Union College - Garnet Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)

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Blodgett delivers the Convocation Address, while President Davidson and Professor Stone listen. lxlhnu - 'ti 9' 93? """"' '?s-3?-N"Q 0 . I I 'I - , w I -N l ' . M iss." A, V .h I, . ,s ,r x wi , 'N K ' w " ,.,,,:'.X. :Lx . . .. X.. K: ,. . , . N S. Mc ' 1 1 9 1 -x f ,A 5 . .s . LSR' TW CV ,yn .54 - , .. Tom Pike, '62, trips up CI ROCFIGSTGF sprint to glory. 1,1 ,.f- , sand 4 x, nib 9. . Q Mfr-.A V. ffik A J ' -. - . fran .1 ,X . .. f'u',L, . K .vi .A v .w-f:Q- ' . 1 ,.. -- s- 1-ll?-41'.,.. .rl .t mzlff. f. . - wi "- -'-"'-' " ' ,fi-Lit' FPS M.. A My 1 u , "Mx . 5xv"g4'Q-""'i'!'5:1i-'A ,.'.iv.:'f .,-. 'ff' -U . - ' A , W 'fw- Bob Marquez, '61, runs into the rough type of opposi tion that led to an 0-7-1 season record. 'fz""i5Lf 'fi 'MG ! Co-Captains Chip Nassor, '60, and Carl Valentine, '60, stand beside Coach Keith Doyle. Dr. Weaver and trainer Jerry Waldman patch up Bob Carter's, '61, mauled leg. lgwmx K Strike up the band! 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J sas sy W The Kappa Nu'stc1p ca cider keg. if I iq , Ht xi- W gi :mum , i www 'F Nxt President of Union College, Carter Davidson William Whipple Bennett, Chairman, Division of Sociol Studies Professor of Economics Harrison C. Coffin Chairman, Department of Ancient Classics Frank Bailey, Professor of Greek Wayne Kenyon Nowack, Assistant Professor of Art 1, J John Mason Bradbury, Professor of Art and English gp, Sf' -Q.. Edward S. C. Smith Chairman, Department of Geology - , . ,,.A"" "7lif"' M KM . Vw., A.,-5 ' ,,..r-P" ' ' Beniomin Palmer Whitaker Chairman, Department of Economics Armstrong Professor of Economics David Kenneth Boker, Associote Professor of Physics Orin Jomes Forrell Professor of Mathematics ,,f Joseph Finkelstein, Associate Professor History and Economics George Henry Reed . Chairman, Department of Chemistry 35' Augustus Henry Fox Chairman, Department of Mathematics or ' s ,, J iffy 1 e ,Q - f ' A g , ' 'fs KH f I 'Hr N 135-1'9" ii My ,w: s,I:, V if 1 E A A 'V' i"h.ff"f42f-1, fr. 13' ry '5 x,L.,Qt.j2lq3 ' wwf" in 11.1-' e rin ' 4 Q i V' A 1 . Nr! "gif V. 2 , ,1 . rr wal?-f. 16. ' 'A 2 "nf W. Leonard B. Clark Chairman, Department of Biology .462 . -i.. ew-Lt, ' fi Gordon R. Silber Professor of French and Italian 1 G ,aw -Q' i A if -,,...vv- Carl Anthony Niemeyer Chairman, Division of Humanities Norman B. Johnson, Professor of Religion Charles D. Swartz Associate Professor of Physics H:- 45 M 112531. - .1 Umm' !ss'9,.s 'U .,L'v-f,,W Q M """v " ... 5 ha, t 1 s :Q Howard E. Sheffer, Associate Professor of Chemistry 'lC'meS A. Riedel, Chairman, Department of Governm i u 1 1 " , i i I lr V l I I I I .w,,l 4 iv' V I . pf df 1- .' 2"""f.' 1 f w . -Q.. - ,' c . -.fix ,, .I v , 4' 3 X ,res - .., M,-,gnir ' ' ' f ' ff -fv-v-1 . ' .4 V M, ,NN Y ' ., v---xlx . 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A , riluaifmli-iahulnm' f s- a." -mum-.1 -.,. .-DT Q xv -b XXX I ? K ! s ix I S' ul" fi x X 2' X Q '. 'flu .x sw X, V Y 2 N2 , Mg I 5 Q, 'E 1 N f xwx .45F Jf, ..- . ww' ,. ,- A, .rf sf , Q 9 A 1 r ' W '54 f ' - H .. 'Rr nn! QV fD0fH yx Q j LEv ' 'Q' .,Q?1gEQg f ' gealgm 'XXL ,-if' U ll Q A 3Msb3pffLQ gfWf' A 'lk x"w'fx 5 '. - NA E is Q ' V x" 'I ' " B' , f, "V NX jkwm . ' 4:93 ' .L if Sw U 0 s ' '1 x-sf ' , hcrles T. Mole, Professor of Civil Engineering H. Gilbert Harlow Chairman, Department of Civil Engineering ...lbxgx . 'SX Q - 2" , NZ- James A. Moss Assistant Professor of Sociology Richard N. W. Smith Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy from St. Andrews University, Scotland llfllll-,ll ' 5 .nl ' 1 so A.. L, 0 llll Y Harold W. Blodgett Chairman, Department of English Lamont Professor of English Literature 1 QWIWV H, wnuwrwn 3 0, J N nv- ldfw Josfph D. Doty, Bigelow Professor of History Chairman, Department of History f fi ,- ?5 ps- . ,cms 'Kiwi E593 ??3?i???s Iliff? ,J :Q ., ,, . u. ' 'If'-v SJW, --. --. 0""'v ff, "'a"' 'mg-.gym ,,N 1 TZ. 4 . .. ,N Vs l Wilford H. Ketz Director of Athletics Sherwood Deon Fox Chairman, Department of Sociology Director, Social Research Center 1 a 2' v 1 l O K n 5 Donald L. Millhom Vice President of Union College Frederick .L. NBronner Professor of History Secretary of Union College Neal W. Allen, Jr. Associate Professor of History K Efi .,-v., I I t I lu --1-I-1-g - N 'N"':" N-R-"1 WINTER AT UNION: A NEW SEASON IT BRINGS WITH ITS USUAL SNOW AND COLD, BRISK PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES AND SPORTS. .mvvm-.. ,ow v -..Nv- Vt' .1 h 4, ' '.-JQ W1 I 'f-Y' 4 5454- 1 'il '51 ' 9 ,' gf 7 ,f ' 1, y. ,sly 5 "f'.f?-ti' be 5 .marina v Coach Carl Witzel gives the team a pep talk in rhe Field House locker room. Max Steele, '60, goes up for a rebound as Bruce Walsh, '60, and Bob Holland, '62, look on. , r qggywsmql. ,, nj LM. .,4v.-,jj 43fm,- s -ur' i 'f A-N X li ,lf 4 ,. ,q ....-WI' ' I '? X' 1 -M 2 f :Mu Y mwwwm f"-if 'ff ,. -,Muna-.as i6A5QvF1"'h-?f5,f'f',,.., Bob Holland, '62 iups the boll In John Pelfon, '62 attempts a pass Af., s ww! JN! 1, .M , , 4, .f , . W, M, , .4 , ,, Y M W, , . . ' ... " 1-' ' Y ,vb .- ... af . Q , sump ,. - M . ,1,-- mg Lk R? U J f Y . , - "' mf" 3 L - - ' , 1-,, . -mf ,,.A-a X , K - ,ufmwf , H, , f' 1 , . V " 1 ' 1 : v ' .W -A ,.Y. ,.., L! lL ' v o A Y , ' w Nl' UQ l'5"l.6',' it IL mg eg 41.4 9' f 4 ,""' 'il ummm e an-7"" :wh B 'hun f , +P' W wisp, Y A K x M , 'WI l X ,iw , - g 1 - 8 , ,,,. sun' A 4,,.4v'a K .!,fql.fgn,'Wl5 ,, .f 7 A 1 Pete Houlihan, '61, pivots to meet his Williams opponent. Bruce Walsh, '60, basketball co-captain, clears the ball from the boards. , .1 .5 K, .l"'v-is-,hi-, L. .. J., ,HI Q A I, ,mf -v H, 2 ll 'fifi if it is F-'r'fQ. ' , V- i ' 1 fig 1 -. - Aw: L-- ,if 1 3 h t L -vig! ff 1 5 1 , 'N ffkjfst 5453 ' I -1 1 3. ' '. ' i ,gill . ,e,Qf.i.: t Basketball co-captain, Chuck Marshall, '60, goes up for a shot. Two Union rooters watch the Garnet hoopsters wade through a 2-14 season. -'Ly . 'es 561- Q M. -eq., .em we W -x f 5 'J' Y-3: .... ,x ff. -I ,,, if fgf' rx. ' ,K " -Us Ed Ruth, '60, Team co-captain and record-holding distance man for the Mermen , Jim MacDonald, '60, team co-captain and leading sprinter. 1' I V .u , vs. . , ' ff if , " 'W PN: ' rf L- "F: 1 . 