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..,. Mr. Tloberi W, Kraft rt! 1,- 35 Bamcsx Temjace R'5?'5 me.. wampscomz, massachusetts Q A1535 - Q Ah. ..,,. ..... VOLUME XXVII Ii. i I v,L' Rf 1'J"" 1 lx. .nk V I 4'!'1u-7033! :L .A K rj ,lx ai 1 ... ww wwri- 'Jw mn ., Mft .H-,. ,1L,L.: N 7 V- rf :- , ' "fW1n1w'-N wzaww bw :K .I xy., ,, ,7-, ...,. ,H Jf,,y',, 444 fifyff-f -V 4,11 , fx? 1 :WJ Lfllliffix 41 LH ui-, fi ,'-'fffA.1,, W SET' "ju, , 'La' f,',f14'f'f,':Y1f,'i.'11 fr' JfJ'!'.j21'Zjxf 1.fRfT1,', fp.-w C,'.'y'2:f...:-. w,g,,f:1xgr D, L I 44 gf.. ,Mg QW'fP1f.'1z ,fa I1 Y T, MX 1 al. wif In Wi ' "iff-p v lk.,, .. ,Q ,JV-9, ,J L5 I df! 'E "1 Uri ," Y- - f f, fl f"f'r:,.7.1 , 1, f,AT,",W1lfw" 1 -, ,-r z",','a'f' 1 .XI A IL , ,- WNW Cx ' 'E .GX 4. -' l A-Q ' 'A-vig . fa H 'w i-2a-gg 'wr f .15 'QM gf --1 'ff-1' --.. Q "Y ' , Q W 'VE fQz"a'er . 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"' ,gf - - '-"tx a n X , N? pages 106-133 . 1 ., '51 f X 9 .1 ... kg -1-f. -,fr -5 3-Q' L. ,- ,L5 -2 , ix, f' 61 ,-1,11 A., x' 21 .e :Q V- 5 1:5 ,.x,,gfV A ,IV rf: ' 'xy ,, 5' x 195. eS1,,.'17ix'fQf: -:P .. - f,Kg3.,SAl..', , xi ' , y.J.'.,1G4?g:!f, A ".v'-:Se-lr - ' mu" I: ill' nm '- we-' 35147 vfkm 745 di . f 1, ,l,' T,-if ' :X ', fps., 1: .ri , h -4 J, of... -' Q. -Q: HQ .4 -wa f. 1 , .5 V Q. 'J I Q fzyzf '72 , Atgiwffl I L X , , , . ,li mfg f' . f .yi 'e.Q',- M :Jil vin P' ' ' ' if g 1 gf! ,, E f--. N' . 'T.-,, 5 X ME n ew 3 K -. ' , .p,4pgif:v?fff:- : me . ----- P21295 220-235 -l-l ff 955555, .7 "'1in..u-,I ,gy "-vig f .N f 'Q -.., --11 'WSW 41 I ,514 I' Siuuf1nnh+i'f'f Yf41w X i f -fi . - u-- Xsl' 11111 ld 'aw 4, I is F Li l'. Haag iw I ,R " aun 3g,Ei?-'sie -, ' ecz 1' 1 9 5 3 pages 188-219 .-T smcerely dedmated to prexy . . . That the past fifteen years have been a period of steady growth and progress for Tufts College is due in great measure to the skillful leadership, wise planning and limitless energy of President Leonard Carmichael. Students and staj' alike were al- ways amazed at his many slflL'Il1Lg.5:M,llgQZlllL02ll ever seeming to be hurried. ,,,t.. .+hisQseguEltrtim1ftyf rarely dis- turbed, pressure of' problems requiring :his ,decision and the heavy demands O1fZZif:fllgTlvS'Mt'l7'l'lbll:ll7tll energies, cler'r'tjQf1i2gl,S3,Q5Zzr'1f,srir1,g not only from tlleiresponsibilities of his also, Vfxr achieved prominence,fromoutside sources. Yet in atte'nding 2Qo lii.s,gfjjL1ig.vrrter'able -daily he never lost sight of the main course on. lLQggfwgtS leading nor Vdid, he fever forget that the primary concern of colleg'e3ii.s the student. time ,fore theft individual student who needed his or cldvfioetpqlztdlifoiq'the .student-Qf'ztriction.s he .siiefiee-ily, enjoyed gattending. His Q9l6Cl-QfblllllgiQ'7'6Gl'i7Z,g3fl1Sg,lQQ5Q2'Lt5'f campusiiljas the55greetingi at man who likes youngfpepple. He could not ass1.lmei.,titelfi7'ole of a "stuffed shirtw '1:flL0,l?f'Zl6Cl, for he is inherently, 1a modest and a humble ntanrfms. W. t M M , , . 2 23 5 :fa-fn.f. Hi' 1,', fslfm-fr-'EI , , S" J ts 1 . ,- ' 2 "'. -IVV 1 - I Qlwi'iQl7'Qffl6fZ'f..i?Z5g?3lQ9sfiifllltf.24?1d87'!I1'UdUf1rf6 y0fN'S to assess PresidentfCarmichael during his nearly fifteen years here. M them were of any ir1.tartgilgle.inature andsreflect his aim for "a better, not a .bigger4gjif'gT14ft.s.,' , The concrete acltie,veinecrzt.s of his? administration are many. Among would' poirit top an 'increase in endowment and plant funds from 050116114 ff2?2?2ll'5Q?1f,lili?'llf17'S in '19i?8of0.-Severn-feat? .."e CL half "mllli97L 1fCll1lfLZl.,'rff'i,l-iflifflileililflf 5942! 0711 the 1,lL0ClQto fP2,i00f,'glclifirigfesfifrt -degree requiremen.tsQft0i' the 1fr1.d'zfz,:idllg,a.l7o"isiQ1lde'ntl'22irg. the, .educational sehemeg one third more' courses inthe Liberal Arts Sichooljgia Engineering School,,:eurriculum,' establisliment,-1 of Naval and Air F clevelopmentfrqffstlie e.vtensitze program of A-time-Crt 'carried out the :laboratoriesg and addition of the afiliategd schools: Bouve-Boston SchoolQsall?-o.sgQjis1?'Ssclz,ool,gQ722f'Qccr.1,pational School of llQ6'Mlt.967lQH Arts, F orsythfscliooblfors Dental fflygienists and thelfNursery Training Schooll ' o Tlhe, physical ,ffzcil17ties.LgQfe Tz.4ftsEg',fl3,ave , been ,,1, vastly improved under, ,Car- mrfczuuzgf New bujild'iugs,ar'e 'the Jackson ' Gymnasiumg Boolcstore, Tflamilton Pool, lVarg rl-' rllfemorial'L-ibrary, lg?resident's oulse andTBray 'glTlLg'l71.6Q?"I:I2-g Laboratory, with Carlnticlialel tliefjifffifbslzenrf1A1id1Ztorifz.efn.lQ,yet torcome. Davies, yW'ade, Antliony, Sfz11njzj'erfal'i2.fl5lPVyetlif'fHouses wereladded as Jaclfson dormitories, The new llfedical and Dental Schools became part of the 'New England Medical Center. Buildings remodeled or renovated were N Ballou, Curtis, Qtobirisong i:East, 'QVV est and Dean Halls, Bromfielcl-Pearson B1l,'llldli7I?,g,V Barnufzn Milseurn. ention should also be made of the establishment of the' Wlenfs Infirmary, reorganization and n.ew housing of the M aintenance Department and establfiishmentefofeaj'system of insurance and retirement annuities for the faculty. C ' ' This brief summary, incomplete as it is, suggests the dynamic leadership under which Tufts College has prospered during the past fifteen years. President Carmichaells accomplishments are an important part of the heritage on which Tufts will continue to forge ahead in the century to come. g LEQNARD CARMICHAEL As a campus leader and as an honor student while an undergraduate at Tufts, Leonard Carmichael indicated the leader- ship and brilliance that have marked his career. After completing his graduate work at Harvard, he was a successful sci- entific investigator and teacher at Prince- ton and Brown, and an equally successful Dean at the University of Rochester. As President of Tufts College since 1938 he has lead the College through the difficult years of VVorld Wiar II, and the period of adjustment in the postwar period. During his presidency, his im- agination, his ability, his hard work and his leadership have contributed to make the last fourteen years an outstanding period in the history of Tufts. 'Vai N xJ .f 1 .-5 ,f, ,- .Pixy He is recognized as a great educator and scientist. having served as an ofhcer in many national Scientific and educa- tional organizations. lllembership in many important national and state com- missions indicates the extent of his ability and interest. He has rendered service to Tufts, to education, to the Common- wealth, and to the Nation. Throughout his career he has con- TU s 1 o' R YV F'0i.D gs. MASS: 1-ncwuvacr ARLAND Ni, DQRLA-M A.:.A. aosfou tinued research and scholarly work in his chosen field of physiological psychology by the fact that he is a past president of the American Psychological Association, and by his membership in the National Academy of Sciences. Moclest, unassuming, versatile, he has made friends for Tufts and enhanced its reputation. Dr. Leonard Carmichael will long he missed at the College on the Hill. gf' fs 1 vw F - , sus, W. 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Chubbuek Marjorie L. Bender ,., .,!l,,,, "Spr'in,g on the hill 'is sweeter fair T hun springs before or dftev' are . And ilzink of the mormfngs when the sun. Lighted your windows one by one . . . ' Coll back the memories you made Qf where you lived cmd loved and played Remember any April day, ' And 'mcmy a moonlit r1:iylzt,: and S Spiifzy on the lzfill is sweeter fav' T ham .vpr-zfngs before or after aref, : Q5 J - FL' .,.:31f 1: ' ,sz ay, - W . -. - - .. v 1.--7.7 -. -- WY-v .... -.,.. .. lu 'v Ax 1 W L, . ---.,, ...,. 4 "Thi: is the way a Tnjb' man circnl4zte.f." Open Houses . . . . . . were held by the engineering societies last April in conjunction with the N.R.0. T.C. The main feature of the lilechanical Engineering section was a demonstration of the Tufts College foundry in action. At the Electrical Engineering labs guests were treated to a guided tour of the de- partment and exhibits illustrating the modern developments in radar. The Civil Engineering department presented models of the latest methods of bridge and road construction and other engineering aids to transportation. A concert was pre- sented by the N.R.O.T.C. Band, and the Who alfa! .fkinny one in the background? student sailors presented models illustra- ting methods of amphibious landings and submarine warfare as well as the newest features in naval Weapons. 'Tsycho the Detectivei, was the central theme of the psychology depart- ment open house and the exhibits consist- ed of a review of the past 100 years of psychology. The students of each cou1'se in the biology department prepared an exhibit concerning the subject matter of the course. The Lambert Kingsley society, which was in charge of the open house, also presented an academy-award winning nature film by VValt Disney. Three Jeconfls, two JGCOIYEZJ, one recom! . . . one Joronzl. APRIL D6'IlZ0l'l'6lty at Tllflf. Class Elections . . . . . . which are held at least a week before Junior weekend have never ceased to bring about the spirited activity of preparation. Speculations fly as to who will 11111 for what office and the various. slates begin to take shape. The designated signatures are then obtained. After one day of posters, the candi- dates actively campaign and the decisive day follows. Un the same day the three honor soci- eties, Sword and Shield, Ivy Society, and Tower Cross, are also elected by their respective classes. lVelfome to Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Beta Kappa . . . . . . exercises is perhaps the most thrilling assembly for the undergraduate. The selected few, based on high standards and outstanding qualities, walkedfroni Pack- ard Hall to the Chapel in a procession with the nobles of the lea1'ned world. A short biography of each student's talents and accomplishnients were given before the initiation ceremonies and illustrious speakers rounded out the program. Fin! .funny rhzyx empty bookflo re and lounge. I li 'fiigfl iff? APRIL o "The time will c'o'mcf,jo1' t'1'f171c's olci' reason, U'71,en .spmzg 11fo1'N be arzoflzer season. A Remember linen, 2'emo'nzl1c+r well, The C'lH'??'Itllg paflzos, fill? clzapcfl bell . . . Qf how the trees awlzacl 0'Z'U7'lL6'UCl To Shczde filo Row: lzow slzrzcloms spreacl V A dappled yaaffmvz on the grass Uf'hm'a you went by 1m'flL books to class . . . The green sfzocct smell of grass and sung " The roads that like a '7"iblI0'Il -ruyno . . ' Lf:- is 1 Q, 1 x . Q x1....,.,m tx AM . iffwt - . I K gm. , A Q an iam, , . 1 ,Z 4 B , f If ,f-57 .. Gp, rf if 42 Q 'Dx one 1 an in w Hi M ,qu .un-, -5 - jane! jatoby, janet Doran, Cozzmznce Pelraxh, jean Zf7Il7ll8I'7I1tZI7, Dazfia'Fento1z, janet Rogers, Elizabeth jerzlzizzgx. unior Prom . . . opened the Junior Viieekend when couples danced in the Terrace Bi1,iil'O011'1 at Cousens Gyni to Count Basie's music. Next came Junior Day exercises. softball game, IFC talent night. A picnic at C1'ane's Beach concluded it. MAY Miss Jean Zimmerman The crowning of the Queen, Jean Zinnnerman, was the highlight of the Prom. Jean, a Jackson Junior, coming from Quincy, lliass, has hecoine familiar to the Campus by her gracious and pleas- ant manner to all. A serious student, majoring in Econ- omics, Jean has a promising future ahead of her. During her years at Jackson she has been offered modeling oppor- tunities froln well-known studios. She was chosen out of several candidates from various colleges in the vicinity of Boston to represent Jackson in the College departinent. at l"ilene's. . '- Wm-if ' rf H , .E ..., -. , ii T g " . ik V--5, S. ly. hy ,. 4 x we 4. fb . L vi Fil i aff . rl ",.. Li i ".. X' x."1'.' -,1,-- 3. - ...,..'- 'f - ' - - - '5 -'- . ff tln no A ,, s ,X gr: ' '-" '15 i Q -. A qw il if ii . f PL l f ggi if A ,f s Y E -1 if file 'Hari . 5 wb Ng! X' as Q 'Ya' f N . ,mllifi A' -x' 5,75 '. K J-'FL ' xr ' W TN .:a 4 Y f X 'x' 'fix ' " N K 4 f -I I , .Y 4 1 N is 3 I 'Z ' 'sg in .pf Q in , ,ln K MAY --,.. ....-,-- , .. -..,,... .. ang., , Spring Sing . . . . . . was held in Cousens Gymnasium due to rain. The gym was crowded, many were standing, but the mass of people were still and listened with rapt attention. The spell was broken only when the audience broke into thunderous applause. The sing- ers slowly filed off the platform, different expressions were registered on their faces -some smiling, some embarrassed, and some worried. After a few words of introduction by Dick VValsh, another group ma.rched up to the stage. There was tense expectation when the judges assembled on the decorated platform. Silence. Delta Tau Delta was announced tl1e winner with their fine ren- dition of a medley from the "Student Prince." Davies, Sawyer and VVade Houses sang the "Halls of Ivyw and gained their second successive win. Anthony and Capen Houses got I'IOI101'2ll'TlC Mention for "Low Breathing VVinds." Other participants were Alpha Tau Omega, Off-Hill Cnon-compctitivel, Theta Delta Chi, Stratton Hall, Graves House Cnon-competitivel, Metcalf West, Rich- ardson, Sigma Nu, and Alpha Epsilon Pi. Dfwiaf Home and Deltx, the wimzerf. MAY Q LW L I .,. .,. .,.,,. ,. Spring Formals . . . . . .bloom along Professors Row when the long planned and awaited formals of each fraternity take shape. The dance may be held at the VVinchester lVIusic 2nd Century . . . ...Fund Drive, under the slogan 6'To build a better, not a bigger Tufts Collegef, was supervised by Professor Houston. James Collins, an undergraduate of Tufts, was in charge of the undergraduate cam- paign which consisted of soliciting pledges from the students. Because of his able management the Alumni service award was given to James. This was the first time it had been given to an under- graduate. The Calnpaign included many din- ners, teas, and cocktail parties for Alum- ni and influential personages to explain the need and cause for the Second Century Fund Drive. An anonymous business man from Boston thought the campaign worthwhile enough to contribute a million dollars. lN'Ia.ny others contributed to make the goal and over, possible. House or lNIagnolia-by-the-Sea but the activity is the same. There is the usual scramble for dates, cars, tuxes, and flowers and the confusion does not end. The car keys get lost or shoestrings broken-all disasters strike-and not on time again. Meaiiwhile, the girls' dormi- tories go through an even Worse state of disruption. ...And out of this come the times We remember. l l MAY if 2,-A 'T as A wr MQW, , ,am . ' 1-mass nl 5 mmxw M mmm :ERA my ' m wang sms ,ww w :msg , mx I R , SK5'-if ga, ws , vs : 91 aw .4 1'- wr wikis sw A as fmswfhq ENT- 7: 1.5 81 aww? N4 X LEW 1 12. .M me my E gf, QW Q sn- Nf A Nw Q, w-gg BQ. 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Steve Toadvine, the Thete candi- date known as Bo Jest, was supported by Delta Upsilon, Alpha Tau Omega, and Alpha Sigma Phi. . Steve,s campaign personihed the Foreign Legion, complete with Arabs, tanks, llarems, dancing girls, and a charge at the State House. N A , it 12 .lyff Faith and begom, kick! fl? . , 4 .:-: ,K Ili-p55 . ' i A mi M Ya ."Q'fQ H- as .95 25 Cindy Lord 'l,UdI'b!8J' to MvWig. MAY "ta Paul Wiggiu, alias Mickey McWig, was the Czuididzite of Delta Tau Delta, in the 1952 lVIayo1'ality Czuupaigii. He was supported by Phi Epsilon Pi amd Sigma Kappa. lVIiekey's theme was 1L1ll70l'11ltll1 Folk- lore consisting of lGpl'6Cl'l2Ll.lIlS et. al. All his supporters were hedeeked in green and white and passed out key ehaiiis with eloverleaf Cll2ll'll1S upon which were imbedded pictures of lVIiekey. Irish :md reels, band plztying, :uid guy happy air pervaded his whole ezimpaiign. The Hill was literally covered with various posters: all kinds, sizes, shapes, :md 1l1ilI'll16l'S. lN1iCkey's hauling :L pair of overalls from lVIrs. lVIiu'phy,s chowder was an amusing incident which nmny reliiember. "'Twfz.i' cl vols! wizifefr ezwzizzg . . Y Paul W' gm . Q, . Mickey' McW1g l llc.. B' l Pratt Bij Bin J B.. Bill I ratt, otherwise known as s IJOU Bill, conducted a spirited campaign last spring with the aid of Sigma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Off-Hill Club, and of course his own Zeta Psi. Bijou Bill's campaign was a la Holly- wood, complete with bright yellow cos- tumes, sun glasses, and cigarette holders. Bill was a typical film-land producer. He carried out his theme Very successfully with different scenes being filmed over the campus between classes such as the l'African Queen." Cheese-cake art was very much in evidence, all in helping with the theme. Thursday night was the big skit night at the Oval and it was Oscar night for the Bijou Bill Company. Aj5'iccnz Queen - with ijlmr. A Hollywood j11'061iZlCIi07Z. ll jg- Tbe fzflziliav' wave of the zzzmfizlazte. MAY K-Aix? V5 W' N ,ff s. it A t 'LK .Sk , 'W W 'if f b If Q3 .pi E Q .. 5 Pt v .gi ,is fi, U A f ,f it 'fqlfff-:tw 'A ,Y - ft ft-'f'aa'it:3 fe ,I . wget, 21 so :LL S sf . l'i - 1, , , 1 , X H. . . The ivy by the 'window stirringg The mower's hard impatient whirrirtgg . . . Along the Row and across the grass A thousand thousand footsteps pass, 5 :if E 1.- ' 'melt and real, all lmowfn and near 2 ':'Z sts' W. is ff-get gig: . . , fs Q21 Thzs ts thecpampus, year by year . . . Four lllays, Aprzls, and four Juanes, .,,, fe 4L:'vfJ,' 'VE-: "ser A-I.. eountless drowsy afternoons " Wifi . . . 'Sprwzg on the hall rs .sweeter far fs ' Than springs before or ,V -wi Ma .I K Z M , o Al ' f v Y xl 1 .f +1 f " - ze sf Mg- ., 2 , -,, - -f' 4-M-ff X iv -we ' - 3 , .V 5 . J! we kj :Z NJ 75.5 5 ' - 1' M K 2- Q g 'Q ' 'I 1ifsf5' seats is H sxegif wr mit, 3' if .. ' l as ,, ff - ' ij , 3 ,gf . 2, :- ' my It ni some P52 A , -S 8 3.1" Q 3 921 si ,Q f , A, .... ' - -- ix' we V. L ' after are Wire at Tujif JW' an edumtiofz. Finals UN E ...that inevitable pause between the the lWa,yoralty fun of Junior at the various sununer full of hectic fury and fun of Campaign, the carefree YVeekend, the last fling fraternity houses and EL beach parties, Navy Cruises, carefree days on the Cape and in the mountains, are once more upon us. For some it is a period of intensive study, for others a period of intensive rzmtionalization-but somehow, all seem to survive. hlixed with the Seniors, sighs of re- lief after their last exanis is a tinge of melancholy at the sudden realization that their four years at Tufts College are quickly drawing to a close. 'fgfQ'jggi:i:4 ,Q ','f.7:' si f-'QZW51 ' fall if-Qfn' ' 'f.?iQ,7 Senior Week The gala Centennial Pageant held at the Tufts College Oval gave coniniand performances June 3, 6, and 7. Under the direction of Harry S. Dorrington of the John B. Rogers Producing Company and the production of Dr. John R. VVoodruff of the Tufts Arena Theatre, Tufts and Jackson students pantominied eighteen scenes showing the history of our college. Four students, Fredrick Breitenfield, Jr., John Cox, Jr., Lois Epstein, and Joan Lennon, narrated "the Light on the Hillf, Tuftis Night at the Boston Pops was held June 5, 195Q. The Pops Orchestra and the Tufts-Jackson Chorus perfornied in all their glory for the alumni, graduat- ing seniors, and their friends. .. fd' Iwo ,lima Reemzrtecf. " We C011 beyirle thy knee . . .' Fiedler and jidrfles. is V,-. va sn, rf. 2: .X JUNE Commwzily .spread al the Fiendly rollege. The campus was just as perfect as it could ever be for the Class Day Spread with blue skies, bright sun, and tall trees which shaded the cool green grass. The seniors and their dates selected their dinners from the candy-striped buffet, walked under the gaily colored Chinese lanterns, and sat at tables be- neath the huge Tufts banner fluttering easily in the soft winds. In a procession siinilar to that of graduation, the Class of 1952 marched to the lawn in front of the Bookstore for the informal portion of their final Weekend. The highlight was the reading of the Class Wlill with lllal hlooney and Ricki Craven, once lnayoralty rivals, now coin- bining their wit and talents. The ac- tivities were concluded with the planting of a tree, the class gift. Prexy and Mrs. Carmichael - fiefzdly ax zzsmzl. JUNE l'7zi'fi'3 Oh, you mimi yon. O ' . . . which lerzvex Iwo ffollazzr and heyf. 1,-.. I dire Cfexfz ll:'l-"l1'LlCl- , .f ,ass 0 1Q5 Q !"'f'Sf"1 is The ja-Illll hmzfhhahe. lgqunzzaf Qjhnfor 6920111 ffhq-gll!7k'l'1.C1! lrlgfllfflllllll Cj'6:mlvh1?jh1lh':- If lffuum' .wfxlxl hlflwlm-11 lzumlrml kjlifly lwn u:ooA1,.m. In 1:00 U. fu. rghgunuz Cjhnlgfu Klll1!CljJIl:S CiUl'C'l!0S'V'KI Three olrlock June 8, 195Q, trustees, D , .K . nts m then' " ' ' ' ' ' ld 'Towns 11121416 the tladltlonfxl cape, 111 U ' t COIIIIIICIICGIIIGIUL exercxses. Guests facultv and stude processlon 0 , . , F or the first tune as g'l'21ClllilNtCS, the Class of 1959 sang 66DC2I,l' Alum lVIateI"' and Associate Professor Ashton gave the Benediction for the ninety-slxth iltlllillill commencenlent. "ww . 35511,-5.x Q3 35-Q A WK:-Lf 4 Q ' I V1 fa XE 0 S- x W , M , ,nw Q hkms-.-fNz: .H ik .. Q Www ' ' SJ. wx -, 3.-I V 1 . , X- VY! -h N ' '7n'+ 'i7" Y K H h,J .L tt t t ttt -1, we .. "The bell Tang from the chapel while we ewalheel. Oh. where are aulmrm days and mfglzts like these! I Showed myj5'1'e11d the tower above the hill, - 'T he And Capen Path, Ballealjelweeen the tfees A gate in the fence showed faniently in the flush. ' All ,P W In. East anal Wvest the liglzis began lo elaine . . . 1'1w'af,-me by seasmzs froot and grow T Over and unclefr paths that go W' here pathways go, from gate fo gate. The bell 7'I'IIfjS hourly, early, lafef' L 5 f 7 4 3 A 1 1 T- .- ini ,.l,, 'QR' Am! you my lh61'L',.l' 110 term paper? Registration . . . . . . that Herculean task consisting of filling out volumes of forms and decipher- ing mystifying schedules of courses- faced the new Freshmen and the return- ing upperclassmen. It is the time to greet old friends, to display coats of tan that tell of long, lazy Some men, rome min mm' MetL':zlf Weir. More papers and fbrmx. hours, on the beach, and to catch up on the news of the past summer. For the freshman it is his first brave venture into the mysteries of education at Tufts College. For the upperclassman, it is the powerful challenge of avoiding first hours, holding Saturday classes to a minimum, and leaving time for that mid- morning cup of coffee at the Kursaal. Pra for Rain . . . . . .a traditional part of the freshman hazing period, led by the Sword and Shield, was an exciting one this year. rw - - lhe Jackson girls with buckets, waste paper baskets and even hoses were well ., , prepared to sufhce the freshmen s pleas. In the excitement, some of the boys attempted to break into the dorms. Amid SCl'62l,111S from both the Jackson girls and the housemothers some Frosh managed to enter, but not without a strong opposition UD from the girls. SEPTEMBER ll? 3,12 an ' auf Haggis 1, ,,, Q- .., A 112. +- ' ., icq Rallies . . . . . . showed the college spirit of the stu- dents. Stlfflilillllllg out by the hundreds to sports rallies sponsored by Steve Toad- vine and by the never tiring girls at lrletezllf, Tufts, Jackson and Bouve dis- played l,l'2lClltlO1lill noise and GXlllJ61'2lHC6. Songs and cheers around :L grand bonfire on the parking lot followed the torch light Il2l,!'2lflSS around the cannpus. I f only ezferyozze went ont fn' the tecmz. Tfyv lllfzyor and Jonzber' Jpmkww. - SEPTEMBER ' . .-Z' t Y "WT e made notes. We were very good at ?7Z!l,k1i71,g notes f :uf-T011 theiprefessor tltought we thought he said, ' In V ,f1fngtQgcz,gzjng at htm cmd tlpinlcfivzy Qf sotrrtethmg else, li' A A ' Peems maybe . . . Q t g Q . ,Wf e wefre very impotrtant, 'were very busy, 1 ,A ,izy 1 A:,:A i A'xy CLl'II,?C!,ilj,S' seen there danezfng. the eollege Ufeelcly. ff A "'t the egvcmmfmzttion system, . . F y -mfzapf-sg, teyvqey311'11'ltzf1'e. 'ity V ,L Q, ,V sr. ..,. 5 IQUIO,-k,1f,Zg., f , 5 Lui . vi i - ,, ' Q, 17' 5 3 cg 0 2 ff: iw . ck Eu 5 x ' 1 , ' f f. wi Q 1' zz, 5 W. W ' I 35 ' 'iw- g , 55465: ' 2 f V ' FW WM:-sa4wNfw we.gs,,aef1w:--:m..w-REQ fx r 1' ' 1 rs 5' :K 2 W. V I l I W 1907! get the baby prize? Hazing, Rush Weeks, Traditions The Andrew! Sifterf 7l1ilZllJ' ozze. . . . come fast and furiously upon the new Frosh. Almost immediately they are in- doctrinated into the practice of doffing their beanies to faculty members, arming themselves with their Ivy Books, and seriously endeavoring to master the tra- ditional songs of Tufts College, While that benevolent -Sophomore Society, Sword and Shield, supplies plenty of incentive. Tbif 'llfiffb mzrsd :zone away. .K 5 5 . T, ' xi.. K i S. fi: -i 1 M r.:.X., ocToBER -- But aside from this hazing, there are other traditions which are more to the liking of the Freshmen. One is the Tradi- tions Dance, the first big dance of the year which is sponsored by the Sword and Shield. Arranging a date for this big dance is made easier as Jaxonite frosh oblige by wearing signs on which are printed their names, as a part of their hazing. After a week of such things as carrying their books in pails, the girls take off their clashing bobby sox and let down their pigtails to have a ba.by party. CAdmis- sion restricted to Jaxonitesj About this time the fraternities lead the bewildered frosh on a whirl of dinners, movies, and parties which constitute rush week. The following weekend, the freshmen march in body to the home- coming football game and engage the sophomores in a rope pull during half- time. If they are successful, the hazing is over. The frosh become full-fledged mem- bers of the college community and the beanie soars into the air. it OCTOBER . .QI - rl 1 Second Century Ball and Convocation Tlne Trustees ol Tullls CollegC re uest the Plea""" ol. Your company 1' at .ie 0.:....,...,,..1B.,u a L -evening of Ffiilaye 'lm 'em 0 on 1 e at nine Jcloclc ' e I ml L6 secured oral, ol .tc R-si-'nf used CBN! by uw Ol 'ke 'nel Cl Following the annual Trustee- Faculty dinner, the Second Century Ball, held on Friday evening, October 10, began the Centennial Weekend. Invita- tions Were extended to the visiting digni- taries as well as to the entire College Community. For this gala affair, the Jackson All- Around Club transformed the Cousens Gymnasium into an old fashioned Geor- gian Ballroom. Golden pillars and drapes lined the sides of the dance floor. A large chandelier hung in the center of the room, with streamers radiating from it to the walls. Amidst this splendor, clad in for- mal garb, the couples danced to the music of Baron Hugo and his orchestra. Because this was part of the Celebra- tion to usher in Tufts, second century of existence, everyone was anxious to at- tend. Both the student body and faculty were well represented. Ten honorary degrees and one degree extra Ofdlflelll were awarded at the Con- vocation CCI'CII101'll6S, at which three hun- dred delegates from universities marched in academic procession. Un Saturday morning, Sir Hector Hetherington, Prin- cipal and Vice-Chancellor of the Univer- sity of Glasgow, and Vannevar Bush, President of the Carnegie Institution of Vmznewzr Bzuly inner ar wmvzivzg. Xvil.SlllHgllO1l. gave addresses pertinent to the times. The delegates at the meeting heard James Bryant Conant, President of Harvard, and the Ambassador of Sweden to the United States, His Ex- cellency Carlson Boheinan. Parker McColleste1', a trustee of Tufts College, spoke at the Sunday chapel service. Delegated pay homage to Tujr. OCTOBER TYC Regatta . . . . . . sponsored by the Intercollegiate Sail ing Association, are held both in the spring and the fall. In recent years, the team has im- proved rapidly and was rated as the num- ber four team in New England last year. In addition to competing with the other twenty-six colleges in its own association, the Tufts Sailing Team has competed extensively in intersectional regattas, events held outside New England by neighboring associations. W'ithin the past year the team has sailed in competition as far away as Chicago, the Naval Academy and Alexandria, Virginia, where teams from all over the country have supplied the competition. At the present time, the team is the winner and holder of the Franklin J. Lane Trophy and the Jan T. Friis Trophy. Queens and ezutzmm leezvex on pezmefe. I. F. C. Ball . .. . . . climuxing ax, hectic yet greatly spirited week of rushing and pledging, was held on Friday, October 31, 1952. Early evening cocktail parties at each house, the descent to Cousens for the formal, and the efforts of each fraternity to see its own queen elected was the early center of excite- ment. Herbie Sulkin and his orchestra, provided the music for the crowded dance while Paul Ronco's ensemble entertained upstairs. XV ith the crowning of the Inter- frze1:te1'11ity Council Queen, the groups gathered znlround the seals and banners decorating the gym to Serenade their -,M queens with sweethezut and college songs. if n 3 I-1 3 Who do you think will be the Queen? A prexizlezzl erm! el queen. Hd!I1I1i1I9JU'f0f' new royalty, e e - - ocToBER Mary Ilg, Gail Gamble, Mary Ellen Fitzgerald, joan Lennon. Yolamla Diez, Carol Goldman, Elizabeth Grlfilby, Carol Grinwis. I. F. C. Queens . . . . . . were the subjects of much discussion and admiration as the crowd awaited the announcement of the new Queen of the Interfraternity Council. 'The nine can- didates had previously been presented in a parade of floats which toured the campus at noon. Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity was represented by lVIiss Carol Goldman, a Bouve sophomore from Brookline, Mass- achusetts. Bliss Pamela Hancock, Secre- tary of the Pan-Hellenic Council, was selected by Alpha Tau Omega, and Delta Tau Delta chose Miss Mary Ilg as their Queen. Delta Upsilonls candidate was Miss Carol Grinwis, from Nlaplewood, New Jersey, while Sigma Nu nominated a newcomer to the Hill, from the Canal Zone, Miss Yolanda Diez. A Miss Betsy Griffiths, also a Jackson freshman, was selected Queen of Theta Delta Chi, and Zeta Psi picked cheer- leader Miss Gail Gamble. Phi Epsilon Pi's candidate was Miss Joan Lennon, vice-president of 3 P's. Queen of the Interfraternity Ball and Homecoming Queen of the campus was the charming Miss Mary Ellen Fitz- gerald, representing Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Mary Ellen, who comes to the Hill from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, is known to all of us for her refreshing smile and her constant good humor. Her many activities include cheerleading, Chi Ome- ga, and participation in many productions of the Theater, where she is Secretary of 3 Pls. OCTOBER ?" , l 1 , V , 1,7 TA . , -r.. .,.' .' Miss Mary Ellen Fitzgerald 'l-l-- OCTOBER nqp-n , Eff irigi li E E 'E 3 E : I EL' ' . . sometimes I 'walk the college .streets at night, Heincts rammetl into topcoat pockets, collar up, ' ', K'zfelf'zfng th6fjIeCl176S before me . Y. I ost after post. and year o'n,-year, . Q A h P' From lo1'1ggago'?'t'ill late ,' 5 Q. .. 1 Where are the men who put them here, These from gate to gate? Q 4 . The men who walked the Row before mg time Were by ghosts my thought awoke." 5 - ff' 'fri ' T V 3 ' r 5-at-:5'f:S5ff ff ew: R 6 L, 1 I EN I , W. , ww , , , ,. ,W-fg.,, fy 13,3-N1 'ZX , ,...qfk Mk M Z X 'W , V 14:-f. x hm tm.-ew fr -, 'HQNIIQM . J V4 ' -33 XF29' " 'B qy'l?4955?k :yt 4 nu? 