) 3,4— Football 1,2,3,4— Silver Masque 3 — Co-op: Stone Downer Co., Northeastern University, Bresnick Co. CLAIRE ESTELLE MARION BAKER 337 Green Street, Brockton Mathematics Silver Masque 1,2,3 Secretary) 4,5 (Presiderit)— Band 1,2,3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Prod- ucts, Inc. PAUL DAVID BARBELL 911 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston Mathematics " Paul " — Math Club 3,4,5 (Vice- President) 4 — Co-op: Raytheon Company 2,3,4,5 — Married to: Toby Fraida Lifsitz. WILLIAM DAVID BILLINGS 85 Sutton Street. Weymouth Chemistry " Bill " — Rifle Club 1,45— Amer- ican Chemical Society 3,4,5 (President) 5 — Co-op: Wey- mouth Art Leather Co., U.S. Army Quartermaster Research and Development Command. STANLEY E. BETTERMAN 94 Floyd Street, Boston Sociology " Stan " — Dean ' s List 4 — Sociol- ogy Club 2,3,4,5 (Treasurer) 2,4 (President) 5 — Student Union 2, 3— Rifle Club 1— Am. Inst. Chem. Eng. 2 — Co-op: North- eastern, Hanscom Field, Bed- ford, Wolf Research Dev., Hancom Field, Bedford, Re- search Calculations Inc. 2. d JUDITH LOVIS BARRETT 362 Broadway, East Lynn English — Journalism " Judy " — Dean ' s List 3,5 — Silver Masque 3,43-News 2-,3-CAUL- DRON 2,3 -N.U. Writer 2,3- Omega Sigma 2,3,4,5 — Fashion Council 3 — Hus-Skiers and Out- ing Club 2,3,4— Yacht Club 2,3 — Co-op: The Salem. Evening News. DAVID LEON BASHAW 1724 Washington, Walpole Mathematics " Dave " — ROTC Leadership Award 2 — . merican Institute of Physics 1,2,3 — American Rocket Society 2 — Co-op: M.I.T. Lin- coln Laboratory — Married to: .Annette C. Bashaw. PHYLLIS RHODA BERG 36 Cook Street, Lynn Histoiy — Sciences Dean ' s List 4,5— Nu Beta 1,2— History Club 4 — Student Union 1 — Hillel Society 1,4 — Omega Sigma Society 12,3,4 (Publicity Chairman) — Co-op: New Eng- land Center Hospital (Cancer Research), Boston, Massachu- setts. SANDRA AILEEN BLOMEN 9 Manchester Place, Natick Medical Technology " Sandy " — Dean ' s List 1 ,2 — Chorus 1,2,4 — Silver Masque 1, 2,3,4. RICHARD PETER BLOOM 24 Houston Avenue, Milton Political Science " Dick " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4-Phi Alpha Theta 4 (President) 5— Pi Sigma Alpha 4 (Vice-Presi- dent) 5— History Club 2,3.4,5— Rifle Club 1,2— Folk Music So- ciety 3 — Class Cabinet 3 — Soci- ology Club 4 — Co-op: Boston Globe, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Game, Boston State Hospital — Married to: Elisabeth Joan Laurie. WILLIAM PAUL BUSHEY 275 Prentice Street, Springfield Economics Co-op: Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co., Federal Power Commission. BARBARA LENNIE CARLSON 5 Lincoln Street, Milton Biologv " Barb " — Omega Sigma 1,2,3 (Room Committee Chairman) 4 (President) Lutheran Club 3, 4 (Executive Committee) — Chorus 1 — Band 1 — Dean ' s Committee 4 — Biology Club 1, 2,3,4. RICHARD HENRY CARLSON 24 Shangri-La Lane, Middletown, R.L Biology " Dick " — Skindiving Club 2— Biology Club 2,3,4,5— Co-op; Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Bos- ton Medical Laboratories, Saint Margrets Hospital. ANTHONY PANFILO CARNEVALE 409 Mountain Avenue, Revere Economics " Tony " — Pershing Rifles— SFC Assistant . djutant — Circulation Manager Northeastern News — Married to: Joanne M. Car- bone. RICHARD GRAYBILL CARTER 5 Hillside Court W., Morris Plains, N.J. Chemistry " Dick " — Distinguished Military Student 4 — American Chemical Society 3,4,5 — Co-op: Atlantic Gelatin — Married to: Beverly J. Rich. SHELDON HURD CARTY, JR. 174 Waiter Street. Roslindale Economics " Shelly " — Dean ' s List 4 — Stu- dent Union 3 — Section Repre- sentative 4 — Economics Club 4 — Co-op: Hayden Harding Buchannon, Curtis Publishing Co., Federal Power Commission. DOMINIC RALPH CARUSO 56 Upham Street, West Newton Biohgy " Dom " — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4— Biology Club 1 ,4 — Co-op: Parker Hill Medical Center, Boston Medical Laboratories — Married to: Jane Anderson. EDITH MARY CHAMPAGNE 17 Eleanor Road, Framingham Biology " Edie " — Dean ' s List Student 3, 4 — Gamma Delta — Biology Club (Treasurer) 4,5 — Co-op: State Department of Public Health. PAUL H. CHANDLER ZPT 139 Washington Street, Dorchester Mathematics " Paul " — Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4, .5 — Intra Mural Basketball 3 — Senior Week Committee — Co- op: .Avco Everett Research Lab- oratory. Left to Right Standing: Professors Wells and Davis. MALCOLM STEWART CHENEY 10 Trimount Street, Dedham Biology " Mac " — Co-op: New England Medical Center — Married to: Jacqueline A. Scribner. DAVID COHEN 60 Itasca Street, Mattapan Political Science " Dave " — Dean ' s List Student I, 2,3,4 — Political Science Honor Society — The Academy 4 — In- ternational Relations Club. American Chemical Society First row: M. Pierce, D. O ' Neil, Treasurer, D. Scott, Vice-President, Dr. Howell, Adviser, E. McGrath, J. Dubchansky, Secretary. Second row: R. A. Fowler, M. P. Nadler, R. G. Mallion, J. T. Harrington, A. J. Corcoran, J. F. Mullen. HARVEY BENJAMIN COHEN 206 Harvard Street, Dorchester Mathematics Math. 3 — . merican Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — Co-op: Avco Corp. KENNETH JOSEPH CONNORS 11 Woodbine Street, Quincy Pre-medical " Ken " — Dean ' s List Student 3, 4,5 — Biology Club 1,2,3,4,5— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Mallory Institute of Patholog), Boston City Hospital. ANDREW JOSEPH CORCORAN 69 Bartlett Street, Roxbury Chemistry " Andy " — Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 4 — .American Chem- ical Society 3.4 — Co-op: Nopco Chemical Company, Atlas Chemical Industries. PETER MARTIN COVE TE 29 Rockaway Avenue, Marblehead Sociology " Pete " — Merrill Levenger Awa rd (Tau Epsilon Phi) 3 — Best Paper of the Year Award (Sociology Club) 4 — Tau Epsi- lon Phi 1,2,3,4,5 (Corresponding Scribe, Recording Scribe, Vice- President, Student Representa- tive) BURTON COVITZ 19 Boulder Drive, Burlington Mathematics " Burt " — Dean ' s List ?,3,4,5 — Co-op: New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, Amer- ican Mutual Liability Insurance Company. CARLTON CLIFFORD CRAMB 6 Emmons Street, Franklin Biology " Carl " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Fresh- man Honor List — Freshman class cabinet — Nu Beta Society 1,4,5 — Intermural Basketball — Co-op: Pondville Hospital, Wal- pole. New England Medical Center, Boston — Married to: Nancy J. Molloy. ROBERT LEA DANCY V.A. Hospital, Lyons, New Jersey Political Sciejice " Bob " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,4,5— Class Board 3— Dept. of the Array Award — Middler of the Year 3 — Young Democrats 4,5 — Co-op: Tung-Sol Electric, Inc., Minneapolis-Honeywell — Married to: Barbara Joan Pratt. PAULA ANN DANIS e T 74 Ashton Street, Dorchester Mathematics Theta Sigma Tau Sorority (Treasurer)— SluAenl Union 2,3. 4 - Omega Sigma 1 ,2,3,4 - Folk Dance Group 2,3,4 — Co-op: Re- search Calculations, Chestnut Hill. JOHN HARVEY DA VSON 9-4 Boxfoi ' d Street. Lawrence Economics Chapel Choir 1 — Co-op: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Na- tional Shawmut Bank of Boston, Beverly Trust Company. RICHARD EARL DELOREY 6 Dennison Avenue, Sivampscott Mathematics " Dick " — Husky Key 2 — Rifle Club 2— Math Club 4,5— Amer- ican Rocket Society 4,5 — Class Cabinet 2,3.4.5 — Gen. Chairman of Senior Week — Co-op: Pea- body Municipal Light Co., Avco — Everette Research Laboratories JEAN ALBERTA DE MITA AHA 7 Evangeline Lane, Woburn History Gamma Delta 3,4 (Treasurer) — Delta Pi Alpha 4 — International Relations Club 3. JOSE de VALLET 320 Marlborough Street, Boston Biology Nu Beta Society 1,2,3 (Liaison Officer) 4 — Camera Club 1,2,3,4. American Chem. Soc. First row: J. Wolski, D. Howell, Jr., advisor, W. Billings, pres., S. Wentworth, vice pres., T. Groom, treas. Second row: R. Plovnick, L. Johnson, V. Pilette. ANN GERTRUDE DEVINE 156 East Border Road, Maiden English Student Union 2— CAULDRON 4. GENE FRANCIS DiBENEDETTO 91 Cedar Street, Somerville Biology Biology Club 1,5 — Newman Club 5— Co-op: Parker Hill Medical Center, Lahey Clinic, Carney Hospital. GERALDINE FRANCES Di PERI 314 Lucas Avenue, Kingston, New York English " Gerri " — Junior Class Repre- sentative — Achievement Award of Newman Club 4 — Newman Club 4,5 (Treasurer) — Jazz So- ciety 4 — Chorus 4 — CAUL- DRON 5 (Secretary) NEWS 4— Committee of 100. 4,5 — Social Representative of Girls Dormi- torv 5. MARYANN VERONICA DOBECK AHA 114 School Street, Franklin English Dean ' s List Student 2,3— Delta Pi Alpha 3,4 — Omega Sigma 1, 2,3 (Junior Representative) 4 — Naitonal Education Association 4. HARVEY JASON DREYFUS 86 Floyd Street, Dorchester Mathematics " Harv " — Freshman Honor List -Dean ' s List 2,3-Rifle Ckib 1 — NEWS 1.2,3,4 — Mathematics Club 3— ARS 4— Co-op: Syl- vania Electronic Systems. JUDITH LEE DUBCHANSKY 3 Dana Street, Revere Chemistiy " Judy " — Band 1 5,3,4,5— Amer- ican Chemical Society 3,4 (Sec- retary) 5 — Student Union 5 (Publicity Chairman) — Co-op: Cancer Research Institute. CLAIRE ANN DUBOIS 17 Greenville Street, Pinehurst Mathematics Omega Sigma Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Society of Women Engineers 4, 5— SNEA 5— Co-op: Northeastern University. DENISE MARIE DUFFY 48 Bussey Place, Dedham Political Science Northeastern News 1 ,2 — Librar- ian 2 — Gamma Delta 1 — Co-op: Northeastern University Li- brary, Allied Purchasing Corp., Jordan Marsh Co., Common- wealth of Massachusetts. DAVID AUSTIN EARLE Templeton Road, Fitzwilliam New Hampshire Mathematics " Dave " — Dean ' s List Student 4, 5 — Columbian National Life Insurance Company Scholarship 3 — Hartford Life Insurance Company Scholarship 4— Distin- guished Military Student 5 — Mathematics Club 2 — Co-op: New England Mutual Life In- surance Company. ROBERT PAUL ELDREDGE ZPT 4 Poplar Road, Wellesley Biology " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3 — Zeta Gamma Tau Fraternity 4,5 — Cheerleader 5 — Co-op: Lahey Clinic, Quartermaster Corp, Re- tina Foundation. THOMAS FOSTER EMERY r-tK 24 White Oak Lane, Fairport, New York Econojnics " Tom " — Gamma Phi Kappa 2, 3,4,5 (Pledgemaster) 3, (Trea- surer) 4 — Sports Car Club 5 — Co-op: Pistorino Co. Inc., American Biltrite Rubber Co. Inc. DENNIS ALBERT ENGLEHART 41 2 Collins . ' venue, Amesbury Industrial Arts " Denny " — Husky Key 4,5 — Stu- dent Union 4,5. ALMA S. EVANS XHE 33 Crawford Street, Dorchester Medical Technology " Al " — Modern Dance Workshop 1,2,3,4,5— Debating Society 1— Silver Masque 2,3— Chi Pi Ep- silon 1,2,3,4,5 (Treasurer)— Co- op: Lahey Clinic — Married to: William Evans. LINDA ANN EVANS 24 F Street, South Boston English Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Chorus 1 — Gamma Delta 1-NEWS 1,2 (Rewrite Ed- itor) 2-Silver Masque 1 ,2,3 (Sec- retary) 4,5— Co-op: Boston Globe, Allied Purchasing Corporation, Northeastern University Li- brary. DANIEL WALROD FENNER, JR. 151 Maple Street, Framingham History " Shorty " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3— History Club 3. RICHARD PAUL FLYNN 100 Fremont Street, Somerville Physics " Dick " — American Institute o£ Physics 3,4,5 — Co-op: Research Calculations Co., Itek Corp. RICHARD HOWARD FOX 152 Callender Street, Dorchester Biology " Dick " — Biology Club 4 (Vice- President) 5 (President) — Co-op: Bio-Research Inc. ALYCE R. FRASER 130 Franklin Street, Milton Sociology Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2— Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5— Student Union 1,2 — Chapel Choir 1 ,2— Sociology Club 1,2, 3,4,5 — Co-op: Sears, Roebuck Co., Fairfield State Hospital, Conn,, Mass. Department of Education, Mass. Department of Public Welfare, Division of Child Guardianship. ELIZABETH MAY FROST 195 Davis Avenue, Brookline English Journalism " Liz " — NEWS 2.3,4 (Feature Re- unite Editor Feature Editor) —Silver Masque 3— Drama Work- shop 3,4 — Student Union 2,3 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4 — Co-op: Boston Globe. Left to Right: Professors Rubin, Pitkin, and Ferdinand. FREDERICK VINCENT GIFUN 99 Parkton Road, Jamaica Plain History " Fred " — Freshman Honor Roll — Phi Sigma Alpha 3,45 — New- man Club 1,2,3,4,5 — Jazz Society 1— Rifle Club 1— Co-op: Eaton Howard Investment Co., Fed- eral Power Commission, North- eastern University — Thom Mc- n Shoe Co. SAMUEL RICHARD GANCZARUK 112 Ronald Road, .-Arlington English " Sam " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3— Phi , lpha Theta 3,4 — Contestant on " GE College Bowl " — Student Union 1. PETER CHARLES GIANOUKOS 297 Cambridge Street, Boston Chemistry " Pete " , " Greek " — ROTC Lead- ership Award 3 — Distinguished Military Student 4,5 — Section Representative 1,2,3 — ROTC (First Sergeant) — American Chemical Society 3,4 (Vice- President) 5 — Orthodox Club 1 AFCEA 1,2,3 — Co-op: B. B. Chemical Co., Acme Type Metal Co., Bakers Chocolate STEPHEN JOEL GREEN 40 Spring Street, Maiden English — Journalism " Steve " — NEWS Achievement . ward 45 — Dean ' s List 1,3 — NEWS 2 (Rewrite Editor) 3 (Neu ' s Editor) 4 (Editor-in-chief) 5-CAULDRON 3,4 (Historian) 5— Phi Beta Alpha 4 (Publicity Chairman) 5-NU WRITER 2 (Promotion Manager) 3,4,5 — Husky Hi-liters 3,4,5 — Silver Masque 2,3-Studio Theatre 4,5 KENNETH JOSEPH GREW 36 Codman Road, Norwood Biology " Kenny " — Student Representa- tive 2.3 — President Biology Club 4 — Basketball 1 — Section Rep. I — Co-op: Sturdy Memorial Hos- pital, Lahey Clinic. Phi Alpha Theta R. Madden, R. Bloom, President, J. Lukaszewicz, Secretary-Treasurer. RICH.ARD ARTHUR GRIFFIN 24 Madelyne Road, Norwood Political Science " Dick " — Student Union 3,4 — Student Representative 2,3 — Co-op: Hayden, Harding Buchanan, Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, Federal Power Commission. THEODORE GROOM 81 Lake Street, . bington Chemistry " Ted " — .American Chemical So- ciety 3,4,5 — Co-op: Wilbur and Villiams Co., Institute of Bio- logical and Medical Sciences. WILLIAM ARTHUR H.ARTING 95 Ardale Street, Roslindale English ■Bill " — NEWS ' 2.3 (News Edi- tor), 4 (Managing Editor), 5 (Edi- tor-in-Chief). JOHN THOMAS HARRINGTON t rii 26 Elsbree Street, Fall River Chemistry " Big John " — Deans List— Fresh- man Honor List — .American Chemical Society 5— IFC Repre- sentative for Phi Gamma Pi 3— Social chairman for Phi Gamma Pi 3 — Co-op: General Foods, Radio Corporation of America. ROBERT FRANCIS HENNESSEY 145 Pleasant Street, Dorchester English — Journalism " Bob " Dean ' s List Student 3.4 — Co-op: Boston Globe, Boston Traveler. THOM.AS JOSEPH HENSHON 98 Parsons Street. Brighton Economics " Tom " — Dean ' s List 3— Golf 2, 3.4-Jazz Societv-S.A.M. 2-Eco- nomics Group — Intermural Sports — Co-op: Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, Rogers and Sands Employment Service. DANIEL