Trinity College - Tau Kappa Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

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A, X ' ■• - »» »; % ' ■■, ' -dr, • 1 4 gElJg.jfaaA 1 P kiimftiHiftIf] STABLISHED 1925 m fi 1 :l. ' !• 1 y f t«S«K{S ' " T " Jl I ' S JSyk: . i i-i-di -iri " TAU ' MPPA Vkyu JUPOn l There is a time for everything and a time for every affair under the heavens ... a time to plant and a time to uproot the plant ... a time to tear down and a time to build ... a time to weep and a time to laugh ... a time to be silent and a time to speak ... a time to keep and a time to cast away ... a time of war and a time of peace. Ecclesiastes V. From the beginning, man has been searching for the ever elusive key to happiness. Those who seek fulfillment in the goods of this world will go un- satisfied, as did those who expected a worldly king for their Savior. Happiness is not a person, or an object, or a place, but rather a peace of mind which can be achieved only through a proper perspective of life. For life is measured by time and happiness is a matter of right timing— knowing when to begin, when to end, and when to begin again. For the Class of 1964, the years of formation are drawing to a close. All at once the harvest is upon us. Now is the time to reap the benefits of the seeds we have sown. The experiences we have gained through the effortsome process of educa- tion are the basis for a mature perspective. The time of preparation has passed— now is the time to act. And by man ' s actions does he reveal him- self to other men. " I recognized that there is nothing better than to be glad and to do well during life. " Co-Editors A view of lake Willoughby from mm- ' - ' ' m .- e top cf Burke Mountaii ueen City Administration a Campus Life Organizations Underclassmen Seniors TSponsors Student Directory Dokcofeiytt . . . " Everybody knows BIRD is the word!! " It is an honor to pay tribute to a man who has generously given of himself, his time and efforts for these past four years. There are few at Trinity who do not know him and fewer still who have not gained from the experience of his friendship. His sense of initiative and personal duty have augmented the im- provement of the Sociology Department and proved him to be a dedicated teacher and social worker. Because of the fine qualities he has demonstrated as an exem- plary teacher, father, and citizen and especially because he is a friend, we the Class of 1964 respectfully dedicate TAU KAPPA to MR. WILLIAM T. BIRD. ADMINISTRATION BUILDING WtC est THE VILLA THE SANCTA ' J!hiocosll MOTHER AAcAULEY HALL AAERCY HALL f-f ©16 lofi hoedy Taxi Service by " Mr. T. " L A recer Flemini Dan ' s— our home away from home! OtMjiy h0J(M6 ij . . • )ur of the useum. WHO but Trinity seniors would think of using the UVAA Fountain as a rain shelter?? 9 Window-shopping is more fun— and less expensive!! Friday Night Retreat 10 Service with a smile!! 40 cheeseburgers and 1 malt to go, please! Hj g itf • ! ' «tai ,5 ' •V ' i ' %. aP fSw ' sT ys M iTOT » f R, 1 ' »f .jt. Ll; uitis tUoupTtU 0 tb " Bishop of BwtlbiuOjboiio We are grateful and appreciative for the unselfish manner in which he has devoted himself to the spiritual welfare of the Church and represented the diocese at the recent Ecumenical Council. 14 Otw Pt6St feafc Qlste i; UftAy Cjkum Pl D. " I hope that all of you w 7 serve . . . serve not only your own fanniHes, your Church, but also serve this country. " The memorable words of our late beloved President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, should inspire in you a spirit of dedication, self-sacrifice and unswerving devotion in the attainment of your goals in life. To this end you must contribute your best efforts, for excellence must characterize all your endeavors. As you resolutely set forth on your various careers be courageous, my dear graduates, " asking His bless- ing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God ' s work must truly be our own. " . Hy vJA y CJ c JT IS ydjivuMl yi oiloiio 1 Seated: Sister M. Carmel, Librarian; Sister AA. Claver, President; Sister M. Cephas, Dean of Studies; Standing: Sister AA. Edmond, Dean of Women; Sister AA. Patrick, Director of Admissions; Sister AA. Gregory, Registrar; Sister AA. David, Treasurer and Director of Publicity. F wxt6fcj AAISS PATRICIA AHERN, B.A.; Instruc- REVEREND THOAAAS J. BEARY, B.A., tor in Theology and Philosophy. AA.A., Ph.D.; Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy. AAR. WILLIAAA T. BIRD, B.S., AA.S.W., Assistant Professor of Sociology. AAR. FRED BLOOAAHARDT, B.A., AA.A., AA.S. in L.S.; Instructor in History. 16 SISTER AAARY CARAAEL, B.A., B.S. in L.S., AA.A.; Associate Professor of Eng- lish. SISTER AAARY CEPHAS, B.A., AA.A.; Associate Professor of Education. SISTER MARY CHARLES, B.A.; Instruc- tor in English. SISTER MARY CLAVER, B.A., M.A., SISTER MARY CYRIL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Education. B.Mus., L.Mus., D.Mus.; Professor of Romance Languages. SISTER MARY DAVID, B.S.; Instructor in Business Education. SISTER MARY EDMOND, Ph.B., M.A.; Assistant Professor of History. MOTHER MARY EMMANUEL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Professor of Classical Languages. MRS. M. GIANONNE, B.S.; Instructor in Physical Educatjon. SISTER MARY GREGORY, B.S., M.A.T.; MRS. BERTHA HANSON, B.A., M.A.; Instructor in Biology. Instructor in History. MRS. HILDA HERNANDEZ, D.Ed.; In- structor in Spanish. MISS DOROTHY P. HUNT, A.T.C.M., B.Mus., M.A.; Associate Professor of Music. MRS. RUTH IZZO, Ph.D.; Instructor in Education. MRS. DOLORES JOHNSTON, B.A., M.A.; Assistant Professor of Spanish. MR. JOHN P. KANE, B.S., M.S.S.S.; Instructor in Sociology. MR. FRANKLIN KELLOGG, B.S., M.A.; Instructor in Physics and Mathematics. MR. ROBERT C. KELLY, C.P.A., B.A. M.S.; Instructor in Accounting. MR. JACK LEVINE, B.Sc, M.Sc; In- structor in Chemistry. MRS. ANN MIDDLEBROOK, B.A.; In- structor in Speech and Dramatics. 18 MR. RICHARD T. MOORE, B.A., M.A. Instructor in English. MISS GRAC E E. MORRISSEY, B.A., M.A.; Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics. MRS. BERTHA MULIERI, B.S.; Instructor in Biology. SISTER MARY PATRICK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of English. MRS. BARBARA RIPPA, B.A.; Instruc- tor in Chemistry. MRS. ELSA KEIL SICHEL, B.S., M.A.; Professor of Biological Sciences. REVEREND LEO J. STEADY, B.A., B.Ph., S.T.L.; Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy. MRS. DOROTHY STEIN, A.B.; Labora- tory Assistant in Chemistry. MRS. BERNICE TORCH, B.A., M.S.; Laboratory Assistant in Biology. ABSENT: MRS. JOYCE BELL, M.S.; Laboratory Assistant in Biology, MRS. CATHERINE AURELI, B.A.; MISS JOYCE MERRIAM, B.A., M.A.; Instructor in Mathematics, MRS. FAYE SODERBURG, B.S.; Director of Physical Education, DR. ERNEST STARK, M.D.; Director of DeGoesbriand Memorial School of Medical Technology. 19 1 ' 1 f 1 Jwi ' -n ' ' ' ' ' ' .j ' i ' I BK - i JtUmU P l :r.w • V v_ ' wtffc Mifi tut ts s Wy { i9 uA bost (we o«tfi ' by Oils ' Subwe« ea ' . be »we w(wy fo fe(fctfe n6 Pcumh One weekend is set aside in the fall of each year to honor and entertain our parents. This oc- casion affords an excellent opportunity for parents to obtain an overall view of the campus. Our gracious receptionists, Mrs. Lasage and Mrs. Granger, extend a cordial welcome. Parents sign the guest book at the official registration. ■C w The smoker in Mercy Hall is the scene of " refreshing activity. " CUtSthUiS P(wtlj This program is arranged annually by the House Committee through the co- operation of Trinity ' s " lit- tle Angels. " ' When you care enough to give the very best! The final touch— The Christmas Bell! " Later on we ' ll conspire . . . " 23 J ebvMtt Every year the students of Trinity College are offered the oppor- tunity to reflect upon their spiritual lives. Lectures are given and silence is nnaintained during these few days to insure an atmos- phere more conducive to prayer and meditation. 24 Father Beary administers to the spiritual needs of these Trinitarians. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is an enriching event during Retreat and througout our lives. 