'WV' ,.,'f',m, f mg . .1 W5 K, ff' 2 ag ,,:2':.- 'egg K , 4: . 3 ,ggwgfkak fi,-gi .535 " f,fqf,,, .lv 9 Homemzzzizzg game - whotr got the ball? Homecoming . . . . . . had hundreds of Tufts Alumni pres- ent at the Oval on Saturday, November 1 for the Homecoming Day football game with Amherst. The afternoon also saw the inauguration of the annual Jumlio Book Option Campaign, highlighted by a stage coach and balloons depicting the Happy, the milk laarxe, working again. pioneering spirit of Tufts' Second Cen- tury Campaign. Half-time entertain- ment was provided by a lVIayor's Council skit featuring a boxing bout in which Pete Cook, representing Lord Jeff, was defeated by his mighty Tufts adversary, Lou Pacini. Following the game the alumni were entertained by the fraternities and dor- mitories with cocktail parties, dinners, and open houses. Gr1'w1' . . . , wlmz 61 tiger. NOVEMBER -l---f T. V. zfiewerf watrb band play mul team pexhrm. Television, Honors, and Robert Frost . . . . . . marked the month of November. Thousands of fans all over New England saw the televised game between Tufts and the University of hfassachu- setts as Well as the impressive half-time display put on by the Naval and Air Force Units. On November 5, President Car- michael, in his last Academic Honors Assembly, presented scholarships and honors to the outstanding undergradu- ates. On his fourth annual visit to the campus, Robert Frost came this year with H0lZ01',f lo the cfeferzfizzg. A a special message. He reiterated the urgings of several of his more popular poems. "The youth of today are making the mistake of falling into the well-patterned security requirenients echoed by society. The road not taken is becoming the rulef, he feared. VVith slow, calculating Words and an infectious grin, hir. Frost warned that Without vision and daring, there comes that block which stunts growth of the mind and the ambition of the individual. '-li NOVEMBER "G00l!fZ'1ZC6.f1I1tlkE good zzezghboi f " Hoypital? Sem! fzrz mlzbzzlmzre to . . if ' 99 The Trzutor . . . "Why :fwfr you try him?" . . . was the first major production pre- sented by 3P,s this year. The play, a modern melodrama, deals with a young atomic scientist who believes he is justi- fied in giving atomic information to the Communists. He feels that if both sides have possession of the weapon they will have to Work out a solution in order to prevent mutual suicide, that in this way only there will be World peace. VVhen accused by Naval Intelligence, he discovers for himself the flaws in his theory, and assists the Intelligence in uncovering a top Communist agent. The play ends on an ironic note. Rick Breitenfeld portrayed Dr. Carr, the Traitor, and was strongly supported by Fred Blish as Professor Emanuel, Joan Lennon as Dr. Carr's fiancee, Frank Del Vecchio as Captain Gallagher, and J im Georgas as Lt. Henderson. NOVEMBER ,Q A ii... Almoxt got bim - oopy, fdfklflf too lmwl. Candy Cotillion . . . . . . sponsored by the Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil of Jackson Vollege, was one of the most original dances of the year. The niusic was provided by Ned Barry and his orchestra, and the decorations were unique. The gym was adorned with paper cotton candy, a huge gingerbread house and large lollipops. In the middle of the room hanging froni above were several different pastel colored candy kisses. Well, zfkyazz .rqmzre the laypotezzzrfe . . . W9 Oh 120, I rlatezl him laft yea: Anal the bam! played 012. NOVEMBER I fi. -, g E -- r E- - - 3 -Y Y at E ' . . . Hy ga'me.s'Q by lowes, by books, by lau.ghz'er I,?.?7'I.llg fill now and long he1'eafte1'. This his The way oar footsteps came. None of fhe least Qf them 'is lost. The oldest tree in the cold wincl tossecl, The briglztest room on al Jqrlienclly night, 3gThe solemn pillars 1'o1mcl and wlzite And strongfofrever under the roof, Are all we neecl of promlzfse and proof. ' We wallfecl the paths . . ." To the victors . . . En' Cook directing the A.T.O.5, Christmas Sing . . . . . which has annually mirrored the en- thusiasm and spirit of the college coin- munity, was properly dedicated to Presi- dent and M1's. Czrrlnichuel. The event has consistently been one of the true ex- pressions of campus unity. This year there were fifteen groups entered competitively, while the Off-Hill Club and Naval R.O.T.C. sung on at non- competitive basis. The judges selected Alpha Tau Ome- gffs rendition of "Carol of the Bells," by Lenovitch, and Richardson Housels "Let the World be Glad and Gay," by Staley, as the winners in their respective groups. ' ' 'f.f.'i'-l.5f6OZ"zf'f-f,lf f' "f.T+Y Amie Wifenzmz alirectizzg Richfzrflfozz Home. An intermission contest between members of the administration-Jeffers and Emery-and members of the faculty -Shapira and Carpenter-almost re- sulted in a tie. Tower Cross, after much deliberation, declared the latter two better singers and presented them with a large, white turkey, and the consolation prize of a squawking chicken was given to the former. At the conclusion of the competition, the Pan-Hellenic Council, in a candle- light procession, led the audience in Christmas carols. Immediately following the Sing, the student body walked the Row serenading all within hearing distance. go the Jpoils. Twl- DECEMBER Holida Festivities . . . ...were signaled by the return from Thanksgiving vacation. The parties were well staggered until Christmas vacation. Pledge formals, an important event on the social calendar, especially for the initiates, were usually' held at various Boston hotels, preceded by cocktail parties at the individual houses. Then the pledges were treated to a dinner in their honor. The long anticipated Christmas for- mals led to the hanging of Yuletide decor- ations. Familiar red and green streamers, the scent of Christmas trees, and multi- colored lights made their gay appearance. Santa Claus dropped among the formally attired couples with a slightly collegiate greeting and then distributed presents. DECEMBER -ii Christmas Parties . . . . . . are fast becoming a tradition at Tufts as fraternities, sororities, and various groups around the Hill take time out from their regular functions to entertain those less fortunate. The parties consist of gifts, ice cream, cookies. entertainment, and Santa Clauses of various sizes and shapes. Excitement runs high as the Christ- mas spirit invades the campus and the students plan for these events that bring The "kink" had rl gram! time. T Christmas to many that would otherwise never know the joys of the season. It truly exemplifies the spirit of Christmas at Tufts. i-Hia DECEMBER ' .. Words, Colors, lllevrezfory, 2 , A And musze mfzgvecl, 1 In y7rc1?'se Qf what mere words earmof bring back . . 35 T Y eg . . . 7 ell us why blzakespeaere Gfl,Cl'lL7'8CZ, I V, Ufhy the moles are freieh Tell 'II-47126 real mecmieng Qf life, and how to live . . . . . . Sqftened 'in velvet to the cLrmQ3y mezfnd. JI face in the croewtl, a.fm'm 7'G'7?Z677lb6'I'V8Cik,.: M -5 A svlvifl fillzzsfilm in the color lLelcli'Me Foe' a moment, and 'in cz moment gone: A voice. lllemory. A sweet memory . . Q .WlfVe lmmv the story flze campus tells." 4 I an . J f'Corne Back Little Sheba" . . . .by VVillian1 Inge, which was pre- sented as a Studio Production at the Tufts Arena Theater Tuesday evening, is a very moving play. W'ith Patty Gold- shlag and Rick Breitenfeld in the leads, it is magnificent. They make Lola and "DocU Delaney the most hopeful of the hopeless, the greatest of the small people, in a tragedy of our civilization. Lola is a sloppy, indulgent, degenerate Woman, lazing about in that most careless of shadows, her past. For her past was warm and eager and optimistic, or at least she remembers it that way. "Doon is a reformed drunkard who is intent upon being realistic and tries to dismiss the past of which his wife constantly keeps re- minding him. It is only when Lola re- alizes at last that little Sheba is never coming back, that "Doc" has tempered all the shortcomings of himself and the world with humility, that the two are both once more ready to try life. They will try in vain, but they will try. by Sam Blazer, PVeelcIy,Vol. LVII, No. 13. Ben Ames Williams . . . . . . came to Tufts! Un January 13, Middle Hall. the English Club of Tufts, was very fortunate in having this popular historical novelist and short story writer as guest speaker. Introduced by Brian O'Connell, lNlr. Wlilliains immediately set a very informal atmosphere in discussing several of his works and giving sound ad- vice to all present who were interested in writing. 'SSS Finals . . . . . . mark the midpoint of the college year. The regular college activities and social life are suspended as another semester at Tufts is being culminated in the well known booths at Cousens Gym. Once more the lights in the dorms and fraternity houses along the Row beam late into the night. Once more tense students wait in anticipation as the in- structors pass out those all important forms and the Kursaal is again crowded as the just finished exam is discussed by groups of Tufts men and Jackson girls re- laxing before undertaking preparation for the next one. is... .. Yes-finals are here again. The foot- ball games, the Rush Wleeks, and the holiday season are over, but ahead is the bright prospect of another wonderful spring on the Hill. ANUARY -1-'- . S 0 "Thejb0tsiep.v pass. The trees 7'6IIllL1:'H, , Green, in. sun anal bare in 'rain . . The doorways stand. The w2fncl01v.s' wait . . . The high walls see the sun go by . . Theffworh we did, clhtl all we said, A , A P5 Or hoped, or thought, is never dead. Never fofrgetteerz, but lives, it bb Lives here . . . 1 Alljrieh ancl real, all lcnozlm and near Thiel if eempm, year by yeew . . ." K' 5 5 9 T . . . and once more we commit ourselves to a semester of assignments, reports, and exams. But somehow each new regis- tration period is ,greeted with waves of optimism and resolution. Bull sessions are carried on in earnest as upper classmen talk over the pros and cons of various courses, and the fresh- men, older and wiser, attack the tasks with a new outlook. Cousens Gym-the scene of so many thrilling basketball games, and various dances throughout the school year, is now filled with numbered tables, lines of students, and the general bustle that marks each registration period. Once more we take that fatal step that is always followed throughout the Spring term with cries of, "Uh, Why did I take that!" FEBRUARY :--i-s- Registration W'bere'5 the tmfjlir cop? . . . arrived without snow, but the Week- end activities Went as scheduled. Friday , , night was spent at Cousens Gym Where W lntef C2I,ff11Va1 , , , the Air Force R.O.T.C. learned a lesson in Wheelchair basketball from the Cushing Paraplegic team. The Cage was trans- formed into a carnival. Dzmking Deltf at the bazaar. A fha rl .ferefmding Sigma Nu. AEP5 jzut .ringing in the min. Cn 5 vi ffl' 5 I A On Saturday morning many weird structures were being raised in the front yards of dormitories and fraternity houses. It was the animal bid of each group to win the Snow Sculpture trophy, this year without snow. All morning the construction continued, classes suffered their usual Saturday fate, and by noon time all were ready to be judged. The Carnival Ball was held in a huge red crepe paper tent, the sides of which were banked with huge snowdrifts and occasional snowflakes. Inside, the burn- ing candles gave a very cheerful and at- mospheric glow to the crowded dance Peggy Weller, Mike Glover, Claire Cahill, Felicia Mezzamppu, Toni W'i1zter.r, judy Wirt, Sandra Karixla, Sally Dower. floor. Baron Hugo provided the music in his usual delightful style. At intermission time the mayor, "Bo Jiestl' Toadvine announced ltlike Glover, Jackson Senior, Carnival Queen. lVIayor Steve gave the snow sculpture trophies to Alpha Sigma Phi for their tremendous beer keg and to Metczllf East for their colorful lvlardigras. Awards for past performances were presented. The A.T.0.,s got the Pray for Rain trophy for their immense outlay of water on freshmen, and the Kippies re- ceived the Blood Drive Trophy for the highest percentage turn out in answer to lg,-,k 559,13--. --L'-'ll . ....'.--,4 x frlgi. . I A Mayor Toarfwizze and Cdfllilvll Queen Mike Glover. the Red Cross drive. Final awards were Sunday brought to an end one of the engmvecl sweeps, for the special team- big second semester weekends as a Story- work exllibitefl in the first Annual Nfystie ville jazzband pe1'fo1'n'1ed in a crowded Regattuo. HIqlll'Sfl2ll.H Who mmf about mow? --il-l FEBRUARY we Q U sr WW? as :Q ESQ Y Q Eiga? ff ,L ,. B :-:.- ' W :lik W gx M S aw? W 5 W . 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The responsibilitidslof the Student Council have grown through the years. hflore and more the council,s duties have dealt directly with the student body, yet the Council itself was not representative of the students, but of activities. This was :Ln increasingly glaring defect unt.il finzllly in December 21 referendum was presented to the college by the council. Four plans were offered. Plan two was accepted. This plan set up :L council containing eight directly-elected representatives Qsix from Tufts and two f1'Ol'11 Jacksonj plus representa- tives froin the major tlrlrlergraduate governing bodies. Plan three would have added leading czimpus organizations and Plan one :L continua- t.ion of the present system. The Council had morally bound itself to the referendum outconieg hence the plan will insure the progress thus far luzule by the Council. jx Q. i.'if5,1lA b 1 is so igv' sf - his -ee f , - McKinney, Petfozze, Hall, Borden, Werzdef Balm Frm Spzllane Strlzblze Elufnofl, Ackermmz, H6Z7IFOEk, Kean Wazclufell Clllllilllgbdlll Glover jacks. 'nq5t,udent 4 The Jackson Student Council is set up as il middle road between the faculty and students as well as at judiciary body. It attenipts to co- ordinate the policies of the 2-lflllllI1lStI'21,tlOIl with the interests of the students by examining prob- lems and proposing solutions to both. The newly established house colnlnittees, composed of four oflicers and the faculty resident in each dormi- tory, has relieved the Council of petty judiciary duties. Headed by President Joanne Kean, Vice President. Elinor Wlznrclwell, and Secretary- Treasurer Pzunelzt Hancock, the Council is com- posed of an Off-Hill representative, dormitory presidents, class presidents, Jackson Weekly editor, and presidents of the All-Around Club and the Athletic Association. ' " ' ' giegi 'iiggifggu I7 l Epftein, Elwood, Cox, Walder, Cramer, Fenfcbunwz. Goodwin, Toltz, Zizzman, Wezzder, Gregg, Siegel. ikl Another Weekly in vi-vo. The service of the Tufts "Weekly," to both students and members of the Tufts community, is in presenting a clear and up-to-date picture of campus news events, sports, features, and other items of general interest. The newspaper has continuously expanded and adapted, in its striving for complete and accurate coverage, as by the adding of at regular world news summary. Boasting one of the largest memberships of any extrn-eu1'ricula1' activity on Hill, the "Weekly" is completely written, edited, and published by students, with no censorship as to content. WEEK! 1952 CENTENHIQQ: 1852 .mwffq--I-'M -""av"""1.- , 1:-f' m?Gaf-If-----'ztmfysfuih-'f N ' .Q-r,g5'f-1 En?" E5 -5: 1- -f'11i?::-"', r"l5.::H- - .-, " . ,.,,, ff- '-L..-1-nf -l .5 "Jiri-4,1151-1 email?-21-'-3, .. ,,4a'5-Jeanie' ..--r::1- 1,QtF2i,...u',..,-4-.-arse -T l .-1-..-3,5-w'.,,.- ,,,,n-gr. - .i.--- i . .- .. .-,5?':., f .fl ' .,..1:q 5, i ,' : "Lg2v'.:g'..'l',jE,"l I t f V: 14' ' 7 2 "Jr-Q21-'SZEZ1' From the l.in1e the stories hit l.l1e Copy Basket. on Monday morning till the papers arrive at campus distribution points on Thurs- day afternoon, more work is involved than is generally realized. Hut the' work is done volun- tarily, and for the satisfaction it engemlers. The first step in the process is marking up the stories for linotyping. The "l'Ve0kly" is very fortunate in having the facilities of the Tufts College Press, which has, among other things, a linotype machine with an experienced operator. After linotyping, the stories are then ar- ranged in a rough layout for each of the eight pages-a layout that can be tailored to meet changes in expected length or emphasis. VVith layout completed. "l'Veelcly" members then write headlines which are set in various sizes and styles of type. The headline specifications are dictated by page layout, and established by journalistic principles. Since the paper is made up at the Press, student staff members and editors actually play a large part in the technical end of publishing. Mention of the routine but interesting process of printing omits the equally interesting and satisfying experience of reporting. "l'VcekIy" reporters ferret out the news, interview the per- sonalities, and attend the functionsg because of its reporters, the "lVeekly" has had more than one scoop to its credit. Some work . . . some zuatrla i Bzuy, billy, busy . . . Cahill, J0bIIJOIl, Zerfng, Likely, A Friend, Tezuller, Spur, Dysqrt. Goff, Reinke, Block, Guzzi, Loebel, Portnoy, Aflumx, Sezremelll. john Fo rle, Edilo r-in-Chief "" 2 L Frank Reed, Bfzxifzm Manager. . Louis Panini and jack Saglio, Axxoriale Editors , Ju-1-1 ,. ,,. M. W., 'E y-:ze ff 9349 -it LSR N .mn '31 Marie joy, Jczckxon Editor. Hey! Who Jwept the floor? Since its initial publication in 1917, the Jumbo Book has grown in courage and original- ity with each anniversary. The 1952 Centennial edition reached the zenith of presentation and courage-and financial aid. The problem posed for the editors of this yearls book was clearly definedg l1ow to main tain quality and remain within at reduced budget. The decision, lnade last summer, was that at different approach and new features were H-5 Reed, Po-wear, Weddlerozz, Cox, Aron, Maizziero. Lefzrd, Rey:1o!alJ,Mazzemn, DiMezzlo, Saglio, joy, jfzcoby. 181 l li, 5' ' X : , -1- gl-5 I :A 11:-, .gi ,.:LEL-4.4. B hmm ,W is - lei.. ,if3..,:, ,. A x A .. L , -v is we .1 nw s Q .1 1 fs H i dst M sm sg- e M .mgggggggi 53. N: wwsfgefi 5 an L R sg, ,. No rma Lean! and Bill Mattemn. Lozzixe Gai: and Natalie Settimelli. needed. VVa.1t Kelly, Pogo's creator, helped give :L wider appeal to the book by lending the "Pogo Goes Jumbo at Tufts" slogan. The division page was designed to recapture the fleeting glimpses of the campus gained from inside various buildings on hill. The biggest feature, however, is the record- ing of events and activities in the order in which they occured. This innovation is hoped to give a more ordered review of the year. E The accomplishments of tl1is ,53 J -Book ' edition were carried through by John Forte, """"' .IJUIZ lY.lCL.L'd7Z. Al Aron, Arlivitiex. Vin Maifziero and the Greek World. Lauref Terry, jarkxon Sporty. ,.. ' it we . YiS.q. E mbps? 'UE 5312135 HQ: me s KWSN I l Hazuezz and Fodefz, Advertifirzg. Tobin and Gregg, Salef. Editor-in-Chief, assisted by Nlarie Joy, Jackson I Editor, and Louis Pacini and Jack Saglio, Associ- ate Editors. Each section of the book had its own editor and staff members adding their own ideas and advice to their own section. hluch re- sponsibility was placed on them at the very be- ginning and was followed 'through to the last day before publication. The able photography was under the direc- tion of Don B-Tchean who was assisted by Al Ushakoff, George lVIilne and David Pryde. Credit must also be given to Camille Costanza for her excellent. work on the Class 3 History. This book marks Tufts' entrance into its second century of service to the COll1I1'll1lllty. It is hoped that the coming year will surpass the last in progress and achievement. ,"Pbo1ogr1zpl:y by Cbirdf' Moxkal, Tolls, Smith, Salvo, Learxan, Kurkjian, Coxmfzza, Dymrt, Cmnzifzgbam. Sellimelli, 015011, Fodefz, Tabizz, Golwiezzj Likely, Mifbuel. ' Tau Beta Pi 1' 3 xxy Hart, Tardijf, Stanfeld, Wire, Hamer, Pbingxten, Nelmzz, Li. Ryder, Fergzuon, Palmieri, Petermn, Brown, Goetz. The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to mark in the fitting manner those men who have shown dis- tinguished scholarship, integrity, adaptability, breadth of interest both inclusive and exclusive of engineering, and unselfish activity in their engineering work. The organization is active in the two Engineering Smokers, the Engineering Council, and Engineering Open House. The officers for this year were: John Peter- son, Presidentg John Palmeri, Vice-Presidentg and Paul F. Ferguson, Recording Secretary. Psi Chi is the National Honorary Society in Psychology. lliembers are elected from those students who have achieved high scholastic standing and who have completed nine semester hours of psychology. The purpose of the organization is to ad- vance the science of psychology by stimulating the scholarship and interest of members in all fields, particularly psychology. Besides pre- senting its speakers for all psychology majors, the Tufts Chapter undertakes several research projects each year. Olaf Fox, Dilzrivb, Naiwzrre, MrNeill, Slaurllefyf Hayex, Wardzuell. Bezznelt, 'Valmem Blomquixf, Levine, Fablmun, Goldxtein. Psi Chi r 1' 3 xxy l Sigma Pi XSigma M,f5TT3?s- 'yt ski Qllwlsigji Froxl, Barmojf, Zilzzzzzermfzfz, Wooclszmz. Combei, MrCarlby, Krluzyfza, Dnerner, Page, Learly. Sigma Pi Sigma, the only national physics honorary society, offers membership to out- standing physics students. The Tufts chapter pursues an active program throughout. the year, presenting prominent physicists to lecture or lead discussions at open meetings. Phi Beta Kappa has become the most respected of all national honorary societies. Membersllip in the Tufts chapter, Delta, is restricted to those of scholarly attainments, who are elected from the highest ranking students of the Junior and Senior classes of Jackson college and the School of Liberal Arts. Alpha Kappa Delta is the national honorary society in the department of Sociology. The Tufts chapter, Alpha of lVIasschusetts, was begun in the fall of 1952. There are fifteen charter members, five of whom are lllQIT1l79I'S of the faculty. Small, ll'7:1rdwell, O'Brief1. Goodwizz, Wander, Gnilezte, Rogerf. Clvarejf Sender, Kahn, Toth. Phi Beta Kappa e, p Pill, 1. Alpha Kappa Delta 'HH - 4l'?ru..:f3'1' v- -- ,mt-I .i yi.. ',f.'r,-.,-,ha , 'war Y?-,Lili-, mg-I-485,g..,l-, , ---..-?.,:...,-..,f...f.:+.:,,.. . u' 1. 5.1 .. v ,v, Xi- .3 Vp f- 'Y 'B a Qu! 'XXVI Settimelli, Cahill, 011011, Kaplan, Murphy, Fraazkhrt. Brietenfifld, Holmex, Gorzlon, O'Canmfll, Mirzmix. The Tuftonian this year became the maga- zine for all of Tufts College, featuring a special Bouve spread, a technical engineering spread and other features of this type from associated Tufts schools. A new format has been introduced for the cover whereby a different photograph or painting may be inserted each issue. Tuftonian has also taken on a cartoon or two trying to make the magazine truly diverse in subject matter. The Tufts-Jackson Off Hill Club was es- tablished for the purpose of integrating the activities of the commuting students with the rest of thc college. The OH' Hill Club is primarily a social organization but it actively supports eligible worthy causes of all college importance. The club publishes its own newspaper, the Trav-Hiller, and sponsors an annual ball. Muixe, Miligny, Olson, Arabian, Ramlozz, Cox, Leary, Palmer, Sainalo. Agnew, Calleri, Panagof, Gifford, Linlefelrl, Carlmn, Currie. Gff Hill we NNY! Tufton 'an Middle-Hall rl f -5-'A Q rv-Qj.,.f.f A ff' RL. 7 Q :lk ti- L. ,AJ X-.fxki iiifti ., WX 'B' tft'g'1..:.s'--N if-sf 'ly , l 'rf " FE! l Lambert Kingsley n f 'K Y N' iaith. ,,,,k,5,g3L gr- "pb Lzaifi---7 ' ru '1 f Q Atari-Rf' tml 1" 4 Rf M organ, Bolincler, Szzlvo, Brnezrlley, Wechsler, Greenberg, Sklarew, Sezglio, Smrzyzlez, Rnnrlnn, Carlmn, Aron, Vnmllo. Arzastmia, MrCm'tl13', Sweeney, Imam, Geneyl, M eCrarken, Havellza, lVezlzon, Litzlejeld, Fulxarn, Goldman, Wurbfzrton, Tzzlman, Silva. Hogan, Veno, Colbert, Auclmnzbeazz, Gozweia, Glezzny, Fofter, Rorkelt, Prznagox, Kurkjian, Gzzerney, Lambert Kingsley is an honorary society for upperclassmen who have done outstanding work in the field of biology. The club hears guest speakers and ogers an opportunity for any of its members to present informal original papers. The major activity has been to sponsor Biology Open-House. Here biology students exhibit and demonstrate the work they have done through- out the year. Barbeazl. Middle Hall, the English Club of Tufts, includes all English majors, the faculty of the de- partment and any others interested in that field. This group brings to the Hill many out- standing speakers in various fields of English, among them Robert Frost, American poet who has spoken annually at Tufts,Ben AmesWVilliams, and readings of original poems by students from the Boston area. Orner, Robertx, A Friend, jenningr, Spencer, B Friend, Terry, Magnoli, Settemelli. Dr. Blanchrzrd, Duke, Dymrf, O'Connell, Cezrrolan, Prof Holmex. 't 1 - it s pt' me me " " - .- g - . Pre-Medical Society Puxlaard, Broadley, Werclrler, Greenberg, Sklarew, Solomon, Randan, Carlxon, Holmex, Pollari. Laebel, Hogan, Roekett, Govadez, einke, Halvelka, Aron, Fraxratoro, Ghareeb, onueia. Barbeaiz, Claaye, Guerney, ba , Gailezte, Warburton, Carpenter, F ' . Q . Colbert. L yf T dxf s Panagax, Muire, Sufeetnarn, Carlson, Garden. The Pre-lVIedical Society was formed for the purpose of acquainting undergraduate students with varioiis authorities in the field of medicine. Under the advisorship of Doctor Carpenter, meetings are held monthly, at which time speakers show movies, demonstrate medical equipment or address the group on the various phases of medicine. Organized primarily for the pre-medical student, the Pre-lVIedical Society attracts many students from various other fields. Meetiiigs of the Economics Club are held one evening a month, usually in Braker Lounge. The purpose of the club is to provide an oppor- tunity for economics majors and other interested students to meet together to hear the opinions of notables, and to voice and exchange ideas on cur- rent economic problems, and to become better acquainted with one another. The Tufts Chemical Society constitutes a group of Tufts-Jackson students interested in the field of Chemistry. The general aim of the society is to provide speakers from their chosen fields, timely movies on some phase of Chemistry or its closely-related fields, and arrangements for plant trips to further the students' practical knowledge of the science. Economics Club M odeftow, Bloomquixl, Page, Leinwand, Gregg. Curley, Denning, Drenelly, M cGil Audette, Zifnmerrnan, Silverman. Manly, Glancjf, Lear H, ' , comb, Smith. Rn QQ ChemicaiVSociety jonei, Hogan, Marenburg, Franato ro, M odextow, A Friend, Goulxton, B Friend, C Friend. Crerner, Torpa, Finn, joner, A Friend, Weimzan, Halm, Halvelka. Camera Club Milne, Pride, Spillane Modeszow, Poole, jabnfon. Ufbdkflm Rarenbamn lairrl, Swirls, Brown, jones. af I I' Rock and lbrumlin Green, Reeder, Olyon, Lzfginbzzhl. Mazzrikar, Carlxon, jo rgeman. The Camera Club is a relatively new activity on the campus having been founded in 1947. Its activities center mainly around the club's darkroom in the basement of VVest Hall- a room well equipped with everything necessary to satisfy the photographer's needs. The Rock and Drumlin Society was or- ganized in 194-9 for those interested in Geology. The purposes are to promote friendship and to bring to the members lectures by men who are prominent in geology and associated Helds. The Radio Workshop was set up a few years ago in order to prepare for the possible establish- ment of a radio station here at Tufts. Tl1e sta- tion Would reach all students on the Hill and would carry local news and events of interest. The purpose of the Pre-Legal Society is to present its members with pertinent helpful in- formation pertaining to law school or t.he legal profession. The Society invites before it attor- neys, college and law school professors, and Others whose professions deal with law. Radio Workshop BrietenjQ'l:l, anxfielfl, Stott, Epxtein. Del Ver a, Barry, Szanfelrl. 21' 4 Y I' Pre-Legal Society Fdfllf Zark, Fornier, Leary. Toltz, Honymn, Arabian, Gerber, Galley. Tufts Yacht Club Genzlner, Sclwzirlt, Matlemn, jolamon, Leinwand, Rillenberg, Faxlzf Dzzraml, Siloermmf, Eillman, Mifzar. Friir, Littlefield, Webb, Cook, Temple, Rockwell, Frmzkh rt, The Tufts College Yacht Club was formed in 1937. It competes in regattas throughout the United States in the Fall and Spring. The TYC since its inception has been one of the foremost sailing clubs in the East, being invited to regattas in Chicago and Annapolis. A new boat-house on Mystic Lake was completed in 1948. Its facilities are available to the student body, providing the rules and regu- lations are followed. Fifteen boats are available for the college community. Bfzily, Baker, Lewiy, jozzef, Holft. The Tufts lwountain Club is open to all of those interested in hiking, mountain climbing, skiing, square dancing and the out-of-doors. The club owns a lodge in the White Moun- tains within easy reach of many good skiing and climbing spots. Nearby is a river with excellent fishing and also a range for the gun enthusiasts. On hill, the club runs square dances through- out the year. The lodge is located in East Campton, New Hampshire. Fielding, Snow, Tedeflei, Taylor, Slrout. Tufts Mountain Club 1' 3 Forensic Council at J Q, The Tufts College Forensic Council is an honorary body composed of those members of the Debating Society who have distinguished themselves in intercollegiate debating and gen- eral forensics. It serves as a liason between the debating society and the college administration and with the Director of Forensics, guides campus activities in its special field. Officers for the 1952-1953 season Were: President, Arnold Zack, Vice-President, Sarah Seigal: Secretary-Treasurer, Wlesley Fastiff. Zinman, Zack, Goodwin, Siegel, Fastzyf The Tufts College Debating Society has long been established to encourage, consolidate, and direct student participation in intercollegiate debating. hlcmbership is open to all Tufts and Jackson undergraduates. Ranked among the top in the nation, the Tufts College Debating team compiled an envi- able record in several national tournaments during the 195Q-1953 season. The team Hnished very high at the M.I.T., Brooklyn College, Vermont, and Georgetown tournaments. Zizmzczn, Goodwin, Wyler, Faftijl Sterling. Zack, Siegel, Tolzz. Debating S ciety Q, Mayor's Council Donahue, Tbompxon, Bowen, O'Connell, Quine, Hauok, Crane, Goguev, Maloney, Ketterson. Maineiro, Toadoine, dsrblag, Duke. 