'r 25.7 '., ' V V ,QQ 3 . H J, Q " xg .- ,- v- 1 -' 5 , -- ,. ,- .. fy . Hsin , x. -. . ' ' me Q- -X TW aj ' ' ' 'U M ,L - .. ,.. 'Q . ' . l AJ' "'f' Q-.I J0hn Lubetkin, '60, top Garnet Sprinter. Coach Ed Fedosky instructs part of his sophomore con- tingent. He led the team to a 5-5 season. .9--L-Q 425 43 'rm Www 5 ,,..---v,.-- 1, 1 7 L' , , - .M 1 g , : Ar' -Q-. 5.1 QQ QI ,-1 x r..' I .-,- ' ,.,'i .-" . ...Q .x U. . M-A ,A . " nr. -Y Q . 1, u . 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'fr I: f'.,Q " --' JQWI' r ' Q, ,-.qw .. A wif? L Q .W ,l A . - ',,,fJ,, .wp . ' 1 4 -A ' . sv ,-5 4 WC: . - ,cfm 'QI'- V.. 'V 4 ,..x- r fN'fFSiQLsf3!H"'l-AwRf"M 32 ' , 5 'v,r-- :gf 1- vW.- Rf , 'yum -' , Vf - , Nix! , - 1 ' 'Vikff fa 4 -'- xv ,yu W Qi- ' 1 !' Wi' 1 'F' Ab N .W . fr . , A 1 , , , K 1 x K 1- Q -L . . .V ,V 1 .c,5.2.q.kv" K x""r " , ' Tlfky " . ' . EAL W 12:-vm f 4 , .. ngl'g"3i?j':'-'T V' -- 4.4. N -a-QW . 7 1 . -s.4'vs1.f1,' "2 M am, 1 x '- ' Wayne Laverfy, '62, finishes strong in the 1000 yard run. Dave Connery and John Gerken lace up as Union races to a first place in the Fourth Annual Union College Indoor Track Meet. u 'Q , l is.. . V 1 -N: Q. 'ago 1... , 54 Ps 'Q 4,-4543's - , O as .. N 1 gb J- - 2, 3 , ,1 - 4' vs I V.:-H vin -,- , on " 5- , ,. , " ' -s .... 2--"I 5- 'wr 'V' 3... ' fflfi' :- f ..' r-7-1. '-4243, sf-Q,'tLs.,'S -. 4 s.. -. -up I --W rev- W 1 A 'W M 4 - , wwf. .. -- ., h.. ,L ., 4 H., - .. .V .rx-...:1.Ad.4 g- -. 1 Naam, m ,,,-.,,: -,lo . ,, .W . M .9 TT 'X Aim - - 5 .. r- -..' ,QA , 10,1-lffL11"'f'.N'.1,.!IY .BJ JJ if' .Lg ' 1 ITL X- J ,""'.L'mVfQ.1s1r ..' .a'n!...1!" , A..-1-.1zif7..,v.nf-T' .Auram..w.,, 'lm EU fl Solstecl, '62, Takes the hurdles in high fashion. gl Neal Singer, '62, runs easily in the 600 yard run Mum.. Coach Bruce Allison provides team captain Pete Adasek, '61, with the type of leadership that led the Mat- men to a 5-4 season. 1 it X 9 ,, f' f A. . wif if "V" ' John Caggiano, '62, exhibits the pure form that gave him four pins this ti' ' "VL1q.Ct- yea r. Pete Levesque, '61, growls with rage. Mindy Woodruff, '62, exhibits control over his opponent. is I 'The'196O Curling Team in practice-Hubert Manderville, '62, George Di Cenzo, '62, and Harold Davies, '62, receive instruction from Coach Jonathan Pearson lll. Kirk Mellen, '61, shows the adept form that helped to lead the 1960 Volleyball Team to their best winning season in the four year history of the sport at the college. 1 Q ,p X V, up Af, Q7 . xg 4 .JI Vx x . ,- .Kx .-'img -F in . - .Q l, .yg,,f.-,rfb , .4 U , , ,rqifzfr ' ,. ,eh .Q ,HY -!,,,.,,a 4. A 'KA ,, x x Qfkiw , wp, . W f ,.f' 'x L 1 vs fl 5, N 1 643' ,es 3 , 4' as ,M fr. . GARNET business staff: Al Weinstein, '62, Ed Shapiro, '62, Ron Wein- sfein, '60 fBusiness man- agerj, Lou Abelove, '62. GARNET Sfaffers: Paul Gallant, '62, Ed Reichert, '62, Art Grand, '63, Les Marrus, '62, Joe Baile, '62, John Ponsiglione, '63 GARNET EDITORIAL BOARD: Charles Evans, '62, Eli B. Enzer, '60 Ceclitorl, Les Marrus, '62, Paul Gallant, '62, Joe Baile, '62. GARNET STAFF: Editor Enzer, Les Marrus, '62, Joe Baile, '62, Steve Zimmerman, '6 Charles Evans, '62, Ed Reichert, '62, Sonny Evans, '60, Mark Krugman, '60, Paul Gallant, '62, Ron Weinstein, '60, Bob Nover, '6l. X 'S X i"N '94 A..-J' o, sw ff! -41 J'-vqfqyv. 'VL-fb Q ,, , -- I -"" '- "M 2.1 - WL W CONCORDIENSIS EDITORIAL BOARD: Ron Drusin, '62, John Wclhlig, '6Op Bob Galvin, '61p Paul Wollmcm, '60 editor Pete Steingloss, '6Op Mark Hcmdelmcln, '62p Les Morrus, '62. Gerald Bock, '62, Steve Raymond, '63i and news editor Ron Drusin prepare the college PC'Pef on CI Wednesday night. "-x CONCORDIENSIS sports editor Les Marrus, '62 coaches Dove Thurston, '63, on layout. CONCORDIENSIS features editor Larry Lentchner, '62, Les Mczrrus, '62p Editor Steinglcss, '60 cmd Mark Handleman, '62. , 0 M' ,1 1, ki rpqw XA, .nl EdiT0r-in-chief Steingloss works with his successor, Bob h 'd f ci fine arts center. GQIWY1, '61 on editorial supporting t e i ect o Lance M. Borosh, '60, Business Manager for CONCQRDIENSIS Q-L A "1 -S -4 A ,.-Sh-nn -n GNL , ...af Gordy Hause, '62, tech man, and Paul Cohen, '60, WRUC station manager do a remote broadcast from the Rathskeller, 'Sm gg. x . 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W 'i -If ss ,, ' 'f"596:2fS1'i'4,14 '3"mm CAMPUS RELIGIOUS COUNCIL, representing Hillel, Newman Club, and Christian Ass'n Tom Zental, '62, Hal Buck, '60, Dick Fischer, '60, Ted Rothstein, '60, Neal Singer, '62, NEWMAN CLUB president Bill Condon, '60, with Bob Affinia-n, '63 and sau Rassel, '61 at Q rea. 5 'I I ,I fi 5 ii 5 I I I ' I in Y K' Poetry editor, Mel Einhorn, '60, of the Union literary magazine, The IDOL, selects copy with Lee Schepps, '62, and Steve Polmar, '61, ., Ax , if ' IDOL editors meet: Steve Polmar, '61, managing editor, Eli Enzer, '60 associate editor, and Noah Hershkowitz, '62, art editor. s r 1 1 it ,ly J J The IDOL Business Staff: , I Bob Briggs, '63, Fred Powell, '61, Business mc1nC1g6I':Gll Be ' 1 B N ltIf.y , - fin A rx F ir-- bxl .im el Editor-in-chief of the literary magazine The IDOL, Steve Zimmerman, '60. Q I STUDENT COUNCIL: President Ed Ruth, '60, ond John Ferguson, '60, Secretary. Student Council Representatives Pete Adcxsek, '61, John Wyman, '63, and Steve Spencer, '62, listen. -. 5 wt. ' ,ti ,A I A 4 K 1 'tv . 1 V 61' , W . .-. 14-6 't ' L 4 .sf ne, V 'HL P, tif '---.a I Student Association Representative, reads I N ' - 5cj1,oc::ZYtih2ogtudc:a,nTnC?ouncil passed a motion supporting the resolu 3, . ., ., - . .,,,r, fififsgul-a'.T.::SI-'is F A' L il? the NSA report supporting immediate integration in public tion. a 'rw tiff, Q y, . . ,,,,. "ri, fl F f21fQ7Q1, Q K1 :,i.- 1 i U uh - , lfl"'1','f ii, . "Azz-13 v .-if J -, fr :-'Ji , fly, 1 -.l- ,, 11, 4? "f5,zf + .Q , lalml: N im, jr I. 'HE' 'S , . -as-wi: if INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL, under the leadership of President Leo Dunn, '60, evolved the Deferred Rushing Plan for Union's future 1 L I I xv 'N X.. 5 if I fox 1 1 ' v ff -L, Pix gt S ,. -, I Q 'fu-Ml, Q59 Q...-gp--Q ' A""9"1"9' j 4----1---4: i--N-me-an , 1" N'-cm-me rw, -1----Q-A-sa L,,,..nlll'L Q ur 1-.... A ,aid Y . , 'A a I pt- f"I f h AA I ,...,..