Tufts University - Jumbo Yearbook (Medford, MA)

 - Class of 1957

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f 1 I 5 Q , l 'l .' W g . 4 .,i 1 1 ,Y Q 1 1 Q 2 3, I. Q L , 1 wp. ff! , 'ge if gi f- - ". if 44 A' '. I vs 3. r V f Eli , , ' ..,-. 15 . 4 i 1 P i 1 E E, L i H H 5 1, There are the great gates, and the small doors, Some open always, none of them always shut. What's inside? we asked, and walked through. Well, what? we can ask ourselves now. What? Now that we've opened them all, and gone in, Come out and gone in these hundreds of days, We know it was something of ourselves we found And that within something of ourselves stays. There are doors forever, this momentg this page In and out the ordinary doors, the great gates, We have passed. Next year, for the next comers, It will be something of ourselves that waits. T gvl N U r 1" at gy! sf 1 S D si. 1 . I A :Q ,- . l. ., -N N 'U' fb brylw Q J Y it xx-n . 'w - -.yi 'L . .vfffi Q1 i -515121. , v , I ,, ?1.l -41 'H U . - . Wi' I I A v SX xx!! ' 1 7, Q . f X , ,Q ' q M , N-Q X ts Y... V , ? I .' ' - n P 15. -Q v. ,L .0 ? ,U U 143 1 A 1 . v n W xr f U. . 4 I ,Q Al rv' V 4 x N 5 . 5 5 , ,591 h , I R8 4 'L In In u,, 1 Mar x 9 1 ini .Ha 'Q .,,. -,K jk hr gg , Sw J-, Wllllll I"0Ifl'l fA8 QAM!" Dear Classmates, Here is the 1957 Jumbo Book-our yearbook. There is much of the usual in it, but there are also some very special things, including new Holmes poems, photos a la "Life", and more. Last fall we asked John Holmes if he would write some poems especially for our yearbook, and he said he would. He has put into words the feelings most of us have had about college, and done it in a very clear, exciting, near and important way. We are very proud that he did it for this Jumbo Book, and want to say our thanks here, in print, so that it will be at least as permanent as the book. If you wondered "what's this for?" at the September Regi- stration when you were asked to put down the five things you felt you would remember most about Tufts, please turn to pages 8-37. Almost all of us said we would remember many of the same things: football, Mayoralty, dances, exams, getting to know people, but it also seems that our memories of Tufts will be as varied as we are, and we have tried to show that too. And as an "added attraction" we have used three full-color photographsg this is the first time since the Centennial Jumbo Book that color printing has been used. Because we believe that a yearbook should show more than it talks about, we have tried to keep the picture content high and the word content lowg we think we have succeeded. In fact, this is probably the longest single piece of writing in the entire book. Sincerely, I Z. Deirdre E. Giles Editor-in-Chief ,wma x wb' auch lim e. W B wi , and Fear! low mal Rest as FW P55 gmc how HHS 5111 il iii iw X REMEMBERING TUFTS FACULTY Bernard DeSi1none and Patricia Murphy, editors SENIORS Anita Gleicher, editor ORGANIZATIONS Charles Kevin Mullin, editor SPORTS Thomas Devlin and Sheila Gallivan, editors ACTIVITIES Matthew Moskowitz and Martha Casselman, editors FRATERNITIES Edward Farley and Barbara Clark, editors ADVERTISEMENTS CUNTAINED HEREIN 5 Illl. Nl.lllS'l'0N S. ll.1I,l'lI in J l 1 Xl KT' O fm rf-X VT- ' Pi ' i XJ' 2 . ' K ,Q 1 Sl i LIU LG Llll Tl 'if fr -4. LL ky HJ, Dr. Marston S. Balch is the head of the De- partment of Drama and Speech and is co- director of the Tufts Arena Theater. To those who lack the opportunity to know him better he appears solely as a man of culture -precise, detached, impersonal, a scholar and an academician. He is of course all these, but more, for those who do know him have learned that there is a store of warmth and understanding in him as well. Dr. Balch has contributed to many fields outside of Tufts. During the last war he was chief of French press and air analysis, chief of the cable desk of Allied Psychological Warfare, was decorated with the Medaille de la Reconnaissance, and was made Cheva- lier of the Legion d'Honneur. He is the au- thor or co-editor of several books, a member 1 iw' 1: il. i f was l la 1 Ly QD l lv' - ,...f six O O O of myriad speech, theater and language associations and a contributor to American, British and French periodicals. He is cur- rently on the play-choosing committee of the Boston Arts Festival and was a panel member in the "Waiting for Godot" discus- sions this year. As a teacher and director, Doc the is always called Docj is a perfectionist. He requires a student to do his best-and better. His "de- tachment" is actually the tendency to re- serve commendation until it is deserved. He applies this constant demand for improve- ment to himself as well, a fact which per- haps above all wins him the respect and admiration of everyone associated with him. It is an honor to dedicate the 1957 Jumbo Book to such a man. Wx TT, O k 74. ff' if. V, L 4 23 ci Us on U an no 9 eo nm an no on i QL . 1 ,e T' l' llfz CSN ': ' fl ' L LJ. Li Ki 'V Q su L In that unique four year period of time which is called college. a group of people- - in our case almost 500 people--are bound together by common work. common activ- ity. common experience. We. the class of 1957. are no different as a group from any other college class. but because we are also individuals. we have gone through these four years in an individual way. Perhaps from an outside point of view we have been acting. thinking. and doing the same things in the way of all other college generations: but we know differently. and we have al- ways known it. lt's just that until now we have not stopped to think about it. 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ASHTON Chaplain BENJAMIN B. HERSEY Dean of Crane Theological School -if Y.. ml L cf' H, f M-7? ,. " was 'Z Q N Q 3 XM. ' W. x. V N- f AA 1 ff , . .,1 i, ETOX 00l ERSEY DONALD G. ABBOTT Director of Publications VIOLA SALTMARSH Director of Placement CECILIA VAN AUKEN Director of Public Relations RAYMOND MAGRATH Comptroller CLARK HEATH College Physician CARITA LOVEJOY Director of Jackson Admissions GRANT CURTIS Director of Tufts Admissions FREDRICK P. NICKLESS, JR. Alumni Secretary I ,WAQQ 571 "There will be no cuts in this course. Assignments will be handed in on time. The final exam will take at least a full day's preparation." . . . "Per- sonally, I don't care whether you come to class or not-if you can pass the exams and do the papers, you'll pass the course." Professors are fan- tastic. No two alike. One minute you wonder how they can talk so long on one subject, and the next you're snowed under a flurry of facts, quotes, and cross-references. To all those who wonder how their profs have managed to teach them, under varying conditions and in the face of determined resistance, we dedicate this section . And to the professors. Education The growing popularity of Education courses and the excellent placement service of the Education department make this a busy group at Tufts. Doctor Marshall and Professor Well- ington are well known, especially by the many student teachers whose classes they have visited. Standing, left to right: Prof. Dallas Laskey, Prof. Ezra V. Saul, Prof. Lonie Rudd. Sit- ting, left to right: Prof. C. Burleigh Well- ington, Dep't Head: Dr. Daniel Marshall, Prof. M. Virginia Biggy, Prof. James R. Strawbridge. English The English department of Tufts is the largest undergraduate depart- ment having full-time instructors in the Liberal Arts School, Engineering, and School of Special Studies. The de- partment has been under the chair- manship of Doctor Harold H. Blanch- ard since 1927. First row, left to right: Mr. Harold G. Rid- lon, Mr. David E. Philips, Dr. William M. Milton, Mr. Albert F. McLean, Jr. Second row, left to right-: Dr. Wisner P. Kinne, Prof. Newman B. Birk, Dr. Kenneth O. Myrick, Dr. Harold H. Blanchard, Chair- man, Dr. Paul H. Flint, Prof. Genevieve B. Birk, Prof. John Holmes. Back row, left to right: Mr. Henry P. Coolidge, Mr. Stephen J. Bennett, Dr. Sylvan Barnet, Dr. Charles H. Vivian, Mr. Donald G. Abbott, Mr. John E. Higgins. ww v" 0 ,Q llflllglllll First ron Itft to ri ht Ra ' ' .' '. i g : .bbi Beryl D. Cohon. Dean Benjamin B. Hersey, Rev. Robert l.'ll Miller. Back row, left to right: Dr. Charles S. Milligan, Rev. Ernest Cas- sara. Dr. Eugene S. Ashton. The School of Religion has gone through its transitional period and is now a graduate school for the train- ing of liberal ministers. Dean Hersey is the Dean of the Crane Theological School. Under the school's guidance. the student ministers conduct weekly services in Crane Chapel. Sociology Sitting, left to right: Mrs. Mary R. Salis- bury, D1-, Albert D. Ullman, Chairman. Staiiding, left to right: Dr. H. Kent Geiger, Mr. Richard Salisbury, Mr. Robert Sokol. The Sociology department headed by Dr. Albert D. Ullman added two new members this year. They were Mr. Salisbury and Mr. Sokol. An extensive research project dealing with televi- sion and its effect upon the indivi- dual was conducted by the depart- ment, headed by Mr. Sokol and Dr. Geiger. Psychology Standing, left to right: Dr. Albert D. Ull- man, Prof. Ezra V. Saul, Prof. Paul Cole- man, Mr. Sampson, Prof. Bernard Harles- ton, Prof. John Coules, Prof. Joseph Wul- feck. Seated, left to right: Prof. Alice Palu- binskas, Dep't Head: Leonard C. Mead, Prof. Dorothea Crook, Prof. Donald De Voe. This year, the Psychology depart- ment witnessed many changes both in the curriculum and on the faculty. Courses were rearranged and new ones were added among which were Perception, taught by Dr. Coules, one of the additions to the department, and Psychology of Individual Differ- ences. Also added to the department was Dr. Harleston who replaced Dr. Hall who retired from active teaching last year. it 1 vii, - ,, . s Drama and Speech Doctor Marston Balch has headed the Drama department for the past twenty- one years. Under him, Miss Ruth Elder, and Dr. John Woodruff, this very vital department is the core of the theatrical life at Tufts. Under their supervision, one act plays are presented in the fall, and the three act "Studio" productions are seen in the spring. All of these plays are directed by Tufts students. In May the Department presented Eliot's "Murder In The Cathedral" as a dramatic reading, it was directed by Ruth Elder. Front row, left to right: Prof. Ruth D. Elder, Mr. Paul Tobias, Mr. Gerald Rosenzweig, Mr. William Slawson, Mr. Robert M. O'Neil. Back row: Mr. Derrick Samuelson, Dr. Marston Balch, Chairman, Dr. John Woodruff. Philosophy Courses in Philosophy are open and encouraged for students majoring in all fields. Various courses are offered ranging from Philosophy of Literature, Religion, Human Nature, Science, to the most recent course covering the cultural his- tory of India. Prof. George B. Burch and Ass't Prof. Dallas Laskey. Classics The Classics department this year, introduced a new course on "Classical Art and Archeology," taught by Mrs. Wyatt. Dr. Van Johnson is the head of the department. The student gains a knowledge of the intrinsic Value of the ancient cultures studied in this course. Standing, left to right: Dr. Frank Jones, Dr. Natalie Wyatt, Dep't Head: Dr. Van L. Johnson, Mr. William Kagdis. i, I ,f Fix 1' 15. I if K . is . I l Q. Q , S I - If k , History After Doctor Ruhl Bartlett transfer- red all his teaching to the Fletcher School. Professor Russell Miller step- ped in to head the department at Tufts. Mr. Parkman has taken over such courses as History of the United States, and American Foreign Policy. Sitting: Prof. Russell E. Miller. Chairman, Standing. left to right: Prof. Freeland K, Abbott. Mr. :X'.llJ1'CY L. Parkman, Prof, Al- bert H. lmlah. Government Upon the retirement of Dean George S. Miller, the chairmanship of the Government department passed to Professor James V. Elliott. Added to the department staff this year was Professor Gibson who taught Gov't I, Mrs. Sweet substituted for "Pop" Houston who was on leave of absence to attend the Olympic games in Mel- bourne, Australia as national presi- dent of the N.C.A.A. Mr. Sweet, Prof. James V. Elliott, Chair- man, Mrs. Burch. Economics The Economics courses are designed to equip the students with techniques of analysis which should prove val- uable to him in his life's work, and also enable him to give intelligent consideration to questions of public policy. Professor Lewis Manly is the chairman of the department. Seated, left to right: Dr. Harry Ernest, Prof. Howard Bridgeman, Prof. Lewis Man- ly, Prof. Daniel Gray, Prof. Stuart Rich. E MW? 2 Z Bolnanee Languages Headed by Dr. Gifford, the Romance Languages department offers courses in French, Spanish, Italian, and Rus- sian. These courses attempt to de- velop the ability to read the language, to express oneself clearly, orally and in Writing, and to understand it when it is spoken. Sitting, left to right: Dr. Elliott King Sha- pira, Dr. Seymor O. Simches, Dr. Ruth Whittredge, Dr. George H. Gifford, Chair- man. German An accurate comprehension and effec- tive use of the language as it is writ- ten and spoken today is the main concern of the German department, headed by Professor William K. Pro- vine. This was Professor Provine's fifth year as head of the department. Sitting, left to right: Dr. Kaspar O. Myrva- agnes, D1'. Marshall Newton, Mrs. Lore Halm, Prof. William K. Provine, Chairman, Prof. John C. Wells. Mathematics The Math department welcomed back Professor Aaboe and added Mr. Rob- ert Katz. Professor Clarkson is the department head. A Math Club WSIS organized this year for the first time and has had several guest lecturers to increase its popularity- d' , l ft to right: Mr. George Mum- ber Mr. Milon H. Cluff, Mr. Robert Katz, ,f As er Aaboe Prof George Klem. P - 7 ' y Sfaing, lift to right: Prof. Fulton, Dept Head: Prof. James Clarkson. Biology The Biology department is certainly one of the oldest and most popular de- partments on hill. More stlld6HtS major in Biology and Biology-Chem- istry than any other department. Headed by Doctor Paul Warren, the department is very instrumental for students seeking a career in the bio- logical and medical sciences. Standing, It-ft to right: Prof. Chester C. lioys, Mrs. Patricia Hayward, Prof. Herman ll. Sweet, Prof. Philip R. Ruck, Prof. Ken- neth Il. Rot-der, Prof. Russell Carpenter. Sitting, left to right: Prof. IPI. Mittlestaedt, Prof. lit-or-ge Sames, Miss Elizabeth Weiant. ll.-p't Ill-ad: Dr. Paul A. Warren. Air Science Marion Lloyd. a Jackson freshman, became the first woman in the his- tory of the Tufts A.F.R.O.T.C. to take an Air Science course. The pro- gram is designed to give future offi- cers practical training for their Air Force careers. Left to right: Captain Th b - C1 Hauck. Captain Pride. ur el, O ond wi Geology The Geology department is headed by Doctor Nichols and offers a vari- ety of courses which consider the structure, history, and development of the earth and its inhabitants as revealed in the rocks. Also teaching in the department is Doctor Charles Stearns, Dean of the College of Lib- eral Arts. Standing, left to right: Prof. Charles E. Stearns, Prof. Robert L. Nichols, Chairmang Prof. Henry E. Wenden. I In N Sitting: Mrs. Salmon, Secretary. Standing, left to right: Prof. Kenneth MacKillop, Chairman, Prof. William J. King. Music The expanding Music department, under Mr. K. MacKillop, presented two musicals this year, "The Devil and Daniel Web- ster," and "La Vie Parisiennef' It also pre- sented its annual Christmas and Spring concerts. The season closed With the tra- ditional Tufts Night at the Pops. J Lf .-... s A -wiht.. 0 A Vi . S32 fi . . 1 4 if Left to right: Prof. Russell T. Smith, Chair- man, Mr. Charles Price. Art Through a cooperative arrangement between Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Boston, stu- dents may elect certain courses at the school in creative Work for under- graduate credit. These courses in- clude Drawing, Painting, and Ceram- ics. Russell T. Smith is chairman of the department. Naval Science The N. R. O. T. C. plan at Tufts and at many other civil educational col- leges combines aspects of scholastic and military training for men Work- ing toward a commission in the Navy and Marine Corps. Captain Asserson is the commanding officer of the Tufts N. R. O. T. C. Standing, left to right: Lt. jr. James .K. Martin, Maj. John Misiewicz CU. S. Marine Corpsj, Lt. H. G. Schoonmaker, Capt. W. C. Asserson Jr., Cdr. J. A. Whitacre, LCddr. J. T. Sullivan. C henlistry Doctor Wilson was appointed Chairman of the Chemistry department succeeding Dr. C. Baker who died in 1954. Since that time, Dr. Paul Dole- man served as acting chairman of the department until the appointment of Doctor Wilson. The de- partment offers thorough basic training for engi- neers and for those interested in pursuing a med- ical career. Standing, left to right: Prof. J. C. Littlefield, Prof. Samuel Epstein, Prof. Gordon Evans, Prof. Fred Greenwood, Prof. Charles Messer, Prof. Thomas Gibb. Sitting: Mrs. Eliz- Bishop, Dep't Head: Prof. Kent Wilson, Prof. Robert y. H.-...li-1 Physics The department of Physics deals with all phases of science of the ex- ternal universe, provides a funda- mental background of engineering, chemistry, biology, and philosophy which is increasing in this scientific age. The department is headed by Doctor Knipp, Dep't Head: Dr. Knipp, Prof. Schaeps, Prof. Tessman, Prof. Malenka. 2nd Row: Prof. McCarthy, Prof. Combes, Prof. Hendrickson, Prof. Champion. Chemical Engineering Professor Leighton B. Smith is chairman of the Tufts University department of Chemical Engi- neering. Generally, this is a small department be- cause of the intensive program of study it re- quires in Chemistry and Engineering. Prof. Walter Pavelchek, Prof. Leighton B. Smith, Prof. Kenneth A. Van Wormer. Civil Engineering Professor Frederick Weaver is chair man of the Civil Engineering faculty. Professor Weaver has long been asso ciated with Tufts, having been ap pointed professor of Civil Engineer ing in 1919. The faculty Works in close conjunction with the Engineer- ing Graphics Department. Left to right, back: Prof. P. A. Dunkle, Prof. R. L. Lanaag. Left to right, front: Prof. F. M. Weaver, Prof. P. Rice. Mechanical Engineering The curriculum of the department teaches funda- mental principles, both practical and theoretical, that underlie the Work of the mechanical engineer, and keep him in touch with the latest professional and technical developments in the field. Standing, left to right: Prof. John Humphrey, Prof. Fred Nelson, Prof. Wilfred Rule, Prof. Earnest Leavitt, Prof. Raymond Fitty, Prof. Robert Harrington. Electrical Engineering The Department of Electrical Engineering pro- vides training in the broad field of Electrical En- gineering, emphasizing both the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject material. Stu- dents combine classroom work with practice in Well-equipped laboratories. Left to right: Prof. Pike, Prof. G. Hammond, Prof. Higgin- botham, Prof. Maskalenko, Mr. Proctor, Prof. J. L. Warner. .f ' . 'xii - X -L is .-I-'f 5'-K. ,fi ,te N v 4 .fi Ak 4 ' 1' ,yf ' ,c3p'ffi-i.53hi-Sym bfi .. ' ' "'fc4f..w C0 q":'-Qre. "ix f1..f5"N 4 . 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It might be much committed, built up big, and big bulletin-boarded, And still not be the gold time, the have and hold, the good old told long after, and told, and told, and told-again time. lt's probably the anytime, the many times, the time and time again time, The no particular time at all and I can't- remember-when time, that you'll remember best, some after- ten, now-and-then time. Some day a coat recalls, or by the way you wore your hair, or trees bare, But,not a he and she were there, not a who and who was there time, a really-care time, and I remember- exactly-where time. The times that we remember longest are the times we never knew we knew. The in-the-meantimes, the before and after teens times, the seen and lost, the tick click quick, the in- between times. SE l0Il 1 Freslnnlan Year, 1953-54 Having gone through four short, but loaded years, we look back to find what we have done and undergone. Freshman year started with Orientation Week. For the first time, we entered Cousens gym, and heard President Wessell's wel- come speech. The following weeks were hectic- Lucky Pierre Murdock's "in absentia" skit by a majorless Mayor's Council, conferences and tests. Dr. Nichol's immortal speech, gave us the extra- curricular impression of Tufts. But we got our academic impressions, too: the need for forti- tude and tolerance at registration--hours of wait- ing raised our endurance high enough to go through all the Bio I's, English I's and History I's. We went to table after table in search of we were not sure what, read the instruction sheet time after time hoping to grasp its strange logic, and left three hours later in hopes that we had reg- istered for the right courses. Then began hazing, the boys with beanies, and the girls with green bows and hair in pin curlers. Pray For Rain came on a crisp night, guaranteed to freeze any water, and much was hurled down on unwilling heads. The boys retaliated and founded the Cloak and Dagger to seek revenge on the all-mighty sophs. The girls went bunny-hop- ping across the campus with waste baskets, sweat-shirts and rain clothes. Our first Homecom- ing game was a victory over Williams, 12-9. Our first elections produced the following offi- cers: Presidents: Ed Farley and Frances Franchi 5 Vice-Presidents: Jordan Pepper and Charlene Harvey: Secretaries: Graham Wren and Norma Pereira: Treasurers: Gunner Rose and Barbara Clark: Marshals: Tom Cahill and Helen Gifford: Class Historian: Usha Nand. We had just started studying for second term when Mayoralty was here . . . and this time we really saw Tufts in glory and grandeur. Each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the co-eds met at the AEPi and Thete. All the poster parties, skits and parades were new to us. Bucky "P, T. Barnum" Spurr promised popcorn, beer, and cokes with genuine circus entertainment at each party. Hall: and the construction of Alumnae and Sweet Halls. This time we extended a welcome to the fresh- men and took them through hazing, the rope pull, Pray For Rain Night, and held them close to Frosh traditions. But we got our share too: stolen S 8: S paddles . . . the riots in Carmichael third floor . . . we were really provoked by the Frosh impertinence. Normie Wright, Dave Wells and Ralph Thomp- son were the pride of our class on the football field. This year, Nat Settimelli, '55, was the first Jackson Jumbo Book editor. And the IDC finally got permission for girls to visit in men's dorms. October sixteenth, Parents Day, was to become an annual tradition on the campus. That month, past "Prexy" Carmichael visited us, and the un- veiling of the Carmichael portrait took place. The class officers were: Presidents: George Fee and Helen Gifford: Vice-Presidents: Jordan Pepper and Julie Kedian Bowering: Secretaries: Haskell Kassler and Norma Pereira:.Treasurers: Gunner Rose and Charlene Harvey Hoar: Mar- shals: Edward Farley and Joan Dartnell. The second semester began with Winter Carni- val. Skit Night, Ugly Man Contest, Carnival Ball, Sock Hop and Jazz Concerts, sponsored by Mayor Bucky Spurr and his Council, kept us weeks back in our work. Faculty cooperated and entertained us-Dean Emery and his drums, Dean Jeffers, Doctor Shapira, and Mrs. Pal. The former Alpha Xi Delta and Zeta Psi were winners of the skits. The Carnival reached a lively end to the Jazz of Le Roy Perkins and his Excalibur Jazz at the Kursaal-and of course, this was a usnowless car- nival." In March, a petition was filed by President Wessel before the Commonwealth of Massachu- setts for Tufts to become a University. This year, too, the University education cost went up. As Sophomores, we had a Sports Day in Feb- ruary at Birchcroft Lodge in Jaffrey, N. H. We also held a tag day to cheer up the cheerleaders' uniforms-and the Easter Egg Hunt party for the underprivileged children of Cambridge. Marty "Zapata" Katz's parties featured Spanish- Mexican spirit with bull fights, jazz bands, tor- tillas and beer. Mayoralty and the dance ended an enthusiastic year for us. Sophomore Year,l954-5 5 On returning, we found many changes on the campus. Carmichael lodged boys, Hodgdon, girls- the ROTC building no longer in the Kursaalg the old Kursaal moved to the "pine room" in Curtis If? May, we went wild as Audrey "Annie Oak- 193' Hallberg, AOPi, defeated "Captain?" Dilli- hunt, Zeta PSI, to. become the first female, junior and off-Hiller Major in Tufts history. The campus was transformed into a wild west frontier filled Wlth C0Wb0TYS, Indi-RHS, and covered wagons and a world.of Roman legions, secret squadrons and -2 Questionmobile. The Zeta Psi buggy was found in front of the Hodgdon Hall front door, and kept glam' of theflafly eaters from their coffee and Oughnuts- .F.1na11Y, 011 May 13, Annie Oakley took on the traditional Top Hat for the following year. Junior Year, I955-56 The class officers were: Presidents: Norman Wright and Joan Dartnellg Vice-Presidents: Da- vid Wells and Julie K. Boweringg Secretaries: Carolyn O'Connor and Elizabeth Bergeron, Treas- urers: Haskell Kassler and Audrey Sapersteing Marshals: Thomas Cahill and Margaret Harsch. Many things had happened over the summer. Plans were made to renovate Ballou Hall, Norinne J acobus of our class had entertained GI's abroad, and above all, we had all come back full of en- thusiasm to celebrate the junior year of our col- lege career. With the help of Tufts' top gridster, Normie Wright, and Dave Wells and Paul Abrahamian, we defeated Bowdoin, Wesleyan, Amherst, Ro- chester, Upsala, but lost to Williams and Trinity. And we discovered a great player-"Zipper" Thompson. We'll never forget this year's Home- coming game. Rain, rain, and more rain. The game resembled water polo more than football, but the drenched crowd of 1000 braved the ele- ments and cheered the team to a victory over Ro- chester. It was this semester that the Tufts Radio Sta- tion finally took shape even after having trouble with cables and the maintenance department. New rooms for the sororities took the girls to Curtis Hall. Director of Admissions Curtis was proud to show the soon-famous color film, "How One College Educatesf' Was this what Tufts really looks like? In December, we had the first University convocation. The theme was "The Role of the Small University in Higher Education." Students, guests, friends and neighbors witnessed Roy E. Larsen, President of Time, Incorporated, with 200 delegates from American colleges and universities, in procession, discussion, speeches and presentation of honors. Spring was back again. The Jackson girls wore their junior jackets at the banquet in March. We had our Junior Dinner Dance at the Sherry Bilt- more--one of our best class functions. And then our class sponsored the first Ivy Weekend, instead of Junior Weekend. It started with the Spring Sing 3 a jazz concert by Oscar Peterson and the Tiger Town Five on Friday night 5 and then the Prom on Saturday night. The last day, the picnic was rained out, and we ended up at fraternity houses . . . free beer . . . etc. Mayoralty was here again. This time it was Tom "Nero" Denney and George "Nasty Nick" Deemys. We were back among poster parties and all the rest, and Nasty Nick won the Top Hat at the close of a feverish campaign. The year ended in many excitements. Tuition was raised again, and the Weekly's big headline caused some comment about it. At the Junior Class Day exercises, a new award was announced, and Frank Cogliano, '56, was the recipient of the first "Mr. Tufts" Dean Miller award. We were hit' hard this year by the cruel acci- dent that took two of our classmates and one senior-Charles Lund, Gemma Cifarelli and Fred Hill-just before Christmas vacation. Senior Year, IS56-57 Finally, we were in our last year of college. The year which was one of the most memorable in many respects. We started the year with a successful football season: the defeat of Har- vard, the burned T on the Harvard field, our campus red-painted with "Veritas," and our 5-1 season. Co-captains Normie Wright and Dave Wells, and "Zipper" Thompson brought glory to our class and the University. The administration abolished the mid-term exam schedule, but we still managed to have two on one day, as always. This year, we held a mock presidential election for the first time, with a landslide victory for President Eisenhower. The class officers for the senior year were: Presidents: Edward Kelly and Lois Almassyg Vice-Presidents: Courtney Bourns and Carol Su- dalterg Secretaries: Gerry Higgs and Nancy Cut- cliffeg Treasurers: Al Woodruff and Audrey Sap- ersteing Marshals: Dennis Gavanas and Polly Cummings. The officers and Senior Activities planned an exciting year. In October, we had a clam bake at Pocohontas Tavern, as part of the Harvard week- end-plenty of lobsters, clams and kegs of beer rolling down the hill. Mid-Winter Dance came next, held at the Statler. Then with February, came the fourth snowless Winter Carnival. All wondered where the Demys gold mine was when they saw the two band dance. Before long, we were giving final touches to our last college activities. The agenda was packed full, Baccalaureate service on June 2, Senior Week Activities, Tufts Night at the Pops, then our Class Day and Senior Prom at the Somerset Hotel, Alumni Day on June 8, and the climax, June 9th, Commencement Exercises. Four memorable years of college life . . .u and now we all wonder when we will meet again to recall the '53 to '57 years. Richard ll. Adair 995 Main Street lllngham, Mau. B.S. Physics Martin I. Alnbinder 261 Turrell Avenue So. Orange. N. .l. B.S. Biology lh-an's List l. 2. 3, 4: Lam- lwrl Kingsley 3. -tg Hillel 1: NVQ-ekly I. 2. 3. -tg Tuftuninn l. 2. -1: Chem Society 1: Pre- Mnl Society l. 2. 3. 4: Tufts Film Society 1. 2. Shirley .lane Anderson Park Avenue Centerville, Mass. B.S. Psychology Chi Omega Correa. Sect. 4: Dean's List 2. 3. -tg Psi Chi 3, 'l'rs.-ns. 4: Mayor's Council 2. 3: Congrepzational Club 13 l-'ield Hockey 21 Riding: 2. 3: Jumbo Hook Asst. Sr. Ed. -i: TMC 2. Zi: Freshman Counse- lor 3: Barnum Chorus 1. Albert Anzuoni 391 Rice Avenue Revere. Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Deltzi 'Tau Delta: Newman Club 2. 3. -tg lntrzi-Murals 2. 3. -l: Chem Society 3, -lg l'I'lNAlt?ll Society 2, 3, -I 3 Deutsche Yerin 3. 4: Off-Hill Club 3. 4. Alan Appelbaum 20 E. 33th Street New York. N. Y. A.B. History Phi Epsilon Pi. Sect.. Treas.: IFC YicePres. 3. 4: Derink List 1. 3, 43 Maj-'0r'S Coun- cil 4: Hillel 1. 2. 3. 45 Wm!-sly 3, 41 Tuftonian 3. 4 : Co-auth'-r Len Krensche: Phi Beta Kappa 4. Alfred James Ainbinder 261 Turrell Avenue So. Orange, N. J. A.B. English Dean's List 1. 2. 3, 4: Lambert Kingsley 4: Hillel 1, 2g Week- ly 1, 2. 3. 4: 'Fuftonian 2, 35 Pre-Med Society 1, 2. 3. 45 International Club 3, .13 Fo- rensic Council 3, 4: Tufts Film Society 1, 2. Lois Almassy 215 Cottage Street Bridgeport, Conn. A.B. Economics Sigma Kappa Rec. Sect. -lg Pan Hell 45 Dexin's List 3, 45 Jackson Student Council 4: Class President 43 Economics Club 2: Sect. 3, 4: Jackson Judiciary 3, 4. T. Theodore Anderson 76 Morton Street Waltham, Mass. fi' it B.S. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 1,' 2, 3, 4: AIEE- IRE 2, 3, 4. Sebastian J. Aparo 115 Washington Street New Britain, Conn. B.S. Chemistry Alpha Tau Omegag Basketball 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Chem Society 3, 4. Sheilah M. Archambault 131 West Elm Avenue Wollaston, Mass. A.B. English Alllha Omicron Pig Pan Hell 3, 43 Dean's List 2, 3, 41 Freshman Prize Essay 2: Drum Majorette Capt. 2, 3: Jumbo Book 3: Middle Hall 3. 