'Na L Qin. Haloelka, Zack, Banu, Ketterxon, Srannel. The purpose of the Mayor's Council at Tufts College is to maintain the spirit which permeates the campus each spring in the annual lllayorality Campaign. Utilizing the talents of his backers, the Mayor attempts various stunts throughout the school year to build Tufts spirit. All students of Tufts and Jackson are mem- bers of the National Student Association and are iuvitedito attend the meetings, which are held twice a month, and to express their views. The primary aim of N.S.A. is to offer its services to the students. The Rodin Society was formed to counter- balance the specialized training of our members by cultivating a general appreciation of the work of those engaged in all phases of scholastic en- deavor. As an allied activity the club has spon- sored exhibits of the work of student and pro- fessional artists. The membership of the Skinner Fellowship includes the students and faculty of the school of religion, but its meetings are open to the col- lege community. Its activities range from socials and meetings of special interest to seminarians, to meetings of general interest for the college community. Rodin S iety Faxtzjjf Gozzo a o, Slalarew. N Xl' Skinner Fellowship Blanchard, Heath, Hanbislsalo, Selaultz, Bess, Couglnlin. Young, Munroe, jackson, Caxsara, Hunt, Mojford, Wyman. German Club Sullivan, Koedar, Carlxon, Haluelka, Sweeznam, Smmzel, Tarkirfon. Roos, Swann, Mittemeyer, Prof Newton, jones, Von Freixen, Learcl. 's 0 ' re ub af , yen. Kalm, Blzixbek, Vallax, Kam. Known to its members as "Der Deutsche Verein," the German Club gives its members a better understanding of German as a language and as a culture. Plans for this year included two banquets at Boston's Rathskellar, a hike, a spring picnic, and the traditional German caroling at Christmastime. The Spanish Club was formed last year by students of the language to establish an interest in Spanish culture. Among its activities during the past year were movies, illustrated talks by members from other countries, and a picnic supper of "arroz con pollo." Le Cercle Francais has been established at Tufts to create an active interest in French culture and customs. Among its many activities have been French movies, movies on France, a trip to a French restaurant, puppet plays in French, French songs, and French conversation. Known to its members as "Il Circolo Italiano," the Italian Club of Tufts College was begun in 1952 to acquaint students interested in Italian with the cultural and social aspects of Italy. The club attends operas, Italian films, presents guest speakers, and also enjoys typical Italian serate with appropriate songs, dances, and refreshments. 4' : Italia f' ub DeCourcy, Canzanelli, Forgetln, Wilde, Maloney, Caleri, Stuart. Petrone, Libby, Buono, Cultrera, Camrino, Gallo, Gallo. V Engine:-:r's Counc'l ... 'S 15 1. QQ 'x ,rl lVertbeim, Parker, Tezrdijf Li. Blake, Gardener, Fim, Stmzfelfl. At monthly A.S.M.E, meetings, engineers, The Tufts College Engineer's Council is . . executives, and educators give talks on numer- eoniposed of two representatives from each of the . . . ous sub'ects. Field tri as throu h various in- four student professional societies and Tau Beta J I g dustrial and military organizations in the vicinity and conduction of a student paper competition each Spring are other A.S.Nl.E. activities. Pi. The council sponsors the annual Engineeris smoker at which skits are presented by each soci- ety and a prize is awarded for the best show. Goodwin, Goetz, Pezraelix, Kingfley, Lillbzzrzz, Afielley, Sugarmurz, Lovejoy, Rule, Eeclef, Howiit, Carey, Wizzdror, Brewxzer, Yafe, Paffrazb. Wertbeirn, Fitzgerald, Dabry, Rapp, Spinner, Swett, Slmztz, Pezery, jvnex, Slrom, Tedefcbi, Ginhidu, Nelyan, Murphy, Borezx, Bailey, Privli. Muffy, Cocizfera, Fatarr, Claird, Szeufart, Axlill, Patrerfon, Dix, Querker, Brown, Murphy, Ste1fen.r. A.S.M.E. Ag! -wg A.I.Ch.E. Q 0 The Tufts Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was organized in 1940. The aim of the chapter is to provide speakers from the chemical or allied fields and to make trips to nearby manufacturing plants to further practical knowledge of engineering. Slrznfield, Pearyon, Rizzozzi, Creeden. Li, Tardf Carpenter, Rich, White. Riex, Extezfe - Abril, Wire, Bianles. The purpose of the AIEE-IRE is the furtherance of the professional development of the student and the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practices of all aspects of electrical engineering and allied fields. Lazarnw, Morxe, Lynam, Maller, LllI1C1,bt'I'g, Parker, Hasxett. Kelalyer, O'Brirzn, Cayer, Wvazl, Kotelly, Seqeirfz, Miflls, Towle. Getrbell, Cnlbert, C. Carr, Peterxon, Pfingxteu, K. Carr, Fifty, Mzztty. L A.I.E.E.-I.R.E 311' Q is N Freeman, Zark, Blair. Fax, Clark, Powclerly, lVe17rlc'r, Larkin. The Students for Democratic Action, for- merly the liberal Union, was re-organized this year and pledged itself in support of Adlai Stevenson, the Democratic candidate for presi- dent. It is an independent organization and not affiliated with the Democratic Party. It is the I R-H Club The International Relations-History Club was organized in 1949 when the International Relations Club and the Tufts History Society merged. The Club is one of interest for friendly rcla- tio11s and for further knowledge and stimulating interest in matters of vital importance in the area of international relations and History. This is accomplished by series of panel discussions and lectures by persons in the History and Govern- ment departments and also by able and informa- tive speakers froin outside the college com- munity. Blembership is opened to anyone interested in the club and who would be willing to partici- pate actively. The business of the club is con- ducted by an executive council with the aid of faculty advisors from the History and Govern- ment departments. only permanent political discussion club on tl1e campus and is open to all students regardless of their political creed. Its program for this year included speakers on the political life in the United States, and on other current topics concerning the country today. ' V Goldman, Farzor, Black, Arabian, P0'IU6f'.f. Clvarejf, Blazer, T0tll'6I, Wyler, Zack, Tollz. S.D.A. Cheerleaders T7 1 ,R V da.-ffi?h?ju:fLfLa , L 9:2252 "ly X". .. ,.,,Xb!,X,f l F" za-'lf H Denny, Colbert, Hayef, Maborzejf, Lyzzfb, Flanmzgan. Bowery, Maromz, Platt, Maizzeiro, Fitzgerald. The squad was recognized as an official stu- Besides furthering the interests of the stu- dent organization by the Student Couneil this dent athletes, the Varsity Club also sponsors year. Colorful skirts were added, fulfilling long- two of the highlights of the year-the Spring held wishes of the students. The group has tried Sports Dance and the annual Varieties Show, to bring out the lraflitional fun and spirit ali. the which has always been a success due to the en- gaiues to show the teams that we are really be- thusiasm shown by tl1e Club menibers and the hind them. Varsity Club 5 me .N -fE'1J?x-Qfr A,-A .X flax '1-.2-fiew, ru-v,,-f ,Ku 1. YQ K' cam pus body. Farraml, jozzer, Warfzer, Cbace, Vamzllo. Baycomb, Goldberg, Porter, Demfe, Willi:z11z,ron, Deven. i 1651 ' V. A. w . i N55 JH, S . v' 1,7 T fl 1.5, Qlfl -. l gg,-'.. -.1:.'I L 6.,f51:- . eg: R- ' '-4.' ., ,J YL , ' - .' f" '-:if 5 Young, Rezymozzfl, Mofford, Kellaway, Myriok, H. Moore, Stoezzer, Perbezm. Wymmz, Ezzgoall, M. Moore, Smitb. Phillips Brooks The Phillips Brooks Club represents the Episcopal Church. A weekly service of Holy Communion, group outings and guest speakers are the main activities. The Congregational Club has had movies, square dancing, community singing, a speaker or panel at each meeting, and a chapel service bi- The three purposes of Hillel are religious, educational and social. The religious aspect in- cludes suppers and services to commemorate the Jewish ri tuals. The purpose of the Unity Club, organiza- tion for Uuitarians and other religious liberals, is to serve as a place for fellowship and intellectual monthly. 4 iscussion. 'V Zi xJ - N yy Unity Club egatlon-al w Kimfmzfz, Cbnxe, Wbitelezw, Gray, Warburton, Roberli. jamerozv, Cbozfliazz, Looe, Cbubbuck, Denman, Miller. Colby, Bacon, Rube, Nelson, jacbrozz. Agnew, Temple, Wbitobeafl, Mr. and M rr. Leavitt, Boyd, Merritt, Googim, Holly, Mallilo, Berger, Grant, Corrie. Webb. r 9 8 Miller Grfmhnjf Knighzly, Doerrzer, Sterling, Briggf, Mfzcomber, King, Klizzgleo. Catton, Caljmzleii, Zerfng. H Glemfey, Glarlcy, Wballefzl, Mfllgillj, Lizzlejielzl, E. Mizzgizlx, dl Duncan. ,f ,ff-, ' ' - ' F X, ,f"f? 'ag-lf'-W. Chr1st1an Sc1ence -lj, Wesley Club gf-Q5-if-Lk' il A-.XL .R tif.- , . The Cliristian Science Orguniza.l,ion holcls weekly testimony meetings, while the social functions inclucle activities in vonjunc-tion with nearby colleges. The Newnmn Club is ai club of Catliolie l4'ellowship and Czitliolic Culture. The Club shull foster the spiritual, intellectual :uid social . ,i r ll The NVOsl0y Club is an organization for all students interested in the Nlethoclist Church. lt meets twice monthly for worship and social activites. The Tufts Orthoxlox Club was organized to work with other Orthoflox societies in orclel' to promote common eflucational and social in- intercsts. interests. ff.fNfCi7?4?iZjfK I Newman Club Orthodox Club Powers Clljfdllzfl C0llgZ7lllII Regina. thi' fl11ag2m.rto.r, Cazuzzlaf, Pano, Gavvmzy. , - , , . Mazlclxtozcf, McDonald, Chisholm, jeffryf, Ryan, Reed, Colbert. Nlnrmzry, Hurowas, MdI'lI74ll?fJ, Valley, Toyiaf,Fe1'r15,Pu1mgo.r, Hougbfnu, Modexfow, 36011, Chase, Mfzgnoli, Farber Cozzlin. Garbeeb, Loukax, Avgonlm. If lf ' 99 qf.,--if--,xl-, :TLA A Y, -, v 1 ,, . - .I 1 -1-. jevmings, Terry, Freeman. Borzlen, Clark, Glover, Rogerx, Strubbe. jackson Freshman Counselors QQ -Wg A long-felt need of Jackson Freshmen for adequate academic counseling hy qualified upperclass girls was answered this year by the Jackson Freshman Counselors System. Student counseling was integrated with the faculty coun- seling so that each freshman girl was assured of readily accessible advice from both student and faculty points of view. Authorized by the Jackson Student Council after a year of study and planning, the Coun- selors began to meet in the spring of 1952 to study the needs and problems that Jackson girls have encountered, and prepared to meet the incoming class of 1956. During the summer, correspondence was held explaining the program and answering any questions that might have arisen at the time. An intensive program was carried on during freshman week. Both indi- vidual appointments and group meetings were held in order to plan out freshman programs and give them advice on various academic habits and programs. Under the Chairmanship of Janis Rogers, the Counselors continued organized assistance for freshmen in cooperation with faculty coun- selors during the remainder of the year. Hifzex, Borden, Remicle, joy, Torppa, Elwood, Vollrath, Po-zuzlerly, Zimmerrzian. Freeman, Immrztuoni, Clark, Valles, Vollrrzer, Terry, Bean, Dyxarl, Rogerr, Glover, Kam. Czzmzifzglmm, Adams, jemzizzgx, Curallan, Murdock, Strubbe. .A.A. Board Founded in 1897, the All-Around Club pro- vides social enjoyment, free of charge, for every Jackson student. The scope of its activities, which usually includes the annual Student- Faculty Tea, the Christmas gift collection, the Spring formal, the chapel programs, and the splash party, cookout and sight-seeing bus trip of the Boston vicinity for the Freshmen, has this year also included the printing of the Jackson Directory and the connnissioning of the Senior Representative to the job of Social Chairman. Each girl's dormitory elects a representative to the Club. The Board, consisting of Martha Glover, Marjorie Moskol, Blary Lou Borden, Barbara Lewis, Elisabeth Curtin, Joanne Free- man and Rena Civikin, is elected each spring by the student. body of Jackson. The Luigi Club is a l1lCI1,S organization from East Hall. It was organized about seven years ago by a group of students from East Hall. Since the graduation of these men the club had ceased to be active until this year, after the originator of the organization had been killed in Korea. Freeman, Mnrzlofk, Lewif, Curtin. Borden, Cizfleizz, Glover, Merkel. The Luigi Club holds regular meetings and occasional get-togethers for both recreational and business purposes. The members fielded a football team this past fall in the intramural league and concluded a successful season. The President for 1953 was Clayton Williamson. Afiaf, janet, Mitiguy, Gray, Emzu, Bzlono, Mittemeier, Zark. Silva, Sullimn, Graff, Bell, Swelt, Spinner, Kepner, Tarkimazz, Tollzl, C01'5fI1f. Mnclefzow, Poole, Termxi, Fezblmem, LauZecca, Wilde, Rama. Luigi Club 3 1' x fl Douglax, A Friend, Brito, Clobault, Reagan. Palmer, Fellows, Sutton, Ricbrnonzl, 0' Neill, Kebel, Serfef, Berry. Ronnie, Connolly, MrCurtly, Skalrew, Hamrnonrl. "' 2 U A yes and Marlins The Tufts College Aquatic Club was founded last year by the members of the varsity and freshmen swimming squads. Any under- graduate male student is eligible for election as a member if he has demonstrated marked ability and an active interest in swimming or diving. The purpose of the organization is the furtherance and promotion of interest in swim- ming and aquatic sports at Tufts. The Club also strives to promote a close bond of friendship among the swimmers. The major activity of the Club is sponsoring a water show for the college community. The hlarlin Club under the new direction of Miss Christine Goss has become a traditional point of Jackson activities. The Club highlights include an extravagance of water ballet put 011 for the college in the springtime and various smaller performances put on for private groups. Students of both Jackson and Bouve are eligible for membership. Joyce Scott from Bouve is considered a champion diver having competed in the Olympic tryouts. Bats, Green, Sexton, Frazier, Mahoney, Cowles, Whipple, Mnrtlocle, Ellif, Michael, Stanton, Min Gan. Ianantnoni, Kuhn, Wiseman, Piper, Kiley, Volrner, MetcaM Clark, Lezuir, Scott. Terry, Srlaulman, Wilman, Urxone, Hanxon, Tenzller, Brewer, Maykol, Shapiro, Gentbner. '9 Y 0'Com1ell, Cfzrrfm, Amidou, Maloney, Likely, Dazmbue, Quizze, Cnurazl. Balcls, Lenin, Golzlfblug, Breilenklrl, Fitzgeralrl, Pafralb, lV0odrujff . "I - ' . L -,X-vlfra' -7 KV 7 " 1,5 ' '. 5 P's , Pen, Paint, and Pretzels, the Tufts dramatic honorary society, has the main purpose of pro- moting student activity and interest i11 theater. All l1llflCI'gl'2LfllI2LtCS are eligible to pzulicipztte in the productions, and 'lhose who lmve shown qualified work may be considered for member- ship. Students may be elected by the society in the spring of their sophomore or junior year. 3P,s choose the plays and directors, and cast with the approval of the director. Among the plays produced this year were The Trailer by Herman Wlouk, The Time of Your Lzfe by iVilliztm Szmroyan, which was also done in Barrington, Rhode Islzmfl upon invitation, and The Inspector General by lX'Iaxim Gogol. Some of the studio Workshop plays were Goorlniylzt Varolivze by Conrad Seiler, U'neri011,es by Alice Uerstenberg, The Bedtime Story by Sean O'Cusey, and The lllonlcegfs Paw by YV. YV. Jacobs. Viiillizxin Inge's Come Back, Little Slseba was an independent stu- dent directed production. In the fall, 31"s also presented upon invitation Saint Suens' Tlze C'ar7Li1:al of tlze .elnimczls in Arlington, Muss- ElCl1llSClll,S. ' i.,1 Film Society ,X The Tufts Film Society was begun to foster critical appreciation of Cl1lGl1'lH,tlC art in the whole community by bringing to the Hill the best screen films of all types, both American and foreign, that are avziiluble in 16mm. format. Lifulauer, Blazer, Fox. Q. H so - ea ffrzffwsgyiiigilesfe so s M G1 - Murdorle, Hall, Dmmzn, Tadmmz, Wellwood, Lynda, Wloite, Levy, Tbibaulz. Raynxforzl, Cook, Claubbzzrk, Weirburg, Imacy, Willfzmn, Smith, Civkizz, Clorinirzn, Haloelkn. White, Bowen, Denizzg, Glenny, Wizzterx, Myrick, Scmznell, Liztlejielri, Doerner. Band '96 on lVlaew7X5,Y.2FiniJlaeaV .W-3-'x'v.. L s s sf, ri -E-'F ,5.JE. Q-M.. ' s -H -Wwe .LM-1 -.eM s,.ggggeW .:m E ,A We 4 so-esmfs 5 1 sam- s The Tufts-Jackson Chorus, directed by Dr. Thompson Stone, has :L membership of slightly over one hundred. Throughout the year the chorus rehearsals and concerts promote 21 genuine interest in music. All those who can sing and attend the reliearsals faithfully are cordially welcomed to the ranks of this organiza- tion. In addition to appearing at on-hill concerts these singers give concerts i11 surrounding cities, ending their concert season with an appearance at the Tufts Night at Pops. The Tufts College Band plays with lNI.I.T. at Tech and at the Shell, and takes part in special events during the school year. This year it has coinbined with the service band. Do - Re - Me-ee-ee. T ack ld norus 4 Piper, Kebel, Poole, Douglas, Carlfozz, Sweenzam, Brown, Titeomb, Ackerman. Kznam, Sak, Baker, Truztt, Wzxeman, Percival, Goaoeia, Konzixar, Kzfeflar. jackfon, Farrell, Tuku, Couxmeau, Berger, Fellowx, MEPbBl'IOI7, Ferofz, Allnertofz. The Tufts College Community Orchestra, composed of musicians from the college and the surrounding area, is an organization for the playing and enjoying of fine music. Several con- certs are given each year, either by the orchestra alone or in combination with the chorus. Officers of the group are: Khorcn Arisian, lVIanagerg Ruth Hahn, Secretary, and Raymond Swain, Librarian. The Odikon Society is a group of approx- imately thirty singers under the direction of Dr. Stone which gives several concerts on Hill and in the Boston area throughout the year. In previous years they have sung with great success at concerts in greater Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and other cities. During the spring their concert tour was held. l'Kinm1z, Sak, Lynrb, Pipes, Tkibault, Wellwood, Levy. Brown, Ryan, Willman, Baker,SmitlJ, Cozuineazr, Myriok. 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A -' Mr W wg-rw' ,- ,- ,I , A if ' , ,mijw msggf ,mgggggiw X 'iii 3522515 .Qfwmilfk www 'ME Q S 522 Q if Q will if QWWE'-ea Q., S B ww 5 M 1 a-:- - ------ :::,.,.f - EN., ....f .5 - 21:43 B . A f . L 315 fywfific . . 5535 E5 ' 'Q 'E 'H H H W 2 -I-'I-2 " 5 .:. ::: 5:5-ME" N ' I egg sin W - 5 Qasmf 5.35 Qwafg - .R B FW K2 . :wig 5 :a: a3a:a:a55:' -' ::: ,1. gQji,iEgm.?g V ' E' ,gm . ggi EDITOR Laures Terry LITERARY Ann Fairbanks Vic Wyler Arthur Friedman ART Robert Goa: O11 your llldfk - now Jet . . . u rack The Jumbo track team in 1952 com- piled another formidable record winning four out of five meets. The men of Ding Dussault conquered B.C., Northeastern, M.I.T., and Providence while losing only to Bowdoin. Bob Jones was high scorer in every meet Winning in the high jump, broad jump, 100 yard dash, Q20 and the 440. Jack Goldberg was undefeated in inter-collegiate competition in both the high and low hurdles. Captain John Farina P311 well in his specialty, the half- mile race. Reggie Alleyne was a consistant point gainer in the dashes and Clayton VVillia1ns picked up points for his achieve- ments in the pole vault. Tufts excelled both in the N.E.I. C.A.A.A. and the E.I.C.A.A., winning the former and placing second in the latter. Bob Jones was high scorer in both meets while J ack Goldberg, another high scorer, set the New England record for the Q20 yard low hurdles. Nirbolxon, Alleyne and Cook in action. 1 sam NNE-im m :assays an Walesa BW . mam, W, .. .f . M .. W. 5 1--Q4 ' ms sms . H5 rm. l .VH 1. J-un Flezvber, Marflrdle, Bailey, Small, Goldman, MacTigue, Lewir, MarCu1'4'y , Kruzyna. I Ring, Bollinrler, Dmxix, Creedan, K1'dflJ, Sirzlnzonds, Tyler, Hallicldy. Bfqsyel fake, Thompson, Hallam, Roxy, Brzms, Rumpler, Fergumzz, Brown. Kf' Lac ssc Led by Co-Captains Pete Ross and Al Bruns, the 19522 Lacrosse team com- piled a record of six wins and three losses. The record, tl1e best in recent years, put Tufts in a six-way tie for first place in the New England league. The success of the seaso11 was due not only to the fine indi- vidual play of Ross, Bruns and Symons Goal - rowing up. i ..... Eli ,, ':'c"' JK Lf -sigma! I 1... T W I E xi 1 if if ixgssa M aw .. as K wg' H3417 - ga sys gragwwwxgii lxx ,gg--Q, , ami Ns . 2.3 Y Q k,f3l , 1 e K 1. f f . Q T fl ' W ' f , -, f' 1 Q gait,Y-wigs-Qiliinfgj. ,wf.wsfft,f.eg: fzfilvlftb, A A ww A A jf H , H A B E 'R SE ' 51 nazi ly ,F 1.-,gy nw 4 W M . , migimiie ., .gg c ,m i - riff maize-:P H H W H . Q we-s T - it--:hx-"-' o 1 f fe , ass?-,23:T'-:-:3:f ' ' ja T , A' ' 4 - -V T x N ' if -F ' ' '-' ' An l . 31 R.. . . - 1,2':s,-1 iq. ,V T'- -fw-. wifi' ' 'H ' ' . , f 'wf'5'l'4 A J 'i'l2i'Kir2r'i ,l 1 1.2 4 1 .. .-777 .-J " 'il' V' "L-if : .:. z.: 'L"::': 'it .nsfsf :-: -:- :-: " 'i IQ: .,.,.,.,.,.i: : 5' .,:,s.,, : -V 1 ' , .gui sling '- , , - 5.315533 ,- ' - ' -Y' 4,3 ,:. Q-. :.: , ' A " .541 ,.,. ' "" ,ES N my-1 A if ,. ,.,. : I: I. ' f' . .'.'1'.1' '-" . V ' . .. H .W-iii 7, W V -as l Q., " Y-'Nj-,- . .',1'Yfff-ff-iQfSv'1?", .i5,'iTrf 1' f zgfg'...?fff'g,.: . .rg . . ,, , ,aa ..'., S., . lg , ...L " "" ' A ml X s zfim in the goal, but to the teamwork dis- played by all the men and to the line coaching of Tim Ring. Coach Ring lost three seniors last year but had an experienced fl'2l,l116NVOI'li on which to build his 1953 team. These men we1'e Ray Thompson and Bill Hal- lum at attack, Fred Davis and Bob Kraft at midfield, Len Brown and Paul Ferguson at defense and Barry Symons as goaltender. Coach Ring nzakef cl point. V T --39? -- - i-si, - l Coach Ricker giver e lizze-up . . . - 'Y 'B : Zh Baseball Lead by Co-captains Billy Burns and Al Bennett, the Jumbo baseball team compiled a record of six Wins and eight losses. Though doing better than the '51 squad, the Tuftsmen were far from the form displayed by their '49 championship nine. Coach John "Jit" . . . and the umpire reeei-zfe: it. Richer expects better things from his present ,53 crew. Starting at first base for the Tuftoni- ans was Alby Thonian, at seco11d, Co- Captain Billy Burns, at third was Kenny Fettig, and rounding the infield at short- stop was Al Bennett, Co-Captain and Tufts Athlete of the Year. Our outfield included Buckley in right, Sidell in center, and Garvey in left. Catching for Toyitzx, Bennett, Mfzggio, M yew, Buckley, Eezgen, Bennett, Cazfgil. Meroin, Steve, Gerzzlflzir, Tweedy, Garvey, Powers, Noble. Kicker, Fettig, Ttzh, Sidell, Bumf, Bennett, Tboman, janello. ,L pitchers Dave Lincoln, Fred Gerulskis, and Bob Taft was Al Power. Returning this year to play were Garvey, Power, Buckley, Bennett and Gerulskis. Hopefuls from last years re- serves included Jenello, MyCI'S, Toyias and '6Good Field, No Hitv Wiedlnaii. Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Nl .I.T. Bowdoin Vortheastern Colby lVIass State lY.P.I. 6 Tufts 8 Tufts 8 Tufts 4 Tufts 1 Tufts 4 Tufts l . . 6 . l. 3 Bates Q Trinity 1 , Brandeis 7 St. Anselus 1 D 1 4 1 8 ll! 1:-2' nz E f-NX Q Aviva S 5 fs -. . -1 '- Ea -1.71 Tboman giver it az ride. Us 111 'll 1i,,15,f, -. IS' -9.2313 ifzrii' 5.1 .1 .1,.-.g,f.5,1,:,:g: e yr..--pf' :-.12 . tb' C: Ox A teme day in Mudville. Tennis The tennis team, coached by Larry Palmer, came through in ine style as they won five of their seven scheduled matches against Colby, Brown and Bab- son, but then, ridden with injuries, they dropped two to University of Connecticut and Boston College. Victories against VV.P.I. and the University of Nlassachu- setts completed a successful season. 1 i . The winning playing of Captain Bob Gulyassy, Tiny Imboden, Bill Vargus and Bob Halstead brought another vic- torious team to Tufts. .1 'TLTZQ 5 X "H - - ' -L V 5 : " ', , i- 3 X . I' 1 5 ', X 5' I 5 x ' 3. X .T - 2 , . wi Q 13 E . minmwl N A V, X ,sA:'S QQ an Il . ., . C.. . X lui T I A ' Cai .-f 'ee f' 2 if 1 xl'-x lu Xi' - wx X ' , , N ' J.. ww wil' X ii 5751.-J v' 1, I TU-'I' 5 B Q Q.. Golf The golf team had one of its poorer seasons, managing to win only four of eleven matches including one against the faculty. The other victories we1'e against Colby, Bowdoin, and W.P.I. M.I.'1'., Babson, Connecticut, B.C., Clark, and Lowell Textile defeated the golfers. Consistent winners for the team were Dick VVelch, Dick Hurley, and Dick Ingmanson. Captain of the team was Dutch Nloulton who also turned in some fine scores. The team is anticipating a much 1l101'C successful season in 1953 with four returning lettermen and several new additions. Gurney Plazzsxe Francnzz Barton, Shaw, Crexyegf, Nardini, Katz, Elliy, Pritchufood. Solemn! Bzzfone Lanagan, Baxcomb, Goodwin, Paige, Reardon, Oakland. G1 tffzn Meehan Fe: 115 Harrixon, Pappax, Allegro, Chase, Brosnan, Myert. Warner Axber Lawrence, Garvey, Fenton, Farber, Dente, Bennett, Grander. After having a hard luck season Without a victory in 1951, the Jumbos we1'e much improved by winning three, losing four, and tieing one. The season provided many thrills, stunning victories, close battles, and severe setbacks. Bob lVIeehan entered the Tufts "Hall of Fame" when l1e intercepted a pass in the final minute of the ganie and ran 102 yards for the Winning touch- down against VVO1'CCSlf,Cl' Polytech. This was an event that Will be remembered for many years A Q M ,- f " ap. I 1 Q 4 f7 f l Z feta ' '- 7 V' 0001 , Who 7lliJ'.f66l7 lair man at Tufts. Against Nlassachusetts, the Jumbos made their television debut, ac- companied by half time perforlnances by the bands of both teams. The R.O.T.C. units were on hand to march before the cameras. Massacliusetts' quarterback Reebenacker was superb, passing for three touchdowns and a triumph of 32 to 0 over Tufts. A victory against Bowdoin ended a long losing streak by the Tuftsmen. The fine passing of hlyers and running by Lawrence and Co-Captain Garvey, out- standing defensive work by Cressey, Shaw and VVarner provided the margin Srree-eecb! for the win. Tufts fought hard and Well against Trinity but, unable to maintain their half time lead, dropped the en- counter, 20 to 12. This was followed by a loss to llliddlebury, Q6 to 20. A close game saw Allston Chase kick the extra point and thus assure Victory against a scrappy vVlillil,l1'lS club. An enthusiastic Home- coming crowd watched with dismay as Amherst trounced the Junibos, 35 to 0. mizzdizzg my own bmirzen, wbezz sir fl The season ended with the Tufts-lNIassa- cliusetts game chosen by the N.C.A.A. to be televised. Co-Captains Fenton and Garvey, Lawrence, Nlyers, MCCTIZINII, Cres- sey, and Asher were the main supports. Going down. I ' " .i ' T A I i l Here it comes! "Bej5 re the battle mother." Dzmeomhe mezhef el steal. ' Coezeh Bohn am! Captain Buckley Soccer The soccer team commencing the second century had the most successful squad of all the fall athletics. The team ended its season with an impressive record of six victories, four defeats and one tie. Led by captain Red Buckley, the men of Coach Bohn prevailed over Clark, M.I.T., W.P.I., Lowell Textiles, B.U. and Mass- achusetts. Harvard supplied the one tie. The last two games were exception- ally well played and provided many thrills. An opening minute goal by Der Hagopian was the only score against Massachusetts and Jack Duncombeis two goals highlighted the win over Bos- ton University. Bob Kruszyna was voted the most valuable player, while Jack Duncombe was named All New England. Graoelmi, Ripley, Tomasso, Reexe, Thompson, Coach Bohn. Blomquixt, Duncum, Chzmzn, McTeague, Rum, Der I-Iagopiezzz. Kruxzymz, Sindz, Gaoagmzr, Buckley, Flngel, Bailey. -ff-370, C921 Nwyl Q. iff X -F www X - on W , I . 3 gi A jfs at . 3' Wlvlxlxx X - X Q 5 Q ' is-iffy 5 i Kg : ,L , 'f W, I , CQ,-h Tim' is cz lmplby sport? Coming into the home Jtretcb. Cross Va" ., Q 5' r' ,-A , . Country . , W ,kxzwac I ' Y' Coach Yeager's Cross-Country Team, hampered by mexperience, had one of its most unsuccessful seasons. Co-Captains Earl Christopher and Art McCa11n were the only returnees from last S6iISOl1,S squad, and when 1 Army after McCan11 was dlafted 1nto t ie the first meet, the remaining positions ell as possible by senior were filled as w L Ed Hogan and sophomores Al Price, A' ' ' f D' l' Bowerinff. bteve VV1llte5 , and ict C, ' l ' first season in college Hogan, 111 ns sports, improved consistently and became ' " l r and Al l' d man behind Chustop ie C t nr f Price, captain of last seasonss New England Championship freshman team. ' h the W.P.I. Christopher won bot and Coast Guard contests, but the team defeated only W.P.I. Tl e freshman team also had an un- 1 successful season, defeating only Dean Academy. I Etelvmzn, O'B1'ic'n, Yer, I-Im'ri.f1w, MFGFHIE, Biafrci, Szmeazberger, Greenberg, Henegbfzn, Godzimki, Portor, Hayes, Kilpfzlrirk Bwlzl, jmzello. Comb Ellif, Cczptfzizz Greezzberg, Nlfzzzagef' Frieclnzmz. 4l Basketball ff- SN lk. 'X jx ,v f 7 Q X XX gf E .N Q T A f"'S3?' rg-3-.L' J FW Qeb ,Q gj L!L! , f AMQRQEXX 4 Wikis gy fi XXX XE all - f- -4:' 1 'A' ?'iifl.1+ Ct:-uvrd Q V ,. , .M A, , .A. . W f,- . M QM.. M5153-1,s5,14. -,' i weigh---N--W Kgggz-g?z1.1'gf s Frau O'Brie11, Dirk il'IcGratb, Kezz jmzello. F R The basketball team this year under flflllijll Fred Ellis and Manager Art Friedman, started off the season with an upset win over St. Anselms College. With John Heneghan and Francis O,B1'l611 playing consistently fine games and aided immeasurably by the rebounding and of- fensive efforts of John Sussenberger and Captain Lowell Greenberg, they managed to have a fairly successful season. For the first time since the war, the varsity invaded the New York area, heating an outclassed King's Point team. However, hard luck coupled with an out- standingly high scoring Upsala quintet and finely coached City College squad, sent the team home with a record of one win and four losses on the trip. 0'Brien was the outstanding de- fensive threat all year and led the team in scoring in several games, also. Heneghan and Sussenberger we1'e offensive threats in every game, while Greenberg, besides being a fine rebounder, made his out- standing Gi'liOl'l. against the highly touted City Follege of New York, Where he scored over twenty points. The season's highlight was the 36 points Heneghan threw in to beat Hart- wick Follege in a 92-90 overtime game. f 9, i f fi li if 436' ' A: Y' Rszrv KT:-xg 5 fy L it iv l ilfj l nl NWI Ag , tm ki'-,X 'XC X if jr--33 Q 'aa 2 t X l Q! V'-'-NF , A lf' f., 115,37 l i, W I MY! r rj., I " K 1,1215-,Y -if !if!Q ff ms, " im. f Lowell fakef 'em out. 'Phi .ft , 5. wwf A g-7 . , lr:-Kumi-,. -YQ?-2 .- '. -'i l ..... i in' s ' 4 z.: sm, .f Q. :.:.: ,,, A s f,-:?'?1i ,.:.,. ' - 1 ' f T' Berry, Scbrieber, Clalzault, Rapp, COIZIIOIZJI. Palmer, Dente, McCum'y, Smidt, Brita, Payne Tilzu, Sertex, Regan, Hennesy, Hammond, Harrifon. Swhnnnng A test Jtart fn' a goof! finish. The swimming team under Coach Larry Palmer and Co-Captains Dick Hennessy and Mike Reagan, and managed by lVIilt Payne, got off to an unauspicious start this year by dropping their first three meets to Trinity, VVesleyan and Boston University. Although Coach Pal- mer has had difficulty in finding a winning combination, several members of the team proved quite apt at their specialties. The loss of outstanding seniors of last year hurt the team but such swimmers as Charlie Hammond, Ronnie Connolly, Jim Titus, and Dave Harrison helped carry the load. S ,.n y ggai R 7' L ' 1' sf -3 , 5 M - F- is xi fa A lxzg' fi ' -s 7 X I' fd- ' 6-1 KP A g -x S Ox ...- Q1-. . .-1'-fc .3 I-fi'-'I1.'b'f J-M11 n 32566 'V' "':".,1I .,13:f::g'l-gp:,.1.