University of Bridgeport - Wistarian Yearbook (Bridgeport, CT)

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A i fliidfix 4 7 ' 4-f .., , Vvxv R X I , ..,, . , 6 -W hw H A x f 3 w W , I .u w j ,A + x., l- -3 , .U ' 'A A- , I ,X I I H ,fm 1 ' 9 an-rw x . . 3' ' 5 f A x E . ' mv, ,.... l 4 5- , ' H ,in -A - U .Af--.-. ' - X Jfmax-W--+f 1 -' 'N 3' . - ,V Q 5 111 ' '- . ,' M- K' N 4 i. V 1 A V wus u -.-fy.. Q- -wp- w 1961 WISTARIAN I'NIVERSI'IY OF BRIDCLEPORI Bridgeport, Comieetieut JOHN B, S'IiEIVAR'II . . Editor-In-Chief RO BER'I' ANDERSON .... Executive Editor ELIZABETH SIMMONS . . . Copy Editor FRANK MILLER .... Layout Editor BARBARA CANTALINI . . . ILENE IVISEMAN Business Manager . , . . . 4 . Co-ordiiiating Editor f,51vg:iq4xg5 I 'Rf 'P ERI" , ff 9 5 My, . V .fy Xa 3: X4 Q 0 .. A 4 Af" X ' 0 x 0 I edicafion -'EN as w t-mg i U yy, A, as . , gf,-1 - psy 65,4 X1 xg Q, 2 Q x A tis mx M tmp ,E 6 ws ft, X X , willy wap, - Q ' X -my - 1 N-as-5 it V ,W ws A if ,gc X X ,YS 0 as X X gtqxp ,ox ,s ,X , we , +P 3129 F, N ff- si From the hub of a wheel radiate spokes, from the hub of student activities, Alumni Hall, radiate all facets of University life. Square tables, blaring music, cigarette . . . pairs of feet trodding the brick steps, hands opening doors, fingers flowing to the jazz rhythm . . . a friendly smile. a caustic re- tort, an emphatic rebuttal-the familiar- ities of environment which fade into an euphonious monotone. And as a wheel re- volves and gains momentum, so do the activities at Alumni Hall, revolve, inter- twine and form the buzz of student life, Time is a part of Alumni Hall-the wasted hour before class, the Weekly meet- ings for committees, the hungry crowd at twelve o'clock, the impatient minutes one waits in line for a cup of coffee, and the gaiety of fraternities and sororities during the weeks of rushing. Disregarding time, professors and students exchange opinions, coeds plan party weekends, and foreign stu- dents assimilate American slang expres- sions. Alumni Hall has been necessary to our campus-from the basement Knight Club, to the cafeteria, study,lounge, and meeting rooms, Alumni Hall has offered a refuge from the rain, a meeting place for student leaders, a locale for campus cuties, and a center for relaxation from the school- book routine. The white pillars will no longer be sur- rounded by students, but the activities and sentiments will be perpetuated in another building filled with new equipment and better facilitiesg however, in reverence to the memories each student has, we dedicate this yearbook to Alumni Hall-the heart- beat of the University of Bridgeport. JAMES HERRON HASLEY A.M 1 . W...f" - Preszdent if 2 ,K 1 e 1 I 1 3 x X I 2 I 1 225 Q' 'gif' :QP E K-. U 64? www .A-w.Nf,..,v.,,.,M-W,-,Mf.vv+,vM.-sw, HENRY WILSON LITTLEFIELD, PH.D Vice-President sri' rvly 1 1 1 1 p 'Q' Q 3 'U UI an ii . S t' ""VV05OlllnolouIun1.,',,4,,,: -D W' Q ' ff' gg WILLARD P. BERGGREN Dean of the College of Engineering I 'Q ' Y Qu. ,. .. , it Qi- f 2 . 111- l 1-we sv is pl ff 1 ' Q If" 2 i Yl 3 I f sf Q1-'I X ff, ...,.,. xfsvww -EN M R., Q. W AV11 MARTHA P. JAYNE Dean of the College of Nursing CLARENCE D. L. ROPP Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences --f is 2 EARLE M. BIGSBEE Dean of the junior College of Connecticut 3 5.5 3 1 xx 7 EATON V. VV. READ Dean of the College of Business Administration N'-.., . ---.s V . ARTHUR E. TRIPPENSEE Dean of the College of Education ,.,,-. J ....., -..-...., -. lT- -K - 2'- ,ai-4: .6111 ,- ,,. 3 1 William F, Allen History l f 1 W . l W W ,L K, ,, FACULTY Hans A pel Economics 5 l iz.-E' , , 7" as . , - r yvfjgsrlyw ,. :Q , 11 - N' ' ' " .s:e::-:z-avi' 5 f fi? Sfair W I V, X, , Arif' X lf 'lf 2 'mm 2 Wy' ax, W 5 1 Edward R. Astarita Markezing Nelliana Best' l Nursing ' ffzafpfwqsff' . :S W' ,Nw ff, f 'gfjigwi' '. ,p 4: fx 'Y ffxfi WS? 5 ' 1 f Q f Q - 'go 1 'fmzaqvl X 1. 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Worthington Chemistry Ralph Yakel Economics ww-fu 2,14 4,,ff ' f X if , f 2 W '5 ' ' Q :ZA I Hassan 1'hysics Clair Fulcher Women 's Counselor f-Af2 - ., .,, s qnunk N"X" S Q isi if sl f ' X. Yr- 1 Q mdk .. Q - X xg , gm, ll Herbert E. Glines Director of Athletics Lewis M. Ice Librarian 7 ,W Qs. is .V ,V is - ,0 Yay , 1' ff 'sz gf, 1 ,,. , -:fi 3 45 9 52. 4 ' oi? Q. Q x ,,. ""' ' iff J 41 . , M, 'A 5 I E Mariopgfiolgchkiss s 72, .,,QDi1f6tit0r of . 1 i 1 Hall Clifford L. Green Cafeteria Manager Gordon K. Hubbard Business Manager ,ew 4 , 345' Q0 ,Je A 6 gs sgyggsrfs Y. William B. Kennedy Direcior of Alumni ,Mmm wx 3? A .www if if 47 Exo Q V z - .qfr,:. Nj wg if , i as , . Donald W.rIZ.erri Director of Admissions v Wx W. ,AF ' vga , so f - f , me s Q -x ix .xx xv 9 P 0 2 i M 2 Q Victor Muniec Director of Public Relations nr' Xu x, . Wx it ix -A George Stanley Ass't Director of Student Personnel x Alfred R. Wolff Dean of Student t A ,Q kg ff J W' Personnel 5 2-W fv- ,M..,,.,,,.f . ' Y 3 1 V it ' 2 'gre lj A ,.:+ fer t o -ff:,vf.g..1,--2. ..,,.-, .MA-,Q :.- , ..45, William C, Wright Director of Student Activities s,g,qN n , ., A reef- 1 sis, -1: Y 2 f. 1 .. .2 , 1 Q Z4 Frank Wright Director of Placement f' 1 f mf ff' Q' 22' t U ' :vm .tar f.:,s .ff . Q' L P 4' ...r ffl. lg, 3 I 1 I twink Y E K iff,l'.4.": 5 gfwvvlifi X 1.1.-fin . .Qv'.3' 'Jw 't X. v -C: ' I ' ..-v 11 .7 if' .I Nh.. 4... www 7ffm,'W'f-N P-xf.,mf!fn',1p V' - 'pi 'E "I :L R . ' gqvnmw f . .. ,., S' 8726012 T 1 1 My QS :Arm 'ff' ...LS-QRS "IfVh0 brought the Cll'lll'C11kUy?u PETER B. ALLARD B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 20 HENDIQIE LANE RIVERSIDE, CONN. Industrial Design Society 1, 2, Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 45 Aristeia MVR, .Mat ilffw 1 Z STEPHEN M. ANTINE B.A. IN Psxfcl-IOLOGY 158 BROADWAY FIYAUNTON, MAss. Soccer 33 Psychology Club Hillel 3, 4. A I my -L,-ti 5 V :gg I, f 1:1.:5,. ., if , , ..,. , ,. V. 4 , .? ,': , We me we' ' L. 'lo R.: Sianley Pollack, Jean Richens, Edmund Wolf I C31 GSS O JOAN V. ANTONIELLO LYLE T. ASAOKA A.A. IN MARKETING B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 4123 NIN'l'lI AVENUE 2355 MADISON AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 3, 4g Theta Epsilon l, 23 recording sec- Engineering Society 23 IRE 2, 3 4 retary 2. Radio Club 3, 4. annum.,- wqhww' New MARY ANN BALIJXYIN John Welles. 1961 WILLIAM F. ASHCROFT B.S. IN RIARKETING 205 YVASHINCTON AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Vlarketing Club 4: Society for the Advancement of Management 4. -. 9?f?21'Iff 1- ., .. . i . . I . W1 U l, .,.. , ' 114. If Ki GEORGE BABEY, JR. B.S. IN ACCOUNTING 43 GRFENFIELD AVENUE ,S'II4.fx'I FORD, CONN. Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, secretary 4. AS. IN DENIQIL HTGIENI5 BRIIIGIQ HAMPTON, LONG ISLAND Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2. jEROME BAUER B.S. IN NIECIIANICAL 1iN4.INI2ERING 350 FIAYVLEY AVENUE BRInGI2IfOR'I', CONN. Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY AI. BACHEY B.S. IN NURSING 19 COTTAGE PLACE 'liRUMBULL, CONN. CSSNA 1, 2. 3, 4, SNA 1, 2, 3, 4, recruiting committee 2, Milestone Committee 3. Historian 3, 45 Secre- tary of Nursing Class 3. .. 34 'I '17, ' -ix ea ..,, fl. V V np.. .1 3,221 5? fga-fa. FVP5- 1 ww' WILLIAM j. BADAL IN INnI's'IIIzI.II.. IQNGINI-LEILING 41 SI. ANIIIQIQWS l'I,.xI:IQ YONKERS, NIQW YOIQIQ 'WY Ehud I if C ,Wg JUDYTH C. BASMAJIAN A.S. IN lWEDICAL SECRETARIAL 7837 CERAIANTOWN AVENUE CHFS'l'NU'I' HILL, PA. appella Choir 25 Newman Club .xy 'S-Y . fe ,f A Q? ,, WW' f 3 A Z ifisw Q 5 11425, f 41 j 4. ff Nc 4 1 ag , W A J A , A Ziff 'aff ff 1, af 1 O' W7 ,L . ,M Q-I gf, 4, . i" if , X I kv-.r N - N QR. X A Af si H' R .V Am, I I LEON C. BEELER, JR. B.S. IN ECONOMICS 172 OCEAN STREET ST. LANESBORO, MASS. S.A.M. l, 23 Sigma Phi Alpha Fra- ternity 1, 2, 3, 4: Phi Gamma Mu 4. RICHARD W. BALT B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 186 WALDEMERE AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Ski Club 3, 43 Society for the Ad- vancement Of Management 4 Circle K 4. aw THEODORE M. BELFANTI JOSEPH V. BELINKIE B.S. IN MARKETING B.A. IN HISTORY 9 DEERFIELD PLACE 147 CHARLES STREET BEACON, NEW YORK BRIDGEPORT, CONN Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 S,A,M, 2, Spanish Club 33 Campus Thunder 3 3, 43 Sigma Iota Gamma Fraternity 2, 3, 4. "N0. this is not the State Correctzonal +A 5515 K X2 was , . WK C.. If . V ff' ' , .. yr, Q V UZ! ! R,-W ,ony I' , f W' .L W xx LYNNE BARNEBI A.A. IN DENTAL HYGIENE 69 COOLIDCE AVENUE STAMFORD, CONN. C' VICTORIA J. BEYLOUNI A.A. IN GENERAL BUSINESS 88 ELM STREET Beta Gamma Sorority 2. Ftution despite the iron bars." .YL DENNIS N. BILECA B.S.IN PsYcHoI.oGY 302 LAUREL AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Eastern Orthodox Society l, treas- urer lg Dean's List l, 2, 3: Debating Society 2, 31 Circle K 2. 3, 4, presi- dent 3g Omega Sigma Rho 2, 3, 43 Psychology Society 2, 3, 43 Student Spirit 45 Co-Chairman of Arts Fes- tival lVeek 4. AWWA. ' MIRIAM J. BILECA B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY 302 LAUREL AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Social Activities Committee l, 2, co- chairman 23 Phi Delta Rho 2, 3, I.F.C. Representative 2, 3: Psychol- ogy Society 3, 4 Pi Gamma Mu 3g Alumni Hall Board of Directors Recording Secretary 33 Alumni Hall Board of Governors Vice-president 3, IFC Historian- 35 Co-Chairman of Arts Festival Week 3, 4g Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities 35 SEA 4. IAN F. BLACK B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 12 STERLING DRIVE WEsrI'oRT, CONN. Iota Delta l'i l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, IFC Representative 4, Vice-president 4: Engineering Society 2, 45 Fresh- man Week Committee 4, IRE 4, A I - .. .Li ' . .A '-2 -1,1 5?-all 4 1 -M .-gg' Q ,A I4 iw . I ' ' t if-Ia' - " tiki ' tv- A tx,- , , . a 4 C7 'et . , H ' . ,Q 1 Ri M - . , if Q5 'fi-Q1 ', ,f Y rl N A ' -V ' A A . 'X XR A A 7:41 . X3 I , 2 I ' W' ,. . Ag 'gg A 1, i gf 'A Q ' ' ' Q EDXVARD BIZIIB B.S. IN NIARREIING 31 CONN!-,RS LANE STRA1 IfoRII, CONN. dnlsffd' ,, , Ulilf' gi Publicity Director 43 IFC 4. JERILYNN BLI FL A A. IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES l0 BROAILEY DRIVE WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY Hillel 2. fi it liar JWQ ' ur-,ish l rag., inc- w 33- ,. . zlbrfil ' ' P , :. ,gf -ff . K P - 1-1 iffffi , A 'W 5-fifs sw.. ,W ,aw . ,M 5,4 . was "W'15"' , A A , W. GAIL M. BLOWERS AA. IN DENTAL HX'CIENE 15 XVARREN COURT BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Phi Omicron Upsilon l, 2. JAMES BLUE BA. IN SOCIOLOGY ,SOUTH COMPO ROAD 'fWhy don't you pick on someone your own size?" "Culture in a love- seat." x' . WW ab L n BARRY J. BLUMENTHAL B.S. IN MARIiE'I'ING 22 SENI-QCA ROAD Hillel 1, 2g Freshman Baseball lg Varsity Football 2: Varsity Track 21 Sigma Lambda Chi l, 2, 3: S.A.M. 33 Marketing Club 3, 4. V 'f 'f,y,,q',, t My ,-, ' Y'fQ',, 1 '. ,", . , .V 'WY' ,,fv,.fr-' f :1,.'fL.,f,, , -,1,,-me 4-412.7 , vefffff " 5 4 Wmwaauqu I W ESTPORT, CONN. Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, The Scribe 23 Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Re- cording Secretary 2, Vice-president and President 3: Campus Thunder JOSEPH J. BOBER B.A. IN MATHEMATICS 658 HAI.LETT STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Freshman Class Treasurer lg New- man Club lg Math Club 2: Chess Club 23 Intramural Baseball, Basket- ball, Football 2, 3, 43 Student Spirit 33 PRF 3, 45 Young Republicans 3, 4. DAVID BOGEN ALVIN C. BOGRAD B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING B.S. IN NIARREIIWG 283 MARION STREET 265 DERROM AVLNUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. PATERSON, NEW JERESY Engineering Society 2, 3, 4, I.R.E. Hillel lg Sociology Colloquium 4 4. Marketing Club 4 095936 fear-f ,W 5. . ' 'ft'5..'iQ LALRENCE H. BROS'l'OlfF 13.5. IN MARKETING 13 SIIORE PARK ROAD GREAT NECK, N.Y. Hillel lg Cznnpus '1'lllllltlCI' 23 Sigma elf.. tn. 1- .'- I I -N . I , -s X -41'-""', KENNETH j. BREMNER 13.5. IN BIIQCIIANICAL ENGINEERING 225 YORK STREET STRATFORD, CONN- YVETTE M. BREDBENNER ELIZABETH M. BOHN A.A. IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES 34 CAPTAIN HONEYWELL ROAD ARDSLEY, NEW YORK Student Council 2, Recording Sec- retary 25 Young Republicans 23 Pen and Keys Club 2 Biology Society 2. JULIE A. BONGIORNO A.A. IN FASHION BIERCHANDISINC 857 - 73 STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK WOmen's House Government lg Young Democrats Club 2. Iota Clllllllllll 3, -lg Men's Senate gl Marketing Club -l. I X BA. IN FRENCH 580 PALMETTO ROAD BRIDGEIIORT, CONN. French Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-presi- dent 2, 4, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 3, -1. SUSAN E. BONNEY AA. IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES 145 BUENA VISTA ROAD BRIDGEIIORT, CONN. fix ARTHUR A. BRXNSDORFER BS. IN BIECHANICAL ENGINEERING 27 GRUZENIIERG STREET TEL.-Aviv, ISRAEL Chess Cl11b 33 International Stu dents Organization 4. 1 ,Y , ipaq, -- 1 Mswk ....uKn4wu-- NANCY W. BUCKHOUT B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 5 ROARING BROOK ROAD EASTON, CONN. Student Education Association 2, 3, 4, Deans List 2, 3: Theta Epsilon 2, 3. 4, Plcedgemaster 3: University Christian Association 2: Student Council 3, 4 Young Republicans, Secretary 3, 4: Freshman Week Committee 3: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, PRF 4. We 47 we , .R ,I X XQBR xg, , A N wx' www . . Si..ifQrf3Yl, 'WV f f Y'tf N ' Q, . ., saws' ffe-'NY17f?1ffs?if,iff-NSI, RW , 'f'.5. .. , -. ,, ' A' 2,5-S4 N . 'L ' i' is -' X A f A Ns . N . 3 S ' " my A 5 R :I is s ' ' 1,sE- . . N att 4-. Q 5- .,.,,, .. 3 C 5 V- ,fr , . it .' CJQ xg 355: R ' r, 1" ,af .Q i' .w" 4 X 's 'i - -2. X AX Q XX 1, 'XXX' V 'yr xg - , xx xg X X xx s . X xx .XX 'f .P a 'Q .T . . 3. ,3 'I ' ROBERT BUDD JULIA M. BUNK NATALIE L. BURDON i B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION B.S. IN NURSING B.S. IN MUSIC EDUCATION i 17 CENTER STREET 7 GREY ROCK DRIVE 44 NORTIIWOOD ROAD PATCHOCUE, N.Y. GLENN'ILLE, CONN. NEwINr.TON, CONN, Baseball l, Varsity 2, 3, 43 Kappa College Of Nursing Registered A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Mngigi Beta Rho 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Nurses Association 3, 4g Correspond- Educators Club 2, 3, 4, Band 31 ing Secretary 3, Recording Secre- Orchestra 3, 4. tary 4. l l ROY BRUNO B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 408 PARK AVENUE FAIRVIEW, N.j. Football l, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club l, 2, 3. 4: Omega Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4, Arnold Majors Club 3, 4. President 4. PAUL S. BROSTOFF B.S. IN MARKETING 13 SHORE PARK ROAD GREAT NECK, N.Y. Sigma Iota Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 2, Secretary 3. "From these beams comes the beautiful building?" I 351- 'Tl- ,QM Ii' MERCIE E. BUSWELL COSMO C.-XNIIA 15-XRB.-NRN R. CANUELORA AA. IN SECRITTARI.-KI. STUDIES BS. IN BtfsINEss ADMINISTRATION AA. IN DENTAL HYCIENE 43 CIIAIQITON STREET 891 4TII AVLNIIE 64 OAK RIDGE ROAD STRATFORD, CONN. BROOIILYN, N.Y TIzI'NIIIIII..I., CONN. Pen and Keys Clulu 4. Marketing Club 4. A I Y my ' Q ! . I - N f RZ itfrxai 2252: rf ' 'ff-li' F. ': I, ?r:Qi",:.I ww I , , - .. h .N M . 5q,:..v..,Lv:g ,:5:,-if AN- ii f f I .. 1. - U. 1 . -Aa , -ww f, ,tp -A 1- ' 'fi 2 I ., ww I I-y, U . yy rv K 1 4 'E-Eg I: tI'II.I .IIit.i.1It,II. I. .I . .. I ,, " I ff 3 li.: ful!-A P sf ,Q Q rf -wfgl I I " ,, I Q "I, 0-'rg-X . M ,EQ--' .iff Q-1. I , V ' 1, ij, I f- 'fe W 3 T I V 'WSE ,I V-v.f..?53fN " f"'w "" "I " fl Y W s L' fl ' QW I ' v 1 .MQ -QL I fy, ' IQ nr. '-in .. J . 6 " A II ' Miki' , frfe ie ., Xl f fs, .... 5 BfXRB.XRA M. CI.XN'IIXl,INI 13.8, IN Nl'ltsINt: lti H OI.III woman COIIRI' SI ANIFORD, CONN. XVlSIZll'l2il1, Business Manager 3, 43 College Of Nursing Registered Nurses '.xSSOC'lllIlOl1, AIATCZISUXRCI' 3, Vice l'1'esitleIIt 43 Honieeoining Committee 4. 5.2 U U 9 f ., ,ff . ,I . ' .h If ix 'I ,iff 5 , Nia ,X K , 7 I . , , ix X I X I fi: f i. I . V , Y I if I 1 Yviffw 't , Q f:a3l'3E'9 5' E 'x ,,f1f'lq', , jr. 1 - i- :nq , Am A K4 9' ...fi if - Iw.:s.fb1.:J I .,.,.:w.?' NN. . ' ,. x S Q- 3'-NL 'b-sm: A . , f -,Av N X rfb. 21 -at I , .A I' Ng BONITA L. CARBONE A.A. IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES SPORT HILL ROAD it EAS1 ON, CONN. N 9 gb -fr WI' f I ... . I . . 6,35 Na: ? t , .fm ,A - Q. . , Q .N I., ,Q we P w N Ng., ASQ si ' dm 9 4 NM A X Q if ,., , I , C 'Hz-Ny 4: . Wim , 5, ' xx. , -82 ',-'mrQ1efkm. I,.. H A Qvfy zaififf fy My 4 M I. -1 I f 6 5 , A A A ff KK Wy, A , Z 0 f 'J ff vs -N7 4 1 , 9 1 7 I ? , ff f ' , 'fel I 0. 1- .-M .AL I: 4 -My , !6,,3f f 'fc . ,Ml f ax, A CURTIS CAULKIN ILS. IN ACCOUNTINI: 2959 AIAIN S'l'RP.L'l' 1SRIDr.I4.1'OR11, CONN. Y, W... f Q 'N A A -Q ASN ,A 3, -t ugs, N, Chi Zeta Rho 1, 3, Recording Sec- retary 2. DORIS j. CARROLL IN IQI,EMEN'IARxf EDUCATION 47 INc'LEsIDE PLACE BRIDIEPORT, CONN. Soclal ActIv1t1es Comxrnttee 2' DcTn's List 3' SLA 3 4 NEA 3 4. ID gi B 5 4 4 , 33 ' I A X 5 4 . ..,.,, . , M' Hxllel 11 Campus lhunder 2, 3, 43 ..,. ,Qs , Bk . 6 at ' 1 1 , M , I isi if ,. I I 1 5 Ai ii A ,. :S ' V7 2 ii W .rf-f:..Q4 "Meeting of the minds." ' LINDA L. CHAMBERLAIN AA. IN FASHION MERCIIANDISINC S31 NORTH AIAXWILLL STREET ALLENTOWN, PA. Theta Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 43 Interfra- ternity Council Representative 3, Secretary 4. va' A ARTHUR A. CHARKOWSKY BS. IN ACCOUNTING SOUTIIDUIU' 'fRAININC SCHOOL SOUTIIDURY, CONN. Beta Alpha 4. Men's Se PAUL E. CHASE BA. IN ECONOMICS 36 HARL.AND ROAD NORWICII, CONN. nate 4. ' ?3"2 ' 'A Q We ,f ,Wg Ag, 9 2' X 4 5, Q ' , , A35 'X . . E, ., Q A A f wwM....,..-.,, f A f I, .v JOHN B. COOGAN BA. uw l'o1.1'r1cAL SCIENCE 396 Hifziimxn ,MENUE li1sfxus12x', NJ. Soccer 1, Varsity 2, 3. 4: Men's Sen- ate 1: Basketball 13 Baseball lg New man Club l. 2, 3. 43 Alpha Gamma Phi 2, 3, -1, Vice President 43 Span- ish Club 33 IFC 35 Sociology Colo- quium 4. XVILLIAM H. COLEMAN B.S.1N lN'lliCllANlCAI, IQNGINIZERING G-495 NIAIN -S'l'R1ilLT 'l'1um1sir1.L, CONN. Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- SUSAN P. CHOPSKY 1 RCI S CI A..-X. ix SlfCRl-QTARIAL Siunuis in l32 Rl'1NN1il.LSlRliP2'l' if Xiu Hmm XXINL BRllJf.liPOR'l',CONN. N Imran Co N Newman Club lg Young Democritb uc cnt t iw ics onuni tc l 23 Chi Zeta Rho l. 23 A Cappell lCLlll Spun nmmntcg Choir 21 l'en and Keys 2. xlll lllllt R 1 IU ll ,t , . 9 J F' 1 Www' W, 4 'Q dent 4. 1 .,, , i. V.,,c . ,VAA if .ein mi-Q, JNNN-Ns, jim' QNX RAYMOND CORDAN1 BA. IN ACCOUNTING ALVORD PARK ROAD TORRINCTON, CONN. Newman Club lg Freshman Foot- ball lg Beta Alpha 2, 3, 45 Kappa Beta Rho 2. 3, 43 Campus Thunder 4. 1 My aw - ..4 - . ,- - . Aw .ef f-ex.fg'... -n,, v, 4 : f - ..,. , , 55. 'Mig' ,tm-1, . 1 A: . ., . f..,'ji,j If Rmb. V ,:-i-I-fi? 2 si R9 V , 'V ,.,. 2,3 . 9,44 V 'QQ ffiligua ' K , ,I if A M f if ?'f 'ff . f I ff I fdwi 4 , W I 1 A f f M fi ,f ' if , My f fm E , Y ,wM,,4uv,w,,f 1. 1 2 V R X5 " is ER YQM ' A 1 F -l-' ' f JUN CORAL . -I: '4-fl'w.f.' V1 ' ' .S '.. .1, . .'.f:f', fi M' . 5.5 ,,-.g --' .v "CIif'4 ,. fl,-.K . H 'I 135, . . ,-.v, :'5flj'5:2,:'-gk ::i l ' : ,:. :Qg'ZjE5u ' , v ia , -' - I ' E- A ',,'. "' V. 2 VIVI 'I',1 RAYMOND R. CROWLEY 13.5. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 183 ALDEN STREET FAIRFIELD, CONN. Iota Delta Pi 2, 3, 43 Engineering Society 2, 3, -13 Institute Of Radio Engineers 3, 4, DONNA R. CREATURO A.S. IN DENTAL HYCIENE 10 ROCKLAND ROAD TRUMBULL, CONN. Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2. BARBARA L. COOK BS. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 175 HOLLIS1'ER STREET STRATFORD, CONN. CAROLYN D. CUTLER DONNA M. DACRUZ A.A. IN GENERAL EDUCATION A.A. IN LEGAL ,SECRETARIAL STUDIES 1291 WELLINGTON AVENUE 186 FOURTH STREET VVEST ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY BRIDCEI-ORT, CONN. . , "A lot of ice but everything is warm." 'Awww . f . . . 14 . . 103-ij ..52Qs.f9g..g5 gift, x 5,555 my .. . i' 'Y 33402.-2 C51'f2rf.Zxiffi?g?,-'f-f Q ' . ' 3' f 53 ' 4' r ,AV f ' . sf A 1 E .ss Ai..Ai A - A -is 'Q . X5a.:5gNU . '41 ... .C Q .. A Q A I A 1. 1- WN X .x, A WA: . fx- I if yi- ft W.. A A I Og., 1.-A. . P ix xu gww K' ' 'Q'!:"N 5 sway . h" ROBERTA C. DAIUTO CIULIANO IJZXNIJREA A.A. IN FASHION BIERCHANDISING 15.5. IN MIQCIIANICAL ENtaINmzIuNc B56 .AXIS Success PARK 93 Lor.AN STREI-"l' BRIoc:IcI'oR'I', CONN. BRlDC,lil'0RT, CONN. Campus Thunder 1, 2: Freshman Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary Show 1. 2. 33 Engineering Society 2. 3 Ag Soo Cer Team 3, 4g Newman Club 4: Freshman lVeek 4. "Left over from how many weeks ago!" "Hey fella, what do you think that is, a violin?" FLORENCE A. DIXNFORTH ROBERT A. DARlTl,.A 13.8. IN PIIx'sIf:AI. ICIIIMLAIION 71 VllzW SIRIQIQI' BYRAN, CONN. Freshman Football l: Freshman Baseball l: Arnold Majors l. 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 43 Alpha Gamma PlIi 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4. B.S. IN Nlilastxrg 20 BRADIILY AVIQNIIIQ BRANFORIJ, CONN. College of Nursing, Registered Nurse Association 3, 4. CAROLYN R. DAVIS B.A. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 97 CENTERWOOD ROAD 4:-X NEWINOTON, CONN. A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 Spanish r, Club 25 National Education Associa- tion 3, -1. ,Anna MARIHA M D14 VN A.A. IN hll'.DlCAL SECRETARIAL SI UDIES 21 NIAYNARD COURT 'UN Rlurpriwooo, NEW jakstax' Wistarian Staff 1 2. ff'- E ...X As film, I-'W NORMA V. DEBARTOLOMEO B.S. IN EI,IwII4iN1'AIuI EULTCAYION 44 ROCJ5liX'El.T AVIQNIIE STA xIIfORn. CONN. Political Relations Forum 3, 43 Na- tional Lltlucation Association 4. ALBERTA M. DIQFEO A.S. IN DIQNTAI. HICIIZNE 60 Rvsso TIQRRACE BIzIuc,If.I'ORI', CONN. junior Dental Hygienists Associa- tion l, 2: PlIi Omicron llpsilon l 2: Secretary Of Sophomore Class. ROBliR'I' F. DEL NIZGRO FRANK 5, DEAIASI B.S. IY ENGINEERING B.S. IN AIECHANICAL ENGINEERING 50 DFPOF STREET 24 GEM AVENUE liasl lJOl'CI,AS, MASS. BRIDIQEIYQRTJ CQNN. ngincering Society 3, 4. Freshman Week Committee 2: Iota Delta Pi 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Engi- neering Society 4. "Hey Playboy, what noun your wife!" DIANE C. DEMPKOWSKI B.S. IN BUSINESS EDUCATION 195 SI'RA'I'FI1aLu PLACE BIuur.EvOR'r, CONN. Mag? . are you looking for ROBERT N. DEVEAU B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 96 BALSAM AVENUE BRIIJCIQI-OR'r, CONN. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4: Arnold Majors Club l, 43 Football 1, 4, Track 2: Alpha Gamma Phi 2, 3. 4, President 43 Tennis 4. 1 4 , :Z 2 . . 'Noun IL' ll 0 H'IJllQlIf llielr MARC..XRlaI P. DONAN mrtzllile INN?" 15.8. IN liI.If.xII1N'IO,xIzx' limit.-xIION 8.19 BIIONSON Rom FAIIzIfII2I.D. CONN. ' Student Education Association 4. f P' f .. I 5 "AIrigl1t non-, sit up stmiglzt and say WHIS- Klflilflif' AN'l'OINE'I"I'E NI. DINLXRTINO RICHARD A. DINIURO BS. IN EI.Ifx1I3N'I'ARi' EDUCATION 263 SAILNI STREET BRInr,I:I-OR'I', CON N. 'Zia -sw-M-Y BS. IN INImIvsI'RIAL RliI,A'l'IONS 23 CENTER 'l'I2RRActIz GLENBROOK, CONN. Freshman Baseball 1: Freshman Basketball 13 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2. 3, 4. Q' '-'wx' GRACE M. DON.-XHUIi B.S. IN NIIRSINO l-107 RMI' MAIN SI-RIQI-:'I' l'SRIIir.IaI'OR'I'. CONN. College of Nursing Registered Nurse Association 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. ROBERT L. DIORIO AA. IN GRAIIIIIC DESION 32 D1iFRFlIil,D S'I'I4EIQ'I' l'IfIIsFIEI.D, Mfxss. he CA RO LYN D1 ST 1'QFA N O .fX..'X. IN ENIfc:I"rIx'E SIAQCREIIAIQIAI S'rI'ImIIfs Box 83, l'OIII' j1fIfFIQIzsON, LONG IsI.,xNIm, Nicw YORK Mm iii 'isytw A . y X we 'NWN N' W ,axflsx X339 MN, Q, X . 5 , 5 Q x wmf' 5 - 'Q.a.,. aw' . WK, .- lip .. 3,-eff - '1. X .gs 9 . QS , 5 I gi .,1 ,Iv ., f JOYCIE N. DIIRKIN STEPHEN M. EISENBERG STANLEY H. ENGLE AS. IX DLNTAI- HYGILNIL BS. IN MEGIIANICAL ENGINEERING B.A. IN NIARKETINC 15 CII DI5RsI.IiIax'L AVDN U12 CO1 I INsx'II,I,Ia, CONN. PIII Omicron lfpsilon 1, 2. WT f .Mx fi f A-f 47 LAIQLSIIORIQ DRIVE RoekAwAx', Nizw JERSEY Hillel l, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Omicron .Sigma l, 2. 