4: French Club 2. 19 SE S S Jeffery Stewart Atwater Thomas Baer 68 Monroe Street 255 Ft. Washington Avenue Agawam, Mass. New York, N. Y. A.B, Sociology A.B. History Alpha Tau Omega Chairman Help Week Committeeg Dean's List 2, 3, 4: Alpha Kappa Delta 3, P1'Ogl'am 'Chairman 4- Skinner Fellowship 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4: Congrega- tional Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, R9- ligious Council Rep. 43 Band 2, 3. Donald R. Auray 533 N. Benson Road Fairfield, Conn. A.B. Economics Alpha Sigma Phig Lacrosse 1, 3, 43 Yacht Club 2. Phi Epsilon Pig Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Moses True Brown Prize 25 Tufts Student Coun- cil 43 IDC Recording Sect. 2, 33 Weekly 1, 2, 3, Editor 43 Band 2, 33 Debating Society 15 3 P's 3, 43 History Club 3, Executive Board 4g WTCR 1, 25 Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4. Sheila Mae Baker 39 Cary Avenue Chelsea, Mass. A.B. Sociology Alpha Kappa Delta 3, Vice- Pres. 45 Hillel 1, Prog. Chair- man 2, 3, 43 FTA 47 Off-Hill Club 1, 3, 4. Joan Elizabeth Banning Flanders Rd. Niantic, Conn. A.B. English Colby Junior College 5 Chi Omega 5 Middle Hall 3, 4 : Yacht Club 3, 4. Michael Sampson Baram 271 Gaskill Street Woonsocket, R. I. B-S- Civil Engineering Alpha. Epsilon Pig Mayor's Council 45 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 43 Lacrosse 23 Weekly 1, 43 ASCE 2, 3, 43 Freshman Coun- S9101' 4: Spanish Club 1. Robert W. Barber 21 Church Street Lynn, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering B.S. Chemistry Newman Club 1: Chem S0- ciety 2, 3, 43 AICHE 3543 Tufts Sport Car Club Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 4. FT Helen R. Barr 14 Oakhill Drive Arlington, Mass. A.B. Romance Languag0S French Club 33 Off-Hill Club 1. Henry F. Barry, Jr. 15 Churchill Road Boston, Mass. A.B. Sociology Swimming 13 International Club 3. E John Barry. JF- 34 Forest Street Lexington, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 3, 42 Tau Beta'PI 13 ASME 2, 3, 4 Recordmil Sect. UNIVERSITY 59 Charles I". llelhnnp 72 Vista Avenue Medford. Mau. Chemical Engineering FT Walter A. Berthiaume 22 Thatcher Street Hyde Park. Mann. B.S. Chemistry lh-nn'n List 1: Newman Club l. 2. Il. -l 3 Chem Society 2. 3. 4. fu l Paul Berton 61 Burget Avenue Medford, Mass. B.S. Mechnical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega, Vllorthy Usher: Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4: Tau Beta Pi 3. Catalogzer 4: Intra-Murals 2, 3. 4: ASME 2, 3, .15 Sports Car Club 3: TMC 2: Off-Hill Club 1, 2: Air Force Drill Team 1, Co- Capt 2, Capt. 3, 4. EB ITY Richard Bessette Pt. Breeze Webster, Mass. A.B. Economics Alpha Sigma Phi: Intrn-Muiw als 1. 2, 3. 4: Yacht Club 3. 4: Economics Club. 'i , I Daniel Blanchard .4 Dlx Street Winchester, Mass. A.B. History Conmeyzationnl Club 1, 4. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, C0.C,,,,l' 'litl-D-?-Cal: Chorus 13 Inter: na 'Ulm lib 3. 4: TMC , , - Off-Hill Club 1. 3 1' , e x r if , .B fxlx E , N 2 1 1 . ' 5. -vglif gl E- rv f- rj, . .- ,,, lvlf ".f,.i, pp" .Q-'1 nt, A Q .srl iggiwsti x .w ' ' rf 133523. Thomas V. Belles Counn . B B , IQ Williams Terrace 590 Re,:,.,sel'I lflglurrs Rgflgifg IBEUFZUC Howard Patrick Bowdring Bellows I-nlls, Nt. Mansfield. Ohio Burlinztgn ljliia 65 Pearson Avenue Chemical Engineering B.S. Mathematics B.S- Civii En sf' , Somervlne' Mass' ,tum lg Urcht-itra lg,-XIQH1-j ILS. Chemical Engineering ASCE 2 ,K 1 g'nee"'m5 AB- History Ll S li Till 4: Lama-r:i Delta Tau Delta Corres. Sect. ' I' I' Football 1. 2, 3, 4. U 4 Il, Vim-Pres. .lg Dean's List 33 l'pm:ret::itiunal Club 1, 23 Tun. nu I. 12. 3. Capt. 4: lntra- lloflk 1, L, Murals l. 2. 3. -5: Tufts Stu- dent Council 3. Sr. Rep. -lg TUWUY' CVUSS: S'-'-'niwl S: Shield: Class Vice-Pres. -lg Jumbr, . . re , ' Julie Kedian Bowering fMrH-J 16 Bellevue Street Medford, Mass. A.B, French Chi Omega, Rush Chairman 3: Dean's List 13 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 JAA Vice-Pres. 3: Basketball 3: Tennis 31 Field Hockey 23 Class Vice-Pres. 2. 33 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4- , 9 60 Robert W. Bozenhard 67 Marathon Street Arlington, Mass. A,B, Government Alpha Tau Omega Pledge Master, Secretary: IFC 2, 3: Congregational Club 1, 2, 3, 4: lntra-Murals 1. 2, 3, 43 Young Republicans 4. Gordon Bretscher 48 Melrose Street Arlington, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 2, 3, 4. Jayson S. Brodie 27 Johnston Road Dorchester, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Hillel 1. 2, 3, 4: ASME 2, 3, 4: Off-Hill Club 1, 2. Lawrence Eugene Brumbach, Jr. 4 Woodward Ave. Brockton, Mass. A.B. History Dean's List 3, 43 Chorus 4: grinch Club 4: History Club James Buckley 19 Frederick Street Belmont, Mass. B-S- Chemistry Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 2, 3: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3. William A. Brannigan 38 Donald Place East Rockaway, N. Y. A-B- Economics Zeta Psig Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Club 355 Mayor's Council 4g Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Club 43 Football 1: La- crosse 1, 3, 4: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Weekly 3, 4, Co-Au- thor Len Krensche 4: Tufton- ian 3, 4: Yacht Club 2, 3, 4. Charles Winston Broadbent, Jr. 97 James Street New Bedford, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Theta Delta Chi: Herald, Ath- letic Chairman: Basketball 1, 23 Sailing 3, 4: Weekly 3: Tuftonian Business Manager 4: ASCE 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 2, 3, 4. Jean Brokenshire P. O. Box 36 Orange City, Fla. B.S. Biology Alpha Omicron Pi: Pres. 4: JAA Sec. 43 Marlins 1, 2, Treas 3. David Buck 501 Highland Avenue So. Portland, Me. A.B. Government Theta Delta Chi, Treas. 4: Budget Committeeg Golf 2. 3, 4: TMC 1. Frances Kate Bulls Box 245 Tuskegee Institute, Ala. B.S. in Education Education Canterbury Club Sect. 2, 3, .43 Modern Dance 3, Sect. 4.3 Ell0t Pearson Student Council 2, 3, Pres. 4. , 61 W A David Warren Burke 53 Hlxerly' Sltrel llrookline. Mau. A.B. Economies l.uiL:i Club 3. l"""- it NNY- mzm Club l. 2. 3. 4: lllflvvf 'Prnt-L. l. 2: lnirzu-Blurals 17, .13 lllt' 3, l'r4-w. 4, Cliuiruian ul Juilirury, l'It'ulmr1iirs Clulv 2. Ii. l'ul-lirity hlauapfcr -S: UH-lllll Club l, Ig Mus-. Stu- wls-nt 1.1-gi:-luturu' 'l'rv:i:a, -l 2 Studi-nt Count-xl Traffic Com- lllt'-wluli. Matthew J. llurnn 74 I-'nrt llill Avenue Lowell. Mau. A.B. Economics Alplm Tau tlnwun: 3lnyor'H Council 3: Nt-wnmn Club l. I. 3. -13 NSR-ckly 3. .'XtlVl'l'liP4illLf .Q lhnsini-ax hlanxuzer -l: Ecu- numics Club l. 2. 3. 4: Yacht Club l: Young: ltvmilvlicnn:-r 2. 'l'rva:e. 3, l-In-c. VicmHl'rcs. -I. Thomann Cahill 6 Earl Avenue Greenfield. Mans. A.B. Economics Thi-ta Della Chi. Pres. -i: Mnyor's Council 2. -ig New- man Club I: l-'ootball l. 2 llasebnll I: lutru-Murals l. 2. 3. -I: l.D.C. 2. -1: Tower Cross el: Sword 6: Shield 2: Class Marshal l. 3: I':l'0ll0l11lCS Club ft: Yacht Club 2, 3. -1: Young Democrats -1. David R. Campbell ll Outlook Drive Haverhill. Mass. A.B. Music Hola Chi: Luigi Club: Canter- bury Club 13 Cross Country 1: Lacrosse 2. 3. ht: Hockey 1, 2, 3. Manager: Band Pres. l. 2. 3. -1. Chorus 3. -I: Orchestra I. 2: TMC 1. 2, 3. -1: Jazz Society 3. -1. lVilliam J. Carmint 212 Staton Ave. Northwoods Glenside P. O.. Pa. B.S. Biology Sigma Nu 1. 2. 3. 4: Lambert Kingsley. 3. 4: Canterbury Club 1. 2: Wrestling' 1: Chorus 1. 2: Pre-Med Society 4: Young Republicans 4. , , .- 1 0 John J. Burke 24 Oak Square Avenue Brighton, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2. 3, 4. 4: Q l :- Bruce Bye 111 Circle Road Syracuse, N. Y. A.B. Economics Dean's List 1. 2: Outdoor Track 1. 2: Cross Country 1: Tufts Student Council 3, 4: IDC Treas. 2, 3, 4. Richard E. Caldarone 4 Lummus Avenue Danvers, Mass. A.B. English Bates College: Newman Club 2: Tuftonian 4: Middle Hall 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, Treas. 3: F.T.A. 3, 4. , 4.5. .rf Q Elizabeth Carlson " ' Ag 62 Church Street 5 V N Malden, Mass. Tw' V B.S. Chemistry , Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Luth- ' .V eran Club 1: Orchestra 1, H it -I Sect. 2, 3, 4: Chem. Society 4. "': '25 . 1.Q,p'.,a!,., 1 ? 7" "'r,'3-:ii f.-"':.1f::'t?Z. " ' -3-.T-if 'JF-Z 21:v:':':"' , -7 f ,iff-fi'3 -. 4 ,-121,14 Raymond L. Casella 535 Main Street I Agawam, Mass. Q gi fs . ' B-S- Chemistry-Biology ' .' Luigi Club: Lambert-Kingsley 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 'bf Rifle 8: Pistol 1: Intra-Murals 3, 4: Jumbo Book 43 I.D.C. 3, 42 Weekly 2. 3: Chorus 3: Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Sect. Pro-Tem.: Mass. Student L0ZlSlature 4: Air Force Drill Team 1, John Casey 133 Powderhouse Blvd. Somerville, Mass. B.S. 4 Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: 3 P's 1, 2. Martha Casselman 38-40 52nd Street Long Island City, N. Y. A.B. English Congregational Club 25 Jumbo Book 4'g Chorus 3, Librarian 43 Middle Hall 1, 2, 3, 4g Jackson Student Council 43 Tufts Student Council 43 F.T.A. 4. D01'0fhy Chase 27 Oak Street Plymouth, Mass, B'S' Biology Dean S List 1, 2, 3, 43 Lambert Kin, 1 - , - Betsslappif F'T'A' 4' Phl Shirley-Jo Chilcoat 62 Hillis Street Portland, Maine A.B. English Chi Omega Corres. Sec. 43 Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 45 Week- ly 15 Jumbo Book 35 Band 15 Chorus 1, 25 Orchestra 13 Mid- dle Hall 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres., J.A.C. 2, Jr. Class Rep. 4: Barnum Chorus 25 Chapel Choir 3, 43 Judiciary Council 3, 4. Joan Marilyn Celia 535 Main Street Medford: Mass. A.B. Education 85 French Chi Omega Social Chairman 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4: Off-Hill Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans 43 J,A,C, 1, 3 Off-Hill Representative. Ronald Charles Potter Place, N. H. B.S. Electrical Engineering Delta Tau Deltag Intra-Mur- als, AIEE-IRE 1, 2, 3, 45 T.M.C. 1. Carolyn A. Chase 210 Chapel Street Saylesville, R. I. B.S. in Education Sports Car Club 33 F.T.A. 4. Education Joyce Standish Christian Cornwall, Conn. A.B. French Canterbury Club 1, 23 Base- ball 1, 2g Chorus 2, French Club 2, 3: T.M.C. 1, 2, 3. FT UN 63 Charles Joseph Cinto 83 Massachusetts Ave. Walpole, Mass. A.B. Sociology Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 4. James Clabault Ridge Road Katonah, N. Y. A.B. Government Alpha Tau Omega, Luigi Clubg Mayor's Council 33 New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Jumbo Book Ad. Manager 3, Busi- ness Manager 4g Tufts Film Society Sect. 3, Treas. 4: Young Republicans 3, Treas. 4: Pre-Legal Society 1, 2, 3, Sec. 4. ITY F T U 9 llarbara Gene Clark 21 Road Stevens 1 Needham, Mann. ' Robert A. Clark 35 Parkdale Street Somerville, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dc-nn's List 1. 2. 3. 43 Tau lletn Pi 3. Recording Sect. 4: Newman Club 2, 3. 4: Engi- ' A.ll. Government K Phi Onwgng Dt-nn's List l, 11. l 1 ft, tg C1lltLZl'l'L!lllllllllli Cluln l: ' Xlnrlinea 2. 3. Vice-l'rvS. -l: l-'in-lil llockvy l. 23 Student Council 2. Svc. Zig Class Trcnxa- urvr lg Jumbo llvmk Sorority E Editor -tg Yacht Club -l: nccrs Council 33 AIEE-IRE 2. f tnuu-rn Vinh I. 3, Chnirmnn -l. 1 lo ' .K -fbi' 1 '-u-.Q Robert F. Coleman James F. Collins 35 Partridge Avenue Somerville, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Beta Chi: Denn's List 1. 2, 3, -1: Tau Beta Pi 3, Sec. 4: . Newman Club l. 2. 4' A It ll2 Glenwood Road Somerville, Mass, B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alivhn 'l'nu Omega: l.l-'.C. lg ASME Il. Al. . s nz 1. 2. 3. 4: off-Hi11 Club 1, 2. A x sl ,g A L I In E. av! ! J Barbara S. Clapp 100 Memorial Drive Cambridge, Mass. B.S. in Education Education Middle Hall 43 International Club 4. ,.,.,....-.W -.,. .. .,.. , ., , f ,,f W ff - ,f.,fW,y f mi .. ,MLA Q f Everett T. Combeg 157 Highland Avenue Winchester, Mass, B.S. Electrical Engineering Off-Hill Club 1. 64 N EB ITY Arnold Conti Coda 48 Johnson St. Lynn, Mass. A.B. Economies Theta Delta Theta 3 Pledge Captain, 4 Hypophetesg IFC 25 Debating Society 1. -i -2. sq ' x C 1 .5 X A ..-. 1 . -'X as New V ' ' ,I .. l A I, S ix , ff it f- A A X , LL ij ' W , ' Z I 'f . . .Q ,. t. 'Mi .. Arthur F. Conley, Jr. 3 Barbara Lane Medford, Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry A.B. G0vernfH""ie' Zeta Psig Newman Club 4: Varsity Club 43 Hockey Capt. 45 Intra-Murals, Ivy Society: Off-Hill Club. Leonard S. Cohen 182 Bench 129 Street Belle Harbor, N, Y. B.S. Chemical Engineering Phi Epsilo P' Pl , 43 Deanfs Iilistll, Efif ,ivinfiisa Beta P1 3. 4: Hillel i 2. AICHE 1, 2, 3. 4. ' ' Q I .,.. ll A5 32 3 xii" I Tri Donald Conn 78 Sheffield Road Melrose, Mass. Football 13 Hockeb' 1- 2- X: V x -31 is 1 5 x Ii. .bv iii -i if ll Y E-lgki Q .. Qi, ,Bull 1:4 e HUNT' gh? 'L . ' " . .l.Ql1q1hIi:.N '1 -. . H l.,-Z., 'A sw nl X ., '--..4,,. .. , ,, .. X- Hmm, , .,', Ni, .,N,' . Q 1 v,'X 11 ll Doll lf. -, 514141 lg' 1 ,gf lgj. .,,- f...,. ,. . , -Ur:-, jgflil- " M J. George Corcoran 424 Newton Road Littleton, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 1. 2, 3, 4: T311 Beta Pi 3, Pres. 4, ASME 2, 3, 4- Claire Ann Courtovich 49 Pembroke Street Medford, Mass. B.S.. Biology Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 45 Phi Beta Kappa 3, 45 Lambert Kingsley 3, Sect. 4: Academic Honors 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Classics Club Pres. 3, 4. John F. Couture 30 Mill Street Randolph, Mass. A.B. Economics Delta Upsilong Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1. Robert E. Coviello 7 Fairmount Street Everett, Mass. AB- Economics Zeta Psi, Mayor's Council 45 Varsity Club 3, 43 Football 1, 2: Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 4. Cynthia M. Crist 3650 Avacado Avenue Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. A-B- Government Swimming 45 Badminton 2: I..R. Club 2, 43 Debating So- Clety 4: International Club 3: YOUHE Republicans 4. 7 f , ' sm It , 65 MH 'Q - , Q, .. M , ', , ZW ,V , N , X f , x , - xi ' ., , , I . , J Z ix 1 . .5 ff. ff W 1: fw 1 sh, Z ta f VE f , ,A , wx wa f c 1 y , , . f ' 'Se f f . A, ' ,ff ,fcif ww s .- 7 f fx, , ,wtf we ,4-lf, far. ,,s.,1V,yk , A, if , 2 eff, ,, -Mfg., fc ,fl 4 4 M N fs' - f' 4 f f f' . Q "mf .R-. -, 9 Q M 10 A, S 4 ' -- 4 , f ,Q X ia 4',. is A7 4 f fx! j tbffeftm. wx ., - f,-5 W, w fjis gf ,f ,H f W, Joseph Francis Coscia, Jr. 4 Wheeler Street Waterbury, Conn. B.S. Biology Dean's List 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Warren Courville 23 Riverside Ave. Norwalk, Conn, B.S. Chemistry-Biology Theta Delta Chi: Newman Club 3, 4: lntra-Murals 3, 43 I.D.C. 3, 43 Pre-Med Society 3, 4, Yacht Club 4. Joseph F. Coveney 12 Winford Way Medford, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering Beta Chig Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4: Intra- Mural Sports 3, 4: AICHE 1, Sec. 2, 3, 4: International Club 3: TMC 3, 45 Yacht Club 3: Off-Hill Club 1, 2. 4. Joseph F. Cox 12 Nira Avenue Boston 30, Mass. A.B. Chemical Engineering Rifle Club 1, 2. 3. 4: AICHE 1, 2. Treas. 3, Pres. 4. Peter A. Crosby 15 Smith Avenue Lexington, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Canterbury Club 3. 4: Chorus 3, 43 ASME 2, 3, 4: Off-Hill Club 4. 9 4 Wallace Sargent Crowell 76 Myrtle Avenue Fitchburg. Mau. B.S. Chemical Engineering Theta Delta VicwPrcs. 3: Soc- cer lg Baseball lg AICHE l. 2. 3. -t. Priscilla Cummings I3 Crescent Street Wakefield. Mass. A.B. Government Sigma Knppn 2nd Vice-Pres. 3: Congrepzntionnl Club l, So- cinl Chnirmun 2. 3. 4: Class Mm-shnl 4: Chorus 1. -tg LR. Club 3. -li l".'l'.A. 1. 2. Sec. 33 Young Republicans 4: Chnpel Choir 3, -13 W.S.G.A. Confer- ence Ref. Sect. 3. Donald P. Curry I7 Green Street Medford. Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Newman Club l. 2, 3, -tg Foot- lnnll lg AIEI-I-IRE 2. 3, SOCL. x -li Off-Hill Club 1. 2. Gerald Bloise Dahill. Jr. 96 Jason St. Arlington. Mass. .-LB. Business Administration Dean's List 3: Economics Club 2. 3. -l. ii. 'ix e3f"'a- ti -. 3, , f 4 do 4' ..'!.- 'fn , za .4 1 . 4,4 A A A I , l .X ffl " P Barbara M. Daytz 245 Clinton Rd. Brookline. Mass. B-S- Education 1""fe. Diane Cummings 44 High Street Peterborough, N. H, A.B. Sociology Congregational Club 1, 2, Sect, 3, Religious Council Represen. tative 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: M3l'1inS 3, 4: Jackson Student Council 23 Jumbo Book 4. French Club 1. ' Francis L. Cundari S. Boston, Mass. 1808 Colombia Road B.S. Civil Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: ASCE 2, 3, Pres. 45 Off-Hill Club 1, 2. 3. Nancy Cutcliffe 50 Locust Street Reading, Mass. B.S. Biology Alpha Xi Delta Rec. Sect. 4: Dean's List 2, 3, 45 Lambert Kingsley 3, 4g Jackson Stu- dent Council 4g Class Secre- tary 4, J.A.C. Treas. 3, Pres. 4. Joan Lee Dartnell 156 Sunset Ave. Verona, New Jersey B.S. Psychology Chi Omega, Pledge Trainer 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2: Marlins 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 33 Jackson Student Council 3, Pres. 4, Class Offi- cer Marshal 2, President 3: Weekly 15 Jumbo Book 13 LR- Club 1, 2. If Paul C. Qeacon 49 Thorndike St. Lawrence, Mass. A .B. Sociology' 5 .. f 0 A-H ,lil grhl kill lla! 4, l Uul Sul' livll' Huh N 5. I 9 P i 1 M fig ffl: Ei-. Vw 19 SE George A. Deemys cfo Luria's Department Store Hightstown, N. J. A.B. Economics Alpha Sigma Phi IFC Repre- sentative, House Custodian, Chaplaing Mayor's Council 3, Mayor 43 Orthodox Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Council-g Varsity Club 2,'3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, 3: Swimming 1, 23 Tufts Student Council 4: Weekly 2, Circula- tion Mgr. 33 Economics Club 3, 45 Yacht Club 2, 3, 4. Thomas J. Denney 140 Park St. Gardner, Mass. A.B. History Theta Delta Chig Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Mayor's Council 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 3. X s William F. Dewire 167 Elm St. Somerville, Mass. A.B. Economics Newman Club 45 Economics Club 3, 4: P1'e-Med. Society 15 Yacht Club 1, 43 Camera Club 45 Off-Hill Club 1, 43 WTCR 3, Executive Staff. Emidio L. DiClemente 95 Fairview Ave. Belmont, Mass. B.S. Engineering Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Out- door Track 4g Cross Country. FT at -.s Illll C Burton Derby 7 Gould Ave. Malden, Mass. ... Eugene James Devlin A.B. 5 Hill st. V Hillel 1, 2, University Band Stoneham' Mass' . 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra-Murals, Off- A'B' History Hill 23 Yacht Club 1, 2. History Club 3. Arthur E. Dinerman 124 Elmwood Rd. Swampscott, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pig Dean's List 1, 23 AICHE 1, 2, 3, 4. Thomas W. Devlin 8946 Evergreen Ave. South Gate, California A-B. Romance Languages Sigma Nug Dean's List 2. 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Jumbo Book 3, Sports Ed. 43 French Club Treas. 2, Pres, 3, V1Ce-P1'eS- 4: Young Republi- cans 4. James W. Dolan 10 Greenleaf Rd. Milton, Mass. B.S. Biology Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pre- Med. Society 43 Yacht Club 47 Off-Hill Club 4. , ....7'.7.Sy,,.....:,.,l...W.. ..,.. ...., .F T.. .X . . .AMW 4... . Q, A , Vw? f -X A s n ,wir 1 E ' I' . 11: 'V 1 ' . . , I 1 - 3 ,Xi ,W .. . i n. ' ' R Larry Robert Dolinsky 144 Walker Rd. Swampscott, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi Historian 3: Dean's List 1, 3: Tau Beta Pi 45 Hillel 1. 2: Lacrosse 2, 3: Baseball 1: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4: Navy Wardroom Club 2, 3, 4: NROTC Administrative Board 2. UNIVEB ITY W 67 B'S' Civil Enkinccring Hlaon Dolliver 22 Morningside Terrace Wallingford. Conn. A.B. Economics Alpha Tau Omega: Luigi Club: Mayork Council 3: Congregational Club -l: Jumbo hook Media Director -I: lllmll lg l'Zconomic:4 Club -lg AICRI-I I: TMC l: Tufts Film Society Vice-Prcsimlcnt -I: WTCR 3, llulsincfui Mgr. -lg Young Rc- uublicann 'l 4 Dclcsrntc' Nlass. l -- . A Sunil-nt Legislature l. 2. 3. Sect. 4. iffwi' L f inf' ' 1, 7--I' A Michael Druckman 177 Bonad Rd. Brookline, Mass. .-LB. Government Alpha Epsilon Pi: Hillel lg Varsity Club 2: Wrestling 2: Pre-Med Society 1. 2: Tufts Film Society 2. FT Harry E. Dolph 495 Sagamore Ave. Teaneck, N. J. B.S. Biology Sigma Nu, Lambert, Kingsley 3. -13 Varsity Club 3. 45 La- crosse I. 2. 3, -lg lntra-Murals 2. 3. -i: Pre-Med Society 2, 3, -1: Rock and Drumlin 2. VEB ITY William F. Donnellan 125 Brooks St. Medford, Mass. B.S. Engineering Newman Club 43 AIEE-IRE 2, 3, Vice-Chairman 4. ' gg Q Y x"Q1,"ll iO'x it-4 Wm' Richard Edward Duffy 35 Lancaster Ave. Revere, Mass. A.B. Sociology Louise Dunn 407 West Park Ave. Long Beach, N. Y. BS- Education Dea,f1'S List 1, 2. 3, Debating Soclety 1: Young Republicans 3, Sect. 4, Eliot Pearson Stu- dent Council 1, 23 Treas. 4. 'X' 5:j.LL -af ,3w,,'.'. Louis F. Drouin, Jr. 96 Conwell Ave. Somerville, Mass. A.B. English ,- --vv ,,,wT--.3-.W,5-M.- ...V .. ,, ., . , 3, , ., , Gary Warren Druck ' 264 Tremont Siiimner Braintree, Mugs, Sigma Nu, Ch 1' . . Air Society 3. EDAHSYCE iglgiioiii QW' fl rw5,'w'-Mn v, ---k f, .f?esi7iGf.f.tz'- Ina Dwanes 75 Laurel Ave. Providence, R. I. AB- Education Hillel 13 FTA 43 JAC 3. Thomas Earley 22 Burbank Rd- Medford, Mass. , B.S. Mechanical Engineefmg Theta Delta Chi: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: HOCRQYTJE Intra-Murals 1. 233, 43 AS. ld 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman F10 Tripg Yacht Club 4. 68 w - Samuel R. Eastabrooks Kahului Maui Territory of Hawaii AB- History Delta Tau Delta, History Club 3, 4. Ann Eisendrath 4930 Pershing Place St. Louis 8, Missouri B,S, Education Edmund Epstein 120 Shore Drive Winthrop, Mass. B.S. Psychology Hillel 1. Richard Farkas 234 Tappan St. Brookline, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering Rifle Sz Pistol 3: Intra-Murals 1. 2: Engineers Council 3. Vice-Pres. 43 'Chemistry So- ciety 4p AIChE 2, 3, 4 Vice- Pres. Malcolm Joseph Farrell, Jr. Box C Waverly 78, Mass. A.B. Economics Zeta Psig IFC 1, 2, 33 Rifle Team 23 AFROTCQ Econom- ics Club 2: Air Force Drill Team 2. Charles C. Ehl 5 Wave Ave. Wakefield, Mass. B.S. Psychology Zeta Psi: Varsity Club 3, 4. George R. Emery 36 Grand St. Reading, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 33 ASME 1. 2. 3, Chairman 4. Gerald Gene Fain 144 Clearfield Rd. Wethersfield, Conn. B.S. Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Secretary 4: Dean's List 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3. 4: Basketball lg Soccer 2, 3. 4: Intra-Murals 1,. 2, 3. 4: Engineers Council 33 ASCE 2, 3, 4 Secretary: Navy Drill Team 2. Edward B. Farley, Jr. 14 Pond St. Framingham, Mass. B.S. Geology Beta Chi Vice-President: Lui- gi Club: Mayor's Council 4: Cheerleader 2. 4: Tufts Stu- dent Council 1: Sword and Shield 1: Class Office 1, 2: Jumbo Book Fraternity Edi- tor 4: 3 P's 3, 4. Richard Farwell 7 Down River Rd. New Canaan, Conn. B.S. Engineering Outdoor Track 4. George Edward Fee. Jr. 219 82nd SI. Virginia Beach. Va. A.B. Government Avail:-mic ll u n u r a 'Truvclli Scholar. Tufts Scholzirshivi NVrn-stlinp: l. ll: Tufts Judic- iary 3, St-crctnry -L Chnirmnng Tufts Student Council 2. fi. l'n-ai. tg Tower Cross -tx lvy Sm-in-ty 31 Sword nnml Shit-lil Society 23 Class Office Presi- ilcnt 23 We-okly 3. 4. David Feinberg I6 Ellwood Ave. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. B.S. Physics Phi Epsilon Pig Dcnn's List 1, 12. 33 Sigma l'i Sigma: llns- kctlmll l: lnlru-Murals l. 2. 3. -I. W'illiam C. Fifer 3501 Connecticut Ave. N.W. iVashington, D. C. B. S. Electrical Engineer Dcnn's List l. 2: Tau Bctn Pi 3. 43 Lutheran Club 1. 2. 3. -1: All-IE-llil-I 1. 2. 3, .45 x'nCht Club I. 13. 3. -1. Samuel Finley 330 East 57th St. New York, N. Y. Siemn Nu: Wrestling lg ln- trnmurals 2. 3. -l. Nicholas Fitzgerald 250 Vfashington St. Winchester. Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Beta Chi: Newman Club 1. 2. 4: Basketball l: lntra-Murals 1. 3. 4: Engineers Council -4: ASCE 2. 3. 4. "' 1 sY.fTl.1.5Y1:i--3't' V' K i 9... - J , , . .1 an-f ln.. wr.. lf' JL. vm, 'I ., I, Fred Feeney 14 Appletree Lane Andover, Mass. B-S- Bi0l0Zy-Chemistry Newman Club 13 0 td . Track. 1. 3: Wrestlinlig 031: Chemistry Society 3, 45 P,-Q, Med Society 3, 4. Stanley Feinstein 608 George St. New Haven, Conn. B.S. Chemical Engineer Alpha Epsilon Pig Varsity ClubA2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Chem. Society 43 AIChE 1, 2. 3, 4. Judson Grant Files, Jr. Ellington Rd. Wapping, Conn. A.B. Sociology Delta Upsilong Christian Sci- ence Club 1: Soccer 25 Jumbo Book 3: Tuftonian 3, 43 Mid- dle Hall 4. Jean Fittz 2532 Hillside Rd. Langhorne, Pa. A.B. History Dean's List 2, 3, 4: Congrega- tional Club 1, 2: Canterbury Club 4: Basketball 1: Tufton- ian 2. William Flannery 84 Dyer Ave. Milton, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 1, 3: ASME 3, 4- , i I l S 1 I 1 I 51 3 1 if 2 l i i l 1 i 3 l i ! I I 1 i ! . , 5 l 19 S I0 Roberta Lichtensten Flexer, QMrs.J 42 Summerset St. Worcester, Mass. B.S. Mathematics Sigma Kappa Treasurer 2: Tau Kappa Alpha 3: Hillel 1: Dormitory Basketball: Mar- lins 1, 2, 3: Debating Society 1, 3: Forensic Council 2, Treasurer 3. Henry Frederick Frigon 47 Hazel St. Fairfield, Conn. B.S. Civil Engineering Theta Delta Chi Executive Committee: IFC 3, President Football 1, 2: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Tufts Student Coun- cil 3, 4: Tower Cross 4: Sword and Shield Secretary-Treasur- er 2: Weekly 3: ASCE 4. Roger Foster 9 Ainsworth Rd. Winchester, Mass. B.S. Geology Alpha Sigma Phi, Treasurer: Yacht Club 3, 4: Rock Kr Drumlin 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Camera Club 4. Harold F. Foley 30 Belmont St. Malden, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Theta Delta Chi: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2: ASME 1, 2, 3, Vice-Chair- man 4. Edward A. Fudge 51 Laurel St. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Civil'Engineering AscE 2, 3, 4. FT Arthur A. Fuller, Jr. 75 High Road Newbury, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Beta Chi: Congregational Club 2, 3: IFC 3: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4: International Club 2, 3, 4: TMC 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Emmanuel A. Frangos 94 Essex St. Lynn, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Chemistry Society 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4. I to 5 Marie Furano 78 Highview Ave. Springdale, Conn. A.B. History Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2: I.R. Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 2, 3: His- tory Club 2. 3. , W... 771.111, A-.. ..-.v......-wi, - .S- S Herbert Henry Franck 519 Parker St. Newton Centre, Mass. A.B. Drama 3 P's 3, 4: Varsity Swimming 2, 3: Film Society, Sec. 4. Robert A. Furman 40 Warham St. Windsor, Conn. B.S. Biology Alpha Epsilon Pi: Hillel 1: Lacrosse 1, 2: Pre-Med So- ciety 1. 2. 3. UNIVEB ITY 'll .... - - - .- 4-, . --,-Y. 0-.Qi I-Ilaine R. Calante JJ Conn Ave. Melrose, Maas. B.S. Mathematics Us-nn':4 Lint Il: Nl"vYIllZlll l'luh l. ll 2. Il. -lg JAA Jr. Ulfhill ' Uffhill Club! " 'l l l'll,.lQ ,.,...-. B.S. KSC if' 454' 1""- 'E James J. Geddes H Freeman St. Quincy, Mass. Civil Engineering E 2. 3. 4. L FT UNIVEB ITY f Edward Gaposchkin 74 Shade St. Lexington. Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Swilnlnim.: l. 3: llanml l. 2. 3- .tg Orchestra l. Q. 'Ky S-, si Q.. Ronald W. Gedney 237 Fairmount Ave. Hyde Park, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering .-'kllCE-IRE: Dc-molay Chap- lain 2. Priscilla Gardner 23 Winthrop St. Malden, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Newman Club 1, 2, SCCl'Et8l'Y Il, -i: ASCE 2. 3. 4. 17-s..,Y. N i Dennis Gavanus 111 Richmond St. Brockton, Mass. M.A. 8: B.S. Chemistry-Biology Economics Alpha Tau Omega Rush Chair- man 3, Social Chairman 4: Mayor's Council 3: Orthodox Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track 1, 2: Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, 4: Intx'a-Mul'alS 2, 3: Yacht Club 1, 2: Camera Club 1. 2: WTCRg Class Of- fice Class Marshal 4: Weekly 1: Jumbo Book 2, fl: Tufton- ian l, 4: Chemistry Society 1, 23 Economics Club 3, 4: I.R. Club 3, 4: International Club 2, 3. 4: T.M.C. 2, 3. 1 I Howard J. Gcnkc 70 lVnshingzton Sy, Barre, Vt, AB- Economics Luipzi Clubg Varsity-Club 3 4. Basketball 2, 3, .1 yqiu. I Chorus 1: Demolay 1, 2, " K 'Q Q X it-rf' Charles E. Gerdes 140 Margaret Blvd, Merrick, N, Y, B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tall Omexla, NVorthy KGGDOI' of the Annals: Luth- eran Club 1: ASME 2, 3, 43 'l:.M.C. 1: Yacht Club 45 YOUHKE Republicans 4. William Gibson 1035 E. Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio B.S. Chemistry-Biology Phi EPSHOU Pi: Outdoor Track 5 Intra-Murals 2, 3 g Pre-Med Society 1, 4, ,r,....W,.,,,,,,. . N.,...,,.,.... ., .,, ,. . . , .. ,.,, ff ,W , , i 2 , ,, 1 f,. . ,, y i "' Q i fx, it g X., N-1 , r I Helen Gifford 5 Adams St. Somerville, M888- B.S. Biolozy Chi Omega: Pan Hell Sect,- Treas. 3, President 41 COUWQ' gational Club 1, Sect- Tram' 2, 3, 43 Jackson Student Couni cil 2, 4, Class Officer Marsha' 1, President 23 Chorus 1. 3' Offhill Club 13 J.A.C. Sect.- Treas. 2. 4' 72 ,J 7 cl' Gill! Jilin SL T. YL Em-f1l'a LSE. N mill.:- 3' 1 l'-, .5 . sh, "le l. Q. iff ri 52.2, . H1554 'mug' Biol!! 1' w Hfufoifi Hsienil' Tig ff", sal fl., "E ,Solent , 'C - JMS! 5.1, ., rg, 05521335 1 P harm '5. Deirdre Giles Kentuck Lane Locust Valley, N. Y. A.B. English Alpha Omicron Pi Social Chairman 3, Rush Chairman 4: May0r's Council 33 Tennis 1, 2: Swimming 1, 2: Weekly Jr. Editor 1, Feature Editor 1. 2, 4: Jumbo Book Feature Ed., Managing Editor 3, Edi- t01' 4: 3 P'S 2, 3, 4: Young Republicans 3, 4: Dean's List. Stephen V. Gilligan, Jr. 60 Sunset Rd. Weston, Mass. AIB. Economics Delta Upsilon : Varsity Club 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4 : lntra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4- George Courtnay Glass 31 Sulgrave Rd. West Hartford, Conn. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu: Canterbury Club 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Soc- cer 2: ASME 3, 4: Sports Car Club 3, 4: T.M.C. 1: Yacht Club 2. Kenneth Glick 48 Summit Ave. Brookline, Mass. B.S. Biology Phi Epsilon Pi: Club 35: Out- door Track 1, 2, 3, C0-Captain 4: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4: IDC 3: Weekly 1. Arline M. Glusgol 49 Hancock St. Chelsea, Mass. A.B. Sociology Dean's List 2, 3: Alpha Kappa Delta 3, 4: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Offhill Club 2, 3, 4. ' V 549934 1 , f N 2 ff f ,, ff, ff the ' wiv-5. , 7 ' mi 7 412, ' f , '- 4' ' 'sf 'Wx , so 0 -. -. fa ':. f' f Q92 J W' K My 2 , f' ,Z .' QQW, .wnefgiif f fi., ,, 430'-7747, Q3 21 1: 779- f , ffm '77 Wy. W - SXSW "S fu., ,, H, fn ,fi f,, , ,, , f Mfhdr. ,AW,,.,, Q, my ,,?.,,,,E,f,Q,f 3 2 ,,,,,,,,. ,, ,,, , -Vim? 'ffm W.. . ,, ,017 wif, W 2 f . , if 3 .M fy, ,, ,C Q ww ,. I Z 4 xr iw mf cf . 73 w ffr'wf,'4a.:'s , ff ,www ,mx . f ' W .ff wagg- mf! Qs George R. Gilfoil 16 Hovey St. Watertown, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3: lntra-Murals 4: AIEE-IRE 2, Secretary 3, 4: Yacht Club 3, Marilyn A. Giordano 15 Bayberry Ridge Roslyn, N. Y. A-B- English Alpha Zi Delta: Dean's List 2: Chorus 2, 3: Middle Hall 2, 3, 4: French Club 2. Anita E. Gleicher 120 Oakview Ave. Maplewood, N. J. A.B. Romance Languages Hillel 1, Treasurer 2, 3, 4: Speedball 1, 2 Captain: Week- ly 1, 2, 3, 4: Jumbo Book 3, Senior Editor 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: FTA 1, 2, 3, President 4: Dean's List. Myron Glovsky 5 Laurier Ave. Ware, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Alpha Epsilon Pi Librarian 3: Hillel 1: Dean's List 1, 2: Weekly 1: Pre-Med Society 1. 