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Tmo roads diverged in a wood, and -- I look the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. " Frosf EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Anne Burnett MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Joseph Codispoti Katherine L. Murphy PHOTO EDITORS ART EDITOR ROTC EDITOR LITERARY EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Charles Dapsauski David Alan Laster C. Suzanne Pickett Nicholas Billows Donald Bates John R. Shipley ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITORS SPORTS EDITOR FRATERNITY EDITOR HISTORIAN CARTOONIST Vincent Alabiso Dennis Robinson Arthur Hatton J. Ronald Jenks Kenneth Boyce Robert Ristino PHOTO STAFF SPORTS STAFF BUSINESS STAFF Paul Loughlin . Paul Mancini . Jane Monarch . Kathleen Morey . Lorraine Petrio-Gorski Robert Harding . Joseph Heuston . Jeffrey Northrup . Robert Ris- tino . Kevin Uniacke John Callahan . Edward Cardoza . Michael Cleary . Deborah Ship- ley . Leonard Silvia . David Kane PRODUCTION STAFF Donald Anderson . Martin Blue- stein Marie Buckley . Helen Cahill . James Calvert . Joseph Caruso . Gloria Cerreta . Frank Correnti . James Demenkow . Richard Donovan . Anne Flecchia . Nina Hantzis . Joan Krystock . Barbara LaFlamme . Nancy Low- ther . Bernard Lucey . Roberta Orenstein . Barry Shane . Robert Yaeger THE 1965 CAULDRON TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CLASS HISTORY NORTHEASTERN CAMPUS ACTIVITIES THE GREEKS SPORTS ROTC GRADUATES ADVERTISING 6 9 24 42 60 134 172 218 230 338 m mm D E D I C When most of us in the Class of 1965 remember Professor G. Raymond Fennell, we will think of him as the gracious heart behind our Student Union. This is how we knew him best; full of smile and neatly attired behind his simple desk in the Student Center. But, there is another man behind that desk few of us know, a man noted to have " the best administrative edu- cation on the faculty, " one of the dedicated back- bones of the University for the past thirty-six years. Prof. Fennell was a teacher of economics until 1962, and he has been administrator par excellence since 1929. His duties over the years have ranged from hiring women employees and screening faculty, to admitting students and aiding in the establishment of University policies. In all, he has given the best of his laughter, studies, com- mon sense and initiative. As an alumnus since 1926, he has been known for good talk and free thinking. For us, he is the man who has given us fond memories, hope and a belief in the little, but important, life we have led at our Alma Mater. His charity and hard work have made fora course in humanity listed in the unofficial catalogue of our experience and intellectual leanings. 1 T I N English is his profession, but human under- standing and creativity are his convictions, and Professor Louis E. Roberts gave them to many of us with a v armth and intellectual fervor that has become part of us in memory and heart through the art which evolved in his classrooms. Many of us have known and appreciated Prof. Roberts, faculty advisor to the CAULDRON, our yearbook, The Nil Writer, our literary magazine, Pegasus, our poetry society, and the Northeastern NEWS, our weekly newspaper. In all, he traded with us, freely and forcefully, his wisdom for our growth. The artist was always present in him, from his Freshman English where we learned about Gogol ' s " Overcoat " to his drama course and Miller ' s " Death of a Salesman. " Those who never missed it will remember that his Joseph Conrad was rough reading, but it brought us one of the truly great writers of the world. We listen- ed to Prof. Roberts discuss American Literature and Conrad on the radio and always, we listened to a serious mind. Leaving this friend of litera- ture and students will not be a loss for the Class of 1965; we have him. The loss is with others in the future. PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE It is a pleasure for me to extend my congratulations to the members of tfie Class of 1965. As you go forth from Northeastern, you join 37,000 other Northeastern graduates who comprise a very important segment of America ' s greatest resource — her educated men and women. As graduates of Northeastern University you are entering upon your careers at a time of great social upheaval. A new world politic is in the making and we are undergoing a transition from a society which had its roots in an industrial revolution to one which is now based on a scien- tific revolution — the age of science. The future peace and strength of our nation depends on the abilities of men and women like yourselves who can develop new social forms, ideas and the new political strategies needed to cope with the social problems of the new age in which we live. Because of the special kind of education which you have received — an education not pursued in isolation from the work-a-day world but rather in conjunction with it— you are in a unique position to assume places in the commu- nity much more rapidly and with much more impact than many ofyour peers in today ' s society. The challenge to you is to make the most of your opport unities and to use your education and talents to the fullest. May you accept the challenge and may God instill in each of you a passion for excellence in fulfilling whatever may be your role. Asa S. Knowles President William C.White Vice President and Provost Kenneth G. Ryder Dean of Administration Gilbert G. MocDonold Dean of Students Christopfier F. Kennedy Dean of Freshmen Dorothy G. Dissell Dean of Women Charles W. Havice Dean of Chapel Edward W. Robinson Dean of Men Robert J. Kates Director of Financial Aid 12 Richard W. Call Assistant to Dean of Freshmen NURSING Seated, from left: Prof. V. A. Chorvonneau; left: Prof. O. N. Reynolds; Prof. M. A, Space; Prof. L. A. Dean C. E. Voss; Prof. M. E. Gonyow. Standing, from Bosanko; Prof. J. L. Cushman. PHARMACY Seated, from left: Prof. F. E. Anderson; W. G. hard, cfiairman; Prof. G. M. Krause; J. L. Labreque; A. W. Osiecki; Asst. Dean R. E. Brilltiart; Dean L. C. Keagle; Prof. Eicfiolzer; Prof. H. C. Raubenheimer; A. S. Goldstein; Prof. J. M. Theodore, Jr.; Prof. B.J. Brent; Prof. E. R. Rand. Stand- O.J. Inashima. ing, from left: J. W. Webb; Prof. E. Spector; Prof. J. F. Rein- ECONOMICS Front row, from left: T. J. Trudell; Prof. S, Herman; D. Lowson; Prof. M. A. Horowitz, chairman; F. D. Ferguson; Prof. B. J. Spencer; Dr. M. Zymelman. Second row, from left: Prof. D. J. Wfieoton; Prof. M. J. Jeannero; L. W. Freeman; R. Del Gaudio; Prof. G. D. Shelby; Prof. E. M. Decicco; A. L. Vandendorpe; Prof. I. L. Lyons; Prof. H. M. Goldstein. Third row, from left: Prof. J. E. Condon; D. H. Graham; G. F. Downey; Prof. W. Hogg. MARKETING Seated, from left; Prof. C. Collazzo; Prof. C. H. Dufton, chairman; Prof. Q. L. Coons. Standing, from left: D. T. Steede; G. G. Birdsall; R. A. Schaff. FINANCE INSURANCE Seated, from left: Prof. P.C.Leano; Prof. E. R. Willett, chairman; Prof. S. Cerullo. Standing, from left: J, F. Fitzgerald; Prof. R. J. Hefire. MANAGEMENT Seated, from left: Prof. L. A. Keith, chairman. Standing, from left: Prof. J. Gorman; Prof. R. B. Higgins; Prof. R. W. Mullins. ACCOUNTING Seated, from left: Prof. R. A. Burnhom; Prof. R. G. Taylor; Prof. J. M. Golmme, chairman; Prof. S. A. Armen. Stand- ing, from left: R. H. Landry; Prof. A. V. Andersen; J. A. Palmucci; Prof. L. H. Molchman; H. H. Anderson. ART Seated, from left; Prof. G. Meserve, chairman; M. S. Dvor- cfiak. Standing, from left: Prof. R. Wells; Prof. W. Holden; Prof. R. Davis. DRAMA, SPEECH MUSIC Seated, from left: Prof. R. Nadeau; Prof. E. J. Blackman, cfiairman; Prof. W. Tesson. Standing, from left: Prof. R. J. Ferullo; Prof. M. Woodnick; Prof. L. DeVries; Prof. M. Kaplan. ir PHILOSOPHY Seated, from left: Prof. W. L. Fogg; C. W. Havice, cfiairman. Standing, from left: Prof. R. C. Hartman; Prof. E. A. Hacker. ENGLISH Seated, from left: Prof. W. H. Reynolds; Prof. F. Norvisfi; Barrs; Prof. G. Khiralla. Standing, from left: J. Kasantzi; J. K. M. F. Hernandez; Prof. V. E. Howes, cfiairman; E. Harp; Prof. J. T. Nerney; A. Rosen; B. J. Golvin; H. Vetstein; A. Dabilis; R. P. Finn. r )i V Jf MATHEMATICS First row, from left: G. Sorani; R. D. Klien; D. I, Epstein; H. L. Stubbs, chairman; Prof. E. M. Cook; Prof N. S. McCallister; Prof. W. C. Dean. Second row, from left: Prof H. deRivera; Prof. M. C. Homer; Prof. F. R. Sfiepardson; Prof. F. B Reis; Prof. E. J. Bootfi; Prof. E. H. Dunlap; Prof. S. Blackett; Prof B. B. Claffin; Prof. A. B, Hation; Prof. R. M. Antoine. Third row, from left: Prof. H. A. Perkins; Prof. B. Rudmon; Prof. D. Gorenstein; Prof. A. R. Calmarino; Prof. H. C. Flipp, Jr.; Prof. F. Hoimo; Prof. S. M. Giveen; Prof. V. R. Stokins. NATURAL SCIENCE Seated, from left: Prof. R. D. Ruggles; Prof. J. R. Overcash, chairman; Prof. B.C. Friedrich. Standing, from left: C. Clarke; Prof. D. L Wilmorth; A. W. Kochanczyk. JOURNALISM From left: Prof. G. Speers, chairman; H. Stearns; Prof. E. Quarrington. CHEMISTRY Seated, from left: Prof. W. E. Cass; Prof.D. M. Howell; from left: Prof. J. S. Gresser; Prof. E. L. Karger; Prof. H. T. Tien; Prof. W. F. Luder; Prof. E. E. Jones; Prof. R. A. Shepard, chairman; Prof. M. J. Eitel; Prof. F. S. Boig; Prof. E. J. Spinos; Prof. W. F. Prof. S. Zuffanti; Prof. A. Viola; Prof. C. M. Janowski. Standing, Holton; Prof. R. L. Stern; Prof. H. Naidus; R. W. Miller. PHYSICS Seated, from left: Prof. R. E. Grojean; Prof.T. H. Wallace; Hauser; Prof. D. G. Currie; Prof. M. T. Vaughn; Prof. Prof. R. G. Lacount, chairman; Prof. M. H. Friedman; Prof. R. L. G. Salzman; Prof. A. H. Cromer. Armowitt. Standing, from left; Prof. J. D. Oberholtzer; Prof. W. POLITICAL SCIENCE Seated, from left; Prof. M. Bursey. Standing, from left; Prof. D. L. Grimes; Goldman; Prof. R. G. Wilfong, chairman; Prof. L. G. C. F. Burke; G. Miles; J. Forester; F. Mancini. SOCIOLOGY Seated, from left: R. Rapoport; Prof. F. F. Lee, chair- man; Prof. M. Rubin. Standing, from left: Prof. T. N. Ferdinand; P. A. Biolor. PSYCHOLOGY Seated, from left: Prof. I. Samuels; Prof. A. B. Warren, chairman; Prof. H. S. Zomansky. Standing, from left; Prof. C. Karis; Prof. R. F. Brightbill; Prof. P. W. Pendleton. BIOLOGY Seated, from left: P. Morse; Prof. N. W.Rister, chairman; B. L. Karlsson. Standing, from left: Prof. F. A. Rosenberg; Prof. C. M. Goolsby; Prof. H. O. Werntz; Prof. C. Goinor; Prof. C. V. Pearincott. HISTORY Seated, from left: Prof. N. Fullington; Prof. R. Robin- son, cfiairman; Prof. W. Bishop. Standing, from left: Prof. R. MccDonald; Prof. R. Peer; Prof. N. Rosenblatt; Prof. S. Stem- bridge; Prof. P. Bockstrom. MODERN LANGUAGE Seated, from left: Prof. L. Cooperstein; Prof. A. L. Mezzocoppa, chairman; Prof. A. Aluf. Standing, from left: R. B. Modee; E. C. Taglieri; Prof. H. B. Day; R. I. Gordon; Prof. J. J. Ryan; Prof. S. Jarmillo. GRAPHIC SCIENCE Seated, from left: Prof. W. P. Rule; Prof. B. Standing, from left: Prof. K. S. Woodard; F. K. Brown; Mary Dean; Kraimer; Prof. O. F. Cushman, chairman; R. S. Lang; J. J. Devine. Prof. V. E. Howes; Prof. F. E. Truesdale; Prof. H. H. Graves. ELECTRICAL Front row, from left: Prof. S. H. Cfiang; Prof. L. F Cleveland; Prof. C. F. Muckenfioupt; Prof. A. E. Fitzgerald, chair man; Prof. W. F. King; Prof. M. J. Carrabes; Prof. W. Kellmer Second row, from left: W. P. Hansen; Prof. J. S. Rochefort; Prof, R. N. Martin; Prof. W. H. Lob; Prof. L, J. Nardone; Jane B. Combell; K. M. Hergenrotfier; Prof. K. E, Bourque; Prof. A. Grabel; Prof. A. Glazer; Prof. S. Fine. Third row, from left: Prof. W. J. Remillard; Prof. B. A. Cogbill; Prof. D. C. Lai; R. A. Gonsalves; Prof. L. J. O ' Connor; Prof. B. L. Cochrun; J. W. Caron. CIVIL Seated, from left; Prof. R. F. Armknecht; Prof. E. L. Spencer, Prof. R. L. Meserve; Prof. W. E. Joworski; Prof. S. Namyet; Prof, chairman; Prof. J. H. Lenney. Standing, from left: Prof. J. Firnkos; A. S. Goodman; Prof. L. M. Cohoon. INDUSTRIAL Seated from left: Prof. L, L. Parker; Prof. J. M. Moore, chairman; Prof. T. E. Hulbert; Standing from left: S. V. Hoover; Prof. A. A. Marcotte. Not pictured: Prof. G. J. Rivet. MECHANICAL Seated from left: Prof. W. O. Bruefil; Prof. P. A. Marino; Prof. J. J. Zelinski; Prof. A. R. Foster, cfiairman; Prof. A. J. Yorra; Prof. R. J. Murpfiy; J. C. O ' Callohan; Standing from left: W. Chu; Prof. T. E. Phalen; T. C. Coleman, Jr.; Prof. J. F. Dunn, Jr.; Prof. W. B. Nowak; S. L Natfionson; Prof. R. L. Wright; Prof. R. S. Blonchard; Prof. E. E. Mills. CHEMICAL Seated from left: Prof. C. S. Keevil; Prof. R. A. Troupe, chairman; Prof. J. G.Miserlis; Standing from left: R. E. Harris; Prof. B. M. Goodwin; Prof. J. A. Williams. EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS Seated, from left: Prof. S. Rogol- sky; Prof. W. R, Brown; acting cfiairmon; Prof. I. A. Nichols. Standing from left: Prof. S. J. Golburgfi; Prof. M. A. Needham; Prof. M. Higa. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Seated from left: Prof. N. F.Wood; Prof. D. L. Engerbretson; Prof. J. W. Fox, cfioirman; Prof. F. D. Frades; Prof. J. H. Englund. Standing, from left: C. E. Larson; Prof. W. L. Hottinger; Prof. K. Kassabian; Prof. H. A. Walker; R. C. Zobel. INSTRUCTION Seated, from left: Prof. M. Lee; Prof. R. Detfiy; Prof. R. W. DeLoncey. Standing, from left: Prof. R. C. McLean; Prof. H. A. Miner; Prof. R. S. Butters; Prof. R. L. Cord. CO-OP EDUCATION First row from left; Prof. A. K. Borman; Prof. E. V. Barrasso; Prof. H. C. Littlefield; Prof. E. R. Rand; Prof. Prof. T. E. McMahon; Prof. N. J, Caruso; J. F. Kimball; Prof. R. L T. J. McEneaney; Prof. K. R. Hancock; Prof. R. W. Miller. Tfiird row, Wooldridge, Dean; C. Cianci; L. R. Held; Prof. S. F. Austin. Second from left: Prof. C. F. Seoverns; R. W. Sommers; Prof. C. F. Field; row, from left; Prof. P. M. Pratt; Prof. O.K. Howe; Prof. P. E. Dube; Prof. V. F. Benson; C. E. Staob; Prof. J. E. Barbeau; J. J. Wade. GUIDANCE PLACEMENT From left: Prof.R.W. Read; Prof. D. R. Cook. READING From left; Prof. W. H, Buddington; Prof. M. Howards; Prof. J. F. Maguire. Welcome to Northeastern University! Northeastern can help you, as it has helped thousands of other ambitious students, to develop your talents to the highest level possible. The education you obtain here will give you the knowledge and the incentive to become lead- ers in Industry, science, government, education, and other fields in the years to come. You are entering Northeastern in a fascinating era — ■n era in w ' hich new scientific, medical, and social advances can bring new dignity to mankind. From the gravity of the present world situation must come new earnestness of purpose and new understanding of the wvth and signifi- cance of education on the part of students everywhere. Experience has shown us that Nartheastern ' s able and dedicated faculty and the Co-operatiTe Plan of Education will create • new motiTation in you — a nkolivation to meet the times in which w liT«. If you have the vision to tackle your studies and your work with a real spirit of high adventure — an inner spirit which drives you above and beyond the requirements alone — then the Co-operative Plan should be ideal for you. Northeastern will have fulfilled its basic purpose if you discover and develop your ability to think. As an alumnus five years hence you will appreciate far better than you can now that your adventures in education at Northeastern will serve you well as long as you live, for once you l)ecome aware of the true excitement of learning, your lifetime will l e a continuous quest for knowledge. May each one of you have a most successful career at Norliieastern tJniversity. :x .;?,«] vVS = t i- i?i . Ki VOL. XLII NO. 1 SEPTEMBER 7, 1960 Welcome Dance The first All-University Dance will be held Friday, Sept. 16, from 8:00 p.m, to 12;00 a.m. in the Girl " 3 Gym. Sponsored by the Husky Key, the student society for the promotion of school spirit, the dance will be a " Welcome Dance " for the freshmen. Frank Muri 61BA, chairman of the danre, stated that students from several of the women ' s colleges in the Greater Boston area have been invited to the semi-formal affair. Admission to the dance is 60 cents per person. Freshmen Throng Quadrangle Enrollment Tops 2000 Mark Coeds Outnumbered 7 to 1 By BOB NUNES For the first time in the 62-year history of Northeastern University, an incoming freshman class has passed the 2,000 enrollment mark. The Class of 1965, consisting of 2015 students has already begnan to set records. It is the biggest, rich- est (in terms of scholarships granted), and brainiest (most scholarships), in the University ' s history. class at 105, ttte largest in its history. Of that number, 60 have enrolled in tJie OoUege ' s School oif Pliyaical Education. Its 338 coeds make it the mo»t fefnale conscious, while its £0 phy iical edu- cfttion majors make it ttie most sports conscious. The classes 2,015 memt ers were picked from a record to- tal at more than 6000 applica- tions. A total of 10,000 per- sons requested information con- cerning the University. The Colleges of Liberal Arts and Education show the great- est growth. The College of Education reports a freshman Prof. Ryan Named New Frosh Advisor Dr. James J. Byan, prolessor of Modern Languages, has been nanied advisor to the Class of 1965, according to an announcement by Administra- tion officials. Prof. Ryan will aid the Freshman l)oard and cabinet la planning class functions. " As a teacher, " Prof. Ryan said, " I have always tried to awaken my stu- dents to the finer things of life. " As advisor I will be able to approach this troim a new angle. I hope the members of the freshmen class will keep tjh«ir minds open to fresh approaches. ' Or. Byan added that any freelmian seddng advice can find him in liis office in SOID (Ubnry BuUding) After graduating from Queens College N.Y. in 1M9, Prof. Ryan received his Mas- ters and Doctorate degrees in Spanish literature from the University of Wisconsin, The new class advisor came to Northeastern in 1856. Pre- viously he taught at the Uni- versity ot Connecticut and the Uoiverslty of Florida. In Liberal Arts, 440 freshmen tiofipcd la t year ' s record-breaking class of 400. Fresihman classes in the Col- leges of Engineering arxl Busi- ness Administpation were about equal with last year ' s freshman class. The College of Engineer- ing enrolled 665 students, in- cluding 10 coeds, in the Class ot 1965, wihile the College of Business Administration ac- cepted 475 freshmen. Fifteen freshman coeite enrolled in the College of Business Adminis- tration. While the majority of stu- dents are still from the Greater Boston area, the fresihman class enrolled students from all of New Englarfcd, New York, sever- al Mid-Atlantic states, and even some from California and Florida, Several students from foreign nations will also be studying at Bhe University, but figures concerning tSiese stu- dents are not yet availiable. (NEWSphoto By Jod Gerird) THE LULL BEFORE THE STORM — The quad rangle yesterday before the freshmen invasion. Incoming Class Receives $210,000 in Scholarships FroA advisor. A total of $210,000, granted in scholarships to The University granted $110,000 from lbs own re- sources to 214 freshmen. The grants were based on acade- mic eJooellence In preparatory schools and personal factors. Non-university sources awarded $100,000 In scholar- ships to 43 members of tii9 cHas of 1905, The largest single award, a $6000 General Motors Corporation Scholarship, was ' awarded to Richard White 65LA, a native of Waterford, Conn. White will major in physics in the College ot Liberal Arts. The United States Navy ' s Ap- prentloe Training Soholarship Proeram has awarded grants to 33 freshmen. Each student enrolled In the program will hav« the full expenses of his SCHOLARSHIPS Continued On Page Four the largest amount in the University ' s history, has been 257 incoming f reshmen. General Motors Awards $6000 to Physics Major A physics major in the University ' s College of Liber- al Arts, Richard White, has been named the recipient ot the largest scholarship awarded to a member of the freshman class, A graduate of Waterford (Connecticut Higti Schom. Class ot 1960, he was presi- dent of the school ' s Astron- omy Club, a member rf Its executive coutvcil, and active In tihe high school ' s National Honor Society. H« graduated third in a class of 157. White also played varsity basketball and football at Waterford. Contacted at his home. White told a NEWS re- porter that, " I was im- pressed with Northeastern after mj two visits there, " and that he hoped to play basketball if he could fit it into his schedule. " I feel very fortunate to receive this grant, " White said, " and only hope I will prove myself worthy of the honor. " The General Motors Cor- poration Scholarship ts awarded annually to an in- coming freshman. ' Hie Uni- versity now has ve students, one in each undergraduate class, attending the Univet- sifcy under the General Mot- ors Progi«m. GETTING OFF THE MTA no one knew what to expect. It was the first day of just a tew days for some, for others the first day of five long years. by Ken Boyce EVEN OUR FRESHMEN GIRLS were soon initiated when this sign somehow appeared above the door of the dorm. There were mixed emotions that day; it was warm and sunny and no one knew exactly what to expect. As we got off the MTA or rounded the turn from the North Lot, we were met with a sight that will remain with us as long as we remember Northeastern. Enclosed on three sides by large buildings of white brick was our class. Some of us gasped in disbelief, others shrugged in a display of bravado and moved into the milling mass, a few groaned about never being anything but IBM numbers, while the rest vowed to rise above it, and make his or her presence felt. There were strangers everywhere, sitting on the steps or on the benches around the trees in the quad, standing alone or in small groups of two and three, or lounging on the grass. Immediately, there was born a sort of kinship, a kinship of newness for, in this infancy, we were all brothers. r ' KING HUSKY One tradition ended with the death of King Husky. However, there was some feeling that actually the King was sent to Alaska as part of an expedition. -, We were a large family, actually the largest ever to enter the University — 2015 in number. We brought with us the most scholarships, coeds, and best assortment of athletes to date — September , 1960. Somehow we were herded into the auditorium where we met, along with several others, our ad- visor, Dr. James Ryan. Ofthemall, Dean Kennedy still stands out in our minds, primarily for one brief statement, " Look to your right and left, two of you will not be here for graduation. " " He ' s just trying to scare us, " we thought. Little did we know. A NEW TRADITION BEGINS Ole Man Rom from URI made his first of many appearances at Northeastern during our freshman year. MAYHEM BREAKS OUT It was the first mayoralty contest for us. Below is Koss-o-Boo-Boo; the one on the left- no, the RIGHT. We quickly got into the pace of the school (some of us bought swimming pool rights), and we reacted to the first big crisis. Within two weeks of our arrival the issue of a live husky arose; the Student Council wanted one, the student body said " Yes " and the ad- ministration said " No. " So one tradition ended, but without knowing it another began, as some students brought the University of Rhode Island ' s ram to our first foot- ball rally, before the URI game. We were in the year of the first, our first ram, and our first mayoralty contest, with some guy named Jack Nixovitch winning. But with one Husky Dog question out of the way, another quickly rose, one that dwarfed all other husky problems. Should the new statue of the husky be sitting or standing? NEW SPORT For those too young to go to the Claw, the gathering place was the warehouse. Class seats near windows were at a premium to get a good view. WHAAA? Suddenly it appeared! There in the quad was a real live, rocket. Never could steer those things. THE ONE AND ONLY snow sculpture contest in our collegiate history had " St. George and the Dragon " winning the top campus prize. OH, BY THE WAY convocations. We were also expected to attend those While the debate raged on, we got an omen of things to come because our frosh football team routed the Springfield team 46-14. A few short weeks later the team completed its season tieing the University of New Hampshire by a score of 6-6, to record an 8-0-1 slate for the year. Right on the heels of this came the word from basketball coach, Dick Dukeshire, that he was rather impressed with the frosh team and that he had high hopes for the future. We elected our first board of officers headed by a girl as president. As spring approached a new sport was ini- tiated, warehouse-destruction watching. At all hours of the day, large crowds cheered as the guy in the crane swung his concrete ball, scoring pin- point hits against the side of the warehouse, as If it were easy to miss something that large. In place of the warehouse we were told there would soon be a parking garage. Then within a few short weeks we completed our 30-week marathon and we were sophomores. RANKED FOURTH OUT OF FOUR Northeastern showed ' email! REVENGE Many a frustrated student had his day when several professors volunteered to become targets for the Korean Town Drive. The Year of Growth We were beginning the year of growth. Now we were no longer the biggest, smartest, and richest class, the new freshmen class was, but we did not mind because we were upperclassmen. All of a sudden there were sororities on campus, a first for Northeastern. Now all those girls could wear theirsorority sweatshirts, whereas before they could not. We were about mid-way through the term when the students undertook the Korean Town Drive, and at the same time Rhody ' s ram returned toole N.U. Now as students in Div. A, we elected our second group of officers, this time a male got the top spot, our first president never returned. But Div. B decided to stick with females and elected another to head it. AHH YES What would a September be withoutthe long Bookstore lines, chaos and the even- tual answer, " Sorry, we ' re out of that book, come back next week. " THE CHAMPS At least tor us, are seen here returning from Evansville. Coach Duke- shire and the rest o( the basketball team vowed to go back again — and they did. EVERYWHERE the team went, so did the " Go Huskies " sign. Then the news hit the campus like a thunder bolt: the husky statue would be sitting. Getting back to normal, the Student Union- sponsored a fair to raise money for the Korean Town. Highlight of the event was a sponge-throw of various professors. The drive got enough mon- ey, the profs got wet and some of the students got revenge for some of those marks thought to be lower than deserved. As Div. A was taking its exams, the NEWS published a special paper that announced the $40-million dollar expansion plan. In light of expansion, the students got into the act and took the first steps to get the priority of the Student Center changed so that we might get one before the original date of 1973. The movement started slowly but gained speed as students, faculty and administration worked out the preliminary problems. Another far-reaching program that was in the embryo stages was the idea of a term change. Many plans were being discussed but little else was mode public. But by now something was known; we were invited to our first NCAA Regional Basketball Tournament in Rochester, N.Y. Ranked fourth out of four, only Northeastern had any hopes of tak- ing home the prize. A week later we did take it and were off to Evansville, Ind., where our luck ran out. The team ,| and Coach Dukeshire vowed to return. Both Divisions elected officers for the cominoj year, both groups placed new presidents inte power — incumbents just did not make it big witn our class. Just before we left for the year, plans for the Science Hall addition were announced. And be- cause of the added educational facilities we were to be hit with a $1 00 tuition increase. AFTER WEEKS OF DEBATE the Husky statue arrived - sitting. Long hours in smoke-filled rooms finally resulted in the great decision, if preferred: " IT WILL SIT. ' The Year of the Dollar This was the year of the dollar, actually many dollars. After spending some thousands of dollarsand much time, the long-awaited Husky statue arrived — sitting. The Trustees approved the idea of a student- sponsored Student Center and gave the okay to begin working on it. Our class devised a new way to raise money. We imported the Highwaymen, nationally-famous folk singing group, for a concert in the Auditorium — the University continued to raise money in equally new ways. A long-forgotten alumnus willed N.U. more than $500,000. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND, your friend and mine, the N.U. Ram. MIDDLERS Now, some of us figured it was time we opened the books, the years were passing quicker than we had anticipated. YULETIDE spirit came to Northeastern when the Husky Key sponsored the first Christmas Tree Trim. Actually the most fun was had trying to keep the things standing. DAILY EXPERIENCE We took the long trip around to the back of the Commons just for a lousy cup of coffee, or whatever they call it. As a University, the students undertook a second good deed, the gathering of $800 to supply a floor for a school in Guatemala. But this $800 paled when the University an- nounced that after one year it had almost $3 mil- lion for development. ROTC Cadets also had their share of " good " news. Instead of traveling to Georgia and Vir- ginia for " six-weeks-of-hell " at summer camp, it was decided in Washington to send our cadets to six-weeks-of-hell at Fort Devens, about 35 miles from Boston. m NORTHEASTERN ' S second venture into national competition came in our Middler year with the College Bowl Team. GOD BLESS our Commons! The football team supplied a few surprises of its own, finishing up the season with a win over a nationally-ranked Tufts team on the strength of a 47 -yard field goal. This ended the season with a satisfying 5-3 record. Getting back to money, word was released that because the Student Center would not be ready for the Class of 1965, we did not have to pay for it. ?: -X " f FIRST VISIBLE SIGNS of the build- ing program appear in the form of the skeleton and white bricks for the Science Hall addition. But there were problems facing our students. One important issue reached a climax when Dean MacDonald backed away from trying to regulate the kissing habits of Northeastern coeds. " If the coeds want to kiss or pat the nose of the husky statue for luck, it ' s all right with me, just so long as the students don ' t use his tail as an ashtray, " he explained. Again the basketball team was named to the NCAA Regional Tournament, but we were the host in the Cabot Gym. After an overtime win against Springfield, we were on the way to Evans- ville for the second time. Once there we suffered a heart-rending 48-47 loss at the hands of Wittenberg, the nation ' s leading College Division team. Back home our class could muster only 14 candidates for the 1 openings in the Div. A elec- tions. But it happened again, tradition came through and both Divisions elected new presidents for the fourth time. DURING THE WINTER of this year we marked the half-way point. So far it hod been a long, cold struggle; now on the way out, we would find it — harder. ANOTHER INNOVATION was the leasing of 100 apartments by the University to provide homes-oway-from-homeforthe increased number of campus-dwelling students. Year of the Athlete BEGINNING STAGES Construction is just starting tor the new Speare Hall women ' s residence, which houses 400 coeds, almost twice the number that originally enrolled with the class ot ' 65. With numbers reduced by half, we entered our junior year, the year of the athlete. The ram returned to his home-away-from- home here at Northeastern, and had quite a time getting back again because nobody really wanted the poor ole guy. Dr. Knowles decided that there was some- thing he did not want, the 16 and 8-week proposed term change, so the mechanics of a quarter plan were set in motion. The Student Center plans were drawn and approved, the fall of this year, 1965, set as target date. A type of politics also played an interesting part of the fall of this year. It seems that there were about 200 more ballots than voters in the Homecoming Queen Contest, thus making a re- election necessary. Hoping that lightning strikes twice, our class again presented a name folk-singer, Jackie Wash- ington — but for all the effort, the class only came out even. FINAL STAGES The Intertroternity Pledge Council makes its final stand against the powerful Greeks of Northeastern. The group demanding equality and justice deserved by all subordinates, was routed and demoralized when paddles, black- balls and threats turned the tide in favor of the Greeks. By the these pledges did get accepted. " i P c r.pc. ON Loc iL zrri ::■ £ : ' -rx ' «■« n. NEW NAMES were attached to old buildings, confusing everyone. Not a year went by without some build- ing being renamed. SEEN ONE, YOU ' VE SEEN ' EM ALL Always a highlight of the September term for DIv. Astudents, old and young, was the Mayoralty Contest. Never did so many do so much, that they ordinarily would never have the nerve to even try. But we enjoyed s msm ' !myMy NEW EXPERIENCE - and a very pleasant one, when N.U. trounced the Tufts ' Jumbos to go undefeated in football. This was a first for us, as a class, and the University. FLIP-FLOP WHAT? Dean Kenneth Ryder explains to students the new Quarter Plan. Reactions were mixed, some scoffed, some said nothing would happen. . . But lightning did strike. Word started going through the halls that if the football team finished up the season undefeated, it might be invited to a bowl game. Just as the football team was running over its opponents, so was the cross country team, which finished its season without a blemish. With a big win over UNH and a couple of easy ones against lesser clubs, the football team did finish undefeated and did get an invitation — The Eastern Bowl (dubbed the Cement Bowl by some students). We waited as one proposed opponent and then another was discarded until the selection committee announced we wouldface EastCarolina. " Who? " asked the students. We soon found out who East Carolina really was. It was one hell of a football machine, ripping our favorites, 27-6. It would have been nice to win, but we were happy, very happy about a great season. Soon the famous " Flip Flop " plan was intro- duced. The administration liked it, the faculty liked it. The students really did not care for it too much, in fact, there was almost absolute dislike for it. But, it went through anyway. SOME EVEN LAUGHED- but itwas accepted, lock, stock and barrel. GETTING IN THE ACT As Derby Day approached some groups tried to bring in " ringers " for the First Annual Turtle Races. In time the alert officials were able to weed out these imposters. TRAINING and conditioning paid off for the Torontorsorous Kid, the eventual winner, shown here practicing his wind sprints. AS POST TIME NEARS, the more than 2000 " fans " press closely to the rail as the horses, err- turtles, near the post for the running of the race. AND THEY ' RE OFF! SPACE COMES TO N.U. LEM, the device to be used to rocket men to the moon is shown in scale model at the NASA exhibit staged in the Cabot Cage. Billed as the biggest exhibit of space equipment in the East, it was visited by thousands during the week it was located here. HERE PIG, PIG, PIG Letting our hair down, our bock yard farmers let loose with the famous " Boston Hog Call, " noted for miles around for breaking plategloss windows, and attracting pigs from all over. But the bitterness of this defeat was some- what sweetened when, after five years of futility, our basketball team finally defeated Boston College. Groundbreaking for the Student Center was pushed back again, for the third time, but still the administration vowed it would have it ready, just after the Class of ' 65 leaves. At long last the tradition was broken and both Divisions finally re-elected presidents — there were not too many left to take the job. But still the highlight of the year, sports, occu- pied the NEWS ' s headlines. The indoor trackteam went undefeated while the basketball team preped for its third NCAA Tourney to be held in Worcester. The hockey team, the best ever at Nor theast- ern, waited for notification that it had been accept- ed for the ECAC Tourney after registering defeats over several of the East ' s top clubs. Bad news was soon in coming. After upset- ting top-ranked Assumption College, the basket- ball team suffered a two-point loss in the Regionals and the hockey team was snubbed altogether. Ground was actually broken for the Student Center. The Torontorsorous Kid, a native of the Charles River, won the First Annual Turtle Race before television cameras and several thousand students. The outdoor track team concluded undefeated and New England Champs while the baseball squad qualified for the NCAA Regional Tourna- ment against the University of Maine at Fenway Park. Despite a loss at Fenway, fans and athletics put a highly successful cap on the University ' s best athletic year — ever! Now low in number, reflecting once in awhile about those who did not make it thisfar, we enter- ed the last leg of the trip. We were now seniors. NOW WE ARE SENIORS Now we can wear the symbol of four long years; we ' re almost through - thank God. THE YEAR ' 65 SUMMER Warm weather was the time to go out and loll around on our rolling green. Girls would bask in the sun. Guys would bask in their eyes. ..or in their books (!?). On really hot days, passersby must have thought we were holding sit-ins on the Quadrangle gardens. Most times we were con- templating what to do now that we had cut some class. The lovers didn ' t have to contemplate... skipping classes was their least worry. Instead of biting fingernails while we contemplated, we could buy a sack of freshly roasted peanuts that were stale. Or else, we could stuff our sweating faces into Frosty swirls. If we were real nature hounds, we could hang out on the Fenway with the ducks while the great stone symbol of " New Boston " and the Tree-of-Life cast its shadow over us. ..and the people in Newton. " . FALL P :1S MKt r-iM. 3J There was fun and laughter away from the usual classroom world — serious or boring. We had football at Kent Field with the winningest squad ever in ' 63. ..and U.R.I, cheers from the nicer guys. Gimmicky floats of flowers were a sight at Homecoming which went out in a salute of cheer and beer and better jokes than U.R.I. And then there was good old Mayorality when we all went insane with better jokes than after Homecoming and swingingly clad co-eds. Class office elections were dry-voters beating their way to the polls while most of us beat our way to Commons cof- fee. After a few sips, it was impossible to vote. Dean Kennedy was fun, especially when he gra- ciously dragged someone to the ousting board. And some of us saw the Suburban bookstore. Familiar sight? Then, there is N.U. ' s scooter dare-devils. We chuckled at their putt-putt loves. They laughed at us when we waited in our cars to jam into the dustbowl. And we haughtily gave directions to freshman only to turn around as seniors to ask directions after June. BURLINGTON CAMPUS Officially opened in the fall of 1964, tfie Subur- ban Campus in Burlington has already been es- tablished as an important, integral part of the University complex. The new facility has accom- modated 350 freshman students in the past col- lege year along with 4500 students in the state- of-the-art courses, many of which are at the post- doctoral level designed for engineers and scien- tists. More than 400 women have enrolled in college courses which are constantly being up- dated. As Massachusetts Congressman E. Brad- ford Morse said at its dedication, the Suburban Campus is " a laboratory where we can confound the skeptics who question our ability to make the transition from a military to a civilian operation.... " 48 Physical and mental concentration relentlessly tasked us in the classroom, on campus grounds and in all the hidden nooks and crannies which to the uninitiated often looked like erector set playrooms and extensions of the boiler rooms. Come to think of it, how many of us ever found out where the boiler rooms really are? In all this rigmarole, one of our best friends was our trusty pen which got us the exam notes and ach- ing wrists. We also got sore eyes reading dials, final exam schedules, and studying on the Quad- rangle in the shade of the local woods while a gentle breeze filled our nostrils with the edifying odor of granite dust. Sore sacroiliacs were a part of bending over chem lab experiments. In all our exertion, we labored with love for a solid education, a higher class sophistication. ..and money. MAYOR OF HUNTINGTON AVENUE CONTEST HOMECOMING QUEEN HELEN ESSAF P - - -- ' ' ' ' : ; S mmwm ' .r ' ' 53 WINTER In winter, there was always snow. If it fell during tfie nigfit, when we reached the University the following morning, our vanguard of athletes on the grounds crew had cleared away some walk- ing paths and left a thin coat of ice over them. Sometimes they cleared away other things such as a Quadrangle light pole which someone want- ed to touch to see if it was still alive. If it was, we never found out from them. The shrubbery took on new life when the snow hung heavy on its limbs which drooped sadly over as if longing for some country campus. Snow meant mystery too. Gargantuan piles of it would disappear overnight from in front of the Grad cafeteria or on the Quadrangle. Then we found out that it was the fault of a snowmelter hidden behind Forsythe building. Winter meant Christmas and paper symbols. And there was the tree put up in front of the University, the big-daddy that every year we thought was going to replace tree X which disappeared from the Quadrangle green making it look lop-sided. I - " ■« SPRING The coming of Spring at the University was the time our fancies turned toward love. ..and our feet churned through slush. Brave co-eds would shed their coats and venture from buildings to feel the spring air. ..or to be sexy. Whatever, the biggest problem of the spring thaw was pothole plateau, the badland of the parking lot, where be- sides gazing narcissistically into dirty puddles, one could plow car and feet through a morass of mud and muck. Spring is the promise of our commencement, which is the spring of ourfuture. n ]t M ' lh CLASS OF 196S PROF. RYAN Class Advisor SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE Seated, from left: R. E. Greenburg; R. I. Segel; J. J. McWeeney; R. W. Yaeger; I. Bourne; J. J. Caruso; S. Asnes, chairman; R. B. Orenstein; R. L. Harding; V. H. Wilkinson; M. E. MacDonald; T. A. Grigalunas. Second row, from left: S. D. Bloom; A. R. Sermon; R. S. Gustavson; M. Swortz; S. Weinberger; M. E. Untz; K. S. Stein; B. R. Shapiro; E. S. Cohen; A.T.Donovan; J. H. Small; N. S. Gulko. 