3, 43 Intramurals Sports lg Freshman Track TeaIn lg Ski Club I, 2. 3, -lg Engineering Society 2, 3. 4: Men's Senate 23 Social AC- tivities Committee 3: Student Spirit Committee 4. DOROTHY N. DREVANIK A.A. IN GENERAL EDUCATION 27 I-'IIANIQLIN AVENUE STRATFORD, CONN. BRUCE M. DOYLE B.S. IN INDus'I'IzIAI, DESIGN COWNIQCIQ ROAD SANDS PGINT, LONG ISLAND NEW YORK lnclustrial Design Society 2, 33 Up- silon Beta Sigma 2, 33 Sports Car Club 2, 3. 25 I-IAw'I'IIORNE STRIQET WIIIIAE PLAINS, NEW YORK Iota Delta Pi 2. 3, 4, Marketing Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Varsity Baseball 3. 4: Golf Team 3, 4. ,- ,L DAVID R. EKSTROM B.S. IN INDI1s'I'RIAL REI.ATIONS 379 ALGONQUIN ROAD BRIDGIQPORT, CONN. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 S.A.M. lg Theta Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4, Ski Club l, 2, 3: ,Sailing Club 13 Alumni Hall Board of Directors 2, 3: Varsity Football 2. 33 Freshman W'eek Com- mittee 2, 3, 43 Alumni Hall Board of Governors 3. I ,I ,lfw Wg, "All boys must heed to the twelve inch 'rule.', ya 4,!"Ds ywa ..-.,-.A 'Q'T""a'-r in P" W . Y jACQUES S. FARRELL MARIANNE L. FASULO GEORC-LZ M, FEDOR DONALD F1i1iL1iX 13.5. IN MAI'HmIAI'Ics AS. IN Munir AI, SIfc.RIII'ARIAL ,STUDIES 13.8. IN Aceoumixr. 13.8. IN I'11XSiC'A1 1iDi'cxI 3149 BEDFORD AYIQNUE 25 CIIURCHILI. SIRFIJI' 307 CO'I"1'AI.1j S'1R1ili'1' -127 OIQCIIMQII Sigma Lambda Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary Bmcox, Nnw You BRIN-l"1'O1i'1', Cloxx. CRAWIMRIJ, Nlfw HIFRSI I 3, 45 U, B, Knights 4, Newman Clulyg. Society for the Advancement of Varsitv Basketball 2. 31 VIIISIKS Management 3, 4, Beta Alpha Ac- 2: Omega Sigma Rho 2. 3, 1 Dci counting Fraternity 3, -1. List 2. 3. 4: Arnold Nlaiois Clu "Hey, getclza cold beer." PAUL R. FEELIEY B.S. IN PI-IYSICAI. EDUCATION 12 ALGONQUIN ROAD CANTOX, MASS. Varsity Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, -13 Alpha Gamma Phi 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3: Arnold Majors Club 3, 41 Newman Club 3, 4. ESTHER NI. FERTNIAN A.S. IN EXECUIIVE SDCRETARIAL STUDIES 109 WFSI'FIm.D Avnx U15 BIl11N.I?1'ORT, Comx. Hillel 1. H Freshman Head llasketball Colch 1 1514... 'GN "- A .m Q 1 ...M -In 'fb' 'Tir' Www! N 3. y . 1- Wi -.-.fqsw 1 .4 H, 319.53 . . I V .: I s J '36 g A ,i sf.. .,N,vtf:' '-ff - it PHYLLIS IX. FFSIA 'ig' ,w "Wg -I 3 nm N :r Q it M1 O' .Q :iff WW 1 xv R sl ww R. Q X lr X x R R Nagy . W Bak Q tx at R 'RM Nw is X , N4 Ev N VQ- Xvv- , .. - .. . . Ri K mm QW BARBARA M. FISHBEIN IN ENCLISH 53 ONlfCO AVILNUE Niiw LONDON, CONN. XVOIIICIFS House Government 13 Beta Gannna 2. 4. Corresponding Secretary 4. X ,, . 2 AA. IN lXlIiIIImI. SI:f:RnI'.xRIAL SIUDIES 108 FIIRNIAN ROAD HANIDEN, CONN. ClIi Zeta Rho l, 23 Young Demo. crats 1, 23 Political Relations For- uIII 2. MARGARET A. FIGLAR B.A. IN HISTORY 140 EI.I.SWOR'l'H STREET BRIDGEPOR1, CONN. A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 43 German Club 1, 23 Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Deluater 2, 3g Historical So- ciety 43 Pi Gamma Mu 43 Aristeia 4, Vice President 4. 'x . ,, UI f1'I'z'fIIllf'd I runs cillffll IH . . JEFFREY S. FISK EDWARD J. FITZ B.S. IN RTECHANICAL ENCINEIQRINC B,S, IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 35 BONNIE BRIAR LANE 1009 CHURCH HILL ROAD LARCIIMONT. New YORK BRIIICLI-ORT, CONN. Engineering Society 4. .. . , :'Qtg'e?' 3' " -. . . . . x g? 9 X gon, ' Q " " "F 1 312 .. 1 - A 4-52.5953 4 3 ft . .pa " . 4..:- 9 29 M S! f -5-.9 . R wg X, R -we -- . 9 pei azig.. , A Q f -Q51 . 43 af . ,vows , 0N.., 9 5 56.5-"z: Q9 9 -Isl.. . . f L 4 2 1 " .WV 'N' - 1 m N 'biz ' 45? Zu . bf X -1' 1 ws-.V . f . fs ' I--5 .1 . .nw I-te-Q-H90 :Fw .ZS Q 'O I I ' . f ,AN-:.Q,v.g 4 ff. 1 -, AYf7..L.2y Xzfeghi. 5,5 ,Mr .F zpfi 11 22 ,XY-2,14 fs'f'Xf ' .I 2 V941 eww Y ' 2 We JOAN F. FLYNN B.S. IN CIIENIISTRY ll I HAWTHORNE STREET BRIIICIfI'ORI', CONN. Campus Thunder 13 Theta Epsilon 1. 2, 3. 4. Vice President 3, Pledge Master 43 Freshman NVeek Com- mittee 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 43 French Club 23 Student Council 4, Corresponding Secretary 43 Who's X'VhO in American Colleges 4. ., 'g..f5'l -Qfxvf ' gp- 1 p 1 ' fv uv 3 fir. 023 .ay . ,L13I.f f W U ,4 .1 ,wif . .gi wfitgg 1965 li 1 1 - M' P a ' :mv 2 niffii A . . 3. x i- wif 115 t I 'J EM ?,r,Q,.t ui my, I .p,5,-,,v F-gl hzygzw 4 -.:.-ew ,I .5 IA. ' ' 'Z' IP' F5-' ' I Rf-.537 IIl."""". 1 , 0 .- 1 "IVr0ng way on a one way street." MARY LOU FLANIGAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 17 LUKE STREET XVATERBURY, CONN. ewman Club l, 2, 3, 4, WOmen's ouse Government lg S.E.A. 1, 2, , 45 N.E.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Gamma , 2, 3, 4, Pledgemaster 3, Vice 'resident 43 Student Spirit Commit- ee 1, 23 Freshman Week Committee , 3, 4g Dean's List 2, 33 Campus hunder 3, 4. ,vw 752 RICHARD L. FOLLMAN B.S. IN PIIYsICAI. EDUCATION 764 BRADY AVENUE NEW YORK, NEW YORK Freshman Baseball lg Varsity Base- ball 2. 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, Manager 43 Arnold Majors Club 2, 3, 45 Alpha Gamma Phi 2, 3, 4. L.XN.X 1-'REEIJMAN A.S. IN DI-.N'I'AI. PIYCIIENE 680 LONCvIEW ROAD SOUTH ORANGE, NEW JERSEY Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2: Social Activities Committee l. JEAN G. FRANCHINO B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 853 FIRST AVENUE RARITAN, NEW JERSEY Newman Club 1, 23 Chi Zeta Rho 1, 2, 3, 43 VVomen's House Govern- ment 2g Sociology Colloquium 3. FRANK E. FORNI B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE I5 LAMBERTON STREET NEW HAvEN, CONN. Omega Sigma Rho 1, 2. 3, 4, Social Activities Chairman 2, Presi- dent 3, 4g Spanish Club 1, 2, Secre- tary l, Treasurer 2, Sociology Col- loquium 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 43 New Man Club 23 I.F.C. 35 Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 3, 43 Dean's List 3. 4. guna.,--fl A ff l 2 Vary? W Jin. if Ly, Nagy.. BARBARA L. FOSTIQR A.S. IN DENTAI. HX'fLll4'Nl' 305 NORTII STRIQI-'I' WII.I.INIANTIC. CONN. lVomen's House Goieriuucut l Phi Omicron Upsilon l. 2, Prcsi dent 2. -V A - ......,, -.'f ,,'. S' qn vpl ' ,"I Z. . - I ' -: .lieflli if , , W 'A X, ,O NT- . I I . meer j ,,.VSStVa?0f,v QS-fx fs ' 4 ' Iv , Lf I '- .Yi ' I-A ' I . X. - IQ J . X Sv Q 5- LQ .V A VV... if I X Aa . CAROL j. CIRVAN AS. lN DlfYl'Al.I'1YfLlIiNE 229 Hu-I,'I'oI' DRIIIE TRUNIBULL, CONN. Phi Omicron l'psilon l. 2: Ameri- can Dental Hygienist Association l, 2. . W "fu-N" .- vb' f 49 4 X AVW M ., . ...,, V. , .,.,. , ay . A ,V 4,1-. 'Q I fam 3 , 'Q f 'Q ',,,,.4u-HM .qw 2 f 4g-M ,Q www N., ax . X. X We Filg b N N ,I Q-tug 1 ' N N " .. I. :N X mia , .Q O , , V.:,... . X .X Xi... . I S x f A X :NXKN e f- 5 XX iii- Q, JW' ' ,-.NES ,A " T I 'K X, t, .. .,,, X B xx' .Z " . ,- 4' . ,. K .,, A Sify NX 'Ng . X . , ETHEL T. GLEDHILL BS. IN Nuizsma 60 BIIQRCER STREIQT .S'II4A'IrOIzD, CONN. College of Nursing Registered Nurse Association 4. Historian 4. 'ICHOMAS GARGIULO BA. IN .XRT EDUCATION l31 HUNTINGTON ROAD BRIDGIQIIORT, CONN. Sigma Phi Alpha 1, 2. 3, 4. Secre- tary 4: Student Education Associa- tion 4. ROBERT J. FURMAN 15.5. IN MIQQIIANICAI. ENGINEERING 8 ISLIQANOR S'I'IariItT WII.IXIfs-BARRE, PA. Engineering Society 2, 3, 4g Omega Sigma Rho 3, 4: Circle K 3, 4: Freshman Week Committee 3, 45 I.R.E. -1. EUGENE P. OLENNON B.S. IN l'IIIsIc:,xI. liIIucA'I'IoN 75 LAKEVIEW AIIENUE I..ll'lI.E FIQRRT, New VIILRSEY Freshniun Foothall 1: Student Coun- cil lg Football 23 Newman Club 2 3, 4: Omega Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4 Secretary 31 Men's Senate 43 Bas kethall Manager 4. . V Yvwswzvat -If ixxk if -yfws-2 ' ':,,E5g vfgwfj, :X V .V VVVV ,V . , ..,5., V, , " 2' 25 .1 K f RX X 1 X w A X 7 ,N A Xi X ifixqx X X X X ,Q 'af N WS, K ,X Q9 X2 5 ' ' X N me ' SN , -K X t f 4 ,, X, X xg xx Eg 1 big t X XX xg '22 3 V X 2 Nw Q if N Aw X, X. N X.. N .X .. '- A Q., ' 'X-X :U ii 'T -43-wifi ' , A 'X 2 '4 N6 Q 1 S X V X .zpymg Y V VV K, . . , 'Tis we-. - :Z fi 2 S 4' Mei., NATALIE CLOWATSKY AA. IN LIQOAL STENOORADIIIC STUDIES 31 PINI2 STREET STRATFORD, CONN. Cheerleading l. 2: Chi Zeta Rho' l, 2: Student Spirit Committee 2: I.F.C. representative 2. "Brick in'06 when I was a student . . " lg NANCY GOFF AA. IN GRAPHIC DESIGN CARDINAI. ROAD GREENICI-I, CONN. Ski Club l. '4- JOEL H. GOLDBERG B.S. IN PIIYSICAI, EDUCATION 80 AVENUE P BIIOOIQLNN, NEW YORK Varsity Soccer 2, 3. 4g Varsity Track 2. 3, 4: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2, 3, 4. fqhh wwgmmt I xx FLORENCE COLINO B.S. IX EDUCATION 85 WESIMOIIE S'IIzEE'r BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Young Democrats 3: Young Repub- licans 43 Student Education Associa tion 4. CHARLES j. GRADY BA. IN POLIIICAI. SCIENCE 57 HODCE AVENUE ANSONIA, CONN. FLETCHER GRAHAM III B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION 63 YVOODLRI-15'l' AVENUE S'rRArEORD, CONN. P Paw fpbx ,Q . 1 THOMAS I". CORMAN, jR. BS. IN .XCCOIFXIEINC 31 1'-AIR1fllil.D AI LNLYIZ DANIsUIu', CONN. Dean's List l, 2. 3: Beta Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. 4: Omega Sigma Rho 3, il. Recortling Secre- tary 4, Student Council -I. wf , .ff E .0 .fy J ..- .,, ,.. f f, ,Q ,Vw-4.1" '3- ig kv 'ik' Qin: N 'iifif , , A J ,,. Yrs A sf Q :lil ?. A ' Y I If 5 Q. , I .gi U Q, t 'ffm gi I . " vm, ,A 1 2352 'c, Q Q fi it I ' . 59 1, . I I. ': ab- rl " Q ,E 4 A Y W... . JAMES J. GRAHAM BS. IN l'msrmL Enucmlox 44 Osisoaxrg S'l'RIiE'l' SiRA'rr-'oRD. CoNN. , Www' Y ROBER I' J. GRAHAM J " PLS. IN .Xcc:ouN'1rNcp l 1250 l'lAlRFlLl.lJ AX'l"Xl'li J ,. ...M-4 Brunr.r1-ora r, Coxw. l 4 Iota Delta Pi 1. 2. 3, 4: Society ., fm, for the .Xtlvancement of Manage- , ' ,Max ment 3, 4: Beta .Xlpha Accounting Fraternity 4. l l l 1-.RIC L. CRIQENHUIJ HS. rx BlOl,Ut.X 323 I'll'AlllC.Ull'. Row Sr -uzsnur, Nlpw Yolui ology Club l. 2, 3, 43 Men's Senate I Q, 3. Secretary 2, 33 Student Counl cll fl: llfC 3. 4: Signia Iota Gamma 5 ll lennts learn 3, 4. GERALD S. GREENSTEIN BS. IN MARrc1i'r1Nt. 226 BRADLIQY STREET BRlDf.l2l'OR'Il, CONN. Campus Thuncler l. 2. 3, 43 Spring Play l, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Show 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 43 Freshman Committee 2. 3, 43 Knights of 'lihuncler 2, 3, 4: Sigma OH1iCTOH Sigma 3, 4. RALPH J. GRIMALDI, JR. BS. IN Arun EDUCATION 159 WEST Gr:N'rr2R ,Srorzrirzr SOU'l'lIINtL'lUN, CONN. A Cappella Choir 31 Alpha Gamma Phi 3, 43 Newman Club 35 S.E.A. 3: Art Education Association 33 Po- litical Relations Forum 43 Campus Thunder 41 General Discipline and Ethics Committee 43 Commence- ment Committee 4g Student Spirit Committee 4. EDWIN C. GRISWOLD, JR. BS. IN Music EDUCATION R.F.D. 51761 Sour:-1 SALEM, New YORK Band l, 2, 3, 43 Music Associatiort l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Presiclen 43 Alpha Delta Omega 2, 3, 4 Social Chairman 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 4 ,nv X 'YV4W4wa4u.aa49v J 2 We W! ff W, 7 Agana t t l v ,el Y' new pw ,. X . 'iilfwif Qt! HELP!! ELEANOR C. GUERRERA BS. IN NURSING 180 CITIZENS AVENUE YVATERBURY, CONN. College of Yursin Re istered Nurse A 3 S Association 3, 45 Student Council 43 Homecoming Committee 4. fgiff f , 255 A 5 3, 3 I DAVID L. HAAS 13.5. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 174 OAK STREET SOMERVILLE, NEW JERSEY Upsilon Beta Sigma 3, 4. f-'z' if ' .. Q 'W LOUIS N. HABER B.A. IN DIARKIQTING 185 SHERIDAN AVENUE Social Activities Committee 1, 2, 3: Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Campus Thunder t'TlIllI1ClC1'CIlC 1. 2, 3, 4: Men's Senate 2: Student Spirit Committee 23 Knights of Thunder 31 Scribe 4, Advertising Manager 4. .., VNC' . '- . 1' 'Wi 1 N -M's,,' pt IW? A SHIRLEY A. HAD X A.A. IN GENERAL EDLCATION 111 CA'I'll12RlNIiSIRI'E I' BRIIJGEI-oRT, Coxx Spanish Club l. s., xg -5000:-1 I Q is -. f 151, ... f 45229 LW-1 idle? , xg -Q W .- eff - '11 gigsxj fm, " -vs N' ' 5 Q4 New t ' Raimi ff Q-' 1' f -. YA' A 1 '- Q : jOEL P. HAND BS. IN iN1ARli1'.l'1NG 47 l'AI-Xll-R AVENUE MT. VERNON. NEW YORK Pi Omega Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, Social Activities Chairman 41 Wistarian 3: Marketing Club 4. ,. -Y :- Q ,I i"', 5:-. . ,HN gy it Q -but Nm 5- Asbvvgq.: RQ. 1, -"- N A t, X Q , X Ig E , W ,. asv, SI . REQ - ,L ., ., ,, WN.. Q ,D sz 5 ..se.tm. .M zs:f,i,s,, 4' GEORGE W. HARDIMAN B.S. IN ART EDUCATION 81 TELLER ROAD rllRUMBULL, CONN. BARBARA J. HAMPSON B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION RFD 9965 AMSTERDAlXI, NEW YORK Honor Council 3, 4, Chairman 35 Political Relations Forum 4. 1 'I-I EO C. HALEY 0 gpfmig CAROL A. HARELICK B.S. IN ART EDUCATION 311 TERHUNE AVENUE PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY Majorette 1, 2: Women's House Government 1, 2. 33 Alumni Hall Board of Directors 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Hillel 13 Chi Zeta Rho 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Record- ing Secretary 3, President 4, IFC 2, 3: Alumni Hall Board of Gover- nors 3, 4: NEA 43 CEA 4: SEA 43 NANCY E. HARVEY B.S. IN 11lLEMEN'IlARY EDUCATION , 87 BASSICK AVENUE I BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 2, f Secretary 35 Psychology Society 2 Theta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Secretary E' Student Christian Association 2, Ei Vice President 2, President 33 Fresl, man Week Committee 35 Aristeil 4 1 Eastern Arts Association 45 National Art Education Association 4. 1 1 "One of Santas little elves." 1 E I 1 I "Which girl is going to change our flat tire?" .gf-:wi N Max, A A A - ' 5 ,,,,,,, X as P A.A. IN FASHION MERCIIANDING 12 PRosI'ECT STREET SAUGERTIES, NEW YORK Women's House Government 2 Service DIVISION 2 MQ Mtv' ab-M' EUGENE H-XLER JXNEI C HEINRICH WARREN HELSIEIN BURTON R HOAGE JR B 5 IX ELENIENIARI EDUCAIION A A IIN LPI AL SICRITARIAI B.S. IN AIIVERIISINO B 5 IN NILcrIANIcAL INtINLIRINc 130 QALL PLACE STUDIFS 3508 KING'S COLLEGE PLACE Ab POND SIRIEI BRONX Nrw XORK 82 SI RINC VALLEX SIRIEI NEW YORK, NEW YORK BRIIX Ll oRI CONN ,tudem Eduqgmon ASSOCMUOU 4 BEACON NEW YORR Kappa Beta Rho 1, 2, 3, 4. ngmeering bouetx l ladio Club 4 Newman Club 9 Fhetl Lpsilon 2 Xicc lreS1dcut 4 ELAINE K. HOCHMAN B.S. IN SECONDARY EDIICATION 312-19TH AVENUE l'A'I'ERSON, NEW JERSEY Student Council 3, Recording Sec retary 3g WOmen'S House Govern ment 3g Biology Club 4. ROBERT W. HODGKINSON B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 41 COLONIAL BOULEVARD WEST HAVEN, CONN. Industrial Design Society 3, 4. 40" fm. 5.2.4 , awp. 4... A. me -- ' aa 'mm Q A .,,,M,,, 'L A mggm. 344594 7' 4 my -:ft , I '5 4 U, 'f .I 'r 'f i QA ,Q ? , , xiii?-I ' Q 'WX 'fa ' 5- I 'A A N ts .t X I.. - gr 4-0' 'rd S.-XRA L. HOWARD B.S. IN ELEINIENTARY EDUCATION 131 CURTIS TERRACE BR1IxCEvORT, CONN. Hillel lg Campus Thunder l, 2, 3: Freshman Xlleek Committee 1, 23 Sport Car Club 1, 23 SEA l, 2, 3, 4g French Club lj Dean's List 2, 3: Ski Club 3, 4. XNALTER G. HOWARD B.S. IN ACCOUNTING 63 LEWIS STREET BRIIJCEPORT, CONN. rm r :wiki asv: X A 'Nl .Qx V. I :fx ' 4? N1 I 3 5 . 1 'P , I Q 1 'Wim ' 'w'3.s zg,'alf2'f4m ,,.', .gg ,gt 'big . 2 . K. 4? a,kfSt lf- fs fi! I .. ,,,.,ss Q fwhmww 'vi if 'Hai-Z -QSM' fi. A515 0551211 Qigr s-F99 5 Wie 74 sf'-kgfffvfyasw ' nl" 'f Awami? fi fl imywifgkjw t A , f: Z4 1' Q ,Q .sf-42 W Q f t mm,,,.,' f,. - H aw, 12, " HNF fm W A . ,, E f"'f'5f,, 'agua Qu ' . , ft 1' l 5,11 as 1 ,as . v5,cg,l5: 'U , zaaaav SV f .WMI A A ,f 1... I , fl' as 'W Nigga . lf.: I4 vigil ,. I 'sg x X V A 6 SQ 1, f 3 I 5 , . gif! A ,-I n fig 4 , Q 1 'Vi si' ZW Si I as 31 Q . z 1 I? 12321 al' u 44821 IM 1 Q : 1 Sa M 9' Q s K S aa nf' f 5-Q v gl: 74 4 ,go 12 awww ,lf ,sf is ,A .411 2? Q , 4' nf Xa 'W ww c' U 6 1 ,V 4 f N 2 I . .. gg .. f M " ff MM . P ,-W1 THOMAS C. HUNTER, JR. BS. IN liI,IiC'l'RlCAL ENCINEERING 494 XVHITNEY AVENUE NEW HAVEN, CONN. IRE 3, 4, President llg Ski Club ml 1 If I ff I ,,,,. U 26 ya? 1 f y 5 2 f A WM f 'ww V, 1 fad ff, , I fea Beta Alpha Accounting Fraternity 33 Society for the Advancement of Management JOHN J. HUTCHINSON B.S. IN l'IIrsICAL EDUCATION 2 FIELDINC STREET CONCORD, MAss. Freshman Baseball lg Freshman Football 15 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Alpha Gamma Phi 2 3 4 1 I - "How come so many sandwich men for the girl's dorm?" DOROTHY S. HYDE ROBERT A. JACKMAN A.A. IN CENERAI. EDUCATION B.S. IN MARIIETINC SALES BIANLICY HEICQI-i'l'S 312 MAIN S'l'RIiE'l' 0RfKNCQFI, CONN. YVIIITE PLAINS, NEW YORK Hillel 1: Campus Thunder 2: Men's Senate 3: Marketing Club 4. I ..., fi .1 A' fp!-fifz, I X' Mae., , , I K , , , , . Il, 1, I ? 7 Qi" ""': 'b - 'V 1 l I 2' QW Q ' - f tag 2. . A I "mW""f--av, 39 Q, Q fx x i. W jf fauna... L ' - ,E I QQ 4 by-. 5 fezlw ' X wwawefxweu sa? mi J, nl .,, x 1 ID If I 0 "Hey, the test is out!" MIX'li'I11-IEW Y. K.-XISHIAN B.S. IN 1"1'lYS1CAL EDUCATION 27 ARTIIIIR PLACE YONKIQRS, NEW YORK fr 2 ll E. -3 Arnold Majors Club 3, 4, I ,5 III 1 . We I 2, tw. 5 'P' S 'r A I L I ' .f -- , . . I . G-. , Varsity Football 4. "Finals tomorrow? . Oh, well." DONALD J. KAISER B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY 30 CHERRY STREET STRATFORD, CONN. Campus Thunder 1, 2: Freshman Week Committee 13 Student Council A M1 wflx l, 35 Spanish Club lg Freshman Football: Debating Society 2, 43 PRF 2. 43 Sociology Colloquium 2. 4: Iota Delta 1'i 2: junior Class Vice President 33 Student Spirit 1 Committee 31 Young Republicans ' Club 4. W ' I Y, ..v 2 K , M, I "Thumbs up or down for ' x X 1 "11 f the shower?" JOHN E. JACOBS B.S. IN INDLIsTRIAL RELATIONS 1033 HOWARD AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Varsity Track 3, 43 Newman Club 4. CLIFFORD C. JACOBSON GEORGE JAFFERIS B.S. IN MARKETING B.S. IN GRAIPIIIC DESIGN 8 EAST 63RD 12 SMITI-I STREET NEW YORK CITY XVEST HAN'EN, CONN. Fl'CSh111Z11'l Football, Baseball Track: Mens Senate 1, 2, 3: Varsity Base- : L, I, 1 Kappa Beta Rho 2, ?TA,m dai W. . I wIp..,,A"" GEORGE I3. LIANO B.S. IN PIIYsIcAL EIIIICATION 102'1062NDAYENl'1i FORI2s'I H1I.I,S, NEW YORK Soccer Team 3: Track Team 3, 4: Campus r1'i1l1I'1C1Cl' 3, 4: Arnold Ma- jors Club 3. 4: Sigma Iota Gamma 3, 4. Mi ,pub QQHP' .,.. A . 1 -A ' E,4'ga:+fQ..' . Ygfqfz, ' Y ' "3" ' I' :sw . I-., may I Q.-S.. -W. A.-B.. , . , fn--. j .,. , f f 'Thu-dh 44957 'Nef- if A '75 nw-,R , ,. A .I-"""m 996 X ,,,,-W...-....,,, .XRTHLTR S. K.-YIZ l3.A. IX AIARKICIING 1.521 liN1ONl'OR'l' ROAD BRONX, NEW YORK Hillel 3: Sigma Omitron Sigm Social .Xttiiities Committee 4, , f 4 f a4g i T 1,5131 257 I .gap f a' f V , '32 1 " ' f " ',f"' ff,f if-'A' ,V I ' lil" P - 3 X4 , W , f f f V 41' . 4 al gg X '24 M MQW QPR ,. THEODORE B. KELLER B.S. IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS 2795 Nll1ll0I.SAVliNllli '1'RuxI1IlII,I,, CONN. Omega Sigma Rho 3, 4: Inter- Fraternity Countil 4. BARBARA KARNES B.S. IN l'IIi'sIeAI, EDICATION 137 Blrrsi' BROWN ROAD l'oR'I' CIIICSTER, NEW YORK Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3: WVomen's House Government 3, 45 Arnold Majors Club 3, 45 YVAA 4, Vice President 4g Ski Club 43 Orchestra 43 Band 4. JOAN KAPLAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 108 1'FNNsi'I.vANIA AVENUE MT. VIQRNON, NEW YORK 1Vomen's House Government 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 2, Presi- dent 31 l'hi Delta Rho 1, 2. CAROL J. KENEL B.S. IN l'Hi'sICAL EDUCATION POND MIQADOW ROAD IXORYION, CONN. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 2, 33 W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Arnold Majors Club 4. y V -An f.f ,eg A .4 . LARRY 5. KERNER 1085 NIQLSON AVIQNUIL BRONX, NIQW YORK B.S. IN MIQCIIANICAL ENCINILLRINC "Creating ll typical UB froslzf' 1, Zag, A -lift.. . I ,xX..., ,F , ,. A 7' I-Q? ' 4.3 NNW ' . ffgivif Q5-Q. NANCY J. KERR AA. IN BIEDICAL SECRETARIAL STUDIES NORTH BULRLEV AVENUE W ESTIIORT, CONN. Dean's List 13 Student Council 23 Young Republicans 2: Biology SO- ciety 2, Pen and Keys 2. 44 f 1 is 5184338 SA- Vw?-'-Q PETER A. KERWIEN B.S. IN MATHEBIATICS 39 HIDDEN ROAD ANDOVER, MASS. Sports Car Club 1, 2g Band lg Orchestra lg Student Spirit Com- mittee 1, 23 Enginering Society 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 4: Radio Club 3, 45 Varsity Track 33 Circle "K" 43 French Club 4. gg-.nu MICHAEL J. KILEY ELAINE T. KISELSTEIN B.S. IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS A.S. IN DENTAL HX'CIENE 69 VINE STREET 136 STONEHOUSE ROAD ANSONIA, CONN. FIARUMBULL, CONN. Sigma Phi Alpha 3, 4: Society for Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2. the Advancement of Management 3, 4. MEL D. KLEIN B.S. IN ACCOUNTING 808 ADEE AVENUE BRONX, NEW YORK Pi Omega Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, Secretary 4g I.F.C. 23 Soci- ety for the Advancement of Manage- ment 2, 33 Student Council 3, Treasurer 3, PRF 3. HANNAH R. KNEPLER B.A. IN EDUCATION 684 CLEVELAND AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Dean'S List 1, 2: Aristea 35 NEA 3. X! , 'K 4- I.-:L ' , lj if I 4 RX, 3 P?" 3 f X 'Q ,Q 7? Vx' 'VK- w AUDREY S. KOPPEL A.S. IN DENTAL HY'ClENE 42-02 LAYTON STREET EI.mIIIURs'I', NEW YORK 1'hi Onlicron Upsilon 1, 2g Junior Dental Hygiene Association l, 2. SIDNEY KOHN 15.5. IN MARKE'1'INC 125 ELLIOT AVENUE YONKERS, NEW YORK Sigma Omicron Sigma l, 2, 3, 43 Men's Senatelg Marketing Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Hillel 1. 2, 3: Scribe Adver- tising Manager 2, 3: SAM 2, 3, 43 Sociology Colloquium 3, 45 Helicon 4, Psychology Society 4. CHARLES H. KOORY B.S. IN ACCOUNTING 465 ROCK HOUSE ROAD EASTON, CONN. Newman Club lg Beta Alpha 1, 2, 3, 43 Society for the Advancement of Management 2g Young Republi- can Club 3, 4. ANITA KORSHAK B.S. IN MARKETING 19 CHELSEA DRIVE MERRICK, NEW YORK Beta Gamma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Re- cording Secretarry 3, 45 Student Ac- tivities Committee 3: Political Re- lations Forum 3, 4. ' W W, ta, . W434. K-2 A Q , , 1. fi l itrwir E if , iz iw 3 E, it X ev 'W - .W S4259 l 3 X I, A ea ' Yr' 4: ,ak QQ be ie . ' ij .ft M ...E ...R WILLIAM J. KOVACHI DONALD I. KRAMER B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ACCOU.NTING 836 CONNECTICUT AVENUE BLD 94417, APT. 99441, SUCCESS PARK BRIDGEPORT, CONN. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Alpha Delta Omega 3, 4. 3 1 , f K fb Ef- . Wwww ' , K f , of 1 f .77 ,la 'ii f W fy . WSE qbww-W-vt l -R 5 5 V . if -were if I if - X,--.. R. sis., : . . I K L- , v . 4 a:i:b's2"'Lfv ' -I .- A. .. . A 3 .,.,3 K Jw 3 ibxskvfgxzfic A, i n Q ,gg ' 3 ' . - 1" '51, 1,.Q,, "2!M A . JUDITH KRAWITZ MADELINE F. KROK B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN NURSING BLUEBERRY LANE 254 BRUCE AVETNUE FAIRFIELD, CONN. STRATFORD, CONN. SEA 3, 43 CEA 3, 45 Hillel 3, College of Nursing Registered Nurses Association ANNE L. LABARRE BA. IN FRENCII OLD XIIII Ro XD GLORCETOWN, CONN "Sure, he can get his whole belly down the chimney." JAMES W. KLTHLMANN B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 47 INCLESIDE PLACE l My HENRY F. KUUSISTO B.S. IN MARKETING l0 REX STREET BRIDCEIIORT, CONN. BYRAM, CONN Soccer l, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 1. 3, 4: Industrial Design Society l 2 So Track 1. 2. 3, 4, CO-Captain 3: ciety for Advancement of 'Nhnage Alpha Gamma Phi 2, 3: Arnold ment 3, 4. Majors Club 4. mfg -mms 'Wa gm "9 "'-x..,,,,,.f' . -- --f-1--.-.- -..... . ...-..............,., Qapgfw' ,ISYS SH.-XLONI LAMPELL BS. IN lXlliCHANlCAI. ENUINEERING 136 COLUMBIA STREET BRIDI.EI'oRT, CoNN. IlllCl'Il2illOll Club 3, 4. WM MICHAEL A. LANDOLPHI B.S. IN PI-II'sIcAL EDUCATION 2022 NVEST 7'l'H STREET BRooRI.x'N, NEW YORK Kappa Beta Rho 1, 2. 3, 4: Fresh- man Football 15 MeII's Senate lg I:l'CSlllIl2lI1 Track lg Newman Club l, 2, 3. 4: Varsity Track 2, 3, 43 Arnold Majors' Club 3, Treasurer 3: Varsity Football Manager 33 Dean's List il, 4. CONSTANTINE C. LAMBRAKIS B.S. IN ELECT RICAI. ENGINEERING 102 HUBINUER STREET NEW HAX'IiN, CONN. I.R.E. 4. Q,. JQQQ.. I-L fwwg m ' I fgxfegxvjewg ' v:?wMs2W2?:s: , I . t MRNZW A w..sQ,.N,Nf M., ..., riffww SN 1, 91-'wget-Ili!! A I L .. V gs W 4 GN I 1 Ni I SAX 55 X 'QQ .4 wg 22 9 s 2 7? A V N R X R , x Y " S' , 9 1 . 6 2 X - ef J . :mg .I ., . if-,I M at U, N. .W 'N Q 'X 7 ,Q ' 55, wx aa N, RX kg A . ,. 1-was X N Q, . Z A' f f W. I f , FLW, R' if f., -ig A 'f . as 1 4, V I- ' ' I v 2" 177.5 94 .elif K lv f. I 1 .6111 ,f ,- " i--. 