University of Bridgeport - Wistarian Yearbook (Bridgeport, CT)

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Greek Govermnent Gives Ancient Lamp of Learning A dream has been made a re- ality! The Junior College of Con- necticut has been presented with a traditional symbol for its progressive work in the advancement of the American youth. The symbol presented to the College is a "Lamp of Learning," which is said to have been made in the fifth century. and was re- cently unearthed there by Greek archaeolo- gists. Last spring. President E. E. Cortwright. in a conference with leaders of the student body. discussed the possibility of inaugurat- ing some tradition connected with the col- lege. As a result of this discussion. Mr. Mac- Millan. during the course of his correspond- ence with the Hon. Lincoln MacVeagh, Amer- ican Minister to Greece. mentioned the wish of the college and the result of the "hint" is evident. Although word was received by the col- lege that the lamp would be presented to it through the State Department. early last summer. announcement of the event was not made because it would arrive too late for graduation use. e uate the A letter kopuoulas. and G. Oeconmos. Service. states: The Hellenic government has send you an ancient lamp datmg back fifth century, B.C. which was found in cavations of the Keramikos of Athens, so that may stand as a tangible monument of the .sym- bol of your college. Formal dedication of the newly acquired treasure will take place in the near future when a combined meeting of the Board of Trustees. Board of Associates. 'the faculty. and students is called. '. 1. THE SCHIDE. December 15. 1937. volume IX, no. 1. A presentation to the class of 1962, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut, by the Wistarian staff: WI TAR! ROBERT A. ANDERSON editor-in-chief ROBERT RESTA business manager FRANK MILLER layout editor ELIZABETH SIMMONS copy editor med!! Scurr 7927-1961 The University of Bridgeport was. in 1926. still a rather nebulous concept. E. Everett Cortright returned from New York and met with fellow Rotarians to ascertain their feelings about an idea which had been whirling about his mind. They. too. were fired with enthusiasm about the possibility of a co-educational, non-sectarian. independ- ent institution of higher learning in Bridgeport. Through their effonts and the efforts of many others in the city. the Junior College of Connecticut was established in 1927. The venture opened in one building on Fairfield Avenue with a faculty of ten. including Dean Scurr. and a student body of seventy-five. Since its inception in 1927. it has made important strides in all areas of achievement. By 1961 the University had a faculty of one hundred sixty-six. and the enrollment had increased more than thirty-seven times. Twenty states and fifteen foreign countries were represented in that number. The cultural advancements are notable. Among those may be listed the establishment of the Human Relations Center. the Foreign Film Festival. the student art exhibits, and the addition of a Cultural Center to the facilities of Carlson Library. The Cultural Center houses such activities as recitals. concerts. and lectures. Scholastically. - the improvements at the University of Bridgeport are many. That a higher standard of achievement has been established is indicated by the fact that College Entrance Examination Boards are now an entrance requirement and Graduate Record Examinations a graduation requisite. For the first time in its history, in 1961 the University conferred honorary doctoral degrees on such interna- tional figures as Dr. Martin Luther King. Henry Labouisse. John Hersey. and Charles Parr. The 1962 honorary degrees were given to Richard Rodgers. Igor Sikorsky. and Dr. Rosemary Park, representing the Arts. Sci-ence, and Education respectively. At present there are a dozen academic units incorporated in the University, including a nationally known summer program designed to advance the gifted science student of high school age. It is obvious to all that those who have gone before us were instrumental in the ad- vance of our University. It is left for us to establish a tradition of excellence in all fields. U li 1'-?.' 3 Ti Q1 DJ l il? 'Rv EL U li' EB R l El G Q Tall? mn E a gl E H E W E mn milf s mn ms mn s M Sf? we Es is BE W H E mn a s ss H ss msgs mmm m nga im new a all s a E m as -Em lm Riagg N Ms-mn m nw s as la :wg- s ww? a mn s as wrw fuels, -3, up-Q-eggs s ami ss W -.W .m -v w '-'gskwfis .g -..ss-zqmm wr 9.922 ,ss Wm w W ,K- B ss was Bw as N H a We B ww as mx' E s s s a as mn mn a E B sysw agus ss E seal The University ill become only as large it can be good, as large as its resources can prop If mm a Higgs? 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Engineering Kroff Music E. Engineering Phlloxophy Harry Wechhr Charles D. Weber Chemlsfry Ari Ralph Yakel Economics a as a a- an ' an .41 Frank S. Wrlqhl fi '- Dlreclor of Placement - r 7 I l x Hassan E. Zandy Physics rv-s. Wllllem Wrlghl Dlrecfor of Sfudenl A""""" Dr. john A. Rassias, 'Teacher of the Year" 18 "Instruction ends in the schoolroom, but education ends only with life. A child is given to the universe to be educated." - F. W. Robertson MARY E. ADAMS MARYANN C. ADDARIO MICHAEL AGIN A.A. IN Exzcrfnvs SFXIRETARIAL S'run1r.s A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN Mmuumnc .1 y D VI , 5 3' LV' ik A ,Z 5: 11: ,I 1 SIGURD E. AHL JOHN P. AIRES HELEN M. ALDERMAN B.S. IN MARKETING B.S. IN Pmfsrcn. EDUCATION B.S. IN Nunsmc KENNETH ALPERT B,S. IN MARKEUNG ROBERT A. ANDERSON B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION BARBARA R. ALTIERI B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 1 . JANET E. ANDRUS B.S. IN ELEMENTARY Enucfm ON ELIZABETH A. AMBROGIO A.A. IN FASHION MERCHANDISING WILLIAM ARMISTEAD B.S. 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DEWHIRST JAMES N. DEMOTSES B.S. IN BUSINESS ,ADMINISTRATION B.A. IN Psvcnonocv B.S. IN ACIDUNTING RICHARD DiDONATO ROBERT A. DIKRANIAN LOIS D. DREIER E NTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN Snco NDARY EDUCATION B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION B.S. IN LEME HELENE M. DUDICK BARBARA A. DULINA GERALDINE L. DUNNE A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE A.S. IN GENERAL EDUCATION A.A. IN LEGAL SECRETARIAL Srunnss E :f ' I . ' 5 .,.. if 1 'I' ' - 'S' 1 izfffi' H 2 Li: -,-Q " - iq F Q: " fr X f .N z ......-,..,., Q, ' 1? iw- . HOWARD -C. ECKENRODE LAUREN E. EIBY STEPHEN M. EISENBERG B.S. IN SECONDARY EnucAnoN A.A. IN MEDICAL SIzcIu:'rAn1AL Srunms B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 49 BONNIE H. ELINSKY PATRICIA M. EMMONS HELENE ESNER A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE A.A. IN LEGAL SEcnErAIzIAI. STUDIES B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FRANK c. ESPOSITO RICHARD J- EYRE B.A. lN PSYCHOLOGY B-5- IN MARKETING STEPHANIE M. FADAK B.S. IN NURSING TANINA C. FARAH BARBARA J. FEELEY FREDA FELBERBAUM B.A. IN FINE ARTS B.S. IN Pmrslcm. EDUCATION B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION EDWARD G. FEUCHTWANGER DONNA L. FIELD JILL A. FISCHER B.A. IN Hxsronv A.A. IN FASHION MERCHANDISING B.S. IN Nunsmc RHODA G. FOGELSOHN LOUISE FORMAN EDWARD H. FRACKMAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.A. IN Musxc ROY D. FRANCESCHET EDWARD M. FRIED ARTHUR D. FRIESNER B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING B.S. IN MARKETING B.S. IN MARKETING GAIL H. FRITZ RITA L. FROST JOHN N. FULLEN A.S. IN DENTAL HvcIIzNIs: A.S. IN GENERAL EDUCATION B,S, IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS I I, ' 1 DANIEL J. Fusco ANASTASIA L. GAIDISH PETER J. GALINDEZ B.S. IN ACCOUNTING A.A. IN 1-Zxncunvn SIEREFARIAL S-mmnzs B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION ROSEMARY I. GANNON B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION "Ei ' ' -A,.: ff- " ' 'Suri H' f RONALD A. GAZDIK B.S. IN MARKETING A .JL Isl ,.,, T l 4-.qv Wa-"'ff'wgw-IfT7Tn' 1 H .gif Iifaigw- 'fjv 'M' lg? Jr I r. V J , :ij ,V ,ml-r,.-' vi: -V Qi! I , 'I " Aivqf. fiflgvf RUTH F. GARRETT EVELYN D. GAVITT A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN NURSING A 5? , , - X f' "1 v , H CYNTHIA P, GELBARD NICHOLAS GENNARO B.S. IN EDUCATION B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PATRICIA M. GENTILE A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE MARIE R. GILBERT A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL ERNESTINE R. GIAIMO A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIB VICKI B. GILBERT S-rumm B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ANTHONY J. GIANCOLA B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LINDA A. CIOVANNIELLO A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE . X X M. RONALD GLASER SAMUEL A. GOFF B.A. IN BIOLOGY B.S. IN MARKETING FRANK G. GOLDSCHMIDT RUDY GONDAR BA- IN ECONOMICS B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PHYLLIS GOLDMAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION JUDITH A. GRAVES B.A. IN ENGLISH ELEANOR GRAVINO CAROLE A. GREENBERG A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENII: B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ANN C. GRISWOLD B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION DOLORES B. GRUNFELD B.S. IN BusINEss EDUCATION EDITH R. GREENBERG B.S. IN NURSING jg W PETER 1. GUERRIERI B.S. IN MARKETING 1 JOAN B. GULYAS ROBERT P. HALIO A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SECREFARIAL STUDIE B.S. IN MARKEI'ING ,..au. 2. gigs - tx 5 52 MARTIN A. HALPERN . B,S. IN ACCOUNTING 11135 I EDWARD J. HARDY IN ELECIRIGAL ENGINEERING CAROLE A. HALKY B,S. IN ACCOUNTING Y Jfp., 1 , 'I u Y 2 .A- JOHN R. HARRIS B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING I 4.2, v A 4. ., 5, "' N, . HENRY J HENEGHAN, JR. THOMAS W. HARVEY SHIRLEY A. HELMSTETTER . B.S. IN INnusnuAI. DESIGN A.A. IN LEGAL SECRETARIAL Srunus B,S, IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEHQING .I 7521 2 . I I :., ' -- I H . D X W .1 ELEANOR M. HIGHLING EDWARD HOERR B.S. IN MARKETING SUSAN E. HERMAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PAULA B. HOFFMAN FRANCIS J. HOGAN CORNELIUS J. HOLINKO B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATIQN B.S. IN EI.I:crRIcAI. ENGINEERING B.A. IN HISTORY fi 6. ' ' , V ff SUSANNE P. HORNER SANDRA E. HORNEY THOMAS A. HURAY A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE A.A. IN LEGAL SECRETARY Swmm B.A. IN BIOLOGY BARBARA M. HUTCHINSON MARY F. IACOBELLI MARYANN IERARDI B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.A. IN MusIc A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENI: X. HOWARD E. JACK, JR. ROBERT J. JANOSKO RICHARD E. JANSAK B.S. IN ACCOUNTING BS. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN B.S. IN ELECIRICAL ENGINEERING GRACE E. JOHANSSON B.S, IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIANE W. JORGENSEN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATI ON BRUCE W. JOHNSON CAROLYN J. JOHNSON AA. IN EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL STUDIES B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION F WILLIAM M KANE PETER M. KAPLAN B.S. IN MARKETING -fur' E X F , ' M . 'fi Q B.S. IN MARKETING MICHAEL J. KASS ARTHUR S. KATZ RONA S. KATZ B.S. IN MARKETING B.S. IN MARKETING AA. IN Exscunva SECREIAIUAI. Srunms ' ""' " . E J Alquu 2 JUDITH H KEMPTON EUGENE M. KIMMEL WILLIAM H. KING B.S. IN ELEMEN:l'ARY EDUCATION B.A. IN HIs'ronY B.S. IN MARKETING ARLENE R. KLENK A.S. IN DENTAL Hycmma . : g g :gi .gEg ..:. .:.: 5 1' Q : ALLAN M. KOPERWHATS B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AUDREY E. KLOTZ JOHN E. KOCH IN Exmcurxvn SncnE'rAluAL Srumm B.S. IN MAmumNc JOHN R. KOPKA B.S. IN PHYSICAL EnucA'rloN SUZANNE KOSLOW B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION . .'-.I J ,.,. N HG igizf' .. . by 5 lun' I s P X U J JUDITH A. KOVALSKY BARBARA J. KRAL MICHAEL E, KRAYNAK B.S. IN BUSINESS EDUCATION A.A. IN MEDICAL SIacIu:'rImIAI. STUDIES BA, IN psycgowgy M., - :za JL' ROGER D. LAFORTE CHECK W. LAM B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAXINE S. LAMBERT B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EnucA'noN M . ff W - V ROBERT W. LANDERS JACQUELINE R. LANDINO PAULA R. LAPENTA BS. IN Pnvsrcu. EDUCATION A.A. IN MEDICAL SECREFARXAL Swnms A.S. IN DENTAL Hycusms MAXINE R. LAPPIN A.S. IN DENTAL I-IYGIEN1: WILLIAM F. LEAVY B.A. IN PRE-MEMCAL Srum BARBARA A. LEE lm B.S. IN Nunsmc CLAIRE M. LEFFINGWELL B.A. IN Psvcnonocv STUART A. LERNER B.S. IN MARKEl'lNG 'rfrx ' .9 . 4 if -s f I I HARRIS LEFKON LOUIS P. LEONE B.S. IN SALES BS. IN MARKETING FRANK D. LESTER SUZANNE j. LIPPMAN B.S. IN E CONOMIES A.A. IN FASHION MmcHANnIsINc MARILYNN L. LIPSIUS MARY J. McCALLUM MAUREEN B. McGUIRE B.S. IN ELEMENTARY Enuczmon A.A. IN LEGAL SFEREFARIAL Srunrm A.A. IN FASHION MIzIIcI-IANnIsINc 1 .3 . fgal ,n A L1 H I V , 4 V U 'Q :-- A , A f' f" A , 'J' Ui-IE, V Y -f-X., X JAMES F MALERBA CAROL M. MCLELLAN JAMES R. MCQUILLAN . S B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION B-A- IN ENGLISH A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SIICILEIARIAL 'runnzfs --I? I RONALD R. MANAKER STANLEY J. MANDELL JANICE M. MANENDE B.S. IN Euacrlucnn ENGINEHIING B,S, IN AC THOMAS W. MARA B.S. IN MARKETING COUNTING A.A. IN FASHION MERCHANDISING "K -.. V.. I f ,I - IB" 5' xx MICHAEL MARCHITTO JOSEPH MARCIANTE B.S. IN MI-LCIIANIQAI. ENGINEERING B.S, IN MARKETING '-1 Y , Q- A . "l-R Sgr' -- x, Q., 'I' 4 V f JOHN T. MARSHALL SANDRA E. MARKS RUTH j. MARLAND B.S. IN PHYs1cAL EDucA'r1oN A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN Nunsmc , 7' 'f lfj V. V. L Q M! ' ,A - Sf CAROLYN A MARTIN LORRAINE A. MARTIN PAUL M. MASKERY AL Srunms B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION A.A. IN FASHION MEncHANn1s1Nc A.A. IN MEDICAL Szcnrrmu BEATRICE A. MASLOWSKI B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PAU LINE I. MAYNARD A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENII 'f 1 . I 'lf FRED M. MAYER B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Y"-'ff SUSAN R. MELNICK A.A. IN LEGAL STENOGRAPHY ROBERT F. MAYER B.S. IN REAL Es1-ATI: A jf' N :I 5 - Vx l ' : 32? ,Q XV 4 L I, FRANK A. MELONE B.S. IN EDUCATION HELENE G, MERENOFF JOAN M- MEYERS BARBARA A MIGLIORE B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN SECRETARIAL STUnms A.A. IN SI-:CRETARIAL Srunms FRANCES E. MIKLOVICH DONALD . MIKLUS A.S, IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN ACCOUNTING EDWINA J. MILLER A.A. IN FASHION MmcHANn1s1Nc LESLIE A. MILLER THOMAS R. MINOTTI DANIEL MIZAK AS- IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION B.A. IN BIOLOGY JOHN F. MORAN B.A. IN Hxsronv 'sf SHIRLEY A. 'MORAN SUSAN F. MOREY B.S. IN ELEMENTARY Enuclmox AS. IN DENTAL HYGIENE .I I Ii-,I Ianni I CHARLES M. MORSE B.S. IN ADVEIITISING STEPHEN L. NADLER B.S. IN MATHEMATICS EUNICE G. MORGANROTH B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION VICKI NALLE B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROBERT A. MURPHY B.S. IN ART EDUCATION A ,Ti f ,n-llf' 1' 'FU' ANTHONY V. NAPPI B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL Dr5IcN ?N NANCY L. NASH JANE M. NATHAN BS. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SECREFARIAL Srunms B.S. BARTON P. NEEDLE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEHIING CAROL M NEIDELL ANIT . A M. O'I'l'EN GAIL H. OKEN B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION B.S. IN NURSING B.S. IN Amr EDUCATION JERI M. OLSEN EDWARD K. OLSON PHILIP J. ORGAN A.A. IN Exlscunvs SECRETARIAL Srumxs. B.S. IN MARKEYING B,S, IN PQLITICAL SCIENCE LEAH A. ORLIN B.S. IN SECREIAILIAL Srumm LYNNE C. ORMSBY B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION JAMES J. ORTOLEVA B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CARL J. PABST ROSE G. PACHARZ VIRGINIA A. PAGANO B.S. IN ACCOUNTING B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION ,fglsfqw ' ff 'i -f ' 'EA' 'WE-S3 5 Q fH2"f,f4'LA'E?fi7':-f" I 1.v.t.,..i1I . ,I 4 ,, 42" SEVERIN M. PALYDOWYCZ CAROLYN V. PAPAY NICHOLAS PAPPAS B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION A.S. IN DENTAL HvcIIzNI: B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS JOSEPHINE PATANE A.A. IN MEDICAL SECRETARIAL STUDIB WILLIAM F. PAUL B.S. IN ENGINEERING I .r1 SIDNEY D. PATERSON B.S. IN GRAPHIc DESIGN DENNIS J. PAULIN B.S. IN ECONOMICB I I 1 ROBERT J. PATRIGNELLI B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ,Q- AT4.-N AQ ff' R, -'rf Q3 'X ROBERT W. PEKAR B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ANGELIN E R. PETRUNY ROBERT E. PAVLIK B.S. IN NURSING B.S. IN ACCOUNTING FRANK M. PISANO SUSAN PODBERESKY B.S. IN MARKETING A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE 'Q -I .rx-' A :I 'I H ,X KURT J. PFANNKUCH B.S. IN MARKETING SALLY A.- PODUFAL B.S. IN NURSING Y MARILYN J. POLLAK JOHN J. POLUHOWICH PAUL D. PRAVDA A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIHWE B.A. IN BIOLOGY B,A, IN HISTORY STELLA PRESLOPSKY PATRICIA M. PRIEST NORMA I. PROTO B.S. IN NURSING A.A. IN Exnclmvz SECRETARIAL STUDIES A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE - -4 1 ,-. ' we-' VT' ,' ,, FREDERICK PRUNIER B.S. IN MARKETING Il 'r .r if ,' ." .. .- X ' I ..f . - :- H , THOMAS D. REID B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION DOROTHY R. PZYNSKI AS. IN DENTAL HYGIENE MARIE T. RENALDI B.S. IN Pnvsxcm. EDUCATION 1 PAUL N. RASHAP B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION KAREN J. REVAZ A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE ELINOR J. RIBAK LYNN E. RICHMOND NANCY A. ROBEL A.A, IN LEGAL SECRETARIAL STUDIES A.A. IN FASHION MmcHANDIsINc B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CAROLE H. ROMAN WILLIAM D. ROMEO A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SEcRI:rAnIAL STUDIES B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ATOURNALISM JUDITH K. ROTH B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 'Q' SALLY A. SAFKO SUSAN M. ROXENBERG D. SUZANNE ROWAN B.S. IN NURSING B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION A.A. IN FAsI-IIoN MI:ncIIANmsINc f ' ! m H .E "' PETER A. SANCHEZ HINDA R. SARNER AA. IN LEGAL SECREFARIAL Srumm B.A. IN PRE-MEDICAL Srunurs FRANCES R. SAVERING B.S. IN NURSING 1 I I A 1' QF: ' Ni I ,. 'ff 1, 'ET' ::: ' OSIIPH C SCHATZ PAULA N. SCHANZER J I . B.S. IN MARKETING PETER J. SBROLLINI A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN MARKETING HANS-WERNER A. SCHLAEG E UCATION CHINDLER PATRICIA M. SCHIPUL A.S. IN GENERAL EDUCATION B.S. IN PHYSICAL D MARION j. S A.A. IN LEGAL SI-:cIuaI'AIuAL Srumm ALAN SCHLOSSBERG LUCY SCHMITKE MICHAEL M. SCHRETER B.A. IN PsYcIIoI.oc:Y A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN ACCOUNTING ILENE c. SCHUMANN A.A. IN FAsrIIoN MERCHANDISING DEENA SCI-IWARTZBERG B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELLEN D. SCHWERNER B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION VI , zif 74 2 " Q I 'Ht JAMES P. SHANLEY B.S. IN MARKETING MARCO SIEMEN PATRICIA A. SHANNON A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE DORIS M. SI-IINGARA B.S. IN NURSING SUSAN A. SILBERMAN SUSANNE R. SILVERBERG B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION YOLANDA E. SIMKO ELIZABETH F. SIMMONS B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.A. IN ENGLISH SUSAN SMALL GORDON SMILOWITZ B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FRANCES D. SIMON B.S. IN NURSING CLARA T. SMITH ON B.S. IN MUSIC EDUCAII DAVID S. SMITH ROBERT J. SMITH B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING I In 1 '.,. H L :Q xzz zlz A' - J' :I: . I ROBERT S. SOBOLEWSKI ELAINE F. SOLTIS B.B.A. IN MARKETING A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE MARGARET E. SNOW A.S. IN DENTAL I-IYGIENE LYNNORE B. SOMMER A.A. IN FASHION MERCHANDISING .. ..,. SUZANNE C. SONTRA ANNETTE SPAKOWSKY C. STEPHEN STANEK A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENI: A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION , .- . mfg-1, Q . . . ' ' A' AQ. , 1 if I fy I La. r MARTIN E. STAUFFER ROBERT STEIN JOAN STEINBERG B.S. IN ACCOUNTING B.S. IN ACCOUNTING B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION J-I A .. --Ei 1 ? , 5:5 I . 5 A Y-Q jj ,- Q "' , f IRVING N. STEINER B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WILLIAM D. STOESSEL B.A. IN HISTORY SARI STEINHOLTZ A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE JOHN R. STOFFAN B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Ar' PATRICIA A. STIRIZ B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION EILEEN STONE AA. IN MEDICAL SECRETARIAL STUDIES PAMELA C. STRAUB LYNN R. STRAUSS A.A. IN LEGAL SFJCRETARIAL STUDIB A.A. IN LEGAL SECRETARIAL STUDII-3 ELAINE G. SUCCURTO B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ARLENE SUSSER WILLIAM H. TAFT B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.A. IN HISTORY KENNETH TAVARES B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION SHERILL A. TESTO STUART F. TERRILL, JR. SAMUEL J, TESTA B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION A.A. IN MEDICAL SECRETARIAL Srunms B.S. IN ACCOUNTING ,.... : tiki EUSTACE A. THOMAS JANET A. TOLL STEPHANIE R, TOMASKO B.A. IN PRE-MEDICAL STUDIES A.A. IN FASHION MERCHANDISING B,S, IN AQ00uN'1-ING If BARBARA C. TORCELLINE MARK A. TRAGER MARILYN P- TREW A.A. IN Exncunvn SECIII-:I'AIuAI. STUDIES B.S. IN GRAPHIC DI-:IGN B.S. YN PSYCHOLOGY BARBARA L. TURNDORF ALEXANDER L. TURNER JUDITH Z. ULLIAN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN ART EDUCATION B.A. IN Psycnonocv I . l EROL G. VAN HISE B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION THOMAS T. VAVREK B.S. IN ECONOMICS JEAN G. VARALJAY B.A. IN ENGLISH THEONI P. VELLI B.A. IN SocIoLocY MILDRED A. VARHOLAK B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION PETER G. VERCESSI B.S. IN ACCOUNTING A .. 0 I 'I ,ffy-4 MARIO j. VERDE B.S. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION JOYCE E. WARICHAR B.S. IN Nmzsmc I ,.., . , .Z , I v I. ,I - lu I I I . 35" YY .. I Q -if :-: , . 