25 JtUUOAl Co-Chairmen: P. Shea and A. Schmitt were responsible for the planning of this successful event. " You and the night 26 The Queen and her Court pose for a formal shot. U eeW Queen Genevieve Hall reigns over an unforgettable weekend. Her escort is Mac Clarke. Bimd FRIDAY NIGHT: Formal Ball at the Hotel Vermont. SATURDAY NOON: Snow party at the Underhill ski bowl. SATURDAY NIGHT: Dinner and informal dance. SUNDAY: Mass and brunch. A dinner for the Juniors and their escorts held at the Hi-Hat. The Senior Representative on the court— Jane Powell escorted by Don Goett . . . " Wild is Love! " 27 Toj Niojidb 28 The Class of ' 64 bids the Class of ' 63 a fond farewell! SOCIAL 29 fi« Ctm6 botdk 1© you . ' - CMf ' e Koippot Kappa Mu Sigma, the Student Government Association of Trinity College, executes its power through three boards —the Student Council, the Executive Board and the Judicial Board. The purpose of this organization is to acquaint the student body with the principles of democratic govern- ment in the non-academic functions of the college. By de- veloping the spirit of leadership, responsibility, and co- operation. Kappa Mu Sigma prepares students for their future place in society. Christine McCorry, competent leader of Kappa Mu Sigma 1963-1964, presides over a meeting of the Student Government. 32 Members of the Council include Seated: Sister M. Cephas, L. Stewart, Sister M. Edmond, J. Edson, Sister M. David. Standing: S. LaFerriere, M. Rodgers, P. Connelly, Father Steady, G. Glennon, C. McCorry, J. Unger, C. McCloskey. Absent: J. Bolduc. i hfift OFFICERS: President— Christine AAcCorry Jsf Vice-president— Loretto Stewart 2nd Vice-president- Ann Houle Secretary- Gloria Glennon Treasurer— Cathleen AAcCloskey The function of the Judicial Board is to act as a Supreme Court in any case where an appeal is made from the decision of the Executive Board and to interpret the Constitution if the need arises. Its members are: Sr. M. David, Sr. M. Cephas, L. Stewart, C. McCorry. The function of the Executive Board is to enforce the laws passed by the Student Council and to try any cases submitted to it. Seated: J. Edson, Sister M. Edmond, M. Daggett. Standing: S. LaFerriere, R. Renaud. 33 N P»0»0»C The National Federation of Catholic College Students is an organization dedicated to the formation of a strong and unified Catholic laity. Mennbership is ex- tended to students of all participating colleges. Coordinating club activities on our campus are officers: Seated: S. LaFerriere, J. Towne. Standing-. M. Rodgers, K. Burnett. The N.F.C.C.S. Planning Board works toward cooperation with other colleges in spiritual and social affairs. Members are: E. Carey, J. Towne, M. Rogers, S. LaFerriere, S. Audette, K. Burnett, P. Shea, AA. Byrne, B. McGorty, C. Rogers. 34 JEANNE BOLDUC KATHLEEN CAHILL PATRICIA COOK U U ' s U fuv . . . Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is a national organization formed to give recognition to outstanding students. Se- lections are made on the basis of scholarship, participation and leadership, service to the school, and promise of future usefulness. Can- didates are elected by a combined vote of the Senior Class and the Faculty. TAU KAPPA is proud to present the eight Seniors who are the 1964 recipients of this honor. MARGARET THOMAS BARBARA FABIAN PATRICIA SULLIVAN LORETTO STEWART LINDA LORD 35 WouSfi Co vuwZttae The House Committee correlates the activities of the resident students. Besides taking nightly bed check, the most im- portant responsibility of this committee is the organization of our annual Christmas party. Mickey AAcDonough does some checking up as Inter-Dorm President. Sally Brady— House President of Mother McAuley Hall. 36 Floor Proctors gather for an informal meeting. J. Ryan, S. Dillon, S. Brady, M. La Luna, G. Hall, E. McGuirk, C. Oertel. First Row: M. Spencer, Treas., C. Marshella, Sec ' y. Second Row: M. Davis, Pres., J. Colonna, Vice-Pres. Trinity girls are ready for any Sport! Members of the Athletic Club participate in a variety of sports. 37 A uStfA As the social club on campus, Aristos encourages the art of graceful living. " Chief Encouragers " are officers: S. O ' Donnell, Vice-Pres., V. Hourigan, Pres., and M. Creem, Sec ' y-Treas. " It ' s Aristos for those who think young!! " 38 CU Happy Birthday, Kenya! OFFICERS: B. Fabian-Pres., T. Clavet-Sec ' y-Treas., S. Duff-Pres. Headlines come to life in lectures and discussion s sponsored by I.R.C. Meet the Informed! 39 The tableau for the Christmas concert Frans Reynders, Mime, sponsored by the joint efforts of Curtain and Cast and Music Club. CMAJbOtXMJ Curtain and Cast enables adept and proficient in the viding memorable enter- area. Trinity ' s Thespians! 40 as provided by Curtain and Cast. wAjCjoj irinitarians to become more Irt of drama, while pro- ainment for the Burlington President Mary Hickey discusses the possibilities of a new play. These students strive for an appreciation of the theater. 41 UJt tJCUUJ CU The Literary Club was formed as an offspring of the Triad to pursue the growing interests of the students outside the scope of journalism. The immediate objective is the presen- tation of thought-provoking discussions pertinent to the role of a college graduate. Literary Club Chairmen: AA. Boudreau, K. Gowdy, B. Castle and S. Duff. The success of the recent symposium is discussed by P. Cook, M. La Luna, and Sister Mary Carmel, Moderator. M otMlCij C%h Father Steady instructs Seniors on the fundamentals of marriage. l,C.C The newly formed Inter-Club Council insures the efficiency of club programs. The Council is composed of the presidents of the various clubs. 43 OFFICERS: S. Hazard-Pres., M. Kieslich-Vice-Pres., K. Burnett— Sec ' y- M. Corbett— Treas. Aspirants Socialists 44 I ! 1 C J . ' ' - ( 1 ■ L " Ad Jesum per AAariam " Several Senior Socialists consult Miss Ahearn, Moderator, concerning future projects. 45 AjuSlO CJUi Miss Hunt receives congratulations fronn Mr. William Tortolano, Director of St. Michael ' s Glee Club, on a job well done. WjoJ Trinity ' s newspaper, pub- lished monthly throughout the school year, is an infor- mation guide to campus ac- tivities and current events. S. Provo— Feature Editor, M. Rodgers-Co-Editor, Sister M. Carmel-Moderator, L. McCaffrey —Co-Editor, M. LaLuna— Senior Advisor. The Staff The Masthead of the Triad consists of these regular contributors. 47 SISTER MARY CARMEL Moderator THE PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: J. Edson, R. Brennan, A. Wisell, S. Hazard, J. Towne, M Talbot, K. Burnett. Tctw THE LITERARY STAFF: M. Kieslich, M. Boudreau, M. Flanagan, D. Clifford, R. Brennan, C. McCorry, L. Lord, M. Thomas, M. McDonough, M. McKeever, C. Cillo, L. Yager, V. Amaro, B. McGorty, M. Costello. 48 LAYOUT AND ART: A. Slobod ffVl •■ 1 CO-EDITORS: Kathleen Cahll Patricia Cook CO-EDITORS: BUSINESS MANAGER: TREASURER: LAYOUT EDITOR: LITERARY EDITOR: PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: ART EDITOR: MODERATOR: CREDITS: kd fxi Kathleen Cahill Patricia Cook Nancy Turcotte Mary Talbot Marlynn La Luna Linda Lord Francis Wisell Alexandra Slobdian Sister Mary Carmel Vermont Development Commission pages 2 and 3 Taylor Publishing Company, page 97. Presents the 1964 edition. i M. La Luna THE BUSINESS STAFF: N. Fern, B. McGorty, A. Villemaire, R. Brennan, P. Sullivan, L. Stewart, D. Clif- ford, N. Turcotte, M. Talbot, K. Martinson, J. Lynch, M. Flanagan, D. St. Amand, J. Tov ne, J. Bolduc, S. Calarco, A. Villemaire. ij. L . I. r. - P. Mandronico, E. McGoldrick, R. McKevitt, E. McGuirk, P. AAcSorley and J. Maisano. JuwX(VtS B. Ambrose, M. Bencivenga, C. Burke, E. Bodkir M. O ' Connor, G. AAorosko, M. Musante, and C. Niquette. 52 A. Schmitt, M. Shanley, S. Rathgaber, P. Shea, J. Ryan and M. Sennett H. McClatchey, L. Phillips, O. Kwasniewski, K. Kopec, and M. Hickey. 