62 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated, from left, DIVISION A: J. Cotte, secretary; R. Harding, dent; R. Yaeger, vice-president; R. Segel, ex-officio; J. McWeeney, ex-officio; J. Caruso, president; S. Asnes, vice-president; R. Oren- secretary; T. Grigalunas, treasurer, stein, treasurer. Standing, from left, DIVISION B: I. Bourne, presi- THE ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ORDER Seated, from left: R. Orenstein; J. Codispoti, managing editor; A. Burnett, editor-in- chief; K. Murphy, associate editor; L. Petrio-Gorski. Standing, from left: P. Mancini; H. Cahill; D. A. Laster, photo editor; K. Morey; D. Robinson; N. Billows, ROTC editor. PUBLICATIONS 64 CAULDRON Photographers and the press, deadlines and disappointments, more material and less money are part of it, but the wealth of experience gain- ed from dealing with people in innumerable situ- ations, about unheard of problems and the feel- ing of pride in each section as it is seen in page- proof form, far outweigh the depressing mo- ments incurred by the staff of the CAULDRON. We feel that this is more than the 1965 year- book—it is our book of experiences, garnered from every moment of our Northeastern exist- ence. We have learned more about this uni- versity by having to capture its very soul within these 352 pages, than many of its 1100 1965 graduates will ever know. As editor, I am not idealistic to the point of blind- ness when I consider the long hours spent on the book during these 12 months. My staff probably knows the night watchman as well as WNEU, as a result of the late summer and fall nights spent pouring over registrar ' s lists, and checking and matching graduates ' portraits, but our labors were not in vain. To the readers of this book I can only say: we did our best. NEW aMmnlMiccM TO ALL MY STAFFERS: I love you! We put out 5 beautiful pages last week. Watch this Friday ' s Paper. My heartfelt and warm and grateful and loving re- gards? That last accolade to male staffers only. (Just to keep things honest.) INITIAL YOUR ASSIGNMENTS I! ! I (September) ELAINE: Go to the head of the Underwater Society. I want a good feature on them. Do they continue the club in the winter?? How about when the water freezes?? Where do they practice? How do they learn? Have they participated in any treasure hunts? MONARCH: Steam ' s Study - see Dr. Ronald B. Nuttall, probably find him in psych dept., get lots of stuff on his project. I understand they ' ve correlated info on cheating in college. Make it good. $$ He He (October) CODISPOTI: Cheerleading contest in quad on Thursday. Go to it Baby Joe — oops, Joe Baby. MONARCH: The Stearns research study this week! Have a happy Halloween and may the great pumpkin be with you. (November) JUDY: My righthand man (girl) . My staunch supporter reporter, my faithful friend, you poor girl have the Masque review. Just put on your sneakers and jump in (hold your nose) (First Aid (e) will be available here all day Monday ...I I I 500 CHO CE l ' ' 2y4 words??? J. MONARCH: The Stearns research study . . . . I- r DIVISION A Seated, from left: W. Pippin; L. Curran, photo editor; R. Harding, sports editor; K. Boyce, editor-in-chief; A. Hatton, man- aging editor; A. Haner, feature editor; W. Rodriguez, news editor. Second row, from left: L. Petrio-Gorski; N. Billows; V. Alabiso; M. Weiner; F. Ricketts; D. Collins; J. DiCenzo; J. Paris; A. Burnett; R. Chioppa; J. Northrup; J. Codispoti. Third row, from left: P. Manson; M. Peters; R. Ristino; M. Frank; B. Koslow; R. Trust; H. Giimon; L. Chiappa. ELLIS: This week its YOUR TURN to do the Husky (?) Horses. We want a feature on Jim Thorn- ton, you know! the other ' 2 of Northeastern ' s TOOTSIE TWINS By the Jolly Old way- " NU " is never used in copy — JEFF: Once again (and again, and again) you get the rewrite! ! ! ! You WIN! ! ! ! by default there are no other candidates. JUDY: Oh sister In sorrow. Welcome to the joys of badly written copy, welcome to the joys of no ideas for stories and 4 blank pages to fill. Have any ideas for a GREAT story??? even a moderately (?) great story?? vrry . DIVISION B Seated, from left: E. Ward, associate sports editor; Paul Doone, sports editor; A. Azer, editor-in-chief; M. Curran, new editor; W. Glavin, managing editor; B. Roman, associate feature editor; R. Heroux, copy editor; D. Robinson, photo editor. Second row, from left: W. Pippin, advertising manager; D. Portney; J. Peshin; L. Petrio-Gorski; D. Katz; E. Busch; D. Stern; R. MacDonald. Third row, from left: D. Regan; R. MacNeill; D. Paciliun; R. Serabia; E. Kellner; S. Fleischer; W. Prophet. i THE MANY FACES OF THE NEWS Alright you guys (oops, you too Leith); you ' ve done one of the most horrible jobs possible so for this term. It better improve this week. Trust, you ore the worst writer the Sports Department has had since ART HATTON ! ! I Jeff, I don ' t want to offend you, you are an exception to this rule. Hatton couldn ' t even carry your carbon paper. ED NOTE FROM ZEUS - In all truth, kiddies, we all know there has never been, is not now and never will be a more prolific, exciting, competent, outstanding sporfswriter on the NEWS than the late and great ART HATTON!!! yeah, yeah, yeah — You, BABY, have two great ones (JUST REMEM- BER YOUR PLACE)! We want a great feature on all of the assistant football coaches. Behind every man there is a woman! ! !l !! !l (?) Behind Joe Zabilski there is ? As a special reward pass go and collect $2000 on your way to see old Ernie Arlett about the crew. Hlpi ippffip 1- " — r- V « mk — T ' wHp B H The Northeastern NEWS, undergraduate student newspaper, is published weekly by a staff selected from the student body of the basic colleges. Staff members write, edit and publish the prize-winning journal of student opinion and University happenings. The NEWS is dedicated to the idea of a free and objective press. It is noted for being one of the finest student newspapers in the nation. This year, the NEWS received the All-Ameri- can rating from the Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association. N U WRITER The NU Writer is the University undergradu- ate literary magazine, established to encour- age creative writing by providing a vehicle of communication on campus for the student body. Students from the various basic col- leges submit manuscripts of poetry, short stories, essays and one-act plays for annual publication in the magazine. Student oper- ated, staff members receive experience in the editing and publication of professional jour- nals. Alumni who wrote and edited for The NU Writer have become professional writers since graduation with publication of novels and poetry. From left: J. DeCenzo, associate editor; Prof. L. Roberts, advisor; D. Bates, editor-in-cfiief. DIVISION A First row, from left: J. R.Thompson, parliamentarian; M. Rosenthal; S. Gardner; G. Zajac; R. Marks, president; J. Raposa, vice-president; M. Press; R. Westman; W. Sanborn. Second row, from left: R. Sidman; G. Molensky; A. Gordon; M. Aston; Professor Fennell; Mrs. Peppard; P. Sutula; G. Schutz; S. Foster; S. Folkins; S. Upper; S. St. Onge. Third row, from left: P. Los; R. Strong; R. Burgerella; G. Bishop; B. Crosscup; M. Turner; J. Brown; D. McCor- mack; I. Marritt; J. O ' Toole; J. McBride; J. Carlin; V. Ried. Fourth row, from left: R. Robinson; J. Munro; R. Arpe; J. Schlee; J. Green- baum; J. Greenberg; M. McManus; N. Fourier; S. Dashawetz; G. Gyorky; R. Merster. Fifth row, from left: R. Reid; K. Moffat; C. England; F. Plett; A. Epstein; J. Cullen; M. Dittman; J. Mclntyre; G. Lopez-Cepero; M. DiVirgilio; L Haratsis; J. Deitrich. 70 The purpose of the University Student Union is to deepen the livesof student members through their participation in social, ethical, spiritual, civic, intel- lectual and vocational activities. This includes such things as friendly chess games in the Union meeting rooms, book collections for local penal institu- tions, and parties for city and state social agencies. Attendance at inter- faith religious services is also ob- served. The Union ' s essential goal is the encouragement and promotion of a strong and effective University spirit in and through a unified studentbody. STUDENT UNION DIVISION B Seated, from left: J. Green; R. Connel; C. Carnes, secretary; L. Liss, president; Mrs. J. E. Peppard (Gram), secretary; J. Ginsberg, vice-president; E. Magna; S. Benoit; J. Boudreau. Second row, from left: P. McArdle; R. Segal; N. Goldberg; N. Witzel; K. Werner; R. Sidman; R. Giberti; F. Miethe; J. Spicer; D. O ' Brien; N. Neelans; A. Adams; E. Cafiill; D. Robinson. Third row, from left: P. McLaugfiiin; W. G. Seamonds; P. Chiappa; H. Cohen; K. Knowles; Z. Wallace; M. Leggee; S. Thomas; M. Glazer; P. Moody; S. Cohen; J. Lavery; S. Rosen. DIVISION A First row, from left: R. Sidor, treasurer; D. Bogan, vice-president; D. Howell, advisor; J. Hooper, president; C. Jakubowicz. Second row, from left: G. Reid; A. Cornier; R. Levi; R. Hession; J. Krystock. Third row, from left: M. Shar- key; C. Shapazian; W. Herzig; H. Berth. Fourth row, from left: D. Serfilippi; E. Pothier; G. Lemnah; P. Graceffo. DIVISION B Seated, from left: S. Sil- verman, treasurer; Y. Pilette, president; B. Oczkowski, secretary; Prof. Howell, ad- visor. Standing, from left: V. Gemellaro; R. McKenzie; J. Collins. A M E R C 1 H C E A M S N 1 C C A 1 L E T Y DIVISION B First row, from left: Joseph Kay, secretary; Edward G. Cahill, presi- dent; Dr. W. Houser, advisor; J. Spicer, vice-president; D. Furman, treasurer. Second row, from left: R. Donadis; J. Moak; P. Driscoll; E. Bedell. Third row, from left: T. Roberts; P. Connolly; J. Mo- loney; G. Caledonia; P. Murphy. DIVISION B Seated, from left: K. M. Burton, treasurer; H. B. Donahue, vice-president; F.H.Sarke, president; C. A. Bator, secretary. Standing, from left: B. F. Ingber; D. M. Eaves; C. J. Pinzino; C. S. Dolby; R. A. Ciampolillo. DIVISION A From left: B. Hillman, vice-president; Prof. C. Gai nor, advisor; M. Shannon; C. L. Moore, president. N U B E T A B I L G Y S C I E T Y DIVISION A From left: W. R. V ' ebber, treasurer; D. D. Sv im. A M 1 E N R F 1 C P A H N Y S 1 C S DIVISION A From left: Prof. M. Rubin, advisor; T. Friedman; Prof. T. Ferdinand, ad- visor; J. Wrigt)t; A. McLaugtilin; J. Scott. SOCIOLOGY SOCIETY DIVISION B First row, from left: T. N. Ferdi- nand, advisor; L. Balcomb, treasurer; K. F. Cos- tello, president; B. Rubin, vice-president; A. Donovan. Second row, from left: J. R. Gibson, chaplain; B. L. Cohen; H. Esmen; R. R. Frizzell; F. A. Hire; A. P. Poole. ECONOMIC SOCIETY From left: P. Asare; J. Calvert, president; J. Furneaux, treasurer; S. Abisso. Seated, from left: P. McGratfi; R. Domenico; J. Cfiilds. Standing, from left: B. Price; G. Matton; K. Ohiin; F. Patterson. NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Front row, from left: G. M. Cerreta, secretary; K. Ban- nister, president; D. Moriarty, vice-president; J. Cer- menaro, treasurer; R. Orenstein. Second row, from left: W. R. Clark; C. L. Fobes; C. A. Murray; L. Soltys. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS ' CLUB First row, from left: M. Mastro, P. Ctiapman,M.Sullivan, E. Barrett, R. Stracuzzi, D. Bingham, president; Prof. Lorson, Prof. England, W. Gillespie, treasurer; M. Glynn, vice-president; G. Kilpatrick, secretary; J. Pechinski; A. Porter; A. Bourgeois. Second row, from left: M. Vliet; R. Wojtysiak; R. DeBlois; W. McKeown; J. Kennedy; W. Stella; J. Phillips; P. LaVie; A. Wilband; J. Golec; J. Baldwin; G. Barclay; W. Corsetti; C. Hallenborg; S. Trombly. Third row, from left; W. Phipps; R. McKeown; R. Fletcher; A.Eufland; J. Bogan; G. Boroud; L. Sorin; E. MacNeil; J. Mansfield; W. O ' Conner; R. Petrillo; R. Baldacci; D. Everbeck; G. Schuhmacher. DIVISION A Seated, from left: Prof. W. Bishop, advisor; A. president; Prof. N. Fulllngton, advisor. Standing, from left: E. Sil- McLaughlin, secretary; B. Schraft, president; N. Higgins, vice- verstein; S. Crane; A. Tucker; R. Shaw; C. Mahoney. HISTORY CLUB DIVISION B Seated, from left: R. E. Beane, program committee; Lenos. Second row, from left: S. L. Fogg; C. M. Green; S. Wein- A. R. Tucker, secretary; Prof. N. L. Fullington; Prof. W. P. Bishop, berger; T. J. Spillane; A. D. Dimatteo; F. A. Mulholland; G. W. advisor; R. I. Segel, president; F. X. Clowley, vice-president; M. L. Gowait; A. R. Whittum. iP ACADEMY LIBERAL ARTS Seated, from left: L. E. Adelson; B. A. Cooper, vice-president; J. C. Cotte, president; R. S. Cooperstein; C. D. Malchman; E. P. Chicklis. Standing, from left: D. F. Bates; A. C. Flecchia; D. Phares; J. T. Parker; R. A. Amato; P. J. Polito; A. C. Mauceri; G. R. Griffin, advisor. HONORS Election to honorary societies in the basic col- leges is primarily based upon students ' attain- ment of high scholarship in their respective ma- jors, but before a student is privileged to wear the honorary society insignia, he must give evi- dence of an integrity of character and an interest in the extracurricular life of the University. Elec- tion to an honorary society is the highest honor which can be conferred upon an undergraduate. Beyond being agencies for the rewarding of per- sonal excellence, the honorary societies in the University are symbols of a trust in the benefits of high academic scholarship on and off campus. Their intention is the establishment of a high quality academic student body while acting as vehicles for continuing the tradition of scholarly pursuits in the disciplines of the arts and sciences. Ideally, students honored with selection to the so- cieties will find an inspiration in them to continue academic excellence in community life and high- er education. 78 CIVIL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Seated from left: N. A. Campagna; C. E.Meserve, treasurer; D. W. Saal, vice-president; R. L. Meserve, advisor; J. S. Sarno, president; J. F. Libuda, secretary; J. E. Bryden. Second row, from left: P. Hirando; K. A. Torbell; T. M. White; D. T. Gill Easier; R. W. Lotona; C. B. Barnes. N. K. Daykin; R. A. NU CHI EPSILON CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Seated, from left: Dr. B. M.Goodwin, advisor; K. Wuttke, council representative; J. Gaudette, vice-presi- dent; E. Weisman, president; W. J. Zolner, secretary; J. Grabon, treasurer; J. F. Gutierrez, assistant treasurer. Second row, from left: P. Bemis; B. Jackson; H. Takach; C. Sheehan; G. Stefanidokis; R. A. Giberti; R. Leonard; J. Linehan; J.J. Williams; J. Prifti. Third row, from left: R. O ' Keefe; R. Marckini; R. Russell; P. S. Bishop; B. Niemann; R. Buonopane. ETA KAPPA NU ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Seoted, from left: W. Allanbrook; T. W. Glynn; J. K. DeRosa; W. J. Remillard, advisor; A. M. Nar- dlzzi, recording secretary; J. J. Caruso, vice-president; D. W. Porta, president; R. E. Wyott, corresponding secretary; J. MocDonald; F.X.Molloy;R. E. Cullen; W.D.O ' Neil, Jr.; N. D. Pfiillips. Second row, from left: J. J. Jantos; W.H.Johnson; E. T. Jarett; F. J. Celona; J. L. Curley; D. J. Gillespie; E. B. Hyland; E. J. Sampson; D. J. MacDonald; R. J. Coggin; S. F. Clifford; G. B. Amerault, Jr.; A. J. Grubis, Jr.; M. B. Silevitch; H.W.Silverman. Third row, from left: M. I. Epstein; R. K. Dullea; A. J. Demone; R. L. Cavanaugh; D. Potter; L. G. Larson; F. S. Cossidy; R. F. Wessling, Jr.; P. V. Costa; J. W. Stillwell; G. J. Thibodeau; A. A. Sadokian; C. B. Logos; G. F. Hughes. PHARMACY Front row, from left: Assistant Dean R. E. Brillhart; O. J. Inashima, vice-president; W. R, Principe, president; B. J. Brent, advisor; J. L. Labrecque, secretary-treasurer. Second row, from left: E. Spector; A. W. Eicholzer; W. G. Osiecki; F. E. Ander- son; J. F. Reinhard; Dean L. C. Keogle. RHO CHI c ' i DIVISION A Seated, from left: L. E. Adelson; Prof. J. T. Barrs, president; Prof. D. W. Berkley; Prof. R. S. Blanchord, secretary- treasurer. Standing, from left: Prof. L. A. Skiffington, journal-corre- spondent; C. L. Fobes; G. M. Cerreta; Prof. R. H. Robinson. DIVISION B From left: B. F. Tennis; R. P. Lindsay; A. A. Henry PHI KAPPA PHI INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Seated, from left: R. Schaaf, secretary; G. Kotsarakes, president. Standing, from left: H. Klemmer; D. Sfiow; K. Dallamora. ALPHA PI MU TAU BETA PI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING First row, from left: S. E. Forman; J. J. Juntos; G. F. Hugfies; D.J. Show; D. W. Porta, corresponding secretary; T. MacDonold, recording secretary; R. P. Lindsay, vice- president; M. H. Henry, president; J. F. Gutierrez, treasurer; S. Namyet, advisor; G. W. Hankinson, advisor; G. H. Meserve, Jr., advisor; G. B. Amerouit, Jr.; D. J. MacDohald. Second row, from left: D. W. Saal; F. J. Mazanec; H. L. Wrigfit; R. G. Roy; C. E. Meserve; C. B. Lagos; A. J. DeMone; R. A. Giberti; J. P. Fitzsim- mons; P. V. Costa; C. J. Sheefian; G. S. Katsarokes; W. Allanbrook; S. W. Rich; C. L. Ferdensi. Tfiird row, from left: H. G. Hainberger; J. E. Bryden; J. F. Libuda; A. R. Filippini; R. E. O ' Keefe; E. Weis- mon; B. P. Schaaf; T. W. Glynn; R. E. Wyott; A. M. Nardizzi; J. J. Caruso; J. K. DeRosa; R. K. Dullea; J. S. Sarno; R. M. Sykes; A. A. Sadakian. 0 M m 0 82 BETA GAMMA SIGMA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION From left: J. McManus, nominating committee; M. Mondelli, vice-president; A. Henry HI, president. x t , ' -V 1 1 I ' i M ii M d A ( PI TAU SIGMA MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Seated, from left: S. Forman; M. Bickoff. Standing, from left: H. Wright; A. Loud; W. Johnson; A. Henry; R. Lindsay; F. Barco, corresponding secretary; R. Hicks, Vasilakis; F. DlMasi; R. Roy; P. Sellevaag; C. Futterman; G. Gole- president; J. Slivovsky, vice-president; R. Auciello; G. Kuttruff; C. mis; B. Donovan; A. Richardson; R. Doran. 83 I DIVISION A First row, from left: S. A. Abromhoff; H. D. Wylar; J. M. Comperchio, studio production manager; D. G. Cash, produc- tion manager; S. F. DeVellis, secretary; E. J. Blackman, advisor; G. A. Ryan, president, Division A; H. W. Klemmer, secretary; R. Rizzo, president. Division B; A. M.Reimer;G.M. Giberson, publicity manager. Second row, from left: J. Seiden; J. A. Pettey; C. D. Maicfiman; D. W. Albert; B. E. Jellinek; A. Burnett; P. R. Casperson; R. J. Finnigan; P. Dain; A. R. Paterson. Third row, from left; A. F. Palmblad; S. Alpert; K. Dugan; B. P. Sacco; R. Kimball; B. W. Mad- den; H. S. Boyajian, Jr; C. D. Bright. SILVER MASQUE Silver Masque affords the opportuni ty for stu- dents interested in dramatics to participate in several professional theatre productions during the college year. With the advice and assistance of instructors from the Department of Drama, Speech and Music, students are introduced to the art of play production, including acting, directing, set design, makeup, lighting and costume. An interest in creative playwritingisalso established. Other activities include such events as attendance at Boston playhouses and annual banquets. DIVISION B First row, from left: L. M. Walters; C. Longiaru; K. Keeler; A. Reimer; R. Rizzo, president; C. L. Bright; R. W. Land; P. Olsen; M. E. Cronin. Second row, from left: P. J. Mantos; R. A. Wilson; P. L. Dain; J. H. Malver; K. J. Ledwelt; P. F. Lambert; H. J. Wall; J. H. Lawton; J. A. Pettey. V. REHEARSAL I CONSTRUCTION... 85 86 PERFORMANCE 87 CHORAL SOCIETY Seated, from left: A. Shepordson; M. Coody; S. Fincti, accompanist; M. Hawkes, librarian division A; B. Blank, secretary division B; Prof. W. Tesson, musical director; J. E. Campbell, president division B; N. J. Larson, librarian division B; P. R. Foster, vice-president division B; B. J. Lumpkin; J. L. Cobleny. Second row, from left: S. Folkins; E. Giffaid; J. Molden; J. Promise; D. Adams; R. G. Hub- bel; R. C. Spenser; E. A. Sawyer; D. B. Gittens; A. F. Dowd; F. K. Gross; G. B. Gauin; S. Hunt; P. Smith. Third row, from left: M. Alexander; C. Keating; L. Knight; P. Tyler; J. Mitchell; D. Hope; L. Lessor; M. Zileos; C. Lee; J. Adams; M. Stout. 88 N. U. BAND First row, from left: T. J. Aprille; T. Wheeler; D. W. Whitehead, drum mojor; F. P. Mroszczyk, manager; A. E. Nangeroni, liaison; J. Kascus, president; Prof. W. lessen, director-advisor; R. G. Mal- lion, secretary-treasurer; R. A. Mayo, concert chairman; E. A. Frey, librarian; S. Fine; G. Smith. Second row, from left: B. Blomgren; E. M. McSwain; M. Glazer; K. Wentworth; A. Mukku; F. Stoddard; A. M. Hall; A. R. Dunham; A. McLaughlin; W. Potuchek; A. R. Tuck- er; S. Folkins; B. Kaplan; R. Martin; D. E. Atkinson; F. Lehman; S. C. Roberts. Third row, from left: K. Edson; R. Mastro; A. Burnett; J. D. Harper; D. A. Weinstein; W. R. Hodgeman; J.Mitchell; J. L. Malone; K. Popp; B. D. Fisher; A. DiMatteo; R. Stimolo; D. Brown; M. Pollak; J. Geils; R. Bradshaw; A. Vinet; C. A. Lee; R. F. Shaw; J. P. Cham- berlain; J. D. Grace; D. C. Mabel. Fourth row, from left; J. R. Wesdorp; A, F. Wick, Jr.; P. R. Foster; P. Levangia; E. Issokson; J. Keating; J. F. Day; R. D. Battis; S. Ashton; W. Bamberg; G. R. Conley, Jr.; J. D. Traiger; R. C. Stec; T. L. Cook; A. M. lerardi; T. E. Bishop. IN CONCERT... AT GAMES... AND RALLIES WNEU ON THE All DIVISION B, (above) First row, from left: G. W. King; J. L. Gil- lette, record librarian; S. J. Fradkin, business manager; R. R. Friz- zell, station manager; R. A. Rudman, chief engineer; J. S. Kaplan, traffic manager; R. S. Joseph. Second row, from left: H. C. Luhrs; W. F. Heuer; C. V. Stacy; R. J. Kaye; C. F. Clements. Third row, from left: J. Eisenhandler; D. W. Albert ; P.F.Lambert; D. M. Good- ridge III; A. M. Levine; D. F. Mathaisel. DIVISION A, (right) First row, from left: R. Walter, program director; K. Belcher; C. Rapport, business manager. Second row, from left: D. J. Warnock; M. Harrison; T. Kilbourne; R. J. Kaye, engineer; H. Schachter, resident engineer. p% rs D DIVISION A Seated, from left: R. L. Harding; K. I. Boyce; F. J. Cardoza; J. H. Pitcoff; S. E. Forman; R.J. Josepfi; N. B. Sohn; J. J. ToffolonI, vice-president; P. F. Cowan, president; S. B. Copman, Gilroy; D. R. O ' Brien; D. D. Palmer; F. Brodsky. secretary-treasurer; R. B. Orenstein. Standing, from left: E. J. STUDENT COUNCIL DIVISION B First row, from left: K. O ' Rourke; J. Lipkin; J. Cavicctii; A. Maltzman; D. Sullivan; H. Murptiy; E. Ward; B. P. McGratfi; E. White; R. Siegel; L. Magno; S. McGuire; S. Shapiro. Carver. Third row, from left: D. Ganem; R. Whiles: D. Pierce; Second row, from left: R. Baskin; S.Brannan;R. Luddy; J. Fitzpatrick; E. Sacco; E. ZaII; J. McLaughlin. 92 - O n |! DIVISION B Seated, from left: M. L. D ' Addio; T. A. Grigalunas, five chairman ol committees. Standing, from left: J. McWeeney; president; R. Merzon, recording secretary; G. A. MacCallum, execu- J. Desmond; P. Teague; A. Locke; B. R. Patriacca, Jr.; J. L Main. HUSKY KEY YACHT AND SAILING CLUB Seated, from left: R. L. Gamble, co-captain; B. S. Blomgren, G. W. Russell; J. S. Schnabel; R. G. Congdon; K. H. Bennett; commodore; R. G. Kates, advisor; W. J. Jellis, captain, fresh- W. E. Peck, man team. Standing, from left: G. C. Paine; A. J. Tardiff; 94 UNDERWATER SOCIETY Seated, from left: B. Blomgren; J. P. Alcock, secretary-treasurer; B. Tobiosson, vice-president; W. Abbot,- advisor; S. Egli, division B. Second row, from left: C. Parkinson; E. Smethurst; E. Lundsten; R. M. Cody; V. A. Perry; C. W. Zylinsky. HUS-SKIERS OUTING CLUB Seated, from left: J. Peters; F. Stock; Prof. Jones, advisor; A. Ball; L. Magno, secretary; K. Moray, president; T. Collins, vice-president; W. Pivear, treasurer; H. A. Woyson; D. Simpson. Second row, from left: L. Panitz; N. Loptiam; S. Erickson; J. Kirsctiner; J. Cough- lin; G. Curtis; D. Linck; S. Gustavson; J.Lamy; N. Gillis. Third row, from left: A. Bullet; V. Smith; L. Weiner; J. Graven; W. Lapham; P. Gucciordo; R. Fisher; J. Schoaf; K. Manner. 96 WOMEN ' S SKI TEAM From left: N. P. Laphram; L. D. Panitz; H. A. Wayson; K. E. Morey, captain; L. A. Wilson; K. L. Simpkins. HUS-SKIERS Seated, from left: N. Lapham; J. Munro, president. Standing, from left: I. Chochoms; P. Gucciardo. 97 MODERN DANCE CLUB Seated from left: C. Sparrow; E. Furdon; F. W. Julien; P. Roode; L. Champion. M. Glazer; E. Burns. Standing, from left: C. Emmanuel; 98 DIVISION A, (right) Standing, from left: M. E. Teti; L. N. Boten; M. D. Ciolkosz; E. G. Cahill, president; J. V. Lavery, treasurer. DIVISION B, (below) Seated, trom left: A. E. McLougtilin; R. Levi; L. Dzintro; M. J. Leggee; J. V. Lavery, secretary-treasurer; E. Cafiill, president; N. Cyker, publicity secretary; M. P. McLaughlin, publicity chairman; M. Zikos. Second row, from left: F. E. Cornell; J. F. Flavin; A. W. Adams; R. C. Spencer; J. W. Goodhue; L. N. Roten; J. P. Boudreau; B. C. Pratt, vice-president; J. Benson; R. E. Cox. FOLK DANCE SOCIETY MODEL RAILROAD CLUB First row, from left: K. E. Bourque, advisor; T. Wick, presi- dent; J. H. Malm, vice-president; R. Cylinder, secretary- treasurer. Second row, from left: W. F. Nelson; Prindle; G. P. Brown. 100 DEBATE COUNCIL Seated, from left: R. W. Kelley, vice-president; L. M. Lyncfi, president; M. L. Woodnick, coacfi. Standing, from left: D. V. Lustig; A. A. Boornazian; M. Drucker; D. E. Fedosiuk; E. S. Simons. PEGASUS POETRY SOCIETY Clockwise, from left: Prof. V. Howes; D. Bates; R. Chiappa; Prof. S. Morse; J. DeCenzo; P. Krey. CAMERA CLUB Seated, fro m left: T. Zazulak, president; G. Bishop, vice-presi- from left: A. Kuzirion; B. Hillmon; F. Perry; J. Blomquist; dent; R. Sidor; Prof. G. Fennell, advisor; N. Bailey. Standing, E. Cohen; J. Beverley; R. Moody. HUSKY HI-LITERS Seated, from left: J. Busby; A. Hatton. Standing, from left: J. Callaghan; A. Martone; E. Cardoza. WOMEN ' S DORMITORY COUNCIL Seated, from left: C. Gray; D. Clark. Standing, from left: M. Franck; E. Wyman; H. Essaf. ART CLUB From left: K. Manos; J. Fewkes; A. Havice; C.Murray. GAMMA DELTA Seated, from left: J. Chase; E. White; M. Whittaker, treasurer; Cichucki; C. Bennett; V. BaMcki; M. Childs; S. Alperin; B. Lewis; E. Brown, president; J. Benger, historian; C. Corcoran, secretary; E. Smith; V. Berestecky; C. Straggas; M. Aston; J. Zecker. V. A. Charbonneau, advisor. Standing, from left: W. Peart; J. 1 ; 1 - BP. ' OMEGA SIGMA From left; R. Merzon; C. Natelson; K. Larnis; M. Cahill, president; G. Shields; J. Leacroft; N. Larson. HELEN MARGARET CAHILL WOMAN OF THE YEAR DIVISION B First row, from left: J. L. Aldrich, secretary; G. W. Shields, president; R. W. Ford, treasurer; A. Blumit. Second row, from left: G. L. Curran; R. S. Groves; R. D. Wright. YOUNG REPUBLICANS DIVISION A Seated, from left: D. Steward, treasurer; P. Bogho sian, vice-president; R. Bergman, president; A. Blumit, secretary; Prof. D. Grimes, advisor. Standing, from left: H. Romogosa; R. Chamberlain; D. DiSenzo; T. Flaherty; P. Kray; T. Hashem; D. Blockman. POLITICAL National, state and local politics are of considerable import and interest to the col- lege student. Therefore, students in the Uni- versity have established several political or- ganizations as part of the extracurricular activities on campus. These groups are gen- erally affiliated with the national Democratic and Republican parties. They include both conservative and liberal wings of the college political psyche. Student members are inter- ested in perpetuating the democratic process of government with a multi-party system. Group activities include the presentation of outstanding speakers and films, and weekly meetings for discussion of campus and com- munity political views. YOUNG DEMOCRATS From left; D. Dempster, vice-president; R. Costello, president. 107 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB DIVISION B, (left) From left: J. M. Clifford, treasurer; M. A. Greenberg, vice-president; P. J. Sullivan, president. DIVISION A, (below) From left: D. J. Porter; R. L. Archer; P. A. Roberts, president; Prof. M. F. Goldman, advisor; R. L. De Rivera, vice-president; M. Sacfis. dSS. ' :• YOUNG CONSERVATIVES Seated, from left: A. Blumit; D. Disenso, secretary-treasurer; D. H. Romagoso; D. Blackmon; R. Bergman; R. Ctiamberlain. Steward, president; P. Boghosian. Standing, from left: T. Flaherty; DIVISION B Seated, from left: N. S. Guiko, fionorary president; Z. Wallace; D. R. Decter, president; S. Weinberger; P. M. Gulko. Standing, from left: D. H. Hurwitz; D. W. Albert; D. M. Eaves; Hillel Life editor; B. Goverman, religious committee chairman. DIVISION A From left: D. M. Eaves; C. I. Levine; B. N. Koslow, vice-president; S. A.- Fine, president; S. J. Korinow, recording sec- retary; A. Tucker; S. Elgart, religious chairman. 110 HILLEL Hillel is designed to provide Jewish students, through study and discussion, with adequate and accurate knowledge of Jewish hfe through an acquaintance with its faith, literature, history, customs and thought. It attempts to give joy and understanding to its members by their participa- tion in the religious and cultural group expres- sions of the Jewish heritage. It also aids the in- tegration of its members into Jewish and general community life by the promotion of good fellow- ship and intergroup relations. In order to achieve its goals, Hillel operates an essentially three- fold program. First is the social program which consists of dances, formal and informal meetings, breakfasts, national and local conventions, and social hours after religious services. Next is the cultural program which consists of increasing member knowledge on various subjects through speakers. Last is the religious program which establishes a religious atmosphere through the observance of Friday evening services at the University or nearby Hillel on local college campuses. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION From left: P. G. Mansom, secretary; J. E. Lincoln, president. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP College life is not all culture and academics. It also includes religion, especially to those students who are members of the many reli- gious organizations on campus, integral parts of the college extracurricular schedule. The Christian and Jewish organizations thus far established at the University have been founded in order to serve student desire for an understanding and appreciation of reli- gious thought and life. Activities of each or- ganization include such events as formal and informal gatherings, meetings, lectures, dis- cussion group get-togethers, breakfasts, trips to churches, shrines, synagogues and de- nominational points of interest, and religious services. A continuing communication is ob- served between the various organizations in order to exchange, share and participate in the ideas and composition of their respective religions. Seated, from left: C. Boynton, president; D. B. Karlsson, advisor. Standing, from left: P. Jackson, vice-president: G. Cerreta, secretary; Kray; D. Hughes; C. Murray; J. Kray. ' . m. fl Am ft AL fl . ik ■ w4 p ' Y ' l f! r • 1 . ' CHAPEL CHOIR Seated, from left: L. Knight; L. Leonard, secretary; G. Cerreta, president; R. Hession. Standing, from left: A. Shepardson; S. Seneff; K. Markussen; D. Ogunrombi. RELIGIOUS DIVISION B Seated, from left: K. L. Simpkins; R. Mella; K. M. Keegan, president; M. Buckley. Standing, from left; Dean T. J. Cavanagh, advisor; A. Z. Goldrick; A. M. Boucher; Rev. E. A. Hofler, chaplain. 114 NEWMAN CLUB DIVISION A Seated, from left: M. E. Teti, treasurer; J. H. Forrest, president; Rev. E. A. Hotler, chaplain; P. M. Melcher, secretary. Second row, from left: S. E. Mark- fiam; M. J. LaLlberty; L. A.Dartt;C.S. Pickett; A. McLaugh- lin; M. Buckley; R. M. Donelan; G. Variano; K. L. Murphy; A. Burnett. Third row, from left: M. J. McMorrow; B. Hebert. ACCOUNTING SOCIETY DIVISION A Seated, from left: F. M. Keane, recording secretary; J. C. Prevett, treasurer; B. Upton, president; P. E. Feeney, vice-presi- dent; S. M. O ' Hora, corresponding secretary. Standing, from left: T. J. Cummings; D. E. Schlesinger; J. F. Dunleavy; S. A. Fine; E. R. Howe; A. D. Femino; G. A. Gerson; P. A. Hagg. BUSINESS The College of Business Administration has a large number of students who are members of several professional business organizations which are nationally affiliated. These groups have been established as adjuncts to the various ma- jors in the college, including accounting, econom- ics, finance and insurance, industrial relations, management and marketing. They provide an interchange of information on technical subjects, new developments, and professional standards applicable to business fields of interest. Regular meetings are held in the organizations for the purpose of discussion and participation in pro- grams which consist of such things as student and guest speakers, demonstrations, films and tours which relate to problems and functions in the business community. DIVISION B Seated, from left: E. J. Lepointe; J. A. Russo, treasurer; G. P. Taylor, vice-president; Prof. S. A. Armen, advisor; R. L. Bartholomew, president; W. J. Murphy. Standing, from left: A. Zelbow; W. F. Barry, Jr.; L R. Ogren; J. M. Fowler; W. H. Delano; R. A. Fournier; E. J. Surette. SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT DIVISION A First row, from left: R. LeBlond, general cfiair- man; G. Connolly, vice-president; Prof. J. Corman, advisor; J. Collagfion, president; D. Ballon, secretary. Second row, from left: R. Jodice; F. Even; L. Crivello; D.Hanno; H. Putnam; L. Verdi; B. Zaiewski, D. Baines; R.Hawes;D. Elliot; R. Packard. Third row, from left: L. Baker; J. Bates; J. H. Arslanian; D. McPliail; W. Harrington; C. Baldwin; D. Wilson; C. Overtone; R. Radford. DIVISION B Seated, from left: Prof. J. Corman, advisor; T. F. Peters, president; R. C. Walker, vice- president; C. B. Price, treasurer. Standing, from left: R. J. Parslow; J. A. Radley; P. A. Tupper; F. C. Stock; W. Krauss; G. A. Rossi. AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION DIVISION A First row, from left: D. Ryan; C. Marciano; Dr. Willet, advisor; J. Brown; D. Burch. Second row, from left: D. Wodland; R. Trout; B. Soosong; B. Mattfiews; D. Bond. Tfiird row, from left: R. Krete; B. Laverty; L. Schneiderman; T. Cassino; R. Demerjian. Fourtli row, from left: J. Keefe; B. Juneau; D. Ravage. ADVERTISING SOCIETY DIVISION A -Seated, from left: W. B. Magee, secretary; R. G. Canada, vice-president,- F. J. Cor- renti, president; Prof. Q. L. Coons, advisor; W. R. Hyde, treasurer; R. A. King, Junior vice-president. Standing, from left: K. P. Lynch; D. F. Barton; J. E. Kascus; J. H. Pitcoff; S. B. Asnes; W. H. Hanson; R. W. Cuzner. DIVISION B- First row, from left: J. Locey; Bonnie Hassen, junior vice-president; J. J. Kellifier, vice- president; Prof. Q. L. Quentin, advisor; M. Simbolist, president; G. Sundburg, treasurer; J. P. Smith. Sec- ond row, from left: L. Radophele; D. Laster; V.Krisel; N. Hubbard; J. V. Collins; J. Bruno. Third row, from left: J. Mazur; J. McClusky; A. Catalono; S. Schafitz; A. Banks; J. Polumbo; S. Schultz; D. Swimm. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION H l i Sk M nr ' ' Wt -c H W y hK ' i HklI I I r ' B 1 . m M ' m sL i IL fe y i s « ' lA v 1 DIVISION B- First row, from left: B. Hassen; J. Lacey, Junior vice-presdient; J, Palumbo, vice-president; Dr. C. Collazzo, advisor; J. P. Smith, president; J. V. Collins, treasurer; S. Schultz, secretary. Second row, from left: L. Rodopfiele; D. Laster; J. Mazur; V. Krisel; N. Hubbard; J. J. Kelliher; D. Swimm; J. Bruno. Third row: J. McClusky; A. Catolano; S. Schafitz; M. Simbolist; A. Banks; G. Sundberg. DIVISION A -Seated, from left: R. W. Cuzner, vice-president; from left: F.J. Correnti; R. G. Canada; W. R. Hyde; D. F. Barton; J. H. PItcoff, president; K. P. Lynch, junior vice-president. Standing, W. B. Magee; R. A. King; W. H. Hanson. fH) f . n SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS fl Seated, from left: E. A. Penbroke; D. J. Marsfiall, secretary-treas- urer; C. A. Jackson, vice-president; E. H. Dunlap, advisor; A. M. Soeldner, president; B. A. Stone, vice-president; M. E. Untz; N. A. Gillis. Standing, from left: M. E. Teti; A. Z. Goldrick; L. S. Cham- pion; C.S.Pickett, E.J. C. representative; CM. Miante; C. E. Carnes. ENGINEERING The College of Engineering encourages sections of technical societies in the belief that they pro- vide a medium for social discourse as well as a worthwhile introduction to professional life. The purpose of the societies are scientific, literary and educational, directed toward the advance- ment of engineering and related arts and scien- ces. Society meetings are held regularly for such events as readings and discussion of profes- sional and student papers, and lectures of invited speakers from the worlds of science, art and business. Other integral activities include events such as field trips, the viewing of pertinent pro- fessional films on science and engineering, and seasonal dinners and banquets. COUNCIL OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SOCIETIES First row, from left: F. C. Maguire; B. M. Smith; R. Weinberg, vice- chancellor; P. A. Mancini, chairman; K. G. Dallamore, acting execu- tive; M. E. Untz; L. M. Feder. Second row, from left: J. W. Clough; D. J. Norris; P. Vingerhoet; C. Dopsauski; D. E. MacLellan; S. L. Ludmerer. Third row, from left: Y . H. Pfeil; J. A. Konotchick; L. R. Cohen. «» ' 0 ' ' .C i DIVISION B - First row, from left: D. H. Hurwitz; S. W. Ricfi; R. A. GIberti; Prof. J. G. Miserlis, advisor; C. J. Sheefion, president; J. F. Gutierrez, class representative; C. A. Jackson, secretary-treasurer; F. J. Patz; C. A. Sagerstrom; G. D. Putnam. Second row, from left: P. D. Moncini; D. B. Church; A. W. Olson; A. H. Rosenberg; J. J. Williams; K. L Fearing; D. M.Maxwell; N.W. Vail. Third row, from left: J. Eglitis; D. S. Mitewski; V. A. Sniegosk; J. S. Stevens, Jr.; B. D. Avery; L. P. Cohen; E. Weisman; L. S. Remaly. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS DIVISION A -First row, from left: L M. Feder; C. D. Andrew; J. Seiden; T. G. Gilder, junior representative; R. N. Brazos, secre- tary-treasurer; D. W. Coutts, vice-president; J. G. Davis, president; K. A. Whiteacre, senior representative; J. V. Sullivan, middler rep- resentative; P. S. Canzone; E. J. Tammy; F. S. Chludinski; A. B. Martone. Second row, from left: R. S. Robinson; A. M. Clark; S. A. Rothenberg; P. A. Weinberg; D. P. Swanson; S. E. Cohen; C. H. Hull; F. E. Esposito; A. R. Lockwood; R. A. Rizzo; W. S. Rosenthal; F. F. Tripp; A. C. Young; D. L Brandt; D. F. Hooley; M. C. O ' Toole. Third row, from left: W. L.Sanborn; A. Suarez; J. T. Turgeon; R. L. Chandler; G. R. Thureson; P. P. Roveda; R. J. Morckini; J. B. Cer- vone; R. E. O ' Keefe; B. Niemann; K.G.Wuttke; F. A. Demers; M. E. Joaquin; S. L. Ludmerer; A. J. Nastasi. DIVISION A -First row, from left: K.Jolin son; V. Prest, treasurer; Prof. R. Cahoon, advisor. Second row, from left: E. Lacey, R. Sykes, secretary; D. Driscoll, chairman, F. Mroszczyk. Third row, from left: B Ferris; R. Conway; M. E. Banzhof; R. Lodd Fourth row, from left: A. Wong; P. Steven son; D. Saal; J. Najarion; D. Brown. Fifth row, from left: J. Baker; C. Meserve; T White; G. Locke. Sixth row, from left: N Scally; W. Polmeri; W. Phillips; J. Sarno CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETIES DIVISION B - First row, from left: H. R. Weinberg, vice-chair- man; R. J. Taksar, chairman; R. A. Easier, treasurer. Second row, from left: K. A. Torbeil; S.J. Condib; P. A. Hirano; M. J. Madigan. First row, from left: R. Cooper, treasurer; J. Konotctiick, vice-chair- man; M. A. Bluestein, chairman; S. Leboff, secretary. Second row, from left; W. O ' Neill; F. Greenberg; R. DellOrfano; O. DeSantis; C. Lagos; D. Goldberg. Third row, from left: N. Tobey; R. Fergus- on; E. Carey; J. Caruso; D. Murphy; J. Soderman; W. Johnson. Fourth row, from left: J. Katin; M. Martinello; M. Silevitch; A. Minichello; P. Latour; P. Miller; B. Stone. Fifth row, from left: J. Mogee; G. Leach; J. Micholski; E. Lum. Sixth row, from left: F. Gagnon; E. Jarret; A. Sonckowski; J. Holland; R. McCarthy; C. Levine; R. Anderson, Seventh row, from left: N.John; R. Boudreou; A. Tasker; W. Allanbrook; R. Coggin; G. Amerault. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS DIVISION A -Seated, from left: J. Bellisle; S. Leboff, secretory; J. Konotchick, vice-president; M. Bluestein, president; R. Cooper, treasurer; G. B. Amerault, Jr. Standing, from left: J. Caruso; R. Dell Orfono; A. Tasker; J. Dolan; W. Allanbrook; N. Tobey. fcr«- dto- flkk 4i .r, ' INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS DIVISION B - Seated, from left: W.J. Mitchell, section representative; D. D. R. Charbonnet, secretary; N. D. Phillips, chairman; R. G. Barclay, treasurer; R. J. DiMuccio, representative. Second row, from left: R. P. Nord; E. J. Megna; B. R. Lone; D. S. Adier; F. C. Mogul re. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS First row, from left: H. Paraghomian; R. Richmond; J. Oshry; T. Sacco; A. Hyman; F. Vadalo; J. Nolan; P.Benos; C. Boy; A. Parrott. Second row, from left: B. Baker; M. Corbett; J. Coutu; G. Sears; J. Carson; A. Shuman; R. Lamb; R. Hellege; P. Sherman; R. Dinjun; B. Youngman. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS DIVISION B- Seated, from left: N. Leonard; F. Borco; C. Bickoff; J. LIvovsky. Standing, from left: L. Howard; A. Colborne; E. Flagg; G. Kuttruff; R. Bogio; R. Galante. DIVISION A -Seated, from left: R. Hicks; C. Dopsauski; F. Escott, secretary; J. Julien, program cfiairman; M. Henry, co-president; R. Bryce, co-president; R. Foster, treasurer; N. A. Esmen, publicity cfiairman; J. Corbett. Second row, from left: R. Caros; S. Forman; K. Cooper; D. Bailey; G. Carpenter; C. Edwards; D. Bauks; D. Andrews; R. Elswick; D. Harris; G. Flanders. O V i " s A m First row, from left: F. H. Sarke; S. R. Rcvicti; P. M. Guiko, secretary; N. S. Guiko, president; S.Weinberger, vice- president; B. N. Koslow, fiistoricn; R. B. Modee, advisor; P. M. Blumen- tfial, pledgemaster. Second row, from left: R. C. Ware; J. B. Umansky; A, Afrow; K. A. Stein; W. A. Brilliant; B. Goverman. Sigma Phi Beta Group is presently a colony of the Interfraternity Council. They conduct themselves as a fraternity, performing social work, participating in school functions and sharing In the fraternal spirit. They look forward to eventual recognition as a fra- ternity. SPB entered the mayoralty campaign with Barry Koslow as Paul I. Tishin. SIGMA PHI BETA ALPHA ZETA OMEGA From left: J. Sloan, signcre; Prof. O. Incshimo, advisor; R. Wolanske, president; J. Wold, sergeont- at-orms. From left: D. A. Shaw, vice-president; R. M. Korlyn, treasurer; O. J. Inoshima, faculty advisor; B. H. London; R. E. Carroll, secretary. LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA From left: C. J. Breed; S. Weiner, president; M. Walker, secretary; C. Lussier. The College of Pharmacy is one of the more recent additions to the basic col leges of the University. It has already been established as one of the finest of such undergraduate colleges in the nation. Stu- dents of pharmacy are prepared to be- come professional practitioners in the various fields of the pharmaceutical scien- ces. With the growth of the student body in the College of Pharmacy, Lambda Kap- pa Sigma Sorority was founded along with Alpha Zeta Omega and Rho Pi Phi, national and international pharmaceutical fraternities respectively. The profession- al sisterhood and brotherhoods were es- tablished for the social fraternization of pharmacy students and the creation of spirit among the University student body for spirited participation in campus and community activities. PHARMACY RHO PI PHI Front row, from left: B. Less, treasurer; A. Cassidy, chancellor; S. Wasseramn, vice-chancellor; M. Weiss, scribe. Second row, from left: T. Wong, historian; D. Fox, pledgemaster; A. Sanft; L. Lazurus; W. Patterson. -e - - DIVISION B - Seated, from left: T. A. Bartlett, scribe; row, from left; G. Engorn; J. Naff, treasurer; G. Lam- R. M. Walent, vice-chancellor; D. G. Hoadley. Second bert; J. Szabo. DELTA SIGMA THETA DIVISION A -From left: W. G. Gouveia; E. Kerns, scribe; C. Gordon, treasurer; M. Kana, chancellor; A. Chevaire; J. Competiello. PHARMACEUTICAL FRATERNITY 1959 n KAPPA PSI From left: L. M. Krause, advisor; R. J. Tamer; C. S. Sweet, regent; J. D. Garvey, S. R. Wetherill; J. L. Labrecque. m AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Seated from left: S. Wassermon, treasurer; S. Weiner, ' 66 representative; A. Gv altieri, president; P. Abbot, ' 69 representative; J. Rizzato, secretary. Second row, from left: A. Krull, ' 67 representative; M. Weiss, ' 68 representative; R. Anderson, ' 69 rep- resentative; B. Foenzo, ' 69 representative. ■Mm ' » ARMED FORCES COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATION DIVISION A - Seated, (rom left: G. LaPete.J.Demenkow; B. Hutchins, treasurer; B. Gravina, president; Captain Del Colliano, advisar; K. Forte, vice-president. Standing: D. Doughty; R. Earle; E. Weinerman; T. Meagher; R. Bernard; T. Murphy; P. Brennan; A. Goldstein; L. Kelly; J. Perez; B. Liddel. NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY A.F C.E.A. STyOENT CHAPTER DIVISION B Seated, from left: R. Ackerman; H. Kevor- kian, vice-president; P. Brennan, treasurer; R. Thomas, president; L. Becker. Standing: E. Gorski; J. Griffin; R. Wright; J. Aldrich; M. Cogan. SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS Seated from left: R. Daniels, secretary; H. Weinberg, president; S. Rich; L. Cohen; R. Pearo; D. Chorbonnet; L. Remaly; C. Seger- R. Taksar, vice-president; A. Cruteau, treasurer. Standing, from left: strom. p% I NATIONAL ROTC BAND ASSOCIATION Front row, from left: W. Gillen, 1st sergeant; R. Mabel, finance officer; D. Brown, commanding officer; C. Steward, executive officer; R. Storat, operations officer. Second row, from left: J. Day; J. Cfiamberlain; T. Murpfiy; S. Walker; E. Frye. Tfiird row, from left: J. Kascus; A. Jerardi; R. Manson; M, Lacey; O. Ufilman; R. Moliion; M. Weiss. DIVISION A - Seated, from left: W. Lepsevicti; M. Ufiricfi; Major E. Daly, advisor; J. Strutfiers. Standing, from left: M. Cogan; B. Olendzenski; W. Gay; J. Morris. MILITARY AFFILIATE RADIO SYSTEM DIVISION B- Seated, from left: J. Boczenowski, treasurer; J. Cadigan, vice-president; Sgt. B. Dowell, advisor; Maj. E. Daly, advisor; J. Ciar- cia, president; P. Bocfiant. Standing, from left: F. Groezinger, R. Pearo; W. Krag; D. Chorbon- net; E. Cofien; J. Morris. , .y !f o |!ft 1 mm ' . ' fli. First row, from left; L. Adelson; M. Weiner; M. Norris, exchequer; H. Lewis, scribe; S. Formon, master; Prof. L. Cooperstein, advisor; A. Berger, It. master; B.Cohen; D.Jacobson,pledgemaster; S. Aron- son. Second row: B. Wolpert; H. Schwartz; B. Joseph, house man- ager; S. Ludmere; A. Baker; P. Pruchansky; H. Weinrab; D. Zago- ren; M. Udolf; G. Gerson; H. Liefe; R. Skolnick; L. Fox. Third row A. Shah; E. Titlebaum; R. Holt; S. King; G. Feldman; R. Thomashow D. Greenberg; I. Augustino; P. Rothenberg; D. Shnider; S. Barton, I. Bourne. ALPHA EPSILON PI This year has been a banner one for AEPi. Through the combined efforts of Prof. Cooper- stein, AEPi ' s Advisor of the Year for 1963-1964, the Executive Board and the Committees, v e have made great strides forward from our prob- lem year of 1963-1964. The top social and athletic events of the year included the 15th annual Richard M. Horowitz Dance at the Charter House, the Parents and Sons Dinner at Lynn ' s Hotel Edison, the Spring Formal at the Astor Motor Inn, Belmont, Alumni Homecoming, splash night at the YMCA, discus- sions of sex and over-population and the Toga party. Also, the Hawaiian Luau, the Gospel Heav- enaires, Barry and the Remains, the Animals, John Thomas, George Sullivan, the Nose Bowl against TEP, the victory party for Erin-Go-Bra — the Mayor of Huntington Avenue, the Playboy party, Friday, and the many rush parties which brought us 30 new brothers. The house has taken a new outlook on life this year, with a completely new exterior look of shining white. Inside, every room was renovated and redecorated. Couple these repairs with Herb ' s great cooking, and 134 Babcock St. be- comes a wonderful home away from home. Throughout 1964-1965, AEPi lived in the ever present atmosphere of high ideals and goals based on the character traits of our be- loved Richard M. Horowitz — fraternal spirit, brotherhood, cooperation, initiative, personality and scholastic ability. iiiMM ' 1 O K " IK I .. :.,g| DIVISION A— First row, from left: B. Londquist, grand mar- shall; J. McLaughlin, grand councillor; W. McGourty, grand questor; R. Theroux, grand scribe. Second row, from left: R. Ohsol; D. Remson; A. Sestito; C. Alexson; D. Persons; E. Stone. Third row, from left: W. Harnden; T. Greene; J. Siegleman; C. Robinson; D. Teall; C. Izmirian; A. Ingham. ALPHA KAPPA SIGMA DIVISION B- First row, from left: B. Webb, grand scribe; G. Morrison, grand marshcll; C. lonnuccilli, vice grand councillor; R. Lindquist, grand questor. Second row, from left: G. Driscoll; J. Fedus; H. Dugan; K. Spaulding; A. Liefke; K. Moore; W. Foissey. Third row, from left: W. Gittis; D. Solomon; G. Richards. This past year was really a GREEN letter year at AKS... remem- ber the driving of the Golden Spike at Homecoming. ..and the Quint-Frat Ball and New Year ' s Eve will live in our memories for a long time to come ...even more paddles were added to our now famous paddle-covered wall ...who will ever forget the happy faces of the neighborhood children at our annual Christmas party. ..and who would have guessed that some of our long time members finally became alumni. ..remember the green T-shirts and those " boss " weekends with a " band on every floor " . ..although we hove left the house of Alpha Kappa Sigma, we shall never be forgotten in the hearts of our brothers. 