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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Moss, Prvsidrlzf XVerner Larson, Via'-l'r1-xidmzf Norman Heilmun, Sr'trr'tary john Dowd, TfI'II.f1II'l'l' Inez Able, Ilixtorian Q Q35 Q9 QW ,. ,. , ..-W-...,,M. HE N U Mk HE Q A rcy!LIfy2IfZl2' isa 7 :aff - EDITO NINETEEN HUNDRED A N D FO RTY-T I-I R E E 06310 be fcyfnr rhha - B N Classes . . . Page 28 fb Q Q0 O0 X 'Sz Administration . . . Page I5O Sports . . . Page IO QDNIWE Directory . . . Page l7L+ DEDICATIGN fqfir. Qsbkflll-IIIO-11.5 . . 67 Ali ,day .anfaf Aefzfa?r2'e H1 ffl 62611'17cffm1Yy . . . fda arlf ana! 1110 fzf1,f.i17y2of7f' A1 fm! v7e1z,cfef7erf 1721 fgzrfhzey 192 xW' -1.43 1 NCAI7 lnolnenfi. . . fdf . . , . J ,. 901711 0 y1e11cfQ -6171770 706011 Af I - f , 2 , , JIIJ y'117e11 A2 ffe .ffllfkfllf any I . -H70 y7 c1A3Mf6 c1Q1a42'c1Af X53 dwg MW . 611648224 RT Q. X pk Yi l. E aresiify oottlbtallll The pre-season outlook for the team was p1'omising. Graduation losses had been light, and the nucleus of the team was augmented by a likely group of freshmen, eligible for varsity competition through a voiding of the existing regulation. Changes had to be made in the coaching staff: Earl Svenson, All-American from Minnesota, replaced George Van Bibber who had entered the Navyg Roy Guyer was recalled from retirement to take over as assistant line coachg Charlies Horvath and Captain Lewis helped Coach Cristie with the backs, and Don White was put in charge of the Jayvees. The Huskies slipped out of their class in their first encounter with Maryland, whose T-formation, aerial superiority and potential All-Americans led them to a 34--0 victory over the battling Huskies. Unveiling a terrific blast of scoring power, the team opened their home season by smothering Massa- chusetts State 28-0. The scoring attack featured a touchdown pass from Scussel to Walt Dropo, a Jorgensen conversion, 'floltin' " Joe Perko's push over the line, and a brilliant bit of running by Nlohr. A scrappy Wesleyan team upset the favored blue and white to the tune of 20-7 before a Dad's Day turnout of -I-,000 people. The Wesmen capitalized on a fiuke pass decision and a couple of penalties to return home victorious. In the Maine game, the Huskies overran the Golden Bears by a score of 26-7. Perfect timing, good blocking, and brilliant passing off-set Maine's stubbornness, but it was felt by many that a higher score could have been made. A lively struggle with the Springfield Indians ended with a 21-14 victory for the Huskies as Scussel's broken field running. a pass from Arnsten to Jorgensen, and a reverse by Revilli sparked the Connecticut offense. Maikkula and Cuddy were outstanding on the defensive. The Huskies outclassed Middlebury completely by rolling up a 32-0 score. ln the third play from the opening whistle, Scussel scooted 67 yards for pay dirt. ln the second half the Christianmen overcame Middlebury's early resistance by scoring four touchdowns. Olmstead's and Molloy's tackles were out- standing. ln the big game of the year, the superior U-Conn Huskies subdued the Rhody Rams 13-6. A forty yard drive, climaxed by a fifteen yard pass from Arnsten to Scussel for a touchdown highlighted the action in the first quarter. Dwyer brought the score to six-all in the third quarter by a sensational ninety-five yard run for the Rams on an interception. The tension of the fourth period was relieved by Scussel's second touchdown of the day on an off-tackle run and .lorgensen's conversion. A Sixth Rufw-Hovath, Battick, Mohr, Christian, Qfoaehl, .lor- geusen, Sveudsen ffoaehj, 'l'roester. Fifth Rufus--Stacey, lmpiomhato, Levin, Vassigtou, Fieni, johnson. Fuurlh Rofw-Chipperini, Rubin, Moll, Delaney, Arusten, Seussel Third Rufw-Boland, VV. Trojanowski, Miller, XV. Dropo, Au- tonez, Magner, Molloy. Sfflfllrl Rofw-Pinsky, Olmsted, Greenwood, Dripchak, M. Dropo Revelli, Heilrnan, Ostrum. Frunl Rufw--C'ass, I7e Carli, Maikkula, Aubrey flfo-Capt.J 'l'ol'folon fC'o-C'apt.J, MeSherry, Cuddy, Brundage, Perko The Cllristianluen displayed their best teamwork of the year on a slippery field at the Coast Guard Academy as the Husky forward wall completely smoth- ered the Cadets' defense and enabled the Husky hacks to run up a score of I6-0. The Coastguardsmen made a net gain of four yards on all their running plays. jog Perlco twice smashed his way through the Coast- wmrd defense for touchdowns, and Jorgensen added the conversions. Drury-was cornered in his end zone, giving US two lnofc points for the automatic safety. The flame was a lI1?lfll1'li1CljI1I elunax as an endi to eollegiate foot-hall for Lo-Captains fiuhrey and lof- folon as well ,lg for Cass, Olmstead!Pinsky, lvlillllililllll, Nlcslwrryv pc.,-ko, Cljstrunr' De' Lglfll, and Revelll, whose sunort will VS mum mme' 'lex 5'w"' "'l'hisl one of the hesrwtezuns I have ever coached at Comwcticutv Said il, O. Christian. Charlie Molloy, lmrmhitting :mil running guard, was elected to take over the cantaincy of the 1943 roam' E Co-Captains Toiiolon and Aubrey H ll 105 Vi xl I0 till ll'lI'll .S'tz1mli11g-Capt. Lewis feoaehj, Lanning, Bayenther, Morris, l.evine St. Sgt. Benson fasst. coaehl. isiiflillfl-WilSilCl', Zuccardy, Schwenlenlev feaptj, Clrasmeyer, Cnrland Mirrilly from piflurr-Kluek, Vlk. Rll"l,lC-'l'l1e University of Connecticut has concluded its hanner season, chalking up nine wins as opposed to four losses. 'l'his record is hy far the best record of any rifle team in U-Conn history and a tribute is certainly in line for the coach, Captain Lewis, and his ahle assistant, Stal? Sergeant Benson. 'l'he husky marksmen set a new school record for shoulder to shoulder matches with a score of 1362 against Coast Guard. A Besides heating hoth Yale and Harvard in shoulder to shoulder matches, Lewismen ran their string of victories to iive straight over their arch rivals from Kingston. 'l'he team scores were consistently Iiigher than in previous years, and competition was really stiff in such a "hot league". Men of the grmvirig lirst team were dropping out of school consistently, hut more candidates came forth and made good and upheld the record of the team. 'lihe team average for the season was hetter than 1350 per match. Several outstanding men were on the squad, and four of their hetter-known memhers are Kluclc, liayreuther, lVIann, and Captain W'illiam Schwenterley. . . Q , XX feiuesiiify Sfcufivfcveie l"nurlll Rnfw-Mills, lfiseher Qeoaehj, Bruce fIHLIl'.J. Third Rufie-Zukas, 'l'iziani, llarris, Lilhje- dahl. Galgowski, Sheehan, Vaida, Di Di- lIliZi0. Sffliilif Rnfw-jackson, Areano, liuehannon, Beck, Tuttle, Griswold, Niagra. lfrunt Rufus-'l'eieh, Kilday, Peters, iiiuene, llntchinson, Graeewski, Myers, Chelcetoli. 12 ll94I2 iva irsiiify . ' U fix Y 1 Qnrtoss - f toitiiiuufiry Bowen, Warren, Bahiver, Roswig fmglxj, Oderman, Fischer fcoachj, Coogan, An- derson, Flaherty. CROSS-COUNTRY-A new coach, Carl Fischer, and a team badly weakened by graduation losses, began the season under the handicap of lack of time for conditioning and practice. The Huskies bowed to a superior Northeastern team and went down to a 39-18 defeat. Bob Bowen, running third, was the first Connecticut man to cross the tape. Still in the toughening process, the Fischermcn dropped the second meet with the lVIaine Golden Bears. They finally hit their strideg the U-Conns broke into the win column with a 33-22 triumph over W.l'.l. Bob Bowen ran a magnificent race, only to falter on the home stretch and finish a scant step behind Don Hollesey, the VV.l'.l. ace. The Blue and YVhite failed to take second place in the annual Connecticut Valley meet at Springfield by a single point from the Red and White of lVIassachusetts. The team took losses in the next two meets, as an injury-riddled team bowed in successive meets to hlanhattan and Rhode Island. The season was brought to a close by the New Englands, where the Harriers finished twelfth. The freshman team possessed many potential runners, and these, combined with the nucleus of the present sea- son's team should give Coach Fischer a fairly well-balanced group for the 1943 season. SOCCER-Opening the season with only a week of practice, the scantily clad Blue and XVhite Booters dropped their first match of the season to their next door rivals, lWass. State, 2 to 1. i Drilling on fundamentals and passwork, the U-Conns came roaring back to trounce Clarke -l-0. Captain Hutch- inson, the diminutive left wing, was responsible for a pair of these goals alone. N - Brown and VVPI both eked out fourth period one point wins over the Huskies and the Fischer chargers dropped another contest to the Cardinals from YVesleyan on a very sloppy and disagreeable day. Riding the rails to Boston, the Blue and NVhite hit their stride again as they completely outclassed and outbooted the lfngineers from M.I.'l'., 5-0, with every man in the starting front line accounting for one tally. Springfield and Tufts both came to Storrs with strong veteran teams and they returned home victors. ' The season was closed with a 3-0 win over the Coast Guard on a rain-bogged field in New London. Cunning- ham. Hutchinson, and Roberg all tallied for Connecticut. Galgowski turned in an outstanding defensive job in the goal and Tuttle set up many scoring plays from his wing position, and at the conclusion of the season these two men were selected to captain the I9-H booters. 13 taiesiift mae Smmling-XVhite Ccoaehj, Grant, Reilley, wvhllhlllll, Oderman, lillis, Hoyt, Cass, Olmsted, Koncek Siliilly-llulihard, Conley, 'l'rilmou Ceaptj, Arnold, jones, Bowen. Al"'l'lCR Sl'IVlCRAl, XVICICKS of general coach training and running on the indoor track, the Huskies traveled north to engage Nlass. State in the initial meet of the I9-l2 campaign. 'lille Bay Staters were just a little too strong for an opening meet and the Huskies came home on the short end of a 52-38 score. Trihou captured the individual honors for the meet as we established a new cage for the 1000 yard dash. A Going to Amherst again two weeks later, the Huskies evened things up as they topped the l,ord .leffs from Amherst 60-53. llill Trihou set a new mile record for the Amherst cage, and Nummy Olmsted set a new Conn. mark in the hammer throw with a toss of -l-6 feet. Leaving the hoard track and the rowing machine for the cinders and the open air, the Blue and White had hut two weeks of outdoor practice hefore they clashed with the men from Rhody. Outscored, hut not outfought, the Huskies placed in every event. lioh Bowen was high man for the day as he snagged a pair of lirsts in the 880 and the mile run. 14 The Cardinals over the WVhitemen. In a me decided until The W. P.I. side as for t the final event of closed the season with .1 the schedule and they eked out a 62-Sl decision and hockey for action, Springfield College squeezed had been completed. in a triangular meet with lVIass. State and avenging their only indoor loss of the season. Old school records fell by the way- soared over the high jump bar at 6'lX4" and Nummy Olmsted threw the hammer l38'8" individual record of the season' as well as being high man for the day with a total of h 13 ts. Thus ended the first season of varsity track under the tutelage of Don White. At the post- eason dance and fiesta, Coach VVhite announced the co-captains for the 1943 team would be Cass, Olmsted and Bowen. l lljircesllnimfaum l Vllqirnaucllx Third Rnfw-VV h i t e fcoachj, Dyer, Kassita, Jessup, Koneck, Smith A Cmgr.j. Srrond Rww-Killeen, . Ayre, Melia, Hansen, Ryan, Kurz, Hurenchek, Kehoe. Front Ro-w - Flaherty, Robbins, Grady, VV. Dropo, Moran, lves, Fredericks. lt Wiiirmiinntiimig Standing-Fischer Ccoachl, Mills, Carlson, Christianson, Gustafson, Purves, Gerund fmgnl. ' Front Rm-w-Walz, Eschert, Hyde Ceo-capt.j, Brundage fco-capt.j, Hanley, Blumlmerg. SUFFERING HEAVILY from scholastic and armed service losses, the Husky tanksters did not achieve a banner season. Swimming against veteran combines, the small but scrappy Blue and White squad made a very good showing nevertheless. Opening against Mass State, the team emerged on the short side of a 42-24 score. The U-Conns won the 300 yard medley and Spellman took a first in the 200 yard breast stroke. Hitting a tough stretch, the team dropped its next three' meets to Springfield, M.I.T. and Wesleyan. Pierce Brundage took top honors in his event, the 150 back- stroke, in all three meets. Closing the season against Brooklyn, the team dropped a very fast but very close meet. The 400 yard relay was the most tightly contested event of the day, but the Husky quartet of Carter, Carlson, Christianson and Hyde splashed and churned their way to first honors. Considering the material available, it took a lot of hard work on the part of Coach Fischer to build a starting team. At the post season banquet, Ernie Eschert was named new captain, to succeed Brundage and Hyde. 16 The varsity tennis team completed a not-too-successful season by win- ning four and losing five matches. The Huskies opened victoriously, nosing out Mass. State five to four. Dellafera and Yules swept their matches and then teamed up to take the doubles, giving the team their first win. The Kesselmen dropped the next two matches to lVIaine and Vermont by close but identical scores. The Blue and VVhite then evened it up as they topped the netmen from Clark six to three, with Dellafera, Hyde, and Can- trell as starters. Boston U. and Springfield came through with exceptionally strong teams and topped the Huskies six-three and seven-two respectively. The Blue and VVhite retaliated with a six-three win over Coast Guard, but the cadets took a five-four win the following week in a return match. The Kesselmen closed the season successfully with a seven to two tri- umph over Clark. Dellafera, Roberg, and Kinsick were the U-Conn. stars of the day, easily sweeping their matches. With most of the squad slated to return this season, prospects for a successful campaign are very bright. Kessel Qcoachj, Hyde, Cantrell, Roberg, Dellafera, Yules, Jaffe, Height Kysiak fmgr.J. CBI1fJ1J1'J1iiS 17 . Back Rofw-C. Molloy, j, Bransfield, A. Fisher, XV Dripchak, W. Cook, vech, Coach XVhite. Front Rofw-W. Luehuk, VS McFadden, J. Cud- B ck, D. Jester. eursiitty taslleelflbtallll OPENING THIC SEASON on the right foot with a win over Brown, Coach White started a quintet that was tall, fast, captainless and composed entirely of' underclassmen. The combination clicked and before the Christmas holidays two more wins were chalked up at the expense of Marine and- New Hampshire. Losing their stride after the holidays, the Huskies lost a pair of close contests to a tall and scrappy Coast Guard team, and a single contest to our traditional rivals from Kingston. Tradition was shattered and our precedents were set on February 3, as an overflowing crowd occupied every available inch of space in the Payne Whitney gym, to watch the Connecticut Huskies top the sons of lfli Yale 50-49, by virtue of Willie NIcl'adden's field goal in the last few minutes of play. The Whitemen proceeded to tame the Wildcats from New Hampshire in the latter's own den before drop- ping a close contest to Springfield on the Gymnast's home court. lVIaine came through with a very uncanny one point decision over the travel-Worn Huskies at the end of their long northern trek. I Suddenly snapping back into old form in the Rhody tune up contest the U-Conns drubbed Mass. State 78--f-2. lt was a slightly shocked but pleasantly surprised capacity crowd that jammed Hawley Armory on February 20, to watch the most inspired quintet ever to wear the Blue and VVhite of Connecticut go on the floor and smother the shooting aims from Kingston by the outstanding score of 82-58. Coming back after the half, at which time they held a 33-32 lead, the Huskies opened up with a deadly barrage that just kept panning point after point through the hoops. This exhibition was by far the greatest spectacle ever seen on the floor of the Hawley Armory, as the Whitemcn, passing with machinelike precision and sinking baskets periodically with deadly accuracy just couldn't be matched that night. Three sophomores, Dropo, Mclnadtlen, and Jester led the scoring parade with 29, 20, and I7 points respectively, while Capt. Vin Cuddy and Freshman Wally Luchuck did a superb job of guarding and playing, smashing in the Rbody offensive area. ifqpui adl Fisher, B. Miska- W. D ro p o , IE. 18 McFadden, l,uchuck,Cuddy lCilPl-l. when 11" li lla y XV.Dropo, Dick jesler. CSCI 'es and :1 natural let down after the Rhody :Laine was Sickness, losses of men through activation of r :"x 1' of the last two games to hVl'Sll'j'2lIl and Northeastern. zttrihuted as the three factors that led to the droppn 3, l tion for mouldinf' such 'i cluh from such a limited amount Coach NVhite certainly deserves a just comment 11 - .-- - Moss to the armed services and Milt llropo through :1 knee of available material. liarly season losses of lioh f ury were keenly l history from a percentage standpoint, the I9-i2-43 cluh will go Not the most successful teznn in schoo down in the annals s hud hit lw had hreaks, vet a cluh that still had the stuff to sweep ls 1 tm un that was z' . 1 - - . their ohjective grunes of the season Vlanintsllly llgiensllalrirlrllnznl . Conn Sfl'0lI'iPS L onn. SS Brown C'onn Maine Conn Coast Guard Uonn New llzunpshire Conn Rhode Island Conn Northeastern Conn Coast Guard Fonn Yale Conn Springfield Conn New Hampshire Conn Maine Conn Mass. Snare Conn Rhode Island ' NVQ-sleyan Conn. Northeastern 40 55 59 -HI 51 Sb 54 -I-9 61 37 46 42 58 42 SU I9 aseball USING their new indoor practice cage for the first time, the Christian charges began to round into shape rapidly. After three days on the diamond the Husky nine went down to Kingston to battle it out with the Rhody Rams in their opening encounter of the season. Beck and Dropo were the big guns in the U-Conn attack but the Pale Blue had enough to overcome this and win out 4-3. By a twist of the schedule the Huskies tackled four opponents in the next five days. Opening against Mass. State on Tuesday Gene Kovacs hurled the Christian charges to a 6-2 victory. Dropo and Curren both slammed out triples to lead the 10 hit onslaught. On Wednesday Scussel toed the mound against the Rhody Rams at Storrs in a return encounter. In a game ranked all the way by Light Stickucuk it was finally a seventh inning double by Wink Winzler that drove the winning tally across the plate. Following a one day reprieve the U-Conns returned to the diamond Thursday to slug it out with North- eastern, Dropo and Baldwin each with a single and a double, paved the Way for the 17 hit Blue and White barrage. The Christian charges made it four straight for the week as they shellacked the Cardinals from Wesleyan 16-3. Capitalizing on the 10 hits at the most timely moments the Huskies topped off the afternoon with an eight run splurge. Springeld invaded Storrs on a Husky off day and they went home with an 8-5 decision. Di Laurenzio was the individual star of the way making a double play unassisted as well as collecting a pair of singles. Playing a double hill against Maine the following weekend the U-Conns dropped the opener, the result of a brilliant one hit performance by Ed Tooley. The Christian forces rallied behind the pitching of Ray Scussel to come back and sweep the night cap 6-0. The U-Conn bowed before the Lord Jeffs from Amherst 8-2. Dropo led the Husky offensive- with a resounding winning triple as well as playing a sparkling game behind the plate. In a return encounter at Durham, the Wildcats made it two straight in a 3-I edict. Baldwin and Scussel led the hitting parade with a pair of hits, but on both occasions these men were stranded and allowed to die on the base paths. The next game was a 7-6 decision that was dropped to Northeastern with the score tied at 6-6 in the last of the ninth. The Bos- tonianssqueezed in the winning tally with only one away. The Northeastern game climaxed the sea- son as the annual Commencement Day con- test was rained out. Seven seniors, led by that diminutive slugging fielder, Captain Oz- zie Baldwin, hung up their spikes for the last time. llTlI'CGSlllllUI'IlfEMIl1 lBfHLSlGllJLEllllll Scores Conn. 7 Monson 2 Conn. 10 Cheshire 5 Conn. 4 ' Choate 3 Conn. 0 Springfield 2 Conn. 9 Mercer 2 20 l"r1urtl1 Rofw-Klvepler CMgr.j, Christian Ccoachj, NVargo Qtrainerj. Vlaurslmly Third Rofw-Griswold, Seaward, Moss, Beck, Fagan, Moriarity. 13 Sfcond Rofw-Adams, Cuddy, Kovacs, M. Dropo, Scusscl, Curran, Rcvclli. ,MSC -ill Ffllllf Rufzc-Lencllek, DiL:1urenizio, Maguvero fco-capt.j, Baldwin Ceo-capt.j, XVinzlcr, Mohr. QC 1-'Sf 1 r P- :QE J W' +7 64:3 Ay, .1 p , ,jf M 1 ,J X as Q . A . I Q - 5 . 6, iv .L 15' f l Y 1 , wh .JUN Il Illfi1,, N I . A. 1 .. ' W-2""' ' I Tllirll Ro-'w-Protto, Slnvin. Bfllsh' ll'l0Sll'llll'lULfll,ll'll. Www! Rorw-Geary' B,-ansfielgl, Miller, YV. Dropo, W. Trojanowski, Franas, NViezlwcki. , IB-msfpubmml Smmiiny-Van Bihhel. qcoachj, Kabbash, Poloquin, Anderson, Flint, Cleveland, U'llara. 