53 First Row: K. Palmer, C. Osborne, M. Rathgaber, G. Hall. Second Row: J. Baker, J. Racine, M. Rodgers, A. Gauthier and L. McCaffrey. J. Flanagan, A. Currie, S. Dillon, G. DeLarm, AA. Flanagan, and S. Duff. AA. AAichlin, V. AAassey, K. AAoore and A. AAartin. C. Synott J. Verchereau J. Tobin S. Smyth N. Van Campen AA. O ' Reilly 54 M. Byrne, P. Connelly, B. Cassidy, M. Creem, A. Colonese, C. McCloskey, and J. LaBrake. Seafed: K. McCue J. Lestorti R. AAcCue Standing: J. LeCours S. Lippolis A. McGee L. Garcia G. Gowdey V. Hourigan F. Harte I N. Curtiss, L. Boyd, B. BIgndell, S. Provo, J. Melish; Qojpkcmm D. Schofield, B. Samoska, J. St. Onge, C. Rogers, M. P. Ryan, M. Ryan. B. Bradford, P. Capraro, K. Cannon, L. Brown, E. Carey, K. Bosley 56 Left: N. McFadden, P. Los, G. Lawyer, L. McFadden. A. Duggan, M. Davis, J. DeVylder, S. Courchesne, S. Earley, E. Downing. ' Right: S. Long, K. Hogan, T. AAcGrath. 57 Seated: I. Martinson, K. Meagher. Standing: P. Mayo, M. Meehan, A. Martell. B. Midurski, M. Mooney, J. Gunn, J. Obert, Seated: G. Garthoff, J. Franjola, M. Granger. Standing: A. Germain, 58 P. Hafner, G. Glennon. Seated: C. Fay, S. Ford_, A. Foster. Standing-. A. Fayette, E. Erbin, M. Fern. AA. Clark, M. Corbett, B. Castle, T. Clavet, C. Comeau 59 J. Kelly, M. Phaneuf, S. Provo, C. Ortel, C. Pennimpede, G. Raymond. R. Bombardier, J. BiancardI 60 B. Wrenn, J. White, J. Wheaton, AA. E. Whalen. C. Lannon, J. Kirvin, S. LaFerriere, R. Lautner, AA. Larow. :engert, P. Bauer. Seated: M. Jasmin M. Keenan, S. Keefe, F. Hough Standing: T. Keller, K. Kirsch 61 C. Axtmann, L. Skowron- ski, J. Allen, M. Spenser, J. Kelly, J. Colcnna, P. Kirby, E. James, J. Keane, M. J. Keeler. N. Mercury, B. MIngoia, J. Mitchell, E. Mohr, with Fr. Steady. R. Pearsall, M. Sweeney, J. Colonna, J. Unger, M. Chrisham. 62 • B. Amaro, K. Balch, R. Luchini, M. J. Winderhorn. PiesJuvifew C. Axtmann, AA. Creem, R. Butler, M. Bishop, R. Frenette. S. Abraitis, M. McCaughern, J. Keane, L. Benavides, C. Devino, J. Allen. P. McDermott, K. Meath, A. Meier, M. Martin, C. Mar- shella. ' r- 63 E. Beniamin, B. Vannini, S. Bibbiani, L. Benavides, M. Vetrano, M. Bishop, with Sister Charles. Seated: S. Piper. D. Porcii, , ' . J. Piper. ■. ers, C. Porreca. Stoi-ding: J. Phillips, D. Porter, L. Libardi T. Caldwell, J. Brigants 64 N. Curley, P. Creem, J. Unger, P. Cullinan, D. Connors, A. Valentine, P. Connelly, M. Ch: fl R. Reyes, M. Scovotti, J. Ryan, AA. Rice, AA. Schiavone, with Father Steady. G. Donovan, AA. Dwyer, P. Dever, C. Devino, AA. Dillon, AA. F. Donoghue, B. Dun- ham, J. Desranleau. Seafed: G. Frangnoli. 65 Seated: M. McCue, J. McArdle, S. Abraitis, B. Leddy, M. McCaughern. Standing-. N. Lane, B. Claudy, K. Lynch, J. Lewis. M. Getman, C. Gonyea, S. Hickey, J. Fitzgerald, T. Guilfoile, A. Franz, E. Harren. P. Neilson, M. O ' Connor, S. Nadeau, M. Northrop, E. O ' Neil, K. O ' Donnell, L. Moore, L. Neidozeti o. 66 J. Shea, P. Neilson, J. Phillips, S. Hickey, K. Meath, E. Benjamin, B. Amaro. FRESHMEN: J. Kelly, Vlce- Pres., R. R e n a u d, Pres., T. Vitale, Sec ' y, J- Unger, Class Rep., A. Valentine, Treas. SOPHOMORES: R. Brennan, Pres., F. Mitchell, Vice-Pres., K. Flynn, Treas., C. Kingsland, Class Rep., T. Conetta, Sec ' y- JUNIORS: M. Connors, Vice- Pres., M. Daggett, Pres., A. LaPointe, Sec ' y., E. C r o n i n, Treas. MISSING: P. Connelly, Class Rep. SENIORS: B. McGorty, Sec ' y., J. Bolduc, Pres., P. Sullivan, Treas., J. Edson, Class Rep., N. Fern, Vice-Pres. 67 WL ' . ' ItH - T .r ' " ' — f V It • A ' VIRGINIA M. AMARO Selden, New York B.A. French K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatits 1, Music Club 1, I.R.C. 3, 4, Aristos 3, Literary Club 3, 4, Triad 3, Tau Kappa, Class Play 4. The dream of ev ery toothpaste advertiser, Ginny meets all with a smile. She is the only surviving French major in our class— and an Italian at that. Ginny also has the distinction of being one of the few seniors who can truly cook well. This youngest member of the class of ' 64 loves Ford Galaxies, Fer- rante Teicher, and Giacomo ' s home-made spaghetti. She can always be counted on to help a worthy cause whether it be making coffee for a social hour or planning a dance. The combination of a romantic heart and a logical mind add up to one thing: Ginny. JOAN M. ANDREWS Massapequa Park, New York B.A. Spanish K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 3, Triad 1, 2, 3, Tau Kappa, Class Play 2. Rip Van Winkle has nothing on our Joan, who really doesn ' t come alive until three in the afternoon. This habitue of the Corner Cottage may also frequently be found in the AAercy Smoker protesting, over a hand of Bridge, the unfairness of early morning classes. Although we are not quite sure of the con- nection between Spanish and Law School, we are sure that Joan is headed for a bright future as a member of the Bar. 70 JUDITH A. BLAKE B.A. Barre, Vermont Sociology K.AA.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, Arisfos 3, Literary Club 4, Tau Kappa. One of Judy ' s outstanding characteristics is her ability to break the ice with strangers and thus make long-standing friendships. This tall willowy senior with brown eyes and auburn hair is nnost often found " sacked out " in Room 1 1 4 or headed for the U.V.M. campus. She specializes in homespun advice and enjoys helping people. A slow starter but an early finisher, Judy possesses the right qualities for achiev- ing success in her chosen field of social work. MARY LOU BOGGIANO Rockaway Beach, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1 , 2, 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Triad 3, Literary Club 4, Tau Kappa. As a syncopated step is heard echoing down the halls, one knows that " Twinkletoes " Boggiano is near. The girl who knows more about Stowe than most skiers, she has threatened to learn to ski " next winter. " Cheerful and smiling, Mary Lou is often found regaling people with her tales of Far Rockaway and trips to Boston. 71 JEANNE E. BOLDUC Waterville, Maine B.S. Business Ed K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 2ncl Vice-President 3, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 4, Triad 3, Class President 4, Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, WHO ' S WHO, Tau Kappa. The deft fingers of Jeanne, our class Chopin, can skillfully render either selections from the classics or " Dizzy Fingers " with characteristic excellence. Music, however, is not the only field which claims her interest, for she performs exceptionally well as a class leader and as a student. When it comes to defending her " Maine " state, Jeanne proves that she ' s no " Lemon " ! Her career at Trinity? It ' s been a Triumph! MARY R. BOUDREAU Needham, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4, Chairman 4, Triad 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Choral Festival Chairman 3, Tau Kappa. St. Anselm ' s loss was Trinity ' s gain for the class of ' 64. It didn ' t take long to discover that Mary has two qualities which mark her as a true friend: readiness to share someone ' s problems and willingness to give an honest opinion. Never too busy for a coffee break or midnight discussion, Mary also manages to find time for at least two showers a day. Whatever the future holds, we know that she will keep her opti- mistic outlook and continue to greet the world with a cheerful " Hi Scout! " 72 JOSEPHINE B. BOVE B.S. Burlington, Vermont Business Ed. K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. " Closed today, chef gone and got nnarried, " was the humorous sign that announced Jo ' s wedding. The Isle of Capri will always hold a favorite memory of that honeymoon abroad. It wasn ' t long before Jo was back at her books, but excitement soon re- turned, in the form of political success which made her the " First Lady of Ward 5. " The Mona Lisa of the Class of ' 64, Jo is a woman with a definite future. RHODA BRENNAN Cedar Grove, New Jersey B.A. English K.AA.