'Ez M , "": MA?!'g,..L T QQ If - Sw? M gf K .,.,. I 53 3 -f mf I -cw ' ARLENE A. VISPONI ROBERT j. WARDMAN A.A. IN MEDICAL SECRETARIAL STUDIES B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING KATHLEEN M, WASCO STEPHEN B. WATERS B.S. IN ELEIVIENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION DONNA E. WATKINS A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE .... V. A11 -as ':'::': 5 IRA WEINSTEIN B,A. IN PSYCHOLOGY LILY J. WEBB B.S. IN BUSINESS EDUCATION 'W S , in ALAN D. WEISBERG B.S. IN MARKEHNG MICHAEL H. WECI-ITER B.A. IN MATHEMATICS ANNE M. WERBA B.S. IN ELEMENTARY Enucxnow NANCY WERWIN D. WILLIAM WI-IIPPLE A.A. IN EXECUTIVE SIzcIuf:rAnIAI. Srumm B-B-IL IN MARKETING GEORGE A. WINES ROBERT C. WINN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE LOIS WIEDERSCHALL B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY JUDITH WISEMAN A.A. IN AGZOUNTING '-E -4-' .. . TW L, I f ' - at x I MARIS R. WOLF ROBERT F. WOLFE EDWARD G. WOLPIN B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION B.S. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING B.S. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CLAIRE YADLOVKER AS. IN PRE-MEDICAL TECHNIQUE 1'3" PM MARILYN YOUNG B.S. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION , ii Q, , '-in . NJN I 1 .4 gk ' ,,: fi? ' ' A ' A JACQUELINE M. ZARYCKI A.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE 9 1 Q' , 'V-. t x. R V, .T T in I , p, V ..,, ' RICHARD A. ZAVON ROBERT ZELINKA B.A. IN FRENCH B.B.A. IN Mmuummc KATHERINE ZOTOS WALTER ZUCKERMAN B.S. IN MARKETING B.S. IN MARKETING "I want to emphasize the truly great values to be derived from the human re- lationship aspect of your college educa- tion. The ability of a student to be a mem- ber of the group while at the same time retaining his own individuality is an out- come that will give him the mark of the educated person." - Dr. H. W. Littlefield If is 'rhe belief of 'lhe Universily of Bridgeporl' 'rha'r a represenlalive s'ruden+ governmen+ gives individual sludenfs Jrhe experience of aclive par- licipalion in governmenl-al procedure. and furiher. develops in each slu- den'r a sense of personal responsibilily for Jrhe welfare of fhe Universily communily of which he is -an inregral pari. The STUDENT COUNCIL has been eslablished as a represen'ra'rive form of s+uclen1' governmenlr. 3 Q 1 ,1 Row I: Thomas Campbell lTreasurerl, Norman Gering lVice-Presidenll, Eugene Conroy lPresidenl'l, Judy Kovalslcy lRecording Sec- refaryl, Marilyn Lipsius lCorresponding Secrelaryl, William Wrighf lfxdvisorl. Row 2: Carole Halley, Ronald Wender, Gary Schwager, Robin Alfieri, Joan Meyers, Sfephanie Tomaslco. Samuel Lalvlonico. Row 3: Roberi' Cohen. Joyce Scudder, Daniel laniello. Edward Kramer, Mari Berman, Clinfon Sfrong. Row 4: Sleven Kahan, Daniel Brewsfer, Arfhur Sullan, Jerry Feldman, Slanley Alpert Joseph LeDouf. , 'airs' - A ' s ' 'xf-f ' J P ,Q fl i Q C ,. , viii- A -"' Xu C-andiclafes and olher inferesfed srudenfs are given 'rhe resulrs of 'rhe elecfion for nexlr year's president The responsibilily of ar- ranging lor rhe exolic aura and degree of success which accompanies ihe major social evenls on campus belongs Io +he SOCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE. This group plans such -affairs as Ihe I Wis+aria Ball. ihe Sweerhearr Dance. and 'lhe Winrer Form- al. The success of Ihese evenrs largely affecis each s+uden'r's desire for icleniificaiion wiih U.B. life. Row I: Marcia Shear lTreasurerl, Maxine Farber IRecording Secrefaryl, Sianley Mandell lCo- Chairmanl, Roberl' Halio lCo-Chairmanl. Joan Schwarfz lCorrespondir1g Secreiaryl, Mrs. Mar ion Hofchkiss lAdvisorl. Row 2: Gail Kalman, Ronnie G-oiilieb, Carol Barsky, Barbara Saul, Bonnie Berk, Diane, Jorgensen Carol Bloom, Ann Morris, Arlene Susser, Rona Gross, Helene Kruh. Row 3: Arlhur Kaiz, Gerry GaIa'H'. Helaine Brown, David Bienslock, Susan Rackmil, Sfephen Nadler Ira Weinsiein- The STUDENT SPIRIT COMMITTEE, a sianding sub-commiiiee of +he Srudenf Council, has The 'iask of eslablishing and mainiaining Jrracliiions and school spirir al' Ihe Universiiy. Row I: Roberf Cohen ITreasurerI, Harry Saslow ISergean'f a+ Armsj, Mary Ann Barresi ISecre- iaryl, Gary Schwager IPresidem'I, Sfeve Kahan. Mari Berman lVice-Presidentl, Herberi' Rippe. Row 2: Rona Davidowih, Sarina Mineo. Annefle Vincenzi. Vicki Nalle. Kafhy Kormondy, Judy Hirsch, Bonnie Berk, Gail Kalman, Judy Kovalslcy. Lynn Freihafer, Pai' Hill, Maureen Cassidy. Row 3: Sally Safko. Davide Koreh, Marilyn Berns+ein, Wayne S'r. Aubin, Donald Bellinger, Raymond Hopkins, 'Doris Fink, Joan Marsha. 1 Row 4: Craig Sfevens, Edward Defour, Roberf I-Ieaphy, Robert Harris, Gary Schwartz, Edward Kramer, Ben Cascio, Ronald Williams. The Upperclassrnen of +he Universiiy plan and direcl' a FRESH MAN WEEK which is co-ordinaied wiih ihe inifial orienialion ac 'riviiies of 'rhe Division of Sludeni Personnel. Row I: Dennis Paulin, 'llene lanniello, Daniel lanniello lCo-Chairmanl, Daniel Brewsier lCo- Chairmanl, David Simpson. Row 2: Pairicia Gen+iIe, Deborah Hariley. Bonnie Berk, Elizabefh Ragany, Mary Ann Sfewari, Sharon Felman, Lynn Freihofer, Maureen Shea, Judy Hirsch, Roberi Cooper. Row 3: Rick Pearl, Jack Csizmas, Roger Laforfe, Margie Lind. Marlin Halpern, Gerald Frau- wirih, Roberf Sobolewski. Row 4: Rober+ Hoffmann, William Green, Warren Linder, Kurf Pfannkuch, Brian Beregszazy, Roben' Balaban, Jack Macdonald. Row 5: Al Tucker, Jerry Feldman. 55 The week's aciiviiies include loullels, dramaiic presenla- lions by The Office of Campus Produciions, 'a iazz conceri, a semi-formal Freshman Ball. and Beanie Courl' summons! amass - aww The Sludenl Cenler has become Ihe "hub of ac+ivi'ry" 'For everyone connecfed wilh lhe Univers- ify. The ALUMNI HALL STUDENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS is responsible for planning i'rs pro- grams. Roy I-lamillon perferms Row I: Mrs. Marion Hofchkiss llkdvisorl, Roberl Mayer fVice-Presidenfl, Lila Soldani IRecording Secrefaryl. Lau rence LaCon+e IPresideni'I, Judy Kovalsky ICorresponding Secrefaryl, Gerald Frauwirfh IParliamen+arianI. Row 2: Joseph LeDoux. Gary Schwager, Elaine Rubin, Samuel Lalvlonico, Daniel Brewsfer, William Wrighi' IAcIvisorI 93 MEN'S SENATE is concerned wilh Jrhe welfare of fhe male sfudeni. H resolves complainis. plans clormiiory programs, and acis as 'rhe mediafor be- 'rween siudenis and 'rhe adminisiraiion. Soufh Dorm's Homecoming display Row Row Row Row I: William Sinclair, Frank Miller. David Sehvenfarber, Arfhur Fogel lTreasurerl, Clinion Sfrong. 2: Kennelh Sawyer, Richard Lorigan, Herberf Rippe, John Wai+s, Sfephen Dunbar, Paul Maskery. 3: Roberl' Smi'fh. Roberf Beauregard, S+even Lowen, Paul Springer, Harold Marlin. Bruce Weiner. 4: Michaei Casfiglione, Gary Schwarfz, Thomas DeForce, Brenf Smifh. Sfephen Hagendorf. ' T WOMEN'S RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION is -a represenlarive body of all 'lhe women sludenis living on campus. I+ is endowed wiih 'rhe responsibiliiy 'ro acl' as a spolcesman for rhese people. The organizarion ailempfs 'ro uniie all women on campus Jrhrough co- ordinaiion of dormirory lacliviiies. .:. A Q ,.:. ' '-is AJ ow I: Sheila Espey lCorrespondTng Secrefaryl, Kaihy Kormondy lTreasurerl, Susan Chary lVice-Presidenfl, Lois Wiederschall IPresiden+I, Miss Hays Advisorl, Debbie Hadley IS+udenf Council Represenrafivel, Esrher Simon lllecording Secrefaryl- ow 2: C. Gardner. Judilh Rosenblum, Barbara Melnick. Joyce Peiser, Marilyn Lipsius, Robin Ducorsky, Beffy Arnbrogio. Judy Wesion, Pai' Ryan, An'roineH'e lrmini Mar are? Harris Dorolhy Swarh Jeri Olsen Florence Marcus Leslie Phillips, Joan Alper. Pafi BarileH. 50 - Q I I 1 4 ow 3' Berh Hoober HarriefWe1ner, Paula Hoffman, Lynn Freihafer. Paula Schanzer, Eileen Blask, Sivia Bienfelcl, Susan Kramer, Carole Bayer. Carole O eldrnan, Barbara Davis. Marion Taus. Frances Leifner, Elaine Rubin, Linda Goldberg. RoseMary Auleinra, Joyce sur. ow 4: Marlha Atkinson. Susanne Horner, Barbara Kass, Olga Senesy, Sandra Smifh. Deborah Cook. An imporianl branch of Ihe W.R.A. is The HONOR COUNCIL which serves as fhe iudici- ary group, whose primary funciion is ro develop full unclersranding of ihe honor sysrem under which all members live. W.R.A. Honor Council 95 The SCRIBE sraff is large. well +rained and inleqraled. The edirorial deparlmenf, wi+h i+s corps of reporlers, pho- lographers, copy desk personnel and columnisrs. works hand in hand wiih +he adverrising slahf lo disiribuie The Uni- versi+y's newspaper 'rhroughoul' 'rhe campus every Thursday morning. Spring co-ediiors Jim Malerba and Jim Hill il T Tl Vicfor Muniec. advisor QQYH 2 Fall edilor. Len Barlow Adverlising Mgr. Gerry Galail and Business Mgr. Slan Mandell The Scribe is a siudenl'-run organi- za'rion +ha'r requires an exlensive busi- ness sfaff +0 mainfain correcf billing, euc.li'ring, and bookkeeping. Plan'r man- agemenf personnel keep fhe wheels 'rurning in The subscripfion. mail and supply, and library deparfmenfs. All pas'r issues of 'rhe Scribe are record- ecl on microfilm. ,-' Y. ss - H .E:E X ES H ,.:.:.:,...! , ,Q 1 H ii 3 Wim ' 53 a Row I: Roborl' Resin, John Cupola. Roberl Anderson. Elizabefh Simmons, Frank Miller. Row 2: Pafricie Genfile. Judy Bilodeau. Margie Lind, Virginia Cocco, Jack MacDonald. Roberl' Becker, Sharon. Smifh. Roberi' Sobolewski, Ann Koflow- Row 3: Barron Needle, Sidney Parerson, David Simpson, Roger Brooks, Judy Veneroso. Judy Kempfon. 99324 of The Universily siudenl' body has gone home - aiier all, i'r's June, fhal warm. sweer monih when you iusl' wanl' 'lo be a beachcomber. The oiher V4? The WISTARIAN edirors rrying ro figure our how 'ro meei lheir deadline. lr seems 'rhai' mosr of +he slaff did nor fake lheir deadlines loo seriously. Plod- ding 'Through reams of paper and pholographs. 'frying desperalely 'lo or- ganize +his mass lor is il' mess?l. firially everyihing is numbered and marched. Then only The galley proofs and van dykes have 'ro be checked and re- checked .... g-r-o-a-n! Bur all The work is worfh i+ when someone siops 'lo say. "Mani The year- book is grea+ 'rhis year." And +o 'rhose who spour lhe opposife. we can only suggesi lhar rhey drop up 'ro 'rhe office and help us some lime. me Liz Simmons. copy ediror Bob Anderson. edilor-in-chief if i l - , - Q + QQ -' ' I 'S Frank Miller, layour ediior Bob Resia. business manager A 1 I ZX , 1 .. ,f i f, 4 o f I .-r "f " V 'Ziff' Q -. ,- . 1 , x 5 w J 1 0 , f . .fv- 'x .i nL1u:m..- I . .9 Sharon Smifh, . .TTT co-ordinafing edifor 1 J 1 hw Judy Bilodeau and Pa+ Gen'rile f . -v-4, ,,F , m ' ,JfE...f4-2- ,-.X sri fl .4 Bob Becker, sporfs edifor a was xx-im ss mn mam msn E S f BBB H nl Q fm . H H ag H 5 H A H K BE EH nl K H si E' WMM H N wxwgmmmg 5 ssgwkigm E1 was ss' nik x amz 1 H was -- man? H B H EH B sin ss mm mm miingsgwh nl 5 :Q EHNVW E 5' Q ,Q H E , ,A , gNwH'fE5BS5n?Ezzm E M - mmnmsslgmnsn m ima ss gs ummmsgwns ass qwamnk wgsx EW E E N o as M H mms H . sauna ms HES Vic Muniec, advisor 7 . ,S A ll an .-1-9-1. A N Mm M , f iiixzifii I if WW -'Z' , - ' momma ...: , :.: .o WM 4' A " U 31. ' Zzgmwwi o . , :si H I . .. ,' KM 5255 " -A - Em mmm h ,,,,ug Bar? Needle and Sud Paferson, 35 w M UW, .H J- phofographers W Z 'nw - M mm ' IIARIEL f 4 mms TU - . m 'fi' SEQ m as nw- ss m mn ms 3-:ummm mms Hmmm 5 M mm an sms gm Exam ummm mn 1 s ' ms a mn mn ms ms ms a Ceriain groups provide music for Universiiy funcfions and 'for service organizaiions in Bridgeport The A CAP- PELLA CHOIR schedules a Spring four each ear 'ro a neighboring si'a1'e giving concerfs for high school! assembly programs, service. social. ancl religious organiza+ions. Choir performs ai' capping ceremony Choir rehearsal Q if 6 A presenrafion of well-known worlcs including classical and semi-classical as well as seleclions in fhe modern idiom is offered for 'rhose sfudenrs inreresred in 'rhe UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA. This group parficipafes in musical presen+a'rions such as concerls, assemblies, and communiry affairs. Orchesfra rehearsal The MARCHING BAND funciions during 'lhe 'Fall semesler a+ Universiry fooiball games. QL Row I: Wynne Abrahamson lSecre'Iary-Treasurerl, Forence Palerson lPresi- denll, Lars Finger lVice-Presidenfl. Row 2: Karen Bisch, Elaine Mizes. Sandra Romano, Barbara Saul, Gwen Peril- iean. Alva Slanion. Mary Iacobelli, Raymond Slewari' lAdvisorl. Row 3: Edward Sanderson, Frank Coppola, Alan Kooper, Leonard Levine ill srl. T ' -gms ,-, ,, . Y- ' - 'A ' ., ry .- W' f s EW, . 'H 1. To meer Ihe spiriiural and recre- arional needs of i+s members, HILLEL has worked closely wifh Ihe communiry and Ihe college. H' operales upon a live-poinl' pro- gram, including social, religious. cullural, inrerfailh, and guidance acliviries. To enable 'rhis program 'lo rake effect Ihe Jewish Com- munily Cenler of Bridgeporl' has graciously allowed 'lhe members of Hillel +o use lheir facililies. in- cluding -a Hillel meeling room. gymnasium, bowling alleys, and enrollmenl in 'rheir cullural pro- gram. Open +o all music conniseurs. Ihe MUSIC ASSOCIATION makes available Io iI's members a sub- slanlial library and Iislening lab- oralories. Whelher Iisiening or ac- 'rually pracficing an insrrumenr, Jrhis organizalion provides pleas- anlly medilalive. inspiring hours for ils members. Row I: Sfephanie Shagrin, Harry Saslow, Shelley Bufferd lPresidenI'l, Gary Schwager, Phyllis Thompson lCorresponding Secrelaryl. Row 2: Jack Cohen, Ellen Tinlcle, Sharon Eelman, Joy Kroin. Gail Weissman Mari Berman. The main liunciion of lhe NEWMAN CLUB al' lhe Universily is lo educa+e 'rhe whole sludenlr, slressing nor only academic discipline buf also 'rhe educaiion of lhe "spirilual sell." The Newman Club meels 'rhe religious needs of all Caiholic slu- den'rs by providing a schedule o'F Masses. confessions, religious Ieclures and inslruclion, and social evenrs, such as sollball and bowling. In lhis way, lhe Newman Club meeis lhe needs of I'he sludenls Through lhe growlh and developmenl of fhe Soul, lhe mind, and lhe body - "To know God is lo know 'rhyselff' Newman Club execulives wilh Dr. Dolan and Falher Holbrook .-E Row I: Pafricia Priesf lSecre+aryI. William Green iVice-Presiclenrl, William Dean lPresi- denll, Richard Holdaway lTreasurerl, Mrs. Sfewarl' lAdvisorI. Row 2: Jeri Olsen, Roberfa Evans, Marilyn Trew, Beverly Bacon, Gail Lombard, BeH'y Sfasiewski, Elaine Kish, Kafhy O'Neil. Row 3: Fred Sanford, Belsy Decker, Janel Andrus, John Zorn, Row 4: Andrew Apon. Row I: Annelle Vincenzi lSecreI'aryI, Edward Carey lPresi denfl, Ben Cascio lVice-Presidenll. Rolyv 2: William Romeo, Lynn Friehalfer, Carol Liebleln J L' . o n Ingo Row 3: Nicholas Gennaro, Joseph Abruzzo, Ronald Williams The Universily ol Bridgeporl STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCI- ATION consisls of slu- denls who are uniled by 'lheir failh in Jesus Chrisi. The group holds weekly meeiings and has ini+ia'red Sunday Chapel services in lhe Music Hall. Also, informal Sunday evening discussions are held. The Associalion helped ro organize an lnler-Faiih Council al 'rhe Universiiy. This was only one of The varied goals which Jrhe group successfully ac- complished Ihis year. Consequenlly, il' looks 'forward Io nexi year hopefully. Members in 'rhe BASIC STUDENT NURSES ASSOCI- ATION are offered pariici- paiion in disi'ricl'. siafe, and naiional affairs. The group plans Jrhe annual Milesrone- marking Ceremony, ai' which 'lime each class in lhe Basic Program is recognized 'For i'l's l endeavors in The nursing pro- fession. Freshmen receive name pins: sophomores. Jrhe Firsi' cap: iuniors. +he Uni- versily insignia: and seniors, 'rhe purple band. A5 Row I: Sally Podufaly llsl' Vice-Presidenll, Judilh Chapman lPresiclen+I, Gail Minfy l2ncl Vice-Presiden+I- Row 2: Judy Bacher, Janice Fedclersen, Barbara Faborslcy, Sandra Rice lRecorde ing Secrefaryl, Virginia Thompson, Beverly Sfone lTreasurerl. The College of Nursing Regisrered Nurses Associ- alion came info exislence be- cause of rhe growing program 'For regisrered nurse siudenis, who have reiurned ro The educ-airional environmenl' 'ro improve professionally and as a person. The C.N.R.N.A. pro- grams speakers from profes- sions and oiher endeavors H which affecl 'rhe nurse's life. Milesmne rehearsal Row I: Anne Osfopchulc lAdvisori, Laurie Bokine lSecre+aryl, Eleanor Guer- rera IPresiden+l, Joyce Warichar lTreasurerl, Anne Glanowslcy. Row 2: Joyce Scuclder, Mariorie Claflin, Srella Preslopsky, Helen Alderman, Muriel Oberg, Phyllis Wolfe, Barbara Gomez. Angeline Pe+runy. Row 3: Hazel Berger, Doris Shingarn, Charlolfe Davies, Dorolhy Crigger, Anira Narciso, Anne Mafhewson, Frances Savering. The den'l'al hygiene sororiry, PHI OMICRON UPSILON org-anized ro promoie fellowship and unify among Jrhe denial hygiene sruclenls, acquainrs The furure denial hy gienisls wi+h 'lhe icliocyncrasies of rhe denial profession The organizarion ariemprs io breed lhe qualifies of good Fellow ship and cooperarion. borh necessary aHribu+es in serving sophomores rhe public. , ,H 1 V Y ' I 'V ' 57 .A ' E ' 1 - B ' -Q y- 1 I . ' W ' ' I !: I l 1. Row I: Norma Profo lTreasurerl, Sari Sfeinholiz lSocial Chairmanl, Dorolhy Pzynslci lVice- Presidenfl, Lucy Schmiflce lPresiden1'l, Sharon Colleffe lRecording Secrefaryl, Ru'rh Garrefl' lCorresponding Secrefaryl. Row 2: Sandra Marks, Sandra Bes+. Eleanor G-ravino, Marilyn Pollak, Susan Podbereslcy, Paula Schanzer, Carolyn Papay, Pairicia Shannon, Paula LaPenfa, Maxine Lappin. Row 3: Elaine Camosse, Maryann Addario, Helene Dudiclc, Joni Berger. Pafricia Genfile, Judy Bilodeau, Pauline Maynard, Rosalind Barnes, Suzanne Sonira, Jacqueline Zarycki, Elizabe'rh Blundell, Beverly Bacon, Frances Milclovich. Susanne Horner, Bonnie Elinslcy, Linda Giovannello, Mary Ann Ieraidi. AnneHe Spalcowslcy, Susan Morey, Gail Frih, Donna Wafkins, Karen Revaz. Row 4: Arlene Klenlc, Peggie Snow, Elaine Soliis. Qgjkgee Freshmen 'F A R V Z, Y s N L' ' my - N. F if ,E A H . ' -2 ,Q ., fi :':' . ,.,,.,, ' .. v-1 A ' 'ii ":-::::i 3 l,,X i L il in xx W I -- . - Bogen, Anifa Speclor, Barbara Calza. Gerri Daplcins, Mariiane Gofsch. Elizabefh Carrozza. .2 i Y' , 7. X51 K ,vig :six 'V' .f N 2' ' H V' ' N P 3 L K ii Row I: Judiih MaHler, Hayda Finlcelsfein, Harrier Sfein, Lizabefh Corlesi, Harrie+ Welh Gail Lombard. Row 2: Marianne Wi'H'en, Julie Orifice, Regina Wibmioifon, Linda Krichman, Judi Kecles Nlla Marsh. Paf Ryan. Sue Rock, Ann Roddy, Lois Carey, Carol Gessay. Row 3: Linda HyaH', Valerie Wesr, Kay Frui'r+, Carole Belisle, Karen Kell, Beverly Peshlcm Sharon Row 4: Suzanne Snell. Corinne Rillel, Linda Moselle. Valerie Rome, Sue Warmer Cynfhua Borowslu Row S: BeHy Zold, Lynne Aileen, Lee Anderson, Deborah Cook, Davida Koreh Josephine S+uar'r Trudance Borslel, Diane Berlcowifz, - S-fa -Q 'Y' Q. , ,. , I Q v....N,g I Row l: Hinda Sarner lSocial Chairmanl, Susan Melnicl: l2nd Vice-Presidenll, Jacqueline Landino lljresidenil, Joan Gueyas llsl Vice-Presidenll, Marie Gilberl lRecording Secrelaryl. Row 2: Bonnie Builer, Terry Maizner, Claire Yadlovlrer, Josephine Palane, Lauren Eiby, Geraldine Dunne. Row 3: Mary Adams. Claire Buscher, Marion Langslon. Arlene Visponi, Sandra Horney- Row 4: Elinor Ribalr. Barbara Kral. Linda Paris. The 324 members of 'rhe STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION are parl' of an acrive professional organizalion 'lor slu- denls who plan lo leach as a career. Affil- iaied wiih lhe Conneciicul' Educaiion Asso- ciaiion and lhe Nalional Educaiion Associ- alion, 'rhe SEA slrives 'ro fulfill lhe need. responsibiliiy, and obligalion of ils mem- bers lo become befler acquainled wilh lhe concepis of leaching as defined by profession-al organizalions. ' T :Qi Y E uw L -A 4 G 4 W- i S 'ff K e . N - I i YW ,-.rx ' ' ' S Q ,." W , .- C I. 1 wi ' sa? ' r I 1 W I I I Formed in l96O, PEN AND KEYS is a semi-professional organizalion for all sludenrs in 'rhe Weylisrer School. To encourage 'rhe avid supporl ol new members, social evenis dominalecl lhe season's 'ac- Jrivilies. New members were welcomed al an informal Jrea, a spring fashion show dis- played 'rhe lafesr in women's apparel. and a leslimonial 'ro conclude 'rhe year highlighled 'rhe organizalions acfiviiies. gl. Row I: Joyce Polanslzy, Doris Fink, Bonnie Freeman lCorresponding Secrelaryl, Ellen While lTreasurerl, Carol Kamarclc lPresiden'rl, Joan Sablofl. Joy Kroin lRecording Secrelaryl, Ellen Tinlcle, Janice Cohen, Marlha Dina. Row 2: Marilyn Sager, Gail Weissman, Barbara Goldberg, Rona Gross, Kalhy Kormoncly, Cynlhia Gelbard, Laurie Karlin. Barbara Grabowslci, Barbara Neary, Irene Boser. Barbara Ignalowslei, Gloria Cinlron, Phyllis Thompson. Row 3: Harry Saslow, Gary Schwager, Daller Johs. Paul Gleba, Daniel O'Connell, Thomas Huray, Allan Dunn, Leonard Levine, William Leavy, James Seeley, John Chalbe, Mario Verde. The WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION sponsors ihe Uni- versify in+ermuraI program in which every undergraduaie woman may parficipaie in ihe varied afhleiics. Teams from dormiiories, sorori'ries, and commuring areas compe+ed in various spor+s for 'rhe group Jrrophy. which is awarded ai' 'rhe annual banquet 9 Q i xo v 'xQ, P ri vy. A .yin- i Row I: Pamela Fish ISecre+aryI. Carol Ormondroyd lPubIici+y ManagerI, Marie Renaldi IPresi- denfj, Eihei DaIe IRecording Secrefaryi, Caroi Roberfson IVice-Presidenfl. Row 2: Charlofie Kohler, Kafhy Tiberii, Pauline Borselli. Linda Pefersen, Connie NiII. Sandy Case. The ARNOLD MAJORS' CLUB, a professional organi- zaiion, was origin-ally organized Io promoie physical edu- caiion. healih. and recrearion. Various speakers advise mem- bers on 'rhe curren+ meihods and opporiuniiies in physical educa+ion. Moreover, The members offer iheir services for Ihe schooI's Iheaire evenings and UB Day. Row I: Anfhony Pira, Sandra Case, WaI'rer Czekai IPresidenfI, Vicki Nalle ISecre1'aryI John Longo, Marie Renaidi. Row 2: Armand DiKranian, Owen Gallagher. CharIoH'e Kohler, Pamela Fish, Connie Nill Linda Peierson, Dominic Mashiano. Row 3: E'IheI Dale. Pauline BorseIIi, Roberi' Becker. Responsible for crealing 'rhe bes'r school splrif 'rhroughoul rhe year, rhe CHEERLEAD- ERS add much To 'rhe color of 'rhe Universi+y's spec+a+or sporrs. 3 1 s Q6 l 1 N.. 4 -Y Row I: Sally Saflco, Kaihy Kormoncly, Lynn Ormsby, Judy Kovalslci lCopi'ainl Pafricia Dasko. Hearher Carpenfsr. Row 2: Olga Senesy, Barbara DeLuca, Annelle Vincenzi, Vicki Nalle, Jill Fischer The MAJORETTES, also lcnown as fhe UB rwirling squad. is The complemenrary paracling unil' io 'rhe Marching, Band. Performing rheir iwirling skills ai' every UB Foorball game. 'rhe squad in rheir colorful uniforms helped 'ro cheer our players ro viclory. . i The HISTORICAL SOCIETY of ihe Universiiy of Bridgepori' was organized in Oclober. l96O. Since Thai' Time. 