University of Bridgeport - Wistarian Yearbook (Bridgeport, CT)

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VV V VV5V,:V,.,....., V M-.4-4VW..,W,,,,i,MVgiiw-ww M4 VV wwf, ww VVVVVVi,g" .,, W, i.. , 'N V . VVV' W ' -3-'-M 'J--"" Zi6i54fr,l'W'- .431 ' ' yt! '. "WW s' ,L ww-W3 " fW'4""' '- . , "' ' , , -f L' 4 N4 WP 'lQL.1fs-.d4g4-4-fw.Qu5gT"..-w.f- ?'W..ff.f.f'f - 'N' A ,, mf 'fl .':JU,4f1' M. 1 . ' -'75 ' - A..,o-- " 'P' ' " W VV ,.,.- -4'-Av--,-' .Li .V ' I ' V 1 "'4 ' ,m - 4 ' ' .g,g:f A V 0, ,, , , v - 4 L, ' V -- . - -. ,, 5 4 :,.:1?V V, V ELEANOR NAYLOR AN H I TARIAN 1963 STAFF Editor-in-Chief RObC1't A. Resta Exgguti-gg Editgfr Elizabeth F. Resta Buginggg Managgr ROI1a1d Kl'1iCkCI'bOCkC1' Copy Editor Patricia Muratori Mmm if K. W 525-Qsfsmf i 5? 5,2513 ? S E H M ,Q g .f K M1332 F B55 1 ,v ? L E -fu ww A x www W-. .mf . ...ww- ml.,-W. W,-,.M.., -.nm-sm ...M .-.M -ww-K -mmm. .un 0 v x-my mn-een fume-nf., img -anno'-Lf W wiikwf W N .,, N ,. l'f5E"mP:M Tl-IE UNIVERSITY 1927-1963 The University of Bridgeport was still rather a nebulous concept in 1926. However, through the efforts of E. Everett Cortright, his fellow Rotarians, and members of the community, the co-educational, non-sec- tarian, independent institution of higher learning known as the Junior College of Connecticut was established in 1927. Growth and progress have been key words in the life of this in- stitution. In 1947 the University of Bridgeport received its charter and its academic units soon included the Colleges of Arts and Science, Busi- ness Administration, Engineering, and Nursing, as well as the junior Col- lege of Connecticut and the Evening Division. Further expansion took place when Weylister School, Fones School, and Arnold College were incorporated into the University. While the University of Bridgeport has experienced phenomenal growth, both physically and academically, it yet has kept to the goal ex- pressed by Chancellor Halsey: "The University of Bridgeport will become only as large as it can be good, as good as its resources can properly man- age, as large and as good as its supporters will assist it to become." New CLASS Room BUILDING i r I .xx 1 A N lil r W ACADEMIC GROWTH University administrators have set as their goal the emergence of the University of Bridgeport as one of the finest urban universities in the nation. Substantial progress continues to be made in this direction. Significant academic and cultural achievements which have taken place include: development of an outstanding faculty that has the largest number of doctorates and terminal degrees in the history of the Uni- versityg greater participation in research and publication on the part of the faculty than ever beforeg establishment of an irradiation laboratory under a grant from the Atomic Energy Commissiong development of a Computer Centerg creation of a Human Relations Centerg and an In- ternational Center. College Entrance Board examinations are now required of all appli- cantsg Dean's List requirements have been raised and an Honors Program establishedg Arts and Science seniors score better than the national aver- age in College Boards and more than sixty percent of the graduates go on for advanced degreesg Master's degree programs are offered in the College of Education and College of Business Administration with the College of Engineering soon to follow. Prominent individuals are regularly brought to campus in the annual Convocation series, highlighted by the Frank Jacoby Brotherhood lecture and the Foreign Film Festival. Concerts, recitals and lectures are also open to the public as well as the student body. mm 5 W 5-iii? 5 ig' vi uf ,X sf.. E O mg m mu 57532 E , ,lg , nw ww- K Wqeigu L " 1a:,,4 ,f5,,Qsa.fmf N s 7 ' 11 A - 1 as , V sw ,we , --... in f 49- X . Q, , ,ffm Q5 Q is . .4 , , A J M M- ,Jak r V' w 1 :M ,-4 . ,,,.,,, A, .'..:,4 N' K-:Aff 1 :Q ,Q " H ?"' ' L mfs 2?Zf1'Kxwa 3 V 5 5 E 1 C A 4 ' ' ,., VW-.figs H - N, 1. 4- - lfhlf fwhwf 1 fn. ,, ',f 'SY t,.,Am 1.14 i .K M. .- -Q V N. li E FACILITIES In 1927, the then junior College was housed in one structure on Fairfield Avenue. From this somewhat in- auspicious beginning has grown a University housed in more than fifty buildings on approximately sixty acres of land with a total valuation in excess of I15l7,000,000. The University is now located in a residential area adjacent to municipal Seaside Park and Long Island Sound. Potentially the campus is one of the most beauti- ful in the entire nation. Construction of new facilities is continuing at a rate of approximately 5-2,000,000 per year. Scheduled for completion in September, 1963 is YVarner Hall, an eight- story 151,900,000 residence hall for 400 Women. Com- pletion of a three-story classroom building for the Col- lege of Business Administration with an adjacent Book- store is scheduled for completion in the summer of 1964. An eight-story residence hall for men will be com- pleted in 1965. Future planning also includes a Fine Arts Center, Administration building, Chapel, faculty housing, ad- ditional classroom and residence hall facilities, audi- torium, Faculty club and Field House and Athletic Center. . r W M as margin MEM iz :S ' Ji ri as ri I-is Wfsrfi W NZM: ff M.w Nui ii, KSQWS CDLLEGE imnm STUDE T LIFE College must offer more than the pure academic life to produce a Well rounded social being. In order to broaden the student's cultural, social and leadership experiences participation in a broad and diverse student activities pro- gram is encouraged. Organizations and activities range from student govern- ing bodies to fraternities and sororities, service groups, aca- demic and professional clubs, theatrical, musical, literary and religious organizations, and athletic and hobby clubs. 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We K .3 M if-1 KMZWT Q E M H H-BE ,M MW 'L T ENE? qw nv, ignm mn Sim QECEWW 5 M W-gg wg lm f.-.M ya mn m wax? m nm M .aw was using gag wx um H-EV mm -nf svn? .1 U Mx 555. wgw w mu 1 M ME mx E2 ai mm, M wa 525,55 H ul -w wg ATHLETICS Fourteen teams represent the University on an inter-collegiate level in varsity and freshman football, soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf, and track and field. University teams are rapidly emerging into prominence on the national scene with the future bright indeed. The soccer squad is regarded as one of the best in the nation. The baseball squad this season narrowly missed selection to the re- gional NCAA tourney. The gridders posted a winning season, basketball again appears to be on the upswing, with the golf squad always one of the best in the East and track and field de- veloping into a fine winning aggregation. Opponents in one sport or another include such outstanding colleges as Yale, Boston Uni- versity, U. S. Merchant Marine Academy, U. S. Coast Guard, St. John's, The University of Con- necticut, Springfield College, and many other fine institutions of higher learning. 13 s ,X k '-'D .-an eg? ' K we ,QV H ,1 U -. . g, .1 1' w ,wfghm -- 5 1 v , I e wk 4 S. --RAL H. ,- xx ' 1 - - .M X ' -, . , - , V . E , - A - A 'Y . '51, Az 5 ,ix 7 ,. L X M 0 'W 7 . 'X .-M Q 'v ,W w.,,...m, ,Hn Wm , ASX .wh f . N, Mi' 6 X- .Q kaxjfff ,.- 751, QU fx KJ: A , I ,M .. fig. Ylvvkg 43 '-r i We 1:5 .U 1- N Q:--W.:-JJ, I , . ,U -,J M ii K ., r ml' x "X f. 1 I 1 H T I 'Q , ' . W . 'U 7 ' X ju PJ. i 911 if x W , W. r N rW"W"'r' QM -Q I'L,-ff-fgl,'-f".inf' A . W :LL L-lx-nl . . .M . , xx ,Q1i41f'-iwfizw Qxifq " 'Q . 1 1 I --g:f::,ef.' .-el"-fwzffv-'W'r"ff'T?fJ-2 5 -- ,. " f f.',:,y'l7'.Qp-:N iv V bl' Q' ' L ' 2.1upf" , - "7 " f, --1. V "Lg A-4' .,,,,,x q I 1 n f- :- 4 an w gm w 3, ,S 'w fav -1 'AW . 4 ,,, ' . Ae i . . W, 'J 'x THE YEARS AHEAD A constant striving for quality and excellence in all phases of the academic program will keynote the development of the University of Bridgeport in the next decade. Improved salary schedules are expected to continue and broaden the present high standard of teaching. New and better facilities will enhance the learning situation for the student body. Funds from the ten-year, 51517 ,500,000 development and expansion program now in progress at the University will be used to increase faculty salaries, enrich the academic program, provide additional scholarships for worthy students, extend the program of student ac- tivities and expand the physical plant. The future holds great develop- ment in store for the University, together with a challenge to meet and cope with the ever-expanding needs of a society in search of a sound education. 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The high standards demanded by Dr. Ropp, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, in the quality of work performed by students has been credited by many University officials as a major factor in the development of the young University as an outstanding institution of higher learning. To Dr. Clarence D. L. Ropp, a man with exceptional generosity, clarity of judgment, devotion to high principles and the courage to defend them, we dedicate this "Wistarian", with gratitude for the support and dedication with which he has served the University of Bridgeport for thirty- six years. DEDICATION JAMES HERRON HALSEY A.M., LL.D. Chancellor i 'f f M QQTZXKQEF WM :W".SZ 'Qin' E -.Regs . Md. .E ,A . , up M msgmiisssm gsiggw B 4 mam' MM KZEEQWHETSSZ N wviinw 'X mx' mm M wg M H M- M? L,-Af if .vim gg? amine jig Q-STN .Q 5 2 g'S.QmeQ, 1-ri. fagjMHaiWi5mf'W WQXQQ ffm wagging-Q: mm-ss sigma Q E nm-EQ-fx mi , - -M, H M 154 E E ms Egg wif is ,mmm PT- ' H " X - fs? .S-E - E ss a ms -Q H 5 T a H E M N, X E E mm HENRY WILSON LITTLEFIELD ALBERT E. DIEM Ph.D. B.A. President Vice President 'BJP' -33.-..:-9 DEANS Clarence D. L. Ro-pp. Pl1.D. Dean, College of Arfs and Science Eaion V. W. Read. Pl1.D. Dean, College of Business Adminislralion Arihur E. Trippensee, Ph.D. Dean. College of Educafion Earle Milion Bigsbee. M.S. Dean. Junior College of Conneciicui Willard Paul Berggren, PHD. Dean, College of Engineering Donald W. Kern, Ed.D. Dean, Admissions and Regisfrar Marlha Prosser Jayne. MA. Dean, College of Nursing Alfred R. Wolif, Ed.D. Deen. Sfudeni' Persc nnel Hg w MH . ZBEQ -.. ,fi 55 .. xl if 4 Z is F S ii: f ,, ' if Lam? ws,-M E f tSl: i I r i f K ' 5' - is 4: x , lim H 221 QQ gl, A7 5 5 1,53 W 2 M T' W, 9523.01 U 1 K ,3'f? '. P 1. g . 1 . if Q ai. 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Direcior of Siudeni' Acfiviiies Marion J. Hoichlciss Direcior, Siudeni' Cenier and Social Aciiviiies jf .,""".F .ffl ,ff ,-,nf ,.-f ,,,.,...""""',r ACULTY NNN 'T-. 4' FOI I FFF OF ARTS Charles F. Spilfolr Jr Professor Cornelia J. Munroe Mlchael E Somers lnsrrucfor Assnsfanf Professor 9 ,-5:3355 T uisk? A e"mfS.1giwf:: 5 rs iiffe ,E 4 A M A ,. L. ..,. - . r ifle 4 .j, ea r' N f ee - .,., H Qs he , N :! :- SE -"': gag , gf 2+ ' ---- i s -V-.":a" :.:A Hugo A. James Assisfani' Professor CHEMISTRY sr K 'F ?' 291 M w 1? . . '55- . -vV-- e , f ' W rex as Q 35 Clarence D. L. Ropp George L. Davis Mariorie L. Deels Sluarl A. Mayper Chairman. Professor lnsrruclor Assisfam' Professor Associafe Professor Harry L. Wechfer Assisfanf Professor GLISH Charles B. Goulding William S. Banks Lois While Billinger Evelyn Casey Chairman. Professor Assisfanl' Professor lnsfrucfor lns'l'ruc'I'or E GLISH Rose M. Davis Associafe Professor M. M. Fiinf Insrrucfor Milfon Millhauser Associaie Professor Richard C. Doenges Assisranf Professor Charles Juan Jacobs Associaie Professor Henry B. Richardson If E' '25 MX, 3' QS YY 7 'O , gssrgymisis Professor 'I 5 Ei is . '1 sf 2 ,s . Q , r f K ' :-rs E25 r, ez 1 is an rx.. ,. sf. f -P ri: 1 4 11261 - Z-B as: -. V 'El ,1- A is 'i iiiifir ,K 4 W E E ' 'W ' , Norman M. Reid Assisiani' Professor Arthur R. M. Salverson Vicfor C. Swain Insfrucfor Assisfanr Professor I sa FOREIG LANGUAGES 12: ngs:-. L "'fN-21" .::: .nu- :afm se ,, ' Z E , M X ,Q 4'-. 21 gh, ,JP Rf e M Z W me E g 2.25 A .X , Y x :ree John A. Rassias Emilio Clocchialrli Eric Marcus Jacqueline Skubly Chairmen. Associafe professor Assisfanf Professor Professor lnsfrucfor HISTCDRY We ,X r X Q 11 5 5 -:,. .,2:. , f Sf: HW - , -:f-V-I fs 1 5 sf P '. - " 'W ' .. "..::-: ,::: -:- - E ' E A- - r -, 457555145 -W Q V . mwmiif x M sn, W .1 ,g 3' 1:1 ef :L li -I qw -. x V . .AQ Vw 1, A , - -. 'T--rf mes: '1 ' ,,- f "Vis u" ,' L 5. . 4 A 1 '.3ZsE2i.l-:elf':'I' ,, ' ?f55f. 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Mr ,xl "lifes: ., Jusfus M. van der Kroef Co-ordinafor, Associafe William Garner Sol L. Freigenbaum Hassan F. ZandY Professor Chairman, Professor Assisfanf Professor Associafe Professor 30 mn s ses -,fi ,mmm B '--52515 I gg.: 6 ::. 5: . .. SOCIGLOGY AN POLITICAL SCIENCE i Si S8 I Ex U Qi ' X! Szfa k"v ' : si -4 E of f ' .I and , HQ Q E is 1 W I I B H I V Z 5 3 S K H , g M I Y H H S8 I W f!:::,.. '5I:I.I' 'ii I ii 2: sf: .:. .:. sz.: as -. - me- E 2 K.. E Q an B 5, W E V . ms misss am .ms mn is annum . 3 m .Hang :., . E mnwm W .. , mis, William D'eSiero Assisranf Professor OI I ECE OE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIC wma W5 EEN X-mgaimgi Q mqsmwg mn mn hi, as.: Q E is a -f ' Q is 5 is . -:-:-: E v as W ss M H K M f H Q . -I 'ITC a 1 5 -I ' ,' .:.:.f.s- -- A vi: " Q., H I H H H H H 'mis , .. . M :-: -:-:- ..... ' is .Y ..:. ? . zzz H :5E:.,.: 555 E :Ez I -:- Q 5 - ..,. - H I H , B8 m ' Jr sf 236 Ching Chi Chang Assisfani' Professor ECONOMICS Charles S. Srokes Ralph E. Burgess James Fenner Dana Professor Insfrucfor Assisfanf Professor v Ralph Yakel Jr. Assisfani Professor GENERAL BUSINESS A D MARKETI G Eafon vanWer+ Read Charles Frederick Pefefiean Edward Roberr Asfarifa John L. Kraushaar William H. Chairman of Markefing, Chairman of General Assisfanl' Professor Assisranf Professor Assisfani Professor Professor Business, Professor INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Chair COI ,I ,ECE OE EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION TEACHER PREPARATION Carlyle Goodrich Hoyf Chairman. Professor lnsfrucfor Assisfanf Professor ELEME TARY EDUCATIO ga me -sa 1 f ' . .. ' M 3:3 as -if if J- A- ff: Q ,Q fig-saws :5. . :::-,- sw ,. ,g:-- 1 . F" 5 - rf, Z . A ' 215 .: :.: x xx 2 :::g'5'-1.-:-:-ky, E H n F :rx B H img! y FEL: 5. nw, ea, , as K, W ,, 335 Owen Gaer Joseph Crescimbeni Mariorie R. Hansen Roberf Kranyik Chairman. Associafe Professor Assisfanf Professor Assisfanf Professor Assisfanf Professor EDUCATIO FOU DATIONS Wm 'HHH sw H aaa" -ax 3173? Q-rf sm a :ss mmm maxim N as Lorin McMackin Abraham Knepler ' Chairman, Assisfanf Professor Associafe Professor 1 M WW aE"'mrLsg,,Q E . aa E E me 2 gn K Raymond J. Mammarella William R. McKenzie Paul Nyberg Assisfanf Professor Professor Assisianf Professor 34 EDUCATIO new .pimms WHS 8 T swam 'mmf il as 5 iz r s ss s sn v 1 R. Daniel Chubbuclc Chairman, Dana Professor Lydia A. Duggins Professor 3 555.322 aim ,M . ,.,. ..,.,., H sf: .... , if -.- E - R , E s f ,gs we -5:5 1-Q n , -g M ff? , ' p.r..3S'w1,-H , :.V-2:2 " .. -.: .1 ful? 2 H R --.f..., , .oar ' if ' V 4551... .2 1: img., f ' . Ss 'rg -- fi ,. ' f 122255.':'.1-.-E-21"iIiIiI" 3I5:.4?fg-:- Edward Byerly Chairman, Associafe Professor John E. MacCormack Assisfanf Professor AL SERVICES -...Z fxfh- , Q-I ' TF' PYF5-'ffs E15 'Q J .sums - .A . Wlsvs. A . .,::. 1.-sl, John Case Besson Assisfanf Professor s m 7lm rs' Allan C. Erickson Associafe Professor Harold Da rf Assisfenf Professor . , f .. .wx Egg E may C 5 on .. S ... . Q QE.. W. Earl Sauerwein Assisfanf Professor William C. Beucler Assisfanf Professor David M. Silversfone Associafe Professor MUSIC -:g . 4 ..,...,.. .gg-1 -'1- .5155--:--.--.-u,:,::-q:r. ,ff g::,:1a::- I. ., ..... ,. RX :4:-:-:-:-:-:+:-:-:.:-:...-hrfw. :-:- -:-:- ..., -,..,,...,.,,?N..,, .1 , S -:+:-:'!-I- " 'V Cf :5 151-75: . 'fz1:Ha2a22:.:2:. ffxfzi ,. . .s.,..,,..,,,Q , , ,.,,.,g.1..gi-.sgs5sg13s:s:1-' ' ' +- ..s. A:-wang-.5-...H 4 r f sg 4 -4 f' rv if ? if 2 'V om 9 . 31525525 123: ' --S' Q ..... 1 ...........,.......,. .,.,.,. ... ,,,. ....... . . . .J ,, I sf' 4 f s N A was ,ig Y z , xxx . .f S 4, I og-J .o ofn xx 4 Wg., "N" , ':E 'I.:fish-"I:f.':2":1-f:.:a-:.:f ' .. - -V - - E15E:E'ffE:3E5E'E5:.., .1 -1 gi ., ..,,, Q ,........ ...... .,,,, ':..f1.1.-.1.gf3.' 3 E5Ei1?35E5fE5fE5i5i :zamzfw-'-' , 9 ,,..... ,-.-,,... 1 ,.,2f,,:...,:..,:,: 1.13.55 4 Roberf Vehar Raymond W. Sfewarf Insfrucfor lnsfrucfor PSYCHOLCDGY nun Pri iam E E E " 2 E ms E -s s N sngwjs H sw ss, E E so may E X S John R. Braun Chairman, Associaie Professor READI LABORATORY W EH BEE MM H me M new Elsie EvereH lnsfrucfor e ss e M H E ifiis' sms wg r W may we 1 H H Q sf ep K-rigs X dim B ' B sw we nm e B 'HE we E s- me Hmm me .egress W ee Bam mmf emu E . :Ziggy 5:1 2-few was Roberf S. Beecrofr Rkhdfd H- Ehmer Assisra ni' Professor Associafe Professor M ' ' qsiegfsly . Y . '? ENSEMZSH 5'3" B K gms? Exiimwfs , e -Siem e xn- EEAIE H ages ss Anfhony M. Graziano lnsrrucior swiss sm mamma H Us gamma sim? swim ss E Q e Wwfwan mama BBB EK misuse ms HB E E BEE me ss .M we W NE E M me ei? E em e Lydia A. Duggins Direcfor of Reading Services, Professor newsf- ms new We E ERIE musing may assume mnamx-S mama ummm SEEK mem an -SQ: mama Joseph Lukiw lnsfrucfor Paul A. Lane Associafe Professor amnesia em ss--s mg e ss KWH-nM EE na-if xml mm e. sa me B e ss ii? mee me new mee me mee mm ss ss Waimea: mamma mee ss-AE John Case Besson Assisfanf Professor ,Q i James Seuch Insfrucfor mx 1: ,- M x as AR QI D CGI ,i ,EGF DIVISIO David A. Field Direcfor, Professor Philip Leibroclc insfrucior Roberi G. Dispirifo Walier Kondrafovich Assisfanf Professor Assisfani Professor 5 , Q. ..! - :Ii X. B E Q NW T-' if, v L i ,L 1 W5 W V s ., 8 55 Hs- -B.: I M" . . H-HTQZS 1 Qmxgl 2 was H i mrs H , , , Maiihew G. Maeiozo. Jr. Nina Maiinak Assisfani Professor lnsirucfor ?!s--1 f' fi 2 sa.: 'aaa ' Z 88 '55"+fiIi"5' ,G SR ', 7 -. 5,1 lr ,J Ibis, 5 is ms- Q P3 T51 i- 5 f IFQQSWV may .X A gg :.- - Francis W. Poisson George Taif lnsirucfor lnsirucior Virqinia Woofen Insi'ruc+or COI.I.1+lGH O14 E GI EERI ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING V I., .5 I . ..,, ?4f P , ' , Q. QQii wg mr fy fi gs' . In I. , It , . Andrew I. Peferson Arfan D. Ahuia Leslie V. Bird Chairman, Professor Assisfani' Professor Assisfanf Professor Mafhias HeHinger Assisfanf Professor E GI EERING GRAPHICS -:Ui vs-if 1 ..., z X. .. ,, ,lg ' 'TE fi' ' N ., IJ 'N .3393 M , -I - - f ..,,. fi!-.!.i..:'-J'-Yr ' f . . J ' fs' . Jiri va :rr " f AA'-.-E-I-EIS. :.. 4? - 1 7?2"5ilWR 5 f . 'as-ff Richard J. Wang Assisfanf Professor John O. Page Assisfanr lnsfrucfor I Colin G. MacFarquhar Assisfam' Professor Raymoryd W. Pefrie Chairman, Associafe Professor ,Ewa R ' wel E F Roberi Edward Redmenn Wilfred W- Tf9SS'Sf Chairman, Professor lf1S'frUC'f0I' MANUFACTURI G E GI EERI G Roger B. Dowdell Chairman. Associare Professor ef? .A . M A - 'A G Qvfsefg ' , . ss ju'-1 .1 K' 5,112 f s -g 1' , s Q W ' rm 5 W Q 1 1 1 I if ggi QE 1' , . yu 'N. . 5345, buf fx Pefer C. L. Van Bueren Associare Professor MECI-IA ICAL E GINEERI G Roger B. Dowdell Chairman, Associafe Professor SY'-M fbrzl f . , " . fix 3.3 iff '.255.sQf .' "" ? ,I P I ' 15. I 11,3 sg , f F i' M 3 g .A,. quv. Charles A. R. Anderson Assisrani' Professor Abraham B. Asch George P. Bofosan? Associaie Professor Associafe Professor Frederick W. Deus, Preben W. Jensen In-Meei Neou Irving H. Prageman Assisfarw professor. Assisfanf Professor Professor Professor THE JU QR CGI ,IRGF1 GF CQNNECTICUT 56:2 rw- ' - fs: ggi, ,xl . .,-.... W N T W ' Q' , a 'fa w , 4:3 . 2 736 James O. Jackson Chairman, Associafe Professor 2 -'f ---- :- ,Ii S8 l r sg -v. J? 'xi I ii 1 5 .5 Auqusr Madrigal Assistanf Professor Xi- J, W? -w .: -7-fl: .S N ' 'LEE' v-:'.,::' X s 5 , ff f E 3, 555 ,mf he-, fr Q 5' 2 Q5 L- NA-3 ., ...IC gg 1- 12: ' I A S8 ' H B J PA sf B 5 35 ' . rx.. , 4 3 T 1 H 5. s 'G were John Day Assisfanf hofessor Pefer Schier Insfrucfor ART DEPARTMENT Jenneife Lam Erleen A Lord Assisfani' Professor ASSOCIB+6 Professor -.,:e,,:, - ,ss 55 KK-gs 2 1 'Y .Q , .-: ,414 s -+959 0 XE 'f Z :.: S: MH 2 QSXQN rf, , ,J .:., :.Js s Pgff ' ' MQ, K 4,5 --... .,.:, . :KS ' I E4 gl , x U M , f f Begg , E an me t A QE was , 5 E 15" 5 .S Q v G 'EF A X ,W ,if Q2 75, z, ,-.r,,.. .J M . 5. E. Tut.: , r-'xiii E R M a -.5 Q H Charles D. Weber Associafe Professor . .. fe' N ' fe' 53534 '3' . W :.:,.:, :ug ' L si DRAMATICS EASI-I1 N ERCHANDISING Alberr A. Dickason Hasel Ken? Chairman. Assislanr Professor Co-ordinalor, Assislanf Professor NES SCI-IOGL CDE DE TAL I-IYG IE ' 1 1 , 'ff 55' ' , . I :Ms 'Q if Q va, f Q Roberi' H. W. Sfrang Frances F. Dolan Jocelyne D. Roman Direc+or, Professor Associaie Professor lnsfruclor EOGD SERVICE , A . - vfyfngg ,b ' ' i. -Z! 'V L, 46 ,ref .- . H x Ha ,631 Q Isabelle M. Koehler Associare Professor WEYLISTER SCI-IDOL Marie L. Jaeger Diredor, Professor Joan C. Carlson AllC9 Marci lnsfrucfor lnsl'ruc+or Jeanne W. Por-fer lnsfrucfor Mary Shook lnsfrucfor FOI I EGP OF A. Kafharine Lyman Educafional Co-ordinafor and Direcfor of 'Hrle Basic Sfudeni' Proqram, Associafe Professor URSIN Anna T. Osfopchuk Direcfor of fhe Regisfered Nurse Sfudenf Program, Assisfanf Professor MATERIAL A D CHILD HEALTH n ip .W ,Q Y h ,is ' MNH sFr5 , - f X V . Alfreda A. Burblis Chairman, Assis+an+ Professor URSING Madeiine F. Krok Assisfani' lnsirucior H K rw W um mt ms ME TAL HEALTH PSYCHIATRIC URSIN UTRITIO PUBLIC HEALTH URSIN Grace K Eckelberry Chalrman Associare Professor Associafe Professor lnsfrucfor ms 351 sr mr das r i L Km!- H ' 55 "HGH ' Wg mr . ri. .gixf XIII: -naw may-win ss mx mam H H M M W M .N H? H 'ss is ii :mm Q Q QMS ws uf z belle M. Koehler sociafe Professor as ss ss mam mu MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OE 1963 by President Henry W. Littlefield at Commencement Ceremonies june 2, 1963 On behalf of all of the Trustees, Faculty, Administrators, and Staff I extend to you graduates our congratulations on your achieving this most significant accomplishment. Special commendation goes to the forty-two students who are graduating with special recognition, three with honors, twenty-nine cum laude, seven magna cum laude, and three summa cum laude. Naturally, when we congratulate you we also congratulate your Mothers and Fathers, your Grandparents, your wives and husbands, your other relatives, and close friends. Many of the people in this audience today rightly share your honors because they have supported your every effort. No one needs to tell you that a college education is one of man's most prized possessions. When you receive your degrees you join a most select group - only one person in fourteen over twenty years of age has a college degree. There are many of us who believe that the future of mankind is truly a race between education and catastrophe. It is in the field of trained specialists that our country faces its greatest shortage in the period ahead. Never has there been a greater need for more people of sound wisdom, good judgment and high moral principles. We believe that you graduates are well equipped to accept the chal- lenges of our times. We are confident that you will do your part in helping to perpetuate the concepts of freedom and opportunity in the United States so that our nation will always be a source of inspiration and leader- ship throughout the world. The lives of the distinguished citizens who will be honored later in this program are commended to you as worthy examples of ways one may use his education in the service of his fellow men. Our very best wishes go with you. Come back to see us often. SE IORS . .,y,-'-W fig-'Z . 