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Triad 3, Literary Club 4, I.R.C. 4, Class Play 3, 4, Tau Kappa. Rhoda, the original nebish, has the happy talent of being completely at home and enjoying herself almost anywhere. Although most often found in levis and a sweatshirt, she occasionally surprises us with a fit of sophistication. Rhoda ' s wit and her definite ideas on every subject have amused and amazed many a friend. Often realistic, often highly impractical, sometimes quite sentimental— one thing about Rhoda is certain: she will always find life interesting and in turn make it interesting for those around her. 73 MARGARET A. BUFALINO Swampscott, Massachusetts B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, Athletics 1, 2, 3, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Triad 1, Class Play 1, 4, Tau Kappa. Head down, chin tucked in, we find Buffy snow- plowing down to the shower. She has majored in math but has admitted that her real goal in life is to be a ski bum. Our star guitar player (she knows " Greenfields " ) quits the books with the first snow and heads for Mt. Mansfield, where she is strictly professional. Her happy smile, contagious laugh, and ability to give a frank and honest answer to any question will make us remember her always. MARION F. BUMFERD Wilmington, Vermont B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, l.R.C. 3, 4, Tau Kappa. Cheerfully smiling and interested in everyone, " Chubbs " is most often found in the midst of a con- versation. Her aversion to cornflakes and devotion to George exemplify her fine sense of humor. A combination of strong perseverance and appreciation of sincerity assures Marion of future success. 74 KAREN C. BURNETT Concord, New Hampshire B.S. Medical Technology K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Delegate 2, Senior Delegate 3, Regional Secretary 4, Sociality 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Aristos 1, 2, Dramatics 1, Class Play 1, 2, 3, I.R.C. 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2, Tau Kappa. Karen is an individual whose varied abilities are demonstrated in many activities on campus. Her out- standing work for N.F.C.C.S. has earned her a posi- tion as regional secretary. As the surviving Med Tech of the class, she has been busy attending lectures at U.V.M. and taking care of her black and blue arm. In her spare time after her evenings in the library, " Chirp " may be found answering airmail letters from Colorado. KATHLEEN M. CAHILL Westport, Connecticut B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, Aristos 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Co-Chairman Jr. Weekend, Triad 4, Dean ' s List 3, WHO ' S WHO, Editor Tau Kappa. Kathy, a paragon of responsibility and generosity, can always come up with a quick reply to any question. Three years work at Overton ' s Hot Dog Stand has sharpened her wit considerably, although it may possibly have induced the habit of pacing while on the telephone. Kath is probably the only one of us who has good reason to remember the first T.C.-S.M.C. Mixer, and she holds a table in Bove ' s to be very dear to her. Our luxury-loving Kath has deeply rooted qualities of sincerity and loyalty which have made her an outstanding friend and will undoubtedly make her future happy and secure. 75 SHARRON E. CALARCO Burlington, Vermont B.S. Business Ed. K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sociality 1, 2, Music Club 1 , 4, Triad 3, Tau Kappa. Sharron is an ace. The twinkle in her brown eyes and her easy smile are the only indications of the " full house " she is holding. A coffee break at Dan ' s is sure to bring out some of her finer resources. Sharron is a good listener, but is always ready to discuss her own views, drawing upon her " vicarious experience of reading. " If Sharron is willing, we know she is able— some young executive is going to find her indispensable one day. CONNIE M. CHOQUETTE Newport, Vermont B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, Dramatics 3, Aristos 4, I.R.C. 4, Triad 4, Tau Kappa. Con is our French coquette with a sparkling tem- perament and blue eyes to match. As an individualist, her philosophy is " know thyself. " Among her pet peeves are procrastination and unreliable people. Con is always on the go whether it is for casework or for other forms of social interaction, but takes time out to reminisce about her unforgettable summer at Cape Cod. Her friends will reminisce about her un- forgettable performance in " Comedy of Errors. " 76 CATHERINE J. CILLO Rutland, Vermont B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1 , 2, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Tau Kappa. Sister Gregory ' s ex-girl Friday is one who has an abundance of Wanderlust. Her travels to Florida and Connecticut can never outdo her many excursions to " Blue Hawaii. " When not in the library, Cathy fills her time teaching knitting, dieting, and shining her bearcat pin. Loyalty is an outstanding point in this reserved Italian and those who know her best, agree that there never was a truer or more sincere friend. MARY CATHERINE CLARK Middlebury, Vermont B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Dramatics 2, Music Club 1, 2, Aristos 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Class Play 1, 3. Mary K. could easily be dubbed vitality personified. In a crowd, look for the girl with strawberry blond hair and a meticulous manicure and you are sure to find Mary K. One of our party personalities, her likes range from caffein to U.V.M. ' s cultural program and her talents from circumlocution to blues singing. Mary K. will be remembered as a sympathetic listener and friend. 77 DEBORAH H. CLIFFORD B.A. Worcester, Massachusetts English K.M.S. 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4, Class Play 2, Tau Kappa. Debbie, our All-American girl, has a smile and a friendly word for all she meets; but if you want the full effect of her quiet charm, do not approach her until the hour of eight b.c. (before coffee) has passed. A good listener and master of the quick retort, Debbie has shown by her fine presentation in seminar classes that she has a cool and capable head on her shoulders. PATRICIA M. COOK New York, New York B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 4, Class Representative 1, Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, Class Play 2, 3, Literary Club 3, 4, President 3, Triad 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Chairman Sophomore Hop, Co-Chairman Jr. Weekend, WHO ' S WHO, Editor Tau Kappa. Quick-witted with creative ability, Patty has always shown a sincere interest in class and school activities. Her day sleeping and night walking may be attributed to those activities she finds most strenuous— ironing and barking. If you need a ride, a frank discussion, or a real friend, Patty is always ready to help and cheer you with her " famous smile " and good advice. We feel she will be as great an asset to her graduate school and chosen career as she has been to Trinity. 78 MARY JEAN COSTELLO Fitchburg, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1 , 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, I.R.C. 4, Li terary Club 4, Dean ' s List 1, Tau Kappa. M.J.C., our walking dictionary— but at ten p.m., " With one foot on the floor, " no one would dare enter her inner sanctum even if the building were on fire. With luck of the Irish shining from her striking blue eyes, " Irma " has been known to wear casts and travel on crutches for no other reason than tripping over broom handles. Mary Jean is one of those van- ishing Americans with the ability to adequately ex- press herself— blup-blup— SANDRA P. DONOLO Montreal, P. Q. Canada B.S. Biology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, I.R.C. 1, Dramatics 3, 4. Sandy, Trinity ' s own Joan Baez, with her guitar and straight hair, can be seen near the window strum- ming her " Prelude to Nothingness. " She collects night- gowns as some people collect shoes— but is usually at a loss for both. Sandy ' s quiet manner and indi- viduality have made her Canada ' s outstanding con- ♦■•ibution to Trinity. 