'rhe Socie+y's member- ship and ac'rivi'ries have been increasing al a sfeady rare. The purpose of 'rhe Sociely is 'ro exlend io ils members and o1'her slu- denls 'rhe opporlunil +o share in 'rhe ex'l'ra-curricular siudy and discussion ol hisioricailiopics. Row I: Dennis Rich iRecording Secrefuryl. Gary Schwager ITreasurerl, Reber-I Cooper IVice- Presidenfi. Gerry Frauwirfh lPresidenI'l. Herman Livyne lCorresponding Secreharyl, David Simp- son, B. Zunder. Row 2: William Romeo. Harry Saslow. Andrew Figlar. Gerhard Von Groie. Thomas Rash, Mario Verde. Marlin Halpern, Thomas Cenfracchio- John Davis Lodge. 'Former governor. 'rallcs wiih Hisforical Sociefy members. The obiecl' of 'lhe YOUNG REPUBLICANS Club is +o acquaini young adulls wilh The 'renefs of ihe Parry and fhus lo losier The aclivilies of 'rhe Republican Parfy. In order +o achieve iis goal. 'lhe group 'fakes an acfive pari' in srale. counly. and local affairs. During elec- 'Fion lime 'rhey campaign slrenuously. Row I: Sharon Felman ISecre+aryl. Gerald Frauwirrh ITreasurerl. Roberf Cooper fPresiden+l. David Simpson lVice-Presidenrl. Row 2: William Romeo, Dennis Rich. Roberl' Williams. Dennis Figlar, Thomas Rash. Gerhard Von Grofe. Helen Kurrz, Mario Verde. William Whipple. C.l.S.L. Convenfion The POLITICAL RELATIONS FORUM has as ifs aim fhe fosfering of opporfun- ifies on campus for parfalcing in 'rhe prac- 'Iical applicafion of polifics and The slim- ulafion of sfudenf inferesf in campus and domesfic polifics. Endeavoring fo carry oul' fhese goals, fhe Forum 'rradifionally conducfs all campus elecfions and sponsors informal Iecfures. Moreover, PRF sends fwenfy sfudenfs fo fhe annual Connecficuf lnfer-Collegiafe Sfudenl' Legislafure in Harfford, where for fhree days fhey exchange ideas and impressions wifh ofher sfudenfs af a "mock" assembly. lTreasurerI. Saslow. Row I: Clinfon Sfrong lVice-Presidenfl, Nila Marsh lCorresponding Secrefaryl, Dennis Paulin lPresidenfl, Judy Hirsch lRecording Secrefaryl. Jerry Lessner Row 2: Sfuarl' Clarlz, David Simpson, Margo Sieman, Sharon Felman, Eliza- befh Raiary, Bonnie Berk. Row 3: Arfhur Sulfan, Gerald Frauwirfh, Rick Pearl, Roberf Cooper, Harry Row 4: Roberf Hoffmann, Roberf Cohen. Jerry Feldman, Herberf Rippe, Kurf Pfannlcuch. Roberf Sobolewslri. Ryowkl: Ronnie Berger, Michael Koslcoff, Eugene Gordon, Susan Brody, Linda Boc . Row 2: Joan Alper, Lynn Solcol, Susan Berman, Ricky Canfield, Judy Sfone, Sheryll Shapiro, Amy Scoff, Marilyn Sager, Carole Feldman. Row 3: Sfeve Gordon, Anfhony Amafo, Andrew Abrams, Lewis Zuclcman, Joseph Malone, Jon Penner, Roberfa Loeffler. Row 4: Marcel Ringawa, Robe:-I Ronsfadf, Jaclc Rosenberg, Lloyd Jenlcins, Sfeven Thaler, David Berman. The STUDENT LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS is an organiz-efion composed of sfudenfs who are con- cerned wilh imporfanf nafional and infernafional evenfs. Members of fhe Sfudenf League meef each weelc. dis- cuss relevranf social and polifical evenfs, and. in some insfances. affempl' fo fransform fheir concern info acfion. B sending delegafes fo sfudeni' conflerences on civil righfs, peace movemenfs, ef cefera, fhe League re- mains informed of 'rhe acfions 'lalcen by ofher sfuclenf groups. Moreover, if invifes speakers 'ro presenf provoc- afive ideas. Row I: Helene Kruh lCorresponding Secreiaryl, Michael Choclorcolf llsf Vice-Presidenfl Philip Organ lVice-Presidenll. Dr, Roucel: lfkdvisorl, Joseph Dell'Olio lTreasurerl Ronald Pedone lSecre+aryl. Row 2: Douglas Marquas, Philip D'Eramo. Angelo Cocco. Theoni Velli, Rose Pachavz, Clara Aszody, Bessie McCoy. Row 3: Ernesr Osrheimer, Kennelh Beguman, Richard Sinrod, Roherr Bellirro, Jack Coogan Roberf Winn. Row 4: Richard Koalchic, Paul Springer, Clinlon Sfrong, James Baelael. 1 r ., Q- A I Q T "W gif: I f DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. an hon- orary group lor srudenls in sociology. was organized 'lhis year. An aclive organizalion on campus. +he SOCIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM is compos- ed of sludenrs inleresled in sociology. The Colloquium sponsors Eihnic nighls involv- ing 'lhe various cullural -and nafional groups in 'rhe ciry of Bridgeport l'rs main funcfions are concerned wiih 'rhe polir- ical aspecls of sociology as a supplemenl' 'ro classroom Jrheory. Row I: Ronald Pedone, Theoni Velli. Joseph Dell'OIio, Dr. Roucelc. Michael Chodorcoff lPresidenl'l, Rose Pacharz lSecre1'aryl. Kennefh Begelman lVice-Presidenll - Row 2: William Wrighf, Philip D'Aramo. Roberl Winn, Helene Kruh, Philip Organ, Richard Sinrod, Roberf BelliH'o, Angelo Cocco. Row 3: Paul Springer, Clinfon Slrong. James Beabel. Row 4: Ernest Osrheimer. As an honorary socieiy 'For srudenis of social science. Pl GAMMA MU liuncrions wi'rh The Sociology Colloquium in preseniing irs aciiviiies. The highlighr of fhe socie+y's calendar is The annual banquei. which 'fhis year presenred Secrerary Abraham Ribicoff as guesi speaker. -,Q 2' E Ribicoff addresses P.G.M. socie'l'y Row I: Michael Chodorcoff lSecre+aryl. Rose Pacharz lPresiden'ri. Dr. Roucek lAdvisorl, Joseph Dell'Olio lVice-Presidenfl, Ronald Peclone ITreasurerl. Row 2: Angelo Cocco lHisiorianl, Philip Organ lVice-Presidenfl, Ernesi' Osrerheimer, Reber? Carroll An honorary accounfing fraferniry, BETA AL- PHA is a professional organizarion serving ihe vo- carional needs of Hs members. This year's aciiviiies ceniered upon +he developmenf of professional ideals, working roward an e'rhical view of Jrhe sfudy and pracrice of fhe profession, Jrhus serving as a medium beiween ihe professional accounlanis and 'fhe s+uclen'rs. Bela Alpha acquainrs 'rhe srudenrs wifh The opporrunijries. srandards. and ideals of 'rhe accouniing profession. Row I: Howard Jacl: Ureasurerl, Ronald D'Andrea lSecre+aryl, Edward Schneider lPresiden+l, Donald Miklus iVice- Presidenfi, Michael Winolcur. Row 2: William Manger, Mar-fin Halpern, Roger Trupin, Fred Eichhorn, George Gulash. Row 3: Pefer Herh, Carl Pabsf, Roy Robbins. The SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT is a recognized naiional profes- sional organizafion of managemeni in induslry. commerce, government 'and educa+ion. The basic obieciives of 'rhe group are 'ro serve as a medium of exchange and disiribuiion of iniormaiion and +o provide sludenls wiih 'rhe opporiunily 'fo parlici- pale in 'rhe organizaiion, planning, direciing, and conlrolling of an organizalion. To achieve 'lheir goals Jrhe group 'fakes +ours. views business films, and 'ini+ia+es social garherings. Row I: MaHhew Oweislca ISecrel'aryl. Fred Prunier lVice-Presidenfl, Joseph Marciunfo lPresidenfl, Sieve Nesferiak lTreasurerl, William Whipple. Row 2: Louis Leone, James Shanley, Al Churillo, Hal Cromaclc, Roberf Pavlilr, Thomas Mara, John Sloffan, David Biensiock, Pefer Sbrollini, Raymond Ciuchfa, Row 3: Roberr Halio, William Kane. Richard Eyre, William Romeo. Dedicaied by charier members 'ro lhe humaniiarian ideals of ser- vice 'ro 'rhe school and communiiy, CIRCLE K has compleied anoiher successful year. Varying fypes of service have been performed. as serving refreshmen+s a+ regisrra- lion and baslceiball games. offer- ing gymnasium cusfodial services. giving a Chrisfmas pariy for needy children, and pariicipaling ai Paren+s' Day. Row I: William Kane lTreasurerl, Eusiace Thomas lPresidenl'l, Jack Rosen berg lVice-Presidenfi, Edward Wilson fSecreiaryl, Dr. Spilioir lAdvisorl. Row 2: Jack Horner, Alan Hahn, Howard Eckenrode, Edward Roof, Fred Eich horn, William Green, William Thomas, Sanford Behrens. Row I: Nancy Rebel, Mark Robbins lPresiden+I. Ira Drare lTreasurerI, Herman Wierz- bicki, W. Tressler lAdvisorI. Row 2: Rolserl' Balaban. Jerome Zimmermann, Vicror D'AIessio, John Kuclc. Mel Tevoliiz. Roberi' Pekar. Row 3: Roger I.aForIe, Frederick Holulialc, Donald Salas. The INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SO- CIETY was esrablished in I952 fo promole 'rhe awareness of 'rhe re- mainder ol The Universiiy of rhe purposes and work of 'rhe Indus- +ri-al Designer. An exhibil' spon- sored by Ihe s'ruclen+s is opened Iso 'rhe public in Milford Hall for 'rhis reason. Each year dinners and picnics are sponsored by Jfhe So- ciely wi+h invifalions exlended 'lo olher design schools 'rhroughoul rhe counlry. Row I: Joseph Caslaldo, Pefer Buccieri lSecre+aryl. Irving Sfeiner IPresidenfl, Ed Hardy IVice- Presidenfl, Richard Jansar ITreasurerl, Carl Clemenf. Row 2: Roberl' Dausilio. Gerard Janlcowski, Ronald Manalcer. Emory Maffeson, Earl Washburn, Richard Casey, Rudy Gondar, Edward Walpin. The AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, organ- ized in I96O. aifempfs fo promole fellow- ship and fo furfher lhe exchange of ideas wifh ofher novices fhrough amafeur com- municafions. lls members are parf of fhe large number of operafors world over and are inieresled in sharing fheir experi- ences in infernafional communicalion wifh 'lhe enfire collegiafe bocly. The cIub's greafesf efforfs fhis year have been focused upon 'rhe organizafion of a Universify radio sfafion. As la semi-professional or- ganizalion, fhe ioinl' Sfudenl' Chapfer of fhe INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS and 'lhe AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERS serves fo effecf a meaningful fransifion from classroom fo indusfry for fhe elecfrical engineering sfu- denfs. The 'rwo nafional groups hold profession-al eminence in all fields of elecfrical engi- neering, and offer innumer- able fechnical and profession- al advanfaqes fo ifs members. Row I: Roberl Maurillo, Jack Herner IPresidenfl, David Frisch ISecreI'ary- Treasurerl, Larry Comden lVice-Presidenfl, Richard Hopp. The ENGINEERING SOCIETY of fhe Universify of Bridgepori was esfablished in I947 by engineering sfudenfs inferesfed in fhe aclvancemenf and disseminafion of knowledge of The fheory -and praclice of engineering. Ils purpose is fhe presenfa- lion of a proper perspecfive of engineer- ing worlcs and fhe opporfunily 'ro promofe professional consciousness and fellowship among sfuclenfs of 'rhe College of Engi- neering. This year fhe Socieiy has been recog- nized as a member of fhe American So- ciefy of Mechanical Engineers. A.S.M.E. Bullard frip Row I: Roy Franceschef, Raymond Barnharf lPresidenfl, John Harris lVice-Presidenfl, Fiore Bruno ITreasurerl. Q Hi . ,xii-fn X 1.4 'T ill' 3 Row 2 Jack Horner Daniel Iannxello Barfon Needle Sfanley Burgess ames ro eva e er R D an Ad . ,L oger 5 ow 8 l visor, ' ' , , , J O I' L , P i Dribchalc. Charles Mafusovich, Chesfer Gala, Michael Marchiffo. Peler Day, Richard Hawley Row I: Sfephanie Tomeslco, Karen Pelerson. Row 2: Slephan Dunbar, Gary Thompson, Tony Manuch. As one of 'rhe ou+- sranding organizafions on campus, The DEBATING SOCIETY has repea+edly scored highly in Hs de- baies. The Socie+y has parlicipaled in Iourna- men'rs al Cenfral Con- nec'ricu+, Harvard. and Columbia. The Debaling Sociely has nor only proved ifself as a 'rraining ground for lawyers, Ieachers. and olher professional person- nel dependenf upon speech buf has also ai'- 'l'racI'ed and mainlained many members for The pure enioymenr and ex- perience received from ifs -ac'fivi'ries. Through 'rhe efforls of Den' marlc's Karin Pedersen. a Bridge- por'r s+udenI', a chapfer of fha lniernalional Associafion of Slu- clenis in Economics and Com- merce was organized on campus. Through AIESEC, foreign sfudenfs may work and sfudy under 'lhe exchange program. Row I: Pefer Venderbogef, Elizabefh Ragany, Rober'r Mayer IChairmanI, Professor Banks lAdvisor Row 2: Marcel Ringawa, Lloyd Jenkins, Joseph Sah, The GERMAN CLUB a+ 'rhe Universiiy of Bridge- porl' was organized 'lo broaden The members' knowl- edge of +he langu-age and cullure. The club enables 'the siudenis io appreciaie German 'ro a 'fuller ex- 1'en+ by exira-curricular informal siudies of German music, liieralure. and dining. Row I: Clinion Sfrong lTreasurerl, Helen Kurlz lRecording Secreiaryl, Edward Rosen- bluhl lPresiclen+l, Theoni Velli lVice-Presidenfl, Ina Husron lCorresponding Secre- 'rar y . Row 2: Joel Rechi. Gary Thompson, Dr. Marcus lAdvisorl, Gerhard Von Grofe, Al Tucker, Roger Klinger. The PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY ailempis 'lo supple- men'r 'rhe knowledge of iis members beyond classroom work. To 'fulfill ihis goal il' presenfs field hips, discus- sions. experimenis. reporis. and opporfuniiies for aciual experience in 'rhe field, as working wilh 'rhe men+ally reiarded. Consequenily, inieresfed siudenls may grea+- ly develop +heir psychological insight Row I: Ann Fiss iTreasurerl. Judy Sione lCo-Chairmanl, Marilyn Trew lChairmanl. Jack Rosen- berg lCo-Chairmanl, Dr. Ehmer ifxdvisorl. Row 2: Al Johnson, Phyllis Seniag. Susan Brody, Judy Ullian. Jo-Ann Gold, Sandy Keppner, lra Weinsfein. Row 3: Bruce Weiner, Eugene Gordon, Frank Esposiio. Soloman Hassan. 117 '1 XB. E 12 Q-if: ' ,u- ,A-Q What an argument in favor of social con- nections is the obser- vation that by com- municating our grief We have less, and by communicating o u r pleasure we h a v e more. - Greville The INTER-FRATERN l TY COUNCIL +ries 'ro bring 'rhe 'fra- Ternilies and sororilies fogelher on a compelilive basis in which every- one achieves maior benefils. Row Row berg. Row Row COUNCIL T 1 'F I Dennis Paulun Treasurer Franl: Lesfer Preslclenl GanlOlren Secrefary ,T II , 2 ' ' l l- l ' l. ' l l- 2: William Wrighl' lAdvisorl, Claudia Smiih, Barbara Kahn, Pafricia Aarons. Carole Green- Phyllis Goldman, Richard Alien. 3: Ronald Wencles, Warren Gorall, Pefer Lawrence. John Filzsimons. 4: Laurence Chrisfiano, Barry Lieberman, Leonard Swine. Chrisfmas caroling 45:2 FB ss ' , ,W ,M n , rar w"f X n. ' l.F.C. supporls Blood Bank 114' 'Pa Founded io promoie chariiy, scholarship. and fellowship among all siudenis, regardless of race. color, or creed, CHI SIGMA DELTA has assisred 'rhe Universiiy in iis efioris +o grow as a unified communiiy. Row I: Mariha Dina ICorr. Sec.l, Claudia Smifh lVice Pres.l. Joan Meyers IPres.I, Sfephanie Tomaslro ITreas.I. Janice Feddersen lRec. Sec.l, Mrs. Van der Kroef lfxdvisorl- Row 2: Carol Fergang, Amy D'Alesio, Barbara Perrocco, Judy Udell, Kaihy Zoios, Joy Kroin. Gail Olsen. Janer Shuchaf. Gloria Cinfron, Anifa DeLuca. Kafhy Mahoney and Jackie. Barbara Mifnilc. Row 3: Carolyn Johnson, Carol Kamarck, Phyllis Thompson, Joni Berger. Row 4: Barbara lgnafowslci, Janice Manende, Lois Dreier, Fran Smilh, Nancy Werwin, Linda Pefersen. SIGMA LAMBDA CHI was organized in rhe fall of I950 on ihe principles of scholar- ship. fellowship. and broiherhood. Since i'rs incep+ion. ii has encouraged iniegriiy. loyaliy. and iraierniiy, regardless of race or creed. Row I: Harold Goldman lAdvisorl, Vicfor Dalessio lRec. Sec.l, Marfin Borell IVice Pres.I, Roberf Mayer lPres.l, Sfephen Nadler lTreas.l. Ronald Wender ICorr. Sec.l, Samuel Miller lHis'rorianl. Row 2: Jeff Milef, Pefer Kovaf. Norman Gering, Roberl' Halio. Edward Kramer. Michael W. Marsaln, Hal Marlin, Bruce A. Weiner, Lewis Zuchman. Row 3: Thomas Gilman, Harvey Herer, David Biensioclc, Dennis Kurlz, Sleven Thaler, Sieven Simpson, Peier Heriz- Row 4: Wall Zuckerman, Reber? Siein. Dale Seiler, Joseph Sah. Neil Silversfein, Barry Lipfon. Row 5: Sid Paierson, Michael Cohen, Gerry Galair, David Goldsfein, Perry Oxen- horn, Paul Grossman. Row I: Peier Buccieri ISec.I. Dan Fusco lTreas.I, MaHhew Oruslca lPres.I, Fred Prunier IVice Pres.I. John Koch lVice Pres.I. Roberf BeIliH'o lCorr. Sec.I. Row 2: Joseph Casfaldo. Ed Hardy, Sam Tesfa, Dave Jess, Sieve Slanelc. Missing: Mr. Yalcel lAcIvisorI, Fred Dirga, Larry Chrisiiano, Ronnie Weiss, Ron Berfasi, Bill Evere'r+. A.G.P. began 'rhe school year wifh -an open pariy which preceeded Ihe firs+ 'fooiball game. On Oclober 20 'Ihe fraiernily sponsored a very suc- cessful "Paradise Los+" Dance wilh Chi Zera Rho sororiry. Open beer pariies were given afier 'rhe Upsala Iooiball game and 'Following a home baslceiball con+es'r. The year's ac+ivi-- lies -also included: a wine parsly: a Halloween par'ry: a slcaiing pariy: 'fhe annual champagne dinner-dance: a new parenis parry and weelcend: and, 'rhe biggesl' and bes'r Alumni weelc- end. I SIGMA PHI ALPHA has always been a leader in everylhing ii has underlalcen. II' has shown in Hs members Ih-al' individuals can par- 'ricipale in campus exlra-curricular acrivifies. and can. ai ihe same lime. mainiain high scholasfic slandards. In Ihe I-aler monihs of I947, a group of veierans uniied Io 'form a social fralernily for Ihe purpose of promoring peace. chariry, scholarship, and fellowship among all men. The name of The new organizaiion was ALPHA GAMMA PHI. Since 'rhen Ihe broihers have siriven Io hold Ihese principles successfully. Row I: Tom Reid ICorr. Sec-i. Roy Robbins ITreasurerI, Tom Marcello IVice Pres.I, Bill Brew lPres.I, Daniel Reslcin lSecreIaryI, Peler Lawrence lI.F.C. Rep.I. Row 2: John MacGregor. Gus Haifa, Paul Bruno, AI Kriscenslci, Les Braclcley, Dick Bowman. Tom Firraniello, John Koplca, Dom Arangio, Roberi' Byifeck, Darragh Harlow. Roberf Landes. Lee Bogli, Rudolph Talcacs, Howard Dohrman, Peier Flynn IPIedgemasIerl, Jerry Amorosena, George Pefropulos, Allan Koperwhais. Row 3: Jim Vincenf, Charles Sheehan. George Geigneller, Larry Bablaiif, Geoffrey When, Paul Feilzer. Richard Cone'r+a, Leonard J. Schisano. Advisor: Mr. McDermoH. Missing: John Ryba. IOTA DELTA PI fraiernily enforces +ru+h in ihoughl' and in aclion +0 oblain Jrhe highesl levels of honor. I+ encourages iusiice and un- dersianding of ihe laws of men. The greek lei'- rers of ihe group symbolize 'rhe concepi' of loyaliy 'rc 'rhe Universily ancl io The fralernily. Row I: Thomas Huray iVice Pres.l, Leonard Levine lPres.l, William Le v lTreasl a y . . - Row 2: Daniel O'Connell, Ronald Glaser, lHonorary Memberl Paul Gleba, Allan Dunn, John Daller. Row I: Brian Beregszazy lSgl'. al Armsl, William Dixon lRec. Sec.l, Diclc Ashfon lTreas.l, Gordon Cassano lPres,l, Howard Eclcenrode lVice Pres.l, Sam LaMonico lCorr. Sec.l. Row 2: Joseph Trinidad, John Milligan, Daniel lanello, Tom Minolli, Roberl' A. Verna, Roberl' Pairignelli, Roberf Pelcar, Dick Casey. Row 3: Daniel Brewsler, Bill Galvin. Ed Schwariz, Don Davis, Roberf Goyda. Row 4: Eugene F- Conroy. Al Cole, Kuri' Pfannlcuch, Kennelh Byers, Thomas Daly, Warren DeLibro. The purpose of UPSILON BETA SIGMA is 'lo pro- mole beHer human relalions among +he various racial. religious. and nal'ionali+y groups a+ This Universiiy. This policy is a refleclion of our early years, in 'rhaf ihe organizarion was founded in I948 as The Uniled Brorher- hood Sociery. Presenily 'rhe Fraiernily. which has lended io be- come a Pre-Medical s'ruclen'r organizaiion, has begun a program of expansion. Socially, 'rhe Fraferniiy holds numerous closecl parries. which culminare in lhe an- nual beach pariy a+ ihe close of lhe school year. The Frarerniiy also works ar such funciions as The Jacoby Broiherhood leciures. f""'X if A Fra+erni'ry ALPHA DELTA OMEGA has long been known as a small. +igh+ly knilr group. sfriving loward fulfillmenl of Jrhe hedon- is'ric way of life. The pasf year has seen marked changes wi+hin The fraiernify. A.D.O. has enhanced +he meaning of Hs moflo: increased membership 20021: and boasis of lhe besl' bawdy songs, square dances and Halloween pariies bofh on and off campus. As iniegral paris of Universify organizafions, 'rhe broihers have led 'rhe Greeks in keeping abreasi of +he scholasiic world. Row, I: Mario Verde lSecrei'aryl, Reber? Cooper lVice Chm.l. Thomas Rash lChairmanl, Roberl' Williams lTreas urer . Row 2: William Romeo, Ken Baebel. James Olsen, Richa ple ll.F,C. Rep.l, Marlin Halpern, Thomas Cenfracchio. Advisors: W. Allen and H. Kendall. Missing: Vinceni' Perry, Richard Zekala. rd Koalchik, Gerhard VonG-rofe, Andrew Figlar, William Whip I ,ff . -Q, "f, ,f s lr 24 A? 34 . 154: K 1 I, 1 ' Y 4 x Q52 s X R - X 3' V , 4adW'A 125 Row I: Peler Dripchalc, lSergean+ a+ Armsl, Charles Merfusovich lRec- Sec.l, Warren Linder lCorr. Sec.l, Marly Siauffer lVice Fres.l, Marv Berman lPres.l, Milne Kraynalr lVice Pres.l. Sian Burgess lHislorianl. S'l'eve Neslarialc iTreas.l, Dr. Viclor Swain lfxdvisorl, Row 2: William Manger, Ed Plavcan, Gordon Smilowilrz, Jaclc Csizmar, Paul Schulman, Michael Winolcur, Michael Hoffman. Row 3: Tom Robinson, Paul Krueger, Dan lsaacs, Al Tuclcer, George Plishlca, Joe Marcianle, Bob Pavlilr. Missing: Fiore Bruno, Paul Boblcowslai, Doug Auslin, James Blue, Blaise Lombardi. George Goulash. Bob Johnson, Jack Horner, Ed Griswald, Bud Wallersfein, Sam Bernsrein. Prof. James, lAdvisorl. ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a nalional service lirarerniry dedicarecl To lhe principles of leadership. friendship, and service. Hs purpose is 'ro assemble college men in 'rhe fellowship ol 'lhe Scour oaih and Law. 'ro develop friendship. and lo promole service +o humaniiy. There are over 300 chaplers spread across rhe Uniled Srares. A.P.O'. draws Hs broihers from all phases of college life. Many belong 'ro social and professional fraierniiies on campus. The A.P.O. service proiecls included lhe "Welcome +o LLB." sign. 'rhe esfablishmem' of a lirsl aid slalion in Dana Hall. and 'rhe co- sponsorship of 'rhe Coronalion Ball Charily Dance. nf' 'As ' A 4, I A I 1 V" ll X, ,IN .19-, V I - . - .J 11- A .327-l V, ,-,. l. s an ' Jw fs- V ,i.,, L.--Ay -r ' :. .: H A .- , V s Je.. - -am wr he . i aff. 1' V PHI DELTA RHO. by advocaling lead- ership. friendship, and scholarship among ifs sis+ers, has won The respecf of ofher Universify organizalions and off-campus groups. An examinarion of +he sorori'ry's record malces lhese ideals evidenf. ,wg P Row I: Rona Gross lTreas.l, Sue Small lCorr. Sec-l, Norma Bronn lPres.l, Judy Ullian lVice Pres.l, Ellie Tinkle lRec. Sec.l. Row 2: Alice Benenfeld, Doris Blaclcer, Mady Walzer, Sarina Mineo, Sandy Sraples, Nancy Pilzer lMarshall al' Armsl, Helene Kruh lSoc. Chm.l. Linda Broden, Carol R, Gardner, Sue Rosenberg. Row 3: Doyle Fish, Joan Rose, Linda Krichman, Susan Snipper. Rona Lazin. Susan Rackmil, Carol Marshall, Doris Sharfslein, Pal Aarons ll.F.C. Rep.l. Row 4: Barbara Blum, Joan Schwarlrz, Marcia Shear lPledgemas'rerl, Diane Jorgensen, Arlene Susser, Maxine Lamberf lChap.1, Anneile Choollaian. BETA GAMMA was founded al' U.B. on April 8, l948. The sororily has The dislincrion of being +l1e iirsr on campus. H' has been suc- cessful, year afrer year, in crea'r- ing 'l'l'l6 besl' social almosphere for irs sislers. Row I: Maureen McGuire lSoc. Clwm-I, Carol Hoffman lRec. Sec.l. Rose Pacharz lVice Pres.l. Lynne Ormsby lPres.l, Deana Schwarhberg lTreas.i, Jo-Ann Lipfon lCorr. Sec.l, Carole Greenberg ll.F.C. Rep.l. Row 2: Dianne Sfone, Judy Hirsch, Vicki Nalle, Donna Warlcins, Mary Ann Ascolese, Carol Cox, Jane Adler, Janel' Einhorn, Nancy Vandergriff, Jaclxie Landino, Rose Reilley, Joyce Carpenrer, Shirley Moran. Row 3: Lucy Sclwmiflce, Barbara Soul, Norma Prolo, Juclillw Tozzi, Marilyn Lipsius, Anne Werba, Susan Murphy, Margo Siemen, Palii Andrade, Bonnie Berk, Sandra Horney. Missing: Virginia Yurcl1. Pledging al' "Alumni" .