--1-' 3 'QMM E U V . A- A.4, iii SLA American Institute of Electrical Engineers are represented at Union by a student group under the leadership of Doug Fox, '61, Arnold Klappas, '60, Dennis Ricker, '61, and John Honey, '61 . PHILOMETHEANS, Union's debating society since 1793 listens to its president, Joel Ticknor, '60, Y - www- -- 1, . M. ,N ' 9 Q America Lew Ruse, '60, 2115- . , 4 n Society of Mechanical Engineers listen to their secretary, American Society of Civil Engineers met under the leadership of Cseatedl Lewis Buckman, '60, John Edinger, '60 and Martin Einert, '61, Robert Lacombe, '61, 4,-4'-I Y-Q , ml - Ixwaaxx M. 1, STUDENT TAX COMMITTEE: Ed Ruth, '60, Paul O'Neil, '60, Walt Casey, '60, and Carl Nelson, '61, DELPHIC SOCIETY: Ed Ruth, '60, Paul Cohen, '60, Bix McMiIlian, '60, Joel Ticknor, '60, Leo Dunn, '60, John Ferguson, '60, and George Buckbee, '60. The DELPHICS are the campus service organization. S 5 :Hn -A I . 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A - -PA .v 1 ., ,, X no 5 , O Q ,O ' ' Q fl 3 X ,se 'W N gl 1 F 3 ,' 'X 1 .BQ ' 5?? ff Q 5 f A+ 'N iff' K In U I' Y 6 fr' ,A H 'Y fx fi' Li rw Bidding and kibitzing at the BRIDGE CLUB are: Mike Bluesfein '63, Dave Mitchell, '60, Tom Schaad, '60, Dave Zellef 62- , ,, 4,-, . ll., it fm W . ,aww "M ' ' '1'A.Q',x.f,' ' . , , f ifty ITME. 1 " 1 my mg. ' .t 5-f 14-4' -' f wwingi '61, Bill Brazell, MODERN JAZZ SOCIETY sponsored a concert featuring Max Roach. The concert was organized by Jim Reisman, '61 and Joe Zacarro, '60, ,J v 1:0 l U 1 a 4' x ,570 'D . A,-sf. 1 v1 , , 4? .1 'a ,z 9 ,n ,Q '1 .- up 1 . 94 ,4- ,a ,A ii' .1 ,, .un -I 'N 430' J..- ? 'Wu ,Nq- Q C Q.. Vu.: . Da Q x--' A . , x .5 ,Q . X I N wi' 1 .XG N X :QA ,r. Y ,ka J 4? T. Edgar curns darecfs the coNcERT ENSEM MW wmv:-1 1715.1 7 Glenn Murray, '63. 'Wk A ,fx Mtv Under the direction of Professor Wingate, the MOUNTEBANKS, played Shaw's Androcles and the Lion in the Spring. Shown are: Bob Skloot, '63, as Androcles, Dave Atherton, '60 as the Lion, George DiCenzo as the Roman, and Lainie Cannon as Lavinia. The MOUNTEBANKS, Union's dramatic society, plays The Trial, by Franz Kafka in its Fall production. Shown on stage are: Fred Childs, '63, George DiCenzo, '62, playing the tormented Joseph K., Craig Lyons, '62, and Dan Rubey, '62, if NKS plqymg And,-ocles and fhe Llon Dave Atherton 60 Bob Skloof 63 Eddue Joe Johnson 61 George DpCenZ0 62 Lqlme Cannon Ed Ferre 2 J 1.51 fi' V r-"" ' A Students relax during the eleven o'clock "study break" at the 'SKELLER. Students and Faculty meet informally at the Dutchman's RATHSKELLER -NZ PUBLICATIONS BOARD- Harry Rubin '61, Tim Lapham, '621 D600 of Sludenfsf O. E. Pollack! Fred Powell,' '6l: MV- A- NelS0I'1i Dean l'lU"'7leY- , A af .5 -,r 1 - ldlgbl Rowan Wakefield, Director of Publicity for the College and advisor to the newspaper as well as a member ofthe Publications Board. I 5. H r , , , - Cr I I 5- -6 ,. B , , ' l 118 1 L- rv- .22 T1 Bob Osekavcge, '62, Charlie Goldstein, '61, Jim Lillie, '61, and Mark Krugman, '60, of the Photo Society examine proofs. W2GSB radio operator sends a message for a student POLITICAL FORUM meets. 4 .lx -Tn T Q Situ Vx 'Px z"w,M'u P-tif. uw M fi' 7' ' -' ' i4m5.w4v.- 1-L A , PRE-LAW SOCIETY holds a caucus, Stu Lerman, '60, Joe Zucccaro, '60, Dove Pearce, '60, Fred Powell, '61 and Tom Johnson, '62. ,,,,.,f:1..w r 1 jk 4 i .45 ..- ? The cats and the chicks swing to the beat of the Gubernatorial band. The hipsters dig the scene. H ,iiil , 7 1 1 J ' f -.i, i..,uUn-' ZX ' oT..,., up if a179'f 1r"---- SPRING IS A TIME OF RENEWAL. ACTIVITY BLOSSOMS, NOT ONLY IN JACKSO'N'S GARDENS BUT IN ALL FACETS OF CAMPUS LIFE. BUT AMID THE BUSTLE CREEPS AN AIR OF LAZINESS AND THE THOUGHT OF APPROACHING FINAL EXAMINATIONS AND GRADUATION. The Alpha Delta Phi's and their dates during Spring Prom Weekend. 0 'v Y 1-'-n 'Q Q .. 'wmv' Beta Theta Pi Al Torpie, '61, Bob Ansel, '60, Bill Wheeler, '61 and John Morcck, '61 relax in the living room Chi Psi Lodge f wi r i Jim Dickenson, '62 studying for finals "4 f f ,W W gfflhq K x ' 'a-A f k W5-7 Vx D fd W QpU1f'j,TT? U1IrHfQ,gf 'N' -f- 'i if -11 ! if X Rog Fitch, '62 and Jack Huels, '62 watch Dan Grenning, '61 paint. mvx 1- A 1, ,V .nw ,xV1.,,, 2 K RM, J'h'.f, 1-5 A Delta Phi Fi N'- H AY ' " 1 v,. .,f'fQ1, L' fcifx "' X 5 X .1 ,.,,. 1' H. f Q, ,'-.H W J Delta Upsilon LFFFWW4- lli, , Paul Gallant, '62, Dick Corbin, '62, Dud Cote, '62, Donny Riesel, '58, Rog Semercd, '62, Ned Snyder, '63, Ed Reichert, '62 Roy Sdbatelli, '63 ond their dates enjoy themselves during Homecoming Weekend. KA's Dick Kaine, '6'lp Bill Williams, '62f Warren Dickerman, '63 discuss the world situation. Kappa Alpha Lodge Kappa Nu .5-.il H F57 ,,fA :spy I e I s Linda Graham serves punch to Howie Daffner, '62. Kappa Sigma . in ggglfgls 5 41.4 Don Crist, '61, Pete Houlihon, '61 and Bob Morgan, '61 bang out on old tune. Phi Delta Theta ,kv- W i :ii VIII' l . . flll Tam Tiiii ull: Mlll INEIII Al Sangulicmo, '62 and his pet mouse N .lim ,ibn 4 RR , N. If l,. I Phi Gdmmca Delta ' V ,., S yl. 4 Z.. , A A, , . Maw' v- -Q mm. f 1 x I .ig Kirk Mellon, '61 throws cu frisbee. Q x '- ' V. ew wfmaia, 5 L,- 4 We , 60" . . . X A !'1.i.."q,,' M, "I QL' CIF' .- , 4 - F. 1. A. , , ' V N W-.mwg-3-. .gf 1 -,z-f vfqgpf' ,, f w 2' Ti, , 7,5 f ,,.,,, f , P' wqmphifl f , m ,L 0 , ,.-4 . V- , , J' X N f: 14.2 an - fr H uw if - ' ig-rj' u. A A -rd! 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Coach Art Lawrence discusses his tecam's 6-8 season effort with Kopec, '61 Vi 'ju-u - . .6- i K . N Q 11' -iffy-o ,H-.j 39' W, 'Q . ., -1-avShfrqr 'MHA ' 1.. 'r N r-m ' 1.1 5. ,,.. .. f A... John Pelfon, '62, barrels toward home plcie. 31., an 14,- UH, 1 .Z 1 " :V ' V 'ff , 4 . I W Q -4 K A , ., .. W H Y Q , eu ,, I I . nfl, f 1. " - " -4 .,4. -.. . -5" 'iinboi' .,.-- 4 'lv fy." WN' ff 4 5- . .. Mike Kopec, '61, covers the plate. ,.,. , , 'v-on -um., ', ,' v.: 4..,!. . fair . 5, .I v.,, ,- .,-., 1 . 1 -. 'r .,:v. 5 ae NI ...-va 4... 'Hi mn.: 6 or-C-E L 1110 Elmars Jurievics, '60, breaks the tape to lead the team to a 3-3 season. urvwgf' lsr Sy Sv'-f John Gerken, '61, and Norm Lavery, '62, put on the steam to catch their Vermont opponent ',,,,fx"S"' "" in-ar'-' 'Menu 4 ,tbxiv lm, I-If h... ' 414 'Q Chuck Marshall, '60 puts the shot, to lead the field squad in points earned. Bob Holland, '62, comes in for a three point Iandin , as side-lined 9 l-GW Rohr, '60, looks on. 