DUNCAN HIGGINS 14 Dudley, Cambridge Political Science " Dan " — History Club 2,3,4,5 (President) — Co-op: Boston .Mu- tual Life Ins. Co. ROBERT CHARLES HOLDEN 39 Georgia Road, Weymouth Physics " Bob " — American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,5 (Chairman) - Senior Week Committee — Co- op: Lahey Clinic, Texas Instru- ments. J ' -mr PETER ASSER HOLOPAINEN 48 Albeitina Street, Quincy Sociology " Pete " — Dean ' s List 2 — Psychol- ogy Club and Sociology Club 2, 3— Nicherson Home, Boston State Hospital, Cabot Corporation. LEWIS HENRY JOHNSON 123 North Main Street, Mansfield ChemistiT " Lew " — Henry Francis Barrows Scholarship 3,4.5— Class Cabinet 4,5 — American Chemical Society 3,4,5-Co-op: Arthur D. Little Inc . ROBERT lAPPINI 3 River Road, Somerville Physics Chess Club 1,2,3 — American In- stitute of Physics 3,4,5 — Bridge Club 5 — Co-op: Bemis Bros. Bag Co., Cabot Corporation. FREDERICK NEWTON INGHAM 28 Mascoma Street, Wollaston Physics " Terry " — Dean ' s List Student 1, 2,3,5 — The Academy 4,5 — Amer- ican Institute of Physics 4 (Treasurer), 5 (Presidetit)— judo Club 4 — Co-op: Raytheon Com- pany. HARVEY ALLEN JONES 104 Jerome Street, West Medford Economics " Harv " — ROTC band 2 years- Student Union 3— A.F.C.E.A. 4— Jazz Society 3 — Co-op: Pistorino Company, Boston Public Li- brary. Left to Right: Professors Wil- marth, Overcash, Friedrich, and Ruggles, Department of Natural Science. ROBERT ALAN JORDAN 24 Center Street, Woburn English " Bob " — History Club 2,3,4,5— NEWS 2,3,4,5— WRITER 2,3,4, 5 — International Relations Club 5 — Jazz Society 4,5 — Co-op: Bos- ton Globe. GERALD MARTIN KANE 23 Dumas Street, Dorchester " Gerry " — Debating Society 2. Left to Right: Professors Morse and Skiffington. HAROLD KERZNER 33 Winston Road, Dorchester Mathematics ■■Hal " — Basketball 2,3,4— Co-op: Wolf Research and Develop- ment, Radioactivity Research Center — M.I.T. STEPHEN WALTER KANE zrT 102 Grant Street, Lynn Sociolog) ■■Steve " — Zeta Gamma Tau 1,2, 3,4, (Pledge Master) 3,4, (Execu- tive Chairman) 5 — Sociology Club 1,2,3,4- Russian Club 2— German Club 3. MARTINN KANTROVITZ 9 Boyden Street, Dorchester Political Science ■■Marty " — International Rela- tions Club 4 — Married to. Gerda Georgian. SILVIA KRISCIUKAITIS 421 Quincy Street, Dorchester Psychology Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Gamma Delta 1,2— Sociology Club 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Massachusetts General Hospital, Quartermaster Re- search St Engineering Command. CHARLES WILLIAM KROEN, JR. 5 Walter Street, Salem Psychology ■■Charlie " — Dean ' s List 3 — Psy- chology Club 4,5 — Co-op: Lin- coln Foods Inc., Waterlac Finish Co., United Fund, Mass. Mental Health Center. PETER KULSA 99 Cameron Road, Norwood Chemistry ■ ' Pete " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — . ' Academy 4,5 — American Chem- ical Society 3,4,5 (President) — Class Board 1 — Co-op: Arthur D. Little, Northeastern Univer- sity. SOLOMON KUTZ Central St., Topsfield Biology " Sol " — Essay . ' Vward-Sociology Department — Sociology Club 3, 4,5 — Biology Society — Nu Beta 1,2,3,4,5 (President) — Co-op: Boston Medical Laboratory, Harvard Medical School. JOHN FRANCIS LUKASZEWICZ 188 Boston Street, Dorchester English — Journalism " Luke " , ■■J.L. " — Phi Alpha Theta 3,4 (Secretary-Treasurer) — Kosciuszko Foundation Schol- arship 4 — The Newspaper Fund Inc. Internship Scholarship 4 — NEWS 2,3,4 (Advertising Man- ager)— N.V. Writer 2,3,4 (Man- aging £d! or)— CAULDRON 2, 3— Committee o£ 100 3.4 (Char- ter Member) — History Club 2,3, MITCHELL CHARLES LYNCH 140 Mendon Street, Hopedale English — Journalism " Mitch " — Deans List 2,3.45— CAULDRON 4,5 Editor-in- chief)— yiEWS 3,4 (Neu ' S Editor) 5 — Jazz Society 1,2,3 (Executive Board) Class Alumni Association ( J ' ice-fjresident)— Co-op: Worces- ter Telegram-Gazette. RICHARD KINNEY MADDEN 35 Terrace . veniie, Methiien History " Dick " — Dean " s List 3,4J5 — History Club 2.3,4,5 (President) — Radio Club 1 — International Relations Club 1 — Sociology So- ciety 3 — Phi Alpha Theta 4,5 — Co-op: Boston Herald-Traveler Corp., Boston Mutual Life Ins. Co. PATRICIA ANN MAHONEY 4 Richfield Street, Dorchester Physics " Pat " — Senior Class President — Junior Class Vice-President — Middler Class Ex-Officio to Stu- dent Council— Rifle Club 1,2,3, 4,5— Women ' s Rifle Team 1,2,3, 4,5— Varsity Rifle Team 2,3,4 — . merican Institute of Physics 1, 2,3 (Secretary), 4 (Secretary), 5 (Vice - President) — American Rocket Society 3,4 (Secretar) ' ), 5 —Omega Sigma 1,2,3 (Secretary), " " fc. Mini GEORGENE MARIE MAJIKAS 235 " B " Street, Girardville, Pennsylvania Medical Technology " George " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4-Student Union 1,2,3-Nu Beta 1,2 -Newman Club 1,2 — Omega Sigma 1,2,4 — Medical Technologist Club 4. DIANE JEANNETTE MALOOF XIIE 373 Cedar Street, Dedham Sociology " Di " — Gamma Delta 12 (Soph- omore Rep.) 3 (Director) 4 — Husky Key 2.3.4.5— Class Cabi- net 2.3,4,5— Sociology Club 3,4, 5— Chi Pi Epsilon 4,5 Corre- sponding Secretary) — Co-op: New England Deaconness Hos- pital. Jordan Marsh, First Na- tional Bank, United Community Services, ROBERT JOSEPH MALVESTA 12 Montilio Street, Quincy Biology " Bob " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Class Section Representative 4,5 — Biology Club 4,5 — Senior Week Committee — Co-op: Bio-Re- search Institute. FRANK ELLSWORTH MAXIM III 21 Indian Neck Road, Wareham English " Tim " — NEA 1,2— AFGEA 1,2 — Band and Orchestra 1,2 — ROTC Band 1,2.3— Co-op: New Bedford Standard-Times, Wren- tham State School. PHILIP RICHARD MC CABE 276 No. Beacon Street, Brighton Psychology " Phil " — Section Representative 2,3— Football, Varsity 2,3,4 fCa - tain) — Track, Varsity 2 — SNEA 3,4,5— Co-op: Northeastern Uni- versity — Married to: Beth H. Bangs. FRED ARTHUR MC CORMACK 89 Goddard Street, Quincy English -Journalism Co-op: Boston Globe, Needham Times, Quincy Patriot Ledger. Kappa Iota Epsilon: First Row: F. Marsh, advisor, D. Backman, pres., J. Tether, vice pres., B. Friedrich, advisor. Second Row: B. Murdock, M. Thurber, J. Wax, sec.-treas., M. Winn. E LIZABETH IRENE MC LUCAS 210 Summer Street, Somerville History " Tree " — Coop: Boston Public Library. Professor Friedman, Department of Physics. DIANNE H. MELAIKA 468 East Seventh Street, South Boston Psychology Dean ' s List 4,5 — Gamma Delta 1 —Husky Key 1— Sociology Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: First National Bank of Boston, Allied Purchas- ing Corp., John Hancock Mu- tual Life Insurance Company. GERALDINE MARIE MENDES ' 6 Bodwell Street, Somerset Physics " Gerry " — American. Institute of Physics 1,2 (Secretary), 5— Omega Sigma— Basketball 12,3,5— Girls Sports Association 4 (vice-presi- dent), 5— Co-op: Raytheon Com- pany. JOAN RUTH MERCHANT 425 Broadway, Cambridge English Dean ' s List 4 — Gamma Delta (Corresp. Sec.) 3 — Modern Dance 1,2— Basketball 1,2— Co-op: Bos- ton Public Library RICHARD OMER MICHAUD 28 William St., Lynn Mathematics " Dick " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3 —Pegasus 2,3— Co-op: Wolf Re- search and Development Corp., Sylvania Electronics. THOMAS KENNETH MORANI 10 Monmouth St., East Boston Biology " Tom " -Biology Club 1,2,3,4,5- Rifle Club 3— Co-op: University of Massachusetts. EDWARD FRANCIS MULCAHY 28 Hilltop Street, Boston History " Ed " — Band 2,3— ROTC Band 2— History Club 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Boston Globe. CORNELIUS JAMES NOONAN 11 Elmhurst St., Dorchester English -Journalism " Connie " — Freshman Honor List —Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— The Acad- emy 4,5 — Honors Program in English 4,5 — Nomination for Woodrow Wilson Foundation Fellowship 5 — Sears B. Condit Award 5— NEWS 3,4,5— Co-op: The Boston Globe — Married to: Loretta Tafolla. LILLIAN JANE O ' CONNOR xnE 184 Somerset Ave.. Winthrop Economics " Lil " — Dean ' s List Student 1,2,3, 4,5 — , lumni .Award 5 — Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4,5 (President)— Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5-N.U. News 1,2- Class Cabinet 3— .Academy 4,5 (President) — Senior Week Com- mittee - CAULDRON - Co-op: R. H. Stearns Company, New England Telephone and Tele- graph C(. JOSEPH STANLEY OLDZ 38 Kempton Street, Boston Psychology ■Joe " — Dean ' s List 3 — American Institute of Physics .2 — Rifle Club L2,3— Psychology Club 4,5 — Co-op: Godfrey L. Cabot, Mas- sachusetts Mental Health Center. MICHAEL JOHN OSULLIVAN 109 Wilbur Street, Everett Biology " Mike " — Dean ' s List 4 — Biology Club 1,2,3,4.5 (vice-pres.) — SV.i Club 3.4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern University, Tufts University. THOMAS AUGUSTINE OTOOLE 47 Locust Street, New Bedford English " Tom " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,45 — Sociology Club 4,5 — Co- op: Boston Globe, New Bedford Institution for Savings, Hough- ton Mifflin Publishing Co. % KATHLEEN ELAINE PACHECO 15 Staten Road, Braintree Sociology " Kathy " — Sociology ■ Society 3 (Secretary), 4 (vice-pres.) 5— Co- op: The Boston Globe, Fairfield State Hospital. MICHAEL JOSEPH PARR 17 Jean Road. Arlington Eco7iomics " Mike " — Dean ' s List 3 — Co-op: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Tucker Anthony R. L. Day. WILLIAM ALBERT PARR 112 Millet St.. Dorchester Mathematics " Bill " — Dean ' s List Student A5 — Sociology Club -} — Young Demo- crats—Co-op: Technical Opera- tions Inc., Photon Inc., .AVCO Corp.— Married to: Carol Ann Baker. RALPH FREDERICK PARSONS, JR. 361 Great Road, Acton Psychology Dean ' s List 4 — Sociology Society 2,3,4,5 — Psychology Society 4,5 — Co-op: Metropolitan State Hos- pital, United States Army Re- search Institute of Environ- mental Medicine. ALVIN SHELDON PARVEN AEn 36 Campbell Avenue, Revere Political Science " Al " — Dean ' s List 4 — Alpha Ep- silon Pi 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5 (Presi- dent) — Class Council 3 — Co-op: National Shawmut Bank, Jordan Marsh Co. VALTER LEO PERRY Good Luck Trailer Court Salem Depot, N.H. Mathematics Dean " s List 4 — NEWS 2,3,4,5 (Art Erfifor)— CAULDRON 2.3,4 (Art £diio)-) WRITER 2,3,43— Art Club 1 — Co-op: Research Calcu- lations, Lincoln Foods Inc. — Married to: Stella C. Pepin. ANNE HARRIET POMEROY 93 Neal Street, Portland, Maine History Dean ' s List 3 — Omega Sigma 1, 2,3 — Jazz Society 1,2 — Co-op: First National Bank of Boston, Robbins Library, Arlington, Jor- dan Marsh Co.. New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. CVROL LEIGH R,4JOPPI 2 Prospect Place, Springfield Economics Dean ' s List Student 2 — Silver Masque I— Husky Key 1,2,3,4— Student Representative 3 — Presi- dent of Girl ' s Dormitory 2. MILDRED ANN REARDON AHA 1301 Main Street, Tewksbury Biology " Mimi " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 34, — President ' s Award 4 — Junior Ring Award 4 — Nu Beta 2,3,4,5 —Woman of the Year Award 5 — Newman Club 2,3,4,5 — Delta Pi Alpha 4,5 (vice-pres.) — Inter- sorority Council 5 (Secretary) — Girls ' Sports Assoc. 4,5 (Pres.) — Girls ' Varsity Basketball Team 3,4 (asst. mgr.) ROBERT FREDERICK REDENTE 59 Hawthorne St., New Britain, Conn. Mathematics " Bob " — Silver Masque 3 — New- man Club 4 (Treasurer) 5 (vice- pres.) — Co-op: Bristol Company. RICHARD LEE REUBLINGER 590 First Parish Road, Scituate Mathematics ■Reub " - AFCE.- 4,5 - Co-op: Littauer Statistical Laboratory, Harvard Univ., Norfolk County Trust Company. DOROTHY ANN RICHARDSON 72 Bayley St., Westwood Modern Languages " Ann " — Yacht Club 1 — Interna tional Relations Club 4. ANNE MARIE ROBILLARD AHA 100 Nantasket Avenue, Hull History -Economics-Education Dean ' s List 2,4,5 — Secretary of Sophomore Class — Class Cabinet 2,4,5 — Silver Masque 1 — Jazz So- ciety 2 — Gamma Delta 1.2 (Treas.) 3,4 (vice-pres.) 5 (Senior Representative) — Delta Pi Alpha Sorority 4,5 — Co-op: United Fund of Greater Boston, Com- monwealth of Massachusetts — Division of Fisheries Game, THOMAS DAVID ROSATO 10 Emmons Street, East Boston Mathematics " Tom " — Dean ' s List 4 — Math Club 2 — Co-op: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Pi Sigma Alpha First row: G. Rabinovitz, pres., R. Bloom, vice pres. Second row: N. W ' ikstrom. D. Cohen. ELEANOR FRANCES RYAN 369 Arlington St., Watertown Physics Omega Sigma Society 1,2,3 (Cab- inet) 4 (vice-pres.) 5 (President) — American Institute of Physics 1.2,3— Radio Club I (Secretary) — Society of Vomen Engineers 3,4,5 (vice-pres.) — Co-op: Allied Research Co., Inc., Raytheon Co. SHEILA MARY RYAN 102 Hillcrest P ' kway. Winchester Biology Newman Club 2.3,4,5 — Student Union 3,4,, ' ) — Biology Club 4,5 — Co-op: Lahey Clinic. DAVID FREDERICK SCOTT 30 Eddy Street, Waltham Chemistry " Dave " — Dean ' s List 2.4 — Bi- ology Club 1,2,3,4,5 — .American Chemical Society 3,4,5 (vice- pres.) — Co-op: Wirthmore Feeds Inc., New England Med. Center. PETER VAVNE SELKOWE 161 West 16th St., New York English -Journalism Dean ' s List Student 3,4 — SKP essay contest winner 2 — Debate Council 1,2 (Manager) 3 (Pres.) 4 — Young Democrats 1,2.3 (vice- pres.) — NEWS 2,3 — Silver Masque Workshop 3 — Husky Hi- Liters 4 — Camera Club 1,2 (vice- pres.) 3 — Committee of 100 3,4 — Co-op: Boston HERALD, Need- ham TIMES. GAIL MAIDA SILVERSTEIN XHE 36 Addington Rd.. Brookline Biology " Gave " — Freshman Honor Roll — Student Union 1,2 — Chapel Choir 1,2 (Sfcrf an ' J— Vomen ' s RiHe Team 1— Chorus 1,2.3— Husky Key 3,45 (Corresponding Secretaiy}— Silver Masque 12,3, 4.5 — Chi Pi Epsilon Sorority (Charter Member) 3,4,5 (vice- pres.)