- . .,,,A. 128 riff' ...uve-I, F11 .fi Vicki Nalle is crowned "Homecoming Queen" As one of l'l1e new Greek leH'er organizalions on U.B.'s campus, CHI ZETA RHO has slriven 'ro live up 'ro ils molrlo of "happiness Jrhrouglw frienclsl1ip." ln lceeping wi+l1 'rhis cleclicalion, 'flue members have crealecl belrler underslanding among people of all races. colors, ancl creecls. - Row I: Jean Varaliay iRec. Sec.l, Carole Hallcy iTreas.l, Marianne Minufola lPres.l, Tobee Deix- ler lVice Pres.l, Kalluy Wesco lSoc. Cl'1m.l, Lee Henle lCorr. Sec.l- Row 2: Sally Ann Cohen, Ernie Giaimo, Judy I-leinle. Karen Funferal, Barbara Grabowslci. Maureen Shea, Juclilh Graves, Barbara Kahn, Palricia Priest Beverly Slone. Row 3: Elisse Schikler, Eunice Morganrofh. June Boros. Pa+ricia Briar, Joyce Bruno. Row 4: Cl1arloHe Mrazili, Debbie I-lariley, Marilyn Jones. 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'n..'.e- I lf.:-f ' ' --'-c:...1.f- 1' I I MH " pf . -' , Ei ww' . f ' V - . E - .li ,.-Y V ,N -- . S, n " I I, A. R ..A I . ns.. I r hits' ' Qu: ' . v " Q 0 . , v , ', ff , in K ,Fw 1 J 1 r JA 'I I ' ' 4 M N ja. .' . mgagw 4, .H 1' It 1 ,J 'W I ' U 4 4.15313 - gg- w . r , .. 8 f fjftg? ' iz ff" RQ' Q ' .Jr ,.w"' '44 5 ,' ' - ul , 'Q EL H Q' A . L - -..- r . vig-I - st . -If my A 2 fi -N 1 3 ,F ' . l 1 n x , 4 ' ' .f'1K:a-Ta? . ' ii iil Q 1 ' HW 1 'T' -i"fq4' , ' - 321 f W-f'9f4 i,ff " lf E' 'wsam kyi Row I: Phil Liebroclc lAdvisorl. John Lovell lSec.i, Al Churilla lVice Pres.l, Ed Carey lPres.i, James Hill lTreas.i, Jaclc Cunningham lSoc. Chm.l. Row 2: Bruce Johnson lChaplaini, John Longo, Rudy Pasierczylr, Diclc Sousa, John Marshall, Nici: Gennaro. Sandy Brown, AI Fabrizi, Walier Heleen, Richard Arsenauli, Waller Drozeclc. Row 3: Richard Galbsrein, Slece Singer, George Brown, Doug Marquis, Bob Brady, Tony Pira, Tom Pandolfi, Roberf Dilcranian, Frank Pisano, Tasso Chirogianis. Row 4: Peler Gorman. Dave Fleschner, Bud Shaughnessy, Charlie Chey. Michael Oshan, Joe Obruzzo, Les Warren, Richard Eyre. John McNamara, James Smiih. Row 5: William Green, Frank Lesrer, George Loorz, Doug Farchielli, Fred Mayer, Jeff Zalcrzewslci. Qgfif A-i' 1:27 f-- :1 fgfs'-Gif? " 4 i ii '-new '1,:.:wfw- eg-wg-iss ' ' ff Q Z ,W . - , , ..- sa -' S' . .74 e 5' . f " ' 'fu-:Q J, , -, , Tug-of-War wiih pledges ln March of I948 KAPPA BETA RHO re- ceived a leHer from ihe Universiiy auihor- iiies complimenling il' on l'he conslifurion and exiending approval of +his social fraierniry on campus. Since 'rhai' incepiion dare 'the broihers ol 'rhis organizarion have come +o real- ize +ha+ K.B.R. is noi' iusf anoiher fraierniry: il is a way of life and a philosophy of living. An impor+an+ pari' of 'rhe philosophy of Kappa Bela Rho is +he lad Jrhal being a mem- ber of ihis organizaiion is indeed The equiva- lenr of having as many blood brolhers as ihere are members of 'rhe fraierniiy. Wifh Jrhis philos- ophy in mind, 'rhe brolhers have always slriven +o disiinguish rhemselves among rhe members of lhe Universi+y. I 2 W , S an L, 4, x x 1-A um., wa Qs-ss w x is x 2 w is sm fng,,,,,5"R fm 'mx -Q. 5 w H . H ms mn ms ss ms ws ms mn mum am an a ms ms sw B mms mm: sm M5 an nm ms OMEGA SIGMA RHO was organized by fwenly- one men 'ro furfher rhe principles of scholarship. broiher- hood, and service. During +he pasl' year 'rhe fra+erni+y sponsored lhe annual Aufumn Fesfival Dance. This group conducfed parfies during lhe foolball season in order +o encourage +eam morale and school spiri'r. In Jrhe Spring, as in +he fall, open parries were inferspersed wi+h privale funcfions. The very acfive year was culmi- nared by Wisraria Weekend 'I'o which 'rhe parenfs of The brofhers were invired. Row I: Ken Bosway lSec-l, Dennis DeSoclo Vice Pres Dr Roucelc Advisor Harry Schnlb lPras Donald Mllclus lTreas.l. John Fiizsimrnons ll.F.C. Rep. Row 2: Ed DeTour, Roberm' l-leaphy, Dan Morello Angelo Cocco Ernesl Hansen Ira Gurln Frank Malone Bob Zuc caro, Peler Guerrieri. Barry Burlcaw, Don Bolle Row 3: Dan Marranzino, James Spinella Mike Pisam Norm Pedersen Joseph Dell Oho Sfephen Plura John Trmder Row 4: Francis Chollco, James Hiruslca Edward J Rowe Roberl' Charney Pal Plnro AI Yunosy Vrlo Vaiflcus Dennis Kavanaugh, Ronald Pedone. Row 5: Rich Sanborne, Larry Pasquale. EV? s vagggg ll '31 ff ,Q yn . K '4l0 K SQLHK RHU INNM ful HIINHHINC fill H al JKFKY Ili IXRIXIDI DR INN V L1I'4,IiwRI':Cl ,,.- 1,- Hn Q ' A 114 1 Since ils incepfion on lhe U.B. campus in I947. lhe brolhers of PI OMEGA CHI have been prominenl on 'rhe campus scene. P.O.C. slresses nol' only The im- porfance of academic achievemenr but in acldilion, lhe developmenl of The sfudenl in various exlra-curricular aclivilies. The goals of Pi Omega Chi have been. and will always remain. brolherhoocl, fellowship, and lhe aclvancemenl of 'rhe Jrrue ideals of fralernalism. Row I: Bob Allen lCorr. Sec.l, Hal Ticldin lTreas.l. Dave Schoenfarber lVice Pres-l, Larry Brezner lPres.l. Jerry Feldman lSec.l. John Dinihanian ll-Ion, Memberl. Row 2: Paul Weinbaum, Dom Ferrara. S+an Erenberg. Neal Direcfor, Kennefh Kassin lSg+. af Armsl, Barry Bernslein lChap.l, Siu Schwarfz. Mike Nelson lCo-Pledgemasferl. Row 3: Barry Lieberman lI.F.C. Rep.l. Jim Sabafino, Jeff Reiler, Roberl Hersh, Jerry Rosen, Daniel Dennis, Gary Schwarlz. . Ad Missing: Mike Chodocoff, Dennis Rein, James Fenner lAdv1sorl, Dr. Dolan l visorl. .,,. , ' 4 :.: uf' 5 f' 4 L 5. fr 5 Row I: Julian Goldsmilh lSec.l. Alan Weislserg lParliamen1'arianl, Arfhur Friesner lPres.l, Michael Agia lVice Pres.l. Michael Kass lTreas-l, Frank Esposiio lSgl'. of Armsl, Row 2: Gerald Pflugh, Sieve Trink, Roberf Zeiinka, Richard Lorigan, David Orange, Alan Hess, Bill Liebman, Allyn Bolz. Row 3: Roberi' Mahler, Elliof Clavif, Jess Sonneborn. Row 4: Ken Ackman, Richie Lipsif. I+ is 'lhe purpose oi SIGMA IOTA GAMMA +o elimina+e religious. racial. and social barriers, 'lo fosier good ideals and mainlain good living and conduci. l II' - , q. Y. , ' ,, M 4 ""'A Gfxgvgqf 'I ., i " 99-.I in A - ,. i I O ., f.,.4 A -.H . h ,:,. LEX., ' w' 'Xie-4 Av I 'f.1:.'9 , fwfrif 'lf' .P fue" - . ' -M y 5. 'w h . ' X" 5-"fx," , A 9 -'f'.'f.,,3 'Q 1 ' ' f k A . K a P K x H 'Q- ue if R , . V f .N iv A . ' , x '-3 v ,-Q . , . - JE' r , b V . .- E . M fy tu.. H va , AJS., . ' 2 w '5Q,.kL:y'9 5? Kyiv-. o' , I .i ' ll-Ll 'E-iii -A vi 1 . t 139 ". . . 'rhe fralernily shall be a brolherhood lo cemem' inlerlaifh, inlrerracial. and inferna- Jrional goodwill." Taken from 'the conslilurion lhese words bes'r exemplify The inlrinsic mofi- valion 'rhar has exisfed in SIGMA OMICRON SIGMA for nine years al U.B. Row I: Michael Schrefer lTrees.l, Roberi' Korn lVice Chanc.l, Phillip Organ lChan.l. Don Karo lScribel, Arihur Shalles lEquiI.l Row 2: Herberr K. Rippe, Ron Cosfa, Sleve Gordon, Gary Schwager, Harry Saslow, Harvey Wiles, Slave Kahan, R. David Alien. Row 3: Ira Weinsfein, Bob Cohen, Gerald Darringar, Pefer Marks, Roberf Wander, Howard Kalinslcy. Ellioi' Berman. Sian Mandel, Jerry Feldman. Row 4: Ed Wolf, S+eve Eisenberg. Row 5: Marly Rabinowih, Arlhur Kalz. uiia.-+3 ,x.,. 3- ,, -rv 'N fy 4.11 w. 'sd ' V ' a" ' W' 'nd-njdxn-Q:YAM'1.4nA 1 N ',g's H zfxftv. ',uf1lff.3 , nv. JL . -L ,' NIM , .,twg.g1J...,1.'l4f.,ogJ.. K' rv- ,mlm I s., ,fagtum ' 'ffl U is 03,5 Sllj, fr- 4 .r .-Y 1. v W 74 :7 .gn -f-..- su. iwiff' Hi Q 1' 'gr ,Q , 1 -9 i i- 5' 1 The sislrerhood o f THETA EPSILON en- deavors +o develop Jrhe qualiries of leadership. characfer, fellowship. and scholarship in Hs mem- bers. The sisiers of rhis sororiiy exhibi+ co-opera- iion. carrying lhrough ,.,,,,, T.E.'s molfo, "Tou'fe En- semble." Q ,-, ,fi -J-, A I' fl' H fl :gary X1 'tl .313 "' 5 J' ' ii- '14 fa .iff 'F ' .T if e- rv ,, ' fs. 2' f '. A K , ix U X k , J ' 1.4 , s 2 2 a if I M I if . ,l x f f Row I: Nancy Robel lVice-Presidenfl, Clare Dosfal lSocial Chairmanl, Judy Kovalslcy lCor- responding Secrefaryl, Barbara Huichinson lPresidenil, Sally Saflco, Rosemarie Confe lTreasurerl, Ann Maronna, Row 2: Sue Horner, Johann Dudalc, Kalhy Leach, Leanne Donofrio, Polly Berselli, Phyllis Goldman, Sandy Rice, Marilyn Trew, Barbara Yasinslci, Barbara Kass. Row 3: Gail Miniy. Jacqueline Reufiman, Harrie? Werner, Kaihy Kormandy, Connie Nill, Marcia Blackman. Kris Jurgialewikz. Row 4: Pamela Sfraub, Sheila Espey, Maryann Slewarlr- EH. M ,- 1 151'-'T:,. x V - fx -YQ., . ' , -.7 2 'sf w ' ff ,, L K , K xbr ,. ,T il I 3 ' ,- If -. 1 0 W THETA SIGMA, founded a+ Bridgeporl' upon fellowship and loyally +o one anolher, has developed in i'rs members 'rhe highesl qualifies of leadership. exemplified by lhe innumerable offices and posilions of responsibilify held in 'rhe hisrory of 'lhe Universily by Theia Sigma men. I+ musr nor be forgolren, however, 'rhal' T.S. is primarily a social organizaiion and each weelc during 'rhe school year, as well as Jrhroughoul The summer, 'rhe brolhers meel' for parfies, dances. picnics, banque+s and ofher social even'rs. The con- 'Hnued success of T.S. from Hs origin in I947 may be aHribu+ed lo an unyielding devorion io 'Fellow members and 'ro fhe fralerniiy name. Row I: James McQuillan lCorr. Sec.l, Barry Shaw iTreas.l, Edward Coffey lVice Pres.l, Jim Demofses lPres.l. Bob Anderson lRec. Sec.l, Sonny Gorall lI.F.C. Rep.l Row 2: Jerry Lessner, Roberl' Wolfe, James Shanley, Roy Francis, Jaclc MacDonald, Jay Johnson, Bob Beclrer, Wil- liam Possum, Reid Harrison, Bob Sobolewslci 3rd, John Cupola, Rick Pearl, Ronald Knickerbocker, Bruce Slang, Tom Campbell, Bob Resla. Row 3: David Simpson, Pe'rer Sage, Dennis Paulin. l ' i N l4+h Annual Playboy Dance Annual Chrisfmas parfy for crippled children "Jus+ gof pinned." V-.1'v , Ali!" .7-'-1-., "El VLOni ssl' sono boni." Prize-winning Homecoming Flon? Bul' Jonesy Schulfz does fha +wlsl'." 41.4. DR 8-5546 "Wl'1o's Olaf Wamp?" "Come back wifh fha? Vigilanie paper! "Belly, wha+'s a chooch?" Dr- Puulin examines lungs "No kidding, Sand, Fai' Fril-z is dead!" "I-9+ me 1-ell you abguf Bglfimoreg 'rraining rules." "My philosophy of sport is simple. The important thing is not necessarily to play well, not to win, not to be a cham- pion, but to obtain the benefits from the game." - J. R. Tunis The l962 U.B. VARSITY FOOTBALL leam losi +oo many cl a Fair record. The Purple and Whiie opened 'lhe l96I season a+ Sou+hern Connecficulz Bridgeport in The fourfh quarier. 'Fell 8 inches shor'r of a TD +ha+ would have upsef +he powerful home 'l'eam. Two successful +ouchdown passes allowed Colby +0 'lop 'rhe Knighfs, I3-O. The Norfheasf- ern win sfre-ak was ended by U.B. wi'rh The ou'I'- sfanding play of Koplca, Aires, Degregario. and ConeHa. Homecoming was spoiled by Norwich. I3-I2. Pederson's firsl' period score was all 'rha'r U.B. needed 'ro defeaf Upsala. The Knighls overcame a 6-O defici+ 'io crush Cenfral Con- nec1'icu+. 27-6. lniured Ed Carey came off 'rhe bench +0 bool' +he winning poinl' agains+ C. W. Pos1'. Time was Bridgepor'r's enemy in Hs loss +o A.l.C. The clock sfopped wi+h UB on 'rhe A.l.C. 20. King's Poinl' beai' +he Knighfs in +he se'ason's 'finale wi'rh an unscouied "sho1'gun" formafion. -li 21,4 es: neverfheless, H ended Hue season wifh SOUTH. CONN. COLBY NORTH EASTERN NORWI CH U PSALA 1 'gf in CENT. CONN. C. W. POST A.I.C. U.S.M.M. 5 Am 4 , T A :. . ,I 4,I gp' Co-capiain JOHN MORAN 'Z 4 eqgm ' If JOHN Al RES I --fy.!'Q Y .,, is 1 I. J K ,. . J- Q, f 4 I . i. Pj ,Y ? RUDY PASTERZYCK AK I 1 5' K 7 My 'L' , NORM PEDERSEN X. LARRY' PASQUALE ' 'kb -A.-' L I , " " A 'EQ " I ,, .:,, V N 1' '. , J ua.. ,' ." ' It ' X I Y- ' V' 1 I J 5 1 IX HARRY SCHILB JIM SMITH If I 4 , , --51 Q ' ' -iii -Q Y D P . f V' -J Z' - . vw ' ' 'J y ""' - x ' .PS 1 1 - ' . , -sf I QQ vu JIM McQUILLAN JEFF ZAKRZEWSKI TOM REID i,f I f I , ! , AL KOPERWHATS H V I TK . K . . 'WS' uf' I .gf 2' , A ai , Y R xi . 1 'au I t 'T'-P A :Sf Co-capfain WALT CZEKAJ v Y K I W so 71 . vi I I MIKE OSHAN JOHNKKOPKA ffx g .. ., 3 b vw A. ,Ll 4 A t 5 4 'L-V f A 4 M 5 Q" K ' i' F .,.,- - ' .F ' 'I 4 - A X 1 I 3' ""' bf, Q' Y, ij I - GENE MOLNAR "RED" BCLK BOB LESKO 5 . 9 1 I 13 , s , WA hi! nl f --J' " 1 JOHN LONGO ,J,w,,f .. FRANK CASTAGNARO ED PETE DeGREG.ORIO cmzkv .gi k .Qxf Under fhe clireclrion of coaches Frank Cos+a and Rudy Valen+ine, Hue FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ieam enjoyed anofher winning season. U.B. I2 SOUTH. CONN O U.B. I4 DEAN JR. 8 U.B. I2 L.l.U. I2 U.B. 0 HOFSTRA 8 Two years ago Bridgeporl was runner- up lo S+. Louis 'lor +he NCAA Nafional Soccer rifle. The l96l 'ream placed ihird in 'rhe couniry as Coach John McKeon builf his lifefime record a+ U.B. io 67-I9-3. The Knighfs had 'ro overcome a I-0 deficil' againsl Trenion, bul' evenfually ran away wi'rh +he game 6-I. H' Jroolc a double-over- lime for UConn +o slop 'rhe Purple and While, 3-2. Yale was held 'ro one goal by UB's defense while 'rhe offense piled up a four-poini advanlage. Boslon U.. Harhcord, Springfield, -and +he Coasl Guard were held scoreless while Bridgeporl 'rallied I8 fimes againsf 'rhese 4 reams. Goehring and Dunbar shined againsl Albany while Mili- lcin and Landers were ou+s+andinq in lhe viclory over C.C.N.Y. Fairleigh-Dickinson gave UB i+s second loss in a nighl' con'res+. ln lhe NCAA quarler-finals, Bridgepori' +opped N.Y.U.. I-O. Wes+ches+er, which evenlually won 'rhe nalional championship, bear ihe Knighis in The semi-finals. Throughou+ 'Phe years. Bridgepor+'s VARS DCCER 'reams have been con'rInuaIIy successful. 4'- ff .ff , I TRENTON ST. CONNECTICUT BOSON HARTFORD YALE ALBANY ST. F.-DICKINSON SPRINGFIELD C.C.N.Y. COAST GUARD N.Y.U. WESITCI-I ESTER , ui 'rg fwfr . . .-'. , 1, f x I K .X X55 ffilff Co-caphain IAN BOB DIKRAN .. , W N '54 fm X R E .:f"n S , E 1 J X ,i , I , .f Q lr , rl" 1 ,- ' U -I m x ,fw- 'K ., ' ' 'E :': ,ag FRANK 156 LESTER 359 7, 4 .Ke , 2 r ' -sri' 'kfggzkgfyfif , 1. AL CHURILLA 1 R' ' lg xi an -,,., ' 'I 1 ,, 5 : BOB LANDERS 2 W 'A 2 V A' fix. -P- lf II: ' , A DAN RASKIN 'lf if-V, EN wh- , , . , 1 +5075 A I . Riff , l.,?Z'f1E W in tl. 3 hfgfa f.f'. . ' ia Kllhb STEVE DU NBAR BOB MILIKIN ROGER CU RYLEO BOB BRADY 'YQ - ' NIM x x 11 Q 'El A .qv ! - . ff ., ,, x , B X f "A as- X W N. , I BRUCE JOHNSON FRED MAYER BOB GOEHRING ,K W' 41 wi .6 x ISL. .... c , KL , ' '- N 1. -h , fl L! 45' wp a' Vs A . B R LEE BOGLI -21: . , , M. ,. , ,', 95 .,:: ,.:,. 5 fl. Af 'M E B bl, if ,BB GUS HAITA f X B .I B ,x w V r -' 5 pl E' . , N - f.'l"f'f V -'15-B - I ll. 1 R 44 V .GK QQ 1 , 5-...YH ' B Q A as m ,f ga H E H E My g . N , 1 H. Q 3 Lim M la Co-capfain BILL BREW SAM SLAGLE BRENT SMITH ' wi,-: , X M . , 4 ,- X .',A'r..4f E W, L ' K ..,- M ,. l. ... .- - K . v '-'.Q,.M. .31 1 ,- .- . ,,,. .1,. ni' rf 1 w 4: iff. i A a-5.2 -. .. pq,-Aw, .gkzme f . 324 L37-'Triax -:zen g.-- 1 f-'S,Lf.Ff"- " ' , ' , . 1' , .Ii- ,X 7: lf, ff' ,fl 1 .T.. ,glrfikf -NT X Vi V -ff-' .L . 553' . 1 .S , -SQ I 9 I ' 1 E x M, 1 if MQ, I jgQ' ..1.f 1 ' V L. 9 K -I' f r fx' 4 -'-,Fill 221' -.'. . , ' --E'-Mu.-YI'-'iE:Ql'g 1 fy 5, . .1 - h I' -. ix 53 JJ!! ag . 1 l., : ' - vb .xx I , H gh , f x , w' gf. f sl' Q 3 n I I' f' ' ' I . , ,,. . ,H l":w1.,f'.., -- . L.-4,1,,v,J 5 ,Qjg.fa'S,,1f-,f via' 'df ,aa z ff." 7' - .QE as "4 'J . , . l, . ,,,., . V -fn 'VJ-?1'4'I,2f , -1 7 :P-1 'wg V--,:., ,R5'?f:1'-' ' 13"-' Me PWC 4 ' -WWE Ng-' .5584 W., bw' jni,":!' .Fl ,QQF4 :AQ-, . p Y f :NX Pg y- '5 yu. L, 1-x ' ' ,fly - -Mu 'wining -"fy: lv' Hanky . . 9 I, ,. V '11 ,Q I-' .ng H: YYSM -mf, , 'Fm 2 f, 5, . -rv ." X ' 113-f' "',7.r"'l.g 5 WT. .4 gt If Agni ,. Mew . " ' " ,-'-,5--.44 A..','- .' F 1?-,911 2 Q -'4-'fvth . -4 1: 5 -f -U' "nf F' -'35 . ,f ' . H, 1f W.w:L?,'A X H., ' .' .I ' 0 , W aw f . Eh f Q Jr.. H Q ix v,v:,- -f . . V f , A M - - 1... ' . , ' ,4L3P:3'fI3iQr?4i?i5'W?f',a - M01-x.1u .L-,. 241.2 . mm 4. A ""T7' i Efngl'-' f ,gig mai 1150 ,- . .... ,Q -,,- ff, ,L-i . WW . 1 A-v f'5'.i4u l. , f,1Ll' 4 W, 4 ."' i ll 17. 0 7 Nm., ff I 1 2 Y fc K' ' ' The FRESHMAN SOCCER feam also en- io ed anofher winning season, finishing Hs sciiedule undefea+ed. 5 , 4 I mnrfmp MARYLAND ST. 83 BRANDEIS 83 A.l.C. 58 ST. FRANCIS 78 BROOKLYN 76 IONA 84 ADELPI-II 86 NORTI-IEASTERN 79 CENTRAL CONN. 73 ST. JOI-IN'S IO8 HARTFORD 55 FAIRFIELD 84 rf' I K "Y VARSITY BASKETBALL has In campus since I928. NEW YORK A.C. COAST GUARD SOUTHERN CONN F.-DICKINSON HUNTER SPRINGFIELD RIDER YESI-IIVA L.I.U. FAIRFIELD C.C.N.Y. if xl - 'A an sw N QUGEPQW 1.4355 Co-capiain JOE YASINSKI ROY ROBINS 4:Tk -:r iff ' Q91 T 4 f olI1 ,rx GARY NOTICE -..,,u1" -qi rl xi H 3 -L. NAU r r' ,O - 5f1f'T,i FRED SCHACK ONESE P A , fr 1 13 . ,J .V ss . ,1 , If 65110 JOE TROIANO -'F' . -5,1 I W .q DAN MORELLO Co-capiain DOM FERRERA E Jax if - , , ,KK -"N 'T W. E . EX . ,.,.,. , E I : a gs . as i gl ' Qs , sz: .... Q .1 'W Q H , -.:. :.: -H :::: k .,1g.:.:.: 5 E-n ':' . - Lf . gs ,lf ., 'sg .fu AK I: :. :.: m H m '- 1.4 I 555 23 ' ' :IE :': .. 'if .. 3 ' 5 '- EEE :ar - K H fx Q :h .J.. K I JERRY FE L DMAN 1- X1 Ag,- gf-ff' The FRESHMAN BASKETBALL season was higI1IigI1'red by vicfories over ,U.B.'s perennial rIvaI. FairfueIcI BASSICK H.S. SPORTSMEN RELIABLE REP. ARMY PLEBES BROOKLYN IONA ADELPHI TRINITY CENT. CONN. SPORTSMEN HARTFORD FAIRFIELD U.S.C.G. SOUTH CONN F.-DICKINSON HUNTER WILTON H.S. YALE L.I.U. FAIRFIELD C.C.N.Y. I 7 v A' J Ti, , ' SQ: ' T' W Ii- N ?'!fEf H I. I I A . gina. If H nl Sk -gm E my S -A ,,,.-1,37 nm - V X . X HUNTER L.l.U. F. DICKINSON The VARSITY BASEBALL Ieam ended a successIuI O I 5 an ,. Ism U PSALA SOUTI-I. CONN. ADELPI-II FAIRFIELD OUINNIPIAC CLARK PROVIDENCE RIDER O I 5 6 3 Xxx O I XI I I egff arficipafing in Hue NCAA Regional Tournamen+. fx sa -AJ E' l 1.1-.--3" 1 DANBURY CENT. CONN U.S.C.G. SETON HALL HARTFORD FAIRFIELD A.I.C. I-IOLY CROSS BOSTON VERMONT S m rp- . ,I-' 55,1 1 ' 1 V. ,J We H - RUDY TACKAS ffm. nfw, 'K , A gf, 'N Nt J 4 AJ Q In bqf y., v N ., N N -N . i . 4 ,, X ff SAM TESTA Co-capfain KOPERWHATS X 'IK ,- -4.4 . . z 2 ' A7 1 ,H 4f K . 'X I I . F" ED ROWE . -sin. NARO 'Loi' X AUGHLIN I I Y! X S X ,. W 'Q xp 1 , ETTA O Z 5, : lx: 'v Z W ' s I fy gf N pg , 5' wA--' ,QL I ,.'t'. -f:w- TRS.: yigjrsill 5,5-+ fl . if . 1 , ED DETOUR I bfi- 'JP N- sennv AMoRosANNA L 14 fb x K 4 L I . JOHNNY CARSON BOB BYITECK Mike McLaughlin pifched Jrwo no-hi++ers 'fhis year x A , ,J .K 4 g I . I. Ig 5 Q- A,x as 'rhe Knigh+s pounded Their way 'ro Jrhe regionals TRACK IS anoflwer one of Hue many sprung sporfs a+ Bridgeport 64'f'2 5 I V2 9 82 42V2 72V2 59V2 IIO 2I 33V2 I i 4 8- X J I L 925 172 f-.4-1' v. '.'-4'-, a.:, -- --v, .PYQL , -X -,-.--A - -b - m1'g.,,,4:,,','L , ' -E -3 Q- 1- -A F. .- .p-v.,- 31,,A-,-:-- ' A! Q . - 1 V, 1 -W . - v- L .'f-- ,K .-. One of Bridgeporfs finesr GOLF 'reams posred an 8-2-I record rhis year. ,Y ,L ' f. 1 v ' , f K I W I E' fi ,A 15. , lm I T'- J. .S Jn' . ..r,5,A',vJ , X X J . L 3 W x ',f,,o.na E 4 5 M 4 J ., 1 x I fy Z 4 N 8 6 5V2 7 X T HARTFORD SOUTH. CONN IONA CENT.CONN. I 3 372 2 5V2 7 8 7V2 4'f2 3V2 3 P. DICKINSON QUINNIPIAC SOUTH. CONN. HARTFORD SETON HALL IONA CENT. CONN. 3V2 2 I 'Viz 4V2 5'f2 4 "It is to live twice, when we can en- joy the recollections of our former life." - Marital The quiei summer evening is dislurbed only by an occasional rusfling of lhe leaves on 'rhe dogwoods in lironl' of "Old Alumni." The blossoms ihey held no+ long ago have disappeared along wi'rh +he many voices and familiar faces ofien seen hurrying pasi' 'rhe beauiiful pink and while bouquefs. There are no more lraffic problems on Park Place. The s+ree+ is bare. Cars, lruclcs, bicycles. and scooiers have leff +he campus un+il nexi' semesier. The carillons begin Io play 'rheir familiar +une and I glance a+ my waich in order Io bear 'Ihe chimes a'I' 'felling Time. II' is seven o'cIocIc and Ihe evening breezes, carrying fhe scen'r of sea air rush over me, and I begin +o feel some relief 'From +he he-a+ of Ihe clay. As I survey Ihe campus I have fhoughfs of +he pas'r: Bishop Hall and English IOI. secrion IIB ..... Wisfaria Weekend, l96O ..... Freshman Week and Beanie Courf ..... "BricIgeporI' Plays S+. 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Highlighfecl b Jrhe Nighfingale Pledge, +he Celiamony presenls fhe seniors wirh purple bands on 'I'heir caps and allows 'rhem fo wear 1'heir uniforms -as a symbol Thai' fhey are nearing +heir goal: honors The 'un- iors wirh 'rhe UB inifials for 'rlweir caps: gives 'rhe sophomores iheir caps and, rhe 'Freshmen fheir uni- forms and name pins. This year +he Regisrered Nurses were included for 'rhe firsl fime, as iuniors or sen- iors. and received symbols of 'rheir progress. U I F3 K E-E ,M E 5 H ' E v M Q E .E ,www ww ss ax -1- aw umm mwgiinm-mggk, nm H x YB awww? ms Y f, M E QF ifavaxmygy Wm' xxggimw. u. X gs vm 1 Us H ar be an . , x . jaw-MM N B " K E I w fm, Y 1 hi X ' - 1 fs nw E ' Q-5 gg .W N4 ' L 'Fi fQ'Q:f': :QT - ,, Q9 'J , X9 mxlz X X 3 9 fibfgfsc, 31: 2, S c Parenfs have an oppor'funH'y +o confer wilh advisors, professors, and members of The admlnlslralion during PARENT'S DAY. The annual evenf is held 'ro help par- enls gain a full unclerslandlng of 'rhe problems of a col- lege eclucaflon. Twenfy-five U.B. sludenls were named To "WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNlVERSITlES." Elecfion was dependenf upon selec- fion by +he Sludenl Council commiliee and subiecl io ihe approval of l'he nalional "Who's Who" or- ganizafion. The selecrion of candidales is based on a poinf syslemi for each aclivily fha? a candidafe parficipafes in he is awarded a cerrain number of poinfs. The 'rolal number of acliviiy poinls is Then mulfiplied by 'rhe sluden'r's Q.P.R. The following siudenls were chosen lhis year: Edward D. Carey, Michael A. Chodorcoff. Eugene Conroy. Barbara Feely. Carole Hallcy. Deborah Harfley. Barbara l-lulchinson, C-arol Kamarck, Joy Kroin, Judilh Kovalslcy, Rona Lazin. Marilyn L. Lip- sius. Joseph Marcianle, Vicki Nalle, Philip Grgan. Ernes+ Oslheimer, Rose Pacharz, Nancy Robel, Jaclc Rosenberg, Gary Schwager. Arlhur Sullan. Euslace Thomas, Lois Wiederschall. and Richard Zavon. - of U ill 4 Once again x . . our lhunder rumbles. As 'rhe climax of monlhs of rehearsing, resfaging, and lhe hard work which goes info a professional proclucfion. CAMPUS THUNDER layed +0 a full house nol only for Hs regular performances bu+ also as -a benefif performance for lhe Crippled Chil- clren's Workshop. This year's en+er+aining performance cen- lerecl abouf lhe plighf of lwo small-lown iob seekers in New York when an elecfronic brain misfakenly marched Their applicaiions wilh fhe IBM card of a big cily gangsler. As usual. The plo+ was inlerwoven wifh fhe hilariously funny skifs of lhe campus 'Favo- ri+es. ihe Thundererfes. fl s K The WINTER FORMAL, af which 1'he Snowflake Queen is chosen is gen- erally +he lasf mafor evenl' on campus before 'rhe Chrisfmas vacafion. 