-: Bzzrtazz, Learxozz, Robert, Fortuna, Clyrixtman, Carzzanelli. Couglalin, M ofard, Willet, Ruggeri. Butler, Perry, Feron, Rankin, Salke, Carr, Areriazz. Huwlaml, Bznm, Byrne, Salam, B rown, M cKay, Fruzzdfen. After an early-sez1.son triumph over Boston University, the Tuft's wrestling team ran into a string of defeats. The squad, coached by Sam Ruggeri, suf- fered mostly from inexperience since there there were only two senior varsity men, Cwarptaiill Dave Burns and Ray Swain. In addition to Burns and Swain who wrestled in the 130 and 157 pound classes, there were John Howland in the 193, Larry Byrne in the 147, Gene lVIacKay in the 167, Wlallter Hill and Ii1l11 Brown in the 177 and Al Frnndsen, who wrestled lienvyweight. ,-r ,es , t 9, Si- E E A 577 'ff 3 3 g - 1- -E3 3 EP' J 'T 4. ,, 2 ' h ..-. k Q Cons Wrestling How am I doing, Sam? Farwell, Collier, Lancaner, Salomon. Lilmml, Praxcalore, Brooks, LeComle, Gardner, Williamxrm. Bowering, Wilkie, Niclnolxon, Calkizz, Prize. Houfifl, Goldberg, -loner, Katz, Dumzult. Indoor Track Continuing its fine record of pro- ducing top New England track teams, Tufts varsity came through this year with an outstanding, well-balanced team. Through the coaching of Ding Dus- sault and a lot of conscientious prac- ticing, the Jumbos produced such stand- outs as New England hurdles champ , ,,.-it Jack Goldberg, cage bro adj umping record holder Captain Bob Jones, plus Reggie Alleyne, Steve Wilkie, Clay Willianis, and Russ Devin, regular winners in the fifty yard dash, six-hundred yard run, and the pole vault, respectively. Along with the mile relay team of VVilkie, Jones, ?:?sS1':3, f if df X N. Qi x, r' Vx xl '-V, 741, A if Mm lkggff! MEX I L. K K V x 'X if fa --,ry , l QM7l55Q7WQ"7n-farms-fr fr fa e 3 A l v fins-gsst v gg ,F ,,5,,r,5bf lie e M X 'Q E 5' it M-a -mx i. or lxiflx iii-lixpg f.:e--:Qi-a - A-IL, '-'f-a,iLKQ,,f-X' ffloya in ,me fe, +-ii, Vfj'f,'7'E'-ff13512-F-'Q , R . 4 ,ZW ,-,L,,,,, QQ, ,... 5-, --V-f Q4-fd :W-1 - N ow wbereir that other lafzrdle? Calkin, Vey and Lefomte, these track- sters entered the K. of C., B.A.A. and New England meets plus their regular dual competitions. Indispensable and important in rounding out the team were mile and two-milers Ed Hogan, Tom O,Hearn and lla Wzllmmx fam! jones. ,i ,f u.-- O' Hearn leading the pack. sophomore Al Priceg middle distance men Bob Vey, John LeComte and Parker Calking high jumpers Chris Gardner and Fred Collierg speed men Bill Brooks, Andy Howitt and Dick Kruger, the latter two also taking places in the hurdles. The freshman team headed by Brooks Johnson in the dashes and trans- fer Jim Branigan did not top last year's undefeated teams but they promise to add strength to a team which will upstand Tufts track history next year Without the graduating highlighters of this last season. ra X -gr . Nw X- fif X M- T M it it gif: I lu -Yzrtlx +33 lllgf , ' Q. rx iff-pf' fdfflvz i Ki'-12 YM., fear f-f",.l, E 'fi' lllli-1-V' ii 'QT Q 'X mx ff X ll'-.fx +41 zz. c is- riftwff ,W ....- . -4.4 4- --, W, lp. .f----V v - .AZ T.-. CLY. C2 ui. lfa,,4:."H -:TTU i W 1- , ,- , 7 W e.,.:j w. .-. r ' -V- ' e. ,fr ': 'J .k., I J Barbuto, Parlaoxki, Bren, O'Brien, Sands, Fenton, M yerx. Taylor, Mahoney, Rifbardxozz, Power, Nolan, Regan, Rirla, Arthur, Prendergast. Pefricra. Hockey The hockey team completed a suc- cessful campaign showing great improve- ment over last year as they compiled a Winning record. Their triumphs included decisions over New Hampshire, Amherst and M.I.T. Light the red light jhr Taps! The team was sparked by co-cap- tains Allie Powers and Phil Richardson, the former a stand-out lineman and the latter the backbone of the defense. The high scorers of the Jumbo sextet were Tom Niplan and Gerry lVIahoney. Other fine play on the line was performed by Regan, Polcharski, Mye1's, Brinn and Sands. Wa1'ren Rich, Dave Fenton and John O'Brien were the best of the de- fensenien. The goal was shared by Dave Zussman and Hal Taylor. , r. A. f- - A f ,.f ff 'S ,, . P s The Jackson Athletic Association continued this year to sponsor an all- round prograni for the girls. Besides backing ordinary gym events, it organ- ized several special functions. During orientation week the J .A.A. helped with picnics and entertainment. The high- lights of the fall activities was the annual 'Bouja Day, with games and supper. Be- sides Bouve, girls from Forsythe and B.S.U.T. joined the fun. For the unbeaten varsity teams, the J.A.A. provided enjoyable banquets. Dur- ing the basketball season it organized a play day for the varsity and inter-dorni and ll'ltCl'-S0l'Ol'llly tournaments. As in the past, the Outing Club sponsored ski trips, delicious breakfast cookouts, and "take a brealqu exam gatherings. Webb, Limmtt, Frazer, Powderly. Scan, Terry, Ellix. Min Beedem, Min 20110, Min Wright K' ff , lic s s "igi gf-'-Q.-1,121Ctglgifsf nfs, Wezteb 01 or I birdie! "' 2 5 zu , Badhfl nton Continuing as one of the major win- ter sports, badminton was eagerly played by many Jaxonites this year. Several evenings weekly the girls could be seen smashing the birdie around the gym in Talented Bohr and A1211 wielel rucqzzeti. preparation for their opponents, Pem- broke, Radcliffe, and the University of New Hampshire. Besides many skillful new players, the team included such experts from for- 1ner teams as Bobs Brewer, Ann VVright, and Bobbie Olson. Min Wright, Tendler, Olxon, Ruixel, Clark, Hall, Tederca. Story, Aroruon, Scott, Leard, Brewer, Shapiro, Moxkol, Cooledge. 1 'ff 4 ' w Te his The 1952 Varsity Tennis team had a very successful season, winning the first of its three games by a score of 4-1 over the Pembroke team. The second game of seasoniresulted in a 4-l win of Radcliffe over the Jackson lassies. The final match of the schedule with a lively team from the University of New Hampshire as contenders, finished in a 3-3 tie. Singles players were Joan Strubbe, Jane Har- bough, Jane Chiswell and Frances Stuart. Those playing doubles were Jean Pow- derly, Joan McKenzie, Ma1'ie Joy, Faith Ellis, and Joanne Kean. Other players were Sally Coolidge, Yrsa Grasshoff, Anne Temple, R 11 Gordon and Viola lVIurpl1y. 5 ,O Arc 'Efy Archery is one of the minor sports at Jackson that is much enjoyed by sev- eral girls. Springtime brought out such enthusiasts as Jane Metcalf, Aggie Milel- ler, Minzt Bass, and Jeep Hallet. In the tri-school annual tournament held at Jackson in '52, these girls bowed The way to a waffx heart . . . w. xx . M A L Xxx 1 w xx s M tx Gordon, joy, Keane. Powderly, Temple. to archers from Radcliffe and beat Pem- broke. To climax the season, a tourna- ment Was held among Jackson girls, in which Aggie Muellel' displayed champion- ship skill, and won the coveted archery cup. Cupid Jcorex again. li . Civkin, Mahoney, Wiseman, Kelley, Kearla. Limrott, Webb, Williamr, Craven, Freeman. - .5 ,5 Terry, Leard, jameron, Kelly, Zamperelli, Wright. L Qs . . ' -sxyl with U.N.H. again gave Jackson an ade- Softball The 1952 Jackson softball teamsters redeemed themselves from their first 16- 12 loss to Pembroke by two substantial victories over Radcliffe and the Univer- sity of New Hampshire. In the third in- ning of the Radcliffe game, the J axonites gained a sixteen point lead. the final score ending in a 31-5 victory. The ten runs in the third inning of the contest quate lead of 11 points, ending in a 18-4 win. Those scoring homeruns for the season were Rickie Craven, Willie Wil- liams, a11d Sally Linscott. Fast plays, good team work and high spirit prevailed in all the games. Under the coaching of Frances vVI'lgl1t the 1952 Jackson softball team came out with a very successful season. M3115V of the play- ers returned for the following yearis season. - -l- -GTX tn Mo ,. ance The lN'Iodern Dance Group, unmler the direction of hfiliss J oanne Zolo, is com- posed of members of the four classes of J ackson. During the first half of the year the girls worked mostly on techniqueg one of the first activities was C0llEl-l'JOl'2LlLlO11 with the 3 P's and the Boston Symphony to present "Ca.rnival of A11ll11HlS.,, In February the dancers got together wlth Pembroke for their annual Dance Symposium. The Dance Open House for the alumnae and the Spring Concert in March helghtened the yearts act1v1t1es. The Dance of Nations Suite mzide at very colorful spectacle in the spring concert. Catton, Rullserford, McPeake Adamr Bur: Clyman, Greenwood Gnzflfo RIL'bdILiI0lI Vzctorzouf actzofz agczzzzxt Radclz cf Sal and jane daily fn' another goal. Hockey The 1959 Jackson Hockey team finished a season of victories which proved to be their second with an un- blemished record of wins and ties. The games won were against Bouve 6-1, Pembroke 6-2, Regis 5-0, and U.N.H. 3-0. Ties were with Radcliffe and Endicott. Patty Jamerson, goalie, made many spectacular saves. Among the outstand- ing players was Norma Leard, Captain, the only graduating senior. Fubfmm Czuknz A151111 Terry Cbuwell Sexton, Walton, Linycott, Min Beedem. Baldwzn Webb Coolerlge, Leard, Ellif, Temple. Q . NTP, - v...,. law- - , 4,- Tlyey'1'e of' . . Fuzz up in the air again! SVV1II11'I11I1g Jacksons varsity swim team has two meets which take place in the spring with Radcliffe and Pembroke, a.s Well as play-E L' 'I M 'A days with Bouve, Sinunons, lVIt. Hol- yoke, Wellesley and Smith. The events Fdmmum X include racing for freestyle, Frazer, Rob- erts, Curtin, Grasshoif, Ulhnore and Cahillg breaststroke, VVhipple, Cowles and Bassg backstroke, X7OlI116I', :Mahoney and Diezg form swinnning and diving. I Donahue and Frazer. ' e vnu- mlm willy? I L Curtin, Diez, Cowles, Elmer, Schulman, Volmer, Roberts, Mahoney, Frazer. is Rie-Rie flare! one in. Basketball gf? Q -iv? Z9-pg A major position in the Jackson win- ter sports schedule was occupied by bas- ketball, always a popular winter sport. The girls practiced diligently to main- tain the established record of only one loss in over two years. Several players from last year's spirited team returned to comprise the varsity group, sparked by forwards, Marie Joy, Faith Ellis, Joanne Freeman, Carolyn W3ltOl1, and guards Sally Sexton, Judy VVebb, and Laures Terry. I Limcott, Walton, Chixwell, Terry, Webb. Ellis, Freeman, joy, Sexton. J 11 Y 4 Rayzuford, Frienrl, Auftin, Pierre, Reyfzolafr. Lurmigan, Kelley, Temple, jamemn, Woody, Cizfkin, Min Beedem SCHEDULE at Bouve February 18 Regis February Q5 Play Day February 28 Pembroke February 5 B. C. M2lI'C11 11 ,X Radcliffe M31'C11 19 ' X U. N. H. 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Q I :.: sg S5 5 H H .,. :.: 5.:.:.:. E ,, H ' 'I.I,.:Q:" Ui 'DERGRADU TE EDITOR Janet Jacoby GRADU TE EDITORS Robert Powers William Weddleton Veronica DiMento Ivy Societ 1' 3 xxy Small, Cook, McCurdy, Bennett. Snrxerzberger, Weatlaerbee, Peterson, Seznzfr. The Ivy Society is the honorary society of the junior class and consists of various men nominated by the previous year's group and chosen by the Sophomore Class in the Spring. The Society's jobs are to publish the Ivy Book, to head thejunior Day exercises and junior Prom, to arrange football trips, to usher at formal Seznflr, Wealherbee, Peterson, Bennett. chapel functions, to organize dances after basket- ball games, and to help with and organize other activities beneficial to Tufts as a whole and the junior class in particular. The group supports rallies, thus the society fosters college spirit whenever possible and wel- comes new ideas for raising student enthusiasm. - - Sword and S ield xxlism H .1 , A 2:32 xiii ,., f' it P-, ...,.m Sebmidf, Blue, Daley, Budd, Perkins. Crunk, Rumi, Rnller, Ingari, G1Z'0?'0k. The Sword and Shield Societ made its lirst Y public appearance on hill with the putting up of Freshman Traditions posters early in September. This active group kept the freshman violators of 2 . . . 1 r L . 2 . the Tr rditions busy with work parties rt which they performed such worthy deeds as cleaning out the new Jackson dorm,Wyeth House, before its present occu- r ig-. l if-5-EBM, l ' ' L -1-- i TD lj ,Aff 'L f eff! ll yo' e x xxx 1 .X J lil' xxx I jf, All X-Q! w xx ' 1, f Ng, pancy and gathering wood for the big pre-game rallies. The annual "Pray For Rain" sponsored by Sword and Shield was a huge success this year as was the annual Traditions Dance in the fall. The traditional rope-pull between the Sophomores and the Freshmen was won by the Freshmen at this year's Homecoming Game. Srbmirll, Rutter, Ingari, R11.r.ra. liejctffffifffdl ll-. .4', ffl -.'i'.46l i 132- A 1 - ciiclff lr,-.g,--g137'1":r-ff fe ee X Le e f Qg.15,.i Q l z P NY 1 I 1 I Famf Blurk, Wentberbee, Small, Alleyne. Class of 1954 The junior Class of Tufts began an eventful year with a tremendously successful smoker. The master of ceremonies, Baron Hugo, was ably backed by Sy Wall-:er's songs. Their initial success was followed by an informal dance in the spring, and their annual beach party in May. The junior Class of jackson got the year underway with the traditional Big-Little Sister picnic, held this year behind the jackson Gym by the newly built fireplace. Later in the year they gave a party for all new transfer students. The most looked-forward-to event of the year was junior Day with the girls all dressed in new white blazers. The social event of the year was thejunior Prom. Borden, Coyle, Sexton, Walton, Ellir, Clark. af' J .Q fs ' Pio, Bilionir, Eazxtrom, Perkins, Rlztler. The Sophomore Class arranged and conducted 1 f an informal dance with a Christmas theme De- C O cember 12, 1952 at jackson Gymnasium. The great enthusiasm shown at the poster parties and As in the past, the class marshal initiated the class smoker promises an active and congenial freshmen to jackson's traditions. A prize was future. The cookout of last fall was the first big awarded for the cutest costume and naughty fresh- opportunity the sophomores ofjackson had to renew men gave extemporaneous skits that greatly amused old friendships and compare big summer romances. everyone present at the Baby Party. Webb, Blair, Cremer, jamierou, Civkizz, Temple. l l i 1 Ji Freeman, Guzzi, Cohen, Law-Zeckaz, Gomfzzfin. 'Vai Q1 Wsssdf 1956 Ir was at the first football game that the fresh- men were introduced to a new nemesis-the Sword and Shield, but the freshmen linally triumphed at the annual freshmen-sophomore rope pull. The freshman dance with its outstanding theme was the most successful of the season. . The- annual marriculation exercises, splash party, and a tour of historic Boston highlighted the series of events scheduled to introduce the freshmen to jackson. Among the many social events shared were the freshmen skits, teas at the Dean's house and sorority rush parries. Dances, dates, and hour exams became foremost in the minds of the fresh- men and their college life began. Woods, Schmidt, Sawyer, Courerzs, Reardon, Atherton. mv . f K 'mfr-.:. V w 'En- Qmfi x T 3, . 1 Q . ,, E W .ff 'BF .'f,fs,1gg V - 1 91' F 1 1 V 3 ua Qaxx "2 . .. xg. A rag . "Wifi -13 L David B11r11.r, Prerident. janet, Tufts Cliffs of 1953 1949 brought an unusually large freshman class which saw . . . the foundations ofthe Memorial Wing of the Eaton Library. . . Phi Delta celebrate the opening of its new house with a reception to the college community. . . Ginny Taylor I.F.C. Queen. . . Phi Delta win snow sculpture contest of the first winter carnival weekend over which Queen jean Zimmerman ruled . . , Lunar Lindsay elected mayor in our first wild Contact with space ships. And heard . . . Robert Frost . . . Ludwig Lewis- sohn, professor and author . . . Zeta Psi and Metcalf West cop the Christmas Sing trophies . . . Norman Thomas lecture . . . of the Victor Friend gun collection theft. A year later we saw. . .the establishment of the jumble. . .Alice Fitzpatrick elected I.F.C. Queen by popular vote...Psi Chi, psychology honorary established on hill . . . Bettjennings rule over a dry Winter Carnival . . . Tom Bane establish a new world hammer throw record . . . Althea Cox, Burzzr, Kane, Dix. 50 f' ackson Clalss of 1953 Holland, as Miss jackson . . . the foundation of the Marlins . . . in a mayoralty campaign en- livened by the participation of China's Doll, Ricki Craven, Mal Mooney rake the honors . . . And heard . . . Mr. Coolidge, Republican candi- date for governor . . . Dean Wessell chosen vice president upon the retirement of Mr. Tufts College, Dean Miller. As upperclassmen in '51 we saw . . . Andy Perlsrein ruling the Interfraternity weekend . . . the D.U.'s and Metcalf East win the snow sculpture awards - a week after carnival weekend . . . vic- torious Bojest Toadvine . . . And heard. . .of President Carmichael's ap- pointment as Secretary of the Smithsonian Institu- tion and of Dean Bush's retirement followed by the appointment of Dean Jeffers of William and Mary . . . Count Basie play at our-junior Prom, of which jean Zimmerman was queen. We came back as seniors, making the most of every remaining minute of our Hnalyear on the Hill. Barham McKinney, Prerirleut Powrlerly, Volmer, Mc'Kimzvy, Folrum, Curolml. Goodwin, Forte, Bznwr, Kane, jozzer. Tower Cross Society Panini, Fefziou, O'C01111ell. Tower Cross was established during 1897 as the Senior Honorary Society and has continuously been influential in furthering the principles and purposes of Tufts College. Composed of ten campus leaders elected directly by their own class, the duties of the group are mostly unwritten. Specifically, Tower Cross has charge of organizing and supervising the pre-game rallies and sponsoring both the Christmas and Spring sings that make Tufts known as a singing college. , 1. I, 'XFX ,iq gil F Q1 ,,.,3,'l 1,527 if f lf ifqf lg 5 ll lf it 1lf4,i4.,ili7l is il :iii not -1 Wiki? l,l1illll'Qil'il , , .. lnfril "WN C- lfmiil T ,913 , ' 2 'T 4, ci ,l2f:4fJ'fqgff5f ' 'To VP: UI E fr L-fir Lf ,f . xv 'd,,1'fPQ, QQ., K -" ' ' xxw' 1: -r-J' 4' XxQQ'lLf mi., ,,- , W m'mi,,,a 'ff W I .I , H.. , r. .V 'J f I ff. If '- fx" a.. '-4 L-VM!! Q -KT, SVN . wx, L .." ww5ef"" -R ' ii hifi keg fa ' -4 1 Senior' Week Senior week climaxes all that is beloved of our days on the "hill" It signifies the end of one life and the beginning of a new, and because of this we anticipate it with a little regret and will always look back on it with nostalgia. Earlier came a Tufts- jackson banquet, which is usually followed by a round of picnics at Cranes Beach. Baccalaureate exercises officially opened Senior Week the Sunday before commencement. Next on the agenda was the romantic moonlight cruise on The Boston Belle that sailed from the harbor our to the historic Boston Light. Never let it be said that Tufts students don't patronize the arts, since Tufts night at the Pops was one of the most memorable of the entire week. Never have Tufts' songs been sung with such gusto and such sadness. Friday heralded the most active day of the week with the Class Day exercises in the morning, the Senior Spread in the afternoon, and the Prom in the evening. The Prom, held at the Hotel Somerset, was the most lovely and most well remem- bered dance of our college career. All too soon commencement day arrived bringing to a close not only senior week but our college days as well. Ufzzfw' the .syn 1'e?6ZllflZg . . , The Avtiiiitier Cozmzzittve' zlelibemtfzzg Am! Alma Mater flied the air. The rom! afaefzzf. V. ,, ,V ,.-lf, A 'Q MARTIN RICHARD ASHER 610 West End Ave. New York, N. Y. A.B. English Phi Epsilon Pi, Sec'y,, Sgt. at Arms, Football 1, 2, 3, 4-g Track 1, 2, Middle Hallg Yacht Club, Tufts Theatre, Varsity Club 3, 4. WALTERAi-JQSEPI-I AYLVVARD 11 Wyman St. 5 'jj Medford, Mass. A.B. 1 " Sociology Delta Upsilong Basketball,Mgi:, 2, 3, 4-3 Newman Club, lntra- murals 1, 2, 3, lnterfrgternity Sports 3, 4. I . , I 35- 1 2' M . 5 ! l 1 5 1 - sm 4 . I LELAND BROWN BALDRICK 96 South Burritt St. 4 ,,"' M , ' ' V, ,, -New,,Britain, Conn. B.S. V " ' 1, " Eleclricoliugivzecring Alpha Tau Oniegag Tul'ts1.Iackson,Chorusg Odikong Secregy of Wardroom Club., D -V X 65.72, UI., VV H ' ,.., V . , ,X 1gI5NNE1iH5xyA1,'rE1z BALLQU 1 , 127 Saiihol-nfAY9,g,g,J' 'R'0Xbury, Mass. , , .... ..,, , V, .1 I ,, , A .,, ' 'f fy-. U, ., fn, If f :,' - frN2vm3jw'f,fX 5:--1112: E" P " 1 ff- " 3 ,inf :swf ,..1, ,H . v, . . 1 5, . mls, mg,-gy.-15 , ,, . 1 ' H - x .3-Q'-ang fwf'1..x',, 1' A-1 , 4 , X ., .,,,,,,,:, lingo. . 9 2. ' 2 .. 5-1 f . Q' s , ff f 2 - -lg Q Y X' ,.'f5fv!f5QiQf"j if--in ,ri gf: .L 1 1 ,, I - f-' I f gz.fT,",1,,j, 'f-i.f1',ff-C511 -QQ' 1313, k .3,?gg:', ,I 5? 3 i : I sms' . . gi If 1' 'f' -" fi 2? rhai11oS13- , 5, A :o.S3amQ1idg1z,.f-Maffsi-ifl- , St6 Nf'QgCOl.ll1C1lQ, Senior Class ,Activities -Vlggigngniiftdegi OIT- Hill' Club: Q1 , 'onal Relationslliist Cliilo. A' ,, , 5H50l'!gf:?5'f .,.' ix :,5"f"f""JSfF'iZ-Q,1f"1-f1M:xL""""-fr''-'--- :L C W1gllll11iIAM RALPH BARBATO 117 Cottage St. Everett, Mass. B .S . Civil Engineering ASCE 3, 4. 146 ALICE ELIZABETII Al-l0 Chase Rd.-is 1 , Lunenburg, Mass. Aiii'-Y-,.,.3 f,-" ,,,, , English ,Alpha,Ki5Del1,a2 Canterbury Club, l-RH Club 2, 3, 4-3 NSA 1, 2, 334, Secretary 2, 3,1Cl1airmau -L. f ERIC UIQITON ANDERSON Hingham, Mass. , . English . ' 11 1 It 1 A N . 1 1.2 . .... ,ENfAUIif'EI2iH.i1fI41S G1la13fQK1ax.2rifx1v1,BAUL'rH,r ia, 2 Nofthimd Kl?'55" -if 4,4 '1l21fW?i1ewCol1r1.i B.S. -f.". - Y -.-73'-1-Bi0lbggl?Ch61J1.i.StI'3' Freshman Honor'Boll,f,DeaxfsfI3iSlfjffP1'eglVledica,l Socially 3, Corres. Sec'y. flligllaulbigvt KingsleygqNeWman Club: A In ROBERT TURNER AIUVISTRONGS . 15 Rodman Place ' Dedham, Mass. B .S. ' '- Civil E11gi1zeeri1'zg Civil Engineering Society. D ADELE AURORE BARBEAU 75 Bay St. Manchester, N. ll. B.S. Biology Pre-Med. Society flig Newman Club 3, rl-g Lambert Kingsley, Transl'er from Lasell Jr. College. MlN1LFllANCES BASS 101 Ivy SL. Brookline, Mass. B.S. LJ' English Chi cJll16'B,".Sl'.j61Hl ,Prcsideutg llillelg Marlin 1 g5..,1eff- -' Q:- ' . - , . Club, Pxfeggfentg .lumboslgoo cg Cariterggwpy Club, Dean s List 2, 33 .llffiilwle hiagjaginfggllglgirse C6lfllfi'fEQSl.l.IdCl1l. Counselor, Varsity,4Sxyii1'1r11iHQfi'1, yarfsity Arcliery 2, 3, 114. V - V- "1 ,V a . ' y, 1, A If E . ,, vi- viii? fs., . I , , is :S Qlv. M I . . ' . w11,,lJ:AM.,, izfgaglgggggshcicltia I l'laififif1lQtiriI St. 4,12 Braintree. Mass: Q, . 5 it 5H7i5501'5'i4: .. -rw' . M, I fr' 'nv WILLlAlN'I FAIIRHANKS BELL 258 Lowell Ave. Newtonville, Mass. A .B . Economics Soccer' 1, 2, Orohestrag Luigi Club, Yacht Club. . 'wx - .101-IN CIIIMMINGS BENNETT 72 College Ave. Somerville, Mass. A .B. Economics lvy Society, Tower Crossg Student Council 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 'Lg Pres. Varsity Club. MYRA BERGER 17 Wi. 67th St. , New York, N. Y. A.B. In Education , - Hillel, Secretary 2, President 33 Jumbo Bookllxg Dean's List ' ,,1','2, 3, 44, Phi 'Beta Kappa, Education Club 1, Sedy. 23 Tufts N .. , N 215' r 'K , 596 ' . y if N0RMANj?i'iA1iiiis iamirciigun, Ju. , lil"D:3 " 'K ,, Q ixlewcomerstowu, Oiiio 13.5.5 ,ff ., Z. " Geolpgy Cross Couiitryg Indoor Track, ,Outdoor 'Fraclig Rock 'nd Druinlin Club, Ski:'l'eamg Alpha-Sigma Phi. i J, 'z.. ' lm is I I R RODNHEY ODENW BLOMQUIST 28"'Lairdl1d. ,,, , , Medford, Mass. A.B. D Q, 5, 1- ' 'Q Ecolzomics Varsity Soccer 1, 3, Economics Clubg German Club. 1 ' i'-- 2 2 '.'r I , 3 l k 3- . gy, l : - , vff -uf-,zifi - ,J A " . '- I 0 . Q : 5 i yi., . ,.,.' E I . 5 .iggzzi :': If MM- I ., , - .ng --,, ,"' , Q FQ1LA4UBZ5afNJ1B0lllPi,,?3i'.3W 5 i g62'!3f:i1i1iH Bllitfi -f A23il'7f,il53lff5-iliffA 5' -if Aii55i71iffff5 - l -:-, 1 ii: g:Fw,.1,..wf-3' is-:La 5 Siginagggppa, S9f.2iEil-IQvl'l.3lQE!Nil'1 3QfiLg,f11JAui1il3le 3g"Degn's , 3, -44, lfhiuse PI'GS1dGli1trf4iQA Senior .Aetiyities Coinrh. .31 ' af, .-'W f ,. .. ' . if -- 2 ,.vg.".-fii""W',5??i,x4'5Q1"I32 . . fQI!1Q!ll?iLl5Q.QNYA1iATAVEJ Bangkok Thailand B .S . Illechanical Engineering Tennis lg Squash 2, 3, fl, Camera Club, Pres. IL, ASME 2, 3, 4-. 147 JUNE ELAINE BOYD 131 Standish Ave. North Haven, Conn. A.B.xf ,,,, 'f English Phillips Brooks Clubul, 2,f3, 4-, 'l'reas.g Oli' Ilill Club 1, 2, 3, 43 CanterburyQ'Club'i3gF43 Bowling Team 3. ,g HENRY ROBERT BRAU fl- ."- ye, ' , if Darien, Conn. B.Sff.f,?3 "1 " . 2 Biology-Chemistry Glgorusg Freshman Lacrosseg Chapel Choir. 'Q'-4 D. , -' ' A 1 5 Goddard lll1etoiicfa1o'Aiiditions 'lsifi live' Wendell ,Philli s , "'l F5EDERICKS-QBREIEEENFEIQD, JR- 275 Stioijer Ave, i'l. Npgw Rochelle, N. Y. B.S. If g TQETQ',Ge-1le1'alEngi11ceri7Lg Transfer, Stevens, Ieiistitiitieiof Tjech,nQlog,y,g Pen, Painlgapd, '- Pretzels 3, .'kv flggf?'I3i1eati:r ffuftouniaii, ,Biisiiigissg-5 A Q Mgr- 34"LiterH1'y'lid.i1ff4sj':N,l1O'l'C'QBai1cLfQ2:E13T.xeeutiveioilieer f Director 4-g Co-Chairfri FrcslirnlaIi5Qfft-iitiialiiifiiltg 'first pri'Ze',' ' 1 ' ,, , -1.' g ,pr ,li p, Extempore Speech Contest'3ig 'Dean's Listj3g,St11dent Council 1 :STANLEY HARVEY B RESNICK F ' ,V ' LL3 Almont St. ' rMattapan, Mass. B.S. X Geolagy Phi Epsilon Pig Wrestling lg ASCE 3g Rock and Drumlin Society 2, 3, 43 AFROTCg Yacht Club fig Rifle Club 113 Drama Society 13 Mountain Club 4, Winter Carnival Ski Committee 2g Chairman Snow Sculpture Judging Committee 2. BARBARA ANN BREWER 214 So. Couer D'Alene St. Spokane, Vllash. B S B ' ioZog3 Yacht Clubg Marlin Clubg Phillips Brooks Club. CHARLES,-A. BREYVSTER Manchester Center, Vermont B S A . . , , , - ,L illeclianical Engineering Alpha Tau Omegnafg ASMEg Newman Clubg Tufts-Jackson Chorus 3, 4. f'f" ,xg , , I .,.. ,. , ii- , ,.f , - s V ! i l 1 I l i f f::, N , PAUL HICKNIAN BROADLEY 60 Dana Pl. , 5 ze.. ' Needham Heights, Mass. BAS, -h 'L - . Bi01ngy:Che111istry Band 1, 2g Oijcliestra 4g Pre-Medical Society 1, 2, '3wLji3er Duetsche Vereing Lambert-Kingsley -l. ' xx ,. TegW1LLIAM 1-I. BROOKS , iiffai, 'Q 'gf .,,--, ' " . fi-A Braintree, Mass A.B. 521, N f X f, n " ff -50501021 Delta UpsilonQ Ti'ack,15,"'?, Eiiiiilg-iXgfxjsii7y7Club. fy M f'2-'Eiga 2 - I .11 2 2 1 pi fu 11, ' V' it li AR'11li1URf'1:IfE0N2fRDl BRQWN, :ill R'-f' 1' A L 7 ftimyfield f' , , -' gif, if 'NCWQQH'4'MQSS. 'BASW' ' PM ' i 'V" 1 z " 'l ' WY" ' Ci1JiLFh.gi?i?ering Beta Pi, 'Seo'y9 A' Deanfs 1: 2,"32-'iiiivaiisity Club? 'Nea'- ,man'Club. " 'ii""' RICHARD B. BROWN 7 Oxford St. Somerville, Mass B ,S, Chemistry 148 WILLIAM B. BURFORD, JR. 202 Hampshire St. Methuen, Mass. A.B . Business Administration Chorus 1g Economics Club Alg Oil'-Hill Club fl. DAVID GEORGE BURNS 537 Broadway Everett, Mass. A.B. ' K 5 History-Govermizent 4 Class Pres. 3, 4+QN?Wtl'I1lBH Club 1, 2, 3, 4.3 Qgll'-Hill Club 1, 2, 3, fly?-S131'es Sword- and Shieldg Ivy Societyg Reyes Cross, Pres ,,, 95Ifiimgt4.Cl'11b 3, fl1ffStucient,Council,Se65y. Vice-Ifresident 4-3 ,y:11'sity,Ql,lIb,2, 3, X4.-g'Nat'lfStntlent Associatiornl, 25? Pres. - 4,jVlZ1,estl1iig52, 53,-GEJIZHIQ 1, 4, IR Qlgb 3, IL, P1 UFLOI, l,,,"lQgist1,,I1all 4g Luigi lub,4g S1,gt.e"'Gfhfiirr1ien Mgsachusetts Iiitereollegiate' Legislature-Q, fl-gNice5P1'es,,gfl'ufts rsincti 3, ch ' ' L ' '-. 2 'wgiii ge' ' V ll .I I Q :Tir Q .W 2 ,yr - S ' Ji ' 5 ' lm? i 1 Q y K? Y I Alyy gr S , ,. :yn I ft? H- '--DAVIDAMBROSEA BURTON " 18 Sllefiielclgid. E33 ' 5 . 5 Wakefield, Ma s. A,.B. Q , Bitsinesi Adminfistratiin Sigma. Nu, Historiggn 3, Recorder llfg Wrehstlingg-'l'eam Manag xr 1, 2, 3324, Phillips Brboks ,Clubg--1WaI'dl'ofJrn Club, Varsilly Clubgiliconomics ClubiNl1O'l'C. ' , , Q, x ' - ,Ps w ,of 1 io Y' l lm , RAFAE1 MANUEL BUSGAGLIA BQX,fL591v9fE? A I ' f ' , San Juan, Puerto Rico B.SL' . ' . Clzeguistfy-B ology Alpha TaiiHQn'1ega,gQS1Q'iQftisl1,,5Cl11lJ.4 . 2 I Q Wifi, Qf: ' " 5 . 2 1, .4 'riz a I ll V' i l'?2?f95i?'i 5 A ee.. ,V 1. fx' 2 , 5 ,.w: -, BUSY 'i'4 L 19ffWi!1,!je1g5Ql5j:eGi"' 49,35 , ' , -f': g, 'Medl'oi'd,'Mass, A 3 an lf,..., les-'ax' f ' 5 , , 'lf f Sigma Iiappa,,5Qlgewm3h"l Club lgflliilijdeifil'Da11ee,:1w2f 3,2-pt , Dem vice-12gsg'llsgt.1ugn.b0,,BoQkeS,uaff.A , ,Q ' k,m:y-,zf'3'j New H 5 -klxv 55:-'ngft RICHARD EDWARD CALIRI 952 Broadway W. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biolagy Oil'-Hill Clubg Italian Club. 149 lCI.,IZABlC'l'll' NICIIOLSON BROYVN CNIRSJ 505 Essex St. Lynn, Mass A .B . Government Odikong 'llufts-.laCkson,,Cl1ol'ns5 French Clubg I-RH Club, Phillips Brooks Club, Vgrnsil3y,Club Show 3, Dean's List 1, 2, V fi-fil11g:il1,4 noe BROWN 79 Ngislirggifstj 7 1 , " 'e'1 , ,A rj' Woburn, Mass. B.S. , e 'ffllieclzaiiical Evgrgineering T, AsM1sl5'1'unsYacmgepiab,.V . Xu, , , ' I I V, K ,Q-if ., r, yn, V' ! " ,W-J 'if' Q . ' ..i. X asf.: 'fi...f' ,.,., 1-5 l 1 ' i 1 Q ...'... L.,.,...,t.-QM.-W,-W... ?-. fur , 4 5 if 1 gs Q' all ""' i .:::g:t .'.. :.-..., ff 1 AMES J0sEPIl,1BUc14LEW41Ej.. E -.ififlili ..-.-- fre-- A.lf34W5Ef:lls,Alv'1f-I A ii .- D0!i?3b9EtF'3..-Mfigsiii' 32545. "i' Veil S A fi . ,g ,,.. - ' lui-'M 115' , 'J5askligthall.51, 2,3-3, '1'31'Q SOCQGIET 131312,-,g3, Cgiptainfllg Qlier11'ist.i5yff7fj f. ,sopiegyi Qlarsity Clnbg Inti'ay11u51alF',11Z:ii1dljal.lif, 'fkigokiie yjfxlarsity Club, Nexxfliiaxi CITl1lg,5'..1nt1'a1i1iiHl' Handball Champion. A ' V137 . .XX . 7, ,f THOMAS ANTHONY BXU-ON0 -jjjj ljiiges St, ' 1M6dgGlPdgmMHSST" ALB . English Recording Sedy. Mass. Intercollegiate Legislature, Vice- Pres. Italian Club, Newman Clubg Middle llallg Circulation Force Newspaper, Curtis Hall Committee, Oli'-Hill Club. Wardroom Club 1, 2, 3, Ll, Christian Science Organization 2, 1 gg . JOHN CYRIL CAREY, JR. 153zql,.yun,,S't. f Peabody, Mass. B .'S. Q' ' C' z lllechwzical Eugiizeering AS1V11ZQgB-NewiiianClub. x as-L,gg323i,,,,,.55,3,,5ia1.ol,5E',3l1Qg10'r11Y CARLSON f"2a:,f:43f' Malden, Mass a Englzslz fts' Chorus . i1,.n f , gg?-:MZ . T IAQ i , fur ' .2 i-Vf 'V-gg1fTB..xN1g'1214I01VriAS2f1c.g'RLs0N 1 5'7'Qui1icyvSl7.?1?Q,1fZl ,fy 4ArlingLun,,QMassi B-5-r . .f,Eff' i' 5 A sive, te., -!Bi0l0ew 01-Qlmstra 1, 2, vi, Yskglgnselim ,1f1iw2g1g,nfSociety 2, 4., Pi-e-Mea,'e1,i3b,3i.145.CharusP51,qi:Qei1iig1n".G111LM: Liiiiihevt Kingsley Society 4411?Cellegefg'Clfimiisgfilfgi'fiSstroiio1i5iEal Society 2, 45 Dean's List lv fy "V'i' 'flizi-if """ 25? ff, 13' " R GRANT TUCKER CARPENTER 158 Upland Rd. Waban, Mass, B .S . Chemical Engineering KENNETH LLOYD CARR CURTIS EUGENE CARR 8 Gardner Hd. Cambridge, Mass. B .S . Electrical Engirzeering Sec'y AIEEg Publicity Comm. AIEE and IRE. 3, President fl-g AlChE 2, 3, il, Tennis 1, 2. 8 Gardner Rd. We 1 5 Cambridge, Mass. B.S. X' Electrical Engineering Branch Treas. and member olf-'Publicity Comm. AIEE and mE. ,,., I MARY ALICE ' CA RR-OLAN 5 Beach St. i" ' - ,:"Ballston Spa, N. Y. A.B. "-',, 1, 1- English Chi Omega, rush chairman, e3z,3,P1iesgl 4-gf-Qalaekson Student Council 1, 3, Tufts .Student CouLf?:il.31g Tufts Election Com- mission 3, 43 Senioli Nctivitiesl Ciiiiiniibiiecg Freshman Counself ling Program, Cantieibury Cluh .I,..2,'-3, Sec'yffLgv'Weekly 1, 3, Dorm President Ssgvvllglxexifllxaxi Cl,ub,,1', 2. I' j ,Q 'I ,, fl i Qi2i'Xxi.' . , af E,wfLl - --W - . 'i ':Q?35TILL0il"- f 84. Liberty Ave. SQYYT6ji1'ill6, Mass. A.B. 1, Q2q::j' English 4 - . AV-rg,21?-yXf'3',,'g:.1Y.'x2..c.v-lu-nd,' 'f ' 3' ,ly-""" y ,' 4. ff4.?x.::?.:z"'5avsv. fo-.5 V , V Q , , ,g -W, ,, Ms, 15.1 l- .- ,V . ' . . V ' A 'A"1'WQ.2xf 1 K -f,-neu,-,'gss:a,s42.Qyg.,' f , 1, . . 3',g?'.'. -ai? r5'f'f9i'.- lc ' A iff Sm-e ...,wi"ff m-. . , -,rwaws't,.' g:r11::c.:-,- . -wi 'A 5.1Z.'!1S',ie-NkE.?5sf '22 1. Q A--4.,:,,L f'1z1,:e,w- :gg ,. , , 4 L, sgwg, Q- :,,-- ., JM. J , 1 . . . ' ' . ' . .QQ f. V, TWV. - V, , H , ' ' Q- ' -' A 5 Zf1',fhi"' . '-PM Af... ",f?V'-fi fly, - ' 1 ' ' fri' , 1 ffm- 11-1 fiiwwz 14 V . . ,',g?