— Husky Hi-Liters 5 GEORGE ARTHUR SILVERMAN 102 Bradstreet Ave., Revere Physics Dean ' s List Student 3,4 — Amer- ican Institute of Physics 2,3,4 (vice-pres.) 5 (President) — Amer- ican Rocket Society 3 (Chmn., Electronics Com.) 4 (vice-pres.) 5 (President) — Co-op: Research Calculations, Inc., Avco Research Advanced Development— Mar- ried to: Shelly Bielinki. JOHN ARTHUR SLATTERY 293 Forest Street, Maiden Physics Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5 — RiHe Club 1— Newman Club 12, 3.4 (external affairs officer) 5 (Presidefit) — American Institute of Physics 1,2 — Debate Council 2,3 (President) 4— Co-op: North- eastern University, Itek Corp. JASON ALLEN SOKOLOV 72 Central Street, Peabody History " Jay " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Dis- tinguished Military Student — Pershing Rifles Silver Medal — Pershing Rifles Bronze Medal — Pershing Rifles Drill Team Award— Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4,5 (Drill team, First Sergeant, Ad- jutant, Regt. PIO, Inspector Gen- eral) —Scahhard Blade 4,5 — Phi Alpha Theta 4,5 — AFCEA 1,2 — Co-op: Robbins Library, Prof. Roberts CELIA HILLMAN SPENCE XHE 5 Cherry Street, Windsor, Vt. Psychology " Celi " — Class Representative 1 — Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4-Husky Key 3,4 — Chorus 1,2— Nu Beta 1— Co- op: Harvard University. RUSSELL ARTHUR STEVENS 20 Prince St., Brockton Mathematics " Russ " — Basketball 1 — Co-op: Brockton Edison Co. KENNETH DANIEL STUART 12 Newcastle Road, Boston Biology " Kenny " — Dean ' s List 4 — Nu Beta 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: University of Massachusetts. Waltham Field Station, Boston Medical Lab. LEO VINCENT SULLIVAN 17 Pequossette St., Watertown Economics " Sully " — Dean ' s List 2,3,43 — Phi Alpha Theta 4 — Newman Club 1,2— Co-op: H. P. Lambert, John Hancock, Boston Mutual. irm. iS ■l JOYCE CAROL SWEET 26 Marlboro St., Dedham Biology " Joy " — Hus-skiers 1,2,3,4— Stu- dent Union 1,2,3— Yacht Club 2,3,4 — Co-op: Lahey Clinic. Professor Norbert Fullington, Assistant Professor of History. ANITA THORMAHLEN FLAN. GAN 27 Russell Street, Waltham Mathematics Deans List Student 2,3,4,5 — -American Institute of Physics 2 —Silver Masque 2— Rifle Club 2,3,4,5 (Secretary-Treasurer) — Co-op: Raytheon Company — Married to: Shaun M. Flanagan. DAVID LAWRENCE TWEEDY 23 Paul Bunker Drive, Taunton Physics " Dave " — Dean ' s List 4 — Ameri- can Institute of Physics 2,3,4,5 (Secretary) — Co-op: Research Calculations, Avco-Rad. ANTHONY VALLELY 104 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown English American Institute of Physics 1,2 (vice-pres.) — Co-op: Research Calculations. ROBERT JOHN WALSH 72 Boyle Road, Brockton Physics " Bob " — Dean ' s List 1,3 — Ameri- can Institute of Physics 2,3,4j — American Rocket Society 3,4,5 (Secretary, Treasurer) — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op: Avco-Everett Research Laboraotry. tSssr STANLEY EARL WENTWORTH 24 Union Street, Natick Chetnistry " Stan " — Dean ' s List Student 3,4 — American Chemical Society — Student Chapter 3,4,5 (vice-pres.) Rifle Club 1,2,5— Co-op: Quarter- master Research Engineering Command. ROBERT JOHN WETMORE 9 New Haven St., West Roxbury Physics " Bob " — Dean ' s List Student 3 — American Institute of Physics 1,4,5 — Section Representative 2,3 — Coop: Raytheon Co., M.l.T. Lincoln Laboratory. RICHARD H. RVEY WILDER NEZ 67 Harwood Avenue, Littleton Psychology " Dick " — Psychology Club 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers Outing Club 3,4,5 (vice-pres.) — Committee of 100 5 —Co-op: Wolf Research De- velopment Corp., Syhania Elec- tronic Systems, Inc. CLAIRE ALICE WILLIAMS 455 Foundry St., Easton Biology Freshman Honor Roll — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Gamma Delta 2,4,5 — Biology Club 2,4,5 — Dormitory (President) 2 — Co-op: Lahey Clinic. NELSON WIKSTROM 199 East Foster St., Melrose Political Science " Nels " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3.4.5 — Honors Pro- gram 4,5— Sociology Society 2,3,4 — Young Democrats 2,3,4 (Sec- retary) 5 (vice-pres.) — Pi Sigina Alpha 3,4j— Phi Alpha Theta 4,5 — The Academy 5 — Debate Society 4,5 (Secretary) — Co-op: Mass. Rating and Inspection Bu- reau, Boston GLOBE. PHYLLIS ELAINE WOLFF 19 Rosewood St.. Mattapan Mathematics Freshman Honor Roll 1 — Dean ' s List 2,3.4 — Radio Club 1 — American Institute of Physics 1 — Student Union 2 — Omega Sig- ma 1.2,3 (Social Chairman) 5 {Treasurer)— K e Club 2— Ac- ademy 4,5 (Secretary-Treasurer) — Co-op; Research Calculations, A co Research Laboratory. JANET DIANE WOLSKl 289 High Street, Bridgewater Chemistry " Jan " — American Chemical Soc. 3,4 (vice-pres.) 5 — Student Union 5 — Girls ' Varsity Basketball 1,2 — Co-op: Mallory Institute of Pathology, Northeastern Uni- ersity. T ' W ' % JAMES WILLIAM WOODLOCK 70 Eddy Street, West Newton History " Bill " . " Woody " — bean ' s List 2 — ROTC Leadership Achieve- ment Award — Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 — Basketball 1,2 — Co-op: Boston Herald-Traveler Sports Dept. FREDERICK CLIFFORD WYNN 157 East Cottage St., Dorchester Pre-Legal " Fred " - AFCEA 2,3,4,5 - Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship 4,5 —Jazz Society 2,3— Political Club 5— Co-op: Powers Hall, Mont- gomery Weston, Boston Her- ald-Traveler Corp., Boston Globe —Married to: Janet Andersen. LOUIS GEORGE XIARHOS 53 Charter Street, Salem Chemistry " Lou " — Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Boston St. ROBERT IRWIN YANOVER 6 lola Street, Dorchester Alathematics " Bob " — Russian Club 2.3 — Math Club 2.3— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Avco-Everett Research Lab., Re- search Calculations. GEORGE YPHANTES 15A Greymere Road. Brighton Political Science " Golden Greek " — History Club 2.3— Rifle Club 1— AFCEA 3,4— Co-op: Boston Globe. ORTWIN ZWECK VON ZWECKENBURG 288 Commonwealth Ave., Boston Physics Emil Matthew Bauer Scholarship 1,4— American Institute of Phys- ics 2,3,4,5 (Treasurer) — Co-op: Cabot Corporation. Standing: Professor R. Davis, Left to Right: Professors Holden, Meserve, and Wells. JOHN XENAKIS, JR. 11 Gale Avenue, Haverhill Modern Languages " Zack " — Pershing Rifles 1,2 (bat- talion adjutant) 3 (battalion ex- ecutive officer) 4 (regimental ad- jutant operations officer) 5 (regimental commander) — Scab- bard Blade 3,4,5 (military liai- son officer)-V.OTC 1st Battal- ion Commander 5— Co-op: Bos- ton Public Library, Pentucket Five-Cent Savings Bank, Home Savings Bank Professor Meserve, Art Department. DAVID C. ANDERSON 157 Haverhill St. No. Reading, Mass. DAVID B. AfJDERSON 75 Roseland Terr. Longmeadow 6, Mass. JOHN A. ANDERSON 51 Parsons Ave. Lynnfield, Mass. FRANK BENOIT 394 Meridian St. E. Boston, Mass. GEORGE I. BLAISDELL Box 243 Main St. Billerica, Mass. STEPHEN D. BOWERS 72 Englewood Ave. Everett, Mass. EUGENE J. CALLANAN 16 Pillon Rd. Milton, Mass. HUGH COCKRILL Sherborn, Mass. ROBERT L. DAVIS 45 French St. Westvifood, Mass. JOHN W. ELLIOTT 1 5 Shore Dr. N. Weymouth, Mass. JOHN J. DURKIN 69 Jennings Rd. Waltham, Mass. ROBERT CORNELIUS 19 Dartmouth St. Lynn, Mass. RICHARD T. FORD 99 Grant St. Lynn, Mass. CHARLES C. GIFFORD, JR. 4 Newport Rd. Cambridge 40, Mass. ROBERT A. GOLDMAN 19 Colgate Rd. Marblehead, Mass; JOHN T. GORAS 35 Newport St. Dorchester 25, Mass. MARYANN GORSKI WILLIAM G. HENDERSON 76 Carolina Ave. Jamaica Plain, Mass. KENNETH J. HUTTON 69 Purdon Ave. Lynn, Mass. LAWRENCE A. JOHNSON 105 Rock St. Norwood, Mass. SOLOMON KATZ Central St. Topsfield, Mass. WILLIAM J. MULLEN, JR. 23 Neponset Ave. Hyde Park 36, Mass. ARTHUR J. MACDONNELL 3 Chester Rd. Belmont, Mass. RUSSELL L. PETERSON 72 Oakland Ave. VVoUaston 70, Mass. WARREN F. MORRIS 91 Westland Ave. Boston 16, Mass. LOUIS MUSTO 33 Robin Rd. Wakefield, Mass. MELVIN P. NADLER 32 Union St. Everett, Mass. ROBERT A. PERRY, JR. 1447 Blue Hill Ave. Mattapan, Mass. ROBERT F. ROCHE 85 Cambridge Rd. Woburn, Mass. ROBERT M. SHEA 53 Ridgewood Lane Melrose, Mass. JOHN V. WHITE 97 Bloomfield St. Dorchester, Mass. RICHARD A. WHITE 7 Whitman St. Dorchester, Mass. College of ENGINEERING 271 GEORGE JOSEPH ANTONUCCI. JR. 370 Broadway, Maiden Mechanical ASME 5 — Coop: Lawson Ma- chine and Tool Co., Scully Sig- nal Co. NORM.VN GEORGE AMERO 1076 Campbell Ave., West Haven, Conn. Mechanical " Norm " — ASME 2,3,4.,5 (Treas.) — Co-op: Armstrong Rubber Co. — Married to: Barbara McNulty. JON ERIC AUSTAD 529 Mitchell Road, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Mechanical " Doctor " — Gamma Phi Kappa 2,3 (I.F.C. Representative) 4 (vice-pres.) 5 — Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — ASME 5 — Co-op: Portland Copper Tank Works, KENNETH RALPH AYERS 30 Ellsworth . ve., Beverly Mechanical " Ken " — .ASME 2,3.4,5 — Co-op: United Shoe Machinery Corp. DONALD VINTON BAKER, III 8 Chiswick Rd., Brookline Mechanical " Terry " — SAME 2,3,5— ASME 4, ,5— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Hi- Speed Inc. — Married to: Barbara Ann Tarris. ROBERT GEORGE AYAN 3 Holman St., Boston Electrical " Bob " — I.R.E. 2,4,5 — Co-op: Barber-Colman Co., Automatic Radio M£g. Co., Ace Television Co. CHARLES DAVID AARONSON 69-01 Northern Blvd. Jackson Heights, N.Y. Electrical Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Dean ' s List 45 — Freshman Honor List — Insti- tute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Radio C lub 1,2 (secretary) 3,4 (vice-pres.) — Folk Dance Society 3,4 — Co-op: Radio Corporation of America, Northeastern Univ, CALVIN DWIGHT BATES 46 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Electrical " Cal " — IRE 4,5 — Co-op: Ray- theon Company, Microwave Power Tube Div. PRESTON EUGENE BEMIS J AP R.F.D. 1 Portsmouth, N.H. Chemical " Peb " — Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5— Student Council 2,3,4 (President) 5 — Section Representative 1 — AIChE 2,3,4,5— Folk Music So- ciety 4,5 — Co-op: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, N.H. DAVID F. BARRETT 64 Green Street, Reading Chemical " Dave " — AIChE — Co-op: At- lantic Gelatin Co., Div. of Gen- eral Foods Corp. NEIL GEORGE BARTOW 114 Ames Street, Sharon Electrical DMS 5— AIEE-IRE 3 (Secretary) —Rifle Club 2,3— Co-op: Curtiss Wright Electronics Division, By- trex Corporation and General Electronic Laboratories — Mar- ried to: Barbara Marie. JOHN CHARLES BENDER 10-04 127 St., College Point, N.Y. Mechanical President of Freshman Dorm — President of Sophomore Class— Vice-President of Middler Class — Committee of 100 4,5 (Presi- dent) -ASHE 3,4 -Co-op: Re- public Aviation Corp., Federal Power Commission. JOHN LEROV BENNETT 44 Church Street, Mystic, Conn. Electrical ROTC Leadership Award — Freshman 1 — IRE 2,3,45 — Co- op: United States Navy Under- water Sound Laboratory. JOHN ANDREW BENOIT 360 Waltham St., Lexington Electrical IRE 2,3,4,5. HAROLD W. BERMAN 68 Goodale, Mattapan Chemical " Heshy " — Rifle Club 2.3,4— In- tramural Basketball 2,3 — Co-op: Barnstead, Forest Hills, Quarter- master, Natick. ROBERT RICHARD BERSANI 321 Copeland St., Quincy Civil •Bob " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — NUCES 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Town of Whitman, Engineering Dept., Lewis W. Perkins and Son Hing- ham, Massachusetts Port .Author- ity. Professor Freeman and Student FREDERIC CHESTER BETHELL 51 Pinecroft Road, Weston 93 Mechanical " Fred " — ASME 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Technology Instrument Corp. — Married to: Anne Louise Denty. RICHARD JOSEPH BLAHA BFE 251-16 43 Ave., Little Neck, N.Y. Electrical " Dick " — Freshman Honor List- Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3 (Guard) 4 (House Manager) 5 (President) —Husky Hi-Liters 2,3,4 — Husky Key 4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Class Representative 3 — IRE — Co-op: Hazeltine Electronic Cor- poration. VICTOR JOSEPH BLANCHET, JR. 573 Hilldale Ave., Haverhill Mechanical " Vic " — SAME — ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Haverhill Gas Company —Married to: Maryanne S. Page. CURTIS BLODGETT 75 Clark Street, Worcester Chemical " Curt " - AIChE - Co-op: Pyro- tex Company, Quartermaster Re- search and Engineering Center. ALAN NELS BLOOM 59 Lincoln Avenue, Saugus Civil ••Al " -Hus-Skiers 1-SAME 4,5- NUCES 2,3,4,5-Co-op: C. J. Ma- ney Construction Company. ROBERT AUGUST BONOMI 1383 Suffield Street, Agawam Mecltanical " Bob " -Rifle Club 1,2-ASME 2, 3,4-Co-op: H. B. Smith Co., Inc. JOSEPH ALOYSIUS BOLTON, in 79 Peck Street, .-Kttleboro Mechanicai " Joe " — Cross-Country 2.3,4 — Track 2,3,4 -Co-op: Bird Ma- chine Company. CLINTON ALBERT BOOTH 95 Columbus Ave., Greenfield Chemical " Clint " -Rifle Club 1,2-Ameri- can Chemical Soc. 2,3-AFCEA 1.2 -Folk Song Society 3,4,5- ASME 1,2-SAME 3,4,5-Co-op: General Electric, Raytheon Co.— Married to: Carol Hurlburt. Left to Right: Professors Namyet, Cahoon, Finkas, Spencer. ROBERT FRANCIS BOUDREAU 333 Columbian St., S. Weymouth Electrical " Bob " — Dance Band 1,2,3— Co- op: Hood ' s Milk Co., New Eng- land Instrument Company. NOAH BORENSTEIN 1349 Trapelo Road, Waltham Chemical NU Trustee Scholarship 1 — James L. Jenks Scholarship 2, 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 5-AICE 2,3,4,5- Co-op: . tlantic Gelatin Co., Div. General Foods. JOHN FRANCIS BOUCHER 6 Smith Street, Pawcatuck, Conn. Electrical IRE 4,5— Co-op; Supervisor of Shpibuilding, U.S.N. — Married to: Mary M. Boucher. RAYMOND JOSEPH BOULAY NEZ 6 Edwin Street, Brookline Mechanical " Ray " — Trustee ' s Scholarship 1 -Nu Epsilon Zeta 5-Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: James O. Welch Inc., Texas Instruments Inc., Metals Controls Division. ALFRED JAMES BOUTCHIA 18 Humphreys St., Dorchester Electrical " Al " -Pershing Rifles 2 (1st Sgt.) S— (Drill Officer)— Newman Club 2— (Social Chairman) 3— Co-op: Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Company, Raytheon Manufac- turing Company. Professor Lawrence Cleveland Electrical Engineering. CLIFFORD WESLEY BOWERS 58 Queensberry St., Boston Civil " Cliff " - ROTC, Art Club 1, ASME - SAME 2,3,4.5, - Co-op: Metcalf Eddy— Married to: Vir- ginia Stuart Story. JAMES ALBERT BOWERS, JR. RED 1, Hartland, Vl. Electrical " Jim " — Trustee ' s Scholarship 1 — Class Board 1-MARS 2,3-Radio Club 2,3,4,5-IRE 2,3,4,5-Senior Week Committee 5— Co-op: Bry- ant Computer Products of Ex- Cello Corp., Howe Scale Co. DOUGL S LAWRENCE BROWN BFE 1099 Bay Street, Taunton Civil " Doug " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 3,4,5 (President)-S. U¥. 2,3,4,5 (PrcjrdfnO-NUCES 3,4,5-Para- chute Club— Co-op: Corse Tib- betts Surveyors, Edwards Kelcy Consulting Engineers. JOHN EDWARD BROWN 51 Abbottsford Rd.. Brookline Electrical Co-op: Raytheon. RICHARD EDWIN BROWN 321 E. Foster Street, Melrose Mechanical " Dick " — Pi Tail Sigma 4,5 — ASME 4,5-Ski-Team 1,2-Co-op: General Electric Co. — Married to: Carol Ann Brown. MICHAEL DONALD BURNS 47 Strathmore Circle, Braintree Chemical " Mike " -AIChE 2,3,4,5-Co-op Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co., U.S. Army Quartermaster Re- search Eng. Command— Mar- ried to: Patricia Mahoney. ROBERT DENNIS BURNS 48 Forest Street, Milford Mechanical " Bob " -Pi Tau Sigma-SAME 3, 4,5— ASME 3,4,5— Co-op: Draper Corp. WILLIAM JOSEPH BUTLER 50 Albion Street, Wakefield Civil " Bill " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3, 4,5— Civil Engineering Society 2, 3,4,5 — Civil Engineering Honor Society 4,5 — Engineer ' s Joint Council i— (Chairman) 5— Co-op: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Division. ARTHUR EDWIN BUTT, JR. Washington Street, Norwell Electrical " Art " - AIEE-IRE 2.3,4,5 - Co- op: Boston Insulated Wire and Cable Company. Ltd.