'N Y . -'M 9.3 via ' :L-1-A Hs: 1 s' Fr iii, .sl W" .. I.-...wh s ... .353-3,391 "+'Q'3- , 1 J -b .NJ '-d- . x ,.- .. . 1. K ," fvqr-7.x ' , v ff. 2 .,, xanga J' is X 'L ' 5 A PATRICIA A. AARONS VVYNNE M. RICHARD ACKLAND RITA ALBINDER Bachelor of Arts in Sociology ABRAHAMSON Bachelor of Science in Associate of Arts in Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Accounting Music Education ,fin I ' L E 9 NW ' ' 'J JOAN C. ALPEP. ,af gy Bachelor of Science in f 5 1 L ' L. Secondary Education Wnmnn""nu9,-A, A 1 5 9,H .5 ix Q ' f 'ZA ' 0742. eq ., W We X E W L., X I 2 S' X 4 , Z W0 if Q k 5 V! 7' I ' RICHARD D. ALTEN I Bachelor of Arts in Political Science 2- 3 952588 mga gm aaa aaa as ' E aaaggxgggi. aaaawsam M M ii gaggxsaga SHN Z aaa SW awagimgg Hg-ME? Q-t a wa an MM a gg a?fsa is mginmp magafs ig -mf-wg aE4fa it-55 was Mwws at ass Q F kia nm :fam-tg mfa ani a- -E--gm aaa sms aa-is-mnQQ5 U- M mmm -7? vii- 2 a ant Q M 3552332 Elgwtauf 'E so tm Away , Ekffrafizallg - MW ag--1134, is an - -E I ma- Mvgkaga a a M my Ezxnjssx-mgm nu miata 451- mi may -saggy nm is as wma W it aaa mga. -m- is n in as gwgw -H it aaa miami it ANTH ass an - as guy? az :au E in aw M rx xx H" E nga EE it-X aa nm :E as it GERALD L. AMOROSANA Bachelor of Science in Physical Education 'ff'?-A High X 3-'S34-xmas-a H' f Mamma, -A Xxx Saw M a fa .WMwzwsa6 Fffgaigatki 11 U H YQQEZQEFQ -WNW' M -aim F " B5--mm , , gasgfa .-5 E H aaa -H. H maxi' mga Iwi-in Y -as gt- -1 M M 5 a X n it K was IAMES K. BAEBEL Bachelor of Arts in Political Science s fmaa-ax as as-any A E A ag nm a nm a as a W E .aa it was gm E mga nm H E -X-aaa iz mm -ma an H wa E asa if it aaa HA mags - may , Ea X2 lg. a -sf an wsu a e x it a U is it me K ea it a ar if mana W am, D , mzfaa' it an w ss it aa K rn aww miriam a v H my M H mmm aa aa a ya was BETSY L. BANQUER Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education aamwf, ms BBL 5 ma? a H .W E S aa a at a Q - a a EES . Q au X a md: ma ag sa Haag ::- a at R5 wa K' Nj? wax-Nam E QE 3 gg W an-39: 5 JUDITI-I L. ARNOLD Bachelor of Science in Dental ai- get xg is a -is 5. max na a an is sa v -me a-an is is n x Hygiene Education an avi mam? was an an xanax E a W Hingis S BSS E B --sis -.- M H it .W 1 Q 12: ia wa 3 a E L M ' f" . .,.:,:,,,.:.::.,:.:..,. SONDRA F. BAER Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education 1 1 xx Hams was it amigiiagizgiaaaazgsaaas xaagia-5 i it-a maxaman is-QEMM an aaa H W TZZHSWEZNW - wma ,-fa ' HF ,. -sam Astditai at-NNE et ,ima M s M ass aaa ax .mf is Hgmgal H ,K .R T 1 a Q Q E ,UE W A.: 9,5 dmmwg may H Us snags B 'esiila is aaaamimwg am 7 -au'm'Na:a'm mmm a aaa H aaa H: an as H nm an' LAWRENCE BABBITT Bachelor of Science in Insurance and Real Estate at 4 1 n a E E -at-L mnaawaimgss-B BB SS am F an E -2 is xr KU . mu, u rim ai? H E X S 5 .Q a aaa Quai M PETER G. BAILEY Bachelor of Science in Accounting Q a E a E rt, Q an is mxaasr 55895 Bggaaaaaaaaaaaaaaq - a M mam aa 'i aaaaaaaaaa - Bm aaaaaaaana an E H xmxssnamsmg -it smnmnmsm n 1 naman a-- a an H as mms aaa st? 88:2 K nm a mt was - aaa K- aaa W aaa nm mam . JE ESE it umm :mana -yiqm . Wm, Ewa: fi it ss 5 is iz nm 2 mf x it an xx E st? was ,W5zLM mga aww as gm Wi , "aaaM Malaga Maw. aaa MARY ANN BARRESI Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education ROSEMARY BASSELIN E Bachelor of Science in Nursing W ALBERT I. BALASH Bachelor of Arts in French GRADUATES 1963 NANCY L. BASCI-I Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies 'SANFORD L. BEHRENS Bachelor of Arts in Biology IACQUELINE ANN BENZ Bachelor of Science in Art Education GENE A. BEBBLE Bachelor of Science in Engineering ROBERT W. BECKER Bachelor of Science in Physical Education CAROLE E. BELISLE Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene ROBERT B. BELLITTO Bachelor of Arts in Political Science BRIAN A. BEREGSZAZY Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering JONATHAN S. BERG Bachelor of Arts in Psychology N , N N, .. ,.,.V he ,. .. ,Www - Q -Q .. . F Z - ,N -,TQ - -- gi- N W, -WY M -:Z N .-V--,Y . 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BORAW KI Bachelor of Science in Associate of Science in Physical Education Dental Hygiene H EEE an asia 'i'm m n m me a .REH.n H -m was My Q -as we M as as M Us amass. wagxr 52812581 UW -gas as H a I Ma am a .a rg aims . EQS': . lava f E ,g. mf m as - M539 Jn x an a wi--swim B-Elm mama me in was 'f TRUDANCE AN N' BORSTEL Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene H m as . mm gums Masaiaf a :'jggH., magma saw Wa si T an E., an W B u -4: W an an as 5? as an ,na IOH F. BOSKELLO Bachelor of Science in Accounting gssggs :ww E sg: a Wigan a WW,-a W H as a 5 55,3555 a an s afgww 1 Xiagaw S - ai. :i,.,aKw5,5E,, H ga H affine fe E E HB a an sg as Emil ns , gina , mi 5 ' WEEE a mga s Wsgiag ,asv Eaqagsgw sagggwh EEA'-Q fm-AMEX mwggia Blfgg B Bmw was H pa H H-. A ,xi page a as ' E nw m an m gi s RICHARD K. BOWMAN Bachelor of Science in Physical Education nm Q aa Q E me ew KILIAN I-I. BRECI-I Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering was N gx sms XSS Z aaa aaa aa B a H. 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CARLSTE Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies W,H ,hgsw-H H N was W K WL: Q E W at sides H V E H mt M- as Q ., E. , : s ,, , M tim H m Wim Zi mam in as Em is 'H me :Swami E -K EEE is 5 Wim mi Q.-gum-an E M- ms as as 1- as ni ai-saw. swmfggasmgu gage wsmmww H in is B mpgs" . , sun Q nm . B-1 we , .mm me M mm K, VIV IA I. CASERTA Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies -im1.wQ?w B W news-wiggle-WW' B Mi' HE B885 B188 ,ms B-mr-,xf-5755588-M HE . Bi BBS ' ESS BSS jing: .E M as , Ewa-,E is mm B gsm B rw HY f N x Z B W as . H W M an H 'mn W my E , sm a me , w .i -is ig -X an H ni' Eggs mga gs xmas ,gm as m EAS-im :lms'sm'nm ps' ., as wgss we QWQHQ W' H mvgy-mw"' mm mfg.-mu - wa-Q-,gw.WsU wig min- .-FHEEHHFW in - as N C-ORDO M CASSAN Bachelor of Science 1n arkeung mg 5 nm, ms E SH Mmm ,mx was H -E as H H E gmggsg E mil as E mgswwsna mm In mm is Sw. am it as W vii Qs ,.. E pam!! 1 is EH annum E. Saws mn Z EE-Ewa? 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JOHN CHACHO CAVANAUGH Bachelor of Science in Physical Eclucatron Bachelor of Sc1ence in Associate of Science in Physical Education MUSIC Education Dental Hygiene l E52 2 H H H S 1 M miami ss new is a H M xy asm mrs r in ss was as rv mms sex, mean ,wif-L. H Hglsiilgwi. ml g .gin New M Ramen M is mi, 2 H f mg mfs miie ss ragga H ,ss gm n -waan-YQ ,5sam"5.w. ss H n 51-W His- 2 W E B if mama ss N as E B ss aggfw H -aww .Q mesa .H ,N a H E-has ss an FRANK A. CIANCUILLO Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design GLORIA I. CINTRON Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education ANGELO A. COCCO Bachelor of Arts in Political Science IANICE COHEN Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education r ru ELIZABETH A. CORTESI Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene VIRGINIA M. COCCO Bachelor of Arts in English SUSAN COE Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising ROSEMARIE E. CONTE Bachelor of Arts in French Visas iw-, CAROL K. COVIELLO Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies DEBORAH S. COOK Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene JOHN COWRAS, IR. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering LOIS COBEY Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene BRENDA G. CRUSON IOI-IN ROBERT CSIZMAR JO ANN CULLETTO Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Fashion Merchandising ,QQ M Q HELEN M. DAGHLIAN PETER G. DAHL VICTOR A. D'ALESSIO Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Nursing Economics Industrial Design WILLIAM DALY GERALDENE DAPKINS PAT M. DASKO Master of Science in Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Education Dental Hygiene Physical Education IUDITH C. DAVID Bachelor of Arts in French BARBARA A. DE BRECENY Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education s Q M as Z f 1 X. -x Q . H .1 Y -f mm H a an . ,ax : .. W Q if BARBARA H. DAVIS MILLIE DE ANGELO Bachelor of Science in Ba Elementary Education chelor of Science in Art Education ELAINE S. DE LUCA Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene PHILIP I. D'ERAMO Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Amuh N ummllln ,C ". ISQKESR 4 f o 5 o 5 5 4 5 A5 - 6190 2 ""',,,0oNNEo'0S5"'.l 'I 2 ,...., .... . J' 57 wa a V aw aa maxima sax-Ima-Maman sa-a M X- am I aaaa I ,-w- - aa Bama Hmmm Ea 5 Bam was gm 5 WM Ma.. H5553 :sig aawraywagwl mggggj aa a Q Hgmaiggw mamma nmigzmn Bm an aaa naman an mms gamma mama N7--mimi mins as--n ' HHH vm as is ZX! naman aaanwaan BREW! swans Bm gaazfaahg-' -5- mms-my Maggy- M Ss a ana was was Bm gi-:murals ' mg-is 555555 x-is is ms- maafgiaia-1 WSW- H . maaxaazi -awiggffsa MH-H. .. a a-LE E mgigegfgwmwgyggg, ia-afagiimg -E. .mfimfw E fair - -ar W W E 2-aaa aa-warm gag H 5?-MNH aa as H -wma M H N New ,lm aa an -Egg Hg gg: a H a W mi Hs H an-aw a.: -i - an SQFQSHZ5 5 SW- a f-W-Y a. Hakim? an -.5 aa, s W r- an minimal ra -H5 K an as "-'Wig H EQTQ'-fi-f':B H T :aaa H ma .ra gg 2 . a r Q H W M - a is . 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VALKO Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Psychology W., ,WA 4 an Q W, NANCY L. VANDERGRIFT Bachelor of Science in Physical Education LINDA M. VARANEY JUDY L. VENEROSO, Associate of Science in Bachelor of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Marketing JOHN W. VQLIMBR 2 Bachelor of Science in ,u .H,33,m.n7 IAMES E. VINCENT Bachelor of Science in Physical Education xxxlin ERS QQICR C Z ' SHIV O Electrical Engineering ' " "ooo 0 N N Am I, I. 'I , 'i ulvu-. 5' P X nun' "I, X 0 "1 X Ol "1 ! X QI 'f -K o 'f -' 'f 5 , , Q 5 1 vs 2 '4 i ' 0 ' . ' ' ' 2 1 o , - - Q - - I H I .11 m I : I o , I ..- 3 g -1 f- A 5 - X Q ' ,L 4 Ns - ""lDllIll'll' JK GERHARD M. VON MYRA C. WAHLBERG CARL 1. WALIN BARRY WALKER GROTE Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Arts in History Bachelor of Arts in History Nursing Elementary Education '4 PHYLLIS 1. WALL Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology N l , MADELEINE R. WALZER Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education z W tw X SUSAN M. WARMER JOAN A. WASHKO JUDITH L. WASSERMAN Associate of Science in Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Executive Secretarial Studies Elementary Education 1 s A 1- 12 ' 2': K", 1 I 5 ' ' - t-f"f::3tQ:e4a:s-22:25 '-Q:a:i:.e .:. - -. yt H it 23. ffl-sf YQA' 3 'PY' rain. im : 4 :f- -. r N A XZ. 45' rl 2 "" " .J ' 1:-: I? R , f F ,, Qi 'fi ' V1 K 1:-: 3 ..,.,.,.,..:g1,., 5, 5:5' 4 5-5 155: ' v E a H L .'5tzsr.Q55s'??25?f F" 0 -3.4 -1 -f,:5,,w, f..3jgX:,,- vw THOMAS M. WELCH RONALD WENDER BARBARA J. WENZEL VALERIE E. WEST Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Arts in Biology Bachelor of Science in Associate of Science in Business Education Elementary Education JUDY L. WESTON GEOFFREY B. WHAN ELLEN F. WHITE Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Marketing Elementary Education GRADUATES 1963 Dental Hygiene PHILIP M. WHITNEY, IR. HERMAN VVIERZBICKI HARVEY R. WILES Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Arts in Accounting Industrial Design Psychology -522, 7 ,. N-.:.',, vm . K e , 2 H W L mi. g .. , A W. . M ,. H. .. E , , af ii g . , Q M REGINA WILMINGTON EDWARD N. VVILSON MICHAEL WINOKUR ELAINE A. WINOSKI Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science'in Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Secondary Education Accounting Medical Secretarial Studies MARIANNE WITTEN PHYLLIS A. WOLFE HARRY R. WOOD Associate of Science in Bachelor of Science in Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Nursing Electrical Engineering 100 NHL H, M A .LZ f Q N me in van H Tux 'swiss 1 ss a I if X: yum Mia nu we Elsie: Hmmm Himsa-S' ,Sf X ,M--ig? egress A rf we M.L ,Bl 'H B fma xx' Hi rf! JRZE. M ami .Q K S3iJ..,.wu ,aw lic 1 er H we a w mms g Em H 555 :rem EW WH me ,WQSQ sn. mil? Haig,-Q Sis? We E E E an r if PETER L. WYCKOFF ALEX A YANOSY BARBARA M YASINSKI Bachelor of Arts in History Bachelor of SCICDCC 1n Bachelor of Science in Qfeefazeerrz 1 eQWQ:sH'::g sf Bm ' m me sf I 5:5 151 x, Sim WNW HM Esmziwiiggw Z Q Q E aww we H nameserv er 9 f we is Em mmm mama Ran g e E N siigqgm W H missin el Rggmwm H BSS mSSBE:ERPE S Mgfgigi me H my E -H Y Rachael NV Wm SS I SSFXH fs K N me M V E' em am? E 2, 'rmwmy F W' -I we-wwf , .1 W . www, W: Mme Egg, 2 H W Mais' yr, N . M ic. M., M., , Rm JEFFREY I. ZAKRZEWSK1 Bachelor of Science in Physical Education man E' x x zsxxisfzif HHH-E-Niiiifslgm m'm'm!EeE3,Z?il?ill -H-Virgina-L11 Q im. ces! sf ss E MQCLEWS R113 -Qui W M Q me -veil Emi agiaimkngaaa mvfggi csfffr rg, Ex i ggi NSS wxgg mag mm zggigwx Jimi Ei if 5 cj 5 S 5 E E mcg ns- HE NE WQQESE mmm wmgggj -Kimmel is-fmmfgsgxs ms g is mam WE, Mxnem :E ummm ws agen S-M -age w Mme E ,Ma emma me-me use r mmm xwmfn B K gm kai gm Erwmgx Sim We S an Q me H AE Q S BSS X Sei xxx 52291, HARRY ZAWASKI Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations for QE EE gifs E . as a gm s ma BQ ., , M ,H H ,Sw i H Ex 2 H H H H 555 mmxmmmugmggi em n Bra mfg M E H -Msgs H- n' BH B M -7 -H H me me, Q? 35 N'-if 5 H-.fha-H""E--i:i Q xi? m if '55 ,. lfueggx. H E . a :es gn ,iv :if is Q35 mg- Emma S el Q :wma :W if m Maas S, S is MATILDA R. ZEGA LOUISE M. ZIKO JEROME E. JOHN C. ZINNA Bachelor of Arts in French Bachelor of Science in ZIMMERMANN Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Industrial Design NOT PICTURED JOSEPH T. ABRUZZO Bachelor of Science in Physical Education JULIE M. BIAFORE Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies SUSAN S. BURROUGHS Bachelor of Arts in English BARBARA DOBEY Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education MICHAEL C. SI-IIPPEE Bachelor of Science in Physical Education RICHAR D. ZEKALA Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education , -P 5 .J ri ww wgzfzf N vw-,gu if W gym, f- If 1 , w v JW? ' 21332 I h ggi., ,V X .. . 'X gf QL. M , U -'N 5 , "-:iw M sg f . fb: BEM 0 . 3,3 lfagx X sf Bw W 9.5 .H gwia -H M r 4.1 WIT ,,,5.: WF xx-S STGRY OE THE YEAR ERESHMAN WEEK Lines, lines, and more lines . . . "Guided" tours! . . . Do we HAVE to wear Beanies? . . . What do you mean, I have a summons? . . . Did you meet anybody at the Freshman Dance? . . . Lines . . . All out of books for English 1011 ? 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The foot- ball loss to Hofstra . . . Sunday afternoon with The Terriers. I ..w .f.2': x an 1 A ss ru , vw. F- - x 1 I --Q., 'rr-if nvgax .1 108 MILESTON E CEREMONY The College of Nursing honors the mem- bers of its college each year during the Mile- stone Ceremony. This important event sym- bolizes the milestone which each class has reached. Freshmen receive their name pins, sophomores their caps, juniors the University of Bridgeport initials on their caps, and sen- iors receive purple bands for their caps and wear their white uniforms to signify that they are nearing their goal. :wx 'Z' CAPPIN G The Fones School of Dental Hygiene dis- tinguishes the freshmen each year in the Cap- ping Ceremony. This year ninety girls were thus honored. This event marks the academic progress of the students at the end of the first semester of collegiate study. PLEDGING Pledging is ostensibly to prove that the can- didate truly wishes to join the particular Greek letter organization. During formal pledging the pledge may think the purpose is to allow the brothers and sisters to indulge their sadistic im- pulses, After the ordeal, pledging is remembered with mellowness as a time of unique costumes, crazy antics, performing pledge entertainments, closeness with pledge brothers, service to the community, and the memorable moment of in- itiation. , i 111 112 I J 113 L.,.,,...,., ,..,. CAMPUS THUNDER "Nobody But Barnum" marked the cul- mination of six months prodigious efforts. Throughout the summer Director Dickason with his able assistants fitted together the ideas that eventually formed the nucleus of another scintillating Campus Thunder pro- duction. .ew 5. 4' .1- 5 4' Q fx 5 Q X :.: .V C 'N 1' .4 , F I .iq K w 4 . ,S , M r Tw ' N 1 14:4 M QM 4 Man - :-sen: Am? X X H X Q, Few? 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The play gives the history of a typical American family and takes them through the Ice Age, the Flood, World Wars, and the celebration of their 5,000th wedding anniversary, show- ing how they survive the many calamities that befall the human race by the skin of their teeth. The play was enthusiastically received by an appreciative audience. gs se L . J Elms mn Q ,E if f x gui 1 2 1 QQ, f Q ' 5 E M 'A V9 z N E ,f in Eb 7? ' , if 15 YA, 1? "I : ff.. .w X 4 R. if 5,9152 rg A . Tig Q 5 S V - 3 ,w QW- -vi SE ....- -1 . 1 x '52 f rs 2. swag' . " '. W 5 A 3- ,.5::,:: 4 .Q U f wh W . 1 ' , -'fx S 22 wg . gysm I 4 3 t 5 . 5 g it' I , 'igvne-5 5 'h,5'Ee.v'..'. 1 A Ja, Tj' ' x 32"-??l'f:'2 I M 5 'Q-sw.:..f 5 .. tv. . 1, ,, if, .Y ,, , L 5 N Y wifi'-S2551 -V 2 Ya 4 y - A Em MW.. ig .'x 'Ns asf 1 Qi 'gif .4- ,Z X X 1' T? 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Dana program is designed "to identify and encourage students of academic promise and good character who have completed at least one year of college satisfactorily, who may be in need of financial assistance, who show potential traits of leadership and also give evidence indicating future success in business, industry, or the professions." i i I N-W f :ix , S 3 w.. 'QW :': 3' Eg: : I f:ff:'.f:ZQ!" :Eg 'AN '- I.',If :::IfE:... - .- i 4 2zf:.: 1. el x " 1 'xx :- gr V H gf' B n ,sr M 5 ff fig : K 'W N 'WX mf , nf - ku 411 5' -5 'S 8:1 'Q' 5994553 1 W ..fQ..,fSi:Y ' YR ' if 21, 5 Q A f , vga" w "".1"..mWMk4as.wssmu be. sw ,af UB. D Y By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea, you and me, you and me, oh how happy we'll be .... Breakfast, greetings, and recog- nition awards were followed by a brilliant parody, "On the Beach." The project of the day was a community service, to clean up Seaside Park. After a box luncheon provided for the students, there was dancing, twisting, and limboing. 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' 2 vu EXW vxqgex Q A 5 QU' , -V Uv - v in 9, Q w 'N ' 1' fr-. -1 i v w ff ga , vi . 6' - 0 -91,,f,g1mb - -3, 1, ,,, X I if 5A , an L wg., QMJX 'wo 'Lwtbd vfgivfl ,fi 9.1 ,f . ms ,. :f'- bn L ' 6 N ' 55 L ff fx' Az:-ww '.,:' -N. f' A ,"f.. gi Lv- ,' ' X' -11 - 5 if 'G 4.1 " bf N I' Aish! yy' Q, V- W M GRADUATICN The University of Bridgeport conferred degrees upon 812 students, representing the largest graduat- ing class in the history of the University, at com- mencement exercises in the Dana Hall courtyard on Sunday, June 2, 1963. More than 6,000 parents and guests viewed the formal academic outdoor cere- mony. Honorary doctoral degrees were conferred at the commencement ceremonies upon five outstanding persons including: Marion Anderson, world famous contralto singerg Rudolph F. Bannow, co-founder of Bridgeport Machines, Inc., a posthumous awardg Capt. Edward L. Beach, National War College, Washington, D.C.3 Richard A. Perkin, chairman of the board, Perkin-Elmer Corporation, Norwalkg and Dr. Clarence D. L. Ropp, Dean of the College of Arts and Science, University of Bridgeport. Chancellor James H. Halsey presided at the com- mencement program and conferred the honorary doc- toral degrees. President Henry W. Littlefield conferred the de- grees upon the graduating students. TEACHER CE THE YEAR The Board of Associates annually pays tribute to a "Teacher of the Year" at the University of Bridgeport selected by an impartial committee as an example of the distinguished teaching which is so important in the program of a University. Nine "Teachers of the Year" have been honored since 1954 in Charter Day Ceremonies. Portraits of these individuals are on display in a gallery at the University's Carlson Library. The 1963 recipient of the "Teacher of the Year" award is Francis X. DiLeo, professor of accounting and department chairman at the University of Bridgeport. He is currently sharing with Dr. Charles Petitjean the duties of acting Dean of the College of Business Administration. Professor DiLeo is a practicing accountant, advisor to graduate students, a researcher, and a national director of the National Association of Accountants. SPGRTS FOOTBALL 1 ' ' FRONT ROW, L-R: Freshman Coach Allen Koperwhals, Niclc Zagami. John Longo, John Vino, Charles Chey, Rudy Pasrenylc, Norm Peder- sen. Co'Capfain Don Bolk, Co-Capfain Mike Oshan, John Aires, Pere DeGregorio, Paul Bruno, Brian Cary and Richard Sousa. SECOND ROW: Assr. Mgr. Alex Yanosy. Lawrence Pasquale. Les Warren, John Murphy, Ed Ronca, Roberr Gallagher. Bob Hirsh. Gerry Hughes, Richard Carroll, Dom Arangio. Roberr Lesko, Dave Pearson, Richard Shaw, Don Mazza and Assl. Trainer Anrhony Pira. THIRD ROW: Varsify Mgr. James Sabalino, An'l'hony Lumenli, James M.-QU 5 . The Purple Knights opened the 1962 season by defeating Central Connecticut 13-7 as Pete "Digger" DeGregorio scampered around right end with less than two minutes remaining to score the winning touchdown. Powerful SCSC shutout the home team UBites 21-0. The Knights edged Northeastern as john Vino place-kicked the margin of victory. Cort- land State was no match for the UB eleven as Shaw, Carroll, and DeGregorio each scored. The Purple and lvhite lost to undefeated Hofstra in the Horne- coming game as Oshan scored UB's lone six-pointer on a dazzling 45 yard run down the sidelines. Bridge- port fought back from a 16-0 deficit before bowing to Ithaca. The UBites captured top billing in every department but the final score as King's Point tri- umphed. Bridgewater was trounced by the UB com- bine as Shaw, Aires, Chey, Oshan, and DeGregorio crossed the goal line. The Purple Knights concluded the season by edging A.I.C. 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BEE M 'Q my H, mf VARSITY SOCCER UB 4 TRENTON STATE UB 2 UNIV. OF CONN. UB 4 BOSTON UNIVERSITY UB 2 CCNY UB 3 YALE UB 3 ALBANY STATE LB 6 HARTFORD UB -- BRANDEIS Qlforfeitj UB l SPRINGFIELD UB 3 U. S. COAST GUARD RECORD: WON 9 LOST 1 1 --mf. E E E E 'ya-m TB BHP? -we T 'H ,swf gwegg 'I .e. . 