2, 3: Debating Society 1. Fred M. Gold 47 So. 41st St. Sunnyside, L. I., N. Y. B,S, Biology Phi Epsilon Pi, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Dean's List 3: Lambert Kingsley 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Pre-Med Society 2. 3: lntra-Murals 1. 2. 3. 4. Leonard Marvin Goldberg 25 Gifford Ave. Jersey City, N. J. A.l!. Government ll.-:ins List l. 3: llillvl I. 2. 3. Pri-siilenl -I: Wm-kly l. 2. 3. 4: lli Club 3. 4: Dm-bnlim,: Society 2. Il, 45 lnlvrnntiunul Ulub 3. -li l'rwl.vy:xil l, 2. Il, I. Harrie! MacLeod Goodwin. 1Mra.l H94 Columbia Rd. So. llnslon. Mass. B.S. Psychology Ili-nn'ra List I3 l'si Chi -l: Ulf-llill Club l. David Gormley 31 Elder Ave. llergenfield. New Jersey B.S. Chemistry-Biology Di-nn's List l, 2. 3. 4: Pre- Mi-il Sucivly l, 2. 3. Corru- Sll0lllllllK SDCL -l. Ronald B. Gramaglia 36 Edgemere Sl. Pelham. N. Y. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega House Man- ager 4: Newman Club lt lntra-Murals 2. 3. -1: ASME 2. 3. 4. Louise B. Gray 4 Ridgefield Rd. W'inchester. Mass. B.S. Education rg ,,,J,g:,.,sim,p1 - - ,efi 1-:'TTi?tr".. ., 'CT 1. R 43. vu ' A if ,V Q' . ,. in iggx in - j,i:..l13',L -1.1 . AL' :, -A ' 35335 ug, rfwliu . -". fu- tr . Y elif E-i'31ZEiiiaiXi9223222222244 5:1 f 'af-,ff :- Fxgf ffi . 1 --::'.'-':-:-':4lL1f""5'.:::::: .v , . . - -. -.'-:-.,,.... tr 14?'f,,x,:- ,, - . gi' 4 11. .4 .11-Q 'sr .2 -7 4 .gr--E-Ni'--c ".A all 1-..,:::Qf.',?g.-Sp I W-S-, , H. X 5 Z x-,V . tl. x if '.i,' i FQPN i Donald S. Goodridge 8 Norman Rd. Melrose, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2. 31 TMC 1: Dem. olny 2. Adrienne Goolkasian 51 Lockeland Ave. Arlington, Mass. A.B. Classics Congregational Club lg Clas- sics Club Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4g Off-Hill Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Raymond F. Grady, Jr. 31 Broadway Lynn, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 1, 23 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra-Murals 1. 2, 3, 43 AIEE-IRE 1, 2, 3. Treasurer 43 Yacht Club 4: Camera Club 4. Joseph A. Grasso 22 Fremont Street Somerville, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology is Mayor's Council 45 Chemistry Society 3, 43 Pre-Med Society 3, Treasurer 4. John L. Gudgel 37 Harper Rd. Snyder, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry Delta Tau Delta: Dean's List 1. 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf lg AICHE 1, 2, 3, 4. a I -L5 swf I' I l 1 5 N i fi Ll. Mill ix: 4, P-lllt N ll W H11 4 19 Carl S. Gustafson New Street, Box 61 Georgetown, Conn. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Beta Chig Swimming 1, 2, 3. Robert T. Hagerman 28 LeBrun Avenue Amityville, N. Y. A.B. Economics Alpha Tau Omega Worthy Sentinelg I.F.C. 3, 43 Congre- gational Club 4: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Economics Club 3, 43 Young Republicans 4. I0ll LASS Paul V. Halberg 823 Woodland Drive Havertown, Penn. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu: Dean's List 1: Varsity Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 45 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: ASME 3, 4. Frank G. Hale 393 Randolph St. So. Weymouth, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 IDC 33 ASME 3, 4. Norman B. Hall 98 Western Ave. Lynn, Mass. A.B. History Varsity Club 3, 4: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: History Club 3, 45 Young Republicans 4. Audrey I-Iallberg 290 Mishawum Rd. Woburn, Mass. A.B. English Alpha Omicron Pi Vice-Presi- dent 43 Mayor's Council 3, 43 Mayor 33 Archery 1, 2, 3, 43 BOWHHE 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey lg Tufts Student Council 33 Off-Hill Club Vice-President 3. Robert Halvorsen Robert P. Hamblett 688 Main St. 12 Houston Ave. Wakefield, Mass. Methuen, M855- B,S, Chemistry B.S. Mechanical Engineering Academic Honors 37 Chemis' IDC 22 ASME 11 2- 31 43 Off' try Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4: H111 Club 1: WTCR 2- Demolay 1, 2, 3, 4. FT UN 75 Richard -J. Hancock, Jr. 58 Fair Harbor Place New London, Conn. B,S, Economics Theta Delta Chig Economics Club 45 Yacht Club 3, 4. Marcia A. Hannifin 27 Thomas Road S. Weymouth, Mass. A.B. History Alpha Zi Delta, Basketball 2. 3, 4, Softball 2. 4: Hockey 3: Judiciary 2. EB ITY John F. Hanson I0 Cooper St. Mlchian, Maine ILS. Biology Theta Di-lla Chi Chaperone Uhnirninn. Recording Secre- tary: l.zu'rox5e I. Il. 4: New- man Club lg Yacht Club 2. 3. 4. 'e pil "ff'r'Z S FT Nancy Harrington 1894 Massachusetts Ave. Lexington, Mann. A.B. i"l'.-X -I: Yacht Club -it Off Hill Club 3. Council -i. L-.fiwwfp ""7XEt"i'i"'ii' I Richard Sanford Hayes 3ST Elmwood Ave. Maplewood. N. Y. David Hayward Foundry St. South Easton. Mass. lf! -LB. History B.S. Electrical Engineering Theta Delta Chi: Dcan's List Newman Club 3. 4: AIEE-IRE lg Football l: Soccer 3. 4: .Z. 3. Al. T Lacrosse l. L. 3. Co-Captain -1. UNIVE ITY Margaret Harsch 210 Ocean Terrace Marathon Shores, Florida B.S. Biology Alpha Xi Delta: Canterbury Club l. 23 Softball Manager 2g Class Marshal 3: Chorus 1: Pre-Med Society 1. F- l 3 . 2 1' 1. 3 5 Evelyn H. Harvey 4 Nomahegan Court Cranford, N. J. B,S, Mathematics Sigma Kappa Rush Chairman 3, Vice-President 4: Newman Club 1, 2: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, -ig Weekly 33 Jumbo Book,2. sr' .lt i V7wy7f-Yiw1ry-i.- , -- 'Jf I' , v K' Edwin A. Heisler 34 Golden Hill Street New Britain. Conn. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Delta Tau Delta: Lutheran Club: Lacrosse 1. 23 Middle Hall 2. 3: Middle Hall 2, 3: Yacht Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Linda Heller Helgans QMrs.J 22 Lincoln Ave. Port Chester, N. Y. B.S. Psychology Alllha Omicron Pi Assistant Corresponding Sect., Treas- urerg Dean's List 35 Psi Chi 3. 4: May0r's Council 31 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4. Rosemary Wright Hawken, tMra.i 63 Grove St, West Somerville, Nlmm, A.B. Religion Skinner Fellowship 1, Sac,-l., tary 2. 3, 'Treasurer 4: Unit Club 1, 2, President 3, Band 3. l i f E A lillx' . X r x- Marinda Helmer Cedar Cliff Road Riverside, Conn. B.S. Education Eliot-Pearson Student Council 3: FTA 3: Camera Club 3: WTCR 43 Young Republicans 43 Jazz Society Secretary 3. 4- I I 76 if 4 5 -sf 4 li? Hum Uh! St i lm N, . Milli: Y 1 i " v 4 E 53 ixs . Lil Y gf I- i 1 4: , f, ' 4 9 'I 15,1 ' , 3 9 F Y v - 1 , 5 I ,W 1 . Sv 'A H. Q 1, , umm ide four- A Edmyl Q A tfvgii, mrigjfiubf Z ' :iw deg n. Robert R. Henry 40 Essex St. Andover, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Zeta Psig Dean's List 3, 4g ASME 3. 4. C. Marjorie Herring 90 Stanton Road Brookline, Mass. A.B. English Dean's List 2, 3: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 43 Middle Hall 2, 3, 4. Robert Malcolm Hewson 79 Johnson Ave. Winthrop 32, Mass. A.B. Government IR Club, Vice-President 4, 3P's 3, President 4. Gerry E. Higgs 4133 North 25th St. Arlington, Virginia B.S. Civil Engineering Sigma Nu Commander 43 IFC 3, 4: Dean's List 3, 43 Tau Beta Pi 3, 43 Varsity Club 2: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 15 Soccer 1, 2, Captain 3, 4: Tower Cross 45 Ivy Society Co- Editor of Ivy Book 3: ASCE 2, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4. Joseph C. Hill Grand View 9-W Nyack, New York B.S. Biology Luigi Club, Dean's List 23 Lambert Kingsley 3, Vice- grgsidient 45 Pre-Med Society Paul V Herrmann 13 Berkshire Drive East Greenbush N Y B.S. Chemistry-Biology Alpha Tau Omega: Canter- bury Club 13 Rifle 8: Pistol 2, ghirus 1, 4: Pre-Med Society Benjamin S. Hersey 51 Sawyer Ave. Medford, Mass. B-S- Psychology Zeta Psi, Unity Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ellen Hickey 91 Shaw Road Brookline, Mass. Education Dorm President. Donald L. Hill 46 Squantum St. East Milton, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi. Bruce W. Hilyard 22 Sartell Road Grafton, Mass. A.B. English Navy Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4: M.P.O. Ellis A. llilt: 33 Stacey St. Natick. Mau. B.S. Plychology Beta Chig IFC 3. Secretary -1: l'si Chi l'r1'Xielt'nl. -lg Chorus 2. John Adams llixon IRI Faneuil St. Brighton, Mau. A.B. Government Delta Upsilon, Chaplain. Chor- istcrg lntra-Murals 2. 3. -l. William David Hobcy 5 Columbia Blvd. Peabody, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Dean's List l. 2. 3: Phi Beta Kappa 3. 4: Sigma Ki 3: New- nmn Club 2. 4: Chemistry So- ciety l. 2. President 3. -l. James L. Hodge I23 S. Ill!! Sl. Camp Hill. Pa. A.B. English Alpha Tau Omega Palm Re- porter 43 Dean's List 1: Mayor-'s Council 3. -tg Jumbo Book Literary Editor -lg Tuft- onian Poetry Editor 3. Carl Hoss 152 Main St. Hingham. Mass. A.B. Business .Administration Alpma Sigma Phi Correspond- ins: Secretary 3. Vice-Presi- dent 43 Swimming 13 Baseball 2: Rifle 5 Pistol 35 Intra- Murals 1. 2. 3. 4: Economies Club 3. Treasurer 4. 1 FTF K U 5 , .x Q A' in Q' . ifiik 1 . 3 Douglas J. Hinds Hindsite Box 26 Sheepscot, Maine A.B. History Sigma Nu: Canterbury Club 1, 23 History Club 3, 4: Young Republicans: Navy Drill Team 2. E iff' f l 71? 1 l Charlene Harvey Hour, fMrs.J 94 Lorimer Road . Belmont, Mass. A B.S. Psychology Alpha Zi Delta Pledge Trainer, . 5 Co-Rush Chairman: Dean's f List 2, 3, 4: Psi Chi 2, 3, 43 Wesley Club 13 Badminton 1. 23 Tufts Student Council 1: 2 Class Office Vice-President 1: ' Y Class Treasurer 23 IR Club 13 Dormitory Treasurer 2, 3. 1 I 'Nur GZ' "1 1 l . Frederick P. Hobin 133 Chester Ave. . Chelsea, Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry - Zeta Psi, Supreme Council 3, 1 Secretary 43 Dean's List 3: Lambert Kingsley 3, 4: New- man Club 1, 25 Weekly lg ' Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 2. 4 4 , .,, 1' Lziigiif figlif?-Q i 'liii' if 11 ' -lzhigilg, . it 4..:::.:,-X E3 , X if XE-1 X S- E.. - v i 1 E -,Ja .... Sf" X 4-V William C. Hodgkins 38 Reed St. I Springfield, Vt. 4, B.S. Psychology :Q ' Alpha Siltma Phig Congrega- tional Club 13 Intra-Murals 1, .3: IDC 2. bf if-s. 'b ,. I-1 -lay Seymour Howalt 80 Gordon Terrace Belmont, Mass. AB- Chemistry-Biology Dean's List 3. 45 Wesley Club 13 Ch9mlS'CI'Y Society 3, 43 Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 45 3 PS 2: Demolay 1, 2, ra, 7! 51. X Cl 9 S ' an "- '51-,, .Pi Him N .f?'i' s-TR ' 'Ugg' . 2 1 :ha 5, Peter D. Howes 425 Tremon St. Taunton, Mass. B,S, Physics 3 P's 43 Off-Hill Club 43 Dem- Olay 1, 2, 3, Master Councilor 43 Navy Drill Team 2, 3, 4 Petty Officer. Jane Doggett Hunt, 1Mrs.l 2 Vernon St. W. Medford, Mass. A.B. English Alpha Omicron Pi Correspond- ing Secretary, Newman Club 1, 43 Middle Hall 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA 4. I 0 Barbara A. Hutt 51 Dorman St. New Haven, Conn. B.S. Mathematics Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming 1, 23 Field Hockey 1. Michael Hynes 116 Perkins St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. A.B. Psychology Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1: Tufts-Jackson Chorus 2: Weekly 2, 3, Assist- ant Feature Editor. Forough Imami 504 Kakh St. Tehran, Iran B.S. Education Tennis 2: Swimming 2 3 Chorus 3, 43 International Club 2, 3. 4. hi' ml! ' x ,, -w-if' . .lf AJ Samuel A. Ina Stanley Jacobs John Kenneth Jacobsen Norinne Mary Jacobus Mlark Ai. Jaslzke if 45 Lexington Ave. 340 W. 42nd St. 83 The Waterway 7 Crocker Ave. St S9890 IBIS ha yi t Magnolia, Mass. Miami Beach, Fla. Manhassef. N- Y- Turners Falls, Mass' I ' lmolfs " . ' , f V B.S. Chemistry-Biology B.S. Chemistry-Biology B.S. Chemical Engineering A.B. Music B.S. Mechanical Engineering 54.41 Delta Upsilong Newman Club Phi Epsilon Pi, Chaplain Sz Theta Delta Theta: AlChE 2, Alpha Xi,Deltag Dean's List 6.Lpha.Tal1. gvmgiain W?rt2y I. 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Swim- Corres. Sect. 2, Rec. Sect. 3: 3, 45 International Club 3: 35 May01'S COUHCII 33 New- all alll Irt aMSI-ag 2' 41 I ming' 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball lg Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Hillel TMC 1, 2, T1'eaS- 3. P1'9S- 43 man Club l. 22 Jackson Stu' ?0cLf?rAS'ME'2 nqri ' 2 .--f' Intra-Murals 1, 2. 3. 4: Pre- 1, 2, 3, 4: Weekly 2. 3, Assist. Camera Club 3. dent COUYICII 21 Bafjd 12 Dru? ' ' ' " ' Med Society 3, 45 Yacht Club Feature Editor 43 Debating MaJ01' 2, 3- 4' Vlcekprfs' 3: 4- Society 13 Yacht Club 13 Band Comm. 2, 3, C oius , WTCR 2- Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ,Ag- ,aaa if Eff W Kg! l 79 " -4 John J. Janus, Jr. 100 Hanks St. Lowell, Mau. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Newman Club 3. 4: Prckhled Society 3. 4: Off-llill Club 3. 4. 35635 Mm 1 J' A ,,, ff .1 FT UN EB ITY Donald M. Johnson 177 Leverich St. Hempstead, N. Y. B.S. Physics Theta Delta Theta, Pres. 3, 4. Irwin H. Kabler 764 Morton St. Mattapan, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pi: Dean's List 3, 4: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Jumbo Book 4: Band 1. 2: ASME 2. 3, 4. Dorothy Jeanne Kallis 282 Main St. Winchester, Mass. A.B. English Dean's List 1, 2. 3: Congrega- tional Club 1, 2: Weekly 1. 4: Tuftonian 2: Middle Hall 3, 4: International Club 3. Edward Liudomer Kamngki 107 Ames St. Brockton, Mugs, B.S. Chemistry-Biology Dean's List 2. 3: Newman Club 2. 3. 4: Outdoor Truck 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: indoor Track 2. 3. 4: Chem Society 3, 4: Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4: International Club 2, 3, 45 Deutsche Verein 2, 3, 4: TMC 2, 3, 4. 3.5 ...Z its I 65... Roger Kane 1801 Gerritsen Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Alpha Epsilon Pi: Dean's List l. 2: Hillel 1. 2: Tennis 1. 2. 3: Band 1. 2. 3: Pre-Med Society 1. 2. Exec. Com. 3. Ernest W. Karger 365 Woodland Ave. Springfield, Pa. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta: Basketball 1: Swimming 1: ASME 3, 4: Navy Drill Team 3, 4. Miltiades A. Karmechedis Box 484 Monticello, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry Lambert Kingsley 3. 4: Orth- odox Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Baseball, Mgr. 1: Chorus 2: Pre-Med Society 1, 2: Young Republi- cans 3. 4. Thomas Karuzis B6 Woodman St. Lynn, Mass. B.S. Chemical-Engineering Dean's List 1: AIChe 2, 3, 4. Haskell Allen Kassler 273 Mason Terrace Brookline, Mass. A.B. History Phi Epsilon Pi: Dean's List 3: Outdoor Track 2, Mnzr. 3: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3. 4: Tower Cross, Sect.-Treas. 4: Ivy So- ciety 3: Sword 8: Shield 23 Weekly 1: History Club 3. 43 Yacht Club 2. 3: Young Re- publicans 1, Ec. Council Mem- ber 2. 80 Y LE ' N. M . "-.gg ,. af V, 'ilalxlkfi 'kill mn. ' Q QT 7 Q if . H ' if lg 'if ,UNL "4 ' ffm :---'24, . I'-4 1. lug--' C - E 15515 "Pile: 515: ,,,, 'N' 52115, l 'lf TQ :A-i ll , , N , L ,IE R rw s. gt li . giifffflyi 112257 i F' it 3T3'!?Tff'llf we li' :ee lf '4g'fl',. " -. " 7'..f1v fd'-' ' 1' . ffl 2, fi? . :jj 1,2 nlcjf Y f, Donald R. Kaupp 39 Aberdeen Rd. Milton, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Tufts Amateur Radio Society 4. Ann Kelleher 9 Summer St. Ipswich, Mass. A.B. Government Alpha Xi Delta: Dean's List 3: Newman Club 2: FTA 4. Edward W. Kelly Oak Hill Katonah, N. Y. B.S. Civil Engineering Alpha Tau Omega, Treas. 4: Dean's List 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle 8: Pistol 1: Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Tufts Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4: Tower Cross 4: Class Pres. 4: ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4: Young Republicans 3, 4. Irene G. 'Kemp 66 Keefe St. Waterbury, Conn. B.S. Biology Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres. 3, So- cial Chrmn 4: Dean's List 3: Newman Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: FTA 2, 3. Jack H. Klaubert 29 Spruce St. Westfield, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Squash 1, 2, 3, 4: ASME 2, 3, 4, Yacht Club 3, 4. f Warren W. Kean 7 Berkeley St. Nashua, N. H, BS- Civil Engineering Theta. Delta Chi: May0r'5 C0UI1Cll 3: Varsity Club 3, 4: Wlsstlmfz Club 2, 3, 4, Ivy Somew 3: ASCE 3, 4: Yacht Club 3: Jumbo Book 4: IFC 3, 4. Barbara L. D. Kelley 472 Highland Ave. Malden, Mass. A-B- Education Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chairman 3, Sect. 4: Mayor-'s Council 3: Newman Club 1, 2: Jackson Student Council 3: Off-Hill Council 3: FTA: 1: Yacht Club 2. H. Roy Kennedy 9 Locust Ave. Lexington, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Alpha Sigma Phi: Chem So- Cletl' 45 AIChE 1, 2: Yacht Club 1, 2: Off-Hill Club 1, 2. William E. Kindler 180 Common St. Watertown, Mass. A.B. Chentistry-Biology Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Lambert Kingsley 3, 4: Newman Club 3, 4: Chem Society 3, 4: Pre- Med Society 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4. Elaine Weinstein Kleinman CMrs.J 33 Aberdeen Ave. Cambridge, Mass. A.B. Economics Sigma Kappa: Dean's List 1, 2,3: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: E00- nomics Club 2, 3, Sect. 4: FTA 2, 3, 4. John H. Knapp Torrington Rd. Litchfield. Conn. A.B. Language.-Government Jumbo llook 43 Tuftoninn 4: French Club l. 2. 3. 4: Pre- Mcml Society' 1. 2. 3. -li ln- ternatiunal Club 4: Deutsche Vvrein 3. 4. William J. Kramer H83 Dorchester Ave. Dorcheater, Mau. B.S. Electrical Engineering Denn's List 1: AIEE-IRE 4. Louise Kraskouskaa 19 Notting St. Gardner, Mass. A.B. History Alpha Xi Deltag Mayor's Coun- eil 3. 4: Newman Club 1, ZZ. 4, ViccLPres. 3: 'Ncekly 4: Jumbo Book 4: History Club 3. 4. S. Nora Kula 113 Hundreds Rd. W'ellesley Hills. Maas. B.S. Biology Alpha Omicron Pi, Historian 3. Scholarship Chairman 4: Dean's List 3, 4: Jumbo Book -tg Tuftonian 1, 4: Chorus 1: International Club 3, -lg Yacht Club l. 2: 3P's 4. Ronald Joseph Langlois 2S3 West Central St. Natick, Mass. A.B. English Alpha Sigma Phi: Varsity Club 2. 3, 4: Outdoor Track 1. 2. 3. 4: Cross Country 4: Middle Hall 1, 2, 3. 4. i" ' I Q.. ig. cum... i .rx Q Qi ha Z.. as Ebba Louise Knudson 72 Fremont St. Winthrop, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Wes. ley Club lg Band 1, 2, 3, .13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Chem So- ciety 1, 2. 3. 4: AIChE 2, .l, Sect. 33 International Club -lg Off-Hill Club l, 2. 3, 4. Alexander Kran 76 Forbes St. Jamaica Plain, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nug Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2. 3. 43 Lacrosse 2, Mngr. 35 AIEE-IRE 2. 3, 4: Yacht Club 3, 4: Off-Hill Club 1. Robert Kraus 585 Westchester Ave. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Alpha Epsilon Pig Dean's List 1, 2: Hillel 15 Intra-Murals, Handball Champion 2: Or- chestra 1, 2. 3: Pre-Med So- ciety 1, 2, 3. Judith LaFrance 104 Gordon St. Manchester, N. H. A.B. Government Alpha Omicron Pig Dean's List 3'g 3 P's 2, 3, Sect. 4. Ralph J. Laurentano 19 Tufts St. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Physics Dean's List 3: Newman Club 3: Pre-Med Society 3, 42 Chem Society 3, 4. S Mary D. Lawson 1 Woodside Rd. Morristown, N. J. B.S. Biology Alpha Omicron Pig Dean's List 1 3 Archery 1, 2 3 Chorus 1. ,NWS W ff' M6 W Robert F. Leahy 108 Smith Hill Rd. Utica, N. Y. B.S. Civil Engineering Football 1: ASCE 3: Navy Drill Team 2. I fy If-E fl l . ' J , I -h. ni hklh phi! 1 2: rlill' Janet A. Liberatore 132 Grove St. 4 West Roxbury, Mass. Eg A.B. History ,gl Dean's List 1, 2. 1 :vi if F' , r at .fi .- Harold J. Libson 74 Lefferts Rd. Yonkers, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Phi Epsilon Pi: Hillel 1, 2, 3: Lacrosse 2, 3: IDC 1, 2, 3: Band 13 Chem Society 1. 2, 3. FT Dorene Lees 172 Brooks St. W. Medford, Mass. B.S. Education Dean's List 3: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Tufts Student Council 4: Jumbo Book 4: FTA 4: Mayoralty Commission 4: Traffic Commission: E.P.S. Student Council 1, 2, 4, Sec. 3: Dorm Pres. 4: E.P.S. In- ternational Committee,3, 4. Richard I. Leighton 38 Moseley Ave. Newburyport, Mass. A.B. Economics Dean's List 2, 3: Congrega- tional Club 1, 2: Economics Club 2, 3, 4: I.R. Club 4: Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. Carole Levy 287 Claremont Ave. Mount Vernon, N. Y. A.B. Psychology Alpha Xi Delta: Hillel 1, 2: Weekly 1: International Club 2, 3. 4: FTA 4: Yacht Club 2: WTCR 3. 4. Richard M. Lightcap 34 Jefferson St. Garden City, N. Y. A.B. Economics Delta Tau Delta, Corres. Sect.: Congregational Club 1. Frederick Liguori 47 Chester St. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Weekly 1, 2: Tuftonian 2: AIEE-IRE 3, 4: TMC 1: Cam- era Club 1: Off-Hill Club 1. if ,. Co , . y 1. f at X f L, Robert H. Lloyd Rice Rd. Sudbury, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Sigma Nu, Social Chairman. Marshal: Varsity Club 2. 3- 4: Soccer 1, 2: Lacrosse 1. 21 Intra-Murals 1, 2. 3, 4: Chorus 1: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 3. 4. IVEB ITY 83 5 L 1 i 5 A i I I if , v b ,- S I . vi' 1' I .ww f-318' , rv-live '-wikflf 4,4 -523 fri.-1 ,dv w Mildred l. Loeffler Union Ave. Harrison. N. Y. B.S. Physica Di-nn's List l. 2. 3. 4: Siiimfl l'i Sikrnn 2. 3. 42 l'l'll llc'-H Kappa 4. it-' FT Rona G. Long 207 Winchester St. Brookline. Mass. B,S, Education Dm-nn's List 2, 3: Hillel -li Eliot Pearson Student Coun- cil -13 l-'TA 4. fx . if 'Hifi Ill fl , 48- Diana Lundegren 318 Main St. Bingham, Mass. B.S. Math Alpha Xi Delta: Dean's List 2. 3: Academic Honors. Tra- velli Student 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball lg Intra-Murals 2. 3: Field Hockey 1. A ki 'll f Raymond G. Lussier, Jr. 16 Bay State Rd. Belmont, Mass. A.B. English Newman Club 1: VVeekIy 2, 3, Managing Editor 4: Jumbo HOUR. Locations Editor 4: Middle Hall 2. 3. 4: 3 P's 4, Promotion Mgr. 3: lnterna- tional Club 3. 4: Off-Hill Club 1: WTCR 4. UN Marian E. Lord 53 South St. Cromwell, Conn. A.B. French Congregational Club 4, Sect. 33 Tufts Student Council 3: Dorm Pres. 3: Chorus 3: French Club 3, 4. S l l Donald F. Lutz S. Killingly Rd. Foster Center, R. I. B.S. Civil Engineering ASCE 2, 3, 4: TMC 4: Off- Hill Club 4 EB ITY Joseph B. Lovell 282 Garfield Ave. Lynn, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 2, 3, 4. Mary Jane Lowe 55 Warwick Rd, Melrose, Mass, B'S' Biology Alpha Xi Delta: Demfg List 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2 4. Jackson student council' if Dorm Pres. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: ', . A , , A , - .. .. 1 . . l f, if " " .5'?if3' . j'.':?l',kz. K ' g , r .- 12.13 f ' . - -' ,.w221z'f'.:.,.i. Tfv ,S ,. -K -' -231 S Aga-f1'i-2-fftwf' 'i 4 , 12 lg ', -,Lf , ,,zJ13.?' Z? if Sexy'-, 2.3 C , J , ,N ,Xa mf. . fl .s ,, P, 4 'T 1' .,' ,' , X' J, Univ: -wi. -t .. f 'f Stiff-1' vm. 'z' 1 f M :iw 'Hi 1527? f.'.f,v,':,+n 4?-.fs-. 0 . , eq, MQ, f5:,ef:..3, r, ,- . 1' , :ag , 4 ' vf ,. - f..-1.-9 w 'f ifV""':- Y 5- f 'aa ' iif. 'WJZQPAQ t . John J. Lyncn 311 W. Emerson St. Melrose, Mass. A.B. Economics Luigi Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra-Murals 2. 3: Jumbo Book, Business Staff 4: Band 43 Economics Club 2, 3. 4: Yacht Club 2, 3: Tufts Film Society, Vice- Pres. 3. S v 2 E s if I A-'V Roger G. LYON 14 Stanley Ave. Medford, Mass. B.S. Electrical Enginwimf Dean's List 1, 3. 43 Tau Beta P' 3, Vice-Pres. 4: AIEE- IIQE 2, 3, 4g Off-Hill Club 1. 84 :uf li: intl i':l 11 v X as 21-u il- ww "1 m .4553 -iii QQQVI' 1 .NN-:.A'.' ,O I is J If 1 5 L!" Wav 11 fl - 'W "fi 3' , 151. F ,f nd, ,,L.,, ,- v 1,-'j,.f 1, ,mf , . , :Lev .- Robert Dick MacNish Austerlitz New York, N. Y. B.S. Geology Dean's List 2: Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 1, 23 Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Rock 8: Drumlin 2, 3, Pres. 4: Navy Drill Team 2, 3. Charles E. Maher 9 Bristol Rd. West Somerville 44, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Newman Club 1, 2: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 43 Off Hill Club 1, 2: Jazz Society 2. 3, 4. John Peter Mangels 111-48 116th St. Ozone Park, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Beta Chi: Varsity Club 2, 3, Sect. 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3. Co-Capt. 4. George S. Marble 500 Milk St. Fitchburg, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Theta Delta Theta, Vice-Pres. 3: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: ASCE 2, 3, 4. Deborah E. Marks 14 Brenton St. Dorchester 21, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Dean's List 1, 2, 3: Hillel 1, 2: Chem Society 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 4. tum. JW 2, 'Z X .Mqwiz , , g V 5:22 J f , '-f . 7,5 . M- Q, ,f ik 1 Q! I , f 7 ,K ., . ,I Z M1 l f , , ,M3,,,,-.Q-a . UQ .Q J ,ff K! ,, .. 0 4 ,. 1 71 40 ' - ,Aw f ..- '12 W. E 9, w at r. ff' aff! 7. , i 1 ff 5 S 1:16 , ' ' 5 Af 5 5' 1 I , ,,.f. I ,ff ,f ea f P 9?-if SX. 1 i ,V,. . ,,,, . . ., , .psswff :Zi X ,. - ' Ii, 71252 , 1 . X ' .kg , -2- PM 1554: 3 1 534 . i we .4325 f Y f -' 1 Y 4 .fzzi , . , , " 74 Y niiiiz.. . 2 - 4, ,Jiffy :2i.1fSf.12ii' X '1.N,.-wffff'.g5!5'5--T W 1 NNN x ' .QU ,37i.,Q r 6 if 'A ji , f f ' ',,,f ff , ' ff? .X W0 r ff, f vga! , , f as Robert J. Mades 80 Woodchester Drive Chestnut Hill, Mass. B.S. Mathematics Transfer from MIT. Sigma Alpha Mu, Steward: Hillel lg 3 P's 4. Ayalew Mandefro Adere Tiko Harrar, Ethiopia B.S. Chemical Engineering Orthodox Club 2, 3, 4: AIEE- IRE 2: ASCE 4: International Club 2, 3, Pres. 4. Warren B. Manhard, II 45 Wesley St. Newton 58, Mass. B.S. Mathematics Beta Chi, Pres. 43 Band 3, 4. Nicholas Marinakis 1 Melvin St. Somerville, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Orthodox Club 2, Pres. 3, 4: Pre-Med Society 2. 3, 4: In- ternational Club 3, 4. fs'- 24' David W. Martinson Main St. Marshfield, Mass. B.S. Biology Delta Tau Delta, FTA 4. lrene A. Mavrogianis 55 Arlington St. Lowell. Mau. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Alpha Omieron Pi: Orthodox Club I. 2. Sect. 3: Pre-Med Society l, 2. 3: lnlrn-Murnls l. 2. 3. Edna R. Matz N7 Glenway St. Dorchester. Mass. 9 B.S. Psychology llillel 4: l-'TA -1. Shelia A. McDermott 81 Gourley Road Medford. Mass. A.B. French Deltn Zeta: Dcnn's List 3: Newmnn Club l. 2, 3. -l: Weekly 2. 3. -l: Chorus lg Middle Hnll 2. 3, 4: French Club 2. Sec. 3. 4: Off Hill Club l, 2, 3, 4. Maureen Ann McNally 12 Case St. Norwich, Conn. B.S. Biology Alpha Xi Delta: Dean's List 3: Newman Club lg Jackson Student Council 3. Edward J. Melanson, Jr. 96 Melrose St. Melrose. Mass. A.B. Government l R Club 3. Pres. 4: Yacht Club 3: Young Republicans 2. Corres. Sect. 3, Pres. 4: Pre- Lezal Society 4: Mass. Stu- dent Legislature Vice-Pres. 4. v V w w 1' .1 '13 .4 K: N V' 1 l 11. 10- ' 351525 . ? ff? 'Z . ' , el . ,.:M,.1,.ff,:.. f Y ,l,.ij,g.--' 3 J- cr.- E6' Wolci . . 'V' 5:31:34 r J ' 1, :fi 2' f1.e ,?',s. 4. X5 as w i gn-f-' i' I Q: Carol Mascott Tupeio Rd. Swampscott, Mass. AB- Government Hillel 1, 2: IR Club 4: Inter- national Club 2. 3: FTA 3, Treas. 4. Kenneth A. Maxwell 25 North 26th St. Camp Hill, Pa. B.S. Geology Alpha Tau Omega: Cross Country 1: Yacht Club 2, 4: Rock and Drumlin 3, 4. Nancy E. McLean 28 Williamson St. Bloomfield, N. J. A.B. English Transfer from Bucknell: Can- terbury Club 4: Weekly 4: Tuftonian 4: Middle Hall 4: I.R. Club : WTCR 4: Young Republicans 4. Walter Giles McNeill 112 Hillcrest Rd. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Delta Upsilon Rush Chairman 3, Sect. 4: Dean's List 3: Track 2: Pre-Med Society 2, 3, 4: Rodin Society 3, 4. Francis W. Merganthaler 16 Kensington Rd. Garden City, N. Y. A.B. Chemistry-Biology Delta Upsilon: Dean's List 3. 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Lacrosse 1, 2, 4: IDC 3: ECO- nomics Club 3, 4: Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rodin Society 1, 2. 3, 4. F W A A ll Q i i lx A 1 1 1 P E r I l i 1957 I0 CLSS Alan Milberg. John Mitiguy 1667 East 28th St. 75 Cliff Rd. Leslie J. Modiest Brooklyn, N. Y. Barbara Miraglia Milton, Mass. 96 Lancaster St, A.B. Economics 81 Court Rd. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Q'-linCYf Mass- Alpha Epsilon pi, Sentinel: Winthrop, Mass. Newman Club 1, 4: ASME B.S. Mechanical Engineering Hillel 1, 2: Off Hill Club 1. B.S. Education 3, 4. ASME 3, 4. David B. Moffatt 213 Woodland Ave. Malvern, Pa. B-S- Civil Engineering Delta Tau Delta: Varsity Club 3. 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle 81 Pistol 2: Intra-Murals 1. 2. 3, 4: ASCE 3, 4: Yacht Club 3, 4: Camera Club 1: NROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 4, ,' A f . ,, , , , ' 'V ' zmfl, , ' ' - " M My A If ,W gk, 4 . A x ,ay ,J , -f 'WH' " Xe 1 '42 Julie Hanes Mofford 4Mrs.7 57 Reynolds Ave. Randolph, Mass. A.B. Sociology , b 2 4 4 Bruce Wayne Moore Roundy Rd. Marblehead, Mass. B.S. Economics Delta Upsilon 3: IFC 4: Out,- door Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4. FT Ne:-S J as Roy Moore 105 Fremont St. Somerville, Mass. A.B. English Phi Beta Kappa 4: Middle Hall 3, 4. David Kent Morash 19 Stratham Rd. Lexington, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Alpha Tau Omega, Pres. 4: Congregational Club 1: Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Chem So- ciety 2, 3, 4: Pre-Med Society 1: Yacht Club 4. M1 ., Tv X. .73 .' 2519?-Pie.. - . 1f::'.I"a YY f+iSff1's:?'1-. -ff,-if ia bk ...,x?r.,.,.: xsnkkgqf A- ,ax , 4.15 if - '-. ,. ' -,Lg K 3 .ff gas. .al Allen Morgenroth 156 Lake St. Brighton, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering ASCE 3. 4. IVEB ITY 87 Marlene Margaret Morril 2 Prospect St. Concord. N. ll. A.B. History Chi Omega: Dcnn's List l. 2. 3: Congregational Club I: Marlins 2. Sec. 33 Jackson Student Council 3: History Club 3: JAC 3. iii? X FT Sara E. Morrill tMrs.l Procter Rd. Biddeford, Maine B.S. Biology Denn's List 2: Congregational Club 1: Softball 1. 3: Field Hockey 1: JAC 3. C? , X -"'7x S , if ,i.'s3:1tl 'if' Norman Moss 1661 Pelham Parkway Bronx 69. N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Phi Epsilon Pi: Denn's List l. 2. 3. 4: Phi Beta Kappa 3. 4: Lambert Kingsley 3. 4: Hillel 1. 2. 3. -4: Intra-Murals l. 2. 3. -4: lVeekly 2. Feature XVriter 3: Middle Hnll 1. ZZ: Pre-Med Society 1. 2: Yacht Club 3, 4: Rodin Society 1. ZZ. Pres. 3. 4. Marion Mulcahey 30 Hale Ave. Wlinthrop, Mass. IVEII ITY Cynthia Joan Morrow 87 Crest Rd. Wellesley, Mass. B.S. Biology Dean's List 2, 3: Lambert Kingsley 3, 4: Chorus 1. faqs. ' 1 Gerard F. Murphy 50 Stearns St. Newton Centre, Mass. 1: fl B.S. Education B.S. Mathematics Newman Club .1. Alpha Tau Omega: Deanw List 1: Hockey 3, Matthew Samuel Moskowitz 1019 President St. Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B. History Dean's List: Jumbo Book Co- Activities Editor: Forensic Council: Young Democrats, Treas. 4: Pre-Legal Society 4: Weekly 3, 4: Chorus: History Club 3, 4. Gllylord E. M053 22 Buffum Sl, Salem. Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dfmn S Llst lf 2- 3: Tau llm-ul Pl 3. 4. Delcsmtc l.3,,,,,,, COUD-I Engin. Coun. 3, 'l',-4-us' 45 AIEE-IRE 3. 4: Slim-is Cnr Club 4: Yacht Club 4. f I f Joan Shoolman Myers tMi-5.7 59 Stanton Rd. Brookline, Mags, B.S. English Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Phi peta Kappa 4: Marlins 1, 2, 3: Varsity Archery 1, 2, 33 Jackson Student Council Board Of: Avveal 45 Tuftonian 1, 2, ?'f31'agy fide, if Middle Hall -ii 1 actClb1,2g WTCR 1, 2. 3. U l X 1. Usha J. Nand 5 Queensway Lane New Delhi 1, lndlfl A.B. Sociolmv' Alpha Omicron Pi: Dcfmrs List 2, 3, 43 Academic H0r10I'Nv Tufts Student Council Alwarrl 3: Alpha Kappa Delta 3. 4- JAA, Outing Club Co-Chrmrh 3: Tennis 4: HockeY 43 mmf minton 2, 3, 4: InU'a'Mu":lli' 2, 3, 4: Tufts Student COUQUI' Exec. sect. 3. Orfwf1'fffU""S and Traffic Cornm. 4: Jacket" Student Council 3. 4: We'-k Y 3, 45 International Club 21: Sect. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Of Hill Club 1. l S s 4 i I 5 8 3 F l il V Y I 1 S 1 V ! r 88 Howard A. Nash 67 School St. Malverne, N. Y. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Phi Epsilon Pig Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Lambert Kingsley 4, Treas. 3, 43 Hillel 1, Vice- Pres. 23 Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3: Chem Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Pre Med Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Rodin Society 3, 4. Richard J. Neal 7 Maynard St. Arlington, Mass. B.S. Psychology Janet Brown Neipris 1Mrs.l 64 Oxford St. Cambridge, Mass. A.B. English-Philosophy Dean's List 2, 33 Hillel 1, 2, 35 Weekly 1, 2, 3, 4g Middle Hall 1, 2. 3, 4. John Richard Niceforo 99 Swan St. Methuen, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: New- man Club 1, 2, 3: Intra-Mur- als 1, 2, 33 Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Off Hill Club 1, 2, 35 Tufts Judiciary 4. William B. Nicholls 58 Summit Rd. Clifton, N. J. A.B. Economics Alpha Tau Omega 3 Canter- bury Club 1, 2: TMC 1, 2: Yacht Club 4. gow 1 ,Q , . KW WQK 9 x 4 4. -fc Q v'i11 iff' gm 1,1,, l' '.f'.v g XXI' ll: ww ,QI .1-'f-'D 5 '1 l'1'u' .gm wgxrara - 'r I N Qfiwij'-'l,v l'l'x'n lun! 1131214 24' as x X '-ffrftifiv' Kia Ronald Bruce Natalie 527 Lynnfield St. Lynn, Mass. B.A. Government, Luigi Club 2, Sect. 3, Vice- Pres. 43 Newman Club 1, 2, Provincial Delegate 3, 43 In- tra-Murals 1, 2, 3 3 Jumbo Book 3, 43 Tuftonian 23 Middle Hall 1, 2, 3: I R Club 3, Pub- licity Direc. 45 Yacht Club 2, 3: Off Hill Club 13 Rodin So- ciety 2, 3, 4: Tufts Film So- ciety 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Young Republicans 3, Corres. Sect. 43 Pre-Legal Society 3, 43 Mass. Student Legislature 3, Pres. 43 Tracer 2, Editor 3, Assoc. Editor 4. Rosemary Bartlett Nielsen QMrs.l 501 Beacon St. Boston, Mass. A.B. English Sigma Kappa: Dean's List 3: Unity Club lg Middle Hall 1, 2, 3, 4. Thin Ngoon Ng 98 School St. Watertown, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4: ASME 3, 4. G. Valerie Nichols 116 Forest St. Medford, Mass. A.B. French Chi Omega, Sect. 4: CODIZW- :rational Club 1: Badminton 1. 2, 3, 4: Riding 1, 2, 3: Tufts Student Council 4: French Club, Sect. 2, Vice-Pres. 3. 4: JAA, Sr. Editor 4. John W. Nixon 104 School St. Roxbury, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2. 3. 4. , H111 Ronald F. Noreen Sl Bellington St. Arlington. Mau. A.B. Economics Thcln Della Thctng llnptis! Club 23 Weekly 2: Band 2: Economics Club 2: l R Club I. Frederick W'inaton Nutt 52 Berkley Pl. Glen Rock. N. J. B.S. Electrical Engineering Zeta Pai: Soccer l. 23 Ln- crnssc I: Weekly 3: AIEE- IRE 2. 3. 4: Yacht Club 1. 2. Rcnr Coninmdorc 3, Trens. 4: Sailing Tcnm l. 2. 3. 4. Carolyn O'Connor 30 Norcross Terrace Filchberg. Maas. B.S. Electrical Engineering Ncwmnn Club 1. 23 Intra- Murnlx 1. 2. 3. 4: Tufts Stu- dent Council -13 Class Sect. 3: S t u d c n t Council Rep. 4: All-21-I-IRE 2, 3. 4: Dorm. Of- ficer 2. 3: Mayorality Com- mission 3. 4. John O'Hallornn 54 lVashington St. Milton, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Dcan's List 2. 3: Newman Club 3. 42 Pre-Med 2. 3. -1: Off Hill Club 2. 3. -1. Gabriella Alexander Olander lMrs.l 720 Ft. Wfashington Ave. f, -N pun 2 'be gi.. 'T 'L nf' uv? in gk 1 1. jg S- Q E 1 '-7. V Aff . lb- Q ,M-Y ., gb' .- nog" 'f -. ff 'W 1: ,' ', gif" 5f2' 7,1:f Q., f 4,K, ? Richard A. Northrup 129 Pearl St. Melrose, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 3, 4: Arnold Air Society 3. 4: Varsity Club 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Outdoor Track 1, 2: Intra-Murals Air Force Softball 1, 2, Capt. 45 AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 45 WTCR 3, Ass't Sports Announcer 4. Richard Alan Nystrom 3 Echo Street Malden, Mass. B.S. Biology Lambert Kingsley 3, 4, W1-est. ling 13 Pre Med Society 1, 2, 3, 4. John J. O'Connor 20 R. Hoburn Ave. Somerville, Mass. A.B. History Newman Club 3, Public Re- lations 4. Polly Parker Okie 209 Academy Ave. Sewickley, Pa. B.S. Education 7 , ' v ' V v sq. 5 John Raymond 0'Leary New Xork 40. N. 1. Q, - 69 Walter St. A.B. Government i 54. - ROSlindal0 31, M885- ' el 1 3 I R Club 3, 4 Z B.S. Civil Engineering Deutsche Verein 1. 2. 9 ASCE 3, 4' 'Q '54 , l 9 S Antone T. Oliveira 520 County St. Seekonk, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Delta Upsilong Newman Club lg Varsity Club 2, Treas. 3, 43 Outdoor Track 2, Wrestling 2, Co-Capt. 1, 3, Capt. 4: Baseball 15 Pre Med Society, Treas. 3. Philip L. Palatt 16 Elm Place Swampscott, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Epsilon Pig Hillel 1, 2, 3: Rifle Sz Pistol 1, 25 Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4, TMC 1, 2: Yacht Club 3, 4. Edwin J. O'Malley, Jr. Gordon Rd. Essex Falls, N. J. A.B. Government Theta Delta Chi, Corres. Sect., House Comm. Chairman 3 New- man Club 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Yacht Club 2, Race Team Capt. 3, Commodore 4. M I 0 ll I-AS11 Daniel Ounjian 36 Melendy Ave. Watertown. MBSS- Michael Pakstys, Jr. A.B. Economics Nancy Outhouse 15 Wendover St. Delta Upsilong Dean's List 2, vyilfiilgigiltlllg. Sltiass Dorchester 25' Mass' 3: Intra-Murals 2, 3, 43 Eco- , , ' ' , B-S- Civil Engineering mimics Club 2, 3, vice-Pres. 4. B-S-H1EdUC8f10n Education ASCE 3, 4: off Hill Club 4. Bernard Gerald Park Marjorie Herrett Park QMrs.J 43 Goodale Ave. 5 Roach St. Mattapan, Mass. Dorchester, Mass. A.B. English A.B. ReliZi0n FT U Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, Unity Club 2, 3. 91 Kendall Passmore Box 32, R.F.D. H52 Storrs, Connecticut B,S, Education Marlins 3. 4: Young Republi- cans 4. Alan S. Paster 263 S. Main Ave. Albany, N. Y. A,B, Economics Phi Epsilon Pi: Hillel 1, 2. 3, 43 Intra-Murals 1, 2, Ath- letic Council 3. 43 Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. N EB ITY , u Stephen Patkin is Beltran Sl. Malden. Mans. B.S. Electrical Engineering OH Hill Club l. lh-an':+ List lg Hillel lg All-IP tl'I 2. 3. 'lg Yarht Club l FT Nancy Paxinos 116 Blaisdell St. Haverhill, Mass. B,S, Education French Club -1: Classics Club .43 1-'TA -ig Young Republi- cans -l. A I I.. .' a U . , a . I 'Cf Ja. 5 ' Norma Pereira 74 Raymond St. Fall River, Mass. .-LB. History Alpha Xi Delta Pres. 41 Dean's List 2. 3: Sigma Kappa Prize Scholarship 2. 1911 Prize Scholarship 43 Newman Club l. 2: Jackson Student Council. Sec. Treas. and Chairman of Orientation 3: Class Sec. 1. 2: Middle Hall 1: History Club 2. 3. 4: Judiciary Council 4. Raymond Perry 100 Aiken Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Biology-Chemistry Newman Club 2. 3. -1: intra- Mural Softball 33 Pre Med Society 3. 4: Off Hill Club 3, -1. IVEB ITY Delano Wyley Peckham Middlefield, Conn. A.B. Economics Eleanor Pearce 361 Ridge Rd. Kingston, Pa. A,B, Sociology Chi Omega, Rush Chairman 3. Pres. 45 Congregational Club 1, Jackson Student Council, Dorm. Pres. 45 Chorus 13 JAC 2, Vice-Pres. 3. Jordon L. Pepper 260 Knollwood Pr, New HHVUI. Conn. AB- Government Alpha Epsilon Pig WC 0. Hillel 1. 2: Football lg ouii door Track 1, 25 lntrn.Mu,.nlS 1. 2. 3. 4: Sword and Shir-1,1 2: Class Vice-Pres, 13 P,-0 Med Svclety 1. Social Chairman 2, Margaret Alexandra Petchler flvw Peter Peters 51 DeWeY Sf- 14 Park St. Hlmtiilgton, N. Y. Somerville, Mass. Education B.S. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 13 AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4. lc ,. 5 Rafael E. Pineda Carrera 15 :if23j55 Bogota, Colombia, South America A.B. Business Administrati0I1 Soccer 2, 3. 41 International Club 3, Treas. 4g ECODOYTIIC3 Club 4: AIChE 2, 3. 92 . I Us Pr. fm Q .Fifi it 3 " ,SEN , giPzvQ 'Q 1 '49, if i? ,, I 13' 'dn . .5 l 5 Hail, lv 53- 'Q Q, U 5 xx E -3 n . ,f -v 'gina .rl F114 :iid :iff W av , 1lZ4 51,1 4 W . .Tr sl? is Michael R. Pio, Jr. 8 Barnes St. Webster, Mass. A.B. Economics Delta Tau Delta, Social Chair- man5 Newman Club 1, 45 Class Vice-Pres. 1, 25 Econom- ics Club 2, 45 Yacht Club 1, 2. Sidney B. Poeger 112 Florence St. Everett 49, Mass. A.B. English Dean's List 35 Hillel 2, 3, 4: Tuftonian 45 Middle Hall 1, 2, 3, 45 WTCR 3, 4. James C. Polk 4730 E. 71st St. Indianapolis, Ind. B.S. Electrical Engineering Delta Tau Delta5 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 45 Tau Beta Pi 3, 45 Wesley Club 1, 25 Tufts Stu- dent Council 45 Engineer's Council 45 Weekly 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 45 Yacht Club 1, 2. James Poor 20 Grant Ave. Medford, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Band 1, Steward 3, 45 ASME 2, 3, Corres. Sect. 45 TMC 15 Yacht Club 15 Off Hill Club 1. Charles F. Price Allen St. Meshoppen, Pa. B.S. Electrical Engineering Zeta Psi5 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 25 Tufts Stu- dent Council 45 Judiciary Com. 45 Chorus 15 AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 45 Tau Beta Pi 3, 4. " ,V ffl' I 4, , mx , 3 Li bi 1 X Z, Z 9 X fe , , X W m f f j s J MW, X f 'X 4 W 4 f , ,f 0 By f ax 5 2 if X ,ef t f 0 We f X 1 Q ff, f W ,K 1, v -.l "M J" . ' 3,- ng, "Z 1 . N X 134, .14 8 N vi 55. A' .. 'bf' j 3 L fill-3 i: '55, 7 ' 'eff - ,. Q 4 ff ,, . 1 ' 1 S sr' si: ll. di Xi 'X 'SHE Ia A ' H. -'1-f3'i11L.z . .-a-a afjw-v..-Q.. '-1 1 1 1 :Vean- .ffgf-l'Ffff' 4 r H- '::.:1 ."gr1-flap., fbwvqpfiihayu s A . jahuhb 59-fwfs ,-,.4.4.,, f 9, W4 4-its-o-a+ if '.,f"7'7' of- , 5'-man 5' gift' mlttqq. Q'-.Vt ft-:ii- '9 W an . " 3111.3 4414.1-va 'agzqaef ' gllhti-B YY 7-1 . Jack Ronald Pitman 216 W. Foster St. Melrose, Mass. BS- Chemistry Chemical Society 2, 3, 43 Sports Car Club, Sec. 3, Vice- Pfes- 4? Young Republicans Club 3- 41 Demolay 1, Master Councilor 2, 3: Navy Drill Team 2, 3, Anthony Robert Polcari 104 Decatur St. Arlington, Mass. A.B. Sociology Dean's List 2, 3, 43 Alpha Kappa Delta, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 45 Weekly 35 Off Hill Club 3, 4. Harry L. Pollock 30 Norgate Rd. Attleboro, Mass. A.B. Government Lacrosse 1, 2, 45 Band 1. Edward Joseph Powers, Jr. 87 Whitney Rd. Medford, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dean's List 2, 3 51 Tau Beta Pi 3, 45 Newman Club 45 Intra- Murals 3, 4: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 45 Off Hill Club 1. Robert Price 4 Lowell Ave. Holden, Mass. A.B. Sociology Delta Tau Deltag Canterbury Club 3, 45 Basketball 1. David Pulling 19 Pine Plain Rd. Wellesley. M395- A.B. Sociology L Theta Delta Thetag Unity Club 1, 2, 3, 43 lntra-Murals 1, 2, 3, .ig AFROTC Rifle Team lg Middle Hall 4: FTA -lg TMC -13 Command Squad- ron l. 2. Philip S. Ranno 450 Wolf's Lane Pelham, N. Y. A.B. Economics Sigma Nu, Athletic Chairman 3. Rush Chairman 3. Lt. Com- mander 4: Newman Club 2 Basketball 1: Baseball 2: Eco: nomics Club 3. 4. A. James Read II 34 Gould Rd. Arlington, Mass. A.B. Government Delta Upsilon, Pledge Chair- man, Social Chairman: IFC 4: Dean's List 2, 3, 4: Mayor's Council 2, 35 Percival Clement Wood Prize 33 Unity Club 4: Tufts Student Council 43 Weekly -1: Tuftonian 4: Eco- nomics Club 1. 2. 3: I R Club lg Off-Hill Club 1: Pre-Legal Society 1. 2, 3. Pres. 4: Young Democrats 1, 2, 3. 4. Charles Robert Redden 201 Columbia Avenue Cranford. N. J. A.B. Government Swimming lg Intra-Murals 1, 2. 3. 4: IDC 33 Economics Club 3. 4: I R Club 4: Yacht Club 3. 4: Rock Q Drumlin 1. 2: Pre-Legal Society 3, 43 Rodin Society 4. George B. Reservitz 366 Moraine Street Brockton, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Aillha Epsilon Pi, Historian 2, Exchequer 2, Scribe 3, Lt, Master 3, Master 4: Dean's List 2. Lambert Kingsley 3. 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Prg- Med Society 1. 2, 3, 4. 94 Cv K,'k i . , I bis.. 'lrfffrf' . x , ,.t,ff ,iff iv' 1 fi. ,,w ,fly f ff JZ Af f f J 'Iii' S, sgqh Nm, , ,M . if Bruce E. Quint 55 East St, Ipswich, Mass. A.B. Government Theta Delta Chi, Treas- 4. Dean's List 3: Golf 1, 2, 3: Capt' 45 Young Republicans 45 Pre-Legal Society 4. Lawrence S. Raymond 370 First Avenue New York, N. Y. A-B- Economics Alpha Epsilon Pig IFC 2, 35 Mayor's Council 4g Dean's List 1: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3: Econnomics Club 3, 4. Louis L. Reagan 17 Tennyson Road Wellesley Hills, Mass. A,B, Government Zeta Psi, Treasurer 45 Con- gregational Club lg Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track 1. 2, 33 Intra-Murals 1, 2, 4. Lynn Ann Reilly 79-18 Park Avenue Worcester, Mass- A.B. History Alpha Omicron Pi: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: History Club 2, 3. Carol Trilling Resnick CMYSJ 10 Stone Avenue Chestnut Hill, Mass' A.B. Education Hillel 23 Intra-Murals 3. 4? Speedball 2. Thomas R. Reynolds 95 Atkinson Street Bellows Falls, Vt. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omegag Newman Club3 Intra-Murals. f wt : W. H ' -exif. .- It 'f fa 'XM' ,-. -i - ' gf 733 4 V"'aM3f',7 fav. Is- fm '5 f 5 f- 3 X gf, .57 ff ww-swf uxgk 3 Q , N M ff M A ,M .- ,fm Msg, if W ' -3153 X Joseph L. Robinson 87 North Street Medford, Mass. A.B. Cflflgregational Club 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Q' l 9 5 3 Louis A. Ricciardelli 140 St. Andrew Road East Boston, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Mayor's Council 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Tufts Stu- dent- Council 3, 43 Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Off-Hill Club 3, 4. S, l,ll l l , , ,Il g L A S S Alfred Righini 30 Marion Street Medford, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 1, 2, Sec. 3, Treas. 4: TMC 1, 2, 3, 4. , . 4. J. Hilary Rockett 6 Oak Circle Marblehead, Mass. A.B. Government Zeta Psig Newman Club: Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club. Warren N. Rodnick 227 Rosehill Avenue New Rochelle, N. Y. A,B, Economics Alpha Epsilon Pi, Corres. Sec. 2, Treas. 33 Hillel 13 Intra- Murals 3, 4. FT UN 95 Soretta Robin 550 Greenleaf Avenue Glencoe, Ill. A-B- Education Transfer from University of Michigan 3 S i g m a Kappa 3 l1Dean's List 33 Middle Hall 3, David Bennett Robbins 106 Western Avenue Waterville, Me. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omegag Congrega- tional Club 1, 23 Golf 13 ASME 3. 43 Yacht Club 1, 3, 43 Off-Hill Club 1. - Jean Alice Rogers 33 Wellington Road Manchester, Conn. A,B, Government Chi Omega3 Basketball Man- ager 13 Softball 1, 2: Marlins 23 Chorus 13 Orchestra 1, 4: History Club 33 JAC 23 Dean's List, 4. Domenic R. Romano 50 George Street Medford, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Beta Chi: Newman Club 4: ASME 2. 3, 4: TMC 1- 2- 3- 43 Off-Hill Club 1, 2. EB ITY , FT UN Marlin F. Roth 257 Wendover Road Yonkers. N. Y. A.B. Economics Phi Epsilon l'i, Marshal 3. Truas. 4: Hillel l. 2. 3. 42 Varsity' Club I. 2. 3. 4: l'l00!' ball l. 2. 3. 4: Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Forensic Council l. 23 Tufts Film Society l. 2, 3. 45 l're-Legal Society l, 2. 3. Vicvl'res. 4. F -'iivjnfiik .wa . - f L t fri' , Robert B. Roy 511 Cheltena Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. B.S. Economics Delta Upsilong Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Outdoor Track 3, 43 Economics Club 4: Varsity Club 4. .' Q, i Y rn' jb- -' .7 .'l.' -. IAS?-Lss Q ..- Q 'ix . ..', i , N i Robert 0. Saisi l-I Lyden Street East Boston, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering 'Arnold Air Society 3, 4: XSME 2. 3. 4: Off-Hill Club 3. 4: Air Force Drill 1. 2. 3. J John L. Saledas S4 Winthrop Street Roxbury, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Orthodox Club 1. 2. 3, Treas- urer 4: ASME 2, 3g Sports Car Club 3. Francis S. Ruggeri 489 E. Broadway South Boston, Mass. B.S. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4. ER ITY Charles A. Russell 198 Olney Street Providence, R. I. A.B. English Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Weekly 1, Art Editor 45 Mid- dle Hall 2, 3, 4:3 P's 2, 3: International Club 3, Exec. Council 4. George W, R 15 Summer Stiizilt Salem, Mugs. A.B. Economic! Delta Tau Delta, Pres, 4. H,-C 2. 3, Treas. 4g Mayoris bon 011 4: Newman Club 1- Hucklli lg Baseball 1: lntm-Mumlsmll gi 313 45 IDC 2 :I Chem Society . re-Med Society 3, Y?""V"""i:iff+M-----V If. 1 Philill Salmon Th E ' Sandauisf 12? Church Street 12E?nC2l1SuS:'hSgi5i-'gig' 163rEloral Avenue WlHCh9Ster, Mass. Winchester, Mass. Malden. Mass' I A-B- Economics A.B. Economics B.S. Mechanical Engineeflnff Chorus 13 Economics Club 43 Economics Club 3, 4, ASME 2, 3, 4. Off Hill Club 1. 96 ., 52.413, N - - we Mm X l wi wwi W' ' 5 r . u , 697 Harold Santucci 33 Waterhouse Street Somerville, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering ASCE 2. 3. 43 TMC 2- Jan Michael Schlesinger 616 McCarthy Drive New Milford, New Jersey A.B. Government Phi Epsilon Pi, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra-Murals 2, 3, 4. Robert B. Schwartz 549 East 27th Street Paterson, New Jersey A.B. Government Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 43 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating Society 2, Tourna- ment Chairman 3g Forensic Council President 45 History Club 3, 4: Pre-Legal Society 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 41 Young Democrats 3, Chairman 4. James William Sharpe 99 Maple Street West Boylston, Mass. B.S. Chemistry-Biology Dean's List 3Q,P1'e-Medical So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Sherman 45 Norman Road Melrose 76, Mass. B.S. in Education Education 5' Z! 4 ? W ,,24, Sw f 5, . 2 ,2 r...- sf 1 SX NX 2 .,,, 2, Q2 ES! .NV Q xv! S f X 5 f fffmf f N X Wx X w, fs fx xgfy 6 'fx Xv x x tk ff Sfff f X X X S fm!! W xii X Xf A tg X ,X fffs K x 54 SV stamp Qi, VU ,X 1 41 fwf Asax W X ff sf, f XX df X 4 4 X W I W x my fg as W ,J W X W7 I f 'QW ' f X ,, ,limi XS 22.2 X WWW W, N xXx NX! W f f XX, W xW 7 F55 , S jfa Audrey Saperstein 300 Main Street Waterville, Maine 11.B. English Slgma Kappa, President 4: Pan Hell 35 Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Hillel 1, 23 Class Treasurer 3, 43 Middle Hall 2, 35 4: Jacksonwludiciary Coun- cll 3. Carol J. Schneider 541 Sheridan Avenue Roselle, New Jersey B.S. Chemistry Delta Zeta, Vice-President 43 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 45 Phi Beta Kappa 3. 4: Wesley Club El. 2: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Chem- lstry Society 1, 2. 3, 43 Yacht Club 1. William F. Seaward 34 Bellingham Avenue Revere, Mass. A.B. English William E. Shea 30 Surry Road Arlington, ' Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 2. Julien Shoemaker 45 Munroe Road Lexington, Mass. A.B. Government Delta Upsilon Vice-President 3, President 4. Nancy E. Simmons I0 Bertram Street Beverly. Mass. All. English , Chi Omega: Unity Club 3: lntra-Murals 2. 3. -lg Marlins Il. Al: 'l'uftouinn -tg Middle llzill 2. 3. Seen-tary -lg l-'TA -t. Carol Skellett I0 Midwood Terrace Madison IO. New Jersey B.S. Biolosn' Transfer from Hood College: Sigma Kappa: Softball Il: Ynclit Club 3. Earl C. Smith 2704 Tilbury Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania B.S. Chemistry-Biology Dean's List l. 2. 3: Lambert Kingsley 3, 4: Hillel 1: Dem- olay l. 2. Deacon 3, Steward -t: Pre-Medical Society l, 2. 3. -I: Young Republicans 3. Janet W. Smith Box 165 Kennebunkport, Maine A.B. History Delta Zeta, Treasurer -lt De:in's List 2: Congregational Club 1. 2: Economics Club 3. -l: History Club 3. 4. i , b K- 6 'tr- 'il' I. , Q Q0 v fi .MQ ll. l - ,, ,, f' - gfsq -.. ,eil ' i q' A :Il 14.91 X - 'Z'-"f .f 4815. 'bv ' f xi,-V, 5 f - ' Marvin Smith S Lovell Road YVatertown Mass. X , IQ 8 Albert Simone A 38 Kenwin Road NN ' Winchester, Mass. -1 A.B. Economics Beta Chi: Dean's List 3: Newman Club 4: Varsity Club 3: Wrestling 3. Edward P. Sklarz 2 Wayne Avenue Ipswich, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Delta Tau Delta: Newman Club 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4: IDC 1. Elaine Patricia Smith 38 Reed Street Lexington 73, Mass. A.B. English Delta Zeta, Rushing Chair- man 3: National Conventions Representative 4: Pan Hell 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: X 5 Field Hockey 3: Middle Hall , 1, 2. 3, 4: International Club 'f 3, 4: FTA 3, Vice-President 5 4: Yacht Club 4. ' 1 Q Marilyn L. Smith 36 Howland Road West Newton, Mass. at 4 , X B.S. Psychology Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4: Psi X53 - Chi 3, Vice-President 4: A O X Pi Prize Scholarship 3: Jack- son Student Council 3, 4: Tufts Judiciary 3, 4: Jackson Judiciary 2, President 4: Phi Beta Kappa. . Norman E. Smith, Jr. 4 Windrow Road - Norfolk, Connecticut History Chorus 1. A A f- B-S- Chemistry-Biology Newman Club 3, 4: Pre-Med- :ical SOCIGW 1, 2, 3, Secretary if 'fm 3 . We I.: .Q 'fi Rh l 3: Lil Ili 'F Ed! LU. ill HU 1 it I 5 ,E Ng 4.3.0 1' W' 14. ,FS ,Iv I B4 53 2 f M Water Sobol 26 Cornauba Street Roslindale 31, Mass. A.B. History Dean's Listg History Club 1. John Arthur Steinsvold 130 Evergreen Avenue Bethpage, N. Y. B.S. Electrical Engineering Gardner M. Spungin 43 Overhill Road Warwick, Rhode Island B.S. Psychology Alpha Epsilon Pig Varsity Club, Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4g Hillel 1. Richard Bradford Stackpole 227 Chancery Street New Bedford, Mass. B.S. Civil Engineering Dean's List 1, 2, 35 Tau Beta Pi 3, 43 Congregational Club 1: ASCE 2, 3, 4. John Stamegna 191 Broadway N Wakefield, Mass. A.B. Economics Zeta Psig Hockey 2, 3, 4. Louis P. Starkweather, Jr. 9310 Oakwood Place Plainfield, New Jersey AB- Government Delta Upsilong Soccer 33 La- :r0ZSe42g IDC 3, 45 Chorus -:Lf . lla "- - . .- Mqxwihlwvl 'S , :iq X' 1. . , ,X . . ,X - . , Qgeffifa -i f s fl 'SSB in H " fre: ns: Q32 ' .- fair. -yzigfe . . .Q-rc. - 'mr-Steel: s Z AI...-. ls'-f fiiflf f U 1 lflz' 'V' .',4" 3 5? IfY,,'2-"HIT John T. Stenberg 323 Central Avenue Milton, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering TMC 2, 3, Director 45 Yacht Club 1, 25 Religious Council 33 Christian Science 1, 2, 3,'4. Frederick B. Stewart 3 Green Street Bellows Falls, Vermont B.S. Electrical Engineering Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Swim- ming 1, 2: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4. Mary Lois Stockton 176 Amsterdam Avenue Hawthorne, New York B.S. Biology Sigma Kappa: Corresponding Secretary 3, Recording Secre- tary 4: Chorus 1. 3. Bradley Robert Stockwell Putney, Vermont A.B. Economics Delta Upsilon, Vice-President 4g Dean's List 3: Sword and Shieldg Tower Cross: Ivy So- ciety: Student Council 1, 2. 3. Vice-President 4: Track 1. 2' 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Intra- Murals 1. 2, 3, 4: Economics Club 2, 3, 4. FTS UNIVEB ITY 99 1 - , .. ,... H . - -- ., J' ?,1fy.'I Y , . ,Tax . . Y . E I A l. ,, Vi gs, k. 5, i, ,. i 1 ii 2 l ,Q 1. if la fel 1. iw Z, M eil lf. ew Q .il lx ,Wx 1? 9 ell .115 '. W phi J. E, 1 I, 5 '1 O fs 4 r 1 2 1 '. l " 2 E l i . li ii 3 .3 33 4.1 ll? ,Li wi fri iris gi ,Il 4, QL 3,5 ' v vi 4 E. 1,11 lit H+ ,L ff li' ,ii i .II ai! .il 3.533 .55 'li .all L, lflf x 1 -I Francis Roland Stolz. Jr. 5 Arlington Street Cambridge, Mau. B.S. Electrical Engineering John B. Surrett Goose Rocks Brook Kennebunkport, Maine B.S. Mechanical Engineering Zeta Psi: lntra-Murals 1. 2. 3, 43 ASME 43 Yacht Club 3, 4. FT U Joan Straley 55 Cedar Avenue Rockville Centre, New York A.B. Sociology Sigma Kllllllllz lntra-Mural Basketball 3. 43 Dean's List 3: Alpha Kappa Delta 3. -1: Middle Hall 3. 43 Yacht Club 3. 4. ax Martha Strauss 4 Harwood Avenue North Tarrytown, New York B.S. Education if l. 1 N EB ITY Carol Sudalter 21 Winthrop Road Brookline, Mass. A.B. History Chi Omega Treas. 43 Dean's List 2, 33 JAA Sophomore Representative 23 Treasurer 3. President 43 Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4: Softball 1, 2. 3. 4: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: M8l'llIlS 1. Tufts Student Coun 2. 3. 4: ' cil 33 Jackson Student Coun- cil 43 Class Vice-President 4: History Club 3. 43 FTA 3. 4- Sue M. Sullivan 200 Melrose Avenue Syracuse, New York B-S- Education 3 ,.,......, ,,.., ,,, ,.t-,.,....,.w,1w..+v K, 1 Gail Swanson Douglas Switze Cl W' ' 233 South Main Street 14 School Streelt anlrll Pelxllllirl-lz,pR?1laval,nger Alglredhwlrgclld Manchester, Connecticut Bellows Falls, Vermont Winchegter, Mass' glsancazgtgr Coin. AB- HISWFD' B-S- Mathematics B.S. Electrical Engineering B.S. Chemistry-Biology Chi Omega3 Dean's List 3: Newman Club 13 Intra-Murals 1. 2. 3, 4: Speedball 1, 2: Chorus 1: History Club 3, 43 Yacht Club 1: Barnum Chorus 2: Senior Activity Committee 4. l'V1'f?SUif1Z 2. 3. 43 Band 3, 43 OY0hCSU'3 3, 4: AIEE-IRE 2. Dean's-List 1, 2, 3, 43 Tau Beta P1 3. 43 Varsity Club 2, 3. 43 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross CO'-UIt1'Y 1. 2. 3, Captain 43 Engxneexfs Council 43 Chorus 1. AIEE-IRE 1, 2, 3, 43 TMC 43 Camera Club 4, Alpha Sigma Phig Dean's List 33 Lambert Kingsley 3. 4: Dickens Fellowshipg Newman Club 13 Outdoor Track 1. 21 IDC 33 Band Drum Sergeant 33 Pre-Med Society 1, 2, 3. 4- IOO David A. Tarr 31 Marion Avenue Norwood, Mass. A.B. Government Alpha Tau Omega: Mayor's Council 35 Band 3, 4: IR Club 4: 3 P's 3, 4: Young Repub- licans 1, 2, 3, 4: Pre-Legal Society 3, 4: Demolay 1, 2, 3, 4. William J. Texido 10 Park Street I-Ioulton, Me. B.S.. Electrical Engineering Delta Upsilong Newman Club 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 13 Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Ivy Society Vice-Pres.: Sword and Shield: AIEE-IRE 2, 3, 4. Wright Moore Thomas 5903 Winneguah Rd. Madison, Wisconsin A.B. Economics Delta Upsilon: Economics Club 3, 4: Swimming 13 Intra-Mur- als 1, 2, 3, 4. Carol Tillinghast Mill Lane Burlington, N. J. A.B. Drama Transfer from Westminster College: Delta Zeta Pres. 3, 4: Band 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: 3 P's 3, 4. Herbert Tobin 349 Simmer Street Lynn, Mass. A.B. Mathematics B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 3, 4: Sports Car Club Pres. 3, 4. Harriet Tannenbaum 580 Lawn Terrace Mamaroneck, N. Y. A-B- History Alpha Xi Delta: Swimming 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: History Club 3: FTA 3, 4. Michael Thea 385 East 18th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. A.B. Government Phi-Epsilon Pi Chaplain, Mar- shal-at-Arms: Club 35: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Lacrosse 1: Indoor Track Manager 2: Intra-Mur- als 1, 2, 3, 4: IDC 2: Weekly 2: Pre-Legal Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Jumbo Book 4, Asst. Sen- ior Ed. Ralph William Thompson 639 Plymouth Street Abington, Mass. A.B. English Zeta Psi, Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Steward 4: IFC 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4. Gardner Allen Tillson 136 Broadway Taunton, Mass. A.B. Drama Sigma Nu: Mayor's Council 3: Weekly 3. 4: 3 P's 3, Vice- Pres. 4: Demolay Sec. 1. Judith E. Trautman 45-17 250th Street Little Neck, N. Y. A.B. Sociology Alpha Xi Delta: Dean's List 35 Canterbury Club Rec. Sec. 3, Pres. 4: Band 1: Band Comm. 2, 3, 4. W' 3 , f i Elaine Traylor I9 Lanark Ave. Wellesley Hills, Maas. B.S. Education Alexander J. Uako 25 Pearl Street Newport, New Hampshire B.S. Mechanical Engineering ASME 3. 4. Manfred Van Der Walde N7 Winthrop Road Brooklin 46, Mass. A.B. History Denn's List 3: History Club 3. 4: Off-Hill Club 1. 2. Tamzin Carr Wallace iMrs.l 2 Arlington Street Cambridge. Mass. A.B. Sociology Stevens College 1. 2: Dean's List l: Swimming: 2. 3: lntrn- Murals 2. 3. 4: Field Hockey 2: Softball 23 NVeekly Feature Xlfriter 3: Yacht Club 3. 4. Marie A. YVarnock Menlo Park, California B.S. in Education Education Chorus 3: Student Council 4: E.P.S. International Commit- tee 3. 4: Chairman 4: Eliot Pearson. Tatiana R. Tschischewski 140 Line St. Cambridge, Mass. A.B. French-Russian Junior Year at University ot' Munich: French Club 1, 2, 4: IR Club 1, 2. 4: Intex-national Club 1. 2. 4. Jacqueline Van de Kamp Childs Road Basking, N. J. B.S. Biology Swimming 2. 3, 43 Marlins 3, President 4. Barbara Louise Van Heertum 228 Overlook Avenue Leonia, N. J. A.B. Economics Alpha Xi Delta: Lutheran Club 1, 2: Swimming 1, 23 Marlins Publicity Secretary 43 Barnum Chorus 1, 2: Chorus 1. 2: Economics Club 4: JAC Dorm Representative 1. 3. Sen- ior Representative 4g Fresh- man Counselor 4: Chapel Choir 3. 4. Robert L. Ward 47 Burch Street Arlington, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Theta Delta Chig Dean's List 3.: Lacrosse 2, 3. 4: Chem. So- ciety 3. 43 Newman Club 1, 4. William Warren 526 Main Street Acton, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Tau Beta Pi 3, 4: Engineers gouncil 3, Chairman 43 ASME , 3, 4. Joan Wilma Watson 109 Old Billerica Road Bedford, Mass. A.B. Government Sigma Kappa: Dean's List 2, 3, 45 Jumbo Book 45 Interna- tional Club 3, Secretary 4, Yacht Club 4: Young Repub- licans 3, 43 Unity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. . ,,,,W,,, , , W K ywf, , ., I ,, ,ff , W ,I if 'f fW' Richard Werby 6 Courtney Road West Roxbury, Mass. A.B. Economics Alpha Epsilon Pig Baseball. John Alan Watson 54 Sylan Road South Portland, Maine A.B. Mathematics Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Demolay 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Ralph Weaver 24 Holmer Terrace Plymouth, Mass. B.S. Engineering Beta Chi, Tennis 1: Chorus 1, 2: ASME 3, 4g TMC 4: Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Demolay 1, 2, 3, 4. W! Helen Westphal 615 Saint Lawrence Avenue Janesville, Wisconsin A.B. Economics Dean's List 4: Weekly 13 Or- chestra 1, 2: Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: International Club 23 Deuetsche Verin 1, 2, 3, 4: TMC 13 Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Bowling 2, 3. FT 3 f fm, - my 3 W, : f 5154" ' F. David Wells, Jr. 58 Prospect Hill Road Lexington, Mass. A.B. Government Delta Upsilong I.F.C. 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Ex. Comm., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, M.V.P. 8: Captain, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain: Tower Cross Vice-President 4, Sword and Shield 2g Class Vice-President 3. Merrill N. Werblun 1543 East Mount Airy Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania B.S. Chemistry-Biology Phi Epsilon Pi, President 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 2, Steward 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean's List 1, 3: Lambert Kingsley 3. 4, President: May0r's Council 2, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. S ak fly William C. Wettergreen Norman K. Whitcomb Edward Joseph White ll 23 Clark Street 21 Elm Place SDTIIDZ VBUBY Road Arlington, Mass. Somerville, Mass. Morristown, New Jersey i B.S. Mathematics B.S. Civil Engineering A.B. ECONOMICS ASCE 1, 2, 3, 4: D9m018Y 1- Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 3 P's 2, 3, Business Manager 4. UNIVEII ITY 103 Pe le L r E4 ll 1 ix. 5 u in .i :li it 0 lr, 4- A UH .. iii 1. U .4 +. .li- il w 4 I i 6 ,1 1- d . 1 0 1 1 ll l B 3 Robert F. White 50 Light Guard Drive Medford, Mau. B.S. Electrical Enzineerin! Newman Club lg Band lg AIEE-IRE l. 2. 3. -l. I "' J .u ' "HQ in . , 'n .,',.. .'k5V . , Y 'L..,df.. ' '-'.v.f'. f N "7 V w'oJ'7, , . -- t ,- r 1 . JE' ' ' 'J ,!,. 1 f .-i'.- . il lu FT Jackson Farwell Wilcox 29 Calumet Road Winchester, Mann. B.S. Electrical Engineering AIEE-IRE 2. 3. 4: Tufts Film Society l. 7 1. X Ht E .1 Nancy Winston 7910 Ivy Lane Elkins Park 17, Pennsylvania A.B. English Dean's List I, 2. 3: Middle Hall 1: 3 P's 2, 3. 4: Hillel 1. Treasurer 4. Helene Wolfe 50 Plaza Street Brooklyn, New York A.B. History Aloha Omicron Pi, Activities Chairman 43 Debating Society 13 FTA 3: Secretary 4. VEB ITY Melvin T. Williams 10 Sunnyside Avenue Darien, Connecticut A.B. English Theta Delta Chi President -1: lntra-Murals 1. 2. 3, 45 Mid- dle Hall Treasurer 3. President -13 Tuftoninn Assistant Editor 3. 