— Married to; Marilyn Lyons. WILLIAM COLE CAIN 170 Green Street, Reading Electrical Co-op: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. DANIEL MACGREGOR CAMERON 779 Beech St., Hyde Park Mechanica l " Dan " — Section Representative 1-ASME 3,4,5-Co-op: Student Assistant Graphic Science Dept. Northeastern University, Brock- way Glass Co. Plastics Division- Married to: Lorraine A. Mattina. DANIEL JAMES CAMPBELL 79 Thurston St., Somerville Civil " Dan " -Football 2,3,4-Track I -CAULDRON 5 (Sports Editor) -NUCES 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Barnes Engineering Co., Cheney Engi- neering Co.— Married to: Clar- inda Campbell. EARL DESITHEOUS CAMPBELL 94 West Springfield St., Boston Electrical " Kitten " — Dean ' s List 3,4— Scab- bard and Blade 4,5 (President)— AFCEA 3,4,5-IRE-AIEE 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5 (vice-pres.) — Rifle Club 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Avco Cor- poration, Raytheon Company. WILLIAM ROBERT CANNING 85 Plainfield Ave., Maiden Electrical " Bill " — Co-op: Raytheon— Mar- ried to: Lorraine M. Cannine. ROBERT HATHAWAY CANTWELL 81 Harvard Street, Brockton Electrical " Bob " — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— Tau Beta Pi 5-IRE 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Raytheon Company— Married to: Joan F. Monahan. LOUIS ANTHONY CARRARA 13 Sharon Street, W. Medford Chemical Rifle Club (Marksman) 1,2 - AIChE Society— Class Represen- tative 2,3,4,5 - Co-op: M.I.T. (Metallurgy Dept.). RICH. RD PRESCOTT CARVER 74 Scantic Road, Hampden Mechanical " Dick " -Rifle Club 2-ASME 3,5 -SAME 3,4,5-ROTC Band 2,3, 4,5— National ROTC Band Asso- ciation 4,5 — Co-op: Hampden Engineering Corporation, Hol- yoke Division of Worthington Corporation. WILUAM FRANCIS CASPER 31 Thornton Avenue, Lowell Civil " Bill " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3, 4,5— President ' s Award 3— ASCE— BSCE 4-Tau Beta Pi 4,5-Civil Engineering Honor Society 4,5— Co-op: Dana F. Perkins and Sons, Inc. LEO RODERICK CASS 43 Rockne Ave., Dorchester Electrical Sport Parachuting Club 3.4 — IRE 5 - Scabbard Blade 5 - AIEE 5-AFCEA 2,3,4,5-Co-op Raytheon Company, Industrial Components Division. ROBERT FRANK CASSARINO 3 George Street, Milford, N.H. Chemical " Bob " - AIChE 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2— Folk Music Society 4— Co-op: M.K.M. Knitting Mills. LAWRENCE ANGELO CASTAGNETO 17 Clifford Street, Melrose Civil " Lawrie ' -ASCE-BSCE, 2,3,4,5- ASME 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Miller i Nylander. FRANK JOHN CIAVATTIERI 323 Broad Street, Weymouth Civil " Fritz " -ASCE - BSCE-NUCES 2,3,4,5 - SAME 3,4,5 - Co-op: Town of Weymouth Engineering Division. RONALD DEXTER CEDERGREN 27 Indiana Terrace, Newton, Upper Falls Electrical Eta Kappa Nu 4— IRE— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. GEORGES-MICHEL CELCIS AP Desprez 16, Port-AuPrince, Haiti (W.I.) Industrial " George ' -AIIE 2,3,4 (Secretary) 5-Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 (Record- ing Secretary )—Scahhsird Blade Society 3,4 (Supply Sergeant) 5— Concert Band 1,2,3-ROTC Band 1,2,3,4 -National ROTC Band Association 4,5-SAME 4,5-Sil- ver Masque 4— Rifle Club 2— Track 1 — Hus-Skiers 2 RAYMOND ANTOINE CHOQUETTE 120 Cliff Street, North Adams Electrical " Ray " -IRE 5 -Co-op: Naval Underwater Ordnance Station. cx f% o ' - • V f ' t ft ASME: First row: J. R. Maiellano, .R. Wentworth, M. Flaherty, R. Martin, Secretary, P. Hanley, Chairman, M. D. Malkasian, D. F. Pizzuti, Treasurer, P. Daniels, Jr. Publicity Chairman, L. E. Collier, Jr. Treasurer. Second row: J. Gattineri, F. Bethell, R. Logan, P. Soltz, M. Marcus, T. Reu, J. Vecchio, W. Suttie, R. Burns, E. Davis, N. A. Esmen, R. S. Egdall, D. Permarderosian, F. Rotondo. Third row: R. Coughlin, D. Cameron, V. Blan- chet, P. Doolan, J. GiMatteo, G. Antonucci, D. Nathanson, D. Banks, A. Seluta, R. Lessard, K. Crowell, G. Ziegra, M. A. Woodle, G. Peterson. JOHN ALFRED CICCARELLI 2. A 96 Child Street, Hyde Park Chemical " Chick " -Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4,5 (Pledgemaster) — Mr. Husky 4 — AIChE (rep.) 2,3,4 (vice-pres.) 5- Council of Professional Engi- neers 4,5-Rifle Club 1,2,3-Sec- tion Representative 1,2 — Co-op: New England Survey Service, General Alloys Co., Union Paste Company. LEO COFFEY 59 Grafton Street, Quincy Electrical Co-op: Army Corps of Engineers —Married to: Arline F. Crose. MAXWELL SHEPARD COHN 2«1 A 2077 Kimball St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Industrial " Max " -Sigma Phi Alpha- IIE 2,3,4,5-SAM 3-Football 1-Co- op: Alexander Kusko Inc., Ray- theon Co., Documat Inc. WAYNE EDWARD COLE NEZ 4 Edgewood Lane, Norway, Me. Electrical Nu Epsilon Zeta 2,3,4,5 (Presi- dent)— Inter Fraternity Council 3 (vice-pres.) 4— Co-op: Bendix Radio, Kinsman Mfg. EDWARD HASKELL COLL. GAN, JR. 94 High Street. Weymouth Civil ■Ted ' -Class Rep. 1,2— Football 1— Basketball 1— Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 - NUCES 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Town of Veymollth— Married to: Barbara Etta Seward. EDWARD JOSEPH COLLINS 1 1 Trefton Drive, Braintree Electrical ■■Eddie " -IRE-AIEE 3,4,5-Co- op: Instrumentation Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology—Married to: Marjorie A. Collins. JAMES FRANCIS COLLINS 31 Gay Street, Quincy Mechanical ■•Jim " - ASME 3,4,5 - Co-op: Weaker Baker Chocolate Co. — Married to: Maryann Striano. HAROLD THOMAS CONNORS, JR. Z«i A 30 E. Webster St., Merrick, N.Y. Chemical " Hal " — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 (Recording Secretary-WChE 2,3.4,5 (Presi- dent) — Class Board 2 — Co-op: General Foods Research Center, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology — Married to: Dorothy Wittekind. JAMES DONALD COOK 28 Westland Ave., Boston Electrical " Jim " — Dean ' s List Studnet 4— IRE 5— Co-op Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology, Instru- mentation Laboratories— Married to: Judith Anne Cook. Tau Beta Pi: First row. E. Walsh, K, Miller, cataloger, M. Patt, rec. sec, M. Giam- musso, vice pres., E. Rosen, pres., L. DiBiaso, treas., C. Riordan, cnrr. sec, G. Stefanidakis. Second row: G. Suokko, R. Robbins, D. Kobey, J. Hurley, E. Hartnett, M. Hanna, C. Fanuele, N. Borenstein, E. Ray- mond, P. Penneh. W. Casper, G. Allen, D. King, J, Donoghue, J. Kras- nakevich, R. Fisher, A. Pincince. Third row: A. Ehrlich, G. Gove, A. Patstone, J. Weinberger, D. Nathanson, R. Timberlake, R. Gallagher, P. Hanley, J. Field, W. McComarty, P. Tuck, J. Loan, M. Herman, W. Butler, A. Davis, Jr., P. Morel, J. Driscoll. DAVID EDWARD COOPER 311 South Street. W rentham Civil " Coop " -ASCE-BSCE 1,2,3,4,5- Rifle Club 3— Co-op: Town of Needham Engineering Division. JAMES CORNELIUS CORRIGAN 40 Bedford Street, Lexington Electrical IRE 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Raytheon Company. WILLIAM BIAGIO COSENTINO 31 W averly Avenue, Everett Electrical IRE 5— Co-op: C.B.S. Electronics Avco-Everett Research Labora- tory. ■ » ROBERT JOSEPH COUGHLIN 83 Plymouth St., Cambridge Mechanical " Bob " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3 -ASME 3.4,5-Radio Club 1,2- Pi Tau Sigma — Co-op: Wasco Chemical Company, Inc., Allcraft Manufacturing Company, Inc. EDWARD BRIAN CRONIN, JR. 19 Larchmont Rd., Salem Mechanical " Ted " -Pershing Rifles 1,2-Co- op: Atwood and Morrill Co.— Married to: Eleanor M. Kinney. JAMES RICHARD CROSE 36 Everett Ave., Somerville Mechanical Co-op: Raytheon Mfg. Co. - Married to: Azora E. Crose. RICHARD JAMES CURRAN 16 John Alden Rd., Boston Chemical " Dick " — ROTC Leadership .Award 1 — Scholastic Achieve- ment Award 2,3,4— Outstanding Middler Award 4— Newman Club 1 (Secretary ) 2,3-A¥CEA 1,2,3,4,5 -Scabbard Blade 3,4,5-Persh- ing Rifles 1,2,3 (Regimental Staf}) 4 (S4), 5 (Executive Officer)— AIChE 2,3,4„ ' )-Sport Parachut- ing Club 4,5— Co-op: Wilbur fe Williams Co., Inc. CHRIS DALAMANGAS 31 Neil Street, Marlboro Chemical AIChE— Co-op: Dennison Manu- facturing Co. ARTHUR THOMAS DALELIO 12 Perham St., Wakefield Civil " Art " - ASCE - Huskiers 2 - Ski Team— Co-op: City of Beverly, Poley Abrams Corp.— Married to: Helen Marie D ' Alelio. JOHN GUNARS DAPKIS NEZ 179 Park .Ave., Torrington, Conn. Mechanical " Rube " — Dean ' s List 3— Nu Ep- silon Zeta 3,4,5 — Co-op: Ford Motor Company, Armstrong Rubber Co. BRUCE LINDSAY DAVIDSON BFE 28 ■hiting Rd., East Hartford, Conn. Electrical " Bruce " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2.3 (Pledge Chairman) 4 (Treas- urer) 5 (Secretan ' ) — Husky Hi- liters 3,4 -IRE 2.3.4,5 - Co-op: Royal McBee Corporation, Re- search and Development Divi- sion — Hartford, Connecticut — Married to: Joan Thompson. HAROLD ALFRED DAVIDSON, JR. 287 Massiichusetts Avenue Arlington Civil Ja — Outstanding Sophomore ROTC Engineering Cadet 2 — SVME 3.4., ' j (vicc-pres.)-Out- stduding Middler ROTC Engi- ncciuig Cadet 3 — Professor of Mihtary Science Merit Medal 4— 1CE. 3.4,5 — Distinguished Mihtary Student 4 - ASCE - BSCE 3,5-Scabhard and Blade 3 4,5 ALTON PARKER DAVIS JR. 169 Washington St., Newton Civil " Chip " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-Civil Engineering Honor Society 3,4,5 -Tau Beta Phi 4,5-ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5-SAME 3,4,5-Co-op: New England Power Service Company — Married to: Pauline Marin Hahn. American Institute of Industrial Engineers First row: R, Cortelyou, A. Hyman, treasurer, J. Harris. Jr., president, H. Gallani, vice-president, L. IHOMAS WINDER DAVIES 106 Kendall Rd., Tewksbury Mechanical Co-op: Raytheon Mfg. Co., Watts Regulator Co., Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Left to Right: Student, Professors Rook, Woodward, and Truesdale, Department of Graphic Science. VERONICA FRANCES DECOURCY 165 Hemenway Street, Boston Electrical " Roni " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Eta Kappa Nu— Omega Sigma 1,2.3, 4,5-NEWS 1,2 -Society of Wom- en Engineers 2,3,4,5-IRE 2,3,4,5 —Co-op: Boston Naval Shipyard Married to: Daniel J. DeCourcy. HENRY WILLIAM DE KLERK Electrical " Hank " — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — American Institute of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4 (secretary) 5 (chairman) — Co-op: Fitchburg Gas Electric Light Company, Orange Rockland Utility Co., Exeter Hampton Electric Co. EDMONDE ALONZO DAVIS, JR. 46 Neponset Ave., Roslindale Mechanical " Lon " -ASME 4,5-Co-op: Bos- ton Gas Company. JOHN RALPH DEL CHECCOLO 36 Woodrow . e., Medford Electrical Dean ' s List Student 2.3,4 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5-AFCEA 1-Rifle Club 3,4-IRE 2,3,4-AIEE 3,4- Co-op: Raytheon. JOHN JOSEPH DENNING, JR. 132 Summer St., Somerville Civil Husky Key 2-S.A.ME 2,3-ASCE 2,3,4,5-Co ' -op: City of Medford, Engineering Dept. Penney, secretaiy, D. Hiscock, historian. Second row: Al Caplan, Larry Vieths, D. Haydon, J, Ham, D. Menaker. Third row: M. Cohen, E. Sarkisian, P. Sonier, C. Thompson. KENNETH EDWIN DEMING 74 Oakland Ave., Methuen Mechanical ' •Ken " -ASME 5 -Co-op: Syl- vania Elec Prod. Inc., Watts Regulator Co., Inc. PAUL ROGERS DE PLACIDO 43 Putnam St.. East Weymouth Mechanical S. ME 3,4,5-Co-op: Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Alltronics Inc. DIKRUN DERMARDEROSIAN 315 Hunnewell St., Needham Mechanical Dean ' s List 4 — Co-op: Bytrex Corporation, Foster-Miller Asso- ciates Inc. LAURENCE STEVENS DIBIASO 21 Prospect St., Georgetown Electrical " Larry " — Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Treasurer of Sophomore and Middler years- President of Junior and Senior years — Outstanding Sophomore and Junior Cadet (Division A)— Treasurer 5— Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,5-Scabbard Blade 4,5 - IRE-AIEE 2,3,4,5- Dance Band 1,2 ' " W , EDWARD JOSEPH DI GREGORIO 70 Fifth St., New Haven, Conn. Civil " Diggar ' -ASCE-BSCE 3,4,5- Class Representative 3,4,5 — Co- op: Blakeslee Construction Co.; New England Survey Co.; Ro- land H. Barnes Co. ROGER JAMES DOLAN 198 Canton Ave., Milton Civil Dean ' s List 2,3,4 - ASCE-BSCE, NUSC 2,3,4 - Co-Editor " Bull- dozer " 3— Civil Engineering Hon- or Society 5 — Co-op: E. W. Branch Inc., Town of Milton Engineering Dept. GEORGE RUSSELL DEVAUX 19 Audrey Road, Belmont Chemical " Gus " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Vice-president Student Council 4,5-HEAT EX- CHANGER 4,5 (editor) Class Cabinet 2,3,4 — Student Council 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Football — ASME 1,2-AIChE 3.4,5-Co-op: E. I. Du Pont De Nemours, Re- pauno Works. ■ r-- ' JOHN FRANCIS DONOGHUE AP 236-21 88th A e., Bellerose, N.V. Electrical " J. D. " — Tail Beta Pi Award 1 — President ' s Award 3— Dean ' s List 1,2,3.4,5 — Eta Kappa Nil 4,5 — Tail Beta Pi 3.4,5 — President, Middler and Junior Classes — Vice-President Senior Class — Travelli Scholarship Award 3,4,5 -Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 -Silver Masque 1— Class Cabinet 2-IRE 2,3,4,5 - Husky Key 2 JOHN WILLIAM DONOHOE 507 Chestnut St., Needham Electrical ■Jack ' -Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5- AFCEA I-Rifle Club I-IRE 2,3, 4,5-Tau Beta Pi 4,5-Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Prod. Corp. BRIAN HOFFMAN DOOLITTLE 63 Benham St., Torrington, Conn. hidustrial Dean ' s List 4,5 - AIIE 3,4,5- ASME 5 — Co-op: Armstrong Rubber Company, Bethlehem Steel Company, H. P. Hood Sons, Inc.— Married to: Candace K. Falk. LEONARD FR ANCIS DOW 21 Jefferson St., Cambridge Electrical ' •Len " -AIIE 1,2,3,4-IRE 1,2,3,4 —Co-op: Radio Corporation of America — Married to: Barbara Marie Dow. Left to Right: Mr. White, Dean Scott,, and Professor Esigmann. WALTER SCO I I DRAPER, III Dedham Street, Canton Mechanical " .Scott " — All American Rifle Team 1960-61 - Rifle Club 3,4 (vice-pres.) 5 (president)— ASME 3,4-Rifle Team 2,3,4,5-Co-op: The Foxboro Co. — Married to: Barbara Elizabeth. NORMAN ARTHUR DUBE i rn 34 McKean Street, Nashua, N.H. Chemical " Doob " — Dean ' s List Student 4— Phi Gamma Pi 2,3 (Pledge- master) 3 (Secretary) 4 (Presi- dent) - AIChE 2,3,4,5 - Co-op: Tileston and Hollingsworth, Syl- vania Electric Prods. Inc. (Semi- conductor Division). DOUGLAS JOHN DYKE 79 Lexington Ave., Somerville Mechanical " Doiig " -Rifle Club I-ASME 3, 4,5— Co-op: Lawson Machine Tool Company, New England Engineering, Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co.— Married to: Pa- tricia Ann Tildsley. ALAN GERALD EHRLICH 8 Brock Street, Brighton Mechanical " Butchy " — Freshman Honor List -Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 -Pi Tau Sigma 4,5-ASME 3,4,5-Co-op: Special Microwave Devices Op- eration—Married to: Susan Silk. LESTER KURT EIGENBROD r i K 7 Lydall Street, Manchester, Conn. Mechanical " Les " — Dean ' s List Student 4— Pi Tau Sigma— Gamma Plii Kap- pa 4 (Secretary)— AIME— Co-op: Raytheon Co., United States Steel Corp. HAROLD WILLLA.M EKLUND 5 High Rock Street, Lynn Electrical " Harry " -IRE L2,3,4,5-AIEE 1, 2,3,4,5-Random Noise 2,3 (Edi- tor)— Student Union 2,3 — RiHe Club 1,2,3 - MARS 1,2 - Co-op: Bethlehem Steel Co., NEGE, Service Corp.