140 BETA GAMMA EPSILON Seated, from left: R. Pease; J. Ebacher; J. Birenbaum, welfare chair- man; A. Lockwood, secretary; B. Niemann, vice-president; K.Wuttke, president; G. Bubb, treasurer; C. Ferguson, pledgemaster; R. Kop- pell, social chairman; G. Shearer, house manager. Standing, from left: P. Hrul; T. Kimberling; D. Yoksza; W. Soule; W. Emerson; J. Couzelis, sports chairman; G. Driscoll; N. Jacques, house chairman; C. Casper, I.F.C. representative. BGE, Northeastern ' s oldest fra- ternity has just completed its 46th year on campus. Its rich traditions are passed down through events such as the Quint-Frat Formal and the an- nual gathering of the brotherhood at the Alumni Dinner Dance. The brothers look back over this year v ith pride and memories of the activities in which they have partici- pated. ..highlighted by the off-key Greek Sing. ..the Spirit of St. Louis that flew before half time. ..the party climaxed by Precinct 16. ..the Labor Day week at Falmouth. ..the New Year and Christmas parties. ..the ski trips... the summer outings. ..the competition for All Sports Trophy.. .and the hang- overs. BGE will always remember the seniors who have made this pastyear a most memorable one. With the past as its heritage and the future as its destiny, Beta Gamma Epsilon will make its 47th year the best ever. rAniHij GAMMA PHI KAPPA First row, from left: W. Ross; R. Madresti; P. Morrisey, secretary; G. Kasson, president; R. Rioux, alumni secretary; F. Swinick; R. Parsons; J. McGovern. Second row, from left: R. Small; L. Swartz; L. Black; J. Wain; J. Brown; C. Sheehan. Third row, from left: C. Meltzer; P. Sargent; H. Blasius; B. Simon. With your end, and the ends of the thoughts and ghosts of these who were to end with you, we now begin. Because of you, we begin again. Remembering the last years, one thinks of pleas- ures and joys; one thinks ofcrises, and crises met; one thinks of 16, Ashford, 72 and 1 1; one thinks of Presidents, and progress. Remembering these years will not be hard. They will always live in the future that you dili- gently helped to give us. But these are the big things: What of your personalities, so vivid and so strong, the ball games, the many, many parties and of course the songs? What of the issues won and the issues lost and the sincerity expressed? These words may seem hollow to those who " do not know. " To us they are private, and we understand very well what they mean. Just as memories are forever, so is brotherhood. Shake my hand Brother, and we will call you Brother. NU EPSILON ZETA Social development in coordina- tion with academic achievement pro- vides equilibrium of education and maturity to the fraternity man. The brotherhood of Nu Epsilon Zeta takes great pride and maintainsan individu- al interest in upholding the fraternal concept. During 1964, NEZ took an active part in all interfraternity sports, claim- ed the trophy for originality in the Homecoming Float Parade, had suc- cessful social parties, and participated in other interfraternity rivalries such as the Toilet Bowl with Theta Rho Epsi- lon and the Hangover Bowl with Gam- ma Phi Kappa. Balancing off our social calendar were our traditional activities such as Parents Weekend, Alumni Weekend, the Quint-Frat For- mal and our Christmas party for the underprivileged children of Brookline. This year sees NEZ already mak- ing plans and looking forward to an- other successful year, and if the hap- piness created in the past can be con- tinued into the future, we all feel that our endeavor will not be in vain. DIVISION B- First row, from left: R. Baskin, grand scribe; W. Murphy, exchequer; S. Austin, advisor; K. Lester, grand master; P. Loring, grand chancellor; E. Flynn, pledgemaster. Second row, from left: C. Mann; N. Holmes; E, Kelley; A. Henry; E. Bedell; J. Hecley; T. Collins; P. McConologue; M. Wicken. Third row, from left: P. Tierney; G. MacPherson; D. Lorinovich; J. Grabon;J. Gullot- to; W. Delano; M. Murphy; V. Barrows. DIVISION A- First row, from left: J. Gullottc; J.Grabon; E. Bedell; M. Hass; R. Comeau. Second row: J. Padulo; R. Boskin; R. Sites; G. Abello, pledgemaster; J. Healey, grand chancellor; J. Fisfier, W. Van Oster; P. Wclsfi; T.Kodney. Tfiird row: R. Kalmin; E. Ridge; vice grand master; M. Cicoric, exchequer; B. Seide, grand scribe; M. Delouchrey. DIVISION B First row, from left; R. Rudman; P. Solano; J. Thomp- Demenkow; J. Demoulos; R.Potterton;M.D ' Addio, Div.B see. chmn.; son; W. Yokell. Second row, from left: J. Ebrecht; G. Beatty; J. R. Andersson. DIVISION A Seated, from left: R. Jenks, soc. cfimn., IFC rep.; J. Caruso, corr. sec; K. Boyce; D. Brainard; R. Smith, vice pres.; B. Sfiane, pres.; A. Poole, alumni relations; P. Calef, treasurer; R. Elswick, rec. sec; M. Levlne. Standing, from left: W. Gillen; A. Plant; J. Caulkins; J. Soutar; R. Garbos; R. Ceresi; M. Giordano; R. Kowalczyk; M. Allen; W. Rodriguez; E. Beardsworth, ritual fiisto- rian; J. Richardson; J. McKenna, sports chmn.; J. Codispoti. A year to remember as the fraternity celebrated its fifth anniversary... mountain climbing at Lakewood...the " fabulous 14 " . ..house stock up 25 per cent.. .welcome apartment six.. .Home- coming. ..George Washington ' s nose grows. ..Sebastian, the knight.. .the an- nual Homecoming Dinner Dance at Cabot Farms. ..Queen Nancy. ..the largest circle ever seen. ..scandal along the Seine. ..the bullhorn mo- tions. ..what! another shade of gray? ...winter in the mountains. ..Jim De- menkow ' s n ecklace... pi nnings... Mc- Kenna gets K.O. ' ED. ..Eddie and his " doH " ...Greasey and C.C... Dante and Nancy. ..Mark and Sharyn...and marriages... no Revere Bowls but best wishes. ..McCarthy fetches a pocket- book.. .McCarthy and the color TV... McCarthy in the kitchen. ..McCarthy and a new Brazilian government... who is this McCarthy, anyway?. ..Mike D ' Addio becomes every girl ' sfavorite dancing partner... Friar Plant, please come home. ..Jack Demoulas finds an atomic toga...McTaggart gets an Ear- ache. ..Wally puts on a great show anyway. ..not the Aladdins again!... the first of many five year anniver- saries... most important - our 22 new brothers. ..Goalie Gillen ' s puck.. .a farewell to our seniors. ..and finally,... as always. .. " We pledge our loyalty... " P H I A L P H A R H 147 Seated, from left; W. Lyncin, rusfiing Jenks. Standing, from left: J. Gardin- chairman; E. Cohen, secretary; J. er; B. Muccini; P.Morrissey; A. Nanger- O ' Connor, president; G. Kasson, vice- one; R. Holt; K. O ' Hara. president; F. Calnon, treasurer; R. 148 The Interfraternity Council is the Greek ' s governing and regulating body com- posed of representatives of Northeastern ' s 12 social fraternities. The IFC spon- sors interfraternity sports, an annual mixer, theSpring Greek Weekend and fresh- men smokers before open rushing. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL ,j u Khr M , . ■ : v PHI BETA ALPHA First row, from left; L. Slivio; M. Peters; J. Keefe; G. Holster, ser- gecnt-at-arms; J. Palmucci, advisor; R. Croatti, secretary; A. Mar- tone, president; J. Callaghan, vice-president; J. Seiden, treasurer; J. Shipley; A. Hall; D. O ' Brien. Second row, from left: M. Ander- son; G. Peirce; E. Cordoza; G. Christie; D. Moodie; R. Reetz; D. Martin; H. Paraghanian; A. Morrissette; M. Lasky; M. Micciche; R. Storat. Third row, from left: P. Cucinotta; M. Caliri; R. Rizzo; R. Storat; R. Messier; B. Brady; K. Dellamora; S. Desatnick; R. Donate; D. Kane; J. O ' Donnell; P. Nowers. As we look back upon the 40th year of Phi Beta Alpha, we remember nostalgically. ..our 40th Anniversary Dinner-Dance. ..our new advisor, John Palmucci. ..the wedding bells ringing for Bob Croatti, Jack Shipley, Mike Peters and John Palermo. ..pinnings, pinnings and engagements. ..our Alumni Scholarship recipient, John Callaghan... Peace Corps acceptances ...the Annual Alumni Homecoming Dance at Longwood Towers... Parent ' s Night at Northeastern. We shall remember acquiring new trophies. ..first place in IPC bas- ketball with a 19-1 record. ..first prize in Homecoming Float Parade with " New Frontiers " ...a Hangover Bowl victory on New Year ' s Day against Phi Sig, 1 6- 14. ..another fraternity scholastic plaque. ..nor shall we forget ... " Shrimp Coattail " in the Mayoral- ity Contest.. . " Blow Ye Winds " in the Greek Sing. ..Campus Pacs every- where you turn. And of course, partiesand pledge weekends in Folmouthand North Con- way. ..Jim Keefe ' s two good legs. ..the Del-Ray ' s volume. ..whispering in the New Year at Phil ' s. ..the Christmas party for the old folks. .. " taking in the sunshine " at the Duxbury clambake... the Serendipity Singers. .. " Twelfth Night " and " Take Me Along " . In memory we holdourdeceased brother, Sandy Abbott.. .we welcomed our 20 new brothers. ..and bid fare- well to our seniors. ..all who helped join " the ties that bind us. " PHI GAMMA PI Phi Gamma Pi celebrated its 40th year as a fraternity at Northeastern and continues in the ideals, spirit and traditions established by PGP in 1924. PGP is proud of the accomplishments of our 13 graduating brothers, both for the fraternity and for N.U. We wish them farewell, regretfully, but with the full knowledge of the great heights they will achieve in their lifetimes. To compen- sate for their loss, PGP has initiated 16 new brothers. During 1964, we continued to be an asset to the football team, with 1 of our brothers active- ly participating. Homecoming weekend again proved to be one of the high points of PGP ' s social life. Our Annual Open House was held after the football game with music supplied by a jug band. The PGP alumni were welcomed back with a cocktail party, a buffet supper and a dance given in their honor at our house. The " open keg " parties were begun this year and proved successful if uncontrollable. The annual Wassail Party was held again this Christmas with neighboring nurses. PGP was again active in IPC sport competition and gave strong support to the Quint-Frat Ball. PGP ' s guiding principle is for brothers to work together to improve themselves physically and mentally and from this gain a greater under- standing and appreciation of their fellow man. First row, from left: V ' . Price; E. McGlaston; E. Tammy; W. Wehr- heim, treasurer; R. LeBlond, president; R. Canada, house manager; J. Davis, secretary; F. Calnan; G. Taylor. Second row, from left: P. Vincellette; R. Cody; T. Grigolunas; P. Rains; W. Payne; K. Estes; C. Madrigian; J. Murpfiy; E. Skoglund. Third row, from left: T. Flaherty; W. McNeilly; J. Waiek; D. Santos. BROTHERHOOD Brotherhood is working for all, together, Brotherhood is o lesson to be used, forever. Brothers for each other, suffer aggravation, Brothers for each other, possess admiration. Nothing is worse than fighting, pushing, alone, A man without a country, a cupboard without a bone In brotherhood you ' re not alone, there ' s always Someone beside you. To help you. ..to push you. ..and oftentimes. To guide you. Sometimes it ' s forgotten, but it ' s often said With a sigh. You never miss the water till the well runs dry. Long life to fraternity and to the men who use it. Help it.. .push it.. .please God, don ' t abuse it. Social life is a very fine part. But let no one make this mistake. Those parties are not the essence, They ' r e only the frosting on the cake. I ' ve lived here now for quite a time, I can sum it up grammatically, True fraternity ' s a thing very hard to find, It ' s OURSELVES not myself, emphatically. John Ryan ' 68BA PHI SIGMA KAPPA Seated, from left: W. Chesnavich; V. Anton; C. Namur, house manager; J. O ' Connor, president; J. Murray, vice-president; J. Fuller, pledgemaster; E. Hochstein; R. Harding; R. Labbe. Standing, from left: D. Marcel lus; D. Kovacs; C. McKinley; B. Wolfson; T. Gavin; B. Van Fleet; R. Quaglieri; J. Sgro; F. Dell; J. Ryan. Delta Pentaton chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa is one of Northeastern ' s three national fraterni- ties. Our mother fraternity was Sigma Phi Alpha, a local founded on March 31 , 1924 and formally recognized and chartered by the University on April 7, 1924. Thirty-five years later on May 1 1, 1963, SPA became the 100th chapter of Phi Sig. Phi Sig was founded in 1863 at the University of Massachusetts. Thus, we of Delta Pentaton have a rich heritage both from our mother fraternity and the national. The Phi Sig house is located at 37 Greenough St., Jamaica Plain, and is the cen- ter of our social activities. We at Phi Sigma Kappa are proud of our social, interfraternity and school activities. We have five major social functions during the year. These begin during football season with Home- coming, and are followed closely with our Christ- mas and New Year ' s parties. In March we hold our annual Sigma Phi Alpha Alumni Dinner Dance and in the Spring, we have Parent ' s Day and Alumni Day. We have participated actively in IPC activities and have held the IPC All-Sports Trophy. Phi Sig has two other chapters in the Boston area at Tufts and MIT, and last year, we of Delta Pent walked away with the newly instituted Paul Gray Trophy. This is awarded for winning com- petitions in basketball, volleyball and bridge, held among the chapters of the Boston Triad. The games are held as part of our national birth- day celebration. Seated, from left: J. Gardiner, vice chancellor; D. Babineau, chancellor; M. Burnce, bursar; A. Shuman; D. Phares;W. Rosenthal, chaplain; P. Cowan; S. Bloom; S. Notanson, historian; L. Kraus, bursar. Standing, from left: S. Cohen, corresponding scribe; D. Miller; G. Perlman; J. Hayes; P. Caruso; M. Sherman; E. Jutson; B. Singer; G. Bricault; J. Rosenstein. TAU EPSILON PHI This year marks the graduation of the lost KZP brother and the initiation of 23 pledges to bring the member- ship to an all-time high of 72 active brothers. The curren t school year has held numerous achievements which the brotherhood is very proud of. At the Freshman Night program, TEP was presented with the IFC All Sports Trophy for the 1 963 - 1 964 sea- son. We also received trophies for tennis, golf and an undefeated season in Softball. During Mayorality week. Brother Jack Hoynes, incognito as U. Hefler, a renowned playboy, graced our urban campus. With a chorus line of over 100 " bunnies " and an ROTC brigade review, we attempted to increase school spirit. Beginning in early August, the brotherhood completely renovated the house at 402 Marlborough Street. Paneling, indirect lighting and new furniture were installed. We have nearly doubled the size of our dining room and party rooms. Among our numerous social events, an Inter-Collegiate Mixer was held at the Sherry Biltmore Hotel, with a portion of the profits going to the Kennedy Library Fund. As Brothers Asnes, Bearon, Bloom, Cowan, Natanson, Phares, Rosenthal and Sapoznick receive their diplomas in June, the fraternity will look back at their achievements and realize that without the seniors, the " bridge builders " of the fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi could never have at- tained its present position at North- eastern. Seated, from left: H. Woodbury; T. Zappala; D. Bacuzzo; R. Marks, from left: J. Furneaux; G. Rabbitt; K. O ' Haro; M. Egdall; D. Wilson; legist; R. Ward, historian; D. Rawon, vice consul; R. Drongoole, S. Von Leer, scribe; B. Long, pledgewarden; J. McWeeney; A. Vacarro. Standing, THETA RHO EPSILON We have grown a great deal in strength and Brotherhood this past year... the once young cub is now a powerful lion. ..our presence is being felt everywhere. ..Gerry Rabbitt as Mr. Husky. ..Mike Mondelli and Paul McManus winning Condit Awards... Ray Baronowski and Al Vaccaro, our tennis champs. ..our first memories as a recognized fraternity... Charter Night...our firstbirthday...and our first formal initiation. Although we ' ve gained much, we lose those whom we can never re- place — our charter brothers. Weare dedicated to follow their ideals. ..we have spread those ideals in the past and we ' ll spread them in the future. Their past has shaped our future. Wherever our travels may carry us, let us never forget.. . " Our hearts forever bound to thee, forever faith- ful, TRE. " ZETA GAMMA TAU 1964-1965 was a busy year for Zeta Gamma Tau. During the year the brothers of ZGT parti- cipated in many school activities. These activities ranged from interfraternity tug-of-wars across the crystal clear waters of the Fens to participation in the IFC Sports League. ZGT ' s social season was filled with picnics, a Christmas train ride, an Alumni banquet on Homecoming Day, " that — " bus ride to the U.R.I, football game, and a New Year ' s Eve Party where 80 brothers, alumni and their dates wel- comed in the New Year. However, the highlight of the year was ZGT ' s unprecedented third con- secutive victory in the Major of Huntington Ave- nue Campaign. At the victory dance that night " Erin-Go-Bra, " Brother Dave Palmer was crown- ed with the Mayor ' s Hat by Brother Gene Murray, outgoing mayor. However, ZGT ' s activities were not centered entirely around parties, football games, etc. The fraternity brothers have been active blood do- nors for the Brookline Blood Bank, have done charity work in old age homes, entertained many children from various orphanages around Bos- ton, and spent many " work " days at the Boston City Hospital. Zeta Gamma Tau has been on the NU Cam- pus for four years, but through the character of its members and by its high academic standards, ZGT has established itself as an active and inte- gral part of the Northeastern way of life. First row, from left: A. Levitt; P. Ecklond; B. Kelly; W. Lyncfi, v. pres.; D. Wilson, pres.; G. Moealin; C. Morciono, corr. sec; D. Palmer; T. Duff. Second row, from left: G. McCollum; P. Machoney; F. Kilroy, treas.; P. Kalapinski; J. Kedion; K. McMonus; R. McDonald; F. Hough; F. Toffoloni; W. McMorrow; R. Sossong; P. Dool- on; R. Wadel; R. Tricca;D.MacKay;J.Gilroy, adv. The Intersorority Council serves as the governing and regulating body of Northeastern ' s four social sororities. The council is composed of me mbers of each sorority. Founded on May Day, 1962, the council has since been active in providing opportunities in the form of socials and mixers for the sisters of each sorority to meet each other and discuss mutual interests. On Freshman Night each year, the council promotes the sorority system by means of an in- formation booth and pamphlets. Seated, from left: S. DeVellis, vice-president; E. Stokes, president; L. Leonard, secretary-treasurer. Standing, from left: B. DeFaIco; C. Sawyer; M. Murphy; J, Cotte; R. DiSalvo. INTERSORORITY COUNCIL First row, from left: J. Leocroft; N. Essigmonn; B. DeFaIco, corre- sponding secretary; P. Gannon, treasurer; P. Bogle, vice-president; R. DiSolvo, president; V. Sontosuosso, recording secretary; R. Green, pledgemother; E, White, sergeant-ot-arms; L. Firth, histori- an. Second row, from left: J. Rook; J. Lynch; N. Groves; P. Barlas; C. Cronk; M. Duda; S. Mulligan; P. Letterie; M. McHale; M. Zobilski. Third row, from left: D. Marshall; C. Bator; M. Davis; C. O ' Neil; J. Peshin; K. Burton; L. Teebagy. DELTA PI ALPHA Delta Pi Alpha was founded in June of 1961 by a group of 25 women students. The goals of Delta Pi Alpha, as embodied in our Constitution, are charity, scholarship and social achievement. In order that these goals may be fulfilled, Delta Pi Alpha plans a wide range of activity each year. For charity work, the sisters of Delta Pi Alpha aid the Red Cross as volunteers at Chelsea Naval Hospital. To promote scholarship. Delta Pi Alpha awards annually a scholarship of 5100 through the office of the Dean of Women to a deserving upperclass woman student. Delta Pi Alpha participates in the Greek Sing and supports other school functions . Our social events include softball games, beach par- ties, spaghetti suppers, formal dances and the traditional Spring Dinner Dance. First row, from left: C. Hume, corresponding secretary; S. Woodfall, pledgemother; R. Motisoff, historian; L. Leonard, treasurer; A. Flechio, president; M, Swortz, vice-president; H. Sampson, record- ing secretory; S. DeVellis, I.S.C. representative; B.Wyman. Second row, from left: L. Koritz; K. Griffin; E. Walsh; L. Baron; N. Stacey; J. Banger; G. DiFranza; S. Copmon; D, Maclver; P. Melcher. Third row, from left: B. Carlson; N. Higgins; N. Sornow; S. Estes; M. Comelio; G. Carter; B. Orenstein; J. Cohoon. r:oif CHI PI EPSILON Chi Pi Epsilon, to promote close friend- ship within the sorority and to maintain an active status for women on campus, has had a very busy but rewarding year ' s agenda. Highlights include social events such as the annual Christmas party, the Valentine Semi-Formal, The Mother-Daughter Tea and the Halloween Costume party sponsored by the Alumnae Chapter for the active sisters. The two pledge periods have brought nine new sisters into the sorority. During pledging these girls have worked along with the sisters to build the Homecoming float and to help the handicapped children by working as volunteer aides at the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Center in Brighton. They have enjoyed getting together socially with the sisters at the prepledge and pledge parties and at in- formal sing-alongs and suppers. This year Chi Pi will award the first of its annual scholarships to a sisterfor meritorious service. To raise funds for this, the sisters have held a car wash, a cake sale and a baked bean supper. We are grateful to the graduating seniors of 1964 who began this fund with a donation of $1 25.00. The class of 1965 will graduate sixsisters of Chi Pi Epsilon. These six con look back on their senior year as one of rewarding activi- ties in which the sisterhood as a whole work- ed for together. Seated, from left: M. Murphy, I.S.C. representative; J. MacDoncId, pledgemother; B. Brine, treasurer; P. O ' Brien, president; B. Loehr, corresponding secretory; M. Sexton, recording secretary; E. Stokes, I.S.C. representative. Standing, from left: I. McHugfi; C. Jakabow- icz; J. Krystock; K. Zverblis; M. Stone; R. Crosby; S. Sullivan; K. Dunlop; S. Tibbets. KAPPA THETA XI Through the past year we have maintained, The standards and goals for which we aimed. Aid to those who show a need, We are not lacking in good deeds. A lot of work a lot of fun, We feel satisfied when day is done. We have found a way to help those who, Have not as many opportunities as we do. Through the YMCA we were able to. Take some youngsters to the zoo. To see the elephants, tigers and lions, And take a trip to the Museum of Science. The bonds of friendship which we have formed, Are strengthened as the years go on. To share work and play is what we prefer. So upon 10 girls we did confer, the sisterhood we dearly prize. And this thought makes us realize. That someday when we have to part, We will keep within our hearts Our friendship and our memories, Our loyalty and pride... To know we are and will always be. Sisters of Kappa Theta Xi. THETA SIGMA TAU This year has been a memorable one for Theta Sigma Tau. To start the year off on the right foot, we entered the Homecoming Float Parade. Our numerous hours of working and planning were indeed rewarded when it was announced that our float " Hawaii Joins the Union " had won second prize. The congratula- tions really belong to our wonderful andtalented chairman. The pledge period, too, started off very well with what we sincerely hope will become a tra- dition for us, the Greek Tour. On this tour, we visited some of the fraternities at their houses. Their graciousness and hospitality will remain to us both enjoyable and memorable. We hope that such activities will help establish a stronger bond between the various Greek organizations. Highlights of the year also include... a cer- tain afternoon in a certain Saugus park... splash- ing in the " Y " ...pledge basketball games... work- ing in GPK ' s cellar... Halloween parties.. .a certain afternoon at a Watertown home. ..and a banquet. The future looks bright for Theta Sigma Tau and we, her members, look ahead eagerly... together. First row, from left: D. Grady, K. MacKinnon, pledgemotfier; J. Cotte, I.S.C. representative; A. Donovan, corresponding secretary; A. Berman, treasurer; B. Wolf, president; C. Sawyer, vice-president; R. Cash, parliamentarian; M. MacDonold, recording secretary; C. Maggi, Div. B pledgemother; C. Winiker, historian. Second row, from left: Miss P. Belcher, advisor; S. Small, G. Wilkinson; M. Untz; M. Rubin; L. Walsh; B. Selinski; A. Seldner; M. Tulinski; R. Green- berg; S. Epple; G. Paul. Third row, from left: V. O ' Brien; B. Sha- piro; V. Rizzo; M. Walsh; J. Rado; M. Bartlett; T. Gardner; M. Marchese. al ' V I o The CAPTAIN. Scramble For Loose Ball. B Quarterback Jack Kennedy BY JOE DAVIS ' 63-64 Captain The 1963 Husky foot- ball team was the joining of a fine line with the most outstanding backfield ever assembled at Northeast- ern. The line, one of size and experience, was made up of Bill McKeown and Jack Silverio at end, Joe Bruno and Joe Davis at tackle, Howie Harding and Jim Lyons at guard and Dick McPherson at center. The backfield consisted of Jack Kennedy at quarter- back, Jim Thornton and Paul Luciano at halfback and BobCappadonaatfull- back. These were the " start- ers " on the program each Saturday. However, the defensive starting team of Dean Webb, Joe Heuston, and Brian Hayes was an- other experienced senior unit which did us proud. The alternate line had sen- iors Ray Canada, Ted Tripp and Joe Golec. The restof the alternate team consist- ed of sophs and juniors the likes of Paul O ' Brien, Bill Quarterback Paul O ' Brien O ' Brien, Mike Mastro,Tom Pileski, Ed Murphy, Roger Larsen, John Clarke, and Ralph Goslin. Max St. Vic- tor was always ready to answer Coach Zabilski ' s call " Maxie, go in and kick one. " Maxie ' s 49-yard field goal against Tufts in 1962 is still a collegiate record. With depth like this one would expect the greatest season in N.U. History. The Huskies out- scored their opponents Dean Webb Gets Handoff and Starts Rolling Cappadona Tripped Up 237 to 42, winning every game and climaxing the season by accepting the first bowl bid ever given a Northeastern team. Post season awards were given to Joe Davis, captain, who was selected for the Little All-Amerlcan andWilliam- son All-American squads and to Coach Joe Zabilski who was chosen as the Eastern Coach of the Year, and finally to Bob Cappa- dona, who received the Swede Nelson Award for his dedicated work in help- ing the team prepare for the bowl game in which he couldn ' t participate be- cause of an NCAA rule pertaining to transfer stu- dents. In a pre-season scrim- mage with Bowdoin, it be- came evident that the team possessed depth which would only be wasted unless a system could be devised that uti- Thornton On The Move. . . .And In for Score lized all the available tal- ent. Thus the platoon sys- tem was developed. The " machine " as it came to be called had two lines which played both ways splitting the time, and two backfields, one for offen- sive and the other for de- fense. It was this depth which decided three ofour games which were won in the final period. THE FIRST TEST Saturday, September 21st, 1963, marked the key to the Husky success story. For the first two periods the Rams of U.R.I, lead 7-0, with the Huskies un- able to gain any enertia. Then the continual beating the Rams had been taking from the two fresh teams began to show. Cappa- dona capped a 60-yard drive after the Rams had scored on an 80-yard play on the first play of the sec- ond half to make it 13-7. After Cappy ' s three-yard plunge, the Husky defense held the Rams and took the ball and a few plays later Jim Thornton carried it over. Before the Rams could scamper off the field the Huskies tallied twice more to make the final score 28-13. The " ma- chine " had been a success. BRIDGEPORT The nemesis of three straight seasons almost came true again. With four minutes remaining, Bridgeport held a9-6 lead. George Greenridge Crashes Line. . . Ed McGlaston Grabs Off Wayward Aerial George Hall Goes Up and Over In The Snow. V ' ' isjf . ' J tns Now Hear This, Joe. Had the machine failed? No. The second team fresh from the bench aftera sev- en-minute rest came and scored a pair of touch- downs with Tripp, Canada and Golec throwing key blocks on both scores. Za- bilski ' s fresh team had paid off again. BATES After two suspense filled games, the Huskies decided to win this one early. Howie Harding, left guard, blocked a kick and grabbed in for a touch- down. Bates tied it up, but that was all they were to get. Thornton tallied twice, then Cappadona, Clark and Goslin scored to make the final score a 41-6 Husky rout. AlC After chopping up Bates, theMachine ran AlC through the mill. The first half was highlighted by Bill McKeown ' s 60-yard touch- down jaunt after intercep- ting an AlC aerial. The second half gave forth with the usual outburst of scor- ing by the Huskies for a final score of 35-8. SPRINGFIELD After easy victories over AlC and Bates, NU had to prepare for its toughest game. The Gym- nasts always have a good team and this year they were exceptional. Thefirst half had Springfield within the ten yard line on three separate occasions, only to be denied a score by the Husky defense. Instru- mental in stopping them was Howie Harding who grabbed two fumbles. The play in the second half was just as rugged. De- fensive captain Dick Mc- Pherson made the right calls all afternoon to con- tinually stymie the Gym- nasts ' attack. But the Hus- ky offense wasn ' t moving either. Then the heatstart- ed to be felt by both teams, but the machine had the advantage of num- bers and with five minutes to go the Huskies finally pushed across a score and added another at the two- minute mark of the period to make the final score 14-0. This was our tough- est game of the year and produced the final tuning up of the machine, for in the remaining games the Huskies allowed only six points for the opposition while rolling up a total of 99. NEW HAMPSHIRE For the first time in five years, the Huskies managed to knock off Coach Chief Boston ' s New Hampshire eleven. Plagu- ed by injuries, the Wild- cats offered not a great deal of resistance. George Greenridge made the play of the game going 99 yards with an intercepted pass. KINGS POINT Scoring in every con- ceivable way, the Huskies totalled 39 points todefeat the Mariners atKings Point while the home forces managed just six points. Bill McKeown started the scoring parade when he tallied on a 73-yard pass interception. Cappy then went 35 yards straight up the middle for the second score. With two minutes left in the half, Joe Davis intercepted a pass to set Surrounded by Alert Husky Defens Luciano Lines Him Lip When I Get The Guy Who Did This To My Jersey. . . Just Let Me Get This Leg Loose Look Coach, No Hands or Legs. What ' s She Feed Him Anyway? . U ' l f 4l m f£ up John Kennedy ' s touch- down pass to Bill O ' Brien. In the second half, St. Vic- tor booted a 43-yard field goal and Paul O ' Brien car- ried the ball across twice on quarterback keepers. TUFTS A fired-up Tufts team held the Huskies for exact- ly one period, but they were aided by a torrential rainfall. Then the defense started the scoring for the fourth time, with Ed Mc- Glaston going 38 yards with a pass interception. This broke the Jumbo ' s backs and the Huskies con- tinued to romp. Despite the rain, Paul O ' Brien toss- ed three touchdown pass- es. One of these was on a special pattern for the game and Joe grabbed it alone in the end zone. For most teams this would have been the end of the season but for the first time in history, a bowl bid was made and accept- ed by a Northeastern team. The opposition was East Carolina College, a single wing team made up of hard-hitting, aggressive ballplayers. Thegamewas played under difficult con- ditions and the Pirates turned up a 26-6 margin. However, the score was not indicative of the effort made by the Huskies. East Carolina took advantage of the breaks and scored on a couple of fluke plays. But the Huskies played hard at the end, always fighting, never yielding, and when the gun went off the team left the field as they had all season, with heads held high, proud to be members of the finest team in Northeastern ' s history. Husky Defense Does The Job Again. . f .. 0fm . r V ' ' ■■■■■■gi BY ART HATTON The 1963-64 Northeastern basketball season marked Indeed the " End of An Era " . It was the final season for four guys named John Malvey, Tom Martin and the Ryan twins, Fran and Fred; a quartet which had played together for three years and in two of those years took Northeastern all the way to Evansville, Indiana for the Small College hoop champion- ships. For two previous seasons the charges of Coach Dick Dukeshire had journeyed to Indiana in search of College Division hoop supremacy and both times were eliminated in the first round of play. It was the hopes of all con- cerned that this season would bring a third trip west and thatthe third time would be magic for the boys from Boston. They fought hard all season and managed to crash the North- east regionals after a year of splendor from Malvey, Martin, and the Ryan twins and many fine efforts on the part of the team ' s fifth senior, Hank Dugan, and jun- ior guard Gerry Phillips. Two other juniors, Jim Bowman and Fran Ryan B B 19 3 IJf K t " A H M Ir ' jk a Fred Ryan John Kelly and sophomore Gerry Knight, helped back up the start- ers and came through in royal fashion as the Huskies rolled a regular season mark of 16 wins and seven losses with a College Division record of 13-2. The Hus- kies only two small college set- backs came at the hands of C. W. Post, 66-61 , and a 60-59 squeaker to Springfield. John Molvey Hank Dugan THE YEAR THROUGH THE Beanpot Rebound For Fran EYES OF THE COACH. One of the high points of the regular season was a 73-71 triumph over arch-rival Boston College in the opening game of the Beanpot Tour- ney before a packed Cabot center crowd. The Northeast Regionals were held at Assumption College and the Huskies drew the home club in the opening round. The Assumption quin- tet was ranked at the top of the Col- lege Division teams in the nation with an 18-1 mark and thus were decided favorites over the visitors. But the Dukemen played their finest game of the season and upset the Greyhounds 79-78 in a comeback triumph in the opening round of the NCAA playoffs. This put the Huskies in with Adelphi College for the North- east Regional crown but Adelphi won a 68-66 triumph and the right to go to Evonsville. (See page 190.) Malvey broke the all-time N.U. scoring record by pouring through 1171 points in his three-year career and was the team pace-setter scoring wise for the third consecutive season. Second to Malvey ' s 16.5average was Fran Ryan, who hit for an aver- age of 16.3 points per game and led the squad in rebounding with 14 a contest. Twin-brother Fred grabbed off eight rebounds a game for the Huskies, and Somerville ' s Tom Martin was third in scoring with a 12.4 av- erage. Martin Hits Again 85 Brown University 58 37 Clark University 51 75 Brandeis University 71 82 Bates College 62 61 Harvard University 64 78 King ' s Point 53 61 C. W. Post 66 72 Tufts University 53 82 M.I.T. 74 67 Boston University 71 92 Coast Guard Academy 59 86 Amherst College 48 84 Boston College 95 82 Colby College 73 84 Middlebury College 44 83 Norwich University 49 73 Boston College 71 71 New Hampshire 64 59 Springfield 60 75 Boston University 80 63 Massachusetts 69 80 Worcester Tech 68 79 American International 60 78 Assumption College 68 66 Adelphi College 68 Me Charging? C ' mon, Set Up Guys THE TOURNEV m THE BLACKBOARD PID NOT LIE ... BY ART HATTON Reprinted from the Northeastern NEWS The blackboard in the locker room read, " No. 1 in guts, poise and desire, " and in what was undoubtedly their greatest clutch half of basketball this season the men in the black and white from Boston more than proved that the blackboard did not lie. . . . The scene was the bright and shiny new gymnasium studded with the banners of the four colleges that partook in this " survival of the fittest " competition. The plot was elementary. Assumption College, the top-ranked College Di- vision team, was playing Northeastern, ranked number three in New England at the close of the regular season. All the smart money was on the Grey- hounds and the concensus of opinion was that Andy Laska ' s team would win by at least ten, with a negative amount of perspiration enroute. But this plot had a surprise climax for Assump- tion did not win. They lost by ten points ... and the blackboard did not lie. . . . For this was the night that Coach Dukeshire ' s charges jelled thicker than they had jelled all season and did it in a manner which spelled of clutch with a capitol ' C. This was the team that walked somberly from the floor at halftime down by nine points and adjourned to the cloister of their lockerroom, a place fit at the time for no one but coach and players, who had a big job to do in a small amount of halftime. But this coach and these players somehow found time to complete the job for the team was not the same in the second half. Within the space of ten minutes, the underdog became the top dog as a capacity-plus crowd watched with the mixed emotions of shock and elation. When the final gun sounded, the more than 500 Husky fans on hand were on the floor hoist- ing their heroes to their shoulders in the fashion befitting true champions. The players began the chant and the fans quickly picked it up. " We ' re number one, we ' re number one " rang loud and clear above the pandemonium of the gym ... and the blackboard did not lie. . . . But a day can make a difference for on Sat- urday night the scene was the same and the plot differed only in that Adelphi College provided the Husky opposition. The outcome was any- body ' s guess and there would be no tomorrow for the losers. The loyal Panther rooters touted their team as tops while Assumption ' s rabid if often rude fandom cast their lots with the New York quintet as if an Adelphi victory would some- how heal the wounds opened when their heroes fell to the brash boys from Boston. On the other side of the court, a fine repre- sentation of Northeastern fans gathered under a sign hailing the Huskies as No. 1 . Some had been there on Friday night and were firm be- lievers while the rest had chosen to wait, and by their own decision missed their team ' s greatest triumph of the season. But now they too be- lieved and wanted to be cut in the final glory. Any one of them would have sworn to it ... that the blackboard did not lie. . . . Adelphi ' s brute strength and hungry hustle plus early foul trouble and a bad night board- wise for the Huskies put the N.U. quintet in an almost impossible position. With a matter of 41 seconds to go, the spirited Huskies controlled a jump ball and had a shot which would have put them into a one-point lead and sent them to Evansville for the third successive year. But two final shots failed and the handwriting was on the wall. Seconds later it was all over ... two - in- deed two points shot of three years - of college hoop supremacy in the Northeast. A pretty co- ed, her heart with the Huskies, drew her head from her lap when it was over and cried. And she was not alone. A guy named Dugan sat on the floor with a towel held to his eyes and his teammates and their coach stood silently by trying to keep their emotions within. The type of emotion which comes when a team tastes defeat — real defeat — for the first time in three years. They did not ask the Duke to say anything during the post- game ceremonies and it was just as well. For all he had to say - all he could say - was meant only for the ears of those guys who pushed it to the brink before they w ent down. But if you sit back a minute - if you think of the way this coach and these players have brought distinction and a common rallying point to Northeastern for the past three seasons - and you dismiss the last 20 seconds of the Adelphi game as something that had to come ... then there ' s no denying the fact ... thatthe blackboard did not lie after all. . . . The balloon of Husky hockey fortune soored to new heights during the 1963-64 campaign and then fell abrupt- ly to a new all-time low as the ECAC tournament committee deflated Northeastern ' s hopes for a post-season tourney berth, passing the Bellmen by when selection time rolled around. Led by stellar Captain Leo Dupere, seven seniors added that necessary touch of experi- ence to a sophomore-studded contingent. George Rossi, Glenn Boden, Dean McGran- ahan, Steve Powers, Walt Fitz- gerald, Kevin Powerand Brian McLean blended perfectly with sophomore flashes like Larry Bone, Bill Seabury and Bob DeBlois to form a smooth-run- ning, hard-skating sextet for Coach Jim Bell. Dupere, passed up for All-American honors after a phenomenal junior year, sat out eight games during the season with a shoulder injury and injuries notwithstanding, Leo notched 14 goals and 20 assists to tie with sophomore Larry Bone for the team scor- ing leadership. Bone had 19 goals and 15 assists to give each 34 points. Bob DeBlois, another sophomore, finished third in team scoring with 1 1 goals and 21 assists for 32 points while center Bill Seabury notched 13 goals and had 18 assists for 31 points. Juniorwingman Neil McPhee had 1 1 goals and 15 assists to finish with 26 points while senior Glenn Bo- den got 7 goals and 14 assists for 21 points. Offensively, the Seniors played a great part in the Bellmen ' s first winning season in ECAC competition. Du- pere and George Rossi, along with McPhee, composed one H K C E Y Gus Grabs Another Captain Leo Dupere Chases Puck Season ' s Record (14-10) 7 Yale University 3 2 Harvard University 4 2 Boston College 4 4 Princeton 3 7 Middlebury College 1 6 Brown University 5 1 Toronto University 6 1 Minnesota 5 6 Boston University 2 3 Boston University 2 3 Provtdence College 6 4 New Hampshire 3 13 American International 2 1 Brown University 5 4 Boston College 7 7 Colby College 2 5 Harvard University 7 3 Army 7 8 Norwich University 2 6 Bowdoin College 1 4 Colby College 3 8 Dartmouth College 3 4 Boston College 5 5 R.P.I. 4 116 92 Rossi Starts Up Ice r J - »■ v Jffia I Smm | 1 E W P wf! _. -- R.it ••. ' . ' . " ' ■ V-W i M -Af ' jT ' H- -x B i1 f ' r jr? ' Fitz and Gus Clear Puck Kevin Power Fires 192 Bone Lets One Go Against Terriers strong unit while the " B " line of Bone, Boden and DeBlois proved one of the highest scoring line contingents in Northeastern ' s hockey his- tory. The Bellmen got off to a somewhat shaky start, losing two of their first three outings to cross-town rivals Harvard and Boston College but bounced back in festive fash- ion to roll up a string of five successive triumphs - squeak- ing past Princeton 4-3 and Brown 6-5, trouncing Middle- bury 7-1 and taking two from Boston University 6-2 and 3-2. The mid-year exam break took the edge off the team as they dropped six of their next eight outings, winning over New Hampshire and Middle- bury before falling before the Eagles twice, eventual ECAC champ Providence, Harvard, Brown and Army. Glenn Boden Chases It To Boards Steve Powers Slams Away ' i fi ' « ' ■ " , 1 1 ■ McPhee Grabs Puck Off Gus ' Stick LeNormand On The Move Captain Leo Picks It Up Gus Makes Stop Against Brown That :L ' il Ole Puck Is Loose Again The Huskies last two wins, an 8-3 verdict over Dartmouth and a 5-4 upset of top-ranked R.P.I, rounded out the best season ever enjoyed by a Northeastern hockey team. The squad closed out the season with an overall record of 14-10 against Eastern major hockey competition and left a legacy for future Husky sextets to fol- low - a tradition of winning hockey accompanied by desire, sportsmanship and the will to win. And the season brought to a close the three- year career of hard-luck Leo Dupere who was kept from realizing All-American status only by a bad shuffle from lady luck in his lastseason. Leo ended up the second highest scorer in Northeast- ern ' s history behind Art Chisolm, the only North- eastern hockey player ever to receive All-Ameri- can rank. In his junior season, Leo set an all- time school signal season scoring record with a total of 67 points on 33 goals and 34 assists to beat the old mark of 65 set by Chisolm in the 1958-59 season. " Leo came into his own at the close of his sophomore year, " said Coach Jim Bell in sum- ming up Dupere ' s career, " and it was his strong determination and desire that spelled success for us the past two years. " Gus Mokes Stop Against RPI. . . JJ ' H 3 v i B ■C H B BH 001 W y A S Sr M C I K - H |r 1 gp Stick Check By LeNormand Get That Puck Out Of There. The Object of The Game As Rossi Scores. A Heavey homer against Clark. B B 198 Neil McPhee Northeastern ' s 1964 baseball squad com- bined some timely hitting with an ultra-effective pitching corps to compile the finest record in the school ' s history, and have a post-season bid to the NCAA Baseball tourney barely evade them after dropping a tight playoff series to the Uni- versity of Maine. At mid-point in the season, Coach John " Tinker " Connelly ' s charges boasted a mediocre 6-4 record but the team went on from there to finish with a flourish-winning eight straight regu- lar season contests and forcing a best-of-three play-off series with Maine for the right to repre- sent this district in the NCAA finals. Captain Jim Keating Maine won the championship by beating the Huskies 9-5 and 4-2 in both ends of a double header, and then very nearly went on to cop the National Collegiate title. So, the Northeastern nine lost the war, so to speak, but they had won ' ' - . mmtmmtsc - Ryan hits the dirt for a Husky tally. 