4. '27 if Donald Willson I2 Kevin Road Dorchester, Mass. A,B, English Tuftoninn 3. -lg Literary Edi- tor 3, Senior Editor 4: Middle Hull 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer. ' x . X John A. Woodburn 291 Westminister Road Brooklyn 18. Mass. A.B. Economics Intra-Murals 2, 3, 43 IDC 3, 4: Economics Club 2, 3, 4: TMC 1: Pre-Legal Society 3, 4: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Alan Johnson Woodruff 6 Pine Street Cranford, New Jersey A-B- Economics Sifrma Nug Intra-Murals 1, 2, 3, 4 3 Class Office Treasurer 4: Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Congregational Club 4. Susi Wimmershoff 48 Mineola Avenue Roslyn Estates, New York A.B. Government Alpha Omiernn Pig Pm-llil-ll. ical,Society 1: lnternutioiml Club, Vice-President -1. ,L , ,Zyl 'sfflx -. i-Q5 5- .1 Richard Woodward 1 Blackhorse Winchester, Mass. A.B. Economics Economics Club 45 Off-Hill Club 1, 2. IO4 '4 in M' Yuri ,Fm A, Eli Pav, . ct Li 4: 'Bulb' Him S 5 ,-L. 1,3 1 4 N 3 Q, 'Ki 1 at 5 ,5 4 v ,qinind ,fi W Eglin X.. lv G cf Paul I. Wren, Jr. 65 Talbot' Avenue Somerville, Mass. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Delta Tau Delta Sergeant-at- Arms 4: Tennis 1: Rifle Sz Pistol 1: Dean's List 1, 3: Tau Beta Pi 4: ASME 3, 4: Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Barbara Wyand 136 Lincoln Road Medford, Mass. B.S. Education Colby College 1, 2: F.T.A. 4. George N. Zervoglos 394 Kenoza Avenue Haverhill, Mass. B.S. Chemical Engineering Dean's List 1: Orthodox Club 1, 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: Tufts Student Council 4: AIChE 1, 2, Executive Com- mittee 3, 4: International Club Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 3, 4. Edward A. Zink, Jr. 47 Botolph Street Melrose, Mass. B.S. Chemistry Arnold Air Society 4: New- man Club 1, Varsity Club 2: Cross Country 1, 2, 4: Intra- Murals 2, 3, 4: Chem Society Norman R. Wright 167 Middle Street East Weymouth, Mass. AB- Economics Zeta Psi 1, 2, 3, 4: Club 35 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3 7 P1-esi- dent 4: Football Captain 1, 2. 3, Co-Captain 4: Basketball 1: Outdoor Track 1: Intra-Mur- als 1, 2, 3, 4: Tufts Student Council 3, 4: Tower Cross President 4: Sword and Shield President 2: Class President 3. George Yang 1125 Fifth Avenue New York N Y Chemistry Biology Middle Hall: Yacht Club 4: Demolay 4. Kenneth H. Zimble 37 Auburn Street Brookline, Mass. A.B. Government Alpha Epsilon Pi: Dean's List 3, 4: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Intra-Murals 2, 3: LR. Club 1, Debating Society 1. Sports Car Club 1: PreLegal Society 1. Jacquelyn Zollo 4 Locksley Road Lynnfield, Mass. Drama Dean's List 3: Mayor's Coun- cil 4: Modern Dance 21 3 P's F X ', '19, 3, 4: Young Democrats 4. tin t 1 .M-,-W. .- , ,..... M... . , , i Q. t, ' . - N f ' N Se q.., N ' e 'xe'413+f' s N ,se , Q . -Q- -'w.'-ew ---- I ' wi- is-":1+'?-sfi-927 5 s .hy ,gn 1 Q5 9 I... .ggi-Svqfsfi . g . -215' if my . Nei fig 'JA 1 Dinan ..5, N" Uni we - h U .5131--0 ine,--' - .X l 'lx " .-'iff ' " f. ' 'I iff . I 14-ff' 5 me " 11. . sm a :sq i f, ' w , "'l' if, 1 r,L,l.i an ,h astily ill , .1 fin' , ' ' Q if 'J ",' l yi .ll - I -4' . f l V. - Q , . it I' 1 I it in E--if ' gf, I E W M ' if f I Niifl' l' ffrlfna-ff . 5 ' n it 3,-x y Hulillu ummm 4 .. 'w .1 c lvfa .,... " vu The times have changed, or rather, we've changed time. We're not Einsteins, but we know time is relative. They used to say, There's only twenty-four hours a day, And a man can do only so much in a day and no more, And you only live once. We've changed all that. With us it's only a matter of how much more Than a man can possibly do in one day we can do. The forty-eight-hour day is a thing of the past. And we're elasticizing time three-dimension- ally. We had to come to it. The student council knew that. lt's all a matter of the engagement-book. In fact, That's what the student council Committee on Time Is working on now, if they can find the time: An entering class shall consist of four hun- dred Engagement books. Each book shall have students Attached to it. four, maybe as many as seven, To properly fulfill the day's full engage- ments. One student goes to classes per book, the other six To meetings, class meetings, dorm. club, fra- ternity, Rehearsal, team practice. Each book is rep- resented On the student council. which plans three- volume Engagement books for next year. and after that . . . " "T - ?+1a.f55 ' i - -- ff "ft lukllfigt f UBGAN ATIUNS X X A X-:swf X X wx X X , XX- K. K .X X . YN X XQ xg ? X- XXX. A . r XXX gawk X- X 1' XQQWM . X -Xwxx jsw X. XX X KS wX RN XX Q X: XX XS XQQ X XXX X NN KX Ni XX XY QS. X Q fi E J, gaifwwwr il X. X if 'xxx if A 14 E42 A ix ' .X-we Q Wfu-i-3 X A in Ffa ML ,. . 4? Q 'sm 53, , w V Vf X5 22 WU 1 r alllqs. if ,M 'W' ,S X M ni. ,M , lf, fr C. Schneider, A. Appelbaumg W. Hobey l'Ill BETA KAPPA TAU BETA PI Front: W. Warren, C. Swongev, R. Lyon, Vice-Pres., R. Stackpole, L. Dolinsky, R. Clark, Rec. Sec. Back: T. Ng, R. Murch, W. Flannery, G. Moss, J. Barry, R. Poppele, G. Higgs. Ita... lC8 ,, , ,,., 0-' ' 5 A K' 1 .5 1 5' '- . n-A 1 'I' 'I- iii, :i:Nf1..ff M13 his ai:-fiiianbaxii llini1lIHQHUI.4hIJI 1 1 .1 ljiiifiiiiiir iimnnj ,mmm 1 2 lfni: In 'why-U . mam 3 U i yll 1 1 n 1 'I eff: ' .'7EH9i,5,mi' ro--' .-. ss- 1-..- nv.. f in mmf. nn J HI PIII!!! mmf x N IUIUID I Q Mi ,5!lm'f1fmnfflllI?nnX'Ti n .l.f .i'...I if " ' if VZ I u- D vnnii :up IU: Man U -.M . . ... - 4 " 9' M! tislsav- ...inn I UH Q. I youu' In Hliium W Q Q 4 NRA fy..i1N5f?.,., S? Ami 4555"- ff I lsuuq we-a,:t Qu... Zxf.. Q iyillfu mlilllll 'XIII ' , A lllllyl Emu 4 'ff5i..... ff W E I ' I s 1 1 0B ACADE IC H0 109 I The honorary biology society of Tufts, Lambert-Kingsley, strives to promote fellowship, to stimulate student research, and to provide a forum for the presentation and critical discussion of original work in the biological sciences. Foun- der of the Easter Biological Conference, L-K participates annually in the Conference and in April, through the Bi- ology Open House, undertakes to show students what is being done at Tufts in the biological sciences. First Row: A. Tarricco, S. Gross, J. Hill, Vice-Pres., M. Werblen, Pres., C. Courtovich, Sec.g N. Cut- cliffe, D. Gormley. Second Row: D. Chase, J. Sharp, E. Jevely, D. Hammer, M. O'Neill, I. Jacobs, W. Kinder, O. Merrill, C. Climenko, P. Atkins. Third Row: A. Ainbinder C. Morrow, W. Carmint, R. Casella, H. Dolph, W. Callahan, R. Nys- trom, G. Reservitz, E. Smith, E. Bernhard, M. Ainbinder. l ., -V ,ak .7 c-.. HN...-3 ,---W, -1-,f V-1 --AY V, , , , -. mi..- , Alpha Kappa Delta, the na- tional sociology honor society, is an organization whose members are selected on the basis of their academic achievement. When the Greek words from which its name is derived CAnthropon Kata- manthanein Diakoneseinb are translated. its purpose is ex- pressed-"to know man and to serve him"by furthering an interest in sociology by form- ing a closer alliance between students and faculty. The projects sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta are primarily academic in nature such as the symposium on the topic "Social Work" that was held early in December, 1956. K. Geiger, P. Sokol, A. D. Ullman, U. Nand, A. Polcari, P1'QS.Q E. Pearce, A. Weir, J. Straley, R. 'White. 'P' all 'T-, -V7 F. l-UK l7Pxl7H VT' "VJ X .L1..1Q,At1, J.Ll...LLl.l. LMLSLQ. Ui! LAAUA Ll ,wi Pen, Paint and Pretzels, Tufts' undergraduate dra- matic society, entered its 47th season with the production of "He Who Gets Slappedf' "The Rivals" was the second play, and "The Midnight Cry," a manuscript play, was the third. In producing a new play, Three P's followed a long-standing decision agreed on when the society was founded, but which has been only rarely followed. First Row: R. Elder, R. Hewson, Pres., N. Winston, R. Brinn, J. La- France, Sec., C. Tillinghast, P. Gross, G. Tillson, Vice-Pres., Dr. Balch. Second Row: H. Franck, R. Lussier, D. Tarr, P. Murphy, A. Johnson, D. Giles, P. Foley, J. Woodruff. 5 - 5 Q37 f .. .o K, pei. .-if T' 5-?f1EfZ'QC3-fir-A r-.5-A 2--ei ' 5 r l.'k"'35 iff, .ry 7 1 -'Km' '- 1' ,-':. gilgffj itil f The "theater dinner party" was an innovation of last year when a special performance and dinner was given to those students attending the Ivy Ballg even the cast got into the festivities. This year the completion of a new constitu- tion, work on the student-di- rected S t u d i o Productions, and plans for a "Theater Awards" night Cor, Oscar Comes To Tuftsl occupied the members' time. And occa- sional strike parties. Middle Hall, the English Club of Tufts University. is or- ganized for all students and faculty who are interested in literature and writing. The most notable speaker of the year was Robert Frost who gave his annual recitation of poetry in Goddard Chapel. Another interesting visitor was Ben Benson, a mystery writer, who told the group how a mystery novel is con- trived. Other highlights of the year were the Christmas Party and meetings featuring student and faculty readings. 'TIIE Il0llIN SOCIETY y if jf. rl DIIDDLE HALL The Rodin Society is now in its 15th year as an informal discussion group. Realizing that it is impossible for a stu- dent in four years to gain a general background in all fields of the arts and sciences, Rodin, with the aid of speak- ers from the Boston area, at- tempts to satisfy the intel- lectual curiosity of its mem- bers. G. Cornell, Pres.g D. Giles, J. Haz- litt, Vice-Pres.g C. Verrill, Sec., Vice-Pres. FRENCH CLUB The Tufts Film Society brings to the Hill screen plays, docu- mentaries, and experimental films, both American and for- eign. Occasionally, experts in the film industry are invited to speak at the showings. In the past year, the club has brought to the campus films such as The Death of a Sales- man and The Glenn Miller Story. Begun in 1948-49, the Film Society has continued to present fine motion pictures that cannot be seen at the local theaters. J. Clabault, Treas.g W. Nicholls, Vice-Pres. The French Club at Tufts was organized to provide an exchange of information and ideas about France and French culture. Monthly meetings have included speak- ers, film and slide programs, and an annual Christmas party. Dr. Seymour Simches has been the advisor this year. M. Keenan, Sec.-Treas.g N. Garcia, Pres., T. Devlin, Vice-Pres., E. Turpin, M. Lord. TUFTS FILM SIICIETY s-I PSI CIII The purpose of the Pre-Medi- cal Society is to further the interests of its members in medicine, dentistry, and the biological sciences, and to aid them in attaining their goals. In the Society's monthly meet- ings, prominent speakers well known in their respective spe- cialties give illustrated talks on various aspects of medi- cine. Front: A. Delman, E. Smith, D. Gormley, Cor. Sec.: VV. Kinder, Pres.: N. Smith, Rec. Sec.: J. Grasso, Treas. Back: J. Leader, K. Blotner, R. Nystrom, R. Casella, T. Swift. Psi Chi, the national psychol- ogy honorary society, pur- poses to advance the science of psychology, to stimulate in- terest on the part of psychol- ogy majors, and to acquaint others with the subject. At Tufts, throughout the year, current topics in psychology were discussed, and at open meetings, students were in- formed about job opportun- ities in the field. Ending the year was a panel discussion featuring several prominent psychologists. S. Gallivan, Sec., E. Hiltz, Pres., S. Anderson, Treas. PRE-MEDICAL SIICIETY 4 The Young Republicans Club strives to bring enlightening programs in the field of polit- ical affairs before the cam- pus, and actively supports the Republican Party and its can- didates in local, state and na- tional elections. In conjunc- tion with the Young Demo- crats, the club sponsors panel discussions. Memorable Was "Foreign Policy as an Issue in 1956" With professors Bartlett, Imlah, and Burch. The Club was also active in the mock election held this fall in conjunction with the National Presidential Elec- tion. B. McEnteggart, Sec., Vice-Pres., F. Lockheimer, J. Pitman, B. Cal- houn, R. Natalie, Sec., E. Melan- son, Pres., W. Nicholls, J. Clabault, Treas. YUUNG DEDIUCBATS' CLUB YIIUNG REPUBLICANS' CLUB The Young Democratic Club represents the Democratic Party at Tufts University. One primary objective is that of practical political partici- pation, campaigning for local, state, and national candi- dates. The Club also seeks to keep political interest high by bringing speakers to the cam- pus and by cooperating with other students groups which try to encourage an interest in public affairs. W. Starr, N. Silverman, D. Fried- land, M. Spiegel, C. Wilson, N. Peck, R. Schwartz, Chairman. 'lah The Tufts University Band carried out an ambitious and successful program throughout the year 1956- 1957. The fall football appearances were highlighted by the Harvard Stadium debut and the overnight trip to Rochester-culmination of a vigorous fund- raising campaign. The size and quality of the year's band made possible a combined formal concert with The Amherst College Band in February. Spring ac- tivities included the campus Pops Concert, and The New England Intercollegiate Band Concert, con- ducted by Arthur Fiedler, hfre at Tufts. BAND DFFICEBS A. Johnson, Vice-Pres., C. Waite, R. Poppele, Pres.: J. Bouton, Sec., J. Palmer, Man. TUFTS UNIVERSITY CIIIDBAL SUCIETY i I i bl 6 ': I i l 1 1 1 l First Row: A. Alexander, P. Gross, J. Libby, T. Cross, J. Fournier, P. Bourque, P. Heinrich, C. Tilling- hast, D. Williams. Second Row: M. Habosian, E. Turpin, Treas.g R. Kaplan, J. Keller, F. Imami, L. Finelle, P. Billinger, E. Dolph, M. Schafer, J. Kellogg, M. Moninger, N. Goulston. Third Row: A. East- man, J. Bertha, P. Hermann, G. Bickum. L. Starkweather, C. O'Con- nell, E. W3SN61', T. O'Brien, D. An- toniolo, S. Taintor, A. Sinicrope P. Raspe, B. Zimmerli, G. Gallivan D. YVarren. E ifw Z Qi .dk W Tnif-BTW 'ff' .. A ,A V ' L The first major presentation of the year for the Music Department was Stephen Vincent Benet's "The Devil and Daniel Webster." It starred Ed Kelly, Van Youngman, Patty Bourque, Earl Was- ner, and a cast of thousands. The sets and special effects of this show were matched or even surpassed by the gay production of Offenbach's comic opera "La Vie Parisiennef' As always, the chorus, under Professor Kenneth Mac- Killop, was the mainstay of both shows. Two concerts and a folk music festival in the spring balanced this successful year. evil and aniel ebster First Row: L. Gilmore, A. Bidstrup, M. Casselman, Libr., L. Gilberto, V. Guite, W. Schultz, N. Kilcup. Second Row: B. Butterworth, J. Lewis, J. Westwood, N. Rogers, M. Rogers, C. Schneider, A. Tesch, N. Bellows, S. Bienemann, E. Youngdahl, L. Wal- deck. Third Row: J. Moore, T. Somes, B. Finley, R. Calhoun, R. Lounsbury, G. Vilbig, G. Shriberg, E. Carlson, B. Abbott, R. Bancroft, G. Tibbett, R. Alson, Mgr., J. Newman, J. Shoop, Pres., H. Babinski. Seated at organ: Sally Collier Sec., Accompanist. Standing at organ: Prof. Kenneth MacKillop, Jr. J M R T A 'ii V Wyman G Heath C Gains, B. Visco, M. Park, C. Stevens, . OSS, . rc , . , . c y . I J . Atwater, A. Meek- f f V, .... -'A'-f-1,15 4,1-' ' 7 F """4-"- .z--M"r'- KIILLL-"""""IZT5-""7't" .Q -W... --1 .-.--f-- 33 .--3gf3'..--- g,...- nl, - ' , . K ,W ,.,-...- V -..- :.i'. --' 'T Tw' :..p.gg.L2 x s- . as ii . is 1-:. . e SKINNEB -...... Vw- K N . RELIGIIIUS C0llNCIL In its third year of existence, the Religious Council is func- tioning as an aid to the relig- ious organizations in plan- ning and carrying out their programs. Sponsoring an ob- servance of Brotherhood Week, the Council unites all the individual clubs in a single series of programs, thus enabling the organiza- tions to better serve the col- lege community. FELLUWSIIIP During 1956-57, Skinner Fel- lowship, the student group of Crane Theological School, was in a state of transition. The increasing percentage of grad- uate students, who are mar- ried and living off Hill, pre- sented a new set of needs to which the Fellowship at- tempted to adapt. It decided on less frequent but more worthwhile meetings. Christ- mas and spring parties, and the Radcliffe Lecture by The Reverend Howard Thurman of Boston University high- lighted the year. D. Jennings, B. Park, Sec.g D. Cummings, J. Shoop, Pres., J. Mc- Cormick, S. House, J. Hansen, G. Cornell. UNITY CLUB The biweekly meetings of the Unity Club are open to all Religious Liberals. During the first semester, the club had a variety of speakers and dis- cussions. For the second se- mester it sponsored a series of programs devoted to a dis- cussion of "The Challenges to Liberalism - External and Internal." The club is affil- iated with the national orga- nization, Liberal Religious Youth, and is advised by Pro- fessor John Holmes. J. Porter, S. Lait, A. Delman, K. Blotner, L. Golden, Cor. Sec.g R. Kane, J. New- man, Pres. Front: S. Scherr, J. Parker, J. Marshall, C. Tenbrock, P. Banks. Back: S. Lavan, G. Puerschner. ,. V. I 4 0 IIILLEL Hillel, the Jewish religious organization on the campus, is sponsored by the B'nai B'rith. Its purpose is to provide the necessary religious, social, cultural, and personal factors which are an inherent part of any Jewish community. It at- tempts to accomplish these goals through the media of Sunday morning brunches, g u e s t speakers, discussion groups, folk-dancing, and so- cial affairs with other col- leges. N EWRIAN CLUB The Tufts Newman Club has, by sponsoring days of recol- lection, a retreat, and other religious activities, become one of the largest and most active organizations on cam- pus and had helped many Catholic students fulfill their religious and intellectual needs. On the other hand, social activities included oc- casional dances, a hayride, in- tramural athletic teams, and a winter weekend in Vermont. During 1957, the first Masses ever offered at Tufts were celebrated by Fr. Walter Gouch, Catholic Chaplain at Tufts, and the Newman Apol- ogy, the club's first printed newspaper has appeared reg- ularly. fs was Front: J. Cronin, J. O'Connor, L. Dempsey, Sec., W. Cummings, Pres., F. Nelli- gan, Treas.g B. McEnteggart, Vice-Pres., J. Holk, J. Hansen. Back: A. Shiner J. McCormick, E. DiClemente. A. Tesch, W. Langwvorthy, Treas.g J. Shoop, C. Poppendieck, Sec.g B. Venner. 1 'X Xi' WESLEY CLUB Methodist students of the college community are served by the Wesley club. Through Weekly supper meetings, the club offers a source of inspi- ration and friendship. p Students participate in con- ferences on all levels, and are active in the choir and school of the Hillside Methodist Church. Goals of the club are "discussion, fun, singing, in- spiration, and service." A. Alexander, E. Dolph, M. Schafer, J. Davenport, R. Anderson, M. Lord, Sec., D. Cummings, J. Libby. CANTEBBUBY CLUB The Canterbury Club is an organization for Episcopal students. Activities include bi-weekly Sunday night meet- ings in North Hall Lounge, Wednesday morning commu- nion services in C-rane Chapel, also held twice a month, and occasional cookouts and sup- per meetings. The 1956-57 program, cen- tered around problems of the Christian community, fea- tured speakers and discus- sions on alcoholism, mental health, family problems, and juvenile delinquency. Another excellent program this year was a talk by a missionary couple on experiences during three years' Work in Alaska. CCNGBEGATIUNAL CLUB Early in the year the Con- gregational Club of Tufts joined With a group of college age young people of the North St. Cong. Church in Medford to form one organization. Pro- grams of varied nature plan- ned by Rev. Barnes, advisor to the group have been stim- ulating and unique. Aspects of religion such as miracles and reincarnation have been topics of discussion. In addi- tion to hearing recordings of several outstanding religious leaders, the Congregational Club has been privileged to have as speakers Dean Her- sey, Crane Theological School, the Honorable Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. of Washington, and Miss Corcoran of the Zion Research Library, Who ad- dressed the group on the Dead Sea Scrolls. D. Hankins, Vice-Pres., E. Glover, Sec., J. Trautman, Pres. 5 X i 2 a -S 's S 'E rf N. Marinakis, Pres.g D. Gavanas, Vice-Pres., G. Zervoglos, V. Crest, J. Saledas, Trcas. I N TER-VARSITY CIIIIISTIAN FELLUWVSIIIP The Tufts Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational group of Christians who are bound to- gether by their common alle- gience to Christ, and their steadfast faith in the Bible as the infalliable Word of God. The group meets twice a week for Bible study, and daily for prayer. The pur- poses of the organization are toencourage fellowshipamong Christians, and to witness for Christ on campus. The group also has several socials dur- ing the year. M.. 0BTll0ll0X CLUB The Eastern Orthodox club is intended to establish contact among the Orthodox students of the University. To this end it organizes lectures and so- cial functions. The lectures during the past year were in- tended to find solutions for those religious problems con- fronting our students. Among the social functions were, the Tea given in honor of the foreign students at Tufts, several informal get-togeth- ers with other Orthodox clubs in the area, and group at- tendance to the various churches in the area. The most important function of the club this year was being host to the fifth An- nual Conference of New Eng- land' Orthodox Students. Front: H. Sulahion, Vice-Pres., J. Davenport, G. Bengston. Back: D. Craven, Sec.-Treas.g M. Dungam, R. Naysmith. WET if-fa CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Christian Science Orga- nization of Tufts University welcomes all to attend the weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 4 :30 P.M. in Crane C-hapel. The meetings feature reading from the Bible and Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. Following the read- ings, testimonies, experiences, and remarks about Christian Science are shared. This or- ganization participates with other such groups throughout the United States. Front: D. Jackson, O. Judd, Pres., C. Gray, R. C. Rep. D. Hersey, J. Jones, Sec.g P. Wood, Treas.g S. House, Pres., E. Menzies, J. Stenberg Back: J. Dervan, B. Madden, R. Noreen. STUDENT FELLUWSIIIP The Baptist Student Fellow- ship, as the Tufts Chapter of the Baptist Student Move- ment, in cooperation with the programs of the Massachu- setts Baptist Student Foun- dation and the First Baptist Church of Medford had a fine second year on campus. Monthly programs featured outstanding academic and re- ligious leaders such as Dean Delmar Leighton of Harvard and Pres. Herbert Gezork of Andover Newton Theological School. In addition, a weekly program was held in conjunc- tion with the Sunday Evening Club at First Baptist as well as a fine variety of social events. The faculty' advisor is Prof. K a s p e r Myrvaagnes, and Rev. Ralph Reynolds of First Baptist Church is Min- ister to Students. NAVY IIIIILL TEANI The NROTC Drill Team is a relatively young unit, formed in the spring of 1955. It has a two-fold purposeg to repre- sent precision drilling in ac- tual practice here, and to rep- resent the Tufts Navy Unit whenever it is called upon for an appearance. X 2 ' . - gferg, .CYS tp ,,x,.A K A A , , . I.. -fvisfs if' 2 -, .f is V Y' 1" . , .J 1 ,,,g'f,?5"i ' yakze YW f rv 'ffgIL,..' Q 'Y fd Q fi, lj' '45-Q ,yank Wg ' ,ff Q 1 f,W2ifi45jw'.'fiii' -mi J X iE'lf.f L, vii-1 " 1s'5,i"WWf.fX'i3l'i'w ' -, 5- ' , A.fiQ,4.,,i,mx1 Efgjfwq f A G jf4Q,Wimg,f?'3f1'gg- . l it , :qLQ'fi.Q',I , qw f'Uf7'7'Vf E1 """ "9 'J . ,gr ,, . Q Q1 -A A ' f ah, ji V7 " V, Q, V' , . , an , Q. M. .X ,.,f5'ifT?z3,,.., j:z...g1 a I J. ,'zf'1,,.,1..a., W V, 1 , N- -ann-Q duh- I -qgQllll!nliqp3q19."gbc-miss-1. - nga-,-.qzff wa. -rg-,ir Y 5 A ' ' - .- 1' f ,V ,, The function of the Battalion Staff is the conducting of drills and reviews, with per- fection and precision as their objective. The Staff is con- ducted with efficiency and order in their hours of prac- tice on and around the Tufts campus. ARNULD AIR SUCIETY The Arnold Air Society, the honorary Society of the ROTC, acquaints the mem- bers with the activities of a modern air force. Trips to West Point, and to bases op- erated by the Air Defense Command serve to aid in their objectives. AIR FORCE DRILL TEADI The Air Force ROTC Drill Team set a goal of National Championship for 1965. As a precision marching instru- ment, the Drill Team last year was defeated only by Dart- mouth College, in the inter- collegiate competition held at Trinity College. The Drill Team's appearances at the fall football games added an extra attraction to the season. First Row: W. Chever, R. Langlois, R. Northrup, P. Berube. i . 1 Second Row: W. Bosselmann, F. Thomas, G. Druckenmiller, R. Baisi, E. Zink. N. Fitzgerald. W. hV21l'1'9I'1, Pres.: R. Farkas, Vice-Pres-3 McCarthy. J. Polk. AMERICAN SUCIETY 0F CIVIL ENGINEERS The Tufts Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is a junior branch of the National Society. To familiarize students with their field, prominent lectur- ers address the members, and frequent field trips to labs and construction projects are sponsored. This year, the seniors were taken on an in- spection tour of the New Massachusetts Turnpike by the Turnpike Authority. The Society stresses the advan- tages of professional registra- f---"- tion with the American So- r ciety of Civil Engineers. EN GIN EEBS CIIUNCIL The Engineering Council of Tufts University acts as the coordinator between the un- dergraduate departmental clubs, the faculty, and the business concerns seeking prospective employees. At the meetings held by the Council, various problems concerning engineers are discussed and methods of solution are found put into practice. Front: J. O'Leary, H. Santucci, F. Cundari, Pres., M. Barum, L. lJo1inskY,.R- Stackpole, J. Geddes, M. Pakstys, G. Higgs, Vice-Pres. Back: D. Loity, N. Fitz- AIEE-IRE The Tufts joint chapter of the AIEE-IRE attempts to ac- quaint Electrical Engineering students with the latest pro- fessional and technical devel- opments in their field. In monthly meetings, stu- dents heard prominent lectur- ers present new aspects in electronic research and de- velopment. Members them- selves demonstrated accom- plishment in the spring En gineering Open House. Front: J. Saledas, D. Romano, Coleman, J. Poor, Cor. Sec. Back: W. Warren, D. Robbins, R. Hamblet, G. Corcoran, G. Emery, Chairman. W. Donnellan, Vice-Ch ' . . Sec.-IRE: J. Polk, E.C?1?t1i?uTJT,Clhrlglaglgcgkalgglfing R- Grady' Treasf G' Gilfoil' ANIEBICAN SIICIETY 0F DIECIIANICAL ENGINEERS The American Society of Mechanical Engineers at Tufts offers opportunity to members for learning more about their field through bi-monthly meetings, profes- sional conferences, and field- trips to nearby plants and companies associated with engineering. The faculty Works closely with ASME, helping members to plan their careers. E 2 l 3 I P 1 r V V r . ,--1--......-,..,- P E. l x l I 4 i 'P 1 M , Q Q r if P R I I Y L ,. L , l 1 K r D. Miller, Sec.-Treas.g J. Cox, P1'eS-5 R- Ffll'k3S, ViCe'P1'eS' CIIEDIICAL SUCIETY Development of a professional spirit and a pride in chemis- try, presentation of guest speakers who are experts in various phases of the science, and provision of opportunities for students of chemistry are among the purposes of the Tufts Chemical Society. At its monthly meetings, the so- ciety endeavors, by means of lectures. films, and discus- sions, to present a broader view of chemistry than is possible in the classroom. The society, which is a Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society, also sponsors the annual Chem Open House. A. I. CII. E. The Student Chapter of the American Institute of C-hem- ical Engineers helps acquaint prospective engineers with their chosen profession. Be- sides the monthly meetings Where informed speakers lec- ture, members view motion pictures descriptive of the various phases of chemical engineering and take trips to industrial organizations such as Esso Refinery and Mon- santo Chemical. J. Pitman, N. Hilar, J. Parker, Sec., C. Schneider, W. Hobey, Pres.g C. Poppen- W1'Cll WTCR is the Tufts Univer- sity Radio Station radiating from the "dungeons" of Bra- ker Hall. Since April 13, 1956, the voice of the Tufts Radio Workshop has been on the air. The Station now boasts approximately 40 members, and is striving to fulfill its dual purpose as a campus ra- dio station and as a radio workshop for interested stu- dents. J- P0013 H- TObin, J. Saledas, G. Glass, B. Barber, Pres., I. Coleman, Sec.-Treas.: J. Pitman, Vice-Pres. A First Row: D Mulh ll baum R Lockheimgr agd, A. Wood, L. Shapira D Kl' 5- ,-Jh ,. ,.1nke.S dR , Manmngham, D. Allen, J- If1IeIE1oJrEf.'lh1rd Row: J. Heriot, Mfcglpiegelllvlligllicesellg SPUIITS CAR CLUB The purpose of the Tufts Sports Car Club is to bring together students with a com- mon interest - sports cars. The meetings feature sports car racing films such as the annual Sebring or LeMans events, discussions of sports car activities and highway safety, and exchange of inter- esting pertinent magazine ar- ticles or photographs. They travel as a group to the va- rious races held in the area. and also sponsor their own or participate in other col- lege's driving events and safety road-eo's. Car owner- ship is not a requirement for membership. 'Lil Under the leadership of Joan Dartnell, President, Sally Collier. Vice-President, and Meredith Blod- gett, Secretary-Treasurer, the Jackson Student Council strove to "promote the welfare and inter- ests of all students of Jackson College." Orientation Week-Parent's Weekend -- money raising campaigns to establish the scholarship fund-the activities file and the summer job file kept-up-to-date-revision of the guest rules-ex- tension of calling hours-a 12:15 becomes a 12 :30 on Friday nights-teas for the house committees and the house mothers-Freshman Assembly pro- grams-an All-Jackson Meeting-all these and many other activities made this year's Jackson Student Council an. efficient and helpful organi- zation. .IACKSIIN STUDENT CIIUNCIL First Row: B. Julius, S. Collier, Vice-Pres.g J. Dartnell, Pres., M. Blodgett, Sec.-Treas.g M. Smith, L. Almassey. Second Row: A. Johnson, A. Krimgold, E. Pearce, M. Lowe, H. Gifford, M. Casselman, L. Cray. Third Row: C. Sudalter, N. Cut- cliffe, L. Amster, M. Harlow, M. Lord, M. Keenan, P. Martin-Jenkins. l3O i 3 5 i al il .1 ai , , 1 I I fff A 'vl --ggi Dlemhers of Student Council George Fee, Pres., Bradley Stockwell, Vice-Pres., James Buckley, Treas.g Usha Nand, Exec. Sec., Carolyn O'Connor, Valerie Nichols, Lyn Cray, Susan Lovell, Martha Casselman, Daniel Feinberg, George Ryan, Bruce Bye, George Deemys, Haskell Kassler, Robert Wat- son, Jack Leckie, Thomas Hanlon, Peter McKenney, Charles Mullin, Thomas Baer, Ronald Brinn, Robert Seaver, Stephen Stone, James Read, Roy Jones, Norm Peterson, Patsy Easton, James Polk, Courtney Bourns, Louis Ricciardelli, Greg Gallivan, Dan Manningham, Dorene Lees, Edward Kelly, Paul Perito, Mimi Harlow, Sec. TUFTS STUDENT CIIUNCIL Tufts Student Council is the governing body for the undergraduates of Tufts University. It re- spects at all times the primary responsibilities and the authority of the more specific student governing bodies of the University. The primary purpose of the Council is to rep- resent the opinions and interests of the under- graduates, to unify and work for more coop- eration among the students, the faculty, and the administration in campus affairs, and to supervise all organized and unorganized activ- ities. The Council further tries to assist these groups with maximum effectiveness, and to insure that they are conducted in the best in- terests of the students. sn HW- -WW K ,,,,., --S , , , -Y' is K ,3'7'X,,'c'vX""'11' :xr A - I W s .""-rr ,, ,"""'l"'I , J .v ,- MQ A26 133 'fc ' - 1v'wY,csxt,a -zffyz,-.av-tc.