'Y f F' lf fv-Q. q.,,,.f! ri N . Jian 'W NN 725 mg. .J he iE?fV' 7f'FEg4f' i?:4c:?' dw ll' l If 2'1" -f ML 2f?f"vfe'liQ-ifgi L, 1 ,J , NM-ucv 7 li .611 A if ' 2 J-.- X I. 'N Q,-ww t 4 i Dietrich Schaaf, '62, kicks out for added height as he clears the bar. Tom Hoffma n, '60, breasts the tape. ChUCk Hanle, '61, Wdtches his discus take off. Wayne Laverfy, '62, checks his opposition as he makes the for turn. :Q N I fi ui! 0 5' H 4, , E.. kwin 1 w XA WEE, in-.4 J If ' an W ff fi fv- M. m .. in I 4. lb ia I U FL IN 0 he NB 0 .sw PP It N 'Dc ru up '98 Q1 '55 -v 4 a U 2. Bill Reamcm, '61, gets off his shot in spite of the 90alee's desperate efforts. Jerry Zimmerman, '6 spins out to gain a clear goal shot. Spirited team play this year led to a 4-6 season and a 4-2 Class B record. .W 1 ,,i adn: was A 1 4!T. "1l1'4., Wm W 7' 'f"7HI'1m-, ,wx W Bruce Lawton, '60, serves 'um up hot. Captain Lew Buchman, '60, exhibits the tenacious form that brought the team an 8-2 record. Ronald Welke, '61, looks on as golf captain Peter Schmidt, '60, fees off. Allen Torpie, '61, lines up Cl shot. L., "" -.-- .- . -. ufun--' -f---.,-, . g.. QV,-,. .. W r 1 l..,-v-'- ' -Ami ,, wg Y' 'z-'M . ., .W 1,.V , AA. , '71 -M' .4 . -- if-' , ,yd 4 Y . fm- V M., 5' , -nfl Jn"-. ' M. w .x , 'f fu.: 'af' ' , .ig ' X - "' 3 'dl' " A ' ,.-f2r"f'W4'f 1 V rf D -'E ! :,. ,,: . .L i-.A .1 35 p -' ' . ' A "fi 4-' -'. v- ' -ff - 'R'-vo . ff ', '- rf " 4 " ,xi 1-9 fzl U 1-n F Q . - ,N-...Q my 'S 'T . 6 . H ilk 'hh ' '-'l' b , 'A ' A ' ,A , -Lli' 'P ' ...,5.-g..f,,4:1" -' ' 'I' 1' . . A-i Y - ..,. ,. . N . U' ' ' f - M L-J 6 var-1-. V . 4. .L - -V N 71.5. V ,f.f.,.. -- " j.1: L.1fQq.,Q'.-.63g,,,p.f f'3'f'4-,U .-yy' N W F121 . . ,g-f-f.-.,-- 41 V- 4 nv. .5:,3.:' 1'v.1::uL61-Dfw' fm' ,.,. .. -4 , -xr - - X ""'Q--.a-1 gs-..-u 1 sw,- ,M H, M, , 1 x ,n 4 'fm' '-vi'-' 'X 'vm' .A , . . l A,-...W 1 . W.' W-'W . z "'.'Xfn,,mf.gjv..,1 AJR., , lf 1 r , .. J N ,vw , K ,, .-3 ,,j, fw- K 4 "J I-.-aw, ,. xv if ...X M. ,V u.,,. . NIR'-i, -L-.f,.w4 '- 1:-mmm Joel D. Ticknor, '60, Scholar on Southeast Asia, outstanding de- bater and winner of the Daggett Prize for personal character, he brought to the campus an awareness of the great political problems of the day. Leo R. Dunn, '60. President of Chi Psi and the Inter Fraternity Council. Under his leadership, the Defferrecl Pushing Plan was approved, provid- Inq for a new opportunity for the Unifying of the Union College community. M. John Luloetkin, '60, Swimmer, sports writer for the Concordiensis, short story writer and illustrating artist for the literary magazine, he was an active campus citizen. ,- K.-F , ' - so ' , - ' 'i 454' Y K ' .V , i, 6 'Mt-TT Q 14,7 ' 'Q lk Q-'fr - 4 , , . Q Q, ' , o -,Q l -' 45? f e- , 16 ii . .. 2 If . C r - T , ri 1 Xa x ,ry .: pw , , , 'io QI. ax til W. Q, V U04 x s Q vft A A if If aj. . Yl V' ws 1. A , . if X, 'Fx V1 ft, Y, i J ."Q'pv .,. . ff,'v"i.,Qq V-Hn, -,, I ,. 4 A 1 rf f i' t':3Q'z. if i, 3' T24 1' it H1255 i. 4 fL'fif2'g33 I Q-7i"?is"943?z 2' Q ,ii. 11-'i7hf4. -.141-' '1 ,'-xp' Tyr.:- gf+'Q?f,iffMw-,ifgtff 41 .' ,fn-lfftftfi. fig gig 'ff , :fiat WT r- ,, ,f ,pull my 5 T Yi: i, 51.15, ' aan-. A ll' . Qi' , 7,ixi,., 1: 3 ' 2 ii 13 ' ,,.i i Q '51 ' L4 . ' 5' ' ti 'Jef 1' fit. N ' V' is " in ' ' 44 Walter H. Casey, '60, Chairman of the powerful Tax Committee, presiclenl of Beta Theta Phi and Fall semester president of the IFC, he was Of' influential political figure on the Union activities scene as well as being a student of merit. John M. Ferguson, '60. Secretary of the Student Council, president of his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, he also gave his services to class functions, well deserving the Student Council Meritorious Service Award given him on Prize Day, Naseeb G. Nassor, Jr., '6O. "Chip" was a par- ticipating citizen in campus affairs as well as an exemplary captain of Union's football team. Lewis M. Drusin, '60, Awarded associate membership to Sigma Xi, tinguished himself with his original research on paramecium genetics. 'R he dis- Arlin I. Ginsburg, '60, Poet, essayist, iazzophile and sculptor, he helped initiate the revised Chapel Program, was chairman of the Student Fine Arts Center Committee, and brought the best of modern iazz to Union through a series of concerts. 41 Kenneth S Hoyt '60 During his five-year engineering program curriculum he devoted much of his energy towards the enlightening of the Union Student to the Qfeflf problems of the world, and he did this as the National Student Association representative at the college. sf 1 cgi ft A91 WI-M -i l Peter J. Steinglass, '60, Editor of Concordiensis, Phi Beta Kappa, Pete constantly worked to develop the newspaper to a high point of per- fection. Under his imaginative guidance Concordy printed articles and editorials calling attention to local campus problems as well as the larger issues of the day. J yn.. 4 i- wtf... if .,-, ' I ' 1 ' :,.. - -i I, 45-vp in Wmu '- - 6 ZXX ?xN .1 ' K V' 'ts '51 fo U ' r ', fa-' V' gg :Q 5,5 :UU 7 ff' J ,I ,, '1 ,.51. I x 33 f' k -,9 , , ,, , 'WW' 'rf , .W , , A ,W ,W , 1 ,- 0 A W ..4,.,,: . ... , ,i P Q 1 1 5.4. fu. f . -FHM - ,' M.. . m. fn L v ll1D W 0' ..-Q.. Km" V X-.V VY, - ,K-ifgp 5 Ir" fam jf' 'E' - .VI 5" --M V. . ' ff - ,fn J 'lf Z M M- ' 4' Q any .. hqgx " ,, 'Q Ji' V X ,P . wma:--wg 1 , ,. L ,V , ELL gzggffggpv Wg f 1 1 - Nw. : . M - tx ,V M Ap mf' , x, 4. Wx V' ti' ,Q j-13+ w . - 1 - ' -ff B-A " M IO? , M s , ,.,.. W . . '-A - - gf x X 4 -W.. ,,jiMw,-Qu' gy. is W . K R E a:, .5 'gk ' K Ed RU'fl1, '60. President of the Stu- dent Qouncil, president of his class af G lunior, he constantly dedicated hlnjself to a better tomorrow for Union College. This dedication was rewarded when he received the Coveted Bailey cup. ' 'X if - - e X - . .., . JI? . f , A fN,.if',1X, fr 51.2.5 , I fy... NN, V. V 1, , . , ., .Jr .,,.,x .fm W . 1, 'x"7 'Ili' E4 'ig'-".' ,lf o A wp of . 1- 'i'..f.r .--Hr 2-'--rl' l v i '-' 1' .UV 1' v' ' rf' Lfkfv 4 I f Q ' ' 1 " Ffa 'w -. ""1""' '--w. ,' G H if N "' ,.., 5,195 'Mfg 'pfi:.3,f,b,.,:.. gil' E1 A 'P gw5u41!5f',jv,'.