199 Dick McPherson Lets One Go Lombard! Beats It Out. An Ump ' s Eye Viev 200 Captain Keating Starts Tour of Bases And Finishes at Home. . . 3 1 7 8 6 4 12 10 9 7 8 18 1 9 7 13 113 Season ' s Record Tufts Harvard Botes Colby Boston College M.I.T. Providence Brandeis American International Tufts Boston University Boston University Springfield Clark University Boston College Holy Cross W.P.I. Rhode Island many a battle over the course of the season. Their winning ways earned for Coach Con- nelly the distinction of being named " Coach of the Year " in New England and the team mem- bers have much to be proud of when they reflect back on the season. Senior moundsmen Dick McPherson and the Ryan twins, Fran and Fred, proved that pitching can indeed be 75 percent of winning baseball, while Captain Jim Keating, Bud Heavey, All- Boston shortstop Neil McPhee, and newcomers Norm Hoffman, Dave Coleman and Paul Lom- bardi provided the offensive punch needed to keep the Huskies on the winning track. Two on one situation: cross country style. u N The 1963-1964 edition of the Northeastern Cross Country team posted a clean slate, eight wins and no losses, its first undefeated season since 1954. The winning ways of the Husky Har- riers continued into post-season competition as they defeated the six other local colleges to be- come Greater Boston champions. The Harriers opened the season with a 24-35 win over the University of New Hamp- shire, and a week later, topped their arch rivals, the universities of Maine and Massachusetts — 27-34-41 — in a tri-meet. From this point on it was just a question of time as the Huskies ram- med through their remaining schedule with rela- tive ease. Boston College, M.I.T., Tufts, Worces- ter Polytechnical, and the University of Rhode 1 Kneeland leads the way Island were the victims of the hard-running Northeastern team. Dave Dunsky, Captain Kevin Uniake, and Mike Glynn led the Harriers attack, finishing 1-3 in four of their meets. This trio was follow- ed closely by the combination of Jack Lobban, Joe Pechinski, Tom Baird, and Phil Tupper, whose keen competitive spirit was a big factor in the undefeated season. Highlights of the season ... the 19-44 vic- tory over Boston College in which the Huskies had ten of the top twelve finishes ... Sophomore Dave Dunsky winning the individual champion- ship of Greater Boston ... Middler Joe Pechinski receiving the Northeastern NEWS ' " Most Im- proved Player " Award ... Mike Glynn receiving the Ed Shea Memorial Trophy, awarded annual- ly by the Northeastern Track Club ... the Ban- quet sponsored by the N.U. Varsity Club honor- ing the undefeated Cross Country and Football Teams. Seniors on the squad include: Captain Kevin Uniake, Phil Tupper, Denis Bogan, Edward Flow- ers, and Carmen lannucelli. This was the second year that Kevin has captained the Cross Country team, and in hi s two years he has posted a rec- ord of 14 wins and three losses. BY KEVIN UNIACKE The varsity track team completed its most successful season in Northeastern ' s history by sweeping through the indoor and outdoor cam- paigns without a loss and capping it by capturing the New England championship for the first time since 1935. The Huskies had little trouble in rolling to nine straight indoor triumphs. The well-balanced squad opened with a 66-47 win overM.l.T., and followed It by beating Tufts 84-28. Boston Uni- versity was the next victim, falling 84-28. The Huskies then clobbered Bates 80-33 and ran up a 101-12 decision over the University of New Hampshire. Boston College was defeated 80-33, and Brandeis fell before an 88-19 onslaught. Northeastern scored a 79-34 win over the Uni- versity of Massachusetts and closed out the sea- son by defeating the University of Maine 691 2-431 2. Dunsky wins again. Over with breathing room to spar There ' s only one Wollin. Northeastern ' s weight duo of Carl Wallin and Bill Corsetti completed the season without a loss and established University and Cabot Cage records in the process. Wallin tossed the shot SS ' SYz " against the University of Maine for a record, and Corsetti upped the record in the 35 lb. weight to 62 ' 2| " in winning against U. of Mass. Seniors played a big part in the Husky ' s success with Ed Flowers, Captain Phil Tupper, Kevin Uniacke, Steve Pettersen and Carmen lannucelli carrying much of the load. Outdoors, Northeastern continued to over- whelm all competition running up victories over the University of Rhode Island, University of Connecticut, Bates, Tufts, Springfield, U. of Mass., M.I.T., and Boston University. School records were set by Bill Corsetti in the hammer when he hurled the 16 lb. ball 1967 ' " against Bates; Carl Wallin in the discus with a 154 ' 2 " throw against Springfield, and sophomore Dave Post who hurled the javelin 200 ' ' 2 " in the New England ' s. Ed Flowers low- ered the University mark in the 440 to 48.4 seconds and sophomore Dave Dunsky lowered Dick Ollen ' s mile record with a 4:13.6 effort against U. of Mass. Highlight of the year came in the New Eng- lands when Northeastern edged Holy Cross for its first championship since 1935 and only the second in N.U. history. Ed Flowers, Carl Wallin and Bill Corsetti were New England champs. Flowers captured the 220-yard dash and was fifth in the 440. Wallin won the shot and placed fourth in the discus and Corsetti was hammer champ. Other New England scorers included: Ed McGlaston, who was second in the 100 and fourth in the 220; Dave Post, fourth in the jave- lin; Steve Pettersen fourth in the high hurdles; Dave Dunsky, third in the mile, and Mike Glynn, 206 Another half inch and I would hove made it. Sam Walker clears 6 ' fourth in the 880. HIGHLIGHTS: Defeating the universities of Mas- sachusetts and Maine in the final two indoor meets to complete the undefeated season ... the emergence of Ed Flowers as New England ' s top sprinter ... Dave Dunsky breaking Dick Ollen ' s University record in the mile ... Carl Wallin and Bill Corsetti scoring in the NCAA meet in Ore- gon with Corsetti placing second in the hammer and Wallin third in the shot ... sophomore Bill Kneeland being named MIP by the Northeastern NEWS ... Bill Corsetti winning the IC4-A hammer crown outdoors and placing third in the 35 lb. weight indoors ... Carl Wallin finishing second in both the indoor and outdoor IC4-A meets as well as the Penn relays ... Ed McGlaston winning the Greater Boston 100-yard dash title after sopho- more Willie Cater had annexed the indoor sprint crown ... a great year all around. M The Boys. Girl ' s Captain Kathy Morey And the Girls. rrsAf ' I 212 .k A NATIONAL SOCIETY OF SCABBARD AND BLADE DIVISION A - Front row, from left: H. W. Woodbury; R. J. Taksar; B. H. Cross; A. N. Troisi; Maj. H. L. Prevost, advisor; Moj. H. F. Mumma, advisor; G. W. Condon; P. E. Quintin; P. L. Cotting; P. J. Currul. Second row: R. M. Walsh; L. G. Larson; H. W. Hallman; A. B. Dunham; K. E. Mountain; D. J. Norris; D. M. Brown. Third row: J. T. Cahill; D. Potter; J. F. Donahue; R. F. Gaudet; M. L. dayman; J. Gaudette; W. Barry; L. Dell ' Orfano. FLIGHT TRAINING From left: A. LeGrow; D. Ryan; Moj. H. W. Brown, advisor; R. Harding; R. Foster. ■I r ' T fflL kT ? K 1 m ■■w H l rj j i ifT " ' m} c sJb bi 1 vtRSHme n FL£5 silk ■■X ljH li NORTHEASTERN i CjLuj? ; ' 1 NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PERSHING RIFLES Front row, from left: T. Lone; I. Werthein; R. Gaudet; R. Nunes; W. Brady; P. Quintin; W. Pierce. Second row: T. Makrokanis; R. Shoreman; R. Andrews; P. Dalton; J. Gollivon; H. Carson. Ttiird row, from left: P. Corey; F. Vidito. 217 DIVISION A -First row, from left: W. Franklin; R. Kowalczyk; J. Brown; P. Flowers; F. Whalen; R. Scioletti; R. Brownstein; W. Gay. Second row, from left: J. Goudette; R. Harding; S. Wall; B. Cross; Copt. C. Herb; Capt. C. Tuckerman; G. Condon; P. Devlin; K. Nucci; P. Quintin; W. Barry. Third row, from left: W. Baronas; G. Savani; L. Kelly; C. Berg; J. Cartisser; C. Andrews; M. Tolond; L. Nelson; W. Mohoney; P. Bickoff; F. McGarry; J. Demenkow. Fourth row, from left: R. Gile; T. Ramsey; W.Keaney;C. Hennesey; J. Bombard; W. Malmquist; D. Ursin; R. Fortier; J. Fitzgerald; K. Forte; R. Strong; P. Wharton; I. Stowers; B. Molleur; R. Epi; J. Holland. COUNTER GUERILLA GROUP DIVISION B— First row, from left: Stephen Giles; Leonard Allen; Frederick Gramstorff; Ronald Toksor; Capt. Tuckerman; Copt. Herb; Harry W. Hallmon; Paul Jenny; Eino Schwartz. Second row, from left: Jon Bortolemo; Charles Pate; Richard Gray; Hubert Bishop; David Potter; Dennis Christo; Leonard Larson; George Morrison; Daniel Voner; Joseph Schoake; Dennis Robinson. Third row, from left: SSgt. Tomsick; Herman Weinburg; Ronald Proctor; David Courage; Bruce Reid; Richard Carlson; Carl Young; John Solozzo; SFC Bosalet. The Northeastern Counter-Guerilla Group is designed to acquaint the ROTC cadets with the basics of counter-insurgency warfare and to edu- cate the public through demonstrations in the various skill used by the modern soldier. Train- ing consists of actual maneuvers in conventional and nonconventional tactics, extra classes in the essential tools of the soldier, and experience in leadership skills. The group trains atFortDevens six times a year. The highlight of the training is a demonstration sponsored by XII Corps, First U. S. Army. The group provides standards and spirit for the entire Northeastern ROTC Brigade. M s » aj V kJ tA I V ; ra ' ' 1 3 ■: M . . " ' i 1 (i, : i s -) 0 U.S. ARMY ROTC INSTRUCTION STAFF 1964-65 Front row, from left: J. T. Higgins; H. W. Brown; G. H, Girven, Jr.; H. F. Mumma; F. B. Smith; J. A. McCaffrey; Col. F. H. Palmblod (PMS); D. W. Morris; B. L. DiNordo; E. E. Daly; R. J. LaFlcm; H. L Prevost; C. D. Herb. Second row, from left; J. E. Dunderdale; D. J. Lone; G. S. Harrington; W. S. Tuckermon; J. K. Campbell; J. E. McKeon; W. E. Wagner; C. J. Fincher; E. C. Renzi; R. F. Kouril; J. F. Oberle; J. F. Del Colllano; J. F. Egon; J. R. Critch. Ttiird row, from left: H. P. Heim; B. R. Dowell; D. L. Jacques; Y. Higashidani; L. L. Lepicier; G. V. Farmer; H. D. Sudduth; F. P. Moloney; S. J. Tomsick; D. C. Soule; R. Bosolet; E. G. Fisher. N.R.O.T.C.B.A. Dean Ronald E. Scott Assistant Dean Donald H. MacKenzie Assistant Dean William Wallace 224 eOUEOE OF ENGINEERING CHARLES W. ADEY 65 Chatham St., Lynn Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Elliot Industries, General Electric Co., Foster Miller Assoc. DENZEL L. ANDREWS, JR. 1 8 Warner St., Groton, Conn. Mechanical Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Co- op Work Record: General Dynamics Corp., Electric Boat Div. DOUGLAS R. 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BACHANT 100 Pr ospect St., Canton Electrical M.A.R.S. 2,3 (president 3) - Co-op Work Record: Northrop Corp., North- onics Div. DAVID A. BAILEY 52 Columbia St., Brookline Mechanical S.A.M.E. 1,2-A.S.M.E. 5 - Rifle Club 1,2-R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: F. J. Linehon Jr. Associates, Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co. GILBERT E. BECKWITH Houlton Rd., Fort Fairfield, Me. Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Eraser Paper Ltd. JAMES F. BAKER 229 Woodland Rd., Westwood Civil Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engi- neering. RAYMOND J. BARANOWSKI 245 Pleasant St., E. Walpole Mechanical Theto Rfio Epsilon 3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corp. epE JOHN A. BEVERLEY 818 Main St., Melrose Electrical Radio Club 1,2 — Hus-Skiers and Out- ing Club 4,5 (secretary 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 , 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Co. STEPHEN F. BIAGIOTTI 1 08 Medford St., Medford Electrical S.A.M.E. 3,4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Doble Engineering Co., Boston Insulated Wire Cable Co., Town of Walpole. FRANKLIN D. BARCA 167 Franklin St., Braintree Mechanical Pi Tau Sigma 3,4,5 (corresponding sec- retary 4,5) —A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 (secretary 4,5) — Newman Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Naval Shipyard, Ports- mouth Naval Shipyard. CHARLES BICKOFF 34 Ormond St., Mottapan Mechanical Pi Tau Sigma 3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 (chairman 5) — Co-op Work Record: Minneapolis-Honeywell, Foxboro Co., Stone Webster Engineering Corp. DANIEL Z. BAUKS 112 No. Quinsigamond Ave., Shrewsbury Mechanical A.S.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5 -Rifle Club 1 -Sail- ing Club 2— Intramural Sports 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Riley Stoker Corp. JOSEPH R. BinO 24 Adams Ave., Everett Electrical Co-op Work Record: National Co., Inc. 227 RALPH R. BLISS Sylvan Rd., Whitinsville Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Draper Corp. ARTHUR P. BLOOD 17 Marsh Ave., Newbury Electrical Co-op Work Record: Sanders Associ- ates. RONALD P. BORGIO 35 Robindole Ter., Plontsville, Conn. Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 — Council of Profession- al Engineering Societies 5 — Co-op Co-op Work Record: Woterbury Far- ROBERT R. BORUS 3 Margerie St., Danbury, Conn. Civil N.U.C.E.S. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: City of Danbury— Engineering Div. JOEL E. BLOOM 110 Lyman Rd., Milton £ ectr co i.E.E.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record; M.I.T. Instrumentation Lob. MARTIN A. BLUESTEIN 228 Kelton St., Allston Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 (representative 3, execu- tive committee 4, president chair- man 5) — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Co. ROGER C. BOUDREAU 47 Adams St., Somerville Electrical Dean ' s List 2 - S.A.M.E. 1,2 -I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Boston Edison Co. EDWARD A. BOUGHAN 7 Regina Ter., Newton Electrical R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. JOHN A. BOCZENOWSKI, JR. 139 Thorndike St., Cambridge Electrical S.A.M.E. 3,4,5 - M.A.R.S. 4,5 (treas- urer 4) — Co-op Work Record: Day- strom, Rotek Instrument Div. THOMAS P. BRADY 15LaddHiilRd., Lynn Mechanical Dean ' s List 3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Ma- chinery Corp. DONALD L. BRANDT Fitzwilliam Depot, N.H. Chemical Dean ' s List I-A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: At- las Chemical Industries, Inc. NIC HOLAS A. CAMPAGNA, JR. 14 Eldridge Place, Westwood Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 - Newman Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T., Soils Lab. DUNCAN M. BROWN 27 Hill St., Shrewsbury Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 1, 2,3,4,5 (finance officer 4, captain 5, Outstanding Musician ' s Award 4) — Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Shrewsbury, Engi- neering Dept. RICHARD A. BRYCE 555 Hyde Park Ave., Roslindale Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 (secretary 4,5) — Sailing Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: Powers Regulator Co. KENNETH F. BURNS 38 Prospect St., Wakefield Electrical Student Union 5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: N.U., Psychology Dept. SAMUEL J. CANDIB Coulter St., Bennington, Vt. Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sprague Electric Co. PASQUALE S. CANZANO 177 Chestnut St., Lawrence Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Northeastern NEWS 3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: Oxford Paper Co. EDWARD A. CAREY 196 Pine St., Quincy Electrical I.R.E. 2,3-I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp., Ltd. JOHN J. CADIGAN 5 Nichols Rd., Hingham Electrical S.A.M.E. 1,2,3 - Council of Profession- al Engineering Societies2,3 — M.A.R.S. 4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2,3 -Co-op Work Record: Electronics Systems Inc., Hon- eywell Inc. RONALD E. CAROS 9414 DeMunda Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 - R.O.T.C. 1 - Co-op Work Record: U. S. Steel Corp., Fairless Works. GORDON M. CARPENTER North Waterboro, Me. Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5-R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Portsmouth Naval Ship- yard. RICHARD L CAVANAUGH 172 Austin St., Hyde Park Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - I.E.E.E. 5- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Picker X-Roy Corp. EDWARD J. CARROLL 995 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester £ ecfrica I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Spencer Kennedy Lab., Boston Edison Co. FRANK J. CELONA 10 Antrim St., E. Boston Electrical Co-op Work Record: Boston Naval Shipyard. JOSEPH J. CARUSO 97 Cunningham Rd., Dedham Electrical Phi Alpha Rho 2,3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 5) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (vice-president 5) — Tou Beta Pi 5 - Freshman Representative — Class Cab- inet 2 — Class Board 3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 3, president 4,5) - I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - S.A.M.E. 1 - Dance Band 2 - Co-op Work Record: MITRE Corp. JOHN B. CERVONE 1 6 Vassor St., Medford Chemical Freshman Honor List - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, 5-R.O.T,C. 1,2- Intramural Bowling 3 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. ROY W. CASE 128 Ridge Rd., Revere A iechonico A.S.M.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: U. S. Navy - Public Works Dept. DAVID B. CHENEY 15 Lindale Ave., Dedham Electrical A.I.E.E. 2 - Rifle Club 4 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2, 3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student Award) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Edison Co., M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. JAMES J. CARTER 640 Chestnut St., Lynnfield M echanical A.S.M.E. 5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1 ,2 - Yacht Club 3 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 — Co-op Work Record: Dynamics Re- search Corp. FRANCIS S. CHLUDINSKI, III 59 Child St., Hyde Park Chemical Phi Gamma Pi 3,4,5 - A.I.Ch.E. 4,5- Hus-Skiers and Outing Club3 — Sailing Team 3,4. DAVID B. CHURCH 2 Ambler Dr., Norwalk, Conn. Chemical Phi Sigma Kappa 3,4,5- I. F.C. 3,4,5 (treasurer 5) — A.I.Ch.E. 5 — Co-op Work Rec ord: American Cyanamid Co. $2K STEVEN P. COHEN 14 Ashlar Dr., Goffstown, N.H. Electrical Dean ' s List 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Silver Masque 1 — Co-op Work Record: Astronetic Re- search, Inc. MURRAY L. CLAYMAN 34 Magnos Ave., Somerville A lec ianica S.A.M.E. 4,5 -Judo Club 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4,5 (assistant pledge officer 3) — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 (commanding of- ficer 5) — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Professor of Military Science — Med- al of Merit— Co-op Work Record: Gen- eral Electric Co. STEVEN F. CLIFFORD 41 Liberty Pole Rd., Hingham Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Pace Controls Corp., Centronics Corp. ARTHUR R. COLBORNE 580 Hilltop Dr., Stratford, Conn. Mechanical R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Armstrong Rubber Co. WILUAM J. COMEAU 7 Goldsmith Ave., Beverly ov; ; N.U.C.E.S. 1,2,3,4,5 - Chess Club 1 - Ping-Pong Club 3 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Harry Feldman Surveyors, N.U., Herman G. Protze Co. JOHN W. CLOUGH Main St., Vineyard Haven Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 2,3, 4,5 — Council of Professional Engineer- ing Societies 3,4,5 — Intervarsity Chris- tian Fellowship 1 ,2,4 - Radio Club 1 - Yacht Club 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Woods Hole Oceonographiclnstitution. RAY J. COGGIN 3 Summer St., Merrimac Electrical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu 5 — I.E.E.E. 4,5- Co-op WorkRecord: Ray- theon Co., Honeywell, Inc. GREGORY W. CONDON 40 Hall Ave., Watertown Mechanical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Pi Tou Sigma 4, 5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student, Outstanding Engi- neering Cadet) — R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 1,2,3,4,5 (captain 3,4,5) - Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (captain 5) - Rifle Club 2, 3,4,5 (vice-president 3, president 4) — Co-op Work Record: Barry Wright Corp. RICHARD M. CONWAY 417 Old Colony Ave., So. Boston Civil Dean ' s List 2,4 — Civil Engineering So- ciety 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: City of Boston, Public Works Dept., Ernest Branch Inc. 231 KENNETH COOPER 33 Howard St., Auburn, N.Y. Mechanical Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (treasurer 5) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Industrial Press Award 4 — Co-op Work Record: Carrier Airconditioning Co. BELFORD E. CROSS Wolden Breezes, Concord Mechanical Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (member- ship 3, I.F.C. representative 4, guard 5) - Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - S.A.M.E. 5 - Rifle Club 1,2,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Stu- dent) — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — interfra- ternity Sports — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. BrE JOHN F. CORBETT 24 Glendale Ave., Everett Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Auto Club 1,2,3,4,5 (president 4) - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op WorkRecord: Av CO Corp., R D Div. MARTIN F. CROWE 377 Highland Ave., Maiden Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4 -Rifle Club 1,2 -Co- op Work Record: M.I.T., Physical Plant. o GEORGE COSTAS 29 Mary St., Arlington Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. THOMAS J. COUGHLIN 61 Bigelow St., Brighton Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. RICHARD E. COX 62 Parker St., So. Acton Electrical Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 -Student Union 1, 2-M.A.R.S. 3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2- Rifle Team 1,2,3,4 (varsity letter) — Co- op Work Record: G. M. Chevrolet. JOHN F. CULLATI 136 Franklin St., Milton Electrical A.I.E.E. 1,2,3 -I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Radio Club 1,2 -Co-op WorkRecord: Con- trol Equipment. ROBERT E. CULLEN 3 Richmond Pk., Woburn Electrical Dean ' s List 2 -I.E.E.E. 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Stu- dent) — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 (opera- tions 3) — Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ion Physics Corp. PETER C. DALIS 7 Bell St., Chelsea £ ecfrica I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. GEORGE F. DAMON 89 Green St., Wakefield Mechanical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Avco Corp, R D Div. T n JOSEPH G. DAVIS 61 Toxeth St., Brookline Chemical Phi Gamma Pi 3,4,5 (secretary 4,5) — A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 (representative4, pre- sident 5) - Football 1,2,3,4 (letter 2,3, 4, captain 4, Williamson Ail-American MVP, All Boston, All East, All New Eng- land, LittleAII-Americon) — Co-op Work Record: Gillette Safety Razor Co. «i rn PETER M. DANIELS 227 Summer St., Springfield, Vt. Mechanical ASME 3,4 (publicity chairman 4,5 - SAME 2,3,4 -Rifle Club 1,2- ROTC 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord Fellows Gear Shaper Co. CHARLES S. DAPSAUSKI 53 Von Roosen Rd., Newton Mechanical A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 -Council of Profes- sional Engineering Societies 4,5 — Northeastern NEWS 1,2,3,4,5 (photo editor 2,3) - CAULDRON 1,2,3,4,5 (photo editor 2,5) - Rifle Club 1 - Camera Club 2,3 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Artisan Industries, Inc., Polaroid Corp., Elliott Industries, Inc., Metcalf Eddy, Inc. GERARD A. DAUTEUIL 340 Lawrence St., Lawrence Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 (treasurer 5) - Rifle Clubl. HARVEY D. DAVIS 15 Richmond Rd., Natick Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Rifle Club 1 ,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Fenwal, Inc. ALBERT G. Del CHECCOLO 36 Woodrow Ave., Medford £ ectrica I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -S.A.M.E. 2 - Student Union 3 - Rifle Club 1 ,2,3 - Judo Club 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: NEGEA Service Corp. DANIEL T. Del GRATTA 1103 Washington St., Norwood Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 3,4 - Student Council 1 - Co- op Work Record: Notional Science Foundation Research Group. ROBERT J. DELLORFANO 236 Lexington St., E. Boston Electrical I.E.E.E, 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Elec- tronics Systems, Inc. RALPH C. DELORIE 49 Boinbridge St., Maiden Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 - BULLDOZER 4,5 — Young Democrats 2 — Class Cabinet 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: MacDonald McKinnon Structural Engineers, Nov- el Iron Works. ROBERT J. DeMARTINO 57 Read St., Winthrop Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5- R.O.I. C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Electronics Systems, Inc. SEBOUH DER-OHANESSIAN 34 Grant St., Lexington Mechanical Pi Tou Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 5 - Folk Dance Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Roberge McGrath Consult- ing Engineers. FRANCIS A. DEMERS 25 Grove St., Mechanicsville, N.Y. Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op WorkRecord: International Paper Co. RICHARD J. Di MUCCIO 68 Howland Ave., Kingston, N.Y. Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co., I.B.M. Corp., Sprague Electric Co., Singer Co., Em- pire Devices Div. ARCHIBALD J. DEMONE 20 Sentinel St., Stoughton £ ecfr co Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 (section representative) -Student Union 3 - Rifle Club 3 - Judo Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: MITRE Corp. ITALO J. DeSANTIS 56 E. Main St., Milford Elecfricol Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Lib- erty Mutual Research Center. ELBERT O. DERICK High Bank Rd., So. Dennis Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Ra- dio Corp. of America. PAUL W. DONAHUE 33 Jefferson St., Taunton Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counfer Guerilla Group 3 — Co-op Work Record: Firestone Tire Rubber Co. JOSEPH K. DeROSA 31 Harold St., Medford Electrical Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5- Student Union 3 - Rifle Club 1 - Judo Team 4 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., Raytheon Co. JOHN J. DOWD 40 School St., Salem Electrical Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Chess Club 1 ,2 — Co-op WorkRecord; Boston Naval Shipyard. DENNIS C. DRISCOLL 32Glenville Ave., Allston Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 (pre- sident 4)-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Perini Corp. ROY S. EGDALL 10 Washington Pl ., Newtonville Mechanical Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 2, 3,4,5 — Band 1 ,2 — Thermodynamics Club 4,5 - Auto Club 3,4,5 - Hillel 2, 3 — Commonwealth of Moss. Scholar- ship—Co-op Work Record: Sanders Associates AEn DANIEL F. DUNN, JR. 12 Winnegonce Ave., Peabody Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -A.F.C.E.A. 1,2,3 (sec- retary 3) - Rifle Club 2 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. ROY C. ELSWICK, Jr. 88 Three Acre Rd., Groton, Conn. A lechonico Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 (recording sec- retary 5)— Freshman Honor List- Dean ' s List 2,3-Pi Tou Sigma-A.S.M.E. 4, 5— Interfraternity Sports 4,5— Co-op Work Record: U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Lob. $AP RICHARD A. EASLER 150 Pine Crest Rd., Manchester, N.H. Civil Freshman Honor List— Dean ' s List 2,3 - Civil Honor Society 4,5 - N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4) — Co-op Work Record: State of N.H., Dept. of Public Works Highways, Fay, Spofford Thorndike, Inc. LAWRENCE W. EMERY 21 Liberty St., Wilmington Electrical R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Rotek Instrument Co. RICHARD J. EDRY 171 Smith St., Waltham Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Ski Club 1,2,3 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Naval Shipyard. CRAIG W. EDWARDS 178 Mystic Valley Pkwy., Win- chester Mechar)ical A.S.M.E. 5 — Co-op WorkRecord: Avco Corp., R D Div. MARSHALL I. EPSTEIN 9 lola St., Boston Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4 - Eta Kappa Nu - Co- op Work Record: M.I.T. Aerophysics Lab., General Instruments, Inc. ROBERT G. ERICKSON, JR. Tihonet Rd., Woreham Electrical Co-op Work Record: Cope Vineyard Electric Co. FRANCIS W. ESCOTT 8 Liberty Ave., Medford Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Holtzer-Cabot Co. ARMANDO FEDERICO 7 Firth Rd., Roslindale £ ecfr ' ca Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., Re- search Lab. FRANK V. ESPOSITO 327 Hyde PorkAve., Jamaica Plain Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp., Billerico Research Center. ELICK FEINBERG 10 Fessenden St., Mottopan Industrial R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -A.I. I.E. 2,3,4,5- Joint Engineering Council 3 — Hillel (counselorship 2,3,4,5) - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Amory Foundry and Machine Shop, E. W. Branch Sur- veyers, Columbia Packing Co., Stop Shop Inc., Davidson Fan Co. GEORGE I. FARR 24 Sharon St., W. Medford Electrical Co-op Work Record; Avco Corp. KENNETH L. FEARING 35 Lawrence Ave., Avon, Conn. Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2 -Co- op Work Record: Ensign-Bickford Co., Sylvania Electric Products Inc. BARRY J. FELDMAN 7 Courtney Rd., W. Roxbury Industrial A. I. I.E. 3,4,5 (publicity chairman 5) — Rifle Club 1 -Co-op WorkRecord: Col- umbia Packing Co. RALPH E. FERGUSON, JR. 71 4 Lowell St., Lynnfield Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Auto Club 3,4,5 - Co-op WorkRecord: U. S. Steel Corp. DAVID G. FECin 145 Pinckney St., Boston Electrical Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. BRUCE T. FERRIS 44 Apthorp St., Wollaston Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 (annual report chair- man 5) -Rifle Club 1,2 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Yacht Club 1,2,3,4,5 (Racing Team captain 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Geological Survey Co. ALFRED A. FILIPPINI 51 Wall St., Bridgewater Electrical Dean ' s List — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. T HOMAS A. FOLGER 503 Fellsway East, Maiden Civil Beta Gamma Epsilon 3,4,5 — N.U.C.E.S. 2,3 — Section Representa- tive 1 -Rifle Club 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Town of Swampscott. BFE JOHN R. FINN 1 1 Sagamore Ave., Medford Industrial A.S.C.E. 2 -A.I. I.E. 3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 5) - S.A.M.E. 2,3 - Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: United States Steel Co. WILLIAM T. FORBES 16 Riverside Dr., Dedfiam Civil N.U.C.E.S. 3,4 -Co-op Work Record: Norwood Engineering. JOHN W. FINN, JR. 2 So. Whitney St., Roxbury Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Track 1 -Co-op Work Record: Western Electric Co., Inc. EDWIN J. FLAGG, JR. R.F.D. No. 198A Buffalo Rd., Warren, R.I. Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Firestone Co. JAMES M. FORMAN 56 Brighton Ave., Allston Electrical Hillel 3,4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - Social Sci- ence Club — International Student As- sociation - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Sailing Club -Co-op Work Record: N.U. Elec- trical Engineering Dept. AEn STEVEN E. FORMAN 65 Highland St., Revere Mechanical Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (pledgemaster 4, president 5, Richard M. Horwitz Me- morial Scholarship 4) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Tau Beta Pi 3,4,5 (Rand Award 3) - Pi Tau Sigma3,4,5 (Ferretti Award) - PhiKap- pa Phi 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 - Student Council 4,5 — Intramural Sports — In- terfrafernity Sports 3,4,5 — President ' s Award 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: City of Boston - Dept. of Public Works, General Electric Co., Gillette Safety Razor Co. AEO GERARD B. FLANDERS 1 88 Mason Ter., Brookline Mechanical A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Foot- ball 1 —Intramural Basketball 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: The Gamewell Co., Metal Bellows Corp., Mitron Corp. RICHARD M. FOSTER 400 Davis Rd., Bedford Mechanical A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4,5) - Co- op Work Record: Jerguson Gage Valve Co., Foster-Miller Associates. DAVID J. FRIER 58 B St., Lynn Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - Hockey 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. JOSEPH A. FRUCIANO 20 Doble Ave., Medford Electrical A.I.E.E. (section representative 3) — Student Union2,3-RifleClubl -Judo Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: North- eastern University, Electronics Re- search Projects, Mass. General Hospi- tal, Physics Research Labs. RAYMOND J. GALLANT 14BassettSt., Chelsea A4echon ca Baseball 2 - Co-op Work Record: Dif- fraction Ltd. Inc. JOHN T. GANLEY 238 Elm St., Everett Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Gregstrom Corp., Avco Corp. FRED M. GAGNON 1 10 Elm St., Framinghom Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 1 ,2, 3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - RANDOM NOISE 4,5 (editor 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: Westinghouse Electric Corp. JAMES W. GARDEN 1 1 Dowse St., Everett £ ecfr ca Co-op Work Record: Daystrom, Rotek Instrument Div. RICHARD J. GALANTE 98 E. Wyoming Ave., Melrose Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Air Force Cambridge Research Lab. JAMES M. GALLAGHER 410 Brown PI., New HydePk.,N.Y. Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -intramural Sports 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Radio Corp. of America. CHARLES A. GARNIEWICZ 26 Fenno St., Chelsea Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5-S.A.M.E. 1,2 -Student Union 2,3,4,5 (cabinet member) — Folk Dance Society 2,3,4,5 - Masqueraders 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Ports- mouth Navy Yard. STEVEN GELLER 50 Winston Rd., Dorchester Electrical S.A.M.E. 4,5 -Hillel 3,4,5 -RifleClub 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvonia Electric Products Inc. 238 RICHARD A. GIBERTI }48 Willow Ave., Somerville Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4 -Student Union 1,2,3, 4 — Folk Dance Society 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. WILLIAM M. GOODHUE 86 W. Lincoln Place, Freeport,L.I., N.Y. £ ecfrico . I.E.E.E. 4,5-R.O.T.C. Band 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Poll Corp., Con- Edison Test Dept. DAVID T. GILL 103 Lynn St., Everett Civil Beta Gamma Epsilon — Civil Engineer- ing Honor Society — N.U.C.E.S. 3,4 — Rifle Club 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Everett M. Brooks Co. BFE DAVID J. GILLESPIE 41 John St., Maiden Electrical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - International Relations Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Adams Russell Co. ELWOOD W. GOODWIN 36 Freeman St., Wollaston Industrial A.I. I.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Mystic Valley Gas Co. RICHARD W. GRIFFITH Great Neck Rd., Warehom Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: The Sippicon Corp., Francis Associates. GEORGE H. GOLDMAN 53 Fottler Rd., Mattapan Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5- A.I. E.E. 2-I.R.E.2- I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Class Representative 2 -RANDOM NOISE 1,2,3 - Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Holtzer Cabot Corp. EDWARD S. GONSALVES 339 Moraine St., Marshfield Mechanical Co-op Work Record: U. S. Steel Corp. ALBERT J. GRUBIS 824 Washington St., Dorchester Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. JUAN F. GUTIERREZ 1297 Dogwood Ave., Morgantown W. Vc. Chemical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 -Tau Beta Pi 4,5 (treasurer 5) — Chemical Engineering Honor Society - A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5- Newman Club 2,3 (university affairs officer 3| - Co-op Work Record: Dewey and Almy Chemical Co., Ionics Inc. 239 THOMAS W. GLYNN 241 EverrettSt., Allston Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 5 - Sailing Club 4,5 — intramural Basket- ball 3,4 -Co-op Work Record: GPS Analog Computer Engineering. FRANK G. GRIMALDI 18 Summit Rd., Medford Mechanical Phi Sigma Kappa 3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; AvcoCorp., R D Div. 2K DAVID L. GOLDBERG 1 17 Lawton Ave., Lynn Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — Eta Kappa Nu 3,4,5 - Hillel 3,4-RAN- DOMNOISE- Chess Club - Para- chute Club — Bridge Club — Underwa- ter Society — Intramural Sports — Co- op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. RICHARD J. GUZZETTI 10 Kimball Rd., Watertown Industrial A.I. I.E. 3,4,5 - S.A.M. 5 - Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electronic Products Inc. PETER H. GORDON 232 Winchester St., Brookline £ ectrica I.R.E. 1 ,2,3 - I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Hillel 2,3,4, 5 -Yacht Club 1,2,3,4,5- Auto Club 3,4 - Hus-Skiers 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 ,2 - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Freshman Football 1 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instru- mentation Lab. HANS G. HAIMBERGER 3 Bradford Rd., Peabody Mechanical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4 - Pi Tau Sigma 4 — Co-op Work Record: J. W. Greer Co. JOHN R. GREEN 7 Canesso St., Randolph Electrical I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 -Newman Club 2,3- Underwater Society 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Para- chute Club 2,3,4,5 -Judo Club 5- Hus-Skiers 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,4 - Football 1 - Co-op Work Record: Radio Corp. of America. JOHN R. HARBAGE 101 Quincy House, Cambridge Civil Co-op Work Record: City of Waltham, Engineering Dept. ii FRED J. GREEN BERG 21 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton Electrical I.E.E.E. 5 - Rifle Club 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Alloyd Electronics Corp., Spencer-Kennedy Laboratories, Inc. DAVID J. HARRIS 254 Quincy Ave., Quincy Mechanical A.S.M.E. 2,5 - Band 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Pneumatic Scale Corp., Worthington Corp.,Mason-Neil- on Div. 240 JEFFREY L. HEALEY 471 Main St., Amesbury Mechanical Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 (grand chancel- lor 4,5) - A.S.M.E. 2,5 - Co-op Work Record: Bailey Company, Inc., M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. NEZ JON ALLAN HJELM 1 Pratt Rd., Worcester Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 - Co-op Work Record: Crompton and Knowles Corp. JAN H. HELBERS Ross Court, Milton, N.J. Electrical R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Picatinny Arsenal. JEROME C. HOLLAND 33 Butler St., Revere £ ecfr col I. E.E.E. 5 — Co-op Work Record: James Millen Mfg. Co. MICHAEL F. HENRY 146 Federal St., Salem Mechanical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Tou Beta Pi 3,4,5 (president 5) - Pi Tou Sigma 3,4,5 - A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 (chairman 4,5) — Student Council 2,3 — Rifle Club 1 -Co-op WorkRecord; U.S. Navy DPWO., General Electric Co., M.I.T. Instrumentation Lob. DAVID F. HOOLEY 31 Freeman St., Quincy Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Intra- mural Bowling 3 — Co-op WorkRecord: Ludlow Corp. DONALD H. HIBBARD 211 Hawley Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. A lechanico Co-op Work Record; Carrier Air Con- ditioning Co. ROBERT E. HICKS 30 Mechanic St., Foxboro Mechanical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 (president 5) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: The Foxboro Co. MITCHELL J. HORNE 100 W. 57th St., N.Y.C., N.Y. Industrial A. I. I.E. — Freshman Section represent- ative 1 —Student Union 2,3 — Hus- Skiers 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Co. ARTHUR E. HOUSMAN R.F.D. 1, Box 244, Andover, N.J. Civil Beta Gamma Epsilon - N.U.C.E.S. 4, 5 - Co-op Work Record: N.J. Dept. of Public Works. BFE L. BREWSTER HOWARD, JR. 36 Druids Lane, W. Springfield Mechanical Beta Gamma Epsilon (treasurer 5) — A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 (treasurer 4) — Co-op Work Record: H. B. Smith Co., Texon Inc. BFE STEPHEN F. JACKSON 224 Plain Dr., E. Hartford, Conn. Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - A.F.C.E.A. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: United Aircraft Corp. ROBERT P. HOWARD, JR. 25 Pearl St., Everett Civil Co-op Work Record: David Oilier Co. GEORGE F. HUGHES 1 17 Gallivan Blvd., Dorchester Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Outstanding Middler Cadet) - Co-op Work Record: Edgerton, Germeshaus- en Grier, Inc. JOHN G. JACOBS 31 Kilgore Ave., Medford Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 - Co-op Work Record: Baird Atomic, Avco Corp. JAMES J. JANTOS 108 Russett Rd., W. Roxbury Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 ■ Eta Kappa Nu 5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5. EDWARD B. HYLAND Box 163, High St., N. Attleboro Electrical Rifle Club 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Co., Orange Rockland Utilities, Inc., Exeter and Hampton Electric Co., Concord Electric Co. ALVIN R. HYMAN 55 West St., W. Quincy Industrial A.I.I.E. 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4) - Student Union 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Columbia Packing Co. EDWARD T. JARETT 59 Lambert Ave., Formingdale, N.Y. Electrical Dean ' s List 2 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. CRAIG E. JENNINGS 250 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Control Equipment Corp. 242 MANUEL E. JOAQUIM 7 Roosvelt Towers, Cambridge Chemical Student Union 1 ,2,3 - Rifle Club 1 ,2,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Track 1 ,2,3 - Cross Country 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. NORMAN S. JOHN 38 Union Pk., Boston Electrical Dean ' s List - I.E.E.E. 4,5 - R.O.T.C, 1, 2,3,4,5 (Military Achievement Award) — Co-op Work Record: Fitchburg Gas Light, Orange Rockland Utilities, Concord Electric Co. ERIC ROBE JOHNSON 172 Chestnut St., Randolph Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Sylvonia Electric Products Co. JAMES G. JULIEN 6 Pratt Ave., Waltham Mechanical Dean ' s List — Pi Tou Sigma 4,5 (secre- tary 5) -A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 (program chairman 4,5) - Auto Club 3,4 - Rifle Club 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: New England Instrument Co., Avco Corp., R D Div. VEIDINS JURIS 13 Revere St., Jamaica Plain £ ecfn ' ca I.E.E.E. 4,5 - Northrop Corp. RAMUNAS A. KALVAITIS 402 E. Seventh St., S. Boston Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Etc Kappa Nu 5 — I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Ferro-Tec. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 51 Newtonville Ave., Newton £ ecfrica Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Eta Kappa Nu — I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 (section representative 4) - Co-op Work Record: N.U., Elec- tronics Research Program. ROBERT J. JORDAN 252 Douglas Ave., Providence, R.I. Electrical Rifle Club 3,4,5 - Radio Club 1,2- Co-op Work Record: U.S. Navy Under- water Ordnance Station. JOHN A. KANE 8 Cherry St., Medford Industrial A. I. I.E. 