79 CHRISTINE S. DOYLE B.A. AAontpelier, Vermont Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Prefect 3, Class Secretary 2, Music Club 1, Tau Kappa. " Manechewiczl " — what a smile! And smile Chrissie did in her capacity as general alarm system for all members of the class of ' 64 who wished to rise at 6:15 a.m. The meticulous half of the Kool Aid Kids is, confidentially, prepared for any occurance. Our " cat ' s meow, " though not artistic, is one who appre- ciates fine art. Christine ' s character is one which is appreciated and respected by all. MARY ANN DUFFY Milton, Vermont B.S. Business Ed. K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Ann, a Business major from Milton planning to teach in New York City, admits that she gives the impression of the typical small town girl in the big city. While it is true that she is extremely honest and unaffected, she isn ' t really as naive as all that. Her great loves at the present are " Jackie " Kennedy, Ray Charles, long car rides. Democrats in general, and making frequent " soft " quips. Mary Ann ' s never- failing sense of humor and constant optimism have brightened many a day in the past four years. 80 JOYCE AA. EDSON Barre, Vermont B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletics 1, KR.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, Dramatics 3, Class Representative 3, 4, Tau Kappa. A tiny pixie hidden behind large black sunglasses is Joyce, wandering around in a fog. Must be that she has found a new book to read or thought to ponder. If she is not pouring coffee or sorting shirts, perhaps one would find Joyce deep in a discussion of the " cons " of Goldwater or Republicans in general. " WHO turned out the lights? " BARBARA M. FABIAN West Rutland, Vermont B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Triad 4, Dean ' s List 3, WHO ' S WHO, Tau Kappa. Never seeking personal recognition, she has lent her support wholeheartedly to both school and class activities. Her success as President of I.R.C. exempli- fies her zeal while her ability in playing the accordian exemplifies her talent. Though an accomplished artist in her own right, Barbara confesses that she devotes most of her time to writing for history seminars and playing cards, even if it is late at night. Her ambition is to see the world before settling down. NANCY E. FERN North Adams, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Class Vice-President 4, Literary Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Triad 1, 2, 3, Class Play 3, Tau Kappa. Mischievous are her snnile and disposition, but dependability highlights her character. Nancy ' s con- tagious laugh and fun-loving personality are a definite asset to any group. Her " type " of tastes are as ex- pensive as her mohair blanket and her nameless French poodle. The teaching field is sure to welcome Nancy ' s ability and perseverance. MARGARET M. FLANAGAN B.A. Brooklyn, New York History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, Athletics 1, 2, 3, Aristos 2, I.R.C. 4, Dean ' s List 1, Tau Kappa. When speaking of Margaret, we all agree that the " eyes " have it! Never one to hold back in a dis- cussion group, she is well known for her timely quips and animated hands. Her vivacious personality complemented by self-composure remains fearless except when on the New York subway! Margaret proves that you can take the girl out of the city, but you can ' t take the city out of the girl. 82 SALLY-ANN HAZARD B.A. Manchester, Connecticut Spanish K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Prefect 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Dean ' s List 3, Tau Kappa. Friendliness and co-operation are certainly out- standing in Sally in whatever type of activity she happens to be engaged. In the spring and fall her white convertible serves as a taxi and " fun-mobile. " She enjoys munching on maple fudge or bananas and amusing people with the antics of Harvey Beaver. Leisure hours find her reading contemporary cards and novels. The summer of ' 63 saw Trinity well rep- resented in Spain, where Sally attended school and toured parts of Europe. JANE E. KERIN B.A. West Hartford, Connecticut Sociology K.M.S. 1,2, 3,4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3,4. Tea time is every time for Jane, whether it be at Dan ' s or over a hand of bridge. Positive thinking and a quick reply best characterize this industrious girl. An enthusiastic social worker, Jane has a mind of her own, a quality sure to bring her distinction in this new field. Politically sleeping, . . . uh, speaking, you know where you can always find Jane. 83 J. MARIE KIESLICH B.A. Burlington, Vermont Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Prefect 4, Music Club 1, 3, Co-Chairnnan Choral Festival 3, Tau Kappa. Hate that grey? Not Marie, for this particular Burl- ingtonian has no time to worry about things like that. After all, it does take time to play chauffeur and to entertain hungry dorm students. Who could forget Choral Festival ' 63 or those constant statements of the need to study? But there are activities other than the academic which attract the girl who sneezes at perfume. High on this list is travel. Europe appears to be the biggest drawing card, and it is very likely that " Miss Marie ' s " friendliness will be as evident on that side of the ocean as it has been to us. DIANE M. LAFAYETTE Burlington, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, Day Hop Representative 3, Tau Kappa. Diane is one of the few Seniors preparing to teach in elementary school— a fact perhaps influenced by the large number of children in her family. As Day Hop Representative in her Junior year, she was in- fluential in making day hops more a part of campus activities. Her quick smile and mischievous eyes are indicative of her fun-loving nature and her " get-up and go " ! 84 AAARLYNN E. LA LUNA B.A. Stratford, Connecticut Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1 , 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 1, Triad 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 2, Editor 3, Senior Advisor 4, Music Club 1, Literary Club 3, 4, Class Vice-President 3, Class Play 3, Tau Kappa, Lay- out Editor. Always snniling, always up to her neck in activities, AAarlynn is the " blithe spirit " of the senior class. Mention of deadlines and layout elicit a shudder from " Mel, " but anyone will tell you that when there ' s a job to be done, she ' s always annong the first to volunteer. Marlynn ' s winter weekends are spent ski-bumnning at Stowe, but the ' pole ' she ' ll remember has nothing to do with skiing. Her candor, her extreme generosity, and her exuberant spirit have made her a never-to-be-forgotten member of the class of ' 64. LINDA M. LORD St. Johnsbury, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletics 1, 2, Sodality 3, 4, Triad 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Dean ' s List 3, WHO ' S WHO, Literary Editor, Tau Kappa. " Still waters run deep " is the best description of the talented girl known simply as ' L. ' Having gained the reputation of being Trinity ' s Poet Laureate, Linda may be found distributing her care packages, com- posing another masterpiece, or quietly purring after a dose of T.L.C. Although blissfully unaware of pragmatism, she remains sensitive to the feelings of others, and her determined aversion to " Joe Col- lege " is an indication of her interest in each person as an individual. 