21 Bas kd Lau Feofball fr I 0 4 1 .pun ,g 1:-v . --an N3 S irntfirma "THREE TIMES AND OVER" was the familiar cry as the volley ball season started. After several close contests, the tall sextet from X wound up on top of the heap. Softball found six diamonds in work four nights a week, as the season was drastically curtailed due to bad weather and an early clos- ing of school. Phi Mu edged out Gamma Rho to take the championship of the league. The annual track meet was rained out on three consecutive weekends and finally cancelled. The splash artists converged in the pool and after a night of keen competition, Sigma Phi walked off with first honors, being followed by X and Gam- ma Rho in that order. Then came summer and three long months of vacation. Greek athletic relations were resumed on the gridiron in early September. Using a split league system, X took league B, and Alpha Gam- ma Rho swept league A, running up 100 points while keeping their opponents scoreless. In the post season play-off, held on the upper field, a smooth functioning, hard hitting, blocking green and gold club from Gamma Rho upset the X ma- chine 7-6. Trailing by a touchdown, a third period pass from Puglisi to O'Hara tied the score at 6 all. With the same exacting position Puglisi shot a bullet pass into the end zone to Bobby Moss for the point after touchdown that meant ultimate victory and the championship for the big grey house on the corner. i Athletic efforts went indoors once again as the basketball campaign got under way. In a close season, featuring many hard fought games, a tall veteran X club gained first honors and Alpha Gamma Rho and Alpha Phi finished in a tie for second. SOHP'-ll Tru K 'H J J 7s lfllllllllllutdl S E'l'l'Y0. - Luwcgoclay O 0 Then mid-yearsirolled around and once again the Greeks departed from the scenes of athletic warfare and retreated to alcoves to cram for Hnals. From the far Hung corners of the campus, the coeds gathered in Hawley Armory to compete in various sports for the glory of their respective sor- orities or dorms. Holcomb Hall established, itself early in the season as a threat and sure enough, spring comes and we find them-sitting on top of the intramural league. Ping-pong began the season as the Theta house took the blue ribbon, while Holcomb racked up thirty points in archery. The girls then moved in- side to tackle badminton, where Holcomb and Pi Phi finished first and second respectively in both singles and doubles. In the annual intramural swimming meet the Holcomb tanksters nosed out Pi Phi and the Kappa girls splashed to third place. It was Holcomb again who shot to first place, when the coeds in- vaded the basketball court, with the Thetas fin- ishing close behind. Tennis and softball remain to challenge the contestants, but Holcomb is well in the lead at this point, with three trophies to their credit. Like all the contests, however, the next two sports will be hard fought battles, where the winner will really earn, their trophies. - gmlYliNhV5q X! 'K .si 0 c.3Qif2f3,..,..-csv.. V 20 Bddmlhfq n PINS ' PON, if-if '15 I ennis Alan Cantrell Francis Dellafera Robert Height Robert Hyde Vincent Krysiak Richard Lieberman Paul Roberg Robert Rosenfield Alvin Yules Ccapt.J cetbtbeirmmem Robert Oderman Fred Warren Harold Roswig Swimming Pierce Brundage Ceo-capt.J Robert Hyde leo-capt.J Keith Christianson Edgar Walz Raymond Shennan Charles Jenkins Mawr Aron Wolfson Jonathan Hutchinson Ernest Eschert fco-capt.J David Leibgrabfco-capt.J Ellis Beck 1"""'b"H Howard Buchanan Richard Aubrey Ceo-capt.J Domminic Didonizio John Toffvlon lC0'Cf1Pt-l Victor Galgowski Peter Antonez ' Joseph Gracewski Leonard Arnsten Walter Kilday Pierce Brundage Mardy My'CfS Charles Cass Paul R0l79f'fl James Cuddy George Turtle Earle Decarli Mitchell Vaida William Dripchak Albert Zukas Vvaltcr Dropo Robert Bruce Cmgr.J Milton Dropo John Greenwood Riflil Albert Jorgensen William Schwenterley Kenneth Mzlikklllzl Ccapt.J Charles Bayreuther Marvin Curland Fred Grasmeyer Edward Kluck Leo Lanning Harold Levine Edward Washer Charles Zuccardy Froyr Counlry Charles Bahner Robert Bowen Clarence Coogan Fred Mohr Charles Molloy Roger Olmstead George Ostrum Joseph Perko Albert Pinsky Charles Revelli Raymond Scussel Walter Trojanowski Basebrzll William Adams lldyron Baldwin 24 Ellis Beck James Connors James Curran Albert Laurenzio Milton Dropo Hayden Griswold Eugene Kovacs Shepard Lenchek Howard Mohr Robert Moss Fedele Mugavero Charles Revelli Raymond Scussel Samuel Silverstein John Winzler James Cuddy William Kiveplet Cmgr Baskzrtball James Cuddy Ccapt-J Ellis Beck Richard Jester Walter Dropo Milton Dropo Walter Luchuk Robert Moss Tlfllfk Robert Bowen Paul Butler Charles Cass William Conley Edward Ellis Robert Kirk Stewart McKinney Roger Olmstead Robert Reid Raymond Roper William Tribou - Arthur Konick Cmgr. ,Wu 1" 57" M Tx w 'wf NV an' 1 r 'Yu GERTRUDE ALICE ANDERSON Forestville "Andy" Allerlei Zoology Neatness always important . . . Any sport is her meat . . . YVhat about Massachu- setts? . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Treasurer of Al- lerlei, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club, 2, 3. VICTOR ANDERSON Naugatuck "Vic" Eta Lambda Sigma li'I1'rtric'1ll l:'ngi111'r'ri11gf Blonde Adonis of the "X" House . . . Persistent break- faster . . . "Back in Mill- ville" . . . Pugilistic ambi- tions . . . "X" Boys' Big Ben . . . Engineers' Club, 2, 3. 'Q ROBERT ANDERSON Greenwich "Horn" Eta Lambda Sigma lfusim'.r: .f7dllII7ll.ffI'Ilfi!l7l Authority on sophistication . . . "Think l'll go to Sims- bury" . . . Clemson transfer . . . "Ran five miles today" . . . Track, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country, 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 2 . . . Ol'l'icers' Club, 3. LAURA PAULINE ANDISIO Manchester Green "Dix" Sigma Upsilon Nu Sorfology Ranks 6th in national arch- ery rating . . . Always help- ing people . . . "Christo- pher" . . . juvenile delin- quents interest her . . . ln- terfaith Council, 2, 3, Pres- ident . . . Sociology Club, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club, 1, 2, 3, 'Treasurer . . . Varsity Club, 3, Secretary. V28 I IN EZ AMORETTE AB EL Yantic "Inky" Sigma Upsilon Nu Sociology Square dance fiend . . . Al- ways on the Archery Range . . . Dislikes people who are late . . . 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3 .. . Grange, 1, 2, 3 . . . Var- sity Club 3 . . . W.A.A., 3 . . . Junior Counselor 3 . . . Class Historian, 3. NORMAN EDXVARD ALDERMAN New Haven "Nork" Chfnzfslry "Coming to Willi?" . . . "How are your molars ?" . . . Conscientious, quiet . . . Go- ing to Chicago College of Dental Surgery in june . . . Announcer-Husky Network, 2, 3. ROBERT HALLOVVELL ADAMS New Haven "Bob" Kappa Sigma History "There's only one fraternity" . . . Well liked . . . Very friendly . . . IVitty . . . Transfer from University of North Carolina. FLORENCE ELLEN ANDERSON Fairfield "Flossie'l Blll'fIlI'l0I0g-'V Red hair and temperament to match . . . "He's a prince of a fellow" . . . Parasitology victim . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club 2 . Outing Club, 3. IRVING LESLIE ARONSON Hartford "Happy" Phi Epsilon Pi G0'UL'f7l7lll'7If Beanery Bard . . . "If only Mac were here" . . . A 'Hugh a minute . . . "I've got a cigarettel' . . . Har- Fassed house manager . . . Debating Club, l, 2 . . Basketball Manager, I . . Tennis Team, 1. CLEM ENT STEVENS BARLOXV Eastford "Clem" Chr-mislry Quiet . . . Studious . . . Motorcycle enthusiast . . . Commutes b e t w e e n Hall 1701111 and Chem. Lab. . . . Glfe Club, 3 . . . Chemistry Club, 2, 3 . . . A.C.s., 2, 3. MAURICE J. AROVAS New Haven "Mason" Tau Epsilon Phi 17lJ'1H'!17Il'l' 'WVhatdaya mean fat? l'm builtl!l" . . . High string and low cut . . . Four comers, Mason? . . . New Haven sharpie . . . Husky Network, 2 . . . Campus, 2 . . . Hillel, 2, 3. HOWARD EDXVARD BARNES Plantsville f'Bi1fnC5"' Eta Lambda Sigma Mvchaniml Efzgirwrrizzg B.M.O.C .... "Hi Cutie" . . . Percival . . . Books were made for decorations , , , "The Angel" of Hall Dorm . . . Potential Bird- man . . . Engineering' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3. J U N IOR CLASS inelem gflftiy-741166 MORTON BARATZ New London "Mo" Etafzollxics Sportsman to the proverbial fingertips . . . Argumenta- tive it seems . . . Business- man . . . News Commen- tary, 2, 3 . . . Husky Net- work, 2, 3 . . . Debating Club, 2 . . . Cross Country, 2 . . . Track, 2 . . . Intra- mural Sports, 2, 3. HENRY GRAY BARTLEY Bristol "Vat" Sigma Chi G0fl2fI'7llllf7If One of the Literary Garret Haunters . . . "Smarten up, you jerks" . . . Studies best with legs draped over fur- niture . . . Campus, 1 . . . Features Editor, 2 . . . Pen- craft, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 2 . . . Assistant Business Manager, 3 . . .OH'icers' Club. PAULINE MARIE BARBIERI Windsor Locks "Cricket" - Kappa Alpha Theta Phyriral Educalion She wears a pair of silver wings . . . Talking about ebony tresses . . . Sweetheart of the PX . . . Cheerful lit- tle earful . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . junior Social Chairman, 3 . . . W.S.G.A., 3 . . . W.A.A., 3 . . . Varsity Club, 3 . . . Head Sports Chair- man, 3. JACK BASS Hartford "Jackson" Tau Epsilon Phi Chrmixtry Out-Wins a n d Out-InHu- ences . . . Dale Carnegie... Quiet? . . . Studious . . . l'She'll call back and ac- cept." A . 29 l J U N l0R CLASS fVineZ'een Qaaiy-7fmee llAR0l..lJ BA'l"l' New Haven "Hal" l.'l1rlni.vtry "XVant some cheese?" . . . Sharpest ties on campus... "Come on fellows - Fast Game" . . . A.C.S., 2, 3... Hillel Foundation, 2, 3 . . . Track, 2. MARY FRENCH BISUG Danbury "Beggsic" History Transfer student . . . Al- ways a laugh . . . "I-low're you doin' ?" . . . Good notes . . . Newman Club. HCA N-CH RYSUSTUIW li BA UDREA U Putnam "jack" Iitychnlogy lixisting and wondering why . . . I.nok.r innocent . . . ln- hibited even in the arms of Bacchus . . . "Have to hit the Q.P.'s to come back next year." 'l'l'lliRON ALLI NG BlilSl BGIEI., -IR. XVoodl1ridge "Bike" lfrlumlion "All girls are alike" . . . Busboy romeo . . . Has defi- nite ideas . . . Education Club, 3 . . . Agriculture Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club, 1. 2, 3 . . . Horticulture Club, 2 . . . Dramatics, 2. liLl.lS ATWOOD BECK Rocky Hill "Boom" lita Lambda Sigma l'l1y.rirnl lfrlumlirm "Slap and Me" . . . Stand- by of the Nursery . . . Clown of "X" House . . . Not just a fair weather friend . . . Football, l . . . Basketball, l, 2, 3, . . . Soccer, 2, 3 . .. Baseball, l, 2. 3 . . . Var- sity Club. VVILLIAM WILSON B ELC H ER New London "Belch" Ix'u.vinr.t.v Admizzirlrniinn From the Halls of Monte- zuma . . . Killer Diller... A way with the women . . . Philosophy Club, 3 . . . S.A.lVl., 3 . . . Spanish Club, 3. MARY FRANC IES BEISBIS Storrs "Beeb" Kappa Alpha Theta Mnlhrmalirr Transfer from Connecticut College for NVomen . . . Regular Storrsite . . . Quiet perserverance . . . "How's the girl?" . . . Ready smile . . . Choir, 2, 3 . . . Math Club, 3 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . -lunior Counselor. HOWARD N. BIENEDICT WVaterbury "Norm" Alpha Gamma Rho Clu'mi.rIry American Chemical Society, 3. 30 DAVID BERMAN New Haven ttsamvx Phi Sigma Delta Aeeounting H dwhgis EJOing.to win Satur- lay? - - - Quiet . . . Friend- Y - -H. Athlete . . . Lover - - - You made the pants '00 Short" . . . Math Club, 5, -3.. . Hillel Foundation, LYNETTE JESMA BISHOP Cl'lCSll'e tlLynneu Karma Alpha Theta Foods and Nutriiion Dates Galore . . . Always in me swim . . . Clever with NC needle . . . Hep to the -are - - . Home Economics Ubi ll. 2. 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . Swimming Club, 2, J. IRVI-NG BERNSTEIN Hartford "Hawk" Phi Epsilon Pi Mechanieal Engineering "Get me a date for Satur- day" . . . "When I gave Goodman clarinet lessons" . . . "You do the M.E. to- night" . . . Mr. Esquire... Engineers, Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Hillel Foun- dation, 3 . . . University Band, 1, 2 . . . Intramural Council, 3. VIRGINIA GRACE BLACK Watertown "Blackie" Sigma Upsilon Nu Foods and Nutrition Plays an enthusiastic game of tennis . . . Pet aversion- horses . . . has none of the vices . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . - Town and Gown, 1, 2, 3 . - - Home Economics Club, 1, 23. A . RICHARD EDWARD BLAKE Stratford "Dick" Sigma Phi Gamma Cifvil Engineering Youthful ,Casanova . . . "Dad- dy" to the girls . . . Engineer- ing is his diet. . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . , A.S.C.E., 1 2, 3 . . . Treasurer A.S. C.E., 3. ARTHUR BLUMBERG New Haven "Boots', Phi Epsilon Pi Insuranee Dude Rancher . . . Nautical Bus-boy . . . "I gotta go to work" . . . Acres of smiles . . . Beach corridor fixture . . . Swimming Team, 2 . . . Philosophy Club, 3 . . . S. A.M., 3. 31 IRVING BLOCK Bridgeport "Irv" Tau Epsilon Phi fleeounting The man with the knife . . . A shooter . . . First in bean- ery line . . . "Alan, it's 5:27!l!" . . . Fixture C.P.A. . . . Track, 1 . . . Chess Club, 2, 3 . . . Math Club, 2 . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Executive Comit- tee, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Treas- urer, 3. STANLEY MERRILL BOCKSTEIN East , Haddam "Bock" Alpha Kappa Pi Chemistry "Hey Students" . . . Devoted grille slave . . . Worrier De- luxe . . . "Can't you fellows keep this room clean?" . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Socoer, 1, 2 . . . Swimming, 1, 2, 3 . . . Tennis, 1. ROBERT PHILLIP BOVVEN VVatcrbu ry "Bob" Sigma Phi Gamma linclrriology Regular fellow . . . Tranquill . . . "What are books?"... Varsity Club, 3 . . . Cross Country, 1, 2 . . . Captain, 3 . . . Track, 1, 2, 3. JOI-IN JOSEPH BRADY, JR. Waterbury Sigma Phi Gamma Mfchaniml l:'ngin1'z'r Conversationalist when he feels like talking . . . Engi- neers' Club, 1, 2, 3, . . . A.S.M.E., 1, 2, 3 . . . Treas- urer, 3. JOHN BOYKO YVindsor "l5oyk" Forrstry Quiet . . . Studious . . . Con- scientious . . . Devoted to his books . . . Interested in VViltl Life Management . . . Ag. Club. PATRICK FRANCIS BRAY Norwich "Pat" Alpha Gamma Rho llnctrrriology Busboy with a crash . . . Bedside Manner . . . On the ball when necessary . . . Can take 'em or leave 'em . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Biology Club, 2 3 . . . Amer- ican Chemical Society, 3. 32 MARY ROBERTA BOLAN Waterbury Sigma Upsilon Nu Secretarial Studies The short of it . . . Line with the lads . . . Tennis ace . . . Knitting authority . . . New- man Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Pan Hellenic Council, 3 . . . jun- ior Council. EMERSON HOWARD BOSWORTH Vernon Center "Homer" Phi Mu Delta English Former Chaplain of Phi Mu Delta . . . Deep thinker . . . Home Spun Philosophy . . . Studies but doesn't let it in- terfere with his education.. . Mediator, 3. , CRAIG ARTHUR BOSSI Bristol "Boss" Phi Mu Delta E1zgincz'ring Liked by all who know him . . . Has a deep character and a simple concrete logic . . . A friendly smile and in- teresting brown eyes . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2 . . . S.A.M. PRISCILLA PRENTISS BOURNE West Hartford "Patch" Kappa Alpha Theta Art and Trxlilm' Poet for the "Pointer" . Partial to scrap piles . . delights in corny jokes . . . "What class do I haven? . .. Choir. 1. 2 . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Home Economics Club, 3 . . . Philosophy Club, 3... Carollers, 3 . . . Convocation Committee, 2. l l i EDWARD JAMES BRENNAN, JR. Bethany "Edu Sociology V-Torsoed speedboy . . . Five day student . . . "Who's getting up P" . . , Like a book, the cover tells nothing . . . "I Hunked" . . . Trans- fer from University of North Carolina. ROBERT BI DWELL BRUCE Middletown "Boop" Theta Xi ,-Inimal I-Iurbandry The managerial spirit "but out in Middletown" . . . The long view . . . Jalopy-jockey . . . Intramural spark . . . Soccer, Manager 1,' 2, 3 . . . Track, 1, 2 . . . Cross Coun- try, 3 . . . Agriculture Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bridle. ALLEN GUSTAVE BRIDGE Hazardville "Suspension" Sigma Phi Gamma Zoology Cheerful busboy and leader of Busboys' Tray Spinners and Choristers . . . "In Haz- ardville there are only two activities: sleeping and fish- ing, and in the winter the fishing season is closed."... Football, 1 . . . Track, 1... Mediator, 3. DOROTHY LOUISE BUCH Ansonia "Dotty" Kappa Kappa Gamma Sociology Funny in her chatty moods . . . Takes long walks alone . . . Would like to live on a farm . . . Her favorite di- version - Long Distance 'Phone' Calls from Ansonia . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 2 . . . Cam- pus, 2 . . . Montieth Arts, 2 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3. JUNIOR CLASS inefeen 610414,-7Aue RALPH DUDLEY BRIGGS, JR. New London "jock" Alpha Gamma Rho Mechanical Engineering Droll fellow . . . Applied gusto to those seemingly un- comprehensible Engineering Courses . . . Oflicers Club, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Engi- neers' Club, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country, 1 . . . Track, 2. HOWARD M. BUCHANAN Milford "Buck" Phi Mu Delta Engineering Conscientious student . . . Member of Soccer Team... Likes to horse around but behind it all, there's ambi- tion with ability . . . Soccer, 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club . . . A.S.C.E .... Oflicers' Club . .. Baseball Manager, 1, 2. WALTER MIX BRISTOL Storrs "Needlenosel' Eta Lambda Sigma Agricrzllurul Economics One of the boys . . . Mystery man . . . "Still water runs deep" . . . S.A.M., 3. EVELYN JEANETTE BUELL Plainfield "Jean" Foods and Nutrition Transfer from Pembroke.. . Studies constantly -- except when she's busy being "En- gaged" . . . A whiz at chem ...4-HClub 2,3...Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . . University Christian Asso- ciation, 2, 3. A . 33 JUNIOR CLASS inefeen godly-'7f12zee PHYLLIS MILDRED CALHOUN Stamford "Phil" Allerelei Sociology A tendency to grind, but withal, a terrific sense of hu- mor . . . Friendly . . . Gets a kick out of doing things . . . Glee Club, 1, 2, Secre- tary, 2, Business Manager, 3 . . . Outing Club, 2, 3 . . . Varsity Club, 3 . . . U.C.A. Council, 3. EDITH WARNER CARSTEN Branford "Dee" Kappa Kappa Gamma Sociology Obliging, friendly and good natured . . . "I got an A- once" . . . Naive humor... Penthouse alarm clock . . . Apparition at bedtime . . . Campus, 2, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 2, 3, Executive Secretary, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . Monteith Arts Club, 2, 3. SPENCER G. CAMPISELL Brookfield "Soupy" Sigma Phi Gamma ,flgricullural Economic: Easy and unassuming . . . Studies when gas tickets run low . . . Orlicers' Club, 3. LEWIS LORING CARTER, jR. Somers "Larry" lfnglirh Transfer from A.I.C .... Whimsical . . . Amiable . . . Tendency toward the raised eyebrow . . . Lyricist. ALVIN JAYE BARBARA JANE CARR CAPLOWITZ Branford Barby New Haven Cappre Kappa Kappa Gqmmq Zoolo Good student . . . Q.P.R. crazy . . . Burns out the mid- night oil . . . Personal friend ,utkovei to ssl Emhu Y sr oogre Salruffg ' ' ' I?fiiEmrlre'5' S0C'0'0gr C'l"'3 MOH work' 3. ' ' ' 'i y - tert Arts 3 PASQUALE JOSEPH CASANOVA New Haven "Pat" Alpha Kappa Pi Gowrnnlonl CAS1 ELLON "Egad !" . . . A grinder every I-.ut Ihven Colonepr night . . . "I'm Hunking my Spanish" . . . Little, but dy- Slgmq Ch' mlmlc - - - iiwhefe would the Bankzng and Imamr' world be withorrt government majors!" . . . Freshman Cross Campus Caterer Int1'1 Country . . . Newman Club, mural Ace Metes out the 2, 3 . . . International Rela- meals Pink Letters tions Club, 2, 3 . . . Univer- ven s my lucky nrrrnber sity Players, 2, 3 . . . Outing l"ootb'1ll 1 Basket Club, 3. l 1 Intr'1mur'rls 2 3 34 gy Sociology PATRICIA LOUISE CHAPMAN Hamden "Par" English Transfer from Larson junior College . . . "Part two of Club Matinee" . . . The raised eyebrow, the quick quip . . . Constantly on the ball . . . or behind it . . . Nutmeg, 3. NORMAN ARTHUR CLARKE Waterbury "Norm" Si 'ma Phi Gamma Bacteriology The bashful appearance that fools few . . . Bus boy . . . Always plans to study but never quite succeeds . . . Break up the Bull Session, this isn't Times Square at 42nd . . . " . . . Oflicers' Club, 3 . . Nutmeg, 3. t . EMANUEL CHASNOFF New Haven "Manny" Phi Sigma Delta Psychology "Well look, fellows" . . . Man about campus . . . "My Children" . . . Industrious . . . Good student . . . Pied Piper . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3 . . . Mediator, 3. NANCY CLAIRE COGGINS Greenwich "Nancy" Kapna Kappa Gamma BIIJIIIUJJ Sophisticated but friendly . .. Keeps the oil burning at night . . . Dorm pranks . . . Neat and well groomed . . . Soft voice . . . Her own master . . . Nutmeg, Photog- raphy, 3. EDWARD COHEN PRISCILLA EST HER Ha1.tfol.d uRedn COHEN Tau Epgilon phi West Hartford "Preppy" Sfipngg ChI'IlIiJfI'y Joe Metler . . . Affable and Refldy Vylf - - - Good COIWGF- lovable , , , "AW, llyn ngt too Sf!lfl0IlZlll!St . . . A glCZ1Il'l ill young to gmoke Cigaygu . l D llel' Cys? . . . ClCV6I' . . . AffCl" Science Club, 1 . . . Biology nQ0n In Chemmfy L11l'S--- Clulj, 3, Hillel, 2, 3 . . . Husky Net- work, 3. HOWARD IRVING PATRICIA CERTRUDE coMsTocK, JR. CONFilEX7 Fairfield "Corn" ,Iewett City "Pat" Phi Mu Delta Sigma Upsilon Nu Gofvcrnnwrzt Ilomrh E,f07l0IlliC.f Trachnr Sharpie . . . Football Finesse Tf0i7ll'l!l 7, - oiisiiilii ii0iiiiBil?2ll','1',I3?h3 Um'W'ml.ng ' : ' Friendly . . . Baseball, 1 . . . Class ' ' IR flngf' Elhevery P12 Historian, 1 . . . Oflicers' ' ' 'U h,LP'f,01 eveggolle Club, 3 . . ,'Varsity Club, 3na ecgfltihi blubolg' it 33 ' ' ' Ph""S"l'hY Club, 3 . . . U.c.A. Council: 2 35 Vice-President, 3 . . . Swim- ming Club, 2 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . W.S.G.A. Treas- urer, 3 . . . Home Economics Club, 2, 3. RITA CECELIA CUMMINSKY Lynbrook, N. Y. Sociology "Wanta play monopoly ?" . . . Camera Clicker . . . Horse- woman extraordinary . . . Always ready to lend a hand . . . Campus, 1 . . . Outing Club, 1 . . . Spanish Club, 1 . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 2, 3. M ARI ON MAY DALLEY Hartford "Dilly" Alpha Delta Pi Bactcriology Hard worker . . . Chatterer . . . Wesleyan looks interest- ing . . . Practical joker . . . Always busy . . . "Wait 'till I put my face on." . . . Uni- versity Choir, 1, 2 . . . Glee Club, 3 . . . Monteith Arts, 1. JAMES CURRAN West Haven "Jimmie" Eta Lambda Sigma Accounting Star Quarterback of the "X" Machine . . . "Where's Rice P" A gem on the diamond . . . "Lover" . . . Baseball, 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club, 2, 3 . . . . . . S.A.M., 3 . . . Varsity Club. RICHARD VINCENT DALY Middletown "Gopher" Physical Education jazz-fiend . . . "Strictly from hunger" . . . Sharp dresser . . . "The Marines are the best" . . . Campus is just a resting place between trips . . . Basketball, 1, 2 . . . Golf, 1, 2. 