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 3, vice chair- man 5) — Co-op Work Record: Colum- bia Packing Co. WILUAM P. KARAVATOS 36-260 Jefferson Pk., Cambridge Electrical Zeto Gamma Tau 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2, 3,4,5 (battalion commander 5) — Per- shing Rifles 1,2,3,4 (pledge officer 3, commanding officer 4)— Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (finance officer 4, com- manding officer 5) — Professor of Mili- tary Science Award — A. F.C.E. A. Gold Honor Award — Co-op Work Record: Oilgear Co., Servocontrol Div. zrx JON D. KATIN 35073 Avenue F, Yucapa, Cal. Electrical I.E.E.E. 5 -Rifle Club 1,2,3 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Scabbard and Blade4 (sup- ply officer 5) — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Steel Corp., Radio Corp. of Amer- JOSEPH E. KOEHLER 98 St. Rose St., Jamaica Plain Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Gillette Safety Razor Co. GEORGE S. KATSARAKES 55 Locust St., Lynn Industrial Alpha Pi Mu (president 4,5) - A.I. I.E. 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 2,3, president 4,5) — Class Cabinet 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Electric Co. THANE S. KRIEGEL 24 Henderson St., Arlington Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: U.S. Army Ordnance Corps., M.I.T. In- strumentation Lab. ROBERT S. KERR, JR. 179 Forest St., Reading Civil Society of Civil Engineering 2,3,4,5 — BULLDOZER 4 - Co-op Work Record: Perini Corp. GARY W. KUHRUFF 4620 Atlantic Ave., Walworth, N.Y. Mechanical Pi Tou Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Carrier Air Condi- tioning Co. HOWARD W. KLEMMER 125W. 38thSt., Reiffton, Pa. Industrial Alpha Pi Mu — A.I. I.E. 5 — Engineer Joint Council 5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3, 4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvonia Electric Products Inc. EDWARD J. LACEY 568 Fulton St., Medford Civil Dean ' s List 3,4 — Civil Engineering So- ciety 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Fay, Spofford Thorndike, Inc. JAMES J. KNOli 57 Phillips St., Wollaston Electrical I.E.E.E. 3 - MARS 3,4,5 - Choral Soci- ety 1 — Co-op Work Record: Pace Con- trols Corp., Contronlcs, Inc. ROBERT E. LADD 1 1 Sunnyside PL, Belmont ov;; Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2-S.A.M.E. 2 - Co-op Work Record: Rowland H. Barnes Co. CONSTANTINE B. LAGOS 116 St. Stephen St., Boston Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 -Student Union 1-I.R.E. 3,4- I.E.E.E. 5 - Scholarship: Richard H. Luf- kin Fund — Co-op Work Record: Gen- eral Purpose Simulator Instrument Inc. GERALD LATORRACA 18 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain £ ectr col I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Baseball 1 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. PAUL F. LATOUR 3 Montrose St., Worcester Electrical MARS 1,2,3 (secretary 3)- A.F.C.E.A. 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: General Motors Corp., Chevrolet Mo- tor Div. PAUL O. LAWTON 1 1 Evans Rd., Marbleheod Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2- Sailing Team 2,3,4,5 (captain 2,3,4) — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. ' ' iil% HOWARD ALAN LEAFE 1691 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Industrial Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4,5 - A.I.I. E.3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Barnstead Still Sterilizer Co., William Underv oodCo., Gregstrom Corp. AEn GEORGE H. LENTZ 60 Margin St., Peabody Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi - Eta Kappa Nu (treasurer 5) - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - A.F.C.E.A. 3,4 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Solid State Products. HENRY P. LEONARD 40 Nobby Lane, W. Yarmouth Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5-P.M.S. Medal of Merit 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Counter Guer- rilla Group 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 - Co- op Work Record: Woods HoleOceano- grophic Institute. CHARLES I. LEVINE 77 Hollywood Ave., Albany, N.Y. Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5- A.S.M.E. 1 - Student Union 1 ,2,3 - Hillel 1 ,2,3,4,5 (vice-pre- sident 1 ,2,3, president 4, chaplain 5) — Sigma Phi Beta 4,5 (chapl ain 5) — Co- op Work Record: Singer Manufactur- ing Co., Empire Devices Div., Metrics Div. GEORGE A. LEACH 96 Watts St., Chelsea Electrical S.A.M.E. 4,5 -I.E.E.E. 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Intramural Basketball — Co-op Work Record: Rotek Instrument Corp. ROBERT LEVINE 151 Dartmouth St., Lowell Electrical I.E.E.E. 2 - MARS 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Rotek Instrument Corp. 245 JOSEPH F. LIBUDA 153 Everett St., Southbridge Civil Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 [sec- retary 5) — R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 — Intramural Basketball 2,3 — Co-op Work Record; Vollmer Associates. GERALD M. LOCKE 43 Cricket Lane, W. Roxbury Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Camp, Dresser McKee. ALEXANDER R. LINCOLN 222 South St., Hingham Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Ernest W. Branch Inc. JOHN D. LINCOLN, III 106 Gainsboro St., Boston A lechanica Class Board 4 — A.S.M.E. 5 — Christian Science Organization 2,3,4,5 (presi- dent 3,5) — Auto Club 5 — Track 1 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumen- tation Lab. ALLEN R. LOCKWOOD 14 Joseph St., Terryville, Conn. Chemical Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (secretary 5)-A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2- Interfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Firestone Tire Rubber Co. BFE JOHN A. LOMBARDI 16 Empire Ave., Brockton Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 3,4 - Eta Kappa Nu 3,4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Foxboro Co. RICHARD P. LINDSAY 207 Broad St., Marlboro Mechanical Tau Beta Pi (vice-president 4,5) — Pi Tau Sigma — Phi Kappa Phi (honorary vice-president 4,5) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Herald Machine Co. LEONARD A. USS 71 Wildwood St., Mottapan Civil Class Board (ex-offlcio 2, secretary 3) — Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 (committee chairman 3,4, president5) — Hus-Skiers 1,2 — Chapel Choir 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: City of Newton— Dept. of En- gineering, City of Cambridge— Dept. of Traffic. STEVEN L. LUDMERER 65-05 Alderton St., Forest Hills, N.Y. Chemical Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (house man- ager 4)-A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 -Joint En- gineering Council 5 — Hillel 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Frederick S. Ba- con Labs., Avco Corp. AEn EDWARD LUM 21 Monadnock St., Boston Electrical I.E.E.E. 2,5 -Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hospital, Logan Elec- tronics Co. 246 WILLIAM R. LUTHERN 138 Lake St., Arlington tndustrial Dean ' s List 4 — A. I. I.E. 3,4,5 (treasurer 4) - S.A.M. 5 - Co-op Work Record: Mystic Valley Gas Co. Ttyfy mM MICHAEL J. MADIGAN 38 Corcoran Kp., Cambridge Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record; H. F. Bryant, City of Boston, Bay State Engineering. THOMAS MacDONALD 344 Rock Island Rd., Quincy £ ecfn ' co Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Edgerton, Germeshousen Grier. MANUEL MACEDO 31 South St., Taunton Electrical Co-op Work Record: Taunton Munici- pal Lighting. JUSTIN L. MAGEE 203 Pemberton St., Cambridge Electrical I.E.E.E. 5 - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Hayden, Hard- ing Buchanan, Inc. JOHN P. MAHER 45 Richmond Ave., Pittsfield Electrical Co-op Work Record: Sprogue Electric Co. JOSEPH H. MacKAY 823 Broadway, Everett Civil A.S.C.E. 3 - S.A.M.E. 4,5 - Rifle Club 1,3 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Stoneham— Dept. of Public Works. BRIAN T. MacLEAN 172Whitwell St., Quincy Electrical Hockey 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Pace Controls Corp., Contronics Inc. GEORGE JOSEPH MAKOSIEJ 89 Sterling St., Clinton Mechanical Alpha Kappa Sigma 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Foster-Grant Co. AK2 PAUL A. MANCINI 140 Webster St., Arlington Chemical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - A.I.Ch.E. 4,5 (rep- resentative 4, chairman 5) — Council of Professional Engineering Societies 4,5 (chairman 5) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Elliott Business Machines, Inc. PETER D. MANCINl n SladeSt., Belmont Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 1,2,3,4,5 -S.A.M.E. 3,4,5- Co-op Work Record: Compo Co., Arti- san Industries. DONALD MAXWELL 14 Autumn St., Boston Chemical Co-op Work Record: Bird Son inc. ROBERT J. MARCKINI 38 Lynnway, Revere Chemical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - Nu Chi Epsilon 4,5 -A.I.Ch.E. 1,2,3,4,5 -S.A.M.E. 2,3,4, 5 -Radio Club 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1,2 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Sumner Williams Inc., Cambridge Ther- mionics Corp. MARIO MARTI NELLO 24 Orange St., Everett Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5-Ja7z Club - Intramural Basketball 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Raytheon Co. JOSEPH F. MAZANEC Adomsville Rd., Griswoldville Mechanical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E.4,5 - Kew- dall Co. Scholarship — Co-op WorkRec- ord: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. JOHN R. McLaughlin 37 Osborne St., Medford Electrical Freshman Honor List — I.E.E.E. 5 — S.A.M.E. 1,2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4, presi- dent 5) -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Coop Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. ALBERT B. MARTONE 606 Maple Ave., Barrington, R.I. Chemical Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Freshman Honor List -A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Class Board 2,3, 4 (vice-president 2, presidents, treas- urer 4) — Senior Week — Husky Key 2 — Husky Hi-Liters 3,4,5 — Men ' s Resi- dence (president 1) — Rifle Club 1 — R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - N .R.O.T.C.B.A. 1 ,2 - In- terfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Prod- ucts, Inc. ' BA SEYMOUR MATULSKY 70 Westland Ave., Boston Chemical Dean ' s List 2,3 — Chemical Engineer- ing Honor Society — A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. ROBERT c. McCarthy 19 Barbara Rd., Danvers Electrical I.E.E.E. 5 - Co-op Work Record: Tri- moc Engineering Inc. JOHN B. McSHANE 6 Holiday Rd., Holbrook Mechanical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4, 5 -Pi Tau Sigma 4,5 - A.S.M.E. 5- Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5 (membership chairman 2,3, vice-president 4) — Rifle Club 1 - S.A.M.E. 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 , 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: U. S. Steel Corp., Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Dynatech Corp. CARROLL E, MESERVE 33 Quincy St., Abington Civil Dean ' s List 3,4 — Civil Engineering Honor Society -4,5 (treasurer 5) — Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — Student Union 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Lor- ing H. Jacobs, Town of Stoughton, Green Engineering Affiliates, Inc. CLARENCE E. MILLS, JR. 84 Wetherbee Rd., Waltham £ ecfr co Co-op Work Record: Rayttieon Co. JOSEPH S. MICHALSKI 57 Pearl St., Everett Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 - S.A.M.E. 1,2- R.O.T.C. 1 , 2 -intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5- Co-op Work Record: Microwave Asso- ciates, Inc. CORNELIUS J. MINIHANE 49 Garrison Ave., Somerville Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Insulated Wire Cable. DENNIS S. MILEWSKI 32 Michel Ave., Formingdale, N.Y. Chemical Gamma Pfii Kappa 3,4,5 — A. I.Ch.E. — Co-op Work Record: Petrocarb, Inc. r i)K FRANCIS X. MOLLOY 9 Casco St., Quincy Electrical Dean ' s List 3,4 -I.E.E.E. 5 - Radio Club 1,2,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Raytheon Co. PAUL N. MILLER 89 Silver St., Randolph Electrical Rifle Club 1- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Di An Controls, Inc. FRANK N. MORRISSEY 355 Central St., Foxboro Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. RANDALL A. MILLER 107 Chute Rd., Dedham Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5 -Track Team 1,2,3,4 (MJ.P. Award 1962) -Rifle Club 2- Co-op Work Record: Gillette Safety Razor Co., Stedfast Rubber Co. LAURENCE E. MURCH 20 Odell Ave., Beverly Mechanical Beta Gamma Epsilon 3,4,5— A.S.M.E. 4,5 — Judo Club 1 — Intramural Basket- ball — Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Ma- chinery Corp. BFE DENNIS J. MURPHY 100 Glen St., Whitman Electrical Dean ' s List 4,5-I.R.E. 2,3 (class rep- resentative 2,3) - I.E.E.E. 4,5 (class representative 4,5) — Rifle Club 2,3 — Newman Club 1 ,2 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co- op Work Record: Raytheon Co., Fox- boro Co. JOHN L. NAJARIAN 170 Reed St., Rockland Civil Freshman Honor List— Dean ' s List 4,5 — Civil Engineering Honor Society 4,5 — Civil Engineering Society 4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 4 — Intramural Basketball 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Metcalf Eddy. ROMEYN D. MURPHY 1 156 Commonwealth Ave., Allston Industrial A.I.I. E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Al- lied Container Corp. OLEV NAKS 107 Myrtle St., Brockton Mechanical R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Intramural Basketball 1 , 2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: E. L, Le- Baron Foundry Co. RICHARD P. MURRAY 2 Shepard Rd., Brointree ov;; Phi Gamma Pi 2,3,4,5 — Civil Engineer- ing Society 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Town of Weymouth Engineering Div. w ALFRED M. NARDIZZI 74 Cherry St., Maiden Electrical Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (recording secretary 5) — Intramural Bowling 2 — Judo Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. GERALD JACK NACAMULI ANTHONY J. NASTASI 130 Sutherland Rd., Brighton 72 Gardner St., Boston Chemical Chemical K A.I.Ch.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chemical Co. A.I.Ch.E. 5-S.A.M.E. 3 - R.O.T.C. 1, 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Com- wli " monwealth of Mass., Dept. of Public Works. WILLIAM NADLER 33 Florence Ave., Revere Mechanical Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumen tation Lab. WILLIAM O NICHOLS, JR. 6 Bellevista Rd., Brighton Industrial Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers 3 — Folk Music Society 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Perkins Engineering, Pace Controls Inc., Metcalf Eddy Co., Charles T. Main Inc. BERND NIEMANN 103 Saxon Ave., Bay Shore, N.Y. Chemical Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (vice- president 5) — Freshman Honor List — A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co- op Work Record: E. I. du Pont de Ne- mours Co. BFE ALBERT W. OLSON 21A Pigeon Hill St., Rockport Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Borden Chemical Co., Sylvania Electric Products. ROBERT P. NORD 94 Auckland St., Dorchester Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. KENNETH S. O ' BRIEN 62 St. Rose St., Jamaica Plain Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Eugene Engineering Co. Inc., Allcraft Manufacturing Co. Inc. WILLIAM D. O ' NEIL, JR. 1388 Central St., Stoughton Electrical Dean ' s List 4,5 -I.E.E.E. 5 - Dance Band 1,2 -Judo Club 4 - MARS 1 - R.O.T.C. 1,2- N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 2- Co-op Work Record; N.U., Electronics Research Project. WALTER F. ORDWAY 1 29 Anthony St., Manchester, N.H. Electrical MARS 1,2,3 (vice-president 2, presi- dent 3) — Co-op Work Record: Astro- netic Research. WILLIAM F. O ' DONNELL 33 Burnham St., Somerville Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Abbott Engineering. ROBERT E. O ' KEEFE 6 Sherman Sq., Charlestown Chemical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Nu Chi Epsilon 5 (charter member) - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, 5 — Intramural Basketball 2 - Intramu- ral Bovvling 3 — A.I.Ch.E. Scholarship Award — Co-op Work Record: Ameri- can Sugar Co. WILLIAM J. PALMIERI 28 Freeman St., Wollaston Civil Civil Engineering Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 -Hus-Skiers 2 -Football 1 — Co-op Work Record: Town of Wol- pole. Engineering Dept. ARTHUR E. PARROTT 414 Adams St., Milton tr)dustrial A.I.I. E. 2,3,4,5 (president 5) - Rifle Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Ports- mouth Naval Shipyard. RICHARD C. PATCH 75 Summer St., Saugus Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. DAVID W. PORTA 190 South St., Hingham £ ecfr ca Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2 — Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (president 5) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 (corresponding secretary 5) - I.E.E.E. 1 ,5 - Sailing Club 3,4,5 - Radio Club 2,3 — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Cohu Electronics, Massa Div. STEPHEN HARALD PEHERSEN 14 Gwinnett St., Hyde Pork Electrical I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - Track 1,2,3,4 - Rifle Club 1 -Co-op Work Record: Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co. PETER L PREVITO 129 Bowdoin St., Medford Electrical R.O.T.C. 1,2-lntermural Basketball 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Avco Corp. NATHAN D. PHILLIPS 18 Keeler Dr., Albany, N.Y. £ ectrico Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 (chairman4,5) - Ran- dom Noise 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Empire Devices, Rand Corp., Singer- Metrics, Avco Corp. WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS 211 Park Dr., Boston Civil Civil Engineering Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Abbott Engineering Inc. G. DANIEL PUTNAM 1027 Main St., Reading Chemical A.I.Ch.E. — Section Representative 1 — Bond 2,3,4,5 - Intramural Basketball 2, 3 — Co-op Work Record: Atlas Chemi- cal Industries Inc. LEONARD S. REMALY 234 Barton Rd., Greenfield Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5-S.A.M.E. 4,5-R.O.T.C. 1-5-R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 1, 2,3,4,5- Counter Guerrilla Group 3,4,5— Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 (freshman rifle team)— Co-op Work Record: Borden Chemical Co., Texan Inc. RICHARD S. PONICHTERA 341 EarleSt., New Bedford Civil Civil Engineering Society 2,3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3- Football 1 - Co-op Work Record: Everett M. Brooks Co. SAMUEL W. RICH 1215 Blue Hill Ave., Mottopan Chemical Tau Beta Pi 4-Nu Chi Epsilon 4- National Science Foundation Research Grant -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - D.M.S. 4, 5-S.A.M.E. 4,5 -A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5- Class Cabinet 1 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. 252 ALBERT E. RICHARDSON 56-R Newcomb St., Quincy Mechanical Dean ' s List 4 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - Under- water Society 3 — Co-op Work Record: Northrop Nortronics, JAMES A. ROBERTS 28-A Porter St., Stoughton £ ectrico Dean ' s List 2 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Portsmouth Naval Ship- yard. DANIEL P. RIORDAN 348 Norfolk St., Dorchester Electrical Phi Beta Alpha 4,5 - Yacht Club 3,4,5 — Chorus 4,5 — Hus-Skiers 1,2 — R.O.T.C. 1,2- Freshman Football - Football 2 - Intramural Basketball 3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. ROBERT J. RIOUX 614SladeSt., Fall River Civil Gamma Phi Kappa 2,3,4,5 (secretary 3, vice-president 4, alumni secretary 5) — Civil Engineering Society 1,2,3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record; Barnes En- gineering Co. r K DAVID FRANCIS RIVERS 83 Brattle St., Arlington Mechanical Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. ARNOLD H. ROSENBERG 76 Brandeis Rd., Newton Ctr. Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Quartermaster Research En- gineering Labs., Reliable Silver Inc. WILLIAM S. ROSENTHAL 792 Chestnut St., Newton Chemical Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 (president 4, chaplain 5) -A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - I. F.C. 2.3 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Golf 4 - Intramu- ral Bowling 4 — Interfraternity Sports 3.4 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. TE RONALD P. ROVEDA Mill St., Dover Plains, N.Y. Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Husky Key 1 ,2 - Co- op Work Record: General Motors Corp. RALPH A. RIZZO 38 Falcon St., Boston Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2- Intra- mural Bowling 3 — Co-op WorkRecord: Masury-Young Co. WILLIAM L ROWE 1 8 James St., Beverly Mechanical A.S.M.E. 5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Per- shing Rifles 1,2-S.A.M.E. 4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Boston Naval Ship- yard. CARL M. RUSSO 24 Elm St., Haverhill Electrical R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5-Pershing Rlfles- I.E.E.E.-Rifle Club-Co-op Work Re cord: Raytheon Co. JOHN S. SARNO 28 Taylor St., Maiden Civil Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Civil Engineering Society 3,4,5 (president 5) — JointEngineering Coun- cil 3,4,5 (secretary-treasurer 4) — A.S.C.E. 2,3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Fay, Spofford Thorndike Inc. PETER A. RUSSO 91 Round Lake Ave., Mechanics- ville, N.Y. Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 (representative 3,4) — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 2 — Intramural Baseball 2 -Co-op WorkRecord: Gen- eral Railway Sigman Co. DOUGLAS W. SAAL 80 Central Ave., Maiden ov;; Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - N.U.C.E.S. 3,4,5 (vice-president 5) — Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — A.S.C.E. 2,3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- S.A.M.E. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: City of Cambridge, Dept. of Traffic Parking. ANTHONY R. SAVINA 92 Day St., Norwood Electrical Co-op Work Record: Pickard Burns. EDWARD A. SAWYER 9 Commonwealth Pk., Wellesley Electrical I.E.E.E. 4,5 -Chorus 1,2,3,4,5 (secre- tary 2,3, president 4,5) — Silver Masque 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Chapel Choir 1,2, 3,4,5 (president 4) — Intramural Tennis 4,5 -Intramural Basketball 2,3,4,5- Co-op Work Record: New England Power Co. THOMAS A. SACCO 38 Sixth St., Medford Industrial A. I. I.E. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: New England Electric System, Gas Div. EDWARD J. SAMPSON nZMenloSt., Brockton Electrical Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. NORMAN J. SCALLY 76 Main St., Boylston Civil Civil Engineering Society 4,5 — A.F.C.E.A. 1 -Varsity Track 3 -Co-op Work Record: Commonwealth of Mass., Dept. of Public Health. BRADFORD P. SCHAAF 847 Pearl St., Brockton Industrial Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Alpha Pi Mu 5 - A.I.I.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electronic Sys- tems. 254 KENNETH R. SCHLIPHACK 18 King St, Rockville, Conn, Mechanical S.A.M.E. 3,4 - Hus-Skiers 3,4 - R.O.T.C. 1, -2,3,4,5- Pershing Rifles 2- Co-op Work Record: Warren M. Pike Assoc, Inc. El NO A. SCHWARTZ 437 Mechanic St, Fitchburg Industrial A.I.E.E. 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Counter Guerrilla Group 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Sim- monds Saw Steel Co. GERALD W. SEARS 198 Brattle St, Holden Industrial Class Cabinet - A.I.E.E. - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Norton Co. JOHN SEIDEN R.D. Box 341, Jackson, N.J. Chemical Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 - A.I. Ch.E. 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 - Silver Masque 1,2,3 - Husky Key 2,3 — Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: United States Army Electronic R D Lab., American Blltrite Rubber Co. MARTIN H. SEMLER 6 lola St., Dorchester Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Union Twist Drill Corp. DAVID J. SHAW 2 Wilmot St., Glen Falls, N.Y. Industrial Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Alpha Pi Mu4,5 - Phi Kappa Phi 5 - A.I. I.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: International Paper Co. CARL A. SEGERSTROM 2 Maple Rd., Winchester Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5 - S.A.M.E 4,5 -Chris- tian Fellowship (treasurer) — Co-op Work Record; Masury-Young Co. FRANK P. SEIBERT, JR. 87 Main St., Terryville, Conn. Mechanical A.S.M.E, 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Waterbury Farrel Foundry Co., Worthington Corp. EDWARD P. SHEA 30 Murray St, Waltham Electrical Dean ' s List 4 - Radio Club 1,2 -Rifle Club 1 — Camera Club 3 (vice-presi- dent 3) -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: General Electronics Labs. CHARLES J. SHEEHAN 49 Apthorp St., Quincy Chemical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 5) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Ludlow Co. STEPHEN R. SHERMAN 1434 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan Electrical Silver Masque 2,3,4,5 - Radio Club 1 -Pershing Rifles 1,2-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products Inc. JOHN R. SLIVOVSKY 166 Park Ave., Torrington, Conn. Mechanical Dean ' s List 4,5 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerrilla Group 3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: General Dynamics Co., Electric Boat Div. ANTHONY J. SHUMAN 21 Russell St., Brookline Industrial Tau Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (property com- mittee chairman 3)— A. (.I.E. 3,4,5— Student Union 1,2,3 — Interfraternity Sports 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Man- ton-Goulin Manufacturing Co. Inc. TE$ JULIAN J. SLUSKONIS 68 Hobson St., Saugus Electrical Beta Gamma Epsilon — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 5 — Co-op Work Record: Andrew Al- ford Consulting Engineers. BFE MICHAEL B. SILEVITCH 106 Deering Rd., Boston Electrical Dean ' s List 4 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 - I.E.E.E. 2,5 - Radio Club 1,2,3,4,5 -Folk Dancing Club 2 - Hillel 3 - Co-op Work Record: Ray- theon Co. BEVERLY M. SMITH 245 Elm St., No. Reading Industrial Society of Women Engineers 2,3,4,5 — A. I. I.E. 2,3,4,5 — Joint Engineering Council 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: City of Cambridge, Traffic Dept. HERBERT W. SILVERMAN 2761 Gateway St., No. Bellmore, N.Y. Electrical Co-op Work Record: Radio Corp. of America. VINCENT A. SNIEGOSKI 17 Houghton St., Lynn Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Newman Club 2,3 -Rifle Club 1 -Intramural Basketball 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Borden Chemical Co., Felton and Son Inc. DAVID N. SKINNER 108-R Highland Ave., Somerville Mechanical Co-op Work Record: Boston Precision Parts Co. JAMES R. SODERMAN 31 Barthel Ave., Gardner Electrical Freshman Honor List - I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 (section representative 2,3,4,5) — Co- op Work Record: Di An Controls Inc. ROGER D. SOUCY 98 Farrington Ave., Waterbury, Conn. Mechanical Dean ' s List 3,4 — Pi Tau Sigma 5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Mil- itary Student 4) — Co-op Work Record: Torrington Co. PAUL M. STEVENSON 32 Hemingway St., Winchester Civil N.U.C.E.S. - Rifle Club I - R.O.T.C. 1, 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Boston Naval Shipyard. ANGELO SOUSA 205 College Ave., Somerville £ ectr cal Co-op Work Record; Avco Corp., R D. BARBARA A. STONE 123ChittickRd., Hyde Park £ ectrico Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 (middler rep- resentative 3) — Society of Women En- gineers 1,2,3,4,5 (publicity chairman 1)-I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Christian Fellow- ship 2,3,4,5 (publicity chairman 2, vice- president 3) — Chapel Choir 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Sylvania Electron- ic Systems. RICHARD E. STEGEMAN 871 Ostrom Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Mechonical Co-op Work Record; Mitron Research and Development. JOHN J. STEVENS, JR. 641 Beech St., Manchester, N.H. Chemical Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 -A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5- Co-op Work Record: Sanders Associ- ates, Cabot Corp. KENNETH E. STORY, JR. 18 Thistle St., Lynn Electrical Co-op Work Record: Metcom Inc. .V) GERARD A. STRONG 470 Clift St., Central Islip, N.Y. Electrical I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Republic Aviation Co. JOSEPH E. STEVENS 92 Elm St., Charlestown Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Naval Shipyard. JOHN M. SULLIVAN 20 Kendall St., No. Quincy £ ectrica I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 (vice-chairman 5) — Joint Engineers Council 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; GPS Instrument Co. ROBERT F. SWEENEY Boylston St., Boston Electrical I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Notional Security Agency, M.I.T. ALAN D. TASKER 72 Belmont St., Reading Electrical Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Radio Club 3,4,5 - I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Sanders Associates, inc. JOHN SYLWANOWICZ 120 Bridge St., Salem Industrial I.E.E.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Co.lnc.,Sylvania Electric Co. NORMAN J. TOBEY 1 10 Vance St., New Britain, Conn. Electrical Dean ' s List 3,4 - I.E.E.E. 5 - Hillel 3 - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 (Marksman- ship Medal) — Co-op Work Record: The Bristol Co. MICHAEL L. SZEKULA P. O. Box 154, Rockawoy, N.J. Electrical Yacht Club 1,2,3,4,5 (treasurers) - Ra- dio Club 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Picatinny Arsenal. CALVIN G. TRACY 44 Old Forms Rd., Simsbury, Conn. Mechanical Dean ' s List 3 -A.I. I.E. 2,3,4,5- A.S.M.E. 5 — Joint Engineering Council 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: Chas. T. Main, Inc. RONALD J. TAKSAR 26 Oliver St., Hartford, Conn. Civil Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Civil Engineering Honor Society 4,5 - A.S.C.E. 2,3,4,5 (president 4) - S.A.M.E. 3,4,5 (vice- president 4, Gold Medal Award) — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (brigade command- er 5, Distinguished Military Student, Superior Cadet Award) — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Scabbard and Blade 4,5 (Scholarship Award 4) — R.O.T.C. Academic Achievement Award 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. Scholarship Award 2,5 — Co-op Work Record: State of Conn. — Highway Dept. EDWARD J. TAMMY 75 Bonney St., Brockton Chemical Phi Gamma Pi - A.I. Ch.E. - Intramu- ral Basketball — Co-op Work Record: Fall River Gas Co. FREDERICK F. TRIPP 86 Pond Plain Rd., Westwood Chemical A.i.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 -Football 2,3,4 (All Boston 3,4) — Co-op Work Record: Lud- low Corp. MARY E. UNTZ 207 Blue Hills Pkwy., Milton Chemical Theto Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (social chairman 4, all university chairman 5) — Joint Engineering Council 4 — Society of Wo- men Engineers 1,2,3,4,5 (publicity chairman 2, vice-president 4) — A.i.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 (secretory-treasurer 3) — Newman Club 5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 (social chairman 3) — Class Board 3,4 (secretary 3,4) — ClassCabi- net 5 — Senior Week Committee — Wo- men ' s Basketball Team 1 — Trustees ' s Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. esT NORMAN W. VAIL Lincoln St., Norwell Chemical Alpha Kappa Sigmo 3,4,5 - A.I. Ch.E. 3,4,5 - Intramural Basketball 1 ,2 - Co- op Work Record: Tileston and Hollings- worth Co., Bryant Chemical Corp., American Biltrite Rubber Co. AK2 HERMAN R. WEINBERG 176 Fairmount St., Dorchester Civil N.U.C.E.S. 3,4,5 (secretary 5) - S.A.M.E. 3,4,5 (president 5) - Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Service, Baker, Wibberly, Upham Assoc. FRANK L. VILKAS 94 Capen St., Dorchester Civil N.U.C.E.S. 3,4,5 - Co-op WorkRecord: Boston Navy Yard. RICHARD E. WEINER 436 Central Ave., Milton Electrical Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Brockton Edison Co. RICHARD E. WALLACE 536 St. Marks Ave., Westfield, N.J. Electrical Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (treas- urer 4, president 5) - Dean ' s List 2,3,4, 5 - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Silver Masque 1, 2,3,4 (studio theater production man- ager 3) — Co-op Work Record: Radio Corp. of America. BFE WILLIAM E. WEIR 40 Elinor Rd., So. Weymouth Mechanical A.S.M.E. 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: E. L. LeBaron Foundry Co. EDMUND J. WARD 1314 E. Main Rd., Portsmouth, R.I. Electrical Student Council 4,5 — Class Board 4 (ex-officio) - Northeastern NEWS 3,4, 5 (assistant sports editor 4,5) — Co-op Work Record: U.S. Naval Underwater Ordnance Station. EDWARD S. WARD ISCIiff Rd., Saugus Industrial A.I. I.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Sylvania Electric Products. ELUOT WEISMAN 40 Claflin Rd., Brookline Chemical Tau Beta Pi 4,5 — Chemical Engineer- ing Honor Society (presi dent 5) — A.I.Ch.E. 3,4,5 -S.A.M.E. 3,4,5- N.S.F. Research Grant 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Dept. of Public Health, Div. of Sanitary Engineering. DON G. WEST 62 Dalton Rd., Belmont Electrical Rifle Club 1 - Co-op WorkRecord: The Doble Engineering Co. THOMAS M. WHITE 82 Sagamore Ave., Chelsea Gv;; Dean ' s List 3 — Civil Engineering Hon- or Society 4,5- N.U.C.E.S. 2,3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Naval Shipyard. DAVID E. WINNARD lODSt., Cranston, R.I. Electrical Underwater Society 1— Co-op Work Record: Cornell Dubelier Electric Co., New England Telephone Telegraph Co. KENNETH A. WHITEACRE 1426 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 4) - S.A.M.E. 3,4,5 (vice-president5) - Rifle Club 1,2-R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. cn .- DAVID K. WOLFE 646 Walk Hill St., Boston Electrical Radio Club 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3) - Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center. JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS 241 Harvard St., Wollaston Chemical Beta Gamma Epsilon — A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, 5 (secretary-treasurer 3) — Co-op Work Record: Stone Webster, Union Paste Co., Cabot Corp. BFE ALBERT P. WONG 3 Canal Rd., Hong Kong, China Civil N.U.C.E.S. - Co-op Work Record: Sou- za True Consulting Engineers. JOHN L. WILLS 234 Chouncy St., Mansfield Electrical I.E.E.E. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. ANDREW M. WOOD 255 Goddard Ave., Brookline Mechanical Co-op Work Record: Barry Controls Inc., Avco Corp. DONALD R. WILT P. O. Box 386, Round Lake, N.Y. Mechanical Freshman Honor List — Pi Tau Sigma 4, 5-Tau Beta Pi 4,5-A.S.M.E. 4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2-Co-op Work Record: In- ternational Paper Co. ARTHUR A. WOODS, JR. 87 Grand View Ave., Wollaston A lec ion col Pi Tou Sigma 5 - A.S.M.E. 4,5 - New- man Club 2,3,4,5 -Auto Club 2,3,4- R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Lockheed Missiles Space Co. 260 HENRY L. WRIGHT Topstield Rd., Ipswich Mechanical A.S.M.E. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: United Shoe Machinery Corp. ALAN C. YOUNG 73 Bank St., Brockton Chemical A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4,5 - Intramural Sports 2, 3 - Co-op Work Record: U. S. Army Natick Labs. KLAUS G. WUHKE Orlando St., Lincoln Pk., Kingston, N.Y. Chemical Beta Gamma Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (house chairman 3, treasurer 4, president 5) — Chemical Engineering Honor Society 5 (council member 5) — A.I.Ch.E. 2,3, 4,5 — Underwater Society 2,3,4,5 (co- chairman 3) — Interfroternity Sports — Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Co. BFE PAUL M. ZARELLA 189 Sylvia St., Arlington Electrical Freshman Representative 1 — Co-op Work Record: Picker X-Ray Corp., Hay- den, Harding Buchanan Co. ROBERT E. WYAH 53 Silver St., Quincy Electrical Beta Gamma Epsilon 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List -Dean ' s Ust 2,3,4,5 - Eta Kappa Nu 4,5 (corresponding secre- tary 5) - Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 — Intramural Basketboll 2,3,4,5 — Inter- fraternity Sports 4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Andrew Alford Consulting Engi- neers. BPE THOMAS J. ZAZULAK 406 W. Broadway, So. Boston Electrical I.R.E. 2,3-I.E.E.E. 4,5 (secretary 3) - Camera Club 2,3,4,5 (secretary 3, pre- sident 4,5) -Jazz Club 1 -Rifle Club 1,2 -R.O.T.C. 1,2. JOHN M. BAKER 53 Fairfield St., Needham Civil N.U.C.E.S. 2 -Auto Club 4 - Co-op Work Record: Town of Needham, Eng. Dept. ALLAN H. BERGER 39 Tennis Rd., Mattopan Civil Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (executive board 4, vice-president 5) — Civil En- gineering Society 4,5 — A. I. I.E. 3,4 — Husky Key 1 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Sintered Metals, Inc., Simpson, Gumperte Heger, Inc. AEn ROBERT H. BOCZAC 27 Stevens Ave., Plymouth Industrial Tau Beta Pi 4,5 - Alpha Pi Mu 4,5 (vice-president and treasurer 5) — A. I. I.E. 3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Acushnet Process Co. VICTOR N. DeCARIO 76 Quint Ave., Allston Civil Gamma Phi Kappa 2,3,4,5 (social chair- man 2, pledgemaster 2, vice-president 3, treasurer 4) - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Pershina Rifles 1. WILLIAM M. DONAHUE 1 16 Dewert Ave., Taunton Electrical Co-op WorkRecord: Taunton Municipal Building. KENNETH A. JOHNSON 43 Mill St., Natick Civil Civil Engineering Society 3,4,5 (co- chairman 4,5) — Co-op Work Record: MacCorthy Engineering. PETER A. MAINVILLE 9 Heard St., Auburn Civil KENNETH M. ROWE R.F.D. No. 2, Greene, Me. Industrial A.I.I. E. 2,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Stove Co. NURTAN A. ESMEN 55 Queensberry St., Boston Mechanical Freshman Honor List— Dean ' s List - Pi Tau Sigma -A.S.M.E. 2,3,4,5 (pub- licity 4,5) - Co-op Work Record. Harvard. ABRAHAM O. KLATSKIN 92 Porter St., Maiden Mechanical JAMES J. NOLAN, JR. 26 Cozenove St., Boston Civil N.U.C.E.S. 3,4,5 - Co-op WorkRecord: Metcalf Eddy. 261 Dean Roger S. Hamilton Assistant Dean Carlo E. Gubellino 262 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ANDREW L ALA 92 Alder St., Waltham Industrial Re lations Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3 — S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: New- ton Savings Bank. KARL V. ANDERSON 69 Linnea Ave., Brockton Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Hus-Skiers 5 — Outing Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: United Steel Mould Co., Stop Shop, Inc. ERNEST B. ALBERGHENE 161 High St., N. Billerica Manogemenf S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 4, treas- urer 5)-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5-lntramural Basketball— Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. STEPHEN B. ASNES 57 Putnam St., Quincy Marketing and Advertising Tau Epsilon Phi 3,4,5 - Dean ' s List 3 - Advertising Club 5 — Class Board 4,5 (ex-officio 4, vice-president 5) — Senior Committee (chairman) — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4,5 — Interfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Lechmere Sales. TE JOHN P. ALCOCK 20 Cutter St., Belmont Industrial Relations S.A.M. 4,5 - Underwater Society 1 ,2,3, 4,5 (secretary-treasurer3,4,5) — Co-op Work Record: Star Markets Inc. STEVEN H. ASSARIAN 248 E. Boylston St., Watertown Finance and Insurance R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Pershing Rifles 1 ,2 - Co- op Work Record: Putnam Fund Dis- tributors. FRANCIS V. ALLA, JR. 1 Reservoir St., Woylond Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — UnderwaterSo- ciety 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3,4) — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Computer Control Co., Inc. LEONARD S. ALLEN 59 Greenwood Ave., Swompscott Monagement S.A.M. 4,5 -Yacht Club 4 - Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co., Thorn McAn Shoe Co. CHARLES H. BALDWIN 76 New St., Seymour, Conn. Monogement Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,4, 5 -Accounting Society 1,2,3 -S.A.M. 4,5 — Jazz Society 1 ,2 — Pegasus Poet- ry Society 3 — Young Republicans 4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Brigade Com- mander 5, Distinguished Military Stu- dent, Outstanding Junior Signal Cadet Award and Scholarship, Superior Cadet Achievement Award) — Counter Gue- rilla Group 3 — Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Relief Printing Corp., Notional Life Insurance Co. of Vermont, Howard K. Holloday General Agency. EDWARD BALIS 446 W. Sixth St., So. Boston Accounting Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton-Taunton Gas Co. CHRISTINE A. BAKIRAKIS 8 Waverly St., Everett Industrial Relations Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 (special events chairman 2) - N.U. WRITER 3 - Co-op Work Record: John HancockMutual Life Insurance Co. DAVID F. BARTON 34 Florence St., Andover A lorketing and Advertising Kappa Sigma — American Marketing Association 5 — Advertising Club 5 — Intramural Basketball 2,3,4,5 — Foot- ball 2 — Co-op Work Record: Gorton ' s of Gloucester. ALLAN BANKS 65 Bellevue St., Lowell Marketing Marketing Club 5 — Advertising Club 5 — Co-op Work Record; Star Markets Inc. THOMAS E. BATTLES 190 Corleton St., Lav rence Industrial Relations R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Es- sex Savings Bank. EARNEST R. BARRASSO 568 Main St., Medford Finance and Insurance Finance Club 5 - Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life insurance Co., The Lumbermen ' s Mutual Fire In- surance Co. MATTHEW J. BELLIA 15 Portland St., Lawrence Management S.A.M. 5 - A.F.C.E.A. 3 - Co-op Work Record: Thomas E. Sears, Inc., Essex Savings Bank. WILBUR F. BARRY, JR. 579B Union Ave., Frominghom Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Basketball 2,3,4 — Football 2 — Representative 1. Sen- ior Week Committee 5 — Co-op Work Record: Branch Motor Express Co. HOWARD B. BERMAN 88 Fuller St., Brookline Finance and Insurance Dean ' s List 2 — Iota Sigma — American Finance Association 3,4,5 — Investment Society 3,4,5 — Accounting Society 1,2 -Rifle Club 1,2,3 -Underwater Soci- ety 2,3,4,5 - Intramural Basketball 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: D S Corp., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. " «•» ROBERT L. BARTHOLOMEW, JR. 54 Columbia St., Swompscott Accounting Freshman Honor List-Accounting So- ciety 1,2,3 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Co-op Work Record: Lynn Hospi- tal. KENNETH A. BERMAN 138 So. Main St., Middleboro Manogemenf S.A.M. 5 - Co-op Work Record; Knapp Shoe Mfg. Co., Bay State Aluminum Co., Inc., E. L. LeBaron Foundry Co. 265 NICHOLAS C. BILLOWS 67 Quinn Rd., Lynn Marketing Dean ' s List 4 - Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Pershing Rifles 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Jor- dan Marsh Co., Do More Office Fur- niture Co. RICHARD T. BOND 134 Brookside Ave., Brockton Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers 1,3 -Rifle Club 1 -Co-op Work Record: Cape and Vineyard Elec- tric Co., Employers ' Groupof Insurance Co ' s. ROBERT H. BISSONNEHE 33 Montview Rd., Chelmsford Marketing Advertising Society 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: W. T. Grant Co. STEPHEN W. BLAKE 156 Locust St., Winthrop Finance and Insurance Co-op Work Record: Colonial Cabot Corp., Eaton Howard. Fund, JOSEPH W. BONNER 23 Whitman Rd., Medford Accounting Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 Accounting Soci- ety 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Win- chester Hospital, Ernst Ernst. IRA R. BOURNE 41 Touroine Ave., Hull Finance and Insurance Alpha Epsilon Pi— American Finance Association 4,5-Hillel 2,3,5-Student Union 1,2 -HILLELITE- Rifle Club 1 - Class President 4,5 — Senior Week Committee 5 - Co-op Work Record: Melville Shoe Corp., New EnglandMu- tual Life Insurance Co., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Aloe Div., Brunswick Corp. AEn ROBERT S. BLEAKNEY 4 Westwood Rd., Natick Finance ond Insurance American Finance Association 5 — Co- op Work Record: Colonial Distributors, Inc., Framingham Savings Bank. SIDNEY D. BLOOM 27 Mora St., Dorchester Accounting Tau Epsilon Phi 3,4,5 (bursar 4) - Dean ' s List 3 - Rifle Club 1 ,2 - Student Union 1,2,3 — Accounting Society 1,2, 3,4,5 (treasurer 4) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - In- terfraternity Sports 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Intra- mural Basketball 4 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- ance Co., Jordan Marsh Co., Universal Food Systems, Inc. ROBERT C. BRADLEY 207 Hartford St., Westwood Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Intramural Basketball 1,2 -Co- op Work Record: Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Employers Liability Assurance Co. NELSON F. BRAMER, JR. 20 Queensberry St., Boston Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4 - Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 3) - Rifle Team 1,2,3(280 club member) — Co-op Work Record: Arthur Anderson Co., Herbert F. French Co., Federal Milk Market. 