9? SUNG CHUEL LEE DAVID R. LEINSTER B.S. IN EI.Ec1'I'RIcAI. ENLINEERING BA. IN HISTORY W 118 BROOKLAWN AVENUE 163 NIAPLE STREET Q BRIDGEPORT, CONN. BRANFORD, CONN. . 'K '99 " Z":.,eQ ' ws, S 2 Qtsk W6 my DOMINICK LACEVENSZA B.S. IN PIIYSICAI. EDUCATION 17 PLYMOUTH ROAD STAMI-'oRD, CoNN. Omega Sigma Rho l, 2, 3, 4. VW ,ms M E ,S X""' ELEANOR B. LEMOINE MICHAEL B. LICHTENSTEIN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BS. IN NIARKETING 322 STONEIIOUSE ROAD 1235 XVOODYCREST AVENUE TRLIBIBULL, CONN. BRONX, NEW YORK Dean's List 3, 43 SEA 3: CEA 3g Pi Omega Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- NEA 3. dent 4. ' x "We thought Dick and Dave had Connecticut all sewed up." "But, Bob, she's only 15 years old." RICHARD LIFTON B.A. IN 1VIARKl?'l'INC 174 BEACII 135 S'I'REET BELLE HARBOR, NEW YORK Freshman Soccer Team lg Sigma Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4g Alumni Hall Board of Directors 2: Student Spirit Committee 33 Student Council 2, IFC 3: Social Activities Committee Chairman 4, THOMAS A. LIPKOWITZ B.S. IN PIIYsICAI. EDUCATION 169 NEW JERSEY AVENUE Freshman Basketball, B a 5 e b all, Track: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4g Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. JOAN LISCHKE B.S. IN NURSING 649 EAST 14TH STREET NEW YORK, NEW YORK Student Nurses Association l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Milestone Commit- tee 3, Program Committee 4. he Q ' 1 1NTARGAR1i'Il A. 1,1N1D A.S. IN DIQNTAI. HYOIIQNE 3 WAI.KIsI.Ifx' ROAD DARIEN, CONN. Campus Thunder 1, 2: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2: Orchestra 1, 2: Fresh- man Week Committee 2: Student Spirit Committee 2: Wistarian 2. WW i 9 JL, Y ,T H F'KE5li-SYS. I '57'f?f?ii'F , ' 5552 53- . .fargN,g Nw: ,N .. ',I N f s 4 I! - 33 M I .?. ,- 1 if S I . it 4 E ,rf , ai 'fb 'H K K .W an K " ,fi QP' af", li.XRl3.XR.X ,X. L1'l'ROP BMX, IN HISIORH 743 How,xRIn ,XI'IfNI'E liRIIII.I I-oRI', CONN. XM lf!! ff 7'W fi W' WM ff f RICHARD J. LOLATTE BS, IN PIIISICAI. EDUCATION 344 SIQMIEW AVENUE BRIDr.IaIfORT, CONN. Gymnastic Team 1, 23 Track Team 2, 3, 43 Iota Delta Phi 2, 3, 4. 'Y Jwgaswlww, Nl XRYLYN F. LOOKIC 13.5. IN NURSINIQ 54 W INDSOR S'1'RI:I-TI' BRIDGEPORT, CONN. RAYMOND J. LUK 13.5. IN PSYCIIOLOM' 20 ANITA AVENUE FINRLEMBULL, CONN. Iota Delta Pi 2, 3, 43 Society for the Advancement of Management 23 Psychology Society 3. 4. , - 41,1 . , R Mjgsv' 'www-V-w.4.f .-I -4 "Il'ill1 Hu' 11tI1'1'11l of flzis bllilffl-IIS' we nm fl Iilllf' .xlmrf um! IVF ure :liking you lo give a little more . . and they gave. DONNA S. LUNDVALL B.S. IN GRAVIIIC DESIGN 28 NICHOLS STREET Axsoxm, CONN. Ski Club 3, 4: German Club 4 Scribe 43 Graphic Design Society 4 PHILIP li. LYNCH B.S. IN EDUCATION R.F.D. 9461 SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Arnold Majors' Club 4. 4 "N .A v. Q, A RUBlfll'l' Nl. NIIXl.NIt.Rl-,N B.S. IX liI.IacIRlci.,xI. l'iNf.lNl-lil4lNtQ -J 'r , ' M ,. . M, -lm llll.l, SlRIl.I I ! ,K ,mx ll,xxIIIIfx. fjoxx. 1-1 lingineeiinjr Society 3, lg IRIZ fl, , w ' ' vi' ll. Ill'2lSllllfl' 4: Rxnlio Club 4, ll 'x :if ' kg Y 'Q , 1-4. U, xlOHN kj. NIAJICSKO BA. IN Hls'I'ORx' 52 liAl'I'.-XY SIRI-'ici KI-.ARxIix', Niiw AIFRSIZX Cierinzin Club l. 2: Newniun Club l, 2: l"reslInIzIn Baseball ll Ificsli- man Soccer l: Alpha Ciuninu Phi 'l '3 4' Vwrwitv Soccer L' fl -1- IFC' A-.R, - t. I -,.. , A fi, 42 Nlc-n's Senate 3. ROBERT W. LYSIK B.S.1x NIEcIIANIcAI, 1'1Nf.lNl'liRlNI. 99 SHELTON S'I'REli'l BRIIJGEIIORT, CONR. Circle "K" 2, 3: Engineering So- ciety 2, 3, 45 IRE 2, 3, 4: SAM 3, 43 Freshman XVeek Coininittee 3. 43 Student Council 43 Student Spirit Coininittee 4, Cliairinan 4. fr' 18297 A , .,. Sl-lliIl,,X R. NIIXCERER AMX. IN DLNlAl.l'1Xf.ll'YlL 23 BI,-XNCIIESTER ROAD BROoRI.IxIf, Klux. TN, fwk 2195! Yvi A-nag ZW' IW' 'fIT""' " t.,,,,e'f If ,. sfls 'Y' ff' ann , .QQ-aw--er ' 37.3 VX Q :U .Wav R. Rl' IH A. NIARTIN 13.8. IN I3I'SIxI2ss IQIIIICATION III I.IivIiRsIfE ROAIJ '1'ROI', NEW YORK Hera Cillllllllll I, 2: XX'oIIIeII's House CoxeIIIIIIeIIl l. 2. 31 XY.-X.-X 22 Politi- cal Relations l'iHI'I1lI1 33 SEA 4. A' f . A f f X ' A 5 . 9 5 51-V If If- -' '- W fm' . . 'ww R , 12, I 1 , Mm 42 wg 3 4 .Q ' . 312 ' 'rm fz ' yi, Ol 4 ,,,.,,, ai 2, 1,5 WM ' ' -' E f , . .WT 1 af ,,,,. ,,,.. , ..V. . , I 1 Y 7 ' f 7 U0 v . A-fy. ,Z 41 fl mm 262 f f .,. ,--- 1 2 f r i ... fi f f X ,.:f9Q.. V III 53429 I I- ' 4 . 1217 , ,Z V. .7 . X ,, f ' f . ff .4 ,MQWf3,:I75.,.2,.f7' ,riff ' .fu ., , I ,A f,,:-If ' . , 3,11.1.1,.,f,,gi.L,:-5,1 :If f f f If 1' f ff 2-:q4j4..,I, .141 f 1 , 1 .."9..4?f 7 'fi 15719 ff ,lfffcyfz-,fin-i"! ff, f ff ' ff! f , pf ew: .cfzzmff f f ' ,Q ..,.. If" f-f 'ff M i ! N813 QR mwiqqf A, 'llgallilhv SYBELLA R. MASKEL LUCY M. MASSA TERRENCE McCOY BA. IN .ENGLISH B.S. IN NLIIQSING B..S. IN NIECIIANICAL ENGINEERING 507 NORTON PARKWAY 155 MAGNOLIA STREET 84 WASHINGTON AVENUE NEW HAVEN, CONN. CNRNA 2. PLEASANTVILLE, NEW YORK I.iteraI'y Society 4. ANN T. MARTIN A.S. IN IJICNTAL HX'ClIENE EAST HARTLANIJ, CONN. Bela Gamma 1, 25 Phi Omicron Up- silon 1. 2: XVOIHHIIYS House Govern- ment lg Dental Hygienist Associa- Iion I, 2. LOUIS F. MARSIGOLA, JR. 13.8. IN MARRETING 64 LARE AVENUE STRNIIFORD, CONN. Gymnastic Exhibition Team 25 Omega Sigma RIIO 43 Marketing Club fl. Newman Club l, 2. 3, 43 Engineer ing Society 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice Presi dent 2. 3. Public Relations 4. ' S. '.:'3'5. . -3 I I X , 5 Ai X gf , 51 I E I S CHARLES W. McDUFFIE B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 640 AUBURN STREET PORTLAND, NIAINE Ski Club 2. 3, 4, President 2, 3, 45 Pi Omega Chi 3, 4: Varsity Golf 3, 4, Arnold Majors Club 3, 42 Soccer 33 Student Christian Associa- tion 3. "C0m'on guys, don'I you want to join our big fraternity?" ROBERT N. McCULLAGH B.S. IN MARKETING 934 HOWARD AvENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. JAMES P. McGARRY B.S. IN EDUCATION DEI'EIfsTER S'I'REE'l' TARRYTOWN, NEW YORK Freshman Track lg Newman Club 1, 25 SEA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 CEA l, 2, 3, 4: NEA l, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Track 2, 3, Dean's List 33 Circle K Club 3, 43 Historical Society 4. WALTER j. McKEEVER, JR. B.S. IN ACCOUNIINU 60 HAWTHORNE STREET CJLENVILLE, CONN. Freshman Baseball lg Beta Alpha Accounting Fraternity 3, 4, Secre- tary 43 Alpha Delta Omega 3, 4, President. ARNOLD I. MEAD B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 10 YORK STRI?li'l' NORWAl.K, CONN. Alpha Delta Omega 3, 41 Histori- cal Society 4, Secretary 43 Greifen Campus Magazine 4, Editor 4. ALICIA A. MCGRATH IN IQXI-QCUTIVIS SECRI IARI XI STUDIES 35 COIONY STREFF S'IiRA'l'FORlJ, CONIN Chi Zeta Rho l, 2. COIILSPO l ing Secretary 2 -. 13413 ,- " ?'.3'i,i,f! K, 'WN-.,.,a..,, ,... - I 'S if ' , flu y. .?. S gs.- """"---wa s i f .',, A ww' -. ' , -H if Y 4 ss, 5 R Ny I N I Nigga Ixixy xx ' W" 1 "wi -4' . , Q sw N wr' , .6 s ,4 it 1.. Asif' JOAN MFIEROVITZ A.S. IN DIQNI-AL HH'Cll2NF I5 NIIIAIFORD AVENUE NEYVPORT, RI-IODE ISLAND Phi Oniicron Upsilon 1, 2, Vice President 2: Vice President Of Den- tal Hygiene Class 2. KAY-ANN MESAROS BS. IN Nt'RsINc. 128 CLINION S'rRFF'r FAIIIFIFLD, CONN. Student Cliristian Association lg Student Nurses Association 1. 2, 3. 4, President 4: Connecticut Student Nurses Association l. 2. 3, 43 Dean's I..Ist I. 2. 3. 4. NIIXRILYN RAE MEYER KILNNIZTH R. MICHOLOVICH 5.5. IX 1-11,1-'xIIfN'I,xRi' EDUCATION 13.5. is M,tR1,pT1Nfg 291 JMIIES SYREET 2749 XVA'lIZRVlIiW AHQNUE l-AIIIFIRLII, CONN. BRIDcaLI'OR'I', CONN. X til SRA 4: Cl'..X 4. f fi W fm , ,. "lI'l1izl1 unc' of Will girls sing' bass 1H'1'IIII,SF zur' IIOHI sing . t t t Ulm!" " ,f t A. -,YN ...W W? J f XI A 5 'ifib K i sewn 5ai'ss"fQ,. 1 4 ,V , f B. .. 4 sa . new 1, ' I fi ' X w' ,I Q , M N- 3-, wi 5 V I 3 xv , - X' If 1 Q E ' I r,mt' I at 5 X Y Q 7 , . Q I ht 'K K6 . 1: K ff ' 5 ' r 4 JI , W f ""' ' 5 fins-2, ' Q' 3 .15, , VN! ...... .n '- ill I 4' , fs-' . it ' . 4 ALAN A. MILINOWSKI BA. IN BIOLOGY EASIOWOOD ROAD NOItwAI,I4, CONN. aww-I ANTHONY A. MINARDI B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 62 Ct.I5x'uLAND S1RliE'l' PATCIIOQUE, New YORK Freshman Football lg Kappa Beta Rho l, 2, 4: Varsity Football 23 Arnold Club 2. 3, 4. awww-W ,Xxx "Il'l10'5 Hot nzizldle "DV" C' I Presentfztion. to the "Mother of the Ycfflrfi lil,l.lO'l' l. BIININBERG B.S. IN PsrcIIoLoc:Y 20 HO'lEl. IJRIYE lvllllli PLAINS, NEW YORK Psythology Society 2, 3, 4, Corre- sponding Society 2: Sigma Omega Sigma 2, 3. 4, Social Chairman 45 Deans List 2, 3. 45 Alumni Hall Board of Directors 2, 33 Helicon 43 PRF 4: Social Activities Committee 43 Mixer Committee 4: Homecom- ing Committee 4. F- 6 of rc , 15 M833 xjgfiitmlr -iw Yi! Sl' X' ' i F ,,,..,-"' MARYANN MITCHELL LELAND R. MOSS A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE BA. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 31 SEAVIEW AVENUE 40 SAVOY STRFICT XVEST HAVEN, CONN. BRIDGEPORT, CoNN. Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 23 jun- Sigma Phi Alpha l, 2, 3, 4, Presi- ior Dental Hygiene Association dent 43 IFC 35 .Sociology Colloquium 1.2. 3: French Club 4. LYNN li. NIOYFR Ah. IN SITFARI- Iixkl Xl Sltmlts 2734 RI lil, SIRI-lfl' Haitkislatiug, PINN, Club l. 41? I f , N 5 ,f 4 gi 5 .i -M TA 'J' , f V, vi Q ' A ,Q 'at' 2: ' W J-1 Q. 1 W ,-., .2 :U Q' . ff 2. 2' , . 5 " 1 A .-I ' 6 3 i i A I SPI' Y ,KM ,yy ""H' , MW, ,:,A,, . W ,,.4.. 4,Qb,,..Q I 12 i X X if Q A N g f F i , w N Q A YF' Q 9' , V 1 w X xx' Q . 'SX 5.2255-, --.1-2: -si, 1 9 N...IM-.3.2,,:w1:m.,qI.Iff.'4f'mS W 4-9 "-' M. cf-:-. 5. -eq., 1.-p : rj: 'W-:Q we -ww,-we-:M-:S-Q. "W'5'5?5I'5S-5,ISvf1-22:4.?.,:' 'Ef"3?5-35'if3-G-3555-625'-243414 ' ' iiillwbms-N-uw is Q 5 N N is 5 6 .. . Q X X QQ X N N I.-QQ 4 Q -. iff, 34 X. 'LQTQQB A -:by 2 . 7 f 'f 0 IN., ro F , I 5 N. Af A 0, ...,.: -X ., A, .N uk N ? V 5 Q A . W RICHXRIJ il, MURRAY FOSTER B. MUZEA MARY ANN MYLEN LOUIS S NASSETTA B.S. IN M,xIu4I.IINc. B.S. IN Acc:OUN'IINc AS. IN IJENTAL HX'CIENE B S IN ACCOUNTING 9-1 NEW SIRLITI' 60 YALE S'llREIi'l' 51 RII'IaRsIuIa IDRIVE 130 GRLLNFIELIJ AY ENUE SIII-LION, CONN, BRIDC,liI'0R'Il, CONN. 'l'RUNII1.UI,L, CONN. SIRAIFORD, CONN Murkctixig Llub 4: Society fOr thc Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 25 AIIICII Adxuxiieiiicur Of B111I'lLlgCl11C1lI 4. can Dental Hygieuists Association I 0 4 .V z '. ,,- - . . . 'I-:if-':.' X , f "i' I ' . if 'IWW A 5. : q Ziffifwf-'fif 'X flzfww fZ'7if?AQf7'1r . 2 H pr. A,,M,2.,y, f ,gf M, ,W .152 avg.. .3 .1'f.:l..fM2I27fg2 f , - f I wy,,355i14,5,g,Qy ,,., .f V ,Q 1' , 'fn' 4 0 - 4 :W - -' 'Y f I ? I V 4 I L:fNZ24.s:z..f ' 55-" M "Q .if "IQ," ' 592.41 5 , 1. I' 9 i ,ff 4 f 1 1 fx . . 1 ai,-:I f". 1 'I rv f Alf Is , 4 -V 41-VZ.: . I ' ff' fm: yaflf H-.J 2 ' 1,12 if' ,.-' 4 - z2i:'v1:Zf ,yy Aff F5 ,,, .. ,V I7 M Q 945, in-5 ,v-412 514 Y ' A Q: ,.ffw'4y4,1f5 rw 2" 1' I 'fri .. 2,i"f'f'7-'6g"7f 1' 1 ' MV. . , ff 'W ,f , .fm I W ,, ,. , ,, if f? , '. 1, f I 6 .fwgw -2 -45- ,, ,ff Z' 17 - , :A xfff ff b , ' 2117 ' "UW "nf I 1 Mya, fffm., , rd JAMES j. MURPHY B.S. IN SIQCONIIARY EDUCATION 57 OAIQ AVIQNUE NIILFORD, CONN. BEVERLY A. MULONET B.S. IN PIIYSIOAL EDUCA'I'ION GRACE AWNIIR WOI,cO'I'I, CONN. Basketball I, 2, 31 Softball 1. IS-- va V. ,rg 1 .- 4 I X. .wi -A ft x l X sw. . al X. .X ..,.t f 4-fs 0' DONNA S. NEEDELI. THOMAS j. NPGELIZ CYN l'HlA X. NLKYCZONIISIQ ARLEILNE C. Nlfllt Nl XX B.S. IN Nvksixo B..-X. IN Blol,om.x' ALS. ix 131-xml. Hu.u-xi AA. IN lhxsuiox Am 1-,luis xc 15 ISL.-uni STRI-li'1' 165 VAN RlPl'.R ,-Xu-'xt'ig 1565 limi S'lRlQl2'l 8-1 XVARRINUION Simi 1 N12w'1soxxfii.1.1-2, MASS. Cl.llf'l0N, Niiw jnusm' Smut-oun, Coxx. l,ROYlDl-Ntllf., Ruoun IsLxxo lLlCl1l Activities Committee lg Freshman lfoothall lg Men's Senate Phi Omitron Upsilon l, 2: Dental Social .Xctivities Connnitttt l ltlent Nurses Association l, 2, 1: Kappa Beta Rho 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- Hygienist Association l. 25 Young Fashion Clonnnittee 2. -lg Phi Delta Rho 2. 3, 4. tlent Counfil 12: Biology Society 2, 3, Repuhlicans Cluh 2. 4. ALAN R. NEWMAN BS. IN Music 1iuUcA'1a1oN 4-14 FAIRLAWN Avnxuia FAIR LAWN, N1-Lw jiiksm UB. Band l, 2, 3. -l, President 43 U.l5. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 43 NVootlwintl linsemhle l, 2, 3, 41 Music litluca- tor's .Xssotiation 1, 2, 3. 4, Treas- urer l. 2, President -lg Sli.-X 43 Dean's List 1, 2. 3, -l. "Teacher of the Year" - Robert E. Redman Presentation by Elwood K. jones, Vice Presi- dent of the Board of Associates. KENNIC INH W. OBI-1RI-'ELDER ILS. IN MAlu4E'1'lxc: li-I-34 102 Sfklflfli Ifoniasr Huis, N IEW YORK Pi Omega Chi l, 2. 3, 4: Sports Car Cluh l. 2. 33 Ski Cluh l. 2, 33 Mcn's Senate lg Marketing Cluh " 3' S A XI '-I -. , .i .i . L. 13 I. sam, 'WN A .u J,-N visjfgfiegggsga. N. is A ei. E, 543 1 ' was 3 5, fr- ' , - Xxsx . C ,N . S' sam is ., A 'F A E , I ,ZW -1- 4- R WRX xx' 'N .wg U' X? N Rf V311-lls ff 'P ,fan , . s ,f 3- . -. N Q l' . , , X, -, ,IC s.fsr3.'2es1 4. 3 WRX.. IRA ,, .. Q. : gc, R Isf.aM:f:I:2 L" f,zs I f ,cm , fcmfgm as Rf W x , . Q-aw, ' ..,::.T A . fx A . ,Q ' 1, pm' 3' I 5 A .J'N' ' ' 1 G P "fx-i Q Si wg- I 3 A A ' is If-af.. . +5 3 1 fi iff , - , ,, N A W' of "'M:4l.i'3EEs' W, 1. -'4 " ggfve . A , :' 2.5.-f5...,"'. ' 0 F gf ':j:.Q:Q gig, y Af ,.,.,s. I 'N A 'if ' 'Q :i:4:f:'?2 , I g ,A DONALD OSTEYEE B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 131 ANsON STREET STRATI-CORD, CONN. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Iota Delta l'i 1, 2, 3, 4: Industrial De- sign Society 1, 2, 3, 4. JON A. OLSEN B.S. IN PSYCI-IOLOGY 61 STATION ROAD BELIIIORT, NEW YORK Baseball l. 23 Soccer 3, 4. ANITA C. ORBANOWSKI B.S. IN NURSINII PLOW LANE GREETXW1CH,CONN. Ski Club 1, 2: German Club 1, 2, 4g ,Sailing Club l, 2, Treasurer 23 C.S.S.N.A. 1. 2, 3, 43 Student Nurses Association l. 2, 3. 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 33 Aristiae 4. FRANK A. PAGANO B.S. IN MARKETING 69 BENNETT STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Iota Delta Pi l. 2, 3, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 3, IFC Representative lg Social Committee Chairman 2: SAM 3g Marketing Club 4, Vice President 4. ,,. "1 '.,,. .... ,M-,j f ' A . ' -1 I ,Q ,x.., A ' V, , 1,3 24 ', , 1 9 4,1 v 1 41. g, in '..,f I ff f 9. W, f - r 1 '- X4 9 - ' ' WWW 1 1 '15 I ,EZ .4 I . . Aw 1 V I J' I ' ' . 1 .. 2, ,I ' . ' 4 'A .V .pl WW fwfa ,I Q nf gf: , . , If . an ff I 'fy 0 Q Qi? I . Wwuwkb I wr 4a 1704! , , Q M441 , .A W., 5 Q I 5 My 5 2 E' Xitky a '-" 3- 'I A 2 Ai ' ... - f -I . - ,,, ,hiv Lrflg ig t, .lv,, , x . l.,' I, 1 Q ...X QE iff 43' H fi .CL, . 4, f N41 fm. "m....aW CONSTANCE M. PALMER B.S. IN NURSING 20 SUNSET ROAD NEW LONIJON, CONN. VW' mam PAUL PALUBNIAK B.S. IN RIECHANICAL ENGINEERING 36 ATLANTIC STREET GAREIELIJ, NEW JERSEY Men's Senate 1, 2g Engineering SO- ciety l, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 2, 3. I "French Ioulies from the Folies Bregere!" ANGELO A. PALUMBO OLHA T. PALYDOWYCZ B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION B.A. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 211 ,AVENUE M 281 NORTH HOADLEY STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK NAUGATUCR, CONN. Football l, 2. 3, 4, Captain 43 Base- National Education Association 4. ball lg Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Arnold Majors Club 3, 45 Men's Senate 3. SHARON L. PAVLOW B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY 133 ELLIOTT ROAD '1'RUNIDULI,, CONN. Debating Society 2, 3, 43 Psychology Society 3, 4: Phi Delta Rho 3, 4, Vice President 4. 35, 'kv- .f 5 tg ,f ' Mx 5: rjisf' uv AUS an x'- Ya Y e. .a 1 I. RICHARD P. IJAVLIK B.S. IN ACCOUNTING ,, 59 HOUCII AVENUE . BRIDCEIIORT, CONN. - " Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 45 Beta M 'Tiv- Alpha 2, 3, 4: S.A.M. 4. ' RALPH G. PAPAZIAN B.S. IN l'm'sIC,-xl. EDUCATION 91 CIIURCII STREET XVIIITINSVILLE, MASS. Football 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4: Omega Sigma Rho 3, 43 Arnold Majors Club 3, 4: Eastern Orthodox Club 3, 4. GERALD PATRICK BS. IN QITCONDARY lEDl'CA'l'ION 246 PIXLIE PI.ACIi BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Track l, 2. 3. 4: Sigma Phi Alpha l. 2, 3, 4, Historial 3, Secretary 43 Freshman X'Veek Committee 2. 3, 43 SEA 3, 4: Newman Club 4. A , 'wt , o. 4 I qt' Hillel l. CXRLA R. PERLIS AX X lN l.l.1.Al. Sll:NOl-RAPIIY 130 LINIQOI N ROAD N11-DI-ORD. NIAss. U -. ,- ,A fmw , gm ,f ,Z , fxma ,N gm. OIMQIWW-Iv. X . fe, , 7 , f 2 ff? 4 i f 1 If Qual ,W ' x Q ' ' A 1 f A Kg, 4 ma... -, -if V 1 f f f gy? ,I f f , ff ,wi DIANE A. PERNA A.S. IN FASIIION MERCIIANDISING 57 OAR STREET BINGIIAMTON, NEW YORK Newman Club 25 Homecoming Committee 2: Campus Thunder 2: Fashion Show 2. JOHN D. PELLEGRINO B.A. IN BUSINESS ADlXIINIS'I'RA'l'ION 123 OVERLAND AVENUE BRIIIr:IcI'OR'I, CONN. Baseball lg Iota Delta Pi 1, 2, 3, 43 Marketing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MYRNA li. PIZCKER B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY 239 GRANDVIEW ROAD FAIRFIELD, CONN. Sociology Colloquium 3, 43 Young Democrats 4. Cr!!! ,-E' LEONARD N. PERSSON PAUL G. PESZYNSKI B.A. IN ENGLISII B.S. IN MARKETING 46 YVINDY HILL ROAD YOUNG STREET lX1ILFORD, CONN. EAST HrXNIPT0NV, CONN. Theta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Freshman Soccer lg Varsity Soccer 4. Secretary 35 Sports Car Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 45 IFC 3. "Not bad for the delicate sex???" in , .I , I sir-,m mm- 4:52 asf lane- MARIL R PF fl RSON XNX X MARIL M PICA CHARLES B. PIKE, JR. PATRICIX NI PJURA B S IN 'Xt RSIXI A A ix Nliulr AL Siciu 1 uuxi Srtnnzs B.A. IN MA'rli B S IN liun xi un 1 mefxiiox 140 Pizosi iier Simi 1 "Pb C llLRCllIIl Ro xo 24 RoAN1.K12 AVENUE Up I oiuisini Roto Freshman XUISIIIU Clxss President TRUNIBULI CONIN FAIRFIIILLI1, CONN. Slkxlxoium Coxx 1 Student NLIISSS Xssocntigu 1 0 Neismin Club l len ind keys 2 Student Lducition Association 4 BARBARA S. PLOTKIN B.A. ix Soeioiooi' 943 fJl.lJ IFARM ROAD ,l'lAlRFll-,l.lI, CONN. Sociology Colloquium 2, 3, 45 Pi Gamma Mu 4. STANLEY C. POLLACK B.S. IN Bisixiass ADNIINSTRATION 52 Miirkosic Srnnizr l'oR'1i.,xNo, NIAINE Vice President Freshman Class 13 Hillel lg Student Council 1, 43 Freshman Week Committee 2, 3g Sigma Omega Sigma 1, 2. 3, 43 Alumni Hall Board of Directors 3, 45 Dean's List 33 Alumni Hall Board of Governors 43 Secretary of Senior Class 4: lVho's XVho 4. XX I HONY C. QLIXRLESS BS. IN LLONONIICS BAY S1R1iLl'1' 51. MILQIIALI-, BARBADOS 1x lg Sorter 11 Cymnastics 1, 2, 'psilon Beta Sigma " 3 4 My I ' ?"F9"'r MARION H. PRLILL 13.5. IN NuRslNr: LINIONDORI' ROAD Student Nurses Association , BRONX' NW' YORK 1 4. "But Ladies, you must leave because the British Chi Zeta Rho 2. 3, -1. xIO5l'.PH R. PROL LX BS IN YVRSINIL 500 NIAIIN SIRLEI 1Vllllli1'l.,-XIYS, NLW Yoiux BRIDGENNE j. QUERRO A.S. IN DIQNTAL HYGILND 207 1'1OL1.0W 'PRED RIDLD ROAD DARILQN, CONN. Phi Omicron Upsilon 1, 2, Treas- urer 2: Treasurer of Dental Hy- giene Class 2. NVE' Cllllllllg. NANCY RADIZR VITO F. RALLO A.A. IN hIED1CAL SECREIAIIIAL STUDIES B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 1533 NICHOLS AVENUE 45 BRONsoN ROAD S'1'RA'I'I-'ORD, CONN. Pen and Keys 2. wwrww y AVON, CONN. Football 1, 2, 3, Llg Track 13 Span- ish Cluh lg Sociology Colloquium 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Historian 3, President 4, Omega Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, 1Jean's List 2, 33 IFC 33 Phi Gamnia Mu 4. "But, judge, I don't want to be a martyr for the cause " SUSAN B. ROES B.S. IN NURSING 12 SRIQMIAN TIZIQIKACE JI-3RsEI' CI'I'I', NEW JERSEY Student Nurse's Association l, 2, 3, 43 lVOmen's House Government 4. 'QS-A 9 wif JOHN P. RICH B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DEsIcN 26 EUNICE PARKWAY STRATEORD, CONN. Industrial Design Society l, 2, 3, 45 Dean's List 2. ELIZABETH J. RICHENS B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 10 ROOsEvELT STREET GLEN HEAD, NEW YORK Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Theta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Dean's List 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 33 Political Rela- tions Forum 2, 3, 45 SEA 3, 43 NEA 4: Student Council 43 President of Senior Class 4. BARBARA A. RODGERS A.A. IN BIEDICAI, SECRISTARIAL STUDIES 20 LARESIDE DRIvE BALDKNIN, NEVV YORK Dean's List lg Newman Club 1, 23 Majorettes 1, 23 Student Spirit Committee 2. MARTIN S. RIGER B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 FLORAL DRIVE Pi Omega Chi l, 2, 3, 4, .Secretary 3, President 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Arnold Majors 3, 4: Sports Editor of Scribe 33 Editor of Scribe 43 Men's Senate 3. ' DONALD RIMKUNAS B.S. IN BTECIIANICAL ENCINEERINI 46 BLAMEY CIRCLE STRATFORD, CONN. . M I M DLI L I L -W I .X I.. .A , . www-.A . W A mum ma? W . --. N X . - or , . .fri .. vga- I -V -I-zgqgl. -. 1. Q ,ffl Tf'-ITT . I W I - W , 9 YA I I M35 Q 'i I NMWSSQ. ' F' .v"1 4 I X .V ,., .:..,.1,.... 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I-ll flll.l,5lDIi.XX'I1NUE -9' .." sw nf-'V , , , . , A A an-I fm I IMNIIIIIII , Loxx. A 'EM,,v,.,4i' 1 M ' 7 Z if l L. I. l I l A ILRRX L. ROOKASIN B.S. IN BUSINESS KDUCATION Hrs FLDIQRAI. S'IRr1Ic'r .. BkIIIr.IcI'oR'I'. CONN. Football 1: Track l, 2, 33 Hillel I l, 2: Iota Della Pi 2, 3, 4: Young Democtrznls 33 Business Education A Associuliori -l. l I 1 11 ..-wi4?ffia11:. . ' , , A' K Sigma Alpha ' Af 'WS . .pg-,.v 'bv'-"' ,W-.,..1-u 3 w A l'.Il,lzlzIN b. SQXMI 1 ELS . 1 - . CHARLES A. RUFFINI KXIHLEEN P. SALVUCC1 155- IN -'XCf10l-'NIIMG BA. IN Hisioiu' ILS. IN EI,FMliN'l'ARY 1im'cATloN 9 NMAL11: IILRRACE 1177 PARK AVENUE 1349 Micuofons S'rR12E'r ll A'llfRBL'RY, CONN- HRlDf.I'I,ORl, Cloxx. Wtisr Exmiawoon, NEW JERSEY ION Ullllllllll fl 3, 43 BCH Dcan's List 1, 2. 3: National Eclu 2. Ii, 4. Honor Council 4. ,lOl-IN j. SCHARF B.S.1N Accouxiim. 1042 NIAPI IZYVOOII .Xvlcxlila BruDca1a1'oRT. Coxw. GAIL SCHNEIDER "Here I mmf, Doc" BA. IN I-1I.ifx1iix'ltARi' l':lll'lZA'll0N 543 CIIURCII AVENUE Woonuiaun, Low: ISLAND Hillel fl: l'hi Delta Rho 3, 4, Social Chziirtnun 43 Social .Xctivitics Com- cation Association 3. 4: ,Xristeia 33 'W' vow - ...ff ,ff Nl.XRlli'l'l'.X R. SCARIXX XS. IN llifvlm. l'lir.lifx12 Ill FOI.lzY Awxuif Slilcl.l-oN. Coxx. junior Dcnlul Higicnists Associ tion l. 2: Phi Olnicron Epsilon l 37 0 .. .51 I' , . ' , , 9'- -'T W' .I f .gif iiftz , 2 1 f Lfff uf Kfwm t ,,,, 5 4 'A ,Ar 5 'Q -sf? xv A-'lar fi ii Mfg V. ,wwf W '-44? .V 4 L ffmgf, , 4 ' - ' . ., " , f! Q.: 5,54 X 'lflii 'Q 1"""g ,QA A K. ,. . ' ' '? 2 QT vv K2 4' 4 X V '. L' " 'i l ' i. ' 2 1 1' ff 1 I i ,A .ggi J M Q -s 1, , ..s r i w, V He. rv -v ,M-'I bait " ,Lg 2 gl. X-, 1,8 1 f E515 if 2 3 ,',tjSv, A Qi 5' 'R 1 L, ,ff-2 'Qs K -. Q -V . l i + ff ' , i Jw fy fl gf ,.4. -jf, . . 1.4. t N R QR ggi QS, Ajax --, 3,S'i.f:.'gnm ,Qug fn ' If ' 3- 1- ffm . L sf: X 41' ffifffvf Wu? ,' .1 fx-1 sf .il 4-'fx 11,5 mittcc 4. 'inn ..,. ,,,.,-M .. ill, ,I . .. 1f6iff4 "31 N , Xsx WILLIAM P. SCHWABMLHER B.A. IN GRAPHIC DESIGN 389 ROBIN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CONN. if'rA S Iota Delta Pi l, 2. 3, 4. 15,- MICHAEL A. SERINO MS. IN GUIDANCE 147 XVOLCOTT AVENUE ISPLACUN, NEW YORK Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presiilent 4: Dean's List 2. 3, 41 Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3. 4. JOEL E. SCHWARTZ B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY 69 PINEWOOD AVENUE ALBANY, NEW YORK Campus Thunder l, 2: Psychology Society 1, 2. 3, 4: Hillel l, 2, 3, 4g Biology Society 1, 2, 3. 4: Sociology Colloquium l, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 3. 43 Sigma Iota Gamma 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3, President 4. OMRI SERLIN B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 121 SEABRICHT AVENUE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Institute of Radio Engineers 4g De- bating Society 4g Hillel 4. . A WILLIAM SERLIN MAUREEN C. SI-IEA BS- A.S. IN EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAI 619 W EST JACKSON AVENUE STUDIES BRIlNLl'LI'0R'I', CONN. 10 BEACON CoU.RT BRIDLIZPORT, CONN. , ,Q WWW' ,QWR 1 lu fl jnosjrffrf for Dr. Fieldff' 1111 x 1 ot 1l'lIllf?,, 1 ELIZABIZTH A. SIIQMERS BS. IN l':I.I5fXlliN'l'ARY EDUCATION I-17-20 32 AVIQNUIC l'1l,l'SlllNlQ, Nlaw Yolua Ski Clulm 3, 43 NEA 3, -13 'Ihcta Ep silon 3, -1: Wcnncn's House Govern mcnt 43 Young Republicans 4. of fo- as O S . .. . . Of .g QW' 5 xyymiwlx ,I X rg 'k 1' wifi 'Qi X . NNN :.