-1f,j1Q. Sf? "' "7 X' "' ' ' N" " 1 i ' mW4f'2n:,se5aullmlf? f-s..,W'n I, , ypwrffqfv, ,- ', e "' """ 79 Q 5 4, 35: ..,,iM J, V ,.. ,uw 1-.Sd Gary Gross, '61, As the newly elected President of the Stu- dent Council, for '60-'61, he has the opportunity to do much for Union College. 9.-n Stephen J. Albert, '60, Student Council representative for three years, president of his fraternity, Kappa Nu, he was an enlightened member of the IFC and a responsible campus leader who worked for the creative progress of Union. JEL' ur 't-T- I X goof - - .. . S 3 - - . , C can 1, L f"" V nav-il-I, 112, .XX ' ., 1' ,,,. , 'vi - -A .--H. Jul' 0 IH-tit-"n'i'A V I , "Vt X :S 'iw Harlow "Bix" McMillian, President of the Class of 1960. , . K' , 1 l i 4 .l -f,3Mr-,Y , 1 . .- V 54.2. fi 1 - 5-Ai. - iJwfi1'1'. . . ,,,,, , . ..1f,,d3g fgpig- 'X , we gay, mm: Q12 , 1:'.r,f'-nearer, Q 55? , 1' 5-1l.,pw i K. gf. !"f1'. 'liflj ' f'fl , - H95 ' . if -fm.:vgf,f1' new t L g, 3,-111 I gi k:.,g-, gm i, A by 551 ,M 'lf' 7".,'v1- l 15, , jf,,tiZj,g7g '. if sf.'i:lgE':fZ2f' " lit 4 qi' -,'s."Z'y?V - ' , .afifg ' L. ff. :'.'?fjf2-W," 2, g- A ,ff weft. sz'-if l 'I X' lvl lk Q .4597- f- .- : l l 'wx ,n X .N-ml , faq: Ku tiff , f, , . ,. ,grit i n Q mg- ' - , - 01 P' . r I Y4.. 1 , I, a ll . 1 1 .Ty ip L Q Qf ' A PS-MEN. James Reisman, '60-'61 . An outstanding student in the five-year engineering program, he will assume the leadership of WRUC in '60-'61, He also represented Union on the G.E. College Bowl Quiz TV program. wmfi-ww 1 v I "K 1351. fy . ' .f1'+'.12,w '-F V, . ,., S-N .ru L ,'! v... Q. ff--'fr s .r - .Q X. 5 ff ,f1"If1x X g' 4 , 3. gli' ' 1-l'v if. X 'M -Y' I "1 Nfxx' 35. , X . .A ,-X' . I fm. , .v:1' .. Q W, I , 4 u wk 4. 4 ' , .J.o,, W x ' '... V .I lr., x . , J -XX ,, I. V W' .7, A 1.51 - 1 I 4 N w 4 , , ,.. . '1 4 4. 1 Ronald Weinstein, '60. In addition to serving as editor of the Garnet in '59, he gave his time as business manager for the '60 yearbook. He distinguished himself in Science by being elected to Sigma Xi. George Thompson, '60-'6'I. As a member of the five year engineering program, he still found time to be Union's exchange student to St. An- drew's University, Scotland, in '59, and to be a member of the football and lacrosse teams. i AFS I 45 .liv- -MM ,, ,fax I I r W' X . . Y . is I , I ...ff SIGMA XI, scholastic honorary society for science. CLeft to righti Gene Cloutier, '60, John Edinger, '60, Robert Buckley, '60, James Anderson, '60, Richard Kranzman, '60, Bruce Walsh, '60, Robert Whitson, '60, Lewis Buckman, '59-'60, Jorge Leon, '60, Bernard Strauss, '60, Paul O'Neil '59-'60, Lewis Drusin, '60, Robert Blan chard, '60, Steve Albert, '60, Melvin Kor don, '60, and Ronald Weinstein, '60, 5 is Q.. life' JNL' I, 'J' 06' . sf, ff li i .J gl ' we l! B JE 4 'wks PHI BETA KAPPA, scholastic honorary society. Melvin Kordon, '60, Lewis Drusin, '60, Bernard Strauss, '60, Stephen Zimmer- man, Benjamin Falcigno, '60, Peter Steinglass, '60, Joel Tick- nor, '60, Lynn Ratner, '60, Paul O'Neil, '59-'60. if "SEN af' SPRING PROM, sponsored by the Junior Class, was held at the Hotel Von Curler. Bruce Mon- wczring, '63, ond young lady friend donce in rapture to the music of Stan Rubin. It is traditional at SPRING PROM to spend an afternoon in Jackson's Garden-s. I lx 971' 'a- -n 51 , . aff iv" 'Wi -1 '5 M, . - .-4' -' 4' -w " , ... . " as , .3 " Anvil' . if 'V fx- 'P' 'U 1 'Ui' , 1 I '11, ', H,w.1 f Q xii W -. ea ,.,n.,,, W A .,..-.-- , vm A " .,, . ,Qi ,. 1 . ..v .. e , , as - . "'5':5ifw'- wx? p.,-5'2QverQ13qgQ5T"'5fSv'f'f"f'5- . . Q ,,,,' , ' Q. Nt, .v , I ' VV M ' - . 0415- ml' 'P 1 - . 'A' ' :UM .. F' iq ,, '- 'V """ -' ..w,,-f , , ff' 'X L, F ' 3.5 ry-5k . "' 'l 4 pw , ywf:-'W 1" A " 'nr " 4" H JEEWS1- 'Wltl' "W A V i M 'N , - a - f , -ww-M a--ff -mm W ma,,.:,, ' iff7's1':g4 If AV' ' Ii! U , , I ' 'V ' W .wg A A L-, my il, 111' - ' , ggec-x K, ' 1' . 4, ' N54-,L V Wk K , 3 , ,, E, .1,f,,.' :fig L I qn,J.4 Y Ng! K 1 1. K, . , I ,., 7. . , . ff':'4?'ii'T-fff' 'f'W's n ' , LM' I" ' '-If , . . " f., V w,,,,g, L.,,? ni fg!3W1:rg,- f www, VL wmpfi .- W fo , ' If ., Jw: ' , if . n 'W ' f"""""ff -H ,a - mv 1 Aw A 1 ' 'Wu G? I 4.,-x ?'n:'W:' 1 a gnu I I Q D r - 'Q "" Nw :K - - A ,, , " .gkf if , X N 14 isqggy . , ,ww , 'Q , ', ' - Q35 iw'4.7u'l-IH-PL ' -g.,'?f.,,F' ev --.- 3 x ,.k. . L- , . . Q7 N, , ,4,,Wffe.f- if gi -5130! f LQWQB' 1' ,' ,W , '-,l ,au Xa ,H " ., "THEM, F, I ,XA 1 fi' k' f 4" 4 AR - i rqyfflrnfezf-' , . Mffhzsrf ' .1-'1f'i'f:.Y13iEb' - ' ac" wiL'ff.fq g X' Q ,4 .W W ' iTL1rf1?i? X I 5 fa? , .- Pl , ,T 1 .Ml We if W3 k as-X" , rf A and 1,1 29, a ,A -1 ,vo -NE' ,J A .- ,IJ 914 K Q '3- 'g:x3,.4q : in la, ' z eff' lf . I r xx, , ' 'I rf 5 4 Q .'J' IX 'W -1 FINAL EXAMINATIONS in the Field House or Alumni Gym both re- quire concentration since the testing time was reduced to two hours and three exams a doy. V4 -Q., xt M r am 65" Bt' N, .ff 1 I If .aryl ,i , 'n..iffQ , 'J'21'g Q, '-SLN?-,'f '13, . . "f'-Jfipgv ,,:M,, :q ,. 5ty.,,g,3.f'ffr-ajwx f ff,-.20 -'Mg i Y . ' , ,xi-jg' Tom Delaney, '62 Bernie Strauss puffs during the Pipe Oration by Joel Ticknor at the CLASS DAY program. 'Q Keeper of the Jug "Chuck" Marshall delivers the traditional message at CLASS DAY in Jackson's Gardens. '52 .- ag, "H-..., Ky :hw-.M . 1 I ' Q M Y V h -. 'Pg-.er ,4 T' nf, . .,y,y:-,is , ,6.:J. -. . x..,, K.. ,.,m '-' -f:- ,T - -, X. Q .Q-,X V, nw ,tg Q,f4,?gy,.w "Fi.1l:l!-QI X wh ,ul-I p., ..,'5,' f- :M 5:1 John Edinger delivered the Valedictory Address, "The Delicate Balance," at COMMENCEMENT, May 29, 'I960 Honorary Chancellor, Clarence Faust, President of the Fund for the Advancement of Education, Vice- president of the Ford Foundation. Y. N i ws'-' W-'W - 4-.- 1-Ng . A-- Az -M-n R, "' MN, ' mx4,qdxN..uQM ., ""' xx "'+, 553144. 'Y "s, 3 N 'wx . I V xv jf ,,,,..,, 'J' P1 X JOSEPH ANDREANA, JR. ROBERT D. ANSEL B.A. B.S. Gloversville Teaneck, N. J. DELTA UPSII-ON: WRUC: COPTCIIY1, BETA THETA Pl, Soccer, Lacrosse. Volleyball, Orientation Committee. I STEPHEN J. ALBERT, M.E. Brooklyn KAPPA NU, Football, Student Council, ASME, H.P.C. JAMES E. ANDERSON, B.S. West Hartford, Conn. KAPPA ALPHA, Soccer. ROBERT R. BALDWIN, B.S. Elmira PSI UPSILON, Student Councilz, Rathskeller, La- crosse, Pre-Law Society, Concert Ensemble. LANCE M. BARASH, B.A. Canisteo KAPPA NU, Glee Club, Pre-Law Society, Modern Jazz Society, Concordiensis, Business Manager, Pub- lications Board, Golf. DAVID R. ATHERTON WARREN D. BAGATELLE B.A. B.A. Montclair, N.J. Freeport SIGMA CHI, Mountebanks. PHI SIGMA DEI-TA: Football Wfes tling, Lacrosse. 