266 FRANCIS P. BROLL, JR. 1 2 Furnace Ave., Quincy Finance and Insurance Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Iota Sigma 2,3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Putnam Fund Distributors, United Investment Coun- sel. DONALD A. BURCH 120 Beechwood Dr., New Britain, Conn. Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 3,4,5 (secretary 4) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. JAMES R. BROWN 83 Josti Gray Rd., Rockland Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4, 5 — Investm ent Society (treasurer 4) — American Finance Association — Intra- mural Basketball 1,2 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Eaton Howard Inc. GEORGE W. BROWNING 17 Woodside Dr., Greenwich, Conn. A lonogemenf S.A.M. 2,3 - S.A.M.E. 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Pitney Bowes Corp. RAYMOND T. BURGARELLA 33 Carina Rd., North Haven, Conn. Management S.A.M. 4,5 -Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 (executive board 4, Freshman Award of Merit, Fourth Year Pin, Senior Award) - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Bradlee ' s, Kemper Insurance Co. JANET M. BUSBY 16 Lincoln Circle, Andover Marketing Kappa Theta Xi 3,4 (I.S.C. representa- tive 4) — American Marketing Associa- tion 3,4,5 (secretary 4) — Husky Key 2, 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 4, re- cording secretary 5) — Husky Hi-Liters 3,4 (secretary 5) — Girls ' Dorm 1,2,3 (vice-president 2,3) — Girls ' Basketball Team 1 ,2 — Co-op Work Record: Jor- dan Marsh Co. Kes JOSEPH M. BRUNO 62 Gladstone St., E. Boston Marketing and Advertising Marketing Club 5 - Football 1,2,3,4- Trock 1 — Co-op Work Record: Saxon Paper Corp. of New England. SHELDON BUCKMAN 5 Norfolk Ter., Dorchester Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Rifle Club (treasurer 2, secretary 3, vice-presi- dent 4, president 5) — Rifle Team 2,3,4, 5 (co-coptoin 4,5) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Morse Shoe Co., Inc. JAMES T. CAHILL 97 Rosseter St., Dorchester Accounting R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3,4 (operations officer 3, executive officer 4) - Scabbard Blade 4,5 (mil- itary ball chairman 5) — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co. JOHN J. CALLAGHAN, JR. 164 Common St., Belmont Manogement Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 (pledgemaster 4, vice-president 5) — Dean ' s List 2,3 — S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3) - Newman Club 3,4,5 — Husky Hi-Liters 4,5 -Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5 (treasurer 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Computer Control Co., Inc. 267 FRANCIS H. CALNAN, JR. 1056 Cambridge St., Cambridge Accounting Phi Gamma Pi 3,4,5 (treasurer 4) — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 (secretary 4)-R.O.T.C. 1,2- Intramural Sports — Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Weil Pearson Co., Federal Milk Market Adm. cE rn RAY G. CANADA 501 Crooks Ave., Clifton, N.J. Marketing and Advertising Phi Gamma Pi 1,2,3,4,5 (historian 2, I.F.C. representative 3, purchasing agent 3, house manager 4,5) —Ameri- can Marketing Society 4,5 — Advertis- ing Club 4,5 (vice-presidents) — Foot- ball 1,2,3,4 (freshman captain 1) — In- trafraternity Sports 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson, Al- fred Politz Research Inc. GERARD CERRATO 54 Spring St., Somerville Industrial Relations Co-op Work Record: American Hard- ware Mutual Insurance Co., Warren Brothers Roads Co. THOMAS I. CHEW 153 Myrtle St., Brockton Finance and insurance Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Iota Sigma 3,4,5 (treasurer 4) — Co-op Work Record; Plymouth-Home National Bank. RICHARD B. CARNES 17 Maine Ter., Somerville Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 2,4 -R.O.T.C. 1,2. ROBERT V. CASSIDY Jonas Rd. RFD No. 1, Nabnosset Monogemenf Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co. MICHAEL J. CICORIA 5 Audrea Rd., Frominghom Accounting Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 (treasurer 4,5) — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 3, vice-president 4) - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Grant W. Sharrow, Inc. NEZ EDWARD S. COHEN 1 30 Lancaster Ter., Brookline Accounting Tou Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 (scribe 3, vice- chancellor 4) — Accounting Society 1 ,2, 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Interfra- ternity Sports — Co-op Work Record: B.U., TE M. THOMAS CASSINA 56 Rich Lane, Bristol, Conn, Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Employers Group of Insurance Co ' s. MARTIN B. COHEN 522 Cross St., Maiden Management S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 -Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Kemper Insurance Co., N.U. JAMES V. COLLINS 34 Claymoss Rd., Brighton Marketing American Marketing Association 2,3,4, 5 (treasurer 5) — Advertising Club 2, 3,4,5 _ Northeastern NEWS 4 - Cam- era Club 1,2 -Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: State Street Bank and Trust Co., Belle Mode Footwear, Inc., Lumberman ' s Insurance Co., N.U., Na- tional Student Agency, Helio Aircraft Co. ROBERT F. COMEAU 15 Wall St., Everett Marketing and Advertising Nu Epsilon Zeta 4,5. NEZ EARL P. CONDON 41 Whiton Ave., Hingham Management S.A.M. 1,2,3,4 -Class Board (vice- president 1, president 2, treasurers) — Rifle Club 1,2-R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. RONALD J. CONDON 26 Northdale Rd., W. Roxbury Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Leo Wasserman Co. RICHARD F. CORMIER 15 Taunton Ave., Mattapan Industrial Relations Theta Rho Epsilon - Co-op Work Rec- ord: James O. Welch Co. 0PE FRANK J. CORRENTI 585 Lynn St., Maiden Marketing Dean ' s List 3 — American Marketing As- sociation 3,4,5 — Advertising Society 3, 4,5 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Rifle Club 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Intramu- ral Basketball 3 — Co-op Work Record: H. F. Livermore Co. PETER L COTTING 352 Beacon St., Boston Management Husky Key 3,4,5 - Student Union 1,2, 3,4,5 -Rifle Club 1,2,4 - R.O.T.C. 1, 2,3,4,5 (PMS ' s Medal of Merit, Dis- tinguished Military Student, Outstand- ing Freshman Award, Outstanding Sophomore Award) — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4 -Scabbard Blade 3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Nichols and Co., Inc. CHARLES E. COUTURE 17 Edmunds St., Cambridge Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Haskins Sells, Arthur D. Lit- tle Co. GEORGE J. CONNOLLY, JR. 240 Summer St., Weymouth Management S.A.M. 3,4,5 (general activities chair- man 3,4, executive vice-president 5) — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Crosby Valve Gage Co. LEATRICE D. CRIVELLO 40 Brunswick Rd., Arlington Management S.A.M. 3,4,5 (secretary 3,4,5) - New- man Club 3,4,5 — Marketing Club 4 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co. 269 THOMAS J. CUMMINGS 919 Wilcoxson Ave., Stratford, Conn. Accounting Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 2,3, 4,5 — Husky Key 5 — Newman Club 1 — S.A.M.E. 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2-lnterfrater- nity Sports 1,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Hoskin Sells, Inc. BRIAN K. DALEY 16 Electric Ave., Somerville Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Woven Hose Co., A. W. Chesterton Co. JAMES G. CROSBY 10 Webb St., Donvers Monagemenf Dean ' s List 2,3 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 3 — Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Star Mar- kets, Inc. EDWARD S. DARIAN 42 Templeton St., Boston Finance and Insurance R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Eaton Howard, Inc. ALAN J. CUNNINGHAM 461 Eastern Ave., Lynn Management R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Motion Picture. DONALD K. DARRACQ 64 HurlcroftRd., Milton Industrial Relations Football 1 ,2,3 - Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 - Co- op Work Record: N.U. ROBERT W. CUZNER 173 Marrett Rd., Lexington Marketing Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 — Beta Gamma Sigma 5 — American Marketing Association 4,5 (vice-presi- dent 5) - Art Club 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Canter- bury Club 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student, Medal of Merit) — Mock Award — Co-op Work Record: Thomson Thomson. FRANCIS JOSEPH DAILEY 97 Robbins Rd., Arlington Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 5 — Co- op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Mutual Casualty Co., American Policyholders ' insurance Co. DOUGLAS C. DAVIS 252 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington Management Accounting Society — Football 1 — Co- op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co. FREDERICK J. DEAN 122 Union St., Everett Finance and Insurance R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Alfred I, Shatswell Co. PATRICK A. DeFRONZO 1 9 BartlettSt., Melrose Management R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3 (operations officer 3) — Co-op Work Record: State Street Bank Trust Co. GERALD A. DONOVAN 19 Palmyra St., Wintfirop A lar(ceting and Advertising Co-op Work Record: American Mutual Liability Inc., Ford Motor Co. RONALD W. DEMERJIAN 17 W. Boylston St., Watertown Finance and Insurance American Finance Society 4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Dewey Almy, New England Insur- ance Rating Assoc. PAUL L DEVLIN 1 Boardman St., Salem A onagement R.O.T.C. 5 — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Micro- wave Associates Inc. ROBERT G. DOUGLASS, JR. 141 E. Elm Ave., Quincy Monogemenf Zeta Gamma Tau — Baseball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Wollaston Federal Sav- ings Loan Assoc, Ford Motor Co. zrx WILLIAM C. DOWDELL 15 Lovers Lane, Medway Marketing American Marketing Association 5 — Basketball Intramural 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsti Co. WILLIAM V. DIGREZIO 280 Crescent Ave., Revere Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 3 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: American Biltrite Rub- ber Co. EDWIN H. DRESCHER, JR. 9 Stedman St., Chelmsford Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 -S.A.M. 3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Co- op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. FRANCIS R. DONOHUE 22Claflin Rd., Brookline Marketing Marketing and Advertising Society 5 - Co-op Work Record: Gilchrist Co. ROBERT I. DROKER 26 Starbird St., Maiden Monagement S.A.M. 5 - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2, 3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5- MARS (treasurer 1,2,3,4, presidents) — Co-op Work Record: Radio Shack Corp. ALAN R. DUNHAM 29 Rockford St., Brockton Management Bond 1,2,3,4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Scabbard and Blade 4,5 - N.R.O.T.C- B.A. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Em- ployers Group of Insurance Go ' s. DENNIS J. ERICKSON Reservoir, Gardner Monagemenf Phi Gamma Pi 2,3,4,5 (president 5) Dean ' s List — Student Council 2— In- terfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5— Co-op Work Record: Simonds Saw Steel Co. JAMES F. DUNLEAVY 1 1 Roberts Rd., Cambridge Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 — Intramural Basketball - Co-op Work Record: Home Savings Bank. JOHN E. EAMES 1 15 Burlington St., Lexington Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-opWork Record: Lexington Savings Bank, Har- ris, Kerr, Forster Co. FERDINAND L. EVEN Woodland Rd., Southboro Management Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. ROBERT A. EVERTON 13 Dexter St., No. Attleboro Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Foxboro Co. DAVID A. ELLIOTT 1 1 1 W. Main St., Georgetown Management S.A.M. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Mi- crowave Associates, Inc. SALLY A. EPPLE 37 Simmons Rd., Hingham Marketing and Advertising Theta Sigma Tou — Dean ' s List 1 — Stu- dent Council 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co. esT ANDREW C. FANTASIA 528 Main St., Medford Industrial Relations S.A.M. 4,5 - Football 1 ,3 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Computation Cen- ter. EMILIO P. FAVORITO 443 Saratoga St., E. Boston Finance and Insurance American Finance Society 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Weil Pearson Co., Boston Safe Deposit Trust Co. PHILIP E. FEENEY 71 -F Hill St., Brockton Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 5) — Co-op Work Record: North- rop Nortronics. SHELDON A. FINE 24 Wildwood Rd., Medford Accounting Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 2,3, 4,5 — Hillel Counselorship3,4,5 (treas- urer 4, president 5} — Silver Masque 4 -Band 1,2,3,4,5 (liaison officer 3,4) - RO.T.C. l,2-R,O.T.C. Band 1,2 -In- tramural Basketball 1 —Co-op Work Record: Lawrence Memorial Hospital, First National Sotres Inc., Cfiildren ' s Hospital Medical Center. STEPHEN G. FEENEY 29 Norton St., Braintree A lanagemenf S.A.M. 5 -Auto Club 2,3,4,5 - Yacfit Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Itek Corp., Ford Motor Co. MICHAEL A. FEIGEN 5 Spencer St., Dorchester A 1anogemenf S.A.M. 5-R.O:T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Coun- ter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 2,3 — Folk Music Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., John C. Paige In- surance Agency, Sanborn Co. RICHARD A. FISHER 83 Wachusett Rd., Needham Marketing and Advertising Co-op Work Record: Crowley Office Supply Co. PHILLIP M. FLEISHER 51 Edgewater Rd., Hull Finance and Insurance American Finance Society 5 — Hillel 1, 2 - HILLELITE (editor 1 ,2) - Student Un- ion 2 — Co-op Work Record: New Eng- land Mutual Life Insurance Co., John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. GERALD FELDMAN 51 Centennial Ave., Revere Accounting Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 5 - Student Union 1 ,2,3 - Pol- itics Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Joseph Mandell Co., Inc., Relief Printing Corp. AEn WILUAM E. FLEMING 57 Crane Rd., Quincy Management S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 - Marketing and Adver- tising Society 3,4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: M.K.M. Knitting Mills, Supreme Markets, Inc. ANDREW D. FEMINO 20 Arlington St., Maiden Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Northeast- ern NEWS 2,3,4,5- Newman Club 1, 4,5 - Husky Key 1 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Wilbur ' s Food Service. EUGENE P. FLYNN 54 Depot St., Sharon Industrial Relations Nu Epsilon Zeta-A.F.C.E.A. 2- R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2 - Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 - Inter- fraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton-Taunton Gas Co., James O. Welch Co., National Biscuit Co., C. H. Sprague Son. NEZ RICHARD L. FOLEY P.O. Box 85, Scarborough, Me. Management Co-op Work Record: Foley ' s Ice Cream, Inc. STEPHEN F. GACEK 612 Bridge St., Lowell Finance and Insurance Co-op Work Record: Weill Pearson. THOMAS G. FOLEY 19 Curtis Ave., Somerville Accounting Dean ' s List 1,2,4 — Accounting Society 2,4,5 (secretary 5) — Intramural Bas- ketball 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Hoskins Sells C.P.A.. fT WILLIAM GALVIN 1 008 South St., Roslindole Monogemenf S.A.M. 5-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Coun- ter Guerilla Group3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: The Provident Institution for Savings. RAYMOND A. FOURNIER 9 Louise St., Attleboro Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Swank, Inc., Home Savings Bonk. DENNIS J. GAWRYS 41 Flint St., Salem Management Co-op Work Record: Hoague-Sprague Inc., Strand Garage Inc. JAMES M. FOWLER 148 Auburn St., Brockton Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Northrop Corp. GERALD A. GERSON 57 Franklin Ave., Revere Accounting Alpha Epsilon Pi — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton- Taunton Gas Co., Johnson, Decker Corp. AEn DOMENIC V. FURIA, JR. 206 E. Boylston St., Watertown Accounting R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op WorkRecord: The Jorrell-Ash Co. JOHN R. GIANATASSIO 155 So. Boundry Rd., Pembroke Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5— Beta Gamma Sigma— American Finance Association 2,3,4,5 — Invest- ment Society 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. GEORGE G. GIGLIOTTI 919 Hyde Park Ave., Hyde Park Accounting Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Sigma 5 — Accounting Society 1,2,3,4, 5 (treasurer 3) — Co-op Work Record: Eastern Gas Fuel Assoc, Cambridge Gas Electric Co. STEPHEN C. GILES 48 Worcester St., Norton Monogement R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Baseball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Draper Bros. Co. THOMAS A. GRIGALUNAS 22 Norton St., Dorchester Accounting Phi Gamma Pi (treasurer 4)— Dean ' s List 2,3-Accounting Society 3,4,5— R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Mili- tary Student) - Husky Key 3,4,5 (vice- president 4,5) - Northeastern NEWS (business manager 4,5) — Newman Club 2 — Senior Class Board (treasur- er 5) — Senior Week Committee 5 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. i rn NORMAN S. GULKO 100 Strotton St., Dorchester Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 4,5 — Student Union 1 - Hillel 2,3 (president 3) - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Trust Securities Corp. CHARLES J. GLi,mY 40 Doremus PI., Clifton, N.J. Industrial Relations Co-op Work Record: Weil, Pearson Co. ROLF S. GUSTAVSON 28 Livingstone Lane, Woltham A lanagement R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 - Hus-Skiers 1,2,3,4,5- Ski Team 4 — Co-op Work Record: San- born Co., Maiden Knitting Mills, Micro- v ave Assoc, Inc. ROLLIN W. GOODALL 17 Williams St., Ploinville, Conn. A anagemenf S.A.M. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: The Torrington Co. FREDERICK W. GRAMSTORFF 145 Canton St., Randolph Marketing Marketing Society — Advertising Club 5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 - Counter Guer- illa Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: City of Boston, Public Works Dept., Arnold Co., J. Walter Thompson Co., Central Square Printing Co. MARVIN I. HAAS Clifford Dr., W. Hartford, Conn. Marketing Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 (social chairman 3,4) — Interfraternity Council 3,4 (rush- ing chairman 4) — Dean ' s List 3 — Hus- ky Key 2,3 - Advertising Club 3,4,5- American Marketing Association 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Alfred Politz Re- search, Inc., Institute of Communica- tions Research. NEZ PETER A. HAGG 27 Oakland St., Stoughton Accounting Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Beta GammaSigma 5 — Accounting Society5 — Co-op Work Record: Ernst Ernst, M.I.T. 275 ANDREW F. HALL, III 23 Newell Ave., Southbridge Accounting Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Husky Key 2 — Auto Club 3,4 — Silver Masque2,3,4,5 (busi- ness manager 4,5) — R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Interfraternity Sports 2,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: General Motors Corp. BA ROBERT P. HARRINGTON 16 Ellsworth Ave., Cambridge Industrial Relations Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4,5 - S.A.M. - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Interfraternity Sports 2, 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. CLYDE M. HALL 82 Rockland St., Roxbury Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-opWork Record: Morse Shoe Co., Inc. ALAN T. HANNA 64 Burbank St., Boston Marketing and Advertising R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: G. Fox Co., Conn. Bank Trust Co. GEORGE F. HENEY 43 Wood St., Nashua, N.H. Finance and Insurance American Finance Society 5 — Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: New Hampshire Insurance Group. PETER E. HICKEY 301 Liberty St., Rockland Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Baseball 1,2,3 -Lacrosse 2,3- T.G.I. F. Club 3,4- Co-op Work Record: C C Provision Co. WAYNE H. HANSON 1 Priscillo Rd., Lynnfield Marketing and Advertising American Marketing Association 3,4 — Hus-Skiers 2 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: The Boston Globe, Da- vidson Fan Co. JAMES J. HOGAN 20 School St., Saugus Management R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Mili- tary Student) - Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4 — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. 4 HOWARD M. HARDING, III 62 Hamden Circle, Quincy Management R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Football 1,2,3,4- Co-op Work Record: N.U., St. Johns- bury Trucking Co. NAPOLEON T. HOLMES 25 B Alton PL, Brookline Accounting Nu Epsilon Zeta — Class Treasurer 2,3 - Band 1 - Yachting Club 3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Newton Savings Bank, Employers Group Insurance Co., Boston Mailing Co. NEZ STANLEY A. HOIMY 76 Viden Rd., Quincy Management Auto Club 2,3,4 (president 5) - Folk Music Society 3,4,5 (vice-president3,4) — Co-op Work Record: Center Street Car Wash. -w - CARMEN A. lANNUCCILU 29 Bruce St., Lawrence Management Alpha Kappa Sigma (vice-president 4, president 5) - I.F.C. 4 - Track 1,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: N.U. AKE PETER N. HOOD 42 Pine Plain Rd., Wellesley Accounting Accounting Society 5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3, 4,5 - Pershing Rifles 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Arthur Young Co. -•s - ANTHONY J. lERARDI 46 Pleasantdale Rd., W. Roxbury Management Silver Masque 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Lumbermen ' s Mutual Casualty Co. LAWRENCE F. HOWARD, JR. 27 Shawnee Ave., E. Bridgewater Management R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Simpson Spring Beverage Co. ALBERT W. INGLESE 44 Shields St., Mansfield Management Co-op Work Record: Sears, Roebuck Co., Laminated Sheet Products Inc., Merkens Chocolate Co., Inc. EVERETT R. HOWE 18 Oilman Ter., Somerville Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Sig- ma 4,5 — Accounting Society 3, 4,5 (sec- retary 4) - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard, Minneapolis- Honeywell, Touche, Ross, Bailey Smart. ROBERT W. ISAACSON 134 Stow St., Woltham Marketing Theta Rho Epsilon — Advertising Soci- ety 5 — Co-op Work Record: Polaroid Corp., Wm. Filenes Sons Co. ePE WILLIAM R. HYDE 34 Lowe Ave., Stoughton Marketing and Advertising Dean ' s List 3,4 — Advertising Club 4,5 (treasurer 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- New England Paper Merchants Schol- arship 4 — Co-op Work Record: Carter Rice Storrs Bemen, Inc. PAUL E. JENNEY 489 No. Westfield St., Feeding Hills Management Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 2 — Gun Club 2,3,4,5 (founder and president) — Co-op Work Record: Wall Street Planning Corp., Maine Fidelity Life In- surance Co., Unitarion-Universalist As- soc, R. B. Jenney Co. ROBERT F. KANE 130 Clave Ave., Hyde Park Accounting Accounting Society 5— Newman Club — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Aeronau- tics and Astronautics Lab. JOHN J. KELLIHER 571 Ashmont St., Dorchester Marketing Theto Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 5) — Advertising Society (vice-president 4) — Marketing Society 3 — Interfraternity SportsS — RifleClub — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsti Co. epE JOSEPH E. KASCUS 343 W. 4th St., So. Boston Marketing Band 2,3,4,5 (drill instructor 4, secre- tary 4, president 5) -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4, Work Record: Polaroid Corp. RAYMOND H. KIMBALL, JR. 643 Pleasant St., Paxton Management S.A.M. 4,5 -Husky Key 2,3,4 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Stu- dent) — Co-op Work Record: Norton Co. FRANCIS M. KEANE 7 Lesley Ave., Somerville Accounting Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 (record- ing secretary 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Eastern Gas Fuel Associates. STANLEY L. KIMBLE 305 Lake Shore Dr., Marlboro Monagemenf Rifle Club - S.A.M. 5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3, 4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Intramural Basketball — Co-op Work Record: Framingham Trust Co. JAMES F. KEATING 68 Putnam Ave., Cambridge Finance and Insurance Varsity Baseball 2,3,4- Basketball 3,4 - Baseball 2,3,4 (captain 4) — Co-op Work Record: Aloe Medical Center. JAMES E. KEEFE 116 Whitest., Belmont Finance and insurance Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: United In- vestment Counsel. 4 BA BRUCE D. KINCAID 205 Atlantic Ave., Morblehead Monogement S.A.M. 4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Scobbard and Blade 4,5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4 -Co-op Work Record: Central Scientific Co., M.I.T. THOMAS F. KING 19 Dorset St., Dorchester Industrial Relations Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Service. epE WAYNE E. KLEIMOLA 10 Oakland Ave., Rockport Management Co-op Work Record: Sylvanio Electric Co., Products Div. 4ti JAMES A. KOURIPINES 48 Electric Ave., Somerville Accounfing Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Lynn Hospital. EDWARD J, LAPOINTE 14 ' 2 Jacobs St., Peobody Accounting Section Representative 1 — Newman Club 2 - Underwater Society 3 — Co- op Work Record: American Mutual Life Insurance Co. DAVID ALAN LASTER 44 Metropolitan Oval, New York, N.Y. Marketing American Marketing Association 2,3,4, 5 - Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 - North- eastern NEWS 3,4,5 (photo editor 4, 5) - CAULDRON 4,5 (photo editor 5) — Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Alfred Politz Research, Inc. RAYMOND M. KRETT 531 16th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Finance and Insurance Investment Society 4,5 — Knights of Columbus 4,5-R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Liability As- surance Corp. Ltd. RICHARD J. LATULIPPE 103 Bowdoin St., Lawrence Finance and Insurance Theta Rho Epsilon — I.F.C. 4 — Finance Club 1,2,3,4 -Student Union 1,2- Newman Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Haverhill National Bank, A. I. Shots- well. epE JEAN La FORREST 401 Aiken Ave., Dracut Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Advertising Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Oxford Paper Co. ROLAND F. LaPENSE 40 ' 2 Bunker Hill St., Boston Finance and Insurance Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Employ- er ' s Liability Insurance Co., Inc. BRIAN W. LAVERTY 120 Westford St., Chelmsford Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 2,3,4,5 — Investment Society 2,3,4,5 — Ac- counting Society 2,3,4 — Rifle Club 2 — Underwater Society — Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3 -Co-op Work Record: Weston W. Adams Co., Photon, Inc. ROBERT A. LEBLOND 273 Washington St., Haverhill Manogemenf Phi Gamma Pi 1,2,3,4,5 (house man- ager 3, president 4,5) — Dean ' s List 4 — S.A.M. 3,4,5 (vice-president of gen- eral activities 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Intra- mural Basketball — Interfraternity Sports — Co-op Work Record: Com- puter Control Co., Inc. i rn ARTHUR R. LeGROW, JR. 565 Mountain Ave., Revere Management R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Intramural Basket- ball - S.A.M. 5 - Co-op Work Record: R. H. Stearns Co. BERNARD L LONG, JR. 78 Lewiston St., Hyde Park Management Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 (pledgemaster 5) — S.A.M. 4,5 — Accounting Society 2, 3,4,5 - Student Union 2,3,4,5 - Auto Club 3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Char- lestown Savings Bank. epE DANIEL J. LEHAN, JR. 30 School St., Stoughton Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 5 — Nev man Club 2 — Husky Key 3 — Co- op Work Record: Quincy Savings Bank. WILLIAM W. LOWERY 21 Claflin PI., Newtonville Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Academic Achievement Award) — Co-op Work Record: Wellesley Trust Co., Norfolk County Trust Co., Union Savings Bank. KEITH LESTER 68 Dell Rd., Springfield, Vt. Management Nu Epsilon Zeta 2,3,4,5 (secretary 4, president 5) - I.F.C. 3,4 - S.A.M. - Co-op Work Record: Dean C. Wolf Assoc. Boston Five CentsSavings Bank. NEZ JOSEPH M. LUKAS 21 Merwin St., Trumbull, Conn. Accounting Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Chu Associates. STUART A. UGHTER 1820 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Industrial Relations Co-op Work Record: Binder of Boston, C S Candy Co. DAVID M. LYNCH 173 Webster St., Rockland Accounting Accounting Society — R.O.T.C. 1 — Co- op Work Record: Morse Shoe Inc. OSCAR E. UNDNER 16W. Cedar St., Islip, N.Y. Finance and Insurance Gamma Phi Kappa 2,3,4,5 (president 4) — I.F.C. 4 (vice-president 4) — Mr. Husky 3 — Co-op Work Record: Stand- ard Service Bureau, Inc., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Avis Rent- A-Cor Inc. rcE K DAVID G. MacDONALD 30 Parker St., Everett Marketing and Advertising Zeta Gamma Tou 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 2) — American Marketing Association 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. zrT ROBERT B. MacDONALD 723 Washington St., Weymouth Accounting Dean ' s List 4 - S.A.M, 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 — Co-op Work Record: Harris, Kerr, Forster Co. JOHN J. MARCHESE 91 Elsie St., Everett Manogemenf S.A.M. 5 - Hus-Skiers 2,3 - Co-op Work Record; Stone Forsyth, Micro- wave Assoc, Inc. ■ • o ' ' ' ' ' J V- " ' ' ' ' " » ' - " f7J ' PETER J. MaclNTYRE 81 1 Centre St., Jamaica Plain Marketing Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 4, Alumni Representative 5) — American Marketing Association 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Controller Service Sales, WAYNE B. MAGEE 69 Highland Ave., Arlington Morltefing American Marketing Association 4,5 — Advertising Society 4,5 (secretary 5) — Canterbury Club 2,3,4,5 (president 4) — Co-op Work Record: Honeyv ell, Inc., EDP Div. A. CARMEN MARCIANO 6 Middle St., Beverly Finance and Insurance Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 5, executive committee 5) — American Finance Association 3,4,5 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Ac- counting Society 3,4,5 — American Marketing Association 4,5 - Auto Club 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 3,4,5 - Football 1 - Intertroternity Sports 3,4 — Intramural Basketball 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Commercial Bank Trust Co., New York Life Insurance Co. zrT KEVIN M. MARINAN 9 Linwold Dr., W. Hartford, Conn. Monogement R.O.T.C, 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: G. Fox Co. PETER G. MANSON 227 South Ave., Weston Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — Investment Society 4,5 — Band 1,2 — Christian Science Organization 1,2,3,4, 5 (president 3,4) — Young Republicans 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -N. R.O.T.C. B.A. 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Ameri- can Mutual Liability Insurance Co. JOHN B. MARANI 104 Whitest., E. Boston Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — Jazz Soci- ety 2 — Intramural Sports 2,3,4 — Co- op Work Record: City of Boston, Water Div., Putnam Fund., Arthur W.Johnson C.P.A. JOHN A. MARTIN 71 Hersey St., Hinghom Industrial Relations Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — American Market- ing Association 4 — Advertising Society — Newman Club 4,5 - S.A.M. 5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Mili- tary Student, Medal of Merit) — Co-op Work Record: N.U. RICHARD J. MARTINS 86 Newport St., Arlington Accounting Co-op Work Record: Industrial Stain- less Steels. RICHARD C. MARCUCCI 20 Frankfort St., E. Boston Marketing American Marketing Association 4,5 — Advertising Club 5 — Newman Club 5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Monsanto Chemical Co. WILLIAM A. McDonald 408 Hyde Pork Ave., Roslindale Industrial Relations Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 — S.A.M. 3,4,5 — Underwater Society 3 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Intramural Basketball 1, 2,3,4,5 — Co-op WorkRecord: Employ- ers ' Group of Insurance Companies. JAMES V. McCABE 1 77 Arlington St., Wollaston Accounting Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 — Freshman Football — Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Stop Shop Inc. ROBERT L. MACAULEY, JR. S.R.B., Wellsville, N.Y. Finance and Insurance Finance Club 5 — Intramural Basket- ball 1 ,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Joseph Grossi, Flying Fire Patrol. RICHARD M. McELLIGOTT 73 Grandview Rd., Arlington Accoun ting Freshman Honor List — Track 1,2 — Co- op Work Record: M.I.T., Accounting and Payroll Offices. WALTER V. McGOURTY 20 Dryden St., Worcester Marketing and Advertising Alpha Kappa Sigma 2,3,4,5 (I.F.C. rep- resentative 2, auditor 3, treasurer 4) — Dean ' s List 1,2 — American Marketing Association - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3 - Interfra- ternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Sears Roebuck Co., Gillette Safety Razor Co. AK2 CHESTER L McDONALD 24 Pratt St., Allston Finance and Insurance Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Wolf Re- search Development. DAVID F. McDonald 19 Grant St., Natick A lonogement Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (recording secretary 3, vice-president 4) —Co-op Work Record: Perin Products Corp. epE THOMAS J. McGRANE 21 1 Princeton St., E. Boston Accounting Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Society 2, 3,4,5 — Jazz Society 2 — Student Union 2,3 — Intramural Basketball 1,2 — Co- op Work Record: Diamond National Corp. THOMAS F. McGRATH 77 Billings St., Sharon Monagemenf Co-op Work Record: Bird Son, inc. JAMES M. McLOUGHLIN 22 Robeson St., New Bedford Finance and Insurance Alpha Kappa Sigma 2,3,4,5 (pledge master 3,4, secretary 4, president 5) — Co-op Work Record: New Bedford In- stitution for Savings, The Employers Group Insurance Co. AK2 RICHARD J. McNEIL, JR. 285 Charles St., Maiden Management Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 - S.A.M. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Middlesex County National Bank, Nortronics. epE MICHAEL V. MONDELLI 774 Saw Mill River Rd., Ardsley, N.Y. Management Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (presidents, 4) - President ' s Award 2 - Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Sigma 4,5 (vice-president 4) - S.A.M. 2 - New- man Club 1 - Jazz Society 2 - Co-op Work Record: General Foods Corp. epE GARY J. MONTGOMERY 743 Prospect Ave., Clean, N.Y. Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Dresser Vacuum Co. JOHN J. McWEENEY 5 Washburn Ter., Brookline Marketing and Advertising Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 - I. F.C. 5- Closs Board 5 (secretary 5) — Ameri- can Marketing Association 5 — Adver- tising Society 4,5 (secretary 5) — Husky Key Society 4 - Co-op Work Record: Stop Shop Inc. epE EDWARD H. MOORE, JR. 50 Stony Corners, Avon, Conn. Monagement Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 - Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 - S.A.M. 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - In- terfraternity Sports — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Ion Physics Corp. epE FRANCIS A. MELLE 1 93 Pomeroy Ave., Pitfsfield Industrial Relations Rifle Club 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2- Intramu- ral Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Berkshire Bank Trust. FRANCIS E. MILMORE 14 Holmes Ave., Weymouth Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1, 2,3,4,5 - Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5- Young Democrats 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson Abbott, Honeywell Corp., EDP Div. ROBERT D. MORRISON 111 Pork Dr., Boston Accounting Dean ' s List 1,2 — Student Union 1 — Yacht Club 3 — Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Lying-in Hospital. ALBERT H. MORSE 50 Elm St., Medford Industrial Relations Intramural Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: American Hardware Mutual Insurance Co., BarnesEngineeringCo., Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Assigned Risk Plan. WILLIAM J. MURPHY 78 Oceanhouse Rd., Cape Eliza- beth, Me. Accounting Nu Epsilon Zeta — I.F.C.4,5 — Account- ing Society 5 — N.U. Dance Band 4 — Co-op Work Record: Ralph Bernard Co. NEZ LAWRENCE A. MURRAY 8 Upham St., Randolph Management Dean ' s List 4-S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 (board member 3,4) — Student Representative 1 -Rifle Club 2,3,4 -Newman Club 4,5 - S.A.M.E. 2 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - MARS 5 - Intramural Basketball 1,2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. R D Lab. V A JAMES J. O ' CONNOR, JR. 32 Fairfax St., Somerville Industrial Relations Phi Sigma Kappa 3,4,5 (I.F.C. 3,4, president 5) — Dean ' s List 1 ,4 — S.A.M. 4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Intramural Sports 1,2 — interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. LENNART R. OGREN 24 Curtis Ave., Somerville Accounting Theta Rho Epsilon 4,5 — Accounting So- ciety 5 - Co-op Work Record: ShellOil Co. epE GEORGE A. MUSE, JR. 49 Richardson Rd., Melrose A lonogemenf Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 3 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: N.A.P.A., New England Ware- house. ePE STEPHEN M. O ' HARA 9 Glen Lane, Randolph Accounting Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 — Accounting Society 3,4 (corresponding secretary 5) — Interfraternity Sports — Co-op Work Record: Morse Shoe Inc. epE MICHAEL J. NORRIS 180 Bonad Rd., Brookline Management Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 5) - Rifle Club 1 - Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1 —intramural Basketball 2— In- terfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Microwave Associates, Inc. AEn LAWRENCE A. O ' ROURKE 19 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain Industrial Relations Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (pledge warden 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Interfrater- nity Sports — Co-op Work Record: United Art Co. epE KERNAN M. NUCCI 62 W. Bridge St., Deep River, Conn. Management Dean ' s List 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: The Hoggson and Pettis Mfg. Co. CRAIG E. OVERTON Wildwood Rd., Forestdale, R.I. Management Dean ' s List 4,5 - S.A.M. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Tupperware Co. ROBERT C. PACKARD 572 Washington St., Hanover Monagement S.A.M. - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Star Markets Inc. JOHN V. PALERMO 99 Swan St., Methuen Finance and Insurance Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 - Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 - Northeastern NEWS 2,3,4,5 (circulation manager 5) — R.O.T.C. 1,2, 3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Co-op Work Record: American Pol- icy Holders Insurance Co. $BA RICHARD J. PARSLOW 117 Bunker Hill, Lawrence Management S.A.M. 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., Arlington Trust Co., Wolloston Federal Savings Loan Assoc. ALFRED J. PATRICK, JR. 5 Lancaster St., Auburn Accounting Accounting Society 4 — Hockey 1,2 — Co-op Wor k Record: Minneapolis-Hon- eywell. JOSEPH PALUMBO 289 W. Ivy St., New Haven, Conn. Marketing American Marketing Association 3,4,5 (vice-president 4) — American Adver- tising Association 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Bradlee ' s, Singer Sewing Ma- chine Co. I BA WILLIAM J. PATTERSON 294 Cherry St., Newton Management Baseball 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co., Campbell Hall, All Stainless Co. ROBERT A. PARKER 83 Richmond St., Dorchester Accounting Theto Rho Epsilon 4,5 — Accounting So- ciety 4,5 — Interfroternity Sports 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Red Cab, Inc., Checker Taxi Co., Copley Motor Tours. epE MICHAEL P. PETERS 102 Heath St., Somerville Fi ' nonce and Insurance Phi Beta Alpha - Dean ' s List 4,5- Northeostern NEWS (circulation 1,2,3, 4,5) — Interfroternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record; American Clean- ing Co. $BA LEO J. PARKES 46 Hampton Circle, Hull Management Co-op Work Record: Jacobs Food Brokers. THEOFANIS F. PETERS 94 Robinson St., Lynn Management S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 (president 4,5) - Finance Society 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers 2,3, 4 — Co-op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Mutual Life Insurance Co., Monarch Construction Co., General Services Ad- ministration. JAMES D. PETRONI 7 Manning St., Medford Management S.A.M. 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 - Football 1 ,2,3 — Intramural Basketball 1 ,2 — Co- op Work Record: Sanborn Co., Avco Corp. R D. PERRY W. PRAH 29 Bow St., Woburn Manogement Phi Beta Alpha - Hus-Skiers 1,2,3 (president 3) — Underwater Society 1 — I.F.C. representative 3,4 (vice-presi- dent 5) — SilverMasque 1,2,3 — Drama Work Shop 2,3 - Ski Team 2,3,4 (cap- tain 4) — Co-op WorkRecord; Diamond Crystal Salt Co. JOEL H. PITCOFF 38 Dearborn St., Salem Marketing Dean ' s List — Freshman Cabinet (Con- stitution Committee chairman) — Stu- dent Council 4,5 — S.C.C.E. — Ameri- can Marketing Association 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Ad- vertising Society 1,2,3,4,5 — Varsity Football 2-N.I.I.M.C.C. 4 - Co-op Work Record: Alfred Politz Research, Inc., Ford Motor Co., Lincoln-Mercury Div. JOEL A. PLOURDE 16 St. John Rd., Fort Kent, Me. Industrial Relations S.A.M, 1,2 -Rifle Club 1,2- R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Fraser Pa- per Ltd. MICHAEL M. PRESS 30 Evelyn St., Mattapan Accounting Student Union 1,2,3,4,5 — Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: MacAloster Scientific Corp., All-Stain- less Inc. JOHN C. PREVETT 127 Jefferson St., Dedham Accounting Dean ' s List 4 — Accounting Society 4, (treasurer 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Warren Bros. Co. KEVIN F. POWER 35 Dartmouth Ave., Dedham Finance and Insurance American Finance Association 5 — Newman Club 1 — Husky Key 1 — Hock- ey 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Em- ployers ' Group Insurance Co. CHARLES B. PRICE 309 Rockland St., Abington Management Dean ' s List 4 - S.A.M. 5 (treasurer 5) — Co-op Work Record: Plymouth- Home National Bank. GEORGE F. POWERS, JR. 3 Arborcrest Ter., Mattapan Finance and insurance R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Mili- tary Student) — American Finance As- sociation 2,3,4,5 (president 4) — Intra- mural Basketball — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc. MICHAEL R. PUOPOLO 158 Carroll Ave., Brockton industrial Relations Intramural Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: E. M. Brooks Co., Sears-Roe- buck Co., Hayward Boynton Co., Ma- son-Neilan Co. JAMES A. RADLEY, JR. 45 Enslin Rd,, Needham Management Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co., Fen- wcl Inc. BRUCE RICE 46 Richardson Rd,, Lynn Finance and Insurance American Finance Association (treas- urer 3, secretary 4). GEORGE A. ROSSI 169 AshcroftRd., Medford Manogemenf Hockey 1,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Diamond Crystal Salt Co. JOSEPH V. ROTHMAN 39 Jefferson Ave., Danbury, Conn. Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., Marine Midland Trust of New York, Borden Corp., E. F. Mutton Co., Inc. DONALD E. ROBINSON 46 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Accounting Student Union 2,3,4,5 — Silver Masque 2 - Rifle Club 1 ,3,4,5 - Choral Society — Co-op Work Record: Stop Shop Inc. ROBERT A. RUSSELL, JR. 5 Summer St., Quincy Industrial Relations Hus-Skiers 1 ,2 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Co- op Work Record: Wolfe Inc. JOHN M. ROLU 144 Merrimac St., New Bedford A orfceting Marketing Club 3,4,5 — Advertising Club 2,3,4,5 - Yacht Club 3,4,5 - Hus- Skiers and Outing Club4,5 - Rifle Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Thomson Thomson. WILLIAM C. RONOLDER 208 N. 4th St., Oleon, N.Y. Accounting Accounting Society — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Clark Brothers Co. JOSEPH A. RUSSO 141 Spruce St., Watertown Accounting Accounting Society 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 3,4, treasurer 5) - Basketball 1,2 - Co- op Work Record: Cambridge Gas Co., Federal Milk Market Administration. DAVID W. RYAN 74 Ripley Rd., Medford Finance and Insurance Dean ' s List 2,4 — Honor ' s Reading Pro- gram 2 — Iota Sigma — American Fi- nance Association 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 3, treasurer 4, vice-president 5) — Rifle Club 1,2,3,4,5 - Underwater Society 2, 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C, 1,2,3,4,5 - Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 -Co-op Work Record: Weil Peorson Wolt R D Div., Mass. Gen- eral Life Insurance Co. FRANCIS RYAN 34 Clifton Rd., Milton Management S.A.M. 3 - Basketball 1 ,2,3,4 - Base- ball 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: N.U. DONALD E. SCHLESINGER Corner Rd., Bedford Village, N.Y. Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Marine Midland Trust Co. of New York. FREDERICK M. RYAN 34 Clifton Rd., Milton Management Basketball 1,2,3,4 - Baseball 1,2,3,4- Co-op Work Record; N.U. WILLIAM E. SALIE, JR. 200 Main St., Melrose Finance and Insurance American Finance Associations — Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Mel- rose-Wakefield Hospital. LESTER A. SCHNEIDERMAN 309 Clifton St., Maiden Finance and Insurance American Finance Association — Yacht Club — Hus-Skiers — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Trust Securities Corp. STEPHEN M. SCHULTZ 21 Fairfax Rd,, Milton Marketing American Marketing Association (sec- retary 3,4,5) —Advertising Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Subscription Service, Inc. ALLEN SAPOZNICK 1 04 Alabama St., Mattapan Finance and Insurance Tou Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 (vice chancellor 3, house steward 3) — Dean ' s List 2,4,5 — Investment Society — Senior Com- mittee 5 — Student Union 1,2 — Yacht Club 2-R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Wellington Bakery Inc. TE$ CHARLES A. SAVAGE 8 Jefferson Rd., Morblehead Finance and Insurance Zeta Gamma Tou 2,3,4,5 - I.F.C. 3,4, 5 -Finance Club 3,4,5 - Golf 3,4- Co-op Work Record: A. I. Shatswell. zrT ROBERT P. SCHULZE 47 Wildwood St., Boston Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 -S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 -Un- derwater Society 1 ,2 — Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4 -Co-op Work Record: Dun Brodstreet Inc., Ford Motor Co. BARRY H. SHANE 29 Nightingale St., Dorchester Monagemenf Phi Alpha Rho 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 4, presidents) - CAULDRON 3,5 (senior editor 5) — American Mar- keting Association 3 — R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 — R.O.T.C. Band 1 ,2 - Interfroternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Brockton Taunton Gas Co., Orange- Rockland Utilities Co., Exeter, Hampton Utility Co., Concord Utility Co., Shep- ley, Bulfinch, Richardson Abbot Co., Cosmopolitan Mfg. Co., Cole-Hersee Co., N.U. WILLIAM H. SHELDON 3RD 5 Island St., Stoughton ManagemenI Section Representative 1 —Football 1, 2,3,4 - Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: N.U., B. F. Goodrich Co. MICHAEL SIMBOLIST 38 Theodore St., Boston Marketing and Advertising Dean ' s List 2,3 — Advertising Society 3 (president 4) - AmericanMarketing As- sociation 3 - Hillel 2 - Student Union 1 — U.S. Army Veteran — Co-op Work Record: Curtis Publishing Co., Harold Cabot Co. „ MICHAEL E. SHERIDAN 1 15 Brookway Rd., Roslindale Accounting Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Society 3 — Intramural Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life In- surance Co., Sylvanio Electric Products Co. JOHN R. SHIPLEY 107 HobartSt., Danvers Industrial Relations Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5-S.A.M. 3,4,3- I.F.C. representative 3,4-CAULDRON (business manager 5)— Co-op Work Record: Brockv ay, Smith, Hoigh, Lovell Co. ' i BA RAYMOND P. SIMMONS 66 Laureston St., Brockton Marketing and Advertising S.A.M. 1,2 — American Marketing As- sociation 5 — Advertising Club 5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Brockton-Tounton Gas Co., Sears Roe- buck Co. JOEL H. SMALL 21 Dopne Ave., Mattapan Finance and insurance Tau Epsilon Phi 2 3,4,5 — American Fi- nance Association 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Putnam Fund Distributors. TE J JOHN M. SILVERIO 75 Wright Ave., Medford Management Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 - S.A.M. 4,5 - Auto Club 1 ,2 - New- man Club 2,3 -Football 1,2,3,4 -In- tramural Basketball 1,2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co., Lincoln Lee Designers., Northrop Nortronics. EARNEST M. SMITH, JR. 28 Gateway Lane, Lynn Accounting Zeta Gamma Tau 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: A. C. Lawrence. ZIT LEONARD J. SILVIA 78 Mansfield Ave., Norton Industrial Relations Phi Beta Alpha (pledge master 5) — S.A.M. 5 - Husky Key 4,5 - StudentUn- ion 2 -R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4 — Interfraternity Sports 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Ann Dole Products, Fernondes Markets., Calvin Dean Inc. BA JAMES P. SMITH 555 E. 7th St., So. Boston Marketing and Advertising Advertising Club 3,4,5 — Marketing Club (vice-president 4, president 5) — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T., Fuller Brush Co., Mass. Workmen ' s Compen- sation Bureau. WILLIAM A. STASIOWSKI 170 Derby Rd., Melrose Manogemenf S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 - Under- water Society 1,2 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: General Electric Co., The MITRE Corp., Ion Physics Corp. RAYMOND C. STONE 33 Summer St., Shrewsbury A lonogement Phi Beta Alpha 2,3,4,5 - Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 - S.A.M. 2,3,4 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co- op Work Record: Diamond Crystal Salt Co. $BA JOHN N. STAVROPOULOS 7 Harris St., Peabody Manogemenf S.A.M. 5 -Student Union 1,2 -Sec- tion Representative 1 - Class Cabin- et 2 - Rifle Club 1 - Politics Club 1,2, 3,4,5 - Golf Club 2 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Cabot Corp., Jordan Marsh Co., Gorton ' s of Gloucester. GERALD E. SUNDBERG 72 Crescent St., W. Bridgewater Marketing American Marketing Association 2,3,4, 5 - Advertising Society 2,3,4,5 — CAULDRON 5 - Co-op Work Record: Melville Shoe Corp. KENNETH A. STEIN 430 Winter St., Woonsocket, R.I. Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 - Hillel 2,3- Rifle Club 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Lying-in Hospital. THEODORE C. SURDAM 15 Walton St., Wakefield Finance and Insurance Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3,4 — Finance Club — Co-op Work Record: Eaton Howard, Inc. SAUL STICK 16 Dix St., Revere Accounfing Co-op Work Record: Peterson, Teele and Dennis. EDWARD J. SURRETTE 19 Bryant St., Everett Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: Warren Bros. Roods Co. FREDERICK C. STOCK DONALD SWIMM 77 Central Ave., Medford Pew Ave., Gloucester Managen ent Marketing S.A.M. 5-Hus-Skiers 3,4 - Co-op Co-op Work Record: Fuller Brush Co., Work Record: Boston Public Library, Marvin Cummings Co. || jS» Cambosco Scientific Co. «: - 290 RAYMOND G. TAHMOUSH 55 Maple Ave., Cambrid Accounting Accounting Society. ROY C. TOITVN 9 Den Quarry Rd., Lynn Accoonfi ' ng Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Accounting Society 2,3,4,5 (sec- retary 4) - Co-op Work Record: Ernst Ernst. RICHARD J. TAVOLIERI 75 Winter St., Arlington Management Dean ' s List 2,4 - S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 - Auto Club 1 ,2 - Intramural Basketball 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Itek Corp. FRANK A. TRAPASSO 100 Sagamore Ave., Winthrop Management Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 - S.A.M. - Co- op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. epE GEORGE P. TAYLOR 18 Berkeley St., Reading Accounting Dean ' s List 2 — Accounting Society 3,4, 5 (vice-president 5) - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp., Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, General Motors, Chevrolet Div. WILLIAM G. TREPSAS 37 Knowles Ave., Stoughton Monogement Dean ' s List 3 — S.A.M. 3 — Newman Club 1 - Intramural Basketball 1 - Co- op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co. ROBERT H. TERRANOVA 191 East Ave., Westerly, R.I. Industrial Relations S.A.M. 3,5-R.O.T.C. 3,4,5 (Dis- tinguished Military Student — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Massachusetts Workmen ' s Compensa- tion Rating Inspection Bureau. RICHARD L. THOMASHOW 61 Howland Ter., Worcester Manogemenf Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 - S.A.M. 3,4,5 — Young Republican Club 5 — Husky Key 4,5 - Hillel 4,5 - Student Union 5 — Interfraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Worcester County National Bank. AEn ANGELO M. TROISI 19 Cypress Rd., Medford Industrial Relations Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 (pledge warden 4)-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 (first sergeant 4, executive officer 5)- Intramural Basketball 1,2-I.F.C. Basketball 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Group Insurance Co. epE PHILIP A. TUPPER 26 Linda Rd., Wilmington Manogement Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Beta Gamma Sig- ma 4,5 — Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4 — Out- door Track 1,2,3,4 (captain 4) — Indoor Track 1 ,2,3,4 (captain 4) — Co-op Work Record: American Policyholders ' In- surance Co. 291 KEVIN F. UNIACKE 32 Sanford St., Mattapan Accounting Track 1 ,2,3,4 — Cross Country 1,2,3,4, 5 (captain 3,4, manager 5, Northeast- ern NEWS Most Improved Player 2, N.U. Track Club Award 2) — Co-op Work Record: N.U. BRUCE F. UPTON 1874 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 (president 5) — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Wolf R D Corp. STEVEN I. VAN LEER 9 Joyce Rd., Hartsdale, N.Y. Marketing Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 (social chair- man 3, vice-counselor 4, house man- ager 5) - Rifle Club - Auto Club - In- terfraternity Sports — Co-op Work Rec- ord; Alexanders Department Store. epE RANDALL O. WALKER III R.F.D. No. 37 State Line Monogemenf S.A.M. 3,4,5 (vice-president 5) - Rifle Club 1- Intramural Basketball 1,2- Interfraternity Sports 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Berkshire Bank Trust Co. EDWARD B. WAYLER, JR. 64 Pond Side Dr., Wethersfield, Conn. Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Survey Service. DEAN C. WEBB 186Speen St., Natick Monagemenf Football 2,3,4 - Hockey 1 ,2,3,4 - Golf 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Computer Control Co. STEPHAN P. VERDI 17 Wellman St., Auburn Management Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 - S.A.M. 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Guaranty Bonk Trust Co. epE ROBERT E. WELLS 26 River St., Amesbury Management S.A.M. 3,4 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Sanborn Co., Haverhill National Bonk. RALPH T. VERNILE, JR. 40 Orchardhill Rd., Jamaica Plain Management S.A.M. 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Section Representative — Class Cabinet 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: N.U. VIVIAN M. WILKINSON 145 Washington St., Plainville Accounting Theta Sigma Tau 2,3,4,5 (correspond- ing secretary 2,3, vice-president 4) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3 — Intersorority Council 4 — Accounting Society 4,5 — Senior Week Committee 5 — Silver Masque 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Gomache O ' Brien, Choate, Hall Stewart. esT 292 LOUIS J. WILLIAMS 260 Furnace Brook Pkwy., Quincy Accounting Accounting Society 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Arthur Anderson. HAROLD W. WOODBURY 31 Franklin St., Chelsea Accounting Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (president 2) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2, 3,4 - Rifle Club 2,3 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4, 5 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Intra- mural Basketball 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Interfra- ternity Sports 4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Salem Five Cents Savings Bonk, Ford Motor Co., Harris, Kerr, Forster 6 Co. epE DAVID R. WILSON Topsfield Rd., Wenham Management Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 2, president 3,4, director 5) — Dean ' s List 1 ,2,3,5 — Beta Gamma Sig- ma 4,5 — S. A.M. 2,3,4,5 (executive vice-president 4, vice-president-public- ity 2,3) — Young Republicans 1,2,3 — Freshman Section Representative — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Ford Motor Co., Boston Stove Co. epE 5 JAMES G. WYLUE River St., Norwell Monagemenf Dean ' s List 3 — S.A.M. — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. JOSEPH F. WINN 234 Mystic Valley Pkwy., Arlington Managenrient S.A.M. 4,5 — Intramural Sports 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe Co. RICHARD G. WOLFE, JR. 220 Maynard Rd., Sudbury Management S.A.M. 5 -Co-op Work Record; Wil- liam H. Soar. £1 JAMES L. WYMAN 51 Verdmont Ave., Lynn A lonogement S.A.M. 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Insurance Co. WILLIAM C. ZALEWSKI 16 Washburn St., Dorchester Management Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (charter brother, secretary 3) — S.A.M. 1,2,3,4, 5 (secretary 4) — Newman Club 1,2 — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Em- ployer ' s Group Insurance Companies. epE GRAYLYN E. WOODALL 68 Meriam St., Lexington Management Omega Sigma 3,4,5 - S.A.M. 4,5 (sec- retary 5) - Northeastern NEWS 3 - Class Cabinet 3 — Husky Key 2 — Young Republicans 3,4 — Jazz Club 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: R. H. Stearns Co. EDWARD ZALL 44 St. Anne Rd., Quincy Accounting R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 - Student Council 4,5 - Hillel 2, 3,4, THOMAS A. ZAPPALA 71 Newbury St., Lawrence Management Theta Rho Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (treasurers, historian 4, social chairman 5) — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Intramural Sports — Co-op Work Record: Arlington Trust Co. epE STEPHEN A. ZIBEL 6 Bonwood St., Newton Marketing Co-op Work Record: Thorn McAn Shoe Co. ALAN S. ZELBOW 19 Egremonf Rd., Brighton Accounting Accounting Society 5 — Hillel 3 — Hus- Skiers 4 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp., Leo Wasserman Co. j iA GERALD S. ZIDLE 94 Nesmith St., Lawrence Industrial Relations S.A.M. 5 — Co-op Work Record: Pen- tuckett Five Cent Savings Bank, Arling- ton Trust Co., Maiden Spinning and Dyeing Co. MICHAEL T. BEARON 772 Huntington Ave., Boston Management Dean ' s List 5 - Tau Epsilon Phi 1 ,2,3,4, 5 — Silver Masque 1 —Husky Key 3,4 - I.F.C. Sports 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Avis Truck Rental Service. TE i ' JOHN W. RADFORD 324 Newton St., Walthom Management S.A.M. 3,4 - MARS 3,4 - Rifle Club 3, 4,5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Branch Motor Express. 294 ALLEN A. HENRY, II 222 Brown St., Reynoldsville, Pa. Management Nu Epsilon Zeta 2,3,4,5 (exchequers, 4, I.F.C. representative 2) — Freshman Honor List, Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Phi Kappa Phi 4,5 — Beta Gamma Sigma 4,5 (president 5) - S.A.M. 1,2,3 -In- terfraternity Council 3,4,5 (secretary 3,4, president 5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Travelli Scholarship 3,4,5 — The Sigma Award 2 — Co-op Work Record; Ford Motor Co. NEZ R. PETER LORING 1280 Washington St., Walpole Business Management Nu Epsilon Zeta 3,4,5 — Dean ' s List 4 -S.A.M. 2,3 -Yacht Club 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-commodore 3, racing team cap- tain 4) — Interfraternity Sports 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ford Motor Co. NEZ JOHN A. MANNING 66 Connell St., Quincy Marketing American Marketing Association 5 — Advertising Society 5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3, 4,5 -Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4- Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co., Cornell-Dubilier Electronics. CURTIS M. PERRY 29 Princeton St., New Bedford Marketing and Advertising Marketing Club 2,3,4,5 (presidents)- Advertising Club 4,5 - Varsity Foot- ball 1,2,3,4 (letterman) - Basketball 1 - Intramural Basketball - Co-op Work Record: Continental Baking Co., Cameo Curtains. GERALD A. RONKIN 240 Kelton St., Allston Accounting Accounting Society 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co., Her- bert F. French Co. Dean Wilfred S. Lake Gerald R. Griffin Assistant to the Dean 296 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS SALVATORE T. ABISSO 92 Jaques St., Somerville Economics Freshman Honor List. MARJORIE G. AMIRIAN 26 Tolmuth Ave., Haverhill Political Science Theta Sigma Tau 2,3,4,5 - Omega Sig- ma 1,2 — Silver Masque 2 — Co-op Work Record; Boston Five Cents Sav- ings Bank. esT LEONARD E. ADELSON 20 Wlllowwood St., Dorchester Mathematics Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List -Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Phi Kappa Phi — The Academy — American Institute of Physics 1,2 — Intertraternity Sports 2,3,4,5 — Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 -Co-op Work Record: MITRE Corp. AEn NANCY G. ANDERSON 5 Peterborough St., Boston English Dean ' s List 2,3 — Silver Masque 2,3 — Pegasus Poetry Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: United Fund. ITALO F. AGOSTINO 92 Monument St., Medtord Political Science Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4,5 -N.U. Writer (business manager 4) — CAULDRON 5 — Husky Key 3,4,5 (outstanding mem- ber 4) — Co-op Work Record: Herald- Traveler Corp. AEn STEPHEN P. ANDERSON 5 Locke St., Andover English Folk Music Society 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: West Medford Community Center. RICHARD A. AMATO 74 E. Border Rd., Maiden Physics Dean ' s List — American Institute of Phy- sics 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op Work Rec- ord: Avco Corp., R D Div. RICHARD J. AMENDOLA 14 Schofield Dr., Newton Physics Student Union 2,3 — American Institute of Physics 1,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Research Calculations., M.I.T. ALLEN F. AZER 22 Rexford St., Mottapan English -Journalism Journalism Society 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4) - Northeastern NEWS 2,3,4 (fea- ture editor 4, managing editor 4, editor-in-chief 5) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe, Transcript Publications, N.U. Press Bureau. SUSAN F. BAKER 141 River Rd.,Millington, N.J. Sociology Sociology Society 2,3,4 (secretory- treasurer 2,3) — Co-op Work Record: Fairfield Hills Hospital. 298 THEODORE BAKER, JR. 75 Bailey Rd., Watertown Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,3 - Judo Club 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord; MJ.T. Lob. BARBARA JANE BARNICLE 64 Summit St., So. Portland, Me. History History Club 3,4 — Hus-Skiers and Out- ing Club 1,2,3,4 (vice-president 3 — Women ' s Ski Team 1 . THOMAS BARRY 12 Lakeview Ave., Reading Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3 — S.A.M.E. 1- Rifle Club 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Lincoln Labs. KATHLEEN F. BELCHER 154 Pauline St., Winthrop English Delta Pi Alpha 2,3,4 -Husky Key 1,2 - Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4,5 (histori an 2, recording secretary 3, president 4) — Rifle Club 2,3 -Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. AHA BARBARA A. BERG 8 Piper St., Quincy Mathematics Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 5) — Student Union 1,2,3 — Gamma Delta 1 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., M.I.T. RICHARD D. BERGMAN 176 Washington St., Brighton History Young Republicans 3,4,5 (president 5) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald- Traveler. DONALD F. BATES 72 Symphony Rd., Boston English Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — English Honors Program 4,5 — The Academy 5 — Pi Sigma Alpha 3,4, 5 - Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 (colum- nist 3,4,5) - CAULDRON 4,5 (literary editor 5)-N.U. WRITER 2,3,4,5 (edi- torial assistant 2, editor-in-chief 3,4,5) — ' Mozz Northeastern " 3 — Jazz Soci- ety 1,2,3,4,5 (president executive board 2,3,4,5) — Pegasus Poetry Soci- ety 2,3,4,5 (chairman 3,4,5) - J500 Newspaper Fund, Inc. Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: The Patriot Ledger, N.U. Press Bureau. EDWARD E. BEDELL Poplar Ridge, N.Y. Physics Nu Epsilon Zeta 2,3,4,5 — American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,5 — Ameri- can Rocket Society 1 ,2 — Student Union 4,5 — Interfraternity Sports 4,5 — Co- op Work Record: Cornell University, M.I.T. Lob. NEZ ALICE R. BERMAN 3 Lenore Ave., Monsey, N.Y. History Theto Sigma Tau 2,3,4 — I. S.C. repre- sentative 3 (treosurer 4) — Dean ' s List 3 -Student Union 1,2-Hillel 1 - Girls ' Basketball Team 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: John HoncockMutuol Life Insurance Co. esT CYNTHIA E. BIRNE 38 Walker St., Quincy Mathematics Student Union 1,2,3 — Omega Sigma 1 — Co-op Work Record: Pickard Burns, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Sanders Associates, Inc. 299 BA RBARA S. BLOMGREN 54 Norman Rd., Melrose English Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Omega Sigma 1, 2,3,4,5 — American Institute of Physics 1 —Band 1,2,3,4,5 (assistant librarian 1,2, librarian 3,4) - Hus-Skiers 2,3,4,5 -Yacht Club 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 4, commodore 5, letter, captain women ' s team 2,3,4,5)— Co-op Work Record: Medford Public Library. DENIS J. BOGAN 1 1 Eustis Ave,, Wakefield Chemistry American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 (In- tercollegiate Representative 4, vice- president 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Varsity Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (letter 4) -Varsity Track 1,2,3,4 (letter 4) - Co-op Work Record: Borden Chemical Co. CAROLE E. BOYNTON 229 Academy Ave., Weymouth Sociology N.U. Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 2,3, president 5) — Socio- logy Club 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Silver Masque 4, 5 — Sociology-Anthropology Award 1964 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center, Bureau of Social Science Research, United Community Services. DAVID C. BRAINARD Westbrook, Conn. Physics Phi Alpha Rho 2,3,4,5 - Freshman Honor List — American Institute of Phys- ics 4,5 — Class Cabinet 1,2,3,5 — Stu- dent Center Committee 3 — U. S. Navy Scholarship 1,5 — N.U. Alumni Associ- ation Conn. Scholarship 2 — Co-op Work Record: U. S. Navy Underwater Sound Lab. 4 AP PAUL T. BOGHOSIAN, JR. 26 Shore Rd., Belmont Political Science Dean ' s List 4 — Young Conservatives 3,4,5 — History Club 3,4 — Internation al Relations Club 1,2,3 - Student Un ion 1 —Young Republicans 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 5, delegate to Mass Council of Young Republicans 4) - Table Tennis Club 1,2,3,4 (presidents 4) -Tennis 2,3,4,5 - Basketball 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Pistorino Co. Loomis, Sayles Co., Inc., Thorn McAn Shoe Co. PRISCILLA R. BOGLE 29 Dexter St., Peabody 6 o ogy Delta Pi Alpha 3,4,5 - Student Council 3 — Gamma Delta 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hos- pital. ADA MARIE BUCKLEY 43 Cedar St., Lexington Political Science Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4 - CAULDRON 4 — Newman Club 1,2,3,4 (chairman activities, publicity 2,3) — Conserva- tives Club 2,3 — Senior Week Commit- tee — Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. DAVID S. BUONAGURIO 41 Adams PI., Yonkers, N.Y. Sociology Theto Rho Epsilon — Sociology Club 3, 4 — Psychology Club 4,5 — Student Un- ion 2,3 — Intramural Basketball — Co- op Work Record: Alexander ' s Dept. Store. epE 300 KENNETH I. BOYCE 143 Mass. Ave., Boston English -Journalism Phi Alpha Rho 1,2,3,4,5 - Northeast- ern NEWS (re-write editor 2, news editor 3, managing editor 4, editor-in- chief 5, NEWS Achievement Award 3, 4,5)- CAULDRON 4,5 (R.O.T.C. edi- tor 4, senior history editor 5) — The COLLEGIAN 5 (associate editor 5) - Student Council 2,3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2, 3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student) — Counter Guerilla Group3 — William P. Cavanaugh Memorial Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Milford Daily News, N.U. Press Bureau, Employers ' Group of Insurance Companies. ANNE M. BURNEH 26 Gulliver St., Milton English -Journalism Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Gamma Delta 1,2, 3 (middler representatives) - CAULD- RON 4,5 (editor-in-chief 5) - North- eastern NEWS 4,5 - Band 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Silver Masque 1 ,2,3,4,5 (make-up chief 3,4, props 3) — Sailing Club 2,3 — Co- op Work Record: Hermetite Corp., N.U. Chemistry Dept., Boston Public Library, Horizon House, Inc. ANN MARIE BUTLER 25 Fremont St., Winthrop English -Journalism Alpha Psi Omega 4,5 — Jazz Club 1 — Gamma Delta 1 - CAULDRON 5 - Sil- ver Masque 2,3,4,5 — Chorus 1,2,3 — Student Council 2,3 - Co-op Work Rec- ord; Lynn Item, N.U., Boston Globe, Mass. General Hospital. RAYMOND D. CADY 1 North Rd., Southington, Conn. Economics Phi Gamma Pi 2,3,4,5 (secretary 5) - Economics Club 3,4,5- Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Hartford Rede- velopment Agency. 4 rn ELIZABETH A. CALYER 916 Bernard Rd., Peekskill, N.Y. Political Science Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Dormitory (vice- president 4, Judicial Board 4) — Inter- national Relations Club 5 — Husky Key 1 ,2 — Co-op Work Record: Federal Power Commission, Boston Redevelop- ment Authority. JANICE E. CAMPBELL 122 Rand Ter., Auburndale English Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 - Academy 4,5 - Chorus 4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — English Honors Program 4,5 — Northeastern NEWS 3,4 - N.U. WRITER 4 -Co-op Work Record: Brookline Chronicle-Citizen, Boston Public Library, N.U. Press Bureau. EDWARD G. CAHILL 21 Brentwood Rd., Woburn Physics Dean ' s List 3 - Student Union 1 ,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3) — American Institute of Physics 1,3,4,5 (president 5) - Folk Dance Society 2,3,4,5 (president 5) — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. Re- search Lob. JOHN J. CARROLL 92 Kernwood Dr., Lynn Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha 3,4,5 (president 5) — History Club 1 (secretary 1 ) — Co-op Work Record: Richdale Dairy Stores, Inc. GEORGE E.CALEDONIA 40 Loring St., Hyde Park Physics Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. JOAN M. CHASE 125 Pine St., Quincy English -Journalism Gamma Delta 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bonk, The Patriot Ledger. JAMES CALVERT 1 1 5 Emerald Rd., Springfield Economics Dean ' s List 4 - A. I. I.E. 2,3 — Economics Association 4,5 (president 5) — Com- mittee of 100 2,3 -Co-op Work Rec- ord: Western Wire Steel Corp. EVAN P. CHICKUS 19 Oliver St., Lowell Physics Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2,4 — American Institute of Physics 1 ,2,3,4, 5 (vice-president 3, president 4) — Phi- losophy Club 4,5 — Regional Scholar- ship 1 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., Itek. JOHN P. CHRISTOPHER 7 Russell St., Beverly Chemistry Co-op Work Record; Borden Chemical Co. VIRGINIA A. CLOSE 59MerrittRd., Riverside, R.I. Biology NU Beta Society 1,2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 2 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Dormi- tory Council 1 —Co-op Work Record: New England Center Hospital, Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary. DENNIS V. CHRISTO 19 Wood St., W. Boylston Political Science Phi Gamma Pi 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4, 5 — Pershing Rifles 1,2,3 — Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Worcester Five Cents Savings Bank, General Motors Corp., Cadillac Div. ALLAN R. COHEN 14 Livingstone St., Dorchester A tot iemofics Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4,5 — Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Carl S. Ell Scholarship — Co-op Work Rec- ord: The MITRE Corp. AEn MARY DENISE CIOLKOSZ 1 2 Bonk Ave., Hingham Mathematics American Institute of Physics 1 — Ger- man Club 2 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 3 — Newman Club 1 — Co-op Work Record: Allied Research Assoc, Sylvanic Electronic Products Inc. BERNARD L. COHEN 26 Greenwood St., Dorchester Sociology Rifle Club 2 -Co-op Work Record: Boston State Hospital. KIMBERLY M. CLARK 1615 Tremont St., Boston History Freshman Honor List— Dean ' s List 4 — International Relations Club 4 — Modern Dance 1 ,2,3 — Dormitory (sec- retary 4) — Girls ' Basketball Team 2 — Cheerleader 2 — Girls ' Tennis Tourna- ment 1 - Co-op Work Record: Ohr- boch ' s Dept. Store, Library of Congress, Dept. of Health, Education Welfare, Boston Public Library. JAMES M. CLIFFORD 15 Porkton Rd., Boston Political Science International Relations Club 2,3,4,5. ROBERT I. COHEN 1 15 Circuit Rd.,Medford Mofhemofics Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 4, executive board member at large 5) -Northeastern NEWS 1,2-Jazz So- ciety 1,2 -R.O.T.C. 1,2- Interfroter- nity Sports 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Mitre Corp. AEn PAUL E. COOKE 19 Baker Rd., Everett Physics Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. 302 RUTH S. COOPERSTEIN 44 Whitney Rd., Newtonville Political Science Dean ' s List 1,2,3 - Pi Sigma Alpha 3,4 (historian 4) — Northeastern NEWS 1 — Student Union 1 ,2 — German Club 2 - Co-op Work Record: Tufts Medical Library. KEVIN F. COSTELLO 37 Myrtle St., Lowell Sociology Dean ' s List - Sociology Society 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Hanscom A.F. Base. JACQUEUNE C. COHE 3 Johnson Rd., Saugus English Theta Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (pledge mother 4) — I.S.C. representative 5) - Fresh- man Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — The Academy 4,5 - Student Union 1 ,2, 3,4,5 — Newman Club 1 — Omega Sig- ma 1 — Committee of 100 3,4 (co-chair- man 4) - Northeastern NEWS 2,3 (li- brarian 2,3) — Class Board 4,5 (vice- president 4, secretary 5) - Class Repre- sentative 2 - Husky Key 3,4,5 - Senior Week Committee (plaque chairman) - Woman of Year Committee 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe, John Han- cock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Maiden High School. eST ROBERT D. CROAHI 57 Clement Ave., W. Roxbury Political Science Phi Beta Alpha 3,4,5 (secretary 5) - Husky Key 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3, president 4,5) - Husky Hi-Liters 4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4 -Counter Guerilla Group 3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Tuck- er, Anthony R. L. Day. $BA BRUCE E. CROCKFORD 9 Edgewood Dr., Ashland Sociology R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Mobil Oil Co. GERARD J. CRONIN 2139 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester Political Science Theta Rho Epsilon 4,5 — International Relations Club 3,4 — Young Democrats 1 ,2 — Track 3,4 (manager 3,4) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. epE DANIEL JAMES COUGHLIN 19 Laldey Rd., Quaker Hill, Conn. Psychology Co-op Work Record: Norwich Hospital. PAUL F. COWAN 227 Blue Hills Pkwy., Milton English -Journalisn Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4,5 (chaplain 4, pledgemaster 5, Marvin Guttin Schol- arship Award 4, Grand Council Extra- curricular Key 5) — Dean ' s List 5 — Stu- dent Council 3,4,5 (president 5) — Class Board 1,2,3 (ex-officio 1,2,3) — Husky Key 3,4,5 - Northeastern NEWS 2,3,4,5 - Debate Council 1,2,3,4,5 (president 2,3,4) - Rifle Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Student-Faculty Committee on Regulations and Disci- pline 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: N.U. Center for Continuing Education, Fair- field State Hospital. TE$ FRANCIS X. CROWLEY 18 Bayside St., Dorchester History History Club 3,4 - Biology Club 3- Co-op Work Record: Boston Redevel- opment Authority. RICHARD C. CURRIER 17 Hidden Rd., Andover History History Club 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Charlestown Savings Bonk. GERALD H. CUTLER 10 A St., Whitinsville Sociology Sociology Club 3,4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Westborough State Hospital. ANN T. DONOVAN 95 Highland Rd., Somerville Sociology Theta Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 5) — Sociology Club 3,4,5 (treasurer 4,5) — Newman Club 1,2,3 (treasurer 2) — Co-op Work Record: First National Bank of Arlington, Wash- ington, D.C., Social Science Bureau, U. S. Army Rehabilitation Research In- stitute. esT CONSTANCE M, DeMAKES 26 Auburndale Rd., Marblehead English Dean ' s List 3 -Medallion 3 — Silver Masque 2,3,4 — International Relations Club 1,2,3 (secretory-treasurer 1,2). FREDERICK DOOE 175 Park Ave., Arlington Political Science Co-op Work Record: Robbins Library. DAVID C. DEMPSTER 76 Alban St., Dorchester Political Science ANTHONY D. DiMATTEO 43 Florence St., Roslindale History History Club 3,4 - Band 3,4 - Bowling Team 4. MAUREEN E. DORION 19 Colebrook St., S. Boston History Delta Pi Alpha 5 - Dean ' s List 3,4,5- Academy 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library, Federal Power Commission, National Park Service of Massachusetts. All A JOHN P. DRISCOLL 1 1 Union St., Concord Mathematics Dean ' s List 1 - Math Club 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Alumni Scholarship 1 — Co-op Work Record: General Radio Co. ROBERTA J. DiSALVO 28 Burnhom St., Somerville Biology Delta Pi Alpha 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 4, president 5) — Freshman Honor List - Nu Beta 4,5 -Gamma Delta 1,2 (Freshman Representative 1, corres- ponding secretary 2) — Class Cabinet 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston City Hospital. AHA DAVID M. D ' UNGER 5 Redmond Ave., No. Reading Physics American Institute of Physics 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 3, vice-president 4) — Phi- losophy Club 5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. 304 KATHRYN M. DUNLOP 64 Yale Acres Rd.,Meriden, Conn. Biology Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 (vice-president 4) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 3, 4 — Intersorority Council 3 — Newman Club 1 ,2,5 - Biology Club 1 ,2,3,5 - Re- gional Scholarship — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Comm. of Moss. — Dept. of Public Health-Virus Lab. Kez iPr — MICHAEL P. FECHER 1824 Twain St., Baldwin, N.Y. Physics Dean ' s List 1 - American Institute of Physics 1,2,3 — Underwater Society 1, 2 — Trustee Scholarship — Co-op Work Record: Pall Corp., Avco Corp. MARGARET G. DURNING 59 NorthbourneRd., JamaicoPlain Sociology Dean ' s List 1,4,5 — Sociology Society 3, 4 (secretary 5) Northeastern NEWS 1 - Husky Key 2,3 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Manpower Inc. HARVEY E. FISCHLER 1 07 Queensberry St., Boston Mat iemati ' cs Dean ' s List 2 - Student Union 1,2- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: An- elex Corp., Boston Herald-Traveler, Re- search Calculations, Inc., Westwood Public Schools. SUZANNE ANDREE EGLI 23542 Military Rd., Dearborn, Mich. M athematics Society of Women Engineers 2,3,4,5— Underwater Society 1,2,3,4,5— Yacht Club 1,2-Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Lab., Wentworth Institute, Hanscom A.F. Base. WALTER J. FISHER 24 Hamilton St., Dorchester Political Science Northeastern NEWS 2,3 -Young Democrats 1 —International Relations Club 2,3,4 -R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co- op Work Record: Interstate Commerce Commission. JEFFREY H. EVERSON 110 Pike St., So. Weymouth Physics American Institute of Physics3,4 (treas urer 4) — Co-op Work Record: Ail Force Cambridge Research Lobs. JOHN FITZPATRICK 26 Lake Ave., Woburn Biology Biology Club 1 — Student Council 2,3, 4,5 (secretary 4) - Faculty Committee on Regulations and Discipline 5. RITA L. FAIRBROTHER RFD Kingston, N.H. Mathematics President ' s Award for Scholastic Stand- ing 1,2,3,4 — Silver Masque 1 —New- man Club 1— Junior Ring Award — Co-op Work Record: Cunningham Jr. High. ANNE C. FLECCHIA 22 Lewis St., Lynn Psychology Dean ' s List 1 ,2,3,4 - Academy 4,5 - Chi Pi Epsilon Sorority 3,4,5 (historian 4, president 5) - Husky Key 3,4,5- Psychology Club 3 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Boston State Hospital, Army Re- search Institute of Environmental Medi- cine, Sylvania Electronic System. xnE EDWARD A. FLOWERS 240 Harvard Circle, Newtonville Political Science International Relations Club 4,5 — Football 1- Track 1,2,3,4 (Most Im- proved Player 3, captain 4) — Cross Country 4. ARNOLD I. FRIEDMAN 247 Norfolk St., Dorchester English Dean ' s List 4 — Freshman Representa- tive I - Northeastern NEWS 1,2,3,4 -Hillel 4,5- Track 1. JOHN T. FLOYD 302 Randolph St., S. Weymouth Economics R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5-Pershing Rifles 1,2, 3,4— (finance officer)— Counter-Guerilla Group 3,4— Co-op Work Record: Lumberman ' s Insurance Co. MARTIN J. FLYNN 50 Tobin Ct., Boston Political Science Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 - U.S. Air Force Veteran 1956-60 - Co-op Work Record: Interstate Com- merce Commission, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. THERESA FRIEDMAN 167 E. 67th St., New York, N.Y. Sociology -Anth ropology Dean ' s List 3,4— Northeastern NEWS 1— Pegasus Poetry Society 2— Sociology Club 3,4 (secretary 4)— Sociology-An- thropology Paper Award 3. RONALD R. FRIZZELL 153 Villa St., Walthom Sociology Husky Hi-Liters 2,3 (president 3) — So- ciology Society4,5 - WNEU 3,4,5 (sta- tion manager 3,4,5) — Underwater So- ciety 1,2,3- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Servo Control Co. ROBERT W. FOSTER 25 Union St., Natick Economics R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Finance Club — Varsity Basketball 2 — Co-op Work Record: Co- lonial Distributors. THOMAS P. FULTON Old Providence Rd., Sutton Chemistry Dean ' s List 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Radio Corp. of America. NICHOLAS J. FOUNDAS 191 Lake St., Brighton History Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 - The Academy 4,5 - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3, 4,5 (Distinguished Military Student4,5) — Co-op Work Record: Boston Travel- er, Boston Globe. PATRICIA A. GANNON 3 Corlida Rd., Melrose Biology Delta Pi Alpha 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Lohey Clinic. AHA GERARD W, GAWALT 17 Dayhill Rd., Framingham His for Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - History Club 1 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3,4,5 (Distinguished Military Student 5) - Co-op Work Record; Milford News, Worcester Telegram, Gazette. PHILIP J. GRACEFFA 20 Beech St., Newton Chemistry Co-op Work Record; Retina Founda- tion. VINCENT A. GEMELLARO 182 High St., N. Andover Chemistry American Chemical Society 4,5 — Co- op Work Record; General LatexChem- ical Corp., N.U. Chemistry Dept. BARBARA A. GERSON 28 Grafton Ave., E. Milton English Silver Masque 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bonk. RUTH M. GREEN 164 Train St., Dorchester Biology Delta Pi Alpha 2,3,4,5 (historian 4, pledge mother 5) — Gamma Delta 1,2, 3 -Biology Club 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record; New England Deaconess Hos- pital, New England Center Hospital. AHA MYRON A. GREENBERG 3 Bacon PI., Newton Upper Falls Political Science International Relations Club 3,4,5 — Hillel 2,3 - Co-op Work Record; Bos- ton Herald-Traveler. WILLIAM A. GLAVIN 93 Moulton St., Lynn English -Journo ism Journalism Society 4,5 (presidents)- Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 (news edi- tor 4,5) — Co-op Work Record; Boston Globe. ALAN B. GREENGLASS 24 Highland St., Revere Physics Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. ANN E. GORDON 279 Upham St., Melrose English -Journalism Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Academy 4,5 - Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 (feature re- write 3,5) - Art Club2,3 - Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 4,5 (secretary 4,5) -G.E. College Bowl 4 - Co-op Work Record: Melrose Free Press. ANGELA M. GRETA 846 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington Psychology Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Psychology Society 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record; Retina Foundation. 307 JOHN J. GUINANE 253 Pleasant St., Arlington Political Science R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5-Co-op Work Record: City of Boston— Water Dept. JOAN Z. HARRINGTON 138 Meridian St., E, Boston Modem Languages Omega Sigma 1,2,3 (historian 1) — Spanish Club 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 4) - Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Li- brary. ADELE M. HALL 191 Granger St., Rutland, Vt. English Dean ' s List 1 ,3 - Band 1 ,2,3,4 - Silver Masque 3 — Co-op Work Record: Ver- mont Transit Co., Alfred Politz Research Inc. HARRY W. HALLMAN P.O. Box 17, Wousau, Fla. Sociology Sociology Club 3,4 (president 4) — R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Scabbard and Blade 4,5 — Counter Guerilla Group3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Moss. Men- tal Health Center, PAUL E. HARROP 265 FreeloveSt., Fall River Econom ' cs Northeastern NEWS 3 - Student Un- ion 2,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5-Co-op Work Record: H. P. Lambert Co., Fed- eral Power Commission, Chase Man- hattan Bank. SAMUEL HART, JR. 379 Coggeshall St., Fall River Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. Re- search Lab., M.I.T., Raytheon Co. ROBERT L. HARDING 60 Hamden Circle, Quincy Political Science Phi Sigma Kappa — Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 -Class Board 5 -Student Council 5 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (Distin- guished Military Student) — Counter Guerilla Group 4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Powers, Hall, Montgomery Weston. i SK ANN G. HAVICE 178 Goden St., Belmont English Yacht Club 1 -Student Union 1,2,3,4 — Chapel Choir 1 ,2,3,4 — International Relations Club 2 - Rifle Club 1 - Hus- Skiers Club 1 . ROBERT F. HARRIS 57 East St., Great Barrington Economics Economics Society 4 (president 4) — Co-op Work Record: Berkshire Bank and Trust Co., Chase Manhattan Bank. NORMAN F. HEGGIE 14 Jackson St., No. Adams Political Science Rifle Club 1 — International Relations Club 1,2,3 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Berkshire Bank Trust Co. 308 FREDERICK A. HIRE 1 12 School St., Waltham Sociology Sociology Club 2,3,4,5 — Jazz Society 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: R. T. Lyman Est., Walter E. Fernald State School, Decision Sciences Lab., Hanscom A.F. Base. B » «.• ' " STEPHEN M. KANE 53 Lawton St., Brookline Pre -medical Biology Club 2 — Intramural Sports 1. BEVERLY A. HOOPER 21 Esmond St., Dorchester Biology Dean ' s List 1,2,4 — The Academy 4 - Biology Club 2,3 - History Club 3,4 - Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Mallory Institute of Pathology. (HI JERROID M. KASHUCK 56 Ormond St., Mottapan Psychology Hillel 1 —Psychology Society 1,2 — Husky Key 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Stole Hospital. JOHN B. HOOPER 49 Moraine St., Brockton Chemistry American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 (president 5) — I.C.S. representative 4 -R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp., Research Lab. ANN G. HOROWITZ 29 Riverside Dr., Tiverton, R.I. Biology NU Beta Society 2,3,4,5 — Omega Sig- ma 1,2,3,4,5 — Folk Dancing Society 4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: New England Medical Center. NATHAN I. KATZEN 15 Wiltshire Rd., Brighton Political Science Dean ' s List 3 - Hillel 1,2,3,4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: Jor- dan Marsh Co. JOHN J. KEARNEY 71 Trefton Dr., Braintree Physics Co-op Work Record: Employer ' s Group of Insurance Co ' s. CONSTANCE T. JAKUBOWICZ 248 Rogers St., Lowell Chemistry Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 — American Chemical Society 5 (secretary 5) — Stu- dent Union 2,3 (secretary 3) — Dormi- tory (treasurer 3) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Retina Foundation. KGS ARTHUR J. KEEFE 207 Carroll Ave., Islington Mathematics Dean ' s List 1 — Freshman representa- tive-Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe. ALLEN S. KENT 31 BurbankSt., Boston Economics Economics Club 3,4— Sociology Club 2— intramural Sports 4. GERDAS KOLESNIKAS 22 Rowena St., Boston History History Club — International Relations Club - Tennis Club - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2. BARBARA F. LaFLAMME 140 Line St., Cambridge Political Science Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5— Dean ' s List -CAULDRON 4-Senior Week Com- mittee—Co-op Work Record: N.U. MARIE E. LaRIVIERE East St., Middleton Modern Languages French Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Hcnscom Air Force Base. JOAN A. KRYSTOCK 172 Valley View Dr., Meriden, Conn. Chemistry Koppo Theta Xi 3,4,5 — Freshman Hon- or List— Dean ' s List 3,4 — American Chemical Society 5 (I.C.S. representa- tive 5) - CAULDRON 5 - Co-op Work Record: American Cyonamid Co. Kes JUDITH M. LEACROFT 7 Esmond Ave., MelroseHighlands Biology Delta Pi Alpha 2,3,4,5 - Biology Club 1 ,2,3,4 - Rifle Club 1 - Omega Sigma 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 1 —Co-op Work Record: Lohey Clinic. AHA ANDRE P. LaCROIX 201 WrenthamRd.,So.Bellingham Physics Student Union 2 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp. JOSEPH G. LeFAVE 16 Lake St., Wakefield Mathematics Husky Key 1 -R.O.T.C. 1. MARIE L. LENOS 6 Bowser Rd., Lexington History History Club 3 — International Rela- tions Club 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM LINDAUER 2775 Norris Ave,, Bronx, N.Y. English Northeastern NEWS 4,5-Co-op Work Record: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith Inc., The New York Times, Wor- cester Telegram-Gazette. 