- t, ,x, '- A-fqx . . . M S dwg, g tzeftfgl 0 I.: J-23332 - f , V ff' ' ,- O. ' -U t? " ' R515 - 5: 'Q K Tu engfligiggiiff tg .. V . A - 555, ffl Q- mt i j? 482 M - V H f . 5 V 1' J is i V ,f3 ?5' 5" Eff? V NM tt.. . 'w 1 ff j t--Q . ' H' -N Q gg 3? . sax Q 5 - N . K - ' ' if ai? . "' .-ik" Ve ff '-. ' 5 v We 5 W N it, lf iii if - 5755? . Q an 'WWww. Qww SCVIQWART W. SMITH jF.FlfREY .L SPITALNIK DOROTHY M. STADLER IRXRIEAR.-X j. STASILOWICZ BS. ix Sliczuxmnx' EDUCAIION BS. IN .-XCCOUN'llNIL 8.5. IN SEf1ON1mRx' EDllCA'llON A.S. IN INJIANTAI, Hxuaxifi 'VS Riisu Slam-R121 234 I'lAW'I'lIORNE Avgxuia 31 .STONIQIIOUSF ROAD 7 ROURNE Axiixtir. wwf' ,ywa ' ww ixllllftlkll, CONN. YONKIZRS, Nizw YORK rl-Rl'Ml5lIl,I., CONN. SOIVIHINGTON, CONN. Sigma Lamlacla Chi 2, 3. 4: Social Clieerleailer l, 2. SCC1'CI2ll'j'-Tl'CllS- Xttixities Committee 2. 3, 41 Student urea' 2: Beta Gamma 1, 23 Ameri- Council 33 Alpha Beta 4. can Dental Hygienists Association MARY G. SOKOL IN NLIRSINKQ 360 CIRCULAR AWNUR HAMD1-LN, CONN. Cullege Of Nursing Registered Nurses Association 3. 4. BARBXRA li. SKOLNICK BS. IN lixIacu'rivE S12c,RE'1-ARIA1. STUIDIES 187 WOOUIN S'rlua11.1' Hminl-1N, CONN. WOmen's House Government lg Stu- clent Spirit Committee I: Beta Gam- ma 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 4. . Q- 'fl my A 1 Sw, ,sq fs 'Y A4 ' , w , JV' Ji, l. 21 l'ln Omicron Upsilon 1, 25 Newman Club 2. lam, Us ll' ,Jw 'gk , 2: 59 zgffvgif 1 4' ','. wfamav i :.v ' Eli ,.i gif' A . Vi 'RTN 7'U'- ls if 3 iii!! w-""""' IJIQ. SAXRAI-I kj. STICARNS PHYLLIS R. SIIZINLIR .-X.S. IN IJFNTA1. Hxcaraxii 15.5. IN NVRSINII Noiun WA11-QRFQRU. Nlmxu 447 Rlfstflu'o1R :XXl4NI'Ii 'hi Ornieron I'psilon l. 2. RIzX'liRli, Mass. College of Nursing Registered Nurse Association 3. 43 l3ean's List 33 terlmury .Xssociation 3, 4. Can JOHN B. S'I'IiW.XR'l' 14.8. ix I'lI.l'CI'IRlCAI, lixmxriizttixcz W1 LXVYN Rcmn RIYICRSIIJE. Coxrw. Stutleut Council 1, 2: Presitlent of Freslnnan Class l: Ilieta Sigma Fraternity l, 2. 3. 4. Pletlgeinaster 3. Vice Presitlent 4: Wistarian l. 2. fl, 4, .Xssistant litlitor 2. Iitlitor fl. 43 Political Relations Iforurn l, fl, 3: C.I.S.L. Delegate 2: Secretary of Soplicnnnre Class 2: Photography Club fl, 4, President 4: IRIC 43 Amer, ican Institute of Electrical Engi- neers 4. ROBICR I' 'l'. S IURIQR 15.5. IN IBLSINMS Iituxox X 22. l'lct'ms SIAIIUN N hw YORK Cuties about the UB campus. 'Int 'bn IAN M. SUNIMERS BS. IN ,Xiu lfIJl'CAllUX ltl-02 Trl ll S'ltu4.1fi' FAIR LAWN, New JERSEY NIen's Senate lg .Xrts Festival Week 2. 3, 4, Chairman 2, 4: Hillel lg Student Council 23 IFC 23 .Spring Play 3: Nli.-X 3, 4: SFX 3, 4: ina Larnhtla Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. CIADX5 M. SH.-Xl'.NIzl'0L.I, 13.5. IN NURSING RFID ffl. Box 307 Cltcrrox, CONN. .. ,A"""k. I .w A.-X " e4!35?'fi5.W3i'ift 1 ROsIQxI.xIu' I. SIVIQIQNIQY I H 13.8. IN EI I xIIIx'I'AIu' lfDUCA'llON It N., Blix 375 nl Axnox I-II, NBII' jlflzsm' XYOlllCll'S House Cim'cI'IIIIICIIt lg F , Q' Beta GIIIIIIIIII l, 2. 3. 4: Ncwnmn W Clulm l, 2. fl: .xlllllllll Hall BOzII'tl Of llirctturs 2. 1 ,ll, aff. 5 ROl3lzR'l SYDISKIS Q BA. IN BIOLOIII' PM 170 LINCOLN AVIQNIIE .mm "W BIuI1r.IfI'ORT, Coxx. .Xlplm Phi Omega 2. 3, 41 Biology , -..-Q IW Society 2. 3, 4, Vice Presitlent 3, Hr.. -ff' l'I'e5itlcIIt 4. NIARIAN 11. SZEKERES RUTH 'ILXLLEY 15.8. IN LI.I.xII'xI.xIu LQuI'cAIIOx AXA, IN CQRMIMC 111551555 ISH Sl'N5lil' CIRCILIQ Box 845, If ffl. G1AN'l,5 NIQCIQ ROAD IAIIIIII-II-.I.II, Coxx. Nl,AN1lfj'CONN, NCWIIILIII cilllll 2. 3. 'lg SEA 2, 3, 45 Sigma Nlpl 2. Il, 43 Cilz.X 2. 3, -1: CLIIUIJUS lllllllllL'l 3. 43 Clhi Sigma Delta 3, -l, I'lulgcIII1IxtcI' 3. Sutiul ClI1IiI'InzIn l'I'csiIlcIIt -lg FI'CSllll12lI'l Wcclx Show 4. fl, -l. Yltc I f f if X 1 I, ,Z 'Wh - 1 we ff ,470 :W , f V 2' W We , f 4 QM f f FRANCIS A. TATTO 13.5. IN ACCOUNTING EMI Rocks ROAD NORWALIQ, CONN. Phi Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. LEON W. TEFT B..-X. IN PsI'CHOLOc.I 'IRIIREIT NIILI2 COURSI QLUILFORD, CONN. I. 'Y ' " .yew -. lianbiviiisikvf ARTHIJR H. 'I'RIiX'ORROW. JR. BS. IN NIIQCIIANICAL IiNr.INEEIuNc: -nuff V' f' I' If lrwfq I "2 "ilu, 'E' 1. N Ii 59' 'H ,J -fi v,: Q le X Ny 72 MxR'I'I.E AHQNIIIQ , Q4 ANSONIA, CONN. I Q ' Chess Club 3, 4: Soccer 31 liugi- fi 5,- neering Society 3, 4. 2, M,-,,,,. ' QN .N Q I , f. gf- ! ' Jug -iflig ' , ' ' 1, Q ,,':,A,-E , , , , . I " ' ,,. - - - ' , . , ,.,,.-'if ' 54. Mi, 'llzzs gauze sure IS getlzng' muglz. ' I I a-- ' ' ' PAT A. TOMASETTI BA. IN ACCOUNTING Munson' STRILIZT XVES'l'l'OR'I', CONN. Sigma Omicron .Sigma 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 Scribe Business Manager 3, 4. ROBERT N. THOMAS RICHARD E. THOMPSON EVI-ZRETT C. THORPE B.A. IN ECONOMICS B.S. IN INIIUSTRIAI. DESIGN BS. IN l'HI'sICAI. EDUCATION 535 lN1APLEWO0D AVENUE 16 CENTRAL AVENUE LI1xINca'I'oN ROAD BRIncEI'oR'r, CONN. NYACK, NEW YORK Baseball l, 2, 3, 4g Alpha Gamma Freshman Week Committee 2, 3: Industrial Design Society 3, Presi- Phi 2. 3. 43 Arnold Majors 2, 3, 43 Theta Si 'ma 2 3 4 Social Chair dent 3. M6113 SCUHIS 21 DCZIITS List 3, 4- man 3, iresident 43 Photography Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g German Club 2: XYistarian 3g Young Democrats 3, 43 SAM 4. zllfgj 9 I ' 2 I Q WW A I N v ,,- - ,.y.Z.5,.:j I . -MZ, I I - 4 v' "' ..:'?3' .. 54154 ' 3 ry, I' wi 'ii N. nxfiz' ' ,f N? .'i"'j' I I .3 U if fxffz iv, 1 if ,A , ,Af J, fig, I f .., N f ,ff i Q I , J ' If . J 1? I -gc ., ,s 4 's 453 K ' 1 4 3 3 , I 'X' !?,A t -ggi 'V if 3 ii v, ' 'fl 0 -1 4 "' V -It l I I D g a 1 .' J' Q W YI :AW 3555 fri ' I SQL' 211 If, - 7 fa 3 f fu 5 I ff? -ia.1,5."1 we "'l'L"'3-'fr' LINDA A. TOBIAS AS. IN DENTAL HYCIIQNE 96 IXIORNINCSIDE DRIII2 BRIDl.lil'OR'li, CONN. junior Dental Hygienists Associa- tion l, 2: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1 2: Student Council 2. I 'Wx gina FQL-4. 1 K ,, 'N l QM.. AQ' im. MARY IARANCICS L?NISTA'l'TER RS. IN Snr'ONmIu' IQDIICATION NIOIIIfI..xN ROAD I-iliNIlXI.l0N, CONN. Ficncli Club gl Literary ,Society 3. uf" 'ily If mmaw 2 . ,vo 'idillllhm-uw' RVDOLPH J. VALENTINE BS. IN l'IIx'sICAI. ICDIICATION 49 I-IIIQII S'IIu2EII NAIIc:A'I'IIc:K, CONN. l-'wothull l, 2, 3. 43 Newman Club l, 2. 3, 43 Track 2. 3, 4: Omega Sigma Rho 2, 3. 4: Arnold Majors - L Llnli 3, 4. PATRICIA A. TYLER BS. IN NIA'l'llENIA'l'lflS 528 VVAI,Nl'T AVIQNUIQ 'I'RIIxIIIIII,II, CONN. MARYAMX R. I ROIANO AS. IN DICNI AL HYGIENE 42 SIII-:IIMAN AVENUE IRIIMIsIII.I., QONN. Axncriuin Dental Hygienist Associa- IiOn 1.2: Phi Oniicron Upsilon 1, 2. K X 4 W, . , W N. 2 If A A 'ZW MARTIN NI. VASAS DOLORIQS M. VICNTRILIO B.S. IN INIIIISTIUAL D1zsII:N AS. IN DIZNTAI. HWIIENIQ 15 CRANE S'IIRI1iIa'I' 181 NIONROI-1 STRIQICI FAIRFIIQLIJ, CONN. BRIl7l.lil'ORI , CONN. Indllstrizil Design Society l. 2. 3. 41 IJCZIIRS List 2. QI I I 5 i 2 I S 5 1 I , li i ,Qi I S , i "Oo00h, Bob, your beard tirklfsf' I ii S 1' .. , !,, I, I gs .el 4. Q.. lift. X , , .-?"'fvg N 65 M r ""5. - . 4- in 1. gifs, Qw S A ' f . . YQX 4 '79- l wk , 71" Q N vi X M 'ir-Q N ,nw ,wk ff't,,..Q 'Km' M, X Nl-,,,,-,, X ROBLQRI A. YERNA RONALD Al. VIiRRll.l.I 15.5. ix Acicouxrtxcz BS. ix .Xt:c:ot'xt1v. 10 GI.rgr.uA1.r2 Rofxu 302 KJRCIIARD Sllufl-'1' S1R.4'ltfOR1i, Cloxx. liklllhl-'I'0R'l', Cloxx. Sigma Phi .Xlphu l. 2. 3, 4, Tiers urer 3, 4: Society for the .Mlvzii ment of Nlamugement 2: Beta .Xlplm 4. , I X an-V..,. .Xlllilli ml. XX' XC-NIQR lull-lzXla tl. XXQXWIIJUXX ADX. IN l"ASllltJX hll'RK'llANDlSIXl. B.S.1x Nlt-t,u.xxu.u lixmx in til l5AMst'tu Ro.-tn ti- maori Suu it Roc.i4x'll,t.1-' Cjlfxlktf, Xiw Yolut Amoxm. Cloxx. Sports Cnr Clluh 2. Iota lk-ltr: I'i 2: l'illQ.'lllL'LllIlY c1L'lX -. M ' f .--." 1 CAROL I'. XVALI. -P-- " " X A.S. IN NIFDICAI, Fl'lftIllNlQl'li 9 3 Fox STRIQFI 'IVA M W1 lSRl1mf.1ii'oR'l'. Cioxx, ' WN.. Physicttl Science Cluh 23 Batter- vw iology Clluh 2. A , tv, l . vt' NIICZHAIQI, xl. XXKXRGO ISA. IN l'SXCIl0l.0f.Y 66 Hfxlusok Axifxuri BRltir:lQ1roR'l', Cloxx. SCCIACIZIYY-'I.l'C21SllTCI' of Freslimzm Clzms l: Presitlent of Sophomore Class 2: CISL l, 2. 3. 4: Chuirmgm of Psychology Society 3. 4: Student www WK "'lQ.., Spirit Committee Clmirman 33 Phi Clzimnizt Nlu 3, 43 Circle 4. rw ff 59 S114 RICHXRD S. WFISS 4 be . 3- . aw , ,L ' A Wk Ni N.. A .mtg V 4 531 K K, ie M , ,,,, M - 1..,E:f1fE' X .e Q 2 Q. N ' , FYSFXN Q. 5211.31 'gt mt , al V W3 3 H ' S21 P I Q if xl' X "5 4 if X 'm ug A, W le . 4 ., , ,:. , y r 12 I 72:1 ' .4 f .3 Z f 1, W! MM. 'f ' 1 ',4f,ff ., Q. , 5 P 571 . f ,f ff 15 4' ' ' 4 , iii:-'f Maw 2,1-f-'gf , -my 1 49.3 - me -,f ' U f C1,'Og? 03431 fl W f . ,. ,fww W M4 4. .1 S BS. IN 1Nnus'tluA1. R1f.l.AT1oNS 376 IQAST 35TH STREET X v PA 1 lfxsox, 1X1iw ll riksm' JOHN C. WELLES 15.8. nw 1'mfs1cAi- EDUCATION 41 N1o'ru. PLACE SIRAICFORD, CONN. Soccer 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4: Arnold Majors Club 2, 3. 4: Student Council 3, 41 Trezisuter of junior Clzissg lVI'C2lSlll'Cli of ,Senior Class 4: Alum- ni H1111 liozml of Directors 43 Wfhds Who 4. 1-11.11 la. WICRNLXN DAVID A. WESLEY ISA, lx 1-.1 1'NlI'N1.'XRN l'llll'iAI1OX 13.8. IN l'll.1'C1R1CAl, ENCINLZIQRING 1115111 lf.KSl 213 Suu' I'1 E1 ROWLANU Ibtoom x x, Xiu' Ylllilx RIlJl.liIf1l'I.D, Coxx. ' 3.1. ', Spring 11.15 J, f,.lll1IJlIS'lllll1l11lCl' 23 Engineering Society 1, 2, 3, 43 llonor Council fig .Xlumni Hull .Xnltlleur Rzulio Club 4. lioutl ol IJ' il Cb liim 111 ol . nutois .5 iul .Mtixities Clonnnittce 3. 45 Iln lltrltu Rho fl, 4' , 1 1 lJe11n's List 1 sm 41. .4 f 1 Zyl 5, 4 f f , fr' A veym , .WW '. '. ' .,'- I , VW! ff 1 l 1 . xx fiflzsw tr , me K: N X' 5 ... s A... i -. Q M4 a -1 I tg +- si K M s. at ..,.., wi E 1 3 1. ll Q2 albglg JACQUELYN WHITE .X.A. ix Alrikclmunlsiuc 334 BIRCHWOOD ROAD LINDILR, Nliw JERSEY Ski Club 23 Marketing Club Hillel 2. CHARLES H. WHITMAN 15.8. IN PHYSICAL EDUcAT1oN 172-101 EFF1Nc:1'oN AVENUE Fwsniwc, New YORK Qg Baseball l, 23 A Cappella Choir l 2, 3, 4. WW Www fifths.- I 'X tlsvxg ,ll is 1 l ' :xgwjpf 5: 2.1: ,uv Q Hustler' in III'fl.UIl. I'lI 51110511 you zvitlz my I71ll'S6',f jOANNE E. WILCOXSON .-XA. IN GENERAL EDI'CATIoN 3426 MAIN STREET SISRATFORD, CoNN. "l1"5"Q 4f"""b ella" MARCIA M. YVILD B.S. IN NLIRSINKZ 65-09 99'rII STREET FoREsT HILLS, NEYV YORK Student Nurses Association 1, 2, 3, 4: W'onIe's House Government 1, 4: Connecticut State Student Nurses Association 1. 2, 3, 43 Hillel 4. ,r'QA """""h- . . lS.XRlS.XR.-X il. WOOD .X.S. IN lJEN'I'AL Hx'I.II4,NIf IGS Boom Hll,l. RoAD 'l'Rl'NlBL'LL, CONN. l'hi Oniicron Upsilon l. 2: .XIIlCl'l- Ian Dental Hygienists Association I, 2. EDMITND xl. WOLF ISS. IN PSICI-IoI,oI,I' l260 CIFNTRAI, AVIQNIII-2 FAR-RoCKAwAI', LONG IsI.AND, NEW YORK Men's Senate l, 2: Sigma Oniicron Sigma l,- 2. 3, 4: Hillel l, 2, 3, 42 .Scrihe 2, 3, Sports Editor 33 French Club 23 Psychology Society 3, 43 Dean's List 33 Student Council 43 Vice-l'1'esident of Senior Class 43 Helicon Staff 4. HAROLD G. WINDSOR B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 43 HANCQCK STREET BRENTWOOD, NEW YORK Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Kappa Beta Rho 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 IFC 2, Am- old Majors Club 3. 'man Asn if sf 'Q 'fam ' 'Vs NIKOLAUS XVIRTH B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 242 BIERCIZR STREET HICIISTOWN, NEW JERSEY Soccer l. 2. 3, 4: Alpha cillllllllll Phi 3, 43 National liclucation Associa- tion 4. f I ,. ' K ,W 2 'am ,a ,. .Wx Q TWQQ f x?-.UN -:- 'I ' : ' .1 Q51 wx I - -I fn I 'WMM + ,- y i Q - - :,Mw.g.9 9 Qgvsw, ' 15' . .:., 9 W R I NX YK K, . 3 guauww' -M359 Riff! QAM WNNNM I 5 r l'IIXI I IS L.. XXI IND S I .XNIICY QI. NYYSIIICIQ HENRY S. YOIFD Il'ljY A. LXLEX IIS. IN NVRNIVI IRS. IN fXH'Ul'NllYfl BMX. IX NfA'IlIICNI.-YIICLS ,X,5.1N D1fx'1',x1, Hun 7"l1fumS1 Ix11l IRI :mm x' I r ' ' I II. IM. I -2 ,X I-IN SIU C,1,ARksoN S'I'RI?lTT 14.1 H ,num S1 num Rc IIXIHXIUU X, III XNMI I XNIA QQRLIAS lf,xR7x15, fjfpyx, lgklnm.-PUIH' COXN' XVINDSOR' CONN I II XIIINIIIQ, .XNNULIQIIIHII 2, 3. -I3 lim-lu .XIIIILI FI. I. Ncwmgmillulmfg SUL'IClyfO1'II1C Ad- Phi Omimmn Dpgilun I 'I IM m P ' I -I , - In 111 x Im -. 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IN Nuzsixr. till ISIQACH .hiaxuifz SN'.'XNll'SC.0'l' r, Mfxss. Slumlcnl Nurses' Association l, 41 Czrnlerbury Club l, 23 Class rclary of College of Nursing 4 RICIHIAXRIJ D. ZIQKAXIUX IEA. IX liulicz.-x'r1oN 427 CONNlfC'l lCl"I' AH1.xl'l-1 l5Rl11c:r.i'cm'l', Cows. ILXNS LVCKICR 13.8. IX Xl.-XRlxlzIlNl. 3073 ll.uu'i-la .Xufxlll-3 lilzoxx, Xl-w Yiblilx Newman Club 23 National licluca- 50HCl' l- 2. fl. 'li lilllfls ll UCIYII lion Association 3: Young Rcpubli- ffllllf l- can Club 3, 43 Murkcling Club 4. . ,4 M.XlJlil.ON ZUCKIQRMAN 13.5. rx lfI.liFXIIfiN'I'ARY lilJllCAl'lON til"""4'li1 Xvrxrr V. -- vm , , .fy -- - . . - 5 , ff .. lllccmlxlxx, N1-pw YORK W Hillel 1: Womens I-louse Govern- ment 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Presi- clcnl 43 50Cl2ll Activitics Cornlnlttee . , A Y X t . gy asm, 'ff 2: Ski 5, 4. 3 ...W -f com: 12.4 TULA TIONSU 85 'P s- - a.. 1 , - 2 'ef-1. f :Wes -- sf 1 - "- " P- 1 . V -. ww, ,gg - - 5 , H - -. 1 W . I - -. . 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These Dun-aw: ,Wan 'S"""vHwru,w.,., functions relate mainly to the students morale and activity participation is encouraged. A good deal ol the discussion centered about plans for the new Student Union. All meetings were held in the rustic lodge in between tennis, golf swimming, and horseback riding. VVith the right combination of work and play, much was accomplished towards an ever-improving admin- istration-student relationship. 1 X ' - Sqn -is Q 2, ,QW ,A , 4. i . V ff W. I I N W ii 1 ,.,. , . '?"?P"f+- me ll in ge -. ,- My F ,. Q surf - was , H V . V- -1' by Wezg Nw ex , ., 'Nw fm-ff S Q 'ii sri- as -. i 3 , , ,, lv , -"W X S 2. 3 .qsszszs , 5' 'Sefjfg .. ,. QQ law - , 1 A X Q we , ,? as FRESHMAN . W, his an if with it ,W Y. ww ,wha . X W ff ,,V Q , 924 -- , V 4. ,, , 9 3 mfg ll L, ' Z1 ., ,Lf Q. 1, .,,,, W, 4, a f, ,. L 95, ' yy. 4 7 be 4, fa? 'W ,Xll summer the freshman week committee met to formulate plans and activities to orientate the freshman with college life at U.l5. There were many meetings and suggestions in order to help the new students adjust to college life. Frank Mixak and lack Stewart guided the chairman of the different committees and proposed a schedule ol events which were beneficial to the student hotly as well as the new freshman. Those activities which took place were of many types, The first assembly was the introduction of the adminis- tration and faculty to the frosh. Other events followed which were of a social nature and which allowed the fresh- man to lic-come more acquainted with the campus. Different athletic contests were also planned at which time the students intermineled. The highlight of freshman week was the crowning of the Frosh Queen, Maria Nuno, at the Freshman Ball. liveiyone worked hard to make this week a success, and judging hy the smile on the fresh new faces many frosh look forward to the next incoming class. ,w g si' - 5 EEK xc 5 hx w.. 5Q,j..,:' . E , --L EN Q.. ,X Q., . 'N K. W . xv Z Ziif. 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The ceremony pays tribute to a group of girls who think education is important enough not only to pass their course in school during the regular academic year, but also to go on affiliation during the hot summer months. 2 x 5, W I YMQ in Q,-uv A Rl' ' , 2 'S ,N M WJ. .W iv 'M ' eg Us is www murals 5 s , 3 ' K M gg g i all 'Af 5 Q S22 it if , Fi A je L22 P 6 as HZXJ is if f 1 V, 94 N CAPPING Y I , -y - sg - s, . .- f t -. - . f .Q ii cf, ,.,x fr . .sf 'iff ff , a vi !- ' e "-- I ' -l .,,. y . 5 F if " X ' 1'5"-M - 'MY - f" A?:- " 1- H eww 5 f' W' A'-. .2 .2 T ' X .X ., '53 - -J Q ' E 9 0 we 2-: . K f-.A V1 -I " V 'swag 4' I li - f' ' it msn' N' A We at 'ft M fi'-'ii T 69 N 'Niue - W -A 'K"2 J K ' . L s y - S i if T t , , A. ,, -x "-' Y' is . 'Y lx my 1 , ,vm ff i V .fi Capping for freshmen in the Fones School of Dental Hygiene took place this year on February 12, being held for the first time in the Trustees' Room ol Dana Hall. The ceremonies mark the academic progress of the students at the end of the first semester of collegiate study. This year's class of fifty was the largest in Fones School history. Dr. Henry Littlefield, vice- president of the University, presided at the capping cere- monies. Benefactor Charles Anderson Dana spoke to the group, congratulating the students on their accom- plishments. va ,I-em PLEDGING 1 --lQ'vs."1t+-ltzlilt '53 N ' . ii ' 1 22:1 1 VV V V Keg, of N' 1 ' , 1 . 515' X 1 X NP QL. - S, I 1 ' oi sl f Yi ' X 1 i . s '-Yifgff xv ' .qw vi g 11 ii .X x , , . - 1 X its gag ' X A fi 1 . 11- xi' Va- --.-. . + s 2 1 N ,, F. f is Qfw q'-' S121 ' iii? 5 1 V .X 1 Ve VV-wt Vs wi fafmuig .. ' " 1 gn' ' '1 2 , 1 .Q V-" , 1-L 1 ,, ' , - 1 - Q V1 , V 1 1 .M -V V V ' V . ' V if V ix .P Q N . 'X if , .Y , fy 311. a,,,,:Q,M yay, 6, in 1553115 L wg , i I M3 ,. . Q x' .QMV ' ' 1 P 1 I ff , s... s 1 ll sf tvs. , 5 . I M. it 5 , 31 ur. . ' ' . IQ ' wx t . ...ggi 1 -3-3: 1,1 . 5.3 V 3 , 5 -241' A K wr we lg., ' ' X g .:Iz',1?"' x-7 .4 . sas .,.,,,.,,., ,R , V f Q ,. V? y :V 4 N A Vj .1 ., . , , 1, M to 1 . 3 VV V V mug 1 x vofx MA W 7 sm K xy Y 9. Vlllll' Greek letter oiffzuiizzitioiis Llffillll lollowecl the llllL'll-Fl'LllClillll Council Jlzin ol universal l'Ll5llll'l0' and Jleclff- D D D D ing. 'lll1e uiunitigttetl were invited to tens und SIZlgS, wliere they sl1yly wzttelietl the poised "Greeks," who were con- tlescentlingly UlJbCl'Vlllg lllL'Ill. Alter the exciting :intl son1etin1es nerve WllllClill1g period ol rushing, the mysterious Ciieek xvoiltl opened to nuiny. lt proved lllllfll less IllySfCl'lUllb on closer exaininzttion. Hllltecolleget'11l11puswitsllXlnSl'ol'i11etllJy uniquely eostuinetl pledges who haul to peiilorni el1oi'es and antics, plezising the pitilt-ss l11'otl1eis :incl sisters ztt all tinies. 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" T i , The two weeks Qwhich seemed more like two months at timesj of informal and formal pledging culminated in the overwhelming weekend which included hell night and pledge trips. The pledges tried to be prepared for anything but the Greeks outguessed most of them. Finally, the exciting moment came - initiation - and the Greek organizations truly shone in all their splendor. This is a thrilling time for both the pledges, who are experiencing it for the first time, and for the brothers or sisters, who are reliving their first time. .uri 'aww' ....-aa , ga, . Q A A A -4 4 5? w i v 5+ y. azz 5. X A , X Vx f , A A X X Q Q Q K 4 5 X if ,una , .. , , . ,. ,O XA S 4 Q f ,V r- . S I fgmxeqwgg. ww HS 98 fn M -1 ., Q. M.. N7 MQ W 'f" i 0 n N. M,- wx 5 SQ? , r im sw '1' .218 awe ,,,,N., am x ,K H Q . f vm: Q y ,, ' N ., '...,: A gy Q ' -, , 5: Wmw -5 59 A :AA - ,, -A g . .5?"gZT2 335,1- , I fi 'N W "?15f'? , Nw . X MN., A X4-. .M . " M , 134 2, Aw, W . 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They work for four months, repeating a part, a dance, or ul t . ,-1 " M gif, J s x x, x x. xfxrsrxzw 3 5 "5 lw'QXeTi'n'e' , s ,, .s.,Xt.s.s.t c. A X X ,, 1. 1 Y, ,4 al AH " ,fp 4' U97 X f ,,-W .,. VW , , X 1 ya E ,... xg X SN hQKX't,y"V .5 as X. X . K, X ima, GQ ,I sz:-iw n 4 M me 1, I +-f fx, ,Wi af ,gg N , 9 .tv mf,-'f f " an act again and again, trying to achieve perfection before the big moment when the curtain rises and the genie steps forth. This year "The Peacock Season," an entertaining musical taking place in New York City and Tuxedo Park in the early l900's, was presented. xi ,, wi E ' 102 ig, , 4? Q, jg, if H ik 4 ,Y ff ff H v w ff 1 M az 0 . , w,V,hA Q 6 e C035 ww 1 ,, ,ig Qiii -- M We' " f5'1:IE:f2:5?5 2 "' N- V X, KX, Y :Vx EW " 314.9 Nc. Q. .., , ' -' +'MQw'+ fs?-1 Q x. Y X X , X X Q XNNQ sw . vvxsgw gf VN Qc, R ymmiffi x ,:5-1. 90 X PM Q' x ' X f ex S, A 1 x B ' ' 4 Q bk W N 2 B , X 4 psy Ax 'ox 'Fx x K Q xx v X , f 9 Q 9 4 Mfwif' , mt ,I A, 27? Km, ' - Q 5 f.. .9 , 4 ,, Q-M.-, - f ,. ...-Q21 V V y f Wwfyafztf.-W -f , V t C W W? rv x f Q " 40140041 ,. amz- V, ,. ,. ,M 1 .1 DliallQA lb '- , f :Kg .- -WWE wwf V, ,,' f X 4 gm :fi sl if ,WN i 9' ' If i tw X-Q, I, ag, ,,1.i5i7i1i 'N ' f li 'X , ix is X w iii. , , , by Q . ii sv if in WW .LLQ is p v s X X n f X Q bw QW . A 'ss quo ,M 'W -4' ' W pwss Mi sn-wf Z 9 Zi Q.--e 'GW KL "Mm ?t'i7x The Charles A. Dana Scholarship program established at the Univer- sity of Bridgeport by Mr. Dana is perhaps the most important ol this generous benefactors several "investments" totaling well over one million dollars at the University. The purpose of the scholarship program is to identify and encourage students of academic promise who have completed at least one year of college satisfactorily, who are in need of linancial assistance, and who show potential traits of leadership and evidence indi- cating future successes in business, industry and the professions. -iw ,isp 'E - as , r ' fi-, . its t li 1' ' x 2 gr ,. . A ,-1' Q' , rig,-1' JIS' Y F a , 'ii ,pf , -e Q. . -- 'iff ggi: ' H i 3 5? f we ,iii ' Aw? mnlfwf- 'JF' mw- .X s 1 L ' 1' Qhiii,,tix'+'B'f1 glia l , 'iii l' 'V 5 aw Q E i E f'Qx O1 A ,,u-Q.,-. a ' ACOBY LECTURES The Frank Jacoby lectures were established at the University of Bridgeport in 1952 by the late Frank Jacoby "to further the brotherhood of man and the equality of man regardless of race, color, or creed." Dr. Ralph Bunche initiated the series of lectures in 1952, and was followed by various distinguished national figures. This year Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., symbol of the passive resistence fight to end segregation, spoke on "The American Dream". Addressing an attentive two thousand students and townspeople, Dr. King stressed the importance of America's be- coming a truly democratic country, providing equal opportunities for all. He emphasized the fact that "Brotherhood is our only salvation." After the lecture, Dr. King participated in a question and answer period with the University Student Council and other members of the audience. 105 A 1 ,ff ae 1 . ' 1 My .jnzg.s.fL 1:22 Q2 iq fi , SYWNX N-ff' QM ' 'i W X Eff "KO 0. .9 s W 'ziveiss 1 saws H 1 A "" kv Q 'ffsbt QQ, . A x ,ex , Q S.. ,X 'Miva ' ' ' ' 1. -N' X X . 'Xe Q ' P: x x '-if ,Q V 'wt 5 fs ,Bram , 539 Q5 :Wg Q V .as is VA 'R University of Bridgeport students raised 3i320,l50 in week-long UB Day activities lrorn among lellow classmates, area merchants and suppliers to help meet an expected 5185000 deficit on their 351,410,000 student center. Individual pledges, work projects, area solicita- tion, and a "slave market" were employed by the students in an ellort to boost campaign contribu- tions. A goal of 535,000 had been set by student cam- paign leaders, but university ollicials expressed "sincere appreciation" for the funds received. Con- tributions lrom part-time Evening Division students at the university continue to be received. Theta Sigma fraternity won the top prize of a 24- .Sarzdrn Stein. Cliff Green giving acl- vance donation to stu- dents jack Welles and Office of Campus productiofns U.B Day skit. . B. DAY inch golden trophy cup in competition among camp- After buying these lovelies at the IFC us Creek-letter groups and clubs and or ganiyations. The brothers of Theta Sigma contributed a total of 532010, an average of - IJCI N V J 61.8 on .511 1 5, , W l ' ,, 1' ,sy def ? l X M531 P A f,f. .l T " 0 ' A55 y fam' 'ik T, W" W ' . 5 s ' ' 2+ ' ,M-,wg-, 1' " ' , fg gc :""fai'1g't'ii i , QA f , E ,, Ti Ts, wNmMuTu"""""4-5-....gQ,gLw f if 1, 7 , 1,1 slave H1lC1fl07TK1lTt Pffankuch has it ro-ugh 106 Awards were presented at a final report meeting in the university gymnasium yesterday afternoon. The "slave mart" preceded the repo-rt meeting. The top individual soliciter was Oliver Tenny of 1920 Main Street, Stratford, a member of Theta Sigma fraternity. Tenney collected S800 from 80 con- tributors. 