— Married to: Fran- ces J. Mozykowski. First row: Alan Caplan, Al Marcotte. Second row: H. Gallant, D. Haydon. ANTHONY GEORGE EONAS 45 Moraine St., Brockton Industrial " Tony " -Football 2,3-AIIE 2,3,4 (President) 5— Joint Engineers Council 4,5— Co-op: Warren M. Pike, Associates. CONRAD CHARLES FAGONE 241 West Street, Hyde Park Civil " Connie " — AICE— Co-op: North- eastern University. JOHN ANTHONY FALKOWSKI 74 Bryant Street, Pittsfield Chemical " Jake " -Band 1,2,3,4,5-AIChE 3 — Class Representative 4,5 — Co- op: MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Cabot Corporation. CHARLES VINCENT FANUELE 27 Francis Street, Belmont Electrical " Chick " — Freshman Honor List -Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5-AFCEA 3, 4,5-IRE 3,4-Tau Beta Pi 4,5- Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— RiHe Club 3,4 -Scabbard and Blade 4,5- Newman Club 1,2— Co-op: Avco Mfg. Co.; Raytheon Co. CARMELA FICHERA 22 Milk Street, Methuen Electrical " Camie " — Omega Sigma Society 12,3,4,5 (President) — Engineer ' s Council 4,5 (Secretary) — Society of Women Engineers 2,3,4,5 (President )-lR¥. 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electronic Systems. JOHN CLARK FIELD 99 Storms Avenue, Braintree Electrical " John " — Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— IRE 4,5 — Co-op: Andrew Alford Consulting Engineers. ROBERT STEPHEN FISHER 67 Channing Road, Belmont Electrical " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,43— Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— IRE 2, 3,4,5 — Co-op: Radio Corpora- tion of America. SEAN FLANAGAN 201 Beech Street, Roslindale Civil Class Cabinet 1,2,3 - ASCE- BSCE 2,3,4,5— Hus-Skiers 3,4,5 —Newman Club 2,3— SAME 2, ? 4 1 — Co-op: — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lilly Construction Company. JAMES JOSEPH FOLEY 221 Water Street, Saxonville Electrical " J.J. " — . " Xraerican Rocket Society 4,5 — IRE 2,3,43 — Co-op: Fen- wal. Inc., Research — Married to: Annemarie E. McNally. GILBERT FONG 42 Mt. Vernon Street, Saugus Chemical " Gil " — Chess Club 1,2— AIChE 3.4,5 — Co-op: Sumner Williams Co., Inc., Skinner-Sherman Co., Inc. RAYMOND GEORGE FOREST 119 Hemenway Street, Boston Electrical " Ray " — Class Board 4— IRE 2. 3,4,5 — Co-op: Epsco Inc., Micro- wave Associates — Married to: Jane Thomas. EDWARD CLYDE FORTINI 34 Morton Street, Quincy Mechanical " Ed " — ASME 5 — Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Co. — Mar- ried to: Ann P. Driscoll. Ittflj V Eta Kappa Nu First row: Prof. Cleveland, advisor, V. Decourcy, A. Troy, treas., J. Freedman, vice pres., K. Miller, pres., E. Walsh, bridge coos., M. Giam- musso, rec. sec, T. Sullivan, corr. sec. Second row: T. Lavoot, P. Morel, J. Krasnakevitch, H. DeKlerk, R. Graham, L. DiBiaso, P. Tuck, R. Timberlake, P. Penney, H. Schlegel, R. Knowles, B. McGinnis, R. Sar- kisian, J. DelCheccolo. Third row: F. Kruck, E. Thomas, J. Pawlak, M. Hanna, C. Fanuele, J. Kelly, M. Levetin, C. Gray, E. Rosen, T. Russell, C. Aaronson, P. Ventresca, J. Miola. JORDAN HARRIS FREEDMAN 3 Lynn Shore Drive, Lynn Electrical Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (Vice Presi- dent) — Tau Beta Pi 5 — Deans List 2,4— IRE 3,43— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Radio Corporation of America — Married to: Sheila V. Froman. WILLIAM JOSEPH FUDALA 80 Harrington Avenue, Manchester, N. H. Electrical " Bill " — Distinguished Military Student Award 4 — AFCEA 3,43 -Rifle Club 2,3— IRE 2,3,4,5— Class Cabinet 2,3,4,5 — Senior Week Day Chairman 5 — Scab- bard and Blade 4,5 — Co-op: Northeastern Engineering Inc., Astronetic Research Inc. VINCENT PAUL GABRIELLI 18 Sohier Road, Beverly Industrial " Vin " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Alpha Phi Mu 5— AIIE 3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Co. — Married to: Kathleen Anne Gabrielli. ROBERT JAMES GALLAGHER 95 Gardner Street, AUston Mechanical " Bob " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Scabbard and Blade Scholarship 4 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent 4— SAME 2,3,4 (Vice-Presi- dent) 5— ASME 2,3,4,5— Scab- bard and Blade 3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Pi Tau Sigma 4 (Re- cording Secretary) 5 — Rifle Club 1,2,3 — Joint Engineers Council 3— AFCEA 3— Co-op: EUGENE HAZEN GAMMON BPE 22 Ash Street, Gardiner, Maine Mechanical " Gene " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4 (President) 5— Rifle Club 2,3,4— ASME 43— Co-op: Port- land Copper and Tank Works, Inc. JOSEPH CHARLES GIELLA 246 Leyden Street, East Boston Civil " Joe " — Student Union 1,2 — ASCE - BSCE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Whitman Howard, Engrs. RAYMOND LEO GINGRAS South Main Street, Haydenville Mechanical " Ray " — ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Greenfield Tap Die, Texon Inc. FELICIANO GIORDANO 186 Morrison Avenue, Somerville Electrical " Nino " — Rifle Club 1 — Class Cabinet 2,3,4,5 (Section Repre- sentative)— IKE- Mll-f. 4,5 (Sec- tion Representative) 4 — IRE (Secretary) 5 — SAME 5 — Co-op: James Millen Mfg. Co., Inc., Raytheon Company, Industrial Components Division. WILLIAM JOHN GLOVER JR. 158 Summer Street, Stoughton Civil " Bill " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3 — Freshman Honor List — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Civil Engineering Honor Society 4,5 (Treasurer) — N ' UCES 3,4,5— Co-op: Yunits Engineering Co., Fay, Spoffard and Thorndike, Inc. ROBERT ALAN GOLDMAN 19 Colgate Road, Marblehead Industrial Student Rep. 2,3,4,5 — Husky Key 2,3— AIIE 5— Co-op: Bev- erly City Hall, Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Transitron Elec- tronics Corp., Elliott Industries Inc., American Refining Co. MICHAEL RICHARD GIAMMUSSO 90 Bow Street, Medford Electrical " Mike " — Freshman Honor Roll — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — President ' s Award 3,4 — Distinguished Mili- tary Student — ROTC Merit Award 4 — Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 (Vice-President) — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (Recording Secretary) — Scab- bard and Blade 3,4 ,.5— IRE 3,4 (Treasurer 5 — AFCEA 3,4,5 — Co-op: Sanborn Co. DAVID GORDON 736 Morton Street. Dorcliester Clieinical ■Dave " — Rifle Club 1.2,3 — Sigma Phi Alplia 3.4.5— AIChE 2.3.4.5 — Basehall 1 — Bridge Club 4.5 — Har ard I ' niversity , ir Cleaning Laboratory. Barn- stead Still and Sterilizer Co. JAMES WILLIAM GORAL N 4S Dedham Parkway. Dedham Electrical " Jim " — IRE — Co-op: Raytheon Mfg. Co.. New England Tran.s- fornier Co. EDMUND LEON GOULD 98 Ferncroft Road, Milton Indiistiial " Hank " — AIIE 2.3.4„5— Co-op: National Company. Walworth Company, Eugene Engineering Co. GEORGE WALKER GOVE 136 High Street, Wareham Civil Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean List Student 2,3,4— Tau Beta I 4„5 — N.U. Civil Eng ' g Honor Society 45 — Co-op: Metcalf » Eddy Engrs. — Married to: Caro lyn M. Gove. ROBERT THOMPSON GRAHAM JR. 24 Cherry .Avenue. Stoneham Elect rica! " Bob " — Deans List 2— AIEE- IRE 4,5 (Treasure})— Ki{ e Club 2— RANDOM NOISE 4,5— Co- op: Raytheon. CARLTON RICHARD GRAY 83 Highview Avenue, Melrose Electrical " Carl " — Exofficio of Middler Class — .AIEE 4.5 — Student Rep- resentative 2.3 — Co-op: E. I. duPont de Nemours Company — Married to: A. Charlene Murphy. Engineers Council First Row: J. Krasnakevich, C. Fichera, sec.-treas., Prof. Zotas, adviser, W. Butler, chairman, E. Ryan, D. Stonefield, vice chairman. Second Row. J. Clough, P. Sonier, P. Sotkevich, M. Malkasian, J. Cadigan, J. Ciccarelli. RALPH EDWARD GREEN 83 Walker Street. Newton Chemical AIChE 2,3,4,5 -The Exchanger 4.5 (Editor)— Kadio Club 1,2,3, 4.5 (Vice-President) 3 — Co-op: W. R. Grace Company. Dewey and Almy Chemical Division. JAMES MAURICE GREENFIELD 170 Warren Street, Newton Center Mechanical " Jim " — ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Raytheon Mfg. Co. — Married to: Martha Greenfield. JOSEPH GERARD GUILMETTE J 3 Belleau Road. Salem Mechanical Co-op: MIT Instrumentation Laboratory. DONALD EDWARD HALEY 72 Jasper Street. Saugus Electrical " Don " — Dean ' s List 1,3— IRE 3, 4,5 — Co-op: AVCO Corporation, M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. JOSEPH ALPHONSUS HALEY 18 Vales Avenue, Randolph Civil " Joe " — SAME 3,45 (Soda! Chairman )-ASCE-RSCE 2,3,4,5- Scabbard and Blade-Rifle Club 2,3 — Co-op; Yunits Engineering Co., MacDonald McKinnon. JOSEPH P. HALLISEY, JR. 189 Phipp.s Street, Qiiincy Electrical IRE 4,, ' ) (Vice-chairman) — Co- op: F. S. Payne Elevator Co., M.I.T. Instrumentation Labora- tory. DENNIS LUKE HAND 1,5 Buelah Street, Framingham Civil " Dennis " — Distinguished Mili- tary Student 4— NUCES 2,3,4,5 —Rifle Club 1— Parachute Club 4 — Co-op: MacCarthy Engineer- ing Service Inc. — Married to: Nancy D. Neitz. PETER RONALD HANLEY 97 Sargent Street, Melrose Mechanical Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5 — Lu£kin Scholarship (Mechanical Engirieering Honors Program) 5 -Pi Tau slgma 4,5-ASME 3,4,5 (Chairman) 5— Co-op: High Volt- age Engineering Corporation — Married to: Judith . nn Hanley. MICHAEL EISSEY HANNA. JR. 5066 Washington Street, West Roxbury Electrical " Mike " — Dean ' s List 2,4— IRE 2,3,4,5-Eta Kappa Nu 5-Co- op: Raytheon Co. — Married to: Eleanor S. Zayady. LOUIS HANNAUER 406 South Broad Street, Griffith, Indiana Mechanical " Louie " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Ferritti , ward 2 — Lufkin Scholarship 4 — Scabbard and Blade Scholar- ship 4 — SAME Scholastic .Achievement Award 4 — Distin- guished Military Student — Class Cabinet 2— ASME 3,4 (Chair- man) 5— SAME 3,4,5— NUSPC 4— Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 EDWARD WILLIAM HARTNETT 95 Ashland Street, Lynn " Mechanical " " Ed " -Dean ' s List-ASME 2.3,4- Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Representative to 1963 Class Cabinet-Pi Tau Sigma (President) 5— Co-op: Gen- eral Electric Company— Married to: Leona Dowling. ROBERT HASSINGER 225 Haverhill St., No. Reading Electrical " Bob " — Alpha Psi Omega 4 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4,5 (Studio Theater Production Manager) — IRE 2,3,4,5— AFCEA 3,4- Rifle Club 1 — Northeastern News 1 — Coop: Laboratory for Electron- ics, Microwave Associates, Con- tronics. General Communica- tions, Inc. DAVID WILLIAM HATCH 6 Mott Street, Arlington Electrical " Dave " — Band 1,2,4 — Co-op: General Radio Company. WILLIAM H. TCH ROBERT OSCAR HAUPTMANN NEZ Box 128, North Stonington, Conn. Mechanical " Hoppy " — Tail Beta Pi 4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Nil Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 (Grand C ia !Cf or)— ASME 3,4.5 (Publicitv Chairman) — Co-op: Underwater Sound Laboratory. EL VOOD LAWSON HEBB 88 Fourth Street, Medford Electrical " Woody " — IRE 2,3,45— AIIE 3 4,5— AFCEA 3,4,5— Co-op: Auto niatic Radio Manufacturing Co. Inc., Bay State Electronics Corp, Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology, Instrumentation Labora tory. DANIEL CAMERON HENDERSON 263 Hillside Ave., Needham Mechanical " Cam " — ASME — Coop: Waters Manufacturing, Inc.. Engineer- ing Sales Corporation — Married to: Betty Ann Mercury. MICHAEL CARL HERMAN 456 Harvard St., Dorchester Chemical " Mike " — Dean ' s List 2,3- AIChE 2,3 (sec.-treas.) 4 (vice-pres.) 5 (pres.) — Co-op: Cabot Corp. RICHARD CHADWICK HILLS 22 Pratt Street, Saiigus Mechanical " Dick " — Class Board 1 — Hus- skiers 1,43 — . SME 3,4 (neu ' S edi- tor) 5 — Co-op: Scully Signal Company, Epsco Incorporated, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, Instrumentation Labora- tory. DAVID ROBERT HOMAN 8 Patch Avenue, Wenham Chemical Freshman Honor List — AIChE 3, 4.5 — Co-op: Cabot Corporation. ROBERT TIMOTHY HOWARD 62 Eastern Avenue, Revere Civil " Bob " — ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5 (An- nual Report Chairman) 5 — SAME 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Boston Naval Shipyard — Married to: Ciretta P. Howard. GEORGE HUBERT HUGGINS 33 Winthrop St., Boston Electrical Distinguished Military Student 4-ROTC Merit Award 4-AIEE 3,4,5 — IRE 3,4,5 — Co-op: MIT Instrumentation Lab. JAMES ROBERT HURLEY 38 Denmark Ave., E. Milton Mechanical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Pi Tau Sig- ma 4,5 (Secretary) 5 — ASME 43 — Co-op: Dynatech Corp., Chas. T. Main. WALTER JOSEPH JACKSON, JR. 39 Kent Street, Brookline Civil ■Red " — Dean ' s List 4,5— ASCE- BSCE 2,3,4,5 (Secretary)— Tau Beta Pi 5 — Co-op: Engineering Department, Norfolk County. GEORGE F. JACOBS, JR. 372 South Ave., Attleboro Electrical " Jake " — AIEE 2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1,3,5 — Co-op: Texas In- struments, Inc. — Married to: Claire L. Jacobs. ERIC ROSS JOHNSON 531 Pleasant St., So. Weymouth Chemical AIChE 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Howe and French Inc., Bethlehem Steel Co., Weymouth Art Leather Inc. ROCHELLE MARGARET KADY 103 Nahatan Street, Nonvood Civil " Rocky " — ASCE-BSCE Student Chapter 2,3,4 (Co-editor of BULLDOZER) 5— Omega Sigma 1,2 — Co-op: Edwards Kelcey; Clarkeson Engineering; Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology; Harry Feldman Co. MICHAEL APOSTLE KALLAS Valley Stream Drive, Danbury, Conn. Electrical " Mickey " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5— Distinguished Military Student: 4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2,3.4 - Husky Key 2,3,4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5— SAME 3,4,5— AFCEA 3— Co-op: Doman Helicopters Inc.; CBS Labora- tories; Data Controls Systems, Inc. FRED WILLIAM KALLMEYER 23 Ferry Street, Holyoke Electrical Freshman Honor Roll — AFCE.A 3,4,5 (vice-pres.)