36 WILLIAM RAYMOND COOKE Plainville "Bill" Eta Lamda Sigma Mcchanical Enginccring P. E. enthusiast . . . Studious . . . Banker of "XM . . . Pool Shark . . . "Got a butt?" Football, 1 . . . Basketball, 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Round Table, 3 . . . Newman Club, 2. 3. CAROLINE MILLER COWLES Stratford "Carrie" Accounting Stargazer . . . "George didn't call tonight!" . . . Flash that diamond . . . Sparkling eyes . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club, 3 . . . Monteith Arts, 2. CAROLYN ELAINE COON S Schenectady, N. Y. "Cuddles" Sfmnish Likes bowling and fencing . . . Loves music, both swing and classical . . . Spanish Club, 2 3 . . . Junior Coun- selor, 3. BRUCE R. CROWTHER West Haven "Bruser" Accounting Campus heart-throb . . . One of the lads . . . "Hey Mac" . . . Pleasant line . . . Trans- fer from Junior College of Commerce. BEATRICE AUDREY DAYTON Gildersleeve "And" English Happy . . . Noisy . . . In- fectious giggle . . . Generous . . . Ginny Grinders . . . "I didn't shoot so well today- only 580 . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . University Choir, 1 . . . Town and Gown, 1 . . . Or- chestra, 1 . . . Archery Club, 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND JAMES DIXON Westport "Ray" Sigma Phi Gamma Bu.rim'.r.r Helpful and obliging . . . Effi- ciency expert . . . "Get me up tomorrow. but don't be per- sistent" . . . University Play- ers, 1, 2 . . . Business Man- ager, 3 . . . University The- atre Association, 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club, 3. LEO FRANK De MARTINO New Haven "Lee" Sigma Chi Industrial MIIllllgfIIlH7Il Politician . . . Charm a spe- cialty . . . Efliciency plus... Beats it out . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . T1'i1Ck. 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Vice-Pres- ident, 2 . . . Student Senate, 3 . . . Business Manager "Nutmeg", 3 . . . Engineering Club, 1, 2 . . . S.A.M. 3. JAMES EDVVARD DONAHUE Pawtucket, R. I, 'flimu Sigma Chi Mfrllrzrziml E7lgi7lt'I'l'i7I!l Sports addict . . . Baseball . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Vice President, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Secretary, 3 . . . Newman Club, 2 . . . Baseball Manager, 1, 2, 3 ..- Varsity Manager, 3 . . . In- tramurals, 1, 2, 3. JUNIOR vi U HOPE ANN DEMORE East Berlin "Hopie Sigma Upsilon Nu Home Ifconrmrfrr Tmcllfr Training WVonderful personality . . . Very diplomatic-can handle people . . . "Oh kids" . . . Finger in every pie . . Stu- dent Senate, 2, 3 . . . XVS. G.C., 2, 3 . . . Secretary, 3 . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . Glee Club, 2 . . . Montieth Arts, 2 . . . Outing Club, 2 3. JOHN HUGH DOWVD, JR. West Hartford "Jack" Sigma Chi Induslrinl Mrlflrlgrllxfrll Speedy two-ringer typist . . . "Meet me in the Campus Orl'ice" . . . Always busy... Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Football, 1 . . . Fencing, 1 . . . Pencraft, 2, 3 , . . Cam- pus, 1 . . . News Editor, 2 3 . . . Special VVriter, 3 . . . Mediator, 3 . . . Round Ta- ble, 3 . . . Sigma Upsilon lota, 3 . . . Orlicers' Club, 3 S.A.M. Publicity Director, 3 . . . Class Treasurer, 3. CLASS ef-mf-ww MILDRED LOUISE DEXVEY Manchester "Ludu" Kappa Alpha Theta Iiaclrriology "Bos and I" . . . Works all day, plays bridge all night . . . And still gets marks... Elliciency expert . . . Players, 1, 2, 3 . . . Secretary, 2, 3 . . . U.T.A., 2, 3 . . . Nut- meg, 2, 3 . . . Co-ed Edi- tor, 3. BARBARA C. DRAPER Stratford "Drape" Sigma Upsilon Nu Bacteriology Scatterbrain . . . Indecision -"Gee, kids, do you think it's O.K.?'l . . . Initiative... Monteith Arts, 1, 3 . . . Uni- versity Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . University Christian Asso- ciation Council, 2, 3 . . . WVomen's Athletic Council- Secretary-Treasurer, 3 . . . Outing Club, 2, 3 . . . Swim- ming Club, 2. A . 37 J U N ICR CLASS hzefeen Qzaalq-'7!mee WILLIAM DALE DRIPCHAK Ansonia "Bill" Eta Lambda Sigma Industrial Management "How did Ansonia make out this week?" . . . Polka en- thusiast . . . This year's stu- dent of the "X" House . . . Faithful Christianman . . Terrific terpsichorean . . . Football, 1, 2, 3 . . . Basket- ball, 1 . . . Baseball, 1, 2 . . . Officers' Club, 3 . . . S.A.M., 3. BARBARA WULF ELLIOTT Norwich "Bobby" Bacteriology Renowned for shrill laughter . . . Always ready for fun . . . Dislikes quiet people and quiet hours . . . constant chattering . . . Monteith Arts, 1 . . . Swimming Club, 1, 2 ...Town and Gown . . . Biology Club, 3. MILTON DROPO Moosup "Moose" Eta Lambda Sigma Chemistry They call him "Moosup" . . . Proctor of Horticulture Hall . . . Three letter man . . . "Let's dance" . . . Quiet- but quite a man . . . Football, 1, 2, 3 . . . Baseball, 1, 2, 3 . . . Basketball, 1, 2, 3 . . . Officers' Club, 3 . . . Varsity Club, 2, 3 . . . American Chemical Society, 3. EDWARD HAMPTON ELLIS Putnam "Ed" Phi Mu Delta Engineering Fleetfoot of the Track Team . . . Slim Wiry Type . . . Has a shimmering wit and never hesitates to use it . . . Track, 1, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country, 2 . . . Forestry Club, 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3. BETTY LUCILLE DUE Hartford "Betsy" Kappa Alpha Theta Bacteriology Fluffy hair with feathers . . . Bubbles over with enthusi- asm . . . Interesting clothes . . . Athletic, but not in type . . . Safety in numbers in your men . . . "Honey" . . . Cheerleader. 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . Swimming Team, 2 . . . Junior Coun- selor. KENNETH EUGENE ELLIS Vineland, N. J. "Ken" Poultry l'lu.fbz1ndry Transfer from Rutgers . . . Chicken Fancier and Boston Women . . . Bankiva Club, 2, 3 . . . University Players, 2, 3 . . . Husky Network, 2. BRUCE CHARLES EATON West Haven "Bruce" Mechanical Engineering Likes to feel the power of a motorcycle under him . . . Engineering Club, 2, 3 . . . Camera Club, 3 . . . Oflicers' Club, 3. ERNEST ESCHERT, JR. Old Greenwich "Owl" Alpha Gamma Rho Cifvil Engineering "There is something about a soldierl' . . . Aquatic Finesse . . . Argumentative . . . Never a dull moment . . . Football, 1, 2 . . . Swimming, 1,2,3...Track,3... Officers' Club, 3 . . . Engi- neers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S. C.E., 3. i l l 38 JEAN BEATRICE EZROW Maplewood, N. J. "Boots" Clwmistry Brain . . . Sportswoman . . . Vlanders about . . . Q. P's. her specialty . . . Campus, 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Founda- tion, 1, 2, 3 . . . Chemical Society, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 1. MURIEL FRANCES FARBER West Hartford "Mur" Sigma Kappa Delta Sociology Transfer from Northwestern . . . Long Dark Hair. . .In- teresting in acting . . . "Ezra's in the Air Corps" . . . Likes the U. of C .... Campus, 2 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3. MARTIN FAGAN Rockville "Marty" Eta Lambda Sigma History Beanery boy . . . Quiet and unassuming . . . Colorful pitcher . . . A Grind, but a good egg . . . Baseball, 1, 2 ' . . . History and Government Club. DOUGLAS P. FAY YVest Hartford Clfvil Erzgiflrfring "Oh I think I'll go for walk" . . . "That is what you think." . . . Outing Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E., 2, A RUTH FELDMAN Stamford "Kitten" Home l5co1zo1nic.t Snapping eves . . . Food for everyone . . . Ed's in the Army now . . . Wants to be a good golfer . . . Studies a lot . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3. .CELEEN EDNA FLYNN Plainfield A Kappa Kappa Gamma Home Econorrzica' Dashes for the Grill . . . "All Hail to The White and The Brownl' . . . Subtle hu- mor . . . "My date has a car" . . . Planner of circum- stance . . . Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . . Monteith Arts Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3 . . . Archery Club, 1, 2 . . . Nutmeg, 2. 39 DONALD FISHER Manchester "Chuck" Alpha Gamma Rho Elrrtrical lingincrriizg EntIiIlC6l'ing on the side . . . Pool' shark and sports au- thority . . . Stoic . . . Inter- ests off Campus . . . Cross Country, 1 . . . Track, 1 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 , , , A.I'.E.E., 3. RAYMOND KLEIN FOVVLER NVaterbury "Ray" Kappa Sigma Mcrhzmical Enginfcring Ebbing hair-line . . . Slipstick madman . . . Handy man to have about . . . "Done your cleaning assignment yet?" . . . Quiet . . . Unassuming . . . 100W Efliciency . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 2, 3. l VICTOR F. GALGOWSKI Middlefield "Swede" Alpha Gamma Rho .flgriculturc 4-H champ . . . Good na- tured goalie . . . Can be counted on in the tight spots . . . M.S. Major . . . Soccer, 1,2,3...Ag.Club,2,3... Bankiva, 1, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bridle, 1, 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club . . . Ofhcers' Club, 3. KATHERINE HELEN GALYA Fairheld "Kay" English She seems reserved - but wait . . . Petite . . . Efficiency plus . . . Red a passion . . . Transfer . . .Newman Club, 3. DAVID JOSEPH GALLIGAN Norwalk "Dave" Alpha Phi Ilislory Socialite . . . Looks toward Bridgeport . . . Studies too, they say . . . Chatters . . . Transfer from Junior Col- lege of Conn .... House Counselor and Social Chair- man of Storrs Hall. ART H UR HARRY GANDLEMAN New Haven "Art" Tau Epsilon Phi Chmnirlry "The body" . . . Punchy . . . Punchy . . . Punchy . . . "Get his name" . . . Terrific line . . . Biology Club, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3. 40 ELINOR FRANKLIN Winsted "Ellie" History Transfer from Hartford jun- ior College . . . Social gal . . . "Doris and I" . . . Sprague Hall Canteen . . . Spanish Club, 3 . . . Campus, 3 . . . Sprague House Chair- man, 3. JOYCE MADLYN FRASER Hartford "Frase" Kappa Alpha Theta Home Ecrmomits Tmcher Training A Q.P. figurer . . . "Oh, kids" . . . I couldn't, could I? . . . Her Big Ben's roar brings fame . . . Record for outfits worn in one day . . . Newman Club, 1,3 . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . Social Commit- tee, 2. NATHAN MATHEW FRANKLIN Moodus "Nate" Tau Epsilon Phi Mathnrnatics and lnrurancr Friendly smile . . . Grind . . . Athlete supreme . . . Banner Lodge Alumnus . . . Larry's Boy, Nate . . . Trans- fer from C.C.N.Y .... Out- ing Club, 3 . . . Hillel Foun- dation, 2, 3 . . . Math Club, 2, 3 . . . Oflicers' Club, 3. ROBERT AUSTEN FULLER West Hartford "Bob" Theta Xi Enginrnring Tall realist. . . "Now, in the shop" . . . "C'mon T' Willi, Whit" . . . Slip stick specialist . . . "I hadda date this sum- mer" . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 1, 2, 3 . . Chess Club, 1. LELAND C. GATES VVeatogue "Lee" Alpha Gamma Rho Mechanical Engineering Reserved humor . . . Blonde and quiet . . . Convertible plus personality . . . Engi- neers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Math Club, 3 . . . Truck, 1. ELIZABETH MARION GLASS Hartford "Betty" Sigma Upsilon Nu Chfrlzislry A Hartfordite at heart . . . Loyal to Trinity . . . Half of the chem-crazy stock room duo . . . American Chemi- cal Society 2, 3 . . . Choir 2, 3 . . . University Chris- tian Association, - Counsel Member 2, 3 . . . Interfaith Counsel 2, 3 . . . junior Counselor. CLARA MARY GENETOS New Haven "Babe" Soriology Exquisite outfits . . . Fetch- ing curls . . . The proverbial bee . . . Silky tone in her voice . . . Montieth Arts, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . International Relations Club, 3. MARION NANCY GLICKMAN Waterbury "Glickie" Theta Psi History Cleanup council at house . . . Gay-but thoughtful . . . Bull sessions a hobby . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Hillel Foundation 1, 2 . . . Inter- national Relations Club 3. JUNIOR Mhmq CLIFFORD ALFRED GERMAN XValcott "Cliff" Chnmimtry "You have something there" . . . Serious . . . Good stu- dent . . . Modest . . . Never offends . . . Band 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 1 . . . U.C.A. 1 . . . Chemistry So- ciety 3. BERNARD GOLDBECK West Haven "Bernie" Sigma Phi Gamma Mechanical Enginrnring Transfer from New Haven Teachers College . . . jitter- bug and drummer extraordi- nary . . . Grinds hard to learn words and music of the latest jive songs. CLASS aw,--11m.-, ATTILO JOHN GIANINI Hartford Phi Mu Delta Cifvil Enginfcring Hey, how'd you get that? . . .No kidding! . . . Quiet, friendly . . . Ready smile . . . Engineering Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3 . . . Choir 1. 2, 3 . . . Oflicers' Club 3 . . . Swimming 2. MORRIS HARRY GOLDBERG New Haven "Mo-Mo" Phi Sigma Delta Chnflixlry "There must be a way to make quinine" . . . Chemist de-luxe . . . Conscientious worker . . . HP. E. Major" . . . Lampson Science Club 1 . . . Hillel Foundation 2, 3 . . . A.C.S. 3. 4 41 JUNIOR CLASS inefeen adflllf-7fz2zee DAVID STANLEY GOODENOUGH Broadbrook "Dave" Kappa Sigma Psychology Transfer from University of Vermont . . . Pillar of the U.C.A .... 1'm the only fel- low that's going to grind to- night . . . Clergy background . . . f'Now at Vermont" . . . University Christian Asso- ciation 2. RICHARD MALCOLM GRANT South Windsor "Dick" Eta Lambda Sigma Ilurtitulturz' "Hoot Mon" . . . "Scottie" . . . Last year's lover-this year's steady Eddy . . . Allergic to sleeping porches . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Track 1, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country 3 . . . Class Treas- urer 2 . . . Freshman Week Committee 3 . . . Officers' Club 3. AMY MYREL GOLDING Brooklyn, N. Y. English Brain extraordinary . . Says the unexpected . . . Diminutive . . . Always a new hairdo . . . Or a new angle on things . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . Pencraft 3. FRED GRASMEYER Storrs "Grassy" Theta Xi Forzuflry and Hfild Life The mayor of Gurleyville . . . "Wanna go T'Brook- lyn P" . . . Ambassador from Bedford Avenue . . . Engi- neer turned Daniel Boone . . . Earl Carrol complex . . . Sharpy . . . Rilie Team 2, 3 . . . Intramural Coun- cil 2, 3 . . . Forestry Club 3 . . . Officers' Club 3. FRIEDA GOODMAN Hartford "Fritz" Theta Psi Insurarzrc "Quips and cranks and wreathed smiles" . . . Can be serious if she tries . . . Loyal friend . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Hillel 2, 3. BETTY JEANNE GRAY Nichols Kappa Kappa Gamma Business Administration "Exaggeration runs in the family" . . . Oh kids, I had a 'wonderful time!" . . . Pixie smile and all the world laughs with her . . . Lots of sparkle . . . Campus 2, 3 . . . Nutmeg 2, Managing Editor 3 . . . Class Historian 2 . . . University Players' Association 1, 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club 1, Z . . . Montieth Arts 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club 1 . . . junior Coun- cilor 3. DAVID WHITEMAN GORDON Hartford "Merriwell" Phi Epsilon Pi Accounting Sport from New York . . "I got squat for kale" . . . Whitney's answer to the la- bor problem . . . Toasted English . . . "Never took a lesson in my life" . . . Football 1, 2 . . . Campus Business Board 1, 2, 3 . . . Subscription Manager 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation Ex- ecutive Council 1 . . . S.A.M. 3. JOHN GREENWOOD Bridgeport johnny" Eta Lambda Sigma Industrial Management "Mousetrap,' . . .Pete this and Pete that . . . "Right fellas P" ., . . "I haven't time to clean" . . . A slow, sweet smile. . . One of football's most faithful . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Round table 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3 . . . Var- sity Club 2, 3. 42 HAYDEN L. GRISWOLD Manchester "Gris" Sigma Phi Gamma Cifuil E7lgf7lL'L'fl7ly Quiet . . . conscientious sol- dier . . . Tiddle winks with man-hole covers . . . Track 1... Baseball 1, 2 . .. Officers' Club 3 . . . Engi- neers' Club . . . A.S.C.E. HOWARD IRWIN GROSS West Hartford "Howie" Tau Epsilon Phi Zoology A four letter man . . . Small but tough . . . Smoothie on dance Hoor . . . Band 1 . . . Orchestra 1 . . . Hillel Foun- dation 1, 2 . . . Soccer 1 . . . Biology Club 2. HEINZ O. GRONAU Bridgeport "H0l'IlCf" Phi Mu Delta Bartcriology Has a laugh which can't be duplicated . . . The mad sax- man . . . Loves to play and can . . . regular fellow . . . Tennis Team 1 . . . .Col- legians 1, 2, 3 . . . Univer- sity Band 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA ROSE HALAPIN Bridgeport HGIHUN Kappa Alpha Theta History Personality plus . . . Blonde Bombshell . . . Elegant dancer . . . All-round Per- fection . . . Calls everyone "poo" . . . Campus 1, 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 2 . . . University Players 1 . . . Husky Network 3 . . . Edu- cation Club 3 . . . Nutmeg 3. A . INEZ VIRGINIA HANSEN Hartford Kappa Alpha Theta Gofvcrnfnmzt "just for the laughs" . . . XVilli goer . . . 31 Q.P.R. . . . Journalist . . . Nose for news . . . Campus Corre- spondent for the Hartford Times . . . Philosophy Club 3 . . . History and Gov- ernment Club 3 . . . Campus 1, 2, 3, Managing Editor, 3. ROBERT EDVVI N HARRIS New Britain "Bob" ' Eta Lambda Sigma Cifvil Iingimrrring Golden voice of "X" house . . . Willie Westinghouse . . . Great fixer-upper . . . "Cost thirty-five bucks, I got it for nineteen" . . . Nation's fourth longest kick--1941 . . . Football 1, 2, 3 . . . Basket- ball 1 . . . Varsity Club . . . A.S.C.E. 43 cLA1R CHARLES HARPER, JR. Pomfref "l'I0ppy" Kappa Sigma Imurann' Chief supporter of the P.O. . . . "VVho's going to Willi?" Mainstay of the tenor sec- tion . . , Correspondents from here to there . . . Glee Club 1, 2, President 3 . . . S.A.M. 3. OLIVER M. HART VVest Cornwall "Ollie" ' , Sigma Chi Cifvil lfllgirznwiltfl Soccer 1 . . . Husky network 1, 2, 3 . . . Assistant Chief Engineer Husky Network 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3 . . . Engi- neers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Out- door boy . . . Let's have a blanket party . . . Guess I'll register one of these days . . . experienced lover, NORMAN CARL HEILMAN, JR. Wallingford "Dutch" Eta Lambda Sigma Mechanical Engineering 165 pounds of fighting fury . . . Showboat Heilman . . . Q.P. getter . . . Arthur Mur- ray . . . Swell pal . . . Foot- ball 1, 2. 3 . . . Swimming 1 . . . Track 1 . . . Round Table 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Secre- tary 3. HARRY HERZFELD, IR. Hartford "Hershey" Phi Kappa Lambda Chemistry "The bigger they come the harder they fall" . . .' "Shut up, and eat" . . . Mighty mite, . . . Proud of his red shirt and short hair . . . 1-A material . . . Swimming 2, 3 . . . Chess Club 3. BROOKS HEISE YVest Hartford "Brooksie" Eta Lambda Sigma Engineering A smile for all . . . Math shark . . . Ambition galore . . . Trombone tooter . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Band 1, 2, 3 . . . Sec. Treas. 3 . . . Orchestra 1, 2. HUGH FRANCIS HOGAN Hamden "Hughie" Busincnr: Administration "The best" . . . Well-l-l men-" . . . Week-ends in Hartford . . . "You poor en- gineers" . . . Watches his diet and waits for the food- man . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3. 44 ROBERT DELOS HART Collinsville "Bob" Electrical Engineering Evil genius of WILXV . . . "Everyone studies if he's an engineer" . . . Casual Con- versant . . . slightly on the gay side. WALTER B. HAYTER, JR. Stamford "Wall', Sigma Phi Gamma Engineering "There are three types of people on campus: engineers, professors and human be- ings" . . . Soccer 1, 2 . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Husky network 1, 2, 3. HOWARD M. HATCH Danbury Ci-vil Engineering Let's go eat! . . . Hard worker . . . Studious . . . Willing to lend a hand . . . Engineering Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3. MARGARET IRENE HEALY Stamford "Pete" Sigma Upsilon Nu Bacteriology Cheery smile . . . Heart at Penn State . . . Collects boats . . . "Let's get organ- ized" . . . Scout enthusiast . . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . W.A.A. Representative. i I l I LOIS FREDERICA HOLCOMB Waterbury Sigma Upsilon Nu History and Gofverlzmcnt UDMH, I've got a meeting" - - . Well dressed . . . Gen- eI'0US.t0 a fault . . . "Who Says 1I,S quiet hours?" . . . Montieth Arts 2, 3 . . . Edu- cation Club 3 . . . Inter- faith Council. CATHERINE ANN HOURIGAN Norwich c1Kayxx Sigma Upsilon Nu Chcmixtry "Wh'at a mess I'm in" . . . Studious . . . Verbal machine gun . . . Excellent swimmer r - - Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 - American Chemical So- Clety, 3, TACY WETHERILL HOOD Riverside Delta Delta Delta History "The dish" . . . "Where's my comb?" . . . Dates two weeks in advance . . . Trans- fer from Colby . . . Enjoys her Beanery meals down to the last toothpick . . . Nut- meg 3 . . . Education Club 3 . . . House Council Repre- sentative DONALD GILBERT HOYT, JR. Glenbrook "DUNN Kappa Sigma Jllcchaniral Engincrring "Nan and I" . . . "We Engi- neers" . . . Industrious . . . Friendly . . . Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2 fVlCC President and Treasurer, 27 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3, CBusineSS Manager, 35 . . . Carollers, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country, 1... Track, 1, 2, 3 . . . Oliicers' Club, 3. JUbWOR indeen BERTHA HORN VVillimantic "Bertie" Englixh "It's perfect" . . . Sense of humor . . . Her car's her pride and joy . . . Sociable, but yes . . . Loves to chat . . . Spanish Club 3. MARY MacNAUGHTON HUBBARD Chaplin "Mollie" Zoology Book worn . . . Good fun . .. Obliges the Red Cross with beautifully knit sweaters. .. Transfer from Hartford jun- ior College. CLASS fzwffvfm RUTH MABLE HORSMAN Stafford Psychology Transfer from Bates College . . . Mystery woman . . . Elusive . . . A friend in need BARBARA G. HUGO Bridgeport "Bobby" Kappa Alpha Theta Spanish Hapnv 'fo lucky . . . Dimples . . . Likes her bridge games . . . Cheery . . . Secretary of Class 1 . . . Social Chairman of Class 1 . . . History and Government Club, 3. i A . 