-, ' L 2. , A-Q N- 31,14 , V :Lvl - , ' ,finl- ,,, as th , ,-.sa p,,,, ,,,.,i,sgxx3.3A,lq,, .,a , !jgg,.,w,, ..ss,,ng., ., ,. x 0. .. . ., A . . . , HP . , ,, wg tg Jsgxzxg if ,M , 'lgYy?.::3:,,Q: V.3Qk3sX.s,,Q,.,h I, I ,tJ.1.,:.,'-'r- F L R 4- -5. L Q, ,rw S 4' J . Li14i3'- f ' 1 1 if-' ik 4 9 ss 'fall' I 1 I .-: X wfieadiv'-I , Iliff 3-56 ,2"" if-1 'if-?"5 was-l me , Jwfmmrr uv V -Nw, nf Q X Q ,Q M, p,ls,.,,, . , , .ft V ,,, . N l , ,, 1.31- ' :pta XJ- slats ffgy- . - -nv' .fu - N WLT?XSi!'226ffXi5Si5'f'- f ., u 'a All . p N lj . l J r J- s- e Q Q J was 9 9,35 L, A, 6- rpg-ig. 1, p A . 1 A , :. - f 41. Jig? l ' ' - , ' 1 .-ai K-s35l,,,,,.,,f ,rs - ' - 9 I wh A 1 xl, A ,ta-5.,.Qs5ssi,!',f,-,'grits --wif . A M . - K 1 at t. f Q : ff 5 539 A gs, 2 ilgfrw k K -t . vi e,qrs.52,y - Iss , ., 'P K ' il H Y -J, X A 'QI ...------...-i.- l Fw -+-vu., D Lees, L. Dunn, T1'6aS.j R. Long, Sec., R. Todd, K. Bulls, Pres., S. O'Gorman. In 1951, the Nursery Training School of Boston, founded in 1922, became affiliated with Tufts University. In 1954, the School moved to the Tufts Campus. Simultaneously, the proced- ure was begun to rename the School in honor of the first director, Dr. Abigail Adams Eliot, and the first chairman of the board, Mrs. Henry Greenleaf Pearson. In the fall of 1955, it formally became the Eliot- Pearson School. The School now has five dormitories on the campus. The Student Council of the Eliot-Pearson School is offi- cially represented on the Tufts Stu- dent Council, on the Off-Hill C-oun- cil, and on the Women on Campus League. Cne of the School's most thrilling achievements was placing second in the 1955 Christmas Sing, which Was our first entrance in this type of competition. Our affiliated program, with liberal arts and professional courses, is de- signed to educate teachers to under- stand and teach young children with ability and helpfulness that matches their love for them. ELl0'l' PEABSIIN SCIl00Ii ' ,..- ..... I l 1 l x.. Q5 W 1 E G. Higgs, H. Frigon, G. Fee, H. Kassler, N. Wright, T. Cahill, C. Bourns, B. 5 V Q . f. :Li 5 A K ' l ,. eg' J Af: -- Q riliundl Qiiiflfrs ez mfr' w e ' -N N W' ff? ,fi ' X W .. 'E vw qi, .ggi 'Lf-. ln.:' A " 3k?wf'fww,f .:..L'!H' . J - f -5 PW X, ' Q- 7. gv352'.af fs - - 'vs' ,,-. ffl" ur- ,QW f i-55:35 ,f e. - f'qg,f,,ffy v phzzfir. 1 ' --eL.1',fa, liirigill fx ' Zi4':J' Z Q -,-Pj' Q4 .ZW Li pQwQfZirl'i,f??::5Is2!2 , X97 f7 1-nf' an I f fx gig if fkfgipqgtu :',a':'g,a-' WJ 5 'D 0 -T. QQ .aa Q1 - I '9Y:1.Ei4,5 vf' , 2 W 4.4: 'iiol .Wasaag-4, JL-15-F,t 4 .-1? . ,"vo-' ff if fff' ai' 'lgfcc 1- :J-Jgrfl f , 7 N time :gn ' MZ 9-9 Y?iESf""f" " vxlrfy J if A 'gxs ff' Ffnilfidljgf - :J Q 4? I 'if A N Wg ' M Q cglll S2 uf . A l 1 l Stockwell. , T 0 W E B C B 0 S S I . P 5 l 4 I I . 5.7.7. .. Tower Cross the Senior class honorary society, recognizes the members of the class who are outstanding in campus activities. To the end of extending and increasing the Tufts Univer- sity spirit, Tower Cross helps in running pep rallies, and sponsors the Christmas and Spring Sings. This year, a jazz concert was sponsored before the homecoming game. xx 'x XXX X xr L ff,-Hz! F l XX, X J l Ofaxfg RK ,XX ls IVY SUCIETY The Ivy Society, the Junior honorary society, was founded in 1901 as the Ivy Leaf Society for the purpose of breaking down factional lines in the University, and has continued in this function since that time. In the interim, the duties of the Society have in- creased so that it now has published the Ivy Book, planned the entire Ivy Weekend including the Junior Day exercises, softball game, the Ivy Ball, jazz concert, and picnic in May, conducted the C-ampus Chest Driveg and ushered at Freshman Assemblies, Academic Honors and other formal functions on campus. C. Wilson, R. Poppele, P. Clarey, H. Ellis, R. Bucknam, C. Rand, S. Stone, R. Seaver, J. Asiaf, R. Belin. X U l I 1 First Row: J. Ausman, P. McKenney J Doykos L Stiles P Blum Second Row: R. Fisher, J. Leckie, R Watson SWOI-Ill AND SHIELD The primary functions of the Sword and Shield Sophomore Honorary Society are to promote class spirit and integrate new students into the college community. In the past few years, the Society has published a Freshman Directory, a useful means of becoming acquainted with the new students. Sword and Shield has now encompassed further ground both by acting as guides and ushers at school events and as Freshman Counselors. Once, from having been just a tradition, the Society is now a working part of the student body. 135 .fl L '4 lil, 'f91,. 11 w ' .Vo 1 44 .mil 'f U I an -3 2 h V5 l 1 lill 'l .ill .'-2' ll 3 I tg! iii gl . Fl .gx . fl al. :- HY l .1 ly. ..v, 1' O4 l vc.-,Q , e l l ' 4 'l l I I I l ll L, l":l fs '3 "3 Uhr? I ll 5 5. l l ll l U 1 w J, If fl Y .nys Q . .ll .-1 .- I .i il m , if '4 1 1? fl 5 'N l ., 5' 4 ' . l Q' 5 ll I . sl 5-23 131 ,-xi .,,g ' s gs ri lil li 1:1 1 lil l ! V ii. -. G. il I 3 5 is QE il .Q 1 lg 2 . l .. 1 D D lan . g . 1 E 3 5 il ! 5 l - 1 iz M .fre ' i ,. V l. . 5' . V , fifkilala CLASS IIFFICEBS The Tufts and Jackson Senior Class held a clam- bake for all seniors in October of 1956. The bake was held at the Smith picnic area in Lynnfield, Mass. The attractions that helped to gather the 250 people that attended were free beer, clams, lobster, corn, salad, and of course, lots of fun. The Senior Midwinter Dance Was held in the Georgian Room of the Statler Hotel in January, 1957, and featured Freddie Sateriale's music. This too Was greatly enjoyedllby the 500 or so seniors that attended. A E. Kelly, Pres., D. Gavanas, Marshal, G. Higgs, Sec., A coffee breakfast sponsored by the joint Senior classes was held in the early spring. This coffee preceeded' the Sunday morning services at the Chapel. The traditional moonlight cruise commenced Sen- ior Week. Class Day Was held again Friday morn- ing, June 7, with the prom following that night in the Louis XIV room in the Hotel Sommerset, music being provided by Freddy Guerra. After the Class Day exercises on Friday, there Was a buffet for the seniors on the President's lawn. L. Almassey, Pres. 5 U. Nand, Hist.g A. Saperstein, Treas., N. Cutcliffe, Sec., P. Cummings, Marshal. Not present: C. Bourns, Vice-Pres., A. Woodruff, Treas. C. Sudalter, Vice-Pres. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN S. Stone, Pres.g N. Peterson, Stu- dent Councilg R. Bucknam, Vice- Pres., R. Belin, Sec.g P. Clarey, Treas.g G. Gallivan, Student Coun- cil The first function of the Jun- ior Class this year was "The Battle of the Bands" jazz con- cert held in Jackson gymnas- ium in January. The evening featured several jazz groups from the college campus With a keg of beer being awarded to the Winner. The concert was well attended, the collec- tion of talent on the campus proved impressive, and the function as a whole was con- sidered successful. The Junior Class also spon- sored its annual Junior Din- ner Dance in February which was held at the Hotel Somer- set in the Louis XIV Ball- room. The dinner consisted of roast half spring chicken with all its trimmings, and the dance featured Jack Ed- wards and his orchestra. Tickets could be purchased for 36.50 per couple. The plans for Ivy Weekend Went smoothly and proved to be a memorable and enjoyable one for all. Held in May, the weekend included a roaring jazz concert, the prom, and a special party. A beach party With the annual faculty-stu- dent softball game rounded o u t t h e long-to-be-remem- bered Weekend. E. Jevely, I-Iist.g A. Johnson, Pres., M. Harlowe, Vice-Pres., A. De- Moor, Marshall, J . Isherwood, Sec., I. Fersing, Treas. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY EIGHT c A s s o F 12 I C E Il t The main objective of the class of 1959 this year has been to save money so that we will be able to hold big affairs in the next two years without going into debt. We have had several magazine drives for the veterans hospitals and also made some extra money by showing movies on campus. The Jackson sophs have also done a good deal of Front: J. Ausman, Vice-Pres., P. McKenney, Sec. Back: philanthropic work this year. The Sword and Shield has done an outstanding job in their an- nual traditions work and in running the two blood drives. Even though we have not had many class functions, the president believes that this year has been a good "building year" for our class. R. Watson, S. C. Rep., J. Leckie, Pres., J. Fox, Treas.g J. Millinchamp, Pres., J. Costanza, Marshalg F. Svening- R. Fisher, Marshal. sen, Treas.g B. Pass, Sec.g M. O'Brien, Vice-Pres. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-NINE T. O'Brien, S. C. Rep., A. Wood, Treas. ' B. uinn Marshal 1 Q 1 S Crowley, Sec., F. DeLeone, Pres., G. Craig, Vice-Pres. An unusually large and spir- ited Freshman class began the fall year of 1956 by show- ing almost unexcelled enthus- iasm in its struggle against the Sword and Shield. This spirit continued throughout the year and was especially noticeable in the support given to the varsity sports and to the freshman teams. Following the election of the class officers in December, they lost no time in forming a Freshman Representative Council whose main function was to serve as a go-between for the class and its officers. This Council consists of fra- ternity, dormitory, and off- hill representatives. The class also showed its interest in so- cial activities by cooperating with the Sophomore and Jun- ior classes in presenting the Ivy Weekend which is one of the major functions of the col- lege year. J. Leavy, Vice-Pres., S. Delaney, Marshal, M. Unterman, Historian, P. Martin-Jenkins, Pres., J. Tay- lor, Sec., M. Ayres, Treas. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY The Tufts Weekly, conducted through the 1956-57 season by Tom Baer and Ron Brinn, is a student paper which offers its staff experience in gathering and editing news, setting up dummies, writing heads and assisting in the technicalities of printing. The paper is free of all censorship and is always open to new talent. The past few semesters have shown considerable changes in the Weekly. From what many students called "a glorified bulletin board," the paper has evolved into a more mature effort. Controversies were met squarely by the editors-even sought after in some instances-and the editor did not hedge significant campus issues. Among the controversial issues discussed in the pages of the revitalized Weekly were play reviews, the honorary societies, sororities, tuition, and fraternity discrimination. In addition to providing interesting reading to its public, the Weekly gave birth to an ageless Tufts- man named Len Krensche. Len symbolized the "smoothness" and gay abandon dreamed of by the overworked and care-worn studentg his words will be a potent reminder of the thinking of the class of 1957. Left to right R OBrien Feature Ed R Howe Managing Ed., T. Baer, Editorg C. Russell, Managing Ed., M. Keenan, Jackson Ed H Karten Copy Ed N Peck News Ed H Yospin, Circ. Mgr., S. Jacobs. 5 1 Q 14o i 3 v vw ll I Sl f . s fi 1-ef gl .J ul ll all lilo! N . ll s 4 v 4 v 1 4 xw. First Row: M. Williams, R. Ol- son, D. Willson, Ed. Second Row: S. Poger, J Holmes, Exec. Ed., J. Myers, B. Park, It has been said, by just about everybody, that great oak trees from little acorns grow. We don't know about that, the only thing we ever planted was a dead bird, and nothing came up. We do know, however, that great writers from little pencil-pushers grow, the student of today, putting nouns and verbs together because he has an ego to feed, becomes the mature writer of tomorrow, good because he has something important to say and he says it skillfully. Skill is acquired. Nothing but God and experience can give a man something to say worth saying, but skill comes from work, and the will to work comes from en- couragement. The Tuftomlaxn exists to encourage. Maybe this year, or last year, or next year, The Tuft- onian planted or will plant a small acorn, and tomorrow or next year, if what everyone says is true, there will be a great oak. N The work on a yearbook is divided into periods of time. The first period is known as 'Hgetting the blankety-blank senior section in," and consists of Rusty tearing her hair out trying to get everyone in the senior class photographed, and at the same time getting the "biographies" in order and com- plete. Along with this we have Pat and Bernie and Lynn and Bill struggling through the Depart- ments of Instruction, and Herb getting his fa- mous candids in Ballou. For a while Metcalf West 03 was the center of operations, but just before Christmas, "Open House" at the Curtis Hall Publications Room, af- fectionately known as "The Pub," began. From then on most of the work was carried on there. The next period of time came right during finals, and if you noticed glazed looks from Kevin, Marty, Matt, and Tom, you know that it wasn't only from studying. Left to Right: J. Hodge, Lit. Ed., M. Casselman, Act. Ed., D. Giles, Ed.-in-Chief, S. Gallivan, Sports Ed., T. Devlin, Sports Ed., C. Mullin, Org. Ed., N. McAdam, Asst. Org. Ed., B. DeSimone, Fac. Ed., D. Abbott, Fac. Adviser, M. Moskowitz, Act. Ed. c yxxk I 1 "2 is E it g"!w,S wnsw' vs The third, or "Help! Deadline Satur- day!" period Was the most exciting fspelled exasperating, or exhausting- or bothl. The entire week of February 10-16 was spent in "the Pub.", with occa- sional breaks for Kups of Kursaal Kof- fee, et cetera. Nance McAdam was the star of this bit, as she, Kevin, Tom and Sheila slaved over hot typewriters and quietly cursed groups who didn't show up for pictures. And each day, Dee won- dered if the opening section would 'really get done. The race to get the last pictures and Write-ups in, the search for several missing items, and "Mr, Ryan's" question at Student Council-plus' Don Willson's helpful hints as to what to do with the Book all added something Cvve won't say vvhatl to the "final hours." Jim C. and his staff had already sold all their ads and options and were sitting back looking infuriatingly complacent as the rest of us Worked on. Now, if the proofs are okay and that party for Doc comes off, the Whole thing will have been Worth it. And Mr. Abbott will be Very pleased. llli lvllll GETS SLAl'l'E ll The first play this year was Andreyev's "He Who Gets Slappedf' directed by Dr. Balch. A slow-moving but penetrating study of a disillusioned Euro- pean gentleman who takes re- fuge as a clown in a small circus, it starred Gardner Tillson and introduced Peggy Dunphy as a young bareback rider with whom "He" falls in love. The setting was full and colorful, and was soon playfully dubbed "cluttered realism" by cast Cof thousandsj and crew. ,hw-, 4' f' TIIE IIIVA LS "The Rivals" by Sheridan was the second show in this year's series and directed by Otto Ashermann, it proved a lively one. Guest director Ash- ermann made a strong im- pression, and led his cast, which included Jackie Zollo, Ted VonKamecke, Van Youngman and Pris Foley, to a well-balanced exhibition of Style acting. Brilliant cos- tumes and a virtuoso set, de- signed by grad student Edwin Grove, Jr., as well as the pol- ished performances made the show enjoyable to all who saw it. THEATER Three P's kicked off their 47th season with a musical Pretzle Night. Written by "veep" Gardner Tilson and directed by "preXy" Bob Hewson, the show was a take-off on the Broadway-type musi- cal and featured Jackie Zollo as "Mari- lyn Mansfield." Led by a strong executive council CHeWson, Tillson, White, LaFrance, and Youngmanb Three P's had its usual series of sparkling meetings, devoted to deciding on: plays, com- mittees, plays, directors, and plays. Traumatic experiences with Studio Productions Cfinal score: 1 down, 2 onj, fin- ishing the Constitution, and where to hold the beach party added to life among the thespians, or "Gross! It could yet happen to you !'l if 35 T .- IJ l45 g t.. Since reactivation in 1948, the Tufts Mountain Club has been a vital group of outdoor-minded students. The club centers its activities at their lodge in Campton, New Hampshire. One of its TUFTS NIIIUNTAIN CLUB J. Stenberg, House Dir., K. Jacobsen, Pres. E. Menzies, Sec., R. Swonger, H. Heap, Treas. main functions this year was its skiing expedition between semesters-a welcome relief from all w YACHT CLUB Students congregate at the Tufts Yacht Club on spring and fall afternoons to sail, study or just relax. On week- ends the club is the scene of intercollegiate regattas and Tufts plays host to teams from the East and Midwest. During the past season our team either won or defended three major trophies. The club's facilities are excellent, with fifteen boats always ready. Highlights of the social season is the annual spring cook-out. R. Cook, Sec., J. Keenan, Vice- Com.g J. Friis, Adv., E. O'Malley, Com.g W. Nutt, Treas. N. Peck, R. Schwartz, J. Clabault, Sec., J. Read, Pres. FUTURE TEACHERS 0F ADIEBICA The Carmichael Chapter of the Fu- ture Teachers of America voted to grow up along with other national college chapters, and they are now a member of the Student National Education Association. The aim of the chapter is to aid in the develop- ment of preparing teachers for their future careers. The meetings have been designed as discussion groups about topics of general pro- gressive knowledge at the novice level. Guidance, Traditional versus Modern Methods, What is Student Teaching are some of the selected topics. In April, in conjunction with the National Education Asso- ciation, several foreign students joined the group in a forum, dis- cussing their comparative educa- tional systems. A. Gleicher, Pres., C. Levy, C. Mascott, C. Sudalter, M. Odneil, D. Chase. PRE-LEGAL SOCIETY The Pre-Legal Society provides in- formation and advice for prospec- tive lawyers through trips to law firms, legislatures, and law schools. During the past year, Paul Perito devoted his efforts to recording the principles of the club in a new constitution. Data on financial aid was compiled by Marty Roth who contacted over fifty law schools to obtain a scholarship file for enter- ing law school applicants. Activi- ties concluded with a trip to the Ames Competition at Harvard. -if D INTEBNATIONAL BELATIIINS CLUB The International Relations Club of Tufts University fea- tures specialists in the varied fields of international rela- tions. Guest speakers are drawn from the Tufts faculty and from emininet World au- thorities. The Decemberfmeet- ing entitled Symposium on the Soviet Union brought to the community a distinguish- ed panel of Philip Mosely, Hans Morganthou, Brezenski, and Kent Geiger. The Inter- national Relations Club in- vites your interest and active support of university lectures and discussions Which con- cern everyone. Front: S. Wimmershoff, Treas.g J. Jones, Sec. Back: E. Melanson, Pres., R. Hew- son, Vice-Pres. X I. exft 2 SX X 5 IN TEBN ATION AL CLUB The International Club, even though estab- lished only two years ag0, is HOW enjoying one of the largest memberships among the Clubs on Hill, with representatives from forty-eight different countries. During the past year, the memorable functions have included a cook-out, dances, a nationality Christmas night, ban- quets with unusual foreign dishes, and many other informal get-togethers. In a nutshell, the purpose of the club is to attain a good inte- gration of the foreign students with their American classmates and the faculty, and to provide a meeting place for the exchange of ideas among the people of the various cultures represented. R. Pineda, Treas.g A. Mandefro, Pres.g G. Zervoglas, N. Garcia, Rec. Sec., W. I-Iryshko, Pres. '12, lleWl0LAY DeMolay is an 1nte1 national fraternal or ganlzation formed on the principles of fidelity and brotherly love. The Tufts Chapter was organized in 1953 and has been active in state and local activities since its beginning, having officers on the State, Jurisdictional, and University Priory Suites. It sponsors such activities as the DeMolay Moonlight Cruise last year. This year, the Tufts Chapter is the host for the Mass Westerly Juris- dictional Conclave which brings boys, the majority of whom are freshmen, from the entire state to Tufts Campus for a weekend. D. Friedman, P. Wood, J. Fuller, J. Guinta, R. Hespe. CADIEBA CLUB This year the camera club held sev- eral supper meetings and discus- sions. Various photography en- thusiasts have been doing portrait Work, while other interests have included motion picture study and titling, scenery studies with color slides, and black and white pro- cessing. The darkroom has been put to good use by club members, and the club is hoping to extend its activities next year with suf- ficient interest. B. Stewart, Pres.g A. Usko, Vice-Pres.g T. Devlin. CLASSICS CLUB The Classics Club is one of the newest clubs on Hill, having been founded last year. The club is open to all those interested in the clas- sics. Dr. Van Johnson, Chairman of the Department and Mr. Wm. Harry Kagdis serve as advisors. This year the group has seen slides of Greece and the Near East and heard Dean Ashton speak on Biblical Archaeology. J. Porter, R. Johnson, J. Marshall, S. Scher, T. Williams, N. Garcia, H. Taylor. lf' In the spring of 1956, the Jackson Judiciary Council Was organized as a separate branch of the Jackson stu- dent government. This revision provided for class rep- resentation, a smaller judicial body, and a separate Board of Appeal consisting of both faculty and student members. Since the time of this revision, the Council has improved organizational methods to a great extent. JACKSIIN JUDICIABY Front: L. Sansom, N. Pereira, S. Galli- van, M. Smith, P. Rivituso, S. Chilcoat. Back: V. Davis, L. Almassy, S. Gross. ,ff The Interdormitory Council was formed in 1953 to con- trol and regulate dormitory life as well as an agency to represent the interests of the students living on campus. The Council today consists of thirty-two members, elected from their respective dormitories, whose duty it is to make and supervise all rules and regulations of dormitory life, and furnish a Judiciary Committee. The Council also controls social and intramural athletic ac- tivities. INTEIlll0IllVIITOIlY CUUNCIL First Row: D. Avila, Vice-Pres., D'. Burke, Pres., R. Jones, B. Bye, H. Wilcott, Sec. Vice-Pres Second Row: R. Casella, L. Starkweather, S. Gordon, R. Hale, B. Calhoun, F. Wietecha. 151 THE LUIGI CLUB The Luigi Club is made up of some sixty members, all residents of East Hall. The Club creates a kind of unity among the residents of East, thus causing a greater interest in the social and academic affairs of the campus. The group is well known for its participation in the events of the college community and has estab- lished itself as one of the main tradi- tions here at Tufts. First Row: J. Hill, R.' Natalie, Vice-Pres. Second Row: E. Duane, J. Cronin, Sec., D. Burke, Pres., R. Casella, Treas.g C. Montemayor, P Chernoff. VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club was established in 1945 to create a scholarship for deserving athletes. Since then, the Club has taken charge of refreshment conces- sions for all campus activities. Their famous an- nouncements at the football games became a looked-for part of the afternoon. This fall the Club held the annual Sports Dance where they awarded trophies to the Most Valuable Players in major sports and crowned Fanny Sveningsen as their queen. The alumni basketball game, a picnic, and a jazz concert were among some of their other activities. G. Nicholson, Vice-Pres., B. VanHerrtum, P. Judd, N. Cutcliffe, Pres., F. Svenningsen, Sec., S. Tilly, J. Butler, V. Davis, P. Murphy. J ACKSON ALL-ABUUND CLUB The Jackson All-Around Club is pri- marily a social organization. During Freshman Orientation Week, it spon- sors a breakfast and a tour of Boston. Its two major projects are the All Jackson Dinner and the Spring For- mal, which this year has Polynesia as a theme. The Club is alco active in collecting clothing for Poland and the under privileged areas of Boston. MAY0ll'S CIIUNCIL The Mayor's Council started off September, 1956, with a bang as they sponsored the all freshman talent night during Orientation Week. This was followed by the Mayor's Skit Night includ- ing some of the new-founded freshman talent and "that famous dance." Pep rallies, bonfires, and car caravans kept up the spirit of the football season and the mock basketball game, staged by the Council and the cheerleaders be- tween periods of the Tufts- Harvard varsity basketball game, was a big success. Winter Carnival and the '57 Mayoralty Ball topped off a great year. First Row: R. Mades, J. Doykos, G. Deemys, J. Lannefield, L. Kraskouskas Second Row: E. Farley, R. Brinn, R. Kingsley, J. Simon, G. Ryan. Third Row: M. Baram, J. McGrail, R. Watson, D. Stevens. F it .I A Y , I r' I f Pf k 34 by : N 2 1 'fi sfo F I R! ' I bi H - BYU., n fkyflji I Q xy .1 - Q' if . A 4 l I :"- ' 3ffs" 'i ' I X it 1 Pt ' f I don't know if you know Joe. Do you know ? fix. ' ' , ' Q -25 X" 'Q I Joe? ' . it' f X 'f J iii" 4 W' W ' . , . I. I ,hifi fl X X If K, g fqj ell, I do, and even if there s nothing going f ,, , X, ,, ,Mt f A. lv I l on' . ii. til t high- gf f t W W And you'd think nobody had to have idea .sl , 4MQ49fMr' about that, i gi' , ii - N' Why, Joe is the type guy who alwaysthasfan 'Zgfgj ' xg - 4 sl, idea. li ff .5L1?+ W N I Take sports, I mean basketball, hockey,f.fi'po,t- I Wiki' ball I , . ,-S-, "11"""."f' Or track-running, I meah like that, ZZ: sports, lsss i You want to hear Joe's idea? ' You would think, or I Anyway would think that with sports either you play Or you watch it. Well, one time Joe and I watched A football game, and he played everything but that, And I said my idea, You either play it or watch it. And what do you think Joe said? Well, Joe said, Sure, the two kinds, the players, and people watching. But there's a third kind watching them both, always, But mostly watching the players and the guys on the field, They don't watch the stand, they watch this third kind, And they always know it. What's going on here? I said. Joe said, Yes, there's something watching the players. It's the game. It's the perfect game, the ideal perfect k Game that never gets played or only in parts, flashes. And another thing. The players don't watch the people In the stands. No. It's the game in their minds. Well, I said, Joe, you certainly have the ideas, And you may be right, at that, I said, you may be right. PIIBT ? -Q r K ' xii A my QESQ' H' if A xx Y- Q .25 X fm, The year 1956 was a banner one for football at Tufts. Not since Prof. Lewis Manly coached an undefeated team in 1934 has there been a season to equal it. It was also an impressive year as far as the statistics are concerned. The J umbos out- pointed their opposition 238 to 92. The rushing yardage was even more phenomenal. Wells and Wright alone gained more yardage in' rushing than all the opposition teams together piled up. TUFTS HAS BEST Wells totaled 777 yards and Wright 513 to a mere 934 for the other teams. The entire team'-totaled 2519 yards gained rushing. Quarterback Ralph Thompson Was the outstanding passer of the year making 18 completions in 45 attempts for a total gain of 495 yards, While Wright was the outstand- ing pass receiver. The Class of 1957 can look back with pride on this team which brought so much distinction to Tufts. F0oTBALL sEAsoN IN Much of the credit for the success of the Tufts football team must go to Mr. Harry Arlanson. He has continued to demonstrate the superior coaching ability that made him one of the nation's outstanding high school coaches at Weymouth, Massachusetts. Since his coming to Tufts three years ago, his teams have Won seventeen games, While los- ing only five. N TWENTY-TWO YEARS 5 M -N f yr ' If , I-'M figs U X -' , I I X Y f , R x ,, N.. 4 If ?c',.,.- " ,. fi A .,. 5 X 1 lf! X , , J, MN , , M , ., if f f +ff,5ff'F1N M , . when, ,..IMtAm.s ,CMJ Mszk X 'fb' Ni ii 4,1 ,Q x y Y X' X Ni, of Q f 5 W Q, A K ,Huy ang ve 3, fyag Q., .N w 4: x is it X 4 1 X 'N xx a F a , u JMU .A .Q is 1. ., gsikosw , f 1 1 2 .1,' ABLANSIIN WELLS AND WRIGHT LEAD The Tuftsmen opened the 1956 season with a 23-0 win over Bow- doin, although the game was not an example of their best playing. The team was nervous and was also anxiously awaiting the fol- lowing week's game with Harvard. However, the team was at its best on the week-end of October 6, when, before a crowd of 17,500 in Harvard Stadium, they scored a thrilling and unforgettable 19-13 upset over the Crimson. Tied 6-6 at the half, the Tufts team came back on the field to make a 76 yard, 14 play drive from the second half kickoff to make the score 12-6. They came on for another long touchdown march, this time of 65 yards, in the top of the last quar- ter, bringing the score to a 19-6 margin. Harvard then came back with 7 more points with 7 M min- utes remaining in the game. As Tufts fans held their breath, the J umbos held the ball 6 of the re- maining minutes to end the game at 19-13. The whole team deserves credit for the win but outstanding among them were Ralph Thomp- son and N ormie Wright. Having proved their superiority, Tufts rolled on to trample an out- classed Trinity team by the lop- sided score of 52-20 to the enjoy- ment of an overflow crowd at the Oval on Homecoming Day. Re- venge was sweet for the previous eight years in which Trinity had beaten us. There was no contest at any time during the game. ,IUDIBUS TIIIIIIUGII VICTIDBIUUS 6-l SEASQIN The winning streak continued by steamrolling over a supposedly strong Williams team by a score of 40-20. Williams had been undefeated be- fore this game, but they were no match for the Tuftsmen. Dave Wells scored three touchdowns, one of them on a spectacular 99 yard run, with Lou Rigano converting four points after the touchdowns. Hopes for an undefeated season were crushed the following week as a surprising Amherst team upset Tufts by a score of 6-0. A pass play in the first period provided the only score of the game, while a strong Lord Jeff line held the Jumbos practically motionless. The team regained their form the next week as Normie Wright paced the attack with four touch- downs that brought about a 51-14 triumph over Rochester. The defensive play of linesmen Asiaf, Rigano, and Fisher was also a key factor in the Tufts win. In the last game of the season, Tufts routed Upsala 53-19 in a game in which the Jumbos piled up a total of 555 yards. In their last appearance Wells and Wright scored two TD's apiece. In post-season honors tackle George Kurker was named to the first team of the AP All-East team, while Wright received honorable mention. The same two stars were also named to the first team of the All New England eleven. First Row: Thompson, Ricciardelli, Fortin, Frates, Co-Captains Wright and Wells, Gold, Bowdring, Shaw, Provan. Second Row: Roth, Kurker, Northrup, Gilligan, Ellis, Adams, Glicksman, Rand, Asiaf, Noonan, Werblum. Third Row: Abrahamian, Callahan, Benjamin, Whalon, Hailer, Hegarty, Marsh, Cahill, Hanlon, Crowley, Begosian. Fourth Row: Fisher, Pykett, Asst. Mgr. Godleski, Barooshian, Murphy, Mgr. Pothier, Siano, Moriarty, Asst. Mgr. Banas, Fox. '4'-4, Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts SCOBEBOABll Bowdoin Harvard Trinity Williams Amherst Rochester Upsala SIDELINES-1956 Ir F Y vi 0 .J pl I 5 fa Ili 5,-Gly? .re ,QM Q. vs, SE' ? i 55954 .93 I px' gal' '-I 4 T . 