-AlEK 2,3,4,5- Co-op: Western Massachusetts Electric Company. CHRISTOS BASIL KAPSAMBELIS 15 Gordon St., Waltham Electrical " Chris " — Co-op: Sylvania Elec- tric — Married to: Lynn Danos. I.E.E.E. First row: W. McCarthy, C. Nahabedian, J. P. Kelly, treasurer, M. J. Carrabes, adviser, L. Panico, chairman, J. Miola, secre- tary, S. Lebott, D.iOsborne. Second row: R. H. Cantwell, P. R. Morel, F. J. Mandy, M. J. LaVersa, Jr., A. L. Peterson, J. L. Richmond, A. J. Nutile, A. V. Sward, R. Fisher, R. J. Blaha. Third row: F. Kalloneyer, C. Polizzotti, B. Mikula, R. Timber- lake, P. ' Raspe, R. Swanson, L. Omboello, R. Hassinger, J. Picardi. EDWARD J. KELLEY 20 Albano Street, Roslindale Mechanical " Ed " — Co-op: Boston Gas Com- pany. JOHN PATRICK KELLY 31 Hooper Street, Chelsea Electrical " Jack " — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Yacht Club 1— AIEE 2,3,4,5— IRE 2,3, 4,5 (Treas.) — Co-op: New Eng- land Power Service Company; Doble Engineering Company. PETER EDWARD KELLY 727 Sawmill Brook Parkway Newton Centre Electrical " Pete " — AIEE 2,3,4,5— IRE 2,3, 4,5 — Co-op: Liberty Mutual Ins. Co. Research Center — Married to: Margaret Holmes. RICHARD KERRIGAN 6 Glade Avenue, Boston Electrical " Dick " — Co-op: Allied Research Associates, Raytheon Company. PAUL HENRY KILLILEA 214 Lexington St., Belmont Electrical ■Paul ' — Rifle Club 1— IRE 3,43 — Co-op: Sanborn Company. DONALD FRANCIS KING, JR. 155 River Road, Topsfield Mechatjical " Don " — Dean ' s List Student 4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5— ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: United Shoe Machinery Corporation. ELLIOT MICHAEL KLAVMAN 136 Truro Lane, Milton Electrical Institute of Radio Engineers- Co-op: Bethlehem Steel Co. - Married to: Anne fcinsky. ROBERT MYRON KNOWLES 9 BrouTi St., North Billerica Electrical " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 —Radio Club 1,2,3,4 (vice-pres.) 5— AIEE 4,5— IRE 4,5— Co-op: Microwave Associates Inc. DAVID KOBEY 128 Sammett Street, Maiden Electrical " Dave " — Dean ' s List Student 1,2, 3,4 — Trusteeship Scholarship — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op; Andrew Al£ord Con- sulting Engineers, Raytheon. American Society of Mechanical Engineers First row: D. Powell, Jr., treas., Prof. P. Marino, advisor, A. Shea, sr. rec. sec, C. Sears, sr. corr. sec, S. Nathanson, sr. chairman, N. Amero, sr. treas., J. Bender, rep. to E.J.C. Second row: R. Carver, R. Stephens, J. Grose, R. Bonomi, H. Stern, H. " Woodbury, W. Lytle, R. Hills, J. Hurley, R. Moore. Third row: D. McElwee, F. Swendeman, L. Eigem- brod, W. Stone, R. Gallagher, H. Lantory, Jr., R. Brown, J. Botton. STEPHEN ALEXANDER KOKOLSKI 21 Fairlawn Ave., Woonsocket, R.I. Electrical " Koko " — Dean ' s List 2— IRE 3, 4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2,3 -Husky Key 3— ROTC Band 3,4,5— Co- op: Fall River Electric Light Company. JOHN RAYMOND ' KRASNAKEVICH 851 E. Broadway, So. Boston Electrical Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5 (Secretary) 5— Engineering Coun- cil 5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products Co. STEPHEN ZANE KRAUS 47 Wildwood St., Dorchester Electrical " Steve " — Trusteeship Scholar- ship 1— Rifle Club 2— IRE 2,3,4, 5— Co-op: Raytheon. HARRY EARL LANTERY, JR. 332 Billings Road, Quincy Mechanical ■■Earl " — SAME 1,2,3,4,5 (Treas- urer) — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (Captain of Saber Team and Supply Officer)— ATCEA 1,2,3— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: Bethle- hem Steel Co., Shipbuilding Div. CTD. MARTIN SUMNER LEVETIN 51 Wilcock St., Dorchester Electrical •■Marty " — Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi — Eta Kappa Nu — AIEE Branch Winner Student Paper Contest — American Rock- et Soiiety 3,4,5 (vice-pres.) — IRE — AIEE — Co-op: Sylvania Data Systems Operations, Northeast- ern University Electronics Re- search Project. ALGIMANTAS KRISCIUNAS 1776 Columbia Rd., So. Boston Electrical ■Al " — IRE 3,4,5— Co-op: Stevens .Arnold Inc., Ferrotec Inc. SHERMAN LEO LEVIN 119 Livingston , ' t., Lowell Chemical " Sherm " — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5-AIChE 2,3,4,5- Co-op: Raytheon Co. FRANCIS ANDREW LONG 411 East Main Street, Avon Electrical ■Ace " — IRE 4,5— Co-op: Brock- ton Edison Company. KENNETH WALKER KUNZIE 27 Oilman Me., St. Albans, Vt. Civil ■■Ken " - ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5 - . SME 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Vermont Highway Dept. ROBERT EARL LUCEY 178 West Plain St., Cochituate Electrical ■■Short Circuit " — Rifle Club 1,5 — IRE 3,4,5 — Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products Inc., (Electron- ic Systems Division). ■ flE WILLIAM EDWIN LAMBERT, JR. 507 Hancock St., Quincy Electrical " Ed " — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Radio Club 2,3,4,5— Photo Club 3,4— Gun Club 5 — Co-op: Sylvania Electronics Systems— East— Mar- ried to: Theresa Anne Chet- wynd. CLIFFORD ALLAN LUNDIN 71 Otis Street, Medford Electrical " Cliff ' -Dean ' s List: IRE 2,3,4,5 -Camera Club 1,2-Rifle Club 5 —Co-op: James Millen Manufac- turing Company, Inc., Spencer- Kennedy Laboratories, Inc. FREDERICK RICHARD MADIO 90 John Carver Road, Reading Mechanical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Pi Tau Sig- ma 4,5-ASME 4,5-Co-op: Syl- vania Electric Products Inc. WILLIAM F. LYTLE 102 Bird Street, Dorchester Mechanical " Bill " — Dean ' s List 3 — Varsity Track 2,3,4— Outstanding Track Athlete (60, 62)— Co-op: Artisan Industries. JOHN EDWARD MAGNO 532 Main St., Medford Electrical " Jack " — Automatic Radio Com- pany, Rotek Instrument Corp. MARK DOWELL MALKASION 247 E. Boylston St., Watertown Mechanical " Mulky " — ASME 3,4,5 — Engi- neering Counsel Rep. — SAME 3, 4,5 — Co-op: Sanborn Co. JAMES ROCCO MAIELLANO 74 Glendale Street, Brockton Mechanical " Jim " — Trustee Scholarship I — Pershing Rifles 1,2— ASME 3,4,5 — SAME 4 — Co-op: Foxboro Company, Alltronics Mfg. Co., Kennedy Antenna Div. ESCO. CHARLES FRAZIER MALONEY, JR 55 Vista Road, North Haven, Conn. Chemical " Chuck " — Pershing Rifles 1,2— AIChE 2,3,4,5— Rifle Team 1,2,3 — Co-op: Gillette; Charles T. Main Inc.; Armstrong Rubber Co.— Married to: Emily DiMilla. WILLIAM FRANCIS MALONEY, JR. 258 Pond St., Jamaica Plain Electrical " Bill " — AIEE 3,45— IRE 3,4— Newman Club 1 — Co-op: Lab- oratory for Electronics, B. M. Harrison Electrosonics Inc. jfiirK ' i v FRANCIS JOSEPH MANDY 187 Flatbush Ave., Hartford, Conn. Electrical " Fran " — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5 — AIEE — Co-op: Edmunds Mfg. Co. — Married to: Rose Helen Butchyk. ALBERT ANDREW MARCOTTE 710 Plymouth St., Abington Industrial " Al " — Dean ' s List 4,5 — Alpha Phi Mu 4,5— AHE (Treasurer) 4,5 — Co-op: Texas Instruments Inc., Business Industries Inc. MURRAY PINCUS MARCUS 32 Johnson Street, Lynn Mechanical " Mark " — ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: National Company, Cambridge Electric Light Company. ROBERT BURNS MANNING, JR. 16 Appleton Street, Quincy Civil " Bob " — ASCE-BSCE Student Chapter 2,3,4,5 — University Band 1,2,3,4,5 (concert chairman) 3,4 — Silver Masque 15,3,4,5 (coun- cil) 5 — Co-op: Boston Naval Shipyard. WILLIAM HENRY MANNING, JR. 2 I A 53 Marlboro St., Dedham Electrical Div. A Chairman of Commence- ment Ball 1963— Section Repre- sentative to Class Cabinet 1 — Member of Class Treasurer ' s Committee 5 — Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4 (Corresponding Secretary) 5 (vice-pres.) — Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Nor- wood Municipal Light Depart- ment; Raytheon Company; The Foxboro Company. JOHN ANTHONY MARCIELLO 33 Jackson St., Saugus Chemical AIChE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Harvard School of Public Health, Artisan Industries (pilot plant) — Married to: Carol Camplese. AIEE-IRE First row: R. Pouliot, R. Graham, treas., H. DeKlerk, chairman, J. Kras- nakevich, sec, F. Giordano, sec, P. Hillilia, publicity. Second row: T. Sullivan, M. Giamimusso, C. Gray, E. Walsh, J. Freedman, C. Fichera, E. Rosen. JOSEPH JAMES MARESSA 7 Bacon Slip, Milford Chemical " Joe " — AIChE 4,5— Ski Club 4,5 — Class Cabinet 4 — Co-op: Draper Corp., Natick Quarter- master Research Engineering Command. JOSEPH THOMAS MARQUIS 26 Burchstead Place, Lynn Electrical " Joe " — Co-op: Avco Corporation — Married to: Agnes Karakaedos. JAN WILLIAM MARTIN rn 138 Cedar Grove Street, New Bedford Electrical Honor Roll 4 — Phi Gamma Pi 1,2 (Treasurer) 3 (Social Chair- man) 4,5— IRE 2,3,5— NU Dance Band 1,2 — Random Noise 2 Publication-Ass ' t Chairman) 3 — IRE Class Representative 3,4 — SAME 5— Co-op: New Bedford Gas Edison Light Co., M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. RICHARD JOSEPH MARTIN 151 Mary St., Arlington Atechatucal " Cisco " -ASME 3,4 (Sec.) 5 - SAME 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 3 - Intramural Basketball 2.3,4,5 — Section Representative 1 — Co-op: Minneapolis-Honeywell Regula- tor Co. RALPH VERNA M. SI 23 West Park St., Franklin Electrical " Butch " — Co-op; The Foxboro Company — Married to: Phyllis M. Mucciarone. MARVl.X SV MASON 123 Franklin St., Maiden Electrical " Marv " — IRE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: DI-AN Controls Inc. pD ? JOHN MASONE 70 West Cottage St., Roxbury Electrical AFCEA 4,5— IRE 4,5— American Rocket Society 4,5— Rifle Club 1,2,3— Class Rep. 4— Co-op: Min- neapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., Avco Research and Advance Development. KEVIN FRANCIS MC CARTHY 36 Winthrop Street, Danvers Chemical Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2, 3 (treasurer) 4 (president) 5 — AIChE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Svlvania Electric Prod. Inc. WILLIAM HENRY MC CARTHY, JR. 101 Wyman Street, Lynn Electrical " Mac " — Freshmen Honor List — AIEE - IRE - Co-op: General Electric Company. DONALD BRUCE MC ELWEE 302 Nahatan St., Norwood Mechanical ASME 4,5 — Co-op: Foxboro Company — Married to; Teresa M. McElwee. BARRY BURTON MC GINNIS 45 Peterborough St., Boston Electrical Eta Kappa Nu — Co-editor of Random Noise — IRE — Co-op: Instrumentation Lab., Massachu- setts Institute of Technology — Married to: Carolann Corey. JAMES EDWARD MC LOUGHLIN 31 Smith St., Roxbury Electrical " Jim " — Co-op: Comstock Wes- cott Inc. — Married to; Marian Mehegan. Left to Right: Professors Cahoon, Finkus, Namyet, Spencer. DANIEL DAVID MC MANUS, JR. 15 Prospect Ave., Brockton Electrical C o-op: Brockton Edison Com- pany — Married to: D. Marie Wills. American Institute of Physics First row. G. Silverman, pres., P. Mahoney, vice pres.. Dr. W. Hauser, advisor. Second row. O. Zwedsenberg, treas., D. Tweedy, sec, H. Cohen, R. lappini. MICHAEL EFIM MELNICK 82 Lexington St., Aubiirndale Civil " Mike " — Civil Engineering So- ciety 2,3,4,5 — Co-Program Chair- man -SAME 3,4,5 -NUCES 4,5 (Secretary) — Co-op: Town of Lexington, Fay SpofEord S: Thorndike, Inc. DAVID CARL MENAKER AEn 20 Nevada St., Worcester Industrial " Dave " — . lpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3, 4,5— Silver Masque 1,2— AIIE 3, 4,5— Rifle Club 1,2— Co-op: El- liot Industries, Harrington and Richardson Inc., Aldeu Systems. PAUL MIGLIERINA 89 Johnson St., West Roxbury Mechanical CO;Op: Lewis-Shepard Company, J. L. Thomson. BERNARD JAMES MIKULA 32 Calvary St., Waltham Electrical " Bernie " — IRE 4,5 (news editor Random Noise) — Class Cabinet 5 (section representative) — Co-op: Mass. Institute o£ Technology (Naval Supersonic Wind Tun- nel), Mass. Institute of Tech- nology Radioactivity Center) — Married to: Priscilla Roche. KENNETH ALLEN MILLER 26 Mason Street, Peabody Electrical Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5 — President ' s Award 2,3,4 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — (President) Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5— Co- op: General Electric Co., Instru- ment Dept., Andrew Alford Con- sulting Engineers — Married to: Joan Miller. HARVEY MINSKY AEn 65 Thornton St., Revere Civil ASME 3,5— ASCE 3,4,5— Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (Secretaty) — Co-op: Northeastern University, Massachusetts Port Authority. Fay, Spofford Thorndike Inc. JOSEPH ANTHONY MIOLA 12 Upland Road, Somerville Electrical Freshmen Honor List — Dean ' s List Student 4 — 2 Term 4 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5-lRE-AIEE (Class representative) 4,5 (Secretaiy) — Co-op: M.I.T. Instrumentation Laboratory. CHARLES ALEXANDER MOORE 32 Cliff Street, Abington Electrical " Chuck " — Hockey 1,2 — Co-op: Metcalf Eddy Co. ' %. RANDALL WILLIAM MOORE 24 Randall St., Worcester Mechanical " Randy " — SAME 2,3— ASME 4,5 — Co-op: Crompton Knowles Corp. PAUL RICHARD MOREL 37 Clarendon St., Maiden Electrical Freshman ' s Honor List Student — Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4 — Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu 4— Rifle Club 2— IRE 4.5— Co- op: Avco Corporation, Crosley Division, Avco Corporation R. D. Baird Atomic, Inc.; Ray- theon Company, Missile and Space Division. REXFORD M. MOREY 390 Riverway, Boston Electrical " Re. " — Freshman Honor Roll — Eta Kappa Nu 4 — Ski Team 1,2, 3,4,5 (captain) — HusSkier and Outing Cluli 1,2,3,4.5— IRE 4,5 — Co-op: Adams-Russell Com- pany, Inc. RICHARD GREGORY MORRIS 27 Pomeroy St., AUston Electrical Freshman Honor List — IRE- .A.IEE (co-editor, editor Random Noise) — Co-op: Minneapolis- Honeywell EDP Division, Tran- sitron Electronics Co., Pickard Bums, Spencer Kennedy, Ray- theon Corp. RUSSELL ELMER MORRIS 49 Carnes Street, Lynn Electrical " Russ " — Radio Club 2,3,4— Co- op: Avco, Bytrex — Married to: Janet C. Morris. Pi Tau Sigma First row: J. Santos, D. King, Jr., D. Nathanson, president, E. Hartnett, A. Ehrlich, D. Pizzut, J. Wells. Second row: R. J. Coughlin, R. Burns, R. Hauptmann, G. Karr, F. Madio, J. Driscoll, R. Colello. Third row: E. Raymond, K. Crowell, P. Hanley, Wm. McConarty, R. L Alper, B. Finn. LEO E. MORTIMER 1972 Washington St., Braintree Electrical IRE — Co-op: Laboratory For Electronics, Edgerton Germes- ha usen Grier. ROBERT FRANCIS MULLIN 86 Higihland Avenue, Quincy Electrical " Bob " — Baseball 1,2,3,4 Captain — Newman Club — Co-op: Beth- lehem Steel Company, Quincy Shipyard. STEPHEN LESLIE NAGEL r«I K 5619 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, N.Y Civil " Steve " — Student Representative 1,2-Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3- Treasurer 4,5-ASCE 3,4,5-Co- op: New York State Dept. Public Works, City of New ork Dept. Public Works. MARK AARON NELLES 227 Willow St., West Roxbury Mechanical Trutsee Scholarship 1 — ROTC Leadership Aivard 2 — ROTC Scholastic Award 1— Rifle Club 1,2 — Section Representative 2 — ASME 3,4,5— Coop: E. J. Flynn Assoc, Worthington Corp. — Married to: Helaine J. Nelles. ANGELO NICHOLS 22 Clive St., Jamaica Plain Electrical " Angle " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List — Frank B. Sanborn Scholarship 5 — Richard H. Lufkin Scholar- ship 3,4— Tau Beta Pi 4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Editor-and-Chie£ " RANDOM NOISE " 4,5- " RAN- DOM NOISE " Staff 2,3 -IRE- AIEE 2,3,4,5-Co-op: Itek Corp. Inc., Adams-Russell Co., Inc. HARRY WELLINGTON NICHOLS, JR. 209 Market St., Rockland Civil " Little Harry " — NUCES 3,4,5— Co-op: Loring H. Jacobs Regis- tered Land Surveyor. %3 - ' T ' CHARLES EDWARD NAHABEDIAN 1623 Centre St., Newton Highlds. Electrical " Chuck " , " Naha " , " General " — Freshman Honor Roll 1 — AFCEA Outstanding Junior