85 JANICE AA. LYNCH Poultney, Vermont B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club T, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 2, 3, 4, Class Play 1, Tau Kappa. Jan " walks in beauty, " swims with style, and sparkles with personality. As a native of Poultney, Vt., our Junior Weekend Queen lists singing and hoote- nannies as her favorite pastimes. Perhaps Jan is best characterized by her appreciation of the finer things in life. This preference is indicative of a person appreciative of man ' s inner qualities. MARLYN M. McAULIFFE Burlington, Vermont B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Dean ' s List 3, Tau Kappa. One of the young sophisticates, Marlyn possesses a soft-spoken and gentle style. Her personality be- speaks a well-ordered life. Fun to be with, she presents a portrait to be framed and remembered. With a head for figures and an economical preference for the " lower-priced spread, " this classic beauty will bring much happiness to a certain man. 86 CHRISTINE A. McCORRY Norwalk, Connecticut B.S. Biology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletics 1, Class Play 1, Music Club 1, Class Vice- President 2, Aristos 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Literary Club 3, 4, Triad 3, 4, Tau Kappa. A born winner, Chris graduated from three years as floor proctor to Student Government President, which exemplifies her ability to excel in all she attempts. " Casually " (and Chris gets very casual in dungarees and a sweatshirt) our hostess ' favorite party food is the combination of cream cheese and onion. Socially, she admits that she did not recognize her big moment. No challenge is too great for her. She always comes out on top and that is how we will remember her. MARY KATHERINE McDONOUGH B.S. Rutland, Vermont Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Aristos 3, 4, Triad 3, Class Play 3, 4, Dramatics 3, I.R.C. 4, Inter-Dorm President 4, Tau Kappa. It is hard to believe that a logical, methodical, organized person can be a dreamer too, but such a paradox is our Mickey. Her major in math explains the logic, but what accou nts for those hours spent in daydreaming? Mick can be seen scurrying over to breakfast in her plaid dress, bidding everyone a " cheery " good morning, but, at ten, she changes her role to that of ringleader of the " Kool-Aid Kids, " and then settles down to work on her unfinished sweater. Other qualities combine to make our Mickey the independent and objective Irishman we love. 87 BARBARA A. AAcGORTY Hudson, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter Dorm President 3, Triad 1, 3, 4, Aristos 3, 4, Literary Club 4, Class Secretary 4, Class Play 4, Tau Kappa. An individual whose conscientiousness is reflected in her personality, Barbie prefers the tailored look in blue oxford shirts and jockey caps. This senior enjoys the antics of Harvey Beaver and talking about her favorite subject— her br other Bobby. Her knack for organization overshadows her habit of procrastina- tion and has helped her in her capacity as House President and class secretary. MAUREEN McKEEVER Brandon, Vermont B.S. Business Ed K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodaltiy 1, 2, 3, 4, Triad 1, 2, 3, Aristos 2, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa. Mo ' s subtle humor and wit have amused her class- mates for four years. Though her major is Business, you ' re " on the right track " if you place magazines, cards, and knitting as her minor interests. Free mo- ments Mo spends in the library trying to increase her speed in shorthand. She is looking for an opening for a Business major who doesn ' t want to teach but wants summers off. Her perseverance should be a great help in this endeavor. 88 KAREN A. MARTINSON Waterbury, Connecticut B.A. History K.AA.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Tau Kappa. This fiery red-headed senior who has been a skier for five years without an injury, managed to twist an ankle— leaping a hedge?! Karen, our rebel with or without a cause, is noted for her wildly imaginative schemes. A born politician with a clever wit, she is an asset to any group discussion. I VIRGINIA F. MURPHY Windsor, Connecticut B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, Class Play 3, Tau Kappa. Ginny is the last of the big collectors— she could supply us with anything from a copy of " Lord of the Flies " to a paper clip. Not very athletically inclined, Ginny, with all her ski equipment, visited the slopes less this year than last— and last year it was only once! Ginny is adept at practically everything she does, whether it is concerned with the local Red Cross chapter or the sun lamp seminars in Room 1 28. Though she is known as " Jewie " Murphy back home in Windsor, wherever she is, it is evident that she deserves the title, " Miss Organization. " 89 JANE E. POWELL AAassapequa, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletics 1, 2, 4, Secretary 2, Aristos 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 3, Triad 3, Tau Kappa. The girl with the " golden touch " and the moonbeam blonde hair has hidden talent in the field of imper- sonation. " No kiddin ' around ' Jane is a true con- noisseur of good humor. Jane ' s fame as a neat dresser almost equals her infamy as a lover of cat n aps. A member of Mr. Bird ' s fan club, Jane is one of T.C. ' s aspiring social workers. To Jane, happiness is a yellow jeep in the summertime. So to the girl with the rabbit feet, best of luck! DIANA A. RICKER B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Tau Kappa. For three years Deedee was one of those lucky girls who enjoyed three home-Cooked meals a day; but now all that is changed, and Dee " cooks ' em her- self, " since those wedding bells chimed! We see all too little of her, for she has learned to " make like a Thunderbolt " in her gold Volkswagen. Beneath the dreamy-eyed, reserved exterior is a real friend who is always there when you need her. From now on. Thanksgiving will be celebrated in at least one house- hold as more than a national holiday! 90 DOROTHY ST. AMAND B.A. Burlington, Vermont History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, Music Club 1, Dramatics 3, I.R.C. 4, Tau Kappa. Easygoing Dot is highly teasable and a bit on the shy side. Her mastery of the ski trails and her heated disputes over " uncalled for " parking tickets are two examples of her spirited nature. Many winter week- ends have found her at Stowe, many summer months at Lake George. The years after graduation will find Dottie and her B.A. in History making a success in her chosen career— education. ALEXANDRA M. SLOBODIAN Rome, New York B.A. Sociology K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1 , 2, 3, 4, Class Vice- President 1, Triad 3, 4, Art Editor 3, Tau Kappa Art Editor. Sandi, with her infectious laugh and her ability to get along well with people, is a welcome asset at any gathering whether it be for " socializing " or social working. Sandi is a devotee of madras, ladybugs, diets, and more madras. Her marathon discussions on the phone have helped her through many a study hour. We wonder— has " Slobodes " passed the ski patrol test yet? or did the car break down once too often? Anyone planning a visit to Sandi ' s home town should expect this advice: when in Rome, do as the Slobodians. 91 LORETTO A. STEWART Burlington, Vermont B.S. Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 4, Athletics 1, Dramatics 3, Class Play 1, 2, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, N.F.C.C.S. Junior Delegate 2, 3, Aristos 3, Triad 3, 4, K.M.S. 1st Vice-President, Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, WHO ' S WHO, Tau Kappa. Loretto, our Irish lass with Scottish tastes, is prob- ably the busiest blonde on two campuses. With a hand in many school activities, and a foot on the gas pedal of her " restless Renault, " she has claimed the title of St. Michael ' s most outstanding mathema- tician. Trinity might phrase its sentiments to the " tune " of the Famous Charlie Brown— " Good grief, what talent! " PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN Ramsey, New Jersey B.S. Chemistry K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, Athletics 1, 2, Aristos 1, 2, Secretary-treasurer 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, President 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Dean ' s List 2, WHO ' S WHO, Tau Kappa. When Irish eyes are smiling they ' re likely to belong to our vivacious Pat. Whether scurrying to an early 9 A.M. class at U.V.M. or trudging up the hill to a late choir rehear sal, Pat always manages to find time for skiing or a quick set of tennis. As an active member of the Class of ' 64, her style is poised, her wit spontaneous and her knowledge shining. 92 AAARY P. TALBOT Rockaway Beach, New York B.A. History K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Class Play 1, 4, l.