51 TQTMQY' Sin .Tm- M ,,.w.w Mlqaa-I I . Y nw M Q 5 K .M mass: WMWR .M M. M Einllfg S cm Mi.. I ,v M ,mf was na,-:W-.3 Q9 -as H. ss -'f -: I , 5 f-4 na H e - H X V U fl . L X M E nu an . W, ,Q I ss xx H - r w B fx - K gx - 5 X X1 gs 52- DH- ' I . M ggi X57 I H '15, ,555 X ss ss Q QI 's M' , ' -' f i , -. K- - -- 4, ,,. f E ,M V, .11 W I , I W ga -ss En" as as The soccer yearlings offensive attack was led by Tony Merlino with 15 goals and Mike Churilla who dented the twines four times. The outstanding defensmen -on the squad were jack Gray and Tom Mara. FRESHME SQCCER UB SPRINGFIELD UB U. CONN. UB WESLEYAN UB YALE FROSH UB MILFORD PREP F BASKETBALL 3 -at X: my ss 'li . .,. .as - psf- ..s-Msn - .nas A fat. i I Q h A ' EEQEF J , is .14 We I 1 'f W - 'H VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD The Purple Knights varsity basketball team opened the 1962-63 season on a winning note by edging favored A.I.Cg by two points as transfer student Ted Coulson netted the winning basket with 45 seconds remaining. After the initial vic- tory, the UBites fell into a slump and dropped their next twelve encounters including many close contests where a basket could have changed the complexion of the game. During this "streak", UB lost three heartbreaking games to U. S. Coast Guard, S.C.S.C., and Hartford University. In the annual League tilt with the Stags from Fairfield, the Knights battled on equal terms for thirty-six minutes before bowing. Throughout the winless stretch, Dick Huydic, Ken Pickering, and Coul- son were the mainstays of the team. At this stage of the season, the Knights caught fire and won three of the next four games as they triumphed over Hunter, Brandeis, and Yeshiva. Co-Captain Roy Robbins paced the squad against Hunter by registering 28 markers while Howie Bernstein and Coulson led the team against the other foes. The Knights lost three in succession before staging the biggest upset of the campaign, and perhaps in the history of UB, as the team nipped Iona College by one point as Pickering scored the winning basket. This was definitely the top game of the season for the young, inexperienced Knight squad who started a team of four juniors and a sophomore. In the finale of the season, the Knights were beaten by Fairfield by an eight point margin, the spread coming in the waning minutes of the game. uf f K 1 X 5' . ' H, Q ' 'lfffffffi fi ,SWF ,Wag x 4 x n X , V1-an .Ag f MJ it XE, X gf? X. X 2 X 513, A A , 1 k X X? X Sf f ? iif 9 is EX Q 'X ge fl 2 '--: X g.. 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COAST GUARD 54 UB 55 C.C.N.Y. 56 UB 64 SOUTH CONN. 76 UB 77 FAIRFIELD U. 92 UB 86 HARTFORD U. 63 UB 60 HUNTER COLLEGE 49 UB 82 "Y" SPORTSMEN 87 UB 71 RIDER COLLEGE 108 UB 83 "Y" SPORTSMEN 74 UB 68 YALE U. 92 UB 55 FAIRLEIGH DICK. 70 UB 78 CENTRAL CONN. 76 UB 67 IONA COLLEGE 70 UB 85 FAIRFIELD U. 82 RECORD: WON 8 LOST ll m xx nz Rf H XIX if E .ws ' A s wa? tx 'X 11 :Ig '1 V ' Ai . ' , 'L 5. 'A I , ' 'fl E5 i ,QQ f M ,522 K 4 G 4? F XR ' 5 Us ' " ii Q V V, Vi: VQV J , N E., f.. .. . X , x N. , 3 W A. s ,r I . Asa: K '-K V , ,,, N W I, if QE V . + QV . YV. fff ,V V . V A f VV VH 'V ' . L . V VV .- , . .ff - V f , V D . V BV? ,, . im., . "Q, 1 K fx A ,Y if 7 1. Q ug' V ' "gli E gigs ' . K' , Vf'r-asv? 'W ' I 5 1 V ' .. ' V: W i ff V .V 'Q V . . . .,4,, ,. , , 5 ,wg QI' 1 K ,, ,. ' ' V1 '-" V 'V : Q, I X4 , .V jf- V I "I gi f V , 1' 515 KA Qfgyslr, K V ,i , .V 2:-WN VV? Q 4 A , :sf V' '-f MMV- ' 1'-ff-XV n - V .Q P., - ' . . . Q M ' -' .V Veewmw-., V il' 1 A-,Qi-wff'1'g' fi , ., Qs ,, vw. 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COAST GUARD 2 UB 9 FAIRFIELD U. 3 UB 9 U. NEW HAMPSHIRE 5 UB 17 ADELPHI 5 UB 3 SOUTH CONN. 6 UB 5 DANBURY STATE 1 UB 2 CENTRAL CONN. 1 UB 15 CLARK U. 6 UB 12 FAIRFIELD U. 0 UB 5 QUINNIPIAC 1 UB 1 HARTFORD 2 UB 6 ST. PETER'S 1 UB 0 SETON HALL 8 UB 1 RIDER COLLEGE 5 UB 6 FAIRLEIGH DICK. 0 UB 3 AMERICAN INT. 13 UB 3 UPSALA 0 UB 0 PROVIDENCE 2 RECORD: WON 12 LOST 6 Sfrikel Nice fry! ff. .. ' x, 'fegff Q -.. My mf, .fy , xi . . ,xxx- . S - - -w ', . .25 1-' 1 if X Rf. 1' 5 -:nw ,L Lfrw 'vi'-Ll . . MKS: 3. :: www bm " 1 xx M ,- WSH. 1.-X ai I as K fy , +4 W T? f ' as v ,Ax FRESHMAN BASEBALL The UB frosh won their first game in two years in rout to one of their finest seasons. Ace of the staff was Ralph Ranghelli who tossed a no- hitter against Milford Prep early in the cam- paign. The Knights had five hitters knocking the cover off the ball at better than a .300 clip. The hitters include John Pierson, Hank Bahe, Pete Borrelli, Bernie Cohen, and Tom Gladtke. UB WESLEYAN UB HARTFORD U. UB SOUTH CONN. UB TRINITY UB NORWALK TECH UB ARMY PLEBES UB MILFORD PREP UB SOUTH CONN. UB YALE FROSH RECORD: WON 6 LOST 3 VARSITY TRACK FIRST ROW: Richard Konaposek, Ronald Knickerbocker, Roger Meader. John Chaco, Ronald Weiss, James Sa- bafino, Richard Elrer. SECOND ROW: Ronald Pedone. Stanley Alpert, Jerry Annicherro, John Allen, James Spinella, Steve Purcell, Harry Zawaslti, Ben Cascio. THIRD ROW: Thomas Tail, Vito Vaiflcus, Norman Pefer- sen, John Dialelevi, Charles Sheehan, Al Yanosy co- caplain. Anlhony Sfys, George Werner co-captain, Charles Clard, Walter Kondrarovich coach. The varsity track team completed the 1963 season with a winning 3-2 mark. The cindermen opened the season by winning three consecutive meets before losing their final two meets. Throughout the year, the key men under Coach Kondratovich were jim Sabatino who set a Arnold College record in the two-mile with a 10:4l.5 performance. Co- Captain George.Werner, ace of the UB squad, set a school record in the discus with a toss of 131 feet, 5 inches. During the season, Wer- ner was undefeated in the shotput. Co-Cap- tain Al Yanosy concluded his collegiate career with a 157 point total secured for the track team in his four years at the University. CO-CAPTAINS: Coach Kondralovich wifh Co-Captains George Werner and Al Yanosy. SOUTH CONN. HUNTER ADELPHI FAIRLEIGH DICK FAIRFIELD U. RECORD: WON 3 LOST 2 .- lei' I , IX: In a is s FRESHMAN TRACK Even though the yearlings were winless for the season, three Arnold College records fell and were re- set by the frosh. Harvey Poleck turned in times of 10.5 and 24.2 in the 100 and 220 yard dashes respec- tively. john Corr completed the 120 yard high hurdles in 16.4 seconds. 162 UB 28 SOUTH CONN. 93 UB 48 FAIRLEIGH DICK. 77 UB 30 FAIRFIELD U. 39 UB 53:6 SOUTH CONN. 315 UB 2 HARTFORD U. 4 UB 1 CENTRAL CONN. 6 UB 2 FAIRLEIGH DICK. 7 UB 4 SOUTH CONN. 3 UB 3 IONA COLLEGE 6 UB 736 HARTFORD U. 11,4 UB 2 QUINNIPIAC 7 UB 2 CENTRAL CONN. 5 UB 11,5 SETON HALL 51,5 RECORD: WON 3 LOST 7 GOLF VARSITY GOLF TEAM TENNIS VARSITY TENNIS TEAM The varsity tennis team won 2 and lost 5 for the 1963 season. Co-Captains Bruce Stang and Bob Lynott were the mainstays of the squad, playing number 1 and 2 singles respec- tively. The outstanding record on the squad was compiled by Steve Gordon who won five singles and three double matches. Barry Bern- stein, 9543 player, triumphed in,three singles and three double matches. UB 7 HARTFORD U. UB 256 CENT. CONN. 2 UB FAIRFIELD U. UB 0 FAIRFIELD U. UB 5 SOUTH CONN. UB 1 CENT. CONN. UB 4 HARTFORD U. RECORD: WON 2 LOST 5 INTRAMURALS The role of the Intramural Department is to offer the student body the opportunity for participation in intramural sports and recreational activities. Regular participation in the voluntary sports has been encouraged by the Director of Men's Intramurals, Mr. Phil Leibrock. This type of activity not only inspires and maintains one's personal fitness, it also does much to relieve the tensions de- veloped through academic life on campus. In addition, it helps to create lasting friendships. The Intramural Program includes touch- football, softball, basketball, badminton, vol- leyball, bowling, gymnastics, swimming, table tennis, etc. Trophies and awards are given to the winning team in each sport and to the outstanding individual in each sport. In the past three years the Intramural program under Mr. Leibrock has become an important aspect of the Athletic Program at the University. This year over 1000 students participated. The growth of intramurals is: 661 in 1960-61, and 1000 in 1962-63. .. , 7 ,lil M- g ' is 1 A . Q - ,Assy GIRLS I-IGCKEY TEAM A W ., -- 14 M ' , 1 A l za, his .,., s. Y r as .. s Paf Dasko, Capiain CHEERLEADERS L TO R: Denise Valardi, Barb DeLuca, Nadine Kaiz, Kafhy 0'Neil, Ginny Wesf. Pal Dasko CCap+ainJ, Marilyn Moon, Priscilla Dunn, Joyce. A'H"-A- i 166 5 ACTIVITIES ABTA ZHGDIK AMN5 HPZT CPXWQ INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL FR TEE J' 95. 'l'.'IZllt".'2I.'I.. - FIRST ROW, L-R: Kafhy Leach Ureasurerl, Calvin Loss fVice-Presiclenfl, Pefer Gorman fPresiclen+D, Barbara Kohn fSecre1'aryJ, William Wrighi QAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW: Rick Koalchic, Larry Chrisfiano, Julio Pires, Pam Cellars, Jane Adler. Alice Bene- feld, Connie Nill. Kafhy Mahoney. THIRD ROW: Reggie Honeychurch. MaH' Kafz, Franlc Jones, George Gruber, Rick Legere, Roberf Ragoff. The Inter-Fraternity Council tries to bring the fraternities and sororities together on a competitive basis in which everyone achieves majog benefits. ALPHA GAMMA PI-ll S A v .Alpha Ciamnm lghi K A is fx xs W 5 Z 3 Gag, 4 fl: fi -. 5 Vi ,. ,E w 'f ' -Q ,iii 1:4 I ' c- ' gi' i i , Y A G.L. AMOROSANA ,law mm, gm A H LM. BRACKLEY Q f- la: . rw I: z. . V :Y wg, Q' '- ll iss in W Y 1 VS. . if ' . . R E FLYNN R M. LAWRENCE R. L ROBBINS D.J. ARANGIO A. J. RlCCA mesmem vsce- msunsuf musunen necououqe aecasum cowesvomms sscmm ,QQ Q ,R .5 .W 541 - f 1 R. J. BYITECK x , , l sg, iw M l l S. B. DUNBAR H. P DOHRMAN A- se V I Y uk.. ev' A ' I I F . 5 l. L. J. BABBlTT ggggw. 2. 5'-if . Eh.. 5 R J. BRUNO ' r-W.. 5g?f'l'5a2 52.1 bi: xy ' F2 F FElLZER if A A, ii 52g "" aCM is R 5 ' T G E GEKENETTER G. J. HAITA D. HARLOW R. F? HOPKINS R. H. KOSEL J. W MANDY i ' i A A ' A V - ,Q pt . , sw? . I li W . -V' A' 2 5' g nc 1'-vs f. , Y mf, 1. Q. 4- wx .W QM W as . . .- . - f N f f'-f W .. , f, 1 'L B- - 5 f is . Wgfiiq s ,L . .'. "A Ziff. . 'lf F3 5 -:-: Ar, 1': ' Mx y or Z Q., 1' I W . . 1 . V, 3 4 mg ' 4 'l it Q' gi K- Q J ' gig A at H ' -' f I' ,ig . ff . ,. .. t h K M 6 . 1 - -s V Y , . : k' A l A. rmacztto T5HEEiNEIi6lM..1.M-NAMARA e.J.PerRoPutos G.H.sHAw cfsnsenin s.G.sn.AeLe R E. TAKACS 170 In the later months of 1947, a group of veterans united to form a social fraternity for the purpose of promoting peace, charity, scholarship, and fellowship among all men. The name of the new organization was Alpha Gamma Phi. Since then the brothers have striven to uphold these prin- ciples successfully. ,mm Mwva 1 A X, fe xv 4, mm was 1 smm,,L E ni' . was 'A l ,gh 1 ,., 1 Q, 3 N395 1 ' '- M .::.:.: : H , w E ,.... V- . t ,A La' H B ss W :J L A5 5131, " , ' -. A gags , X wif -N 9? . iffy V ,qu Q Q 'ff Kiwi . Z .W W ' 1. . '- 'ff-.,., 1 aye? F 5 ax 5 . E' W mm . IQ w ass www naar ' iwfgi mummmzuasm -09 W 'SB A ALPHA PHI OMEGA 1 . .. w ' Q Navy. f - nfl " 'nw rw 172 Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity. It was founded at Lafayette College, in Easton, Pennsylvania, on December 16, 1925. Al- though it has been only 38 years since it was founded, Alpha Phi Omega has grown to over 300 chapters. Theta Psi Chapter was founded at the Uni- versity of Bridgeport in 1949 by a group of veterans. Since its conception, Alpha Phi Omega has striven to fulfill its three cardinal principles: leadership, friendship, and service. Alpha Phi Omega has started many of its brothers on successful paths towards high goals in many other aspects, scholastically as well as in the business world. Although Alpha Phi Omega's most important aim is service, the fraternity does carry on many successful social events throughout the year. These include the an- nual Coronation Ball held in the spring semester, and various other open and closed parties and outings. Among Alpha Phi Omega's service projects are the directories in the dormitories and the "Welcome to the University of Bridgeport" sign in front of Howland Hall. However, Alpha Phi Omega's services go beyond the University of Bridgeport campus. Theta Psi Chapter has aided the Cerebral Palsy Center, Easter Seal Campaign, and various other organizations throughout the area. Alpha Phi Omega is open to all male students who are in good standing with the University. -3 'E J 1 :fs As, 5 .K ,Q mg 2 f EMA a bf- ws 3 5322 .X 2 51 -1 iz- -:rua ,, M2 if fix E? 3, ,ask Mx 5fS'?iX?fl,,W I2 gyiksif ' " gy, HN x www, gunna' in-mmwd ww, K F 1 OMEGA SIGMA Rl-I0 Gbnwgu Sigma illhn , Ft, A ' si If-'Q . ' 'X fs ,. J.. XV .. Q R ,..--- ' l . in . ,W M 3471 -"' fs Q Z A .-ifll rv - gs I -9 .1 " :.: it ' ig , :E .Y . . ,,,, . 1: 1, . V in 2 , 'gil if ' l- v l ,,A l . .... 1 S.St BAKHASH D. BOLK KW BOSSUNG R J. PINTO F K. CHOLKO E. J. ROWE PRESIDENT VICE ' PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER M 1 ass 5 n .gk i ., .-.-.. -if . E , fa E : , S' ,ff 5?f A f V' 5- Mgt ,. - Will: gi..-X Q as ff it . E ! .S . TPCARROLL Nu, , Y-FS, . .if Wx -f . 5 ws ss. 5 'gh S . 4, E. B CARY ggi? is Q51 A if ea R..1. CHARNEV E cucerzo R.EcoLoNNEsE A.c,eKsiik?6rl1l fVlMl2.FlEl5lEE, .lt FITZQHMONS Y s. . y S..- 4 t .. iw: ' TV. A ' L 1. Guam L.'lf suzfmsxs MHEAPHV A.M.JsrmaEf nJ.KAvAr4AueH tn LANNI -fi pr . r A ' e 'N . 4 :' ,.,. 2225? 3? am: - '-Mali . "tk , Q f L 5 L - J. A. usKA .lwumcu RAMARCHETTI o.J.Mmmzm6 R. Mumszm N.R.PEDERSEN 'A A r . ' 'l 1. AHI' 'A i ... l Z1-tel . A ff 1 . - ssl. 5 K .t 2. i I ' i s . isis ' ..'jA :Phu ' . I ' : V Aga " l 5' i I -. 1 l ,. I . c ...,.A.A, -I . .. M.r..P4sAN1 s R. PJURA I A. sABEuJx R. L. SANBQRN R. SELLA M. smowucu J. A.TRlNoER A. A. vANosv R. ZUCCARO 174 Omega Sigma Rho was organized by twenty-one men to further the principles of scholarship, brotherhood, and service. During the past year the fraternity sponsored the annual Autumn Festival Dance. This group conducted parties during the football season in order to encourage team morale and school spirit. In the Spring, as in the Fall, open parties were in- terspersed with private functions. The very active year was culminated by Wistarian Weekend to which the parents of the brothers were invited. , -Wg N If Q W- -W W H -.1 gff:WfWWA,f-mzgfxnz-'fft H1 .- 1 - W fpfwv -fs, Wr MM gg N- A wwfwww H HT f M- SW . ' W ' ff !...7,f.-iirrft Mifff- W si 'KL I gy, ,V-.xr ,1 :i.RgE3i3,i? ,Wg 4 ,,.i-fggifxlgf Af .., W , z . , ' ' ,ITM i..g4,R - W -,-gig?-g-gggwg, ,Qi ' W W . Lea. --ew -if N ,lg fv MMA- W -WV -:M::k,:f5v2:,-Wy-I I P- HP , W, Q . H f -f Tqwwgi- W5-WW ' .- A ' mv, k W- uri? 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KURTZ. . 1 4 5332 ":': i 2226-H M. 1 viz: 'ir Y if is ..,, : A ll -. 2. - Fi ,ii 2 5 l A Q50 . l. ... ,Z . Q V H I Q ,,, ,Q S, gig, A. n. Levnrr 180 M. W. MARSAK J. J. MILLSTEIN M.J. MOSKOWWZ G. M. PALMENTO L. L. ROSEN N A. SILVERSTEIN J. J. VIAPIANA Sigma Lambda Chi was organized in the fall of 1950 on the principles of scholarship, and brotherhood. Since its inception, it has encouraged in tegrity, loyalty, and fraternity, regardless of race or creed. is mm, m 4' JJM .slew -was 5,1 V mfs? W ., S wg as 2 M1 . NWSLM i,1 -A ,MN WV, . ' R nuhf' 5 x-, Q gm 1: E nw- W 555 3'-, a..4 - XE? Muwwmw QTBF sw SW ms Y -.xi V- W N 5 ss an K Mu x W 1 1,.. 71.31-X-1li,z 'iw' 'f .mfvfy N, , 1 : - p Wk' W gi as 5 :H , can , :.: M Q, -Q, rg' .:. :.: gr - L H .:. .. ..... , . M SIGMA OMICRON SIGMA Svignm Gilmirrnn Sigma -I . J ,- if 'lt ww l - P .ef .. in ' N'-.1 l A -,.- I I. R.nAtTEN , E.-LQBERMAN R. KORN aifcouem mmrnowurz A. M. SHATLES , M.A. BEllli1llN TMFELDMAN K v CNANCELLOR VICE - CHRNCELLDR SCRIBE EQUERR7 lllhl- T-it . .1 A 1 'HZ ix? . Hifi! . M. R. FRSHKIND . ""' Rfb. Focal' i'i as ns onn A -E: up :': 3 - V . 'X Q P-AFRUMKES R. L.eRAvsoN . - 'EM ., ' i962-1963 si H ..l..l q M.u KATZ R.R. MACHADO H e A1 W A' "" i ng. -, iw-1 ' :wif L Q 4' GP Q7 , 1 A u 1-1 J , X is' J ' 5 L - .- 434 Q . 3 EE? f li' 5 - , 1:55, 1 , " .ai ,img l 2 a D F2 c MARKS o. u MAzzA J. M. Nstnttmm DQHQ owen H. K. mppz .mi Roemi' K. s siwvea c. scuoeumo a M. wneN ". . . the fraternity shall be a brotherhood to cement interfaith, inter- racial, and international goodwill." Taken from the constitution these words best exemplify the intrinsic motivation that has existed in Sigma Omicron Sigma for nine years at the University of Bridgeport. Aafgwpg ', W U V xx xx 2 M, W., W ff- M MMM--M'W+ -W-w W- W E- .W 6. 21222: 1 .- ,Q Eg -ijwji faxzwfvaigs Qi, .af U--fb .M . -f Y . W A. . HU- H ,. 5 L , xg V may K as 1 H if an HBH? 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PEARL B.R.HARRlsoN R.A.BARKER H 2 Q W2 Pnesunem vice - Pv.esn:sN'r TREASURER Rrcoatme secnewzy conxssvonams sccxnmzy AMN, . -ent i I t ' 0 ' V - -..-...-....--.... f' 'Y L.J.BENEoe1To 5 'Q -TJffBo-rE- t .A 4 - ' ,A W full , f -fr, i .-Vg-:ii X 1, ' ::'A i n , V i f if W VA,- Y g ' -...-- .. ' .,. ' ' -. n 2-.J B R BRCNN R-B DAVIES W FOSSUM 41, ' x. is R. C. FRANFZIS w L GORALL J J. GUISTI f- , ,,, 1962-1963 J. Pt Jouwsou E G. JoNEs REKNICKERBOCKER R M, mon J, 9 PALUMBO NE POVEROMO -J i lr. 4 A 3 - . . -. " .... 1 l so W . at . . ,'. if "' ,, - We sf ' ' . ' A .. . 1: j V ', E? , M iff 1 4 E C. RADZWILLAS RA.RESTA eJ.sAsE c.MsANTniio SN.iSlili1GER' 1. '5uLvEE4AN aL.5iANG ' QEQMVENIERI it 184 ..f-XX Theta Sigma, founded at Bridgeport upon fellowship and loyalty to one another, has developed in its members the highest qualities of leader- ship, exemplified by the innumerable offices and positions of responsibility held in the history of the University by Theta Sigma men. It must not be forgotten, however, that Theta Sigma is primarily a social organization and each week during the school year, as well as throughout the summer, the brothers meet for parties, dances, picnics, banquets and other social events. The continued success of T.S. from its origin in 1947 may be attributed to an unyielding devotion to fellow members and the fraternity name. a xx ss um AEMQQEM ms mmm ss 1 :am ww n sg ss - E as A w Q1 we Q F K gamma... mama PL? ww E E mi A amumnmqg ..- ,W ...A . 5 4 Vw: X. X n :wa is .- nu H -W M NW X: a mn fm mamma an :mama mmm Hmmm ss Lumix mga ma 1 is e'lnsm nv nm ss mn wma aims nm .wa ss mn ss sf ma up D A 1. m ,IE 33 .. K H .!A nu V l Ir f ,2 .: ,Wi s w s -...if ',, x g.y H... A w . I 1 nf u 1 Mg mw ,wk if M K sign-rs mhz H 1 es vnu wiv .15 . ..- :: ,., 5 H 3 x I his 1 ,Y si H' aff? v ss 1 4 A -H 56. asa awww HP T fa-tim, V,.. fs. W Q wr fwwgish la SM mm-Mx Mm fgmsw.ms.fssm Q IOTA DELTA PI FIRST ROW, L-R: Bruce Meyers, Sam LaMonico, Daniel Wayne Miller. John lanello Jr.. John Milligan fPresiden'0, Tom Fialko. THIRD ROW: Bill Dixon, George Maseiiis, Jerry Pri- SECOND ROW: Bill Lemoine, Mike Sidoii, Bob Goyda. mavera. Henry Feldman, Don Solas, Mike McCarthy, Gordon Cassaro, Russell Beniz. Reggie Honychurch. AnaiolMil'1aiioi. OFFICERS President ................. John Milligan Vice-President ............... Tom Fialko Treasurer ........,....... Corresponding Secretary -- Ed Schwartz Sam LaMonico Recording Secretary ---jjjl Wayne Miller Historian .................. Ron Kinberg Social Chairman .......... 188 Mike McCarthy Iota Delta Pi fraternity enforces truth in thought and in action to obtain the highest levels of honor. It encourages justice and understanding of the laws of men. The Greek letters of the group symbolize the concept of loyalty to the University and to the fraternity. mam? n w mmm .EB H, ms W 552274. an a nm a Q nm a a m EE A m gm sv mn mmm 1 nmawf w m mn N H H M wmmwfffg E Emmys? Q Q 5 E Q R' ,Q .AH WI' - -awww ,X 'A' E242 fxfva 35 Sym! 4 E Em ugmn wgmx 1.1: . 'mul ww saw Q ' X ,KW E HSM? ' hmm 1 L24 5.5 fa Q s W fy msn swam ,, E :fa M., . rx QEISFFEF M K xx ' x x 'X' 5 ui? Q gm..w.1 ,. :, i M-Z . ,gif WQ,g,:?. .Q Q M E 1? 1 ,vfxaula 4 Us 15 nw an SIGMA KAPPA PI KNEELING, L-R: Kenn Kassover, Parliemenfarian: Norman Novick, Vice-President: Jerry Pflugh: Ted Osfrowski, President: Richard Salefan, Secretary. STANDING: Bob Roca, Terry McMahon, Eliot Lesser. Dan Pacello, Larry Hochheiser, Dave Watson, Brendon Alworfh, AI Bolz, Mike Walter, Neil Biitner. Ted Freedberg, Fred Farber, Treasurer: Jeff Medler, Bill Belcher, Phil DeMoranville, Ron Hohl, and Doug Ohlmann. On February 12, 1962, Sigma Kappa Pi Fraternity was formed at the Savarin Restaurant on the Merritt Parkway. A group of individuals saw the need for a new meaning of fraternalism on the U.B. campus and set down its objectives to generate this new brand of fraternalism. During its formative months while Sigma Kappa Pi remained a secret, the Constitu- tion, By-Laws and a Creed were set out calling for certain standards of giving fraternalism a new look. Much time and work was devoted to formu- lating our policies. A short time later, we were becoming recognized by many of the students as a fraternity very likely to succeed, and one which can become one of the better fraternities. Our Homecoming party last fall, a smashing success, was the talk of the campus for many months. 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SECOND ROW,S+ancling: Dom Masiriano, Frank Weiss, ABSENT: Joe Gaiio, Sieve Lazar, Bill EvereH', Joel Ron Weiss, Sieve Kovacs, Russ Palmer, Dave Jess, Rich Rechf, Rich Wysling, Sieve Coulson. Ioli, Bill Carroll, Al DelMoni'o, Larry Chrisiiano, Peie Sigma Phi Alpha has always been a leader in everything it has under- taken. It has shown in its members that individuals can participate in campus extra-curricular activities, and can at the same time, maintain high scholastic standards. 192 Q Y V E UPSILGN BETA SIGMA FIRST ROW, L-R: Arthur Harris, Recording Secretary: Arthur Good- man, Vice-Presidenrg Daniel O'Connell, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Gerald Webber, Oifo Sommer, Jack Williams, Jack Klein. Leonard Levine, George Hall, Carl Noyes, Kenneth Tracy. Don- ald Usher, Lyndon Thomas, Ralph Mafieo, Charles Tarinelli. OFFICERS President ............... Frederik Freidus Vice-President .......... Arthur Goodman Recording Secretary ........ Arthur Harris Corresponding Secretary LL.. Gerald Webber Treasurer ...... -- ....... Daniel O'Connel1 194 When in 1951 Upsilon Beta Sigma Fraternity received its Greek letters, recognition was given to the high ideals of fraternalism. Upholding the integrity and respect of the in- dividual, the fraternity upholds the principles of our earlier years. For in 1948 the fraternity was organized as the United Brotherhood Society, the purpose of this group to promote better human relations among the various racial, religious, and nationality groups at this University. The Brothers selected these people to serve as officers for the year 1962-63g President, Fred Freidusg Vice-President, Arthur Goodman 3 Recording Secretary, Arthur Harrisg Cor- responding Secretary, Gerald Webberg Treasurer, Bob Byrnes, IFC Representative, Charles Tarinellig and Parlia- mentarian, Ralph Matteo. The advisor, Professor M. E. Somer, was a founding Brother of U.B.S. This year the fraternity has welcomed fifteen new Broth- ers. 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'11 T X ' ifrfziflifk: 'Exe 5' W-X A' .1 ,QU ,,N,g.1fe',JA i1xJ,v,,. 3, LK ,N gwffx ,A 5, X, 'aQwf.:f , , :gif - ww X1 M, I H Qwusf. , ,QW x S . 1 D-1 -ff M 13929941 af . 43 M Q Q4 M - H - was ff ff Q,-.iikhk ,M , .4 .. .Sm E. Q xv 2' 1 Cl-ll SIGMA DELTA FIRST ROW, L-R: Mrs. van der Kroef, Advisor, Janice Petersen, Lois Sachs. Patricia Conroy, Joy Kroin, Kathy Fecldersen, Claudia Smith, Joan Berger. Amy D'Alesio, Mahoney. Barbara Miinilt. SECOND ROW: Barbara Pirocco, Martha Dina, Ellie Koslco, Janet Midura. Sandy Baer, Betsy Hair, Linda OFFICERS President ....... - ......... Claudia Smith Vice-President .......... -.- Diane Buchino Treasurer ,............... Barbara Mitnik Recording Secretary ...... Janice Feddersen Corresponding Secretary .... Amy D'Alesio Advisors ........ Mrs. justin van der Kroef Mrs. john McCormack 204 THIRD ROW: Iris Most, Beiiy Siasiewski. Susan Beards- ley, Dolores Korzlcowslci, Barbara Agnaiowslci. Aiane Buch- ino, Gloria Remenyi, Patricia Wolfe. Chi Sigma Delta was founded in 1955 to promote charity, fel- lowship and scholarship among all students irrespective of race, color or creed. Clad in their distinctive red blazers, the sisters of Chi Sig participate in a variety of campus and community activities. The annual "Coronation Ball" held after Easter Vacation is the highlight of Chi Sigma Delta's social year. Various social functions scattered throughout the year provide the sisters of Chi Sigma Delta with the opportunity for strengthening friendships and developing a sisterhood that outlasts college days. L, :,a,5.g'f:1g1Q , rx il N nz' "YIM Exmfx w QS, ,, Qf "13?w'mU, ' " ,lg vw' :QSM QA.: Eu , Ig my We 'X LF . .. k. 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T4 N A gfw'Huf:zxg1'2,vy,ma 1 UE mm M QW I2 :max if xisdpfwxwfgsewe, ,x ' f H L H . xQf,f , CT fha'-L77 ,, 15 , Q ' U -7 V5 Y ii Z ff wig W' wi fa iiiff 1 Qfvvig 5: Q ag 43, +1,5'L5u'5:' was 'A-525 7 V24 ' -4:2 4 fw7x"'f,ii LS 241. wb ,,'5' 'SA1-XFf.v?"'Y4 ,W ' V 'df 'vsfpgf Sf - , 1" xv ' ' - -mfiifgsiz :fs Q44 ' A-sv X1 ,Si2Zs2g,faia3 mfvairf. , ' 3 HM . :fQ.,fgf4i'-qrefqvi -- g K ' Q 'A Q Q55 Q L E H 'X w Q, K 1 ,, 4 15,2412-3:1.1., i ww' fwwgjgq .ww Ma N .. 5 . .. Mg ws X sf num ,, 5, " :,.,gil7w'I V f L, ,mxwyw . .ww ,Mm mg QA ,, MW,.,J,Q,,f,,Wa.xN .M-,,,A, ,:,,,.,g, f W' ,-.T4.,ifQ,nm,.qL , K G 7 if ,V 206 OMEGA PHI ALPHA FIRST ROW. L-R: Pal' Marzilc, Margie Filalcowslcy, Mary Romano. Ellen Leahy, Barbara Wrigh+, Carol I-Iaberman. Diane FLOOR: Ka+hleen Mahoney and Jackie. Barabag, MISSING- FROM PICTURE: Pamela Grosso, Ann Lebow- SECOND ROW: Pai Blake, Judith David, Linda Pawlak, sky, Mary Anne Mannino, Joyce Phillips, Gabrielle Carol Eannello, Carol Paradiclc. Jane? Schneider, Sandy Samuels, Dorothy Saniino, Linda Posner. Omega Phi Alpha, a national service sorority, is the first of its kind on our campus. It is the Beta chapter, founded in the spring of 1963. Twenty-one girls were the first to be initi- ated by the sisters from the Alpha Chapter in Ipsalani, Mich- igan. ww A H4 OFFICERS of O.P.A. Carol Eannello, Historiang Sandy Ro- mano, Publicity Secretaryg Mary Ellen Leahy, Treasurerg Kathleen Mahoney, Vice-Presidentg Patricia Blake, Presi- dentg Carol Paradick, Recording Sec- retaryg janet Schneider, Correspond- ing Secretary: and Pat Mrazik, Alum- ni Secretary. Fl l e W I S oy Pl?r fa "fi , ., , Q A .,.. A W E In ' QBT A I S 9 Isemf KERRHE 91' H lb em? m sh y egg 4 S , X V1 0 n 4 P :K Af ,.,, ',,, ..., V- Y It Q' f,,v4 V ,Q V ,-.. T " M Y , l V. 1 .,,, E 5 ' .Ei .S , 'g M fi Q dh' 5 X 'eil' , '...' 'fi " E 207 STUDE T COU CIL FIRST ROW. L-R: William Wright, Advisor: Gerry Feldman, Vice-President: Clinton Strong, Presideni: Bonnie Burke, Recording Secretary: and Joyce Peizer, Corresponding Sec- rerary. SECOND ROW: Joel Sislcovic, Lloyd Jenkins, Sian Alpert, Charlotte Davies, Nancy Esposiio, Elaine Rubin, Sarino FRESHMAN OFFICERS President ................ Jerry McCarthy Vice-President .............. Bill O'Dowd Secretary --.- ............ Dolores Wootten Treasurer .................. Pam Yarmey Altemate ..-........... U-- Linda Lerner 208 Mineo, Sieve Kalm, Bob Rogoif, Billie Goldstein. THIRD ROW: Bob Becker, John Palumbo, Bob Cohen, Gerry Frauwirih, Reed Harrison, Sam Lalvlonico. Sieve Kurlanslci. Hans Boyce, Joe Saiz, Fred Cromie, lrv. Silverman. Daniel Dennis. MISSING: Walter Henderson, Jeff Milsiein, Jerry Feldman, Ed Delour. It is the belief of the University of Bridge- port that a representative student government gives individual students the experience of active participation in government procedure, and further, develops in each student a sense of personal responsibility for the welfare of the University community of which he is an integral part. The Student Council has been established as a representative form of stu- dent government. ALUMNI HALL STUDENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS FIRST ROW LR Wayne Miller. Helen Kurlz, Lila Soldani, SECOND ROW: John Milligan, Ron Jordan Ron Klnberg Gerald Frauwnrfh Sam LaMonica, Sharon Felman, Mrs. Mar- Elaine Kish, Elaine Ruben, Pat Blake Reed Harrison William lon J l-loichluss Wright, lrv Silverman. The Student Center Board, formerly the Alumni Hall Student Board of Directors, has achieved phenomenal suc- cess for the 1962-63 school year. Activities sponsored by the Board include the Carnival of Clubsg lectures by the astron- omer Philip Stern, and the Metropolitan Opera House arch- ivist, Mary Peltzg a bowling tournamentg "Trim the Tree" party in December, and the "Hello '63" dance in january. Moreover, the Board presented such outstanding talents as the Tarriers, the Smothers Brothers and Basil Rathbone. Added attractions were the art exhibits which featured "Rem- brandt's Etchings and Drawings", Irving Amen's Woodcuts, and student contributions. The Board's efforts have been enthusiastically and ap- preciatively received by the student body. WISTARIAN O FFIC ERS Editor-in-Chief ..... Executive Editor .... Business Manager ,. ...... ,-- Conv Editor --- .... ----,,- .... ------- Sports Editor ...................... ..... Photography ..... .......... , - ..... .... - .,-a--.-- Robert Resta -,-.--- Elizabeth Resta --- Ronald Knickerbocker --.--- Patricia Muratori Richard Sharpe Roger Brooks Public Relations ..... ....... ...... ...... R o b ert Davies Advertising ............. .... . -.-.- .... -- ------ Frank jones Assistant Copy Editor ........ ................ S haron Smith STAFF Margy Lind Robert Becker Robert Lynott Ben Cascio joan McGarry Rick Pearl Martha Dina Ina Huston First Yearbook meeting Look at all those enthusiastic faces It will be a good year Second Yearbook meeting All this work Looks of dismay Who's getting the names for the photos Watch that spelling Subsequent meetings Where is everybody YVrite that copy Get those pictures YVho's got the robe Much much later Copy editor quit - too many commitments Blessings on Pat and Sharon for filling in Beautiful aerial photos. Many thanks June and July - Who's got the key? Only a few rugged stalwarts left Meet the publisher Choose the cover Select the type Write more copy Type the Directory What? It's finished Well ..... not bad. SCRIBE The Scribe is the student weekly news- paper of the campus, publishing news, sports, and feature stories of interest to the entire student body. The staff is always open to new members, regardless of previous experi- ence. The paper offers its staff valuable ex- perience in newspaper work: for example, in gathering and editing news, setting up dum- mies, writing heads, and assisting in the tech- nicalities of printing, and of course, meeting deadlines. The staff as a whole must produce one of the school's most important media. The hectic seven-day schedule which involves every Scribe enthusiast on campus is a corn- mendable example of group effort. Today the Scribe issues 30 papers during the academic year and services more than 100 advertising accounts. nm y . g H Ana fa 9 E xx um-L mms ss ms hm saws wa sm num wa ss S n E ss mm E as mn www mms KH nm-- ss s ERE HQ mam mgm cams ss 1 m x-X my an ms mn an EE ms E Emu a ss gm ss gm ms mn ms wigs Sm wa ss 'mm sw wa mn W ss Q a ss ss B E B H an n 'n ss Mm - ss Ti, Si .ma mu ww A M-5 sf ESE? iam ":' lm E QE. 'si mm mm mm-5 xmsir mam mn ms an -ss ww ,yu-k-W: mn mn WPK FIRST ROW, L-R: Bob Farrell, Faculty Advisor: Jolm Larson, Chief Announcer: Bob Stern. Slafion Manager: Steve Vaclwss. Program Director: Arr Thompson, Public Relarions. SECOND ROW: Frank Weise, Business Manager: Jeff YVPKN, the Purple Knight Network, be- came a reality for the University of Bridge- port at 5 P.M., Thursday, May 2, 1963. Elf Millslein. Srudenl Council Represenfahve Bob Erns dorff. Engineer Bob Podlcammer Librarian ABSENT: Bill Balamacl Public Relallons and AI Lilsfer Engineer. ' 5555?-are ' WTP. a ma was mam agn nm H E.. a a a mai was anwnm a a na gmsmg - as ms,i may an- uma aaa a, an an a an was asm WAS? 'mmm was wgw aw wimg UQ' wa nm a anafw N Bm E aaxx aaa Bd-na swam-use HBHEEQK aa B e . nam an M ggm swan B m KWH mm Hanan was namnamgms is aaa Hwggw M gm 'aa mm 5 .fx Q www 5 n as as www aaa wsawwm mx Basil Ralhbone lnjrerview for WPKN by Bob Slern. Genlleman wi+l1 back To camera is Bill Ahern of Jrbe Scribe. E R4 Em Emma an mmmnwn a an ua s na WHA SEK SNL i aww a-am mmm ww wma was a na l TERNATIO AL CLUB The gradually increasing number of foreign students at the University of Bridgeport has brought an international flavor to the campus that is indicative of the growth and development of the university and its growing reputation and prestige abroad. Thirty-eight students from 20 foreign countries are cur- rently enrolled at the university with every section of the world represented in the student body. The International Club has been formed to help the foreign student become familiar with American customs and individual members take the personal responsibility of see- ing questions answered and solutions found to whatever problems may arise. f ,. ., .... l--- ,. ,.,..,, . . 7 ' r rf ' 2 4 I .. '--- 351 Trib ,Q , " ' I :Ii Y ., . nv- EQ s " s z ,. n f 7 ' -rf, wg ss Eau Mlug naw ss 5 m Q: -5 ini? .K mi. 2 .M . WWM 55 H6 tiifswsifg -is-sammfg we mg isa E' i H is -was fa? -'gg E s -f 3252 its-sf-39 -was rg JE M. 555 .V ijwnxmir 2' XQESH Ea? l3??'Tlf1si?7a Amt.. ,ltr X ge nm as .,.. . F ia Q ' sm wasxgm wma mm mms nw- Lxwiw H. .ww mmm 1 -H mwmwz-Z m aw F . um :a K., Z' .m .way- igw-UT 3 'K 1,'X . .Vi-.. W Y gf N-M, 5, -Cx I TT' T'-ix N an MMV., B . w ,,-:yawn S , is I " 4 Amir, "QU ' is :sm s sasmfg ' ms r,w.,u 'w FK' mamma? nt 'nm Q. m Q magma :ws u mn -mx-x mm C3 Kun-f.4.zss x E-2 my fu Law ws A l E.S.E.C. FIRST ROW, L-R: Gail Siienlce, Gary Thompson, Floyd O'Kenquisf. SECOND ROW: Roy Francis, Henry Sfaneswoski, Brian Faronda, Tina Neil. Ted Orensfein, Russell Bonqeovanni. University of Bridgeport is the local chapter of Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales flnternational Association of Students in Economics and Com- mercej . The primary function of the or- ganization is to provide for and promote a reciprocal job exchange during the sum- mer months for college students, graduate and under-graduate, studying business, economics, or international affairs and operations. The association includes 39 member countries all over the World, and there are 39 individual chapters on cam- puses in the United States connected with a national committee officed in New York City. As an international body, being non- political or non-sectarian, it is economic advisor to U.N.E.S.C.O. A.I.E.S.E.C. was formed at the Uni- versity in 1961. In its first year one stu- dent majoring in economics was exchang- ed on a summer traineeship position with a firm in Southern Germany. This year, 1962-1963, three students from the Uni- versity will be iexchanged enabling the same number of foreign countries to par- ticipate in a traineeship program at local firms. Two of our students go to Nether- lands and one goes to Switzerland. A.I.E.S.E.C. is a practical experience in good will and academic venture for all concerned. The Board of Governors are the policy makers of the Alumni Hall Student Center. FIRST ROW, L-R: Wayne Miller, Helen Kurh. Lila Solclani, Jerry Frauwirlh, Sam Lalvionico, Sharon Felman, Irv Silverman. SECOND ROW: James Soulliliouse, Nick Pannuzio, Mrs. M. l-lolfclilciss, Presideni Henry Lilllefield, Mr. W. Wriqhl. Vice-Presideni Albert Diem. CIRCLE K FIRST ROW, L-R: Daniel Dennis, Ed Wilson, Alan Hahn, Fred Eichliorn. SECOND ROW: Bill Green, John Krupslci, Elliot Berman, Ted Freiberg, Doug Ausrin, Edwa rcl Roof. BOARD CF C-OVERNORS Dedicated by charter members to the humanitarian ideals of service to the school and community, Circle K has completed another successful year. Varying types of service have been performed, as serving refreshments at registration and basketball games, of- fering gymnasium custodial services, giving a Christmas party for needy children, and participating at Parent's Day. 219 POLITICAL RELATIONS FORUM The Political Relations Forum has as its aim the fostering of opportuni- ties on campus for partaking in the practical application of politics and the stimulation of student interest in campus and domestic politics. Endeavoring to carry out these goals, the Forum traditionally con- ducts all campus elections and spon- sors informal lectures. Moreover, PRF sends twenty students to the annual Connecticut Inter-Collegiate Student Legislature in Hartford, where for three days they exchange ideas and im- pressions with other students at a mock assembly. li FIRST ROW, L-R: Advisor, Professor William S. DeSiero: Recording Secrefary, Ann Ruth Mor- ris: Vice-President, Ken Bealtel: President, Richard Allen: Treasurer, Esiher Marks: Richard Pearl. SECOND ROW: G. Van Grote, Dick Koalchic. Robert Hoffman, Susan Freedman, Liz Rigany, Dennis Rich, Ken Kassover, Joel Sislcovic. THIRD ROW: Michael Hoffman, Roberf Cohen, Clinf Slrong, Raymond Danielli, Marcell Ring- awa. J. Feldman. YOUNG REPUBLICAN S The object of the Young Repub cans Club is to acquaint young ad- with the tenets of the Party and ,- to foster the activities of the Repu lican Party. In order to achieve goal, the group takes an active part state, county, and local affairs. Duri election time they campaign stren ously. FIRST ROW L-R: Sharon Felman, Corresponding Secrelaryq Richard Pearl, President: Gerald Frauwirflv, Vice-President: Elizabeih Ragany. Secreiary. SECOND ROW: Gerry Van Grofe, Amy Dalesio, Gary Thompson. 220 A CAPELLA CHOIR ,swaps-ws -fwe':""f"' ,, f, '-fs 'Rs-f" .www i:w'sM,QzQ'42 ff wfzfN . stir? L g gafialafi if is 5 ' 1 K 1 wig 58535, it :- gs Qs? .3-5 .... . .5 .ggfgm gg Q 5 W B . M , f WET 2 r S ' . Student spirit, faculty direction, and administrative cooperation are successfully blended in the Uni- versity of Bridgeport Concert Choir. Founded in 1954 by a group of twelve music-loving students from various colleges at the University under the direction of Professor W. Earl Sawerwein, the Choir now numbers sixty. Auditions for choir membership are held each Spring and Fall. Each hopeful student is judged on both individual musical talent and that special ability to blend with the group, so important in a small choir. Each season begins with a weeklong workshop held prior to Fall term registration. Here the stu- dents are brought into the spirit of the choir, receive vocal training and gain basic knowledge of the year's musical repertoire. From then on choir members are kept busy preparing for campus and community appearances, ra- dio and television broadcasts, and concert tourg in all, thirty performances between the months of September and May. The group appeared on the "Comments and People" program moderated by George W. Thompson of Channel 8. PSI Cl-ll Two years of effort on the part of Dr. Anthony M. Grazi- ano and a small group of students were rewarded on Sunday, March 17, 1963 by the installation of the University of Bridgeport chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology. Dean Arthur Trippensee, who presided at the ceremony and served as installation officer, Chancellor James H. Halsey, President Henry Littlefieldgand Dr. john R. Braun, chairman of the psychology department have aid- ed in the establishment of the new chapter. Psi Chi is dedicated to the advancement of the science of psychology and to the encouragement, stimulation, and maintenance of scholarship and the professional ethics of the individual members in all fields. The group's agenda in- cludes the planning of informative trips, the securing of speakers, and the establishment of a colloquium series. Many of the programs will be open to University students and other interested persons, thus extending the benefits of Psi Chi beyond its immediate membership. While the nucleus of each Psi Chi chapter consists of stu- dents with outstanding academic achievements, its active membership may include faculty and other professional peo- ple who make psychology one of their major interests. FIRST ROW, L-R: Arfhur Sulfon, Ed Rosenbluh, Gloria Valko, Ken Hunter, Jim Sealy. SECOND ROW: Walfer Rosen baum, Pefer Vanderboqef. I Q Q . 5 1 . l .. QM se. cr. .3 QQ Ll ' 1 " . iigflifs ' Miiwl ,rj .l I Qi GERMAN CLUB ROW, L-R, Sirring: Joan McGarry, Secre- Helen Kurii, Presidenh Dr. Eric Marcus, Paul Krueger, Vice-President Gary Treasurer. ROW, Standing: Edward Rosenbluh, Jurgieliwiez, Tim Allporl, Paul Feilzer, John Heide Leibold, Richard Reilly, Victoria The German Club at the University of Bridgeport was organ- ized to broaden the member's knowledge of the German language and culture. Throughout the year, regular meetings are held to dis- cuss topics of general interest concerning Germany and German newsreels are shown. Field trips are also part of the program. Through the Club, students learn more about German music, litera- ture and dining. FORICAL SOCIETY SEATED. I.-R: Brenden Zunder, Recording Secre- laryg Paul Springer, Viceellresidenlz Herman Lev- yne, Presidenl: Joy Groin, Corresponding Secre- far . STXNDING: William Green, Michiel Terezakis, Todd Dixon, Liz Regany, Clare Buscher, Amy D'Alesio, Riclc Pearl, Duddy Cohen, Renale Jur- genson, Joseph Malone, Jerry Frauwirih, Jerry Von Grote. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Roberl' Januslca. Treasurer, Ed Benner, Pe'l'er Wyclioff, Sieve Leven?- lila, Charles Pislcura, Joyce Tomasko, Al Hess, Sieve Simpson, Joel Brown, Ed Ronca, Francis Mercier, Dave Simpson, Richard Koalchic. Mariann Frank- fur'l', Mary Ellen Lillis, The Historical Society of the University of Bridgeport was or- ganized in October 1960. Since that time, the Society's membership and activities have been increasing at a steady rate. The purpose of the Society is to extend to its members and other students the op- portunity to share in the extra-curricular study and discussion of historical topics. COLLEGE OE URSINC- FIRST ROW, L-R: Anna Osfopchok, As- sisiani Dean in Charge of R.N. Pro- gram, Margaref Asiedu, Glee Gammon, Phyllis Wolfe, Ann Errico, Anira Narciso. Barbara Gomez, Frances Fraser, Barbara Lippincoif, Sheila Hurley, Gerald Throwe. SECOND ROW: Marie O'Connor, Vic- foria Solomon, Judith Chapman, Mary Curi, Ginna Hallawav, Charlofle Davis, lsabella Hayfrom, Marie Consraniini, Valerie Koplca, Elizabeth Solomon, Carol Osrrowslci, Agnes McCarfhy. The College of Nursing Registered Nurses Association came into existence because of the growing program for registered nurse students, who have returned to the educational environment to im- prove professionally and as persons. The C.N.R.N.A. programs speakers from professions and other endeavors which effect the nurse's life. BASIC STUDENT NURSES ASSOC. FIRST ROW, L-R: Miss Confy, Sue Kramer Janice Fedderso-n, Gail Minfy, Bernie Morgan ladiiz, Janice Robinson. Q ski, Marianne Gehreau, Dolores Kosicowski Q 0 Beverly Sloan. Kaihy Mariin. ' favs! ' G9 3:9 5 60 U I.,-'im Members in the Basic Student Nurses Association are offered par- ticipation in district, state, and national affairs. The group plans the annual Milestone-marking Ceremony, at which time each class in the Basic Program is recognized for its endeavors in the nursing profession. Freshmen receive name pinsg sophomores, the first cap, juniors, the University insigniag and seniors, the purple band. 224 SECOND ROW: Bob O'Neil, Virginia Thomp- son, Marianne Posner, lris Most, Lisa Sch- THIRD ROW: Pai Polchowski, Marilyn Zabiel- MUSIC ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW, L-R: Jack Williams, Vice- Presidenrp Sany Romano, Secreiary: Alva Sfanion, Treasurer, Leonard Levine, Pres- idenr. SECOND ROW: Bruce Haynes, Eleanor Pefiiiean, Louise Sepanslci, Don Goiilieb. Karen Bisch, Judy Posi, Barbara Saul, Marcia Zebrowslci, Ken Tracy, Corre- sponding Secretary. Open to all music connoisseurs, the Music Association makes available to its members a substantial library and listening lab- oratories. Whether listening or actually practicing an instru- ment, this organization provides pleasantly meditative, inspir- ing hours for its members. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW, L-R: Helen Warmefh, Marilyn Schwaclc, Dr. Gear, Sandy Keppner, Joan McGarry. SECOND ROW: Arihur Harris, Rona Lasin, Mary Lou Cubelli. Ron Eefier. l The 324 members of the Student Education Association are part of an active professional organization for students who plan to teach as a career. Affiliated with the Connecticut Education Association and the National Education Association, the SEA strives to fulfill the need, res- ponsibility, and the obligation of its members to become better ac- quainted with the concepts of teaching as defined by the professional orgamzatlons. 225 SOCIETY EOR Tl-IE ADVANCEME T OE MANAGEMENT FIRST ROW. L-R: Russell Palmer, Treasurer: Bruce Callahan, Vice-President: Matthew Onuslca, Presi- dent: Mariorie Wellner, Secretary: Julie Biatore, Social Chairman. SECOND ROW: John Bololcom, Alan Shautter, John Lovell. Micheal Carlucci, Diane Edgar, Catarina Moclatteri, Gale Steinlce, Charlotte Mrazik, John Palumbo, Edward Herr, Roy Vasel, Micheal Rosen. THlRD ROW: Richard Sharpe, Paul Weinbaum, Richard Wyssling, Reed Harrison, Robert Grella, William gzntrell, Paul Tolk, Samuel Miller, Marc Davis, Robert Goyda, William Everett, Thomas Carney. Louis ristiano. MARKETING CLUB The Marketing Club is an or- ganization of business students. Its aim is to awaken and stimulate in- terest in Marketing. This is ac- complished by plant tours, talks given by area businessmen, and regularly scheduled trips to New York City. Any student of Market- ing, Business Administration, Ad- vertising, or any interested stu- dent may apply for membership. The faculty advisors are Mr. As- tarita, Mr. Protheroe, and Mr. Kraushaar. The S.A.M. is a recognized nation- al professional organization of man- agement in industry, commerce, gov- ernment, and education. The basic ob- jectives of the group are to serve as a medium of exchange and distribution of information and to provide stu- dents with the opportunity to parti- cipate in the organization, planning, directing, and controlling of an or- ganization. To achieve their goals the group takes tours, hears talks by busi- ness executives and administrators, and participates in social gatherings. Students of Economics, Business Administration, and Engineering and any interested student may apply for membership. The faculty advisor is Mr. Wallace. 