'u F0 5 . ml I Quia vfx 'Thur f R' xxx, ,5x ffl j in it . . - I. -. I-V i t X I . ROBERT W. BARNES BRIAN E- BEDNARZ M.E. ' B.S. Mystic, Conn. Fl'e9P0Vf THETA DELTA CHI: ASME: I.F.C. PSI UPSILON: VICE-presldehf Senior Class: Lacrosse: Rathskeller. it-'ff "'-f?' JOHN D. BERGMAN, M.E. Newtonville, Mass. DELTA PHI: Football: Dance Band: Wrestling: Base- ball: Photography Sociefy. EDWARD BERKOWITZ, B.S. New York DELTA CHI: Philomatheans: Pre-Med Society: Glee Club: WRUC. JAMES C. BENDIG, B.A. Buffalo SIGMA CHI: Student Council: Lacrosse: Cheerleader: Vice-president Junior Class: Arnold Air Society. LAWRENCE I. BENSON, B.S. Kenmore DELTA CHI. ,wx 1 w " X L, A sf' Y' T7 ,, . 4-.a-Ji .X .1 , V .Kx. , .I X W 55.12. , , 1. xx .L Q ' f -5-l'1Y.z,5m , X, TR Rig.. ., V . :VE 1. ,iiyrm , , ,.,- , X Fx ,?, n 4 .Q lV X , L' 3 P Aw 'ill' RICHARD M. BERNSTEIN ANDREW M. BIENKOWSKI B.S. B.S. Fair Lawn, N.J. Schnecfady PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Pre-Med Society. fa? we Ah-Qu tm ...Liu TERENCE BLOGG MICHAEL L. BLOOM B.A. B.S. Hamburg Jamaica PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Soccer: Chess KAPPA NU: WRUC: Garnet: Basket- Club: Photography Society. ball Manager. RONALD A. BLAKE, B.A. Albany Concert Ensemble. ROBERT F. BLANCHARD, M.E. Rotterdam Junction DELTA UPSILON: Basketball: Baseball: ASME. JOHN A. BRANDNER, B.S. Westwood, N.J. DELTA PHI: Glee Club: Freshman Record. DAVID J. BRENNAN, B.A. Oswego SIGMA CHI: Glee Club. ROBERT P. BOECK PHILLIP D. BRADLEY E.E. E.E. Niagara Falls Plattsburg PHI GAMMA DELTA: Football: Chess SIGMA CHI: Glee Club. Club: Mountebanks, W2GSB. IWQS 'O ...gulf 'li X RICHARD E. BRUCE GEORGE E. BRYANT B.A. B.S. Syracuse Claverack ALPHA DELTA PHI. KAPPA ALPHA: Soccer: Rifle Clubi Pre-Med Society. l 4'ae"'N HAROLD E. BUCK, JR., B.A. Rockville Centre PHI SIGMA KAPPAy Rifle Club. GEORGE H. BUCKBEE, B.A. Plainville, Conn. PHI GAMMA DELTAy Mountebanks, Business Man- agerp Modern Jazz Society: Delphic Society: I.F.C.p Orientation Committee. MYRON R. BUCHOLTZ, B.S. Waverly Concordiensisy Pre-Med Society. EDWARD BUCHWALD, B.S. Schenectady Football: Basketball: Lacrosse. ROBERT J. BUCKLEY LEWIS T. BUCKMAN ll E.E. C.E. Coblegkill Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ALPHA DELTA PHlp Swimming: ASCE: Tennisp St. Andrews Exchange Student. , . ROBERT C. BYRNE, JR. DONALD H. CADY B.S. B.S. Hatfield, Mass. CIWPPUQUU DELTA PHI, Arnold Air Society. ALPHA DELTA PHI- JOHN BURK, B.S. Whitney Point PHI SIGMA KAPPA, Chess Club, Concert Ensemble, W2GSBp Pre-Med Society, Alpha Phi Omega. DAVID J. BURNS, B.A. Gloversville DELTA CHI, Football, I.F.C. WALTER H. CASEY, B.A. Staten Island BETA THETA Ply Student Council, Arnold Air So- ciety, Drill Team, Delphic Society, Glee Club, Tax Committee, Chairman, I.F.C., President. EDWIN J. CHAMBERS, JR., B.A. Chappaqua ALPHA DELTA PHI, Mountebanks. DONALD G. CALDER DONALD T. CARLSON E.E. B.S. Hewlett Elnora PHI sreMA KAPPA: Mounfebank.. THETA DELTA CHI: wnucf Drill Team, Commander, Volleybdlli Chemistry Club, Alpha Phi Omega- 2 '32 ---an SHERWOOD W. CHAPMAN GABRIEL G. CILLIE B.A. B.S. Hgmgr ClOSleI', NJ. PHI GAMMA DELTA: Rifle Club. DELTA PHI: Pre-Law Society: Foot- ball. BLAIZE F. COOKE, B.S. Fairview Park, Ohio DELTA CHl: Lacrosse: Cross Country: Rifle Club: I.F.C. STANLEY M. COULTER, M.E. Homer PHI GAMMA DELTA: ASME. EUGENE F. CLOUTIER, M.E. Broadolbin PAUL G. COHEN, B.A. Albany DELTA UPSILON: Delphic Society: Orientation Com- mittee: Arnold Air Society: I.F.C.: WRUC Station Manager: Group Commander AFROTC: Treasurer, Sophomore, Junior, Senior Class. JAMES M. COWIE JOHN R. DADEO M.E. B.S. Schenectady Burnt Hills PSI UPSILON. I JOHN P. cleGROOT STEWART A. DENENBERG B.A. 8. M.E.. B.S. I Oceanporf, N.J. Miami Beach, Fla. Rifle Club: Drill Team: Newman PHI GAMMA DELTA, Rathskeller. Club, President, ASME. FLOYD A. DAVIDSON, M.E. Albany THETA DELTA CHI, Football. JOSEPH C. DAVIDSON, B.S. Schenectady DELTA CHlg Lacrosse: Football. LEWIS M. DRUSIN, B.S. Long Beach KAPPA NU, Concert Ensemble. MICHAEL S. DRYER, B.S. Schenectady BRUCE H. DENMARK WILLIAM F. DREBITKO B.S. C.E. , Brooklyn North Blenheim KAPPA NU, Dance Band, Concert ASCE. Ensemble, WRUCp Pre-Med Society. ,fan LEO R, DUNN JOHN E. EDINGER B.A. C-5- Newburgh Klngslof' CHI PSI: Lacrosse: Delphic Society: President Rifle Club: Concert En- Glee Club: Rathskeller Business semble: ASCE: Orientation Com- Manager: I.F.C., President. mittee. ALEXANDER EVANS Ill, B.A. Irvington PSI UPSILON: Football: Art editor, Garnet: Student Council: Delphic Society: Arnold Air Society: Rath- skeller: Vice President Freshman Class: Newman Club: Lectures and Concerts Committee. J. ANTHONY EVANS, B.A. Utica KAPPA ALPHA. ANTHONY EHRLICH, E.E. Baldwin ELI B. D. ENZER, B.A. New York KAPPA NU: Garnet Editor: Assistant Editor Idol: Concordiensis: Mountebanks: Publications Board. ' 1 KIRK EVANS BENJAMIN FALCIGNC B.S. B.A. Scarsdale Schenectady ALPHA DELTA PHI: WRUC: Soccer: Tennis. xg: india """'!s 15 . RICHARD D. FISCHER SCOTT C. FLANAGAN B.A. B.A. Hartford, Conn. Pittsburgh, Po. PHI GAMMA DELTA, Glee Club. SIGMA PHI, Orientation Commit- CHESTER B. FELDBERG, B.A. Mount Vernon KAPPA NU, Bridge Club, WRUC. JOHN M. FERGUSON, B.A. 8: E.E. Worcester PHI DELTA THETA, Student' Council, President Junior Class, Swimming, Delphic Society, Orienta- tion Committee, Glee Club. THORNE S. FOSTER DENNIS M. FOX B.A. B.S. Orcdell, N.J. Brooklyn PSI UPSILON, Rathskeller. Glee Club, Rifle Club, wnUC lt' tee, Glee Club, Swimming. ARTHUR L. FRIEDMAN, E.E. Bronx PHI SIGMA DELTA, Lacrosse, Wrestling, WRUC. JOHN Z. GARBER, B.A. 8tM.E. Teczneck, N.J. Outing Club, ASME, Photography Society. oth ww JOHN G. GENTILUOMO MARK H. GERSTEN E.E. B-A- Sghengcfqdy Glens Falls -19' KAPPA SIGMA: Campus Chest: Rifle Club: WRUC: Arnold Air Society. mr-'Y PETER E. GIUSTRA, B.S. Brooklyn PHI DELTA THETA: Swimming: Lacrosse DAVID M. GOLDMAN, B.S. Jamaica Soccer: Concordiensis. ARLIN l. GINSBURG, B.A. Troy KAPPA NU: Lacrosse: Garnet: Pre-Law Society: Modern Jazz Society: Lectures and