1, I . A K. XT Dakofa S+a+on en+er+ains X -1 'J ,. Snowflake Queen candidafes Snowflage Qlfleelfl gmorofky Swarf. K x mwvza B K 2 We J r 1 ! as na R T fp Y 4 Q 5 .- : 1' ' ,. J 1 I w x 1 S x 'r ll' Y J -5' W, ' , lx ,ati ' 4 H ' fl, J ,v 1 ff. LW r .iff 1 . '.. ' ' Pi 'l 155 it 7 V . . lx 5 :., ff X , Q f wi E13 Ni -1 I , K Campus acfiviiy picks up again afrer Hue Chrisfmas vaca- fion. Afier anollwer break a+ fhe end of finals. s'ruclen'rs are back al' Briclgeporr, ready for fhe SPRING SEMESTER wilh ifs new classes and cliffereni ac+ivi+ies. Differewl insfrucfors . . . and classes . . . and buildings. n 1 x X 11 Q ln i954 Loyola Hall was renovaied, bo+l1 Hs inferior and exierior. Modern equipmenf was insralled. +l1e building was painfed gleaming whi+e, and Loyola Hall became Alumni Hall. a much needed s+uden+ cen+er. However, owing +0 ihe Universi+y's rapid grow'rl1, Alumni Hall, 200 Park Place. became considered a veslige of an era +l1al' is swiflly disappearing from 'rhe U.B. campus. U.B. sludenis in Janu- ary. I962, had 'ro malce +l1e+ransi+ion from +i1e old Alumni. wi+l1 iis smolce- filled rooms. blaring mu- sic, nois crowds. and feeling ol! excilemenl' -and lension, info 'rhe new spacious, modern. Sludenl- Cenfer. On January 2. a+ 3:30 P.M. The adminisfra- 'rion opened wide 'rhe glass doors of 'rhe NEW ALUMNI. 'Eff' Nl? -if l K , we A Besf-dressed Bridgepori' coed. Priscilla Dunn MCCARTHYISM IS BACK InMeCnrth,yls.monllawn.ytobecxmnlngmacoeptedAmerl- can IDIUYSIIQHY A reeent editorial in the San Francisco State "Daily Gator' spoke out against the tactlm -ot the House Un-American :xglvides Com- mlttee ln the aftermath of the San Francisco city 'rlots'. The rlots relez' to a demonstration last May by students against the com- mittee. The college dally expressed the opinion that members o! HQUAC are building McCarthy hysterla. by attempting to single out Gammunllt dupe! The,dupes in this case are supposedly those who plcketed HUlAC's California meeting. 4 lttelltos1udmlntospeak0utag1lmttheeluumlitae.'l'he Illllm'lw0fAlllH'lQl1lhlVBhDFl'0MQlQllhBllDPlBul8ulltll.bW! Francis Walton, 1-he S9Zl'B3n!:lonlst head ol HUAC to persecute any- one he seen ill. Persecution seems now to be dlrected against students who participated ln the demonstration. True, those arrested during the riot escaped with only a reprlmand. But what A-bout two' University of Calllomla Iorelgn students, deported because they stood In A plcket line? Consider the case of the California coed who hadlher Caro Grant scholarship taken away inn hcdon protested by the A.F.L.-C.I.0.J because she demonstrated against HUAC. And the student who was tired from his full-time job because, he too spoke outHasaguaranteeo1heespeeehdlsappeared!romtheBl1lo! Rights? On the U. B. campus. democracy . . This arlicle began a long series of pamphleleering and name-calling. nw!-V .WA xi - .xy M o is .5 f ' luugly H K so mf? of 2 u . , H - . ... .5 . , to -2' 1 E f 41:15g'f,,X M V 4 Yqlifv 'ffjx , ' Xe 1 "gg: V Y5.52"fg:1l J, 2 ,Q u -, E, --I - ,. 'Q - J X- 'l 31.54 . '71-' ' N- ull 4 K 'Z' V 'Mu - K Q., ...ff ? l ., i 4 0:1 'K-E "P . W Eleanor Roosevelt N.S. A. Lewis Zuckerman C.0.R.E. My Creed ------ Dean Alfange I do not choose to be thc common man. It my right to be uncommon-if I can. I seek opportunity, not security. I do not wish to be a kept citizen: humbled and dullcd by having the State look after me. I want tc take the calculated rlskp to dream and to build, to fall and to succeed. I refuse tc: barter incentive for the dole. I prefer the challenges of life to the guaranteed exist- enceg the thrill of fulfillment to thc stale calm of Utopia. I will not trade freedom for benificence nor my dignity for a handout. It is my heritage to think and act for myself, to enjoy the benefit of my creations, and to face the world and say, "This I have done." All this is what it means to be an American. , .,ff"':::, ww, 114.4 has fwo differenf meanings. en. Barry Goldwater .0. Yalta braham Lincoln Dr. J. M. van der Kroef 207 The second annual DANA CONVOCA- TION, held again in January, honored 'iiffeen oursranding sludenfs of 'rhe UniversH'y of Bridgeporr. The scholarship program, which was insrirufed rwo years ago as a resul'r of Dr. Dana's seveniy-nine Thousand. eighr hundred dollar grant has as i+s purpose 'rhe acknowl- edgemenr and encouragemeni' of sfudenfs who show academic promise and poreniial Trails of leadership in all phases of life. The program's founder, Dr. Dana. who spoke a+ lhe ceremony. depicfed socie+y's silrualion wi+h clarify when he slafed Thai' "a life is limir- ed wirhoul' an educa+ion." .5 ,fb QL A well-iusrified smile of conrenfmenr 'Gag gh X Dr. A. Wifhney Griswold receives Bridgeporf HONARARY DEGREE .IZWHW HXSAM we W we anna . I JL 225455 wxgm, , fgiiwe M 3 H a I HB , , gf 1 f! H' . - My 3 M fm f' is is lxmNWig EH EW , -A ' 'LW H I N M551 Www? um me Hmm,-I ' 'mums I' H EH H1 KH m 'E .ww M . New se-B 4 , 2 -may HK- 1' fK ,i ,xx we 4 2' I . A S 'gm ,W ,gfsw xmmghgm 5 ewan gm as The Universify announces Hwe selecfion of an ADDITION TO THE WALL OF SCIENCE On February 4, I962. fi'Hy-seven girls marked ihe complefion of Their firsr semesfer a'r The FONES SCHOOL of Denial Hygiene. Before a capacify crowd in Jrhe Dana Trusiees' Room, 'rhese girls received 'rheir caps in a CANDLELIGHT CEREMONY. For 'rhe 'firsr fime, Fonesipins were presenfed +o +he sophomores -as a symbol of 'rheir accomplishment Dr. Henry W. Lifflefield. Vice-Presidenl' of ihe Uni- versify, presided ai' fhe ceremony. The main speaker was U.B.'s benefacfor. Charles A. Dana. who spoke boih on 'lhe group's accomplishmenls and on fhe superior Facilijries of rhe new Junior College, in which 'rhe Denial Hygiene s+uden+s work. 210 -A-H117 1 I N. y ., F. ' -Q 'V I 1 1' 1 ' Ml M 'VI pus Svxfeefgevvrf q'C7llfl!A ufiwif in is 1 x :naar nam -Vx-U :Q x x During recenf years, srudenis ai' Bridgepod have been showing an increasing in+eres+ in 'rhe FINE ARTS as an exfra-curricular aciivify. The esfablishmeni' of The Culfurai Cenier has. no doub'r, accounied 'For much of The increased populari+y. An even? 'rha+ was well-re- ceived fhis year was The ar+ show of Paul Nonay. Mr. Nonay's painfings can be described as -abs+rac+ and semi-absiracf landscapes and Seascapes. Mr. Paul Nonay rf gm any ATG are ,,' ' 151' , F ., 5 -.-.-lsr ., 31" rg' L r A4 J M Ls, Y ' A 'V U r W 4 Vim Bridgeporf now offers a wide varieiy of ari courses. The annual JACOBY LECTURE, esTab- lishecl aT The UniversiTy of BridgeporT in l952 by The laTe Frank Jacoby, has as iTs primary obiecTive The wish "To TurTher The broTherhoocl of man and The equaliTy of man. regardless of race. color. or creed." The series, iniTiaTeol by Dr. Ralph Bunche, has presenTed -a varieTy of clisTinguished, prominenT. Tigures, This year's conTribuTion being The Honorable Barry lvl. C5oldwaTer, SenaTor from Arizona. new 215 During +he second semesfer 'rhe Office of Campus Produciions pre- senied "Ghos'rs" by Henrik lbsen. This well-known drama was direc:+- ed by Mr. Charles A. Dickason wifh Perer Hurrz, George Sepe, -and Vivian Verilli casi' in 1'he lead roles. The SPRING PLAY ran fhree nighfs 'ro recepfive audiences. .1 X X L. f 7 A, , 'ff ' +i'.'.1.' 'EM' 2,1 ' 1'j"f?f M ' 1' --1, a mn :K d an ,. W -5 an ni Qmmai nanny ' I a - as s c L -ss me was ms- an um-H is-lux mam Brealcfasi' enierlainmenf Greased pole con+es'r 'ww sq Exhibils by differemh organizialions The fourlh annual UB DAY had as Hs 'rheme "The Nexl Decade." Thai' is. +he len year developmenl and expansion program of 'rhe Universily. The schedule of evenis included +he UB Day Brealcfasl' and brealclasl show, sludenl ex- hibils. games. evenls, and awarding of prizes. Themes 'For previous UB Days have included raising 'Funds for lhe Dana Science Building and 'lhe Alumni Hall Sfudenl' Cenfer, and a "clean- up" day devoled lo beaulify- ing 'rhe campus. I A Q Q 5 , . El ,,..!-U 1 LY '71, fi M 7 ' t ,f" ' i'iii'i"5"? fd . rr g5"',FF '!Q flflr?-Ml wi! hi Q kwgg., L- wbliffk ef., J ws '+.gf?'s-J . if N in 'V Kin.. X H h ,vpn . g. ,7 I g s. T ':-,I 7 '.. - ' vm ,g V, Y, - ' -. ,?i' v A 'Qi - vlfjknr 41' - ' ,W kj.--a,-2: ,, N - T if 1 "PL, 'ff' '- H In Y A Li Qi- g :"EJLu . Y . 5 ' . ' i 1 ' ,J , - X' V ,F .5 . 1, . - " ' , . . , f ii 15,1 .L Q'--.-' if, ,-"i, - .' ,Jw ' :3:133fi2.pLi l3",1 - T if - - A .J...- 'uf me M. ' .AJ nf-. s ,Q RQ 4" if-11'--1,-'QQ " vg'1 ""'i' .ggi 5 ' neg 'F-1 'N fl.: l i-1 ew-'ng,,g P. 21512 ' .,Q.Q'5 .Qt 'gi''fil,i'g:?f1:j1:Ez!i-S f i mfg -if '+'?i.'1'-r: 'f"'g--1" w.-' .49 .. 1 fluff' Vyvfi T . 1 'i"j'5 ig M- nf" -- Z, .-fi f .V -,A - . ,3, gy, .i,. . l - Aw.. . Z ' 1 , A 4' ' r'--11 ir:-f A l . - . ps. mu,-51 ml , g D ,N 4 I g tt-. K., Limbo con+es+ 'LLERY X .. Q l '43 9 5 i xiii , 1 LI For mosi siudenis 'rhe iasf big social evenr of The school year is WISTARIA WEEKEND. Cy Zedner and his band provided ihe enierfainmeni on Friday evening ai The ball. On Saiurday nighr 'rhe Universiiy sponsored a program 'Fearuring The Kirby Sione Four. In ad- difion io The affairs offered by The school, fraferniiies and oiher campus organizaiions sponsored a number of closed parfies and picnics. ian! is faria ueen 3714 tba UH' 25 1 1 ' - If , if J' fn .f 1 ' . I H 'fl I V1 ,Jn Fashion Merchandising maiors spend some Time selecling 'rhe cloihing Jrhal ihey will model during Jrhe annual SPRING FASHION SHOW. This year fhe girls' efforls were appreciaied by a large audience a+ 'rhe affair, which 'roolc place in ihe Social Hall of 'rhe Slrudem' Cenfer. -J ' til A leam composed of members from Bridgepor'r's facully and aclminislralion. however, was able +o slop lhe s+uden+ group . . . The Varsify Golf Jream enloyecl a very successful season This spring, regislering eighl viclorles againsl lwo losses ancl a He. ,,,mi x . . . and was given recogni'Hon for Hs accomplishment The final even? of 'lhe year was. of course GRADUATICN. A fofal of almosl' 800 sludenls received degrees ranging from The AA. and A.S. +0 The M.S. Honorary degrees were conferred upon Richard Rogers, Igor l. Sikorsky, and Dr. Rosemary Parks. "Bonds will keep us forever Jrrue. Alma Mafer. Bridgeporf U." in lx., . ' r -, :Rx 1., i me ..il i- Q ,...4 P -if E W Nigh+ s+uden'rs are given a special ceremony lx , The Universi+y awarded fhree honorary degrees XX ,iff .Q ,L as Presidenf Halsey addresses Hue class of '62 xff .sd Q. ,I :'5'.'1 7'mSI.,g Sgr N r The building program contin ues . . . and the new U.B. emerges. You have in your hands aT This Time a producT of The UniversiTy of BridgeporT. I mighT Try To be more specific and say ThaT The I962 WisTarian was puT TogeTher by a handful of sTudenTs and submiTTed To a prinTer. who Turned ouT The Tinished book. IT should be quiTe unfair of me, however, To make such a sTaTemenT. This WisTarian proposes To be. above anyThing else. 'a rec- ord of The acTiviTies on The U.B. Campus during The pasT school year. I cannoT, There- Tore, overlook The TacT ThaT iT is a producT of The enTire universiTy-The TaculTy and adminisTraTion, The buildings, old and new, The campus scenery. The classroom acTiviTy, The social acTiviTy, and, of course, The U.B. sTudenT. Campus acTiviTy . . . pgmr--2,563 . . . remains uninTerrupTed . . . In This books The ThoughT ThaT Ties TogeTher These diTTerenT aspecTs of U.B. life concerns The advance- menTs made aT BridgeporT during The pasT Tew years. l am sure ThaT The physical growTh is obvious To mosT people. NOT many sTudenTs are able To remember The original Fairfield Hall. Bishop Hall, or STamTord Hall. YeT These buildings were parT of The campus only Two or Three years ago. while fhe new replaces fhe old. The academic improvemenfs. on fhe ofher hand. have been given liffle recognifion. There sfill remains a fendency on fhe parr of our sfudenfs - as well as wifh fhe local fownspeople - fo fhink of U.B. as nofhing more fhan a superior high school. These people are noi' will- ing fo accepf fhe facf fhaf our universify is raising academic sfandards as well as build- ings. To fhose who shouf "Seaside High" from fhe oufside I recommend a visif fo Dean Kern's office 'ro discover whaf Bridgeporf requires for admission. To fhe U.B. sfudenf who cries fhaf he should be geffing a 'Harvard educafion" for less 'rhan S800 a year I offer my handkerchief. Consider fhe fhousands who were rejecfed when Bridgeporf senf you a leH'er of accepfance: consider fhe number who have been dismissed by fhe universify for unsafis- facfory work while you were allowed fo confinue your educafion here. Before you fear down fhe insfifufion from which you may someday obfain a degree, examine your reasons for -affending college. W'haf are you doing fo educafe yourself besides paying fuifion? l it . 4, This book has discussed rising siandardsz fhe universiiy le'rs us know Thai U.B.'s enrollmeni is growing by leaps and bounds: and. ihe greaier Bridgepori' communiiy is showing an inieresl' in The admirable building program. Curren+ plans ceriainly make ihe fulrure U.B. an impressive Jrhoughi. One need no'r remain on campus any longer ihan a school year fo noiice Jrhe progress faking place in Bridgeporfs souih end. Accompanying Jrhis rapid growih, however. is The confusion 'rhal' generally arises in such an expansion program. . R 'Q .ms The adminisfrarion is con+inually making excuses for "growing pains." Classes are occasionally overcrowded. Srudenr records are misplaced. The removal of old buildings for new ones is making if more difficulr +o find la class, an insrrucror, or an office of Jrhe ad- minisirarion. While assembling 'rhis book I rhoughr 'rhar I should have rhe righi 'I'o be disfurbed over +he lack of co-operaiion on ihe par'r of siudenis, facully members. and adminisirarors. l soon realized. however. 'lhai' "growing pains" kepr us confined 'ro The small corner- room on rhe 'rhird floor of Old Alumni. a building which was open 'ro only 'rhe sraff members of rhe Scribe and Wisrarian. This resrriclion nalurally reduced our means of communicarion. As a resul'l', rhis book was nor 'able ro give due recognifion 'ro 'those individuals and groups who were noi able +o afford rhe addiiional ehfori if 'look 'ro conlacr us. The growing, rherefore, is painful, buf rhe siudenr is noi rhe only mariyr. The eniire school groans each 'rime The map of our campus is sireiched: each lime an old building is leveled for eirher a new building wiih greaier faciliries or anoiher parking lor: each 'rime 'rhe memories of rhe pas? are pushed aside and 'rhe new U.B. emerges. R.A.A. 5 ll ir WEE We wil? E HM35. QQ ,, M ,, 232 In The "organizaTions" secTion of This book you will Tind 'a couple of pages dedicaTed To The mem- bers oT The yearbook sTaTT. Each one of These sTu- denTs made The WisTarian a regular parT of his col- lege life. They were all assigned To a parTicuIar aspecT of The book aT The beginning oT The school year. I am sincerely graTeTuI To Those who TuITiIIed Their obligaTions. The producTion of The I962 WisTarian also in- volved -a number of people ouTside of The sTaTT. Mr. VicTor H. O'NeilI was. once again, The ideal publisher. His personal advice added To his exTra services cerTainIy reTIecTed his deep inTeresT in our book. I should also like To Thank Mr. O"NeiII's sTaRTg especially Mr. CoaTs, Mr. Findley. and phoTog- raphers Dick RoberTson and Murray Modiclc. LasT Tall The WisTarian ran inTo a problem in- volving The disTribuTion of I96I books. To Mr. Wil- liam WrighT I owe a greaT deal of Thanks Tor his help and undersTanding during The period of con- Tusionh. In order To show The universiTy's progress over +hei years cerTain members of The sTaTT spenT some Time examining pasT yearbooks. school records. and old newspapers. I should especially like To Thank Dr. 'Charles B. Goulding. who was insTrumenTaI in The esTabIishmenT of This U.B. annual, Tor his assisTance. He supplied The sTaTT wiTh a greaT deal oT informa- Tion concerning The school's hisTory. From I959 To I96l The WisTarian was ediTed by Jack STewarT. His concern Tor conTinuing The success of This yearbook was obviously expressed by his willingness To spend as much Time as was needed To properly prepare his successor. The I96I books arrived on a cold. weT December morning. They had To be carried up a Tire escape in a driving rain To The Third Tloor oT Old Alumni. Nine sTudenTs assisTed me in This unpIeas'anT Taslg. For Their help The WisTarian is indebTed To Ted Klaus, Jim DemoTses. Jay Johnson. Bob Becker. Rdy Francis, Sev Paladowycz, Dennis Paulin. Ed Coffey, and Bob Sobolewski. I' I should Think ThaT one oT The busiesT men on campus is The DirecTor oT Public ReIaTions. Besides keeping The public well-informed abouT The univer- siTy. lvlr. VicTor lvluniec is an insTrucTor in journalism. He sTiII Tinds The Time, however. To serve as The ad- visor Tor boTh The WisTarian and Scribe. ThroughouT The year his oTTice has supplied us wiTh imporTanT in- TormaTion 'and phoTographs. The yearbook sTaTT cer- Tainly appreciaTes all ThaT Mr. Muniec has done Tor The I962 WisTarian. Finallyi ,I musT menTion ThaT,l Teel greaTIy in- debTed -To"The UniversiTy oT BridgeporT Tor The op- ediT This 'annual puIoIicaTion. The people I Those wiTh whom I have worked. and Thei-iaIcTiviTies in which I became involved provided an experience ThaT shall never be TorgoTTen as I recall my college IiTe aT U.B. R.A.A. Graduate Director MARY E. ADAMS 75 Meadowlawn Road, Stratford, Conn. Associate ot Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,2, Vice-President I: Maiorettes 2. MARYANN C. ADDARIO 26 Dorrance Place, I-lamden, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Newman Club l,2: Junior American Dental Association l,2: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Social Chairman of Freshman Class. MICHAEL AGIN IU3-ll 68 Drive, Forest Hills, New York . I Bachelor of Science in Marketing . Activities: Dean's List I: Sigma Iota Gamma 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. SIGURD E. AHL I5 Lexington Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 4. JOHN P. AIRES 4I Enclosure, Nutley, New Jersey I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Omega Sigma Rho l,2,3,4: Newman Club I,2,3,4: Arnold Maiors i,2,3,4: NEA l,2,3,4: Football 3,4: Baseball 3,4: Track 4. HELEN M. ALDERMAN Gilhead Road, RFD ili3, Waterford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing KENNETH ALPERT 55 Touraine Avenue, Hull, Mass. Bachelor ot Science in Marketing Activities: Stat. Club 3: Marketing Club 4. BARBARA J. ALTIERI 9 Sunny Ridge Parkway, Trumbull, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Young Democrats Vice-President I: Scribe I: Newman Club I: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: Board ot Governors Secretary 2: Board ot Directors Secretary 2: Freshman Show 3: PRF 3: Freshman Week Committee 3: Senior Class Treas- urer 4: Student Council 4: NEA 4: SEA 4. ELIZABETH A. AMBROGIO 750 Third Street, Duellen, New Jersey ' Associate ot Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Women's Senate l,2: Newman Club l,2. ROBERT A. ANDERSON 356 Lenox Road, Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Secondary Education Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 3,4: Wistarian 2,3,4, Sports Editor 2, Executive Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Freshman Week Committee 3,4: NEA 4: Dean's List 3,4. JANET E. ANDRU5 Box 30l, Canaan, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: University Chorus I: Dean's List l,3: SEA 2,3,4: NEA 2,3,4: CEA 2,3,43 Student Christian Association 3,4: WHG 3. WILLIAM ARMISTEAD 72 Magee Avenue Bachelor ot Science in Secondary Education ' RICHARD B. ARMSTRONG 7II Tulip Street, Cranford, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Football l: Track I: Kappa Beta Rho l,2, Secretary 2: Inter-Fraternity Council 2: Marketing Club 43 Baseball 4. , JOANNE M. ATLAS 639 Ocean Avenue, New London, Conn. Associate ot Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Young Democrats I1 Hillel l,2. JUDITH A. BACHER 24 Arch Street, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing , Activities: Basic Student Nurse Association l,2,3: Conn. Student Nurse Associa- tion 4. BEVERLY J. BACON I7D Monroe Street, New Britain, Conn. Associate ot Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. B. ROBERT BALABAN II9 Sherwood Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot' Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society 2,3,4. ROBERT L. BARDANI I8 Haviland Street, South Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor ot Arts in Mathematics Activities: Dean's List 2,3: Spanish Club 3,4. ROSALIND M. BARNES 39 Fern Circle, Waterbury, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: WHG l,2: American Dental Hygienists Association I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Social Activities Committee 2. KENNETH J. BEGELMAN I375 Hudson Rd., Teaneck, New Jersey Bachelor ot' Arts in Political Science Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma l,2,3,4: Sociology Colloquium l,2,3,4: Campus Thunder 2: PRF 2,3, Chairman ot Political Elections 3: Men's Senate 2, Presi- dent 2: Freshman Week Committee 2: Student Council 3: lntertraternity Coun- cil 3: Delta Epsilon Kappa Honor Society 4, Vice-president 4: Dean's List 3. REJEANNE BEGIN I56 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Edu-:ation Activities: French Club l,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3, Vice President 4: Spanish Club l,2,3: NEA 4. JOAN A. BERGER 3I Fenway North, Milford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Chi Sigma Delta l,2: Freshman Week Com- mittee I: American Dental Hygiene Association l,2. HORACE J. BERNHART 30l E. 4th Street, New York City Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Dean's List l,2,3: Audio Visual Work Scholarship l,2: Gymnastic Team I: Arnold Troopers I: Industrial Design Society 2,3. SANDRA J. BEST 3BB Granby Rd., S. Hadley Falls, Mass. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hall Council l,2: Canterbury Club l,2: Student Christian Association I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. JULIETTE BETHEA 749 lranistan Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activies: Spanish Club l,2: Student Christian Association l,2: Wistarian 4. GABRIEL J. BIAFORE 334 Evers St., Bridgeport, Conn, Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha l,2,3,4: SEA 3,4: Freshman Week Committee 4. DAVID B. BIENSTOCK I4 Norwalk Ave., Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel I: Sigma Lambda Chi l,2,3,4: Student Spirit Committee 2: Freshman Week Committee 23 Ski Club 2: Marketing Club 3,4: Social Activities Committee 4. 