45 J U N IOR CLASS inelieen ow:f,-7zm SHIRLEY L. HUNT Darien "Hunt-Lunt" Alpha Delta Pi English Extrovert . . . On every- oneis committee . . . "Mad about musicn and the Army Air Corp . . . Choir, 1 . . . Glee Club, 2 3 . . . Secre- tary, 3, . . Junior Coun- selor. JOSEPH INTRAVIA Hartford "Joe" Kappa Sigma Gafvnrnmcnt "That goes without say- ing" . . . "The essence of philosophy is confusion" A bundle of personality and a little black mustache . . . Very popular . . . A swell fellow . . Ollicers' Club, 3 . . . Treasurer of Kappa Sigma, 3. SHIRLEY BARBARA HUNTER New Britain "Shirl" - Chemistry "Give me my skis and some snow" . . . Exclusive sport styles . . . That white jack- et . . . He's in the Army . . . Transfer from Teach- ers' College of Connecticut . . . American Chemical So- ciety, 3. STEPHEN C. IVANOVICH Stratford "Ibby" Phi Mu Delta Indurtrial Marzagzrmvnl Phi Mu Stand-by in Intra- murals . . . The Silent Think- er . . . Member of Pent House A. C. ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE HYDE East Woodstock "Libbie" Sigma Upsilon Nu English Extrovert . . . Friendly . . . Interesting conversationalist . . . Likes to knit . . . 4-H Club, 2 3 . . . University Christian Association, 1, 2, 3. MARIE CHRISTANEDA JACOBS Bridgeport "Jake" Phi Theta Kappa Sociology Transfer from Virginia Un- ion University and Junior College of Connecticut . . . Witty and appreciates wit . . . Books a necessity . . . "Let's listen to the radio. MARY-JANE INGHAM Norwalk "M.J." Kappa Alpha Theta Textile: Giggles and runs . . . Gor- geous red hair . . . Have you seen the twin sport jackets? . . Queen candi- date . . . "Pismire" . . . Education Club, 3...Home Economics Club, 2, 3. BELLE GLORIA JACOBSON Norwich "Glory" Sociology Interest in classical music . . . Gay . . . Camera fiend . . . "Stan and I" . . . So- ciology Club, 3 . . . Biology Club, 3 . . . Camera Club, 3...GleeClub,1... Hillel Society, 2 . . . Hillel Choir, 3 . . . Hillel Counsel, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3. 46 LOUIS JOHN JACOBUCCI Derby ujaken Alpha Phi Gofunrrzmerzl The Bambino . . . Temper- mental . Works in spasms - - . Little man with big glasses . . . Anecdotes which amuse and amaze . . . Cam- PUS. 2. RUBI N ISRAEL JAFFE Colchester ffRubeu Phi Sigma Delta Sociology fDarn that blood-pressure, b Want to Hy." . . . Sweater DY - - . Mr. District At- fomfy . . . "Yokel Boy makes g00d" . . . Tennis, E143 .. . Football, 1 . . . Ccfclology Clllb, 3 . . . Glee ,Ub, 2 . . . Hillel Founda- Hon. 2, 3. BEATRICE JACQUES West Haven "Bea" Psyrhology "Turn on the news" . . . "Where are we going to eat tonite, kids?" . . . You never know what she's go- ing to say . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . International Relations Club, 3. SIDNEY JAFFE New Haven "Big Sid" Tau Epsilon Phi Psychology U.C.B.S. with a vengeance . . . I'm Hunking out . . . Private suite in Koons . - - Parlez-Vous . . . Has to tight them off . . . Campus, 1, 2, 3 . . . Huskv Network, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3 . . . Officers' Club, 3 . French Club, 1, 2 . . . Radw Playe1's, 2, 3 . . . U.T.A. 2, 3. ROBERT JOSEPH JEFFRIES Hartford "Jeff" Sigma Phi Gamma Eli-rtricnl Engincrringf Quiet personality that blos- soms in a Bull Session . . . Course Killer . . . Mas- ter of Facts and Figures . . . Cross Country, 1, 2, 3 . . . Track, 1, 2 . . . Engi- neers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E., 1, 2 . . . A.I'.E.E., 3. JOSEPH KAGAN Hartford "J0lrin .IOCU Tau Epsilon Phi Dairy Manufarlure SH. kid boy! . . . "It's too effeminatellll' . . . MIS. Ma- jor . . . "Gee, I mllked ta cow yesterday" . . . OH1- cers' Club, 3 . . . Football, 1, 2 . . . Baseball, 1, 2 . . . Campus, 2 . . . Hillel So- Cigty, 2, 3 . . . Agricultural Club, 1, 2 . . . Intramural Council, 3. 47 NORMA D. JOHNSON rIll10mPS0l1 "Johnny" Kappa Kappa Gamma' Sfrrrfarial Studios "Finlandia" . . . "S0rrv, kids, I have a rneetingfl It's laughter she's after , . . Efficient . . . How does she get those marks? . . . Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Vice Pres- ident, 3 . . . Student Sen- ate, 3 . . . W.S.G.A., 3 . . . Grange, 1, 2, 3 . . . Student VVar Council, 3 . . . Junior Counselor, '3 . . . Nutmeg, 3 . . . Monteith Arts, 3 . . . Community House Commit- tee, 3 . . . S.A.M., 3. HERBERT RUEL KATZ Hartford' "Katzie" Tau Epsilon Phi Chemistry "H. Druel" . . . Balances the budget . . . has own in- nerspring mattress . . . Quiet but deadly? . . . Not an ene- my in the world . . . Cheer- leader, 1, 2 . . . A.C.S., 3 . . . Math Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Biology Club, 3 . . . Hillel Society, 2, 3. LEO KlVEl..EVVl"l'Z Norwich "Kivel" Phi Epsilon Pi A4I'l'lI!l7Ii1'!Il lf!lgillI'l'l'Illfj "Das why l like it" . . . Bronc Buster . . . "Hey Aloe, got the thermo done?" . . . Dialectician extraordi- nary . . . 'WVake me up at tive" . . . Engineers' Club, I, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . .. Hillel Foundation Executive Council, 2, 3 . . . Univer- sity Inter-Faith Council, 3. HELEN KOCOBA Ansofliil "Len" Ila1't1'rfulngy Music Lover . . . "Ye Gads" VVilling to lend a-hand... History Interests her . . . Congeniality's the password . . . Allerei, l, 2 . . . Ger- man Club, 3. MORGAN MARSHALL KLINE Hartford "Red" Phi Sigma Delta lim 710 mira "No more engineering, now I live." . . . Captain . . . "l ain't got nobody." . . . Yard-bird . . . "Carter and l" . . . "Don't let your studies interfere with your cducationf, . . . En ineers' 2 Club, 1, 2 . . . Hillel Foun- dation, 2, 3. FRIEDA KRAMER New Milford "Fritz" I I 0 m 1' lim ll 0 111 i rut Transfer from N.Y.U .... "Everything happens to me" . . . Cafeteria Blues . . . Designs her own clothes . . . Victim of amusing sit- uations . . . Spaghetti liend . . . Hillel Society . . . Choir. 48 JOHN H. KAVANEK Hartford "Lovey" Alpha Gamma Rho Forestry Corsage magnet . . . Strong Interest in Hartford . . . Contagious good nature... Cabin in the pines . . . Agricultural Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Forestry Club, 3 . . . Track, 3. RICHARD ADAMS KING Plantsville "Dick" Sigma Phi Gamma Combination of patience and quietness . . . Gets things done in a big way . . . Uni- versity Band, 1, 2, 3 . . . Drum Major, 3 . . . Pub- licity Manager, 3 . . . Uni- versity Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . President, 3 . . . Business Manager, 2 . . . University iOrchestra, 1, 2 . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Dormitory House Council, 3. EUGENE J. KELLY New Haven "Gene" Alpha Gamma Rho B1lJi1l6'.t'.l' Reformed Brush Salesman . . . Smiling Elm City En- trepreneur who can mix business with pleasure . . . S.A.M., 3 . . . Newman Club, 2, 3 . . . Round Table, 2 . . . Executive Commit- tee, 3 . . . Faculty Student Relations Committee, 3. CHARLOTTE BETTY KIRSCH NER New Haven "'I'oddy" Music Musician extraordinaire . . . Pianomaniac . . . Accom- modating lassie . . . Sweet Sue . . . Town and Gown, , 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2 . . . Orchestra, 1, 2, 3 . . . Program to Husky Net- work. 1 .., ANTHONY PATRICK KUZDAL Willimantic "Tony" Chemistry Commuter from Willi . . "Are you kidding?" . . . Friend to many . . . A whiz in any course . . . Coopera- tive kid . . . Newman Club, 1, 2. GUSTAVE NVERNER LARSEN Waterbury "Swede" Phi Mu Delta Industrial Management A-1 Intra-mural Star . . . "Boy I was hot last night" . . . Q. P.'s without trying too hard . . . Twinkle Toes . . . Vice-President of the junior Class . . . Freshmen foot- ball . . . S.A.M., 3. HAROLD M. LAMB Plainville 'KBun" Alpha Gamma Rho Electrical Engineering "The best" . . . Fast step- ping harrier . . . Boogie- Woogie Specialist . . . Self disciplined . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Cross Country, 3 . . . Track, 1, 2 . . . Huskey Network, 1 . . . Oflicers' Club, 3. ARROM MELVIN LASCHEVER Hartford "Mel" Phi Kappa Lambda Electrical Engineer You're in the Army now . . . Conscientious sleeper . . . Spreads his bread with "Traflic jam" . . . A. Mel- vin's Electronic Theory of Democracy . . . Archery, 1, 2, 3 . . . University Play- ers, 2. JUNIQR CLASS fvmetew daaiff-741186 ARMAND LAMBERTI Meriden Chemistry "All women are vain, per- lidious and artificial" . . . A lady killer . . . Plenty of personality . . . A live wire . . . Interests centered off campus . . . Newman Club, 2, 3 . . . Chemistry Club, 3 . . . Radio Club, 1. GERTRU DE ADAMS LATHROP Norwich "Gert" Textile: Spends her time in labs... Profs, please note . . . Dy- namic . . . 4--H Club, I, 2 . . . Allerlei, 1, 2 . . . Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 2. ELENOR LAPLACE Deep River K'Sime" Arts Sweetheart of Sprague . . "Goes for football" . . "X" marks the spot . Glee Club, 1. AUBERT LAVASTIDA From Cuba . . . Transfer from Tenn .... Prep School Pet . . . Brimful of energy . . . Loquacious Spanish Prexy . . . Spanish Club, 3 . . . President, 3. A . 49 I i JUNIGR CLASS :adam Qadq-'7!vtee ROXIE EDWARD LEONE East Hartford "Rox" Phi Mu Delta Industrial Management Always a friend . . . Sharp wit and humerous smile... Models Clothes for Esquire . . . A real socialite . . . Transfer from Northeast- ern University. HARRY LILJEDAHL West Hartford "Hank" Business Administration Ultra extraordinary . . . Brilliant . . . Stellar Sports- man and, oh, what a social whirl he functions in! . . . Soccer, 3. SAUL COI'R LIBERMAN Bridgeport "Swifty" Tau Epsilon Phi Business Administration- Marketing Public Relations Man . . . Rosy's Ex . . . If we had slip covers"-!" Adonis . . . F.Y.-I. Junior . . . Fas- tidious and meticulous . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Hillel, 2,3...Nutmeg,2,3... Husky Network, 3 . . . S.A.M., 3 . . . Mediator, 3. KATHLEEN LOLIS Easton "Kathie" Business Administration Transfer from Packer Col- legiate Institute . . . Eques- trienne . . . Literary to a degree . . . Socialite . . . Always has time to ex- change a joke with you . . . Pencraft, 3 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3. HERBERT A. LIEBERT Hartford "Herb" Tau Epsilon Phi Pre-Med, Zoology "Opps, I slipped" . . . Ex- otic C?j dancer . . . Agar Slicker . . . Cheerleader, 1, 2 . . . Husky Network, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2, 3. THELMA LOVDAL Southbury Sigma Upsilon Nu Foods and Nutrition "Oh happy day" . . . Sweet- ly shy . . . Jitterbug . . . "What's the story?" . . . Disher Outer of' food at Nursery . . . "Foo on study- ing, I'm going to bed!"... Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A., Council, 3. HAROLD LIEBMAN Lebanon "Hocky" Tau Epsilon Phi Chemistry Mental slide rule . . . Ping- pong champ . . . Carries Kleenix to banish that tat- tle tale red . . . The 1, 2, 3, system . . Hillel, 2, 3 . . . Chem Club, 2, 3 . . . Math Club, 2, 3. ROBERT WELLS LOWELL Waterbury "Bohn Sigma Chi Elcrtrical Engineering Engineers' Club, 1, 2 . . . Secretary, 3 . . . Man of principle . . . Life has charms, I suppose . . . Lach- rymose, but ah, his lighter moments. 50 LOIS LYDIARD VVethersfieltl "Lo" Phi Delta Upsilon P.l'jll'h0l0!ljl Transfer from Hillyer Jun- ior College . . . Disarming Frankness . . . Hjeepers, I mean" . . . "Well, 1 got to go study, but--" . . . "Got anything to eat?" STANLEY ELLIS MACHENBERG Stamford "Mac" Alpha Kappa Pi Chflllfifl'-ji "'I'hat's always nice!" . . Extroverted-introvert . . . VVhitney personality . . . Upholder of the I.Q. as against the Biceps,Brachii . . . Hillel Council, 3 . . Archery, 1, 2, 3 . . . Medi- ator, 2 . . . Hillel Founda- tion, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3 . .. American Chemical Society, 2, 3 . . . University Players 2, 3 . . . Husky Network, 3i MARGARET HUTCHINSON MacDONALD Mount Vernon, N. Y. I'Mac" Kappa Kappa Gamma flrl and Trxtilvr Njeezil, Beezil" . . . "Any- body got a white blouse?" . . . 'WVho wants a fur coat for the weekend?" . . . "Embraceable you" . . Spaghetti and VVilli , . . Cheer Leading, 2, 3 . . . Captain 3 Universit f . , . . . .' y Players, 2, 3. MARGARET AGNES MACKENZIE Waterford "Mac" English Transfer from New London junior College . . . Literary Intellecutal . . . Hearty laughter . . . 'WVell, at least I'll have one semester here" . . . Corny puns . . . Ping- pong addict . . . Stately Brunette . . . Cute horn- rimmed glasses. WILLIAM F. MAGUIRE Bridgeport "Bill" Elvctricrrl l:'ng1i111'r'rf11y1 'I'ransfer' from Junior Col- lege of Conn .... Dapper Dan . . . Definitely not noisy . . . Obliging chap . . . Easy to talk to. GLORIA MARION Volobntown Sigma Upsilon Nu llomf lfronoznffs Tl'!lCht'f Training Slinky "P.I.'s" . . . Droll humor . . . "They call her the dreamy kid" . . . Chat- terbox . . . Home Economics Club, 2, Vice-President, 3 . . . Education Club, 3 . . . -I--H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . U. C. A., 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3 . , . junior Councilor, 3. 51 THEODORE DONALD MALONIS New Haven "Teddy" Kappa Sigma Zoology "'I'hey're all fools" . . . Lit- tle Caesar of the Zoo Lab. . . . "This needs someone to give the orders" . . . Al- ways ready with a word or a thousand . . . Education Club, 3. JEAN ELEANOR V MARION New Haven I:'ng1li.rll Red haired transfer from Randolph-Macon . . . "My heart's in the highlands"... Glce Club, 3 . . . Good na- tured . . . Daytime sleeper . . . "Methuzlah was 900 years old, and Jonah was swallowed by a whale" JOHN FRANCIS McGROARY West Haven "Mac" Sigma Phi Gamma Inmrancc' Twinkle in the eye . . . Co- ed crush 'til Flo took over . . . Finger in every ma- chine . . . Quip Connoisseur . . . Newman Club, 2, 3... Student Senate, 2, 3. JAMES MEARKLE Suffield "Jim" Theta Xi Cifvil Engincc-ring Sultan of Suffield . . . "Cross- Country's good for the liver" . . . Expert on Hop-Skip- Jive . . . Conservative, but altruistic . . . Forestry Club, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 2, 3 . . . Cross-Country, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E., 2, 3. RAYMOND ALBERT MCLEOD New Canaan "Ray" Horliculturc Keeps "On the ball" . . . Ready Smiles . . . Likes the ladies . . . "You oughta see my Orchidsl' . . . Band, 1, Z, 3g Librarian Manager, 3 . . . Horticulture Club, 1,2,3...Choir,2... Chemistrv Club, 2 . . . Bi- ology Club, 3 . . . U.C.A., 3. MARY C. MEAGAN Waterbury Sigma Upsilon Nu Sociology Good-natured, easy going friend . . . Quiet, serene, gra- ciousness . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Vice-President, 2 . . . Spanish Club, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . Mon- teith Arts, 3. 52 VIRGINIA ROSE MARR Hamden "Ginny" Alpha Delta Pi English Me and William Tell . . . She sings . . . too . . . Wan- derer . . . Glee Club, 3 . . . Archery Club, 3 . . . Trans- fer from extention . . . Pe- tite . . . Lovely eyes . . . Sincere . . . Reserved. GEORGE FRANKLYN MATTESON Wetherslield "Frank" Eta Lambda Sigma Electrical Engineering Backbone of the Husky Net- work . . . "Good Morning' at 4 P, M .... A little wary of girls . . . Radio Wizard . Husky Network, 1, 2, 3 . . Chief Engineer, 2, 3 . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.I'.E.E., 3. AUGUSTINE HERMAN MASSEY, JR. Stratford "Foozy" Phi Mu Delta Enginccring Mcchailics Informality hath charms... Anything for a laugh . . . A demon behind a wheel . . . Football, 1 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Penthouse A. C., 3. THARON ELECTA McCABE Windsor "Terry" History Faithful character . . . In- dustrious worker . . . Quiet and unassuming . . , Never Home . . . Choir, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A., 2, 3 . . . Inter-Faith Council, 3 . . . Allerlei, 2, 3. GEORGE G. MERRELL Hampton Agrirulturc "Excuse me fellows, I've got to go down to see my girl" "Come on, get out of bed" .. . -I--H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Christian Youth Association, 1, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bridle, 3 . . . Oliicers' Club, 3 . . . Agriculture Club, 2, 3. BENJAMIN T. MISKAVECH Poquonuck "Miskey" Alpha Gamma Rho Cifuil Engineering Lankey Hoopster . . . Intra- Mural Oflicial . . . .Beanery Sub-Chief . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E., 1, 2, 3 . . . Officers' Club, 3 . . . Intramural Council, 2 . . . Vice President, 3. ITALO PETER M IGLIETTI West Hartford "It" Phi Mu Delta Mechanical Engineering Sincere and quiet with lots of friends . . . Books are made to study . . . Hard- working stagehand . . . Uni- versity Players, 1, 2 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Oflicers' Club, 3. JOSEPH JOHN MISHLEY Stamford 'KJ0e" Clmmixtry and Bacteriology Our unsung heroes . . . Tranquil . . . But wait 'til you know himl . . . Ambi- tion . . . German Club, 3. JUNIOR ANN M IKULICH Oxford "Mickey" Sigma Upsilon Nu Ilflathmnatics The Air Corps is wonder- ful . . . Winning Smile . . . Math fiend . . . Neat . . . Outing Club, 3 . . . Math Club, 3 . . . Education Club, 3. CHARLES B. MOLLOY, JR. Bridgeport 'lChuck" Eta Lambda Sigma Bacteriology Little All-American Molloy . . . Dyed-in-the-wool gen- leman . . . One-foot pivot . . . "Censored" . . . Conga King . . . Student Senate, 2, 3 . . . Round Table, 2, 3 . . . Mediator, 2, 3 . . . Of- ficers' Club, 3 . . . Varsity Club . . . Football, 1, 2, 3 . . . Basketball, 1 . . . Base- ball, 1, 2. CLASS ow.z.,-w.. WILLIAM MIRSKY Hartford "Mirsk" Engineering "VVhere're we going?" . . . Camera Man Par Excel- lence . . . Friendly, depend- able . . . Engineers' Club, 3 . . . Camera Club, 3 . . . Swimming Club, 1, 2 . Soccer Team, 1, 2 . . Track, 1. GEORGE PAUL MONTANO North Haven "Monty" Sigma Chi Bu.vin1'.r.v .ffdnzinirlralion Business Man . . . Sigma Chi's Chief Assistant . . . Every minute counts . . . "What? Do you mean it? . . . I beat the operator for 3Oc . . . Stage Manager, "Male Animal." A ,,,,,,,,,,, 53 J UN IOR CLASS ' Qaalfq-'7!mee JAMES VINCENT MORGIA Bridgeport "jim" SC'iI'7ll'l' Clu'1nf.vlry "Got the math ?" .. Makes friends Easily . . . Little, but firey . . . Otlicers Club, 3 . . . Chemistry Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Math Club, 1, 2 ...Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. . . Track, 1, 2 . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3. v ELEANOR M UNSON Southbury "Bricky" Sigma Upsilon Nu Spanislz Always rushing about . . A million things to do . . Does them well, too . . Spanish Club, 3. YVILLIAM MORRTLL East Hartford Latest Addition to Uncle Sam's Navy . . . Salute from the Student Body. JOHN FRANCIS MURPHY New Haven "Murph" Gofvrrnvnfnl Transfer from Santa Clara . . . "lt's a lovely day" . . . Nice smile . . . Attracts friends. DONALD LEVVIS MORY Fairfield "Dink" Phi Mu Delta Industrial M1l7lII!ll'IIlfIlf A Smooth Smoothie from Bridgeport . Dapper Dan . . . An Excellent Soccer Player . . . Engaging smile . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Sec- retary and Treasurer of In- tra-Mural Council, S.A.M., 3. JAMES VINCENT M UTHIG Middlebury "Muttonhead" Sigma Phi Gamma Chnlnfnry Political Boss . . . Right Combination of boloney and brains . . . Popular with right girls . . . "That's what you think." . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Chemistry Club, 2, 3 . . Ol'l'icers' Club, 3. ROBERT HYDE MOSS Storrs "Bob" Alpha Gamma Rho .flgrizrullurr Blonde Basketeer . . . Storrs' Native Son . . . Equally at home in the field and draw- ing room . . . Baseball, 1, 2, 3 . . . Basketball, 1, 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Forestry Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . University Christian Asso- ciation, 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, l, 2, 3 . . . Sopho- more Vigilante . . . Pres- ident, junior Class. MARDY MYERS New Haven Tau Epsilon Phi flyricullural Eronomirs "Navajo - Hey, Jackeeee!" "Who K. A. 'S, G.P.B.?'l . . . Wimmin mean nuttin' to me" . . . A perennial grind . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Secretary, 2 . . . . . . Hillel Society, 2, 3 . . . Lampson Science Club, 1, 2 . . . Ollicers' Club, 3. 54 MARIE MYRONICH New Haven Sociology "Don't give up the ship" . . . Tschaikowsky for her money . . . Athletic and then some . . . Thoreau and Emerson favored . . . Choir, 1. . . Sociology Club, 3. MARION JANET NIEFELD Maplewood, NJ. "Mardee" History Hillel, 1, 2, 3 . . . Campus, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 1 . . . "It's a riot" . . . Terpsicho- rean and equestrienne . . . journalism fiend . . . The joys of the wide open spaces. A . SAUL NAROTSKY Columbia "Sol" Bacteriology The man with the hoe . . . Musically inclined . . . The straight and narrow . . . Farm lad extraordinary . . . Veterinarian to be. ELIZABETH M. NIXON West Haven "Bettie" Kappa Kappa Gamma Sociology The vixen . . . A little va- riety is such funl . . . Phi- losophical arguments at the drop of a hat . . . Petite dynamo of sophisticated wit . . . "Ah-Men!" . . . Spa- nish Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3 . . . Sociology Club, 3... Newman Club, 3. RAYMOND NURCZYK New Britain "Rayl' Eta Lambda Sigma Finance A lover, but won't admit it . . . Allergic to study . . . Ex-Engineer . . . Gentleman Jim . . . Always has a smile . . S.A.M., 3. 'CHARLES ROBERT ODERMANN Manchester "Bob" Sigma Phi Gamma Mechanical Engineering Manchester Commuter . . . Definite interest in Sigma Nu . . . Quiet and unassum- ing, but fun to know . . . Track, 1, 2, 3 . . . Cross- Country, 1, 2, 3 . . . Former A-1 Track Man . . . Engi- neers' Club, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . House Council, 3. 