-155315, V4 fi 15 - 1 V my "'- 3 ,'.' Sli ff? ..-- 55 11239 .iff ly- ,A , 1' - -- i w H B.S F ' ,,,' I -eiz " Q'Electrig21lHE1igi1zgeri1zgjf ,. V ,l',. , 1- 1 digg , , , 1, F sj6HN,.MssLgsx CHASE We - H 1- 1 2.91lf'1Vlaii1 St." ""' ' Hingham, Mass. B.S. Biology Transfer from U. N. H., Varsity Lacrosse, Hockey Managerg Theta Chi, Blue Circle. 150 LAYVRENCE PHILIP CHASE V Belmont lloml VVcst llarwich, Mass. B.S. Biology-Cllonristry Pre-Med Society 2, 3, Treasurer -I-3 Newman Club 2, 3, Presi- dcnt 11,3 lntrunlural lfootballg Luigi Club fl-3 Arnold Air Society 4-1 Al"ll0'l'Cg Debating 2g Curtis llall Committee 3. 'IIERMAN A. CHIN ll Gaxyliorj.l ' "Dorchester 2-l-, Mass. B.S. ' f , CQ,emiSt1'y j-, Czuncru Club: American Chemical Society QStudent Aflili- atedl: Tufts College Chemical Society. V X ' - in if v,, , E i V x ,- -f -- ....V. H . Ir., . Ll l' r - 1 l k ,li .. I fly ' WILLIAM P. CHRlSlI'0l1Ml't Af' pl' 310,MigldIescx Avo. V V U ' 'NLMWVlllllillgrttDjl,lMHSS.' 4 315.735 JL ' 3 -.-H w V .if ,1 . le-.'f-f-f'Sti6ivlogy' ' mul., nowmum CIIRICXINJPIIISII A 931-Valnint St. X' i ' Vlf,1,1,ligyl,i4i?l5l.,..M.HSS..,,,. '731'S'L' ' Civil .Engineerivzg Cross Country, Co-Captain 19523 ASCEQ Student Chapter. MARILYN ANNE CLOUGII 9 Dartmouth St. North Chelmsford, Mass. A .B . Mathematics Alpha Xi Delta, V ice-President 4g Pan-Hellenic Council 43 Yacht Club 2g German Club 2g Outing Club Chairman 33 Field Hockey 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, flg Stratton House Coiphmittee 4-. 'Q 2 Am NAOMI-ANN CLYMANXC,-at I ' ,,2iiliEast 10th Siti ',,f"'NGWXYQl:k New York lim, : V.,, A " 'ff , ,"' if llfaghematics T'xiIQ!i1lE,l,'--?QCl':Qfi3l'y'i'afld.VlC6QPl'6SlCl8I1t2 Alggla 'Ornicxgon Pi, ,NAss:tg' lreasurerg,Math Club: Modeg55gDanceg Varsity Swim- niingi 1:-F'1'eshi11an Honor R,ol1g2525f5i 3 ,j ,V 2 ff -,f. ' 1.4 itil 2 ' 1 lf A' Q 1 I rr H .. sf , l 'V' i AEDWARITIVEICHXEL QOLBERT 206 Follen Rd, 1 gl I lfpexington, Majs. B.S. f .H qfilectiicolEngineerizg 1 .Josnpn If-UR'roN COLSDNv 7 Hickory Ave. X SQ Q, gsm ' 'Q-lVIedl'ord, ass. B.S1 F Q f Biology AlbhaiTau Onieigail USll6l',3, Master, Mtg Football 15 Ne man Clubg 151,15-l'iil!1llll'8l Sports 2, 3, 4. ? ff, N 1 :HZ-' ' 5 'S '- mg ' 1 . 5 - H, ' 3, I . a C... 55 i f -", JAMES EDQ fC0N3EELD"'f D A.BI jf If-'fe .',' . , , A Gozgommemi T-.l Chorus 1,.xAZfgQl3,,,,MQ9UQgcr ElgA'l?lewiDall:Clulir1,, Y il 4.3, - .1 , , j '12,,ye9,-1 2- , K' 1 zelbwxnp .inf 22 Morrison Rd. ' Wakefield, Mass. A-B Government Alpha Tau Omegag Wrestlingg International-'Helations Cluhg Chorus, Weekly Stall: Centennial Publicity Committee. 151 P-I -'-wiv KENNETH BERNARD COOK 26 Sunset Ave. Mecllbrxl, Mass. A .1 I Economics Zetiiifgsi, nieme Council 2, Corrcspnmliug Sec'y 3, Vice- PreSidgiitf k'iaql11f,Gl11lx -1, 23 Comnnnlnre 3, fl-g Sailing Club 1, Captiiinf'2gf-1353-115'Economics Club flvg New England lnter- collQgiat6'Sailing ,Kssidlyiggtiun Executive Connuittee. l.-.i f f .f,il ' f LEIF, IHENJQY cooiua McdI'urd, Mass. fm 'V - Economics Cl,uXl1,g Oil'-l'lill Clubg Astronuiners Cluiff all ' if 2 ,'A. if X'-' ' ' ' 2 ' ' :IQ Q ' if 5 ' - f 6 Wil,llSlSl51iT ff iDa1l'Cllf53l3Cl'4M3-SS-'i I ' A-B- V ,A., 2125 X figfiofifgxvzrrzevzz ' f Chi Omega, Coniggnundiiig Siqbugtgiiiigjiflil'1'5Z3fea.Sui'6Egtillvnitfnlg- national ,lielationzg -Hiqitlqixjf.-5GluhE"7giijjigerljiiryI Gl1Q3'g1'.l1in11bn 1 Stalfg Dorm Vice "" PresidentillgifNews5ri"izinj'Cln1lJli1SSEt:1'etal'y l FuuclR:SQlicit0r. V ' , ' H . A. A 'www my-V ' l . .l0SliPl'l' MICIIELE COSTANZAV , 57 Mill Street ' - Revere, Mass. B.S. 'Civil E'I1,Qi77BE71:1lg VVardro0m Club 1, 2, 3. Al-3 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, -1-. ASCE. ROBERT V. COSTELLO 232 Kelton St. Brighton, Mass. B S Civil Engineering lCI,lZABEfl'll COUGIILIN , North E. DONA LD ALFRED COUSINEAU Adams, Mass. 340 Pleasant St. i Holyoke, Mass. A.B. Psychology 'I'ul'ts-.lackson Clrm'us'2.g 3, fl-5 Odiknu 2, 3, lVI.fu1ug.gcl'A1g New- man Club 2, fl-5 Sigma Nu, Currespolitlirlg Secretary and Song Leader fl-5 llllLl'3llll,Il'8l- Wrestling und Swimming. 2 ROBER'f 'FRANCIS cox 73 EverQtlj,St, 9 f X'L- f ,. . Arlington, Mass. B.S. b 4' T 'f M General Engineering Senior.Class.Treaxsurdrg Student Council,3': Oil'-llill Club 1, 2, 3. fl-g'Weekl 1-1, 2, 33-',Al31Q"lSgliLin' 43 .lumbq Book 2, 3, Art iEdit.OTivfl'Q l5lriiwir1a1x"iClulifPg,.,f2i71,32,Centennial Committee: Intramural Footlmalll-f11iid'i,.Slifiiiifiiijig'Q1fl'ul'tSNM'0u1it8in Club 2, 3g C-lass ASM'lZ!fl-.ly K Q ,- 'Q-2I.i,,,-v:'gg,3E:es, X - , " :-,f.:-v-M:-lfflvya-.-'.!.:.., X ' f ,fl Y - f . . .. -Kwai: ,,. . , 'ifiQl12St- " 'lf ,." 5 '7'3Zf 371572 25 T Medford, Mass, N fy, 5 "fill 2, JA, I 1Cl1em'ical Egzginefzrfivllg N 2 " Qlft,:2iEi.:f':t.ff11 SAME JANET CULTRERA -C A f 73-1"O1iistSt?' 1' " Medford, Mass. A.B. Education Italian Clubg Frenuli Clubg Spanish Clnbg Oll'-Hill Clubg Newman Clubg Girl's Varsity Budmintong Varsity Club Show. y 152 i...-,,,1.. ' CHARLES M ADISON DAVIS 4.9 North Adams St. Manchester, N. II. B .S . Jllechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta, lieczording Secretary fl.: ASME 2, 3, Sedy. llfg Engineers Council 3, Secretary flip lnterl're'ternity Councilg Freshman Tennisg Swinnning 2, 33 lntramural Sports. FREDEHJCK RICIIA RDSON DAVIS ,. 96 Pearson Rd. 4 Ip, Somerville, Mass. it , f' C'i7JilE7lg'li7LE6?"l:1lg . I. CoiCaptai,n Lacrosse 'lfeanig Treasurer ASCE 1951, Sigma :ff .f j X A' ,fkgjff ,Auf I- V , 'f wa , . i Q , W ,. A 3. 1 A V.I0Slil'IlHAliTflUR DAYBRE ' 2-li Maplewood St. I H A Q b - Malden, Mass. B .SJ - 'Mecliarzical Engineering ASMEQ CllHll'll,lH.ll of ltlechanieal Engineers Open House Conunittee. I - A . , CHARLES FAIRBANKS DEAN, JR. 135 Pleasant " ' . . Arlington, Mass. A.B. -if - A ' Economics Delta llpsilong Varsity Tennis 'I'eumg Varsity Club Show. i, . - f ' 2 9. Q ' l -A .14 igjfv . .Q ' , L, V f -li' f . :5lWf'i31i5' 5, 1 GEjlAI,,D.:ANg'l'HONY IIENTEQZQQ ',,' fs f84s1NTai-shdlL5t- ' - A- 1 -li9S?9lZQQi5NIaSS- A V .,A' I V, .- '1Ep?m'amics Vai'Sity"fH5E5i1tlJall1g 0l'ffHill"'CI'libg,,NeWrnan Clubg lilgonomics , Clnbg I'l1ti'ari'1iiial. Softball, Bagliiitball, Swimming. . ,. lVl'NCEN'IleERiANCIS DeSIMONE 21 Cedar St. Springfield, Mass. A .B. G0z'eMzn1e1it Newman Cluhg lnternational Relations Club. 153 NANCY ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM 68 North Ave. New Rochelle, N. Y. A.B. English Alpha Ornicron Pig German Club, Treasurer 3g Middle Hall Club, Student Council,4gD4grni Seey 3, Dorm Pres., fig llonor Roll lg Dean's List43174L5g5flriiI'lbo Book Literary Staff, Stu- dent Counselor. J X, , ,Z u,xwun2fQgEigi,E-yummy A 89 . M "'i53gr5Mi! Leominster, Mass. A.B. 'A 'Y :?1?f1.j Egan-nmicx w . if 'I fi x, : . :A Il.: K4 ,V .13 'Vf--,- 5 ----' ,, A " C Y U e. :Sig---J, L ie, Zi. 1 :- , A "MW.wN,.Q5 'K ix Q . y -'-- - 1 " Q Fi i . Q1 1 5 Q mf .L 5. Y V 2 f '14 f' I .' ,R d.h3iNEMigQgf555s i 5,3 1 i ,JE nd I I i. 2 jf'J,QLM PAUL ANZ K , 9 ' 599 lnngton St. We A f-fefgmfiieif ' 5West Newto 1, Mags. YP .- 4 :wi kfgtkv - 1 if Qew.n5?f'4g7-Efjzf 11-s ' '. I up K-KH , iA.B,,552',i.5 , , gono111z9,sfJiq,' .ix fEelta1Llg.Qs1l,011, QT1'easurerH332gQieQggary1 vig Nexvii1al,i1,',G!,1i?lAg,g."ij,v W:,Ee6ui5rn1i5s,..Cll1,li3 Yacl1T'CI'ubL' 'Diff YN .1 ,,.2.'L-rf" JV k I DONALD ,IANIES CUTHBERT m....::l.0311M'ashington St. Brookline, Mass. '- 'B'19g"' Civil Engineering ASCE3 Tau Beta Pig Intramural Softball. 9 I l u CALVIN R. DODD 108 Milton Ave. Hyde Park, Mass. B .S. Electrical Engfineering EDWARD CAY DOERNER 96 Lusard St. -,K Painsville, Ohio B .S . A Physics NROTC, Chapel Comrnittee3,3 Chairman 4-g Sigma Pi Sigma 3, Vice-President 4, Chorus 152, President 3, Student Council ML, Wesley Club 1, Piiesiderliifii-2Sngiirtlftonian 4, NSA 2. 1 15 .sgmig il 'Ai 'fi' 4 A BENJAMIN COOMBS5--DOI-IERTY 180 Berkley St. QVQN - , A f K 1 Taunton, Mass. B.S. Q ' f , A . Biology-Chemistry Newman Club, Intramural Sports, Pre-Med Society, Chem- istry Club, Dorni3Representative, Jumbo Book, Centennial. Pageant Publicity'fQbmniittee. ' ',', H' X A , E . ,- . . , . . - . 300 Waverly"AveL,,3f ' A VJ' pi g! ' Watertown, Mass. B.S. A ' 3? ,zffaiE5i3f?iMevh4L'fivi1leEngii1eefing Alpha Tau Omega, ASMEQA3igg3fQLifgiigjnee1'ingH'.'Open House 2, 3, 4. f ..Q" A 1' ' V ' A 1 g ' r l.ll VAA- . 2 I JN, Z f. ,,,'V zu' . A 1 " A ' I' ,, .. 1 SEQ i..., A .tap , f 2 , .-Q- 1fA13REI,LaDOZ4fhwN . -f , Vi'iSii'yaAve.fl f. V' 3 ...C 3 A 2. .. ,NewfBriw1r1, CQIP1- A, Q . 2 l Englrfh Cl1oros'pTT"oSigii1a,Q,Kappa 1, 2, 2Ild5l'VlCB President, Social Chairman 44,fbfiimiirijijylagqargiriei-2,54,QQacl:i1,,,,-Cliib 2, 3,. Canter-we 'A bury Club 12, 3, -4-2 im-A S ' CLISTA IVIARY ETTA DOW 5 Edward SL, Belmont, Mass. A,B, English Off-Hill Club, Canterbury Club, Tuftonian. 154 x , 1 . I RUSSELL LOUIS DEVIN 'TQSHe1Jue5Sey Avei x E, CIl?l'lll1SWiCk, Me. BK ' A ' ' ' emistry-Biolo y V'arjgitW"'Club,'. Football, ludoor Track, Outdoor Tracli. , M, rv13Ro1f11CA DiMENTo 'Lf., - VL Brighton, Mass. zrl ' 50Ci0l0g3' Cliibfgp Newman Club 1, 2, Second Century 3, Ili-,lflistory Club 3, Dorm Sec'y. fl-5 , 'Jairkzaoil Jumbo Book fl-, Deanls List 4. A ' fr ii::::,y fi ',,'i ipaq- jfwsff if 73137 .. J i 1' H 'IQQBRAINE'SYLxlgQggig3JI'1'1'1z1o1a1p, 3 1: -, I 72-15,41st' Ave .,:. Q? .,,' V z 52 :2:Q5f36Jaoksopn Heights, XN. Y. 13.51. . V,.Y, , wi- V o .lfiychblogy 'l'rag13fer,froru Batea College,,,QFChi?5Qra 'l'ul'ts Qtacht Club 2, Alpha Xi Delta, Asst. Treasurerjg'-j'lfreasurer 4, ,Psi Chi 3, 41, Unity Club 4,23 Dearfs L'ist'2, 3, :Varsity Skifiirlnlirlg XZ, F z , 'l'f 1' - ' WILLARD ALITENJQIX ,. 2- 154 Glenwood Rd. Elizabeth, N. J. B .S . '-lllechlzgzical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3, -14, ASME 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4, Baud 1, 2, 3, fl, Chorus 3, 'Lg Chapel Choir 1, 2, Class Secretary 3, 4, Intramural Softball. DONALD A. DUCIIAIUVIE 379 Washington St. Winchester, Mass. A .B. Romance Languages Band 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 11, NSA Rep. 3, -1, French Club 3, flag Sp :ish Club 3, Vice-Pres. flr, lnter- national Language Clubfiigilj IR-H. Club 2, 3, Oil'-llill Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Actiritiesliiolilxixiittee, Mass. lntercollegiate Legislature 3, '1'1'eas'ureif"'3fQ' V 'gl 1 v Wife . 3 'mff,,g?fje,, ww? WINSLQW H. ,lawns f . 3 Huntington Hill. A X 'H llanover,-IIN. A A.B. ' ' ,Eel V? gi ii' K ' ' i Q' 'l " ,Z ..... .1 ,.4. "ff5,4,', -- , . ,L ,V ,F I ' ' 5' - baxtzvfti "f"li'N t ff? 5 'I' ' Lf ,iind,Circle A523 ' -Nigwrrmafii .Glub .4 , Weekly--1?2,3,4 Nlountain Club 4 alslty Shows, Deans List l, 2, 3, -l-. " "" f ' ROBERT 0. .ECCLES 64-'1VIarathon St. Arlington, Mass. B.S. :Mechanical Engineering Track, Lacrosse, Oli'-Hill Club, American Society ol' Mechan- ical Engineering, Intramural Sports. l JUDITH ELWOOD 4-31 Eastern Parkway , Brooklyn, N. Y. A .B . Economics Dean's List 3, fl-, Alpha Xi Delta, Corresponding Secretary 4, Tufts Weekly 1, 2, Feature Editor 3, 4, .Economics Club 1, Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, House President 3, 4, Treasurer 3. HUIVIBERTO G. ESTEVE-ABRIL 1 ,w2VQtli,Ave. entre 72 y 'Ml Miramar I, fHavana, Cuba ' Q Chemical Engineering .., 5"-1,,N,eyQgian,Cl.i1b, Z-AICQE, l2r,esident"of Spanish Club, Interf ,national,Lan'guage:'Clul9. :M 2 Me, N -5 H ,-,, , ,,,,, 2 . pq. .,, '- , ' te 1 KENN1ai"i'rrgn:EQis:'RrioL'MfiFAi11,ii2iAN 'Q 2911- Wesljininster Hill .Road M ,,:,v fF1+Eifehbu1'g, Mass? B..S. ' 3? rf-' A Psychology Psi Chi, T I'GHSll1'8I',41Q Liligi Club 1,3Exchequer53, Major' Domo fi, Tufts Chemical. .,,l,V'f'1'ufts Yacht-,Cl,ub13i 11,1 Proctor -ii. I L' QANIEL FQSRBER, 3 3-1.1 Forest Ave. I Q ' Swampscott, Mass. A-Bf 1 1 Economics Varsity Football, Warsity Clubg,Economics Club, Geology Club, Phi ,Epsilon Pi, Vice-President, Interfraternity Council, French Glvrbtqlntfalefzaa M ' ' .lis 2 1 1 A fell' f 'ii f f? " bf ,GrQlE5n22:'1VIasS. B.S. gg! ',".,,, L'3Q.jf3,Q,,,g'-.1'jf 1 gi' 'ifliysicsygf'-.., Chorus 3,"Mangger, gtgiliodin 43:fU1'1itY, Club 14, f ,i-"', ,,-r" ' ' aaaaoeriamomti' FATTAII 21-1 Askeri St. Bahgdad, Iraq B .S . y Ilfechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega, ASME, ASCE, Oli'-Hill Club. 155 aiidiSl1ieldg'Ivy'Society, President, Tower Cross, Presi- DAVID JOHN FENTON 12533 College Ave. 34, Somerville, Mass. A'i1Bz- '- ' ' 3 - X History Club, Seeretaryg Dean's List 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Coieaptain Baseball 1, 23, lflockey 2, 3, fl-3 Newman Club, Qeutury Fund Committee. -'fggfg FRANCIS, FERGUSON t ,. 1.2 J'el'l'erso11, N. H. f 1 ,3 Civil Engineering Laci'osSg'f1, 2EfgQ3fgff4j?iCQECa1mtain ftg T an Beta Pi, Recording Sec'y fig3xsQg5,3,53aFirSigiga1-Nnsgg..Ar1.Crlis ag 'rvc 1, 2. - ,ii 5511? I E ,t,l 454. 3 :,. 1 .,4, , ,,,i W .... , , MALFRED .IOElN,QiF,EJ3liAR'l' , 6 4 Craigie St. - ,--,- ' .,,, f ?iS0lIlCl'NQlllB, Mass. A-B- ' L'-9331, 1, 1-iLEnglis71, Basketball. 3 1 -2 -V 1 ' 'mf'-fsJ'Elris0Mln Iglcrw-Ist'A1ann.l'11NG ' fl-55 Chandler St. Nix, Worcester, Mass. B.S. X Glzenzistry-Biology 'l'lVlC Treasurer, AE Pig Hillelg Yacht Club. RICHARD B. FIELDING 65 Lowell Rd. Winthrop, Mass. B .S. C hemislry-Biolo gy Varsity Lacrosse Managerg Chemistry Society: Newman Club, Off'-Hill Club: Committee member of Student Activi- ties: Sword and Shield Societyg Tufts Book-Storeg Sigma Nu, Centennial Pageant, Tufts Yacht Clubg Sigma Sigma Sigma. MARY CATHERINE FINN 39 Park St. f ' K North Andover, Mass. B.S. :gg QM" ' -fl g Chemistry Newman Club 1,V2, 3, 45j'?C,lieri1ical Society 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President Llg Math iCl'Q'151,,,,,1nternational Relations Club ROBERT WILLIAM FITTS 66 Lakewood Rd. 5 . ,5f'-We '..v- 'I South Weymouth, Mass. B,S. .E . ' ,, if, ' Electrical Engineering Band 1, 2, fly-fOrches't1'a,-1, 2, flfiglflingineers' Council 3, Vice- President -1-g -3, flglfladio Society 3,'4., , DQNALD1 WILLIAM 'FI'TzGEnALl131 I M 102 Decker Stir, Q ".' 7 X 1 Q i t0Il, HSS- 13.5, ff fifimf Meehonical Engineering A , A In ji M V QI?-. y I E . ,--,gg egg f",, . f ' l All , - ' I Ki g,.Pf X' 1 any .',' Y 'twig--PM - 1' lliirlu' i . . 5 i 1 ELLENJQIQEZVGERALD tf-- if of iClii1HS'lAV6-QQ? .,,Q,Q,,,, -LQ,-2 Drexel"Hill, Pa. . af. - .,.- l f , - r-1 Efi1wf1li011 -Gliii40nTegaj"Newnian Club 1,' 2,33 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4-g Class Vice-Pz'esidei1t?25giEumbo,Bookkllg,M,oderu Dance, Group 1, 2, Seeiy-Treas,T 3?i3?fP's' 3? Sec' yxil-j Tlieater Board. ROBERT COLE FODEN 14 Highland St. Portland, Me. Economics W Y MURIEL T. FOX 16 Parkway Chelsea, Mass. B .S . Psychology lVIodern Dance 2, DP Council Treasurer 2, International History Club -I-g Hillel I, President 2. 3, fl-g Jackson Student Government fl-g Dormitory President fl-g .Dean's List 3, Psi Chi 2, 3, fl. ANTIIONY .Ii0SEI'I'I F RASCATORE, JR. 21 Newtonville Ave. Newton, Mass. A".B.' Cfzemistry-Biology "Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, fl, Outdoor Track 1, 3, ftg Newman Club: Biology ,Open Ilouse. 1, 3, -'tg .Pre-Med Society: American Ql1erinicalSociety. ' if eff? ' '51 . .. 1- -g,.,.if 1 1 5:-:,,g, -V 0 42- ' . 3 DAVI If EDXVARII FRAZIER , . Colonial Heights C K, , y . 'i'1VIlelriden, Conn. B.S. T' ' 1 , Geology Sword and Shield, Ivy Book, lvy Societyg Faculty Editor of Jumbo Book, Rock and Drumlin Club, Delta llpsilong Soccer Squad. ' I , DONALD RICIIARD -FREDERICK 209-11 fl-3th Ave., , , Bayside. N. Y. A .B . ' Economics Cross Country and Track Teanlsg Spanish Club. HARVEY LAW'IiENCIi FRITZJ - 256 S1i1iin1i't'Ave. + g ,'," -'Fi " .2 Brookline, Mass. B.Si -, ii I ff ' - -1 Vi' f "1 Chi2mi5lrj14l31Iology CollegeTBanc1:'fPre-Medical Society, OIYQI-Iill Cli1bg'Tfransfer from Cambridge Jr. College, Associate in Science Degi-ee:195,l,. AIQ' , ALAN DAVIDfGALLAY fy ,. 941.5 69nh'fAve. ' 2 .lmf-'eSt1e1i11S, N. Y. A.B. ' ' ' " -,li Economicx Alpha Epsilon Pig Economics Club 1, 2, 3, fl-g IBH Club 3, 'tg Wrestling 1, 2g Baseball 1, 3, fl-3 Intramural Basketball, Football, Luigi Club 1, 2, 3, fl, Pre-Legal Society, Exec. Sec'y fl-. 157 .IOAN FOLSOM 1.75 Weston Rd. Wellesley 81, Mass. B.S. Biology Chi Omega, Panhclleuic Council, Seeretary-Treasurer 3, President -11, 'l'ul'ts-Jackson Chorus Ig Unity Club, Vice- Prcsident 1 3 Field Ilockey lg Inter-sorority Basketball 1, 3, 44, Dean's List 33 College Chimer 2, 3, ft: Tufts Mountain Club 4, Senior Class Activities Committee 4, Class Marshall 2, 3, ll-g L-K Society fi-, , ' f ' by ARTHUR IIENBY FOQGETTA 1210 Osgood St. 1 1 I "North Andover, Mass. 13.5. I lllallremolics .IOIEQIN AN'r1loNYf-1so1:TE,.In. 81f.loseij11,ine Ave. , my '- Somerville, Mass. Bas. ' V S f Biology .ltiinbo "Book 1, 33 'Editor'-il'1-C'liiel??1jg1.'Foyyer Cross, Student Council,,Alpha Sigma Phi, 'lczoifresponding Secfy 3, Vice- President fl-g-Class Vice-President 3L 3 I . , ' " it 'KENDALL WILSON FOSTER, JR. Groton School - Groton, Mass. B.S. Biology J Lambert Kingsley Society, llodin Societyg Ire-lVIed. Club. l PAUL ROBERTSON GETCHELL 127 Monument St. VVest Medford, Mass. B .S . Elenlricul Engineering IRE National and SLudenL Brunczhes. PETER ARNOLD GIIILONI 116 Cross St. . .f N' Somerville, Mass. B.S. ' Q Aleclmn-icalEngineering Yearbook Stall, ASME: Opeiiillouse Commit,t.ee. DONALD W. Cimronn 1-L1 Central St. 1 Somerville, Mass. A.B. 1 - . , Sociology Oli'-llill Club 1, 2, 3, el-, President, fl, l"ootball 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, -1-Lb place NE Wl'esl,lii1g.,l. 'f 9,2 "" ' IEAN MEXCHAM GLANCY 75 Rivel'vievg,Ay,e1f 'WValtham, Messie- A.B. .V , V M Economics Wesley ,QlQilJX1,'2Q, 3,-fl, Sec'y,1, 2g,Econoxnics Club, Steering Coxl111'1iLC6er'2g'7Il4fQaS.f3,Q ile' SGQTX .4l.i.,N,Model'rir"Dp11oe 1, Exec. 'Board 2, '33 Stfiiiadtgoli Chafielf,,Cox111x1iLhee fl-g Dean's liistfiisll ,W QQ 2, , "- n -, "'-- .- no K"' f- -1 1 ,,, , . , 1 '5 'V . w l HI if ti ,..' z'3f1fj'Qf53i42ifQ'g,fi TN R f :-. ' fs L2 5 ' :- 5 V 'ff I:li'Q'V4S,E."'i,-Qi7ffff "C,-,'7,,lf ' 1 .f 2.1 is " 2,-iw1TgEiWl'ehfi6f-,Nlasgigl.,1, B3 , ,lf f44gp. f 'jig lf,.jbfeclzapiigal?E?figiiie1f:zQi1ig-5,2 " ggsivllcg- Al pzyifijgir--ggganegy1,4551 ' ,jj 4- erifiiiflsfiiiziilvzlv 'lwtfklieisrnlnwifetemve J W" 1 f"'RF.D No. 1 Rockville, Conn. B.S. Biology Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain fig Chorus 1, 4-g Odikon 2, 3, 4: Chapel Choir 13 Pre-Med 33 Lambert-Kingsley 3, fl, Sec'y 41. 158 DAVIDA GORDON GARCEAU QMRSJ ,116 Slnilflr,St.g ,gif , E- Roxbury, Mass. 21:15, ' 7, k.,, :,. f Sociology V V CHRl'S'1'0l'HER'ALBERT GARDNER, JR. -V100 Ronfild-lfsd,f -X Arlington, Mass. Bl,Sy,,, 1, XX' , CivilEngi1zeering iii1TQOinegag"1:i1dool', and Outdoor Varsity Track 2, 3, fl-3 ''f1VSfSjlJ32Q-CliJbQ32glQ3,,gITgNStudenlJxCouncil 3g Engineering Council 5 21.3, 343 Dean's List 3. V 2 :iff f"'5:"' diff .. " I V 1 wx, wx.: Q-, , .2 GEORGE KENNEfIlIliGAliRETT5f. X ' 37 Chetwynd Rd, ' Q W, some.-ville, Mass. A.Bf U SP7zil01Saph3' Plnillips Brooks Club 2, 3, 41, Vice President 3, President.-lg Tufts-.l ackson Chorus 4-g Transfer from N ortheastern., 3 ' 'E ROBERT Nl. GARVELY 16 liydon Ct. 1' -,xWoburn, Mass. A.B. Economics MA RTI IA LINCOLN G LOVER 215 Pleasant St. Stouelltorl. Mass. A .B . Englzsh Sigma Kappa, Ilistoriun 3. Ist V P 'I-: lVIodern Dance 2, 3. 111g Chorus I, 2g Cuntorbury Club 2, ZS, -'lg llockey Manager 3: Basketball Nlunagrer 35 Ilookey 1, 21 Athletic Assoc, 33 Junior Rep. All-Around Club 35 Pres. All-Around Club fl-g Student Government -'I-9 Demfs List-.33 Senior Activities Committeeg lfreslmnm Counsellor -'lg TMC 4. ' THEODORE GIERARD ,GOETZ 'I I4'l'al1Idim'S1,, , rfiZll'llG11 City, N. Y. B ,S, , 1'Ift?!fILi1NiClIl En gi rzeeri 11' g Alpha 'lfau Ounegag ASME: 'l'uu Beta Pi. I ' 7 or 1-sum'oN ootmsisne C 177 Fuller Sl.. . Brookline. Mass. I3 S , Biology YG. MA IISIIA L GOLDBERG 178 Nlixldlesex Ave. lVledl'ord, Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Ilillelg Pre-Med Societyg Winner ol' I"I'CSlllllflIl Prize Essay Contest. JACK SUMNEII GOLDBERG 911' Geneva Ave. Dorchester 21, Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Varsity Track, Out-door Co-Captain flg Varsity Clubg Rodin aoffietyg German Clubg Canterbury Club, Pre-Med Societyg l -Hill 2. .GEORGE GOLIJMAN 117 Ellington St, - Doreliester, Mass. BLS. ' Biology-Chemistrv iiliodiu Society 51, 2g Vlfeekly' 2, Hillel, Jumbo Book lg Liberal 1 Unioug.,LamplJer.tJKingsley 4g Judiciary Committee fl-g Foreign Stilld6I'Iti'Ol'i'CflIJdtI'0Il fl-. W, 'c ' U V 5.i,3ii , .' , , gi . X . W ,J ' LYLE 'PATRICIA C0ii,DSfILAG 5-I-5 Soutl1,St. -3 :,fPeekskill, N. Y. A.B. ' , Q Government Gamma Phi Beta, Ohio Wesleyan University lg Wesley Club Debating Society 2,'3, Debate Manager 4gfil"oreusic Council 2,3, Treasurer ftg 3P3s', Promotions Mariageg' 4,3 Radio Work- shop, Mayoris Couriilil 3, -' 5 j 'I I I iilcnginn iC0fIIJWlN flfhatclier gi r ' it Brookline, Mass. A.B. ' 2 V ' 7 " History Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Betta Kappag,Stu'dent Council See'y 3, President flg Tufts Weekly-1, 2, -I-, Editor-in-Cl1iel'3g Debating Society 2, President 3, 4-g Forensic Council 4-, President 33 Jumbo :Book Sports Editor 23 Jumble 2, Editor-in-Chiel' 35 'l'ul'tonian Technical ,Editor 4, Pre-Legal Society 2, 3g Middle 118112, 33Deai1js,List,,1,32, 3, ftp Intramural '1 :tack 13 1911 Prize SeIi6la1'sl1ip':- iLibeTalf Union 3, 43 Tufts Correspondent Boston,RgstQgA: "i I ' I I , -K . 5, 5 Q, I . xi , . V EQONQTH MSON GQRDQN','5gf.5 4. Qg5tlhan1,lStg-: if M 3... .+- 1 51.12 .gk rDVgjt5eig"M'ass. ff'-,effi b 'fb V Ci7Jil'E1'Lgi111gerirzg ' I 'TDAVID FICUEIBEDO-,GUIQIYEIA fl 1' 986,S6ri1erset'Ave.Q - ' i'i' 'l'aunton,Mass. B.S. " ' I Che1n1Istry-Biology Alpha Sigma Phig Lambert-Kingsley 3, 4, Treas. ftg Tufts- Jackson Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 25 .Iumbo Book, Activitiesg TMC 1, 2g Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3, ft. 159 N .Q pil!! 1 v LOWELL HERBERT GREENBERG 22116 East 28th St. Brooklyn, N. Y. B nil, '55, g .Sf I - - Biology-Chemistry Phi"Epsiloi1'Pi, Exec.. Cornlnitteeg Dean's List 2, 35 Captain. Varaiity -,Basketballg Laiulieirt-Kingsleyg Weeklyg Pre-Med Glubgi ll.l'll0l: Class "l'r'eaSni'gf3 iyarsity Tennis. ' '- Ib in ' -. .. ' ' ",f'-2'3fg1MERT0N 'GRXEENST EIN -22 1vi3gi1go1ia.gQgwg..X Q D wwe.-ilill, Mass. .'1LB2,,'-5511" 'Q TQ, 9g . i - 'I A Business Administration Phi.EpQsil6n IfijiflflggbiioriliciifClul'g3 Canterbury Cluhg Intra- 1nuraly Di'uinlin Cluhg Spanish Cluh. , M ,X , ,A . V - .fy .aff f ,. 9 . K 'S '1'f".-7 5 D ' ii? ,. fafrn, iy:.f.g"' -2 .. , 1 gg.. .. ,jg g,.1 Fit iidtiiii Bunniiiciiigiildn frm 1 f A-5 Stear11stVillage'T -i',' A --.g A 5.514 L',,,' fihledford, Mass. A.B. -- . X A 2 j 1 ,Histogy - History"Cluhg l'R-ILClnbg1V-12g NHOTC. V r V ,. gi 1:5'ff:1 ,,.i, . - EUGENE GRODEN, JR. 14fl'T1igliland AAVE. " ' "" ' "" '- ,K Winchester. Mass. A.B. "H , Economics lgconomics Clubg Canterbury Clubg IHH Cllllilfigfillth Yacht .lub. Cl'IAIll.l11S .IMVIICS GROSS, JR. 77 West Highland Ave. Nlelrose, Mass. A .B . French- French Clubg Foreign Language Clubg Canterbury Clubg Newman Club. IIELIEN GUlLl,IC'I'I'E 33 School St. , ., Attleboro, Mass. B.S. ' ' - Biology Newman Clubg Pre-lVIecl Society 'l, 2, 3, -l, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. mtg Softball 1. 23 Swinuning, lg Lainbert-Kingsleyg Marlin Club flvg Phi BCLQ,,-K8jlI!QQ5xDQBIl'S List 1, 2. 3, fl. K lVlARGAliE'l' ELVA GURNEY 62 Elm St. ' 'Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. B.S, - ' Biology Congregational Club 1, 2, 3, -fi, Supper: Chairman 2, 3g Pre- Medical Society 2, IB, 4, lleeoirding Secfy All. "K-.X af:f,QF?5.lii'011lQl:'1' W. GUTEliIVIilN. 115 . '- i 'Brookline, Mass. 11B"3"l" ' ' ' History Ill-I l 'Gluligggviiininiaiidf Sqmiaqllpng' A :ity , I 'r.' iil'. C 'r " '-', ., I ' r?g":3gg,,'Qi: F,. 3M V IVII, M ' , V ill 4,l' ,' A u i 'iii raiiyiv if .- H3 Q -' 'N .4 N ,Q f.,1f,e:-- , 4 ,- .a lp- ,-'-,..-- , ,. I rm.. , A ' 1 H - r 1 -.,aa ffffrlx-1ff,-'Lyn ' : V1 fi f' ll li 1 ,i., - ,sg Epi41.:.:w1.2f1flflillsllarffi-Na.H. K 2 Pfnyncs l 2 ,ig 3 an ' V 2624 V11 5 .f PM A . , M Qgigignafhlflli,-'l,tg.'ffG29nu1rnpQr".5'-1-5 bulging 51gI5la? La- 2. Wcikw-'hiC Lf 'V ' . V ..' i' J, ,J .4-' - 'l fr , . - ' .. ,V-L-fu' 4 A - - A . ...,. 4 W ..., .M , ., ,, . ,,. ,ff Aaitt li? iiiiii-mf:11SoN'HEcCS T1,u:'v1sY'i , ff" 2 Lf,g,',,,,gC SL. Winchester, Mass. BHS. lllatllcmatizzs Math Clubg llockeyg Ralph S. Kaye, prize scholarshipg Ski 'lleamg Dean's Listg Sigma Pi Sigma. 160 or DOROTHY IVIARCARET HAYES 131 Cottage lid. WVinl:hr0p, Mass. B.S. Psychology Emi-Med Club lg llouse President 3, Dean's List 35 Psi Chi MA RQIORIE ANN IIEACOCK fl-05 White 'llorse Pike Oaklyn, Audubon 6, N. J. A.B. ' - History ,Chi Omegag Illli Cluhg Phi Beta Kappag Co-chairman, Freshman Counseling Systemg Varsity l'1ocliey,iBasketballg .. Dormitory President, Student Council. b : . i . ,XX CARL I. IIEDLUND , Boston, Mass. " A.B. Q , Economics' DU, Ee Clubg Newman Club. I ,- 4 CHRISTEN BK UN HENK ICIISEN 1160 Casiano lid. m Los Angeles ft93lCulil'. AB. 1 Gozfc mnewl Delta Upsilong 'l'ransl'er from VVashington'and Lee lll. 1, Delgrating Club 3, 'tg lforeiisie Council' 3, ftg Mayor's Council . , I V 2 2 4 , - . . 1 5 .:,- 5 . f- - : o I, f ,.'ROBER'lf,,EDWARD IAEHLIMY f ' 2 '15 Wilitlnop Avef 5. l Q ' l 'M.a1'b,leliead, Mess. 5 B.S' - V . I :CZ:'l'il'.E1Zg1:11882'i7Lg l Plllpln-1.'l'anXOrnega3f Serfy.-fl'reaS. Sword and Shield iaiid Ivy f Societiesg, Class Treasurer 2, ASCE: Intramural.'Footbgll, ' Baseball, Basketball, Golfg Varsity Golf. I , K - ..nAv1,D..ll1GGiNsN ' 39 Parker St. Nlaynard, Mass. A.B. I English Canterbury Club 2, 3, fl-3 Newman Club. 161 EUGENE IIASSAM 123 Sherwood Ave. Medford, Mass. 11.13. Romaizce Lzmgzmges ,FRANK .CAREY IIASSETT 939 A Main St. , I e S - Woburn, Mass. B.S. A f 5 i 'jul 'i',, Electrical Engineering Radio Society' 1, 2, ft,LSe615fl1reas,g Newman Club 13 Yacht Club 23 1l:iE'2, 3, 4,5 D.ean's List ESQ, 3. ' .V ,f fl annual-1 M14 IIXTWKES 150 Ldiigdoii St. ' F ,,, I ,. -2 zl' iigf - 5Cambridge, Mass. 45 51.13. ,,'i' N I - 1 ','- gff M alliematilis V Cross Country lj Math ClubT2g 2. 5 . f ' I f 7 PHYLLIS M. 'IINWKINS 15 Keating Circle So. Weymouth, Mass. A .B. Sociology ' Shorusg Phillips Brooks Clubg Pre-Med Clubg Capen House reas. ,rf .- f,,,.Y, W,-a,,,A. V- ,.4.. Y, . -. , ,. l . . Q E V H. .IAMES HUTCHINSON 186 Elm St. Tholnaston, Conn. A .B,. Economics Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer 2g Economies Club 2, 3, 4g lntra- mural Sportsg Tufts Yacht Club 2, flrg Congregational Club 45 Tufts-Jackson Chorus 1, 2. MARIE ELIZABETH I-IYNES Chester Hd. C 'M 'x" Ex, Darien, Conn. A.B. g Englvlslz Alpha Omicron Pix Corres:Seelyz: Canterbury Clubg Student Councilg Newman5,ClubgW.Marlin Clubg Varsity Club Showg Jumbo Book. 1 : E r . f E-s 1 I aww . . ' noNALDfeo11DoN JMBODEN 171 Oliver Pl. 1 ' A Hamburg, N. Y. A.B. , ,M . ...,,! Government Delta Tau Deltag V arsity 'Tennisg'-'Varsity"'AGLubg Asst. Business Mglzglrimbo BookgfPre5l,,egal Societyg lxiramural Sports. L it ,' XXX ' Yiiiglilsixagx f-oI:A11:E.risAACSf7, 392 Forest Ayfifif -V 5 7 fi .Glen Ridge, N. J. B.S. r.?J.i'1',- 'jgfN'If'1-f.,. .2.,Q'fK.x151' "7 fv-1B iolbgiy-Clzemislry Lambef-rpicingsiey 3, gsarafalrtgi Bad- minton 34 P.l7i1'iPS? AEM ffizil . rdf' Zig.-ifiQ.?:?f'3f?ff ' " -f"l' 1 A gig ., ! E 'lf ,..v,.:,:,v:.L',.5',',ff-i 5:52, -.1 .ERIC ARD Hai1'ibv ff.2ac5KsoN -Tk...-:ff'r i -ffs ' aj KW f S ' Tayoqlsliiigli 2, yiqe 19ii:s.,L3yg 5Ql1orr1s,17jJ2Qf.,3ffLVieesQ'f P12 1 f3?S'gQ'..5 i5ii41, I 3. f3?HT'Q!'bMU!l35 c1uh..z,Q2, mf-we wrvilrlvz N :3l?','?- -If :EW I "Av . llllv Wgbagxiwyw ., ...mamww-'J M-.,... .M i.- .M3396 Wayne Me. New York, N. Y. A .B. English Sigma Kegipag Jumbo Book 3, Undergraduate Editor 4rg Pan- Hellenie ouncilg Canterbury Club: Education Club: Fresh- man Counselorg Yacht Club. 162 EITWIN IWELBOURNE HIGGINS, JR. 98 Lovell Rd. Watertown, Mass. 3. A , English CHILL 1 LEO HOGAN ewport St... A I Arlington, Mass. z'3Bg5, Piiaj..1.:'5e, 1 Biology-Cllemistry 1, 2, '3Vg 'Cross Country 'Lg Newman Clubg Pre- ig bf QQ 'f Q13 Qhernistry Societyg Phi Beta Kappag Lambert feffr-t'Q fig " A- , 3 .fiiiifrgr W: 'im V T 1' ' Q . is-23 Wa-wr? . ' f Airs: 555233 sfirrfr NUM ' . ' mn 1 .2 , Q W5 ,QW .Ga , . 4 I fs: . 1 'jE??5 fl .Q . .. V -' -Q 1,1 I?ANAgQBOOTElQXfQjH0WA1iD ' Y- I. - .. I' .,f1,.'. if :Ke11neb,unkport, Mei A.B. ' iffy" Q I" fieff1Qgxf qu ' fi.,-"If1i5If0?'y Yacht Club f A . QANDREW JAMES IIOWITT . i 31STifVertor1 llfil. . b Wfattafiari. Mass. B.S. , Rlechranical Evzginecring Indoor and Outdoor Trackg Varsity Clubg ASME ELI ZABETI I ANN E .I ENN IN G S 9 Kenwood Ave. Verona, N. J. A .B . Eizglisli. Tufts Weekly 1, 2, 33 Canterbury Club 1, 2, fl-3 Marlin Club 2, 3, fill, Class Vice President 33 Senior Counsellor A145 Dean's List 35 Yacht Club 1. GRA,U.ANlifQ-QBSON JONES 83 Hesseltine AYQFVS - A Melrose, Mass. B.S. r VV'- V - .W Chemistry TennisJ,gQ,glTitra1n111'ul 'lfennis 2, 35, ,Chemistry Society 2, 3. Pl'6SidBIlgtf,1lQ Cojljditoijjl,Qhrq-Nickel 3, .-l-g Camera Club 4g - Luigi Clubyl-g Congregational Club fl-. ' V W A p- . 3 - N fi 3 if g ' - , .. ' R 5- E , if A ' , 1 J unrrn ,JQNES St, X 1X, my Boston, Mass. 2 :" QM Rf? 4 , Education ,i ' ., noelsirr QRDNIES I 11.0 'Perkins Stf ' 0 , B,l'0CkL0l1i 'M-8SS.f B.S. Biology-Chemistry Vice-Pres '53, Tower Crossg Student Council 3, lg Ivy Societyg Pres. Varsity Cluhg Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Captain fl-Q Outdoor Track- 1, 2, 3, fl-g MVP Track 39 llodin Society, Foreign Students Club l,ll1ClCI'g'I'Hdlll1lJ3 Athletic liepresentative 4g Co-Editor Ivy Book 23 Weekly 3g Senior Activities Coln- mittee. ,' U l TEL ROBERT KENNETH ,I ORDAN 715 Clearfield St. Clearfield, Pa. B .S. Chemistry Y MARIE ANTIONETTE JOY Strawberry Hill New Canaan, Conn. A .B . Government I Narsity Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, fl-3 Tennis ' 1, 3, ftg Softball 25 I-R History CllIh,3,x"LQ"JHCkSfJl1 Editor, Jumbo Book 4g Chi Omegag Coimselm- fl-5 JKAX Hep. 2, 3. . I . ,I A K ,' -' . A ,. 2. - .. gf, .1 ' f' , X V-::.11'-A l 1' s X, ., , .1 ,. M ,rw .6 . VV A , I f ., ,f"'ELAINE" lWI,Qll,l0RlE KNIIN x 6 Cummings Rd. ' 5 'W 1 " 'K Brookline, Mass. 'fr A.B.v H 1 ' I , A Sociology' Transfer from Colby5.C0llegeg Marline 3, 43 Yacht Clull,3g French Club 45 Alphe Kappa Delta 4-3 Dean's List 3. R' 4 Q l A , BENSON KANE . 5 63 Browness St. ,K3 ' V 'Vlforcester Mass. B..S. W , V, . ,Clzemistry- iology Alpha Epsilon ,Pig lWasterjL1-9,.lunior-Class Nlarshallg ,Senior Clliss M3!lSl13ll'-Q 1.1 'Power Crossg Weeklywl., 2, 3, 4, l'lille', Vice- Presidentf-3g Senior Activities Conlniitteeg Intrarnura Foot- bellg Siiftballg P1'e-Med hClub. ,I 3 . , Q Q :-: 2 9 .1-gg: e 7 ' l , l l 5 , y.f9,,gN1ji1Qa-!,lqE,g'Ngeij .,,., Q5 3 E 'i?Befkeleyg.gt:g2 2, ggi, ,Ez Ne55lfug,?NI H. 5 'A PX 'W iBiiQtballil,g:2g Hockey 2gQ'I'e1TnisS1,:.2, 3,'.yLj'1MHiglig1SA' 2, eQi?2:"-Vice-Pl'es. fl'Q'G1i5SS Pres, 2, Alpl,lii,g0lnicro'n. Pi, Rush Cl1gir'111ai1L'3,'f'f1?i'esidgiit'1QkLg Student-4Gcxve1jnrjjent,y' President igiflfiidicieiiy Bonrd C0l'I'flllil'.t0E. . ,... , .,.,,.,. . 