234 JUDITH A. BILODEAU 68 Eunice Ave., Fairfield, Conn. ' . . . 0 Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2, Pledgemaster 2: Junior A.D.H.A. Repre- sentative I: Wistarian 2. EILEEN BLACK 33 Curtis Lane, Yonkers, New York . . ' Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: WAA Varsity Basketball 3: Hall Council 3, Treasurer 3, 'President 4: SEA 43 CEA 4. MARTIN L. BLUMENTHAL l3l Madison Terr., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design ELIZABETH ANN BLUNDELL 326 Hollowtree Ridge Road, Darien, Conn. Associate ot Science in Dental Hygiene Activitges: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Junior American Dental Hygienists Associa- IOTI s MARCIA I. BOB I973 Carman Ct., Merrick, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I: SEA 2,3,4: Bridgettes 3,43 Hall Council 4, Secretary 4. ROCHELLE BORNSTEIN 439 Shore Road, Long Beach, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hall Council 3,4, Vice-president 3, Social Chairman 4: NEA 3,4 3,43 CEA 4. . JUNE P. BOROS 49 Joseph Street, Bridgeport, Associate of Arts in Graphic Design Bachelor ot Science in Art Education : SEA Conn. Activities: P.R.F. l,2,3: Alumni Hall Student Board of Directors I,2,3,4: Fresh- man Week 2,3,4: Chi Zeta Rho Historian 3,4: Campus Thunder 4. JUDY L. BOUER 9 Van Houten Ave., Jersey City, N.J. Associate of Science in General Education Activities: Hillel l,2: SEA I,2, Sec. 2. NANCY L. BRANDIN Tartia Road, East Hampton, Conn. ' . Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Big Sister Committee l: Pen and Keys 2. DAVID BREITBART 2l55 Grand Ave., New York 53, N.Y. Q . ' Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: Basketball I: Vice-President of class I: Student Council I: Board of Directors Alumni Hall l,2,3, Chairman 3, President 3: Debating Team 2. WILLIAM D. BREW I4 Hubbard PI., Wetherstield, Conn. Bachelor oi Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman Club l,2: Soccer l,2,3,4, co-captain 4: Basketball I: Golf 2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4, President 3,4. PATRICIA M. BRIAR 54 Frederick St., Stamford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2: French Club I: Chi Zeta Rho 2. ARLINE E. BROOKE Summit St., Ivoryton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: SEA 3,4. JACOUELINE A. BROWN ZI9 Summit Ave., Langhorne, Pa. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2: SEA I: Women's Senate 2. LORRAINE BROWN I Fisher Drive, Mt. Vernon, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Women's House Government I: Social Activities Committee I: NFA 4. SANDRA A. BROWN 95 Glover St., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Nursing Activities: Theta Epsilon Sorority 2,3,4: Student Nurses Association 2,3,4: Stu- dent Council 4. FIORE J. BRUNO 695 Sylvan Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor oi Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society l,2,3: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 43 ASME Student Club 4, Treasurer 4. JOYCE L. BRUNO I Sutro Place, Glenville, Conn. Associate ot Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys 2: Chi Zeta Rho 2. BARBARA A. BUCHLA 266 Gregory St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 4: CEA 4: NEA 4. STANLEY F. BURGESS Shadblow Hill, Ridgefield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Sports Car Club I: Alpha Phi Omega 3,41 ASME 4. CLAIRE E. BUSCHER 42 Overton Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Newman Club l,2: Pen and Keys 2. BONNIE L. BUTLER 66 Randolph Street, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,2. LANCE J. BYRON West Street, Hadley, Mass. Bachelor ot Science in Physical Education Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma 2,3,4: Men's Senate 2: Newman Club 3,4: Arnold Maiors Club 3,4: Track Team 4. VINCENT J. CAGGIANO I23 Cherry St., New Britain, Conn. Bachelor ot Arts in French Activities: French Club 3: Pres. ot Spanish Club 4. DIANE CAMERINO 2OI Claremont Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Associate ot Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Newman Club l,2: Student Spirit Committee 2. ELAINE M. CAMOSSE I4 Robert Ave., Auburn, Mass. Associate ot Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Corresponding Secretary of Class I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Jr. Member of Dental I-Iygienist's Association l,2. J. THOMAS CAMPELL 4 Lafayette Court, Greenwich, Conn. Bachelor ol' Science in Economics Activities: Theta Sigma I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3: President oi Junior Class: Vice President ot Senior Class: Student Council 3,4, Treasurer,4: Economics Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Treasurer of Freshman Week Committee 4. EDWARD D. CAREY 46 Bubier Road, Marblehead, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Freshman Football I, Varsity Football 2,3, Football Manager 4: New- man Club l,2,3, President 4: Kappa Beta Rho 2, Historian 3, Treasurer 4, President: A Cappella Choir 3: Student Education Association 4: National Education Association 4. HEATHER L. CARPENTER 635 Fairfield Avenue, Stamford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 2: Cheerleader 3,4: Young Repulicans 3: PRF 3: SEA 3,4: A Cappella Choir 4. RICHARD R. CASEY l20 Robin Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Iota Delta Pi 2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega I,2,3,4: Engineering Society 3: Young Republicans 3: Alumni Hall Board of Associates. JOSEPH R. CASTALDO 6l Birch Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society l,2,3: AIEE 3,4: IRE 3,4: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4. CHARLES V. CATALINA 44 McDonald Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration JUDITH A. CHAPMAN I7 Pool Road, North Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing AgItIIvities: Basic Student Nurse Association I,2,3,4: Dean's List I,2,3,4: Aristeia RICHARD C. CHAPMAN lZ3 Fog Plain Road, Waterford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: IRE 2,3,4. SUSAN E. CHARY i302 Dlckarson Road, West Englewood, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 2: Social Activities 2: Student Council 3: Homecoming Com- mittee 3: SEA 2,-1. ETHEL CHARNEY l075 Capitol Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies MARJORIE H. CHERASHORE 220 Norris Avenue, Phoenixville, Pa. Associate ot Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Hillel l, WAA I. A. MICHAEL CHODORCOFF 5 Dartmouth Road, West Orange, New Jersey Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Pi Omega Chi I,2,3,4: Ski Club 2,3, Vice-President 2,3: IFC 2,3, Presi- dent 3: Student Council 3: Pi Gamma Mu 3,4: Delta Epsilon Kappa 4, Presi- dent 4: Sociology Colloquium 3,4: Who's Who in American Colleges 4. ALBERT M. CHURILLA 58 Bretton Road, Manchester, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: IFC 3: Varsity Soccer 2,3,4: Society for the Advancement of Management 4. SANDRA L. CISLO IZB Coram Road, Shelton, Conn. Assocate of Science in General Education RAYMOND S. CIUCHTA 502 Light Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4. NANCY H. CLARKE 44 Meadow Street, Demarest, New Jersey Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Social Activities Committee l. EDWARD C. COFFEY l92 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ol Science in Marketing Activities: Newman Club I: Student Council 2,37 Theta Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 4: Debating Society 2: Dean's List 2: Scribe 4. SALLY A. COHEN I495 Cheshire Road, Jacksonville, Fla. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Chi Zeta Rho l,2: A Cappella Choir l: Student Council 2. SHARON M. COLLETTE ll6 Bunker Hill Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Treasurer of Freshman Class: Secretary of Sophomore Class: IPhi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Dean's List I: Newman Club I: American Dental Hygien- ist Association 2. LAWRENCE P. COMDEN I Franklin Street, Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics WILLIAM L. CONNERS 666 Orange Center Road, Orange, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Activities: Dean's List 2,3,4: German Club 3. EUGENE F. CONROY ISI Orwaupum Street, White Plains, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Iota Delta Pi 2,3, Vice-President 3: Debating Society 2: Young Re- publicans 2,3: Marketing Club 2,3,4: IFC 2,31 Student Council President 3,4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. JOHN B. COOGAN 396 Highland Avenue, Kearney, New Jersey Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Newman Club I: Soccer I,2,3: Basketball I: Baseball l: Men's Senate I: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4: Sociology Colloquium 3. FRANCIS G. COOK 73 Melrose Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: National Education Association 4: Student Education Association 4. ROBERT N. COOPER I63 Federal Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel I,2,3,4: Young Republicans I,2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4: History Club, Vice-President 3,4: Alpha Delta Omega 3,4. ' ALPHEE C. COTE 23 Middle Street, Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Newman Club l,2: Social Activities Committee 2: IRE, AIEE 2,3,4: lota Delta Pi 2,3,4. CAROL M. COX 38 Revere Road, Port Washington, New York Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Pen and Keys I: WHG l,2: Beta Gamma 2. EDWARD R. COWLES Cove View Avenue, Riverside, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History DOROTHY B. CRIGGER 223 Broad Street, Wethersfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing HAROLD J. CROMACK 57 Sylvan Avenue, Unionville, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sports Car Club 3: Marketing Club 4: SAM 4: Golf Team 4. PHYLLIS A. CULLAM 26 Leonard Street, Mt. Kisco, New York Associate of Arts in Graphic Design JOHN F. CUNNINGHAM BB Newton Road, Springfield, Mass. i Gra hic Desi n Bachelor ot Science n p g I I Activities: Newman Club l,2: Kappa Beta Rho I,2,3,4, Historian 2, Social Chairman 4: Campus Thunder 2: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Student Spirit Com- mittee 3: Social Activities Committee 4: IFC 4. RONALD B. D'ANDREA I39 Read Street, Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Secretary 3,4: Student Christian Association 2. ROBERT F. DAUSILIO I I74 Ruth Street, Bridgeport, Conn. I I I I Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society I,2,3: IRE 3,4: AIEE 3,4. JAMES V. DEFEO l60 Judson Place, Stratford, Conn. I I I I I Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Social Chairman 4: IFC 3,4, Vice-President 4. TOBEE S. DEIXLER IO7 Calhoun Place, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Science Activities: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,4: Political Relations Forum 2,3: Chi Zeta Rho 3,4. WARREN A. DELIBRO I50 Tavern Rock Road, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Iota Delta Pi I,2,3,4: Newman Club 2. JOSEPH M. DELL'OLIO 28 Granby Road, Worcester, Mass. I I I Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Football I: Scribe 2: Omega Sigma Rho 2,3: Sociology Colloquium 3,4, Historian 3, Treasurer 4: Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society 4. ROSEMARIE DELORENZO 56 Denise Terrace, Fairfield, Conn. I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder I: Young Democrats 3: N.E.A. 3,4. ANITA L. DELUCA 247 Clover Street, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Art in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,2, Treasurer 2: Chi Sigma Delta 2. YVONNE A. DEMERY I8l Fifth Avenue, New Rochelle, New York Associate of Arts in Secretarial Studies Activities: Maiorette l,2. JAMES N. DEMOTSES 2284 Broadbridge Avenue, Stratford, Conn. I I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Theta Sigma I,2,3,4, Pledgemaster 2, Social Chairman 3, President 4: Sophomore Class Vice-President: Student Council 2: Wistarian 4. DENNIS J. DESOCIO 603l Harrison Place, West New York, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Activities: Baseball l,2: Newman Club I,2,3,4: Omega Sigma Rho 2,3,4: Cor- responding secretary 2, Vice-President 3,4: Sociology Colloquium 3. DOROTHY M. DEWHIRST 8 Wilson Avenue, Trumbull, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Spanish Club I, Vice-President I: Psychology Society 3,4, Treasurer 3. ROBERT A. DIKRANIAN 5320 25I Street, New York, New York I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Acgivgigsi Soccer I,2,3,4: Tennis Team 2,3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 3,4: Arnold Maior u , . LOIS D. DREIER 380 Kneeland Avenue, Yonkers, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: German Club I: Ski Club I: Hillel I: SEA 2,3,4: NEA 2,3,4: Chi Sigma Delta 3,4. JOAN E. DUBERSTEIN Midland Avenue, Central Valley, N.Y. Associate of Science in Graphic Design Activities: Big Sister Committee 2. HELENE M. DUDICK 728 South Pacific Street, Stamford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Newman Club l,2: WHG I: Junior Ameri- can Dental Hygienist's Association 2. BARBARA A. DULINA II Hillside Avenue, Seymour, Conn. Associate of Science in General Education Activities: Newman Club l,2: Pen and Keys Club I: Freshman Week Committee 2. GERALDINE L. DUNNE 337 Figlar Avenue, Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club l,2: Newman Club l,2. HOWARD C. ECKENRODE 574 Birmingham Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: iota Delta Pi 3,4, Recording Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Circle K 4, LAUREN E. EIBY l47 Churchlll Road, Trumbull, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Kevs l,2. STEPHEN M. EISENBERG 47 Lakeshore Drive, Rockaway, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Track I: Ski Club I,2,3,4: Sigma Omicron Sigma I,2,3,4: Engineering Society l,2: Hillel 2: IFC 3: Student Spirit Committee 3: Psychology Society 3: Alumni Hall Student Board of Directors 4. BONNIE H. ELINSKY 44 Sequin Road, Hartford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Women's House Government l,2: American Dental Hygiene Association 2. PATRICIA M. EMMONS Branchville Road, RFD rltl, Ridgefield, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies HELENE ESNER 909 William Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder 3: SEA 4: NEA 4: CEA 4. FRANK C. ESPOSITO IO Maple Lane, Brookfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Football I: Sigma Iota Gamma 2,3,4, Social Chairman 3, Sergeant of Arms 4: Psychology Society 4. RICHARD J. EYRE 296 Union Avenue, Belleville, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Track I: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4: Soccer 4: Marketing Club 4: Society for the Advancement ot Management 4. STEPHANIE M, FADAK 404 Highland Avenue, Winchester, Mass. Bachelor ot' Science in Nursing Activities: Basic Student Nurse's Association 2,3: Connecticut Student Nurse Association 4. TANINA C. FARAH 4l4 Park Avenue, Menhassef, New York Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Activities: Wistarian 2: Social Activities 2: Women's House Government 3, Cor- responding Secretary 33 Campus Thunder 4. BARBARA J. FEELEY I2 Algonquin Road, Canton, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Women's House Government I: Newman Club I,2,3,4: Arnold Maiors' Club I,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Program Chairman 3, Vice-President 4: Beta Gamma 2: WAA I,2,3,4, President 3: Who's Who 4. 235 FREDA FELBERBAUM 64 North Main Street, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education ' Activities: SEA 3: Glee Glub 3: Orchestra 3: German Club 4: Journalism 4. EDWARD G. FEUCHTWANGER 2200 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: French Club 3. DONNA L. FIELD 9 Glenwood Avenue, Foxboro, Mass. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Dean's List I: Big Sister 2: Student Spirit Committee 2. JILL A. FISCHER 64 Cobane Terrace, West Orange, New Jersey Bachelor ot Science in Nursing Activities: Cheerleading l,2,3,4: Student Nurses Association I: Honor Council 3. RHODA G. FOGELSOHN 44 Robinson Gardens, Lewiston, Maine Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel l,2,3, Secretary l,2: WAA 2: SEA 3,4: CEA 3: Campus Thunder 3,4. LOUISE FORMAN I89 Devoe Avenue, Yonkers, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder I: Hillel I: Phi Delta Rho I,2,3, Historian 3: NEA 4: Senior Privilege Committee 4. EDWARD H. FRACKMAN 2 Hill Park Avenue, Great Neck, New York Bachelor ol Arts in Music Activities: Campus Thunder l,2,3,4: Campus Productions l,2: Spring Play 3,4: Knights ot Thunder 4. ROY D. FRANCESCHET 550 Main Street, East Haven, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 3: American Society ot Mechanical Engineers 3,4, Secretary 4. EDWARD M. FRIED IOI6 North Avenue, New Rochelle, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Men's Senate I: Golf Team 4: Marketing Club 4. ARTHUR D. FRIESNER 64-24 2l4 Street, Bayside, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma 3,4, President 4: Scribe 3: Student Council 4. GAIL H. FRITZ 94-I0 59th Avenue, Rego Park, Long Island Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Dental Hygiene Association 2: Phi Omicron Upsilon 2,3: American Dental Hygiene Association 3. RITA L. FROST ' I5 Gibbsbon Road, Clementon, New Jersey Associate ot Arts in General Education JOHN N. FULLEN 499 East 34th Street, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor ot Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Newman Club I: Sigma Iota Gamma 2: Track Team 3,4: Society for the Advancement of Management 2,4. DANIEL J. FUSCO 50 Clinton Avenue, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4. ANASTASIA L. GAIDISH l09 Ford Street, Milford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club 2. PETER J. GALINDEZ IBI4 North Sth Avenue, Bay Shore, New York Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: Soccer I: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4. ROSEMARY I. GANNON 97li North Farms Road, Wallingford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4, Social Activities Chairman 3: Women's House Government 2,3, Vice-President 3. RUTH F. GARRETT 6357 SW I6 Street, Miami, Florida Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene . Activities: American Dental Hygienist's Association l,2: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Hillel I,2. RONALD A. GAZDIK 67 Knollwood Drive, Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Economics Club 2: Marketing Club 3,4: Society for the Advancement Management 4. CYNTHIA P. GELBARD I4 Lakeview Road, New Rochelle, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Education . Activities: SEA l,2,3: NEA l,2,3: Helicon 2,3,4: Phi Delta Rho 2,3: Campus Thunder 3,4: Literary Society 4. NICHOLAS GENNARO I679 Salem Road, Valley Stream, New York Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Baseball I,2,3,4. PATRICIA M. GENTILE 368 Arch Street, New Britain, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activites: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Freshman Week Activities Committee 2: Wistarian Secretary 2. ERNESTINE R. GIAIMO l39 Meadows End Road, Milford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club I: Chi Zeta Rho I. ANTHONY J. GIANCOLA 5I8 Florence Street Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: AIEE 3,4. MARIE R, GILBERT 72 Eastlawn Street, Fairfield, Conn. h Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2, Recording Secretary 2. VICKI B. GILBERT I62 Mackenzie Street, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: WHG 2,3: Mass Meeting Committee 2: Chairman of Big Sister Com- mittee 3: Chairman ot Housing Committee 3: Honor Council 4. LINDA A. GIOVANNIELLO SI Hardwick Road, Bristol, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Hillel I: Newman Club I: Social Com- mittee AHBD 2: Student Spirit Committee 2. RONALD M. GLASER 4I Wickes Avenue, Yonkers, New York Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Marching Band l,2,3: Biology Society I,2,3,4, Treasurer 4: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2: Chess Club 4. SAMUEL A. GOFF I0 Stratford Road, New Rochelle, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Student Council I: Sigma Lambda Chi 2: IFC 2: Social Activities Committee 2: Marketing Club 4. 236 PHYLLIS GOLDMAN 22 Woodhaven Road, Newton, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Arglilvitiesz WHG I: Theta Epsilon 3,4, Pledge Master 3: IFC 4: A Cappella 'r 4. SUSATN G. GOLDMAN 59 Marvin Avenue, Rockville Centro, N. Y. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activites: Student Spirit I: Social Activities Committee I,2. FRANK G. GOLDSCHMIDT l524 Harrison Avenue, Mamaroneck, New York Bachelor of Arts in Economics Activities: Economics Club 3,4. RUDY J. GONDAR ' Route 426, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 2,3: ASME 4: IRE 4: AIEE 4. JUDITH A. GRAVES 985 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Art ' E I' h s in ng is Activities: Young Democrats 2: Political Relations Forum 2,3: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: Literary Society 3,4. ELEANOR J. GRAVINO 747 Riverside Drive, Orange, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Newman Club I,2. CAROLE A. GREENBERG 580 E. 2I Street, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Beta Gamma 3: IFC 3: Women's Senate 3: NEA 4: SEA 4: CEA 4. EDITH R. GREENBERG 42 Colebrook Street, Hartford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activicigizsz Hillel I: Basic Student Nurse Association I: Concert and Marching Ban ,3,4. ANN C. GRISWOLD 3476 Main Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: WAA l,2,3,4, Badminton Manager I,4: Band l: Hockey l,2,3: Soft- ball I,2: Arnold Maiors 3,4. DOLORES B. GRUNFELD 692 Cleveland Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Business Education Activities: Dean's List I,3,4: Hillel 2: SEA 3,4: NEA 3,4. PETER J. GUERRIERI 98 Parkview Drive, Bronxville, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Omega Sigma Rho I: Men's Senate 2: Ski Club 2: Sociology Col- Ioouium 2: Newman Club 3: IFC 3: Marketing Club 4. JOAN B. GULYAS Il Lorma Avenue, Trumbull, Conn. Associate ot Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,2, Vice-President 2. ROBERT P. HALIO I5 Voorhis Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma .Lambda Chi I,2,3,4: Social Activities Committee 2,3,4, Chair- man 4: Marketing Club Vice-President 4: Scribe 4. CAROLE A. HALKY 353 Success Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Alumni Hall Board of Directors l,2,3: Alumni Hall Board of ,Gov- ernors 2,3: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: PRF 3: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,4: Stu- dent Council 4. MARTIN A. HALPERN 36 Lillian Drive, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Freshman Week Committee 2,4: Audio-Visual Aids 3,4: Beta Alpha 4. EDWARD 'J. HARDY ll3 Smith Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Ai'ivLtiesx:4Engineering Society l,2,3: AIEE-IRE 3,4, Vice-President 4: Sigma Phi p a , . JOHN R. HARRIS 23 Secor Drive, Dobbs Ferry, New York Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Ski Club l,2: Engineering Society 2,3: ASME Vice-President 4. THOMAS W. HARVEY B7 Bassick Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi l,2,3,4: Industrial Design Society l,2,3,4. SHIRLEY A. HELMSTETTER 30 Old Smalleytown Road, Warren Jup, N.J. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club 2. HENRY J. HENEGHAN, JR. 745 Sylvan Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: AIEE-IRE 3,4. SUSAN E. HERMAN r 46 Schenck Avenue, Great Neck, Long Island Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I: Honor Council 2,3,4: Women's Senate 3: SEA 4. ELEANOR M. HIGHLING 6 Langworthy Terrace, Westerly, Rhode Island Bachelor ot Science in Physical Education Activities: Basketball l,2,3: Softball l,2: Volleyball 4: WAA 3. EDWARD HOERR 7 Hastings Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Agtgvitiesz Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4: Marketing Club , ,4. PAULA B. HOFFMAN 20 Blackthorn Lane, White Plains, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Alumni Hall Board of Directors 2,3: SEA 3,4: Big Sister Committee Chairman 4: Senior Privilege Committee 4. FRANCIS J. HOGAN I9 Maple Street, Tarrytown, New York Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering ' Activities: AIEE 4. CORNELIUS J. HOLINKO I44 Harral Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History SUSANNE P. HORNER 2059 Oakdale Avenue, Glendale, Pa. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Student Council I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Professional Dental Hygienist Association l,2: CEA Co-Chairman 2: Theta Epsilon 2. SANDRA E. HORNEY 245 Center Street, West Haven, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Spanish Club Secretary I: Beta Gamma I: Pen and Keys 2. THOMAS T. HURAY l75 Marlon Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Arts in Biology Activities: Biology Society 2,3,4: French Club 3,4: Upsilon Beta Sigma 3,4. BARBARA M. HUTCHINSON 220 Berkshire Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: Freshman Week Committee I: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4: A Cappella 2,3,4: SEA 3,4: Young Republicans 4. MARY F. IACOBELLI IB Concord Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Music Activities: Music Club l,2,3,4: Concert and Marching Band 3,4: Orchestra 4. MARYANN IERARDI 253 North Rolling Acres Road, Chesire, Conn. I I I I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: American Dental Hygienists Associat ion l,2. JACQUELINE R. LANDINO l63 Park Street, West Haven, Conn. I I Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Dean's List I: Spanish Club I, Vice-President I: Pen and Keys 2: Beta Gamma 2. PAULA R. LAPENTA I 430 Blake Road, New Britain, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I,2: Newman Club 2. MAXINE R. LAPPIN 89 Nason Road, Swampscott, Mass. I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Women's House Government I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: American HOWARD E. JACK, JR. 76 Booth Street, Stratford, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 3,4, Treasurer 4. ROBERT J. JANOSKO 285 Reed's Lane, Stratford, Conn. I I I Bachelor ot' Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society I,2,3,4, RICHARD E. JANSAK I0 Circle Drive, Bridgeport, Conn. I Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: IRE-AIEE 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. GRACE E. JOHANSSON lll Pinewood Trail, Nichols, Conn. I I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Student Christian Association I,2,3: WAA l,2,3,4: Hockey l,2,3,4: Basketball I,2,3,4: Softball l,2,3,4: Young Democrats 3,4: Literary Society 3: Arnold Maiors 4. BRUCE W. JOHNSON Mott Hill Road, East Hampton, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Soccer l,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir l,2,3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Circle K 2. CAROLYN J. JOHNSON 9l Lounsbury Road, Turmbull, Conn. Associate ol Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys 2: Chi Sigma Delta 2. DIANE W. JORGENSEN 36 Vanderbilt Avenue, Manhasset, New York I I I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Agtaviggi :hi Delta Rho 2,3,4: IFC 2: Big Sister Committee 2: Social Activities WILLIAM M. KANE Box 70, Pine Rock Park, Shelton, Conn, I I I Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Dean's List 2,3,4: Aristeia 4: Marketing Club 3,4, ViceAPresident 3, President 4: Golf Team 4: Circle K 3,4, Treasurer 4. 20 Hilltop Drive, Great Neck, New York I Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Baseball I: Campus Thunder l,2: Sigma Iota Gamma I,2: Student Council 2. MICHAEL J. KASS PETER M. KAPLAN 67-40 Yellowstone Boulevard, Forest Hills, N. Y. I I I I Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma l,2, Corresponding Secretary 2, Chancellor of the Exchecouer 3,4. ARTHUR S. KATZ l52l Unlonport Road, Bronx, New York I I I I' Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel 2: Sigma Omicron Sigma 3,4: Social Activities Committee 3,4: Student Spirit 4. RONA S. KATZ 4525 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York, N.Y. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,2: Big Sister Committee 2. JUDITH H. KEMPTON 432 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: NEA 3.4: SEA 3,4: CEA 3,4: Dean's List 4: Wistarian 4. EUGENE M. KIMMEL I2 Midroclrs Drive, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History WILLIAM H. KING l39 New Canaan Avenue Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. ARLENE R. KLENK 348 Dexter Terrace, Tonawanda, New York Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. AUDREY E. KLOTZ I4B Garfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Stnrlent Council I: Pen and Keys 2. JOHN E. KOCH 77 Brookdale Road, Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sioma Phi Aloha I,2,3,4, Vice-President 4: Marketing Club 2,3,4 ALLAN M. KOPERWHATS Box 263, Fords, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Acttivities: Ski Club I: Football l,2,3,4: Baseball l,2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3, 4: Arnold Maiors Club 2,3,4, JOHN R. KOPKA I6 Hampton Street, Auburn, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Phvsical Education Activities: Baseball I: Football 2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Arn- old Maior's Club 3,4. SUZANNE KOSLOW 33 Surrey Lane, Rockville Centre, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Agtgigtgej: Women's House Government I,3, Treasurer 3: Beta Gamma 2,3,4: JUDITH A. KOVALSKY l50 Glenfield Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Education Activities: Newman Club I: Cheerleading I,2,3,4, Captain 4: Theta Epsilon 2,3, Corresponding Secretary 2.3: Freshman Week Committee 2.3.42 Alumni Hall Board ot' Directors 2,3,4: Alumni Hall Board of Governors 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 2,3,4: Student Council 3.4, Recording Secretary 3,4: Senior Class Secretary 4: Student Spirit Committee 4. ' BARBARA J. KRAL 40 Bauer Place, Westport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys 2. MICHAEL E. KRAYNAK 90 College Street, Stratford, Conn. I Bachelor ot' Arts in Psychology Activities: Biology Society l,2,4: Newman Club l,2.3,4: Psychology Society l,2, 3,4: French Club 3: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, Vice-Prbsident 4. ROGER D. LAFORTE B85 Grand Street, Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Industrial Desion Activities: Industrial Design I,2,3,4: Dean's List l,2,3: Freshman Week Com- mittee 4. CHECK W. LAM lll Worthington Street, Springfield, Mass. I I I Bachelor ot Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 2,3: International Club 3: ASME 4. MAXINE S. LAMBERT 52l Franklin Avenue, Nutley, New Jersey , Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Phi Delta Rho I,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 2, President 3: SEA 4. ROBERT W. LANDERS 35 Livingston Street, Weth Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Soccer l,2,3,4: Baseball 2,3: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4, Dental Hygienists Association 2. WILLIAM F. LEAVY 27l Woodrow Avenue, Southport, Conn. I Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Medicine Activities: French Club l,2: Biology Society l,2,3,4: Upsilon Beta Sigma 3,4. BARBARA A. LEE 76 Hampshire Street, Holyoke, Mass. Bachelor ot Science in Nursing Acttivities: CNRNA 3,4. CLAIRE M. LEFFINGWELL Clayton Road, Canaan, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Psychology HARRIS LEFKON 346 North Long Beach Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Sales Activities: Hillel I,2: Social Activities Committee l,2,3: Campus Thunder I,2: Scribe 2,3: Young Republicans 3: Sigma Omega Sigma I,2,3,4, LOUIS P. LEONE 480 Bishop Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Industrial Design Society 2: Marketing Club 4: Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 4. STUART A. LERNER B9 Acapulco Street, Atlantic Beach, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel I: Sigma Lambda Chi I,2,3,4: Social Activities Committee l, 2: Young Republicans 2: Scribe 3: Marketing Club 3,4. FRANK D. LESTER 470 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Soccer l,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir l,2,3,4: Kappa Beta Rho l,2,3,4: Student Spirit Committee 3: IFC 3,4, President 4. SUZANNE J. LIPPMAN 9 Collins Place, Albany, New York , Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Hillel I: Women's House Government l,2: WAA 2: Big Sister Com- mittee 2: WRA 3. MARILYN L. LIPSIUS 62l North Terrace Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Beta Gamma 2,3,4: SEA 2,3,4: lFC 3: Student Council 3,4: Dean's List 2,3,4: Aristeia 3,4: Women's Senate 4: Homecoming Committee 3: Jacoby Lecture Committee 3,4: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. MARY JEANNE McCALLUM 26 Bald Nob Road, Denville, New Jersey Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Acttivities: Student Christian Association I: Hall Council I. MAUREEN B. McGUIRE 3508 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, N.Y. - Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Women's House Government I: Newman Club I: Beta Gamma 2: Pen and Keys 2. CAROL M. McLELLAN 32 Hawkins Street, Stratford Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club l,2. JAMES R. McQUlLLAN IZ44 Salvia Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Aeggvgiesz Theta Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 4: Football 3,45 NEA 4: Arnold Maiors u 4. JAMES F. MALERBA 4l Florence Avenue, New Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in English A?IIIvItiei Literary Society Chairman 2: Freshman Week Committee 4: Scribe nor . STANLEY J. MANDELL 273 Avenue P, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Student Council I: Sigma Omicron Sigma I,2,3,4, Vice-Chancellor 3: Dean's List I,2,3: Social Activities Committee 2,3,4, Co-Chairman 4: IFC 2: Scribe 3,4, Business Manager 4. JANICE M. MANENDE 550 Robin Lane, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Bridgettes I: Chi Sigma Delta 2. THOMAS W. MARA 590 West Main Sttreet, Norwich, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Newman Club 3,41 Marketing Club 4: Society for the Advancement of Management 4. MICHAEL J. MARCHITTO 95 Rolaart Street, West Haven, Conn. I Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Arjtlvitiesr Engineering Society 3,4: American Society of Mechanical Engineers JOSEPH MARCIANTE 67-06 52 Avenue, Maspeth, New York Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Newman Club l,2,3,4: Ski Club I: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, Vice- President 3, Recording Secretary 4: Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment 2,3,4, Secrettary-Treasurer 2, President 3,4: Marketing Club 3,4: Young Democrats 3: Dean's List 2,3. SANDRA E. MARKS 28I7 Spencer Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Big Sister Committee I: American Junior Dental Hygienists Association l,2. RUTH J. MARLAND 33 Maple Street, Danielson, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Registered Nurses Association 3,4. JOHN T. MARSHALL R.D. :t2, Kennett Square, Pa. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Kappa Beta Rho l,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir I,2,3,4: Arnold Ma-iors Club l,2,3,4. CAROLYN A. MARTIN 64 Champion Terrace, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Newman Club 2: Chi Zeta Rho 2. LORRAINE A. MARTIN 36 Wyant Road, Oxford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Tests and Luncheons Committee l: Mass Meeting Committee I: Pen and Keys 2: Newman Club 2: Newman Club 2: Freshman Week Committee 2. 237 PAUL M. MASKERY l40 West Main Street, Plainville, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Track 3,4: Newman Club 3,4: Men's Senate 3,4, Treasurer 3: Arnold Maiors Club 3,4. BEATRICE A. MASLOWSKI 274 Thorpe Avenue, Wallingford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Women's Athletic Association I,2: Physical Education Girls Club I: NEA 2,3: CEA 2,3: SEA 2,3: Arnold Maiors Club 2,3,4. RONALD R. MANAKER Il Hillview Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 3: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 34: Institute of Radio En ineers , g 3,4. FRED M. MAYER I96-30 42nd Avenue, Flushing, New York Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Soccer l,2,3,4: German Club I: Track 3,4: Tennis 3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 3,4: Arnold Maiors Club 3,4: American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation 3,4. ROBERT F. MAYER 279 Morace Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Real Estate and Insurance Activities: Campus Thunder I,2,3,4: Debating Team 2,3,4: Sigma Lambda Chi I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Marketing Club 3: Alumni Hall Student Board of Directors 3,4: Knights ot Thunder 4: Alumni Hall Board of Governors 4, President 4. PAULINE I. MAYNARD I9 Royal Street, Agawam, Mass. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Newman Club I,2: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. SUSAN R. MELNICK I300 Midland Avenue, Yonkers, New York Associate of Arts in Legal Stenography Activities: Pen and Keys Club Vice-President 2. FRANK A. MELONE 37I Broadway, Bethpage, New York Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: Soccer I: Track I: Omega Sigma Rho I: Men's Senate I: Newman Club l,2,3,4: Lacrosse Club 3: Ski Club 2,3: Campus Thunder 4: Freshman Week Committee 4: NEA 4: SEA 4: CEA 4. HELENE G. MERENOFF 20 Karens Lane, Englewood Cllffs, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,4. JOAN M. MEYERS 256 Houston Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in. Secretarial Studies Activities: Campus Thunder I,2: Chi Sigma Delta I,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 3,4: IFC 2: SEA 3: Pen and Keys 3,4: Student Council 4. BARBARA A. MIGLIORE 37 Bristol Terrace, Milford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Kevs Club l,2. FRANCES E. MIKLOVICH 36 Glenwood Avenue, Norwalk, Conn. Associate ot Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I,2: American Dental Hygienist Association l,2. DONALD J. MIKLUS 778 Valley Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Golf Team I,2,3: Omega Sigma Rho I,2,3,4, Historian 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4: Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4. ROBERT A. MILIKIN Box I04, Lake Road, East Hampton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Sooccer l,2,3,4: Track I,2: Kappa Beta Rho 2.3.4. LESLIE A. MILLER 520 SW 22 Road, Miami, Florida Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Women's House Government I: Hillel I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. EDWINA J. MILLER 9 Pope Hill Road, Milton, Mass. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Big Sister Committee I,2: Student Spirit Committee I,2: Freshman Week Committee 2. THOMAS R. MINOTTI 35I Lexington Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. N BaEhekIoi1otlScierg:i in Secondary Education Activities: ewman u : ota eta i I: Freshman Week Committee 2. DANIEL J. MIZAK I62 Prlnce Street, Bridgeport, Conn, Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Binloov Society I,2,3,4. JOHN F. MORAN I97 Sheridan Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Frmtlsnll 2,3,4. SHIRLEY MORAN 262 Leonin Avenue, Leonia, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I: WAA I: Beta Gamma 2,3,4: Women's House Government 2: Arnold Maiors 7' SEA 2,3,4. SUSAN F. MOREY I3 Drury Lane, Danvers, Mass. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Conn. Dental Hygiene Association I: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. CHARLES M. MORSE I775 E. IBth Street, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Advertising Activities: Ski Club 2: Sports Car Club 2: Sigma Iota Gamma 2.3, Treasurer 2 3. EUNICE G. MORGANROTH I55 Eaton Street, Bridgeport, Corin. Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 3,4. ROBERT A. MURPHY 3 Foxboro Lane, Old Brookville, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Alpha Delta Omega 2: Track l,2,4. STEPHEN L. NADLER I502 52nd Street, Brooklyn, New Ybrk Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Activities: Men's Senate 2: Freshman Week Committee 2: Sigma Lamdba Chi 2,3,4, Treasurer 4: Social Activities Committee 3,4. VICKI NALLE 30 Thomas Street, Newport, Rhode Island Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Cheerleader I,2,3,4, Captain 3: Beta Gamma 3,4: Homecoming Com- mittee 3. ANTHONY V. NAPPI 322 Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Agtgylties: Industrial Design Society l,2,3,4: Dean's List 2,3: Sigma Iota Gamma NANCY L. NASH 24 Wilmot Avenue, Trumbull, Conn, Bachelor ot' Science in Secondary Education ' JANE M. NATHAN I9 Lincoln Avenue, West Orange, N.J. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Student Education Association I,2,3,4, Activities: Pen and Keys Club I,2: Hillel I,2: Big Sister Committee 2. 238 BARTON P. NEEDLE I40 East 95th Street, New York, New York Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Public Relations Photographer 2,3: Wistarian 3,4: Mechanical Engi- neering Society 3,4: Scribe Photographer Editor 4. CAROL M. NEIDELL 62I Oxtord Street, Westbury, New York Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Hillel I: Women's House Government I2,3: Big Sister Committee I, 2,3: Women's Athletic Association I,2,3,4: Spanish Club 3: SEA 3,4. ANITA M. OTTEN 6l6 Grand Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Nursing Association 2,3,4: Secretary of Junior Nursing Class 3: Presi- dent of Senior Nursing Class 4. GAIL H. OKEN 3Il5 Independence Avenue, New York, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Hillel I: French Club I: Wistarian I: Chi Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Secretary gfaiociety tor the Advancement of Management 2: IFC 3,4: SEA 4: NEA 4: 4. JERI M. OLSEN 76 Bryant Pace Westward, New Jersey Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club I,2: Social Activities Committee I: Mass Meeting Committee I: Women's Senate 2: Big Sister Committee 2: Student Christian Association 2: Spanish Club 2. EDWARD K. OLSON South Pleasant Valley Road, Groton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Alpha Delta Omega l,2. LEAH A. ORLIN 3IIB Park Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Studies Activities: Hillel I: Society for the Advancement of Management I: Chi Sigma Delta l,2, Treasurer 2. LYNNE C. ORMSBY l75 South Sendecor Avenue, Bayport, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Beta Gamma I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Women's House Govern- ment I,2: Arnold Maior's Club I,2,3,4: Cheerleading 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. PHILIP J. ORGAN 460 East Park Avenue, Long Beach, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Political Science Activities: Student Council I, 2, 3, Vice'President 3: Men's Senate I: Sigma Omicron Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4: Political Relations Forum 2: IFC 2: Freshman Week Committee 2, 3: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 3: Sociology Colloquim 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Delta Epsilon Kappa 4, Treasurer 4: Phi Gamma Mu 4, Treasurer 4: Spanish Club 4. JAMES J. ORTOLEVA West Shore Fire Department, West Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Activities: Alpha Phi Omega I, 2: Engineering Society 3, 4: American Society of Mechanical Engineering 4. CARL J. PABST l05 Homestead Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha Accounting Fraternity 3, 4. ROSE G. PACHARZ IBI Voorhls Avenue, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Bachelor ot Arts ln Political Science Activities: Student Spirit Committee I: Geta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Women's House Government 2, 3: Sociology Colloquim 3, 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4, President 4: Delta Epsilon Kappa 4, Secretary 4. VIRGINIA ANN PAGANO 78 Lewis Road, New Britain, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Secondary Education Activities: Political Relations Forum I: Young Republicans I: Newman Club 2: Beta Gamma 3. 