55 PAUL OBSHARSKY Willimantic Electrical Engineering Swing addict . . . Hardly a Psycho-analyst . . . Puts energy into his work . . . Band, 1, 2 . . . A.I.E.E., 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 5, 3 . . . Commuters' Club, WALTER FRANCIS . OLDS Manchester l'Curley" Chemistry "Oh Damn!! I lost my key" . . . Gone deaf . . . Quiet and reserved . . . A good fellow . . . Very likeable. THEODORE WILLIAM PAWLOWSKI Norwich "Bill" Alpha Gamma Rho Forestry Professional dignity plus high standards and curly hair . . . Transfer from Northwestern . . . Noted for his pithy statements . . . Forestry Club 3 . . . Track 3. MERTON PECK Bridgeport "Mert" Phi Epsilon Pi Marketing "Stop baiting me" . . I Laun- dry executive . . . "What happened to the dollar?" . . . Man about town . . . "My name is Fink" . . . Cheer- leader 1 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Cross Country 1 . . . Carollers 3. PATRICIA PEARSON Sharon . "Pat" Bacteriology Perky little nose . . . Trans- fer from Mary Washington College . . . Grange mem- mer . . . Excellent Eques- trienne . . . Scintillating. CHARLES JAMES PELLETIER Waterbury "Cholly" Cifvil Engineering "What are you doing I. T. ?" . . . That Phil Harris hair- cut . . . Quiet . . . Studious . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3. 56 NATHAN DYER O'NEIL Hartford "Nate" Kappa Sigma Chemistry '4Let's have a bu1lie" . . . Sprague and Whitney Haun- ter . . . Crew cut in a chem lab . . . "Going down to eat?" . . . Transfer from New Britain Teachers' Col- lege. DONALD IRVING PARCELLS New Milford "Don" Industrial Adrninislration Well liked . . . A real friend and a good fellow . . . knows what he's talking about . . . U.C.A. 1 . . . Track 2, 3 . S.A.M. 3 . . . Nutmeg 3. RUTH EVERGLYN PALMER Ellington "Ruthie" English Intent . . . Likes sports . . . Good conversationalist . . . "My brother-" . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, s . . . Allerlei 1, 2, a. JAMES HOLTON PATRIC Ellington "Pat" Forestry Ready smile and quick wit . . . Lots of friends . . . Forestry Club 3. ELI JOSEPH PARIZEAU Storrs English Industrious reader . . . Ra- tional philosopher . . . Man of Ideas . . . Fulltime worker ln Animal Disease Building. STEWART JUDSON PETRIE New Haven "Stew" Sigma Phi Gamma Bacteriology Tall, dark and handsome ray spinner busboy . , , T and line watcher . . . Drum- mer bfly - . . Variety in co- eds with a priority on blondg it y- C0fny Jokes deluxe . . . It su raining cats and dogs -I just stepped in a poodlel' . . . Football 1 . . . Spanish Club 2, 3 . . . University Players 1, 2 . . . Officers' Club 3 . . . Nutmeg 3. r CARLTON P. PERRIN Meriden "Babe" English Fleetfoot . . . "On to Willi" . . . "Hit the road" . . - t'Wanna chon wood, babe?" . . . A.S.M.E. 3 . . . English Club 2, 3 . . . Cross Coun- try 3 . . . Soccer 1 RICHARD DUANE PHELPS West Hartford "Dick" Phi Kappa Lambda Mathematics "No, I don't want to 20 to Willy" . . . Husky fwr- ball coach . . . "I Vkiflflt t0 play the whole game . Wants to teach in a little red school house . . . Half that only freshman could love . . . University Play- ers 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 3...Mediator2,3.-- Husky Network 3 . . . Edu- cation Club 3. JUNIOR CLASS Nineteen Qcwtg-'7!me LAWRENCE CLIFFORD PERRY Gilead "Larry" Theta Xi Bacteriology Gets things done . . . Still- waters . . . Knows Sigma Nu house inside out . . . Staunch friend . . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Forestry Club 2 . . . U.C.A. 3. THOMAS ANDREW PICKETT Willimantic "T.A." Sigma Phi Gamma Bu.vine.r: Administration Commuter . . Conscientious and cooperative . . . Twinkle in his eye to match his smile . . . Goes for basket- ball . . . Industrious . . . and gets results . . . Engi- neers' Club 1, 2 . . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2. ROBERT JUDSON PETRIE New Haven "Bob" Sigma Phi Gamma Meehanieal Engineering "Nick the Greek" . . . Scange bange all the way . . . Good natured . . . Knows the latest moron jokes . . . Popular busboy . . . Football 1 . . . Camera Club 3 . . . Husky Network. ALLEN HARDY PIKE, JR. Danbury "Al" Kappa Sigma Government Amateur politician . . . "Fellas I'm broke" . . . Little Napoleon . . . "I think I've got a date" . . . Does M.S. assignments exclusively . . . Dynamo of energy but likes to sleep . . . Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3 . . . Tennis 1 . . . Soccer 3 . . . Campus 1,2...Nutmeg2... Officers' Club 3 . . . Jr. Ex- ecutive Committee 3. 57 JUNIOR CLASS inefeen 4G'1f4f-7fwee ANDREW CLARK PIKOSKY Litchfield "Jimmy" lfconornirs Quiet and reserved . . . A good fellow . . . "This really is something" . . . Engineers' Club 1 . . . Pencraft 3 . . . U.C.A. 3. NORMAN LOUIS POLLACK Fairfield "Sam" Phi Mu Delta Industrial Mzmayrmnnl Carefree Sam the soda man . . . Never a dull moment . . . Flippant character . . . Air of lackadaisical happi- ness . . Soccer 1 . . . Band l 2. FRANK A. PINTO Bridgeport Eta Lambda Sigma llzlrlcrioloyy Foo-Foo . . . Baldy . . . Ma Carr's right-hand man . . . He stands by the piano . . . Koons' socialite . . . "Give my regards to Broadway" . . . Officers' Club 3. MICHAEL P. PRISLOE Terryville f'Mike" Alpha Gamma Rho Civil linginmrring Engineering a sideline . . . Busy senator . . . Handsome blond militarist . . . Sincere personality -. . , Student Senate 2, 3 . . . Ofiicers' Club 3 . . . Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Mediator, Secretary- Treasurer 3 . . . Newman Club 3 . . . Round Table 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3 . . . Engi- neers' Club 1, 2 . . . C.A.A. 2 . . . Cross Country 1. MALCOLM RENNIE PLATT Pomfert Center "Mac" Mfchaniral Erzgirlfnring Mechanic . . . Enjoys music . . . Quiet ex-commuter . . . friendly . . . From bed to class in ten minutes . . . Forestry Club 1 . . . Glec Club 3 . . . Baud 1, 2, 3. EVELYN PULVER Seymour "Ev" Bu.rim'.v.v liduration Vivacious transfer from Col- by, Jr .... A men's girl . . . Pivot-point of gay activity and versatile entertainment . . . Education Club 3 . . . Cheerleader 3. ALBERT CHARLES PLESKUS Stratford "Al" Sigma Phi Gamma Erzyincfrirzg "Rudy" . . . Neatness per- sonified . . . "This is not a monev making proposition . . . Popular and a good dancer . . . A.S.C.E. 1, 2 . . . Secretary 2 . . . Outing Club . . . Oflicers' Club 3 . . . Football 1. lVllLDRlED ELIZABETH PUSKA Plainfield "Milly" B1lJfI1L'JJ Adrrxirzirlraliafz Outdoor girl . . . Domestic type . . . Also career girl . . . f'Figure that out" . . . 4-H 2, 3. 58 JEAN RAWLINSON Harford HRIIWIYU Psychnloyy plferlin transfer . . . af- amle . . . tremendous cor- Eeaponclence . . , Born in t.h'na - - . .Sunny disposi- fuin ' -'- Choir 3 . . . Inter- Illth Committee. THOMAS REILLY New Haven "Big Tom" AlPl'la Gamma Rho Mfrhrlrlicrll I:'11gi71n1'r Sflpaistent dater . . . poten- cla. UHCIC star . . . 'fWthat'cha I 1 Omg: Nllm?' . . . An engi- nfer Wyhfl Operates . . . En- Ch-11 1. 2, 3 . . . s 'ld' 2, 3 - . . Newman Club 1' 2' 3. LOUISE REBACH Stamford "Measle" Theta Psi Ilomf Ecfnzofnim "Murph's coming up!" . Curve-raiser terrible . . . Can tell you anything . And does . . . Campus Busi- ness Board 3 . . . Hillel Council 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foun- dation 3 . . . Interfaith Council 3 . . . Junior Coun- celor 3 . . . Radio Players 2, 3, Secretary 3 . . . Uni- versity Theater Association 2, 3. CHARLES DEWITT RELYEA Cos Cob UROKIH Sigma Phi Gamma Mrrhanirnl E7lgI7II'I'l'f7Iy Cheerfulness plus . . . Lives like an owl . . . I-Iis rea- sonable facsimile of an auto . . . Wears ruts in the road to VVilli . . . f'Lct's be off. fellows" . . . Football 1 . . . Football Mazinger 2, 3. RUTH G ERTR U IDE RETTENM EY ER Meriden "Ret" Soriology Outdoor lover . . . I'll make that poster! . . . Square dance fan . . . Up, down hair. . . Allerlei 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 3. EVA OLIVE RIX East Lyme "Eve" Foods mul Nurrilion Calm, collected and coy . . . Has interest at Michigan .State . . . Music's the thing ... 4-H 1,2 . . . Ag Club 1, 2 . . . Allerlei 2 . . . Choir 1, 2, 3. 59 CHARLES RICE YVest Hartford "Chuck" Eta Lambda Sigma I1'11.fi1n'.v.r .qdmillislralfoll "Glenn Miller Rice" . . , "X"ponent of Swing . . . "Kay Kyser is a Mickey Mouse band" . . . "l'vc gotta sleep in the attic" . . . "Listen to that tenor" . . . Band 1, 2 . . . Collcgians 1, 2, 3 , , , S.A.M .... Newman Club. RICHARD DEFOREST ROBERTSON Bristol "Dick" Kappa Sigma lmlmflrirzl .flfllr1i11i.rIrnfion Transfer from Trinity Col- lege . . . Always ready, a-lways able . . . Member of lX.A.'I'. Club . . . VVill give his shirt if you need it . . . Fraternity personified . . . "Suppose we do it this way". DONALD ROSENBLATT Hartford "Don" Finance Transfer from Hillyer jun- ior College . . . Laborious little wizard . . . Wrapped up in curricular and extra- curricular activities . . . Promising prospects for va- ried career . . . Campus 3 . . . Spanish Club 3 . . . Chess Club . . . Soccer 3. CHARLES GLADSTONE RUSH West Haven "C.G." Sigma Phi Gamma Chemistry 4 Good dresser . . . In the run- ning for head wolf . . . In- fectious smile . . . Romeo bus-boy . . . "Wait till you see what Pm dating tomor- row night". . . Swimming 1, 2 . . . Football 1. RICHARD H. ROSS Wethersfield "Dick" Sigma Phi Gamma Cifvil Engineering Ivory tickler and boogie- woogie fan . . . Midnight oil burner . , . "Studying? Heck no, orchestration!" . . . Soccer 1, 2, 3 . . . Collegians 2, 3. HERBERT D. SABEL Bristol "Herb" Phi Mu Delta Business Administration Jolting Herby with his buck- ing bronc . . . Excellent dresser . . . Likes his dates and really gets them . . . Cheer Leader 2, 3. 60 JOHN H. ROBINSON Mansfield "Robby" Sigma Phi Gamma Mechanical Engineering Still waters run deep . . . Quiet, but not too . . . "Let's do it my way" . . . Engineer- ing Club . . . A.S.M.E. HELEN VIRGINIA ROGERS Norwich "Dolly" Kappa Kappa Gamma English Calm in the midst of turmoil . . . Army interest . . . "What shall I wear today?" . . . Weakness for crackers and cheese . . . Lover of corn off any cob . . . New- man Club 1, 3 . . . Nutmeg 2, 3 . . . Associate Editor 3. ALAN LESLIE ROGERS Haverhill, Mass. "Uncle Al" Kappa Sigma Genetics Chef de luxe . . . Big bluff . . . Collegians above all . . . Bow tie Lothario . . . Man- ager of Collegians 2, 3 . . . University Players 1, 2 . . . Block and Bridle 3 . . . Lambda Gamma Delta 3 . . . Judging Team 3 . . . Media- tor 3. RHODA ROSENBERG Elmwood "Rho" Theta Psi Sociology Advises the young . . . Never studies if possible, we hear . . . Comfortable companion . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 2, 3. HELEN MARGARET SAFI N WllllIHHntlC usafn Kappa Kappa Gamma Home EC07l0IIliCJ .lyitterbug , 1 . if-I-his year lm 'filly Ewing to grind" ic,-yy I-IyelIo!" . . . "Hey, 31d . . .Home Economics, 2, - -,- Newman Club, 2, 3 C0mmuters' Club, 2 . . . t. I meg, 3 1 . . junior Execu- W? Comma 3 . - Canon Chnl, 2,31 . . . Ldu RAYMO - . Sword S ND SCUSSEL PYUTECS "Seuss" Eta Lambda Sigma F orr'.vlry L -- - Every C 11. .. frecisyion buiaei Clfigizuiegtz Fdont use much gash 0 i l logtballw 1, 2, 3 . . . Baseball 91.3.3 - . . Basketball, 1... 'WU' Club, 3, inn-..... ea . - - . der of our pigskm parade MARJORIE CONSTANCE SARRATT Hamden "Marj" Kappa Alpha Theta English Piquant? . . . On the wings of a thunder cloud . . . Smilin' through . . . Orchids, orchids, orchids! . . . Sar- ratt's Garrett . . . Newman Club, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 2 . . . Nutmeg, 2, Editor, 3 . . . Philosophy Club 3. EDVVARD THOMAS SENVARD Waterbury "Commander" Sigma Chi 1lI1'r'hanical lfngi111'fr'i11g Electrically inclined . . . Gay smile for one and all . . . Ardent athlete at heart . . . Baseball, 1, 2 . . . Engl' neers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . - - A-5- M.E., 3 . . . Newman Club, 3. JUNIOR inefeen JOHN LAWRENCE SCHILE New Haven "Honey" Sigma Phi Gamma lmluslrirll Mllllllflflllfllf "Is anyone going in to Hart- ford ?" . . . Hardworking bus-boy, with aggressiveness . . . Football, 1. EVERETT HAROLD SELTZER Hartford "Gabby" Phi Epsilon Pi English "God save the king" . . . "VVhere's my by-line?" . . . "Elliervescent Ev" . . . Blast- ing Baritone . . . Football, 1 . . . Baseball, 1 . . . Ten- nis, 1 . . . Hillel Foundation Executive Council, 3 . . . Mediator, 2, 3 . . . Round Table, 3 . . . Campus Sports stuff, 1, 2, 3 . . . Junior Ex- ecutive Council, 3. CLASS 4w.z,,-7f.f..-e HERBERT A. SHULTZ Berlin "Herbie" Ilflrrhaniml Engineering Has lots of friends . . . "Oh, come on fellows" . . . Dili- gent archer . . . Came close that time . . . Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 . . . Football, 1 . . . Base- ball, 1. ALBERT ANDRENV SERETNEY New Haven "AIN Tau Sigma Pi Mfrhnniml lfIlf1iIlI'I'l'ill!I "Gee, I don't know." . . , A transfer from Alliance - . . College . . . Slightly on the serious side . . . Baseball, 1, 2 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2, 61 J U N IOR CLASS inefeen eicwiq-'7!me DOROTHY LEICESTER SEXTON New Haven "Dickey" Englixll A flair for the dramatic... Budding authoress . . . "I have a 15-page theme for Dr. McPeek" . . . Crazy over horses . . . Anglophile . . . Transfer from New Haven State Teachers' Col- lege. ALBERT SHERWOOD Woodbury "Swede" Sigma Chi Forestry WVanderer . . . Plucks a gui- tar . . . The open spaces . . . Snowshoer . . . Foot- ball, 1 . . . University Play- ers, 1 . . . Forestry Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Officers' Club, 3 . . . Cross-Country, 3. KATHLEEN SHEA New Haven "Pat" Economies Future labor leader . . . Li- brary hound . . . Army ln- terests . . . Roomate, I miss you . . . Newman Club, l, 2, 3 . . . Monteith Arts, 2 . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . international Relations Club, 3. EMAN UAL SHLUGER Hartford "Manny" Gofvrrfzmrnl "Some people are satisfied with so little" . . . The brain . . . Nothing like an argument . . . Chess Club . . . Hillel Foundation. DAVID J. SHEEHAN, JR. New London "Red" Alpha Gamma Rho Gofvrrnmrnt Red giant . . . "Big foot" . . , "Make a note of thatl' . . . Beanery dependable... Power of persuasion plus. . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Basket- ball, 1 . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . , Officers' Club, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 2 . . . Sports Editor, 3. BETTINA SIEGEL Willimantic "Tina" Kappa Kappa Gamma Spanish Loves to dance . . . Foreign Language Fiend . . . Loyal Friend . . . VVeakness for tall, dark men . . . Spanish Club, 3. HARRY M. SHEKETOFF Hartford "Shek" Tau Epsilon Phi Mnrhanical Enginz'1'ring "S and S, Engineers, Inc." . . . Cocky, crafty and caus- tic . . . Plays a good game from the bench . . . "They all choose me" . . . Engi- neers' Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Hil- lel Foundation and Council, 2,3 .. . A.S.M.E., 3 . .. Math Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Conn. Engineering Month- ly, 1, 2, 35 News Editor, 3 . . . Inter-Faith Council, 2, 3...Soccer,1,2,3... Tennis, 1, 2. 3. FAYE LOIS SIMMONS North Haven Englislz The calm type . . . Author- ity on Modern Literature, Name Bands, and the Re- publican party . . . Puns! . . . Transfer from New Haven State Teachers' Col- lege. 62 GEORGE SCH UYLER SLATER llamden "Ty" Theta Xi Chemistry Lab-Liver . . . Robin Hood of Pi Alpha . . . Sage of TUffSfl2ly nights . . . Pro- gressive . . . "But gents- lflf the principle of the thlnl-I-'l . . . Dotes on ab- stractions . . . A.C.S., 3 - Q . Choir, 2, 3, RUTH E. R. SPRAGUE New Haven "Spraguel' Bacteriology 1 'I never foret a face"... Excmllile . . , "My sister fmfl ll' . . . "Let's play mdge - . . Transfer from New Haven State Teachers' College. MARIE PURINGTON D SMITH Hebron Hsmlffyw Textiles und Ar! Needlewoman . . . Flower Fancier . . . Ye Olde New England Thrift . Mor- pheus, I am thy child . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3...Campus,2,3... Nutmeg, 3. JOSEPH LEON STERN Milford "B-J-U Tau Epsilon Phi Elrflrical Enginrfriflfl "S and S, Engineers' Inc." . . . The mite from Milford , , , "Hey, Shek, let me see your letter." . . . Cilflm-fl copies homework . . . Emil' neers' Club. 1, 2. 3, 4 - ' ' Hillliel, 2, 3 . . .'A-I-E-E-. 21 33 Vice Chairman 3 . . Math Club, 1, 2 - . - Nutmeg, 1 . . . Connecticut Engineering Monthly, 1, 2. 35 Managing Editor, 3 . DORIS IRENE STEVENSON Manchester "Steve" , Sociology Really stacked knitter of huge sweaters . . . A hrain . . . Track fan . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Carolers, 2. DOROTHY 13s'1'HER STONE Danbury "Dot" Arts and Tvxtilcs Bashful . . . Archery Cham- pion . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Team, 1, 2, 3 . . . Mon- teith Arts, 1, 2, Historian ...Choir,1,2,3... U.C.A., 2, 3 . . . Women's Varsity Club, 2, 3, Treas- urer, 3 . . XVomen's Ath- letic Council, 3. 63 ANNE LOIS STIERHOFF Willimantic Alpha Detla Pi Music Naval enthusiast- an En- sign! . . . Bangs 21 mean piano . . . Musician aft heart . . . Commuter and cooperator . . . Town and Gown, 2 . . . Commuters' Club, 2 . . . Transfer from Cambridge junior College. JEANETTE WARNER . STONE Danbury "Jay, ,flrls and Tvxlilrs Girl Scout work . . . Music lover . . . Dependable . . . Generous . . . Archery Club, 1, Secretary, 2, Program Chairman, 3 . . . Carollers, 2, 3 . . . Choir, 1, 2, Secre- tary, 3 . . . Montieth Arts, 1, 2 . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, Secretary, 3 . . . U.C.A., 2, 3 . . . VVomen's Varsity Club, 3 . . . Assist- ant Leader, Girl Scout ln- termediate Storrs Troop, 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA GAYLORD SVVIFT Watertown "Swifty" Sigma Upsilon Nu Food: and Nutrition Sweet . . . Peacemaker . . . "Gad, gotta write to Kay" . . . Lively little dickens... Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Social Chairman, 2. JANICE ETTA TAPPIN Waterbury "jan" Kappa Kappa Gamma Englirh ' One of the violets . . Handy with the needle . . . Radiates charm . . . Trans- fer from Colby . . . Philos- ophy Club . . . Education Club. ISABEL RUTH TAPPERT Mt. Carmel "Issy" Foods and Nutrition Flunks an examination with a B . . . "My Gosh" . .. Helping hand . . . "If only l had a car up here.'l . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Monteith Arts, 2, 3 . . . Home Eco- nomics Club, 3. GORDON VV. TASKER WVest Hartford "Tiger" Phi Mu Delta Arrounting Q. P. Getter . . . Perennial Romancer . . . Future Mili- tary Chief . . . Life is just a bowl of troubles . . . Soc- cer, 1,2 . . , Tennis, I . .. S. A. M .... Philosophy Club, 2, 3 . . . Officers' Club. 64 1 CYREI. RUTH SUISMAN Hartford 'fBlondie" Foods and Nutrition Hopefully happy . . . Blonde Bombshell . . . Vibrant vi- olinist . . . Singing nutrion- ist . . . Likes to travel . . . "just in case" . . . Glee Club, 1, 2 . . . Orchestra, 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 2,3...Campus,2... Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3. RALPH SWEETLAN D Nlystic "Sweets', Sigma Chi Gofvcrnmzwt "Sweet Pea." . . . Transfer from New London Junior College . . . Purple-faced passion . . . Loves to sleep . . . Potential Marine . . . International Relations Club, 3 . . . Spanish Club, 3. MARGARET SHIRLEY SWANSON New Haven "Bunny" Sigma Upsilon Nu Home Economics "Good Heavens" . . . "Oh, Bunny" . . . Active . . . Tomboy . . . Athletic Arch- er . . . Demands sincerity . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Out- ing Club, 3 . . . U.C.A., 3 Home Economics, 3 . . . Women's Varsity Club, 3. GRACE BARLOW SWEETON Granby "Gracie" Sigma Upsilon Nu Chomirtry just a chemist at heart . . . Conscientious worker . . . One man interest . . . 4-H Club, 1 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.C.S., 2, 3. GORDON S. TAYLOR Danbury "Gordy'l .flgricullurf "VVell, at least I think so" . . . Inseparable-Vic and Gordy . . . -If-H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Agricultural Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bri- dle Club, 3. RICHARD THURSTON Theta Xi New Haven "Trigger" Enlom ology Dungarees plus beard . . . The rugged life . . . Bull- Session Booster . . I "VVhat- dya mean, whatsa bug?" Date Dodger . . . Fun to know . . . Outing Club, 2, 3 . . . Forestrv Club, 3 . . . Bi- ology Club, 3. ROBERT TEICH Newington "General" Sigina Phi Gamma lmluxlrial f1dmi1zi.rtration "XVe Three - MacArthur, Myself and the P-4-0's" . . . Knows the ending to any story you start . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 1. PAULINIZ TITUS VVarehouse Point "Polly" llomr' lfrolzofniar "jumping jitterbug" . . . Prefers the Army . . . "Cook- in' with gas" . . . One good kid . . . Transfer fr o m A.I.C .... U.T.A., 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club, 3 Newman Club, 3. JUNIOR CLASS who dwfff-'7!wee PHILIP THOMAS New Haven "Phil" Sigma Chi Mechanical Engineering "Guess I'll have a cigar" . . . "Got a little letter co- day." . . . Saint Thomas... Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3... Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 Math Club Secretary and Treasurer, 1, 2. EDVVIN ARTHUR TODD Bethany "Beaver" Alpha Phi Bzuimxvs f1c!mini.rtra!ion Happy-Go-Lucky . . . Ad- mires Shakespeare - Can quote him for hours on end . . . Always lucky in blind dates . . . "Me and Lou." . . . Campus, 2. WARREN THRALL NVindsor "Turk" Eta Lambda Sigma Bu,fim'.r.r fIdII1illiJ'ffllli0Il Colonel Thrall . . . Tell it to the Marines . . . Texas Turk . . . "Say no morel' . . . Southern Gentleman... "Think I'll go to M.J.'s... Football, 1, 2, 3 . . . Round Table, 3 . . . S.A.M., 3. RICHARD GORDEN TRAURIG Waterbury "Dick" Phi Epsilon Pi Chemi.rh'y "lim freezing, fellas" . . . Campus Courier . . . Ace Archer . . . Corpulent Chem- ist . . . Bottle built . . . Campus, 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, l . . . A.C.S., 3. 