Concerts Committee. RONALD E. GINSBURG, B.S. Albany Concert Ensemble: Pre-Med Society. PEN t y lj iq- 4,15 "'7f':':':.l Q55 , X MW' In , lx Digg, n' ' s .,4 , F DOUGLAS S. HALLGREN PAUL G. HARDWICK B.S. B.A. Ballston Spa Wallkill KAPPA ALPHA: WRUC: Volleyball Christian Association. '72 3' F. I1 ,ff ' 4 ", 1.4 I , fi pm. EDWARD B. HATFIELD WERNER G. HEIDEMANN B.S. E.E. Freedom, N.H. Schenectady ALPHA DELTA PHI: Soccer: Wres- PSI UPSILONf ASEE. tlingp Rathskellerf Student Councilf WRUC. DARREL W. HARP, B.A. New Paltz PHI DELTA THETAp Basketball. THEODORE J. HARRINGTON, B.A. Rock City Falls SIGMA CHI: Rifle Club. ROGER W. HEWETT, B.A. West Hartford, Conn. PSI UPSILONy Glee Club: ldolg Dutch Pipers: Tennis. ROBERT A. HOFFMAN, B.A. Whitehall PHI DELTA THETA. DONALD C. HEIM PETER F. HESS M.E. C.E. Poughkeepsie Buffalo PHI DELTA THETAp Rifle Clubp La- THETA DELTA CHI: ASCEp CroSS crossey Arnold Air Society. Country. IQ 'v--mv THOMAS G. HOFFMAN PHILLIP B. HOUGHTON B.S. B.A. Rotterdam Elmira CHI PSI: Track: Cross Country: ALPHA DELTA PHI: Lacrosse: Concert Orientation Committee: Outing Club. Ensemble. ",k""" I 117 If X VERNON W. ISENHART, B.A. Syracuse KAPPA SIGMA: Football: Lacrosse. NELSON H. JACKSON, B.A. I ,wiv Elmira GERALD A. HUBAL, B.S. Schenectady PHI SIGMA DELTA: Golf. LOUIS B. HUGHES, B.S. Elmira Football. ,...1-fv Q fi!! E RK,-nr PAUL F. JACOBS ' ARTHUR R. .IAFFE M.E. B.S. West Islip Brooklyn! DELTA CHI: Football: Tennis: Track: PHI SIGMA DELTA: Soccer: Bridge ASME: Golf. Club. 'xi' 'Cnqplrnlr Nur' -Qi-lv sf ' ..--'Q 'nib ug "-:iq-R ROBERT C. JUDSON ELMARS JURJEVICS B.S. B.A. EIIenviIIe Wassaic PHILLIP I. JERROW, B.S. North Bergen, NJ. Garnet: Bridge Club. ARTHUR H. JUDELSOHN, B.A. Buffalo PHI SIGMA DELTA: Basketball: Baseball Manager: WRUC: I.F.C.: Pre-Law Society: Political Forum, Vice President. WILLIAM J. KAEHLER KENNETH KELMAN B.A. B.S. Berne TFOY . Track: Bqgkgfbqll, Concordiensis: Garnet: Orientotnon Committee. '1 PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Golf: Basketball: Cross Country: Track: Soccer: Tennis. Pre-med Society: Glee Club: Photog- raphy Society. DAVID J. KENNEDY, M.E. Syracuse PHI DELTA THETA: Football. JOHN H. KENWORTHY, B.A. Schenectady I 'Fl big F Q ix-xl ' "1 ' 1 CALVIN R. KING, JR. MELVIN J. KORDON B.S. B.S Waterloo Newburgh THETA DELTA CHI: Glee Club: Pre-med Society: International Re- Chemistry Club. lations Club: Philomatheans. MARK E. KRUGMAN, B.A. Far Rockaway PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Garnet: Concordiensis: Photog- raphy Society: Orientation Committee: Rifle Club. BRUCE E. LADD, B.A. Peru KAPPA SIGMA: Rifle Club: Campus Chest Colm mittee: Wrestling: Lacrosse: Arnold Air Society. bm M W.. rj Ia- Ii. """'l-'?- -ff .ff sl' RICHARD F. KRANZMANN, E.E. Centereach KAPPA ALPHA: Baseball: I.F.C. JURGEN A. H. KRAUSE, B.A. Kings Park Soccer. WALTER W. LANGE DONALD LARSON C,E, E.E. Dumonf, NJ, Longmeadow, Mass. DELTA PHI: ASCE. BETA THETA PI' MICHAEL N LEEMING Bordenfown NJ Presndenf W2GSB - VT'--v his 'NZ HARRISON P. LINDABURY III MORTON UPTON B,A, C.E. Bernardsville, N.J. Brookfield, Conn- Pre-law Socielyp WRUCf Rifle Club, PHI SIGMA DEI.TAf Drill Teamp Swimming: B a s e b all Managerp Mountebanks: Arnold Air Sociely. M. JOHN LUBETKIN, B.A. New York ALPHA DELTA PHIp Swimming: Concordiensisp Gar- netp Idol. CHARLES LUBITZ, B.A. Brooklyn PHI SIGMA DELTA. BROWNE M. LITTELL, B.A. Plattsburgh SIGMA CHIp Philomalheans, Debate Manager. ROBERT F. LONG, B.S. Latham DELTA UPSILONy Lacrossep Student Council. 4 Ai WILLIAM Mc. C. LYTELL BRIAN M. MCCANN B.A. B.S. Salem Chatham, N.J. CHI PSI. SIGMA CHI: Mounlebanksp WRUC 1- 'M' ...f JONATHAN A. MACKENZIE CHARLES F. MARSHALL II B.A. B.A. Elizabethtown Schenectady PHI SIGMA KAPPA: I.F.C.: Photog- PHI DELTA THETA: Football: Physics raphy Society: WZGSB. Society: Track: Basketball. HARLOW MCMILLAN, B.A. Staten Island PHI DELTA THETA: Baseball Manager: Student Coun- cil: Freshman Record: Delphic Society: President Senior Class: Orientation Committee. TIIT T. MAEKASK, E.E. Floral Park PHI GAMMA DELTA: Soccer. DAVID R. MEAGER, B.A. Schenectady BETA THETA PI: Cross Country. DAVID R. MEIROWITZ, B.A. Spring Valley PHI SIGMA DELTA: Soccer: Concert Ensemble: Ten- nis: Pre-Law Society. CHARLES R. MARTIN NORMAN L. MAUSER B.A. 81 E.E. B.A. Schenectady New Rochelle DELTA CHI: Rifle Club: WRUC. PHI GAMMA DELTA. 'Dx PAUL G. MEYER EDMOND D. MEYERS, JR. B.S. B.A. Brooklyn Baltimore, Md. KAPPA NU, Tennis, Concordiensis DELTA PHI, Lacrosse Chess Club. PHILIP A. MILES, B.5. Tuckahoe PHI GAMMA DELTA. FREDRIC S. MILLER, M.E. Chicago, III. DELTA CHI: Glee Club, ASME, Dutch Pipers. 'W '44, Jw. ,. Lrg v "TQ .25 Nix aff 4 W. - 5 J. ,IE Q I :ai-,ik iii' " .,'.f,.-tv A K. , si inf.. -I .YZF ',' -- 'ui .M '. c N r ,...-'-1+-fi. 2 K-7' '.- X119 Iliff, J 1 H4 l"L.'f?,fzQ1'13x I S-tEf:f1f.23,.2Ww.x+Sfrx. ROBERT G. MEYERS, B.A. Schenectady ROBERT J. MIELKE, B.A. Schenectady I2 f f IRA D. MILLER B.S. Brooklyn KAPPA NU: Glee Club: Modern Jazz Society: Concert Ensemble, WRUCp Photography Society: Rifle Club, Tennis. WALTER M. MILLER E.E. Southampton SIGMA PHI: Arnold Air Society Concordiensis. IR JOHN H. MURRAY, JR. JOHN J. NAGLE, JR. B.A. BA- Schenectady Albany DELTA PHI, Freshman Record. Arnold Air Society. DAVID W. MITCHELL, B.A. Chappaqua DELTA UPSlLONp Football, Baseball. RICHARD F. MORSE, B.S. Yonkers KAPPA SIGMA, Football. RICHARD C. NEWNHAM, B.A. Schenectady ALPHA DELTA PHI: Rathskeller. JOHN H. NICKLES, B.S. Canaan Chemistry Club, WRUC. NASEEB G. NASSOR ROY NEUER B.A. B.A. 81 M.E. Hdcltensdck, N.J. Glenford DELTA UPSILON, Student Council, PHI SIGMA KAPPA, ASME Lacrosse, Football, Captain. 