4. SEVERIN M. PALYDOWYCZ East Street, Bethlehem, Conn. Bachelor ot' Science in Secondary Education Activities: Russian Club I, 2: German Club I, 2, 4: Political Relations Forum 3: Alumni Hall Board of Directors 3, 4, Treasurer 4: NEA 4: Alumni Hall Board of Governors 4. CAROLYN V. PAPAY 68 Prince Street, Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I, 2. NICHOLAS PAPPAS 274 View Street, New Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Golf Team 2, 3, 4. JOSEPHINE PATANE 39 Kerema Avenue, Devon, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club 2. SIDNEY D. PATERSON 4406 Beach 44th Street, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Activities: Hillel I: Sigma Lambda Chi 2, 3, 4, Advertising and Publicity Chairman 2, 3, 4: Social Activities Committee 3: Scribe Assistant Photography Editor 4: Wistarian 4: Helicon Art Editor 4. ROBERT J. PATRIGNELLI 39 Forestview Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementry Education Activities: French Club I: Newman Club I: Iota Delta Pi 2, 3, 4: Alumni Hall Board of Directors 3: Student Council 3: Junior Class Vice-President 3: Young Democrats 4: NEA 4. WILLIAM F. PAUL I8 Lorma Avenue, Trumbull, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Engineering DENNIS J. PAULIN I50? North Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Student Council I, 2: Basketball 2: Theta Sigma 3, 4: IFC 3,4: Political Relations Forum 3, 4: President 3, 4: CSL 3, 4. ROBERT W. PEKAR 534 Barnum Terrace Extension, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Iota Delta Pi I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I: Industrial Design Society 3, 4. ROBERT E. PAVLIK 2l20 Seaview Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Society for the Advancement of Management 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4. ANGELINE R. PETRUNY I4 Oriole Lane, Seymour, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 4. KURT J. PFANNKUCH 34 Arden Road, Trumbull, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Iota Delta Pi 2, 3, 4: Young Republicans 2, 3, 4: Sports Car Club 2: Political Relations Forum 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Freshman Week Committee 3, 4: Marketing Club 3, 4: Campus Thunder 4. FRANK M. PISANO 225th Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn, New York I Q t Bachelor ot Science in Marketing. Activltiestz Baseball I: Ski. Club I, 2: Kappa Beta R o Z, 3, 4: Historian 4: Track 3: Soccer 4: Marketing Club 4. SUSAN PODBERESKY II6 Bridge Street, Willimantlc, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I, 2. SALLY A. PODUFALY 255 Weber Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Wistarian Copy Editor I, 2: Theta Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club l: Dean's List I, 3: Student Nurses Association l, 2, 3, 4: Aristeia 4. MARILYN J. POLLAK I75 West 93rd Street, New York, New York Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel I, 2: Phi Omicron Upsilon I, 2. JOHN J. POLUHOWICH 404 Soundvlew Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Biology Society 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4. PAUL D. PRAVDA 20l Waverly Road, Scarsdale, New York Bachelor of Arts in History Actiwiities: Dean's List 2, 3. STELLA PRESLOPSKY 29 Cassidy Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 3, 4. PATRICIA M. PRIEST , Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Student Christian Association l, 2: Chi Zeta Rho l, 2. NORMA I. PROTO B20 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I, 2: Junior Dental Hygienists' Association l, 2: Beta Gamma l. 2. FREDERICK PRUNIER III7 Kossuth Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Vice-President 4: Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4: Dean's List 3, 4. l468 Burr Street Fairfield, Conn. DOROTHY R. PZYNSKI I6 Farm Ct., New Britain, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I, 2, Vice-President 2: Newman Club I: Junior American Dental Hygiene Association I. PAUL N. RASHAP 2263 E. 27th St., Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Hillel I, 2, 3, 4: Campus Thunder 2, 3, 4: N.E.A. 3, 4. HOMAS D. REID 2720 Alaska St., Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education ctivities: Track 2,3,4: Football 3,4: Newman Club 3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 3,4. KAREN J. REVAZ R. R. No. 2 Delay Rd., Harwlnton, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene ctivities: Phi Omicron Upsilon I. ARIE T. RENALDI 324 Pershing Ave., Carteret, N. J. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education ctivities: Newman Club l,2,3,4: Women's Athletic Association l,3,4: Arnold Maiors 2,3,4: Secretary 4. LINOR J. RIBAK l629 Laurel Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies ctivities: Pen and Keys 2. YNN E. RICHMOND 47 Myrtle St., Manchester, Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising ctivities: Big Sister Committee 2. ANCY A. ROBEL 33 Greenfield Avenue, Stratford, Conn. l Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design ctivities: Newman Club I: Industrial Design Society l,2,3,4, Treasurer l,2,3: Theta Epsilon l,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4. AROLE H. ROMAN 2l4-32 43rd Ave., Bayside 6I, N. Y. Associate ot' Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies ctivities: Hillel I: Pen and Keys 2. ILLIAM D. ROMEO 6BI Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn 3, N. Y. l I I Bachelor of Science in Industrial Journalism ctivities: Sports Car Club I: Newman Club l,2: Scribe 2,3,4: Marketing Club 3,4: Alpha Delta Omega 3,4: Young Democrats 3,4: Ski Club 3,4: S.A.M. 4. ACHEL L. ROTHCHILD 934 E. 22nd Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bachelor of Arts in French ctivities: French Club l,2,3,4. UZANNE D. ROWAN 3 Hlghvlew Avenue Bachelor ot Science in Nursing ctivities: C.N.R.N.A. 3,4. UDITH K. ROTH 4ll E. 4th St., Mt. Vernon, New York Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education ctivities: Bioloqv Society I,2,3,4. USAN M. ROXENBERG 6l-I5-98th St., Forest Hills, New York Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising ctivities: Phi Delta Rho I. ALLY ANN SAFKO I754 Broadbridge Ave., Stratford, Conn. u . Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education ctivities: Campus Thunder l,2: Young Democrats I: Newman Club I: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,4: Political Relations Forum 2, Treasurer: Student Spirit Committee, Secretary 2: NEA 4: SEA 4: Cheerleader 3,4: CEA 4: Knights of Thunder Fraternity 4. 'ETER A. SANCHEZ RFD 2, Pleasant Alse, Brookfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Medical Studies nctivities: German Club 2,3,4: Biology Society 2,3,4: Circle K 4. INDA R. SARNER 67 Todd Drive, N., Glenhead, New York Associate ot Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies rctivities: Pen and Keys, Social Chairman 2. RANCES R. SAVERINAX 38 Meadow St., Ansonia, Clnn, D Bachelor of Science in Nursing -xctlvitias: CNRNA 3,4, Recording Secretary 3. ETER J. SBROLLINI 240 Willlam Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing -.ctivities: Basketball I: Newman Club l,2,3,4: Sigma Lambda Chi 2,3,4: Marikiting Club 3,4: Economics Club 3: Society for Advancement of Manage- men . .AULA MAE SCHANZER 33 Huntington Drive, Hartford, Conn. Associate ot Science in Dental Hygiene .ctivities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. OSEPH C. SCHATZ Fann Hlll Road, Monroe, Conn. , Bachelor ot Science in Marketing .ctivities: Campus Thunder I: Newman Club I: Scribe 3. MARIAN J. SCHINDLER 680 Ft. Washington Ave., New York, New York Associate ot Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: French Club I: Hillel l. PATRICIA M. SCHIPUL 69 Burnham St., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate ot' Science in General Education Activities: Student Christian Association I: Scribe, Photography Editor 2. HANS WERNER A. SCHLAEG 27 Cleveland Street, Valley Stream, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Soccer I: Baseball I: Track 2,3,4. HARRY F. SCHILB Il80 Midland Avenue, 'BronxvllIe, N. U: Bachelor ot Science in Physical Education Aciyvitiesl Football l,2,3,4: Omega Sigma Rho 2,3,4: Baseball 3: Arnold aio s . ALAN SCHLOSSBERG IOI4 Rutland Rd., Brooklyn l2, New York Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Psychology Society l,2: French Society I: Sigma lota Gamma l,2. LUCY SCHMITKE 9 Concord St., West Hartford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2, President 2: Vice-President ot D. H. Class I: President of D.H. Class 2: Beta Gamma 2. MICHAEL M. SCHRETER 25 Philmore Rd., Newton, Mass. Bachelor ot Science in Accounting Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma I,2,3,4, Pledgemaster 2: Alumni Hall Board of Directors l,2: Scribe 2, Assistant Business Manager: President of Class 3: Student Council Executive Committee 3: Parking Committee 3: Ethics Com- mittee 3: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Committee 3. ILENE C. SCHUMANN 46 Park Place, New Rochelle, New York Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Hillel I: Social Activities Committee 2. DEENA SCHWARTZBERG 982 E. I7 St., Brooklyn 30, New York Bachelor ot Science in Elementary Education Activities: Beta Gamma 3,4: NEA 4: Student Spirit Committee 4. ELLEN D, SCHWERNER 97-07 63rd. St., Rego Park, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education JAMES P. SHANLEY 370 West St., Plantsville, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4: Marketing Club 3,4: Society for the Advancement of Management 4. PATRICIA A. SHANNON Hatch Street, Mystic, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: CEA 2. DORIS MARIE SHINGARA Roosevelt Drive, Oxford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 4. MARGO J. SIEMEN Old Littleton Rd., Harvard, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Beta Gamma 3,4: Young Republicans 3,4: PRF 4: Student Activities Committee 4. SUSAN ADELA SILBERMAN l20 So. Wyoming Ava., South Orange, N. J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I: Social Activities Committee 2: NSA 2,3: French Club 3: NEA 3,4: SEA 3,4. SUSANNE R. SILVERBERG 2l20 Tiebout Ave., Bronx 57, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Arnold Maiors Club l,2: SEA l,2,3. YOLANDA E. SIMKO 348 Mill Hill Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Eastern Orthodox Association l,3, President 3: Chi Sigma Delta 2,3, Corr. Sec. 3: SEA 4: NEA 4. ELIZABETH F. SIMMONS 955 Lakeside Drive, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Arts in English Activities: French Club I: Wistarian 2,3, Copy Editor 2, 3: Literary Society 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3: SEA 2,3: NEA 2,3: CEA 2,3: Dean's List l,2,3: Scholars' Dinner 3. FRANCES D. SIMON 8 Jonathan Lane, Westport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 3,4. SUSAN SMALL ll77 Frocan Court, Hewlett, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I: Phi Delta Rho 3,4,5, Treasurer 3, Corresponding Secretary 4. GORDON SMILOWITZ 2922 Barnes Ave., Bronx 67, New York Bachelor ot' Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 3,4: French Club 3,4: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4. CLARA T. SMITH 9I7 High Street, Fairfield Bachelor of Science in Music Education Activities: Beta Gamma l,2,3,4: Orchestra l,2,3,4: Band l,2,3,4: CMEA l,2,3,4: MENC l,2,3,4, V.P. 3, Pres. 4: Chorus l,2: Deans List l,2,3,4. DAVID S. SMITH 545 Hoyt Street, Darien, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society l,2. ROBERT J. SMITH 2445 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society l,2,3: ASME Club 4. MARGARET E. SNOW 45 Elmhurst Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. ROBERT S. SOBOLEWSKI 356 Mapledale Place, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Marketing Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4, Pledgemaster 4: Wistarian 4: P.R.F. 4: CISL 4. ELAINE F, SOLTIS 373 Marlboroug Terrace, Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2. LYNNORE B. SOMMER B5 Old Mill Rd., Great Neck, New York Associate ot Arts in Fashion Merchandising SUZANNE C. SONTRA 28 Possum Lane, Rowayton, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: ADHA l,2. ANNETTE SPAKOWSKY 250 Wakelee Ave., Ansonia, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon l,2: Am. Dental Hygiensts Ass., l,2. STEPHEN STANEK 36 Myrtle Ave., Box 92, Hebron, Conn. Activities: Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Baseball I: Tennis 3: Track 3: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4. 239 MARTIN E. STAUFFER I08 Boswell St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Spanish Club I1 Hillel I,2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, V.P. 41 Campus Thunder 3,41 Beta Alpha 3,4. ROBERT STEIN II75 Brooklawn Ave., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Soccer I: Sigma Lambda Chi 2,3,41 Beta Alpha 4. JOAN STEINBERG 353 E. 59th. St., Brooklyn 3, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Social Activities Committee 21 CEA 2,31 SEA 2,31 NEA 3. IRVING N. STEINER 35 Forest Parke Ave., Larchmont, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Engineering Society 21 AIEEIIRE 3,4, Treasurer 3. SARI STEINHOLTZ 32 Ven Ness Court, Maplewood, New Jersey Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel I1 Phi Omicron Upsilon I,2, Social Chairman 2. PATRICIA A. STIRIZ Lake Drive, Patchogue, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: NEA 41 SEA 41 CEA 4. WILLIAM D. STOESSEL r RFD No. 2, Monroe, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: YAF 4. JOHN STOFFAN IUO-Hale Terrace, Bridgeport, Conn. - Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Society for Advancement of Management 2,3,4. EILEEN M. STONE 580 Weetamoe St., Fall River, Mass. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club 2. V PAMELA C. STRAUB IOO Fairview Ave., Bausman, Penne. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Phi Alpha Kappa I1 Theta Epsilon I,2: Bridgettes 2. LYNN R. STRAUSS 386 Taft Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys I,21 Hillel I,21 Campus Thunder Publicity 2. ELAINE G. SUCCURTO 36 Brian Drive, Trumbull, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club l1 French Club 21 NEA 3,41 SEA 3,41 CEA 3,41 Scribe 3. ARLENE SUSSER I43I Peninsula -Blvd., Hewlett, N. Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel I1 Biology Society I1 Wistarian I1 WAA I1 Social Activities Comm. 21 Campus Thunder 3,42 Phi Delta Rho 3,41 SEA 3,4. WILLIAM H. TAFT IBO Roger Drive, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: French Club 21 YAF 4. STUART F. TERRILL, JR. Longmeadow Hltl Road, Brookfield Center, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4. SAMUEL J. TESTA I89 Ely Avenue, South Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science- in Physical Education Activities: Football I1 Baseball I,2,3,41 Siqma Phi Alpha Fraternity 2,3,4. SHERILL A. TESTO 255 Hillcrest Road, Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies EUSTACE A. THOMAS Barbados, British West Indies Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Medical Studies Activities: Circle K 2,3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 41 Biology Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 31 French Club 41 International Club 41 Physical Science Club 4. WILLIAM W. THOMPSON lI54 Gypsy Lane East, Towson, Maryland Bachelor of Science in Marketing 1 Activities: Marketing Club 4. JANET A. TOLL I30I West State Street, Trenton, N.J. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Agtivities: Women's Athletic Association I1 Hillel I,2: Student Spirit Committee STEPHANIE R. TOMASKO 65 Westmere Street, Bridgeport, Conn. . I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Newman Club I,2,31 Chi Sigma Delta 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,41 IFC 2,31 Beta Alpha 3,41 Student Council 4. BARBARA C. TORCELLINI 240 North Salem Road, Ridgefield, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Newman Club I,21 Pdn and Keys I,21 Dean's List. MARK A. TRAGER 233 Plains Road, Milford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Activities: Ski Club 21 Sigma Iota Gamma 2,31 industrial Design Society 2,31 Debating Society 41 Freshman Week Committee 4. MARILYN P. TREW Route 4, Monroe, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: A Cappella Choir I,2,31 Psychology Society I,4, President 41 Theta Epsilon I1 SEA 31 Student Christian Association 3. BARBARA L. TURNDORF 463 East 37th Street, Paterson, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 41 NEA 41 CEA 4. ALEXANDER L. TURNER l32 Long Sands Road, York, Malne Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Upsilon Beta Sigma 2,3,4. JUDITH Z. ULLIAN 65 Westgate Road, Newton Centre, Mass. - Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: French Club I1 Hillel I1 Phi Delta Rho 2,3,4, Vice-President 41 Psy- chology Society 3,4. Ekoi. VAN HISE 325 oronaqua Road, Milford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,4. , ' JEAN VARALJAY SIS Melville Avenue, Falrfield, Conn. , Bachelor of Arts in English H Activities: Dean's List I,2,3,41 Wistarian 31 Chi Zeta Rho Sorority 3, Recording Secretary 41 Literary Society 31 Pi Delta Epsilon 3. MILDRED A. VARHOLAK 27I Ridgefield Avenue Bachelor'of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Biology Club l,2,3,4, Recdrdin Secs Chess Club 34' Student E u- Q . . Cl cation Association 3,41 Connecticut Education Association 3,4I THOMAS T. VAVREK Wekenor Road, Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Economics Club 3,4. 240 THEONI P. VELLI I Halcocondlll Street, Athens, Greece Bachelor of Arts in Sociology . Activities: German Club, Secretary 3, Vice President 41 Sociology Colloquim 3,41 Historian of Sociology Honorary Society 4. PETER VERCESSI I525 Mamaroneck Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma I,2,3,41 Newman Club I,2,3,41 Beta Alpha l,2,3,41 Society tor Advancement of Management I,2,3,4. MARIO J. VERDE 27 Benson Street, West Haverstran, N.Y. Bachelor ot Science in Secondary Education Activities: Newman Club I,21 Ski Club 21 Alpha Delta Omega 2,3,4, SBCTBTBVYQ Inter-Fraternity Council 31 Historial Society 41 Student Education Association. ARLENE A. VISPONI 98 Jessie Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2. ROBERT J. WARDMAN l500 Broadbrldge Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society I1 Institute of Radio Engineers 31 Student Cogn- cil 41 ASME Club 4. JOYCE E. WARICHAR I00 Sentinel Hill, Derby, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Milestone Chairman 41 College of Nursing Registered Nursing As- sociation 3,4. KATHLEEN WASCO H50 Nichols Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club I1 Chi Zeta Rho Sorority 2,3, Pledgemaster 4, Social Chairman: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,41 Student Education Association 4. STEPHEN B. WATERS 2830 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Football I1 Men's Senate 2,31 Wistarian 2,3,41 Scribe 3: Student Council 31 Arnold Maiors Club 4. DONNA E. WATKINS R.F.D., South Windham, Maine Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Women's Senate 21 Phi Omicron Upsilon Sorority 21 Beta Gamma Sorority 21 American Dental Hygienist Association. LILY J. WEBB 546 Palmetto Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Business Education Activities: Aristeia 3,41 Student Education Association. MICHAEL H. WECHTER Toddy Hill Road, Sandy Hook, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics IRA WEINSTEIN BI Vaughn Avenue, New Rochelle, N.Y. Bachelor of At ' P h I r s in syc o ogy Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma Fraternity 3,41 Psychology Society 3,4. ALAN D. WEISBERG 28 Bayview Avenue, Great Neck, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Campus Thunder 21 Men's Senate 21 Sigma Iota Gamma 2,3,4. ANNE WERBA 555 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Women's House Government 31 Beta Gamma Sorority 3, Pledge- master 41 Dean's List 2,3. NANCY WERWIN 3I Blrch Street, Lordship, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Acttivities: Pen and Keys l,21 Chi Sigma Delta 2. WILLIAM D. WHIPPLE Maplewood Drive, Cos Cob, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Alpha Delta Omega Fraternity 3,41 Inter Fraternity Council Repre- sentative 41 Marketin gCIub 41 Society for Advancement of Management 4. GEORGE A. WINES 2I2 Olive Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club 21 Spanish Club 21 Student Education Association 34. ROBERT C. WINN 6 Oakshade Avenue, Darien, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Marching Band l,2,3,4, Vice President1 Concert Band l,2,3,4, Vice President: Spanish Club l,2,3,41 Orchestra I,2,3,41 Sociology Colloqium 3,4. JUDITH B. WISEMAN 65 Old Orchard Road, New Rochelle, N.Y. Associate of Science in Accounting Activities: Connecticut Education Association 2. MARIS R. WOLF I3I Madison Terrace, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Psychology Club I,21 National Education Association I,2, Treasurer 3, Program Chairman 41 Hillel l,21 Literary Society 4. ROBERT F. WOLFE 460 Ridgeview Road, Orange, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Student Council I1 Vice President of Freshman Class: Board of Di- rectors of Alumni Hall I,2, Treasurer 31 Theta Sigma Fraternity l,2,3,4, Pledge- master 41 Political Relations Forum l,2,3,41 Board of Governors 21 Freshman Week Committee l,2,3,41 American Society of Mechanical Engineering 4. EDWARD G. WOLPIN II66 Grancourse, Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 21 Institute of Radio Engineers 31 American Rocket Society 31 American Institute of Electrical Engineers 4. CLAIRE YADLOVKER 200 Kimball Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. Associate of Science in Pre-Medical Technique Activities: Pen and Keys 21 Spanish Club 2. MARILYN YOUNG 840 New York Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. , Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association l,2,41 Hillel I. JACOUELINE ZARYCKI 236 Ocean Avenue, West Haven, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon Sorority l,2. RICHARD ZAVON 2748 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in French Activities: German Club l,2,3,4, President 21 French Club I,2,3,4, President 41 Band I,2, President 2. ROBERT ZELINKA , I07 Station Road, Great Neck, N.Y. Bachelor ot Science in Marketing Actlvities: Sigma Iota Gamma Fraternity 3,41 Golf Team 3,4. Captain. KATHERINE ZOTOS 49 Garfield Avenue, Danbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing - Activities: Psychology Club I1 Eastern Orthodox Club 2, Vice Fresident1 Chi Sigma Delta 3,41 Marketing Club 3, Recording Sec. WALTER I. ZUCKERMAN 56 Everett Street, Bridgeport, Conn. 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