65 J U NIO R C LASS llfineleen goofy- 747166 JANE ELIZABETH TRYON Windsor "Janie" English Independent . . . Letters ga- lore . . . "The later I go to bed the better" . . . War effort through Hamilton pro- peller? . . . Newman Club, 1 . . . French Players, 1 . . . Monteith Arts, 2 . . . Spanish Club, 2 . . . junior Counselor . . . Nutmeg, 3. FRANK VAZUKA Newington "Frankie" Bactcriology Bustling Bus Boy . . . Af- fable guardian of Commu- nity House . . . Brilliant brown eyes, really shim- mering. DONALD MANSFIELD TUFTS North Haven "Don" Theta Xi Forestry Wood chopper . . . Collects Axes . . . "I'll take my bike" . . . Grind detester . . . Cross-Country, 1 . . . Forestry Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . President, 3 . . . 4-H Club, 1,2,3...U.C.A.,1,3... Outing Club, 3. WALTER RICHARD VOIGHT Niantic "Walt" History Well informed youth . . . Music hath charms . . . Transfer from Clark Uni- versity . . . Newman Club, 3 . . . International Rela- tions Club, 3. GEORGE WALTER TUTTLE , Bloomfield "Tutu Sigma Phi Gamma Industrial Management Boogie Woogie in a solid way . . . Relaxes only at the piano . . . "Have you heard Lunceford's latest?l' . . . Sharp dresser and man about campus . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Band, 1, 2. VIRGIL FRANCIS VOKETAITIS New Haven "Vokey" Sigma Chi Accounting Coffee dispenser . . . Fili- busters . . . "Don't shift the buck" . . . Football . . . Baseball, 1 . . . Radio Club, 1 ...Chess Club, 1.. . Husky Network, 1, 2, 3 . . . Sports Editor, 3 . . . Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 2...MathCluh,1,2... Engineers' Club, 1, 2. AUDREY VAN BUREN Milford "And" Sociology Long sweaters preferred... "Lambie Pie" . . . Quiet hours are a nuisance . . . Sociology Club, 3 . . . Span- ish Club, 3 . . . Newman Club, 3. ALICE RANDOLPH VOORI-IIES Windsor "Allie" Zoology Backbone of the Music De- partment . . . Blonde hair and soft voice . . . Knitting on the side . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Biology Club, 3. 66 STANLEY M1cHAEL WA jNoWsKi WVest Haven "Stash" Phi Mu Delta Engimcring Smoothie . . . Brains, too and brawn . . . Brass but- ton man . . . Football, 1 . . . Engineers' Club, 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E., 3 Officers' Club, 3 . . . Newman Club, 2, 3. JANE SHIRLEY WASHBURN YVest Haven "Breezy" Kappa Kappa Gamma Bu.rinz'.r.v fldminirtralion "XVhy can't they all be home games ?" . . . Anything but study . . . Collects Chester- field wranners for her good deed . . . Winning per- sonality . . . Home Econom- ics Club, 1 . . . Montieth Arts, 2, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 2, Art Editor, 3 . . . Campus, 3 . . . Junior Counselor. HELEN A. VVAND Hartford Bacteriology jitterbugs delight to dance with her . . . "X"tra spe- cial girl . . . Top honors in swimming . . . Q. P. col- lector . . . Newman Club, 1, 3. EDWARD JOHN VVASHER Hartford "Ed" Phi Mu Delta Chemistry House Marshall of Phi Mu Delta . . . Major-General of the future . . . Quiet, but has pleasing personality... Tennis Team, 1 . . . Rilie Team, 2 . . . Newman Club, 3 . . . Chemistry Club, 3 . . . Ollicers' Club, 3. ' x JEROME WEISS New York City "Jerry" Chemixtry l'Pwitty. good" sense of hu- mor . . . Black magic . . . Essentially an epicure . . . Pool Shark . . . "Betting is a fools argumentj' . . . American Chemical Society, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation, 3. GERTRUDE WERN ER Bridgeport "Gert" Theta Psi Sociology Peppy transfer from Bridge- port Teachers' College . . . At her best in Bull Sessions . . . In her "Housel', she's first to get up and last to go to bed . . . Sport enthu- siast . . . Pet aversion: conceited heroism and garlic . . . Sociology Club, 3. 67 ANNI WEISSMAN VVilIimantic Economies Tiny . .' . Pug nose and dimples . . . "Demand does not change" . . . She's got the giggles and a man in the Naval Air Corp . . . Hillel Society, 2, 3 . . . Hil- lel Council, 2 . . . Philos- ophy Club, 3 . . . Pencraft, 3... Inter Relations Club, 3. CAROLYN ANN - -WHEELER East Haven "Carol" Art and Textile: Queen candidate . . . Gets plus in personality. . . Gra- cious and kind . . . Attached to Providence . . . Softeyes . . . "just as though you were here." . . . Dramatics, 1 . . . Newman Club, 1 Sec- retary, 2 Vice-President, 3 . . . Inter-Faith Council, 3 . . . Nutmeg, 3. BARBARA WILKINS Easton "Willkie" Kappa Kappa Gamma Barlcriology Barefooted Pixie . . . Eats onions like apples... Wholesome . . . "With the look of Pan in her eyeu... Letters from the big "X" man . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir, 1 . . . Glee Club, 3 . . . Nut- meg, 3. OLIVE VVILLIAMS Branford "Billie" English and Art Transfer from Skidmore . . . Collects Art and Pre-Med Students . . . '4At Skidmore" . . . Paints stage sets . . . Globe trotter . . . Thespian . . . University Players, 2 . . . Sets for "Beggar on Horseback," 2 . . . Nutmeg, 2, 3. CHESTER A. WILLIARD Wethersfield "Chet" Alpha Gamma Rho Hortirulturz' Subtle sense of humor . . Back to soil movement . . . Barn Dance Gigolo . . Small but dynamic . . Horticulture Club, 2, 3 . . Agriculture Club, 2, 3. BETTY WILLSEY Wethersfield "Bette" Kappa Alpha Theta Gofucrzzrnmzl Bridge fiend . . . Ping-pong whiz . . . Pert Vivacity . . . Always with Craig . . . Friendly little extrovert . . . No bigger than a minute, but quicker . . . Philosophy Club, 2, 3 . . . History and Government Club, 2, 3 . . . Athletics, 1, 2 . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Choir, 1 . . . W.S.G.A., 2 . . . Junior Counselor. 68 HELEN ELIZABETH WHIPPLE Hartford "Bunchy" Sigma Upsilon Nu Home Eronomics Simple and sweet . . . Jit- terbug . . . Likes horses and horseback riding . . . Ener- getic . . . Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 1 . . . N.C.A., Coun- cil, 2, 3, Secretary, 3 . . . Education Club, 3. ROGER HAYNES WHITNEY Newinton A'Whit" Theta Xi Efzgizmcrirzg Bone crushing Intramuralist . . . Agressive, but definitely . . . Laconic Engineer . . . Machinist . . . No priority on midnight oil . . . "Gon- na'go to Willi, Bob?" BEATRICE LAURETTA WHITNEY Cornwall "Bea" Sigma Upsilon Nu Cllmlristry Calm Conscientious . . . Deep thoughts . . . Industrious and determined . . . Patient . . . Always on the go . . . Choir, 2 . . . Chemistry Club, 3 . . . N.C.A., Council, 3. MARY LOUISE WIEMAN Ledyard Sigma Upsilon Nu liusifzrss .4d1niniJtrntion Says she's not domestic . . . Archomaniac . . . Career girl . . . Socialite . . . Grange, 1, 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . Agricultural Club, 2 . . . Home Economics Club, 2 . . . VVomen's Varsity Club, 3 . . . U.C.A., 2, 3. KENNETH WOLSTEN JOHN H. YEAMANS XVallingford "Jock" Engineering G0t your thermo done? . . . Boy, did I smash that exam - . . Friendly smile . . . Nice Personality . . .'OH'icers' Club, 3 . . . Soccer, 1 . . . Engineers' Club 2, 3 . . A.S.M.E., 3. BETTY VVOODARD VVaterbury "B6ffS" English Good scout . . . Conscien- tious, but hates to admit it . . . Talkative when she knows you . . . Reserved when she doesn't . . . A de- voted Cliff . . . Allerlei, 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A., 3 . . . Mon- teith Arts, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club, 3 , . . Education Club, 3. ADELE ZIMMERMAN VVest Hartford "Zim" Psychology Transfer from Syracuse Uni- versity . . . lsn't Harvey wonderful? . . . Poet . . . Prankster . . . Never il dllll moment . . . wants to run a nursery school . . . Hillel, 2, 3. JUNIOR CLASS fkwfeen Zlodff-'7!me DEXTER VAIL WRIGHT Hartford "Doc" Elrrlrical Enginm'ri11g Goes in for good reading . . . 6 ft. and then some . . . Meticulous . . . Engi- neer with a vengeance . . . Inveterate radio listener... "I've got my radio to listen to" . . . Math Club, 1 . . . Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3 . . . A.I.E.E., 3. BARBARA PEARL ZIMMERMAN Hartford "Bobbe" I1 istory Transfer from University of Vermont . . . Watch the Q. P, ratio . . . She really likes History and Govern- ment . . . Modest . . . Likes everything . . . Dancing, skating, reading and people . . . Hillel, 3 . . . Spanish Club, 3 . . . I.R.C., 3. EDVVARD CHARLES WRINN, JR. Meriden "Eddie" Kappa Sigma Mfrhnniml Engineering Serious . . . Good Fellow . . . Lady Killer . . . Live VVire . . . Newman Club, 1, 2, 3 . . Engineers' Club, 3. ALB ERT ZUKAS Hartford "Al" Phi Mu Delta Inrurnnu' Six feet and then some . . . Barrax Boy . . . Carefree Ex-Engineer . . . Athletic . . . Goes home often on weekends . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2 . . . Soccer, 1, 2, 3 . . . Swimming, 1, 2 . . . Freshman Baseball Manager . . . S.A.M., 3. 69 J U N l OR CLASS flfinefeen Waalq-7f12zee LEONARD EUGENE DUPRAS Moosup "Duke" Sigma Phi Gamma Bacteriology The head Bus boy with the smile the girls dream of... Conscientious worker with a sense of humor . . . "Come on fellows, let's get on the ball." . , . Track, 1 . . . Cross-Country, 1. ALFRED JOH N GILBERT Windsor "Red" Mechanical Engineering Quiet . . . Studious . . . Side- burns . . . Mechanical mind . . . Camera Club, 3 . . . Engineering Club, 3 . . . Ra- dio, 1. JOHN PFINGSTEN VVestport "Fink" Theta Xi ' Engineering "Long time no see, Bo." . . . Harold Baurer of Pi Alpha . . . Companion without equal . . . "Sharny" . . . "The best" . . . Man may come and men may go but--. ALAN STUART POSTMAN Hartford "Plastic" Tau Epsilon Phi Sociology USO I hit him with the shov- el" . . . "Aiieeeeee, I can't stand it." . . . House-Man- ager with a vengeance . . . Socialogically speaking . . . "T'was the night of the king's --" . . . Town and Gown, 1 . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Outing Club, 1 . . . Rifle Club, 2 . . . Soccer, 2 . . . Hillel, 2, 3 . . . Sociol- ogy Club, 3. 70 DAVID ROBERT AXELROD New I-Iuven nB0bn Chcmistry Outdoor Boy . . . Likes ski- ing . . . "Good Kid" . . . Outing Club, 1, 2, Secreta- ry, 2. IRVING RUSSELL BROWN New Haven English Transfer from Fordham . . . Peflf1E0gue . . . Journalist Supreme . . . Nice voice Over the telephone. FRANK ANTHONY BATTISTINI Mystic HBHYH Scicncc Happy-go-lucky . . . Cigar fiend . . . South paw pitcher . . . Washroom Commenta- tor . . . Impersonator . . . Baseball, 1, 2. WILLIAM ENQUIST Rocky Hill "SlilPy' Eta Lambda Sigma Prc-mcdical Beck's bosom buddy . . . "Gotta see my draft board" . . . Bridgeport specialist . . . HAROLD BA UMSTEIN Hartford "Iron Duke" Tau Epsilon Phi Sociology Pomegranetes and Incense Basketball fiend . . . "Gold- en Warfare" . . . Blue Pa- per Kid . . . Transfer to U.S.A .... Glee Club, 1 . . . Hillel, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club. WALTER BERTIL ERICKSON Hartford "Red" Mechanical Enginccring An engineer is never seen o campus . . . Browses... Charms of the great out of doors . . . Engineers' Club . . . U.C.A .... Soccer, 2 . . . Otlicers' Club, 3. HAROLD RAYMOND BECKMAN New London "Chief" Economics Professes to be a nonentity . . . But his pals think he's swell . . . Businessman? . . . The Dictator. FRANCIS HANLEY GANNON VVZllliIlgf0l'Kl "Frank" Mari-Ning Intramural 3-letterman . . . Strong. silent type . . . Burns the midnight oil . . . Uni- versity Players, 1, 2 , , Chess Club, 1. "Let's take a trip" . . . Soc- cer, 1, 2. VIRGINIA FRANCES - MARSHALL DAVID JOYCE LEVIN I-Iamden 5 "Ginny" Hartford "Marsh" Foods and Nutrition Sweet, small and subtle . . . Haunts Lost and Found De- partment . . . He's a Ma- rine . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3 . .. Montieth Arts, 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club, 3. Entomology Apiculturist, i.e., likes to keep bees . . . "So what" . . . Sings a mean bass . . . Glee Club, 1 . . . Choir, 1, 2, . . . Carollers, 1, 2, 3 . . . Track Manager, 1 . . . Orchestra, 1, 2. MERRILL FRANKLYN POWERS Plainville "Stretch" Kappa Sigma Mrchanical Engiiwcring Long, lean and attractive personality . . . A regular guy . . . "I don't say any- thing" . . . Band, 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing U.C.A., 2, 3 4 FRANKLIN HYDE REHNBERG Huntington "Frank" Eta Lambda Sigma Enginccring Quiet annearing, but really dynamic . . . Plenty of brains and no desire to over-study . . . Engineers' Club, 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY STICKLOR West Hartford "Sticky" - Theta Psi History Transfer from Michigan . .. Everybodys friend . . . Wil- ling worker . . . Her heart's in the Army . . . Campus, 1, Assistant News Editor, 2 . . . Pan-Hellenic Council, 4 . . . Hillel Council, 4. 71 Club, 3 . . . SENIOR CLASS OFFICILRS: Vasco Tiziani . lidith Wollenberg . John lkloriarty . Ruth Barry June Schenker . We are the first class to complete four years as a university. VVe are the first to survive four years of World War. We've watched buildings spring like mushrooms in all corners of the campus. We've watched fraternities and sororities grow to major proportions. We've had our share of classes, dances, sports, haz- ing, parties, and blackouts. We've spent the major portion of our college careers standing in line. From the first day, when we stood in line to get rooms, to the last day when we stood in line for diplomas, we've been in line. lt's been fun, but not always easy. Many have fallen by the wayside. Flunks, withdrawals, and transfers have thinned our ranks. The draft and enlistments have cut a wide swath in the class. Now comprehensives have eliminated a few more. Those of us that remain have developed in mind and body. We've prepared ourselves to the best of our ability to take our places in a war-torn world to try and help put the pieces together when this catastrophic war of attrition is ended. We've endured shortages of food and service, rationing of coffee, sugar, Hcokesu, gas, tires. We've done our share of complaining, but we've come up smiling from all our tribulations. We've received the imprint of the university, and have probably left some mark on the university. We haven't been an exceptional class, but welve done our best. 72 . President Vice-l'1'e.s'i1lel1t . Treasurer . Secretary . Hislorian OFFICERS: .lohn Callachan . lVIilton Robbins Margaret Freeman Bernard Sorokin livelyn Shepfel . SOPI-IOMORE CLASS . President . Vin'-Presidelit , Secremry . TI'fl15Ill'6l' . H irforian It was a shock to return to campus and find that "some- body, else had taken our place". Now there were other freshmen, green, awe-struck, and utterly at a loss as to what to do. Beanery lines, Beach hall masses, the melancholia of finding empty mail boxes, cluding the sordid, sorry looking sophomores was old stuff to us this year. ' Now it was our time to call "freshman" and see them cringe as though heaven alone knew what was coming. But now we knew that the sophomore vigilantes and all sophs hazed the frosh just in a spirit of fun. After hazing we settled down to the well known "sopho- more slump". The girls sat by watching their last year beaux go by with their head in the clouds and their eyes on this yearis new bumper crop of freshmen women. Yes, the girls sat by and patiently, hopefully, waited for the day He'd realize that the sophomore class was co-ed too. But if you think that only the sophomore girls had a hard time, just recall how on Dad's Day the boys lost any false pride they may have cherished. That day they lost the Rope Pull to the freshmen boys and had to walk ingloriously through the mud and mire of Mirror Lake. Class elections were hel'd in November, and this year as sophomores, we waded gloriously into the fray of party politics to elect the approved mang at any rate, we approve of the men we elected. Ever present on our minds were those two words, "war effortn and the sophs didn't let their end down. Blood banks, army, navy, marine corp, coast guard, Red Cross stations, air raid spotters posts-all these saw their ranks increased and on a second glance recognized many of the volunteers as coming from U. of C. sophomore class--the class of '4-5. 73 FRESI-IMAN CLASS i Ul"l"lClCRS: Dennis Garvey William Coffey . lVIary Filer Hy Jacobs Do 1'c1 thy Vogt On to each college campus a few freshmen must fall and so, on a brilliant September day, we, the class of 1946, descended en masse upon the rolling hills beneath the blue. We were proud, yes, mightily so, when thc full realization of our new position in life dawned upon us but it was not long before the upperclassmen proved to us how really lowly our status was. Especially during freshman week. we were made to fetch and carry for the upperclassmen-we followed their every com- mand Cand there were manylb to the letter. But we survived it all and our retribution came the day of the freshman Rope Pull when we pulled the exalted sophomores through the mire in a matter of seconds. From then on, things progressed somewhat more smoothly for us and we began to join enthusiastically into the whirl of events-new studies-new friends-new loves-all punctuated by the excitement of weekends and trips home. True-we lost a great many of our classmates to Uncle Sam, but we who remained tried to carry on in the same spirit the others had shown in going. And now the time is nearing for the final trip home-we are about to leave the world of freshmen caps and hazing and join the ranks of the upperclassmen but we do so with pathos and laughter at the memories of the past year. 74 . l,I'l'SiIZ!'lIf Ifilflf-Pl'z"Si1ll'1If . Serrrelrlry . 7lI'!'IlJ'lll'l3I' . Ilixiorirln P I CCDNIHI Hill HH? HH? HH? l!lIQ!IlI5lllIAXlfIlQ AXCW BORRIICLLO, lVIAR1ON 1328 Broad Street Meriden, Conn. Secretary of Student Council 2, 3, Vice President of Upsilon Phi Sigma, A.Ph.A.g Pharma-Conn Staff, Nutmeg Committee. "Pharmacy Section", Prom Committee, Rho Chi Honor Society. CORBIN, IQDWARD 1052 Campbell Avenue West Haven, Conn. Kappa Psi, Regent, A.l'h.A.g Student Council 29 Chairman Banquet Committee, Committee Fall Festival Dance. DIBIQNEDETTO, THERESA 24-1 Yale Avenue New Haven, Conn. Class Secretary l, 2, 33 Upsilon Phi Sigma, A.Ph.A.g Fall Festival Dance Committee, C0- ehairman Thanksgiving Danceg Prom Committee, Nutmeg Committee, Pharmacy Section. GORDON, JACK Newfield Street Middletown, Conn. A.Z.O.g Banquet Committee, Ping Pong Team. 76 ANTON, AARON 61 Westland Hartford, Conn A.Z.O.g Rho Chi Honor Society, Ring Committee AVITABLE, JOSEPH 533 Chapel Street New Haven, Conn Ping Pong, Banquet Committee. BICLINKIIQ, HYMAN 1-1-22 Kossuth Street Bridgeport, Conn Bowling Clulmg Prom Committee. BOICHM, SH ICRWOOD 610 Congress Avenue New Haven, Conn Prom Committee, A.Pl1.A.g Glee Clulmg A.Z.O. Bowling Club. GREENBERG, MAX 135 lrving Street A.Z.O., Banquet Committee, Bowling Cluh. HALPERIN, NORMAN 94- Hobart Street New Haven, Conn A.Z.O., Bowling Club, Class Ring Committee- LAROSIC, RUSSELL -H9 Central Avenue B1'iflllCP01'T, COW A.Ph.A., Class President 3, Vice Regent Kappa 'Psi Rho Chi Honor Society, Prom Chairman lax-Ofhcio LEVINE, DONALD 133 Smalley Street New Britain, Conn Pharma-Conn Ifdftol-5 Pharmacy Editor Nutmeg Nuclent Council l, Prom Committee, FrCShIUCH RC CCDU0n Committee 2, Thanksgiving Dance 2. Hartford, Conn. CLASS OF 1943 HERTZ, NATALI E NEYSA 663 Clinton Avenue Bridgeport, Conn. Vice President A.Ph.A., Assistant Editor Pharma- Conn, Nutmeg Committee, Pharmacy Section, Ex- ehequer Upsilon Phi Sigma, Freshmen Reception Committee 2, 3, Thanksgiving Dance 2, Corn's a Poppin', Chairlady Prom Committee. JAFFE, ROBERT 64- Rhodes Street New Britain, Conn. A.Z.O., Treasurer, Nutmeg Committee, Pharmacy Section, Class Gift Committee, A.Ph.A. MARINI, REGIANO 31 Pardee Place Extension East Haven, Conn. Corn's A-Popping Kappa Psi, Pharma-Conn Staff, Class Banquet Committee, Nutmeg Committee 'Phar- macy Section. MATTIE, LOUIS 327 Saint John Street New Haven, Conn. Kappa Psi, Rho Chi Honor Society, Ping Pong, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 3, Prom Committee, Nutmeg Committee Pharmacy Section. A . 77 E ' PETRO,GEORGE 21 Franklin Street Ansonia, Conn i Prom Committee, Photography Club 1, 2. RUDOLPH, HENRY Class Treasurer 25 A.Ph.A.g Prom Committee. SERESIN, PAULINE ANN h 1968 Boston Avenue Bridgeport, Conn. Secretary Upsilon Phi Sigma, Technical Editor Pharma-Conn, A.Ph.A.g Class Gift Committeeg Prom Committee, Nutmeg Committee Pharmacy Section, 'Thanksgiving Dance Com- mittee 3. TAREILA, PAUL 262 West Hazel Street New Haven, Conn. Kappa Psi, Class Treasurer 33 Chairman Ring Committee, Class Gift Committee. SNITMAN, MELVIN 19 Darien Street Hartford, Conn. Vice President Student Council, Class Vice President 35 A.Z.O.g A.Ph.A.g Ring Committeeg Nutmeg Committee Pharmacy Section. A i l m 137 Grove Place West Haven, Conn. fl- X, ,N4 Silluifrllfeinul Qlioiuuni will The student body, realizing the value iff having a centralized group, formed the btudent Council in the fall of 1937. Two "CDl'esentatives were chosen from each Class. The Student Council has success- fully carried out its purpose. They have planned most of the school functions and also have been instrumental in obtaining fm' the school special equipment which has been a benefit for all classes that followed, Officers l943--H' PI'1'.virlz'11r . . Daniel Camilliere lfffl' f'r1'.vi1lr'11f . . Melvili Snitman S"""f'ffN',1f . . Nlarion liorriello 1ll'l'lI.VIll'!fI' . Nlarshal lVIerkin Rcpfesentativest Cl"-V-V 'lf 19,13 . Daniel Camilliere hdarshal Nlerkin CI"-V-V 'If 19.1.1 . . lVIarion Borriello Nlelvin Snitman Clam of 1945 . Sol Balber Elmo Gianantoni . Clrm of 19.16, Represented by Mr. lVilliams of the faculty Faculty Advisor, Mr. Wallace F. VVhifC Class olllcers are elected in the Sophomore, lunior and Senior W.u,g ln the sophomore year class of 19-H officers wg,-C. I ' rexirl 1' nt . f'i1'1' I,l't'KiIll'Ilf Sl'Cl'l'fIlI'.l' . fI'1-my lH'l'l' . The class officers l'n'.ri1l1'1lf . 1 'im' l,l'!'