226 FlRST ROW, L-R: Mr. Edward Astarita, Advisor: Bruce Callahan, Vice-Presidentq Maiorie Wellner, Treasurer: Russell Palmer, President: Charlotte Marzilc, Secretary: Patrick Monahan, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Marylyn Astarita, Robert Grella, Joel Ort, Steven Beclcer, Robin Ducorsky. Diane Edgar, Catarina Modatferi, Gloria Remenyi, Gale Steilce, Julie Biatore, Matthew Onuska, Edward Herr, David Moissonnier, Paul Tollc. THIRD ROW: Steve Trinlc, Ben Edwards, John Palumbo, Roy Vasel, Robert Goyda. Micheal Carlucci, Norman Thompson, William Devan, Tom Welch, William Cantrell, Richard Sharpe, William Everett, John Boblno, Samuel Miller, Richard Wyssling, Louis Christiane. Paul Weinbaum, Micheal Rosen. Marc Davis. Alan Shautter. DEBATI G SOCIETY As one of the outstanding or- ganizations on campus, the Debat- ing Society has repeatedly scored highly in its debates. The Society has participated in tournaments at Central Connecticut, Harvard, and Columbia. The Debating Society has not only proved itself as a training ground for lawyers, teachers, and other professional personnel de- pendent upon speech but has also attracted and maintained many members for the pure enjoyment and experience received from its activities. Micheal Walters, Steve Banks, Joseph Satz, Ken Kassover, Chuck Krieger. PE A D KEYS FIRST ROW, L-R, Seated Bonnie Linett, Corresponding Secretary: Jane Novey, Recording Secretary: Marian Langston, President: Adele Lisltov, Treasurer: Virginia Susi, Vice-President: Mrs. Mary V. Shoolc. Advisor. SECOND ROW, Standing: Angela Calabrese, Gail Ford. Julie Bruehwiler, July Fray, Edith Butler, Pat Melbourne, Jane Carlsten, Florence Mucora, Rena Lashin, Helen Hetling, Lois Molnar, Joan Washlto, Sandra Frost. THIRD ROW, Standing: Vivian Caserta, Shirley Fox, Kathleen Sayles, Janel Schneider, Theresa Harvey, Sharon Gallup, Elaine Winoski, Shephanie Griz, Shirley Fayne, Carol Coviello, Carol Layton. Formed in 1960, Pen and Keys is a semi-professional organization for all students of the Weylister School. To encourage the avid support of new members, social events dominated the season's activities. N ew members were welcomed at an informal tea, a spring fashion show displayed the lat- est in women's apparel, and a testi- monial to conclude the year highlight- ed the organization's activities. 227 Women's Senate is a representa- tive body of all the women stu- dents on campus. It is endowed with the responsibility to act as a spokesman for these people. The organization attempts to unite all women on campus through coor- dination of activities. WOMEN'S SENATE FIRS-T ROW, L-R: Joyce Peiser, Student Council Representative: Margarei l-larris, Vice-President: Jo- Ann Lipton. President: Florence Marcus, Corresponding Secrelary: Ellen Tinkle, Treasurer: Mariha Ai'- lcinson, Recording Secretary. SECOND ROW: Dr. C. Fulcher, Advisor: Toni Gelormini, Phyllis Thompson. Sue Kramer, Ann Buralr, A Gordon, Sondra Baer. Marcia Slrolslcy, Wynne Abrahamson. J. Osure, Sue Horn. Mrs. Birnbaum, Advisor THIRD ROW: Barbara DeLuca, Carol Kamarclc, Pamela Fish, Marion Taus, Janice Cohen, Debbie Hari ley, J. Robinson. G. Waggenlcnechl, Dale Sieckler. R. Sullivan, Marilyn Schwaclc. W.R.A. HONOR COUNCIL '-32.111 ,aa .,-Sign MQ? . Twin? mimewnfmae '. :Wav-VPU! we at are -Mean ew are f--N-fxewfww A ' we Wmgwfga-55Qasifgba-a,,..,ge:gsgissemeew Dimage,Misses,eM?f?,aaegv,,seP1,smg,mee .,,s.s.eg?ms jjggeeiwgaf M 5 ,wt Ewa sgt,s1..Mg.my,ee,sar ea:asQWgYeaf?'swe-an-Fee, :ma Q.,-eeiwawsesfvzgi-E, :.e,.ee-naw. g,,,.aa,,4,..MgEa get gafgh - iii-QE? mgggieiwse Mfgegggrgsgigiggasffr aiiajaf-Ag mwiiait' A' W HQUJUZEW gi 'S as H H arm- M Saw wh.. ....-QE 4 'Q The Honor Council serves as a judiciary group whose primary function is to develop full under- standing of the honor system un- der Which all members live. Barbara Saul, Ruih Paquin, Nancy Weisberger, Carol Lieblein, Diane Freedman. MENS SE ATE I FIRST ROW, L-R: Mr. Kevin O'SuIIivan, Advisor, Presiden+, William Sinclair, Presidenig Hans Boyce, Sfudenl' Council Represenfarive: William Apple- gafe. SECOND ROW: Ed Fiore. Terry Feinstein. Phil De Moranville, Arnold Kaplan, Sieve Levinihal, Pete Mora, Ari Nayof, Jeff Ausslander. sky, Larry Hochheiser, Bruce Callahan, Joe Tosano. Brien Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Ralph MaH'eo, Ray Hopkins, Dave Organ, Harris Siravih, Mansour Thaynian. This organization is concerned with the welfare of the male student. It resolves complaints, plans dorrni- tory programs, and acts as the medi- ator between students and the admin- istration. PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY FIRST ROW, L-R: Sandy Kepner, Secrelaryi Gloria Valko, Secreiaryz Larry Breezner. Pres- idenf: Bruce Wiener, Vice-Presidenig Micheal Moslcowih, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Arthur Sulfan, Gene Gor- don, Jeanne Poloyni, Donna Gerard, Barbara Srern. Carol Bernsiein, Coiion Pollack, Grace . Berlin, Lee Lefslcy, Ellen Rosenthal, Ken Hunt- er, Dale Seiler. THIRD ROW: Barry Fried, Marcel Ringawa. George Gruber. Bob Resra, Ed Rosenbluh. Neil Silversiein, Ed Valdimer. Harold Ticldin, Floyd Okinquisf, Jom Seeley. The Psychology Society attempts to further interest and study in the science of psychology among the undergraduate students. Informal talks, field trips, experiments, and op- portunities for actual experience in the field are the chief activities of this group. 229 Arihur Fogel, Treasurer: Stephen Dunbar, Vice- THIRD ROW: Presio Tarry, Joe Nash, Mark Homel- BETA KAPPA CHAPTER OF Pl-Il EPSILON KAPPA FIEST ROW, L-R: James Thompson. Andrew Lussler, Malcom Kiniry, Robert Tellier, Joseph Gribosliy, Paul Sc ulman. SECOND ROW: Hans Boyce, Lewis Andukar, John Curtis, John Chacho, Ralph Siolz. THIRD ROW: Sianley Alpert, John Vino, John Heck, Gerard Hughes. Peter Gorman, Owen Gallagher, Robert Reclcer, Anihony Siys, Daniel McElroy. l The Beta Kappa Chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa, the only national physical education fraternity, was established on March 2, 1963, by the Alpha Eta Chap- ter of Manhattan College. The Charter was presented by R. R. Schreiber, National Secretary-Treasurer of the fraternity. Phi Epsilon Kappa was founded on April 12, 1913 at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union of Indianapolis, Indiana. The main objective of the fraternity is to elevate the standards, ideals, and ethics of those engaged in teaching in the fields of health, physical education, and recreation. This year's activities included sponsoring a gym- nastic and weight lifting exhibition and a convoca- tion by former President EisenhoWer's medical ad- visor, Dr. Paul Dudley White. Preseniaiion of Char+er by Dr. Schreiber. L io R: Mr. Nicholau. Dr. Schreiber, Mr. McKern. Mr. Leibrocli. 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'KE A fy, 5'PYrf-:T 2.2331 iw- g J ,AE W U-V, .Vina " M5-.dh xgiwnw' ff.Q'Zf'if Q- Hn. H :,b.Qf' . ,V vm -ww :aww wg!! Mr. uf W vm R'- n..:j, yr 5' 'w. ,. H ., rf' ,er Q 1 -:mmm The dental hygiene sorority, Phi Omicron Upsilon, organized to pro- mote fellowship and unity among the dental hygiene students, acquaints the future dental hygienists with the idio- cyncrasies of the dental profession. The organization attempts to breed the qualities of good fellowship and cooperation, both necessary attributes in serving the public. 232 PHI OMICRO UPSILO FIRST ROW, L-R: Elizabeth Cortesi, Pledge Master: Sue Warmer, Treasurer: Pat Ryan, Secretary: Valerei West, President: Elizabeth Carrozza, Vice-President: Veronica Cavanaugh, Social Chairman. SECOND ROW: Deborah Cook, Davida Koretz, Sharon Bogen, Suzanne Snell, Karen Kell, Diane Ber- Itowitz, Trudance Borstel, Linda Hyatt, Josephine Stuart. THIRD ROW: Elaine DeLuca, Lois Corey, Marianne Witten, Mayda Finklestein, Geraldine Dapkins, Lin- da Krichman, Linda Hebert, Nila Marsh, Catherine Truitt. PI-ll OMICRO UPSILO FRESI-IMEN I FIRST ROW, L-R: Susan Smith, Penny Protheroe, Jill Shanow, Barbara Herzog, Secretary, Mary Thi- bodeau, President, Bonnie Newton, Vice-President. Marilyn Banas. Treasurer, Sandra Perkins, Dale Feener, Pierette Cardinal. SECOND ROW: Elaine Arzeclc, Anamae MeQueeney. Hannah Aaron, Mary Heaphy. Joyce PFS-tey. Marilyn Davis, Lea Beer, Margaret Kasper, Joyce Miller, Elizabeth Lilly, Margaret Martent, Jane Tux- Ier, Esther Samuelson, Diane Jacobs, Paula Gilbert, Sondra Gootzit, Robert Scholsohn. THIRD ROW: Barbara Pearlman, Linda Santorelli, Sue Pinson, Ruth Frazee, Marsha Greenberg, Pa- tricia Grant, Patricia Love, Cheryl Franklin, Eileen Town, Paulette Byer, Linda Blair, Christine Mayer. Meredith Motiyeh, Celeste Morine. AMERICAN SOCIETY OE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW, L-R: Frank Bruno, Mike Eniglish, Pe+er Dribchalc, Jack Horner, SECOND ROW: Kahle, Beno, M. MosIcowH'z, S. Davis, G. Adams. R. Evans. THIRD ROW: D. Wahlquisi' R Berfasu Burno NSTITUTE OE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS I I FIRST ROW, L-R: Bob Dorinski, Herb Klein. Allen Hahn, Charles Reed, Bruse King.. SECOND ROW: Gary Spiegle, Fred Wefzler, Frank Jones, Joe Pechulis. Joan Udell. Rober-I' Baron. John Hayes John Szepese 233 ARNOLD MAIORS CLUB The Arnold Major's Club, a pro- fessional organization, was originally organized to promote physical educa- tion, health, and recreation. Various speakers advise members on the cur- rent methods and opportunities in physical education. Moreover, the members offer their services for the school's theatre evenings and U.B. day. FIRST ROW, L-R: Deborah Babbi'H', Domenic Maslriano, Gerry Amersano, Barbara Perrocco. SECOND ROW: Bob Tellier, Andrew Luisen, Maureen Kelly, Linda Peigrsen, Larry Pasquale. Paul Shulman, Gerry Hughes. The Women's Athletic Association sponsors the University intramural program in which every undergradu- ate woman may participate in the va- ried athletics. Teams from dormi- tories, sororities, and commuting areas competed in various sports for the group trophy, which is awarded at the annual banquet. 234 WOMEN 'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW, L-R: Pamela Fish, CharIoi'I'e Kohler, Linda Petersen. Judy Gusrairus, Miss Nina Melinalc. SECOND ROW: Doris Keller, Kalhy Tiberii, Harrier Werner, Barbara Perrocco, Elaine Frank, Karen Haas, Barbara Brusca, Deborah BabbiH'. Marion Leavirr, Dorfhy Bogel, Carol Deerfield, Carol Eannello. THIRD ROW: Susan Berkeland, Leona Hyman. Maureen Kelly, Denise Villardi. Tina Klaus. Janice Hy- land, Dorothy Ausrin, Lois Heilceller. Valerie Koplca. The University Orchestra partici- pates in musical presentations such as concerts, assemblies, and community affairs. A presentation of well-known worlds including classical and semi- classical as well as selections in the modern idiom is offered for those students interested in the University Orchestra. MA1oRETTEs UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA The Majorettes, the complemen- tary parading unit to the Marching Band, perform twirling skills for the enjoyment of football spectators. The squad of girls, bedecked with colorful uniforms and shining batons, march proudly to the strains of victory tunes. 235 The Student Christian Association is a group of young Protestants, who strive, through their activities, to gain a fuller understanding of their respon- sibilities as Christians. The group holds weekly discussion group meetings, which, in the past year, have featured such speakers as Dr. Rassius and Dr. van der Kroef. Each Sunday morning the group holds a worship service open to all in the Music Hall. The group also seeks to help others through worthwhile ser- vice projects. Amid their work and study, the Association finds time for the social activities which breed a keener sense of friendship and togeth- erness. The Canterbury Association is one of the newest organizations on carn- pus. It is a national student organiza- tion, conducted under the auspices of the Episcopal church. Its purpose is to promote Christian fellowship through social service, educational activities, and worship. 236 STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW, L-R: Martha J. Apgar. Corresponding Secretary: William L. Dean, President: George l-lall, Vice-President: Elaine Kish, Recording Secretary. SECOND ROW: Charles Willard, Student Chaplain: John Zorn, James Seeley, Jane Carlsten, Anne Destler, Janet Schneider, Pamela Wiggins, John Lovell, Thomas Robinson, William Green, Mel Endy, Lutheran Student Worker. NOT PICTURED: Richard G. Holdawoy, Treasurer. CANTERBURY ASSOCIATION Rev. Harry B. Whitley, Ed Bennett. Brian Anderson, President, William Wright, Advisor. NEWMAN CLUB l Maureen Kelly, Donenic Masiriano, Ben Casio, Bill Poverano, Karen Hartman, Deborah Babbifl, Pa- tricia Love, Sue Fox, Mary Heaphy, Ronnie Cavanaugh, Pat Ryan. Valerie West, Carlow Guerra. Susan Smith, Barbara Serrs, Shirley Faydn, Nancy Hoey. Patricia Dasko. l-IILLEL The main function of the New- man Club at the University is to edu- cate the whole student, stressing not only academic discipline but also the education of the "spiritual self". The Newman Club meets the religious needs of all Catholic students by pro- viding a schedule of Masses, confes- ions, religious lectures and instruc- tion, and social events, such as softball and bowling. In this way, the Newman Club meets the needs of the students through the growth and development of the Soul, the mind and the body - "To know God is to know thyself". Hillel is the jewish student organ- ization at the University of Bridge- port. This group provides for the cul- tural, religious, educational, social, and counseling needs of the Jewish college student. To further this pro- gram, the jewish Community Center has graciously offered the members the use of their facilities, including a Hillel meeting room. 237 Campus Tours Committee was founded in 1961 by Beth Seligman and Linda Silverman. Its purpose is to acquaint prospective students and their families with the school through tours of the campus by one of the guides. The Committee works with the office of Admissions and Dean Kern and a standing committee of Women's Residents Association. RIELE CLUB CAMPUS TOURS COMMITTEE FIRST ROW, L-R: CaroI Gelenter, Miss I-Iouser, Advisor, Beth Seligman, Chairman, Elli Freedman, Nat- -aIie Rosen. SECOND ROW: Ester Rosenblum, Nancy Pilzer, Roz Wetcher, Joan Marsh, Florence Marcus, Joyce Pieser, Sandra Beer, Janice Robinson, DayIe Fish, Cathy Mahoney. THIRD ROW: Linda Silverman, Judy Salamoft, Sue Shipper, Martha Atkinson, Harriet Werner, Linda Goldberg, Sue Werner, Alice Benerteld, Judy Bouer. Sue Kramer, Linda Goodsmith. FIRST ROW, L-R: Bruce Weiner, Lewis Zuchman, Joe Satz, Jeffrey Millstein, George Gruber. SECOND ROW: Dale Seiler, Larry Brezner, Art Soltan. 238 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE FIRST ROW, L-R: Lincla Lerner, Gerry Freuwirlh, Wayne Miller, Pai Blalce. SECOND ROW: Elizabelh Golino, Louise Miicliel, Joan Farlcus, Ken Kassover. THIRD ROW: Sieve Kurlansky, Reed Harrison. The Upperclassmen of the Uni- versity plan and direct a Freshman Week which is co-ordinated with the initial orientation activities of the Di- vision of the Student Personnel. The week's activities include buffets, dra- matic presentations, a jazz concert, a semi-formal Freshman Ball, and Beanie Court summons. ERESI-IMAN WEEK COMMITTEE FIRST ROW, L-R: Mrs. M. Hoichlciss, Advisor, P. I-loneychurch, D. laniello, D. Brewster, R. Kinberg E. Schwarlz, John Milliqan. -?-ECONDK ROW: Gerry Frauwlrili, Gary Thompson, Dolores Kersalconslci, Amy D'Alesio, Bill Lemoine om Fial o. THIRD ROW: Wayne Miller, Henry Feldman. 239 FIRST ROW, L-R: D. Leann, AI Senese, Sue Sharp, James Jackson, Samuel LaMonico. SECOND ROW: Pam Sellars, Mary Bowe, Carol Silverman, Joe Cersello, James Dwyer, David Senger, Irene Sean, J. Benz, Carol Kamarlc. FIRST ROW, L-R: Mary Bowe, Joe Sorsello, Al Senese, James Dwyer. Sam LaMonico. SECOND ROW: Deann Donoirio, Roni Goff- Iieb, Carol Silverman, David Senger, Doug Oldershaw, Neil Biflner. Irene Geanorcus. Carol Kamark, Linda Barry. THIRD ROW: Kafhy Wood, Pam Sellars, Sue SI-narp, Nancy Pilzer, Mary Ann Sfewarf, Judy Orlcin, Jacqueline Benz. KAPPA PI ART FRATER ITY ART GUILD I-IOMECOMING COMMITTEE ECONOMICS CLUB l S. Bufferd S Nadelson R Klnberg J Pmn sky, E Ruben T Flalko Fl RST ROW, L-R: Gary Thompson Pele Dahl Roy Francis, Dr. Sfolces, Advisor SECOND ROW: Ari Shafles, Dzclc Marslanh Dennis Paulin, Leo Mello, Jerry Gallal' Joseph May Hank Sfanieziewski. ACKNQWLEDGEMENT The most fundamental unit of achievement neces- sary to produce a publication of this magnitude is co-operation and participation, not only by the staff, but also by outsiders who lend their efforts and talents. This year we were very fortunate to have many helpful hands lent to us by competent indivi- duals. About the most important aspect of any yearbook is pictures and this year we had a fine photographer work with us, which just by itself merits award. Dick Robertson of Victor O'Neill Studios in New York took the senior pictures. As evidenced by the results of this work, Dick spent many hours making up where the staff and students were lacking. Part of the backbone of any publication is the assembling, enlarging, reducing, setting up galleys, proof-reading, suggesting layout ideas, and art con- sulting, all being summed up under the title of pub- lishing. This year we were fortunate enough to be able to retain Bradbury, Sayles, O'Neill, Hurley, Sc Thomson, Inc. as our publisher. For many years this concern has coped with problems imposed upon them by the students of U .B. Our very special thanks go to Mr. Carroll Coates, of this firm. The staff would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Hotchkiss, Director of Alumni Hall, and all her staff for their co-operation in helping us through many difficult situations. Below you see a picture of Vic Muniec, advisor to the Wistarian. The pictures surrounding him are just a few of the many which end up in the yearbook. To Vic go the heartfelt thanks of the staff who work- ed, with him in producing this year's Wistarian. We would also like to thank the many people who have contributed to the production of the 1963 Wistarian, in particular the Sikorsky Aircraft for their brilliant aerial photography. TY fuulvfns ON CAMPUS WITH OUR PATRCDN S W All AY The 1963 WISTARIAN wishes to thank the following UB parents for their kind interest: Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Ml. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr Mr M r. and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Aaron Tinkle Angelo J. Pedone Joseph Valko Frank W. Becker Philip Whitney John Krupski B. R. Eckstein and Mrs. Louis Molnar and Mrs. Max Frauwirth Finkelstein and Mrs. Robert Resta and Mrs. Fred Simmons DIRECTORY PATRICIA L. AARONS 1321 Harbor Road., Hewlett Harbor. N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Phi Delta Rho 2,3,4: Sociology Colloquium 2,3.4: Women's House Government 2. WYNNE M. ABRAHAMSON 102-05 65 Road, Forest Hills. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Music Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,3: Marching Bc Concert Bands. l,2.3,4: Music Education National Association 3,4. JOSEPH T. ABRUZZO 55 Carol Street, Lynbrook, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Kappa Beta Rho 3. RICHARD ACKLAND 33-2l5 76th St., .Tacksoh Heights, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Activities: Wistarian 2. RITA ALBINDER 7 Spoor Avenue, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Associate of Arts in Accounting Activities: JOAN ALPER 138-20 31 Rd., Flushing, New York Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Scribe 2: Literary Society 2.3: Political Relations Forum, Secretary 2. RICHARD D. ALTEN 55 N. Clede Place, Atlantic City, N.J. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2.3:- Student Spirit Committee 1: Political Relations Forum 2.3.4. President 4: Student Council Parliamentarian 4: Freshman Week Committee 4. GERALD L. AMOROSANA 52 Sunnyside Ave., Harrison, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Arnold Majors' l,2,3,4: Varsity Baseball 2,3.4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2.3.4. JUDITH L. ARNOLD 3816 Woodbine St., Chevy Chase, Md. Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Education Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 3,4: Big Sister Committee 4. LAWRENCE J. BABBITT 21 Columbine Road. Newton, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi, 2.3.4. Treasurer 3. JAMES K. BAEBEL Cliff Road, Greenwich, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Young Democrats 1.2,3: Alpha Delta Omega 1.2.31 Soci- ology Colloquium 2.3: Political Relations Forum 2.3. SONDRA F. BAER 1519 Potter Blvd., Bay Shore. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Literary Society 3: Campus Tours Committee 3,4: Women's Senate 4. PETER G. BAILEY 1460 Huntington Tpke., Trumbull. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 2.3.4. ALBERT J. BALASH 130 Horace Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in French ' Activities: Campus Thunder 1.2: French Club 3,4: Young Ameri- cans For Freedom. President, 4. BETSY L. BANOUER 20 Gordon Rd.. Waban 68. Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1.2,3,4: Student Education Association 2.3.4. MARY ANN BARRESI 28 Myrtle Street, Fall River, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4: Student Spirit Committee. Secretary 3. NANCY L. BASCH 37 East Drive, Margate City, N.J. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Campus Tours Committee, 1.2: Pen 8a Keys 2. ROSEMARY BASSELINE 46 Washington Ave.. Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Delta Tau Kappa 4: C.N.R.N.A. 4. GENE A. BEBBLE Acron H111 Rd., Woodbridge. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Engineering Activities: ROBERT W. BECKER 52 Clinton Ave., Osslning. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education I Activities: Newman Club 1: Theta Sigma 2,3,4: Arnold MaJors' 2,3,4: Wtstarian 3.4: Student Council 4. SANFORD L. BEHRENS 430 Grand Blvd., Scarsdale. N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: German Club 1.2: Chess Club 2,3,4: Circle K 3.4: Biology Society 2.3.4. CAROLE E. BELISLE 160 South St., Claremont, N.H. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2. ROBERT B. BELLITTO 518 Rornanock Rd., Fairfield Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Newman Club, 1,2.3.4: Young Democrats 2: Spanish Club 4: Sigma Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4. JACQUELINE ANN BENZ 31 Guyer Road.. Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Kappa Pi 3,4: Art Guild 3.4: SNEA 3,4. BRIAN A. BEREGSZAZY 125 Eastern Pkwy.. Devon. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Activities: Iota Delta Pi, 1.2.3.-1: Freshman Week Committee 2.3,4: American Society of Mechanical Engineering 4. JOI-IATI-IAN S. BERG 388 Old Field Road. Fairfield. Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Psychology Society 2.3. DIANE BERKOWITZ 420 Stockholm SI., Brooklyn, N.Y. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2. VICTORIA J. BEYLOUNI 88 Elm. Street Bachelor of Science in Business Education Activities: Beta Gamma 1,2,3: Wistarian 4: Marketing Club 3. JULIE M. BIAFORE 1316 Stratford Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: JERILYN BLITZ 10 Bromley Drive. W. Orange, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Business Education Activities: Hillel l.2,4: Student Education Association 3.4: Campus Thunder 4: Student Spirit Committee 4. ANTHONY P. BOBER 658 Hallett Street, Bridgeport, Conn. . H Bachelor of Art in Psychology Activities: Newman Club 1: Psychology Society 1,3.4: Sociology Colloquium 3. PAUL A. BOBKOWSKI 70 Maple Street. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society 1,2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega 2.3.4. DONALD S. BOLK 62 Arnold Street Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Omega Sigma Rho 2.3.43 Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Football 3,4: Freshman Football, Basketball. SHARON R. BOGEN 33 Lester St., Ansonla, Conn. Q Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel 1: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2: Hall Council 1. SELDEN LEE BOGLI 23 Riverside Drive, Manchester, Conn.. . . l Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Varsity Soccer 2,3.4: Alpha Gamma Phi 3,4: Arnold Majors' 4: Intramural Basketball, Volleyball 1,2,3,4. RONALD M. BONOLLO 30 Archer St., Bellingham, Mass. A Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Varsity Baseball 3.4. CYNTHIA F. BORAWSKI 20 Taylor St., Torrington. Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Campus Thunder 1: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2. TRUDANCE ANN BORSTEL Falmouth, Maine Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2. JOHN F. BOSKELLO 131 Byram Road, Byram, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 4. RICHARD K. BOWMAN 81 Rhode Island Ave., Lincoln, R.I. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi 3.4: Men's Senate 3. DONNA L. BROWNFELD 2405 Avenue L, Brooklyn, N.Y. .I Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Scribe 2: Sociology Colloquium 3.4: Delta Tau Kappa 3,4. KILIAN H. BRECI-I 26 Pond Street, Milford. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering RUTH J. BRENNER 53 Park Ave., Port Chester, N.Y. D A Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3.4. LAWRENCE I. BREZNER 62-59 108 Street, Forest Hills. N.Y. U I . Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Pi Omega Chi 1,2.3,4: Student Council 2: Psychology Society 3,4. LINDA A. BRODEN Chappagua Road. Briarcliff, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Phi Delta Rho 1,2.3,4: Student Education Association 2.3.4: Spanish Club 2. FRED BRODSKY 2616 Avenue V, Brooklyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Business Administration WELTHEA C. BROWN 32 Porter St., Watertown, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing JULIANA E. BRUEHWILER 754 Pleasant Ave.. Westbury, N.Y. l I .Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Newman Club 2: Pen 8: Keys 2. PETER M. BUCCIERI 2.4 Harold Street. Greenwich. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Newman Club 1,2,3,4: Engineering Society 1,2.3.4: I.R.E.. A.I.E.E., 3.4. DIANE M. BUCHINO 746 Brooks Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Accounting Activities: Newman Club 1: Chi Sigma Delta 2: Freshman Week Committee., 2: Homecoming Committee 2. SHELDON B. BUFFERD 344 Pacific Street, Bridgeport Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Hillel 1,2.3: Homecoming co-chairman 2.3: Beta Alpha 3. PAUL J. BUI-IAN 27 Rennell Court, Bridgeport, Conn. - A Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Alpha Delta Omega 1.2: Biology Society 3,4. SUSAN S. BURROUGHS 814 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in English Activities: Literary Society 3. EDITH M. BUTLER 156 Westfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. . . 1 Associate of Science in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1.2. KENNETFH F. BYERS 2261 Strattleld Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Campus Thunder 1,2,3.4: Iota Delta Pl 1.2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee, 2.3.4. ROBERT J. BYITECK, JR. 133 Reid Street. Fairfield, Conn. U Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3.4: Varsity Baseball 2.3: Arnold Magors 3,4: Student Education Association 3. ANGELA M. CALABRESE 110 Edgemoor Road, Bridgeport, Conn. D .Associate of Science in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen Sz Keys 1. BRUCE C. CALLAHAN 39 Montrose Avenue, Verona, N.J. ' U Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 3,4: Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4: Men's Senate 4. BARBARA JEAN CALZA 19 So. Whitt . . . Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Beta Gamma 1.2: Women's Resident Association 1. ELIZABETH A. CAMMARANO 107 Beatrice Drive, Welt Haven, Conn. I I Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Education Activities: BARBARA F. CANFIELD 50 Evelyn Street, Trumbull, Conn. I v .Associate of Science in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen. 8: Keys 1.2. JANE E. CARLSTEN Falls River Drive, Ivoryton, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Student Christian Association 23 Pen 8: Keys 2. MARILYNN G. CARRIER 31 Evergreen Parkway Associate of Science in General Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1. ELIZABETH F. CARROZZA Camp Street, Plainville, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Beta Gamma 1,23 Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. SANDRA P. CASE 198 E. Lakewood St., Patchogue, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Beta Gamma 23 Arnold Majors 2,3Q Hall Council 1,2,3. VIVIAN J. CASERTA 124 Old Battery Road. Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,23 Freshman Week Committee 2. GORDON M. CASSANO 1399 Norman Street, Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Iota Delta Pi 1,2,3,4: Campus Thunder 3: Freshman Week Committee 2,33 Young Democrats 1. FRANK R. CASTAGNARO 1840-81st Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Varsity Football 2,3: A Cappella Choir 3. FLORENCE A. CATERSON 55 Shaw Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Music Education Activities: VERONICA R. CAVANAUGH 25 Hale Street. W. Springfield. Mass. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,23 Gymnastics team 2. JOHN J. CHACHO 15 Ketchum St., Westport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman Club 2: Arnold Majors 3: Student Education Association 33 Varsity Track 4. FRANK A. CIANCUILLO 50 Park Avenue, Portchester. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Activities: GLORIA J. CINTRON 906 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education A A Activities: Chi Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4: National Education Association 1,2,3,4: Student Education Association l,2,3,4. ANGELO A. COCCO 337 Northfield Drive. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Newman Club 1: Omega Sigma Rho 2,3,43 Sociology Colloquium 2,3,4: Pi Gamma Mu 3,41 Spanish Club 2.3: Political Relations Forum 4. VIRGINIA M. COCCO 1977 North Avenue. Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Arts in English Activities: Spanish Club 1,4: Literary Society 1,2,3,4: Political Re- lations Forum 3,4: French Club 4: Young Republicans 3,4. SUSAN COE 20 Scofield Place, East Norwalk. Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: JANICE COHEN 25 Pond Park Rd.. Great Neck. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Ed-ucation Association l,2,3,4: Hall Council 3: Big Sister Committee 4. ROSEMARIE E. CONTE 131 Hawley Ave.. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in French Activities: Newman Club 13 French Club 1,2,3,4: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 3,43 National Education As- sociation 1,2,3,4. DEBORAH s. coox 1510 Pine st.. Berwick. Penne. Associate of Science 'in Dental Hygiene Activities: U.B. Marching Band 1,2: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2: Women's Senate 1. LOIS COREY Montgomery Parkway. Branford. Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. ELIZABETH A. CORTESI Huntsville Road, Falls Village, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene A Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,21 Campus Tours Committee 1,2: Hall Council 2. CAROL K. COVIELLO 2078 Park Avenue, Bridgeport. Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Biology Club 2: Pen 8: Keys 2. JOHN COWRAS, JR. 8 George Avenue, Norwalk. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering BRENDA G. CRUSOW 112 High Ridge Rd.. Easton, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene JOHN ROBERT CSIZMAR M Lewis Street, Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder 2,3,43 Scribe 33 Alphi Phi Omega 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 3.4: German Club 1: Student Edu- cation Association 1,2,3,4. JO ANN CULETTO 3152 Gaucho Drive, Las Vegas. Nevada Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising A Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 132: Student Spirit Committee 1,22 Major- ettes 1,2. PETER G. DAHL 69 Garden Street, Stratford. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Economics Club 3,4. HELEN M. DAGHLIAN 758 Ocean Ave., ANew London. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Registered Nurses Association 4. VICTOR A. D'ALESS1O 659 Woodside Ave., Port Reading, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design A Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 1,2,3,4: Newman Club 1,23 Industrial Design Society 2,3,4- GERALDENE DAPKINS Burnt Swamp Road. Wpvdbridse- Corm- Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene . DASKO 3 S. Center Street. Orange. NJ- PAT M Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman club 1,2,s,4: Cheerleadmg 3.4: WRA 1.2.3-4- JUDITH C. DAVID 41 Woltpit Ave., Norwalk, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Arts in French Activities: French Club 2,3,4: German Club 2,3,4: Alliance Fran- caise 2.3. I BARBARA H. DAVIS 1126 E 8 Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. A AA Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: WRA 33 National Education Association 3,43 Student Education Association 3,4. MILLIE DE ANGELO 150 Pinepoint Drive, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Aristeia 4. BARBARA A. DE BRECENY 107 Princeton St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association l,2,3,4: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,41 French Club 2. ELAINE S. DELUCA 490 Clark Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. PHILIP J. D'ERAMO 111 D'Eramo Place, Bridgeport, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Sociology Colloquium 3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: Delta Tau Kappa 4. THERESA R. D'ERAMO 4150 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn.. Bachelor of Science in Music Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4: Campus Thunder 1.2,3,4: Biology Club 43 Music Club 2,3. MARTHA A. DINA 150 Light Street, Stratford, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Actgvilties: Chi Sigma Delta 2,3,43 NEA 2,3,4: SEA 2,3,4Q Aristeia FREDERICK J. DIRGA 96 Barclay Street, Bridgeport, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Sociology Colloquium 1: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,43 French Club 23 SEA 4. TODD H. DIXON 25 Georgia Ave., Elgin Air Force Base. Florida A A A Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Spanish Club 2: Historical Society 3,4. 63 Daytona Avenue, Devon, Conn. WILLIAM J. DIXON A A A Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Activities: Iota Delta Pi 2,3,43 Engineering Society 2,3. 303 Romain Ave., Pompton Lakes. N.J. SANDI P. DORFMAN Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 2,4: NEA 2,4: CEA 2,4. ROBERT W. DOROZENSKI 82 Monroe Street, Milford. Conn. A AA Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Scholar's Dinner 2,3. PETER D. DRIPCHAK 59 Moulthrop St., Ansonia, Conn. A AA Bachelor ot Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 2.3,4: American Society of Mechanical Engineering 3,4. WALTER J. DROZECK 203-17 St., Brooklyn. N.Y. A AA Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 2,3,43 Varsity Football 33 Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4. JOHANN V. DUDAK 327 Clark Street, Bridgeport, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Activities: Newman Club 13 Theta Epsilon 2,3,43 Freshman Week Committee 3: Spanish Club 4. LAURENCE E. ECKSTEIN 32 Wendover Road. Longmeadow, Mau. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4Q NEA 1.2,3,4. BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS 9 Rennay Rd., Seymour, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 3,43 Society for the Advancement of Management 4. FREDERIC G. EICHHORN 46 High Ridge Road, Fairfield. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Circle K Club 3,43 Beta Alpha 2,3,4. MICHAEL T. ENGLISH Clara Drive, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society l,2,3,4: Sigma Phi Alpha 2,3,4: New- man Club 43 A.S.M.E. 3,4. GAIL H. EPSTEIN 41 Wolfpit Ave., Norwalk. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing NANCY A. ESPOSITO 111 Truman Street, Bridgeport, Conn. A AA Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,2. WILFRED G. EVERETT, JR. Williams Street, Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4: Newman Club 4: S.A.M. 4. ALBERT R. FABRIZI 245 Palisade Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4: Beta Alpha 2,3,4. SUSAN N. FAULKNER 25 Highland Road, Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts i.n English Activities: Aristeia 4. JANICE R. FEDDERSEN 435 Grove Ave., Metuchen, N.J. A AA Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Chi Sigma Delta 2,3,43 Student Nurses Association 1,2,3,4. RONALD M. 1-'EFFER 733 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,4. JUDITH F. FELD 607 Baeder Rd 1, Jenkintown, Penn. Associate of Arts in Drama Activities: Campus Thunder 1,22 Student Council 13 Italian Club 23 Freshman Week Committee 2: Big Sister Committee 2. JERRY FELDMAN 1449-41 Street, Brooklyn. N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel 13 Pi Omega Chi 1,2,3,4Q Spanish Club 2.3: Basket! ball 1,2,3,4: Student Council 4. DOM R. FERRARA 175 Saltonstall Ave., New Haven, Conn. A AA Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Varsity Basketball 2.3: Pi Omega Chi 2. ANDREW 1... FIGLAR 140 Ellsworth St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Alpha Delta Omega 3,4: Young Republicans 2,3: SEA 2,3,4: Historical Society 3,4. DORIS L. I-'INK 8529 Coventry Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder 2: SEA 1,2.3,4: NEA l,2,3,4: Student Spirit Committee 3. NAYDA J. FINKELSTEIN 255 May Street, Worcester, Mess. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. SUSANNE M. FINKELSTEIN 60 Woodside Rd., Maplewood, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4: Young Democrats 2: SEA 1,2,3,4: Russian Club 4: Wistarian 4. JOHN T. I-'ITZSIMONS 79 Ramble Lane, Levittown, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Arnold Majors 1: Omega Sigma Rho 3,4: SEA 3,4. DAVID M. FLESCI-INER 1336 E wth St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing I Activitigsg IIVarsity Football 2,3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 3,4: Marketing C u , . PETER F. FLYNN 19 Rogers Place, Hyde Park, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi 3,4: Spanish Club 4: Italian Club 4: Group for Purposive Thought 4. DOUGLAS J. 1-'ORCHIELL1 61 Hickory Rd., Naugatuck. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education WILLIAM A. 1-'OSSUM Gilliam Lane, Riverside, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4: Marketing Club 4: Society for the Advancement of Management 4. SHIRLEY A. FOX 218 W. River Street, Milford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies ROY C. FRANCIS 7 Lawrence Street, Milford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4: Economics Club 3,4. LINDA M. FRASER 167 Union Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising GERALD H. FRAUWIRTH 350 Wade Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4: Political Relations Forum 2,3,4: Young Republicans 2,3,4: Helicon 4: Student Council 4: Alum.n1 Hall Board of Governors 3,4: Artisteia 4. JUDITH A. I-'RAY 8 Clark Road. Trumbull, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen dz Keys 1,2. BONNIE FREEMAN 104-60 Oueens Blvd. Forest Hill, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 2,3,4: NEA 2,3,4: WRA 1,2. CYNTHIA M. FREEMAN 302 Maryland Avenue, Paterson, N.J. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology I Activities: Campus Tours 3,4: Scribe 4: Freshman Week Commit- tee 3. ARTHUR M. FRESSOLA 1998 Broadbridge Ave., Stratford. Conn. Associate of Science in Advertising RITA H. FRIEDMAN 429A Herricks Rd., New Hyde Park, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 4. J O-ANN S. I-'RIESE 10 Chipmunk Lane, Darien, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4. SANDRA W. FROST 83 Reitter Street, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys l,2. KAREN A. FUNTERAL 56 Munson Street, Milford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club 1: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: SEA 2,3,4: Fresh- man Week Committee 4. CAROLYN S. GAER 118 Lawler Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene CHESTER W. GALA West Street, Oxford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 2,3,4: Bridge Club 4. GERRY GALATT 1535 Walton Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Economics Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi, l,2,3,4: Scribe 4: Social Activities Committee 1,2,3: Student Council 1.3. SI-IARRON C. GALLUP 765 Whtppoorwill Lane, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys l,2. IRENE GEANURACOS 82 Harmony St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Student Council 3: SEA 3,4: Kappa Pi 4: Art Guild 4. DONNA A. GERARD 190 Rose St., Massapequa Park, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Psychology Society 4: Hall Council 3. JOYCE GERBER 726 Huntington Rd., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 4. NORMAN C. GERING 27 Squirrel Dr., E. Rockaway, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry SUSAN C. GIAMPAOLO 209 Woodside Ave., Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 1,2,3,4. ELLEN R. GILLEO 72 Llberty Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Activities: German Club 2,3: Physical Science Club 2. SUSAN A. GINESIN 2175 Hudson Terr., Fort Lee, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: NEA l,2,3,4: SEA 1,2,3,4: CEA 1,2,3,4: Hall Council 3,4. BARBARA J. GOLDBERG 8 Baldpate Hill Rd., Newton, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2: NEA 3,4: CEA 3,4: SEA 3,4: Campus Tours 1. DANIEL R. GOLDMAN 580 East 17 St., Brooklyn, N.Y. I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Floor Government 4. JULIAN GOLDSMITH 138 Seacord Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y. I I I I Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma 2,3,4g Scribe 2. BARBARA J. GOMEZ 203 E. Hibiscus Dr., Chalfont, Perma. I I I Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: College of Nursing, Registered Nurses' Assoc. 4. STEPHEN J. GORDON 1570 East 14th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. I I I IBache1orIof Science in Physical Education Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma 1,2,3,4: Freshman Basketball 1: Freshman Soccer 1. MARIJANE GOTSCI-I 1509 North Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Theta Sigma 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM C. GREEN Stockbridge, Vermont Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4: Circle K 2,3,4: Student Christian Association 2,3,4: SEA 3,4: A Cappella Choir 4. DORIS G. GREENSPAN BD Yale Street, Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Arts in French Activities: French Club 3,4: SEA 3,4. HOWARD D. GREENSTEIN 127 Wayne St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing JAMES F. GREENWOOD 7 Wayland Rd., Milford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education ANDREW A. GRIZ 2950 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology STEPHANIE AI GRIZ 2950 Madison Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2: Student Christian Association 1. RONA D. GROSS 1759 E. 22 Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Phi Delta Rho 2,3,4: SEA 3,4: CEA 3,4: NEA 3,4. JOAN M. GRUCE I I 26 Johnson Rd., Trumbull, Conn. I I I Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,2. SANDRA A. GUASTELLA 105 Nichols Ave., Stratford, Conn. I I I Associate of Science in Accounting Activities: Theta Epsilon 1: Wistarian 2: Freshman Week Comm. 2. GEORGE GULASH, JR. 192 Weber Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4: Beta Alpha 3,4: Ski Club 4, ELIZABETH ANN GUZZI 95 Edwards St.. Bridgeport, Conn. I I I Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Campus Thunder 1,2,3,4: Chi Zeta Rho 1,2,3,4: SEA 1,2.3,4: Freshman Week Committee 4: Knight of Thunder 3,4. ALAN S' HAHN 1745 Huliiligton Tpke., Trumbull, Conn. ACII III Eacheloi-I of Sgience in Electrical Engineering V1 1953 IIEIHSGTIHE ocie y 1,2: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ,4: ' 3.4: Amateur Radio Club 3,45 3 Cmle K WILLIAM E. HALL 31 Riggs St., Ansonla, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education B. REED HARRISON 1369 Belvedere Ave., Baton Rouge, La. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Theta Sigma 2,3,4: U.B. Concert Choir 3,4: Student Council 4: AHSBD 4. DEBORAH L. HARTLEY 403 Beach 133 St., Belle Harbor, I..I. I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Wistarian 1,2: Campus Thunder 1,2: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: NEA 4: SEA 4: CEA 4: Student Spirit Comm. 1,23 Young Re- publicans l. THERESA C. HARVEY 4 Chelsea St., New London, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 2. ROBERT D. I-IEAPHY 1540 Norman Street, Bridgeport, Conn. I I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman Club 1: Omega Sigma Rho 2,4: Arnold Ma- jor's Club 3: Varsity Baseball 2. LINDA M. HEBERT 14 Darina Place, Milford, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene JUDY L. HEINLE 4 Woodside Dr., North Haven, Conn. I Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: Student Nurses' Assoc. 2,3,4: Po- litical Relation Forum 2: Honor Council 4. JOSEPH E. HELLER 23 Henrietta Blvd., Amsterdam, N.Y. I I Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Circle K 3: Beta Alpha 4. HARVEY A. HERBER 2301 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 1,2,3,4: Varsity Basketball 2,3,4: Interfraternity Council 2: Arnold Majors' Club 3,4. EDWARD HERR 85 Youngstown Rd., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4. ALBERT HESS 142-21 26 Ave., Flushing, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History CAROL F. HETHERINGTON 292 Buena Vista Rd.. Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Student Nurses Assoc. 1,2,3,4. HELENE M. HETLING 66 Cross St., Beacon, N.Y. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Newman Club 2: Hall Secretary 2. JAMES W. HILL Aramco Box 1596, Dhahran, Saud! Arabia Bachelor of Science in Industrial Journalism Activities: Scribe 1.2,3,4: Editor 3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4. ROBERT L. HOLT 3711 Main Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: ASME 3,4. LAWRENCE S. HORN 14 Kelsey Place, Lynbrook, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Freshman Soccer. MINNA R. HOROVITZ 130 Beethoven Ave., Waban, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,4: Political Relations Forum 1,2: A Cappella Choir 2,3: NEA 4. KENNETH R. HUNTER 4 Newbern, West Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: Psychology Society 2,3: Circle K 3: Group for Pur- posive Thought 3. SI-IEILA C. I-IURLEY 15 Woodruff St., Southington, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 3,4: Milestone Committee 4. LINDA A. HYATT 224 West Main St., Plainville, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. DANIEL J. IANNIELLO 495 Shelton St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: Newman Club 1,2: Iota Delta Pi 2,3,4: A.S.M.E. 3,4: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,4: Engineering Society 1,2: SAM 2. BARBARA C. IGNATOWSKI 143 Derby Ave., Derby, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club 1,23 Chi Sigma Delta 3,43 SEA 1,2,3: NEA 1,2,3: CEA 1,2,3: Freshman Week Committee 2,3. PETER F. INGENLOFF 336 Locust Ave., Port Chester, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design JUDITH A. JACOBSON 5143 Post Riverdale Y. . , N. Associate of Arts in General Education Activities: Hillel 1: Big Sister 2. JOSEPH C. .IAIVIILKOWSKI 20 Lake Ave., West Haven. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing ROBERT J. JANUSKA 42 Kirl-:ham Ave., East Haven, Conn. Associate of Science in Biology Activities: Biology Society 1,2,3Q Historical Society 2,3. LLOYD G. JENKINS 258 Ewingville Road Bachelor of Science in Political Science Activities: Delta Tau Kappa 3,4: Political Relations Forum 3: Student Council 4: Sigma Omicron Sigma 4. BARBARA J. KAHN 300 Greenway Rd., Lido Beach. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 1,2,3: Inter-fraternity Council 2,3,4: Honor Council 3: HOWARD KALINSKY 128 Sunset Dr., Hempstead, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel l,2,3: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2,3,4: Marketing Club 33 Student Council 1,2, CAROL F. KAMARCK 714 Chestnut Ave., Teaneck, NJ. Bachelor of Science in Art Education JUDITH A. KEDES 81 Hebron St., Hartford. Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1: Hillel 1. KAREN M. KELL 285 Main St., Attica. N.Y. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1.2. BRUCE A. KING 222 Pilterbed Rd., Wilton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 2: Amateur Radio Club 3,4: I.R.E.- A.I.E.E. 3,4. HERBERT KLEIN 204 Burnsford Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: IRE 3,4. FRANK D. KLEINER 116 Soundview Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4: Marketing Club 1,2,3,4Q German Club l,4. RICHARD A. KOALCHIC 17 Skokorat St., Seymour, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Sociology Colloguium 2,3,4: Alpha Delta Omega 3,43 Young Democrats 4: Political Relations Forum 3,4. DAVIDA I. KORTEZ 44 Manomet St., Brockton, Mass. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2: Student Spirit Comm. 1: Po- litical Relations Forum 2. KATHRYN KORMONDY 583 Wolcott Ave.. Beacon, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Campus Thunder 1, Cheerleading 1,2,3: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4: SEA 2,3,4Q CEA 4. ROBERT D. KORN 6601 Broadway, Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Student Council 1: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2,3,4: WPKN 3: Economics Club 4. SUZANNE A. KRAMER 188-17 50 St., Flushing, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Wistarian 1: Campus Thunder 3: Student Nurses' As- sociation l,3,4. CYNTHIA J. KRANYIK 36 Fiske St., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Activities: German Club 1: Physical Science Club 2. LINDA KRICHMAN 824 Avenue C, Bayonne. N.J. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Delta Rho 1: SEA 13 Cea 1. JOY S. KROIN 7 Cambridge Ave., Garfield, N.J. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4: SEA l,2,3,43 Chi Sigma Delta 4: Campus Thunder 2,3,4: Artisteia 4: Who's Who in Americal Colleges and Universities 3,4. ELVIRA I-I. KROZIER 1517 Stratfield Rd., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: NEA 1,2,3,4: German Club 2,3: Political Relations Forum 3: Biology Club 2.4: History Club 3. HELENE D. KRUH 1318 Plirnpton Ave., Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Phi Delta Rho l,2,3,43 Pi Gamma Mu 3.4: Delta Tau Kappa 3.4: Sociology Colloquium 2,3,4. JOHN F. KRUPSKI 160 Eastern Pkwy., Devon, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in French I Activities: French Club 2,3,4: German Club 3,4: Circle K 3,4. JOHN W. KUCK 87 Eunice Pkwy., Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society 2,3,4. ALICE I-I. KUEFNER 37 Hayes Drive, Milford, Conn. Associate of Science in Business Activities: Freshman Week Committee 2: Wistarian 2. DENNIS R. KURTZ 107-40 Queens Blvd. Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 2,3,4. SAMUEL J. LA MONICO 81,6 North Ave., Derby, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: SEA 2,3,4: Iota Delta Pi 2,3,4: AHSBD 2,3,4: Student Council 3,4: Kappa Pi 3,4: Circle K 4: Art Club 3,4. PAMELA LAMPELL 165 McKinley Ave.. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 3,4: International Club 3. MARY ANN E. LANGANKE Box 192, Shelton Rd., Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Sociology Colloquium 3,4: Delta Tau Kappa 3,4: Pi Gamma Mu 3,43 Historical Society 4. MARIAN N. LANGSTON 25 Orange St., Stratford, Conn. I I I Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Student Christian Association 1: Pen 8.: Keys 1.2: Wistarian 2. RENA E. LASHIN 151 Dover Rd., West Hartford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Legal Secretarial Studies Activities: Hillel 1,2: Pen 8: Keys 1.2. CAROL L. LAYTON 453 Ridge Rd., Orange, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,23 Biology Club 2. RONA L. LAZIN 2'lV2 Priscilla Rd.. Brighton, Mau. I I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1: SEA 1,2,3,4: Phi Delta Rho 2,3,43 Scribe 2,4: Who's Who in American Colleges 8: Universities 3: Wistarian 2. ROBERT J. LESXO 527 Garden Ave.. Woodbridge, NJ. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Varsity Football 2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4. WING-YEE V. LEUNG 10 Kow Wah, New Village, Hong Kong Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: German Club 3,4: Christian Association 3: International Club 4: Biology Society 4. BARBARA L. LEVINE 159 Howard Ave., Roosevelt, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 3,4: Women's Senate 2,3. JOAN H. LEVINE 23 Glovers Lane, Easton, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: International Social Science Honor Society 2. SHELLY LEVITT 431 E. Walnut St., Long Beach, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 1,2,3,4: NEA 1,3,4: Big Sister Comm. 2. I-IERMAN G. LEVYNE 502 Jamaica Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel 1: Sigma Iota Gamma 1: Historical Society 3,4. BARRY LIEBERMAN 72 Stratford Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Hillel 1: Pi Omega Chi 1,3,4: Marketing Club 3. CAROL M. LIEBLEIN 13025 Emerald Lake Drive, N. 1VI.i.ami, Pla. Bachelor of Science in Merchandising Actgvaties: Newman Club 2,3,4: Marketing Club 3,4: Resident Asst. LORRAINE S. LIEBLEIN 135-22 Francis Lewis Blvd., Laurelton, N.Y. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Hillel 1,2: Pen 8: Keys 2: Big Sister Comm. 2. RUTH ANNE LIEHN 26 Chatfield Dr.. Trumbull, Conn. Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Student Christian Association 1,2: Freshman Week Comm. 2. MARGARET A. LIND 3 Walmsley Rd.. Darien, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Education Activities: Campus Thunder 1,23 Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2: Wistarian 2,3,4: Theta Epsilon 3,41 International Club 4: Orchestra 1,2,3,4: Student Christian Association 1,2. WARREN R. LINDER 39 Hemlock Rd., Meriden, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega l,2,3,4: Campus Thunder 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 2,3,4: Bridge Club 4: Scribe 4. BONNIE C. LINETT 8 Vernon Street, Stratford. Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen Sc Keys 1,2. RICHARD LIPSIT 239 Daisy Farms Dr., Scarsdale, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: Sigma Iota Gamma 23 Varsity Track 2. BARRY P. LIPTON 24 Tecumseh Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Spanish Club 1,4: Sigma Lambda Chi 2,3,4: Political Relations Forum 4. JO-ANN F. LIPTON 2200 Grand Ave., Bronx. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Music Education Activities: Music Club 1,2,3: Orchestra 1: Beta Gamma 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4. KAREN H. LIPTON 27 E. 37 Street, Paterson, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1: SEA 1,2,3,4: NEA 1,2,3,4. ADELE H. LISKOV 560 Amsterdam Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Chi Sigma Delta 1,2: Biology Club 2: Pen 8-r Keys 2. JOSEPH A. LOCONTO 255 Lincoln Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. I Bachelor of Science in Graphic Arts Activities: Campus Th-under l,2,3,43 Sigma Iota Gamma 1: Knights of Thunder 3,4. RICHARD J. LOFARO 27 Haines Blvd., Port Chester, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Marketing Club 4: Newman Club 4: S.A.M. 4. GAIL P. LOMBARD 8 Seminary Rd., Simsbury, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Q Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,23 CEA 13 Jr. American Dental Hygienists Assoc. 1,21 Campus Tours 13 Hall Council 1. JOHN D. LONGO 322 E. Palisades Blvd., Palisades Park. N.J. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman Club 13 Kappa Beta Rho l,2,3,43 Football 2,33 Track 2,4. JOHN G. LOVELL 185 Alcott Rd.. Rochester, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: S.A.M. 1.2.43 Kappa Beta Rho 2,3,4Q Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3. noaaar LUBUS 154 Triangle si. Bachelor of Science in Marketing JAMES W. LYNCH 352 Yale Ave., New' Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education , Activities: Omega Sigma Rho l,2,3,43 Football Varsity l,2,3,43 Arnold Majors' Club l,2,3,4. FLORENCE M. MACORA 21 Frederick St.. Trumbull, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys l,2. JOHN E. MAKAR 10 Halcyon Place, Yonkers, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry Activities: German Club 3,4. R. SUZANNE MALINE 242 Farmington Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Campus Thunder 13 Chairman Fall Fashion Show 2. WILLIAM F. MANGER 18 Coram Rd., Shelton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,43 Sports Car Club 2,3,4Q Beta Alpha 2,3,4. THOMAS MARCELLO 30 McKinley Street, Brentwood, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Freshman Soccer: Varsity Soccer 2,33 SEA 2,3,43 Alpha Gamma Phi 1,2,3,4. DOUGLAS P. MARQUIS 35 King Philip Rd., Pawtucket, R.I. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science DANIEL J. MARRANZINO 147 Freeman Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Omega Sigma Rho 2,43 Freshman Football3 Varsity Track 4. JOAN E. MARSH 1660 East Ridge Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Campus Thunder l,2,3,43 Freshman Week Comm. 23 WRA l,2,3,43 S.A.M. 4. NILA V. MARSH 80 Tesiny Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene KATHLEEN A. MARTIN 109 Youngstown Rd., Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 81 Keys 13 Biology Club 2. DOMINIC J. MASTRIANO 91 Vernon St., Providence, R.I. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education n Activities: Newman Club l,2,3,43 Arnold MaJor's Club 2,3,43 Sigma Phi Alpha 3,43 Varsity Soccer 43 Gymnastic Team 3. BENJAMIN F. MATHEWS, JR. 4010 Hill Ave., Bronx, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 33 Circle K 4. RALPH A. MATTEO 34 Liberty Street, Middletown, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Newman Club 3,43 Delta Tau Kappa 3,41 Sociology Col- loquium 3,43 Upsilon Beta Sigma 3,43 Men's Senate 3,43 March- ing Band 3.4. CHARLES JOSEPH MATUSOVICH 29 Grove Street, Ansonia, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering ' Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,43 A.S.M.E. 2,3,4. MICHAEL P. MAURIELLO 9 Hine Place, New Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education AGNES D. MC CARTHY 345 Highland Ave., Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 4. SHARON E. MC CARTHY 28 Woodbridge Ave., Ansonia, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Arnold Majors 1,2,3,4Q Newman Club 13 Theta Epsilon 2,3,4Q Cheerleading 2.3. CAROL M. MC LELLAN 32 Hawkins Street, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,2. PATRICIA A. MELBOURNE 216 Ann Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,22 Freshman Week Committee 2. MARY E. MELESINSKI 132 Harmony St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education JEFFREY R. MILET 142 Colony St., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Psychology Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 1,2,3,4, Campus Thunder 2,33 Knights MARIANNE R. MINUTOLA 230 Glenwood Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Political Relations Forum 1,22 AHSBD 1,22 Chi Zeta Rho 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 SEA 2,3,43 Freshman Week Comm. 2,3,4. BARBARA E. MITNIK 281 Knowlton St., Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 3,42 Newman Club 33 SEA 3,43 Chi Sigma Delta 3,4. LOIS E. MOLNAR 21562 Broadbridge Ave., Stratford, Conn. Associate of Science in Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8: Keys 1,2Q Freshman Week Committee 2. PETER S. MORENSTEIN 87 Lyncroit Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Industrial Design Society 2,3,4. BERNADINE MORGAN 5707 E. 18th St., Wichita, Kansas Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: SNA 1,2,3,4. THOMAS A. MORICO 58 Hickory Street, West Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,42 Men's Senate 23 Marketing Club 4: SAM 4. LINDA H. MOSELLE 56 Fowler Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel 13 Phi Omicron Upsilon 1,2. IRIS S. MOST 425 Westfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Chi Sigma Delta 43 Conn. Nurses Assoc. 2,4. CHARLOTTE M. MRAZIK 171 Funston Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Actiggiesz Marketing Club 2,3,43 A Cappella Choir 2,33 Chi Zeta o 3,4. JUDSON J. MUNDORF 5613 Palisade Ave. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Omega Sigma Rho 1,2,3,4I Varsity Football 2,31 Sociology Colloquium 2. TERUO MURAKAMI 500 Linwood Drive, Fort Lee, N.J. Associate of Science in Advertising Activities: International Club Vice President 1, Treasurer 2. PATRICIA J. MURATORI 1043 Capitol Ave.. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in English Activities: Literary Society 23 Newman Club 23 Young Democrats 23 The Scribe 33 Wistarian 4. ANITA L. NARCISO 2 Ashaway Rd., Westerly, RJ. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 3.4. BARBARA A. NEARY 190 Whitney Ave., Bridgeport, Connl Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: SEA l,2,3,43 Chi Zeta Rho 3,43 Newman Club 4. STEPHEN D. NESTERIAK 8 Leavenworth Rd., Shelton, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,43 S.A.M. 2,31 Marketing Club 2,32 Newman Club 3,4. CONSTANCE G. NILL 129 Second Ave., Brentwood, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Arnold Major's Club l,2,3,43 Theta Epsilon 2,3,4I New- man Club 1. JOAN M. NORKUS 115 Tuller Road, Fairfield, Conn. l . . Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education Activities: Newman Club 2,3,43 German Club 2,3,43 Biology Society 33 SEA 3,43 Wistarian 3,42 International Club 23 Young Demo- crats 2,3,4. MURIEL C. OBERG 240 Hillside Rd., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: CNRNA 43 Delta Tau Kappa 4. DANIEL R. 0'CONNELL 323 Hawthorne Ave., Derby, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Concert Choir 3,4. RENA OILAN' 45 St. Pauls Rd., Hempstead, N.Y. I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: SEA 43 Resident Assistant 4. ROBERT C. O'NEILL Clear Lake Rd., N. Branford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: SNA 1,2,3,4. MATTHEW A. ONUSKA 600 Broadhridge Rd., Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Spanish Club 13 Sigma Phi Alpha 2,33 S.A.M. 3,43 J Sociology Colloquium 23 Marketing Club 3. JUDITH B. ORKIN 10 Mellon Ave., West Orange, N.J. D Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,43 Student Spirit Committee 2,42 SEA 3,43 Art Club 43 Campus Thunder 4. RUSSELL D. PALMER 260 Noroton Ave., Darien, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing of Thunder 3,4. FRANK .T. MILLER 18 DeBell Ct., Passaic. N.J. Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Activities: Wistarian, Art 8: Layout Editor 2,33 Interfaith Assoc. 4. SAMUEL MILLER 226 Overland Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi l,2,3,43 Marketing Club 2,3,43 S.A.M. 4. SANDRA E. MILLER Hurd Ave., Monroe, Conn. JOHN M. Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising MILLIGAN 151 Cloverdale Circle, New Shrewsbury, N.J. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Activities: Russian Club 33 AHSBD 33 Iota Delta Pi 43 Freshman Week Committee 4. GAIL E. MINTY 110 Hickory St., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Student Nurses Assoc. l,2,3,43 Christian Assoc. 13 Theta Epsilon 2,3,4. Activities: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,43 Marketing Club 3,41 S.A.M. 3.4. ROSEMARIE D. PAPARIELLC 56 Berkshire Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Science in Medical Secretarial Studies Activities: Newman Club 1,21 Pen 8z Keys 1,21 Freshman Week Comm. 2. RUTH E. PAOUIN 1623 Rodman St., Fall River, Mass. I H Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Biology Society l,2,3,43 SEA 3,4. LINDA B. PARIS Pequot Drive, E. Norwalk, Conn. . t Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen 8.: Keys 3. RICHARD M. PARLATO 246 Ward St., Wallingford, Conn. l U Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: S.A.M. 43 Marketing Club 43 Newman Club 4. LARRY J. PASOUALE 1792 W 10 St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Omega Sigma Rho 1,43 Football l,2,3,43 Newman Club 13 Arnold Majors' Club 4. DENNIS J. PAULIN 1509 North Ave.. Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Activities: Student Council 2: Theta Sigma 3,4: Sports Car Club 3: Political Relations Forum 3,4: Economics Club 3. LOUIS J. PEARLIN 35 Bellevue Rd. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 4. DAVID E. PEARSON 8 Woodclift Rd., Andover. Mass. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Arnold Majors' Club l,2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi l,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,4: Football 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH W. PECHULIS 86 Ridgely Ave., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor ot Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: AIEE 4. NORMAN R. PEDERSEN 109 Trumbull Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Varsity Football 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Ski Club 2. RONALD J. PEDONE 27 Granby Rd., Worcester, Mass. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology Activities: Ski Club 1,2,4: Varsity Football 2: Phi Gamma Mu 2,3,4: Delta Tau Kappa 2,3,4: Sociology Colloquium 2,3,4: Varsity Track 4. BEVERLY S. PESHKIN 2037 Seagirt Blvd. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Phi Omicron Upsilon 1. GEORGE J. PETROPULOS Ridge, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi 1,2,3,4: NEA 2,3: Varsity Baseball 2,3: Varsity Soccer 4: Scribe 3. SHARON R. PHALEN 70 Brookbend Drive, Stratford. Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion MerchandisingI Activities: Campus Thunder 1: Freshman Week Committee 2. SHARON PHILLIPS 47 Brookmere Dr., Fairfield, Conn. Associate of Science in General Education STANLEY A. PIERWOLA 279 Hillside Rd., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Activities: A.S.M.E. 3,4. MART!-IE A. PILLER 2216 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry Activities: Spanish Club 1: Physical Science Club 2: Freshman Week Committee 4. NANCY S. PILZER 110-45 71 Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Hillel l,2: Phi Delta Rho 1,2,3,4: SEA 3,41 Campus Tours 3,4. ANTHONY M. PIRA 122 Liberty Ave.. Port Jefferson. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Newman Club 1,2: Arnold Maglors 1,2,3,4: Kappa Beta Rho 1,2,3,4: Football 2: Intramural Basketball l,2,3. PATRICIA A. POLCHOWSKI B0 Travis Dr., Bridgeport, Conn. Activities: Bachelor of Science in Nursing Newman Club 1,2: S.N.A. l,2,3,4. ALPHONSE W. PROTO 234 Fillmore St.. New Haven. Conn. Activities: Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Freshman Basketball 1: Varsity Basketball 2. JOSEPH A. PRZYBYLOSKI 21 School St., Naugaiuck, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Education Activities: Newman Club 2,3,4: SEA 2,3,4. PATRICK D. OUIGLEY 35-16-166 St., Flushing. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: Newman Club 1,2,3,4: Arnold MaJor's Club l,2,3,4: Omega Sigma Rho 1,2,3,4: Varsity Soccer 2,3,4: Varsity Tennis 2,3,4. SUSAN H. RACKMIL 49 Adele Road, Cedarhurst. New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education I Activities: Hillel 1: Phi Delta Rho 2,3,4: Sponsor 2: Resident Assist- ant 3: Social Activities Committee 3. ROBERT T. RALSTON JR. I I 14 Carmel' 511991 Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design DANIEL S. RASKIN 5 South Drive. Roslyn, New York Bachelor of Science in Physical Education I Activities: Freshman Soccer and Track, ArnoldIMajors 1,2,3: Varsity Soccer and Track 2,3,4: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3. Pledgemaster 4. FREDERICK G. REICHERT IV 73 KUQ9' Si-, B!id9ePOrt, C0115- Bachelor of Arts 1n History I I I Activities: Theta Sigma l,2,3,4: U.B. Day Fund Raising 2: Wis- tarian 3: Intramurals 3: Student Council 3. TERRY M. nrztsnan 101 west as sneer. New York. N.Y. Associate of Arts in Advertising JEFFREY B. REITER 720 Fort Washington Avenue Bachelor of Arts in Biology I Activities: Pi Omega chi 1.2.3.4: Bwlosy SOCIEW 1.2.3.4i Mel'-S Senate 2: International Club 4. ROBERT A. RESTA 1207 North Avenue. Bridgeport. Conn. Bachelor of ArtsI in IPsychologyI III Activities: Theta Sigma 1,2,3,4: W1St2f131'1 3.4. Bl-15111655 Manager . Editor-in-Chief 4. SANDRA L. RICE 581 Laughlin Road West, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor og Scignige ml gin-l.suCg esponding Sec "':StdtN ssoc1a1on.... orr - Amiiiiii 2: Reggrdinlglrgiscretary 3: State of Conn.IStudent Nurses Association 3,4, Recording Secretary 32 PM-!S1dE1'1f1 43 Theta Epsilon 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4. . IDDELL 421 N. Oxford Avenue, Ventnor, N.J. JUNE E R Bachelor oia,Scie'n? inlgrgrslgfecutive Board 4' b - ' . cia ion . . . ' ACUIYISIFS'cqifggintl:N1Wi:?ien'ZSoSenate l,2,3: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Campus Thunder 3. nov nonams zso iz. ounnni Rosa. Bronx sv. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Accounting - -' - k tb ll: Varsity Basketball 2.3.41 Alpha ActlG2::?naFPIxSihI2!?:i, giiagurgr 2, Vice President 3: Beta Alpha 2,3,4: Dorm Counselor 3.4- SUSAN L. ROCKI Box 756 Wellfleet, Marr. I I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority l: American Dental Hy- g1enst's Association l. ANN M. RODDY I 70 Quintard Terrace. Stamford. Conn. I I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority l,2. VALERIE B. ROME I 140 Hoyt Street, Stamford, Conn. I II Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Hillel 1: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority l,2. JOAN H. ROSE 9 Gifford Avenue. Jersey City, New Jersey I I I Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Women's Athletic Association l,2,3,4: Basketball, Field HOCKEY. V0116yba11 1,2,3,4: Arnold Majors Club l,2,3,4: Social Activities Committee 2,3,4: Phi Delta Rho 3,4. .TUDITH ROSENBLUM I 3 Sadore Lane, Yonkers, N.Y. I II Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Scribe 1,2: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4: Women's Residence Association l,2. ROBERT L. ROTH 31 Wendell Avenue. Pittsfield. Mass. I I I Bachelor of Arts in History Actigitlilesi Freshman Track: Omega Sigma Rho l,2,3,4: Sociology o . . EDWARD L. ROWE 1801 East Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design JAKE5 T. RUBY 70 Hawthorne Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History ARTHUR V. RUSSO 32 Douglas Road. New Canaan, Conn. A II IIII G IfBIacheloIrII og Science in Accounting c1v11es: o eam ,: owing T 3,4 C t' 3: Al h ' omega 3,49 Beta Alpha 3,4. eam ' ap am p 3 Pm PATRICIA A. RYAN 472 Newton Street, South Hadley, Mass. I I I Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: American Dental Hygienist's Association 1,23 POU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2: Representative to Woman's Residence As- sociation 1. JOHN A. RYBA 373 Strawberry Hill, Stamford, Conn. I II Bachelor of Science in Education Activities: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4: Intramurals 3,4: Student Edu- cation Association 4. JAMES P. SABATINO 100 Wantagh Avenue, South, East Islip, N.Y. I II Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Varsity Football 2,3,4: Varsity Track 3,4: Pi Omega Chi 3,4: Delta Tau Kappa 3,4: Sociology Colloquium 3,4. JOAN EVENS SABLOFF 19 High View Avenue, Liberty, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: StudentIEducation Association 3,4, Publicity Chairman 3, Board of Director 3: Theta Epsilon 3,4: Campus Thunder 3,4: Hall Council 3: Leadership Conference 3: Radio Club 4. MARILYN T. SAGER 1430 Parkchester Road, Bronx, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Big Sister Committee 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 2: Student Education Association 2,3: National Education As- socxation 2,3: Connecticut Education Association 2,3: Student League For Human Rights 3. DONALD E. SALAS 10 Romore Place. Cranford, New Jersey I II Bachelor ofI Science in Art Education Activities: Industrial Des1gn Society 1,2,3: Freshman Week Com- mittee 2,3,4: Iota Delta Pi 3.4: Men's Senate 4. HARRY S. SASLOW 1780 Eastburn Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Arts Secondary Education Activities: Band 1: HiIlel 2,33 Student Spirit Association 2,3: Fresh- man Week IComm1ttee 2: Political Relations Forum 2,33 Sigma Omlcron Sigma 2,3,4. Chaplain 3,4. JOSEPH R. SATZ 1144 East 22 Street Bachelor of Arts in Accounting Activities: Freshman Soccer: Sigma Lambda Chi 2,3,4: Debating Team 3,4: Inter-Fraternity Council 3: Beta Alpha 4: Young Americans for Freedom 4. BARBARA ANN SAUL 335 West 71 Street, New York, N.Y. I I I Bachelor of Science in Music Education Act1v1t1es: Band 1,2: Orchestra 1,2,3: Student Education Association 1,2,3: Hillel 1: Music Club 1,4: Hall Council l,2,3,4: Beta Gamma l,2,3,4: Music Educators National Conference 2.3: Honor Council 2: Chorus 3: Social Activities Committee 3: Freshman Week Committee 3: Sponsor 3. KATHLEEN A. SAYLES 2973 Black Rock Tpke., Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts Executive Secretarial Studies Activities: Pen and Keys l,2. ANNELIESE E. SCHLADITZ Huckleberry Hill Road, RJ. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Student Nurse's Association 1,2,3,4: Student Christian Association 1,2. DAVE S. SCHOENFARBER 53-52 199 Street, Bayside Bl5, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Biology Society 1,4: Men's Senate 2,3. Vice President 2, President 3: Pi Omega Chi 2,3,4, Vice President 2,3. GARY L. SCHWAGER 14 Lakeshore Drive, Rockaway, N.J. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Tennis Team l.2,3: Sigma Omicron Sigma 2,3,4: Presi- dent of Junior Class 3: Student Spirit Committee 3,4, Chair- man 3: Convocation Committee 3: Freshman Week Committee 3: Hillel 3,4: Alumni Hall Board of Governors 3: Alumni Hall Board of Directors 33 International Committee 3,4: Historical Society 3,4. Treasurer 3: Bridge Club 4. EDWARD B. SCHWARZ Crescent Place, Stepney, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 1,2: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 3,4. LAWRENCE SCHWEITZER Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 3,4: Public Relations Chairman 4, Social Chairman 4. AMY SCOTT 457 Stuyvesant Avenue. Rutherford. N.J. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 2,3,4: Student League for Human Rights 3.4, Recording Secretary 4. 57 Bel Air Lane, Fairfield, Conn. ALFRED JOSEPH SENESE 17 Ferris Ave., South Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Art Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,43 Art Guild 3,4, Presi- dent 3,4: Kappa Pi 3,4, President of Delta Epsilon Chapter 3,4. RALPH SEVERINO JR. 752 Townsend Avenue, New Haven. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Advertising SHERYLL R. SHAPIRO 161-08 Jewel Avenue, Flushing, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,4: Literary Society 3. RICHARD L. SHARPE 136 East 56 Street, New York. N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Newman Club 1,2,4: Sports Editor for Scribe 3,4: Market- ing Club 3,4: Society for Advancement of Management 4: Wis- tarian 4. ARTHUR M. SHATLES 6807 Beach Channel Drive, Arverne, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Economics Activities: Sigma Omicron Sigma 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: Economic Club 4: Student Spirit Committee 4. SANDRA G. SHAW 289 Brooklawn Terrace, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Education Activities: Student League For Human Rights 3: Student Educa- tion Association 3,4. MARCIA SHEAR 41 East 35 Street, Patterson, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Activities: Social Activities Committee 1,2,3: Phi Delta Rho 2,3,4, Treasurer 4: Treasurer of Women's House Government 2: Dana Scholar 2,3,4. GWENDOLYN J. SHERWOOD 95 Partrick Road., Westport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education . Activities: Literary Society 3,4: Student League For Human Rights 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4. MICHAEL C. SHIPPEE 202 Sjlmmer 511-'Bef Bachelor of Science in Physical Education LINDA DALE SILVERMAN 102-40 67 Road, New York, New York Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 1: Women's Resident As- sociation Service Award 3: Campus Tours Committee Chairman 3: Resident Assistant 4: National Education Association 4: Big Sister Committee 4. DAVID L. SIMPSON 531 Rowland Road, Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History I Activities: Political Relations Forum: Connecticut Intercollegiate Student Legislature: Student Council: Society for the Ad- vancement of Management: Historical Society: Young. Republi- cans: Wistarian: Theta Sigma: Freshman Week Committee: De- bating Society. STEPHEN L. SIMPSON 76 Whitehall Road, Rockville Centre, N.J. Bachelor of Arts in History D Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 1,2,3,4: Freshman Soccer: Social Activities 3: Student Spirit Committee 2: Spanish Club 3: Scribe 3,4, Circulation Manager 3,4. WILLIAM J. SINCLAIR , 28 Union Avenue Terrace, Framingham' Centre, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education U Activities: Men's Senate 3,4. Secretary 3, Vice president 3, Presi- dent 3. RJZCHARD T. SINROD 2379 East 7 Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology ' Activities: Social Activities Committee 2,3: Sociology Colloquium 2,3: Delta Tau Kappa 3. MICHAEL SIROWICI-I Ford Road. W09db1'id99. C01111- Bachelor of Science in Physical Education . Activities: Omega Sigma Rho 1,2,3,4: Varsity Football 2,3,4: Varsity Baseball 2,3,4: Freshman Week Committee 1,2,3. JOEL SISKOVIC 1052 Prospect Drive. Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science I Activities: Treasurer of Spanish Club 13 -Historical Society . 1: Young Republicans 1,2,3: Psychology Society 1: Student Spirit Committee, Co-chairman 2:.Student Council 2,3,4, Special Ad- visor to President 4: Sociology Colloquium 2,3,4: Marching Band 2: Freshman Week Committee 2.35 H11161 3: TTEHS'-ETSI' Of Eastern Orthodox Fellowship 4: Tau Delta Kappa 4: Editor of Student Bulletin 4. REIDUN SJULS James Avenue, Shrub Oak, New York Associate of Arts in Business Activities: Intramurals 1: Campus Tours 1. ELAINE R. SLAYTON 420 Davis Road, Fairfield, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in English - . Activities: Literary Society 3: Student Education Association 3,4: Wistarian 4. CHERLY A. SMITH 30 Gaylord Drive. Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education . Activities: Newman Club 1,3: Intermurals 3: Student Education As- sociation 3,4: Bowling League 4. JOAN A. SMITH 265 Sunny Bank Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 3,4. SUZANNE SNELL 3901 Durbin Road, -Bethesda 14, Md. Associate of Science in. Dental Hygiene 1 Activities: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2: Intramurals 1: Women S Residence Association 1.2. . W BIENENFELD SIVIA L SNC 65 Cherry Hill Drive, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education LILA Lou SOLDANI 227 Central street, Pqkboro, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Hall Council 2: Alumni Hall Board .of D1rectorsA2.3.4: Honor Council 2: Student Education Association 3: Alumni Hall Board of Governors 3.4. ReC0I'diI1E Sf3C1'eta1'Y 3-41 Scflbe 3-42 Campus Productions 3: UB Day 3: He11C01'1 4- AM . RVILLE North Kent Drive, Carmel, N.Y. WILL! Bactheslgjugf Science in Manufacturing Engineering Activities: Engineering Society 3: SP- Club 3- PAUL D. SPRINGER 224-24 Union Turnpike, Flushing, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Hillel 1,2: Spanish Club 1,23 Men's Senate 2,3: Alpha Delta Omega 2,3,4: Vice President 4: Historical Society 3,4, glilce President 4: Sociology Colloquium 3: Delta Tau Kappa BRUCE L. STANG 16 Troufhrook Terrace. West Hartford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Campus Thunder 2,3: Theta Sigma 3,4: A Capella Choir 4. HENRY J. STANISZEWSKI 235 South Street. Stamford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Economics Activities: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4: Economics Club 3,4. DIANNE STONE 80-35 Springfreld Blvd., Queens, N.Y. D V D Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activgtiesg Scribe 1: Beta Gamma 2,3,4: Student Education Associ- a ion . ELLEN F. STRAUSS 446 Anson Street, Bridgeport, Conn. D A . Bachelor of Arts in Art Education Activities: Assistant Art Director of Campus Thunder 2,3,4. CLINTON H. STRONG 556 Booth Hill Road, Shelton, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Activities: Political Relations Forum 2,3: German Club 2,3, Treas- urer 33 Men's Senate 3: Student Council 3,4, President 4: His- tory Society 3: Delta Tau Kappa 3: PGM 3. JOSEPHINE B. STUART 632 Woodend Road, Stratford, Conn. Associate of ,Science in Dental Hygiene Activigfsz ECU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2: Freshman Week Com- mi ee . ARTHUR P. SULTAN 33 Wyckoff Place, Woodmere, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: International Club 1: Young Democrats 1,2,3: Student Council 2,3,4: Award for Outstanding Leadership 3: Men's Senate 2: Alumni Hall Board of Directors 1: Helicon-Editor-im Chief 2,3,4: Junior Delegate to Connecticut Intercollegiate Stu- dent Legislature 2: Political Relations Forum 2,3: French Club 1,2: Psychology Society 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2: Circle K Club 2,3, Secretary 3, Lt. Governor of New England District 3: Campus Coordinator and Delegate to Collegiate Council for the United Nations 3: Literary Society 2,3: Scribe 3,4: Psi Chi 4: Sons of the American Revolution 1,2,3,4: American Civil Liberties Union 3,4: Who's Who 3,4: Dana Scholar Society 2,3,4. FLORA A. SWANHALL 131 Nash Lane, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Business Education NANCY D. SYKES 7 N. Demhroke Avenue, Margote. New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Student Nurses Association 1,2,3,4: Sponsor 2: Resident Advisor 3. RUTH TALLEY 76 Riverview Road, Niantic, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Art Education ANNE MARIE TATANGELO 487 Hawley Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Associate of Arts in Fashion Merchandising Activities: Chi Zeta Rho 1,2: Newman Club 1,2: Bridgettes 1: Inter Fraternity Council 2. MARION J. TAUS Long Hill Road, Middletown, Conn. Associates of Arts in Medical Secretary Studies Activities: Women's Senate 1,23 Hall Council 1,2: Pen and Keys 1,2. MICHAEL S. TEREZAKIS 1615 East Main St., Waterbury, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Men's Senate 1,2: Christian Association 1: Eastern Orthodox Fellowship 1,2,3: Psychology Club 2,3,4: Student Council 3: Biology Club 3: French Club 3: Political Relations Forurn 4: Democratic Town Committee 4. VIRGINIA J. THOMPSON 1142 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Student Nurse's Association 3,4: Honor Council 3. HAROLD J. TICKTIN 104 Permsylvania Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Actiglgtiesz Men's Senate 2: Pi Omega Chi 2,3: Psychology Society ELLEN M. TINKLE 89 Homestead Avenue Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1,2,3, Recording Secretary 2,3: Phi Delta Rho 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 2,3, Vice President 4: Student Edu- cation Association 1,2,3,4, Chairman 3: Freshman Week Com- mittee 2: Big Sister Committee 2,4g Junior Representative to .,Connecticut Education Association 3: Treasurer of Women's Senate 4. LEONARD J. TOCCI 7 George Terrace, Leominster, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Accounting RALPH J. TRAPASSO 165 Auburn Street, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Kappa Omega Epsilon. CATHERINE ANN TRUITT 108 Jewell Street, Delmar, Del. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority l,2. ROGER W. TRUPIN 14 South Gate Road, Great Neck, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Freshman Basketball: Varsity Basketball 2: Alpha Beta 3,4, Vice President 4. ALAN G. TUCKER 10 Laurel Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Pre-Dental Studies Activities: Hillel l,2,3,4: German Club 1,2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4: Biology Society 2,3,4: National Education Association 2. JUDITY S. U'DELL 75-64 195 Street, Flushing. N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Cheerleader 1,2: Hall Council 1,2: A Capella Choir 2,3: -Chi Sigma Delta 2. DONALD J. USHER JR. 164 Whittier St., Bridgeport, Conn. . U Bachelor of Arts in Biology Activities: Biology Society 1,2,3,4: Student Education Association 3, 4: Upsilon Beta Sigma 3,4: Chess Club 3,4: French Club 3,4. KATHERINE VALIS 89 Dudley Road, Wethersfield, Conn. . . I Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club 1,2,3,4: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4: Chi Sigma Delta 3,4. GLAOIA J. VALKO 167 Cedar Knoll Drive, Stratford, Conn. I M Bachelor of Arts in Psychology iivities: German Club 1: Newman Club: Jacloby Lecture Fund Scholarship 1: A Capella Choir 2,3,4: Psychology Society 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 3,4: Dana Scholar Society 2,3,4. NANCY L. VANDERGRIFT 71 Buckland Road, Wethersfield, Conn. l N Bachelor of Science in Physical Education ' Activities: Hockey, Basketball, Softball 1: Hall Council 1: Women's Athletic Association 1,2,3: Arnold Major's Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2: Sponsor 2: Resident Assistant 3: Beta Gamma 2,3,4, President 4: Student Council 2: Softball 3: Basketball, Soccer, Softball 4. LINDA M. VARANEY 23 Overton Avenue, Milford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretary Studies JUDY L. VENEROSO 3795 Martin Court, Seaford, L.I., New York I I Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Newman Club 3,4: Wistarian 3,4. JAMES E. VINCENT 14 Green Street, Shelburne Falls, Mass. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Freshman Football and Baseball: Alpha Gamma Phi 1,2,3,4: Arnold Majors' Club 1,2,3,4: Varsity Football 2,3,4. JOHN W. VOLLMER 221 Huntington Road, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Delta Chi Phi 3,4. GERHARD M. VON GROTE 546 Capitol Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History ' Activities: Alpha Delta Omega 3,4: German Club 3: Historical Soci- ety 3,4: Young Republicans 3,4: Political Relations Forum 4: CISL 4. MYRA C. WAHLBERG 86 Parkway Drive, Trumbull. Conn. Bachelor of Science in Nursing CARL M. WALIN 873 Brewster Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education BARRY WALKER 61 White Oak Street, New Rochelle, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Biology Club 2: Corresponding Secretary of Men's Senate 3: Scribe 3: Varsity Tennis 3,4. PI-IYLLIS J. WALL 3 Fox Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology Activities: Campus Thunder 1.4: Biology Society 4. MADELEINE R. WALZER 209 Avenue P Brookl n New York 1 Y . Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Social Activities Committee 1: Phi Delta Rho 1,2,3,4: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4: National Education As- sociation 1,2,3,4: Big Sister Committee 2: Hillel 2: Cultural and Educational Advancement Committee 4. SUSAN M. WARMER 60 K Lake Street, Winchester, Conn. Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Campus Tours Committee 1,2: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2, Treasurer 2: Connecticut Education Association 1. JOAN A. WASHKO 2697 Broadbridge Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Executive Secretary Studies Activities: Pen and Keys Club 1,23 Freshman Week Committee 2. JUDITI-I L. WASSERMAN 71-27 Harrow Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1: Student Education Association 3,4. THOMAS M. WELCH 100 Port Hale Road, New Haven, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Business Education Activities: Marketing Club 3,4. RONALD WENDER 2601 Avenue R Bachelor of Arts in Biology . Activities: Sigma Lambda Chi 1,2,3,4: Biology Society 1,4: Student Council 2,3: Alumni Hall Student Board of Directors 2: Inter- fraternity Council 3. BARBARA J. WENZEL 34 Tamarack Road, Port Chester, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Student Education Association 3,4. VALERIE E. WEST 37 Elemer Street. East Hartford, Conn. Associates of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2: Newman Club 1,2: President of Junior American Dental Hygienisy Association 4. JUDY L. WESTON 65 Bruce Park Drive, Trenton, New Jersey Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene Activities: Freshman Representative to Women's Senate: POU Dental Hygiene Sorority 1,2. GEOFFREY B. WI-IAN 308 Blvd. New Milford, New Jersey Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Freshman Football: Varsity Football 2,3,4: Newman Club 1,2: Alpha Gamma Phi 2,3,4. ELLEN F. WHITE 765 East 2 Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Activities: Hillel 1,23 Student Education Association 1,2,3.4, PTO- gram Chairman 2, Treasurer 3. PHILIP M. WHITNEY JR. 50 Pearsall Way, Bridgeport, Conn. - N Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 1,2,3,4, Activities Secretary 3, Secretary 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4: Canterbury Association 1: Circle K Club 3,4: Aristeia 3,4: Scribe 4: Cortright Scholar 1,2,3,4: Dana Scholar 4: Scholars Dinner 1,2,3,4. HERMAN WIERZBICKI 98 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design Activities: Freshman Soccer: Industrial Design Society 1,2,3,4. HARVEY R. WILES 2 Warnke Lane, Scarsdale, N.Y. . N Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Activities: Sports Car Club 1: Sigma Omicron Sigma 3,4. REGINA WILMINGTON 13746 Leadwell, VanNuys, California Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene EDWARD N. WILSON 40 Summitt Avenue, South Norwalk, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Student Education Association 1: Circle K Club 2,3,4. MICHAEL WINOKUR 1175 Capitol Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Activities: Beta Alpha 2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 3, Treasurer 4: Campus Thunder 2,3,4: Hillel 2,3,4: Alpha Phi Omega 3,4: Freshman Week Committee 4. ELAINE A. WINOSKI 105 Burbank Drive, Stratford, Conn. Associate of Arts in Medical Secretary Studies Activities: Pen and Keys 1,2: Newman Club 2: Freshman Week Committee 2. MARIANNE WITTEN 209 Winchester Street Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene PI-IYLLIS A. WOLFE 124 Elizabeth Street, Christiana, Penna. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Activities: Connecticut Nurses' Registered Nurses Association 3,4. Recording Secretary 4: Leadership Conference 3: Hall Council 3, Women's Residence Association 3: Big Sister Committee 4. HARRY P. WOOD 174 Eastern Parkway, Devon, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Activities: Delta Chi Phi 3,4. PETER L. WYCKOFF 16 South King Street, Danbury, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in History Activities: Concert Band 3. ALEX A. YANOSY 1271 Pembroke Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Freshman Track and Football: A Cappella Choir l,2: Varsity Track and Football 2,3,4, Captain of Track Team 3.4, Varsity Football Manager 3,4: Assistant Manager of Freshman Football 3, Manager of Freshman Football 4: A Cappella Choir 3,4. BARBARA M. YASINSKI 48 Vine Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Activities: Newman Club 1: S.N.A. 1,2: Theta Epsilon 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Student Education Association 3,4: Na- tional Education Association 3,4: Young Democrats Club 4. VVILLIAM M. YOUNG 28 Jesse Avenue, Stratford, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Marketing Activities: Marketing Club 1: Ski Club 1,2,3,4: Young Democrats 2,4, Vice President 4: Political Relations Forum 4. JEFFREY J. ZAKRZEWSKI Bachelor of Science in Physical Education Activities: Kappa Beta Rho 1,2,3,4: Freshman Track: Men's Senate 1,2: Varsity Football and Track 2,3,4: Intrafraternity Council 3. HARRY ZAWASKI Lower Road, New Hampton, N.Y. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Relations Activities: Varsity Track 3,4: Intramurals 3,4: Newman Club 4. MATILDA R. ZEGA B6 Merriam Street, Bridgeport, Conn.. Bachelor of Arts in French Activities: French Club 1,2,3,4: Student Education Association 1,2,3,4: Young Democrats l,2,3,4: Spanish Club 4. RICHARD D. ZEKALA 427 Connecticut Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Activities: Marketing Club 1,2,3: Psychology Club 1: History Club 1: Alpha Delta Omega 2,3,4: SEA 1,2,3,4: SAM 2,3,4: Young Re- publicans 3,4. LOUISE M. 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