1 l T ! The 1956 golf team, under the guidance of Coach Grimshaw had an excellent year, win- ning seven of their nine matches this season. Captain Ed Couble led his team to close vic- tories over Amherst, Wesleyan, W.P.I., Lowell Tech, and U. Conn. by the margin of 4 to 3. The other two victories were by the margins of 6-1 and 7-0 over Bates and Clark respectively. The only matches that the team lost were both very close ones also by the margin of 4 to 3. Kneeling: N. Hall, Captain E. Couble. Captain Ed Couble blasts one Standing: Coach G. Grimshaw, G. Holton, W. Graves, B. Quint, R. Porter. rs I I 1 Co-Captains Bill Fitch and Andy Eastman SKIIN The Tufts Ski Team entered its 1957 season with a brighter outlook than it has had in years. Only one member of last year's team was grad- uated and four promising freshman were added. Returnees were co-captains Bill Fitch and Andy Eastman, both juniors, Bruce Hoyt, also a junior, and Ron Langlois, a senior. The ski team is a member of the New England Intercollegiate Ski Conference in competition with eleven other New England college teams. Six league meets and two invitational meets were scheduled for the 1957 season. In 1956 Tufts finished fifth in the final league stand- ings. The success of the Tufts team is due partly to the leadership of Mr. Philip Sampson of the Psychology Department, who has been faculty advisor of the team during the past two years. L. to R.: B. Hoyt, R. Sang- uinetti, Co-Capt. W. Fitch, , Co-Capt. A. Eastman, J Young, fmissingj E. Hosmer R. Fuller, R. Langlois. -u-Nile. ., . First Row: Powers, Pistone, Captain Swonger, Shea. Second Row: Mgr. Bumsted, Benedict, Stevenson, Cotter, Coach Dussault. CBUSS C UNTRY Due to very strong competition and a lack of depth the 1956 Cross Country team was only able to come up with a record of four wins and four losses for the season. Six of the eight meets for the year were tri-meets in which Tufts won three times, took second place once. and came in last place twice. In the two dual meets they won against W.P.I. while losing to Northeastern. The two outstanding runners for the season were Captain Ron Swonger and Jim Powers. I63 First Row: M. Griffith, E. Collier, R. Hale, G. Fain, P. Wong, E, Johnson. n Second Row: R. McLaughlin, K. Benedict, R. McCarthy, P. Bloom, Captain G. Higgs, A. Kran, R. Pineda. Third Row: H. Fiske, Mgr., W. Cheever, J. McGrail, D. Feinberg, R. Gibbons, J. Finkelstein, P. Shaw, L. Reece, N. Wolff, J. Bohn, Coach. occlzn SC0llEBOABD Tufts 6---Brandeis 0 The 1956 soccer team, led by Captain Gerry Higgs, compiled a record of six Wins, three losses, and one tie, giving Coach John Bohn his best season in eleven years as head of the soccer team. The most valuable assets of the team were an abundance of skilled players, including a strong reserve, and excellent team spirit which stimulated the desire for victory and resulted in good teamwork. Tufts 1---Harvard 3 Tufts 2---Clark 1 Tufts 1---M.I.T. 0 Tufts 0---Trinity 7 Tufts 0---Amherst 6 Tufts 4---W.P.I. 2 Tufts 4---Wesleyan 1 Tufts 5---B.U. 0 Tufts 1---U. of Mass. 1 X-A YN. X sw... A u 3 s 5 Co-captain Ahlberg Co-captain Parsons In spite of the handicap of a lack of suitable courts for prac- tice, the 1956 Tennis team managed to win three of the ten matches that they participated in. The leading singles players T E N N were Ahlberg, Bourns, and Parsons, while the outstanding doubles were Bourns and Ahlberg, and Parsons and Levine. First Row: S. Fitch, B. Cohen, Co-captains R. Ahlberg and T. Parsons, C. Bourns, J. Klaubert. Second Row: R. Goldberger, R. Levine, P. Clarey, D. Guzi, B. Warner, P. Tanphiphat. Third Row: R. Trieble, Mgr., R. Senna, B. Lee, L. Palmer, Coach. 165 First Row: J. Gonsalves, R. Weiss, R. McMahon, R. Gardner, R. Murphy, K. Cutler, J. Pistone. Second Row: S. Feinstein, R. Fortin, D. Gotshalk, A. Muench, F. McMillan, P. Shaw. Third Row: Coach W. Kearns, C. Hoss, D. Saunders, D. Beecy, S. Gilligan. Fourth Row: R. LeMaire, Mgr., L. Lawrence, A. Hyman, S. DeAngelo, J. Rand, P. Whelan, S. Aparo. ASEBALL . . . tea P SCOIlEBO RD Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts Tufts 1 ------------------Harvard 2 5 --...-............ Amherst 6 15 --..-.---......... Suffolk 2 5 -----------....... Northeastern 5 3 -------........... Bowdoin 6 15 --------.......... Brandeis 6 5 .................. W.P.I. 5 9 --------...-...... 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F t 1 1 s f f f Q- rw X ssss 2 xx YQ.-Xxx x x -x f s 1' S Ass.,-X..SRXXssss sssxsixs s. -ss The baseball team in its 1956 season posted a win- ning record for the new coach Mr. William Kearns. Out of the eighteen games that the team played, they won ten. The J umbos were a very strong hitting team. They were not shut out in any of their games, while they piled up a total of 124 runs, compared to a total of 96 for the opposition. The toughest competition for the year was in the games against B.C. and Harvard, who defeated the Brown and Blue team twice each, by very close margins. winnin record for Kearns X V, N Zeit--K X X . HM 'N X r. M .M ' T Lx h ' i i V., M f f fr . , " 'Q Y, 'X' L 'A xv 1 XS 'iff ig 'Wig X' wgxgsil, V ' i fa xx, fr ,. r if if , gl.i?7b Y'.cL ,Basin ...t...- ff lf. xi' sf .,X,Rx,N,,, A l 5 J AA,.. We-Vp 5 0UTn00n TB CK The 1956 season Was an excellent one for the out- Tufts side. In the big meets, the Tuftsmen took door track team, With the exception of one loss, first place in the Eastern ICAA meet, second in a close one to Rhode Island in a quad meet. All the New England ICAA meet. other victories were by top-heavy scores on the First Row: P. Halberg, R. Roy, B. Johnson, Captain, R. Gavoor, J. Steinsvold. Second Row: W. Grey, Mgr., D. Wells, E. Cotter, V. Faucon, K. Glick, S. Stone, Mgr., Coach Dussault. .. . . K .X K B 5. ,R ping . .... ...chmod 168 WX fu? , -2 g 2 .Q .2 .W 5 9 , wg 2 ' M2 f N 7 J :sp 1 A First Row: W. Perkins, R. Sozio, R. Shaw, G. Spungin, R. Hayes, J. Donatelle, E. Freeley. Second Row: R. Schlesinger, K. Dickson, E. Burke, H. Dolph, Co-Captains G. Knightly and T. Markham, R. Tarvin D. Perry. Third Row: A. Kran, Mgr., R. Frigoletto, A. Glicksman, G. Bournakel, R. Cheever, R. Jones, D. Auray, R. Chisholm, R Ward, C. Bacos, J. Schlesinger, W. Brannigan, T. Ring, Coach. LACBIISSE The 1956 Lacrosse season was one of ups and downs. Tufts was the winner in the opening J game against a strong Williams team. Contin- uing this strong start, the Tufts teamthen de- feated teams from the University of Massachu- setts, Middlebury, Trinity, Holy Cross, and f Worcester- Polytechnical Institute. However, a NMC 4 run of bad luck resulted in losses to Harvard, i"5'5'? M. I. T., New Hampshire, Amherst, and Boston Lacrosse Club, leaving the team with a sea- sonal record of six wins and five losses. Co- captains George Knightly and Tom Markham were standouts all season, and were named to the All New England second team. Gardner Spungin and Dick Hayes, co-captains of the 1957 team were also outstanding performers. The team enters the 1957 season with Tim Ring continuing his excellent coaching. 169 3 First Row: Lt. Cmdr. T. Sullivan, Asst. Coach, J. Pistone, R. Coviello, P. Halberg and B. Moore, Co-captains, R. Gavoor E. Flannagan, Asst. Coach, T. Bingay, R. Swonger, B. Ince, C. Wilson, C. Dussault, Coach. Third Row: R. Jenkins, R. Carleton, D. Holmes, D. Kelleher, K. Benedict, J. Steinsvold. 00B l7O Co-captains Paul Halberg and Bruce Moore led the 1957 indoor track team under the perennial guidance of "DiH2I,' Dussault. Only two meets have been held at this writing with Tufts defeating Northeastern and losing a close meet with Bates. There are two other meets in the season, against New Hampshire and Brown. The team established a new Tufts record in the two mile relay at the B.A.A. meet, by finishing in a time of 7 minutes 58 sec- onds to win the event. Outstanding men of the team were Ga- voor in the relay and the 600, lnce in the 600, Pistonie in the 1000, and Halberg in the mile. ...,... ' ' i 5 r 1 , Y Y 5 1 1 b ASKET The basketball squad Won its first game of the year against Boston College by a score of 61-54, after having lost their first four games to Amherst, U. Mass., Harvard, and Clark. However this was followed by losses to Brandeis and Wes- leyan. The next three games were victories for the Tuftsmen against Trinity, Northeastern, and Worcester Tech. 'sag 5.5.3-H -Y' , Losses to Brown, Boston University, and St. Anselm's followed. A win over Bates com- pleted the season as of this Writing with games remaining against Bowdoin, Spring- field, M.I.T., and Buffalo. Outstanding scorers for Coach "Woody" Grimshaw were Captain Bert Muench and Phil Shaw, while Pete Stanley was the best defenseman for the season. l First Row: P. Shaw, P. Williamson, Captain A. Muench, I. Stephanian, P. Stanley. , Second Row: Coach Grimshaw, D. Gerson, R. Roy, R. Lionette, J. Miller, D. Feinberg. QSM-ups' I73 74 Q .malf- I 5 3 x I l First Row: Mgr. O'Brien, Cook, Carta, Holsworth, Pickering, Nelligan. Second Row: Cook, Denney, Mulligan, Co-captains Ina and Mangels, Pool, Christ. Third Row: Coach Palmer, Schloss, Miller, Gibbons, Grayson, Barry. WIMMI The swimmers had a poor season in 1957 in spite of Larry Palmer's efforts. As of this printing, the team had won only one match against a weak W.P.I. team. They lost to Trinity, M.I.T., Wesleyan, U. Mass. and the prospects against the four remaining teams on the schedule were not any better. The re- maining matches were against Brown, Holy Cross, Bowdoin, and Coast Guard. Co-captains Pete Man- gels and Sam Ina deserve a lot of credit for keeping the spirits of the team high in spite of the setbacks. I75 ssc. ..,..., ,, .1 X- - X. , itrljg . .X EV -, ' K' Sus, H . M... ,t.- X .. X W., in , ., . WM, Q 5, nl., ENTS , Sing., - es ""- we-Q. V . lg, ,:, ,' 1. ,g -A , . , X ' 'af Jzsf if-F " 'r Y 5+ a ffriN Ws'TQl' X fii.ssv'..... . fa . f aff fu , v - 2' T I . - " 5 l- ' ""L':.. 'A ' Q -' "i"'w N X X ,X - if sig. 11.5. gin-,3f..:f, 13" 'f 'ST .Q we e wlml' :iz "'3 'IQ 'iii I ' - . 'f 'vita . FTF' Q ff. - 'fr 4'-H 'Ha :mi ' ' ' X V ' 'f we Y "V 'Hr -1 -V ' J 4 , M -' 1 X is t . us, - f K fi --'nag .., i -vb X wi i' vi? -if Q ., sv .er-X zfwfjg Q sw:fi:2s',5,r X. .Og-ygg. rev f Ar, Y U , H - 1 I f ' " Q45 . r . WERE :in U ry. 4 ssl he X . ft ' ' Q if c A - f' K x S. L . ,, ,,,, .. 1' ' W A .. 'V ' . - A H. W.. as .s ' QF 'C if N- i, gf , .----""" , Qsgga--' W 'W' 4 First Row: C. Cinto, J. Stamegna, D. Phalen, D Wilson L Mackey L Spang Second Row: Co-captains T. Nolan and A. Conley G Murphy W Hamilton R Kelley C Dalhn V Lang IIHCKEY The twelve games played so far by the 1957 Hockey Team show them to be one of the most promising teams in New England. In sharp contrast to last year's poor showing of only five wins out of seventeen games played, this year's team has already piled up eight wins as against only five losses, with a good chance of winning their last four against U. Mass, Amherst, Harvard, and M.l.T. Tufts defeated Bowdoin twice, New Hamp- shire, Princeton, Army, Williams, Holy Cross, and Colby, while losing to Boston College, Boston University, Brown, and Northeastern. Sparked by Co-captains Tom Nolan and Art Conley, and coached this year by C-harles Arthur, the Jumbo pucksters had a season that Tufts can be very proud of. My ' If 5 X 9 3 v i i 1 l i I X - . V .f , wiznwf MMM 'al fha 1 Mal, j! 7, ff Q 5 'N X98 ' Q ff! J 'Y' 4 45 pl 'S :X 9 4 1 I f Q1 K I ,l, ex X , ' ' I.. A :gh . b ef: , . if- ' ' .' , 5 Y I 0 . g f- ? , I-5' I Q1 W gg,g,g,,Wf, A E 3 A 3 . 1 k E L K 2 r E E E I i E i I i 177 Ni ! i . ,i, 5 C :K ,J '- ' 'M"""' W55'f777"fTS1'Y369f'f'f'i""'T'T' ld TUFT5 First Row: Fr. Mgr. Lavoie, Scoboria, Jennings, Chalifour. - Second Row: Fiske, Higgs, Captain Oliveira, Kean, Currant. Third Row: Asst. Mgr. Colella, Ornstein, Baskin, Allukian, Marshall, Wil- TIILETIC DEP BESTLI Returning lettermen Kean, Fiske, Higgs, Oliveira, and Currant pro- vided the nucleus of a strong team for Coach Ruggeri. Although only five of the eight matches for the 1957 season are completed as of the deadline for Jumbo Book, the Tufts Matmen have Won three of them against M.I.T., Amherst, and Boston University. They lost to Williams and Wesleyan, mainly be- cause of forfeits in the lightweight classes. Outstanding members of the team were Higgs, Oliveira, and Kean in the 167 lb., 177 lb., and the unlimited classes respectively. BT G. Grimshaw, L. Palmer, R. Goodfellow, H. Arlanson, F. Ellis, J. Presbrey, H. Knovvlton. Missing: C. Dussault. 'N 178 .Lv Y 2' 423. L L - 1, if , , Xxffyfi, Ci Wi, T . PHYSICAL EnUCATl0N FACULTY I J' E Q ,f ww a .lACKs0N ATHLETIC M ASSOClATION Miss Wright, Mrs. Eschenlauer, Miss Beedem J. Cornelius, P. Wurtz, S. Gallivan, Vice-Pres.3 C. Sudalter, Pres.g J. Brokenshire, Sec.g J. Butler. 1 CKS PUBT Miss Constance Applebee, who in- troduced hockey to the United States explains the finer points of the game to Jackson captain, Sheila Gallivan. FIEL HIICKEY The 1956 field hockey team began practice in September under Miss Beedem's instruction. The team Was composed mainly of underclass- men, including forwards Anne Alexander, Sally Curran, Alice Depew, Joanna Cornelius, Connie Gorenflo, and Jane Davenport, and backs Sandy Bromer, Addy Cates, Sue Gross, and Sheila Gallivan. On the schedule were games with Pembroke, Radcliffe, and Marblehead, which produced a 1 and 2 Won-lost record. . JA, ' First Row: Miss Beedem, S. Hovey, R. Nel- son, L. Stockton, D. Jennings. Second Row: C. Conley, S. Gross, C. Goren- flo S. Bromer A De ew A 5 , - D , .Cates, J. Cor- nellus, S. Gallivan. s9S?"' IIDEB ANCE Under the new leadership of Mrs. Arthur Eschenlauer, the Modern Dance Club increased to a member- ship of twenty. The group ex- panded also by attending a sym- posium at Brandeis and holding one at Tufts with Radcliffe and Pembroke in attendance. In April the club held its most successful program which in- cluded dances ranging from mod- ern callipso to ancient ritual dances. With its new leader and enthusiastic membership the group promises to be even more "profes- sional" next year. First Row: C. Cotter, S. Lait, I. Diez, B. Bao M. Schafer, F. Nenna. Second Row: J. Libby, E. Gretch, C. Juillerat J Cummings A Alexander h ' . . XY' ef fs s X .- wqesx'fwLN"X'Tf ' gi' if - it Q l8l BASKETBALL On the basketball schedule this year were games with the University of New Hamp- shire, Radcliffe, Pembroke, Brandeis, Whee- lock, Regis, Suffolk, and Boston College. With a great many veterans returning, the team had a strong foundation consisting of C-arol Sudalter, Marcia Hannafin, Connie Gorenflo, Peggy Wurtz, Joanna Cornelius, Mary O'Neill, Gail Grandy, Sheila Gallivan, Addy Cates, and Jo Fournier. SCUBEBIIABD Jackson 50 ..... ..... S uffolk 17 Jackson 38 ..... ..... R adcliffe 36 Jackson 14 ..... ..... P embroke 17 Jackson 36 ..... ..... R egis 32 Jackson 42 ..... ..... A lumnae 17 1- - New faces also aided this year's team in the persons of Sandy Bromer, Alice Depew, and Sally Curran. Dormitory and sorority basketball leagues were also active in order to give every girl an opportunity to par- ticipate in intramural basketball. First Row: C. Gorenflo, A. Depew, C. Sudalter, J Bickford, Cates. Second Row: D. Edwards, M. Hannafin, J. Cornelius M. O'Neil1, S. Gallivan, J. Butler. Third Row: Miss Beedem, M. Golden, S. Delaney S. Bromer, C. Conley, L. Van DerMark, J. Fournier J. Lewis, P. Wurtz. DMI T0 The 1956 badminton team ended the season with a 2-1 record. This year Miss Wright coached the squad, which consisted of several returning varsity players, Gail Barton, Cathy Climenko, Elaine J evely, Ann Monier, Valerie Nich- ols, and Audrey Tesch. With additional support from Liz Bernhard, Natalie Lavenburg, Carol Perry and Ruth White, the team enjoyed another successful season against Pem- broke and Radcliffe. First Row A Momer R White C Perry U Nand, A. Alexander, L. Stockton. Second Row A Tesch D Procter G Barton N. Lavenburg, J. Davenport, N. Bellows, R. Nelson. oliver. First Row: N. McAdam, A. Halberg. Second Row: N. Lavenburg, V. Davisl M. Svensen CHEB The 1956 archery team showed a great deal of promise but had little chance to prove themselves because the tri-meet with Pem- broke and Radcliffe was cancelled due to bad weather. Vida Davis captured the cup for high scorer in the intra-school meet and accepted the award at the JAA banquet in May. This spring the team looks forward to competing against Pembroke and Radcliffe. 4 " c egg? ' M' Y ww. ef. 5 :X Q is Four afternoons a week the Hamilton Pool witnessed the hard practices of a group of Jackson bathing beauties under the coaching of Miss Goss. This was the swimming team preparing for the two triangular meets with Pem- broke and Radcliffe. Veterans on the team were Mike DeLuca, Judy Jones, and Jackie van de Kamp, while new faces included Koby Taylor and Adela Gar- Cla. MABLINS Thursday evenings at Hamilton Pool brought together forty girls who practiced synchro- nized swimming and stunts. Miss Gertrude Goss directed the Marlins, whose officers were Jackie van de Kamp, Barbara Clark, Bobsy Van Heertun, Jean Brokenshire, and Nancy Grif- fiths. The Bouve Dolphins joined the Jackson Marlins in the spring in a successful show with a "newspaper" theme, in which the spectators enjoyed seeing a cheerful newspaper. WIMMING Although handicapped by rainy weather, the 1956 softball team en- joyed a successful season. The big game of the season came when the team journeyed to Pembroke College in Providence. Although the outcome of the game was not the best, the girls had 'a good practice and enjoyed Pembroke. Composed mostly of soph- omores and juniors, the steadily im- proving team should really shine next year. UFTB LL First Row: J. Fournier, I. Jeppesen. Second Row: Miss Beedem, J. Bowdring, S. Gross, C. Sudalter, 14" 3, 'fr ff? wa First Row: J. Cornelius, A. Alexander, F. Reynolds, G. Raynesford, Second Row: L. Van der Mark, L. Marino, D. Edwards, J. Bickford, Third Row: C. Skellett, D. Bowen. TENN The Jackson tennis team practiced hard last year. Unfortunately due to rain, most of the matches were can- celled. However they did manage to have matches against Radcliffe and Pembroke. This year some new addi- tions such as Natalie Bellows and Sandy Bromer greatly helped the old members Carol Sudalter, Jo Four- nier, and Sue Gross. 187 Kp X I Q 5 l is -of 2 'Y' ' fe X' -I s W I fmxf.. 1' 1 1? ' v .s 1' Q 3:1 h 'V,p,,-cj g 21:5 . 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When you know so many people 'Y By sight and by their name, QQ i People to say hello to. Li When the campus was crazy Qi 513 f' -E With mayoralty costumes, V When the air in front of Miner Was overflowed with voices Singing in a spring evening, , I was a thousand people, FE And many times at big dances I was the music, everyone, In it and looking at it. 4,3 It's hard to be in love Qui With one, but it's not a thousand Times harder to love a thousand, And that's what it seemed like, I Sometimes, those times, They say never come again, ' When you know so many People to say hello to. i ACTI ITIES X X TNR: . X ,x Q5 ' XQSXK ,X Xi-,X 'X X X Xxi N X K X S X X XX k X X XX X A X Q if X X N Sf- X- X X X V X X X X XR Q SXX X X XX SX Q Q V X M .if X ik. :XV X . X . Sb r-1-'x ..:" f- '- M 4, , ,W I - ,I - N " iiwvk X , www i2xwf,vfS , "fl"f X. aXaXX.X,.x,.-Am, ' lv- .JK..X . awww ' S X 'x..X,.X.Q ,.x,,,.,.LI, .. W4 A ,.,5w,, , I-Giga-naw WU w....s wmwfmasi X X 5 1 X f ini! Jf wvf ,g.f" aid gm? ,-.0 X Q I 5 . Z 5 x rm-v-wan Ziff X1 .5 X , Q lunch his 1 ...am 'S ' AX.. .,,,..,v-- fl .f...-.....- Q.. , Q f.- p...,...nL-4. 2' B!! 'QR :sand sw- -p.-v -U' at. 9 X 2 4 Gsllarvard Weekend'9 . . . I. D. C. Dance What We now remember as "The Harvard Weekend" Was ushered in by the I.D.C. Dance held at Cousens Gymnasium. The high point of the weekend's festivities was the Tufts-Harvard game at Cam- bridge. Fans rooting for Jumbo included students, alumni, and two Mephistophelean characters who mingled with the cheerleaders and the Mayor's Council on the sidelines. The defeat of Harvard in- spired an unprecedented series of celebrations on The Hill. The gloom of a rainy Sunday failed to depress the spirits of those Who gorged themselves at the clambake. From reports brought back from the North Shore, the dampness was driven out by a contin- uing enthusiasm for J umbo's victory. 190 Homecoming . . . Christmas Sin Magnificent fall weather was the background for Homecom- ing weekend. A one-sided score over Trinity was spirited by a zany Mayor's Council clowning for the packed stands. Original displays by fraternity houses and dormitories greeted returning alumni. Hodgdon Hall and the Kippie House created the prize displays, forecasting Tufts' Satur- day afternoon victory. The Tufts campus was ablaze with autumn colors, and the first home football weekend of the season promised future success for the J umbos. One of Tufts' oldest traditions, Christmas Sing, this year incorporated the University Band, soloist Kate Hurney, and the Pan-Hell earolers. Those chosen as Winners were Hodg- don Wing B and the Luigi Club. l l9l NN-N AX x A get ve! ',,-,,X.. .,..---.........----H' sv., nun... NNN U WNW x 'a,,,,---, ,,,,-wa-...- Four Year Record: Snowless Winter Carnival 192 i , X , -QXXXJ In Z -lm Ta, , Y X riff ,514 sign' at fig it , , L,f,Qfif" lx lg Ego: ell, 51 3 N 1, xxx N. 1 W si, if Nissan w, it 'I 'X ,ii Nxt fi 'lf 'off ,ilw llxax XX r-, 1-'Rav . ,I 5 ltnxi lil 1, QL we , ,, xx X I 9 ,, Nuff 3 X pax., W if 'ZX IX Six! f Q, X XNQ4 -2 ,fb I, W X M 'tl 7 cl j lid Qui 1 -JOE X li, ill' E X f' M ,,f ,f X, , ,X , ewzf NJ lx ,K ll' fi RL' ll il li xg ,Mi 15 l 1 ' 3 .5-, KJ K -Nl , I 's N 6 Tufts seniors, who have never seen snow at Winter Carnival, will remember their last big winter weekend for jazz, Eloise, and a two-band dance. Friday's skits, at echoing Cousens gym, saw B. S. O. T. and Zeta Psi the winners of the skits, the performances of Shake- spearean characters and cavemen were topped by a lively and dramatic rendition of "busy, busy, busy Eloise" and other songs by a new male quartet calling itself the "Peddlers." The traditional Saturday "Cage Carnival" took place at the gym, but the highlight of the weekend was the unveiling of the professionally-designed dance decoration, "Wind Song," on Saturday night. Inez Diaz was voted queen of the Carnival by couples' casting ballots at the door of Cousens as they arrived. The Mayor's Council and George Deemys, sponsors of the weekend, provided two bands, Freddie Sateriale and Bob Bachelder, for the large crowd. The noise got louder on Sunday afternoon, with a swingin' combo from Williams jazzing at a packed Kursaal. The class of 1957 hereby bequeaths a snow-making machine to Tufts Univ-ersity. Long known as Junior Weekend, the renamed Ivy Weekend was made an all-college function which started with Friday's Jazz concert at Cousens. At Saturday's Academic Honors, awards were given and new class and student council offi- cers were installed. The first George S. Miller Award for citizenship was made, commemorat- ing the retirement of "Mr, Tufts", Chairman of the Department of Government and devoted citizen and leader of the Tufts community. A new feature of the weekend was a "dinner performance" of John Van Druten's play' The Druid Circle: theater-goers were fed and enter- tained before adjourning to Cousens for the Ivy Dance. Sadie Morrill, chosen queen of the dance, was presented her crown by the presi- dent of the sponsoring Junior Class, Nicky Fee. fm? fs T-T- -5- - , Y ' -X I y ' ---1 -,---,-.. -.-. ...X ...1 , X ,X g-5 mx i X- Ax 'AI-g Vx F, 73 ,I ,f:- xl, I, gX,!.I,,, i,!.J f'5',Ig11Mi!1l:!ilN xi,Xjx,!f!'L'f-J'ls,- L-", pan - ff- in -L in Q -,ij Q1 : .M S .1 AAA ,X fe I 5 -Yi 'f'Q'l"K' 7-ng aw . ., f I. 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C' 5 J Until the returns were in lt was anyone s race George Nasty Nick Deemys or Tom Nero Denney Both candidates and their inventive campaign managers staged sk1ts poster parties and parades to Win the support of the enthus1ast1c student body Roman charlots reinforced by a host of Vestal v1rg1ns Were unable to compete with Nasty Nick s organized gangland guys and dolls and the unforgettable Man Wlth The Golden Arm dance After the expending of immense vats of pamt, Warehouse loads of poster paper, and cords of Wood to construct machines of War and gangland hideaways, a record vote turned out to elect Tufts, new mayor, Nasty Nick. The announcement of his election was made at the Mayoralty Ball, prompting an overflow of cele- brators at the Kippie Cave. X5 -IIEPV x 6 I ' A ZW w W ,, ,,, WZ' ,WW 7 W6 f ' V f ff, 4 f4 41W W I f , f 4 I X f ' wwf, , ,ZW W5 Zf X , X ff! W, M, Q ff X Z fig nf W f X10 if xw gf f f W , f Z ff f fff fi X ff f f f N RX - ul Si Pan-Hellenic Council and the five sororities spon- nominated, and Ed Kelly CDelta Zetaj was sored their annual dance, appropriately named crowned by Dean Jeffers. Cousen's Gym was "Final Fling", on the Saturday before Mid-Year gaily decorated, as always, and the music was exams. As an added attraction, five "kings" were supplied by Bob Adams and his orchestra. g WFINAL FLINGF' i 4 E 'z 1 v 1 . 1 4 . N tim Y if 'U n - ' 1 5 1 4 ,eg 1 -' ey 552 Q 3 1' ,N ,v s "Q f Qs U ' 1, 4415. I C ai ,nv Z I I I TX s I I 0 I K M ' . i 'L 'S'iwwW?7 ' xSiSSMMi4l!K5g' Q limi- , A 1 ' .. -CAL f- -- 4 5411:-2'-sei-F1fg'2!!i"L -f I'U1 f lbw- I E215 ggwwlw' I e It E5 'IE' 15' ' , --, :Q , TX W ,I Y P Efxj' 'wllllw 1 ff! ! - A-'L zafirif'-'fr .- .f ,H 1--,g ,', JN i I M' ll I- 'ff n -L 4 I ll if If--4 I -'f' lf - I 1 bu Q .LII 'win HJIATQQM3 k--- vm A. jg ,I T , jj.. ' '- j I t fl 1 -ff-.wiif A g ' 4 I ff '- I y I Lf at In I 1 wh f r ,Eg 1 ! gf QI? F355 ,I fc: f H I 1' . I A-fga"'fX , ' . q f f I ' f lie s 1 -e ill mi '9 2 is W if W I U L, rfQB1,1!l3, ,, 3,,'Qi3IlIf lvl W w gy lsh H n. I 1,3 , 5 Q we i f :b -f::.T-,-l- ' if iv L' fr filiiijj J N Q i g' "' ' N f E-Z?f? a,, , " I , , fscfijjizj ' t 1 1 My style is my face. Some professor said in class Q And I put it in mv notebook, that somebody I once said, I My style is my face, don't take it away from A' me, 1 It may not be much, but it's mine, my face I IS my style. , 5 l i I was looking at last year's picture of the house. All those faces, and I could name every one. 3 I knew them. But the year before that I couldn't, and be- fore that. They were just rows of faces, all looking I alike. 5 I want to look at the faces of these brothers I I know I Till I never forget them. II want to tell my- 5 self now I That each one has style, he has his own face, no one else I Has the face of his father partly and his mother made him. I Never under-estimate the power of a woman, y it says, I In some ad, and I learned that's very true, I too, J But never under-estimate anybody. I also I learned that. p Everybody is somebody unique, with style, and a face. FB TER ITIES L K l A I I Y , ' ' , i ,z S-in -511 5 , 'V U A U I fr x N V 1. 7 :wifi ALPHA EP ILO PI V I f i s ,..,--"' . 1':Q N.,-A . 1. nga Q ,Mx . ua-Q. f 5 H Hill L? Qi! if F Came back to new wallpapei new paint Job new fuiniture fmodernb heavy social pro gram 1nclud1ng big champagne blast late rush week late parties late meetings good pledge class brotheihood in tent on weaiing them down Winter Formal at Sheiaton Plaza paJama party followed Camong othei thingsb Med ical School acceptances came early Homecoming party with buffet dinner CAlumn1s wives went home by cabj Christmas Sing good Job by H Smith House average high estonh1lla28 440s you don t have to Join the Navy to see the world Just become a pledge and we send you CR P I U of Penn 1 Columbia etc J Fox graduates! . . . Bull ses- sions: L.A. against Engineers . . . Sundays at Carrolls CWhad' ya mean, the Venicej . . . Be- lated New Year's Eve party... Frank D. getting hit by a car or falling down stairs . . . Pledge Party-Brothers get paddles, pledges . . . "Hell" week becomes a "Help" week . . . Spring Formal weekend at Magnolia Lodge, Swimming pools, danc- ing, etc .... "Our AEPi will never die." i 3 ,W .swfvrf 4 A 4 A 1-fffvfz 1436 IA' .fwfsucm .215 0 F F I C E ll S -----Louis A. Kane ------David Harris -----Stephen Stone --Herbert Sandberg ----Michael Philips - - - - - -Martin Santis ----Stephen Schloss George B. Reservitz 205 ALPHA SIGMA PIII 93 A Never a dull moment at the Guppie House . . . let's buy a motorcycle . . . Do you own a black Chevrolet, Mr. Bessette? . . . Carl, may I have an exten- sion? . . . Shylock can't find the minutes of the meeting. . . who're you waving to at Davies, Roy . . . George, you're walk- ing without your cane . . . has the mailman come yet, Al . . . Rog, say something in Mexican . . . hey Dick, I'll sell you a par- rot . . . hey Stork, I've found a seven foot bed . . . who's that guy collecting all the Pepsi bot- tles . . . nobody japs the "Brick" . . . J ellybean, where are my skis . . . better go back to Malden Hospital, Roy . . . there's an- other Junior-at Newton High . . .L that's right, I'm a "tenta- tive" major . . . the Shadow strikes again . . . hide your girls, here comes "Love 'em All" . . drive many buses, Dutch . . no Goni, not the knife . . . "Speed Kills" . . . yeh, l'm from Brooklyn, so what . . . then there was the 57,000 party . . . boner of the year-"Welcome to Alpha Sigma Phly" .3 K N X S S S N N X X A f , me W X K f X S S 3 , 'Q X ex X515 1 Q 47 ,",5',r' f1G'V.04'-5' , +4 'VJ' if f M 'ffyhwfy fkdwrmb Uaniium 5755.61 0 Vfizff' Ifafz Af President ..... Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer .... Corresponding Steward ..... ALPHA TAU EEA What is A.T.O.? To a casual observer, it may be merely an impressive brick house at the end of Professors Row. But to those who know A.T.O., it is much more. It's the scene of some of the biggest blasts on campus . . . It's month-long "Work Weeks" . . . It's funeral parlor atmosphere of the unique Black Room . . . It's help week instead of hell Week . . . It's mid- night cannon practice by the Tau Artillery . . . It's one suave party a year to impress the girls . . . It's "gulp" and Nick has downed another beer . . . It's sterling voices harmonizing to win Christmas Sing . . . It's the home of King Kelly . . . lt's Ken looking for a major . . . lt's Bob Shea and his 10 Commandments as the tops in jazz . . . It's the Greek 'cdetekativen and his many "commitaments" . . . lt's the charm of ram parties . . . It's the mailing address for the Casanova of Cazenovia College . . . It's Dave and Htests have proven' '... lt's waking up to find the front door missing . . . This is A.T.O .... a way of life that shall never be forgotten. X X x measures x1a.o55xmal-1.5, SrP.DOl.L.lVgf3v MM wer-nmol.Ls rm 45. D. D GAVANAS PV NERRMANN M H .mnnvcz Alvlla X X C F QRFPH D. AYARR L ,JXM CUXBAULT R TMAGERMAN 5 N we-N Nu N XX X FACHR Wliffitfwfw MJ. BURNS new 5 J Ammo , A D 'TD f e J' R B NAYALIE Y PWKRTON J1., PDDGE if 1 - My 'F R m R- xo' R E POPPELE O.N. PETERSON R 8.50110 RL FRIGOLETTO Q. . V N F X I,,,,.N Lt- "C R M. LECOUR 0.0 WRIGHT S J.U APARO LT? Q' WEBB IIFFICEIIS Worthy Master -------,------,,-, ---David Morash Worthy Chaplain ----------------- ---- M ark J ahnke Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer ...... Edward Kelly Worthy Keeper of the Annals ......-.. Charles Gerdes Worthy Sgribe ------------------- Robert Bozenhard Worthy Usher -------------- ---. - .... - Paul Beftfm W01"Ehy Sentinel ----------... .... R Obeft Hagerman Palm Reporter -------------- ---. -. ----James 209 ms,-1 l I P i 'Q v v A eootesm D :J nowes ns cousunn K L - - "1 . 57401124 -Q Qs PL rr xtlk ' x V -f X.:f,N V P E . lg 1 w 'H tumour' Fi +4 srcaams J s ORINKMATER EC nowszv Y I to v ,-,,.. --.--. . ' A in Q X n' uv 'a 4, - K, - K 3 l .rg . ' A' X 'Z ra..-1 ' x i' 5 RJ. meuuzzo J J wLL 1 i c vs HJTCNf'45 M Au'-'KM ' 'Il AH .-.qu -.h va:-. Y . r u l A ! BETA CHI We got the house! . . . anybody seen Mrs. "Biff" . . . we need some pledges to do the work . . . hold that shade, pledge 3 drop that shade, pledge . . . let's hear some noise when they come out of the huddle-Farley speaking . . . where'd we get the goal post . . . wa-hoo, wa-hoo . . . if they'd only keep their shades up . . . we gave our own blood for that beer . . . who sang "Love for Sale"-Gus or Charlie . . . this is a huddle, not a house meeting . . . that klunk you hear is the house average . . . Joe gets the Purple Shaft . . . doesn't Ron know how to relax at a dance . . . Whoosh-that'll fix the little gl,i75x . . . well, the prexy still has his pin . . . oh no, not sauer- kraut again . . . didn't we win some softball games last year . . . vas iss das, einer jazz band, ja . . . we need some ath-aletes . . . the pies are gone . . . 