.l'iIll'llf Sl'l'I'l'fIll'j' . 7vl'l'Il.l'llI'l'l' . The faculty advisor is Professor Leslie B. 3' . I .unc i . J Russell La Rose .l0SCph Padula 'l'heresa Dilienedqmy Henry Rudolph Russell La Rose Melvin Snitman 'llheresa llilienedetto Paul 'l'areila tt. -1 79 llDll1lfElllI"l11f11 fillf' 'O 1171 1111 lfflilor-in-Clzief . . . Donald Levine, '44 fJ.S'.Yf.1'fIllll lfzlilur Natalie Hertz, '44 il'l'Cl1IlfL'lll lfzlilur Pauline Seresin, '44 l"r11'uffy flzlfzfixm' ..... Dr. Henry S. johnson 'l'he llharma-Conn when first originated in 1934 was published bi-weekly in mimeographed form. ln November 1937, it made its initial appearance as a monthly four-page printed journal. Under the editorship of Donald Levine, the first ever to receive the editor- ship in his sophomore year, the Pharma-Conn has incorporated several new features including a plan by which graduates and other persons interested in the college receive a copy of each issue. Slllffi Marion Iioriello, '44, Regiano Marini, '44, Daniel Camilliere, '43, Vivian Radaehowski, '43, Seymour Gold, '45, lidward Burt, '43, Phillip Feltman, '43, Bernard Steinberg, '43, Frederic Casioppo, '43, Richard Newman, '46, Marshal Merkin, '43. 80 1 Class lllmole 1 n omnimiuttfee 'l'he years before 1942, the class book of the College of Pharmacy was known as Distillate. Since 1941, when the independ- ent Connecticut College of Pharmacy merg- ed with the University of Connecticut our school has been represented in the Nutmeg. The Class liook Committee has been chosen by the class president, Russell Lallose. At the first meeting Donald Levine was elected editor of the Pharmacy section. 'l'hc committee was then divided into two sec- tions-that of the editorial matter, and photography material. lfililnrial Cunm1iHr'r'.' Marion liorriello, Natalie Hertz, Donald Levine, Regiano Marini, Pauline Seresin, Melvin Snilman. l'lmlngr11f1hy C'u1lHllfllr'r'.' Theresa Dilieneclelto, Robert Jaffe, Louis Nlzlltie. 'S fiifllfee iudb The Cilee Club was first organized :lt The Collegexof l'harmacy by lifteen stu- dents in V339 under the directorshipiof AIP. fiordon Becker of Yale Univel'SlU'- 'lille directors succeeding lVIr. Becker b1lV0 liven Mr. Alden W. Hammond, Mr. liirsh- baum and at present hflr. August R0Sl'll1' Mr. Roselli is at present taking a chemistry course at our college. l'le has received his Bachelor of Music degree at Yale Uni- Vwsifl' and his Master of AVIS flvlllifc at Columbia, Ar various times throughout the year. The Cllee Club has Guest Nights and 0ifl'lT Sm!! at various school functions. Ul7"f'f'f'-i 1 945- 1 044 -' l'I'r'.vifIenl . . . Constantine Della l'ietra lrifl'-l,l't'Xilll'lIf . . . llomenic Verrastro Sf'f7'l'fllI'j'-v'l'l'lI.YIll'l'l' . l,1lSllll2Ill' Acanipora !:llI.l'A' nf ,futh- Pilsquale Aeanipora, Richard lieadle, Marvin lff'lW'l'k. l"rederie Casioppo, Constantine Uvllil Ilclmi Saul lfudowe, l70lIlClliC Vl'l'l'1l5f""- fflnxx uf lgylgg Albert Costello, Milton Smirnoff. S.lrr,s'.r of 19,165 . ludward Astarita, Dwight Boardman, ll'Vllll-I Lerner, Bernard Spiegel. I 1 Mfmlwr of lln- fm-uliy: Mr. XV. R. vVllllZllIlS J. ni - Kilim Clliii l'harmaceutical Honor Society-founded :lt the University of Nlichigan, l922-- active chapters 27 - Alpha Gamma Chapter estab- lished at the University of Connecticut in IQ-l2. 0Uif'e1'.v 1942-43" p,.,.m1,,,f , lCdward C. Hurt View l,l'l'.Villl'llf . Carmelo Vasquez Sl.,-,-,-f,,,-by . . Leslie li. Barrett T,.!.,,-,.,,,-,.,- Nicholas XV. lienney .'llr'n1ln'l'.r.' l.'lr1.f.r of I0-H1 , V 1 A Alton Austin, VVanda liutler, Frederic XX. lasioppo, Marshal Merkin, Cl .. IW 5 Aiirdiii AH!-fill, Marion li. liorriello, Russell l.aRuse, Louis Mattie. i ,,.. , s Y,-Z., v ,,- R1 - - . S 1e1i' Annually the Fraternity awards a prize for e in the Freshman year. The officers of the Nu chapter: IJil'l"l'f0I'lllIl . . . Sul: Direfforunz Siynarz' . E.X'L'llt'qlll'l' l"fu'11lly llrltiisw' Ml'l!llll'l'J, Clary of 1943: Phillip Feltman, Sidney Leventhal, Bernard Steinberg. Clan of 1942: Aaron Anton, Sherwood Boehm, jack Gordon, Max Halperin, Robert Jaffe, Melvin Snitman. Clan uf 194.1 Sol Balber, Ralph Berger, Morris Lerner. xcellence in biology Phillip Feltman Sidney Leventhal Bernard Steinberg . . Robert Jaffe Mr. Harry Eudowe Greenberg, Norman 82 Alpha Zeta Umega Omega Fraternity was Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, June 1921. There are 15 chap- throughout the United States and Canada and 2 alumni chapters. The Nu Chapter was founded at the College of Pharmacy in December, 1929, by a group of eighteen students. The Alpha Zeta founded at the ters established Chapter has been steadily growing and today boasts of a large alumni enrollment in addition to their active list. The purposes of this Fraternity are to provide social functions for its members, to perpetuate friendship, to encourage cul- ture to foster scholastic attainment and pharmaceutical research to elevate ideals and to cement social ties among its members. iW1'1nbr'r.r, Class of 1943: Pasquale Acampora, Alton R. Austin, Richard Beadle, Edward C. Burt, Daniel Camilliere, Frederic Casioppo, Constantine Della Pietr0, Anthony Russo, Carmelo Vasquez, D0mCI1iC Verrastro. Clan of 19443 Edward Corbin, Russell LaRose, Reglmw Marini, Louis Mattie, Paul Tareila. Clar: of IQ,,lj'j Albert Costello, Americo Giuliano, FrederiCli Santa Lucia. I aipipa psi Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 189-l-. , This organization was the first Greek- letter society to be established in any pharmacy college in the United States. Kappa Psi now limits its chapters to colleges of pharmacy holding membership in the American Association of Colleges of Pharm- acy. At present Kappa Psi is one of the largest pharmaceutical frater- nities in existenceg it consists of 37 active chapters scattered through- out the nation. Nu Chapter of Kappa Psi at the University of Connecticut Col- lege of Pharmacy was organized in 1928 in which year it received its charter. The aims and purposes for which this body was formed are to conduct a mutual fraternal organization having for its object the mutual advantages of its members and, to this end, to unite in fraternal bonds persons of good character and sound health. Kappa Psi aims to inculcate nobility and courage of mind and heart, and to further in every way possible the advantages of its members, socially, morally and intellectuallyg also to foster pharmaceutical research and high scholarship. Ojfirws Regent . Edward Corbin Vive Regent Russell LaRose Sevrelary Albert Costelio T1'ea.v11rer Louis Mattie Historian . . . . Pasquale Ierardi Depufy Grand Counselor Mr. VValter Williams National Grand Counselor hir. Nicholas Fenney .3111 ...I - 83 The sorority has been growing rapidly in the past few years and with the entrance of more women students at the college, the member- ship is expected to grow to a greater number than ever before. Plans are now underway for the Upsilon Phi Sigma to become a chapter of a national pharmaceutical sorority. U flil'L'I'.S' Gram! Diynimrirul . Vivian Radachowslcy, '43 llipqnilrlrizul lwarian Borriello, '44 Sfribf' . Pauline Seresin, '44 lfxrlzrqlufr Natalie Hertz, '44 1llr'ml11'r.r : 'llllCl"JS1l Dilielledetto, '44, Gloria Hedrick, '45, Jeanette lihlert, '45, Mareio liudowe, '45, Lola Levy, '4-5. 84 Upsilfoua Sigma The Upsilon Phi Sigma Sorority is a local organization for the women students of the College of Pharmacy. The purpose of the Sorority is to promote social and in- tellectual relations between its members and also to foster pharmaceutical research and high scholarship. Annually the sorority sponsors a cake and candy sale in the Annex Building at which time they shanghai the student body and faculty into partaking of delicacies prepared by their own hands. The pledge period, much to the enter- tainment of the rest of the student body, features an umbrella parade around the college and city of New Haven. Mz'mber.r, Clan of 1943: Pasquale Acampora, Wanda Butler, Phil Felt man, Sidney Leventhal, Frederic Casioppo. Class of 1944: - Sherwood Boehm, Marion Boriello, Edward Corbin, Theresa DiBenedetto, Russel LaRose, Henry Rudolph, Pauline Seresin, Melvin Snitman. Class of IQAISQ Marcia Eudowe, Jeanette Ehlert, Paul . SChmitz, Herbert Gibor, LeonardMarchlewski, Henry Powell. Class of 1946: Edythe Harrison, Helen Nalewaik, Eleanor Gombar. Eleanor Orsini, Mary Etta Rem- hart, Pauline Dunbar, Genevieve Muzur- kiewicz, Edward Astarita, Louis Celentanfh Benjamin Astarita, Thomas Durica, M0f'l'l5 Feldman, Sanford Glassman, Phillip Gins- bllfg, Jerome Goldfield, Philip Griffin, RiCl121Fd Hollins, Edward Kerekian, Eugene La Fleury Irving Lerner, Chester Madey, Edward Mc- ' Mullen, joseph Murphy, Richard Newman, Henry Paoletta, Harold Palmer, joseph SZY' manski, joseph Trahan, john Foley, Josevh V0lPe, Paul Shapiro, Perry Gorfain. Ameriicam lljlliratrmnmitceuttiicall fbssociautiioiui There are 26 Student Branches of the American Pharmaceutical Association throughout the country. The Connecticut Student Branch was organized in January 1939. The purpose of this organization is to advance the professional aspects of pha1'macy as well as to promote a more scientific cooper- ation between the physician and the pharmacist. Meetings are held during which the newer therapeutic drugs and agents, pharmaceutical techniques and problems, and the economic problems confronting pharmacy are brought under discussion. Several open meetings a year are held, to which are invited the physicians, pharmacists, public health officials, and all others inter- ested in attending. In all, this organization is indeed in a key position to advance pharmacy as a scientific public health service, and as such is inc1'eas- ing the dignity and objectives of the profession. Officers I President . Ma1'vin Botwiclc, '43 Vice President . Natalie Hertz, '44- Treasurer . Edward C. Burt, '43 Secretary Vivian Radachowsky, '43 t 85 WWY at W ,.........,.......... Qlass lllliislfsory Pause a moment-take respite from school work and war. We have been working quite hard in this acceler- ated program. We have sacrificed vacations and the fun that accompanies them by speeding up our specialized education, so that we may be of better service to our government. We first entered the Connecticut College of Pharmacy with lightness of heart but now find it heavy with war. Again we say--take respite. Let us hold these past years in retrospect. Well, the first day many of us strange, queer people were massed together in a strange, queer place-our un- easiness was perceived, in our manner. Remember how we introduced ourselves with parched, dry mouths, "l'm so and so" from "God knows where"-"Who are you ?" With dazed and foggy minds we made new friends. Our first introduction to the faculty was in that now well known room 3. They seemed to be an odd bunch talking among themselves-Now we know how odd they arel For a week or more we novices passed in and out of antiquated class rooms-constantly under the scrutiny of the upper classmen. However, we soon became adapted to the strange architecture of the old buildings and the dis- illusionment of what is known as college life. Our first social event was the Freshman Reception, given in our honor by the upper classmen. The purpose of these freshman receptions is to have the upper classmen and freshmen meet informally. All we seemed to break through that night was the enteric coating of a few of our advanced school fellows. After our first month's stay at C.C.P., those who survived took on the appearance of the average student-that of being fagged out. College, we learned, should not be looked at through colored glasses--it is hard work and plenty of it. During the first few weeks our notebooks were inundated with well spaced, well copied notes. Ambition surged through our veins. The notes following that gave signs of fatigue and falling asleep in class or a touch of boredom perhaps-when sentences tapered into words indiscernable, 'or doodling bordered the page. After weeks of isolation from humanity, we were confronted by a series of tests known as "lVIid-years." Seated comfortably in seats that have straight backs and seemed cushioned with spikes, we were handed blue books of a soft shade, some might call it powder blue. Along with these books came mimeographed sheets with unfamiliar ques- tions. These tests were nothing to Worry about for hadn't one of our Profs suggested a movie the night before? Most of us survived that restful week of exams and have lived through many enjoyable weeks like it. Midyears,-notes, notes, and more notes CAh, notesll then Finals. lVIany of us finished the freshman year successfully, some dropped out along the way, and others stayed to greet the new freshman class. Ar last we were a part of C.C.P. When we came home again to C.C.P., we found that it adopted a new first name-that of University. We were now the University of Connecticut, College of Pharmacy. Well-none of us can forget the Sophomore year. It was this year that we learned drugs,-especially benzedrine and caffeine-which we put to practical use. Cillatss lliisifoiey None of us can deny the fact that our Sophomore year was the toughest and decisive test. l'harmacognosy, Qual, Organic, llfiath, German, and Accountingh-they all seemed to provide an interesting and entertaining curriculum for that year. Throughout the stately halls, classrooms, and locker rooms, a voice would resound-God, if l only had a gun. Along with l'harmacognosy came Professor Barrett. He and our class were quite compatible. He was more to us than a mere instructor, remember the fine pre-lfaster lecture he gave us . . . yes, Professor Barrett was more of a friend to us. He won the respect and attention of all our class during our Sophomore year. No doubt, that is why we had unanimously elected him as our faculty advisor. lfxams that year were nothing out of the ordinary-tough as ever. It was during the Sophomore year, that we were greeted hy some members of the former class and bade farewell to some of our two- year friends. Since the accelerated program had been installed, we had two weeks vacation and returned as Juniors. New Haven seemed excep- tionally hot that summer but we found release from the heat in our lahs. with all the bunsen burners lit. Ar present, we are -luniors. ln ordinary times, this year would be one of security and confidence in graduating, hut now we are seeing some of our classmates entering the service and who knows how many more of us will enter before graduation. Uur future is definitely uncertain. Our years here have required many, many hours of earnest studying but we have had some swell times together-the freshman trip to New York and the annual picnics. Say, what about the dances good old C.C.l,. has had? 'llhat is the time when school talk is taboo and we bacchantes make merry. We do have an advantage of going to our small school, there is quite a bit of intimacy among us. VVhen minds are free and the gang gives vent to joy, you can always see ,foe Avitahle and Hi lielinkie toss a little of the Barber of Seville back and forth, that, or circulate some of their jokes. lylany times in the locker room you could see "weight-lifter" llflel Snitman work out on "fiargantua" Boehm, the massive but square guy. Anton is one of lVIel's intimates and one of the smartest in the class. He studies quite a bit but always finds time for his admirers. .lack Cfiordonl and Jaffe, like jack and jill, they seem to be inseparable. Both have innocent humor floating around class. "Hank" Greenberg should ll? mentioned now. He is one more of our Hartford boys. He deserves some fine laurels for the way he has come up in marks-earnest studying no doubt. NVhile speaking of earnest studying we must lllfllfllfll l1UlllS lwattie. Louie has captured many school prizes for his scholastic 87 lliisiboiey ability. For quietness and reserve, we have Norm Halperin. Hels a sincere, conscientious fellow and because of that, he is liked by us all. 'llhe class jester, lVlarini, who seems to be "up the creek" too often always has his familiar "Yikes" to say and he does take a lot of ribbing for it. 'llhen there is "'l'rolley-carl' Tareila, an extremely happy fellow who takes care of our money. Yes, he's our treasurer. lfddie Corbin, who sports around in a deep maroon colored car-is a regular pal. that is why he is now Regent of the Kappa Psi. WllCI1 you see! a slick hair job on a heavy head of hair you are bound to find George Petro be- neath it. He has been a photography bug but now seems to be develop- ing a life of retirement. For looks however, all eyes turn to Henry Rudolph, whose sharp profile must have pierced many hearts. Rudy is quite the artist too, you should see his notes. Russell LaRose, Presi- dent of our class, is extremely well rounded, his marks are excellent- popularity superb, and he has a good general knowledge of the arts. Russ is one fine person to talk to. 'llhen there is Donnie Levine who manages to get his school work done between the free moments of his extra curricular activities. 'llhe school paper occupies quite a bit of his time. We have a swell bunch of fellows and our class is certainly for- tunate in having four girls. Girls are popular at this school because the odds are wonderful. ln scholastic standing lVIarion liorriello tops the girls. Marion is one of the finest in our class and has our trust for she has been repre- senting us in the Student Council for three years. The girl with the "N.l". 'l'oothpowder" smile, Pauline Seresin, is warmly held in the hearts of all us pharmacy boys and gals. She is an indispensable aid in the publication of the Pharma-Conn for she does all the typing and technical work. 'llhe Queen of our college, Terry Dilienedetto, is every bit of a queen. She has two eyes, a nose. mouth, and all other accessories-but boy are they in harmony! Besides looks, 'l'erry has brains and she uses them. Natalie Hertz is the live wire among the girls-but definitely! She has done very much for our extra curricular activities. Natalie is popular among the boys but it is rumored that she is retiring to a 'fone man" life. ln ten years, we wonder what changes there will be in the fellows and girls. Perhaps ten years from now, we will again glance t-hrough the book and frankly think the years were not too hard and they were fun. Somehow we will see how many things in pharmacy will have changed according to what our Profs. have taught. 'l'he faculty has been really fine. 'llhey do have their idiosyncrasies, but that is what makes each an individual. l,et ns hope now that each and everyone of us shall be successful after this cloud of uncertainess, the war, subsides. l,et us shake hands and wish each other good luck for having come this far successfully. Good Luck l 88 pharmacy Solhrooll Roster Class oil? S Senior Pasquale Acampora Daniel Camilliere Frederick Altieri Fredric Casioppo R. Alton Austin Richard Beadle llflilton Bellin Marvin Botwick Edward C. Burt Wanda Butler Aaron Anton Joseph Avitable Hyman Belinkie Sherwood Boehm Marion Borriello Edward Corbin Theresa DiBenedetto Jack Gordon Cl Sol Balber Gloria Bedrick Richard Berenson Ralph Berger William Berman Rocco Ciarlo Albert Costello Cosmo DePalma Vincent DiMicco Jeanette Ehlert Marcia Eudowe Leo Collins Constantine DellaPietro Saul Eudowe Philip Feltman Jack Gordon Earl Hitchcock YOMT Sidney Leventhal Marshal Merkin Vivian Rad achowsky Anthony Russo Bernard Steinberg Carmelo Vasquez Domenic Verrastro Nathan Zuboff Clrass Of 'S' rxllrllllllllllllill' YCBJRII' Max Greenberg Norman Halperin Natalie Hertz Robert Jaffe John Kiszkiel Russell LaRose Donald Levine Arnold Feldman Elmo Gianantoni Herbert Gibor Sidney Gitlin Americo Giuliano Seymour Gold Sidney Horwitz Pasquale Ierardi Carl Kevorkian Merrill Krane Maurice Lerner Clrass oil: H llrreshm Edward Astarita Dwight Boardman Louis Celentano Louis DellaVecchia Benjamin Dezinno Richard Drew Pauline Dunbar Thomas Durica lVIorris Feldman John Foley Philip Ginsburg Sanford Glassman Albert Goldenthal Jerome Goldfield Eleanor Gombar Perry Gorfain Philip Griffin "lL0ft sclzonl I0 join Edythe Harrison Richard Hollings Edward Kerekian Sarkis ' Khazarian Eugene LaFleur Albert LaPoll Irving Lerner Chester Madey . Genevieve Mazurkiewicz Edward McMullen Stephen Melnick Joseph Murphy Helen Nalewaik Richard Newman Eleanor Orsini Harold Palmer Henry Paoletta the armed forrfer. 89 ass all ll945 -if Saplwm Regiano hlarini Louis Mattie George Petro Henry Rudolph Pauline Seresin Melvin Snitman Paul Tareila OTC YCUEILII' Lola Levy 'Richard Lipshetz g"Charles Mead Camille Panico Henry Powell 'William Reilly "Louis Sager Frederick SantaLuc1'1 H. Paul Schmitz Benjamin Slonimsky Milton Smirnoff .Html Yllifillll' Louis Perricone Pasquale Pinciaro "Sherman Pogrew William Polonsky l'eBernard Reynolds Mary Etta Rhinehait Stanley Rocklin Sydney Ross Paul Shapiro Edward Silver David Silverman Bernard Spiegel Joseph Szymanski 'Joseph Tiroletto 'Joseph Tortorelli Joseph Trahan Joseph Volpe Meena 2' .93meaQfh IPHHQRTMIHELCY College QUEEN 3 5 FRATERNI 2' W A 1 i I 'Y ai W T r 1 L'wgv+-s',,m'm pw QW, IES Y appa Alpha Vllqlheifza CYAMMA ZETA CHAPTER 0ffiL'er.s' Z A A A A A A A A A Presizlent . .V . Barham Hall C , l"ice-President . . . June Schenker C Tv QE-as my Secretary . . . . Joyce Fraser 'AGPA y'l'l"tlXIll'f'l' . . . lnez Hansen Fun, fraternal, and frantic . . . poise plus noise . . . are seen in the library-sometimes . . . gracious and vivacious . . . created the VV.S.B.B. fVVomen Student Beanery Bus-ersl . . . impressive collection of trophies . . . the "Campus" office crew . . . a-Grilling we will go . . . the Rock Garden's their town house. . . sail along smoothly behind the Theta kite . . . have a peculiar aflinity for rationed products: coffee, gasoline, and men . . . Q.P. dolls . . . take stuffed animals to bed with them . . . go into hysterics at themselves . . . acquire freshmen, dates, campus titles, marks, and trophies insouciently and effortlessly . . . sing Qmostly on keyj constantly, and play bridge even more. Members: . Barbara Hall, Anne Freeman, Katherine Keser, Norma Anderson, Lois johnson, Lorraine Hammerstrom, Roberta Burns, June Schenker, Ruth Service, Bessie Amsden, Ruth Barry, Polly Murray, Florence McKone, Betsy Due, Marjorie Sarratt, Lynette Bishop, lnez Hansen, Betty XVillsey, joyce Fraser, Mary jane Ingham, Priscilla Bourne, Pauline Barheri, Virginia Halapin, Louise Dewey, Barbara Hugo, Mary Beebe, Mary Siteman, Jane lrwin, Mary Smith, Shirley Ahhott, Dorothy Barry, Josephine De Naples, Margaret Freeman, Anne Ackerman, jean Carter, Marcia Clinton, Betty Hall, Hope Cone, Dorothy Kane, Eileen Collo- more, Marjorie Herman, Rose Novotny, Patricia Runyon, Katherine XVihher, Dorothy Edmunds, Margaret Murdock, jane Novak, jane Muus, Glenn Dodd, Ann Speirs, Lois Ver Veer. I'lr'r1'g1'f'.v Z Dorothy Beaumont, Constance Butwell, Dorothy Carroll, Patricia Chapman, Jane Griswold, Florence jenusaitis, Shirley Krick, Lois Kurtze, Ruth Lampe, Mary McGroary, Patricia MeKown, Mary Molloy, Anne Pickett, Marjorie Reagan, jean Rocks, Joyce Rudes, Barbara Smith, Norma Spongherg, Marjorie Turner, Dorothy Vogt, Caroline Wheeler. 