'rf' .1 A T F ,.J ARTHUR D. O'LOUG'HLIN E.E. Binghamton DELTA PHI: Football: Wrestling: Treasurer Freshman Class: President Sophomore Class: Student Council: Freshman Record: Delphic Society: Arnold Air Society: Orientation Com- mittee: I.F.C. PAUL E. O"NEIL, JR. B.A. 81 C.E. Keene, N.H. DELTA UPSILON: Tax Committee: Bridge Club: Mountebanks. DAVID B. PEARCE, B.A. Woodmere PHI SIGMA DELTA: Concordiensis: Basketball Man- ager: Garnet: Pre-Law Society: Freshman Record: Political Forum: IRC. PAUL E. PHELPS, B.A. Poughkeepsie Campus Chest: WZGSB: WRUC: Vice President Alpha Phi Omega. FREDRICK C. OTT, B.A. New Paltz THETA DELTA CHI: Glee Club: Basketball: Volleyball. ANTHONY S. PAGLIARA, B.S. Schenectady Concert Ensemble. ALEXANDER RAKOWSKI, JR. ROBERT RAPANT E.E. C.E. Schenectady Schenectady ASCE. ol LEWIS H. ROHT B.S. Little Neck KAPPA NU: Secretary Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior Class: Concert Ensemble: Track: Basketball Manager: Dance Band: Orientation Committee. -.'4""9' 'IS' ,,..., L,.,.,..w.. ROBERT A. ROSENFELD B.S. Queens Village Mountebanks: Track. LYNN H. RATNER, B.S. New York DELTA CHI: Concordiensis: Pre-Med Society: Garnet: Idol. CHARLES E. RODEN, B.A. New Rochelle PHI SIGMA DELTA: Tennis. LEWIS J. RUGE, M.E. Rhinebeck DELTA UPSILON: Glee Club: ASME. EDWARD C. RUTH, JR., B.A. Homden, Conn. KAPPA SIGMA: President Student Council: Arnold Air Society: President Junior Class: l.F.C.: Swim- ming: Lacrosse: Orientation Committee: Delphic Society. EDWARD H. ROSS TED L. ROTHSTEIN B.A. B.S. Katonah Brooklyn ALPHA DELTA PHI: Track: Tennis: MOUHTGLJGHIKSI Gvlrnefi Pre-Med 50' Football: Pre-Med Society. ciety: Concordiensis. LIONEL SACKS JOHN B. SALZMAN B.A. B-A- Liberty New Haven, Conn. PHI SIGMA DELTA, SIGMA CHI: Swimming: Idol: Orien- tation Committee: WRUC. RICHARD E. SAYERS, B.A. 8. E.E. Schenectady PSI UPSILON: Football: Baseball: Vice President Sophomore Class: l.F.C. THOMAS A. SCHAAD, B.A. 8. E.E. Rhinebeck DELTA UPSILON: Garnet: Baseball: Rifle Club. 'lvl I MM! .,WI1:::' 4 ' S-13 X PETER F. SCHMIDT DAVID L SCHWEIZER BA BA EDWARD F. SAMMLER, E.E. Schenectady BETA THETA PI: Arnold Air Society: Drill Team: Bowling Team. ALAN V. SANFILIPPO, B.A. Dobbs Ferry DELTA UPSILON: Basketball: Glee Club: Mounte- banks: Lacrosse. Southampton DELTA CHI: Tennis: Cross Country: Golf. Schenectady f'1r-' lr- 4-lun., .Q ,. X ERVIN SIMKINS III LOUIS SIMONS M.E. B.A. Scotia Poughkeepsie Track, Football: ASME. SIGMA PHI: I.R.C. ROBERT L. SCOTT, B.A. Amsterdam R. JUDD SHERMAN, B.S. Higgins Bay THETA DELTA CHI: Outing Club. GARY F. STEIN, B.A. Brooklyn KAPPA NU: Glee Club: Philomatheans: l.F.C. PETER J. STEINGLASS, B.A. Jamaica KAPPA NU: Concordiensis, Editor-in-Chief, Sports Editor: Publications Board. HENRY H. G. SPRING, JR. MAXWELL H. STEELE B.S. B.A. .IOI'lI'15IOWl'l Clemgng DELTA CHI: Football: Orientation DELTA UPSILON: Bridge Club: BOS Committee: WRUC. ketball: Rathskeller: Lacrosse. Q Qin? GLENN B. STEWART WILLIAM R. STINE CHARLES E. STUART, B.A. Ridgewood, N.J. PSI UPSILON: Swimming: WRUC. ROBERT J. SUHOCKI, E.E. Schenectady Golf. .W + B.A. Rhinebeck DELTA PHI: Soccer. B.S. Schenectady Pre-Med Society. J -. . S. .st 1' --5 dl 'I W' . y up M ,. In WZ., Ml.: 'ur 'V B If 'I '?'I'v3'4.v:.. "'fY'mt .6. , I N. A 4 "1- G. SCOTT STONE, B.A. 81 C.E. Schenectady KAPPA SIGMA: Rifle Club. BERNARD S. STRAUSS, B.S. Brooklyn KAPPA NU: Philomotheans: Pre-Med Society: Con- cordiensis. 1 I JAMES F. SWEET JOEL A. TEISH B.A. 84 M.E. B.S. Oneonta Brooklyn PHI GAMMA DELTA: Cross Country. KAPPA NU: Cheerleader: Pre-Med Society: Idol: Concordiensis. '9-F' JOEL D. TICKNOR B.A. New York KAPPA NU, Concordiensis, President Delphic Society, President Philomo- theans, President I.R.C., Co-Chairman Political Forum. r--"J", It is -if RONALD W. TOMKINS B.S. Beacon PHI GAMMA DELTA, Volleyball. GRAHAM C. THOMPSON, JR., B.A. Binghamton SIGMA CHI, Mountebanks. DOUGLAS S. THOMPSON, B.A. KAPPA ALPHA, Roliijcellerp Tennis, I.F.C. JOHN B. WAHLIG, B.S. Both DELTA CHI, Concorcliensis. RICHARD R. WALKER, B.A. Plattsburgh SIGMA CHI, H.P.C. DANIEL M. TOREN B.S. New York Concordiensis, P r e - Me cl Society, lacrosse. JOHN B. VANNECK B.S. New Rochelle PSI UPSILON, Tennis, Soccer, l.F.C fauna.- '-vr f 11-4 .L-1+-sv--' K 'vifgiiif' -ii,-f5lft.t -il' 7' ' iw if 521:'v,z'.f,zff-Wi-,'.wy,'-,ww p 1 wwf f' ,Q w,7'2f12jw' :-'1.if'-W-',."1m-'Iii-t .2 ' fu. BRUCE D, WALSH GEORGE E. WARD, JR. E.E. B-A- Albqny Locust Valley DELTA PHI: Golf: Student Council: Rlflli Club: WRUC- Basketball. RONALD S. WEINSTEIN, B.S. Schenectady KAPPA NU: Basketball Manager: Editor, Business Manager Garnet: Tennis Manager: Concordiensis: Publications Board. WAYNE D. WELLS, M.E. Scotia ASME. NORMAN J. WARD, JR., C.E. Fairfield, Conn. DELTA UPSILON: Glee Club: Asce. PETER A. WEHINGER, B.S. Goshen Concert Ensemble: Outing Club. ROBERT B. WHITSON PAUL R. WIESNER E.E. B.A. Phglpg Farmington, Conn. BETA THETA PI: Glee Club. PHI GAMMA DELTA: Voll6Yb0ll Track: Mountebanks. PAUL L. WOLLMAN B.A. Schenectady PHI SIGMA DELTA: Pre-Law Society: Political Forum: Concordiensis, Man- aging Editor: Hillel, Vice President: l.R.C. PAUL E. WINTRICH, B.A. 8. M.E. New Rochelle KAPPA SIGMA: Glee Club: Soccer: Lacrosse: Se retary Junior Class: ASME. WILLIAM F. WISNIEWSKI, B.S. Amsterdam JOSEPH L. ZACCARO STEPHEN M. ZIMMERMAN B.A. B.A. Malverne Yonkers PSI UPSILON: Wrestling: Pre-Law KAPPA NU: Publications Bodfdr Society, Pres.: President Modern. Jazz Editor Idol: Modern Jazz Soci9fYf Society: Philomatheans. Pre-Med Society: Concordiensis. Garnet. No Photograph Available STEPHEN J. CUCHEL JOEL KUPERSMITH EDWARD T. LEWIS, JR. KEITH D. LINDSTROM EDWARD S. RIGGS LOUIS C. SMITH On March 20, 1959 one of our most popular and beloved classmates passed on. Bill Pike's wonderful smile and personality were a daily in- spiration to all about him. We all were thrilled many times by his great athletic achievements in football, wrestling and track. Bill's sense of fair play and hard work made him a fierce competitor for Union College teams. We as a class lost an outstanding member-we as individuals lost a true friend. 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"Famous for Hot Dogs and Hamburgers" FRANK FERRARO Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Produce 1231 Crane Street Daily Delivery to Campus "IF IT CROWS, WE HAVE IT" Phone: Di 6-1763 SCOTIA ART THEATER Selected First Run Foreign Films English, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Japanese Dial Dlckens 6-6611 For Program MOHAWK AVENUE, SCOTIA UNlON'S FAVORITE LOU'S BARBER SHOP 201 PARK PLACE 1 Block Below West College - TWO BARBERS - PRINCETON CUT Short as a Brushcut Our Speciality 51.50 SCOTIA SPEED WASH Modern Coin Operated - Do It Yourself Rear of Scotia Art Theatre Free Parking Will yOU qualify IOI' the Iuture's great careers? 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