1:30 a.m. Sunday-"left, two, thrup, four, pledges, halt" . . . where was the snow for Winter carni- val . . . this is the Hyse from outer space - Sabfibfdizfqs those pledges . . . fourth for bridge, anyone . . . how many did you say were graduating for sure . . . '5 Q . V 211 Lv ,r A wr . - 442 'W' ' F9 rv! "" 15 -.mf of .fwvnwc Imnfflfra .aawmn 4'aff:4zf4't fffwvfc' r my off-n9l1.rffv .1 11471415 yawn: :awww a I?94'!-1 an Q4 vvwrzffvn fri,-yf.w4JQ ,, x-,rmaca A' ffmafeipl' Jswwna ,Q 154224: ,vaaocf .r.rw-rem! fwr4c.f4,r,vrf1.-::.:.fw4.a .r.:.v: 4, .af 1421.313 -F1 ' ' d dd f , N p ep - ' - - 8 4 . 1 . 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Gunnar Wikstrom Chaplam ................ .--- Treasurer ........ ........ ------ Senior I.F.C, Representative ..-..-... --E11iS A- Hiltz fA'fYA'J' Af JZ'n'4'x? rffffglf'-bfv ala-1V lf' dxf A?s?,vf7ALJf H si"Q"5'rVI' 196124-140 l'LAkI466 145444, JFRWIIL A'fClY44'J l'A'4A'fY 4, 4-KA'If.l'J't?fV DELTA TAU DELTA The boys at 98 with George Ryan as President ushered in the year With a round of parties and a strategic Warm-up for Rush Week. On Wednesday, twenty-nine Freshmen joined the ranks at the Shelter and We were off to a rapid start. Events following Were: Pledge Formal . . . Valerie Nichols elected Queen . . . Christmas Sing . . . Orphans' Party . . . King George of Chi Oh . . . Brass on parade: Kerby, Chess, Moffatt, .and Wren versus Gudgel's argyle pa- trol . . . Winter Carnival Compe- tition . . . And as many more divertissements to keep the Spring term lively on the Row. , I ,Y j :I ,,,v .JI ,. ,. ,V --. ... , -, f rr ,- U, . ,, A 'inf , 1 I , ,J ,, 4 - f. ff' 1 ww f, ?? . 2? -2 Eff . f f". 2 Q fy 9 .Zu j 1. ,Jr ., . 'f f l 5 f 5 Q 13 ' 4- l -of ' ' X , ,fffyg - , f ,-,f',, . xxx ,199 ,,, 4. .,, ,cgi ,I ,QV 5: N " - pa 5 .. 1 , g ' ' ffl- 1 1925 ee, :fe f 6 17.6,-7-'JI 1 P 6, 7. "Af, cl Q .9 S9 'lil -E5 Ilclln Gan 'Bella 0 9' . N 1 Y 'J N, A - N -3 I 41I4f17'!fv',,f,f, Y ,- 3 X C 1 , ..,, ,, i my Q. ., 1-S Q f A ,,,N IIFFICFBS - - - -George Ryan -Courtney Bourns Richard Lightcap Wayne Granquist - - -Ernest Karger - - -George Manias -----James Polk -William Callahan 213 H' J! ' .X 3 5. 3' , 1 I 'Sf 1 .4 Q 2 DELTA UPSILIIN Summer's over and back to house clean up . . . Davie is All- American . . . Tex does a great job at Rush Week - Between trips to Oregon . . . Tee is the big house jock . . . Tank doesn't get pinned this year U5 . . . "Stob" . . . "Hey Sam, Where can I hit Mass at 10:00 . . . Get a charge from Hickey . . . Whis- pering Collins is back . . . Fanny our Queen . . . Jud, Pete and Jim get hitched . . . Danny elected "member-at-lunch" . . . Cout gives Donna a ring . . . McGrail, an idea, and hockey at dawn . . . Ron organizes a new dance band . . . DeLorrne and Riordan - vvorld's tallest mid- gets . . . Board goes up 315 . . . "CI-IASER, Portland calling" . . . Gilly gets offer from Colts . . . Roy and Ramsey on the same floor . . . Bump's "Back horne in Brattleboro" . . . Hell Week Formal-each pledge bring two . . . "a quartet and doubles for squamps" . . . Hubie and Willy - engineers with mid-Week dates . . . Didn't Murph gradu- ate . . . Is that tall kid a pledge . . . But Walt that was yesterday . . . Seaver and Mulligan eX- perts in argument . . . Another Trophy of Trophies . . . By the if you see Earl, the Delts are Q looking for him. L0 l. 'Hi ill :le dnl EIB Gel , . 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Q , ww M A i ' ' ' W5 P L ., .' I ' ' ' 1 Y 5 i X 'nxmowsou JSMCOUNTOGK o.s.MoRse o,w.nu.w2 RA mc Lam olamcxznson o,o,Juoo carneven J L mu. e e zwmenu s r wosnsn re mn-ues ' M ..... L 'ff f. ' ' I 3 XI I 'V 'I ," 'ella mf , - ' I' .K . ' 1 , II2 if A 4 424 V, 5. v g I if QQ If l N Mag ,i if 'f ,Q X 4 ,. x gf- V 'gym A A ,Q 2 or er. I A -L , 3, l . fy ,Z 5 Q-f r .,.,..m tj , fa 'T ' A I I . I J.R. LUIELL nv. cnowmzv x,cs,1oNoasAu wnoouoasnrv wnoumu uuaooov r.e.ros'ren C T 0'C0N"'f'l SA 0'99'NS I we BUFUW D N YA" mr? Srzlrwffi . IIFFICEB President ....................... Secretary Treasurer House Manager- - - Bradley Stockwell -Chase Rand Vice-President ....................... William Texido Richard Gavoor Marvin Mulligan 215 L0 PI "In Phi Ep Pi, in Phi Ep Pi, where every man's a king . . ." We returned to the house in Sep- tember and found that it had been vandalized: Tom and Stan's door was locked with chewing gum and adhesive tape for about three 'months . Then came the long seige before the arrival of pledges, complete with Fra- tre's details at five dollars per violation, and small, uncompli- cated, comfortable chows . . . After Larry, Fred, Stan, Mer- rill, Howie, and Norman had been accepted to Med School 110001, of those who applied got inb, the boys turned to artistic pursuits, perhaps in reaction to three years with rats, fungus, and food pellets . . . There fol- lowed a rash of artistic courses including study in opera and fine arts . . . Visits to the thea- ter, ballet and the MFA were included . . . Those married or substantially hooked during the year include: Ken, Merrill, Al Paster, Larry, Jan and Billy . . . Here are the "mosts" among the seniors . . . most honored: Al Appelbaum . . . most like Tom Lehrer in the field of Physics: Dave . . . most high Superior: I-Iacky . . . Most like Marston Yokumberry: Howie . . . "most unnatural vil1ain": Marty . . . most hungry: Ken . . . most clean: Stan . . . most hair: Billy . . . most infectious laugh: Jan . . . most corpulence: Merrill. . . subject of most offers: Len . . . most trips to Waltham: Al Pas- ter . . . most interested in rats: Larry . . . most money: Mike . . . most busy: Tom . . . most gridironly: Fred . . . most mar- velous: Norm . . . 'af' azz .fee ,5 A 4! 'K'.:1'X'J"' , ' ' I nfl' tv Y ,Q is ,ma fv4T1-,-Leia 1 ' 1 1 1. pr r. Q rf I 9 9 UU House gets painted from cellar to roof . . . Sirens, there goes Carmint . . . Fain does Strip Tease withltowel for Sawyer House . . . Tiger slugs a cop and spends night in jail . . . Turtle Halberg is the terror of the track meets . . . Higgs demon- strates wrestling holds on Old Campus . . . Tillson's "Little Nell" banned on campus . . . Gary, Tom and Paul commute to Sawyer House . . . Finley sleeps by sun and works by moon . . . Klaubert likes lamb chops . . . "How-about-a-little- game" Ranno plays a mean drum in "Hunky's Horny Six" . . . Glass wrestles with Cadillac . . . Duffy dislikes "Presley Pal- ace" . . . Woody plays wash-tub . . . Dolph carves frogs and frosh in Barnum . . . Cocktails traded for marshmallows with Davies House . . . Parties galore -Roaring 20's, Showboat, Ca- sino, Bathtub Gin and Pajamas, Harvard and Homecoming . . . Orphans' Christmas Party . . . Hospital carolling . . . Raid on house by chief . . . Stag blasts . . . Pledge Formal . . . Spring Weekend . . . An unforgettable year. Q S., fa f ,P 4 Q Jilfgz., .M 10 N X li , -Q1 '57 . .3 3 .v ,- V, E V g J f 7 1 ' 40' X A . , Q ink. for Y as-04 '13 , l..,.,a"': Q X -J A2416 4 1' f,- , .Q ,-,mv 1 K' .,s. , 3 XC. 2' ,565-4 'S' .YAZZQ f., N- :'4'C1" . .C , A Q i , 01:4 2w14.r,q rfmv AJ:-1' V l ... X - A 3' -, L. ' f A T - fvVA'4'f' l'f.V4'5' .frffcff .eva 'fl I' f .nf 3 40 .!4'4'A AZ4'1"4f, JA 1941:-117 4 " .". J A ' ' . , , 'vo " , '9 -1' .13 w I ,Q ' fs' 9 .'-,mfuf E nv- .-fum.-,v,' ,1-.-,--..,-A-1. A -1, L.. w.-'.f.- ,' X' --,-.., f-.,.- ,,.f . A '.1..f A .,,,.-., TIIETA DELTA CHI The year '56-57 will long remain as one of the brightest at Theta Delta Chi. Most significantly it marked the 100th year of con- tinuous existance on the Tufts campus and this was roundly celebrated with a Homecoming Centennial in October. The Fall witnessed pleasant cocktail par- ties, buffet suppers and incom- parable Saturday night get-to- gethers. Athletically the Thete house proved its prowess both collectively and with events such as the "Fox track meet." Some- one dusted off the bookcase and the old scholastic standing took a rise. As campus citizens, many Thetes took Hill positions - heading the IFC, publications, the Yacht Club. Graduate rela- tions had a rebirth making not only a stronger fraternity, but a physically better one - new furniture, a complete paint job. In all, 456-'57 saw Theta Delta Chi strengthen its grasp on a bright and eventful "second cen- tury." ll MGH' a my W 'P f Q f- .S L1 Tilcli-:I Ghi iw Z' 4.76 IIFFICEIIS President ....................,. Melvin T. Williams C01'I'eSp0nding Secretary ........... Edwin 0,Malley Recording Secretary ,....,,.-......-.. John Hanson Treasurer ........,,,.... ,, .-.......... Bruce Quint Herald ........,.,..,,., ,,,.-,.- C harles Broadbent 221 ,647 , .-:H 'Q P -O I.,-.7 r9A. fV J 4' A'rLXTx .4 7,44 'uf v"- , TIIETA DELTA TIIETA The newest of the new . . . A thriving young house and one of the two locals on hill . . . but not for long. A year of achievement -growth, solidarity, friendship, and brotherhood. Hectic times? Always! . . . Not enough guys for the football team, George? What d'ya know, we did it-won two games in a row. Many men on Dean's List, some on pro . . . maybe next year, first scholastically? Moun- tain Club and Newman Club presidencies, Varsity and Week- ly men too. No more punch! . . . Next time B.Y.O., Don . . . Set that keg down in the corner Ron . . . dance with your own date now Harriet . . . Those Saturday night parties, and the first Spring Formal . . . Mayoralty for the fourth year now . . . at least that's old stuff. The new house . . . guaranteed . . . A great spring pledge class . . . Help week again . . . and those trips to Phi Sig houses around New England . . . The national picture and the future look very bright indeed. K Knox- f 1 WM 1 " D f XA!,J.1-Sfajbhslvs L-. 77'cnh olm IIFFICIIRS Pres1dent ............... ......-- - Vlce-Pres1dent ........... ....... - -- Secretary .............. ...... ....- Treasurer ...... f YXIPTX' .- . , , . W' Q. Lmowila -Dol. fhnllmf Q,4,fX1'd,fbf5m Ucnnsom RFNOXK-in m.J6CGb5gm 12 F lfvl- Jf9Cfl45Of'1 RN' 5. CWY1mff1j5S W. 27? CQHQO fd. Coda XM. C. Of? 5. 5 Fefosfgfn H, J5gk5on 1 El-T13 as Q U .1 . CX figs, W . .,., - fa -11-, l U ll .5 55 ,D A 9 6 fl D. fl7c?J'I'7 Jul Ffvffffjdan lwl.lAflpf'OC7"C7f'l?1 lil lli' T Fi V R I T , F17-?fsm8fv f'7.D. pfflfelis Jfi.fl7a21'n JTC. F!-ua'l'C, PC. kA!Of'7? 5- Fffdmdn D- M6556 -Donald Johnson -Ronald Noreen -David Jackson Donald Knox 223 ZETA PSI ,Qt ,xx This ole house-even the twelve hour jazz tilts leave it standing . . . On and on it goes . . . "After all, there's still loam left!" . . . Bran keeps a few more up to watch the sunrise . . . Where's the 'Rang'? . . . Telephone, Rock . . . Phantom motors out for some action . . . The Zetes safari to the Cape, Shawsie is among the missing but help is sent . . . Five straight years with a foot- ball co-captain . . . Normie is MVP two years in a row . . . Two consecutive intramural football titles . . . Two Spring Sing victories . . . Another Car- nival Skit Trophy . . . The Nai- robians are supplied with coco- nuts-no one survived . . . The Brown-baggers drop in - mo- mentarily . . . The mystery of Napolean Thompson remains unsolved . . . It seems that no one has a pin anymore, includ- ing Tau Betes, eh, Charlie . . . Nevertheless, the place still stands, and the spirit lives with it . . . One hundred and two years and the Zetes still go marching in . . . This is a good thing. LQ mem Sianding ' "Hier VAL, N UD to mlereg me- Rock OIH fgr 395 Saiari ii among sent . ,, a foot- iormie is row , ,, amural P0 Sprilm iher Car- Tue Nai- Hth coco- , , ,The 341110- jsfefy of rem2i11S : d12TH0 5, includ- arlie - " 1CC M5 with and he Q0 i: 2 good fi U1 ix ill 1 IIFFICEBS President --------... ..-............. L ouis Reagan Vice-President -------------- ------- K enneth Marsh Treasurer ----.... ................. W eston Graves Secretary ----...... .................. J ohn Surrett C01'PeSp0nding Secretary ........... Gregory Gallivan Sergeant-at-Arms .............. .... H illary Rockett Hlstofian -- .-.. ...... ......-..-. T h omas Murnane Supreme C0uI1Ci1 ............,..- ,.,. W inston Nutt, Thomas Swift, Kenneth Partyka IFC Representatives--Hil1ary Rockett, Robert Mclnnis 225 nbu,-.-...Z 91 ,Ada BSI f w li X Front: B. Julius, L. Colman, A. Kelleher, L. Almassy. Back: C. Hurney, G. Nicholson, H. Gifford, Pres.g G. Palmer, E. Smith. PANIIELLENIC CIIUNCIL INTEBFBATEBNITY CUUNCIL Y First Row: R. Bucknam, D. Johnson, R. McGinnis, A. Appelbaum, Vice-Pres., H. Frigon, Pres., G. Rvan. Treas. Second Row: D. Feinberg, S. Reather, D. Guzy, S. Ina. x ,KSN '1 '+ , I , H f ,V -,.. , ., ij, V' ' ' ' ' Z ' 5 f XQ I., 2' M t x.,' 4 . Nff, 5 -' P R X " 5, V ,f Z f W gggqff fix Q -. X f Q - , W' gif' ,V f ' vf i ibsifwifxi'-X - "" his V, V if 3 "ff ' , pf f , , , -I, ,..,,.......,. , f ,ff ff ,mv X' 19 Yf r i f v,.V X 4 1 Q s ' 421 - " '1'- 'HN 3 ,ywgaj X xi QS :: n 4 ' 'nl' L V, no f , N sr f f fl 7, M . Q X P A X as: X -ff l s g , P Q Ze . X L . Q i 3 X f ,X X Niles X Z X f . ' , lm, ff . , , X M , 5 sg First Row: Sheilah Archambault, Jean Brokenshire, Louise Colman, Ann Monier, Elizabeth Duffield, Janis Porter. Second Row: Deirdre Giles, Audrey Hallberg, Linda Heller, Jane Hunt, Barbara Kelley, Nora Kula. Third Row: Mary Lawson, Eleanor Midman, Honey De Moor, Gail Palmer, Lynn Ann Reilly, Miriam Salter. Fourth Row: Ruth White, Helene Wolfe, Lois Woods, Priscilla Kaupp. UFFICEBS President .......--,,. ---,-----.---,-- J 9311 Brokenshire -Audrey Hallberg COI'I'8Sp0nCling Secretary ,--,-------------- V1ce-Pres1dent ,.,,,----- -------,---.- --Jane Hunt Recording Secretary .....,-..,, ...,.,.,. B in-bln-a Kelley Linda Heller Treasurer ...,- .--,-, ,--- Q - ----A----------- 228 -7 'M 4 Well, another year gone and more Seniors graduated . . . Deferred rushing for the first time had everyone slightly confused, but thanks to Jean and Jan, everything was solved . . . Too many things happened to tell them all here . . . The Alumni ban- quet, held in Alumni Hall, saddened by the death of one of our founders, Stella George Stearn Perry . . . Then our Christmas party in honor of the alumns With im- promptu skits to Christmas songs gave us all a good laugh . . . Rushing with all its confusion . . . The round robin during piles of ,snow and exams . . . The parties during second semester . . . "Teahouse" and the oriental decor, not necessarily Japanese and Where did you get that outfit . . . Well, you tell it Dee . . . Then "Toyland" and back to our youth with no trouble at all . . . the inimitable Eloise was there, and somehow Charlie Brown and all his friends . . . good grief! . . . Then the rush- ing around and finally the impressive Pledge formal with its good fun for all . . . What with so many getting pinned, en- gaged, and married, We got fat on pounds of candy . . . yes Audrey . . . 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Orphans to Science Park . . . lost Peggy and Mary Jane . . .Fanny as Varsity Queen . . . Back at Sigma Nu for a Christ- mas Party . . . more orphans running wild . . . brothers and sisters seeking shelter . . . Diamonds for Maureen, Nancy and Norma . . . a Wedding band for Charlie . . . Caroling with the sober Sigma Nu's . . . "Did you enjoy the Walk. Marilyn?" . . . Spaghetti again!!! . . . "Where's that piano Norinne?" . . . a songless Round Robin . . . many pins designed by Judy . . . Forsooth! . . . The Three Weird Sis- ters . . . Songbooks finally come through . . . decorations, posters, name-tags . . . a new batch of pledges . . . good weather at last for the pledge formal . . . Good-bye Seniors. . .That's how We spell Alethea. l l lip 'Q S ,A lf e..,.-m..1 ., W4 '7fW 7'7 W , 1 , N. l .1 ..,... Z.. 1 . W .. J, is SK 5 wwe 37 WMI .., ,,. ,f y 1- 1 11 . HW, 1., N + 11 . , 11 1. 11 s A N4 s . f .1 1.1! 1 . 1. -... ,... .. 3 , N ' M' Af 1 . 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Treasurer 232 Shirley Anderson, Joan Banning, Mary Lee Booth, Julie Bowering, Judy Butler, Joan Celia, Shirley Jo Chilcoat. Second Row: Barbara Clark, Julie Costanza, Joan Dartnell, Ellen Dolph, Hellen Gifford, Kate Hurney, Pat Igoe. Third Row: Pat Lundberg, Marlene Morrill, Pat Mottla, Valerie Nich- ols, Maureen O'Brien, Beverly Pass, Eleanor Pearce. Fourth Row: Jean Rogers, Sally Scherr, Nancy Simmons, Carol Su- dalter, Gail Swanson, Nancy Wei1', Gail Barton. Fifth Row: Carolyn Colburn, Diane Haeussler, Marian Schafer, Peggy Wurtz, Bette Aimetti, Virginia Fiorey, 0FFICEIl President .............................. Eleanor Pearce Vice-President ...........-.................. Joan Celia Corresponding Secretary ............. Shirley Jo Chilcoat Recording Secretary ..-..... - ........... Valerie Nichols -Carol Sudalter .RR Chi O's back to the room with the curtains, anyway they make a good conversation piece . . . glowing reports from conven- tion by Ellie, Val and Joan . . . while we were gone wedding bells rang for Julie, and Joan and Nanc came back with dia- monds . . . Itinerants Salty and Shirley showed their slides of Europe . . . Iddy Biddy Buddies revealed themselves among some confusion, "but the composite says you're Nancy" . . .Elvis and his houn' dog and the seven dwarfs at the Halloween party . . . are marshmellows really better on a string? . . . another initiation at the break of dawn and this time with a mild panic . . . almost had the breakfast on College Ave. but maintenance finally showed and let us in . . . at last got the second coat of paint on the piano, almost matches the wall now . . . caroling with the Delts . . . and then farewell to Marnie and Julie in January . . . It was hard but we finally found some philanthropy to do . . . 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Polcari. 0 F F I C E B S Q N X 4 X Smith, Sheila McDermott, Irene Gross, Deborah Williams, Claire Carol Tillinghast Judy Schneider Treasurer ............ ,,,--,----,,-,-,,, - 234 ------------Nancy Green Paula Rivituso -Janet Smith k r ,ir ' Food for thought! Since we can't possibly remember here the many wonderful things that happened to us this first year of our life, we'll just recall a few: the rest of the memories will come crowding back. First sight of the new room, uncrating the furniture . . . Hinda's water color really adds to the decor . . . thanks to the BX's our piano finally made it, leaving a real "hall mark" in our lives . . . the dusty atmosphere and pledges with handker- chiefs over their faces sanding away . . . our own pink elephant . . . a new D Z tra- dition: selling brownies at the football games . . . be sure in the future to notice Joan's engagement ring . . . we're "all wet" dunking for those Halloween apples . . . the punch bowl looked best filled with the Christmas grab bag gifts .I . . carolling that night: quality not quantity is what counts . . . that torturous pledge exam: hope you made it! ! . . . are you sure, Betty, whether it's "goof" or "good"? . . . that green and gold interior at the Medford Home for the Aged, the ice cream and cookies, who was the party for, anyway? . . . clowns and popcorn, sawdust and sherbet punch: our pledge party . . . Deb- bie's the best cowardly lion on campus . . . the villain, the heroine, the Old West melo- drama . . . that skit a la Richardson was pretty mellow too . . . those pink D Z let- ters ,on the green sweatshirts, long awaited but still shocking . . . even more shocking-our new banner . . . stretching that pink and green ribbon at pledging . . . knock, knock!! . . . Ed Kelly: our king at Pan Hell, a real winner . . . Irene: the only silver polisher with a B.S. degree . . . 1 4. 1 -C' "You know where you can go if you need money" eh, Nancy? . . . one thing in the room we can always count on working: the radiators . . . hats off to Patty Bourque . . . She's done wonders with D Z Lamps . . . the skit at Winter Carnival . our pledge formal . . . then commencement . . . farewell and thanks to Carol and the rest of our hard working seniors . . . the end of a wonderful year. 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Second Row: Polly Cummings, Naiomi Fershtman, Gail Grandy, Lisa Guss, Evelyn Harvey, Barbara Hayes, Marilyn Joffe. Third Row: Sheila Lewis, Susan Lovell, Ginney Mahn, Jean Merrill, Janet Millinchamp, Pat Murphy, Gail Nicholson. Fourth Row: Soretta Robin, Audrey Saperstein, Carol Skellet, Fran Stone, Mary Stockton, Joan Straley, Sylvia Tilly. Fifth Row: Ellie Turpin, Joan Watson, Terrie Williams. I 1 I K V i R E 0 F F I C E ll President ......... .. ................. Audrey Saperstein R lst Vice-Pres. .......................... Evelyn Harvey 2nd Vice-Pres. ...........-.....,..,.,,--,, Gail Grandy Corresponding Secretary ....... F.,-.,,,,,.-. L ynn C-ray Recording Secretary .....-...,,,-,, ,.,,-- M ary Stockton Treasurer ...............,,,,, -..--..,,--,, P at Atkins 236 sw will F1111 ,Stem IU' dl GUY fulfill Atkins ei .-Q5Y6!!!!'4l5, .az ' What a year . . . one we'll always remem- ber . . . Starting with "project re-organi- zation" . . . constitution committee, pin committee, name committee, and on and on and on . . . Rewriting songbooks, revising lyrics . . . Thalia thaw Thelma . . . and then finally we were set to go . . . Those maroon and white ribbons until the prins arrived . . . That spaghetti supper was great even if the food arrived an hour late and Gail had to keep the pledges down- stairs . . . How many of those ivy plants are still alive? . . . And those paper bag skits . . . Jackie as a creaking door and Carol as a light house . . . More fun with the kids at the community center! . . . a really worthwhile philanthropy . . . And Pat made such a charming Mrs. Santa Claus . . . Pounds and pounds of candy as Nancy and Diane get their diamonds, Chris gets her band of gold, and Lynn, Ginny and Sylvia don their pins . . . And what a Song and Paddle Night! My Fair Lady was never adapted as well . . . Lick those labels . . . 3500 post cards for the Pan Hell project . . . Bill, our king at the formal . . . Sue and Marilyn become his- torians to learn that Eve was the first girl to ever Wear our pin . . . Bobbie and Smudge loops, I mean J anetj leading songs . . . "Thalia pep, Thalia pep, the peppiest pep of all" . . . Nancy B., would you like the permanent job of shining our basketball trophy? . . . Rushing, what a great way to meet a wonderful group of freshmen . . . The pledge formal at the Sheridan Plaza . . . Shall we or shall we not sing "My Thalia Mann? . . . A bigger and better Daffodil Day . . . The senior breakfast reminding us that Thalia's first year has come to an end . . . a year full of accomplishment, fun and spirit. '39 .,.-,-,..:. H I .fag x PATBIDNS Mr. Sz Mrs. A. Almassy Mr. Amerigo Barber Mr. Sz Mrs. Albert T. Bolles Mr. Mal Boram Mr. Milton H. Bretscher Mr. William A. Casselman Mr. Sz Mrs. Angelo Cinto Mr. Cornelius J. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Denney Mr. Thomas P. Devlin Mr. William F. Dewire Mrs. George Druckenmiller Mr. Clarence E. Emery Mr. Sz Mrs. William A. Everett Mr: Yale Fain Mrs. F. Lawrence Farelli Dr. Sz Mrs. Malcolm J. Farrell Mr. Thomas J. Fayette Mr. William H. Fifer Mr. Sz Mrs. Paul H. Fittz Mr. Jerome B. Foster Mr. Joseph Giordano Mr. Sz Mrs. Moe Gleicher Mr. Sz Mrs. J. G. Goldberg Mr. Sz Mrs. George E. Goodridge Mr. Raguar S. Gustafson Mr. August J. Heisler Mr. Walter A. Hill Mr. Sz Mrs. Stuart Hodgkins Dr. Kenneth W. J acobus Mr. John Janas Mr. G. Arthur Johnson Mrs. Idella Lewis Mr. Sz Mrs. Fred B. Loeffler Mr. Sz Mrs. Walter T. Lundegren Mr. Sz Mrs. Preston MacNish Mrs. Maurice Mades Mrs. Margret Mangles Mr. Sz Mrs. Albert A. Maxwell Mrs. Amy G. McNeill Mr. Sz Mrs. William P. Nicholls Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Noreen Mr. George W. Poor Mr. Kenneth H. Price Mr. Louis Ricciardelli Mr. Robert F. Roy Mr. Sz Mrs. Edward Saperstein Mr. Sz Mrs. Edmund C. Schneider Mr. Sz Mrs. A. M. Skellett Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph A. Smith, Jr. Mrs. Margaret Steinsvold Mr. Ludwig Van der Walde Mrs. Louise Watson Mrs. M. Weinstein Mrs. Claire Weiss Mr. Edward J. White Mr. Sz Mrs. Eugene A. Wimmershoff Mrs. Ruth C. Wolfe Mr. Sz Mrs. Abraham Zimble I A' TUFTS U IVERSITY President NILS Y. WESSELL, Ph.D., Sc. Ed. D., L.H.D. LLD Vice-President and Provost JOHN P. TILTON, Ed. D. Vice-President for Development CLARENCE P. HOUSTON, L. H. D. Comptroller RAYMOND C. MAGRATH, D.B.A. THE ASSOCIATED COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS The College of Liberal Arts CHARLES E. STEARNS, Ph.D., Dean Jackson College for Women KATHARINE R. JEFFERS, Ph.D., Dean College of Engineering HARRY P. BURDEN, S.M., D. Eng., Dean College of Special Studies RICHARD A. KELLEY, Ed. M., Dean Crane Theological School BENJAMIN B. HERSEY, D.D., Dean Graduate School of Arts and Sciences LEONARD C. MEAD, Ph.D., Dean Dean of Men CLIFTON W. EMERY, JR., Ed. D. University Recorder JAMES R. STRAWBRIDGE, Ed. M. For information concerning these colleges or schools, address the appropriate Dean I o o ' TUF TS UNIVERSITY, MEDFORD 55, MASS. School of Medicine JOSEPH M- HAYMAN, JR., M-D-, School of Dental Medicine CYRIL D. MARSHALL-DAY, D.M.D., Ph. D., For information concerning these schools, address the appropriate Dean 136 HARRISON AVENUE, BOSTON 11, MASS. The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Administered with the cooperation of Harvard University ROBERT B. STEWART, Ph.D., Dean For information concerning this school, address the Dean TUFTS UNIVERSITY, MEDFORD 55, MASS. Dean Dean 241 J. .:-.-Q, TU FTS CLUB DIRECTORY NOTE TO GRADUATES Graduation from Tufts University can be for the graduate the commencement of a long and pleasant asso- ciation with the school from which he received his education. By joining one of the many alumni clubs scattered throughout the country, he will be able to cultivate his affection for Tufts and fulfill his wish to remain a part of it. Below is a list of these clubs and the nam'es and addresses of the secretaries. The graduate is assured of a most cordial welcome at the meetings of any one of them. News about them is carried regularly in the Alumni Review. Please aid the Alumni Office in keeping its files up-to-date by notifying it promptly of any changes of address. Any information or inquiries concerning alumni and their activities may be obtained by addressing Fred P. Nickless, Jr., Alumni Secretary, Medford 55, Massachusetts. CALIFORNIA MASSACHUSETTS Mohawk-Hudson I Northern California Boston Mrs- Fraflcls L- La Ffenleref Roy E. Wood E'04 Lewis H. Parks A'36 Bouve 43 110 Sutter Street San Francisco Southern California Mark H. Houghton E'11 1108 East Tenth Street Long Beach CONNECTICUT Connecticut Miss Marion F. Gilde J'40 65 Cumberland Avenue Wethersfield Southwestern Connecticut Miss Dorothy B. Cutler J'16 33 Coleman Street Bridgeport DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington Joseph R. Yarrow E'29 3 Pooks Hill Road Bethesda, Maryland 9 Alden Road Wellesley Hills Fall River Dr. O. P. Vieira 140 Winter Street Fall River North Shore Mrs. Felix E. Dine J'32 20 Manton Road Swampscott Norwood Albert E. Casey E'26 72 Rosem'ary Street Norwood Pioneer Valley Alfred H. Webber A'45 606-614 Dwight Street Springfield Worcester Mrs. David Stiles J'49 27 Lawrence Street 25 Cornelia Avenue, R. D. 1 Ballston Lake NEW YORK New York Mrs. Irving H. Goldberg J'49 23 Haven Avenue New York Rochester Mrs. John E. Morse J'46 2812 Oakview Drive Rochester 17 Western New York Mrs. Mark I. Young J'41 326 Starin Avenue Buffalo OHIO Northern Ohio Edgar J. Wood A'26 1142 Cleveland Heights Boulevard Cleveland Heights FLORIDA West B'-Wlsloll Southern Ohio Sgufhefn Flgridq MYS. .IOI'lI'l P. Favre Roy Kupsinel A'49 MJSI::i?AN 49 BUFIEY Cll'Cl9 2910 N.W. 10th Avenue Miami St. Petersburg Rev. Ernest T. Marble A'34 4822 3rd Avenue, South St. Petersburg Norbert J. Neu A'49 13129 Chelsea Street Detroit NEW HAMPSHIRE New Hampshire Cincinnati 18 PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Mrs. Stephen Tutelian, Jr. 737 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ILLINOIS Mrs. N. Morey Eames J'34 Chicago 466 Hanover Street Pittsburgh Mrs. Alvin J. Bennett J'34 M0l1Cl1eSter Mrs. Charles L. Stonage J'47 E24 go:l1eEdgewood Avenue NEW JERSEY giisgluizeh Avenue MAINE NffilQI'eis'l..1ewN.Jeri'ZQili r41 VERMONT Central Maine 24 Lehigh Avenue Vermont: Mrs. Joseph T. Robbins J'50 ,Rolling Acres Avenel George P. Nye A'28 Northfield Falls Waldoboro NEW YORK Southwestern Maine Central New York WISCONSIN Mr. C1 Mrs. Walter K. Hall A'42, Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. King Wisconsin: J'43 A'45, J'45 Walter A. 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LI 2-1144 WRIGHT 8z DITSUN Iir A BADINI-ICIINTON 1 rackets - sets - sundries f','lj3hL:i7 ',". s 1 WRIGHT 8: DITSON 462 Bolyston Street Boston STATION CLEANERS ' OF Winchester Serving all Dormitories and Fraternity Houses . 2 -f e ACK WL As the final deadline comes up for a yearbook and the work gets more intense, there are always a handful of people who work harder than even they had realized they would. During the last week, four people worked this way: Kevin Mul- lin, Sheila Gallivan, Tom Devlin, and a girl named Nancy McAdam who did more for this book in the space of a week than can be adequately ex- pressed. She wrote, re-wrote, typed, organized, in short did everything she could - including using up two of her three 12:15's, and that's "about as fur as you c'n go". The photography of Herb Franck and George Russo deserves special mention. Those shots at the Kursaal and Hy's, and that night shot of the chapel helped make "Remembering Tufts" what EDG T A quick thank you to Don Willson, his typewriter Csans which we would never have made the.dead- linel and his sense of humor Cno, Don, I will not let you burn down the Pub-what would my busi- ness manager say?J. Also to the kind ladies of the Kursaal who kept us going on into the late eve- ning hours. To Mr. Donald Abbott and to his secretary, thanks for all help, and that quick typing Job. To our friends who excused us when we seemed to ignore them, and to our teachers, who just excused us. And finally to Doug Dunn, Bob Vantine, and Elinor Loomis, from Delmar, our thanks for the help they gave. 'The Business Staff wishes to express its apprecia- tion for the advertising time given by WTCR in the course of its sales campaign. we hoped it would be. LITERARY STAFF Literary Editor, James L. Hodgeg Pho- tography Editors, H. Henry Franck, and George Russo, Art Editor, Mary Lawson. Faculty Section William Brogna Lynn Ann Reilly Organizations Section Nancy McAdam Senior Section Shirley Andersen Irwin Kabler Doreen Lees Michael Thea Gail Erickson Marjorie Rogers Photographers Robert Mades Thomas Standring BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager James M. Clabault Sales Manager Denis Gavanas Promotion Manager Raymond L. Casella Promotion Staff Shelia Brooks Jan Fowle Eleanor Palmer Frederick Wretecha Thomas Swift Media Director Elson P. Dolliver Director of Advertising Ronald B. Natalie Advertising Staff Donald Avila Roy Jones Harry Wilcott Gunner Wickstrom Management Consultant Robert A. Clabault M.B.A. Harvard Graduate School Of Business Administration SN. -,fx .w., 1 X x x x N x W v r N IX E- '11-1. N .Q -T 1:-.. ..,ff"f 'Qt' rf- . ' Q, x. - 3 5' dd x '-, ,I le :--., - WHWLQ. 9 'IRQ 5-I! what ,IBA 53141 ization 325' . - A Q' A n 1 f ' -'Til A -i ya . 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