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Arlstos 3, 4, Tau Kappa— Treasurer. Mary is one of our conscientious history majors who always has so much to do and can never find the time to get started. As a staunch supporter of the Dramatic Club, she has overcome every difficulty with her motto: " The show must go on. " Mary ' s generous nature is tainted by her one slightly parsi- monious habit of asking for a cup of hot water. As one of the truly sophisticated membe rs of our class, Mary is sure to make a name for herself in the teach- ing profession. MARGARET R. THOMAS B.A. Shelburne, Vermont English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, Aristos 2, 3, 4, l.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4, Class Play 4, Dean ' s List 2, 3, Tau Kappa, WHO ' S WHO. Peg, the only dairy princess who ' s afraid of cows, has endeared Shelburne and her home to many of the senior class. A treasure wrapped in a red sweater almost bypassed Peggy freshman year, but her shop- ping experience made her recognize a true bargain. Peg ' s wit is surpassed only by her generosity, and her willingness to lend a helping hand. Her quick mind and high ideals will assure Peggy a respected place in the field of education. 93 JOAN F. TOWNE Montpelier, Vermont B.S. Chemistry K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Triad 1, 3, Music Club 1, 3, 4, Aristos 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa. The scuffling of feet and a cheerful " hi " char- acterize our generous Joannie. An expert in the culinary arts, Joan is a contrast of ruffles and sneakers. Warm sunshine and the musical puttering of a Model A Ford present the ideal setting for this admirer of Vermont life. NANCY J. TURCOTTE Fitchburg, Massachusetts B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Literary Club 3, 4, Triad 3, Class Play 3, Business Manager Tau Kappa. Style and poise, topped off with a pleasant smile are characteristic of Nancy Jane. An avid sun-wor- shiper, she likes Beach Wagons almost as much as the beach itself. With her jokes she likes corn; with her photos, surprise; and with her breakfast, company. We are sure her friendly attitude and happy outlook will always be to her greatest advantage. 94 ALINE T. VILLEMAIRE Burlington, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1 , 3, 4, Aristos 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, Music Club 1, 3, 4, Tau Kappa. Have you ever seen a blur going up Pearl Street about 8:20 in the morning? That ' s our Aline! The high note of any songfest, she makes our choir trips complete vv ith her renditions of " Summertime " and " Hard-hearted Hannah. " Why English books are so big we will never know, but our little friend can certainly lose herself behind them. With her skip and her lively smile, there ' s no doubt that she will soon be " discovered. " ARLENE L. VILLEMAIRE Burlington, Vermont B.S. Business Ed. K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1 , 2, 3, 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa. One can always count on Arlene to strike a har- monious note in song, in friendship, or in anything she may be called upon to do. Though she doesn ' t claim to be an authority on mountain climbing, she is said to be the author of " How to Get Lost in One Easy Lesson! " Her agile fingers perform equally well at piano or typewriter keys. We can be sure that Arlene will remain in tune with the best of life. 95 FRANCES A. WISELL Vergennes, Vermont B.A. English K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, Class President 2, 3, Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Aristos 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Class Play 1, Music Club 1, Literary Club 3, Photography Editor Tau Kappa. One of Vermont ' s staunch Democrats, the " Ver- gennes Flash " has been not only theoretically but actively connected with politics, as evidenced by her capable leadership of our class for two years. Of course, this is only one aspect of Annie ' s many-faceted personality. If not found playing the piano, perhaps you would find her dashing around the campus or- ganizing for some club or class project. Whether on the basketball court, " quietly " listening to her stereo, composing a seminar, or just plain being friendly, rarely could you find a more likeable and interesting person. LINDA M. YAGER B.S. Rutland, Vermont Mathematics K.M.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Aristos 2, 4, Sodality 3, 4, Tau Kappa. The sight of " Tessie " the Last of the Hudsons on the shores of Lake Bomoseen is a sure indication that Linda isn ' t practicing on her slide rule. But who needs a slide rule to be a tennis expert, an amateur football hero or a snowbunny? There seem to be two places which an ingenious " Lucy " has related— Leavenworth Hall, Feb. ' 61, 5 a.m., and Mercy Hall, Dec. ' 62, 5 p.m. No matter what place or time of day, it is char- acteristic of Linda to always do things the best way she can. 96 1917-1962 Peace, his triumph will be sung By some yet unmolded tongue Far on in summers we will not see. Tennyson 97 The Campbell UotppUne A place in 98 Knowing you ' re well dretsed up Kids Ma, Pa, and the Gang AGAIN! Being on top A King Pin A phone call Cutting up 99 and shipping OUTIIIM Our datt rings Getting a kick out of life |g| " i " %. m 0 - •m$ ' A. V : I f)0(tSO i ' t jpS - I " f ll It » H « ' « ! Mifel PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Abraitis Mr. and Mrs. Fernand D. Audet Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Axtman Mrs. Mary Biancardi Mrs. Gene BibbianI E. A. Blundell Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Boggiano Mr. and Mrs. Lionel C. Bonnbardier Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Boudreau Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Bumferd Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Byrne Mrs. E. Cahill Mr. Robert W. Cahill Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cillo Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Clavet Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Corbett Mr. and Mrs. James J. Costello Mr. and Mrs. William Curley Mrs. William F. Cronin Mr. and Mrs. John DellaVecchia Mr. and Mrs. John J. 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Yager 104 BOOSTERS Marlynn and Judy Kafhy and Jane Nan and Carolyn Debbie and Margaret Sandy and Mary Lou Sandi and Anne " Chubbs " Sally Ann and Barbara Ann Karen and Joyce Jeanne and Pat Patty and Jane Nancy and Nancy Karen and Mary Chris and Kathy Mary Jean and Ginny Peggy and Ginny Mary and Buffy Cathy and Linda Chris and Mickey Maureen and Barbara Mary Kay and Connie " Boode " and " L " Joan and Jan Arlene and Kathy Genie and Caria Joanne and Sharon Meg and Ag Bernie and Maureen Sue and Mary Pam and Sheila " Mole " and " Bill " Kathy and " Sunny " Joan and Frani Mary Beth and Alexia Two " Mies " trom 206 Avalanche and Rapunzel Patsy and Es Margaret and Frances Mary Lee and Margie Joanne and Martha Hope and Judy Jean and Rosalie Pat and Lynn Joan and Donna Rita and Karen Mary Ellen and Anita Gloria and Elaine Valerie and Pat Judy and Mary Ann Sue and Merrily Mary and Kathy Liz and Lynda Shotsie and Susie Rita and Raleigh Genevieve and Mary Jean and Gail Marilyn and Betsy Anita and Onnie Barbara and Joan Eileen and Mary Ellen Maureen and Judy Barbara and Jan Dillon and Capone " 74 " and " 1 2 " Ginger and Mary Fran Sharon and Sue Ellen Margaret Martin McNulty ' s and the Rustic Terry and Sue George and Mary Cindy and Kathy Joanne and Lorraine Liz and Carol Carol and Gail Peggy and Kathy Nancy and Lois Michele and Ann Mary and Rose Marie Linda and Dee Reenie and Anne Sue and Pamela Joyce and Cindy Patty and Terry Eloise and Beth Innpy and Gloria Judy and Linda Jackie and Jane Maureen Powers Darby and Ann Chlorophyll and Danielle BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Andrews 105 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 64 Mr. and Mrs. Hebert G. Murphy Delicious Eating Daily Specials THE GRINDER HOUSE Famous for Real Italian Grinders 1270 Willis+on Road South Burlington, Vermont 864-9591 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 The Class of 1965 106 Congratulations and Best Wishes From Your COOPERATIVE FRIENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 Mr. and Mrs. William Powell BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1964 Kenyon ' s Dress Shop 1361 2 Church Street Burlington. Vt. THE CORNER COTTAGE TRINITY ' S HAPPY HANGOUT! 