1 1 ,,z.,5,i3-5'-5 f-1 Q DONALD C. KEAN 34. Beach St. Marblehead, Mass. A .B . Economics 163 ,, V J.. ROBERT CLAYTON KETTERSON 55 Randolph Pl. S. Orange, N. J. , . , . I Economics 1 l'8l1SE3l.Q1Al'Ol'l1 Qh1oNVC5SleyangwPhi Gamma Delta, NSA, Pres.g Spanish Rresgi International Society, Mass. Inter- -'C ciollegjate Sec'y.g Mayors Council, Wrestling 1 ' Eg: .,.,,.. , fi, Wig, , KOTELLY ' .K A South Boston, Mass. 225+ QQ.-up V, V . Electrical Engineering J VoBgQe2thz5'll Q l3?gE?j?1f0gr'aih,C0nnnittee. X :X 'QXW54 - - . ' . A E1aBBaukS"1 zwfdflipscffinfn. M-am . . - . il ., '.., ' Ebolgliizibgg Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, fl-g-Vi flifgigoxioihicsgQClxilr2v,.3,-.f . 111, Phi Epsilon .P1iTfIge?jgCe,fele,,Eijandgigfgflg1?Ia'tlr2fQf1Lib 13 V' , NROTC. , A up . ,Vq , AROBEERT LWILCOX 'KRUSZYNA - ,A - 183 L1n66'nRd. 7 ' I in Medf6rd,1VIass. B-S. , Physics Vzarsity Soccerg Varsity Lacrosse, Tower Crossg Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres., Tufts-Jackson Chorusg Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN MELKON KURKJ IAN l 1691 Commonwealth Ave. NVest Newton, Mass. Biology B.S. Yacht Club, Lambert Kingsley Society, Biology Open Houseg Alpha Sigma Phi, J umbo Book Stalf fllg Dean's List. EVA MARTHA KVEDAR 109 South I, A pq Bristol, Conn. German A.B. . A Alpha Omicron Pig Gern1an'Cl'ub, Sec'y.-Treas. 2, Pres. 3, ft, Tufts-Jackeion' Chgxgnsgi Bowling 2, Mgr. 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, ft. E 5 S ! 2 iii.-3432 A i 5 f 2 . l ' wx 4 ' f - l f 1 "- ROBETITS FRANK, LAEGEN 59 S. Bayview Avef 1 I X-.. A , Amityville, N.. Y. Chemzslrg B.S. ., . 1 . K .N Wrestling 1, Ziff, 4, Yacht Qlnb, '1, 2, 3, 'lhjeasureik-Lgghenn. Soo. 1, 2, 3, 4-i?iAStl'0l10Hly'Q ,ff .- ,gi x .- ,.3. -, ,life .fw E 'W' i . . w.. 'AA' LANNON.. -, 3 PlyEfiol1th"'Bd,3 afli, ,lay lf "z'.,'.-U''Needhany Mass. zr-f :I f-- 1' I 'Z-E ' ' B.S. . ,gm 5 ?QQV,,, ,,5,,.,Mi5.,5k A1143-E amiga gjigyzeering ASME. 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XNORNIA LEARD .50 Gill St. , - -5 .Walpole Mass. V.,Educatior1 2, FieldjHoclcey, 1, 2, 'Captain 4, Sol' tlga'll'1, 2, 3, fl-,TBachninton 2, N BaSke'tball.. Asst.-Mgr. 2, Mgr. -'15, Jumbo Book..Co-'Feature 'Ediior fl-. A - ' ' 4 ,lg 5 '-,' 1 lk r 1 , 5 ' ' M. ' , 4 w I 11oBER1:,G15,0RGE LEAVITT 5 H 269 Kent Stff ' 5 if Brookline, Masj. A.B . I A f ' ' . M E0O7l0'I71'l:TS' Phi Epsilon Pi, Eczononiics Club, Luigi Club, Chess Clubf, Intramural Sports, Ilumbo Book, Sales Advertising Manager 4. F A A 'f l ' .. 4 ' " f ' Q Q 1 I-IANS GEORG LEHMANN Auburn St. , f , ' ' F'ran1ii1g'han1 Center, Mass. B.S,,. f I ,.,, - ' V General Erzgifzenring ASCE, Matli Club, lR History Club.. A s A JOAN M4i1:QgKnE'r LENNONQ V 2Ql.,1F?i1ie,S,L,., ,i"' vi f ' -- ' Wollustongllvfassl AB. ig., q." : .,', , , 1 f A Drama, ,, ChoruiffI,iiNewinahf'ClL1b' 1, ClljilOlTl9QHQ Pen, Paint. and Pretzles 2, 3, 413 Radio Worksllop,3L'4f5'ilA , , Q, X A ' ' - ' , nf' .. "1 f --" Vffex' F ' ' if ,FRED NOIUWAN LEVIN 60 Marshal St. Brookline, Mass. B .S. Civil Evzgi-nearing Phi Epsilon Pi, ASCE, Tufts Yacht Club, Dean's List. 165 l BARBARA LARTER No. Kimble Lake Morristown, N. Y. A .B. Government IR-H Club, Marlins, Varsity Swimming 1, 2, Archery 1, 2, Chapel Committee. RlCl'l.AliD. ioWNSi:ND LAWRENCE 26 Pleasant St. ,-'v ' P ' ' ' Saugl1S, MHSS- A.B. r' ' ' ' " H D A , ' History Theta 'Delta Chi, Freshman Football, Varsity Football 2, 3, x . , , Q , , ,V ,th Lf 'A 'A I l P' N,-- 'P , , i"' l f.,',f- .Q 2 . my WYILBUR DAYIES LAyMAN5?i3r '--- if 5'Main-St, 1 ' 5 X 1 ' 1 ' Parlixlille, Misgqiiifiij-2: AQB, , Q' I K , 2 Q .G0'ZJl'?7!?Z7l1627lf.'H, NROfllC' Band ,' Delta Tau Delta, Stewag-d',gTreapur,gr5f,:Cross1- ' Couhtry 'afil'nI'raclx 1, 2, Pre-Legal'Society,"fi'1tramural Sports. V ' je, X ,. .,,-..,.1:.1 7 SELDAN ARTHUR LAZPKRHWIN --70-Hutcllings St. R5:i1J'uirYIwMaSEf B .S . Electrical Engineer'i11g IRE, Yacht Club, Phi Epsilon Pi. -M 41, Varsity ,Track 2,'fl1, lVv'y Society, Vice-Pres. 3, lntifarn-ural if Softball l, 2, 3, fl-. W ' , If fi,-2,1-:'. - l ALVIN PAUL LIND 58 Cranch St. Quincy, Mass. A .B . Economics ELLEN LOUISE LITTLEFIELD 15 Governors Ave. Medford, Mass. A.B. Biology Lambert-Kingsley Society-4,5 Dean's 'List 33 Chorus 2, 3, fig Librarian 4: Wesley Club 2, 3, fl, Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary 3, 4, Oil'-Hill Cluliiyel, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2g Unity Club lg Badminton 2, 3, fl'ifYacht Club 1, 3, 4, Centennial v ' -W- ifi 'gif Egwf ,fx avr '- NO.RMA LOEW 73 Commodore Bd. 'QI' - 5, Worcester, Mass. A.B. If 4. wg, rf' V. - - , English Transfer from Skiglmore '51gillillelg,'Ca'nterbury Club. 13015, ., . 3 1 gf ,, V . , ii,fi1QI'IN FRANCIS LOVER' elr- 2 ,I N fl-7 Linden Ayeiifq , 'g .,,. I. 1 V 1- VMalgen, Mass. A.B. ,552 '-jjj f Q ' ' Q overvmzent International fillgla f,l0IlSg'f, 'Q!lllll:Qx .Philips I Brooks Cl u b g Tufts MIJ. Cllilbfil gf-'fflif x f . ' 8' 3- -5 if' ' ' .lalt ,..,, .- , X fi 2 f +13 ,' ,fe ai iii, "-l ' 1. ' "'- X x.,. :N -?,JQ,gQ,,,-5 :,' 5:nA'.EZ?6. ,fI-p,l.,xgi ,X K 5' V. .1 QARICIIARDe121f1NSTo0ol'..41 fc , lmlsfsv 1 Ave.,Q ,,. Ma?s'f Bf ,, 1 3 ,.lA:Sg5?':g--2 :ebgico lngzngegmg' ' Fifels 521gg,Q5Bas V 1'Pl1etanfQe1fa yCli1,j Press, 4-g' V , , ,. A, , f V - -eniwrn LUSTGARTER A' '112 Lynnway Revere, Mass. A,B, History Alpha Epsilon Pig Weekly 1, 3, 4, IR-H Club 3, 4g Hillel, Dramatics 3, 4. 166 ALICE MAE LEVINE Grand Concourse New York, N. Y. 35- W" P ' - Psychology ' Sig11lBllSQW5,',Q3Psi Chi 2, Sec'y. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Orchestra 1, 2, '3igXD.ea11',S4, 1. 2. - nm SHELDON LEVY Brookline, Mass. X -.:, 4 C lzwzistry-Biology figjg aclgigqnfl "', horns 1, 2, 3, fl, Odikon Society 1, 2, 3, fllg ' i ' gb Bi? 1 15:11 ' 'Q.,?Aew5?:rl 7 . 1-:THQ is ,sw lf'-W .i 55.5513 l-. 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M if-'r.. 5 .::i':'.,i..Qi1f l 4 1-7 M g11U'rH,.J,ANE,, nliaeciuliicm-e.f.'1.,g H93 Dine Stl ' ,H X I XV1illuHtcix-iQ"Maiseg .gc , 5.5.2 -11-it ' A -N 1 A I ' g Q 2-'Biozqgy' 1 if Delta, Marshal.. i-'lg ,-'l'ul'tsiJackslrm Cl1gil'xieI-lg, Prev tlwedieal'Cl'u'hg'fBiology Lal: Assistant .2'A fr'-' ' "'W"N"' . "x X V. ,JQKMES GEORGE lVIACOXUIHlAY Ill Cocoli X A 'J-ITM -Canal Zcmev- B.S. Civil Engineering Alpha Tau Omegng ASCIZQ Al"l'iO'l'C3 Arnold Air Societyg Intramurals. , -fp a - '. J I, in ' ' Q Y. Z u i X s f. Y. 'ml . ' ' L i' ' if, vi V 1 J' , :,,. Y 1 'Eg Z ,- 1 7 . i ' V T - ' . Y X' ., .A K l it W 1 . . W 1 'ul ' 'lu W . H. H .K . ip: 'iw' 4 ,Eleclza1zic1LlaE11gg1g2zecrz1ig JOHN F. MADER Pleasant St. Merrimacport, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Conunitte lnstitute ol' Radio Engineers, Chairman. ,W Q pt, MkXlllilgLlAM G. MADi,smgfw 32g2Mu,rray llill Park X5 lVIQden, Mass. B523 if A .b,, 1 ,-' wPSyClf0l0gy N3 i,t: .4 , or , 3 ,, X elif' b I, , ., he 'l - z - S' ' A , 1 '- ' A - QVQNCEKTT A3?MA.lN1EROi I fg 97 Vine St. gg "Z Bridgeport fl-, Cqnn. 1l.B. ' ,ig , 3? En lish Alpha Sigiila Phi, Cprresy, Seejf. lg 'Newriiang Cluhg T iifts- Jackson Chorus L, 2, 35 .lu1ubo,gBook, l"rater1'1ity Editof' 43 Cheerleader 2,4323C6gCapiQain fig, Radio Workgliop 2g Eion- omies Club 413 Mayor?-s Council Egg Middle Hall!2, 3,4. l QNN iMfxLoNEY I Trunilimull Stl ' ' , V g Meriden' Conn. A'.B.' ,, A Drama Chi Oiiiegag 3 l3's..x4-ggg'lyL13,?glii1 Club'3, 415 lVlaj75r'S2Co ncil fl: Newman Club Club 2. t ' N l ,.2: ' fx ' f i , llrr N " ,efiiiffzflianaw Eaves .-MA11owA -A N 31 Llnc!Eiiijjlld.ifi'.f2Q4f- 'f::, if .'l. i Melrose, Mass. A.B1"" ' ' " ' "":" 5 'f'1 English Senior Activities Comrnilzteeg Middle llallg Newman Clubg Luigi Clubg Oil'-Hill Clubg Cheerleader, Co-Captain fl-3 Mass. lntereolegiate Legislature, Secretary of Tufts Chepterg Curtis Hall Evaluation Cormnitteeg Senior Prom Committeeg AFROTC. 167 , RICHARD REYNOLDS MARTIN Q3 A fu X Melrose, Mass. 1 A V History Valzsity.,.SQQCevf"'?YQrSj4ty Clubg Debating Society, Inter- llfifflflilgigg'i'RQ18ff10IJSi,H1!?lJQl'y'..,NGlubg Tufts-Jackson Chorus. '- -. dim MARTUS - So, Boston, Mass. ' .'4n,,j'2 J., Il1ClUIL'l11Cll'l:CS 2 1 XF- '91 ., ' ' . A A..R. . .' 'A 16 5m1es,Te1-race :gy ffggggiiewvtgigiQGGHLWEEQMQQS. A-B. it i. -. 1 ' iff iifv-1-Yi"-':Si?fifQx??"' 'l-1:7 9 H 295' ll, : ' . gg .. ., , ,A I N..' 3 .995 I .. A,x, WIIQLIAM HENRY .MATTESON , my 1 Partridge Rd. ' Q .V S. Weyiapiitll, Mass. A.B. ' ' M Economics Alpha Sigma Phi, Steward, Yacht Clubg Inter4f1-ate:-nity Athletic Counsel, Economics Club, Jumbo.. Book, Feature Editorg Intramural Sports. - In l RICI-LARD LOUIS NIAZARELLA, JR. 111-38 128th St. S. Ozone Pk., N. Y. ARTHURLI JQSEPII MCCANN 29 Shelton Rd. 1, QA. 1. Quincy , f.. 3,1 4,2 " omg.--gf - 55 .I xv' 1-fs Ei ' N.. a isifisf- . .Z , ROBERT KENNETH'f'lWIcCARTHY 14 Chandler St. , -.W " ' ' Somerville, Mass. B.S. ' Qi" " Chemistry-Biology Alpha Sigma Phi, Pres. 4'igmMayQr's Councilg Inter-fraternity Council 3, flg Varsity Nlfresltling 21 3, Pre-Medical Society, Lambert-Kingsley Societyfg X ' ...gagBAn13ARAsfN1c1qNNE'Y ,. 20891 AvalQHs.Qi'.f - ga Q J Rocky River, Ohio A.B. ' 5 Sociology Sigma' Iiapjigyi-.SeCre1ii1i,fyf"23', 1-,gjesidellt lijg .Jackson Student Governinentili Marlixgg5fQl1ibi2gf Cilihg-ClHSSvPlBS1d6Ht L Class Treasurer 2 Herit Council Dean's",List Senior Qketiwtities tball: if ' V- , .V 2 . I f rw. N 'f ' ff" V "F" ,. ""' rf Eff 5 "4" if me 'ia' ' 1.4 f . gg 1 A.-ff 4,.p5lz?2g.,ff'2m.?Q.,,.,,.+,f .. -rf -D 2 0 1: V itz "'f-'w-meta. W' -. ' 'W' ' Sf .12w13aggiz. + fi-- .1 1 . 1 . .,1,-11, -2 ,vw V' ew.. If . V . ' ,."' ,.,. eo ,"l 'VQuinQY,-M855-1 5 " I 71- Ego' " 'V ' :"Bi0l0g9' R-H Club lf'9i'ansf42j,ggvColl3y'College . x 35 , -M 1 N.. .... .X Maine. W H N .. STUART McLEAN ' ' 100 Lewis Ave. Walpole, Mass. A .B . English Alpha Tau Olnegag Yacht Clubg Middle Hallg Dean's Listg Intramuralsg Jumbo Bookg Phillips Brooks Club. 168 DONALD S. MIANO 70 Allen St. Boston, Mass. A .B. Economics MAIKILYN SWAN MILLER .58 Dana St. r Cambridge, Mass. K 3 AA.B. English l C i LOIS CI-lASli MILMAN. q1vms.J ' 441 Slocum Rd. , f North Dartmouth, Mass. A.B. , I ' Education- History Chi Omega, Vice President 4, Class Historian, Tufts VVeekly, Senior Jackson Editoi, 3g Jackson Student Council, IILH Clubg' Chapel Connnitteeg Jumbo Book, Feature Editor 35 Education Club. if A ' .JOHN BR YAN. MIMS ' 202 Manning St. - f ' Needham Heights, Mass. B .S . ' Electrical E11gineeri11.g Zeta Psig BIKE, Tuftonian, Associate Editor. 1 l ART121UR JAMES MIXONI 20.,Fa1'nswoijtlja Ave, fi? X ' . Yvaltharii, Mass. B.S.-if Fyflgf ,f . ' A 2 ilfechiluical Ezzgfinedrilzg ASME 3,41.' .,.1 . V , , A A , , I , 'JOHN 'EDWA,BDfl!-IODES'1'OYV ' 287 Front St.. ,. ' Q' .Q.i.',.sA2 Tl 'V Q ' Winclieiidorl, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Chemistry Society 2, 3, Ht, Economies Club 3, 443 lll'l'J'all1Ul'8l. gootballg Newman Club, Treasurer fllg Luigi Club fl-g Camera lub. 169 DONALD LEYVIS lVlcLEAN Apt. C-7 Stearns Village lVIeLll'ord, Blass. B .S. Biology-Cl1e11zistry Alpha Tau Omega 1, 2, 3. ft., Class Vice Pres. 1, 2, Camera Club l., 2, 3g Weekly 1, 2g .luil3lQ'Boolc 3, Pll0'lL0gl'8plly Editor ft. Jn. 49 Plynlvoulh' - ,u,"-RN, Milton, Mass. B-S ' .'11v 1, Fifi' -V QQ :i::'l'f"jlfCK7hU-7'Z1:6l1lE71.Lfi?L66Tl71g Q , ASME,NliwmanlCllibqfgfhe ' ., ,3 Ji.: 'LU' ' . L I -t V R X 4 Av. 5s "-'I"'if7,"2 l H 'ffl 'iv - ' ' l ' l .,,. . 2, E xl. :e,v:E!.R ! l . 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B.S. f- Jllechfcmfiggzl Engineering ASME. , L 5 V A ffrisnrnfvmnlccfx NAQIMOV1 38 Durlcklfgllilfii- ' 5 ,551 I' ' ' fstoneliam, Mass. B.S. ' gQ,,i1gG Q is , ,,Civil,E11gineering f 'f pt Ll 1' A e -- 5 .... hifi, ',,' 3 Fi f ' 1 ,, , A f 3 ?fQ?"1i 1 ' V f . 1 3,5 2 ,, j,,Qf:,F:1,,'fll Tiff l 'll . A JOY WILLIVL 1 ' l ' A zosiifssbiligtbn Sm 4? I f irlingffsn, Mass A13 e ,vgfsffemmenz ' A15 iiimguj o,m.Qg5?EsWQQtLy ChaplMi1Q1.,WorthY ,seminar A. Rusigl' E1G,hai5rniit1,,Pledge Masterifyafsityi Ilegrqissef-15 2, 3g Deerfs' List Society? 'Percivalfwfbbd Clerneintv, P1-izeg,Tl1u1'tSLJe6i:5f f1,c1rQfi1s.-f .,.., ,W -eles N A HERBERT DAVIS NICKERSON 14 Lewis Rd, Belmont, Mass. BAS, Civil Engineering Chess Club: Tufts Yacht Clubg Civil Engineering Societyg Chemical Engineering Society. 170 ,AR , . X JOHNUROBERT MORELLI 61 Quincy, Mass. 7 X MQ History Monsn . , 4 Bath, Maine fwi AQUA 1 f,,f 5-lff,-ZS '10 - - ' ' ' 2. f - Electrical Engineering . 43, 1' - A -- I . e ,,..,, -' ,. .-3.31: Q.. 7,55 e 1-Sw. -f ' , -2 - f I2 42. 1 I E - r A lav??yAUL7 RAUYNIQEY E-Mblzsn Q West NVareharn ' Mass, B.S'. 'A H 'l" Bi0ldgyiChe1nistry Alpha Tarn Onjegag Tufts Yacht".C.lubg. Triftss BandgjAir l's1rQs11iOIE3- j , ..,.,,5c5, . x ,V I tw, N , I -A ,r.f,... ., . .4 ..... , ht . CHARLES MOURHQAS ' ' M Brown St. ' - Ipswich, Mass. A.B. Rock and Drumlin Society, Tufts Orthodox Club. English BRIAN O'CONNELL ROBERT ,I OSEPII O'BR IEN 6 Nashua St. Woburn, Mass. B.S. Matlzenzatics Varsity Foothallg Newman Club: Matlmiatics Club. 8 Kenilworth Rd. IAN, Worcester, Mass. A .B. ,f1f"'-. ,'v., - , English Theta Delta Chi, ffE5QeQl1ti've- Committee lnterl'raternity Council 2, Sec'y,,v'Freas. 3,jPres.l'-1, Sword and Shield, lvy Society, T ovyer"'Cross,f--,Vice-Pfesieigilunxhle. 23 Weekly 3g 3 P's 3, -tg Dekaxfihlist 33 Middle Hall 1f2,, 3,,m'es. ffl-3 Tuftonian 2, 3, Poeti+ffEdit4ml',fl3g 'Maforls Council 41jf.New'man Club: Moses True ,Brown Priieg gveenvkood Prize, State Scholaiship Student 35 fl-g jIFC'Athletic Council Moderatorg ljntralnnriil - "" 1 - ' , W 1 X.. ,...., Y .. -I 0.1. H V F ,.1,.,,-,Ml 1' . T ,' ff '-J' V 1 if . -' . ' r'e' if X f l . ., f ' . f':ffe'W1-A--M v E t . tI eltt - 1 e ' 'o - ODDSON 5 9 'l .Q X, E Q Aver Meln'fJslg,'tlY'lyasQ,.j -. 1 Q If , . " 1. J Ggftlglfqixbhlgnl. "1 A, T1i1ier1iatio'nal:Be1ations"TTi'stoi'y 'Clubg Spanish- Chili-Q "Re-A ' publican Club, Foreign Language Clulig Intramural Sports. LOUIS JOSEPH PACINI Q-M -'-' 1- PIIYLLIS DOROTHY OLEF V'1'!if"WtSlltWlJl'th Terr. Dorchester, Mass. A.B. Psychology 21 .laques St. Somerville, Mass. A .B . Gozfernmeut Delta Upsilon, Pres. fl-Q Tower Cross, Sec'y.-'l.'reas.g Jumbo Book Assoc. Editor, Tufts Weekly 1, 2, 3g Senior Activities Committee, Mayor's Councilg Trackg Dean's List, lnter- fraternity Council 3. RONALD ANDREW PAFFRATII 60-29 68 Ave. - -Glendale, N. Y. BSS . Mechanical E1zg1I1wering Psi, Historian 2, Secretary 3, Supreme Council 4, 3 PTS 3, f-4, ASME: W'ai'droon1 Club, Tufts Yacht VC-lllll 2'g"4j ,N1'10'l'C- V X -' , - I :wifi it , ' DONEALD -BARNAQRD PAGE . yn 132 Bellevue Ave. 1 . , Melrose, Mass. A .B . f, 4 Economics Delta Tau Delta, Yacht Club, Economics Clubg Varsity Golf. ' ROBERT LEROY PAGE Belgrade A ' - Maine B.S. ,Q ,Q ,- - ' K L' Physics Alpha Tau Oniegag- Sigrna' Pi signig-A Sec'y. 4-3 Wardroom Club l, 2,'3g Tufts Weekly 3g Dean's'LisLg Navigation Prize 3. 3 , I JOHN QIQSEBH,PALM11ElfI'ff' ' ,fe 1 12 Elia laswwilflj--.AV6:Qi:' AQA 'gliwiliirfciritg . Y. m M . . , ,. ,Chem7ical.'E1?gi542eri1zg Tau..fB,eta,ifjIifii,.V1ceePres1g AIChE fgreaggfg Alpha rl38'HilOlHEg8, Treasz- g,gQeajI1's last: 3 NPmOTCg lioonn' I Club gi lntraxnural bports' W . lvv, Fei ..l., . -3' I V W- V, VY 1 55 Atlfifltiif "'l STf1"'4'A1- Lynn, Mass. B-5 . Biology kalnbert-Kingsley Society 3, Steward 49 German Club 2, 3, fl-g lults Mountain Club, Off-Hill Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Dean's Listg Orthodox Club 3, Sec'y. dl.. 171 Uhr - JN! mm, ' I 4 . . s X ,JAMES-BARIIETT PARK V Concord, N. H. - Ecorzomics PASTAN .K V Winthrop, Mass. .Chemistry-Biology Lambert-Kingsley Society. 'R f "-o X RFWQ imwmmfwr . o -N W 0-9925 R 1 54:-1,51 L 1 Q iff? lf 1 ' l 5 B Q 5? 1 in .i i' H f H ,..,... M xl -, ,M i R M lg L0lV'3fIf31lf?f . lf 'l'-' -,gr B?e1'li'r'xQfiC0r1i1.35 A-B' .' ' ' ,. Alpha X1 Dcltag 'FQiI'ts1Yacl1t Club 1,' 2: " '11 - N"' f ' V . AA-o -R A .o'. ' DONALD IETIHTTIZIQSQN ' B.S. ASME. 293 Meadow Dr. ,5-Rochester, N. Zllechavzical Engineering :film H HARRISON ROBERT PEARLSON 9 Century St. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology DoNALnffH1zEYAN'r PEARSON 3 Hart St. ' , W0bUl'Hv Mass. B.S. I ' ' -V Chemical Engineering AICHE. 2 l 'fl 2 iz j ,I h ,.. 4 W1LLL41v1:i,LoUTS ,PEDUTO 28 Shepard St, A P' Q ' K Brighton, Mass. A.B. Elf' -' Q ' . Sociology Theta Delta Gl1ig,LSpens'b1',Sogiology Sfocidtyg Luigi Club. l.-""Q,- ,, ' if vf1..GJ2'0R'GEf'lrB:'LfBElRI4IN'S, gn, Bedfoi'd'fSL.-7'xM23 I ff' '1'Mk?5gn5'xgq ' ' Burlington, Mass. A.B. r',i .English Oli'-Hill Clulag MiddleA?fT'I15l3lQQ liglfiq iff y , :N I 1 .'.-, , --w-gf.11::i:4 , ' if" 7 : V. W g' i ,t ilfdazri 5? , R ,u:, . , i if gif if -' ' f V ' gs: vis ' j,.i3.5L4Q'5.Vfyf,' x egwwwigikm info f'i4 iiri r iS'?J0gr l.'. fLA'Rs6NQi-En1:Y iMg3s.9, R' f iff' 'A 'UQ3'al.lvl43df0l'l1l, Mass. A B ' ' S' ' Msomzvgy' '- fllvlr Jgzfffrm-W ffw ,',: 1.' - r LOIS E. PERRY 27 Ludlow Rd. Windsor, Mass. B.S. Psychology 172 I gg-. ff JOI IN A RTHU R I'FINCS'l'EN Westport Conn. B.S. Elcftricul E1Zg'ill66Ti7Ig AIEE-IRE, Vice-Chairman. ANTHONY HARRY PIANTES '39 liukehill Ave. , A Arlington, Mass. BLS., Chemical Engiueerifzg NAICUE- A 1 l ,- , ' , SUZANNE lVIAiRTHA PIPER 188 Oaks Rd. Franlingliain Centre, Mass. A B - "" ' ' Govervzmcnl X Varaity Swinifiiing 2, 3g Marlin Cllib 2,lfl, ,fl-,Nice Pres. 4-3 Tufts Yacht Club 25 Chorus 23 International Relations- I-Iistory Club 4. j. ,H . I f ROBERT CLARE PIPICS Chestnut ' ' Wilmington, Mass. A .B. V -, Englislz Alpha Tau Omegag Chorus, Odikon 2, 3, fl-g Middle Hall 1, 2, s,4.. 1, y I irl V C .., .. fl Ji 4 wzrw - . Y Z, .QLOUIS lfnflflaltr-,POLsoNE'17'1'I.. , y 1 5. l I' 9' ' 1 .lfust!BQstqfi1, BFS? 'T-if Li ' Y, f ' 2 ' ' ' Cl1cmistryfBjoI02y Zeta PS1fQxli1lQ1?8lIIllt'Bl .Sbflballhv , " .V JOSEPH' POOLE' 33 lEva1151.Rilvfff.iT1f . R ' Peabody, Mass. 13.5. ' Chemistry Chemistry Society 2, 3, fig Luigi Club flag Tufts-Jackson Chorus 43 Camera Club. 173 CAROL ANN PETERSEN 110 Newton St. Meriden, Conn. A.B. Educatiazz JOHN 'W'lLLl1XM PETERSEN 1099 Main St. Melrose, Mass. B.S. , , ,,,. V 'A 1 'f'1" if:'3,ks . Electrical Engineering Tufts Band Pres? 4-3 ,f11ul'ts'5Yaeht Clubg Wardruom Clubg AIEE-l111Q,Q1fai1'n11a11 fig Tan Betzf'Ri,,,3, ft, Pres. -lr. 2. -' :fa ,Q 1 ffL.1X:-., " . ,ff l 1 ,,'i if . ' ' A ,ff ANCE ANNgEf?P'E'I'R'ASII 94232 1'L1'th St. 1 5 5ff'Rielynond Hill, N. Y. Sigina Kappa, Jumble, 'l'uftoni.ag1If Weelcly' 1, 2g .Middle ' V 1 I-Ialg Chorus 1. ' 5' E ,,--, 1 EDWINA PETRONE 140 Winter St. Fall River, Mass. A -B - , Gower-rz111e7zl Sigma Kappa 2, 3, Historian 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, fl-g Italian Clubg Student Council ft. KL. FQ . 4 s Y ROBERT WESLEY POWERS 224 Atlantic St. Quincy, Mass. A .B . Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phi, Custodian, Jumbo Book Seuior's Editor: VVardroom Club 1, 2, 3, 1-l-g Economics Club 1, 25 Newman Club 1, 2, Dean's List 2, 3, fli. WILLIAM CLIFFORD PRATT, JR. North Conway A 5 N. II. B .S. - Physics Zeta Psi, V ice President 3, President fl-g Varsity Ski Team, Co-Captain 3, Captain flig .M-ayorality Candidate 35 Tufts Band lg President, New linglaljd,Intercollegiate Ski Confer- ence II. 5 JOHN EDWAITD PRICE 100 Cleveland Ave. ,V ., Everett, Mass. A .B . ' ' -...Economics Zeta Psig Astronomical Society' 3, gli, Chemical Societ-y.,N1, 2. f ,gl b f.., eLI,gx.g21.iss, M. QUINLAN, Jn. o Ft. Morrtgoiigejyigr, ' , , ' , N ' N. Y. A.B. -52521, fisffizl , j,f 3 ' , V . I 1 A. M' . English 'r 'rr 'I - A-wWY.w:3w.sf'. 2 - F -Y f '-1,t12?iX2ss'zwsaai?, -, I, 5 ,.. it , W' a while .'s2',.Nfif' -f , 1 1 'g5,v5sWzQv? .lQwQf"w,,.w , l , 13522 fwziigigtgg. g,,gi2ggw,. ,V as I ' ,J Li L 1 Q E' l Qg Eflfl , f I I" 4 fi, . s -' - I 4 z ,vfisvw-.uf -. .' , ,V -1 .. 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' l Ciz'ilE11.gi11.ceri11.g ASCE, Pres: ' y - ,X We , Q Q ",.I l1IN ANTIIQNY POIIRAZZO 35iXMal1iut1,St, ' , Maynard, Mass. , X' xllechzmicul Engineering ASME? , y JEAN-IVIAIUE POYVDERLY 18 Woodlawn Ave. , ' ' Needham, Massa' A.B, , ' A 1 A , History Alpha Onnicron Pi, Vice Pres. ftg .Senior Class Secretaryg Senior Activities Committee: Outing,'Clul3 Chairman: New- man Club, International 'llelations-History ClubglVarsity Hockey 1, 2: Varsity Tennis l,V2, 3, 42 Bowling 1. .. P it 1' ALBERT iinwmzn I-owen 6-'L Clewlcy lid. ' --lVledl'ord, Mass. A.B. French Student Council 11-3 Varsity lxlockey, Co-Captain -Ig Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, -I-3 Varsity Club, Exec. Comm. fl-. MICHAEL CHARLES RANDON 292 Shawmut Ave. Boston. Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Oil'-Hill Clubg lnl,ran1ural Baskchballg Pre-Medical Society. GEORGE NVILLIAM RANTA 6 Johnson St. I A.,, .Z .X r lfitcllburg, Mass. A.B, ' '- 'X I . ' A , Ecamzmics Dean's List 3,4-1 Economics Club 1,,,2, 3, 4-g Luigi Club 3, fl, Internatiogsl Relations-History Club 1, 2.3, -,. A f?sg ,...C i Q, nov-M ERNEST RAYMOND ZST4 Sonigrville Avo. A H , f Somerville, Mass. ' iff' , C ,f English i MAURICE JOSEPH REACAN 17 Tennyson Rd. ' VVcllesley Hills, Mass. A .B. ' G 0-uervimevit Zeta Psigl Aquatic Clubg Varsity Swimming Team, 3, 4, Intramural Sports. iw- WILLIAM FRANCIS REED 221 Grove St. Melrose, Massl A .B . Economics Delta Tan Deltag Economics Clubg Newman Clubg Prclegal Society Sec'y.g Jumbo Book Business Mgr., AFROTCQ Dean's List 2, 3, 4. EDWIN IRVINC RESNICK , 3 125 Shepard Avicj 1 V Swampscott, Mass. ,B. Goverlimelzl 1 f Epsilon P1flFllQSlllll8I1 Soccer, Freshman Lacrosse. ' 'l 5451? L-.L v. C-YNTHIMMARY REYNOLDS - 94- Bradlee Ave. , , , A ' Swampscott, Mass. A.B. ji, f , Sociology Chi'0mega, Activitiais Cliairmaxtii, Sec' y. fl-g .lumblc 25 Jumbo Book, Sorority' liditgi' -1-g Dean'i,-List., " l 'JAIVIES PAZUL REYNOLDS, JR. 15 Laurel St. L, , V 5 f D Malden, Mass. B.S. ..' ., Electrical Engineering AIEE 3,54-g ASME 2g IRE 49 Chorus 1, 2g Odilcon 1, 2, Libra- rian , 1 A , 1 V J Ha -f . 'v-.- - ,"' ' ll '.: -, ,J ,,., RICCAQF aQgi?figgjg.jsi2:'f3, ,,,,, 1 gs, Medford? Mass. 1.l --, 'N S9fi0l0gy -Q?f.iAlf5lifhi.QOniii31'o11i Ei, Riishvighdiifuniaii. 35 iililiskoriansliepox-ter' ilfg DP Cofmcbi 1553? fLQ.Qewu1an Cliilj 1, ,2lQiEIf6lI1C1l Club 15 qllfifts'-Daxlce cliiiigfifffaafs. ,igsuiaenfggzcuunselfirg 4, .Jumbo Book. , Ameri- can Sooiolc1giQkl.fSQEilf3iY 4 . Z I J 5 , .,,W, W C ' ' V' Smmuf1I3QUISEfMc1NT11zE RICHARD fMRs.y 9 Page ' M Brunswick, Maine A.B. English Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer 3g Tufts-Jackson Chorus 1, 2, 3g Middle Hallg Phillips Brooks Club, Secretary 175 -.g..,.,..f r.. , H5 PHILIP EVERETT RICHARDSON 54 Logan Ave. Medford, Mass. A H 9 QPR' ,,Eppqzo11zics-Businesx .fidzrziizistratiovz Dell,55l,Jps,ilo1n'g' lfffwlball'-5lff'3'g'Hockey 2, 3, Co-Capt. rl-g Varsity Club Bwgriblcegggxaips,eiub.,,K r- 2"1' 'f' i Q--' A. ruvusv ' Framingham, Mass. '.L' x .V Q Economics Clieiilg Club 3, -1-3 Transfer l'rom CaUf112f12d59gJU5i1Q,fe1Ei?ell?2e-a "4-. ., .. ' -511-' ' l ' - . fi 1 if ,Mew i '-izw' 355,41 13,5-52 . 1 - a - V555 122515 -F. ' Z .1jv1m' in . - w -' " w V - X. ' , - 2: .5 an ggi- '---:f- 5 Mf. , 29 l'l'CMd0!'lCk bt. 1 - Q, ,.l3elxi1rn1xig,blyla,3s.g A A.B.. ,, Gogir1117ze'n,Q,f1 Varsity boccerg Ol'fl3H1lL'ClulJ'gr,X'a1's1p1?" Club, 11131:-Iistory -f Club. fy' T .. 'Z 1 uoeelrr -B. RISMAAN ' 73 Blakely lid. ' i'A'xlYleclford, Mass. A.B. 'N Economics f ANGELO JOIIN RIZZONE 57 Lynn SL. Peabody, Mass. B.S. AICHE. Chemical Engineering ALBERT FRANK ROBICHAUD 123 Riudge Ave. , f z- Cambridge, Mass. .z .1 A .B. 'ki Sociology Newman Club. he.,,,k 4343: WlLLlA.M,.,1.QklYfPlS , ROBINS Liuebrook Rd. ' '. -Q Ipswich, Mass. 11.13. y lfftrur- -jx V , , Economics i2F4R,xNclS5igxyIEilz laockmvr ""'rN--,N 447 Essex jimi, l .e,: , f. ""' Medl'ord,'Ma,3p. B.S. K '3'iQ2?QQ, ' ,ff -, V - -"Chemistry-Biology Oli'-Hill C1i:i.liigQiENENf'll'l8I1 ,Qlubg Boiling Sqcielfyg Pre-Medical SocieflyigliesxdeexrbiLLi3rQlg1eyt-Kingel gy Segeietyd 1wV ice-Pres. 43 Deau'SLf isIzg'gG?i1n'1peti,tiig'e'Q5 fgff fgilgip. ' ':" e""e' ' A V! XZ., ,yyyl M : 4.'gif'iQ'2,,5-ff--'IQ 3133 "WW le A , . ' 27 l rr. Wellilvg 151111 fMm,gerfgsfaa,,efmn'. , gli!! S 'ff5ifLi?"'f' :'?fffQf.9' fi5GU?J6f1i37lZ?7li'i. J 'Ql4jwf7Ji'n1e5gg lf5EIgei'f',raiueiW'g2 , :ul 1WeeMg,kvj,2, 3 ' 'ifgvkirsgliizfi i120 223,i1Y!fiiifPr. f CQ1aSSfrff1?,Se2SQp11- 3:35 , del? 53134 359-Hw:iiHfiQi1a11' 12 gaikiizrlem. we- 3 'fff253?il'EiGGffG0vf16iP'555656111-iiiC3'f1?Ei3111ry" ' kg..-AQ ,l51lllllf'iI'iQ6iQTJ ifloylhselierig, -bifkwv .fA'5f1 .f--:fi5wGf'.',w"'N':y, ,,,. q,.,.,, rg eg,M:.z2L,,...A f:.....e-JA'wi:""R' "M" -:e1ffAf?P"ffi'uLr1RfKYAfi:'D 'iwaiwiiiiuanc 30 Claflin Rd. Brooldine, Mass. A .B . Economics AlphaAEpsilon Pig Band 1, 2, 34 NROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Tufts Weekly, Feature Editor 2, Sports Editor 2, 3, Editor- in-Chief fl-3 Jumble 2g Tufts Tracer 2. 176 ALLEN MORTON RUDOLPII 16l Brudlcc Ave. .4.B. SwarupscotL, Mass. Economics WILFREIJ PAIRSONS RULE 58 Central Avon L 13.5. . .Q -V MTASMIS. ' A ,.,.,. livereht, Mass. Jlffgclzqnical Engiizcering .X 1 " R :.:,,,..sx X ,--wi X . L5y'QTEl.'111sN iulssivmwj i ,ZQQ5-'f' 213BQ.ur1,is,.St. ' v.,' ' ' lSQlA.ll0l'VlllC, Mass. . 4- -. ' 3 Hilit V 0ll'JHill Clubg I-llllg'Cll1liQ m xi F My ' NEIL I,EON.ARlJl?IlUSSO lillgiake 2 ' N ligsyiwcyllncmirt 1, Mass. ,if - 5 it . A' 'QQ , x.06i0l0K3' lxligxvilnnnz Cluhxg Ullihllill Club. A ....,, ., :bk Ai. N Q l I .JL i ' v.A" A'.L- ill .. A h"- fn V , ll V, l f 5 5 '- u. l IQ -ig 1ClIllQf, 11. ',I1g'1I16,Bl'S' war g ac 1' I ugg Cl'OSSXiiC2iR1I1tUjQ Iiitigxiiiliggl 'lfenpis . , lx ' nf -'-'1 TC .,.L.LA.Q -1'1 - iff?-if .f i .,A1L' -' fn LROBERT .M1Tcl1EEi:"s'AiF 51 Ofiiidtii1iStZ1'A""" .4 .B. Mattapan, Mass. English Alpha Epsilon Pig Oll'-Hill Clubg ililillelg Canterbury Club 3, 11-. 177 C HA RLO'l"l.'E .Pl IY LLIS ROS EN Tl-IAL 136 Clinton St. New Bedlorcl, Mass. A .B . History llillelg Dearfs Listg l-Hll Club. ANGUSi3lViQS.CKECllN IE ROSS 70 C0Lb011w'mzfl.55?iiQ Lacouia, N. H. l3.S. . I ,,,, CizIilE1igiuee1'i1zg Alpl1a"LlQ,ufgQi'flegag MmmLuii'1i'G.l,til23,,ASC.l'Cg Wardromu Clubg . ....: .1.. . H lll,l'Hll1li1l'f1lS. , . if , ,' 3 ,-xii-ff". F"5'?1:8Q24'?wi,33, f M4 f , V 13,1 Q1 V If .ff QV ' ' Q . ' H., if' X 2 ' f J 1vIAl:lEfL33120Y- 13,21 If k',- lfg:Q.,.5EmL,k b Norway, Maine if-S. 2 if Bwlvgy ligewliigflilclllll 14- 3, 3g Jackson All:-55 4Glub, Sppli. BepQ lflzudent GOViCI'I.ll1lCIf1iQ- I 'j lD6i'lfiil,0l'y Pies. 3g Chi Ollidgaffiff V, i K '-- ,1ff5f13"5'1 145' ,IEANNE F. RUDOFSKY 9 Dugclaury Rd. Newlmu Centre, A .B . Sociology Hillel .l, 2, 3, -'Lg Chorus 1, 25 Dean's Lisl, 2, 3, fllg lVlodcl'11 Dance l, 2g Alpha Kappa Delta 'lg Spcmczcr Society. B.S. . ASCE, NHOTC. v - 2 - ,F .,,.,. I.- WILLIAM SCIIEMPERS, JR. 111 Lawton Rd. Needham, Mass. Civil Engineering CARL LOUIS SCHLUNTZ 16 Fairview Ter. Malden, Mass. B.S, K J Jllechanical Engifzeering ASME. k I 3 f I E ! 52,2 agjj l l 5 , I , l ,IEMN AUSTIN SEADER 95 Lincoln Avc. E i L Clifton, N. J. A.B. I ,. ' - Sociology Phillips Brooks Club, Sccretaryiflg JumliojBoolbvl-:,xQrtl10dox Club fl-g Russiagg-i3Club fl-: ,Dcaxfs List 3, 4-3 Alpl1ii"iKaQ S Deltag Junior 'llmnasfel' from Russell Sage College. 5 nciii LFo,EN1:i1QUE 'SEQUIMRA 2195 saS5qfA6bTffi5.1, 3 ,g , . Y,.2?1131lfiSf3-fosta 3"1iCH B.S. " 557:15 l in qctrica ngineering Allilig International ljangi1aQif,fQ1QhgQjSiaanish Clniifiiiaglio Clnbg Varsity-Soccer. "1 ggiifig . "',f,f.9:f , "-f ' , 4 , f , K , ' ' ' K'wM"" ' f if i iii.V'if3?l?lnZq.iffgEi?fi,i?i Q, 'E 6,2 V 3 'l l 1 Q- I 2? F 2 ' fldf' ,N E V, I ,.-, ...Q ggi, ,V 5, , K ,,,,,., I ".. , 1' E 'i :.,.g- the 1 , '-" l f' i- N NN,'f1EQl'lNSON'i 'SSFMRIYLA .,.QzvyI1sr.Jf" 1 31? B' Q A ..., 1 """ ,... w 017050:-,, Clllb 3,,?1Q' xt., 2.3, ji-gA:. E CJ K lr ' -a ,F . QQ- fi. ish ' . MJ Q-A-. W ,f,,fy.Q-fig.-gigfggii ,M V ,.,.,,,,.,n. ,.x,n,,M,W ..... U f-1 f MONIZ sn,vA '4262 Division St. l"aIl lliver, Mass. B .S. C hamistr y-B ialog y Pre-Mcdical Society: Newman Club, Luigi Clnlig 'Intramural Sportsg Varsity Wrcstlingg Dcan's List. 178 JACK WILLIAM SAGLIO 133 Gallatin St. Providence. B. I. B.S.,, il - 4 I Chemistry-Biology Alpha Sig,maPl1i, Sedy. fig Dcan's List 2, 3. llg Lambert Kings- l,eygt,.T11111liu-'.BQQ1gg Assoc. Editorg Pre-Med. Club. UA, , .. . N '1 1. .,,,, Q Q 1 izoaam' ,Ml'l'C.lIAEL SAINATO .I 7' ' Somerville, Mass. i ' Chemistry-Biology QNC.viiH?Q5jCl'iibQf.fQll'7Hill:fClubg liodin Socictyplunlbo Book i. , ii Q r"" E, 9. 'f"w':'s.g'z-fizgi Q 'V egjagzm 'iff vo I ' - .. . ""2f. .. gli... Mx, Qgvh 3,4 ,- , , . E sig? C51-Mis. ., f C "CIl11jSTQ1?l-IE!! J slQ,1girsALvo Q1 . 299 So. Liixillgtriiifftvcfiffi' iWhitc Plains, N..Y. 3 BS' Q, , .Q ,..,.3f.: ,I ,Biology Alpha Sigma 'YPh'i,:,,fQQHousq,,iMaLfagiEr.gQj'Neiifiiian Club, Pre- Medical Society? lletinbciriljilfiixigsleyif 'Weelily, gllepfirtoxfg Jumbo Bookg Degxfs-,Listg Lacrosscx T .' ' ' V if , ..g:,. Q , by 3-5 , . FREDERICK OWEN SANDERSON - , A' Industrial School ' Shirley, Mass. B.S. I -I Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society. i ,IUIIN FRANCIS SIMONZI, JR. 131 Mechanics St. Putnam, Conn. A .B . H islory Alpha Tau Omega: Yacht Cluhg Newman Club: OIT-llill Clnbg InLernational-Violations History Cluhg lntramurals. V .l0l1N3w1LI2'1A,M,SINGAMJLLA A 22 'l'1'cxnlottfgl14,-Z" -. K . Boston, Mass. B.S. yg:g51fQ:5'iN J ' 5 Civil E11g1T1wering ASCE, Engineer Upon wi V- Q3 , 2 1" fi"f5s5E?i5iv' ' '11-if. ' f A . .. y 1 irlggilfmlclf, .lOl ingbzvl A YIM l.lol:liijQiolc Pl. V 'V g Abxkc I . Ausonia, Conn. - 1, BEQS. Q Bivlffgy Aglgmliaiggliina Pllifflvfzirslmll-fl-ilggjilllliligiilh'Kiilgsley 3- Ill--llllllbflli l' it gqkgQlf,x!dfMeclical'Societyg eW'lifQgiT Club 1, 23 llli.IF8lI'l3l,QfQl5fsg Sportsg 'l'ransl'er1'cd from llnivcrsity'olfgConnectioutg 'Dciiifs List. BEVERLY JOAN SMITH 27 Summit Avo. Sharon, Mass. A .B . Sociology Congregational Cluhg Jurnblcg Jumbo Bookg Dean's List 2, 3. xl Xi ,IOIIN ALBERT SNIITII, JR. A UNI So. Spooner SL. No. Plymouth, Mass. A.B. English , Pl-IILIP GEORGE SPENCER, JR. 60 Presley SL. ' Malden, Mass. A,B. ' ,A If, I, English 59 Rodin Socictyg ,Newman Cluhg Weclsly2 Drknnatics. 1 -, , , x '91 . , . . , X ri., ,,.-Mx x .vp M ",, 2- i10BElmi'14:. 'sl'li..i1.ANE J 1. 5 Li11dhcrgl1.Avo. k W. Newton, B.S. Q , Meclzaqiical Engivieemigig Theta Delta Chi. 'llreusurer lg Sword and?Shield 23 Tufts Stuclcnt Council 2g Camera Club, Treasurer Arg ASMElfLg Basketball lg Class Treasurer 1. f I ' z Q 1 Q 1 '. . . ROBERT B. STANFIELD. -lv Allston St. 'f .'.. Ncwtonvillc, lMass. B.SI' 4' Chemical Engii 'eering Ulf-Hill Cluhg Student Council -1-g lingineeriug Couilcil flg Alcli 2,2 3, fl-. ' 3 ,l 3 .A 1 146gy51asHinggLq1iSt.y,' 5- lif2Rx'l'i11gt911::i1lf1ass. ., 1.5951 A y Almammzghgijrieemig - ASMEgQVzirEi'ty Lacrosse. Q ' Q Qs, ' , 2 y g " .ft g if '.... N H .iilcimtlum yx5igf1g,1,1s.tiss1fof12f1ff' 38 Bufhiiiii SIR K ' Beverly, A , B , I Euglislz Canterbury Cluhg llnity Cluhg Navy Gloo Cluhg Dramaticsg Tufts liadio Workshop. Vice-Presidcznl, 114. I 179 J 1 WILLIAM ANDREW STOUT 26 Cedar St. I r. Saranac Lake, N. Y. B.S.' " , 'M - V , . Chemistry-Biology Camera Club: Radio Society, Radio Club, Tufts Yacht Club, Px'e-Medicxalnfgoeietyg Xarsilzy Lacrosseg Luigi Clubg Zeta Psi. ' BARNE'IfjI'iSUGARMAN Stearngiiiyillagef, , Medford, Mass. B,S:'5i -lffiffq 'K ' A, Hlcclzanical Engineering Iiigiiilggiajii Club., . 3, I -Z.. In Xzlv .y l I A V . is ."- 'rigid'- fi .."f1-Q 4 'fa ..3:i3:f5?? is "5giF'Qf5 ',:- 1,1 Tu fwfr' ' SYBUBBE 737 Tweed Aye. . ',.,, . 