1-Ie was presented with a gold watch by the university's board ol' Llssocigttes. Theta Sigma lraternity also won lirst prize in com- petition among lraternities and sororities lor its con- tribution ot 51010. Permanent possession ol' a trophy presented by Moo-ney's Sport Shop was awarded to the group. Challee Hall, lirst lloor, a dormitory lor women, in competition with other dormitory groups, was award- ed a Zenith stereo portable phonograph donated by the Zenith Corporation ol New York. The men's senate won lirst prize in competition among campus clubs and organizations. The group was presented with a gavel and sound block donated by the Schwerdtle Stamp Company. The "slave mart" captured the fancy of university students with both coeds and male students "sold" in lots of three or four. Prices received ranged upwards from "three coeds for a dollar" to more than S17 for five males. The coeds appeared to have more spending money, and in many instances "pooled their resources" to purchase "slaves" for themselves. The "slave mart" added a total of 35161.50 to the campaign total. Prof. Harry Kendall served as auctioneer. Lv A free brmkfast to get in the "giving and getting" mood. L, lo R.: Marilyn Lipsius, R'epresen1'al'ive of Bela Gamma, Dennis Paulin, represenfafive of Thela Sigma, Oliver Tenny, high individual, Audrey Aspin, represenlafive of Chaffee firsl' floor, Roberl' Thomas, Presidenl' of Theta Sigma Frafernily, and Jaclr Welles, Chairman of 'lhe U.B. Day Fund Raising Commilfee. FRESHMAN QUEEN Maria Soledad N uno Se xgx xx xg JZ ' 2: Q ,N f 4, X my A . x A' A ? 7 32?-s ' s X ,MW -My x x W A? s 1 6? gg Q 75, Y W Q , ' . 3 ' if X 55 . , gb 5 V ffWu.v-.-'M' P5 f P fx aa f 2 . 2 3 Q, 1 Q i i l I nf wwf hm' PW.: ns llff' fairy-flax, her Cheeks like the dnzurz of day." . . . . . Longfellow r Y i P i 1 1 1 1 5 Y 1 i N 1 SNOWFLAKE QUEEN Diane Winter orgensen 1 1 A X 4 f 4 'f f lf' - X X V+ c S xx Yam, 1 Q x 4, Y YQ? A A s ,I ew 2' ,QXX 'fgfis ,V L m , ww x, 4 :LW 'i QM. ,:' ,M , 5155 3 WW, 5 , fi ,sg 'fy -flgiffkt ,ffq fi . f " . Aww ' " Q.: 2? , Q i iv 1 -' gx .. 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AZ QM: will -' ' , , w 4 ,cf , A ,W s 1 fx' 4' vw pg V S116 ZUIIHLS' in !n'r111Iy lffrf' ffm nigh! of Clnlzfllclss Clizzzes fl 5irzrry sides." . . . . . Bylllll GREEK GODDESS Beth Louise Lipsius .ph 4 .1-04" P 'fu ..--v-"""f Wi mm Riimwyaw. v WUUNMNW +4 ww CZGTJUQTJZQ N STUDENT CGUNCIL ,mo Row I: Mr. William Wrighr, Joan Flynn, Philip Organ, Franlc Mizalc, Danial Ianniello, Elizabefh Bohn. Mr. William DeSiero. Row 2: Slanley Pollaclc, John Welles, Elizabelh Richens, Edmund Wolf, Michael Landolphi, Roberi' Lysilc. Row 3: Michael Schrefer, Nancy Buclrhouf, Thomas Campbell, Susan Chary, Phyllis Thompson. Row 4: Joseph Winseclr, Minna Horoviiz, Ronald Wender, Marilyn Lipsius, Roberi- Pairignelli, Herberi' Rippe, Elaine Rubin, Susann'e Horner Row 5: Thomas Gorman, Kennelh Begelman, Norman Gering, Michael Marsalc, Lawrence Brezner, Eleanor Guerrera, Ellioi' Mininberg. Abseni: Pairicia Daslro. OFFICERS Frank Mizak oo dashes s..... E, Y...eeeesa President Philip Organ ooo Y,a,a, oo Vice-President Elizabeth Bohn ooo who Recording Secretary loan Flynn and lmao, ooo Corresponding Secretary Daniel Iannicllo -. aw- .sa,...,.ee.., Treasurer Mr. William T. DCSiCro We --- Advisor n 1 1 QQ ,,Nz:-wh X .A N X? Q 33" , fax x 9. , ff. X X Q ,1 S ': K x- 9. . QS sg 5 X M 1. Q-UA , . -ww fx A 1 4 x ffyzw A -M , ASXSGAQ K -E ,-wg fig QQ .54 Y. f 51 ' ? 15 . A ff .--M , ? 1 2' 1 f . 4 ,.X,,,x 1. Q 1 x 6 I ,, , f 4,55 fp 4 ' , aX'C5"f f ' v f 55 ,, of? Q J ,hiv iv fwglfgi. n gd: SM 4'4g A5 I Y ff fqy fl wav? Yffi' ff' ff , '06 M f 7 4.1 ,J 'Q QQ , Vw: 5' f fi I 'sd V .. '?5'5i7. : i1J' ' A WISTARIAN mua- wg-2 6 49 f m Row I: Bob Anderson, Ilene Wiseman, Jaclc Sfewarf, Barbara Canfalini, ancl Margie Lind. Row 2: Franlc Miller, Sieve Wafers, Phyllis Wydo, Marilyn Loolce, Debbie Harlley, Anilmony B. Manucl1. "If we could eliminate the joker in the group, we would afromplislz murlz more at these meetings." Kr Now that jack has left, this is how the cover will look After innumerable discussions and disputes, and votes, and revotes at weekly meetings throughout June, xluly, and Au- gust, a tremendous effort is put forth to produce the yearbook. Hundreds of pictures and page upon page of copy are gathered and placed in separate files. Layouts are planned, copy typed and proo-f read, pictures collected' and itemized. This mass is then checked and re- checked, Later, galley proofs are returned by the publisher and each page must be checked once again. After months of long and varied work there is the satis- faction of seeing' a book emerge from hopeless confusion. The job of satisfying a student body of over two thousand, with a tremendous diversity of opin- ions, influences the staff to try a different style of year book each year in an effort to find the' one which is the best rep- resentation of the men and women of the University of Bridgeport. ,,.,n-f X .ss UK s , N ITTN., . ..... K , -K sa- ' ., . ,MM 5 There are some wonderful ideas in the 1959 FLAME." John B. Stewart III ssss Robert Anderson ss es.. Barbara Cantalini ss ss Frank Miller sssss ssss Elizabeth Simmons sss Ilene Mfiseman sss sss Rona Lazin ..., ss s Victor Muniec ss ....es s Richard Akland Barbara Freedman Deborah Hartley Margaret Lind 1 4: I 1 ff arf' OFFICERS sssssss ssssssss sssssss Editor-in-Chief ssssss sssssssss s ssss Assistant Editor STAFF s ss ss s Business Manager ss s ss s s Layout Editor sss sssss Copy Editor Co-ordinating Editor ss ss Feature Editor s s s ss Advisor AnthonyiI3. Manuch glean Varaljay Stephan IVaters Robert IVoll'e l23 5 Q ., .. ,4L:::::r::-2:'1aKz:"?4 f 3 Z. 511 .- wgi f ft w,t.w.am .xvtwf-aw-,Sf gag fy Q39 ,2S?wf1X':sfy N5 925151. ,A go? 5? 4 sf oyg gi? X, v Q X 4 , X gig? xl W fv 4 , s 1 5, yzgf, gpg? P ,V,,. .,,, Q 5 M 5 ,,..,vf'f,: fi. 2 , :f ,J 55 K. , , 3 fx, .F ' 4? Af , I 40 'f,4, f af , , .W , an E ,, ,ff , ,M 'Q If-' - f Qff ,:'v"'z1f,7' l, 'f . A L, '7,.z,'.Ff ,f ,W , f f' W' ,fr 2 Q ff , 'sf ,HU yah-I-an 2 xg Nb ,. SCRIBE New .,,,...-1' f 1 Ecliior, John P. Wright fra OFFICERS John P. Wright ... , ., Leonard Barlow - ..., .-- Pat Tomasetti .. we ,,--------a,aa---a Editor ,-aa-a,Eaaaa Copy Editor S, ,,-.... Business Manager Lou Haber .-...,.... -ts EEEEEEEE Advertising Manager Marty Riger ,a,.... E-. .... -, ,.....,..... Sports Editor Mary Ann Mainiero aaaaaeaaea Assistant News Editor Frances Smith ..aa.aat,,.,..aad Assistant Copy Editor Jim Hill N--- w.a,...,, S a,aa.., Assistant News Editor Stan Mandell ,... ,saaaasa Walters Zuckerman aa-, ,aw, S Donald Karo our N- .,.,, -nav Prof. Howard B. Jacobson Assistant Business Manager -- Circulation Distribution Circulation Promotion , E as ...C Advisor i i , l l l 5 l 'u I '- '02 sf' V and mails copies to neighboring colleges. The hectic seven-day schedule which involves every Scribe enthusiast on today's campus is a commendable example of growth and of group effort in contrast to the Junior College Scribe of 1930, which operated on a S50 budget to produce a newspaper serving a mere 60 students. Circulation then could not rise above 25 copies. Today the Scribe issues 30 papers during the aca- demic year to 3,000 readers and services more than 100 advertising accounts: thus, the University now can boast of recognized journalists which once numbered among its Scibe Staff. In the Scribes Marina Hall office each Thursday, as for the IJZISK 31 years, the birth of the school news- paper begins. Reporters scour the campus for evidences of the Univc-rsity's changing scene. The copy editor coordinates the rewriting of this copy for use in print and uses his discretion as to the amount of space a story may receive. The staff as a whole must produce one of the schools most important communicative mediag thus, the paper must be not only meaningful in content, but also symmetrical in its appearance. Before the finished product is cast in lead, each article receives scrutinous attention. On the following Thursday morning, the circulation manager distributes the Scribe to campus newstands .Aqyfin f sv. ml , X HELICO .AWN we 'Vim Row I: Sidney Kohn, Ar+l1ur Sullan, Elliol Mininberg. Row 2: Ronald Cosfa, Frank Miller, William Cooper, Michael Waller. The Helicon is the University's aesthetic expression of literary values open to all willing contributorsg its pages offer an ever-expanding mode of communication for those who lind gratification in the iffritten word. The 1961 edition was one of the most successful in the Helzfcorfs history. Committed to an editorial policy eniphasizing high literary quality, the magazine enjoyed popularity among both students and faculty. Seventeen hundred copies were distri- buted on campus and through the mail. . Q, Ficfion ecliloa P0el"Y Edllol' 6? Eclilor-in-chief were xx: N ,Q . . iam , 525 11, sr X X i Q f msmrqswwf S354 . 010 ' si w:ws2s:'Q.W vvxiwefs e ff. ., I Q, HO'S HO Dcnnis Bilccu lfllllllllltl XVoll .loan Flynn 'u....,- V i John XVe1ls 9 wr 'R Q if C? ' 5 x,,.. 'Q 2, KQQAW1 x " ' i C101 don Vhgner X X X. ,QNX f NYG' x, QL . , .A , I 'N V 3? Mgt ,, -. A .: ' .. ,. -f wit Sam - - A Am: . , - , vw?-xxx i X ,. ' -A f-QN 4 .-4 13 2 N Rf N A ink A A A A M Q K RN ' N sn- A 'N A t V9.5 N Q A A-my NX t 1 x 25? - 4 ww gg, X wil-SQ Zig' sNk R ' 1 A X, Nqxxx X Q wx, A ,, RQ Vx if 32 'Q lq,-4v,'s, Ak ff ' rIil1OlllZlS Crmnzln lulin Nlzijcsko W' E- if ig wtf qt., gg, - , AN A oscph Trinidad - t J 5 I' F ..-uk Q 8 Elizabeth Richens Xl? 9 mmf Pllllip Organ Stanley Pollack ...A1 , ,gk W4 , V1 7 I it ii ,J Ny' ' AMERICAN CCLLEGES AND U IV V I ., WM, gr , 4 If Y Lx , swf ' , , , lk 1 Elliot Nlininlmt-iw gn v ERSITIES 127 ALUM I H LL BO RD OF DIRECTORS fm Row I: Mr. William Wrighl, Roberi' Verna, Judilh Kovalslcy, Carole I-lalltovic, Carol Hareliclr, Edward Fernandez, Mrs, Marion Hofchltiss. Row 2: John Welles, Gale Werman, Paula Hoffman, Donna Kirschner, Elaine Rosen, Waller Rosenbaum. Row 3: Sfanley Pollack, Elliol Mininberg, Lawrence LaCon+e. Absenf: Robin Allieri. The Alumni Hall Board of Directors is the ultimate source of authority for the programming of social activities sponsored by this wp student center. Although for years this building has been the dynamic force attracting commuters, dorm students, and faculty to relax mo- mentarily from academic tensions, soon its activity will be on a memory. Among the pleasantries recalled will be the multitude of student entertainment the Board contracted, such as the Yale Wliiffenpoofs, the Talbot Brothers of Bermuda, comedian Joey Adams, a Talent Show, personalities from the American Shakespeare Theater, and Coffee Hours for both evening and day students. By the fall of l96l, the new Alumni Hall Student Center will func- tion as the "hub" of student activities. In preparation, the Board has been expanding its programming of events and planning of new amuscments to enable the new center to be used to its fullest capacity. Presidenl' Carole Hallrovic Row I Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Absenr The Political Relations Forum, industriously in- volved in the practical application of politics, is the means by which students can actively partake in the governmental control of Connecticut. For three consecutive days, twenty University of Bridge- POLITICAL RELATIONS FORUM efwxmfs Judilh Kovalslcy, Michael Wargo, Joan Alper, Kurl' Pfannlcuch. ' William Cooper, Michael Waller, Joseph Bob'er, Nancy Buclchouf, Virginia Paga.no, Healher Carpenler Palrncua Kearney Kenneih Begelman, Gerald Frauwirih, Barbara Hampson, Donald Kaiser, Hazel Rubin, Edward Fernandez Judilh Graves, Richard Hampson, Arfhur Sullan, Dennis Rich, Ralph Grlmdldl. Lawrence Laconle' William DeSiero, David Simpson. port students congregate at the state capitol in Hartford to exchange ideas and impressions with members from seventeen other colleges and univer- sities. This year, Arthur Sultan and David Simpson aired their political biases in the mock "House" The University obtained also two Senate chairman- ships, Edward Fernandez and jack Rosenberg, and one House Committee chairmanship, Michael Wargo. To arouse interest in politics on campus, the P.R.F. sponsors lectures, conducts a parliamentary procedure workshop, and directs all major campus elections. The P.R.F. is the training-ground for future statesmen and political enthusiasts. OFFICERS Michael Walsgo use aaa,a,-a,a,-- PICSldCf1i David Simpson ,- ew Vice President Mike Walters -,- - TIUSUICI Iggn Alper ace do Recoidinv Secictaiy Judy Kovalsky he me Corresponding Secietaiy ga. ,, .Mt ,fthe- A CAPELLA CHQIB--- QQ H6 of ff ,W ai, .qv afiuvea Q slimy l.mw,' sag! 2 2 5 ein ,iii ixlgfilcii iw , .. r. .4 . 1 f V W v . V ., -1 sf .,., f.. ......, s. . . ws.s,.a Q:S. :Q3CZ-5'-:Q-'aa:s2Qs.4s. 1:52. -- Z X v. t . ., . ,. .. .,.. Ls. . . ,, 4, A .s is -:s--:s Qi. Q-.o :..fs9M sa-its y--.:,,- .:fewfqpff.yy-.f f: ,-4371: f pp -b """4'ia ' vivaff ea sew ic The choir's activities are full and varied. Each sea- son begins with a week-long music workshop held dur- ing tall term registration. Here the students are brought into the spirit ol' the choir and gain a basic knowledge of the years musical repertoire. The first big event ol the season is the Christmas Concert, During the Christmas season. the choir also has numerous small engagements and day-hop tours to Connecticut high schools. The spring tour, taken on the Choir's Easter vacation, brings the group to high-school and Parents association groups farther away from the U.B. campus. Long Island and Massachusetts have been visited re- cently. The regular season is ended by the spring con- cert at the University in April, but the choir con- tinues to rehearse and audition new members for the following year. Although its history is brief, the Choir is an im- portant part of lile at the University of Bridgeport. Through campus performances, one day tours, and the Spring tour, the Choir has brought its love of music to student and adult audiences in New York, Massachu- setts, New jersey, and Connecticut. mmm!! . Choir membership is open to any student at the University. There is nearly always a rep- resentative from each college, including Arnold, Arts and Sci- ence, Business, Dental Hygiene, Education, Engineering, Nurs- ing, and Secretarial students. Auditions of prospective mem- bers are held each spring and fall. Each hopeful student is judged on both individual musi- cal talent and that special abil- ity to blend with the group, which is so important in a small choir. Football season suggests the emotional fervor of competition, tension, and togetherness of stu- dents to defeat a rival. The Purple Knights' Marching Band, demonstrating to the invigorat- ing cadences of school chants, adds to the color and excitement of the day. As the largest band organized on campus for more than a decade, the Purple Knights have the visible strength of size and the unseen relent- less desire for precision. The addition of a new percussion instrument intensified the breath- taking throbbing beat one experiences as the band plays. To the members, the sounds of "left, ,V6 1 V U33 ,jj WWW, .. right - get in step - left, right - watch your lines" while stumbling through Barnum Field in a victory march will always remain fa- miliar. we -Q, -. A , Z 2 X Fall changes to winter, the trees lose their foliage, and with the change in seasons the University Marching Band, the musical ex- ponent to football, becomes a Concert Band. The one-time relentless marchers become re- laxed sitting musicians. In performing for such memorable occasions as the Jacoby Lecture, Spring Concert, Grad- uation, and concerts open to public attendance at the Klein Memorial. the members gain a gratifying feeling of pride in having contributed to the success of these events and to f : W t H is 3 .--, 5 Q ,,., ,.,, , D . 5 the enioyment of its Q4 .,: fi i'i"'i" . .i 'V gi ,,., 4 participants. all A ' In progressing si- multaneously with the growth of the University, the band 5 will enlarge and don X 3 new uniforms to brighten their com- ing performances. 5' .1 Eclwin Griswold fSocial Cliairmanl, Florence Caferson lVice Presidenll, Alan Newman lPresiden'l'l, Clara Taltacs fMembersl1ip Cliairmanl. Row Row Row Row Row PHI OMICRO UPSILOL Q F5 r i A x Sophomore-:s fm fi ,-1 Y 'K v::vEE! v ww P' l i V l r by Ann Marlin lSocial Chairmanl, Joan Meierovifz, Barbara Fosfer lpresidenil, Bridgenne Puerrofres lvice-presidenrl, Alberia Defeo lcorresponding secreiaryl, Barbara Ruedemann. Maryann Baldwin, Cynfhia Mewcombe, Sheila Magerer, Barbara Wood, Carol Girvan, Gail Blowers, Donna Creafuro. Barbara Candelora, Maryann Mifchel, Maryann Troiano, Audrey Koppel, Lana Freedman, Lynn Barnebl. Margarei' Lind, Dolores Venrrilio, Barbara Sfaselowicz, Mary Ann Mylen, Marieiia Scarpa. Linda Tobias, Judirh Zalenslri, Sara Sfearns, Joyce Durlcin, Carole Siswiclc. Phi Oniiciion Upsilon, the denlzil hygiene sorority, :ic- quziints l'llLlll'C dental hygienists with the lLllOSyIlCl'ZlSlCS ol' the denlzil profession. The organ- ization zitleinpts to breed the qualities ol good lellowship :ind coopc-1'zitio1i, both of which are necessziry :iuributes for one in- volved in serving the public. Freshman Row Row Row Row Row ' JJ? Qi, . : V , as as K ,N rw ob B rf e o f F, S S ee ,y y y 00 0 Karen Revaz lsecreraryl, Dorolhy Pzynslci lpresidenfl, Sharon ColleHe llreasurerl, Lucy Schoniflce lvice presidenrl. Elaine Camosse, Marilyn Pollalc, Pauline Maynard, Pafricia Shannon, Maryann Addario, Beverly Vacon, Palricia LaFleur. Cindy Kalenflcowski, Dororhy Porosclci, Rollie Barnes, Donna Waflcins, Gail Fri'rz, Leslie Miller, Susan Podbereslcy. Susanne Horner, Pafricia Haughey, Miki McCue, Parricia DeMarchi, Rurh GarreH', Marylou Laudano, Sandra Marlcs. AnneHe Eparlcowslcy, Helene Dudiclc, Maxine Lappin, Norma Proio, Sally Ann Cohen, Paula Scharzer. W Row I: Row 2: Row 3: STUDE T URSES ASSOCIATIO The Basic Student Nurse's Associ- - t M M ation, a voluntary organization, offers its members participation in district, if M :TL state, and national affairs as conducted 'aw iiii fl Q. by this organization. afigl -Q V The group plans the annual Mile- R N A . ,,, stone-marking Ceremony, at which time l B 4 each class in the Basic Program is recog- I ,..:A .:.s' - . " nized for its endeavors in the nursing 'N . . rfb, wx K5 if Judith Chapman lrecording secrelaryl, Marylyn Loolre lsecond vice presiclenil, Kay-Ann Mesaros lpresidenfl, Marie Peferson lfirsl' vice presidenfl, Sandra Rice lcorresponding secrefaryl. ,4 ,X Phyllis Wydo, Marcia Wild, Gail Bauer, Bernadine Morgan lfreasurerl, Barbara Faborslcy. Beverly Slone, Janice Fecldersen, Gail Minly, Anfie Orbanowslci. if s r gf profession. Freshmen receive name pins: s msg s., 1 Q Q , .X 1 X. Q sophomores, the first cap, juniors, the University insignia: and seniors, the purple band. Each award is well-de- served by the recipient. The Association sold mums for Home- coming, staged a welcoming pizza party for all students, and were hostesses for the State Student Nurse's Association Convention. as s s l if CNRNA The College of Nursing Registered Nurses Association represents the regis- tered nurse who returns to the edu- cational environment not only to im- prove her professional methods, but also to gain confidence as a responsible in- dividual, citizen, and pro-fessional nurse. The organization programs profes- sional men to speak as representatives of law and medicine and other en- deavors Which affect the nurse's work. Students participate also in the campus activities during Homecoming and U. B. Day. ffqgiieyfil-34.31411 Q ' X 337 Z2 . ., v M- e gg w " V ,, I V ,J '41, -:1f. f.,e,, Q., f -' qw rw Q , mi ' - t' w f xaizzfwsa - ,, 5 N -, 'J Y ' 4:2 V .' I A '... 'i 'fl lfv d g f 5, '-gf ff ' ' C0 v ,. Q? .f - -1 X Nh: an fa V at Z - I fc if f ' J 4, 49 , ., Ay , .-.--.., , 'A Q 5 f gi'- , V , K, V? ' Y a' 'Wifi 5 1 C., J 2 ig ,K , . 1 N Q A w,.,4v,, 7 2 5 .- W WFJQ ' 9 ' ' i t!-.- 2' f fiksig . -1' .L 'mf as V ,P4Ws,'YiZ?i'iMif'Z"4R42EdiEfh-iiikik lf' -f' '- - f 1 4-fa .s amz .swa .sw -ap yy fx- M-ws -- A17f""" ' ,. .. ' - ., .,.. ,..,,, . . ., , ' ' ,:':1.- 19 '42w2W4r., . ., , , 4955 r?-"cz's:3,.1'iF'-WG! B:-VS ,1:Y'."+:V" -.::, . Q. , ,. 4115 'if L?12'5F"if21:f,. 1,22-.7 , : 1 Q' a' A vpn- 42 79- , Q X592973 i ' ' fW'f.- , Q , ,E 'S M -as I V.,, A re- im., K ,Q ' K f -QW fi X ' - . Q-gi..-3 ,, " , fr ,. ,X htm gafffff ii, was iw' . Q vc- V ' 'P' ' , N gh grfi. -J JK Row I: Ann Osfopchul: fadvisorl, Lare'Ha Bolcine lcorresponding secrefaryl, Eleanor Guerrera lpresidenfl, E+hel Gledhill lclass hislorianl, Barbara Canfalini lireasurerl, Julia Bunlc lrecording s'ecre'l'aryl. Row 2: Mary Solcol, Madeline Krolr, Frances Danaher, Grace Donahue, Dolores Mafhias, Barbara Lee. Row 3: Florence Danforfh, Gladys Swaenepoel, Consiance Palmer, Joyce Warichar, Francis Savering, Phyllis S+ein'er. fi ii i ii i :Si , S : , ,'...: 'X-, ,Q X . Q I J Q , x X MEN 'S HOUSE GOVERNMENT aw .r X I S gi 'V W M f ,, ,Affair X- s. ' Row Row Row Row Row HO OR Marcia Shear lfreasurerl, Rosemary Gannon lvice presiclenfl, Madaline Zuclcerman lpresiclenfl, Linda Broden lrecorcling secrelaryl, Tanina Farah lcorresponding secrefaryl, Susan Shary lslu- clen+ council represenlalivel. Ka+l1ryn Kormondy, Donna Selliclc, Joyce Carpen+er, Suzanne Kramer, Carol Gardner, Eslher Simon, Viclri Gilberf, Susan Snipper. Carol Lieblein, Barbara Levine, Barbara Deluca, Rosland Barnes, Elizabelh Ambrogio, Susan Kramer, Juclilh Ehrlich, Joy Kroin, Mary Ann Barre-si. Barbara Karnes, Robin Ducorslcy, Gail Bauer, Joyce Slavin, Barbara Faborslry, FoAnn Forman, Pafricia Long, Carole Bouncly, Marcia Smolens, Linda Finlcelslein, Elizabeflw Siemers, Susan Kreisler, Carole Greenberg, Palricia Arrons, Nancy Savage, Bonnie Elinslcy, Susan Murhy, Rosemary Pacharz. ' ' ,. ' ,f-5 Q.: . 'Q . f Y if if OFFICERS Phoebe Gellord - Barbara Hampson - Deborah Hartley - Susan Herman - Eileen Samuels - Corresponding Secretary Dr. Fulelier - Recording Secretary President M 4 V ,. , ,N ,- w. . VN i , f M- --W ... s Vice-President Treasurer Advisor Wo1rieri's House Gov- ernment is a representa- tive body ol all women residents endowed with the responsibility to act as a spokesman lor these students. Under the guidance of Mrs. Olive VVright, this organiza- tion serves as a media- tory body between stu- dents and administra- tion and attempts- to unite all wo-men on cam- pus thro-ugli coordina- tion ol dormitory activ- ities. 