310 JOHN A. LINDSAY 36 Blantyre Rd., Maiden English Christian Fellowship 3,4,5 (president 4,5) — Co-op Work Record: Loomis Sayles and Co., Inc. MARY E. MacDONALD 15 Ferguson PI., Woburn Englis i - Journo ism Theta Sigma Tau 4,5 (recording secre- tary 5) - Northeastern NEWS 1,2,3 - Class Cabinet 2,3,4,5 — Senior Week Committee (co-chairman 5) — Newman Club 1 -Committee of 100 2,3- Co- op Work Record: Woburn Public Library. esT ELLEN V. LOEHR 27 Oak St., Westwood Biology Kappa Theto Xi 3,4,5 - Co- Record: Lahey Clinic. Kes Work ANNA S. LOMBARA 152 Vinton St., Melrose Biology Freshman Honor List — Omega Sigma 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Lying-in Hospital. CAROL D. MALCHMAN 38 Bow Rd., Newton Centre Sociology Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4 — Silver Masque 1,2 (council mem- ber 3,4) - NEWS Award - " Best Actress " 1 — Co-op Work Record: Hudson Guild Counseling Service. MARILYN J. MARCHESE 31 Holmes Cir., Formington, Conn. Psychology Theta Sigma Tau 2,3,4 — Dean ' s List 2, 3 (Honors Program in Psychology) — Student Union 1,2. esT BRIAN MacDONALD 15 Otis Ave., Dedham Economics Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — Northeastern NEWS 3,4 (advertising manager 3,4) - CAULDRON 4- International Rela- tions Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Deran Confectionery Co., Inc., U. S. Dept. of Labor. JOANNE M. MACDONALD 1810 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Medical Technology Koppo Theta Xi 3,4,5 (pledge mother 5) — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — Student Union 2,3,4 — Medical Technology Club 2,3,4,5 (president 3) — Biology Club 2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: New Eng- land Deaconess Hospital. Kes JOHN A. MARSHALL 256 Hart St., New Britain, Conn. English International Relations Club 3 — His- tory Club 3 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 3,4 - Northeastern NEWS 4- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Varsity Track 2,3. THOMAS E. MARTIN 40 Plymouth St., Cambridge English Alpha Kappa Sigma 3,4,5 (sports chair- man 4,5) - Rifle Club 1 - Basket ball 2, 3,4 (Most Improved Player, President ' s Award Chair) — Co-op Work Record: N.U., Cabot Corp., Employers Group Insurance Co. ANGELA C. MAUCERI 33 Tappan St., Melrose Medical Technology Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 - Academy 4,5 - Omega Sigma 1 — Medical Technology Club 3,4,5 - Biology Club 1,2,3 - Co- op Work Record: New England Baptist Hospital. IRENE M. McHUGH 5 Hillcrest St., Saugus Biology Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 - Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Academy 4,5 — Medical Technol- ogy Club 3,4,5 - Biology Club 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. MARCIA MAY 35 Park St., Brandon, Vt. English Silver Masque 2,3 — Northeastern NEWS 3 -Co-op Work Record: Nick- erson Home. AGNES D. McLaughlin 40 Fairmont Ave., Wolthom Sociology Dean ' s List 3 — Sociology Club 4,5 — Gamma Delta 1,2 — Student Union 4 — Newman Club 4,5 - History Club 1,2, 3,4,5 (chairman 4) - Band 1,2,3,4,5- Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Li- brary, Jordan Marsh Co., Metropolitan State Hospital, McLean Hospital. BEniE A. MERCIER 149 Hollis Ave., Brointree Mafhemof cs Co-op Work Record: Weymouth Art Leather Co., Mass. General Hospital. KATHLEEN E. MOREY 390 Riverway, Boston Political Science Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 4, president 5) — Ski Team 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Globe, Pistorino and Co. JOHN A. McDonnell 1 1 Moraine St., Jamaica Plain English Alpha Psi Omega 4,5 — Silver Masque 1,2,3,4,5 (production manager 2,3,4) - A.F.C.E.A. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Fairfield State Hospital, United Press International, Cabot Corp. DAVID J. MORIARTY 82 Prichard Ave., S. Somerville English Dean ' s List 3,4-S.N.E.A. 1,2,3,4,5 (vice-president 5) — Newman Club 2,3, 5 - Husky Key 2,3 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Tutts Medical-Dental School. DAVID E. McGREENERY 377 Summer St., Manchester Physics Academy 4,5— Freshman Representa- tive 1 — President ' s Award 2 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. Instrumentation Lab. SANDRA LOISELLE MORRISON 111 Pork Dr., Boston Sociology Student Union 1 ,2,3,4,5 — Sociology Club 5 — Co-op Work Record: Bureau of Social Science Research. ALEXANDER B. MULHOLLAND, JR. 79 East St., Ipswich Physics American Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — Huskiers and Outing Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Holey Aldrich Inc., Avco Corp., R D Div. WILLIAM O. NIEMI P.O. Box 52 R.F.D., Greenville, N.H. Biology Biology Club 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Medical Lab., Inc., Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. PAUL H. MURPHY 59 Edgewoter Dr., Quincy Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. PETER C. MUSE 16 Mountain Ave., Wakefield English R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Cabot Corp. ROBERT F. NUNES 40 Nipmuc Rd., Framingham Economics R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 -Pershing Rifles 1, 2,3,4,5 (drill officer 3, commanding officer 5) — Co-op Work Record: Assa- bet Savings Institution, Wellesley Plan- ning Board. BLANCE M. OCZKOWSKI 205 Billerica Rd., Chelmsford Chemistry American Chemical Society 4,5 (secre- tary 5) — Folk Dance Society 2,3 — Co- op Work Record: Key Polymer Corp., Skinner Sherman Co., Inc. RONALD J. NELSON 544Trapelo Rd., Belmont Economics Dean ' s List 2,4 - Philosophy Club 5 - Table Tennis Club 1 — Dance Band 1 — Freshman Basketball — Co-op Work Record; Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, N.U. Development Office. ARLENE G. NERPOUNI 61 Elk St., Watertown Medical Technology Kappa Theto Xi 3,4,5- NU Beta Soci- ety 3,4,5 - Biology Club 2,3,4,5- Medical Technology Club 3,4,5 (secre- tary-treasurer 4,5) — Omega Sigma 1, 2 -Student Union 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: New England Baptist Hospital. MARY O ' NEIL 37 Jefferson St., White Plains, N.Y. English Section Representative 1. GEORGE R. OSTER 130 Cleveland Ave., Brointree Mathematics Bond 1- R.O.T.C. 1,2 - Co-op Work Record: Research Calculations Corp., Pickard Burns Inc. SYLVIA J. PAPAZIAN 26 Kimball Rd., Watertown Modern Languages Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Academy 4,5 — German Club 1 — Choral Society 1 — Co-op Work Record: Coca-Cola Bot- tling Co., Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. WILLIAM G. PAPPAS 278 Perban St., W. Roxbury Pre -Dental NU Beta Society 2,3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 3, president 4) — New England Biological Conference 4 — Rifle Club 1 , 2 — Co-op Work Record; Boston Medi- cal Lab., Inc. JOYCE T. PARKER 86 Berkeley St., Boston B;o og Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Academy 4,5 — Omega Sigma 2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hospital. NICHOLAS A. PETIT 133 Bedford St., Nev Bedford English ik DONALD L. PHARES 188 Durnal Ave., Roslindale Economics Tau Epsilon Phi— Freshman Honor List —Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5— Honors Program in Economics— Student Union 1,2,— Rifle Club 1,2-Auto Club 4,5-R.O.T.C. 1,2 —Co-op Work Record: Loomis, SaylesS. Co., Inc. TE4 YVAN R. PILETTE 248 Watertown St., Newton Chemistry American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 (president 5) - Rifle Club 1,2 -Judo Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Skin- ner Sherman Co., Inc. ANDREW T. PAWLAK 40 Lawrence St., Wilmington Economics Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Academy 4,5 — Economics Club 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Victory Maintenance Co. PETER J. POLITO 14 Ossipee Rd., Somerville Physics Dean ' s List 3,4,5 — The Academy 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: M.I.T. KENNETH W. PETERSON 16 Nelson Ave., Beverly Mathematics Dean ' s List 2,3 — American Institute of Physics 1,2 - R.O.T.C. 1,2-Avco Corp., R D Div. ARTHUR PARKER POOLE 14 Oakledge St., Arlington Sociology Phi Alpha Rho 2,3,4,5 (pledgemaster 4) — Dean ' s List 3 — Sociology Society 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 3, president 4) — International Relations Club 1 — N.U. Agitator 1 -R.O.T.C. 1,2-I.F.C. Soft- ball 2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: De- cision Sciences Lab., L. G. Hanscom A.F.B. i AP BARBARA E. PRIME 24 Church Ave., Elmwood Medico Technology Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 (treasurer 4,5) — Medical Technology Club 2,3,4,5 — Stu- dent Union 2,3 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3, 4,5 -Biology Club ) ,2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hospital. PAUL A. ROBERTS 39 Washburn Ave., Auburndale Political Science International Relations Club 2,3,4,5 (president 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counter Guerilla Group 3,4,5 — N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 3,4,5. KENNETH A. PULEO 62 Plainfield Ave., Maiden English! -Journalism Dean ' s List 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Donnelly Advertising Co. MICHAEL L. ROBBINS 22 Evergreen Ave., Hartford, Conn. Political Science Sailing Club 4 - Rifle Club 1,2,3,4- Sociology Club 3,4 — Foreign Policy Association 3,4. RICHARD W. QUINDLY Webster St., Hanover Mathematics Dean ' s List — Mathematics Honors Pro- gram — Co-op Work Record: Research Calculations. " 1F CATHERINE MARY ROCHE 17 Tours Ave., Medford A tat iemotics Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Academy 4,5 — American Institute of Physics 1 — Ome- ga Sigma 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Avco Corp. JANET A. RAPOSA 66 Forest St., Attleboro 6io ogy Freshman Honor List — Biology Club 1 , 2,3,4,5 (secretary 4,5) — StudentUnion 3,4,5 (vice-president 5) — Omega Sig- ma 1,2 — Silver Masque 1 —Co-op Work Record: Sturdy Memorial Hospi- tal. JEANNE RICHARDSON 17 Swan Lane, Lexington Biology Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 4 — N.U. Beta Society 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 1 ,2) — Co-op Work Record: Huntington Memorial Lab. JUDITH B. ROSENTHAL 49 Pearl Ave., Winthrop Medical Technology Dean ' s List 1 ,3,4,5 - Kappa Theto Xi 4, 5 - Medical Technology Club 2,3,4,5 - Biology Club 3,4,5 - OmegaSigma 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: New England Baptist Hospital. KGE ALLAN J. RUBIN 1 18 Boinbridge St., Maiden Physics American Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Compo Chemical Co., Ideal Lab Inc., Raytheon Co. STUART L. SANTOS 149 Circuit Ave., Oak Bluffs Biology Dean ' s List 4 - Biology Club 1,2,3,4,5 - Student Union 1,2- Rifle Club 1 ,2,3 —Intramural Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: AngellMemorial Animal Hospital. THOMAS A. SGROI 1 1 6 Harvard St., Medford Political Science R.O.T.C. 1 ,2 - Co-op Work Record: W. N. Proctor Co. JOSEPH S. SCHOLNICK 6 Estobrook Rd., Swampscott History RITA C. SHARKEY 355 William St., Somerville, N.J. Psychology Husky Key 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Centre, Poly-Ab- rams Corp. BRUCE W. SCHRAFT 18 Wheatland Ave., Dorchester History History Club 4,5 (president 4) - Rifle Club 1,2 — Table Tennis 1,2 — Camera Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Wm. Fi- lenes Sons Co., N.U., Audio Visual Dept. ROBERT F. SHAW 107 Fuller St., Brookline History Band 1,2,3,4,5 (manager 2,3,4 — Cho- rus 1,2,3,4,5 - Canterbury Club 2,3,4, 5 (president 3) — Young Republicans 4 — Co-op Work Record: J. Walter Thompson Co., Moss. Mental Health Center, Employer ' s Group of Insur- ance Companies. RICHARD E. SEAVEY 96 Mill St., Westwood Physics Co-op Work Record: Hanscom A.F. Base., Research Calculations. REINHARD SIDOR 49 Pleasant St., Ayer Chemistry American Chemical Society 4,5 (treas- urer 5) -CAULDRON 2 - Camera Club 1,2,3,4,5 (president 1,2,3)- R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Hanscom A.F.B. ROSALYN L. SEGEL 38 Ramsheod St., Medford History History Club 3,4,5 (secretary 3, vice- president 4) — Class Board 5 (ex-officio) — Student Union 3,4,5 (secretary 3,4) — Hillel 2,3,4 (treasurer 2, secretary 4) — Co-op Work Record: Common- wealth of Mass. Governor ' s Office, United Fund, Pistorino and Co., Inc. STEVEN A. SILVERMAN 566 Norfolk St., Mottopan Chemistry American Chemical Society 2,3,4,5 (treasurer 5) — Class Board 4 (vice- president 4) - N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 1 -Stu- dent Union 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Tileston Hollingsworth Paper Co., Boston Medical Lab. EDWARD M. SILVERSTEIN 281 River Rd., Winthrop History Dean ' s List 3,4- History Club 2,3,4,5 — Commuters Club 5 (presidents) — R.O.T.C. 1,2. SHARON F. SNEIDER 277 Alfred St., Biddeford, Me. English Dean ' s List 3 - Northeastern NEWS 2 — German Club 2 — Modern Dance 1 . RONALD J. STERNBERG 50 Brightview Dr., W. Hartford, Conn. Political Science R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Varsity Crew 4- Co-op Work Record: V.A. Hospital. CHARLES B. STEWARD 92 Monument St., Medford History Dean ' s List 5 — International Relations Club 1,2 -R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5 (IstSgt. 4, executive commander 5) — Cfieer- leader 3,4,5 - History Club 1 ,2 - Hus- ky Key 3,4,5 - Band 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record; Lowell Redevelopment Autfiority. ROBERT L. SOPER 30 So. Hancock St., Revere Biology N.U. Beta Society 1 ,2,3,5 - Co-op Work Record: Lahey Clinic. ELSIE L. STOKES 33 Tyng St., Newburyport Biology Kappa Tfieta Xi 2,3,4,5 — Intersorority Council (president 5) — Dean ' s List 2 — Nu Beta Biological Society — Women ' s Dormitory (president 3) — Co-op Work Record: New England Deaconess Hos- pital, Leory Laboratories. DANIEL W. SOULE 44 Quint Ave., Allston History History Club 2,3,4,5. PETER J. SULLIVAN 96 Pearson Rd., Somerville Political Science International Relations Club 2,3,4,5 — Football 1 — Co-op Work Record: Houghton Mifflin Co. KAREN J. SOUSA 1 2 Tremont St., Maynard English S.N.E.A. 1 ,2,3,4 - Husky Key 1 ,2,3,4 - CAULDRON 4 -History Club 2,3,4- Young Liberals 3,4 — Student Union 2, 3 -Pegasus Poetry Society 2 -Silver Masque 2,3,4 - Studio Theater 2,3,4 - Sailing Club 1,2,3 - Jazz Society 2,3,4 — Sociology Club 2,3 — Fashion Coun- cil 2. SYLVIA A. SULUVAN 53 Rogers Rd., Portsmouth, N.H. Modern Languages Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 (Judiciary Board 5) - Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 - Academy 5 -S.N.E.A. 5- Spanish Club 3 - French Club 4 - Co- op Work Record: Boston Public Library, Comm. of Mass. - Archives Div., Swampscott School System. 317 DAVID D. SWIM 161 Marianna St., Lynn Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4, 5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. ROBERT E. TROUP 82 Alton Rd., Quincy History STUART M. TAYLOR 531 Eliot St., Milton Psychology Psychology Club 1,2,3,4,5 (president 4) — Table Tennis Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Curtis Publishing Co., Learning Foundations Institute, Inc., Teaching Systems Corp., Sperry Rand Research Center, Harvard School of Public Health. - i ANN R. TUCKER 250 Mill St., Randolph History Dean ' s List 1 ,2,3,4 — Pi Sigma Alpha 3, 4 — The Academy 4 — Gamma Delta 1 , 2,3,4 - History Club 1 ,2,3,4 - Hillel 3, 4 -Band 1,2,3,4 - Rifle Club 4. BRUCE F. TENNIS 1626 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Physics Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Academy 3,4 — Phi Kappa Phi 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Sylvanio Electric Products Inc. OSCAR C. ULMAN Riverside Ter., Guilford, Me. History Bond 1,3,4,5 -History Club 4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Boston State Hospital, The New York Times. MARIE E. TETI 68 Orchard St., Pittsfield Mathematics Society of Women Engineers 1,2,3,4, 5 — Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5 (secre- tary 2,4, treasurer 5, Achievement Award 4 — Folk Dance Society 5 — Co- op Work Record: United Aircraft Corp. Research Lab., Avco Corp Research Lab. MARIE E. THERRIEN 171 BortlettSt., Brockton Biology Dean ' s List 1,3 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3, 4,5 -Biology Club 1,2,3,4,5 - New- man Club 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: Brockton Hospital. KEVIN M. UPTON 7 Cottage Ave., Somerville English Northeastern NEWS 1,2,3,4 (sports editor 4) - CAULDRON 5 (executive editor 5) - R.O.T.C. 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Per- shing Rifles 3,4,5 (regimental com- mander 5) —Scabbard and Blade 3,4, 5 (public information officer) — Rifle Club 1 —Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler, Boston Globe, The Patriot Ledger. RICHARD L. VENA 141 Hamilton Ave., Quincy Biology NU Beta Society 3,4,5 (vice-president 4) - Rifle Club 1 ,2 - New England Bio- logical Conference 4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Medical Lob. Inc., Tufts University. 318 RUTH ANNE WALKER 266 West St., Reading Biology Kappa Theto Xi 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2,3,4,5 - Newman Club 1,2,3,4,5 - Dormitory Assistant 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. General Hospital. KQZ STERLING A. WALL 54 Harvard St., Brookline His for History Club - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- Counfer Guerilla Group3,4,5 — Persh- ing Rifles 1 ,2,3,4 — Scabbard and Blade 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Herald-Traveler. HILARY ANN WAYSON 15 Norwich Rd., Needham PoliUcal Science Rifle Club 1,2,3 - Hus-Skiers and Out- ing Club 3,4,5 (secretary 4) - Wo- men ' s Ski Team 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library, Thom- son Thomson. ROBERT L. WEBB 1 1 Toft Hill Ter., Boston Economics Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - Intramural Basket- ball 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Pistor- ino Co., Weil, Pearson Co. CALVIN C. WALLER 935 Bogert Rd., River Edge, N.J. A lat iemotics Student LJnion 3 - Chapel Choir 3,4 (president 4) — Co-op Work Record: Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith Inc., Mitre Corp. WILLIAM R. WEBBER 2 Thomas St., Burlington Physics American Institute of Physics 1,2,3,4,5 (treasurer 5) — Co-op Work Record: AvcoCorp., R D Div. LEONARD A. WALSH, JR. 27 Greenwood Rd., Marlboro English Northeastern NEWS 1 -Class Cabin- et 3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1 - Co-op Work Record: Walter E. Fernald State School, Boston Public Library, West- borough State Hospital. SUSAN R. P. WALSH 119 Wales Ave., Baldwin, N.Y. English -Journalism Northeastern NEWS 1 - CAULDRON 4 — Newman Club 1 — Y.M.C.A. group leader 3,4. CURTIS G. WEEDEN 43 Bowden Ave., Barrington, R.I. English Dean ' s List 4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4,5- N.R.O.T.C.B.A. 1,2- Freshman Dormi- tory Council (vice-president) — Class Board (treasurer 1, vice-president 2, president 3) — Co-op Work Record: Phoenix-Times Publishing Co., Warren Times-Gazette, Barrington Times. STEPHEN WEINBERGER 63 Clarkwood St., Mattapan History Dean ' s List 4 -History Club 3,4,5- Hlllel 2,3,4 - Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton University, Cabot Corp. 319 JUDITH A. WELSH 30 Wintergreen Dr., Quaker Hill, Conn. Mathematics Co-op Work Record: United Aircraft Research Lobs. DORIS A. WITHERS 47 Oliver St., Everett Modern Languages Dean ' s List 3,4 — Gamma Delta 1 — Co op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. ELLA P. WHITE 57 Reading Hill Ave., Melrose History Delta Pi Alpha 2,3,4,5 - Student Coun- cil 2,3,4,5 -Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 3, president 4) — Girls ' Bas- ketball 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library, Rogers Sands Employment Service. AHA ERIC WONG 16 Oxford St., Boston Physics American Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Pershing Rifles 1,2- Rifle Club 2 - Co-op Work Record: M.I.T., Holt, Beranekand, Newman, Inc., Avco Corp. ANNE E. WHITNEY 14 AlaricSt., W. Roxbury Medical Technology NU Beta Society 1,2,3,4,5 (secretary 4) -Medical Technology Club 2,3,4,5 (secretary-treasurer 3) — Student Un- ion 3 — Co-op Work Record: New Eng- land Deaconess Hospital. CAROLYN H. WRIGHT 4 Laurie Lane, Framinghom English Omega Sigma 1 ,2 — Intramural Girls ' Sports 1 - Girls ' Sports Association 1 — Girls ' Basketball Team 1 —Co-op Work Record: Cushing Hospital. LOUISE A. WILSON 50 Clinton Rd., Melrose Physics American Institute of Physics 3,4,5 — Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 1,2,3,4,5 -Underwater Society 2,3,4 — Wo- men ' s Ski Team 2,3,4 (captain 4) — In- tercollegiate Ski Conference (chairman 3,4) — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., M.I.T. F. S. Bacon Labs. JANICE E. WRIGHT 160 Hancock St., Cambridge Sociology Dean ' s List 2,3 — Gamma Delta 1 — Sociology Club 1,2,3,4,5 (treasurer 4) — Basketball 1 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Five Cents Savings Bonk. NEAL L WISEMAN 38 Cormel St., Chelsea Psychology Dean ' s List 3 — Hillel 3 (chairman, in- ter-religious committee) — Psychology Club 2,3,4,5 (vice-president 5) - R.O.T.C. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Cass Research, Associates. EUZABETH C. WYMAN 62 Arch St., Keene, N.H. Physics Chi Pi Epsilon 2,3,4,5 (historian 2) - Society of Women Engineers 4,5 — Dor- mitory (vice-president 3, president 4) — Girls ' Varsity Basketball Team 1 — Newman Club 1 —Silver Masque 1 — Cheerleader 2 (captain 3,4,5) — Co-op Work Record: Sanders Associates, Inc. XOE ROBERT W. YAEGER P.O. Box 162, Accord English Class Board (secretary 4, vice-presi- dent 5)— Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., Medfield State Hospital, Boston Globe. KATHLEEN EDNA ZVERBLIS 28 Lantern Lone, Burlington Medical Technology Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 - NU Beta Soci- ety 1,2,3,4,3 (secretary 2,3, treasurer 4) -Medical Technology Club 3,4,5- Class Cabinet 2 — Co-op Work Record; New England Baptist Hospital. KQE MARY ANN ZABLONSKI 31 Forest St., Baldwinville English Dean ' s List 3,4,5 - History Club 4,5 - Philosophy Club 4,5 — Co-op WorkRec- ord: Worcester Telegram Gazette, J. Walter Thompson Co. HELEN J. ESMEN 55 Queensberry St., Boston Sociology Sociology Club 3,4,5. PATRICK J. FASANELLO 831 South St., Roslindale History JOSEPH ALLEN 64 Feller St., Roslindale A laffiematics PAULA E. BORISON 1030 Main St., Maiden Mathematics Omega Sigma 1,2,3. GEORGE P. GEURAS 101 Sunnyside Ave., Winthrop Political Science ALLEN R. ARNOLD 236 Middle St., Braintree Political Science JOHN F. CASSEDY 10 Helena St., Dorchester Sociology Sociology Club 3. CHARLES E. GOSSELIN 19 No. Anderson St., Boston English Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library. LURA L. BALCOMB 10 Mt. Vernon St., No. Reading Sociology Sociology Club 3. WILBUR H. CONE 26 Museum Rd., Boston Biology Rifle Club 1 -Biology Club 1. JACQUELINE GREEN 45 Robinson Rd., Falmouth History ARLEEN W. BARTON 51 Cutler St., Winthrop Psychology Dean ' s List 2,3,4,5 — Academy 4,5 — Psychology Club 2,3,4,5 - Student Un- ion 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Employ- er ' s Group of Insurance Go ' s., United Community Services. PETER S. BICKOFF 16 Wellington Hill St., Mattapan Sociology ROBERT H. COSTELLO 219 Willov St., Boston Political Science JOHN A. COTTER 986 Pleasant St., Fromingham Political Science Young Republicans Club 3 - R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4. THOMAS C. HASHEM 3 Horseshore Dr., Auburn Mathematics HOLGER A. HENZEL 305 Washington St., Cambridge Sociology Jazz Society 1,2 — Sociology Club3,4, 5. EDWIN P. BLIGH 64 Charlesgate East, Boston Sociology MICHAEL J. CURRAN 48 Prospect Ave., Norwood Political Science GARY W. HOLMES 32 Greenwood Ave., Quincy Sociology Student Union 1 —Sociology Club 1,2, 3 (vice-president 3) - R.O.T.C. 1,2- Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center. 321 TOBY E. HUFF R.S.D. No. 1, Box 120, West Buxton, Me. Sociology Sociology Society 1,2,3 (presidents) - Co-op Work Record: Div. of Library Extension. JOSEPH W. MALOEY 2 Oak Ter., Somerville Mafhematics RICHARD M. IZZO 28 Shepard St., Boston Biology MURIEL C. MALTZ 449 Lexington St., Waltham English Class Board 2 (secretary 2) - Chi Pi Epsilon 2,3,4 -Co-op Work Record: Nickerson Home. DAVID F. JAMIESON 908 Wolf Hill Rd., Cheshire, Conn. Political Science HENRY MARCUCELLA 17 Hathaway St., Jamaica Plain Psychology WILLARD E. JULE 344 Davis St., Greenfield Mafhewotics Track 1,2,3. ANNE W, MARTEL 28 Westland Ave., Boston Hisfory German Club 1,2. JOHN P. KOPECKI 202 Front St., Exeter, N.H. Industrial Arts Co-op Work Record: Boston Medical Library. JOHN B. MELESKY, JR. Harrison Lane, Bethlehem, Conn. English EDMOND D. LoFRENIERE 1 19 Winthrop St., Brookline English JOHN J. MOLLOY 28 Chauncey Rd., Conn. English Wethersfield, BONNIE S. LICHTMAN 119 Valley Rd., Groton, Conn. English CHRISTOPHER MOORE 48 Eustis St., Cambridge Biology N.U. Beta Society 2,3,4,5 (vi dent 5). BERNARD D. LUCEY 59 George Rd., Quincy Mathematics Northeastern NEWS 2,3,4,5. JAMES E. MUNRO 1 8 WestMystic Ave., Mystic, Conn. Sociology Hus-Skiers and Outing Club 2,3,4,5 (president 5) — Sociology Club 3,4,5 — Psychology Society 3 — Student Union 4,5. ROBERT B. MacDONALD 723 Washington St., Weymouth Social Studies S.A.M.E. 1 - Co-op Work Record: Bos- ton Public Library, Blue Hill Country Club. RICHARD F. NERONI 43 Lake St., Hudson English Track 1 - Rifle Club 1 . 322 CATHERINE PARMELEE 105 Chestnut St., Cambric English CAROLYN M. SHOR 245 Scarsdale Rd., Yonkers, N.Y. Biology Young Liberals 2 — German Club 2 — Rifle Club 2. RICHARD E. PERRY 149 Court St., Laconic, N.H. English EDWARD C. SIMONE SChiswickRd., Brighton History Co-op Work Record; Boston Library. Public ROBERT S. PIKE 6 Huntington St., Wolpole Social Studies Cross Country 2,3,4 — Track 4. DAVID A. SJOSTEN 3 Wildwood Rd., Holden Social Studies Basketball 1 ,2 - Intramural Sports 1 ,2, 3,4. STEVEN M. PLOTNICK 36 Cutler St., Winthrop Psychology ROBERT L. STONE 7 Wood St., Hudson Biology RONALD D. REED 15 Laurel St., Newton English ROBERT C. SULLIVAN 408 Centre St., Boston English Cross Country 1 . ROBERT E. ROGERS 35 Griffin Rd., Peabody English Volleyball 1,2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Giblee Dept. Store, MorcAurele Phar- macy. OLIVIA J. TAPPAN 76 Laurel Rd., Chestnut Hill English RICHARD P. ROSENBURG 183 Winchester St., Newton Social Studies Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center. LOUISE M. VALLADOA Morion Rd., Mottapoisett History Student Union 1,2. MARY K. ROSS 126 Porker St., Newton Mathematics International Relations Club 2,3,4,5 (secretary - treasurer 4,5) — Psychol- ogy Club 4,5 (treasurer 5) — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. LUTHER A. WEISMAN 277 Sychmore St., W. Hempstead, N.Y. History ROBERT L. SHAVL 400 School St., Wellesley Social Studies Co-op Work Record: Christian Science Monitor, The Patriot Ledger, B.U. Medi- cal School. NORMAN L. WHITNEY 1 1 1 Dickerman Rd., Newton Sociology Nu Epsilon Zeto 2,3,4,5 - Rifle Club 1, 2 — Student Union 1 ,2,3,4,5 (vice-presi- dent 2,3, president 4). 323 Dean Lester S. Vander Werf Assistant Dean Thomas J. Cavanagh COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MANUEL D. AUGUSTO, JR. 161 Broad St., Hudson English S.N.E.A. 5 - Rifle Club 1 - Hus-Skiers 3 — Co-op Work Record: Federal Re- habilitation Project, Mattapan State Hospital. KENNETH R. BANNISTER 22 Lantern Rd., Belmont English S.N.E.A. 3,4,5 (secretary 4, president 5) — Co-op Work Record: The Union Market National Bank. HELEN M. CAHILL 309 Webster St., Auburndale English Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Omega Sigma So- ciety 1,2,3,4 (sophomore representa- tive 2, treasurer 3, president 4) — Wo- man ottheYearCommittee3, 4 —North- eastern NEWS 2,3,4 -CAULDRON 2, 3,4 — Folk Music Society 2 — Philoso- phy Club 3,4— Newman Club 1,2 — Pegasus Poetry Society 2 — Faith G. Bemis Scholarship 1 — University Scholarships 2,3 — Co-op WorkRecord: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. ANTHONY F. CEDDIA 58 William St., Medford Social Studies Gamma Phi Kappa 2,3,4 - S.N.E.A. 3, 4. JAMES A. CERMENARO 22 State Rd., North Adams Social Studies S.N.E.A. 3,4,5 (treasurer 5) - History Club 3 — Ski and Outing Club 3 — Sportscar Club 2. GLORIA M. CERRETA 65 Ridgebrook Dr., Bridgeport, Conn. Elenyentary Dean ' s List, 1,2,3,4 -Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4 -S.N.E.A. 1,2,3,4 (secretary 4) - Christian Fellowship 2,3,4 (secretary 3,4) -Chapel Choir 1 ,2,3,4 - CAUL- DRON 2,3,4 - Silver Masque 2,3,4 - Kappa Delta Pi 4 — Co-op WorkRecord: Milton Public Schools. MANUEL A. CANCELLA 9 Vancouver St., Boston Social Studies History Club 3 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Clinic, Creed- moor State Hospital, Boston Public Li- brary, Boston Medical Library. ROBERTA A. CASH 247 Beech St., Westwood, N.J. Social Studies Theto Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (parliamentar- ian 4) — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons. esT WILLIAM R. CLARK 15 Bristol Rd.,Welle5ley , Eng sh S.N.E.A. 4,5 — Camera Club3,4,5 (sec- retary-treasurer 5) — Co-op Work Rec- ord: Nickerson Home. PETER J. COLLINS 2220 Londonderry Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. Social Studies S.N.E.A. 4,5 -History Club 3 - Stu- dent Union 1,2. JOSEPH CULLEN 238 Washington St., Winchester Socio Studies Co-op Work Record: Metropolitan State Hospital. CHRISTOS GIANNAROS 1 1 W. Pork St., Brockton English FRANK B. DELFINO 1 1 Naviens Lone, Waltham Social Studies JUDITH L. GREEN 35 Irving St., Millis Elementary S.N.E.A. 4,5 - Student Union 2. JAMES G. FOLEY 1721 East Main St., Waterbury, Conn. Elementary S.N.E.A. 4,5 - Hus-Skiers 4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Undercliff State Hospi- tal, Creedmoor State Hospital, City of Waterbury — Dept. of Porks, Fairfield Hills Hospital. HELEN D. GOWEN 137 Wood End Rd., Newton Highlands Elementary Co-op Work Record: New EnglandMu- tual Life Insurance Co. CYNTHIA L. FOBES 234 Pleasant St., Stoughton Elementary Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 - Phi Kappa Phi 4,5 -Kappa Iota Epsilon 4,5 - S.N.E.A. 2, 3,4,5 — Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 — President ' s Awards 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Brointree School System. ALFRED M. GALANTE, JR. 242 Belmont St., Brockton Mathematics S.N.E.A. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Bird Son, inc.. Town of Brockton — Soil Conservation Service, Research Calculations. RHODA E. GREENBERG 82 Withington Rd., Newton Elementary Theta Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 4) — Dean ' s List 4 — Husky Key 4,5-Hillel 2,3 (secretary 3) - Silver Masque 3 — Senior Week Com- mittee 4,5 -S.N.E.A. 4,5 -Co-op Work Record: Woyland PublicSchools. DOROTHY 8. HEALEY 6 Union St., Foxboro Elementary Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4,5 -Dean ' s List 1,2, 3,4,5 -Kappa Delta Pi 4,5 -S.N.E.A. 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Norton Elementary School. xnE JOSEPH W. HEUSTON 138 UticaSt,, Quincy Socio Studies Football 1,2,3,4 -Co-op Work Record: N.U. DAVID A. MARSDEN 198 S. Walker St., Taunton English GEORGE P. HOLSTER 18 Linden St., North Eoston English Phi Beta Alpha - Husky Key 3,4,5 - Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Li- brary, Wrentham State School. ROBERT B. MARTIN 200 Winfhrop St., Medford English S.N.E.A.4,5. JOHN A. HOUGHTON 10 Cranch St., Quincy Social Studies Northeastern NEWS 3,4,5 (advertising manager 4) — Hockey 1,2,4. KATHLEEN ANNE MURPHY 619 Grove St., Brockton £ ementor Kappa Theta Xi 4,5-S.N.E.A. 5- Husky Key 2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Crowley Elementary School. ROBERT J. JOHNSON 18 Lincoln St., Natick A l athemafi ' cs S.N.E.A. 3,4-R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4. MARION E. MURPHY 1 6 Crescent Ave., Scituate Elementary Kappa Theta Xi 2,3,4,5 (secretary 2,3, 4) -S.N.E.A. 2,3,4,5 - Husky Key 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library, United Community Services, Braintree Public Schools. KGS JEANNE M. LOMBARD 28 Huntoon St., Dorchester Elementary Husky Key 1 — Winter Carnival Queen 3 - Co-op Work Record: N.U. RICHARD I. NEAL 149 Spring St., Hull Social Studies History Club 1,2 -Husky Key 1,2- Rifle Club 1 ,2,3 - Co-op Work Record: Teacher Intern Program. DAVID G. NELSON 85 Edgehill Rd., Braintree History Dean ' s List 3 - History Club 4,5- R.O.T.C. 1,2- Intramural Sports 2,3, 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Silver Lake Regional High School. PHYLLIS R. ROBBINS 45 Aberdeen Rd., Milton English Freshman Honor List 1 — Dean ' s List 3, 4 - S.N.E.A. 4,5 - Northeastern NEWS 1,2,3 -Omega Sigma 3,4,5- Hillel 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 4,5) — Clara Joseph Ford Scholar- ship 1 — Beo Scholarship 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Wm. Filene ' s Sons Co., Houghton Mifflin Co., Canton High School. LESLIE S. OLIVER 27 Gold Star Rd., Cambridge Elementary Dean ' s List4 — Newman Club4 — Class Board 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record; Wayland School System. MARILYN RUBIN 65 Hackensack Rd., Chestnut Hill Education Theta Sigma Tau 1,2-Hillel 1,2,3,4 (treasurer 3, recording secretary 1) — S.N.E.A. 1,2 -Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library. PATRICIA E. O ' BRIEN 8 Copley St., Roxbury English Kappa Theta Xi 2,3,4,5 (I.S.C. repre- sentative 3, recording secretary 4, president 5) — S.N.E.A. 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Mass. Mental Health Center, Weston Junior High School. KGE I. PHILIP SCALISI 25 High St., Quincy Mathematics Dean ' s List 4 — American Mathematical Association 5 — R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Avco- Everett Research Lab. ROBERTA B. ORENSTEIN 21 Winthrop Ave., Wollaston Elementary Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4,5 -S.N.E.A. 4,5- Class Board 5 (treasurer 5) — Student Council 2,3,4,5 (secretary -treasurer4) — Husky Key 4,5 — Folk Music Society 3,4 (secretary -treasurer 3,4) — Stu- dent Union 1 — Student Center BIdg. Committee 3 (secretary 3) —Jazz Club 1,2- CAULDRON -Senior Week Committee — Co-op Work Record: Braintree School System. xriE MAUREEN C. SEXTON 10 Foam Rd., Scituate Elementary Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 (recording secre- tary 3, president 4) — Kappa Iota Ep- silon 4,5 -Kappa Delta Pi 4,5- S.N.E.A. 4,5 — Women ' s Advisory Committee 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Braintree Public Schools. KGE NOREEN J. QUINN 9 Cutler Ave., Boston English Northeastern NEWS 3,4— Nev man Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Boston State Hospital. BEVERLY R. SHAPIRO 19 Merrymount Ave., Wollaston Elementary Theta Sigma Tau 3,4,5 (recording sec- retary 4, social chairman 5) — Omega Sigma 1,2-Hillel 1,2,3,4,5 (president 1,3) - Husky Key 4,5 - S.N.E.A. - Jazz Club 1 —Student Union 1,2 — Senior Week (publicity chairman) — Student Committee tor Co-op Education 5 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Li- brary, Braintree Public Schools. esT 329 MARIE G. STONE Lantern Lane, Falmouth Elementary Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 - S.N.E.A. 4,5 - Newman Club 2 — Co-op Work Record: Boston Public Library, Milton Public Schools. JASON D. TRAIGER 91 Buchanan Rd., West Roxbury Social Studies Dean ' s List 4 - Band 1,2,3,4,5 - Silver Masque Orchestra 1,2,3,4 - R.O.T.C. 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Massachu- setts General Hospital. ALLEN R. SULLIVAN 84 Howard St., Cambridge Social Studies Omega Psi Phi 4,5 -S.N.E.A, 3,4,5- History Club 3 — Track Team 1,2,3,4 (manager 3,4) — Cross Country 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: New England Home for Little Wanderers, Northeast- ern University, Boston State Hospital. MARILYN L. SWARTZ 96 Winthrop Rd., Brookline Elementary Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4,5 (vice-president 5) — I.S.C. 4 (secretary-treasurer 4) — Cheerleader 3— Silver Masque 1,2,3, 4,5 - Modern Dance 1 ,2,3,4,5 - Husky Key 2,3,4 — Gamma Delta 1,2 — Sen- ior Week Committee 5 — Homecoming Queen Court 4— Fashion Council 2,3 — Co-op Work Record: N.U., Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. XOE ALBERT M. VACCARO, JR. 24 Allen Ave., Lynn Mathematics Dean ' s List 3 — Theta Rho Epsilon 3,4,5 (corresponding secretary 4) — Ameri- can Mathematical Association 5 — Sil- ver Masque 1,2 -Rifle Club 1,2- R.O.T.C, 1,2,3,4,5 - Interfraternity Sports 4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Avco Corp., R D Div. KAREN ANN WEXLER 2 Clarkson St., Malverne, L.I., N.Y. Elementary S.N.E.A. 3,4 - CAULDRON 3,4 - YMCA Tutor 3,4. ELEANOR E. SWEENEY 75 Torrey St., So. Weymouth Elementary Omega Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 (cabinet mem- ber 5) — Newman Club 3,4 — Co-op Work Record: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. STEPHANIE TIBBEnS Crapo St., Marion Elementary Kappa Theta Xi 3,4,5 - S.N.E.A. 4,5- Dormitory Council (proctor) — Co-op Work Record: Jordan Marsh Co., New England Home for Little Wanderers. Kes BETTE J. WOLF Witherell PI., Plainville English Theta Sigma Tau 2,3,4,5 (historian 2,3, 4, president 5) — Freshman Honor List — Dean ' s List 2,3,4 — Silver Masque 1, 2 — Co-op Work Record: Wrentham State School., Fairfield Hills Hospital. SANDRA J. WOODFALL 1 9 Wilson Ave., Belmont Mathematics Chi Pi Epsilon 3,4,5 (pledge mother 5) - Dean ' s List 3 - Husky Key 3,4 - Rifle Club 1,2 — Co-op Work Record: Mary A. Cunningham Junior High School, Wellesley Junior High School. XII E 330 Dean Minnie L. Lynn BOSTON BOUVE COUEOE JAMES F. BALDWIN 46 Walnut St., Quincy Physical Education Dean ' s List 2,4 — Physical Education Maiors ' Club 4,5 - S.N.E.A. 2,3 -Taxi- dermist Club- Football 2 - Track 2,3 -Intramural Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record; Milton High School. ROGER A. DiCENZO 42 Lavender St., Millis Physical Education Rifle Club 1 - Football 1. DONALD C. BINGHAM 329 Belmont St., E. Bridgewater Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 5 (president 5) - Co-op Work Record: Brockton Edison Co. WILLIAM J. GILLESPIE 8 Lincoln St., No. Abington Physical Education Freshman Honor List - Dean ' s List 2,3, 4,5 — Kappa Iota Epsilon 4 (president 5) -S.N.E.A. 3 -Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 (treasurer 5) — Var- sity Football 2,3 - Co-op Work Record; Newton Public Schools, N.U. FRANCIS T. CONROY 39DysartSt., Quincy Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Northeastern NEWS 4,5 (advertising staff 4) - Baseball 1 - Basketball 3,4. MICHAEL P. GINOLFI 85 Ogden Rd., Stamford, Conn. Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Football 1,2,3,4 -Track 1,4. WILLIAM J. CORSETTI 34 Lake St., Brighton Physical Education Freshman Football 1 — Track 1,2,3,4 — Alumni Association Track Award 1962, M.I. P. Award 1 962 Track. MICHAEL B. GLYNN 161 S. Bedford St., Burlington Physical Education Track 1,2,3,4 - Cross Country 1,2,3,4. JAMES J. CUNNIFF 4090 Washington St., Physical Education Golf 2,3,4. JOSEPH J. GOLEC 1420 Bridge St., Drocut Physical Education Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4,5 - P hysical Educa- tion Majors ' Club 4,5 — Varsity Foot- ball 1,2,3,4 -Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Kennedy Jr. High School. 334 GEORGE R. GREENIDGE 51 Washington Elms, Cambridge Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Alpha Phi Alpha 4,5 -Football 3,4. BRIAN F. GRIMLEY 136 So. Quinsigamond Ave., Shrewsbury Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Varsity Basketball 1 ,2 — Intramural Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Ashland High School. DAVID N. JAKUB 1 13 Nightingale Ave., Quincy Physical Education Dean ' s List 3,4 — Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5-S.N.E.A. 2,3- Band, 1 ,2,3 — Track 1 ,2 — Intramural Sports 2,3,4,5 — Co-op Work Record: Submarine Research Laboratories Inc., Mass. Dept. of Education. WILLIAM J. Md EOWN 51 Park St., Brookline Physical Education Physical Education Mojors ' Club 4,5 -Varsity Football 1 ,2,3,4 - Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 - Track 1 - Co-op Work Rec- ord: N.U., Ashland School System. JOHN R. McPHERSON 9 Olde Towne Rd., Lynnfield Physical Education Dean ' s List 3 — Physical Education Ma- jors ' Club 4,5 - Football 2,3,4 - Base- ball 2,3,4 - All New England Baseball 2,3,4 — Co-op Work Record: Avon High School. ROBERT R. NARDONE 256 Reservoir Ave., Revere Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Football 1,2,3,4 — Intramural Basket- ball 2,3,4 — Freshman Football Coach 4. JOHN F. KENNEDY 68 Chestnut St., Brookline Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 - Varsity Football 1 ,2,3,4 - Baseball 1 , 2,3,4 — Intramural Sports — Co-op Work Record: N.U., Avon School Sys- tem. ROGER R. LARSON 52 Browning St., Weymouth Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 3,4 — Football 2,3,4 — Intramural Sports 2, 3. JOSEPH M. PECHINSKI 46 Avon St., Lawrence Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 — Cross Country 1,2,3,4 — Indoor Track 1 ,2,3,4 - Outdoor Track 1 ,2,3,4. WILLIAM A. STELLA 60 Greenvale Ave., Weymouth Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club 4,5 (nominating committee 4). JOHN N. WORGAN 298 Tremont St., Newton Physical Education WALTER J. FITZGERALD 28 Curlew Rd., Quincy Physical Education Hockey 1,2,3,4 (captain 3). FRANK W. ARENA 3 Lynn St., Peabody Physical Education RICHARD B. FLETCHER 397 Washington St., Melrose Physical Education Physical Education Majors Club 4,5— Hockey 1,2,3. GILBERT G. BARCLAY, Jr. 7 Minola Rd., Lexington Physical Education S.N.E.A. 2,3,4,5-Physical Education Majors Club 3,4,5 (membership com- mittee chairman)— Intramural Sports 2, 3,4,5. PAUL D. LUCIANO 43 George St., Arlington Physical Education Football 1,2,3,4. GLENN A. BODEN Wollaston Physical Education FRANCIS A. ROMEO, Jr. 170 Commercial St., E. Braintree Physical Education WARREN H. DOANE 6 Hutchinson Ct., Lynn Physical Education Alpha Kappa Sigma 2,3,4,5. MARTIN J. SARKISIAN 206 Waverly St., Belmont Physical Education Section Representative 1. LEO F. DuPERE 84 Congress St., Amesbury Physical Education Hockey 1,2,3,4 (captain 4)-Baseball 1. CHARLES M. BARRY 15 South Ave., Winthrop Civil ROBERT K. DULLEA 40 School St., Solen Electrical ERNEST BORTOLLATO Parkview Ave., Stoughton Accounting GEORGE H. LENTZ 60 Margin St., Peobody Electrical JOHN J. CADIGAN 5 Nichols Rd., Hingham Electrical LESTER R. COHEN 1 04 Queensberry St., Boston Chemical JOHN L. CURLEY 16 Thomson PI., Newton Electrical JOAN V. LAVERY 24 Sunset Rd., Bedford Modern Languages FRANK VOIRE 116 Cottage St., E.Boston Mechanical 338 NORTHEASTERN - the heart of boston The Officers and Faculty of . . . NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY extend to the Class of J 65 congratulations and wishes each member much happiness and may each life be a record of success. N.U. ALUMNI LOUNGE Congratulations to the Class of 1965 from the Northeastern University Alumni Association The offices and members of the Northeastern University Alumni Association extend heartiest congratulations to the members of the Class of 1965. You are cordially in- vited to visit association headquarters in Richards Hall (Room 225) and the newly furnished Alumni Lounge which is available to you and your family whenever you are in the vicinity. We also urge your co-operation in maintaining an official address with the Alumni Records Office so that you may receive all of your mail promptly. This includes the official quarterly publication of the Alumni Association, The Northeastern University Alum- nus, which you received free of charge during your sen- ior year. You will continue to receive it on the same basis. Most important, however, is the fact that your class officers will be looking to the Alumni Records Office for current information for the various communications which will be sent to you as members of the Class of 1965. Among them will be an invitation to attend the annual Home- coming Day celebration and, more particularly, your first class reunion. Although your first formal reunion will not be held until 1970, we hope that you will attend Homecoming and the meetings of at least one of the more than 50 regional alumni clubs located throughout the nation. Many of you will be entering the armed forces following graduation, and we invite you upon completion of your service commitment to take advantage of the Alumni Placement Service, under the direction of Professor Thomas J. McEneaney ' 52. If the Alumni Relations Office can be of service to you in the years ahead, please feel free to call on us. The Director of Alumni Relations is Rudolf O. Oberg ' 26, who is the liaison officer between the alumni and the University. He works closely with the various class officers, the regional clubs throughout the country, and such special interest groups as the Varsity Club and the Alumnae Association. On behalf of your fellow alumni, we again extend to you our heartiest congratulations and best wishes for success in the years ahead. PETER W. PRINCI ' 38 PRESIDENT 341 aU-ame riccm BIDS A FOND FAREWELL TO THE INADEQUATE BOOKSTORE. 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