5 ,V Cincinnati, Qhio A A.B. . '- 5 "T - fi 5. ,English . Alpha Oinicron Pig Varsity Tennis, Waigsity 'HoekeyggMiddle. Hall, Jackson Student Czovernmentiffllackson Allaikround Club, Secretary 3, Qlass Secretary 1. ' 'N' WRICHARD ALOYSIUS SULLIVAN' . 409 South Main St. Haverhill, Mass. B.S. C Chemistry-Biology German Clubg Newman Club, Pre-Medical Soeietyg Delta Sigma Phig Transfer from Tulane in Soph. year. ..f-:Ez RAYMOND LLEWELLYN SWAIN, JR. 60 Hillsdale Rd. Medford, Mass. A .B . Economics Delta Upsilon, Corr. See'y. -fig Varsity Club 3, 415 Inter- fraternity Council 3, 445 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Foot- ballg lntramural Swimming 3, 45 Weekly 3, fl-g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, flig Librarian 3, fl-g Band 1, 2, Yacht Club 1, 3, :lg Economics Club, Oil'-Hill Club. LAWlilfNCE'iSWEENEY lnl- Carver St. ' ' ' Sanford, Maine i i B.S. tiff "-. if i Chemistry-Biology Freshman l"ootblali'g V ziifsliiigglfciotlpall 33 Pre-Medical Clubg Newman Clubg Delta Lambert-Kingsley Society, Dean's List. 1, 163, -lggliigrvarfgiigalsi 4 334 I W 'f'5l,E'?y',-,D L i li 4 . V - lilClliXRD WLYNNE, SWIQETNAM 32 Suffolk Ave. f 4 " V, K I, ,',,' "e'f -ulfmevere, Mass. B.S. H ' 1 1 A ' .A x'eli,s'cl1ology Chorusg Gernilan Club: 'Liberalf Uniong Mountain nb. 'ti i??g3igR1cHQxRD,,lJz,. TARDIF' 249 CIQQQQS SXt.,.g2gfV. , Q 7 , K 'S 5N'ewtonville, Mass. B.S. ififiy f' 1 ii' f" ChEiz5qrflj,Engineeri11g AICI-lE2iEi1giiieeri11g QQ '-11, iiflzi-Q,c .-f. P f 1, fififl., aff "4" 3 --'- "f 'L-'?2f'i f 1 4f35,'f? ... was-Qi, , Lv' I " W f '2 'Nrfifli '11 l Q . Jfiff'iiif7iil7Qff122Q..f if 5 3' X S 1 lr V il 5 A530151 4.9AfifQ'2,1'?fiiffffbfa rgitgjii A ii' -v" 5 L .Line iw 'BVf?Ckl19'!1f,'lVf3-55'-'W " "" 'licpnoiinds G '5iiffiiniClujfi'jfEccirgJri1ics Club, lltiigi?Clnlilr-.'.,f2..QQ, ' ..,., ' "fH"t'F,lz7fFTCls WILLIAM TEHRASI - 64 Broadway Quincy,Mass, BAS, Mathematics Newman Clubg Math Club, 'l'reas.g Luigi Club, Treas.g Varsity Tennis, Spanish Club. 1 y iso CAMILLA LUCY 'I'l'l'COMll 'l87 Stute Sl.. Augusta, Maine A .l5. Economics JAMES EDWARD TOBIN 195 Buolcingluun Stn, Waterbury, Conn. N.A.B. , -5 ,X Economics 'VY gltu 'l'uu Delta, Vice-Pros. -'I-5 Jumbo Borfk, Hales Mgr. 43 he S ctyl l"l'CSljlllI.lIl and Sollioluolgo"'Clnssg l':O0llllDllCS Club, fNYiig65l'l'eQ. IMVNUWIIIHI1 CmlizwIma-mm..-uns. N -, X X .ip gli, Ui. Ag . ll N ' NATALIIQ QIOAN TQRPPA ' 13 Brooks St. ' 'Q A Maynard, Mass. B,S. ,-" 1 Chemist 'y Alpbu Omicron Pig'Cllblnist!'y Socictyg Frcsliman Counselcir. , I I l 'EVELYN TOTH ' 69 lVlarlboro Rd. " Clifton, N. J. A .I3. ' f- Sociology Phillips Brooks Club '33 Jumbo Book Stall'g Middle H ll 11-5 DGllll,S List 3, I ,V l J., , f I .5 Q N Q 1 .Tw-2ii?,,?1i 'Q' .T 11 llq. ' gy ,gz i 'WILLIAM f:An'rm: TOWLE A it D? m5JbQ'l1llQl.El,',lqllQAfyli. ' M A' V ' - Somerville, 'Mass B.SfRf4ig?fQ51? " 13 A , . " Electrical Evzgineewing , 'l'ul'ts', milking igadiuciyn, in-es., A A Q ' jf. "" A 'gg ' - - A, .- M., .,.,., Q ,, C, A ,W ,I A , ggvfgggjgggg- iffy-xKuA151.4 'TULA RAK 46-2 Aiokc llcifww ' Bangkok, Tllailand B.S. Chemistry Liberal llnion Club 2. 3, fl-5 Camera Club: Cllemistry Society -I-5 International Relations History Club fl. 181 CONRAD ERNEST TIIALIVIAYER 5 Hubbard St. Boston, Mass. 13.5. Chemistry Tufts Yacht Clubg Chemical Societyg NVurdroom Clubg onzum Club. do CAMERON SAUNDERS THOMPSON, JR. 170 Beac0nSt.f ' Boston, Mass. A.B. .1 - . ' V Economics ThetaTDelta'Cl1ig Freshman Footbzillug Varsity Goll' 3, Captain lg Intramu1'al,Sp0rtsg Varsity Club, 43 Economics Clulig Ward- J room Club 3, 4Q,ll1t6l'fl'HtCl'Ulty Councilg lXlCxWlllk1I1 I I, Q V I f' X 3 1, . Q ,Q-it 1 5 Y Q k kv I ,...- . Y U l+ l"' vv-v J., RAYMOND THOMPSON, 1085 Andcindou A5ve. A I T ,, f I Pulisur16, fN. Jgf, ' . 5 1 E. A Ebgqzomits, 14 K J slf- lf,.1,., 5'-,M ,,.., W I' ' Q, :Agri - "lub:-""ill"' if l WALDEWIAR STURRQILLY l il-'l-60 Main'St. Q, H Waltham, Mass. 1 Bmilff-Y-Sfl.SiI'LiZli5!KGl1l0.11L Al'pha"Tan Omegag Varsity Golf 3, fly Eoonomics Clubg Al"li0'l'C. . ,i .fill V ELFRIEIJE G. VOLLRATH 1-11 Kingsbury lid. New Pmoellelle, N. Y. .f1,B. History - Alpha Xi Delta, Recording Secretary -'lg Ill-ll Clubg NSA, German Club: Dezufs Listg Jackson Student Government lg Middle llall. NATALIE E. VOLM Eli 241- Dearborn St. , , Salem, Mass. B.S. ' - Psychology Sigma Kappa, Historian 2,'qfrI'li8SIll'Cl' 3, Vice-President Al-5 Psi Chi, Secfy. fl-3 Class 'l'reasurer -I-3 Swimming 1, 2, 3, fl-, Captain 23 Softball lVlanaggzj 2.',,i3g Marlin Club 2, 3. -l., Vice- Presideul. 253 Newman Cliilgilqgyh 3, ft. I if ' if STANLEY Cfiivmnow -WALLACE 321 South Sl.. , M X 4 A I' Brookline. Mass. fl.B. .. . f ' A ,Economics lHC.ljlARD' GORDON wALsu 52 Bridge Sb.,,,?f?,,i V . I Nluilehester-'By-Sea, Mass. 13.5. ' 1 ,Q , ' C1I'vilEngivzeer1I1zg ASCE. IXliceffiesideiltgn,,Ciyil l'Iugineering Open House, Director. f 'A ,.'!k , Ai f-'i ' ' -. A 'll f ' - J'SQ'N23532 ' f ' ' .A . . - Aa. ages ef :f .gffgfw , . , -- ff-ww, .. , ., . ,V Q... , A, ,, -fA' sage Q ' . ' xgkfwg' "rf, Q 5 V .9 L .2 , , ' ' K , 'I " Qfffwi Ms" , ' " 3 . ,ISAAC ,1o11N L 'Q ,, l ' gwuity .lidi 'lfggggi ' , eg -As5i"'3Evex'e.tt,,'lVfz-iss., ., ' . Q' Mechamlcajl Engineerivzgv , L - V--.AAQEIQLSQR SIETSQN WA,RDWELL 7T3'A'C6ll'llIl6l'l5i2iJii'SK " I X East Weymouth, Mass. " "'B.S. Psychology Alpha Xi Delta, President 43 Jackson Student Government, Vice President -11: .Pun Ilellenic Council 33 'l7ul'ts-.lackson Chorus 1. 23 Psi Chi 3, ftp Phi Beta Kappa3Deau'sl.ist1, 2, 3. ' 132 .,, .1 -I-., -. pu- . LEON A It ll SHELDON 'PULMAN 'ii-2.I.1Ul5Cl'IlC St. Dorchester. Mass. B S ' C lzenfixlry-Biology .Aipim.EpSglun.l'i, on'-um Club: mum. - nf - A .1 ,"p l iT11oMAs cuA1:Llss TWISEDIE, Jn. ' ,89,,EN"erett St. ' C Arlington, Mass. f 1335. Physics 1 'Zetd.Psig 'Varsity Buscballg Varsity 'l'rau:kg OIT-llill Clubg .Varsity Club.- . l A ' l'ILliC'l'RA VENUS VALLAS , f1Z7CIark'St,. ' 5 ' . ,lEusl,AL'y1ui,Mass. , , ' , , 1, , French Alpha Xi ,Deltag Oll'-llill Clubgrflhilits ,MOUI1lQQlll, Club, German Club, French Club, President fl-2 MOI'-thodox Club, Secretary 3. Vice-President 44, Freshman Counselor. p 'CHARLES VASSALLO, .lflfw .. ' 521 liiverside Drive lfuirlield, Conn. B.S. Biolngy Delta Tau Delta, Corr. Seo'y.g Varsity lfootball, Mgr. 4, Lambert-Kingsley Societyg Pre-Nledieul Clubg Varsity Club, Intramurals, Newman Club. ,..... Q ' !' F DONALD EDWIN WARNER 211' Grove St. Belmont, Mass. A , B , Economics Varsity Football 3, fl-g Varsity Club 3, lg Varsity Goll' 3, -li. 1,- ROBJERT-:LEO W,u:NE1: 7-lv Pleasant Vieyy-.Aycg --"f ,-', 4 4 X y Braintree, Mass. 411-13. I, V' Vblx ,' ,.., ,. , 51121 ' -.XS Education NVaidf'oo'in.,Club 2 371 Chfl1E3l'l1',Clii" 3 lv Manaler ol 'fl , 5 'Z f " ' Vai'sity'QG5l1' 2, 3, fl-g,Va1'sity Club llili-1N'QWll'l1ill Club 1,321 3, fl-3 ET, Weclgly?fPl1xitfagigaplmcerifgifli.'' ' ' . H V tr? V , , I f 1 -W ,J-1. ltflfvf, ,' 1, ,W f " 'f " ' x gf' ,f .Q 'Q ' ' f , .1 . Q - mf- . i ,g 1 I H . ,, A , , it if ":ff 4--- . ,::.. f f9kvj"5'2i-I 1-L, ' ., " I 5':::f' 5"1f, ,.... 1..,,.- , f lf iL'i N ANCY ANNEQWIQBB ,gl f --4-'- -A ,fl 1?,,gia11cesk5a'5A'ye. 1 Q, , Q 2 Son15eri?ille,i'iYlass. Af, 14234 flfflr' l 9' r ' - " ..l' ' iii 5.E7'lgli3i?r""' D,gan's"lList.2-, 3, Canterbury'4QIii1iggf5Q3!l'Q5 1 i A 1'-f, 1: !-y, 1 :A ' ' " at ---- A A , 1 e.ii,,..fsi. .i,t. 1 ,. ... .-.. ..... fr5,f..,a e - FLOYD VVILLIAIVI VFEBSTER 80 King St, Swanlpscott, Mass. 13.5. ,... ZF15Chanicc1lE1zg1fmeermg -fiiiDeltaEl'au Delta, Sword and Shield, Vice-Presiflvy'S'6CEi6ty','A"'' Vice-Pres., Tower Cross, Vice-Pres., Sopll. C501 and Junior Class C515 Vice-Pres.g Varsity Club, ASME, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. HAROLD l'l.jWECl'lSLER 105-37 6-'Lth Ave. Forest Hills, N. Y. 5-S. Chemistry-Bfiology Phi Epsilon Pig Inter-l'ratornity Council, Lambert-Kingsley iocie5yiPre-Medical Society, Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Dean's lst , 1 . W1LLiAzy-11 IIENRY WEDDLETON ,J Draper St. ,f'X1?,Ql1Cll8St8l', Mass. - 'gf X N-, History N Sigma Pllig, National Nlagtizine CliapterXEditor 4-g '-'- 1i'2'2M3, fLQQW8l'di'fJOIU Club 1, 2,51 71-gxJunibo . Bgmglt-115: iHiSto1'ya?ClubC'1l'g Eclolwcissluiliiig Gnjigfiip. , 5 "-f S . , 1 2 's's'r1Q 2 " it 1" V' ig? M Q .iw Z 5.3 .?l,y3 'V,4 i X" , sui, I 1 ' RANDRLL Si'IQ!iN5YOOQ'fVVEBBiS 8 Wilde Avg. ' f " 4 Q 133-ml Hill, Penn. A.B. EQ if ,, 3 Q Sociolflgy Alpha Tau Omegag Oil'-Hill Club: Inter-frditernity Council, Vice-gliesideiitr4,aPi'esidentA :lg Civil f?Eiigiuk-:ei-ing Society: Phillips Brooks Glubg IEt1'ainl1ralsjfClass lVlarsl1al'l 2, NROTEC. i m . 'x ' is? . l 1 STERIIEN R0i?QEii'li WEIDMKN l 11.02 Broadgway ' 1 i Q Cambridge, ass. AqB. z . ' Z Goverzment luternafional Bclutignsglslistory Club 2, Baseball 1, 2, 2 ,.,,,f. ' 3' HL . .2 ' A 'Q ' . W D ' 1 1 . : ,K 'zzz i . fs ., , 'Qt - Alphthtaihigifggxi lJ5Q.,:S5t53wal'd, LlbI'1'1lfIQIlQ21IIll0l,QVICB-PI'6Sldf?I1lL . 4.g'I'11i'tii5s 'eiiklylgniiffarsitytBaselp.al,1ijMax1agei' 32-5Pi'gff1VIeclical i1yy i Society, . ,K vwlfftg t,.,,: by if It tll. ,. ,,,9- Q, 'DIANE IWSYNCES WEISUL 21 lloyle St. Norwood, Mass. A .B. English Dean's List 2, 35 'French Club 4-3 German Club fl-g Newman Club 1, 2, 3, fl-g Middle Hall 1, 2, 3, Ili. 183 -. .--,utllluql H PAUL CROSS XVELCH 6 Oiirie Square 1 -' I Salem, Mass. A.B.w,' '-'ll '2,V, Eff A Gozrerlmielzt lnterngrtlfoxial-fsflliilialicmsfllistory Club, Republican Club. A97 'K . "LiNDA I ELLEN WEN'1'W01z'r11 A C 1 , New York, N. Y. Sociology Oxford, Ohio, 'Ifennis 3, AOPi 3, l"lLt-iifgllifffilllln Sciqntze Club ll.. A Fi A ' if 'Sf ,ff f -- ffgg,,5'1 ',,,, 5 '-Iflfixlzgx A , A rf- 1 T3 :'- 4 C f 5r,ffi,Qwp3g ff V 1' ' Z , . A 25114 ANNE WIAHIZPJE ' 'A 'Q ' 137Salen1'SL. gil-1QQIfxz'tl1 Ar1d0vex,MaSS- AB- ' Q ,-ll,. , .l'u 2 A- '.E53'fd"0l0f-13' Sigma Kappa, Pan,-'Hellenicfllep'l3filQ?ir1'6sg??Sec'y. Q',2iPhi,IIips Brooks Club 2, 3, Yachtl'Cl'ub, Clgoxlijs 2ji15,,l?si Glli'f"'Dcshn's List 3,,Marlins 253, -L, Swimming Team 2,-3, +L" ' . : 0 SIIELDON SEYMOUR VVIIITE 57 Trident Ave. VVinLhrop, Mass. B.S. C heinical E1zgi1zeeri11,g AICHIE. L. Q7-f, Mx PAULINE RUTII WI'll'l'lEl'lE,ND 127 South SL. Aulnzrn, Mass. A .l3. History Phillips Brooks Club, Varsity Hockey, International llc- lallions-l'lisl,ory Club. l'lIl,LIi?'C. NVIIITMAN 23 llillside Ave. ,"i , A Somerville, Mass. .'l.B. I V - X " Gorermrzent mul. WAIIIREINCYVIGGIN 19 Ridge Hd. fa, A R ,, Vlfaban, Mass. AJ3, , "" li L- Evzglisll Delta Tau. Delta, Sing ,Leaddlf-13',,fGuide -I-, Transfer Oberlin, Tennis 2, Chorus 2, Od'ilcQni.2, 3,f1, 1'fiLIQHll1Ul'EllB.,2, 3, fl.,lVlay- orality Candidaite 3, Mayqr7s'.C.onncil fl-, .Middle Tlall 2, 3, 44, Weekly 3. A 'f i",, Af,ffT' , -- A hT'.g.iOsEr:fL, Winnie. 3? Ff?ie11dw-S?iE?f' ' ,i,. . Wake'ieldfEMi'il' .ff .B."l'-RQ is-3' V . 'I,1,X.,1- Az.lQ'A- 'ng 151, Middle' Hall? Cliifbg "International iw lmlgllages Club' fi -. "fbi ' -ii- " A f l A l-5iE9,Qf5ffiiE '?f' ".' U- . , wi. . A' i A 1 PHYLLlSlf'M'?YEXgW1,532f?l5'f'filf" 4l" A H9l'liIlgtiYl1iRd. I A . llby- 5. ',,' 'AYlfpb1n'n,-:NIass.- A 1 ? 'filgfgg , W ""X 1- flffflffl as ?Lis1i: i:g?c1fAc1u1l,f,i?wzrii.Is11QLa1'e fftlewfwewluau if Q-x,,:QEl'lhl?9 5c'Anli', ,'1fxQeasr,,-'I1,1Tfi'5fnggt,icyualiiildgglg-Ying? Club, lisfljiiisli Clflqliflsecpy' 4 'L L " K 'A -- A W wigs, ...N ,.., . , ' ' v A'i'EH'lqEST JOHN WILICINS 29 Bringum Rd. Brookline, MHSS- A.B. HiSl0V3' International llclahions-llisbory Club, Oil'-'Hill Club, Foreign Language Club, Mass. lmcrcollege LegislaLure, Intramural Sports. 184 ANNE MARION WISEMAN 41 Maplewood Ave. Bridgeport fl, Conn. B.S. Chemistry Chi Omegag Odikong 'l'ul't.s-Jackson Chorusg Modern Dance: Marlin Clubg Varsity Softhallg Chapel Choirg Chemistry Societyg Dean's Listg Dramutics. ROBERT ll. YVUOD Q 55 Q 13 Church St. , , "l?l'8'lll1llg'llZ1lIl. Mass. B1fS,C Electrical Ellgi1IC8Yi'lIg ' E115 liadigrQSocie1.y. Q i EDUARI S. W00llBUli:N' ' 138 Cross St., ' I "f' -' f Q1QMctl1ucn. Mass. ' B.S. V Q' ji iiE1l4Cz7'il7lllE71g'i?l66f'i71jj ima.. , P' 1 - y - V,1'C'l'U'li A., YVYLICK' Bgvgrly Rd, iblv V Harrison, N. Y AJS, " Q . Q - History Phi F silon PifDefin's List' Hillel: Weckl ' il iberal Union Jp s X Q ' v . y' A 'Q ' SDA Pres. fig Dchziting Cluhg .lumho Bookg International Reliitionggyl':l'istory Club. Q Q ' ,I Q i- T fcislmtn YAFFE i ,Q 4lq,lZQQgi3SslSt.f- . i ".'. -- Y M3ldcn,- 1Viass, Q BYSHFE 1-I '--,t ' iUechEmimlQEvgggiyggering 151nlzifaln111'olfSofbhall. QQ Q ,,,..1V ' ' ' if ' ,blr 1 A1iNOLD.MAj15,i1LS.LL ZACK -g 347 St.PaQu1'fSt, .,,. F -',' W,fnfofikximgmass. A.B. 'Q., .i":' L j,, , , ' "H Government AIpli21:'Epsilon' Pig lbuigi-Cfnbg 'Economics Clubg International Relations-History Club, Pres. fl-g Liberal Uniong Debating Societyg Hillelg Forensic Council, Pres. fig Pre-Legal Society. Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4.3 Mass. Intercollegiate Student Legis- latureg NCSAQ Tufts Weekly: Dcan's List 2. 3, fl. ISS JANIES HENRY YVILLIAWIS A .B . Q Q Economics Delta llpsilon, Stcwardg 1':C0ll0lll1CS Cluhg Newman Cluh. ff"5':,. CQWINICK 68-27 Exeter St? Q F' XX Forest Hills, N. Y. A .B. , ' N X, Government Phi EpsiloQggi?'P1'esMig"WcQiliiQi'S'qgQim--A.9l,ivitics Committeeg M ass. ml I age l.cgiilgat.i1l'e, .P1'r':?s5'fgfQQQ-gg f' Q . .Q fi 5""i' 1 : " ' i 5' . , ...A 1 M 1 gfgfzm.-1 ' '24, -Vx . f Q-,111 . l L., xj ! ,... QUQAQQ Q- Q lQ . i.'.1?"'.""'!""-Mf-- 35 Q ! I f 3 .. if 11oBfi2Mi.w5iiii1iss. . WISOR 1 . 01181804-.MPS2 4---'- 3 ' Ewzqirwqfggfgfiq' Q, 2-Q g n --ii Q Q1.Q.xig,5f1,iafi,L:i'f JOHN JAMES WIASE 21 Parker Ave. Arlington, Mass. ,MNB .S. B, V Chemical Engineering ----Sigma- Nug AICHE. President: Varsity Lacrosseg Varsity Cluhg Engineering.: Council. ll L V ll li' l . l. ,IEAN ELLA ZIM MERM AN 61 Highfield lid. Quincy, Mass. A .B . Economics Alpha Omicron Pi, Pan-Hellenic Council fl, VVesley Club 2, Economics Club 3, 41, Freshnian Counselor -'lg Dean's List 1. DAVID THEODORE ZUSSMAN 6 Rawson Rd. Brookline, Mass. A .B . Economics Phi Epsilon Pi, Varsity Clnh, Economics Club, Varsity Hockey fl, Freslnnan lfoothall. 'Va QL N rl NON-PICTORIALS ANTHONY H. ANTONUCCI 321 Lancaster St. Leominster, Mass. A .B . Gozferm11e1zl Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Foreign Policy Association. ROBERT MARIO BALDINI 8 Crosby St. Arlington, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering ROBERT LEE BLOMOUIST 28 Laird Rd. Medford, Mass. A .B . Psychology FREDERICK W. BUESSER, JR. 102 Chelsea St. East Boston, Mass. B.S. Jllecl1a111fmlE11gi11oori11g A.S.M.E. 3, fl-. DANIEL WARREN CRESSEY 131 Brown St. Westbrook, Me. A .B. Sociology HUBERT P. CUSHMAN 21 George St. VVinthrop, Mass. A .B. Economics SUMNER FOSS HALEY Pleasant St. Ronley, Mass. A .B . Ed ucaliowz WARREN STOV ER l-IALEY 9142 l'lig:hland Ave. Medford, Mass. A ,B, English THOMAS .I . HOLLAND 65 Farnnm St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Geology Delta Upsilong WVrestling, Theater, Sword and Shield. JOHN L. HOLMAN, JR. 26 Gray Gardens E. Cambridge, Mass. A .B . Sociology Tufts Astronomical Society, Skinner lfellowsliip. RICHARD LYON HOUGHTON 83 Jackson St. North Attlehoro, Mass. B.S. Clzcmistry-Biology JOHN JOSEPH KELAIIER 70 Washington Sq. Salem, Mass. B .S . Electrical E7Zg1.7lC6Ti7lg Golf 2, fl-3 A.l.E.E. 1, 2, 3,1113 Varsity Club. ELIZABETII C. KLEMER CMRSJ 350 Broadway North Attlehoro, Mass. WlLI.IAM THOMAS LLOYD 623 Central Ave. Cederhnrst, N. Y. .fl .B. Economics Alpha Sigma Phi, Treas. -1-3 Freshman Basketball, Lacrosse, Newman Club, Economies Club, A.S.M.l'l. ,IANICE MacNElLL 15 Sycamore Ave. Fair Haven, N. J. A .B . Soriology Sigma Kappa 2, 3, -1-, Psi Chi 2, 3, -ll. Q r A lf. xx! ww HAROLD N. MARENBURG 229 Columbia Rd. Dorchester, Mass. B-S. CfIl'Jllf.Yl7"V Chemistry Soeiety. RENEE MARCELLE MARY 18-li llart St.. Beverly Farina, Mass. A .B. Freud: BURTON GEORGE MeCONClIIE T Wnyte Rd. Bedford, Mass. B.S. ilfeclzaniml Enginrerivzg LIEWIS DOW M UTTY 5 Sudbury Rd. Concord, Mass. 13.5. lI!t5li!lll1liCtll E7Lgi'IllfUfiILg Zeta Psig Newman Club, VVardroom Club, A.S.M.E. ROBERT B U R LINGA M E NOBLE I9 Kodaya Rd. Waban. Mass. B.S. Chemical E1Zg'l:7IB6l'1:7Zg Alpha Tau Omegag A.I.C.I'I.E., Student and National, Baseball. RALPII PUFFER NORRIS 8 Oakland St. Natick, Mass. A .B. Economics Pre-Legal Society 3. fly: Congregational Club 1, 2. 3, flig Rodin Society 3, ft, Econ- omics Club 3, fl-3 National Student Associ- ation 3, fl-g I.li.-H. Club 3, fl, United VVorld Federalist 3, flg Massachusetts lntereollefzial.e Legislature 3. -ll. JOHN MICHAEL O'BRlEN 55 .Edwin St. N. Quincy, Mass. 13.5. Elmrtrifczzl Engineering A.l.E.E. WILLIAM BENJAMIN PA R ADIS 36 Iligh St. Rockport, Mass. B .S. Jlleclzrmicul E7l'KQ'i7lI'L'f A.S.lVI.li.q Open House. ERNEST FRED PECCI 23 Clinton St. Everett, Mass. B.S. Biology Camera Club, NROTCQ Pliotography Editor of Weekly, Jumbo Book, See. ol' Student Couneilg lntrmmiral Sportsg Newman Club. NANCY .IANE OUINT 6 I- Ridge Ave. Newton Centre, Mass. .il .l3. Sofinlngy-1"i11f' Arlx WARREN WILSON RICII I8 Ronald Rd. Arlington. Mass. B Che-nl ical E7Igi7ll'l'Y'i7Ig A.l.Ch. li. 2, 3, -'I-: Cross Country I, 2, IIlI,l'IIIlIlIl'3I Uoll' Ig Varsity Club, Il. -I. ,IOSEPII ISAAC STONE 327 Clark Rd. Brookline. Mass. A .B. Economics Phi lipsilon Pig Soccer, Squash, Swim- mingg Economies Club, llillel. STEPIIEN I'. TOADVINE, III 268 White Rd. Little Silver. N. .l. A .B . Sociology Theta Delta Chi,Shield Editor Il, -1-3 Inter- fraternity Athletic Couneil Sedy. 'I-9 Nlayor Council 33 Mayor fl-3 NROTCg Tufts Traeerg Iuterfraternity Wrestling 157 Champ 2, 35 Swimmingg Cross Coun- try Ski Team, Phillips-Brooks Club. E. FRANCIS WAY Apt. L-I Stearns Village, Medford, Mass. A .B . EIIIICIIIIOIL Al"ROTC. ROBERT ALLEN WEAVER IC6 Stearns Village Medl'ord, Mass. B 9 General IZIIKIIIGUVTIIIH AQMIQ. itumy ,1,u':on wi-zwzm., Jn. 216 Virginia Ave. Sturgis, Mich. A .B . Gl'l'1llll1I German Club GEORGE RICIIARID WVIIITIC 57 Warren St. Peabody, Moss. A .B . l's,vcl1ulngy ROBERT MARSHALL ZINMAN N38 IC. 38 St. Brooklyn, N. Y. A .I3. GOZ'L'f7IH10llI Alpha Ifipsilon Pi. Correa. Scribe 2, Scribe 3, Lt. Master' fl., Tufts Weekly, lVlanugiug.5 Editor 3, Editor-in-Chiel' 'tg Debating Team, Forensic Council, Treasurer 2, President 33 lnterl'raternity Connell, Seeretary-Treasurer -li: Tufts Student Council 3, fl-3 Young Republican Club, Treasurer, IQISIBIIIIONVlEI'-I"Ol'-IIIWSSIIIIEIII. Club, Pres.g Deaufs List. Che Greak Wvrld ' 'mg I W, .l, Platt, Zinman, Davix, Thom zz, Pr Gl'IlIJfI1g, Swain, Halliday. 'VEB xJ N Interfratcfiiity Council The Tufts College Interfraternity Council was founded for the purpose of stimulating good fellowship among the fraternal organizations and for regulating the activities of its components. VVitl1 these goals as a focal point, the Council takes charge of the homecoming festivities and has fostered inter-house parties throughout the year. The I.F.C. has organized the new Interfraternity Athletic Council which is now i11 charge of all inter-house athletics. The fight against discrimination has been continued with all houses now cooperating in the Tufts College I.F.C. plan to improve the rushing policies of the national fraterni- ties. The Council has taken the responsi- bility of caring for the expenses of an Italian war o1'phan and has set up a pro- gram which gives all DP students at the college free meals for the full year. The 1952-1953 record reflects the democratic principles of the Tufts fra- ternities and emphasizes the importance of social development for college men. Y Weeks, Faxtijf Gaguen, Silloway, Wefbsle: along the row . . . Fairbamki, jacoby, Clough, Bnllarrl, Likely, Folsom, javvbi. a nic J Co il Making ready for the Cmzzly Cotilliwz. ,u g.- A A. l The Pan-Hellenic Council of Jackson College is composed of two active mem- bers of each of the four national sororities on I-lillg Alpha. Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi Umega, and Sigma Kappa. The purposes of the council, as the active governing body of the Pan-Hellenic Asso- ciation of which all Jackson sorority women are members, are to maintain sorority life and inter-sorority relations on a high plane, to further intellectual ac- complishment and sound scholarship, and to compile rules governing rushing on this campus. This past fall the Council has spon- sored various activities to introduce tl1e freshmen to sorority life. A marshmallow roast behind the Jackson Gym started things off on a informal note. Next came the annual Pan-Hellenic tea in the Jack- son Lounge. A Round Robin, at which the freshman girls saw the sorority rooms and had further opportunity to meet the sisters followed. These events were cul- minated by the semi-formal "Candy Cotillion" held in Cousens Gym. The award of the silver Pan-Hellenic Scholar- ship Cup went to Alpha Xi Delta this vear. H Am! pzfferyou jinixb mapping . . . It',r quiet now - but wait. Poxerl pifture - pledge mziling i i in l i .un-ua-nu --.u urn... l nun- nm v 4 ..n ,.. . ' ' at E il' - i T' LALPHAI ' l E i EPSILON PM a i rr Q E i wtr g i oo a f is csc I I f , ,:V.,. I 1 ::Q:..:. W Ti g. q D -5 ,.,,, ....- 1 :,iM,,,i.t.!49 53i ..i.l. we I ,egg ,, ,- ' Q F X 1 I I ,...... I ...,, gp .,.... gigomigqig . .1.. , , t T . , , A t Q, Gi' ' ,rv f "WE 5 T lf' L4 3 l gp-ml ,. .. V E ..,, ,i.i,.,.,.gj ... ... it 4 ,,., W Vg:..i.a.fHA. A..A, l.j,LLg,L:f:g, , M .Z p . "'A ,i . """"' l, rqfpba gpdfilanc i Alpha Epsilon Pi, established at Alpha Epsilon Pi helievesstrongly Tufts College in 19-L0 when the Blu Chap- in the policy of having a well-rounded ter of Sigma Omega Psi together G.. t. g5,,i5 1,,g ood, and has among its members rest of its New England fraternity W'iM"" 1Ia'Vf"' he president of tl1e Student joined Alpha Epsilon Pi, today 3, Q1 Council, the editor of the Wieekly, ranks as one of the top chapters iQ'LxQ-Q2-he :E fs' the president of the Forensic in the national chain. A RQ Council, and representatives on On the academic side of col ff l5f33L'f53i1'fn every varsity athletic team at Tufts. The AEPi,s social life was tops as usual. Two formals and many costume parties were highlights of the social season. Eta Deuteron has received in the past, the coveted Jumbo award for scholarship, with many brothers claiming membership in Pl1i Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Psi Chi, and Lambert-Kingsley. ,L F ,Jr ff 2 A J 9 at ,. f-A 5 'aw E23 -we Q 1 X45 3 J'- 'V2 . Yi ' ,,, 1 ff? V K ' ,N -' In . 'W,,,wf" j A 2,5 was 5 5.2 QE 'K-f sf 2 'A iii- 9? if S A Lv?- -v. we I A IWJPCP A iiu , z WH ' Q CPE f iiiii . Si 1 ' V-3, ,gf X , felt: X , Q7 . "" N ,,...w'.'f' li,' la, 2525 7 MTM "4" , "" xr.. M. 'if 'f',,.,i-,Nf,,1f'g.ls.,fi'f 'n" i n ,'vxL M VAQA' 5 .,,,, Q -,. A . MSHA-szema-PH: "' W A Q ' all ' .1 s s a a 2. 12. 1 fiiwkmdlggmi- Mlibiffi. ,... i """' Y. ""'. ,, 'fllif ' I N1 1 TUFTS sorties r ' I 1 mpinlfl "',""". WYQSQI' Sffllai-. "'K"' . ,V ,,l .. ,T-,t.., Evsliffliib . Mflfu . ""L' . WHIiQ-n,., J r j Q i ' Q 1 :F tifggj 155 iff! . ,,,.,. .... E ..,,.. r .,A,, I .Q . - ,.. . QTWA. , ..Ww.. 2 g lbq r .. an AA N p rs- Q i Q f if j . .., .,,, . .,,. -. ..... ..1 , i 1.,. - ll Iqlflkd Sigma hi The Alpha Sigma Phi House origin- competition on both the athletic field ated decades ago when a g1'oup of Tufts- and in the gym for the Christmas sing. men formed the Commons Club. Their membership in many of the Through the years a local Greek ',A.,h,."'.,-,,.., lubs on Hill have made the letter fraternity, Delta Phi Sigma, ii A " fippies well known around Tufts. replaced that social club, which A leading social house on Hill, later became Tau Chapter of Alpha he Alpha Sigs are proud of their Kappa Pi. Beta Iota Chapter of f nautical Rathskeller, the Kippie Alpha Sigma Phi was established 5, Cave which was the setting this when the two nationals merged. 'X J year for its famous German party. This fall the Kippies, IF C can- i -4' Their Spring Formal at Magnolia- didate was elected Queen. Their spirit By-The-Sea is the highlight of the social of co-operation was demonstrated when season. the Kippies gave the largest quantitity of Their motto, "The cause is hidden, blood to the blood drive this fall. They the results well known" is the goal of actively participated in interfraternity V every member of the Beta Iota Chapter. The A.T.O.5 and al quiet bu!! Jexxiofz. N0 time hr that now, Billy. The :fool mls go wild. ,2 f 1 ltwlldltll "' " " ' 'A 8. 81. 2.1 a' 111.1155 1 Y.AA 'ii2'f3jf'i,v1'9 "' 1 au11sa11w2111 W2s P-ilu? .. ,.....A EVf!i.., in .-. E 42 1 ,V.. NLUFT5 ' 1 1 1 31 Mb'-- y , ' 41 N A mx 1 5 .J I W l ll l oi n 1121c 1l isle 41,1112 7au omega G2111111121 Beta of Alpha T21u IIIIICQQZIV ted door-to-door 'f2lSl1l01l, for the S0111- NVIINS est21blished Hit Tufts i11 1893, 21,1161 is erville l,l7l6t0C0llI'lt so111edisti115uisl1ed 11161 P11'ties 21t tl1e A.T.O. House are well-known, begi1111i11g with Rush Co111111u11ity Fund Drive. 11110115 its 1lu11111i Scl1ol1sti- 2 . 2 0 , . 2 2 0 . 21 . I 2 2 cally, the A.T.U.s this ye211'l121v X, gf Wleelis Cowboy Hoe-down 2111d Q . - f ' 2 I 2 . 1 . , .2 . , , . , ., x '-' ' 1 2 '2 2 2 2 2 cli11121Xed by 21 tl'2l1ClltlOHELl new Brothers, p21rty. Tl1e brothers have 21 llillltl i11 the fun on tl1e CZLDIIJUS, 21s well 21s shirling i11 tl1e lHtI'2L111ll1'2Ll A11 A.T.0. i1111ov21tion i11 COI11 'ln tics. This spirit l121s fostered il b0lld ity service, i'Help-lVeek" l11StG2Lil of which 1llZLliCS the lll6llllJCI'S doubly 21w21re "Hell-VVeek," l121s d6l110IlStI'iLllCCl the fr21- of the slogan: "Once 2111 A.T.0., 21lw21.ys ternity's desire for service to society. This 2111 A.T.O." past ye21.r every 1112111 i11 the Cl121pter solici- tl1eJd1st111ctio11 of being: the 011 Q lr1ter11itV It Tufts bei11Q' rcpre- ,- 2 y sented i11 both honor 113 Societies FKTTX Phi Bet 1 Ix 1pp 1 md T Ill Bet 1 Pi. , 7 H L' . f ' ,. 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A N V . Y A ., ry M ix Y ,,4i z.v 4 . t. .-:,,,,.. g:.g, 1 Y:- ':--- v -,-..:.:,, ' kk 4 -1 C1 E 4 E vi 5: -V -5: t :Zi yi , -ax . REA . - , , Q , -::V,- -:-:: ,qw A ,D Xl W I l ' 5 0 W W-M-M -M We 'Q"""" 'A' nge-, "" Mc' 2 -2313 "" Til !Q1'i'Tg.-u . 'f"A' "W T Qi?" W rra T, c ,ici a.- a.a c cn M l i ll . .. A, , i 3 ...,K .. . I , H, .Bahia 760 mezza- Delta Tau Delta, one of the oldest for instruction and advice. established national Greek letter fra- Highlighting the activities of Beta ternities, was founded at Bethan lege, Wfest Virginia, in 1859. At present the national fraternity has 7 ,000 undergraduate inenibers in 841 chapters. Delta Tau Delta was the first national fI'2Ll',6ll1ltS to de- mand adequate scholastic perfoi 111- lnce oi' its members and to api j Col- Mu ar -. 1 4 Q , v 'Z,.. v nnt 1 sen, e their annual preholiday Christ- mas party for some of Boston's underprivileged children, vocal victories in the college sings, and eagel participation in the intra- muial sporting events. The bioth- eis and pledges Elle well reple- in 1 uits extra-curriculai activ ities. z ' ' - . 2 . " ' ' - - " - ' scholastic officer on its governing boa1'd. hflanv gala parties, such as the an- Following the theory of brotherly nual Spring Formal at hlagnolia and the leadership, the Delts have established DTD-TV party, have contributed to a pledge-advisor system whereby each make Beta hfu a top campus representa- pledge is assigned to an upperclassnian tive on the College Hill. . A Jweet, yoj? D. U. tune. Only one book, and five in the comzre. MCQlliI16 rbalkf up one V "' r K.-. 2 V . . E P.: Z i i s ' F M 'fmff l MQW' "", Ml, M, ,uns . can Wwe. . ,s.,..,,..- ,W tl ,-' ljwigs .A aMs'VVsl : -- I -QYVMQR 'el-23: 'A-' asf - 1 7 3 "': s ,. DELTA UPSILON' ff ' .,', IA. z fn 2 l "V" ll ,N Al m"" M"i .il f'.'f.wllfx"F '1fl'l52 ill,jss'?'3E f' 7 wl1'f, 'T' -irllmff h' L it li ' ' ..:, - l TUFTS 2 V fs I. at it it Q M .1., M. o .... ,, W. , , L COLLEGE A.. Q i to Q Q or o s r , ,2.v.:,V L :i,,,i,.i.. l :ir A Y ir..i...a,.j.. Q ..., ,.... En- V....... . E 4i.T.'...JiK-+V-l.,.,,... ...ww ..,. a,.,'.,.,, 3 ,u,..,.., X if ii s l u E if? so i a l 31 a s E Q Dill -l:--. W ,fig J s Qi y Q -1-:Q VZ: EX K A 1 .fi 1 5 : A .L E I t ' I T js:3:Ti1 . .. '.!L 'pls "". giggle- ,D FW" 'M L J' '- Q' A' i -- I t h ' y 1 Q f ,,,..w,, U... ,,. ....,... ,..t,, - ..... .M AL . 5 ....,...M,,..,, , 1 . A .,..hM.MW4 Bella Wpetilan Delta Upsilon appeared on the na- ter Carnival with its attendant snow tional scene as a non-secret fraternity at sculpture, and intramural sports. VVillian1s College in 19341. Established at Socially, the D.U. House has been Tufts College in 1886, Delta Up- M noted for its annual Gay Ninety silon still maintains its original QR,--fy Q.-3, Review, the Christnias and Spring non-secret, progressive standards. Q-7 leg,-"' forinals, and especially for its Delta Upsilon has constantly V Alumni Party in April. adhered to its slogan 'EA D.U. in Delta Upsilonis foremost everything, every D.U. in some- ideals, the advancenient of justice, thing," by being diversely repre- Q-, Kgs the promotion of friendship, and sented in every phase of college 'ii ' the diffusion of liberal culture life. The piJIJlllill'D.I.l. band, available on are ever present goals for the Chapter, all occasions, has become synonymous and are the standards set up for all in- with school spirit at Tufts. coming inenibers at one hundred fourteen Coinpetitively, the D.U.'s have par- Professors Row. ticipated in the Christmas Sing, the Wrin- 5v--..-f....- fl' AQ! Phi Epy watch the game en mmfe. ' Aim' the devil makex three. .QP -.f Some .rtwztegy 4zj?er lzmcb. he e2 12.5 s 1 l rf ' J : In V . , l . A:': ' W l W " 3' ""1..s..,-..f-. ln-.. . PHI N it 2 EPSILON Pl .. . - ccc l fy. WS p I ,., 1 ,,.-- Q ' .. I : i . .----- - N: v.'A 4 t 4 - .2 ,I y Q ...W..,..1g5...T..-1:gi'1g.ii.-...si- .figi.ii-Ms ..., .QIQl....,..,.g I9 53 H l D 2 P V' P In 1 Q. . A . -,Q nu- I . .. ' V E L ..g. .. r iTUFTS COLLEGE f i l 3 M P' A-P it l - vi , ii, M . V . ' ,:J gi. ., .. , f.-Q - . :. . : ,... i " , P L r . " c 4 l ' 2 i , 2 4 1 ..,.... i P l T- . , - .s-.i.W.-... ...M W.. ..-s . .. T ...Iii .. .... a . . .. . .... A.' i ... an - . 22 g E' iv N l j ....1 z lm N ig, Nyzfifiwxw ' i ...i .. - .nn .mm . H . A .wim..... V E .,,,.,,,.:X ,gwil A' hi gpftilan i .I he Omicron Chapter of Phi lmpsilon Dean's list, tl1e Phi Epis participated ac- Pi was established on the Hill in 1916 by tively as niembers of various honor soci- fiXe men. Since then it has steadily eties and clubs. 'lheir enthusiastic sup- tivel11en1be1'Sl1ip. ' f"' i., Campaign has shown them to be 'lhe activities ot the Phi Fp s l xx are inanv and vaiied. 'Xthleticallx 'gl they can boast of having leple- sentatives on t.he football. hockey, 1,2 swimming, lacrosse, and track ',, 3 ,Qi both loy al suppoi ters and ingenious workers. Parties :LIC also gala occasions ' '71 J J at the I hi Ep House, climaxed by -- n- their Spring Formal Dance. Their W Y grown until now it has a large ac- :?,f5K5.n33 port in Tufts, annual lVIayoral.ty .. . , L J L. . Q - . , . 1 . . - i . if ! I' S ,.. .K . - - ff' :fi . -.-.L .. L rt-4211 , teams. In intramural athletics ' they won the football championship for this year. Scholastically, the Phi Ep's were presented the Jumbo Award this year. Besides having a large number of men on skits are well-known around Tufts for the ability and cleverness which goes into them. The Phi Ep's a1'e thus an integral part of college life, contributing much varied talent in a wide scope of fields and campus activities. 