'XV' il Row l: Barbara Hampson, Phoebe Gelforcl lpresiclenfl. Eileen Samuels lcorresponding secrelaryi. Deborah Harlley. Absenf: Susan Herman lrecording secrelaryl, Dr. Clair Fulclrer l6ClViS0l'l The closing of the old dormitories and the opening' of the new 1nen's dormitories gave the 1960-lil NIen's Senate a chance to begin the year with a new legislative plan. Each lloor in the dormitory is represented by a lreshman and an upperclass senator. Shelton Hall, the University's distant outpost, is represented by four senators. The "relu- gees" Coll'-campus menj have three representatives who are appointed bv Mr. Sorrel Ches- in, the group's advisor. This organization is concerned with the welfare of the male students, and resolves com- plaints. plans organization of dormitories, and acts as the mediator between students and administration. Row Row Row Row M N 'S SENATE Barry Wallrer icorresponding secrefaryl, Paul Maslcery ifreasurerl, Ernesf Osfheimer ipresidenfl, Donald Hoffman ivice presidenfl, Domenic Arangio lrecording secrefaryl, Mr. Sorrell Chessin iadvisorl. David Schoenfarber, Sfephen Wafers, Ronald Cosfa lparliamenfarianl, Sfeven Kahan, Pefer Tucci. Eugene Glennon, Richard Holdaway, Warren Linder, Alain Jeffrey, Jeff Reifer. Pefer Sage, Paul Chase, Arfhur Sulfan, Richard Bowman, Thomas Morico. STUDE T SPIRIT Student spirit is an intangi- ble magnetism closely asso- ciated with college life, that force which can provide a , Pt s, if ,, i Ac. ,V . ,ad .. L X ,mm f y' ---' f campus with a feeling of unitv i l 1 and purposelulness: to ellect these ideals, the members ol the Student Spirit Committee are dedicated. In the attempt to make stu- dent spirit something tangi- ble to the student body and to increase their awareness of the need for such spirit. posters advertised all Univer- sity functions, the Purple Knight appeared at all sports events, and pep rallies served to rouse fellow students to F the peak of "rah-rah" college enthusiasm. This committee had a handicap, that ol the non-unifyable nature of the Row I: Joel Sislrovic iacfivifies chairmanl, Deborah Harfley, isecrefaryl, Roberf Lysilr fchairmanl, Daniel Brewsfer lpublicify chairmanl, Daniel lanniello ifreasurerl. Row 2: Elaine Rosen, Pafricia DeMarchi, Margaref Lind, Heafher Carpenfer, Sharon McCarfhy, Sally Saflco, Leanne Donofrio. diverse students at the Uni- versity: however, each mem- Row 3: Joy Kroin, Howard Giles, James Marenna, Judifh Kovalslcy, Richard Pearl, Barbara lgnafowslri. Row 4: Minna Horovifz, Roberf Reimer, Maria Scher, Michele McCue, Pafricia Haughey. Row 5: Donald Salas, Roger Eisen, Gerald Pflugh, Sfeven Lowen, Franlc Mizalr, John Coffey. Absenf: Joseph Winseclc, ber w o r k e d persistently against these odds. INSTITUTE OE RADIO ENGINEERS Q . Row I: Roberf Malmgren lfreasurerl, William BarneH lvice presidenfl, Thomas Hunter, Jr. lpresidenfl, Raymond Crowley lsecrefaryl, Dr. David Silverstone ladvisorl. Row 2: Pei-er Buccieri, Roberf D'Ausilio, Roberi' Lysilc, Joseph Casfaldo, Sung Chuel Lee. Row 3: Irving Steiner, Edward Hardy, Ronald Manalter, Jeremiah McCarthy, George Clark, Joseph Trinidad. Row 4: Omri Serlin, Richard Jansalc, Samuel Dodd, Lambraltis Consfanfine, Lyle Asaolta, Row 5: Roberf Wardman, David Bogen, lan Blaclc, Alphee Cote. The Amateur Radio Club, newly organized in February, 1960, attempts to promote fellowship and to further the exchange of ideas with other novices through amateur commun- ication. Respectfully known as "hams," its HICITI- bers are part of a world- wide fraternity of radio operators whose hobby is pursued by people of all countries and provinces. The members of A.R.C. are interested in sharing their experiences in inter- national communication with the entire collegiate student body. 136 The joint Student Chap- ter of the Institute of Ra- dio Engineers and the American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers serves to effect a meaningful transi- tion from classroom to in- dustry for the electrical engineering students. The two National groups hold professional eminence in all fields of electrical engi- neering, and offer innum- erable technical and pro- fessional advantages to its members. AMATEUR RADIOT CLUB Ji: B, 2 WW Q' Row I: Dr. David Silversfone ladvisorl, Jael: Horner lvice presidenfl, Rolaerl' Malmgren lpresidenfl, Pefer K'erwien lsecrefary-'l'reasurerl, Mr. Harry Wech+er ladvisor and frusfeel. Row 2: Vinceni' Perry, Margarei' Edwards, Rolaerl' Ernsdorff. Row 3: Lawrence Comden, George Clarlt, Eugene Hauer, Sfeven Lynn, Lyle Asaolca. The Engineering Society ot' the University of Bridgeport was established in I9-17 by engineering students inter- ested in advancement and dis- semination ol knowledge of the theory and practice ol engineering. The presentation ol' a proper perspective o-li en- gineering works. and the op- portunity to promote pro- fessional consciousness and fellowship among students of the College ol' Engineering is the purpose. In l96l the Society applied for membership in the Amer- ican Society ol Mechanical Engineers, was accepted, and will begin operation in the lall semester of l96l. Club activities included arranging interviews for grad- uating students, field trips to various companies, and repre- sentation at local ASME meetings. Row Row Row Row Row EN GIN EERI G SOCIETY ts t t M , A is it I . Q is'-fran dim P X ' X ' S fc t H E Raymond Petrie iadvisorl, Terrence McCoy lpublic relationsl, Burton Hoage ivice presidentl, William Coleman ipresidentl, Edward Hardy isecretaryi, Ronald Manaker ltreasurerl. William Somerville, Daniel lanniello, Giuliano D'Andrea, Check Lam, Peter Buccieri, Robert D'Ausilio. Edward Fitz, Mike English, David Rudisch, Paul Palubniak, Henry Heneghan, Joseph Castaldo. Alan Hahn, Rudolph Gondar, William Dixon, Robert Malmgren, Robert Marcoux, Richard Casey. Frank DeMasi, Jeffery Fisk, Bruce King, Edward Schwarz, Steven Eisenberg. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SOCIETY The Industrial Design Society has grown actively to larger dimensions since its birth in l952. XVith special consideration for relations between the In- dustrial Design Depart- ment and the remainder of the University, an ex- hibit sponsored by the stu- dents was opened to the public in Milford Hall. This exhibit helped to activate one of the ideals of the organization, that of promoting better under- standing of the work of the industrial designer and his world. Row I: Vern Brown, Ira Drate, Nancy Robel, Fredrick Holutiak, Thomas Harvey. Row 2: Herman Wierzbicki, John Babcock, Martin Vasas, John Rich, Jerome Zimmermann. Row 3: Mark Robbins, George Benato, Dennis Kavanaugh, Kenneth Byers, Horace Bernhart, Russell Dobey. Row 4: Anthony Nappi, Victor D'AIessio, Michael Castiglione, Donald Salas, Michael Nelson, Donald Osteyee, Peter Bond-Nelson. Missing from picture are: John Babcock fvice-presidentl, Ronald Brill ipresidentl, Robert Balaban isecretaryl, Robert Janosko itreasurerl, Professor W. Tressler ifaculty-advisorl. 137 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIG , .- ws -1 -:g-wh-, tmkbh, K Q- ,. .-.ifiiiwib r ,, sg. 9? t-1' f ' , :fx 4 '?hQk,m ,R w' at ,,t,,f EE? .ales 1:21 ' Z 7' Row I: William R. Mowaf ladvisorl, Janei' Rober+son lrreasurerl, Alvin DeWal1' Ivice presidenil, Anneliese Schladilz lsecreiaryl, Marcia Stewar+ lpresiden+l. Row 2: Patricia Priest lworship chairmanl, Jane+ Andrus, Fay Unsderfer, Margarei' Lind, Row 3: Richard Holdaway lar? clirecrorl, Douglas Oldersliaw, William Green, William Dean, The Canterbury Associa- tion is one ol' the newest organizations on campus. It is a national student organi- zation, conducted under the auspices of the Episcopal church. Its purpose is to promote Christian fellow- ship through so-cial service, educational activities, and worship, The Christian Association is made up of students from several religious denomina- tions. Its purpose is to stim- ulate thought and action in higher education from the Christian point of view. It sponsors convocations, study and discussion groups, and lectures. The association is related to the Student Christian Movement and is sponsored by the Council of Churches of Greater Bridge- port. CANTERBURY ASSOCIATIO Row I: Phyllis Sfeiner, Elisal::e+l1 Hoober, Margarei' Edwards. Row 2: Russel Beniz, Fai-her Wor+l1ey, Donald Sansom. In the environs of the diversity of campus life, students often feel the necessity for spiritual and moral guidance: thus, the Newman Club functions as the fulfillment of religious needs in Catholocism. Stu- dents may attend il com- munio-n breakfast, retreat, Sunday mass, religious in- structions, and numerous social activities. Father Holbrook is the supervisor. EWMAN CLUB Row I: Donna Seliclc lfreasurerl, Carl Noyes lpresiclenll, Thomas Mlnofh lvice preslclenf Pafricia Daslro lsecrefaryl. Row 2: Joseph Marcianfe, Barbara Faborslcy, Marie Renalcli, Joan Norlcus Sharon McCar+hy Domenic Masrriano. Row 3: Guiliano D'Andrea, Julia Musial, Louise Zilco, Marilyn Fish, Rosemarie Confe Tina Parelll William Romeo. Absen'l': Fafher Holbrook laclvisorl. HILLEL This year the B'nai Brith Hillel Counsellorship is cele- brating its Fifth Anniversary at the University of Bridgeport. Hillel offers guidance for stu- dents in religious, cultural, and educational endeavorsg attempts to produce tolerant, open-mind- ed young adults through an un- derstanding of inter-faith com- plexitiesg and gives students an opportunity to better define their concept of Judasim. Stu- dents hold joint meetings with the various other religious organ- izations on campus. The year 1961 was the initi- ation of Friday night services conducted on campus for the convenience of resident students. W'ith the increase in member- ship from 100 to 200, Hillel is expanding its program to meet the needs of a growing organization. Mfith an eye for current events, the past presidential campaign provided timely ma- terial for a political debate which exposed the tenets of both political parties. . T MA1oRETTEs 2 Q ar, , 'A fem! S "H , te. X . s 3 " - " . 1-sc ., . ,1 sh , 'f a - Q Q A Q.. ,.,L X e .5 2' -.2 . ,, 41 " .-41, at ...Nu . .. , ., 2. .,v.e,g,Q., ,. ,N , ' M B X as ltlnlrlfisi ' jg-ask? . gt tr x Vgvmx , , g K - as fa 2' ., im., Y We 2 X' ,, wg. 3 2' , , ti -9 'Z , , We i r Fronf: Barbara Rodgers. 24 1 I Flhe Majorettes, the coin- plementary parading unit to e R . , 5' X yi N the Marching Band, perlorni ' .E sri . . . . . gli' twirhng skills lor the enjoy- .E .,,:: V:,,q4 , gag ment ol lootball spectators. fi fi? . . ip , The squad ol girls, bedecked M, with eolorlul unllorins and :.. ,.,. 2'l fs ----1i ' - - i shining batons, ni a 1' C h C proudly to the strains ol 1 . K victory tunes. me Under the direction ol Barbara Rodgers a n d A J 1 1 Yvonne Deinery, the group i perfeets their perlormances Z' 1 ' to best display their talents. is 2 s Back: Donna Selliclr, Joyce Peiser, Roberfa Newman. This year the University of Bridgeport Ski Club had its best season, as far as fun, membership, and trips were Concerned. During mid-se- mester break, the club spent five days at Mount Snow in Vermont on a trip filled with fun, spills, skiing, and partying. In March they took a small trip to Mohawk Mountain in Connecticut and continued their skiing and fun. 140 Row l: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: SKI CLUB 6? i i"'f1f" 'SSS A .i 1 if Cafherine Crochiere lsecreraryl, Barbara Karnes fvice presidenll, Michael Chodorcoff lpresi- denil, Joel Hand lfreasurerl, Mr. James Fenner fadvisorl. Irene Boxer, Donna Lundvall, David Schoenfarber, Adele Silberman, Cynihia Gelbard, Kenneih Oberfelder, Richard Pilte. Judy Bernsiein, Karhleen Ga'H'ine, Lynn Moyer, Elizabelh Hoober, Tina P'arrelli, William Romeo. Donald Salas, Sfephen Eisenberg, Ronald Rader, Kurf Pfannlcuch, Clifford Jacobson, Richard Bali. Ma r1'in Riger. The Arnold Majors Club is a professional organiza- tion formed for the purpose ol' promoting physical edu- cation, health, and recrea- tion. The club advises its members as to the current opportunities and methods in physical education. Or- ganized in 1959, more than sixty members now share the benefits of this club. Guest speakers i n clude Joseph Mina, President of Arnold Alumni: D o c t o r Peter Karpovich of Spring- field College: and Bonnie Predens. The members offer their services for the school's theater evenings and UB Day. Row Row Row Row Row ARNOLD MAIORS' CLUB P .clu- 'z i Matthew Kaishian lsrudenr advisorl, Angelo Palumbo lvice presidenll, Roy Bruno lpresidentl, Nancy Vandergrifr lsecrelaryl, Michael Landolphi lrepresenfafive 'ro sludent councill. Pasquale Pinto, Parriclc Quigley, Paul Maslcery, Samuel Skinner, Bonnie Maslowslci, Susanne Sil- verberg, Jaclr Welles. John Aires, Vicki Nalle, Barbara Feeley, Sandy Case, Connie Nill, Sharon McCarthy, Carol Kenel. Edward DeTour, John Fiizsimons, Lynne Ormsby, Ralph Papazian, Wayne McDuffie, Larry Pasquale. Alex Yanosy, Rudolph Valenrine, David Pearson, Paul Feeley, Joseph Winseclr, Lance Byron, Mar+in Riger. WGMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCI TIO The VVomen's Athletic Association sponsors the uni- versity intramural program 'E in which every undergrad- uate woman may partici- pate. Membership and awards in the association are granted on a point sys- temg the coat-sweater and trophy are the highest com- mendations for individual point accumulation. At the r annual banquet in May, B group trophies are present- ed: the Challenge Trophy and Participation Trophy. W7.A.A. contributed to the increase of student spirit in establishing a traditional "powder-puff" basketball game in which the women Row I: Sandra Case lrecording secreraryl, Barbara Karnes lvice presidenltl, Barbara Feeley, Ell'en Alexander lcorresponding secreraryl. Row 2: Carol Kenel, Marie Renaldi, Grace Johansson, Ethel Dale, Ann Griswold. Row 3: Joan Hulme, Susanne Silverberg, Minna Horoviiz, Eileen Blaclc, Patricia Daslto. vie the fraternities: women's dress and rules are required for all players. l4l l H STUDE T EDUCATION ASSOCIATIO Row l: George Sayres llreasurerl Rona Lazin lrecording secrefaryl, James lv1cGarry lpresidenll, Carol Kamarclc lcorresponding secrelaryl, Dr. Caroll Palmer ladvisorl. Row 2: Ellen While, Gail Schneider, Virginia Pagano, Heaiher Carpenler, Freda Felberbaum, Barbara lgnalowslci, Sandra Dorfman, John Halsey. Row 3: Maris Greenberg, Florance Golino, Sandra Baer, Joan Chevalier, Janel' Andrus, Rosemarie Conle, Joy Kroin. Row 4: Paul Rashap, Ralph Grimaldi, Gale Werman, Louise Zilco, Elizabeth Siemers, Dorolhy S'l'adler, Jaclc Csizmar, Gordon Smilowilz, Absenlz Elizabeth Guzzi lvice presidenll. The Student Education As- sociation is a professional or- ganiration composed of students who plan to teach as a career. Affiliated with the Connecticut Education Association and the National Education Association, the SEA strives to fulfill its need, responsibility, and obliga- tion to become better acquaint- ed with the concepts of teach- ing as defined by professional organizations. At frequent state and na- tional conferences members mcet and exchange ideas and values regarding such topics as ethics, professional standards, and new teaching teclmiques. Respected educators spoke to the group, its membership now totaling 231, of the hazards in- volved in "Team Teaching," "Educating for the Future," and "Student Teaching." ERESHMAN EEK COMMITTEE Square those beanies! Sing the Alma Mater! Recite the UE. cheers! These were just a few of the connnands giv- en to the incoming fresh- man by the Freshman NVeek Connnittee. All was in fun though and both groups en- .ioyed the entire week which consisted of a picnic, con- vocation, a jan concert, a movie, a record hop, guid- ed tours. and highlight of the week, the Freslunan Ball. Row Row Row l42 Row Row 2 2 3 4 5 . Mr. William DeSiero ladvisorl, Joan Flynn lcorresponding secrelaryl, Carole Hallcovic lrecord ing secrefaryl, Franlc Mizalc, lco-chairmanl, Danial lanniello lfreasurerl, Mrs. Marion Holchluss ladvisorl, Mr. William Wrighl' ladvisorl Joseph Bober, Gordon Cassano, Healher Carpenfer, Robin Allieri, Ilene Wiseman, Sally Saflco Minna Horovilz, Deborah Harl'l'ey, Dorolhy Sfadler, Edward Fernandez. Philip Organ, Stanley Pollaclc, Kenneth Begelman, Roberl Lysilc, Lawrence Laconle, Joan Chevalier Judilh Kovalslcy. Donald Salas, Roberl- Pafrignelli, Thomas MinoH'i, Danial Brews+er, Gerald Frauwirlh, June Boros Kalhleen Wasco, Judy Heinle. lan Black, Eugene Conroy, Sfanley Engle, William Dixon, Kurl' Pfannlcuch, Michael Schreler. The Social Activities Committee has the responsibility of arranging lor the exotic aura and degree ol success which accompanies the three major social events ol the University, that ol IVinter Formal, Sweetheart Dance, and XVistaria Ball. Ol all campus organizations, this group bears the greatest re- sponsibility to the student body, lor the social events on campus are those evenings which bring nostalgia to a graduate's memories. The success ol these events will largely allect each student's de- sire for identification with the tumult of college lilie. As a tradition, a queen is pre- sented at each of these dances. The girl honored by such beaute- ous distinction' is chosen from seven linalists by popular vote of the student body. On graduation day a parting tribute to the seniors is made at an informal "Coffee And gathering for graduates. guests, and parents. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE mt Row I : Row 2: Row 3: Abseniz L-na Q' Patricia Aarons lcorresponding secreiaryl, Helene Kruh lrecording secre+aryl, Jeffrey Spifalnilc lco-chairmanl, Gale Werman lco-chairmanl, Mrs. Marion Holchltiss ladvisorl. Nancy Pilzer, Kathleen Galiine, Gail Schneider, Carol Scherer, Madeline Walzer, Marion Li+ch- +enberg, Norma Brown. Gerry Gala'H', Marfin Borell, Elisaberh Hoober, Nancy Savage, Helaine Brown, Sreve Nadler, Ellio++ Mininberg, Arthur Katz. Roberl' Halio, Slanley Mandell, Dennis Hannon, Michael Marsalr. The 1960 I-Iomecoming Com- mittee, comprised of the organi- zation and college representa- HGMECG ING CG ITTEE tives to Student Council, was re- sponsible lor coordinating the events and activities ol' the three-day Homecoming IVeek- end in November. The carousel of events began with a pep rally and lraternity-sponsored dance: the annual Float Parade, mean- inglul to the town as well as the school, and dormitory display 'Fit contests preceeded evening soc- cer and football gamesg a dance and talent show culminated the evening's agenda: linally, on Sunday alternoon, the students relaxed to the cacaphony of the Yale IYhil'l'enpoolis. The entire program involved a variety ol' stimulating' events ale carefully planned solely lor the enjoyment ol' the student Row I: Mr. William DeSiero ladvisorl, Lawrence Brezner, Roberl' Lysilt lchairmanl, Eleanor Guerrera, Barbara Can+alini, Mr. William Wrighl' ladvisorl. Row 2: Thomas Gorman, Marilyn Lipsius, Joan Flynn, Susan Chary, Ellio+ Mininberg, Franlt Mizalt. body, undergraduate and alum- ni. 143 SPANISH CLUB Row I: Dr. Emilio Clocchiafri ladvisorl, Hazel Ruben lpublicily managerl, Eugene Gordon lpresidenfl, Jacqueline Landino lvice presidenll, Sandra Horney lsecrefaryl, Angelo Cocco lireasurerl. Row 2: Nancy Weisburger, Edward Fernandez, Thomas Celeslino, Linda Broden, Anne Labaree, Yvelfe Bredbenner, Kathleen Mahoney. Row 3: Harold Kenr, Anfhony Amalo, Donald Kaiser, Samuel Wbursfein, Coslo Buonanno, Jeremy Penner, Roberi' Norton. XVhether one is a student of lc fnnzcziis and le czzltezzr francais or simply a lanatic tor the languor and lilt ol' the French tongue, the French Club ollers a chance lor such esoteric expression. Through the interest and de- votion ol' Dr. john Rassias, the members became familiar with French culture as can never ade- quately be comprehended from a text. Speaking French with increas- ing agility, the student becomes acquainted with the nuances of the French language. The group attended French films in New York, without Eng- lish sub-titles, and the celebrated stage production of Becker by glean Anouilh. The height ol' the club's enthus- iasm was evidenced on Parent's Day: the French Club presented a cross-section ol' prominent seven- teenth century plays, complete with authentic costumes. l44 Row Row Row Row Complementary to the study of a inodern language is the study of the culture from which it arises. Composed of students from all levels of study, the Spanish Club attempts to examine the Spanish culture as it exists today in world prominence. Several members of the club who have either visited or lived in Spain, Mexico, and Purto Rico spoke to the group of the present- day status ol these countries and their contributions to the world. The students entertained also doc- tors and clergymen who have prac- ticed in Purto Rico. Color slides were available to acquaint students with Spanish culture, as the Alhambra, bull fight, and graceful, yet violently masculine Flamenco dance. The club visited churches and homes of Spanish-speaking people residing in Bridgeport, viewed a Spanish movie in New York, and dined in a Spanish resturant - all of which provided the students with vividly impressionistic exper- iences to help complete the image of Spanish life instilled in them. FRENCH CLUB 0 t We ' . ' f Dr. John Rassias ladvisorl, Alberl' Balash lsecrelaryl, Yve'H'e Bredbenner lvice presidenll, Anne Labarre lpresidenll, Reieanne Begin llreagsurerl, Roloerl' Dillman lsocial chairmanl. 2: Douglas Pfisfer, Rachel Rofhchild, Eslher, Simon, Donna Lundvall, Palricia Briar, Marion Schindler, Kafhleen Mahoney. 3: Gordon Smilowiiz, Roberf Allen, Vincenf. Caggiano, Rosemarie Conle, Doris Greenspan, Carolyn Johnson, Pafricia Blalte. 4: Richard Moss, Arlhur Sulfan, Michael Kraynalr, Daryl Glavbinger, Lynn Soltol, John Krupslce, Marlc Ward, Raymond Spinelli. Young Republicans en- deavors to acquaint young adults with the tenets of the Republican Party in the hope ol recruiting new members to the national party. Active in the presidential campaign on behalf of the Republican Party of Bridge- port and the United Volun- teers for Nixon, the Young Republicans joined the polit- ical ferver in carrying signs through the city. Members sponsored a Halloween party for the United Volunteers for Nixon, distributed campaign material, worked at Republi- can I-Ieadquarters in Bridge- port, and helped to encourage voters to fulfill their respons- ibilities on election day. Row Row Row Row YGU G REPUBLICAN S Nancy Buclchour, Eugene Conroy, Kuri' Pfannlcuch. William Cooper, Joy Polilo, Joseph Bober, Heafher Carpenfer, Richard Pilre. Charles Koory, Elizabefh Ragany, Marlha Dean, Nancy Kerr, Elizabeth Siemers, David Elcslrom. Roberl Cooper, Helen Kurh, Gerald Frauwirlh, Elizabefh Bohn, Donald Kaiser. The Young Democrats, under YGU G DEMOCRATS the direction of Robin Alteri and Edward Fernandez, en- deavors to supplement the stu- dent's acquaintance with world entanglements with practical knowledge concerning party politics. The club's desire is to attract young people who feel motivated to understand and uphold the Democratic ideals as responsible citizens. This year, the Young Demos took the opportunity to taste of the political fruit by actively participating in the Democratic campaign to elect john Kennedy as President. The members marched in the parade sched7 uled in the Senator's honor and held discussions to interpret the ramifications of Democratic in- Row l: Gordon Cassano fpubliciryl, Robin Alfieri lvice presidenfl, Edward Fernandez fpresidenfl, William Romeo Hreasurerl. flucnces in state and national Row : Roberi Pafrignelli, Richard LolaH'e, Ilene Wiseman, Thomas Minol-l'i, Richard Pilre, Raymond Lulr. 2 3 affairs. Row : Ronald Moorash, James McGarry, Richard Casey, Roberf Lislcoslci, William Blasivs, Joseph Mar- cianfe. Row 4: Frank Mizalr, Rolaerl' Belladella, Kennelh Byers. 