107 EDW. BALF CO. 190 Huyshope Ave. Hartford, Conn. Concrete Stone Asphalt Transit Mix SERVING THE GREATER HARTFORD AREA 4 Plants to Serve You The Lure Best Wishes Hamburgers — .15c Golden French Fries From SIMPSON ' S Triple Thick Shakes FUR STORE, INC. 1200 Wiiiiston Road So. Burlington Fur Garments Cold Fur Storage Repairing Remodeling m VERMONT ' S LEADING Painting and Decorating Cleaning Contractor 7 Church Street Burlington. 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Ill CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 64 THE CLASS OF 1966 112 Congratulations to the Class of " 64 of Trinity College ETHAN ALLEN BAKE SHOP Trinity ' s Birthday Best 1115 North Ave. Burlington ETHAN ALLEN SHOPPING CENTER Va jAjex iV V vU| ryLUi(4ZA4 Ave. PEGTONS YARDSTICK Fabrics — Bridal Accessories and Veiling 115 St. Paul Street BURLINGTON GRISWOLD ' S A W Williston Road South Burlington Hot Dogs — Hamburgers and Floats THE FAMOUS 5c ROOT BEER Best Wishes From MR. AND MRS. Vermont ' s Largest COSMETIC and PHOTOGRAPHIC Center HOWARD A. TALBOT to the ABRAHAM ' S Class of 1964 «A " DWig fitM£ uV 345l 113 Recommended by AAA REED MOTEL 1200 Shelburne Road on Route 7 SOUTH BURLINGTON, VERMONT 05401 ETHAN ALLEN LAUNDERETTE and ESSEX JUNCTION LAUNDERETTE Self Service 24 HOURS ft €t tie A I Apol (Bu.rfin ton, ' Uf. ' In Memory of a Friend " Congrai-ulations to the Class of 1964 MR. AND MRS. 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CtftS$4 1964 AAAARO, VIRGINlA-40 Inwood Avenue, Selden, New York ANDREWS, JOAN-344 Park Boulevard, Massapequa Park, New York AUDY, DIANA-1 1 Patchen Road, South Burlington, Vermont BLAKE, JUDITH-1 9 Warren Street, Barre, Vermont BOGGIANO, MARY LOU-244 Beach 1 39 Street, Rockaway Beach, New York BOLDUC, JEANNE-78 College Avenue, Waterville, Maine BOUDREAU, MARY RUTH-29 Sterling Road, Needham 92, Massachusetts BOVE, JOSEPHINE-153 South Union Street, Burlington, Vermont BRENNAN, RHODA-15 Greendale Road, Cedar Grove, New Jersey BUFALINO MARGARET-45 Pine Hill Road, Swampscott, Massachusetts BUMFERD, MARION-Wilmington, Vermont BURNETT, KAREN-51 Rumford Street, Concord, New Hampshire CAHILL, KATHLEEN-2 Raymond Place, Westport, Connecticut CALARCO, SHARRON-59 Catherine Street, Burlington, Vermont CHOQUETTE, CONNIE-5 School Street, Newport, Vermont CILLO, CATHERINE-61 Howe Street, Rutland, Vermont CLARK, MARY CATHERINE-! 7 College Street, Middlebury, Vermont CLIFFORD, DEBORAH— 47 Prudential Road, Worcester 6, Massachusetts COOK, PATRICIA-255 West 84th Street, New York 24, New York COSTELLO, MARY JEAN-41 Clyde Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts DONOLO, SANDRA-260 Strathcona Drive, Montreal, P.Q., Canada DOYLE, CHRISTINE-1 1 Cherry Avenue, Montpelier, Vermont DUFFY, MARY ANN-East Road, Milton, Vermont EDSON, JOYCE-! 7 King Street, Barre, Vermont FABIAN, BARBARA-Castleton Road, West Rutland, Vermont FERN, NANCY-82 Maple Street, North Adams, Massachusetts FLANAGAN, MARGARET-78-25 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York GEORGE, SHIRLEY-7 Burns Street, Barre, Vermont HAZARD, SALLY ANN-130 Hawthorne Street, Manchester, Connecticut KERIN, JANE-16 Arnoldale Road, West Hartford 7, Connecticut KIESLICH, JACQUELINE MARIE-198 North Avenue, Burlington, Vermont LAFAYETTE, DIANE-28 Murray Street, Burlington, Vermont LaLUNA, MARLYNN-1330 East Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut LORD, LINDA-7 Parket Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont LYNCH, JANICE-5 Church Street, Poultney, Vermont McAULIFFE, MARLYN-34 Arlington Court, Burlington, Vermont McCORRY, CHRISTINE-Stepping Stone Road, Norwalk, Connecticut McDONOUGH, MARY KAY-21 East Washington Street, Rutland, Vermont McGORTY, BARBARA-37 Lincoln Street, Hudson, Massachusetts McKEEVER, MAUREEN-5 Dyer Street, Brandon, Vermont MARTINSON, KAREN-155 Bracewood Road, Waterbury, Connecticut MURPHY, VIRGINIA-! 31 Pleasant Street, Windsor, Connecticut POWELL, JANE— 156 Hampton Boulevard, Massapequa, New York ST. AMAND, DOROTHY-1 05 Home Avenue, Burlington, Vermont SLOBODIAN, ALEXANDRA-203 East Sycamore Street, Rome, New York STEWART, LORETTO-135 Loomis Street, Burlington, Vermont SULLIVAN, PATRICIA-26 Snyder Road, Ramsey, New Jersey TALBOT, MARY PATRICIA-430 Beach 124 Street, Belle Harbor, New York THOMAS, MARGARET-Shelburne, Vermont 122 TOWNE, JOAN-131 Berlin Street, Montpelier, Vermont TURCOTTE, NANCY-20 Thomas Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts VILLEMAIRE, ALINE-40 Clark Street, Burlington, Vermont VILLEMAIRE, ARLENE-40 Clark Street, Burlington, Vermont WISELL, FRANCES ANN-71 Green Street, Vergennes, Vermont YAGER, LINDA-2 Leonard Street, Rutland, Vermont Cktj 4 AMBROSE, BARBARA-3 Holmes Court, Montpelier, Vermont AUDETTE, SUZANNE-227 Intervale Avenue, Burlington, Vermont BAKER, JANE-Constable Street Road, Malone, New York BENCIVENGA, MARYLOU ALMA-418 Pomeroy Avenue, Pittsfield, Massachusetts BODKIN, ELAINE-195 Eastwood Boulevard, Centereach, New York BURKE, CATHERINE-204 King Street, Burlington, Vermont BYRNE, MARY ELIZABETH-387 White Street, Orange, New Jersey CAMPBELL, JOAN CAROL-218 North Street, Burlington, Vermont CASSIDY, BERNADETTE-4 Tappan Street, Kearny, New Jersey COLONNESE, ANDREA-1650 North Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut CONNELLY, PATRICIA-39-25 50th Street, Woodside 77, New York CONNORS, MAUREEN-West Pawlet, Vermont CREEM, MARY ELLEN-75 Coniston Avenue, Waterbury 8, Connecticut CRONIN, ELIZABETH-1 1 Locust Avenue, Troy, New York CURRIE, ALEXIA-360 Pathway Manor, Wyckoff, New Jersey DAGGETT, MARION-22 Flandreaux Avenue, Glens Falls, New York DeLARM, GAIL-Hague, New York DELLA VECCHIA, MARILYN-158 First Street, Hamden 14, Connecticut DILLON, SUSAN-108 Livingston Street, New Haven 1 1, Connecticut DUFF, SUSAN-29 Saint Elmo Road, Worcester, Massachusetts FLANAGAN, JUDITH-78-25 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York FLANAGAN, MARGARET ELLEN-201 Beaconsfield Boulevard, Beaconsfield, Quebec, Canada GARAND, JOYCE-Middlesex, Vermont GARCIA, LINDA— Four Corners, Northfield, Vermont GAUTHIER, ANITA-Beech Street Extension, Bennington, Vermont GOWDEY, KATHLEEN-955 North Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts HALL, GENEVIEVE-Bunkerhill Road, Ipswich Post Office, Ipswich, Massachusetts HARTE, FRANCES-R.F.D., Charlotte, Vermont HICKEY, MARY-17 Orchars Street, Dannemora, New York HOULE, ANN— 400 South Winooski Avenue, Burlington, Vermont HOURIGAN, VIRGINIA-104 Old Great Road, Slatersville, Rhode island KOPEC, FRANCES-22 Second Street, Adams, Massachusetts KWASNIEWSKI, ARLEEN-21 Old Hebron Road, Colchester, Connecticut LaBRAKE, JOANNE-89 Davis Street, Rutland, Vermont LaPOINTE, ANITA-1 17 Larch Lane, Peekskill, New York LeCOURS, JACQUELINE-West Church Road, Hardwick, Vermont LESTORTI, JOANNE-49 Saddle Rock Road, Waterbury, Connecticut LIPPOLIS, SHARON-1 8 Sherwood Drive, Westport, Connecticut McCaffrey, LINDA— 14 Lindenwood Drive, South Burlington, Vermont McCLATCHEY, HOPE-1 207 Valley Road, Bridgeport 4, Connecticut McCLOSKEY, CATHLEEN-90 West Main Street, Wappinger Falls, New York McCUE, KAREN-299 Steele Street, New Britain, Connecticut McCUE, ROSEMARY-197 Woodstock Avenue, Rutland, Vermont McGEE, AGNES-Sheiburne, Vermont McGOLDRICK, EILEEN-9 Orchard Drive, White Plains, New York McGUIRK, EILEEN-Park Drive South, Rye, New York McKEVITT, REGINE-702 McKinley Avenue, Rome, New York McSORLEY, PATRICIA-199 Highland Avenue, Kearny, New Jersey 123 MAISANO, JOAN-430 Kelby Street, Fort Lee, New Jersey AAANDRONICO, PATRICIA-303 West Cedar Street, Rome, New York MARTIN, ANN-102 Adam Road, Massapequa, New York AAASSEY, VIRGINIA-272 Silver Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts MEYLER, MARY ELLEN-69 Pentaquit Place, Huntington, New York MICHLIN, MARY-160 Cliff Street, Somerville, New Jersey MORIN, CAROLYN-21 Peterson Terrace, South Burlington, Vermont MOROSKO, GERALDINE— 42 Soundview Drive, Shelton, Connecticut MUSANTE, MARIE-1 7 Johnson Place, Daiton, Massachusetts NIQUETTE, CAROL ANN-1 3 Hood Street, Winooski, Vermont O ' CONNOR, MARY-135 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