5 i Y Spezzdilzg an evening at home. The roarizzg zwezztiex Ima? nothing on mr. Artiftry at 114 Czzrtix Stree! 3 u . ,..,... 1 3 4 5-S' 'Y' fv ' , up 1 T iq T F. ..- .1 ...... ..- F mm.. 1 l . 4 , . , A Nj X - X X 4 .. s -...M . -au... ,,. V 1 ww , 1 Eve V f I gglir il ,-.. 7 p p 3- Macau 1 at o - 1 1 Q 1 ss' l 1 'Zi 39 1 , 4 : Z : E 1 E 1 .1 Tusrs T 2 . 1 N' ' L 1 itll? 1 -as GGQLEGE A Z , 1 I 'f v:f1:"i::fisrz "l' L.':1::-4,ss,:'if.2i:.,i,--,.ss ,, W.- s-,..,,s.,....! ,c:1"'zg:tr:si,l,,fv1:g:g4,.,'.g11,3r,:w,,W:M , A, 1 1 " - at Q as .1 r f' Y .+,.,. 5 6 A .V l ' ' l ' -l 4 ' 2 , ....... ..,.. . ! -- -..., ., ..:.. -L ...... -W-H. I 4.,..., ,. .,Q.,i, jug ,... ..,.., ...... . ....,.i. 1 .,..f ,......... ..,.,--.,,... p .. ...V l . l I gf 1 e 3,11 1 i .iii S 15' 1 ' 1 TT 1 1 ai n 1 1 r 1 1 nun 1-ms i uv.. qu. .1-virgin In wi mn -W. . nun. H! i Y gt nr -N ,ji Sigma fVu Belonging to 117 active chapters, able to note among its members represen- Sigma Nu, founded at Y.lVI.I. m 1869. is tatives in Tau Beta Pl, Lambert-Kingsley one of the oldest and largest nationa ,nd Sigma Xi. The Sigma Nu's have num- . , r ,B . . t, 2 . , k 1 . . , . 2 . , ' Sk F .l I V fraternities. I-Iowever, the Zeta Eta. Qhapter, installed in the fall of 1950, is the Youngest member of the local fraternities on campus. Stemming from the local Phi Delta Fraternity reorganized in 1949 ' 'aff ff 'X as Ll. after 17 dormant years, the group ha.s quickly matured in size and in activity. From its beginning the brotherhood has fostered the ideals of leadership by participation in campus activities. Dur- ing the past year the chapter has been Nu soc beied as many is three club p1es1- dents and hat e had Iepiesentation in the Sword md Shield and Ivy Societies. They were also widelb represented in sports as team members and managers. Sigma ial activities are well known by all Tufts men for their spirit and fun. The annual Roaring Twenties Party in the fall, the Christmas Pledge Formal, and the VVh1te Rose Formal in the spring are eagerly awaited events. ff :nm Aamgyv W ,E 3855 is :Sm 'xg -1 4-W I A, , i -Mig X 62+ , x ,w ,ima 'gif 9 LQ, ' Vj -" fxfj'E. f p 1 4? is :lg , 'gl fmw V45 'U in ' -f '15, ' ' Kvmzifgxmfg-.X 4 V NN?FvTy3f"'x1 as L -as 1 ' Q . 5, Y 'gw mf w. , .iii Mmm il F A x 1-, - uk W M 4 -' M N, .5 S x E .gf , 'aw :Q 1 Mis .- 5 , ww H 7 K st A, T Wqgammwwk Viv Y M H E L3 -,MN 'Naam 'lf' 1" " L 1 5 'nw R Q'W'A?,-" , ' 2 X! f if .,2yzNs. ,K M- J ww - it My 4 4 J in 2 'f 4 awww ' wwf Ax X1 5? .5 My yn 5212 i K4 ' ,wwf ' ,,..,.,-'M ,M fd V Mm' - ' .Q Qwwf 4? ,Q ,A ff ' wifi' ' ". 1 gf-fm-Y if HQ N 5? nl 5 M3 Q' , Wa , i E: -Zi'-f' . ,N., 9- W ' '- ' " sz.-me --' -c-Munn-Q ...mul-... . A ..qK.,-,-w 1- -w.,-1ms- -M n-1-02305, -M ..,. 1, W . ,. 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WT M M -,- h.v:, as Q Mom- .iM,,i,,f,x.,. ,mek-ii W .NM- - suv ,, -1- vM'?Qh--s:'s-lv M2132--fi,:Qg:.1--a,,w4,KWtf?"'M'9.z-QQ-fy:--.-.. ll ,ew sm 3. - 2 5, ,, 2 Q -f We jg,-1,, ,Sfff25,S2.t,,-ii,-i'f,32W..,. fm--,-. . .- " ' it G r ' W F AZ. H ii X-'fl 'i.'Q3?.i -f LSE 3319.515 x-5' ' '7fzel'a Bella G ' Theta Delta C hi was horn on Octo- ber 31, 18447 ut Union College. Schenec- Cioncert and the Cliristinzxs Pledge Lor- mul. while the Spring Formal and Picnic tady. N.Y. Kappa, the oldest Clmrge in rounds out the year. continuous existence, will celebrate 515765, . 4 its 100th zmn1ve1'sa.ry in 1956. 'O .P-QQ-,gg ' uling its long lnstoix 'lhctx Q f outstanding men to Tufts, includ- of Rfjwj ing four out of the seven presidents 'thy-af' of the college. This year the house Representatives of Theta Delta. Chi will be found on every varsity teani, honor society, and A r-1 n D lnll. lhe house is well represented in l11tl'2l111L1l'2l.l athletics as well, liav- ing won in tl1e past two legs on the . ., ',. - t-.4 M, .' ' I ' ' K L f' .Q . . . Delta Chi has contributed many ,QRS A X50 . extra-curriculur 0l'0'21111Z21t1011 on 1 f shares with the college the loss of its out- standing graduzxte. President Cil,l'l1llCll2l6l. The Thete House is the scene of inuny outstanding after-the-gzune pm-ties, with an extra. large turnout for Horne- coniing. The Fall Social season is high- lighted hy the annual Dixieland .lzlzz new F1-ophy of Trophies. Last year lnuch of t.he H011-21CHd6111lC entliusiasin of the brothers was directed to Brother Steve "Bo Jest' T oadvine's 1112LyOl'2Llty Campaign. Theta Delta. Chi continues its na.- tional policy of providing a. "social lilb0l'2lt0I'V. ' ' , Some mul 1110011-zlzmic. Am! .rlae .nzyx to laim . . . Mealtime topic: -with zbe Zelex Q "" fffl wtiw " T-gals,- 'TS' , QTFTR' gm s N, I- .... .... ..:,: 3 : Z G I V- -::- E - Q - ,,. :- V y V I- 2 Xin! Q , . .,,,,,,3,. l , .., . M ,', l 1 W A 'V ' 1 XKLV ..' - , - 5 X I 3 ..,-. , ,I Q- I. f, .Ht + Ag I :Ee -f.. .-:--- fip 7 . -, 1 in Q .itg p ...,Y i ' I TUFTS ,I ..,.. . g. ....., ..,,H-lmgfi L c - A K--Mf ' if zzz ' :-2 l 1 lllal ' ft T il Z COLLEGE an is i Q A ' w si I Q 1955 5 T il it 2 ' ' Z A Z Z or to . o r ' ' 1 1 1 4 g I Ei i qiv Q i ...."'fQ--,.. "M ..-ffflln - "" """'L.. ,t,-lf121" ,..a,,,,ffff"ff' .,,. ,. 'f'ff"'f'f ., 'f'f'1T"ff..,,,i l l fella pai Only three years after the founding of Tufts College five men established Campaign, VVinter Carnival. and Home- Tufts' first fraternity, the Kappa Chap- oining, the Zete spirit never lags. This ter of Zeta. Psi, which has since same spirit is evident in the social then played a significant role in -XX life at the Zete House. gy 1 An active group in every hlayoralty fi Z VA Sv the history of the college. 7 X. i t- - ' A' t A ' e'- The Zete House aims to havf-I FMC lil vidual personality, the promotion i L .' I Q i yu 1 V A X1f'x"Fl"f1' 'lhe enlalgenient ot the indi each niember participate in at kf6f"J1:'T2r"j fliendships, and the develop- least one worthwhile eXtra-curricu- " I " ' lllellt of scholarship keynote the lar activity, Thus, the Zetes a.re wel ai111s of Zeta Psi. Their long-standing policy of maintaining a small, closely represented in college organizations. In athletics the Zetes have nienibers integrated nienibership has made it pos- competing in all varsity squads, and are sible for Zeta Psi to foster both individual proud to have their brothers as co-cap- growth and group achievement. tains of the swimniing team. i:f:':f 5-fi"i1'1if.' .-. 'lil-i1'2iElf5'H75,3' liz.-fi 1 'Q z'- .',nf'5 ri, 1, ' vi-" iw' f X l c i -4 l LU? upon the zvivlaecf mzge. Azul fl lo zfely time wax had by all. We are the girh F0111 A.O.Pi. -N-'2!"'5r-5 :giggling ' '- ' "'-' I1,.I:..,i-E., - - -EL '. .3:':':"2"+?i::.':.5- .Es :':' , f-'-:EH-:-: "H " ' '5I1TE'Ef':i.-.fir-1 i5f1"5'7F"f DMZ: ,- 3' L Q. g .,,,: . V Q if , ...- ti i ' E . -l - -.M ma. fn. .unit-.Q mn. U.. c ' s um- - ,- ss l - Mg, . .A S, .aw .. SQ? J. as M. .... W.. Qll l fll l - .V A Y 7: . .. x s ri . ,A 'f l A M-...,. I ....,..... ...wi .............. I ALPHA' OMICRON Pl -,Oli iilp is I . f 3. f A .D u 'W 'Sn 1. , .,. ,.- W L' 4 " P if TUFTS e g Q . Q . l 'jj comics f ik' i I ,-f4A lil . . A 4955 ' vi ' il ' l l... .a:...l..,,..'tfL-l,i't'::'7 .al,...'1f'fZIf"'fA. fl"'W"7.,, .. W, We 7 ---S-- I -- r . l . -1. W ,.,, K r , , P , 2 lf F l W - P ' a . fl P il ij' V It .... I l 14 lfzfza Qmicaan i groups. Under its code of high the chapter has sponsored many worthwhile projects. Foremost among their phil- anthropic Work is the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky, which thev aid both financially Delta Chapter of Alpha cJlUlCl'O11 Pi, inter-sorority cookout in the fall, a. founded in 1909, is one of 5.5 national Homecoming Tea, a welcoming Dessert ideals for Dean Jeffers and their patrons, and a Q lVIothe1 s D LX' Tea. Deltas lush n . Q , E . ,Sk 2 J a . 9 4 f , O arties centered around Showlooat o Y - J . Y I ' . X 1 ' I r c ' s v n' :sbt l C " 0 z a f a . Q C 5 B 1' S 9 Alla, 8 .-I1 and N ight it the Theatle themes 'mftel which the new pledges weie given LbI1'1Clll6t. An annutl Foun- der s Day Dinner and the VVl1ite and materially with boxes of clot Q. T - Pledge Ball are high spots in their Besides providing baskets at Thanks- social season. giving and Christmas for the needy in Alpha Omicron Pi emphasizes the llledford, the AOPi's also plan activities need for friendly co-operation in all of its to help the lliedford Community Center. many activities, both the social and the This vear's social events included an hilanthro Jic. . P l Tfaofe devils are plmmizzg Jometlzizzg. Did you bear the one 41110111 . . . When il'.r romzcl-up time in Q :A:, Q 1 , Q . . Q l li , A W D ::. W 'W 1-i ii 2 no r V : 1: l a rr . ctsr . - . W 1 . ,L -I , 'Q-, l ...,. .... , L . .... ,..-..,.... .,..,. . ,.,:,. w ..,. l .,...4...u.,.. .,,..f.... WLM ' D DDD 'wwwwl I9 P: 53 f l - l 5 l A 1 ' 2 if-' ff E56 'A O l ,. 1 . l .A. ... . TUFTSGOLLEGE .4., - lc i l l A l y ' W A i D .s "i . l A i l 1 I... , ,. ,.,' Q .., .ull -I ri F EL 3 N 5 Fil WL ? f-:: -.',' K :-' 255 gf T 9 ws- lc' Q H W l .,N . X' ::E. Y L .1 :-- , KX I . V K , -.. I ff if - 3 25 Y-Ml-.., .... , L ...M l ,.1.. A lj. g .,... I .. E ... ,... -..sy ..n, . Q . rqfpfza Xie Bella Alpha Xi Delta, fostering the ideals of friendship, learning, and service, was founded in 1893 at Lombard College in Pledge Formal in February, and a Found- eris Day Banquet in the spring for active members and alumnae kept the sisters Galesbulg Illinois. One of Tigjdgaio own . busv. Dllllllg the season Chapter in 1907 was one ot N 'N 'lhwhuxmxxx also invited to speak at w - ' vv v . . - , A l ' L ' , L ll the 67 active groups, Lambd f V3-1'10US faculty lllembefs 1 ' n Y I I. ' X I A ' I l 1 I 7 I the first sororities established at Jackson. This year Alpha Xi Delta was again presented the Panhellenic Scholarship Cup for the highest scholastic rating of the four soro1'ities at Jackson. Alpha Xi Delta had a busy calendar this year, beginning with a shower for the rooms. During rushing season, the rooms were transformed into a hillbilly atmosphere. A Christmas Party, the their meetings. The sisters co-operated generously in their national fraternity's philan- thropic project in benefitting needy chil- dren in Brown County, Indiana. Institu- ting a Helper,s Day, in which the sisters sewed buttons and shined shoes, the Lambda Chapter was able to contribute substantially to this project. --'L'-'--llflir , . ,-Lf 'Jf3'if11f.2ff'f-:j',:ff 1-511-:L .T 145,-:i-.". A Chi -mx QFQQ wr O fzzzrzy. Heap big fm w-wow. 'z WF '.f33f5.,.g7 ,,.ai',, . QLW4?119?Z 5 Z 11 if 3,251 Q M SSTL M if 7 ', V1 L fm ss., Ui M Q.: I. The pfzdzflef fz1'eju,ft fo 1' eprerl. -: Y.. rL,HJV:5.VE:Y.E.V, I A W .,,., A J, A f A. n ,uma u. .E ,,,. A A 5 l Af e g I -ff - Ai. i aff 1 A JE AA -X ' aw, ' A A A ,1AA.Aik"'TA"f' W ,',,, A A1I1f.f':f7T'ifl'fiA-Aig "3' ' it ,mff"ffA,A,5 A A A 'X Ae kg A :-: A ' ' i lA l l l A, eg G. f ,A ,.,. I AA 2 ,CHI OMEGA, 4 A f AA fi? 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Q5-Agfwixlwg-H322-swglfgg. fs A, -'Lf:F'iF7r:I A" ' iz- F 52 AQIWFLTEA :gag ., A AL f z .A AA ,api i, i NA V: Ar, a it W AA AAANYQAXAAA- -,v n 2.3 Along with its 115 chapters, Chi Al- pha is always striving to fulfill its pur- poses of friendship, service to school ai - arship. R if f Chi aetixfities include early Nzkgrbmfq 'gg morning lI11tlZLtlO11S, an alumnae tea welcoming old friends back to ' the rooms, a Parents Luncheon, 9-J' and eminent authoress, to a lecture at the Jackson Gym. Chi O s are active in all fields, par- etles, and clubs. The proceeds from their food sales and peanut and apple sales at the football games are sent to worthy organizations, I i such as the Negro College Fund. l efu gmeqa -1 community, and creditable schol- 1 G ticipating in sports, honorary soci- g y . C Cb and a farewell banquet for the se n A Meetings are planned to further the ideals of a well rounded life by including speakers on foreign affairs, readings by poets, and round tables on vocations. This December Chi O welcomed Elsie Oakes Barber, a Chi Alpha Chi Omega active support to the Stearns' Village Nursery school is one of Chi O's well known activities. Chi Ois social season was packed this year with parties for the rooms, for its pledges, and a party for Kappa Sigma, her brother fraternity at NIAIAT. Sigma Kappaff amwer to Pfzrix. 1? i M :KL gf. Cofke and rlo-num' - fbi' a czzuxe. - Bull J'E.9'.fi07Z - jQmale flerxion , W- ' 1 453 ' s '4 " ., if -AG. PWM wgyqse wjii , g . W JJ" . -fu 2 ,-i-.f--Ham.2Af":r- Q' --wa. '1 nf. fiigffw' J, W 0350 "'g:q3'flv w, ' .5 '1 , . '11 f5R'56?f'Qi3Qw f Y 'lk '. 'J ff'7"i' A Q' -'ip :yin x f b X- N' H . .A 5 ,3 5-Q"5ff dsx., ' . ' f' 51- 1-:.:" . 'zrryi vw-, :, 21.-Q 'WJ' - Z. ' ,gfvf-Q-'9'L'7? f in? ,-: u'5.:. 'rs P -- .:.: - E JN ':3',, 1.'I ,f51sL Q WQW, mv, Ay v sa, 49-J, W .Y 131: JM :Q uf Q xci,A-MQ E px .X 1? any lkigrxvfx. .f"P'f": T" "F .w.,wg53N" 'lf Afigiwiix?--is ,'fQ"'.f:f:f J. 4 ff -Rf 2, ,, .f , wg Jvldqy, .4 ,b vw. , Q. 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V .... -.hm . .u. .... -.1 . . . .. D .... .. - .U-. N ---an-.U w- H-- ,- in t, i no l :': ., A -,iv .: ., '- Q uull Si Kappa Omicron of Sigma Kappa, estab- Initiation Ball, and plans for the senior lished on the Hill in 1913, is one of 59 going-away party, help to make the chapters having its founding at Colby Sigma spring also an active time. College in 1874. Throughout the The Sigma Kappa Philanthropic years it has endeavored to' main- Oo program consists of financial aid tain its standards of honor, friend- 0' 0. and clothing to the Maine Seacoast liness, and mutual cooperation. Wo hlission, a Sigma Kappa national Each year begins with agrand 0 ' project. Another event in the cleaning and redecorating project Q 'iq-'ia' . Sigma calendar is the annual on the rooms in preparation of the coming Christmas party given to the needy events. child1'en at the North Brighton Settleinent The Sigmas' activities include an House. 1 " inter-sorority speaker, the fall rush par- In all these many projects the Sig- ties with the traditional wedding, and mas take an enthusiastic part, showing many other events, including the annual the wide variety of its interests. -A 427 www, Y: . -6 We ' gf W, gg 54 if ' X R ,V A ' -Six, XLQ 4, U ,S Y M -f N W. I-Q, ' .ff S' - kin f Q Q5 - si xg, 1 V M gf, . 0 , . xx jaw A Q ,Y Y QR - we 'few A QQ EDITOR David Frazier LITERARY Natalie Sellirrzelli Louise Goss Myra Berger vii .le 'Q ' . i in Eg: is 1- VT if wires? A 25,2 ti 2. 4, ' Eel? , - figs 2 ,sy . it .L 1 ,. 5 1 ml, sis Q as wggglaa ' ' ' 7 V 313 '.:: ' l-iffy - V. V., ,iv-wmtw2,.s' ' W-Nw -9 sa t, ...mst t KM f-a,,,fm,,,-:gf .' W' if if si M21 is W . cf , ' -:vii '95-f-3-if 'sf :fit ' 'i 5.3:-:z,:: N ' - ' ' 4 N is 7 11 K sag! 1 Qyiis, 1 ft H-x so Q' Y - '43 if K cg if t n i"lJVVf3or plain l. 9 ' . .M ., pe QB, 1 t in . we S ,hr 'SY at 'rife 1 A I A Y me ' aa. 1' 112 ,1 , t x ,L we Dr. Nils Y. Wessell Acting President of the College Dr. Nil Acting President of Tufts College after being the country's youngest colle e vi ica's youngest dean. s Wessell has been appointed the g ce-president and Amer- Dr. Wessell was graduated from Lafayette College in 1935 with a B.S. degree. He did graduate lx . wot' in psychology at Brown Universit under Y Dr. Carmichael and in 1958 he received his Ph.D, degree at the University of Rochester. Dr. Wessell came to Tufts College in 1939 as Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and became Acting Chairman of the P h l syc oogy Department for two years. As a psychologist, he has done scientific and h ' ' ' mec anistic research on brain power and the effects of tl' activity. au itory stimulation of brain Our Acting President is a member of Sigma Xi, the national honorary scientific society, and ppa. He is also an honorary member of Phi Beta Ka a trustee of Lesley College in Cambrid re Massa- I, 7 Chusetts. john M Ratclrff Dean of Relzgzon Deanjohn M. Ratcliffjoined the Tufts College faculty in 1927. He became Dean of th'e4School of Religion in january, 1946 and has steadily enlarged the sphere and outlook of his department and has maintained the School of Religion on a level with the highest standards of religious education. Dr. Ratcliff was ordained in 1915 and has held many important posts in the religious field. Dr. Ratcliff passed away February 22, 1955. .. ,. W4 ,. .,,.-.,, Q Q . . Harry P. Burden Dean of Engineering Dean Harry P. Burden, a graduate of the University of Maine, has been a loyal Tufts professor for forty years. Under his leadership the Tufts College Engineering School has risen to prominence in educational circles. The Dean directs the Engineering School with extreme efliciency. Besides his administrative duties, he is always available to students for counseling and advice in their formative years. john P. Tilton Dean of Graduate School Dr.john P. Tilton, the Provost of Tufts College, is also the Director of the Division of Special Studies which entails the supervision of Tufts' seven afiiliate schools. In addition he is the Chairman of the Department of Education and Dean of the Graduate School. Dr. Tilton is a graduate of Colby College and received his Master of Education degree from Harvard in 1923. In that year he joined the Tufts faculty. He earned his Doctor of Education degree from Harvard in 1927. Dr. Tilton's oflice in North Hall is the center for his heterogeneous activities. Clifton W. Emery Assistant Demz of Liberal Arts Clifton W. Emery, the Director of Student Personnel, is the new Assistant Dean of the School of Liberal Arts. The harried Dr. Emery turns a sym- pathetic ear to every student problem, of which there are many. His duties are endlessg constant activity is the order of every day. Dr. Emery was graduated from Tufts in 1940 with a B.S. in Psychology and received his Ed.M. from Harvard in 1945. Seven years later, at Colum- bia, he earned his Ed.D. Dr. Emery arrived back at Tufts College in 1949 to be an Assistant Professor in Education, a position which he still holds. In 1951 he was made the Acting Director of Counseling. The Dean is a member of the American Psy- chological Association, the Eastern Assembly of Deans, the American College Personnel Associa- tion, Phi Delta Kappa, and a former Director of the Massachusetts Association for Mental Health. He has written various articles in professional journals. Katherine R. Jeffers Dean of-jackson Katharine R.jeffers is the new Dean ofjackson C lle e. The already well-liked and personable 0 g young Dean came to Tufts College from William and Mary College in Virginia where she was Assist- ant Dean of women. Miss Jeffers is also a pro- fessor of Biology having received her Ph.D. in Biology in 1932. The new Dean's ,appearance on the Tufts College campus at the beginning of the Second Century marks the beginning of a new era of educa- tional and cultural advancement. Missjeffets is a member of Sigma Xi, an alumna member of Phi Beta Kappa, and was a National Research Fellow at McGill University. She is a member of the American Society of Zoologists, the American Association of Anatomists, the Endocrine Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the National Association of Deans of Women. The Dean is a pleasant, friendly person, and a readily available source of help to students who ask for aid, to which many-Iackson girls will agree. aprt- J . - 5. 4- an . 5,5 , .22 T T Richard A. Kelley .Dean of Special Studies Richard A. Kelley, Dean of Special Studies, is also a member of the Department of Education at Tufts College. Although he is no longer in charge of student activities, his olfice in North Hall vibrates with activity each day, where his lively personality deals with student problems with sympathy and efficiency. Dean Kelley earned his B.S. and M.A. degrees in education at Tufts in 1937 and 1938. He served with the Navy in the Pacihc in World War II. The well-known and well-liked Dean has done much to better the lot of the undergraduate on the iTufts campus. ' ' A Grant Curtis Director of Admissions Grant E. Curtis is the Admissions Director of Tufts College and is Assistant ,Professor in the Department of Education. Mr. Curtis was gradu- ated rfrom Tufts in 1942. He then studied at the University of Chicago where he earned his Masters degree. Genial Grant travels countless miles each year as part of his duties and interviews some two thous- and applicants yearly. W. Stanton Yeager Director of Athletics Professor Yeager is the Director of Athletics at Tufts College. Under his capable leadership Brown and Blue teams in many sports have come to sectional and national prominence since his ap- pearance on the Hill in 1926. C Professor Yeager is a professor of Physical Education, having played varsity football at Iowa Teachers College and Springheld College. His chief interest these days is track. I 1 'Em f Q wr 5 '33 . N 5 JAN T. FRIIS F I Direczor 0 f Ml!jlIfEll6llll'6' ss, P Hg if .saw 5 1 ,1 pina ,Qu ,, RAYMOND L. WALKLEY A Libmrimz VIOLA SALTMAR SH T Di1'ertor 0 Plcllffillfllf h ? f CECELIA B. VAN AUKEN , ' Public' Relations JOSEPH W. MORTON EDWARD 1. SHEA 'A ' Afffffffff OHM spam Pffbzfmy Biology Back Row: Dr. Roysg Mr. Smythe, Prof. Carpenter, Ph.D., Mr. Sames, Assoc. Prof. Sweet, Ph.D., Front row: Mrs. Hayward, Miss Weianr, Prof. Roeder, M.A., Not pictured: Profjeffers, Ph.D. Chemistry Bark Row: Assoc. Prof. Eddy, A.B. Brown, A.M., Ph.D. Princeton, Ass't. Prof. Evans, A.B. Princeton, Ph.D. Harvard, Assoc. Prof. Messet, A.B., Ph.D. johns Hopkins, Assoc. Prof. Greenwood, B.S. Dickinson, A.M. Pennsylvania State, Ph.D. U. of Minnesota, Assoc. Prof. Gibb, B.S. Bowdoin, Ph.D. M.I.T. Front Row: Assoc. Prof. Littlefield, S.B. Boston University, A.M. Princeton, Prof. Baker, B.S., M.S. Tufts, Assoc. Prof. Doleman, B.S., M.S. Tufts, Ph.D. M.I.T. Physics Back Row: Ass't. Prof. Bostick, B.S., Ph.D. U. of Chicago, Mr. Frost, B.S. Tufts, A.M. Harvard, Sc.D. M.I.T., Ass't. Prof. Bartnoff, A.B., A.M. Syracuse, Ph.D. M.I.T., Miss McCarthy, A.B., M.S. Tufts, Ass't Prof. Stevens, B.S., M.S. Tufts, Mr. Woodsum, B.S., A.M. Tufts. Front Row: Prof. Pore, M.S. Ohio Stare, Assoc. Prof. Knight, B.S. Dartmouth, Prof. Ballard, A.M. Pomona, A.M., Ph.D. U. of Calif., Assoc. Prof. Coombs, B.S. Wesleyan, A.M., Ph.D. Boston University. Mathematics Bark Row: Ass't. Prof. Weintraub, Ph.D. Harvard, Ass't. Prof. Kozelka, B.A. U. of Minnesota, M.A., Ph.D. Harvard, Mr. Bishop, S.M. Chicago, Mr. Aaboe, C.M. Copenhagan, Ass't. Prof. Penico, A.B., Ph.D. U. of Pennsylvania, Ass't. Prof. Putnam, S.B. M.I.T. Front Row: Prof. Mergendahl, B.S., M.S. Tufts, Prof. Clarkson, A.B. Dartmouth, Ph.D. Brown, Assoc. Prof. Graustein, B.A. Wellesley, A.M., Ph.D. Radcliffe, Prof. Fulton, B.A. Acadia, M.S., Ph.D. U. of Michigan. ..L amz... Psychology Back Row: Bennett, Ph.D., Mr. Wulfeckg Asst. Prof. Fordyce, Ed.M. Front Row: Asst. Prof. Seronsy, Ph.D.g Prof. Mead, Ph.D.g Crook, Ph.D.g Asst. Prof. Hall, Ph.D. Sociology Lej? to Right: Mr. Carterg Prof. Wulsin, Ph.D.g Prof. Stearns, M.D., Sc.D.g Asst. Prof. Ullman, Ed.M., Ph.D.g DeMone, A.M. Education Back Row: Asst. Prof. Wellington, M.A., Ph.D., Asst. Prof. Marshall, M.A., Ph.D., Asst. Prof. Strawbridge, M.A.g Asst. Prof. Curtis, A.M., Mr. Schmidt. Front Row: Asst. Prof. Emery, Ed.D.g Dearborn, Ed.D.g Dean Tilton, Ed.D.g Andree, Ed.D.g Dean Kelley, Ed.M. Classics and Philosophy Back Row: Prof. johnson, A.M. Oxford, Ph.D. U. of Wis- consing Mr. Fairchild, Ph.D. Northwestern. Front Row: Prof. Wyatt, A.B. Centre, A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Ass't. Prof. Wyatt, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Radclilfe, Ed.M. Harvard. Economics t Back Row: Mr. Ernst, B.S. Boston College, A.M. Boston University, Ass't. Prof. Enright, A.B. College of Puget Sound, M.B.A. Northwestern, Ass't. Prof. Bridgman, A.B. Amherst, A.M. Harvard. Front Ro-uz' Prof, Houston, B.Sa, Tufts, L.L.B. Northeastern, L.H.D. Tufts, Assoc. Prof. Manly, B.S. Wooster, M.A. Tufts, Ph.D. Harvard, Assoc. Prof. Smith, A.B. Swarthmore, M.A., Ph.D. Columbia, Prof. Halm, Ph.D. U. of Munich. Geology Mr. Eschman, A.B. Denison, A.M. Harvard, Mt, Noble, B.S. Tufts, M.S. U. of New Mexico. I ..,,i Y . . History Bark Row: Ass't. Prof. R. Miller, Ph.D., A.M. Princeton, A.M, Princeton, A.M., A.B. U. of Florida, Ass't. Prof. Abbott, A.B. Tufts, A.M., Ph.D. Fletcher. Frou! Row: Prof. Imlah, A.B. Brit. College, A.M. Clark, Ph.D. Harvardg Prof. Bartlett, A.B. Ohio University, A.M. Cincinnati University, Ph.D. Ohio State. Government Prof. Miller, A.M., Litt.D. Tufts, Prof. Houston, B.Sa. Tufts, L.L.B. Northeastern, L,H.D. Tufts, Mr. Eliot, B.S., A.M. Boston University, A.M. Harvard, Mrs. George Burch, A.B. Mount Holyoke, A.M. Bryn Mawr, Ph.D. Radcliffe. German Back Row: Ass't. Prof. Newton, A.B. Dartmouth, A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Assoc. Prof. Myrvaagnes, B.S. Bowdoin, A.M.. Ph.D. Cornell. Fran! Row: Mrs. L. Halm, Assoc Prof. Provine, A.M. Romance Languages Back Row: Assoc. Prof. Shapira, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Capt. King, B.S. U.S. Naval Academy, Mrs. Kimball, A B. Smith, A.M. Radcliffe, Mr. Saniuan, A.B. Woifard, A.M. Harvard. Front Row: Mrs. Balch, B.L., S.L. Sorbonne, Paris, A.M.U. of South Dakota, Prof. Gifford, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Ass't. Prof. Whittredge, A.B. Wellesley, A.M. Radcliffe, Ph.D. Bryn Mawr. English Bark Row: Mr. C. Miller, A.B., A.M. Oberlin, Mr. Potter, A.B., A.M. Wesleyan, Mr. Brown, A.B. Tufts, A.M. Colum- bia, Mrs. Van Auken, M.S., Mr. L'I-Iomme, A.B., A.M. Tufts, Mr. Donnell, A.B. Princeton, A.M. Harvard, Mr. Prof. Flint, A.M. Tufts, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Assoc. Prof. N. Birk, A.B. Centre, A.M. Tufts, Prof. Files, A.B. Dart- mouth, A.M. Harvard, Prof. Blanchard, A.B. Clark, A.M., Ph.D. Harvard, Prof. Myrick, A.M. U. of Michigan, A.B., Ph.D. Harvard, Assoc. Prof. Holmes, B.S. Tufts, Ass't. Prof. G. Birk, A.B. Rockford, A.M. Tufts. Marsh, A.B. Clark, A.M. B.U. Front Row: Assoc. Drama and Speech Back Ro-zu: Mr. Ellison, A.B., A.M. Cambridge, Mt. Kahn, A.B. Rutgers, Mr. Wright, A.B. Harvard, B. Litr. Oxford. Front Row: Prof. Balch, A.B. Kalamazoo, A.M., Ph.D. Har- vard, Assoc. Prof. Woodruff, A.B. Oberlin, A.M. Western Reserve, Ph.D. Cornell. . Y .1 Mechanical Engineering Buck Row: Ass't. Prof. Astill, B.S. U. of R. I., M.A.E. Chrysler Institute of Engineering, Ass't. Prof. Harrington, B.M.E. Clarkson, M.S. Case Institute of Technology, Ass't. Prof. Vannah, B.S. U. of Maine, M.S. Harvard. Fran! Row: Assoc. Prof. Fittz, B.S. Tufts, Prof. MacNaughton, M.E. Cornellg Assoc. Prof. Leavitt, B.S. Tufts. Physical Education Back Row: Frank Alexander, Trainer, Clarence Dussault, Track Coachg C. Arthur, John Bohn, Soccer Coach, W. Gtimshaw, Freshman Basketball and Football Coach, Clarence Houston, Athletic Association, Timothy Ring, Lacrosse Coach, Edward Shea, Intramural Athletics. Front Row: W. Stanton Yeager, Director of Athletics, Paul Richmond, School Physician, jit Ricker, Baseball Coach, Larry Palmer, Swimming Coachg Fred Ellis, Football and Basketball Coach, Sam Ruggieri, Wrestling Coach. Civil Engineering Prof. F. N. Weaver, P. A. Dunkerley. Electrical Engineering Lej? to Right: Asst. Prof. Higginbotharn, M.S., Assoc. Prof. Hammond, M.S., Prof. Howell, Sc.D.g Asst. Profjacksong Assoc. Prof. Warner, Mr. Maskalenko, M.S. .. ,, Music Ass'r. Prof. King, B. Mus.g Prof. Stone, Mus. D. Religion Buck Row: Asst. Prof. Cole, S.T.B.g Rev. Mr. Savilleg Mr. Milligang Assoc. Prof. Ashton, Th.D.g From Row: Dean Ratcliffe, Ed.D.g Cohon, D.D. MfSgl. Hayex, GMO Tlyrczfher, DKC Tfzylor, BEI'I1tli'!lj', A. Mahaney, YNCR. Frenrls, FCCR. Ro zertm 11. Lt. R. Amfzzirlozz, j. Wbite, LCDR W. Whitaker, Maj, B. Bnufditrb, Lf. W. Lyxter. Ji . e, we i . Ally, Bowclitrb f1ll.fJ'il7g . . . Come on, jerk. Smile. The Tufts Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps is one of fifty-two colleges in the United States charged with the duty of providing officers for the fleet. Tufts officers had an outstanding record during Tvorld Wlar Two. Captain Southworth is the new commanding officer of the unit. Commander Roundtree is executive officer and Senior instructor in naval machinery and leadership. Lieutenant Shep- herd is the Junior Instructor in navigation and lieutenant O,Neil is the Sophomore instructor in gunnery. Lieutenant Cmdr. Whitaker and lieutenant Coogan instruct the freslnnen in the basic orientation course. Prerefzt m'm.f . . . Now. ROTC AFROTC i l 1 i Cdflf. Greer, Capt. P Hecomovzrb Capt Litllejolm Capt Hutrlsnzf Maj. S. Paul Col Hardy Maj D Halle!! The Air Force Reserve Oflicers Training Corps of Tufts College was organized in 1951 to prepare junior officers for every branch of the Air Force. Il offers a regular academic course to supplement those regularly offered by the college leading to a baccalaureate clegrec. The Air Science courses are cliviclecl into hasie political geography and arlvancefl general air power for the first two years. Drill is eonrluctecl every Friday afternoon. In the last two years, the cadet specializes in his ficlcl which is deter- niinecl by his major subject. The conimancling oflicer is Colonel Robert F. Hardy. "If that the rigbz romwa1ul?" O11 parade 4 Acknowledgement Another yea1', another step forward-in Tufts College, in yearbooks. . .a new approach for the highlights ofthe college year. The All-College Jumbo Book has tried to present a picture of Tufts-as it is, as we shall remember it. Its success cannot be measured when you leaf through the pages this year, next year, or the year after. It cannot be measured by profits, production, or prizes. Its worth is noted in years .to come, when these pages reflect this year, as you re- member it, as the part you played in it. There is much credit due to many persons. The editors of the sections, Norma Leard, Bill Matteson, A1 Aron, Laures Terry, Jan Jacoby, Bob Powers, Bill YVeddleton, Veronica DiMento, Vin lVIainiero, Cynthia Reynolds, and Dave Frazier, did a fine job in following their sections through from the start. The 1953 Jumbo Book also acknowledges the efforts of the following: Professor John Holmes, for the use of his magnificent prose and poetry depict- ing each month and 'for the section title, "This is the campus . . fi Dr. Russell Carpenter, for his fine assistance. Don McLean and Chird Boonyaratevez, for their long hours with the photography. Because the basis of the book is pictures, the efforts of Don and his photography, and Chird and his excellent developing and printing techniques were a major link in the production of the Jumbo Book. Lou Pacini, Associate Editor, for much of the re-writing, captions, fore- word and other of his literary masterpieces and for his effective story-reading of "Pogo,' in the publications room. Marie Joy, Jackson Editor, for many long hours gathering copy, typing and editing. Frank Reed, Business Manage1', for efficient and productive managing of the Jumbo Book funds. . Jack Saglio, Associate Editor, for his ideas and decisions on layouts and de- signs. 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