145 l A Row I Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Absenf Beta Alpha, the accounting fraternity, was organized on the campus in 1948, and was reorganized after a brief per- iod of inactivity. The object- ive make known to the account- ing major what awaits him when he enters his chosen field. Beta Alpha members visit industries and firms in Fairfield County, and invite guest speakers to enlighten the day opportunities in account- ing. lilo . MARKETING CLUB 0 Paula Norcross fcorresponding secreiaryl, bfanley I:ngIe lfreasurerl, Frederick Prunier fparlia menfarianl, Gordon Wagner fpresidenfl, Franlt Pagano lvice presidenfl, Kafherine Zoios lrecord- ing secrefaryl, Mr. Edward Asfarifa fadvisorl. Kennelh Oberfelder, Franlc Kleiner, Joseph Marcianfe, Jacquelyz Whife, John Pellegrino, Joel Hand. Roberl' McCullagl1, Hans Zuclter, Clifford Jacobson, Barry Blumenfl-val, Sidney Kohn. Henry Silverman, William Romeo, Gordon Cassano, Alvin Bogard. Thomas Shea, Roberr Jaclcman, Paul Bros+off, Theodore Belfanfi, William Kane, Eugene Conroy Donald Karo. Kurl' Pfannlcuch, The Marketing Club, organized in 1950 under the auspices of the American Marketing Association, is instrumental in securing re- sponsible business positions for its graduating members. Through consistent cooperation and com- munication between the club and prominent business personalities and industrialists, members are af- forded the opportunity of investi- gating the particular endeavor they will undertake as graduates. By eliminating the major-subject requirement for membership, the organization gained new impetus, new interests, and expanded the scope of coverage of the market- ing radius to include more possi- bilities for use of marketing knowledge. Majors presently rep- resented in the club are market- ing, accounting, industrial design, graphic design, industrial relations, and economics. BETA ALPHA of this fraternity is to fraternity as to present- Row I: Thomas Gorman lvice presidenfl, Edward Schneider lpresidenfl, Walfer McKeever lsecrefaryl. Row 2: Ronald Verrille, Charles Ruffini, Michael Winolcur, Philip Whifney, Howard Jaclc. Row 3: Mel Klein, Richard Pavlilc, Ronald D'Andrea, George Fedor, William Manger. Row 4: Sfanley Wysliclc, Carl Pabsf, Donald Milclus, Charles Koory, Marfin Sfouffer. SOCIETY EOR THE ADVANCEMENT OE MANAGEME T The Bridgeport chapter of the Society for the Advance- ment of Management in coordi- nation with national headquart- ers and the local senior chapter participates in conferences, semi- nars, and panel discussions with business executives and college administrators. To further acti- vate their aims, the group takes tours of industrial plants, views business films, and initiates in- formal social gatherings. At present there are 178 chap- ters operating in leading col- leges and universities in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico: 75 senior chapters are located throughout this country. , fl Row I: Sidn'ey Kohn ifreasurerl, Joseph Marcianfelpresidenil, Fredericlt Prunier lsecrefaryl. Row 2: Leif Dahl, Donald Kaiser, Paul Schulman, Danial lanniello, Sfuarl' Terrill, Richard Bali. Row 3: John Lovell, Henry Kuusisro, Edward Hoerr, George Fedor, Raymond Ciuchfa, Richard Zelcala Absenf: Franlt Mizalc, Henry Youd, John Wright, Peier Vercessi, Byron Conforinis, Mr. Oliver Headley N ATIO' STUDE T ASSUCIATIO s 61" Row I: Mr. William Wrighf, Cynfhia Gelbard lco-chairmanl, Adele Silberman lco-chairmanl. Row 2: Judifh Vllian, Joyce Berger, Sharon Pavlow, Gloria Vallro, Rolaer+ King. Row 3: Frank Mizalc, Edmund Wolf, Arfhur Sulfan, Jack Rosenberg, Ellioi- Mininberg. The plethora of activities pro- vides students with an insight into the practice of manage- ment and furthers the growth of all students, regardless of their major, by stimulating their thinking and developing a bet- ter understanding of business and the free enterprise system. Associations with management personnel in the senior chapters can be beneficial to the stu- dent's subsequent business ca- reer. 147 5 HISTORICAL SOCIETY Row Row Row Row Row 148 l: Gordon Cassano lireasurerl, Gerald Frauwirrh lvice presidenfl, Edward Fernandez lpresidenfl, Roberl' Cooper lpublic relaiionsl, Elizabeth Ragany 2: Warren DeLibro, William Cooper, Raymond Lulc, Frank 3. William Dixon, Roberl' Lislroslci, Sianley Engle, Thomas 4: George Masaiiis, Donald Kaiser, Eugene Conroy, William 5: Roberl' Pafrignelli, Brian Beregszazy, Ronald Moorash. Pen and Keys, formed in October of 1960, is a semi-professional or- ganization for all VVey- lister students. To en- courage the avid sup- port of new members, social events dominated the season's activities. New members were wel- comed at an informal tea, a spring fashion show displayed the lat- est in womens apparel, and a testimonial dinner and picnic concluded the club's first year's agenda. lsecreraryl . Pagano, John Pellegrino, Richard Pilce. Mino'H'i, James McGarry. Blasius. The Historical Society was newly organized in the fall of 1960 with the purpose of allowing students the oppor- tunity to express an interest in the concepts of history. Convocations and g ue s t speakers provided the en- gendering thoughts for stim- ulating discussions among students and faculty. Provo- cative topics included the American Civil Mfar and the repercussions of current world affairs. The success of the organizations ventures can be attributed to the coopera- tion of the University's His- to-ry Department. PEN AND KEYS Row Row Row Row : Mrs. Hampson ladvisorl, Mary Adams lsecond vice presidenil, Marrha Dean lfirsi' vice presi denil, Mercie Buswell ipresidenll, Nancy Kerr lsecrefaryl, Donna DaCruz ifreasurerl. : Carol Cox, Joan Meyers, Susan Chopslcy, Phyllis Festa, Barbara Rodgers, Roseann Musicaro. : Lynn Moyer, Alicia McGra'l'h, Michele Wysoclci, Pamela Siraub, Linda Ward, Marilyn Luzie'H'i. : Elizabelh Bohn, Beisy Seelig, Nancy Rader, Anna Marie Pica, Jeri Olsen. The honor society of the University of Bridgeport, which hopes someday to be a chapter of the national honor society, Phi Beta Kap- pa. is skillfully advised by Dr. Helen NI. Scurr. To be considered for admission, a student must have attained at least a 3.2 overall Q.P.R., plus a 3.5 average in the field of major concentration. ARISTEI rw Row I: Margarel' Figlar lvice presidenll, Thomas Gorman lpresidenfl, Joan Chevalier lsecrelary- ireasurerl, Dr. Helen Scurr ladvisorl. Row 2: Pe+er Allard, Hannah Knepler, Eileen Samuels, Nancy Harvey, Joseph Trinidad. CIRCLE K CLUB , 'N 'T Z Row I: Eusiace Thomas lvice presidenil, Dennis Bileca lpresidenil, Dr. Charles Spilioir ladvisorl. Members of the Circle K are dedicated to the human- itarian efforts of service to the school and community. 1 The group performed such varying types of services as serving refreshments to pro vide relief from the chaotic confusion of fall and spring t registration and offering gymnasium custodial ser- vices. As active participants in Parents' Day, organiling a Christmas party for needy children, and working with the Kennedy Center, the Circle K has become a recog- niied asset to the University and the city of Bridgeport. Row 2: Roberf Malmgren, Gerald McCar+hy, Sung Chuel Lee, James McGarry, Richard Balt 149 4 Af' DEBATING SOCIETY X s f Row I: William Banlts ladvisorl, Barbara Berfany lpresidenll, Omri Serlin ldebale managerl, Dr. Justus van der Kroef laclvisorl. Row 2: Donald Kaiser, Mark Trager, Sharon Pavlow, James Murphy, Roberf Mayer. Absenlz Jona+han Penner, Psychology, as a future en- deavor, encompasses more than Roman-style couch an- alysis. A degree in psychology can qualify one for work with the mentally retarded, in large corporations, and as college consultants. The aim of the Psychology Society is to make known to the stu- dents these varying opportun- ities through lectures, as by Dr. ylustus Van Der Kroef, and a visit to the Yale Uni- versity experimental labora- torics. 150 PSYCHOLOGY Dedicated to the practice of the time-honored forensic art, members of the Debating So- ciety also find debating helpful in the development of keen analytical powers, logical think- ing, and public speaking ability. To future lawyers, doctors, teachers, business executives, and administrators these skills are of primary importance. In its fourteenth year of ac- tivities, the Society had a par- ticularly stimulating season. The debators participated in tourna- ments at Central Connecticut, R.P.l., Harvard, Columbia, Brooklyn College, University of Vermont, and C.C.N.Y., at which times they won various trophies. Among other activities, the Society sponsored a convocation and played host to Southern Connecticut at a home debate. At its annual dinner, the group presented the Debating Award to Miss Barbara Bertany and Mr. Omri Serlin. SOCIETY Row I: Arlhur Sul+an lrecording secreiaryl. Jack Rosenberg lpresidenll, Diane Weinsfoclc lcorresponding secrefaryl. Row 2: Joyce Berber, Cyn'rhia Gelbard. Sharon Pavlow, Adele Silberman, Gloria Vallto. Row 3: Judilh Vllian, Edmund Wolf, Ellio'r Mininberg, Slephen Eisenberg, Rober'l'a King. Symphonies and operatic arias provide quiet hours of pensive pleasure for enthus- iasts in the Music Associa- tion. Open to all music con- niseurs, this group cultivates fine taste in the harmonious arts by making available to their members the use of laboratories and an extensive library. One must understand a medium to better appreciate its valuesg thus, each student has the opportunity to be- come more intellectually aware of the skill involved in music composition and expression. MUSIC ASSOCIATIO Row l: Florence Caierson fcorresponding secrefaryl, Edwin Griswold Hreasurerl Alan Newman IPFGSI denfl, Clara Taltacs fvice presidenfl, Barbara Saul lrecording secrefaryl. Row 2: Gwen Pe+i+iean, Leonard Levine, Sandra Komenlz Danie Beclini. Row 3: Alva Sfanfon, Ersilia Carangelo, Karen Biscla, Lars Finger. BIOLOGY SOCIETY Sponsoring field trips, speak- ers, and the annual "Exotic Dinner," the Biology Society ranks as one of the oldest campus organizations, being founded in l935 by the late Professor William W. Everett. 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President ,,v.,. .e..a C vie, Mike Chodorcoff Vice-President -,--. ..aea,ea John Majesko 'N Treasurer .eeee,eve,,e.. -Me Eugene Conroy Q 'Q Secretary C,--.,M-s eeee..,,,e..vee Gail Oken f Advisor .....,o,C or Ceeee Mr. Willialn Wright j: SIGMA PHI ALPHA as-s es we Row I: Ralph Yalcal, Malhew Onuslca, John Koch, Leland Moss, Ronald Verrilli, Thomas Gargiulo. Row 2: Sieve Sfanelc, Gordon Wagner, Thomas Shea, Michael English, Pefer Buccieri, Roberi BelliHo. Row 3: Leon Beeler, Frederich Prunier, Samual Tesla, James DeFeo, Danial Fusco, Frank TaHo, Roberl' Durwin. OFFICERS Leland Moss ....,,...aaaa..,.. president john Koch W-,,,,A .aa,... vice-president Thomas 'Gargiulo no ...a.. secretary Ronald Verrilli -- ua--- treasurer Mathew Onuska --- -- sergeant-at-arms Mr. Ralph Yakal do .... A-- 21dViSOI' T 1 ALPHA DELTA OMEGA 'Wm Row I: Edward Olson, Walier McKeever, Roberf Murphy. Row 2: Thomas Rash, Roberl' Williams, Vincenl' Perry, George Clarlr, Richard Pike, Richard Beililr. Row 3: James Murphy, Mario Verde, Donald Kramer, George Gvrunig, Richard Zelcala. OFFICERS Walt McKeever cee,.e..e- M- -----.-- president Ed 015611 v-----, ----, ,--... vice-president Bob Murphy gn --.....,. - treasurer Wi wa -V WP' 'Wi.rr'u-...rw 5 4 . J W V s W 5 , a ff -,Q fn as X' f1'f4svr'HMf"5f9' A X Z, - 1 UW if 1 1 ' K , NV! A 'fn - ji, 2, l uf, 4 431 ALPHA PHI UMEGA " ., ffkf as Row I: Mr. Hugo James, Blaise Lombardi, Edwin Griswold, Fiore Bruno, Warren Linder. Row 2: James Blue, Leif Dahl, Richard Casey, Joseph Marcianfe, Paul Boblrowslci. Row 3: Roberf Pavlilr, Giuliano D'Andrea, Gordon Smilowifz, Sung Chuel Lee, Sfeven Nes+erialr. Row 4: Roberl- Johnson, Richard Pavlilc, Paul Schulman, Charles Mafusovich, Peler Dripchalc. Absenf: Vicfor Swain. Ed Griswold LL Blaise Lombardi Fiore Bruno ...., Mr. Hugo James OFFICERS U .................. president -- corresponding secretary Warren Linder -- LLL ..... recording secretary --------- tI'C3Sl1I'CI' LL ...... advisor AQVLW s-sq, .. B-L PAINTING IVISTARIA BASEMENT MULLEN PICKING WELCOME TO UB SIGNS AMERICAN YOUTH HOSTILE RALLY ORGANIZATION OF BPT. SCOUT PARADE -I ' 15: . 'iff I',,,,.:I..:..I:. llblv .: , 1,.,, , f " IVQI- 1 .-l'q A -- :-:-, ' .:' ' "1 AA21 I P,I A EEAI AAAPASZAAIAESAZ IIS ASIISQ SCS I I IIIII I IS:III A A H ' V,,:: 5 ::.1i I AAAPE AIAA "CORONA TION BALL" CHARITY DANCE UB SIGN ON THE MERRIT PKWY. UB DAY DRIVE RIDE BOARD 3 ALPHA GAMMA PHI Row l' Row 2 Row 3' Row 4. Row 5: Absenfz W Dr. Edward Marcum, Roy Robbins, Joseph Winseclc, Rob'er+ Darula, John Coogan, Thomas Marcello, Richard Coneffa, Nilcolaus Wirth Richard Khenrigan, Thomas Reid, Allan Koperwhats, Gerald Amorosana, Richard DiMuro, Thomas Azzari. John Ryba, James Vincent, John Maieslco, Darragh Harlow, Ralph Grimaldi, Thomas Harvey, Donald Willcinson. Paul Feeley, Roberl' Landers, David Pearson, George Pelropulos, Leonard Schisano, Seldon Bogli, Joseph Troiano Douglas Holmquisr, Roberl Lesko, Daniel Reslcin, Jeffery Whan, John Koplca, Lawrence Babbiif. Gary Miller, John Hu+chinson, Everefl' Thorpe, Richard Follman, William Brew. OFFICERS Bob Darula H- a,.av...... .dd.aa p resident -lack Coogan -D -- vice-president joe Winseck A .,a,, secretary Roy Robbins A .aaaaaa treasurer Nick VVirth U- wee, social chairman Tom Marcello are A I.F.C. representative Dick Conetta -,,.,,s--e .eeeee..eee Ch21p12lil1 Dr. Edward Marcum -- -, advisor lst As brothers of Alpha Camma Phi Fraternity it IS our purpose to be strong in mind body and Splflt and to promote peace and charity scholarship and fellowship among all men lrre spectlve of race color or creed We achieve this purpose by working together to form a stronger fraternity a finer uni- versity and a better world. nh SE '1uulllllll M - J ' E Q 1 1 1 E 1 y 1 - : , . 1 9 r , I ki? F 5 ,,A:-- -' 7 ' " BETA GAMMA a s Row Row Row Row I: Marilyn Lipsius, Anifa Korshalc, Mary Lou Flanigan, Rosemary Sweeney, Barbara Skolniclc, Barbara Fishbein. 2: Judy Rabinor, Jo-Ann Lipfon, Ginger Pagano, Nancy Vandergrifl, Dianne Slone, Viclorla Beylounl, Shirley Moran. 3: Kafhleen GaHine, Sandra Case, Donna Wallrins, Doro'rl1y Sfadler, Dlena Schwarrzberg, Carole Greenberg. 4: Ann Marlin, Ann Werba, Barbara Slasilowlcz, Lynne Ormsby, Maureen McGuire, Barbara Sawl, Juclilh Braclf. OFFICERS Rosemary Sweeney ---,- a..,.......,e.e president Mary Lou Flanigan -- a,a,,aa vice-president Anita Korshak aaaa Am. recording secretary Barbara Fishbein , -,a--aa,r corresponding secretary Barbara Skolnirk A AA aaaaa..., ee eeeee tre2lSllf6r Marylyn Lipsius We I.F.C. representative A 'K vm . . MN , X X ,QP Y 'Nu XXX-1 ,1 Ev, 15' X, X YC. XX X X X Q X X . 'T Ax ., , V, Q JW., 43X 2+ -,' x wx ..x X,X- X X X X , Y X . , x. 1 XX X Xi.ffiQ,I?XX5 X Zvv X. 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I OFFICERS Joan Meyers III II.-.,.. - ..... -, .... -- president Marian Szekeres une ..Ia,II.I... vice-president Gloria Cintron III ,IIII Ir--,-.,. recording secretary Stephanie Tornasko .I,III..I,II......I treasurer Mrs. Van Der Kroef -MI IIII I III.. .,--,--- advisor Martha Dina I, I,Ia,-a-- corresponding secretary Gail Oken ,... , ,e,, I ,....I.I, I.F.C. representative I X x 3. A 1. 'S wwf fx f lgtls tl , ,f"" f ,, 1 , ml Qi 1. naw? H ii 52 if 4- 5 4 2 E mmwm - ,, 1 2 ? 'Z 1 2 4 i 1 2 'K x N 'N -'- fs 5 Q91 "fs gd 1 . l , 2 gn 3: 5 5,7 1 :1r:""v' 3."'3TlZ'L12A Hz, hi -----11x1n CHI ZET RHO ' '- N , M sf 5 u VY V V YVYYV Y Y wnmriwmammmawmm Row I: Row 2: Row 3: Missing: Alicia MCG-ra+l1, Judy Graves, Carol Hareliclr, Bonifa Carbone. Carolyn Marlin, Susan Chopslcy, Eunice Morganrofh, Phyllis Fesfa, Jean Franclwino, Nafalie Glowafslxy. Tobee Deixler, Kalhy Wasco, Marie Leslro, Judy Heinle, Marianne Minurola, Beverly Slone, Paula Norcross. Carol Halcoviclr, Elizabeiln Guzzi, June Boros, Robin Alfieri. OFFICERS Carol Harelick ..ee...............A-- pf6SidCI1f Iudy Graves ,, -,auu. ,, ,.,,...ee.... vice-president Bonita Carbone M- ..M...ce.. 1'6COI'diHg secretary Alicia McGrath ..ev .... c orresponding secretary .40 yxixm ,V .S ' ' Vw V V V.. . -4 .. . P. V w ' J g iiixywm B W V 'G ' xt' , 1 , ,A , 1 sl - 371 1, 1.4. XM ww f .1 vs' . 3 F x, .V ,, ,f : ' 1 lu 5,-,V ix sg fyv f- , .N V.. Q Y .1 ,, V. V, if-A 3 - , n -4- i fx V. , J 2 : Q W ,,,, f i z, M2222 ...Vg 3' u, av bq'we wpuwewywgfwwifvwqz ' 4. W e fQ' A 'xN li x ' Q., 9 ..., gf' V'f'A"?f"s if.,-5 gg 5' ' V- V. X sf 11 Q , Q 5 X Q S' , i'xV?:,V VT ? X. YW V, . Q' A 5 f za .ewikfv .+V X .... fs-weizv-Q . 1 1 , J-gf 5 .I 'V , f ., ,4 I I , Mig f i .... if :V 4 K 'j 353.1 1 'Pj ,Q f Y - W 0, 1 e g ,. '39 ,- 4 ' 7' iw '52 S. -AAP1 . . V. ,wsfw .,, ., MW42 A? f,,, 4 gg wr:- , . , H I A it "" W .v 1.5: f..-i,14.3F:..q 9' , 6? 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Alphee Core, Richard Casey, Roberl' Lislroslci, Sianley Engle, Thomas Minorfi, Edward Fernadez, Roberr Belladella. Howard Eclcenrode, Donald Kaiser, George Sayres, Roberi' Graham, William Blasius, George Masailis, Richard LolaHe. Frank Mizalr, Kenne+h Byers, Brian Beregszazy, William Dixon, Richard Moorash, Roger Soderholm. OFFICERS joseph Trinidad oeeeeoooo,............ president Eugene Conroy e- ooc..e. vice-president Robert Verna .eoe.o...... .....eee.. t reasurer Robert Patrignelli .,o,o.,.,.,, recording secretary Ian Black .......,..,,., corresponding secretary Dr. Lane, Mr. Gomez .........ee.e,.. advisors .1 I 3'-if' 7 ,f L, 5. 1 I Sf Q- , 'fi 1.5 -fx s , . A , K X- 5 2 MW -.4 v A f'A .-., ii.. ...R im Pvc MW whm xx P Y 3 K Q V is 6 A, .X b W S, VM, 'V -'T -A -,NJ . ,wi X- S' 1. 3 as N ai 2 KM., sn . , ., , - , mx I 3, Q . ' ww. fix-E ,. IS' 9' ff X , 5 ' .4 . 4' 1 f 2? x 4 -SN W x 'ff --' .1 -x,- V -f A Q fi' .T N x , f A x WM., V ,Ai i'i:iwg,.:v . 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Frank Caslagnaro, Rudolph Pasferczylc, Rolnerf Mililrin, John Lovell, Thomas Pandolfi, Richard Eyre, John Marshall, Michael Landolphi Alben' Shaughnessy, George Loo+z, Walfer Drozeclc, Harold Windsor, Joseph Abruzzo, Rober+ McCullagh, John McNamara. Frank Les+er, Tasso Chirogianis, Fredrich Mayer, Raymond Cordani, Jeffery Zakrzewski, Douglas Forchielli, Charles Chey. Mr. Roberf DiSpiri1o, Mr. Milfon Greenhalgh, Mr. Francis Poisson, Bruce Johnson. 170 OFFICERS Bob Darula ,G aaaa. .,-s .eees..aes- Pl'CSiClCUf ,lack Coogan as aaaa.. vice-president Joe WiI1S6Ck aa aa,-.--a secretary Roy Robbins A, -.,..-aaa treasurer Nick YVirth ,sae --.aaa social chairman Tom Marcello an I.F.C. representative Dick Conetta ,sam .- as eveeeee are e Chaplain Dr. Edward Marcum use - 2ldViSOY KA PPA BETA RH Q um MAME E7 E? 3 T5-' FU Y 44 gg , . A P X fx ,J Q, , J R' . 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Q 1" ff?" 9 f gf 'lx f wffi 4 X 'gag if: f fy - ,V r ff' fy ff ff f awk ,N Q f " 51 f 4, "1 f ' F! Qs? f Q . 'fyi .fy PHI DELTA RHO Row I: Ellen Tinlrle, Susan Small, Maxine Lambert Sharon Pavlow, Marilyn Arzl. Row 2: Gail Schneider, Helene Kruh, Madeline Walzer, Rona Lazin, Linda Broden. Row 3: Carol Scherer, Norma Brown, Judy Ullian, Rona Gross, Diane Jorgensen, Sheila Rose. Row 4: Marcia Shear, Nancy Pilzer, Cynihia Gelbard, Gale Werman, Palricia Aarons. Maxine Lambert Sharon Pavelow w Diane xlorgenson Gail Schneider do June Panuzio -, Judy Ullian aus--- Linda Broden ,,aa OFFICERS H-----U-,V,,,--aaa- president a4MuMu---,--,-- vice-president Ellen Tinkle ..,-............ec. ....ec S ecretary Madeline Walzer ........ corresponding secretary Sue Small ,,,...a e...e,e...e.ee..c... t ICHSUTCT -W-------,,--H pledgemaster a- an--- I.F.C. representative Yvnaooowaa--- chaplain Helene Kruh -M aaaaa. a........ S Crgearlt-at-HTIHS or S aaaaaaaaaaa M- social chairman new waaaa,,,,, ,-a., , ,nv advisor QM Elf!! 57,0 To QSPE 5 - C We f 4 L PI OMEGA CHI mi' ssfywq v , mi .- ,Qf n wr . fmasffffe , - .-4 -Qyews, ff h z ' H s " X' 'f ' f' 05Nsf,s7y, ,fesvv . . ,avg-.4q4j',g X X . Y HZ , ., 1- -Af y -N,M5,,s..Qg1g.4f ,- 1- 135- sr4v'2ew7r,gf21,gg2.--?fr'-iii'-'ha., ff-iklfifff r'im,L,:lii iff. . , , , . f Q. , x Row I: Clifford Jacobson, Michael Lichfensfein, Marfin Riger, Mel Klein, Kennefh Oberfelder. Row 2: David Schoenfarber, Michael Chodorcoff, Lawrence Brezner, Kennefh Kassin, Michael Nelson. Row 3: Jeffery Reifer, Roberf Allen, Gerald Feldman, Richard Weiss, Joel Hand, Harold Ticlrfon. OFFICERS Marry Riger U I,,,aIIIIII,........ he president Mike Lichtenstein V.-,..,, ........aaa vice-president Mel Klein added-.- ae,.aaec,a........,. SCCTCKHTY Ken Oberfelder aI.aaIaa,I corresponding secretary Clill Jacobson aaa.a.a I ..... - .eea. ,--- ITCHSUYCI' li' ,, X ,MIM LLFME 4 1 . F 5 I . 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Lawrence Brosfoff, Roberl' Zelinlra, Franlc Esposito, Michael Agin, Gary Zurinslras, Marvin Rubman, Alan Weisberg, Joseph Loconfo, John Wright, Jess Sonneborn, Ar'rhur Friesner. Fred Brodsky, Pefer Bond-Nelson, Lance Byron, Anfhony Nappi, Theodore Belfanfi, Richard Lipsil. Pe+er Kaplan, Mark Trager, Joseph Mannino, Jon Olsen, Dr. F. G. Johnson. Ian Tcsar - ,... Paul Brostoff -- Alan Schlossberg Frank Esposito Joel Schwartz A Jack Fullen aaa.. Eric Greenhut U- Mike Kass c.a,. Y OFFICERS -,------,--------- chancellor -----------,- vice-chancellor -------------s Justinlan S--- corresponding secretary ----------- parliamenitarian S-- chancellor-of-the-exchange ----------- sergeant-of-arms ,aM,---------- historian fi lfl,f ff 'lffifff -.M 5 as 1 ' 10 -' 'rf A ., mgngff .. "5 LQ? 5 - ' If? f f . . 1511155 g 0759? Z 5964 ga 2 '29 ' M425 M, f - -x '65 19 vw 25 .X Mg , ' QM l,A: W. -4 'yy-.. ,Q .. JL.. 23,1 ff. 3548 5. Q 1. if ff 4, ' f -1 ' - ,. 1 4 -21 V L".,4f,?17':L',:2-,kv M' .,,' .5 Q 7 . '.,.. '14 'f':-4"::6:s:.4-.my Bi, w... ' Wi ur- fi 3 . Q -"' . 5 ,f A x H ,....,., . nf ,M ' 2 , fi ' x , M 51' -30" .M lwgyw He W. . .4 'Ms 4, f " ,- mx Q5 4? ff? fgff? , rfgfggi Q 5 W . . Z.. M gi? Z2 7 I .,,,,,..4-1 Row Row Row Row Row SIGMA LAMBDA CHI I: Waller Zuckerman, Roberl' Mayer, Henry Silverman, William Serlin, Roberf Sfein, Nicholas Panunzio. 2: Norman Gering, Ronald Wender, Jacques Farrell, Marlin Borell, Sfeven Nadler, Arlhur Brinker. 3: Sfuarf Lerner, George Benafo, Vicfor D'Alessio, Joseph Safz, Sfeven Simpson, Jeffery Spifalnilc. 4: David Biensfoclr, Jeffery Milef, Hal Marfin, Paul Grossman, Barry Lipfon, Pefer Heriz. 5: Gerry Gala'H', Thomas Gilman, Barry Blumenfhal, Harvey Herer,Michael Casfiglione, Sidney Paferson, Roberl' Halio. OFFICERS Bill Serlin ,.,.-IIIIIII...,.I... 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Kenne+h Begelman, Sfanley Pollaclc, Roberi Korn, Elliol' Mininberg, Harold Saslow, Harvey Wiles. S+ephen Eisenberg, Philip Organ, Howard Kalinshy, Sidney Kohn, Harris Lelilcon, Arrhur Kalz, Edmund Wolf. Absent Gerald Greensiein, Mr. Ausfin Chapman Sr., Mr. Alphonse Sherman. OFFICERS Pat Tomasetti -- ............ s..s c hancellor Stan Mandell -, ,.,...,s.,., vice-chancellor Mike Schreter -..- N- chancellor-of-the-exchequer Don Karo -ses ,s.........vee.e.... scribe joel Goldberg sIs,ss.... Mr. Austin Chapman jr. Mr. Alphonse NI. Sherman -- U..- Advisors s----,s,ss equerry Q 'N Q l x N. . X 3 Vx 9 5 X A .. 'S 'K , sf Q , i Q fr K X "' 4? f -"' Y Q B' n 3 43 if 'sr Q. , 15 P r :1k,,,. ,X vu' Q :M , wa-:,,Qf tw, X VG, THETA EPSILO kr -4 by v. V Q-f X my was x Nr ,M 4? X , Mg- Q ..,. - ii f Q. ,- A fx r g 4 , i xg w " V , V. BW, i eil?" Q . 45 3 6, v. it - WI Nx?r,,,f Row I Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Absenf Mrs. Mary Joan Flynn, Worihingion, Joy Polifo, Elizabeih Richens, Nancy Buclchoui, Judiih Kovalslcy, Joan Anfoniello. Heaiher Carpenier, Sharon McCar1'hy, Nancy Robel, Sally Saflco, Barbara Hutchinson, Marianne Fasulo, Donna Selliclc, Roberia D'Aiu+o, Marilyn Loolce, Marilyn Kuzma, Barbara Yasinslci, Nancy Harvey. Phyllis Goldman, Judiih Basmaiian, Sally Poduflay, Gail Miniy, Pairicia Daslro, Rosemarie Conte. Janei Heinrich, Elizabeih Bohn, Elizabefh Siemers, Barbara Berfany, Rosemary Gannon, Johann Dudalr, Louise Zilco. Marilyn Trew, Sancira Brown, Valene Niansi, Linda Chamberlain. OFFICERS Nancy Buckhout -Y aa.. - ..waa..,s.sa., prCSiClCIlt Jean Richcng aaaA.H-,Y, cc-, .W,.,a. ViC6-pYCSiClCl1t -Igy P0lit0 aa--,H,aa4H,,,-oa-.,,a,..aa treasurer cu,-ccc---c recording secretary corresponding secretary Joan Antoniello Judy Kovalsky a.,aaa..,a ' social chairman Sally Salko a...Yaa... Y--- .f,s. --Y Rosemary Gannon .aaa.. social activities chairman Barbara Hutchinson ---W aA.f.e. -. .Ye--- l1iSlOl'i21U Joan Flynn, Pat Dasko ..aaa..aaa plCdgClT1HSiCFS Mrs. Mary Viforthington ,saa-saaa-, ..f.Hfe advisor in ,K S E'T"w '- ' 1 'K . - we' I 4' ' 253147. - W x ' 4 Q.. - 3 9 FE? 7 ,P 5 -w 'Q A 4 . , Q 2 1 . jr ni M in- , ' 4 , ' 'M 4 LM. ..,,. : JM H5523 5595110351 ,Q ff , . x f' ,Y , E' 5 46 Y 2 P ,. 1 A ,. I 4 if , --2i.'s sr- Q lsffl fi f 4 , J :-1' 45.1 .z3:1n'7:r7T1n:!:13 'Z i THETA SIGMA Row I: James Demoises, Thomas Campbell, Roberi' Thomas, John B. Sfewarr, Rob'er+ Anderson, Robert Wolfe. Row 2: John Cupole, Dennis Paulin, Frederick Reicheri, Gerald Lessner, Roberi' Sobolewslci. Row 3: Edward Coffey, David Elrsfrom, Robert Becker, Vern Brown. Row 4: Jack MacDonald, Leonard Person, James McQuillan. OFFICERS Bob Thomas ee- .aaaa,,H.... ,Wee president jack Stewart -,- an vice-president ,lim Demotses We ee social Chairman Toni Campbell ee RSSSSSSSSS treasurer Bob Anderson ee SSSSS recording secretary Dave Simpson ,,.---e, em- corresponding secretary Bob Wfolfe, qlohn Cupole S- a,vaaaaaa pledgemasters Fred Nathans, Vern Brown -H .eeeeeee historians Dennis Pziulin -.--ee :decree I.F.C. I'Gl3l'CSCl'1t2ltiVC Mr. John Sherry S , ,Seve ede..e advisor 'if "2'3",,, Q. .A , 5-sz-:f:4:-1 'V af' - -v f Q:-:-:+:-:-:--'I-131, ' 'g:3:75'2-' ' I V vw 'VI 6 9 J W 3 Y Iwier igmar A rexivrniig E' Mfr- xifzfwm. ,l,+:-M152:::::::::5-ig::.:E5:.. i,ff'5fg:5:.: -A,y..- 4. 5:3:4g:.,:-gf -2:1515-gg.gg.7i, 59:-If,-2: ' " .1 .... .V : 1 .gitgz-:-:-:-:-Hi, . :At 'f:Z:2:i:k1:1:5:5:1.":-:-21' .-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:.'.-.-. . . . V ,. ,Ml 4 Q ,aww xf""2"'?f Z Q51 ,.. '- - in ,xl gs x S 'K LA X .- gf 2 Q 5 4 X fs H9 5 1 5 2 'Q Q ' K t5 1 'Q Mr., -. 