Ca- det 4 — Distinguished Military Student 4 — Rifle Club 1— Na- tional Society of Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 (Pledge Officer) 4,5 (Alumni Representative) — National So- ciety of Scabbard and Blade 3, 4,5 (Membership Chairman) DANIEL NATHANSON 1761 Commonwealth Ave. Brigh ton Mechanical " Dapper " — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5— ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Andonia n Associates, Inc. STANLEY LOUIS NATHANSON 80 Strathmore Rd, Brighton Mechanical " Stan " — Dean ' s List 2,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — ASME 5 — Co-op: Wasco Products, Inc.; Rivett Lathe Grinder; Andonian As- sociates, Inc.; Reece Corp. ALAN JOSEPH NUTILE 4 Ashburton Ave., Woburn Electrical " Al " — IRE 5— AIEE 5— Co-op: Raytheon Company, General Electric Company. DONALD RICHARD NUTTER 22 Linden St., Lawrence Electrical " Don " — Co-op: U.S. Gear Com- pany, Sanders Associates Inc. HENRVK MONI SCHIMSHON OFFNER 85 Esmond St., Dorchester Electrical Co-op: Transitron, Honeywell, E.G. G. — Married to: Edith Ruboy. GEORGE DENNIS OLE.4RY 28 Crescent St., Somerville Electrical AIEE-IRE Program Chairman 2,3— AIEE Secretary 4 — Co-op: Bethlehem Steel Company. LEON CHARLES OMBRELLO BFE 8 Cotting Ave., Marlboro Elect rical HKN 4,5— IRE 3,4,5— Beta Gam- ma Epsilon Fraternity 2,3.4,5 — Rifle Club 2— Husky Hi-Liters 4 — Co-op: Raytheon Company — Married to: Natalie J. Peterson. ALAN JAMES OREMLAND 26 Vernon Street, Medford Mechanical " Jim " — Freshman Honor List — Student Union 1 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5— ASME 3,4,5— Co-op: Adams- Russell Co., Inc. DAVID FRANCIS OSBORNE 191 Columbia St., Maiden Electrical " Ozzie " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,4— AFCEA 4,5— IRE 4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 43 — Freshman Stu- dent Council 1 — Co-op: General Radio Company. LOUIS ROBERT PANICO 79 Harborview St., Dorchester Electrical " Lou " — Freshman Honor List — Newman Club (Social Committee Chairman, Program Committee Chairman) - AIEE-IRE (Class Representative, Program Com- mittee Chairman)— Co-op: Edg- erton, Germeshausen and Grier. WILLIAM PAGE PARKER BPE 55 Peachtree Rd., Glastonbury, Conn. Mechan ical " Bill " — -Beta Gamma Epsilon 2, S,i,5— (Pledge Chairman) 3 — (Treasurer) 5— ASME 5 (Pres.)— Co-op: Springfield Gas Light Company, United States Steel Corporation. HARRY RICHARD PARSONS 35 Franklin St., Medford Mechanical AIME 4,5— Co-op: Mystic Valley Gas Company — Married to: Elizabeth Jane Saulnier. MARTIN A. PATT 330 Medford Street, Maiden Electrical " Marty " — Dean ' s List Student 2, 3,4,5 -Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 -Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Northeastern News 1— Student Council 2,3 — Student Union 3— Husky Key 3— Co-op: Adams-Russell Co., Inc. Left to Right: Professor Graves, Professor Cushman, Student, Professor Kreimer. NICHOLAS PELLEGRINO 43 Bennington St., Quincy Electrical Dean ' s List 2— IRE 3,4,5— New- man Club 3,4 — Co-op; Bethle- hem Steel Company, Raytheon, Gabriel Electronics. ASCE-BSCE First row: C. Riordan, treas., A. D ' Alelio, sec, J. Perry, pres., A. Pincince, program chairman, G. Gove, P. Pronovost. Second row: D. Brown, P. Roy, H. Minsky, S. Nagel, W. Glover, H. Nichols. Third row: A. Bloom, W. Butler, E. Sweeney, G. Fagone, D. Hand,]. Swanson. WARREN PELUSO I AP 842 East Fourth St., So. Boston Electrical " Gigi " — Ex-Officio Senior Class —Phi Alpha Rho 3,4 (IPC Rep- resentative) 5 (Pledgemaster) — Newman Club 2,3 (Publicity Chairman) — Husky Key 2,3 — Senior Week Committee Day Chairman — NU Agitator 3 — IRE 5— Co-op: Baird-Atomic Inc., Wicrowave Associates Inc., Bos- ton Insulated Wire Cable Co. BRENDAN FRANCIS O ' BRIEN 762 Beech Street, Hyde Park Electrical " OBie " — Dean ' s Student List 1,2, 3,45 — IRE — Co-op: Boston Naval Ship Yard. LAURIE WILFRID PENNEY 349 Warren Street, Needham Industrial Massachusetts State Scholarship 1-Rifle Club 1-AIIE 3,4 (Sec- retary) 5 — Co-op: Anderson En- gineering Company, Cambridge Electric Light Company, Lom- bard Governor Corporation, Raytheon Company. PAUL L. PENNEY 6 James Street, Brookline Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — President ' s Award 4 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Student Coun- cil 2,3,4,5— IRE 1,2,3,4— Co-op: Andrew Alford Consulting En- gineers. JOHN PHILLIP PERKINS NEZ 100 Stanford Avenue, Lincoln Pk., Reading, Pa. Chemical AIChE 2,3,4,5— NEZ Fraternity 2,3,4 (Pledge Master) 5 (Vice- President) — Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Huskiers and Outing Club 3,4 (Vice-President) 5 — Inter Fraternity Council 3,4 (Sports Chairman) — Co-op: Armstrong Rubber Company, Sylvania. JOHN ELLERY PERRY, JR. P.O. Box 92, Scotland, Conn. Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4 (President) 5 — Co-op: Harry R. Feldman, Massachusetts Port Authority. HENRY FRANCIS PETERS, JR. 156 Center Avenue, Abington Electrical Co-op: The Foxboro Co. ARNOLD LAURENT PETERSON 111 Greenville Street, Spencer Electrical " Pete " — Rifle Club 2— Art Club 3,4,5— IRE 4,5— Co-op: Ray- theon, AVCO — Married to: Mar- ion Spiewak. GEORGE SIMONDS PETERSON 706 Pleasant Street, E. Weymouth Mechanical " Pete " — Swing Band 1 — Hus- kiers 3.4,5— ASME 3.4,5— Co-op: Mathewson Machine Works — Married to: Karin H. Peterson. RUSSELL LEONARD PETERSON 72 Oakland Avenue, Wollaston Civil " Russ " — Rifle Club 2,3,4,5 — NUCES 3,4,5— Scabbard and Blade 4,5— SAME 4,5— Co-op: Loring H. Jacobs. ROBERT GILWELL PETTIT r-i-K 264 Homer Street, Newton Centre Mechanical " Beau " — ASME 3,4 (Program Chairman) 5— SAME 2,3,4,5 — National Society of Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (Pledge Master) Gamma Phi Kappa 4,5 (Inter- Fraternily Representative — Co- op: Gregstrom Plastics Corp., Quartermaster Research and Developmen t Command, Avco Corp. JOHN ANTHONY PICARDI 20 Bennett Road, Watertown Electrical " JP " — IRE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: New England Telephone and Tele- graph Company. ALBERT BERNARD PINCINCE 61 Paine Street, So. Bellingham Civil " Al " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Civil Engin- eering Society (Program Chair- man) — Tau Beta Pi — Co-op: Camp, Dresser McKee — Mar- ried to: Barbara L. Noel. LAWRENCE MARTIN PINDER BPE 48 Maple Avenue, Box 608, Dover, New Jersey Mechanical " Pinto " — Beta Gamma Epsilon Fraternity 2,3,4,5 (Treasurer, ] ' ice-President) — Northeastern News 3 — Co-op: Picatinny Ar- senal. ALFRED ANTHONY PIZZANO 77 Reservoir Avenue, Revere Electrical Dean ' s List Student 3,4,5— AIEE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: New England Power Sen ' ice Co. — Married to: Elaine M. Ginnetti. DONATO F. PIZZUTI 104 Quincy Street, Quincy Mechanical " Don " — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — . SME 3,4 (Treasurer) 5-SAME 2— Student Union 1,2— Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Co-op: Mathewson Machine Works, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. CHARLES PHILIP POLIZZOTTI BA 294 Howard Street, Lawrence Electrical " Chuck " — ROTC Leadership and Achievement Award 1 — Dis- tinguished Military Student 4 — IRE 5-AFCEA 1,2,3,4,5 (Secre- tary)— Vhi Beta Alpha 3,4,5— Husky Key 4,5 — Co-op: Avco Corporation — Research and Ad- vanced Development Division. BLAINE POTTER rn 13 High Street, West Brookfield Mechanical " Pot " — Band 1,2— SAME 3— Phi Gamma Pi 3,4,5— ASME 5— Anti-Guerrilla Group 5 — Co-op: Crompton Knowles Corp. — Warren Pumps Co. RICHARD H. POULIOT 287 Summit Avenue, Allston Electrical " Dick " — IRE 2,3,4,5 — (Editor Random Noise) 4,5 — Charter Member National ROTC Band Association 4,5 (Operations Offi- cer) 4 — Northeastern University Band 1,2,3,4,5 (Man ager) 3 — Northeastern University Dance Band 1,2,3,4 (Secretary) 4— Co- op: Andrew Alford Consulting Engineers — Married to: Georg- ette Tremblay. LAUREN MELBOURNE PRESTON 2 Loeber Place, North Brantord, Connecticut Civil Rifle Club 2 — American Society of Civil Engineers 3,4,5— ROTC Flight Training 5— ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Connecticut Highway Department, William C. Custer, Inc. ■ ' 0 " «fp PAUL ERNEST PRONOVOST 33 Moore Street, Somen ' ille Civil ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5— SAME 4,5 — United States Geological Sur- vey. LAWRENCE PRESCOTT RAMSDELL 26 Mt. Vernon Street, Saugus Civil " Larry " — IRE 2— Jazz Soc. 2— ASCE-BSCE 4,5— Co-op: City of Peabody, Mass., Essex Survey Service. RONALD FRANKLIN ANTHONY RAPALLO 20 Schoolhouse Road, Medford Civil •Ron " — ASCE-BSCE Student Chapter 2,3,4,5— Co-op: City of Medford, Metropolitan District Commission. PAUL LeBARON RASPE 22 Oberlin Road, Hamden, Connecticut Electrical Eta Kappa Nu, Gamma Beta Chapter 4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5— Co- op: The . Teleregister Corpora- tion, CBS Laboratories. JOHN D.WISON RATTRAY 457 Main Street, Melrose Civil " Jack " — Dean ' s List Student 2,3, 4,5— ROTC Scholarship Award 2 — N.U. Civil Engineering Soci- ety 2,3,4.r)— N.U. Civil Engineer- ing Honor Society 4.5 — Tau Beta Pi 4„5— Co-op: Fay, Spof- ford 8c Thorndike, Clarkeson Engineering, New England Sur- vey Service, Miller Nylander — Married to: Virginia E. Brow- nell. EDWARD JOHN RAYMOND 131. Belmont Street, Everett Mechanical " Ed " — Freshman Honor List 1, Dean ' s List 3. Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 -Tau Beta Pi 5 - .A.SME 3,43 (Section Representative) 4 — Co- op: Scully Signal Company. THOMAS JOSEPH REU 1529 North Street, Pittsfield Mechanical " Tom " — ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op Sprague Electric Company. Professor Chang Electrical Engineering. RICHARD DAVID RHODES, JR. AP Westmoreland, New Hampshire Chemical " Dusty " — AIChE 2,3,4,5 — Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 — Student Council 3,4,5— Class Board 2,3— Folk Music Society 4,5 — Agitator Staff 3 — Huskiers 4,5 — Co-op: Fafnir Bearing Company, Avco Corporation, Research and Ad- vanced Development Division. JOEL LEWIS RICHMOND 2 Hiawatha Road, Boston Electrical " Joe " — IRE 3,4,5— Dean ' s List 5— Radio Club 1,2-Military Affili- ated Radio System 1,2,3,4 (Presi- dent) 5— Co-op: Automatic Radio Mfg. Co., (. utobiotronic Medi- cal Research Division) . JAMES monrof:riddell 11 Boston Street, Salem Chemical Co-op: Sylvania Electric Prod- ucts, Inc. — Married to: Dorothy M. Dellortano. GREGORY LA ' RENCE RILEY 15 Standish Street. Veymouth Electrical Eta Kappa Xu 5— IRE 5— Co- op: Raytheon Manufacturing Co., Inc., Edgerton Germeshau- sen Grier, Inc. — Married to: Marilyn A. Vuerth. COURTNEY RIORDAN 43 Braeburn Road, Hyde Park Cntil Dean ' s List Student 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 (Corresponding Secretary )-J IVCES 3,4,5 (Treas- urer)— Civil Eng ' g Honor Soci- ety 43 (President), — Co-op: Brask Engineering Co., C. J. Kray Consultant Engineer, An- derson-Nichols Sc Co., Inc. EUGENE BERNARD ROSEN 516 Blue Hill Avenue, Boston Electrical " Gene " — Dean ' s List Student 1, 2,3,4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,.5— Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 (Presidenty-IRE 2,3,4,5 --A1EE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: .- lford Manufacturing Com- pany, Mitre Corporation — Mar- ried to; Rochelle S. Lurie. i ARTHUR HENRY ROSENSTEIN ZPT 16 Shandon Road, Dorchester Chemical " Artie " — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4,5 — Intra- Mural Basketball, Rifle Club 2 — AIChE 2,3, (Treasurer) 4,5— Co-op: Raytheon Company, Tileston and Hollingsworth. A. I. Che. E. First row: P. Bemis, J. Falkowski, senior representative, C. Speight, vice-president, M. Herman, president, M. Untz, secre- tary-treasurer, K. Wuttke. Second row: J. Maressa, E. Johnson, D. Young, K. Whiteacre, N. Borenstein, K. Spencer. Third row: R. Warren, G. Shaw, D. Pattee, C. Booth, T. Titlebaum, J. Perkins, S. Levin. FORTUNATO NATALE ROTONDO Bedford Street, Concord " Fudgy " -ASME-Co-op: North- eastern University, General Elec- tric Company, Itek Laboratories. ALFRED CURRY ROUSSEAU 180 Den Quarry Road, Lynn Electrical " Al " — Radio Club 1,2 (Presi- dent) 3 (Vice-President) 4,5 — Co- op: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. PAUL ALFRED ROY lA West Street, Milford Civil Dean ' s List 3,4,5— ASCE-BSCE Student Chapter 3,4,5 — Co-op: Town of Walpole, Engineering Dept. — Married to: Sally A. Erickson. THOMAS EDWARD RUSSELL 51 . llston Street, Charlestown Electrical " Tom " — Freshman Honor List Dean ' s List 4— Co-op: Boston Na- al Shipyard. Professor Gustav S. Rook Professor of Graphic Science FRANK CHARLES RYDWANSKV, JR. 180 Elm Street, Quincy Electrical Distinguished Military Student 4,5— AIEE 3,4,5— IRE 3,4,5— Baseball 1— Rifle Club 1 - ROTC Band 1,2,3,4,5— Ameri- can Rocket Society 2,4,5 — Scab- bard and Blade 3,4,5 — Co-op: Nortronics, Div Northrop Corp., Contronics, Inc. ROBERT ELLIOT SACHER TE 25 Allen Avenue, Waban Chemical Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4,5 — Mathematics Club 1 — Intra- mural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — AIChE 3,4,5 — Co-op: Army Quartermaster Research and Engineering Center, American Wool Conditioning House. NEIL BARRY SANDERS TE 56 Pilgrim Road, Marblehead Electrical Class Cabinet 2,3— Husky Key 3. 