1:4-,L 1 5 ' I w A, 1 T fl? X ww , , 7 ff ' s Z 'V 1 J A 5' N ..., , 2,37 H, V f 4 f A A L., A 5 '- M 5 ., 2 -f - g ' S 2 ff I 5 ,f 7 mi,-W f, 4355.32-f i V5 ,-f'Rf, Mm g 914421 Z3 'S ., Z. ' ? ' KN M " Q X X 'PJ : Y ofkm .X 88 , ,.... . UPSILO BETA SIGMA BFYZA Row I: Thomas Burke, Lance Fravel, Allen Dunn, Arne Gunnarshaug, Anfhony Quarless. Row 2: John Auleffa, William Leavy, Bruce Doyle, John Babcock, Ferhun Soylran. Row 3: Alexander Turner, Killiam Breclc, William Nelson, Thomas Huray, Dennis Williams, Leonard Levine, Sfanley Cohen. Allen Dunn W Anthony Quarless Thomas Burke We Lance Fravel awe, Arne Cunnarshaug OFFICERS we-,,,,eeeea eaaaam president vice-president secretary treasurer pledgemaster f , f HFQE f '. gf , , , I, PRES- ' R X ,. i iz' A' ff' 6 1, I if Ns I ii: sv . 'X' 'Nm , Q X iij bag. . ., A . H QQQ I fp Q 5' 1 yi Q A A Q ? w 4 E gk sv a 13 THE PICNIC I' 2 ., 3 45, -1 ,F ,gy 9 QW W. Agp: gif S "' Yi Q 5 . N sci Nr Mm' W X 4 651, .fy ,. .. .- Psvca-:E POSEIDON + AMPHITRITE UICE PRES. , if w -fm " ,xwwi , HEAD OF THE Auumm ASSOC. UPSILO BETA SIGMA fc 'EE 1 4 ' k 5 35 f Q 9+ , 4 lk! 5 . Home PALEFACE . , , ,9,. , .,,.n - 1 ,352 '-'.A'v"' 'PL 'L" I . ,.A. V A Na. llil of mi wr: Eg. n :,-- sf M . V ",' I f A .,g A l I 1,-.f QQ -:'-1 Nl!"lJ' OLD SOL-DlEFKS .i 'b"' NEU E R D I E -V ,- 1 TREASURER - i X I - , We E f ' , M 1' J as 'hu Q nn v 44 A 51215,- Q. "' ar M 1g.1w,, , F . ,.UM.,,fL Q ' Wan 'f UM , Y 4 m, , JS' v uv 1 , A an .-.uf 1 W v Agn., M -1, my ..-' 4? 1- 54, 'V ' W gf 'li' 4 1, - A Ja. , n W ,4-sv 'W . M My , w ,, uv Q 5 ',f',4g..i Jw -Air V 'WJ' ff 3 xv 11111 vtwlnv. n,y"Mv' .11 X VLA. 'S-M W M. P- , www DOI? TS, 4 e 2 E A i y. E i if FOOTBALL X v , ,Y X V .. X an 4 K A 'GQ M R if xxx X X , img, g. - A x wg, S is A x ,X Q Q . 5 Z ,x Nw I WW A I X A 7. 23 .N.1f5'f' ' 1 , 33 N 1' QE .W'X5'11w.-:M , va J axuw ww ,- 'V - W 4 e XX f .... ,115 A' Cy" . X as ,, t :fm xg' 2 ' f I , wM W , ' . fl f P X E X dwg-. 1 e 1, ' Wu' Q , f ' f'-'X ' --Wx.. W' ' .Q v 'X W ' X X ,Ll Y .D Q x -X, Xs- Y FW fn -'ff' .QW 57' 4: Q C1 ,Z la .fi Lf" . , ' f 4 b "fx -1- W Coach Roberi' DiSpiri+o Capfain Angelo Palumbo sz, ' 1 1.5 fp, ' -i"'L Y v . - I , A H f -'iff-"HT V ,, LW, i' A 1 ,,.. , ,,,.. ' E 5 I ll Q i 325 11 H 1' ,,.,. .2 W .5 Q ,Uk fl n 1 .pp -:-, 3 , , J R: , l , , L I,., 1,.5. fr , 1 , 5 5 nf? - 5. WM- ,,,,,, .W xM.,.,,,.A.,....,.,...N..N.,,... , Q 5 , g s ! M ? , i t' 2 EJ mn f ill' f Q j ill! A in Y'-11 5 , 5? ag ... fix Q Y ff 1 E by X i , x ,KXK l Q x '- Y E X5 f N vi R Q P 'x - i 1. 4 ' ' , f Q 9 5 fx 2213 1 K f "fVf-' ' QA V, F54 Jing fq 5 . M, ig Q 'Q A uf? 1 V -QQ T., M figlf , ,2 5 f g ,, ' If Q Zi, 11' , A ' ' A ' W "'A ,,:1, I ' ' W.. ,f 'ff i I f ,vjf f A ' 1 . .Url . b 4 ,J 4 A fi. -f ' :':' 9 ' '- "" .. f , ' '-an ff , 25343 . Qi 1 f A,,,A ,. - ' A gi H, .. ,Sf Q , W -' ,Z ' 'f' il " , EJ Q , fi 7 -:A," 5 6 .1-- Li ij? . J 2 g ym! Nl , Emi W? gfff f N Vhfq w I A E A .m., Q Q A 4 ' M911 Q fa vi , 2 md Qifwl 'Y A i lglfggfy L Y LI it 5 ,kv X xv 'P-,fi I , '-W 'A 1 WZ? fi W' ' ' , " .V 'L ' v ' ' 1 5' W' 0' ' W 7 ff . , ' ,r , U x M ,A , lp K My 55 ?'4 . ' ' , , ' l N, vm if '-, 'df ,. 1 ' R if 41 'ff 3"'f " ' 5 ' as 2 5 fi' , qw 'ix 5 Riff? X., 3 , 4 Af f f 1 i 5 ' n 1 ffm Mfgfigifl , M v w " 1 --' iw f 192 -I J' KD -'5 O' O 'U C -r 'EL 0 K 3 LD J' -I- an 5. 'L C Q- FD Q. I uw FD 2. 0 1 -m S E. 3 O 'I f" CU 3 Q. Nl LM un O 'U 3' O 3 O W CD Y' 101' ls' SCHEDULE Bridgeport S SOUTHERN CONN. 14 BRIDGEPORT 19 Northeastern9 Bridgeport 0 Hofstra 0 Bridgeport 0 A.I.C. 26 BRIDGEPORT 21 Upsala 14 V 1 1 ,z, Q, BRIDGEPORT 20 C. W. POSt 0 BRIDGEPORT 18 E K K XSS., Central Conn. I6 V--Nv+1Q,tv'5ii -1-f . - ,Q 1k f Y "' .... ,r, ' - , lkl m i N. I il ?M,lfX,:g1.Av- 'iz ipivl , V A A Q c i ev f' Guard Jud Mundorf Tackle Jim Smilh i Coaches DiSpiri+o, Marcum, Poisson, Cosla, and Barslow. 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M3 X. rg XE, s.ygXgigm: g ,g5 M2312 saggy Xff, LX ' -' -, I' ' -' " 's ,Q , X, N 1 1 ' Xt 'X vc ' Y . v','X3 i fXX,Xx.-X ig- s if Xp,X'wqi2s K . as sw-gat, rf' Q, gg 'Xt uf J -cgfvi 2, sa-sf X ,XJXXXX X, v f - X' ' f. 'fu Ami SYM- ESM. Sja':""i "Q s, +.wXv:Xf-aw 'M -X-.-wsswbs' s 2 - ew gs: f.X' 'XXzfuy'n xe 2 m m XX.XX ANN, s X X s A fX yt Q55 X,4,3,XX , XV XA s 2 34.3. X r. X- yv,,gg,LXp, wg, X .H rs, 'ss , ,Af X,.a'3gs, A Q X ,X A- .ss , - af Xg. . x -'X r ff Ag- 1 ff X 'f f' if 5954 rw, f' 1. , X hfig-s'ag?,.4sQ.f Xgsf. fXX,M5a'gsggsi.,gqZXf ii .asyfagf ff 'X s asa-2' X 1 l 1 44 X Q J Wlieii a strong purple and white wall held one of the highest J ranked small colleges 1n the country to a scoreless tie, Bridgeport fans knew that then 1960 Knights were headed for a winning season. ' ' Much of the credit for a successful year must be attributed to the fine passing abilities of quarterbacks Larry Pasquale and Pete DeGregorio. Their t2t1'gt3tS were generally Mike Oshan and Vifalt Czekaj. The punting of John Hutchinson earned the senior a position among the nations top booters. Norm Pederson, Tom Shea, and Dick Conetta supplied the rushing power of the team. The front line, led by Little All-American Angelo Palumbo, must also be considered W a vital part of UB's winning squad. Linemen Vito Rallo. Jud Mundorf, Rudy Valentine, ffl i X,- ,. we Harry Schilb, and Jeff Wlian supplied most of the .strength on offense, while john Moran, Jim Smith, John Kopka, and Dave Pearson were the year's defensive stand- ou ts. me Finally, mention of the successful year cannot be made without comment t WNW concerning the fine job done by Coach DiSpirito and his staff. These men J Wi took a squad of 8 seniors, 12 juniors, and 23 fly sophomores and whipped :J them into a winning team overnight. They have set before us an ex ample of what they can do with an inexperienced squad. It should be interesting to see how far they will go with next year's 3 experienced team! V , X,, X X X Mfigak """"" ' gf as if a -,cw K s Mr ff X X X XX ' 'a is Q if I f Q .5 'Y ' i I ' .X ,P , X ..X- ' I "1::..:' h-. sm s 'Q' ' A A ff P ff .r ",?'4"'y',3 ' -"' - up X 3 5 V' Y f ?iq X. X ,s. s " 1 'N J A - s was i , - N, ...A .. P 'fra' 1" fq s tt- , W ' ' mass... ., X t X " ' 'X' ' " ' fl, W .4 mf' .fag if 5' Q s li .L+ i q ,Sl X, X ' , S f f PM if' ! ., ,kbs M vis- MX1 si . Bridgeport Gridders Win Final Game 18-16 Last uarter Bridgeport TD Do ns Upsala to , V . , , A - V- 5- l'lfx.r'X' X v f H- Q A H .J L . Q A B I .gg Pj lxmsyks ,, ,I ,',Rd.1,,--, f x a S we fi 'f-.. 'Ea s.. M. - --' , ' . -:- Sims.-:mv .ze kszxqsrei-gQsA?y,f .:: Wsgxaw. , N: t x g we x,.,, -.em -.,, , ,,., affgggigggamgkch ., .. .6 V- gisgivgl, t ,ig X . R it -- .V A B' fx .N + ' - .. ---- 1 ' ' A 1- a X .A . 1 3 fe - S-Q' MW- 4 - . .1 A my .-,.- ua - m f Y x. -wg. , .451 r 'V-1.se:s5a,f-sa . - x. " .V ,- ., 5.1.6. -. -V 342- 1, ff' -B A V ' i,-. f . A' ' B ,. wa, - . W. ,, ,Q , N, - -l 2 we '. -+ 'ff'-fi' L'f"l2 i'fX'fMi' 5795 fx? ff? :" if Mr' , ff, Q... 4 f' f fn. 1- N, A, fe- A at fxiszil B Halts Hofstra Win Streak Palumbo amecl Little All-Americang B Punter Rank 5th I ation Knights Down Postg Czekaj Stars Knights Smash l ortheastern 19-9 FRESHMAN FCOTBALL UB UB UB UB UB EW '-X-.53 X Y 1 l I R 14' K u K -rf SQCCER if . XR'-J"' 'O Q 4 is 3 , I D. e Fgfge 5, . u fxfiifb-'X Q V '- . ' 'fa , X R , , 1 - f .t - Y a L ,5 X J l 3, e A 2 x V4 an J F '- All . fb ' " .. X . J ... , Co-capiains Hans Zucker and James Kuhlmann R , ix 4 ' S 'ff f W' 1 '39 Y -1-1 QD -115 we 7 1 L , Q if 1 M 2 4' 5 1 " Hu X iff .s .fx ' 4:2 lie .. Qi? am .. N W . , A A " ' 4, X 34: Y ---' -' , e 1 , x .L . , ,, H, a-!QoX,w?Q x y':g,'gw'- k , ' ' wa . -. ' , Q 5, , .492 5 'X 19' , " 322' f f 33 :Qi ' L75 sy' Coach John McKeon QL- 1 , Q " Sf 9 Q 5 ii? ,Y i W- : 1165 Q, M .. -Que 42. K ' 1 e :,. , 'ev X' ' fab' 'e 6242 , 45,14 inf UB averaged 4.0 points per game while the defense held opponents to an average of 1.0. av" 'YN-lv w , 1' ' 1 f V30 J, f v SCHEDULE BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport BRIDGEPORT W Trenton State F.-Dickinson Connecticut Boston U. Hartford YALE Albany S.T.C. Springfield Coast Guard Coaches Lee Roberis, John McKeon, George Brown , W W 5, . ,,v If - f-. 5' we iq '- sg wage , A N W X 'Q X9 Q my A Jn K atv V A Q: wx " , , ' 5 J 6' ' 'A 5, ' ve X , Z ex, on X A a, Q, 2 yy X A 'INS 'F' xg X ,Q , to X 4 is .S 4251 1 X ' S sm- L"?1'f "" ' 'AA x ,Kr G -I T " ,--2-, Q4 .. ., .2 H -75,ff:5,-- ,, -- wb t,,e ..-. f ,Al .C A Jim Kuhlmann SR I " I z , ' if I.-.. , ,sy A We I wi Q5 1 qf I . W.-' '33 - X' if If you ,L .',,f- Bob Becker Bob Dilcranian John Maieslco ,FYI A 0 N' , - .. - , , ,J Q".- "fi" '3'ii:i.!' 5 B k an I- . . - 4 K KK ai-.pc . , -Nw. it ,, SM j.'-rflj, . 1 ff' ,. . , . .ev lu. digs: bk, , A . A QQ...-.Xi '- W '30, ,, ,tag-29,,Z13fZ',.3, wk, - . ,, iggpsf A , to . V,,Qg,gygnf.yu. if2"2LSeii'sf,7.tQg 'kwlwi-fi.3a.7 if" Ls QQ . Q - ki . ,vw 5 tx X l 1 14,5 2 " iw ig? X' 5" Q 'n - ' V, 'Q - - thi- .in . , NMR? Jpd X 'C , .. .M ,nf X. .i. v I Ai .i . .fi ,fp 5 '. tn. A ,MW 2 , Although this years soccer team failed to make the NCAA finals, UBites can be proud of the out- standing record compiled by the Knights. It took a powerful Yale squad to stop the purple and white booters, who had rolled to 5 straight victories. The lo-ss of co-captain jim Kuhlmann and Jack Coogan did much to thwart UB's chances of repeating its performance of 1959 when the Knights competed for the NCAA championship. Nevertheless, coach john McKeon's squad completed the season with 7 victories, l loss, and l tie. UB soccer teams, through the years, have registered a 58-16-3 record under McKeon. This year's offense was headed by John Majesko, Hans Zucker, Bob Dikranian, and Pat Quigley. Bob "Headball" Landers, Lee "Hustle" Bogli, Tasso of-W W wfffiih yy! ' ,, - 'L ' fw .f , Q J " f ' -. f pilj' , 4, , in ,, ' at ff , Ag, , -las M.. -v . : ' ,f ' V 'm ,Xi .. pr ,lg A gy W , , :gg t 494 e f ,..-1: Q -MQ' - ,af 1 ,,. W N, 1 if , , sa , . -f is Mtiifs , , W -- f l f ft q V .Q 1, ...., .fb ff, vt ,A sf? -,ff -f .4 lv f 2-Nykaxfwiws ,, WL .,,, , .. 9. i34,l5g?,vlM6,Z Q, Y 1- . 5' 4, f A m a 5 K sf V off,-.,s .f tfy,,,,,',,A, ,N w,,,"1',,fv'f..wL ' " rdfgfr 'ii A- 4" ' ' ff- f 1, .. ff , . 'Z e filierftfa 5, l jfs'-I 7 ., "W 2., vi' Chlrogianis, Fred Mayer, and Nick Wirth starred on ,W by y , in 1 - V , , N, i ' ,, ,, , V , defense. Zi 9 W 1 ""i A f , ll , A, - A 1 , 'vf . .,,,i,,1, 3, ',mi,w, Lf' hd .' " ' , tr is 5 A"W , '. fi',i'r, "7 " '1f'4','tf::,fl,f,,'f, I ' ,. ,Vg Wa, 5 ,Q If it Z .qs . V, ,, ' ' f w ., , ,. ' 4 . , f " 5 ,. .-...1 f " ' f if If 4 VVA, Wig , -I I ,' , K t if.. I M V f ' , N, ' ' ' "' 554' A P fe' f 'I " 1 ..,, '1 3: 7' ' "f,fs:', Q:-,i241"2ffQj ,f':"" ,' V wil' A , .- if at., . , ' at -' , N , i fmffd fa, gl 3 4 , ,. if 4 ,, U we "Q WMM jQ,,. , L 'f"'f" ,A Q ' -. " , ' .af 'ycy' D"f"Z'Q1,jy,'6f-q,gl.?Q1 ,' yy M V y ' I -Aw , ,M t,.,...... .N Q a: rff,, A V' 1 : 5 " 1 if My ,nov- agln 4 A ' la . Q ffl' tl il' 'tif ,t 'T . away,-I + .,, if .A ' K V . w. vM--A Y af 19- z..f....-. ...,. Soccer Team Smashes Fairleigh UB Rours H2l1'ff01'dS A ,su N ,M Him QW' Ma1esko Scores 3 Boosters Crush UConn' Kuhlmann Hurt 3 ,Q , Q 155255 li gh, ,.w,,,-N, Q ir wx Y - 5 1 2 1. qs 'H-f, , 1 Trenton Squad Poundecl , , YW! As UB Booters Win, 5-1 BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport 200 FRESHMAN SOCCER SCHEDULE Yale Connecticut Milford Prep Army SPRINGFIELD 3 0 0 3 5 Co-Captains: BOB GOEHRING BOB CARNIERO Coach: GEORGE BROIWN .f"""Qg Coach Gus Seaman BASKETBALL ' ph- ,xi nr- - - fu X gf' - x s 1 X w 3 W' Cx I at ig Q,, A V w f tt t X t 5. I PAVA ,ff'1,..... A-'. ' f-1' x 9-14 Ca piain Joe Yasinski 'lanunauuusvrcvf'i?lilWil1nlW QRWPW w w Nga . V 5. . ..,,, v zb A Q4 -if I5 at ,gm WL j-liz ig I, Y aff 5 ff' A gy , The Bridgeport Varsity averaged 82.5 points per game this year. WSE E PUR7 201 . I if P: 2? 1 ' ' .. A 0i'7 ,X , A ' N .4 3, ,, 'qw ' ' ' . - F S 79 85 77 95 72 96 82 68 77 G4 SPRINGFIELD ST. FRANCIS South. Conn. Hll1'Il'Ol'4l C.C.N.Y. Hunter IONA RIDER CENTRAL CT. F.-DICKINSON 87 I Ni ' :feng 7717 UB MARYLAND ST. 98 UB 7,3 I UB ST. JOHNS 109 UB ,ij I, Uh Brooklyn Mm Uh UB A-I-C 00 UB UB NEW YORK AC 105 UB JOeTfOia'10 UB COAST GUARD 99 UB UB Adelphi 88 UB UB Yeshiva 65 UB UB FAIRFIELD 94 UB UB 75 FAIRFIELD If I.I, Q Dan Morello 3' 7...--H X 'I I I 'W 3 A I ,,.I Ie x an Q Q is xg 3? Varsiiy Coach Gus Seaman, A+hle+ic Direc+or Herberi' Glines, and Freshman Coach Don Feeley. X.,- M X Roger Turpin Jerry Feldman ,PN-..,,, Tom Liplcowiiz Roy Robbins -.Zi KI ff" i ix: 'E W NX X x x 4 M-ff. M 'Wig- vw f?'2388x?52Q5.2fsig ,. K,-M . ,,,-,. V. U, ,gm 169 vu at 'pe M' Cagers Take Brooklyn, A. I. C., Adelphi Knights Register Over Elm City Owls UB Closes Cage Season With Tally Over Hartford 'Q Bridgeport Takes Measure of Yeshiva -. ..., 1 ',r-1'1n-1-ffwv .4-nf-.--r--.wh--1---X ----I-1 fr: fm- --A ff'-We-Y---A - 'r, BASKETBALL V .51 .. f ' 'S 'E Q FRESHMAN U13 96 Bzlssick 11.8. 1113 73 llrooklyn U13 69 Y:11C 2 5 Q 3 47 ' 1 M 5 1 -G ras x 1 x Co-captain Dave Wissman 1713 96 Trinity 1'1S 80 Iona V13 67 RIDER U13 80 Coast Guard U13 113 Adclplli U13 86 Y Sportsman U15 84 FAIRFIELD UB 83 SOUTHERN CT UB 105 Hartford U13 83 C.C.N.Y. 68 63 67 62 72 69 86 85 59 68 K4 5'5- 1 if x ', Q . ' :E , L X L 4 ' 4-39,55 5 -v ' Q X86 A in ? Co-capfain Sieve Thrush UB 85 Clcntml Conn. UB 78 F.-DICKINSON UH 78 F:1ir1'ic1c1 72 113 61 V .v...Mnmn,nmmumnoumwmam fwwfwmwwmf ,W 1 WM ., Mi 41 K W.,-Z - N-mf.-wfw, ,.. .,M..,. .g,...m.ggyg.p........u.4g.a-uudum 205 E 1 Rfk BASEBALL L., kk -'K l f , NX 7 N X 3 A A xx f 1 , , . ' - xf ' , - YQN 9 i i? . p jf. . X 1. Qx , if " .1 fi, xx , ' h 2 c w h ,hx N., . I fr' , . wx i Xb is . Q' "' ' 2, - ' ww' ' ffm. 1 Q 1 w ' . .5 x Mawr.. 6 , ,fn -4-if fl V 'Q va ,mmf A-rc: fa .. 1, 4. f , ? my 'Y ' 4 f 5 gen? . 9- -1' x is P' Q fs A EQ ,Q my -Q....,,., ..,,,, ,:,,,.:. ? ,.tf,. . . ,.,. N if W X , ' A - - k . . . ' ,ft I , ' uaxkf , 'f" A , 'W , ff -. ""W.,,,.. M," ,...f-as -0" . ... H Co-ca pfains Ev Thorpe J? xi and Richie DiMuro v Coach Roberl' DiSpiri+o e 3 ti sg D , 'Q 324 xy: 3 ff, 1 '34, 1 S L 'Q g I ,Y if , f if 5 A f 4 y 52 .9 'Q lf Q . if f ' fi., ,f H v ' Q f nity? 1 ,J ., A , w mgwm , . ,X m f' 35" N ww-J, ' I V , 4' X WW f , if r Y , ,V 3 1? KA , WK J I ,f y N Pf5iZX93li'a5 if 6 . W., 6 ' . 53, ..., , ya. NX ff K if xx, 'W X 1 The Purple and White collected 150 hits during the season. 1 .fig kr QW-"jd, 'fix NN , P , SCHEDULE Bridgeport 4 bETON HALL 15 BRIDGEPORT I9 L I U BRIDGEPORT 3 Providence Bridgeport UPSALA BRIDGEPORT 9 Ffmiield Bridgeport fx. X .I , 1,., I - Bridgeport I Bridgeport 3 HARTFORD John Maieslro, righ'l' field r' S 'SX' K 3 "wt ? I I 1 Gi' I r xr'-a,f1'2f'g ,Q .me ,another ' 4 ...N J Capfain Ev Thorpe, 'gm r 9 ,Xt r ,P Doug Holmq uisf, cafcher Coach Roberi' DiSpiri1'o Capiam Richie DnMuro and Coach Fran Poisson BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport Bridgeport Bridgeport Bridgeport X H... ., Q - Q -X ., . M. A , sc. N .s W' V- - - uw-Q: R sr -, M .W X . - .Y :QQ-M ., ta.. QQ??,gssgsSQ t Q Q K Q .Jhww i vb' . , ' ? .. , AL, . ,Ms -s -- .fr Tl 'Q if , i Q -X . li, ,,.. Q - .-...si isiwiu N, Avg 5. af '- Iv- T - ff- .. -- --+2 'Q Q52 . Kgs, Q av., 1, ,fx A+ , 44.15, 5,1 :Q ' rs - X- 'Y . ',-3--.131-f..:w.gz:.,'-"1 ..-, .R-mi ss.-.1 QV .gs .XV .ini sg EX., Q ai " "S .fx-w-u.f- .f. --Vw---' , fs. ' zz-,, keg. :,."3f-.1 5, Q, Q .qssfj Q 21 l5:375i'fi?ff. - QQ.. Qc Niki llst -t i ,..E.Y.Q -t 7:-U " ,, . , . , ,hQ.mQ. Q.Q , X .L,,1V.. 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Q T, , - QT Q tk.: .A Q - 1 ,QL , Q ,av . Qv.Q4 -: - . - ...- . .- 1 , rf Y - A - - e . - -A . -4 . H - .ww ' ...,4--- . -f. 54-e , -s '-Hu ff---Q .- V- -1, ff '-' H -1- 1 B7 -- , 'A' J. 7,,,...,y.- 'J'i'Q, . 'VY QQQ, --" X' 9 A ' i, " L. - 4 4 ' , ' I . l ' Wwe.. ff' g 1 aa '- I fs ' 1 r W f. Q,.f' ,wg , ,,,., . . Q ,f K Q ,. e kg . r ff, wyfwq A Jw , . - hw, fx wtaftr- -,'- -V3',,:f1 f ,.,., . V ' . ' If f -"" ' V , . i Y' 'B ' f' . 1' 2 ff- M ,WV .f u ff ' X fy 9' - . R - ?zf...4a-aria" is iw A f f M-W.-. T? v 1 i v 4 U 5' I s. . , . PQ ' z. ' ' ' , . wa ,N . The will to win never faded with Bridgeport. This attitude was evident in UB's first game against Fairfield. The Stags had taken ti quick 6-0 lead in the second inning. The Knights cho-pped away at the lead until they tied the opponent in the seventh. Then Fairfield pushed one run ahead in the following inning. It was Bridgeport's three-run explosion in the bottom of the eighth, however, that brought victory to the Knights. The UB squad, led by first baseman Ev Thorpe and centerfielcler Richie DiMuro, ended the season with a 6-10-1 record. Bridgeport's starting lineup also included third baseman Al Koperwatts, second baseman Rudy Takacs, shortstop Gerry Ainorosanna, catcher Doug Hohnquist, rightfielder John Majesko, and leftfielder Nick Gennaro. The pitching staff was headed by Bob Budd, Mike Oshan, and Mike McLaughlin. . Q 2 5 , E fafi f , ,.,,.,, ,Wg Q -. . f f -' 2,0 W! X -' .46 . M. 1' 71 M.. i an Q ' .nvrtwfkiew V V ,. V- .--1-Vf,- J, 1 , , ,.. Q e f W QQ Q N Q 33,473 7 , Q ' Q.V.. Wm l Q. wg ., , yn, . an X QW yr, ln. QQ ., . -' .,,.,.,V4,. y M" -1, A -f 4 1- 2,1 Q V: Q :. Q Q ,y Q . . Q I . , , M.. V- y 'f ..-'23 , , 6,54-Q ' 4-V7 f 1 a f . - ' ' ' "' .,-0. ' 7 . ,,,,.-.-M Q Q mmf . . , . QQ WA! au.,-W ow--f' A . wa M 1 17' ' ' W- uc ,, ., - . f "Z .2 44 , i f ,WV ,Q Q.. Q . :. . ', p f Q 1 ,,,"f . Q . W . , ' I I .V-1. fm , , . . . 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" "E"5?'-Q -Te' 1 rs, Ve 1-YT? Q,vigf:1"'f,,f f-W, .-iw . M.. ' - L., -rw I V G 0 L ",,".j,5u4' I z 'S 'gl 'Q' sf 9 :.,..:X pa l f 1- ea u rex! Bridgeport Crushes Clark 13-5 QQ Lee Roberts - -- Dave Wfissman Richie Sanborn FRESHMAN --- Head Coach - .e,.. shortstop - first base Dom Arangio , ,s.., catcher Bob Hoffman L Mike Bourque Paul Weinbatini Steve Pjura H- Steve Thrush L - .,v. third base - LL, left field -- right field center field second base Fran Cholko, Mike Cohen ....ecc... pitchers BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT Bridgeport Central H.S. 1 0 0 Harding H.S. 2 5 Purple Knights Come From Behind To Stop Fairfield 5 ,,. N 'J'f'.....fJ ' 'A f igasgr' 'Ks' V: i' .'. .,. v x hifgli: L' i ll'-3-C", "iIQL X 5 ? ' M ' X' , . 'qw fi , if .ii"5iifQi5s7 ','. " S- -Q, -,gp f - f 4-A441 .b 3 - 2, ' ,f I : , .. f '45 two ,fy A Hy' 1 Xiu., I F, VXXV p-My X , cb? -9 BEE , ruglfp p p ,1fl5.f9 A 1 V Xi Q5 Py , pg, N aye A, ,QQ K, .. ' 'so 'Y I z- I L, - xi it 1 R 3 ni, I--N ,il Q ' r:-:V - tm wifi' EX 1 B r f ' L l i W ' i lt, f r "view . I ' If df I-uf " ,, IV?" , ., ,.,. pl, V: , ,gi I ,A I ' ' '1 x I , Q .f ii ' V vi A 5, ,lk lv, pp 6 I et, ' ,,,, "QI ff ,g ip, - if L Q 'fbi is , - x 'Q-rvffa ' fa 3'-If . I, ,j,f'3f N if 5 .V ,I ' if + . ,. f - ' ' f '.-.fe :,. 459 J' is is 'asa ' effiw -I AlM+f'r"s3f " ,QF A " ' I ' f" 'I ,e,. 5 , I W' H 1 Lwiwzcsf- ' Mu' --" 5 ',i.- as ,, 2 'tis' 'i?,M.kJi'w+ . ., i.a f i f ,f..,,.-W' 'I5'f?f?:Sr ,ill .,.. E H -Qf7?fTf'M' 'i V- '- "' " " L ' ., LF--Q 'f . ' fi UB Downs Providence Nine BASEBALL A i 545 f-""u"""9 209 43 W? Coach Wa Her Kondrafovich SWA sy ,Tl H 6 1 m ,N x , TRACK ff' " ! I ff N I if? FI ' O-4 ' , W, ,. 1 as ww "On 4.-ff .ig 'X W 1A 2 1 v xQ6""' ,. . A. 591244 - , - :sn 2' 3 fmx .,.: :g-- ' -1 A Ei: ,I ,5 ,Y sq. Q X. JL K N ,,N, L ,,N,X,f,5.N, K file-X , , E Ax , Q: ff Q ,Q Q Co-capiains Jim McGarry and i3"f"w Jim Kuhlmann QW Q Ummm? fi! fl Qfzffpfv, Nw- ' J" gg A r ' a x ,, X -mm gr., A Qysgxm W6 if 5 ' 'A .. ' ,, ww? vw 4-J 4' 'bf 5 W My , " "JW af 3, S: I g,.,.,vwE , , V. 1' if F ' WM' Q21 Q 214 ,, Ifw 5' f ,pfff ZMV, ,Wa Wow I96I Briclgepori- Varsiiy fraclc ieam . X Y X I X ,R L Q 3- I "1 4 3 9, 3? Q 'e 4 3 I .'NQRvXi. 0556.235 :1 ' . i,-4 if SY S4 Q 3 N!! Xt . es, .X at f A.: , ,NX X Q. , ,ts 3: ' - i M,,,,mBin336'2Qp - 5 , me rs f 394 A its r 1 ips., .9 A Q s i f Q 2 wfi, f ,I rw X E y qw fs 7 7 ab XV ff I 1. ' .2 UB if ,,,L,,. X -4 x Q V .am 2 0 A -Gia A X S ,swf 5' X Q.. A f ,X XX3 if ses, A , N. t Q31 ,i .F 'wif i sex s f X X is 1 , JSQXQM, H 'f 'Q 4 iv n lg X X we as ' X ww.. .., tw X3 . X- - rx--31, Q9 ,V F A X msg - .,, W, if ,,, . 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A., A .Ag r W' ZZ' My ff f N , if v ,f M Q A fa 7? 1 X l,.,,,. 3 1 f -M,-Z? ,.,, E mia,-f s, ,isa .:.1 , X34 , Eff, Xf ,Q ,.f . . . - as F Z ,,.V f f I fl il M ' gn Although UB's varsity track team was unable to win a meet, certain members of Coach Kay's l96l squad were consistent scorers throughout the year. .lim McGarry won the 220 and 440-yard dash in the Fairfield meet and took first place in the 440 against Hunter. In every Bridge- port meet, the pole vault was won by UB's Smith. Smith also won the ll0-yard hurdles against Fairleigh-Dickinson. The discus throw was won twice by Yanosy and once by Leigh. Yanosy also took a first with the shot put in the Fairfield meet. Bruno scored firsts with the shot in both the Fairleigh-Dickinson and Adelphi contests. Co-captain jim Kuhlmann won the 220-yard hurdles against Hunter and Feeley placed first in the same event against Fair- leigh-Dickinson. John Kopka took first place in the 220 and -H0-yard dash in the Adelphi meet. 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'llfg HARTFORD 4 HARTFORD 4 4 3 4 7 V2 5 V2 5 Co-captain Don Milrlus .Nt UB's varsity golf captains with roach Al Sherman 4 TENNIS The 1961 UB Varsity Tennis team spoiled the opening of Fairfield University's new tennis courts by handing the Stags a 5112 to 31f2 defeat. It was John Feldman's victory over an aggressive Fairfield player that gave the Purple Knights the win. Altshull, Greenhut, and Griswold also scored for Bridge- port. Hartford University tagged the Knights with a 7-2 defeat at the Laurel Courts. Dick Altshull and Eric Greenhut account- ed for Bridgeport's score. '76 gf 1 . 3 2 f GEM ' " l"'Qsa.., 5 vp , , ,, ,V i ., tyfffflf il' -' CHEERLEADERS X-.., .. K 1. Max-x. za .f x M an 4 ff' sw-fjvmy ,mar N Q x .F V lv :-, 155'- N-:sw .. .13 '?,4'i4Q. 2 Z X 5 ,.,,,,, .Q ,g . 3 I -,ff ' wffg 124510 LZ: ,,., xy 1 5 K , 1 4, J V N 41 A ,Vo W Q ' 5 ,Q X990 M QQ 0 4 :VO 9' 4 ,j 6 1 bw, ' 6 f V , K , X 4 2 y Y 91- Y Q Q v . Q. ff J 5? if y sf' W ' ' ,sf-.ww - -. 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About the most important aspect of any year- book is pictures and this year we had a fine pho- tographer work with us, which just by itself merits reward. Murray Modick of Victor O'Neill Studios in New York took the senior pictures and also the title divider page color shot. As evi- dented by the results of this work Murray spent many extra hours making up where the stalf and students were lacking. Part of the backbone of any publication is the assembling, enlarging, reducing, setting up gal- leys, proof-reading, suggesting layout ideas, and art consulting. all being summed up under the title of publishing. This year we were fortunate enough to be able to retain Bradbury, Sayles, O'Neill, Hurley, K Thomson Publishing Com- pany. For many years this concern has coped with problems imposed upon them by the student of UB. Our thanks go to Dick Robertson, also of Victor O'Neill Studios, who on many spontan- eous occasions caine from Stamford to take pictures of special events. To Dick we give thanks for the taking of many of the color di- vider pages. The staff would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Hotchkiss, Director of Alumni Hall, for her co-operation in helping us through many difficult situations. One must realize that to get along with that small group on the third floor in room 35 is almost a full time job in it- self, but Mrs. Hotchkiss, with the help of her secretary, Miss Linda Varaney, advised us and offered us a place to confide in. Our cover was originally designed by Mort- imer XfVallerstein and was considerably revised by the staff of the Publishing Company. The staff thanks Mr. VVallerstein for his efforts. One of the more colorful sections of the Year- book is that belonging to the Fraternities and Sororities. Our hats are off to those who worked so willingly with our staff on these pages and produced some of the most humorous pages of the book. Below you see a picture of Vic Muniec, ad- visor to the VVISTARIAN. 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