43 (Treasurer) — Hus-Skiers 2.3, 4,5— Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Co. DAVID TYLER SANDERSON 121 Raymond Street, Cambridge Electrical ■Dave " — Rifle Club 1,2— Radio Club 1— MARS Club 2,3,4 (Vice- President) 5 — IRE 4,5 — Co-op: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology Instrumentation Labora- tory. DOUGLAS KENNETH SANDS t A? 95 Rolling Lane. Needham Industrial " Doug " , " Sandy " , " Shifty " — Phi .Alpha Rho 4,5 (Ritual Histor- ian)— Oasi Cabinet 2.3,4,5 — Rifle Club 12— AIIE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Columbia Packing Co. PHILIP HORTON SANFORD Off Plimpton Street, Walpole Mechanical •Phil " -Deans List 4 - ASME 4,5 — Co-op: The Foxboro Com- pany — Married to: Rosemarie Sanford. ROBERT HAROLD SANFORD 7 Mount Vernon Street, Reading Electrical " Bob " — IRE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: General Electronics Laboratories VICTOR SYLVIA SANTOS 44 Rodman Street, Quincy Mechanical " Vic " — Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 2,33 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Dance Band 1,2,3 — Jazz Society 1— ASME 3,4,5— Co-op: Bethle- hem Steel Company, Metals Controls Division of Texas In- struments — Married to: Judith L. Santos. EDWARD JOSEPH SARKISIAN 10 Reservoir Road. Arlington Industrial Deans List 5— SAM 3— AIIE 3, 4,5 — Co-op: Sylvania Electric Co., Eugene Engineering Co. ROBERT DIRAN SARKISIAN 36 Graphic Blvd., Bergenfield, N. J. Electrical Class Cal)inet 2.3,4,5 — Husky Key 3,4,5 - IRE 2,5 - Co-op: R.C...A., Northeastern University -E.R.P. ' h ROBERT jOSILl ' H SATURN 1220 Clevling Street, Schenectady. New York Electrical " Bob " — IRE 4.; " )— Co-op: Baird- Atomic — Married to: Nancy Reynolds. CHARLES FREMONT SEARS, JR. Sears Road, Goshen Mechanical " Charlie " — Basketball 1 — ASME 4 (Co rresponding Secre- tary) 5 — Co-op: Sprague Electric Company. JOHN WILLIAM SCANLON 77 Farragut Road, So. Boston Chemical Dean ' s List 2,3,4— Co-op: ACH Fiber Service, Samuel Cabot Inc., .WCO. WILUAM ALLEN SAVAGE 54 Sherman Bridge Road, Wayland Civil " Bill " — ASCE 2,3,4„5 (Treasurer) 3— ASME 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Town of Framingham, Engineering Department. HERBERT SCHLEGEL, JR. 1 AP RD 2, Greenville, New York Electrical " Sarge " — Freshman Honor List —Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Liiftin Fund Scholarship 3 — Eta Kappa Nu— IRE 43— Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 — Co-op: Adams-Russell Company, Inc. — Married to: Rose Mae Smith. DALE WILLIAM SCHUBERT 32 Brewster Road, Newton Highlands Mechanical Dean ' s List Student 3 — .Ameri- can Rocket Society (J ' ice-Presi- dent) 5— Pi Tau Sigma 4,5— Co- op: Houghton Mifflin Company —The Riverside Press, Barry Wright Corp. WARD LEONARD SEARS 301 Minot Street, Dorchester Civil " Lee " - ROTC-DMS 4— NUCES 2,3,45— Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Capt.) —SAME 4,5— Co-op: Ernest W. Branch Inc. — Married to: Jennie F. Castigliego. ANTHONY JOSEPH SALUTA I AP 28 hapley Avenue, Medford Mechanical " Tony " — Dean ' s List Student 2 Rifle Oub 1— Varsity Track 2— Section Representative 1,2 — Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5— ASME 3,4,5— Silver Masque 4 — Husky Key 4, 5 — Co-op: Jackson Moreland Company, Inc., Dynatech Corp- oration, AVCO-Research and Development. Society of Women Engineers FIRST ROW: Mrs. E. Dunlap kl visor) , C. Fichera (pres.) . SECi ?f ROW: U. Teti, E. Ryan ( tj pres.) , B. Smith. ' ROBERT MAURICE SHEEHAN 27 Lee Street, Salem Electrical " Bob " — IRE 4,5— Coop: Can- non Electric Company. RONALD EDWARD SERWIN 84 Avon Street, Lawrence Chemical " Ron " — Trustee Scholarship 1 — AIChE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Tyer Rubber Company, Instrumenta- tion Laboratory, M.I.T. GARY LYMAN SHAW, SR. 7 Maple Street, Broadalbin, New York Chemical " G.L. " — Dean ' s List 3,4,5— Tau Beta Pi— AIChE 2,3,4,5— Folk Music Society 3,4,5 — Class Cabi- net 3,4,5 — Co-op: General Elec- tric Research Laboratory — Mar- ried to: Jean D. Shaw. ALBERT FLETCHER SHEA r K 31 Kenilworth Street, Portland, Maine Mechanical " Al " — Gamma Phi Kappa 1,2,3, 4,5 (Secretary) — Freshman Track — ASME 3,4,5 (Secretary)— Co- op: Central Maine Power Co., Portland Copper Tank Works — Married to: Jean Carol Rich- ardson. DONALD V. SIMPSON 25 Washington Avenue, Stoneham Electrical " Don " — IRE 45— Co-op: C.B.S. Electronics, Logan Electronics. Microway Assoc. — Married to: Jane Ann Simpson. ROBERT FULTON SMITH 152 Wilbur. Road, Bergenfield, N. J. Electrical " Gorgo " — Husky Key 3,43 — IRE 2,3,4,5 — Random Noise Staff 3,5— Class Cabinet 4— Co- op: Radio Engineering Labora- tories, Baird Atomic Inc., Avco- Rad. PETER DAVID SOLTZ TE 875 Dedham Street, Newton Mechanical Dean ' s List 1 — Merrill Lovinger Memorial Award — Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 (Vice-chancellor) 5— Yacht Club 1,2— Jazz Society 1, 2 — Intrafraternity Council 4 — ASME 5 — Co-op: Itek Corp., Polaroid Corp. PAUL EDWARD SONIER Z+A 182 Central Street, Holliston Industrial Dean ' s List Student 5 — AIIE 2, 3,4,5 — SAME 3 — Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4,5— The Council of Professional Engineering Soci- eties 4,5 — Co-op: Draper Corp., St. Regis Paper Co., Raytheon Co., Documat Inc. ROGER STANLEY TIMBERLAKE R.F.D. 2.LivennoreFalls, Maine Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List Student 2.3,4— IRE 2.3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1,2.3.4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— Radio Club 2, 3 — o-op: Adams-Russell Co., Inc. GEORGE STEFANIDAKIS 137 Brattle Street, Arlington Chemical " Stef " — Outstanding Freshman Cadet — Dean ' s List 4 — Fresh- man Honor List — Treasurer of Sophomore Class— AIChE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: Cabot Corporation, ROBERT LOUIS STEPHENS 81 Westover Street, West Roxbury Mechanical " Bob " , " Steve " — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op: M.LT. Instrumenta- tion Laboratory — Married to: Constance Condos, HERBERT BERTRAM STERN 56 Goodale Road, Mattapan Mechanical " Nafti " — Co-op: Jet Spray Cooler Co., Northeastern Uni- versity, Lejl to Righi PiottNbor R Armknecht, Professor Overcash, Professor R. Kleinschmidt, WAYNE ROBERT RICHMOND STONE Z I A 1703 County Street, Somerset Mechanical " Stoney " — ASME 3,4,5 — Auto Club 45 — Co-op: Montaup Elec- tric Co. JOHN SULLIVAN II Woodbrier Road, West Roxbury Civil " Sully " — SAME 3,4,5 (Treas- urer) — ASCE-BSCE Student Chapter 2,3,45— Co-op: Hay- wood Haywood Boynton, New England Survey Service, Town o[ Burlington, Eng. Dept. I ' .ATRICK SULLIVAN 29 Howlend Street, Needham Electrical Dean ' s List 3,4 — Eta Kappa Nu 4— IRE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electronics, Contronics Inc. THOMAS EDWARD SULLIVAN 395 Massachusetts Avenue, No. , ndover Electrical " T " , " Mouse " — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,,5 — Tau Beta I ' i 4,5 — Student Council 4 — Co- op; AVCO RAD Corporation. WILUAM PETER SULLIVAN 99 Packard Street, Hudson Electrical " Sully " — IRE— Co-op: North- eastern Univ. — Electronic Rch. Project. GEORGE DONALD SUOKKO 12 Robert Post Road, Weymouth Mechanical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma — Tau Beta Pi — Section Representative 4 — Co-op: Pneu- matic Scale Corp., Ltd., Texas Instruments. S. A. M. E. First row: J. Haley, publicity chairman, H. Davison, Jr., vice-president, E. Wenners, Jr., president, W. Savage. Second roiv: S. Trettel, L. Pres- ton, D. Pattee, C. Bowers. WILLIAM McKINLEY SUTTIE 24 Blossom Street, Arlington Mechanical Fisher Body Craftsman ' s Guild Scholarship — First State Award —SAME 3,4,5— ASME 3,4,5 — Co-op: Trans-sonics, Stevens- Arnold, Bytrex Corp. JOHN HERBERT SWANSON 110 Glendower Road, Roslindale Civil ■Jack " — NUCES 2,3,4.5— Section Representative 45 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op: Fay, Spooford, and Thorndike Inc., Duffil Associ- ates, M.I.T. RICHARD PHILIP SWANSON 33 Pulaski Street, Jewett City, Connecticut Electrical " Dick " — Folk Music Society 3,4 —IRE 2.3,4,5— Co-op: Supervi- sor of Shipbuilding U.S.N. EDWARD ANTHONY SWEENEY 20 Kenwood Road, Everett Civil " Big Ed " — Dean ' s List 4 — NUCES 3,4,5— Co-op: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, William C. Custer Inc. FREDERICK NEWTON SWENDEMAN 36 Duncklee .Avenue. Stoneham Mechanical ' ■Fred " -RiHe Club 1 - ASME 3, 4,5 — Co-op: Scully Signal Com- pany, Anderson Engineering Company, Mystic Valley Gas Company. PAUL JOSEPH THERIAULT 47 Main Street, Somerville Chemical Co-op: ACH Fiber Svc, Syl- vania Electric, Inc. — Married to: Judith H. Theriault. LYLE CHAMPLIN THOBURN 68 Main Street, Reading Civil ASCE 3,4,5— International Re- lations Club 1 — Camera Club 3 — Co-op: New England Gas and Electric, Dana F. Perkins — Mar- ried to: Clare Glidden. CLARK ALLAN FOSTER THOMAS 30 Great Brook Valley Avenue, Worcester Electrical IRE 4 — Coop: Raytheon. CHU .Associates — Married to: Barbara -Ann Thomas. CLYDE SAMUEL THOMPSON 4 Chapel Street, Newmarket. N. H. Industrial AIIE 4.5 — Co-op: Sanders As- sociates Inc., Infrared Industries Inc., Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. EDWARD FERNANDO THOM.AS, JR. 72 Barstow Street, Salem Electrical " Nuppie " — Freshman Honor Roll — AFCEA 1— Rifle Club 1— Rocket Society 3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5— Co-op: C.B.S. Electron- ics, Sylvania. A. F. C. E. A. First row: Maj. G. Nigro, advisor, R. Bea treas., Maj. W. Prout, advisor. Second i Crichfield. JAMES FREDERICK TOWNSEND BFE 248 Pearl Street, Newton Electrical " Jim " , " Tiny " — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3 (Social Chairman) 4, 5 — MARS 1,2 (Construction Chairman) 3 (Vice-President) 4 (Treasurer) — Co-op: Minneap- olis-Honeywell Regulator Co.- E.D.P. Division, General Com- munication Company, New Eng- land Instrument Company. LOUIS JAMES TITUS 33 Spring Park Avenue, Jamaica Plain Industrial " Lou " — AIIE 3,43 — Co-op: Stevens Arnold Inc., Engineer- ing Sales Corp. ST EVEN LAWRENCE TOCMAN 2K 60 Woodstock Avenue, Boston Civil " Steve " — Sigma Kappa Psi 2,3, 4,5— ASCE-BSCE-NUSC 3,4,5— SAME 3,4,5— Co-op: Eastern Aerial Surveys Inc., Harry R. Feldman Inc. — Married to: Sandra Lois Kasselman. STEVEN JAMES TRETTEL 9 Ferguson Street, Milford Civil " Steve " — Dean ' s List 4 — Distin- guished Military Student 5 — ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5— SAME 3,4, 5— Rifle Club 2— Co-op: East- man Corbett Inc. — Married to: Rosemary Demichele. ARTHUR JOSEPH TROY 12 Fellsway West, Somerville Electrical " Art " — Dean ' s List 2,4,5— IRE 2,3,4,5— Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (Treasurer) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Co-op: General Electronic Labs Inc., Westinghouse Manufactur- ing Co., Carbert Manufacturing Co. ARMAND ALPHONSE TRAHAN 38 Bird Street, Quincy Electrical Rifle Club 1— AFCEA 1— Amer- ican Rocket Society 3 — AIEE 4, 5— IRE 4,5— Co-op: M.I.T. In- strumentation Laboratory. kyd i, vice pres., A. Finkel, pres., M. Corullo, . Delorey, J. Hayes, R. Reublinger, D. ROBERT LEARNARD WASHBURN •I-AP 885 East Fourth Street, South Boston Electrical " Bob " — Freshman Honor List — Phi Alpha Rho 3,4 (President) 5- Student Council 3,4 (President) 5— Husky Key 3,4— Husky Hi- Liters 3,4,5— MARS 2— IRE 4,5 -CAULDRON 5-Senior Week- 62 Commencement Ball Chair- man. SIDNEY J. WARTEL 35 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton Electrical " Sid " — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 — IRE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Boston In- sulated Wire and Cable Co., New England Transformer Co., Avco Research Laboratories, Radio Shack. JORGE TURBAY Calle 10 3-48, Cucuta, Colombia, S.A. Industrial Class Cabinet 1,2— AIIE (Secre- tary) 4,5 — Co-op: Microwave De- velopment Laboratories, Ferro- tec Inc., Wm. Underwood and Co., Transitron Electronics Corporation. JOSEPH M. VECCHIO 106 Frederick Avenue, Medford Mechanical " Joe " — Dean ' s List 4 — Section Representative 1— ASl E 2,3,4,5 —Co-op: M.I.T. PIETRO VENTRESCA 2 Holden Court, Boston Electrical Eta Kappa Nu 5— IRE 3,4,5— Co-op: New England Trans- former, Contronics, Inc., Avco Research and Development. EDWARD JOSEPH WALSH 73 Sunnyside Avenue, Woonsocket, R. I. Electrical " Eddy " — Freshman Honor List 1— Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Distinguished Military Stu- dent 5— Rifle Club 1— MARS Club 3 — Coop: Instrument De- velopment Laboratories, Inc., The Foxboro Co. DONALD JAMES VAUGHAN 53 Baker Avenue, Shrewsbury Civil " Hack " - Basketball 2— NUCES 3,4,5 — Co-op: Town of Shrews- bury, Engineering Department. JOSEPH MICHAEL WELLS BFE Box 53E Mammoth Road, Pelham, N. H. Mechanical " Joe " — ASME 3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5— Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4 (Treasurer)— ROTC Band 1, 2,3,4,5— NU Concert Band 1,2,3 — Dance Band 2,3 — Mayor of Huntington Avenue 2 — Husky Key 2,3— Co-op: DAVID WALTER WOLFE i rn 167 Prospect Street. Westfield Mechanical " Wolfie " — Phi Gamma Pi 2 (Pledge Master, Sgt. of Arms) 3 (Social Chairman, IFC Repre- sentative, Vice-President) 4,5 — Inter-Fraternity Council 4 (Sec- retary) 5 (Vice-President, Rush- ing Chairman) — ASME 3,4,5— Co-op: The H. B. Smith Co. Inc., Barry Controls Div. of Barry AVright Corp. EDWARD BERNARD WENNERS, JR. NEZ 9 Hall Street, Jamaica Plain Civil " Ed " — Distinguished Military Student Award 4,5— SAME 3,4 (President) 5 — Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 — ASCE-BSCE 2,3,4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (Chair- man of the Military Ball) 5 — Rifle Club 1— Engineer ' s Council 3,4.5 (Secretary-Treasurer) 4 ■ — • ROTC Band 2 RICHARD WAYNE WHEELER New London, New Hampshire Chemial " Dick " — N.U. Band 1,2,3,4,5 — Folk Music Society 3,4— AIChE 2,3,4,5 — Co-op: General Foods Corporation, Arthur D. Little, Inc. JOHN IVERS WINMILL 25 Elizabeth Circle, Framingham CiVi7 " Windy " — Rifle Club 1— ASCE- BSCE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Poley- .Vbrams Corporation — Married to: Nancy Carder. HOWARD ARTHUR WOODBURY 2 Ronald Road, Arlington Mechanical " Howie " — Rifle Club 1— ASME 3,4,5— SAME 4,5— Co-op: Hesse Eastern Div. MARTIN HENRY WOODLE 50 Newcomb Avenue, Arlington Mechanical " Woody " — Rifle Club 15- Auto Club 1,2,3— ASME 3,4,5— Co-op: Carpenter and Paterson Inc., In- frared Industries Inc., Dynatech Corp., Hesse-Eastern — Married to: Joan W. Woodle. DONALD LEWIS YOUNG 24 Warren Street, Beverly Chemical " Don " — AIChE 3,4,5 — Co-op: CBS Electronics, Waterlac Fin- ish Co. DAVID JOHN WOODWARD Star Route, Plainfield, N. H. Electrical " Woody " — IRE 3,4,5 — Co-op: Epsco Inc. LEONARD W. WORONOFF 510 Norfolk Street, Mattapan Electrical " Len " — Rifle Club 1— MARS 2 — Husky Key 3,4 (Chairman, Div. B) 5— IRE 3,4,5— Co-op: Sylvania Electric Products Com- pany Inc., Waltham Laborator- ies. PER YNGVE TREBERG 109 St. Stephen Street, Boston Mechanical " Pete " — Co-op: Cambridge Elec- tric Light Company. ANTHONY NICHOLAS ZACCONI 5 Longview Street, Natick Electrical IRE 5 — Co-op: Raytheon Com- pany. STANLEY GEDIMINAS ZIKAS 929 E. 4th Street, South Boston Electrical " Zeke " — IRE 3,43 — Pershing Rifles 1,2— Husky Key 1— Co- op: Chas. T. Main Inc. JOSEPH ANTHONY ZIMBONE 72 Fairview Avenue, Maiden Electrical " Joe " — IRE 2,3,4,5— Co-op: Bos- ton Naval Shipyard. CHARLES E. ADAMSON, JR. 566 Ash St. Brockton, Mass. GLENN A. ALLEN 63 Creighton St. Cambridge, Mass. ESLATHIS ANAGNOSTOPO 54 Highland Ave. Haverhill, Mass. PETER J. ARENA 25 Winstead Ave. Woburn, Mass. HENRY M. BARRY 34 Herrold Ave. Brockton, Mass. RICHARD A. BERTONE 173 Wachusetts St. Franklin, Mass. PATRICIA E. BURNHAM 22 Forest Rd. Walpole, Mass. ROBERT C. BUSTARD 95 Cross St. Randolph, Mass. JOSEPH P. COULLAHAN 17 Wachusett St. Boston 30, Mass. CHARLES F. CROWLEY 1504 Commonwealth Ave. Boston 35, Mass. EDWARD S. DELEMOS 46 Laurel St. Somerville, Mass. ROGER J. DOLAN 198 Canton Ave. Milton, Mass. 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