94 appa rapper amma DELTA MU CHAPTER ' i , ., V ix K, ra in , l ' gf Ufffr'r'I'.v! Y V 6651:-uws-5 Y. ia., l'rerirlr'nf . . . . Dilys Jones N K' i l w r r l'ire-l'resifJz'nf . . Helen Rogers , 'A R S1'1'rr't1lry. . . . Betty Gray ,Z ' -swfff-,f H ba' Irmrurer . . Norma Johnson Known for their true blue standards and shining gold keys . . . the perfect note between formality and informal- lty . . . feather-cut curls . . . versatility galore . . . a 10029 following of "Terry and the Pirates" . . . at formal dances, each one a dream, and often a queen . . . rush parties run from leisurely breakfasts to formal after dinner cof- fee by candlelight . . . serious students, enthusiastic cooks, and poised socialitcs . . . spontineity above all . . . perfect harmony is the keynote of their group singing . . . variety is the spice of dating . . . never miss a social affair. Mnmbrrxz Doris Borrup, Louise Bradford, joan Christie, jean Clarke, Claire DuBeau, Jeanne Hinman, Dilys jones, Shirley Mullins, Leslie Tcrani, Edith Wollenberg, Barbara Carr, Nancy Coggins, Betty Gray, Norma johnson, Elizabeth Nixon, Helen Rogers, Helen Satin, Bettina Siegel, Janice Tappin, jane Washburn, Dorraine Bradley, Mary-Edith Chevalier, Mary Malcolm, Marjorie MeKie, Barbara Perkins, Barbara Randall, Louise Schlottcrbeck, Rosemarie Sohn, Henrietta Spring, Priscilla Storrs. l'lrdga'.t: Marion Barrows, Dorothy Buch, Edith Carsten, Laura Deyo, Edna Dudley, Celeen Flynn, Marijane johnson, Margaret Mac- Donald, jean Parsons, Marilyn Pfingsten, Eris Porterfield, Constance Smith, Anne Tracy, Charlotte NVarren, Nancy XVehb, janet Wilcox. 95 tv 1VIcmbz'r.r: Sophomores: Barbara Hanley, Betty Landis, Elisabeth Leask, Virginia Meisenheimer, Dorothy Nelson, Ruth Petersen, Marie Wynne. 1 Plndgmxv: ' Hazel Beebe, Gloria Carangelo, Dorothy Dix, Marguerite Dowen, Jean Hull, Helen Hooper, Lois Lydiard, Evelyn Pulver, Esther Moss, Betty O'Brien, Rosemary Voos, Virginia VVhitham, Betty Blume. A lively bunch who dare to be different . . . startled the campus last year by starting their own . . . plenty of sorority spirit . . . in all campus activities-all 'round girls from hiking to choir . . . patriotic! air raid Wardens, first aiclers, and navy entertainers . . . novelty parties, and hilarious times at the Church Cabin . . . Prom-trotters, all,- but don't accuse them of being glamour girls-although they did produce a queen . . . never grind but hold their own with Q.P.'s . . . always together . . . originality, spirit, and pep distinguish them. lmelllba Upsiilona i .l Uffivfrs I t Prwxizlwrl . . Betty Lancis Viet'-l'resizl1'11t . . Dorothy Nelson Sl'l'I'l'fIlI'.1' . . lVIarie Wynne V Y P Q9 yll'l'IlXlll'l'I' . . Elisabeth laeaslc H' DELTA uvSW 96 1VIrmb1?r.f: Harriett Kalison, Ruth Rudolf, Estelle Shapiro, Barbara Rosenberg, Muriel Farber Miriam Apter Rheta Baron Elaine Chang Natalie Davidson, Lila I-Ietchkopf, Rosalie Lassman, Lucille Lubow, Elinor Rosensteln Elaine White Lillian Zimmerm l'lr'dgn'.f: Ruth Azif, Rose Fleisher. Charmcrs in pink and grey . . . their "free" mail floods the P. O. . . diamonds are the rule rather than the exception . . I Name the record 'and they have it . . . their sorority pin is better known as The Spot In the higher Q. P. brackets , . . they Wear their own clothes! . . . typically New York styled clothes batuid my afternoons they take Willi by storm . . . famous for their Church Cabin hoboparties . nightly hair brushing to uncurl their shining locks and then Things to curl 'em again . . . a good stock Of Pretty f2lCCN are the campus s 3 vear olds but they get as much attention 215 gt new-born baby . . . are making tradition instead of breaking it Sigma Kappa Delta Officers: l,7'l?.Yil1t?2lf . lfige-Presizlent Treasurer . ' C orrfs 1101111 i II 9 Secretary . Estelle Shapiro . Muriel Farber . Elaine Chausky . Harriett Kalison 97 5309 x X N X x . .44q ,.: i X bam Q U Sigma Officers: lJI'l'.Vill61IfT .l"ir.vt .Vt"lIlf?Xl1'I' . Seroml .vellzzfstw lfive-l'1'e.vi1lw:t . yll'f'llSIll'l'I' . . . Reforzling Secrelary psiilloim Nu . lVIabel Tripp McShane . . Frances Ross . Hope DeMore . Beulah Shanley . . lVIiriam Weigold They keep the campus guessing . . . members are private idea specialists . . . their parties drive the other soror- ities crazy, the freshmen into hysterics, and themselves into the highest brackets . . . everyone knows 'em and likes 'em . . . if they can't buy it, they make it and everyone else wishes they could too . . . variety in their membership . . . they have everything, smoothies, brains, athletes . . . get the Q.P.'s and no one knows how, they're so busy run- ning things on campus . . . a friendly bunch . . . they pull you out of scraps and themselves tool M1'1nl1frJ: Seniors: Bernice Bamforth, Katherine Clark, Barbara James, Mabel McShane, Lynne Norton, Elizabeth Porter, Alice Reid, Frances Ross, Helen Savage, Beulah Shanley, Miriam Weigold, Inez Abel, Laura Andisio, Virginia Black, Mary Boland, Patricia Confrey, Hope DeMore, Barbara Draper, Elizabeth Glass, Margaret Healy, Catherine Hourigan, Elisabeth Hyde, Thelma Lov- dal, Gloria Marion, Mary Meagan, Anne Miknlich, Eleanor Munson, Shirley Swanson, Grace Sweeton, Virginia Swift, Helen VVhipple, Beatrice Whitney, Mary Weiman, Ann Bennett, Ruth Beers, Barbara Burden, Barbara Ecker, Muriel Eddy, Alyce Fenn, Elizabeth Francis, Patricia Grant, Lorraine Kinstler, Priscilla Merchant, jane McKiernan, Eileen McQuaid, Eugenia Schwanda, Frances Sheehan, Elisabeth Traggis, Dorothy VVarner, Elisabeth YVood. I'l1'zI'g1'1'.r: Agnes Anthony, Minerva Bristol, Margaret Brundage, Pauline Englehardt, Catherine Fellows, Barbara Filer, Helen Friel, Lois Galbraith, Lois Holcomb, Lois Hutchinson, Susan Lewis, Harriet May, Jean Moffett, Patricia Pearson, Marjorie Rollins, Con- stance Simmers, Norma Smyth, Marilyn Tripp, Vivian Tuthill, Elizabeth Underwood, Carol Vath, Grace VVebster, Sarah Witsil, Elizabeth Wright. 98 Officers: lJl'l'.l'iIlt"Nf . . Shirley Krattel Vice-l'rm'i1lw1f . . Marion Glickman Corre.vpomli11g Sm'remry . . Rhoda Rosenberg Rerorfliug Secretary . . Shirley Gerstein I X Vllqllnelta psi I The house down the road with the curvy walk . . . Nearest to Willi . . . and the shortest Walk to the Store for crackers and peanut butter . . . it seems they all go steady . . . But that doesn't mean that they haven't campus admirers . . . like old Theta Psi too well to join in the Nationals Parade . . . and why not? . . . we do too I . I constantly knitting and purling for the army . . . and they have some pretty sharp clothes themselves . . . seem to have a secret joke . . . anyway they're always happy . . .spend hours sitting on their comfy sofa and howling at each other . . . getAQ.P.'s like a breeze - it's a habit of theirs. Members: Seniors: Shirley Gerstein, Shirley Kratter, Terry Cornell Nashner. juniors: Frieda Goodman, Louise Rebach, Marion Glickman, Rhoda Rosenberg, Gertrude Werner, Anni Weissman Sophomores: Pearl Miller, Charlotte Shain, Anita Slavin, Elli Weissman, Inez Umansky, Esther Brauner Constance Ros f li Evelyn Sheftel, Doris Berman, Shirley Borodach. ' ' 'en e C' l'ln1gu'.r: Frances Parisch, Adrienne Wolfert,4Lucille Reinstein, Virginia Cutler, Cynthia Peizer, Shirley Hunter, Molly Lee Marilyn Ca- pitman, Esther Yaffee, Muriel Sheitleman, Rhoda Grodin, Mae Riokin, Claire Rose, Estelle Goldfarh, Selma Mag,,PhylliS Pea,-I Florence Gallert, Florence Sterling, Frieda Kramer, Marjorie Ollston, Evelyn Scheckner, Harriet Boltuch, Arline jacobgon, l 99 1.v'rotlu'r.v: Richard Aubrey, Charles Cass, C. Richard French, Louis Guiffrida, john Mullaney, Donald O'Brien, Roger Olmstead, Salvatore Alessi, George Bishop, john Puglissi, Howard Benedict, Ralph Briggs, Patrick Bray, Ernest Eschert, Donald Fisher, Leland Gates, Victor Galgowski, Harold Lamb, John Kavanek, Eugene Kelley, Benjamin Miskavech, Robert Moss, Michael Prisloe, Thomas Reilly, David Sheehan, Chester NVillard, William Pawlowski, james Eacott, Xavier Morkus, Dudley Clark, jesse Poloquin, Conrad Olie, William Fitzpatrick, Neal Fitzpatrick, William Wood, Thomas Peterson, Edward O'Hara, Francis Lucas, William Meyer, Arthur Ives, Robert Lorch, Edwin Stratton, Robert Dowling, David Knell, Bernard Fackler, Donald Doty, john VVooding. , l'l1'a'gn'.f: John Carlson, Harvey Carter, Ernst D. Duhamel, Eugene H. Eisenman, William W. Fannon, Robert H. Franklin, Dennis N. Garvey, Feodor F. Hadyka, Carl jackson, VVilliam Knapp, Daniel F. Kowats, Howard E. Ledell, Dominic Marino, james J. McGillicuddy, Kenneth McLaughlin, Frederick Mills, Ralph Movelewski, Thomas O'Neil, Frederick Palmer, Frederick Prevot, john Prisloe, Robert Quinn, Donald Roman, Theodore Schultz, Edgar Walz, Fred Whitehouse, Robert Wynne. ' The big grey house on the corner . . . the only one with a curving sidewalk . . . name their rooms according to the view . . . disc-dancers supreme except when they tread a measure to a private orchestra at one of their extra- special parties . . . every member has some position on campus . . . to say nothing of a descriptive nickname . . . which is jealously guarded . . . already picking out places for their new trophies . . . Sunday night "Inner Sanctum" parties a tradition . . . cosmopolitans . . . and they manage to keep their garage running somehow. we -re , Alphia Gamima lRill10 ,gf ',f:'5,g,'f tf , ,lv f ,,,, .,,,,,- .f .ffff ITPSILON CHAPTER ,r -'Y ,-" ' ' L, Wdi f 1,3 If ,,,, Uffn'1'1's--I' Iliff S r'l1l1'.rtz'r: .fir . ', ,' . W ,1"gi5j,f,?,,j,-.,p '- Noble Ruler . . john Mullziney ' W h"i!4i"l"' W '- ' fre? 1 ifsaf?f?1aa11' 'aff-,,f3.-:1.'.':g:1','111:iw' .grgfrf 1. s I iff'-Noble Ruler . . . Charles Cass Miiiilr-rail, ,fy,M,,,1s q,,i'PiDi'E flll'l'IlSlU'l'!' . . C. Richard French Srrrrffnry . . Eugene Kelley 100 Mr'mbz'rJ: P l Casanova, Stanley Machenherg, Charles Macri, William Marcuse, Leonard Rin Seymour Bender, Stanley Bockstein, asqua e aldi, Julius Rizzo, Edwin Yungk, Walton Galinat, Richard Siegel. l'lmIgrr: julius Silverstein. l th i' seven pointed star prominently . . . all out for a house . . . study Proud of their new name and disp ay ei hard when no other alternative pI'CSCI1tS itself - - - Hunk thCl1'C0UI'SCS with B's or C's . . . proud of their working non sectarianism . . . Holcomb goers . . . addicted to dates and week-end dances . . . unconventional and individualistic 1 d lwi s different . . . Hall Dorm's their home . . . like it but will trade for '1 - . . dress sharply, conservative y, an a sy house . . . well represented in arm ed forces . . . music l0vCrS . . . classical or swing . . . par extraordinaire ping d h h 'll that comes from victo1'y . . . small, but their opinions are voiced DOIN: players . . . love intramurals an t e t ri with gusto . . . stick together like glue . . . always broke but never fail to lend a helping hand . . . ready smiles for one and all . . . in short, typical college boys. Alpha ALPHA fjffil'I'I'.S' Z l'rr'.vi1l1'11I . l'ife-lJ1'r'.vi1lz'11t . r . I ' 1 1 I l'l'llA'IlI 111 le!'t'fH'llil1g SFl'l'!'f!ll',l' Kappa lpll MU CHAPTER . Pasquale Casanova . Stanley Nlachenberg , . Edwin Yungk . Charles lVIacri 101 'Y' rr? ri . -N fl ' " cc- 1-Pwr-., ,',l:.l,jiJll W f M mqlilis V , their mm ia llglfllflliil 'W' 'WWl3?lfEll?lff"'til, '. . . ",i!shj,'fIwT-W -,Ju E wus: 0616075 . b'Wi'Q'fff, J 5 '.f:1',,rf.fmf!5f:,' , '15, , .:-..: X QF'.,9, g,Q'6rififlf5jgfgfQ l're.vi1lfnt . A . Francis Dellafera "fl',3C'5ff,f,"fg'i' -"2 'Lx ffffvifiiffiflifififf ll'lQf"ffffiffFi'l5'r'f'rlifff'!hf 5? - lfIflsi'5llfiil' 1'7'l'IlSIU'6'7' . Norman Hellman ' 'llll'l','5 ,g,,.,w,,5,,,,4.gl lil' S ecrefary . . Walter Trojanowski A ,pw f::.'iF3l'f,'f!5L ' ' ff :,','Hs,-I'1li1J,'Q,JJi5f-',Qyl,'-5--,'g!sc7'1"' Sure - there's a war onl But combine an athlete with a reserve oFlicer's uniform and there's really something about a soldier. Heroes by the dozen . . . football . . . basketball . . . baseball . . . but they don't stop therel - Flying medals and special war department citations . . . even alums carry on the old tradition and the "X" machine continues to rolll The ramblin' wrecks from Connecticut Techl Slip-stick sharpsters . . . chemistry sharks mixed with terpsi- chorean finesse . . . Varsity "C" with a gold and pearl pin placed in the center. The Q.P.R. is a different story now! . . . they want that scholarship cup for an addition to their already Well-stocked and much envied Trophy Room . . . politicians and curve raisers. Rough and tough . . . but oh, so gentle! Smooth cars to help them roll . . . Hey, Wlto's got a nickel? Dating . . . when the spirit moves them . . . Eta Lambda Sigma is the name . . . but "X" marks the spot! Mrmbarr: Adams, Charles Alfano, Robert Anderson, Vincent Anderson, George Antonez, Leonard Arntsen, Howard Barnes, Gregory Battick, Ellis Beck, Arthur Blum, John Bransfield, Arthur Bridgeman, Walter Bristol, Phillip Burton, William Cooke, James Cuddy, James Curren, Earl DeCarli, Francis Dellafera, Edmund deMattia, William Dripchak, Milton Dropo, Walter Dropo, Francis Earle, Martin Fagan, Willard Fish, Horace Flink, Michael Freedman, Richard Grant, John Greenwood, George Grun- beck, VValter Gustafson, Martin Hansen, John Harmon, Norman Heilman, Brooks Heise, Robert Hoffman, Thomas Impelliteri, Richard Jester, Carmine Jordan, Calvin Joyce, John Keiley, Jack Magner, Franklyn Mattison, Kenneth Maikkula, Charles Mol- loy, Raymond Nurczyk, Joseph Perko, Frank Pinto, Charles Revelli, Frank Rehnberg, Charles Rice, Raymond Scussel, William Schwenterly, John Stasiuk, Warren Thrall, John Toffolon, Walter Trojanowski. Pledgemx Baldwin, Blanchard, Burns, Carrol, Condren, Coutou, Cunningham, Caligan, Crosthwaite, Ferrick, Foley, William Graham, Gug- lietta, Nathan Hale, Hawley Holwick, Albert Jorgensen, Kilday, Lazuk, Liljedahl, William Moll, Mott, George McGovern, Amuro, VVilliam Patterson, Peters, Prebble, Robert Potter, Raymond, Rooney, Schnaffnitt, Spaulding, Vassington. ' 102 111 ff' as lf . VF lgfdlppfii Sllglllfllffll ,.,,.,,2,,, ,,,r.:,,,,, 4 ,Wg- EPSILON ZETA CHAPTER K Q . 'N Q K,-, L l t , , X, I -,N.A ,Q tx R X V, E , , ,v :fxxx It 5 431 s B of ii 55,0 K -6?-if 'A ' A' From oldest local to baby chapter of the National . . . love their housemother, 'lTommy", an all-Season Santa , , , have their own little fleet of cars, which will be running again in 46 A.D. fafter durationl . . . constant polishers around the house . . . and polishing outside . . . specialize in the new and different . . . Shakespeareans all . . . sing of the lily of the valley . . . Uncle Sam's adopted half the chapter but they're all coming back . . . they say , , , exist in the quiet of the end of Fraternity Row . . . one of the best looking houses on campus . . . and one of the D1'0udest memberships. Mclfzbcrxz .lerold Midwell, WVilliam Brown, Raymond Davis, Theodore Malonis, James Mitchell, Walter Pruell ' 1 . Tiziani, Mitchell Vaida, Raymond Fowler, David Goodenough, Clair Harper, Donald Hoyt, joseplil Rltliilifliiiiijnblilfllafffj Allen Pike, Donald Parcells, Allan Rogers, William Stephens, Andrew Anderson, Robert Blackman james Carh bell j h Clin i field, Charles Clark, Clarence Coogan, Franklin Easton, Raymond Johnson, George Lattin, James Mangles l3Xlbe,rt ORU1' .at- Ernest Banker, Vincent Bogucki, Christian Bayreuther, William Cornish, Edwin Crosby, Gubby Dietrich Richard Foss izi"ifo'fi Hanford, Edward Meyer, Albert Moguet, Frank Rogers, Robert Sandall, Eugene Seems, Raymond Siansfield johh'T gfaii Gordon Terrell, Allen Weed, Robert VVerdelin. i ' e or ' Pledgm-J: V Frank Gannon, Roy I-Iubel, Andrew Ohr, Edward Wrinn, Charles Wrinn, Shake: Brothp,-55 Edward Brennan, Robert Adams. 103 Mrmbersz Harry Gample, Albert Pinsky, Herbert Silverman, Irving Aronson, Irving Bernstein, Arthur Blumberg, David Gordon, Leo Kivelewitz, Arthur Lonick, Merton Peck, Everett Seltzer, joseph Bell, Howard Caplan, Donald Deitsch, Martin Fierberg, Allan Granoff, Marvin Curland, Stanley Lavietes, Fred Maretz, Bernard Matlow, Arthur Miller, Elias Rosenthal, Allan Rubin, Ed- ward Schaeffer, Joseph Schwartz, Bernard Sorokin, Richard Traurig, Robert Tucker, Walter Vogel, Irving Widem, Harry Weis- man. . I If tigers: Elo Batt, Harold Bauer, David Berdon, Alan Berman, Calvin Bronerwine, Martin Cohen, Morton Cohen, Raymond Cohen, Sol Cohen, Sherman Drutman, Marvin Eisenberg, David Epstein, Norman Feitelson, Milton Feldman, Bernard Fisher, Edward Fishman, Sherman Galin, Leonard Goldman, Clifford Grodi, Paul Groobert, Oscar Hyman, Harry jackaway, Howard Jacobs, Hyman Jacobs, Myron Katz, Robert Kopelman, Sanford Kravitz, Irvin Leven, Harold Levine, Benjamin Lieberman, David Lipton, Matthew Perry, Howard Raphael, Howard Rosenberg, Alvin Rottman, Robert Schlein, Harvey Schulman, Herbert Simon, Alvin Sohn, Edwin Stoltz, Alvin Susman, Leonard Wendrow, Melvin Winnick, George Zwicker. First National on the hill . . . unbroken rushing traditions . . . ruddy complexions . . . probably due to mo1'n- mg pack-trips to classes . . . long jackets . . . prolific raconteurs . . . Monday morning quarterbacks devoted to fol- lowing the teams . . . politicians . . . "open door policy" . . . pleasing unity . . . scholarships and quiet hours, but oh those week-ends . . . spirited attention to affairs of the world and Sprague Hall . . . bastions of the beanery . . . they like their combination living room and dance hall, and can meet all competition with proof . . . Tasteful design . a hand on each campus pulse beat . . . gay repartee and tea time at ten .... to rib or be ribbed . . . thickly pop- ulated senior class . . . buddies in every Greek house . . . give respect and receive it. plhi lblpsilonr Pi C3 if 7-il' TAI: Mu CHAPTER JS .... . .. -- '4 .r I ' ?7fi:iJ.Q:'i.-1SYv'?'i59Qf,g.,:' it jj, I ,. e " Y C5 104 r l MFlllbfl'II Francis Brennan, David Field, William Doyle, George Frick, Robert Hyde, Roxie Leone, Peter McSherry Craig Bossi john Brennan, Howard Buchanan, Howard Comstock, Edward Ellis, Stephan Ivanovich, Heinz Gronau, Werner Larson NI'Ierman Massey, Italo Miglietti, Donald Mory, Norman Pollack, Gordon Tasker, Stanley Wajnowski, Edward Washer Albeirt Zukaq Herbert Sabel, Fred Alexa, john Callachan, Robert Grady, Joseph Jacoby, Paul Kuehn, William McGarry Burton Ober Patil Pierce, Donald Purvis, Allan Pearson, William Sandbach, William Lawson, Clayton Parker, Paul Rebucci Armin Hemier er Donald Smith, Raymond Skoglund, Thomas Dyer, Robert Crane, Henry Egg, Robert Evasick, Edward Work, Peter Rogan, I'lcdgev.v: Edmund Bowen, Robert Boland, Charles Bohner, Russell Hanley, john Speirs, Michael Hourig , - H d - Fred Griswold, George Gamble, Edward Garlick, Howard Crane, William Ruffer, ThomasaIRu1h:mEI'ed uilgryiilarllzfs 'lqlibliggg Kuehn, Norman Pond, George Canuel, William Rogan, john Rogan, Joseph Meyer, Irwin Ruller, Howard Spears William Kil- roy, Frank Kosewski, Roy Angell, VVoody Moores, David Baldwin, Frank Pantelena, Robert joerres. i The "true sports" . . . "let's hire a band" . . . from fashion plates to dungarees . . . "I just changed to Busi- ness" . . . ask them about their cleaning schedule . . . a definitely lived-in house . . . cozy to the nth . . . like a beautiful head, not a dead head . . . famous for the Penthouse and the Red Room . . . freedom of living, not too many rules . . . Rock Garden Specials and "hot chocolate". . . boastful of their good-looking "Mom" . . . operate from their P. O. headquarters for anywhere elselj . . . "Cow-Cow Boogie" and "The Inner Sanctum" . . . a few "steady teddies" . . . a lot of sharpies . . . every one is different but they still have plenty in common. Phi Mu Delta MU ALPHA CHAPTER . l f uf-hi. -R., Qi: l1l',,ll ,, 7 . alll ea' LN' f--s N I ns li Officers: Q -wg - . ,il -CDF,-',,, 'Q , llrprizlent . . ROXIC Leone pug-WT, lfifl?-IJFFSIIIFIIY . . William Doyle , Cp,.-gW'Yf- . ,I ,'.. lr-'il-'.' Secretary . . Werner Larson - :liI'!'1lXIU'l'l' . . Gordon Tasker X, L R 'fa UUA '- 105 Sigma Delta 0HfliH7'.V1 'Q b Zlflastfr 1"r1zter . 6 D 7'l'l'1lS urer . f 9 ' l'ir-11-Master Frzzter '01 i. Y Manny Chasnoff '44 . . Rubin I. Jaffe '44 David Berman '44 Secretary . ugene Lefkowitz '45 1" 4 A new arrival on the campus which promises to become the Hedda Hopper of fraternities beehive of tipsy psych majors, frustrated poets, calculus fiends and future mouth mechanics . . . birthplace of curve I'1l9CI'S 'md curve admirers . . . amateur Casanovas and professional Machiavellis . . . boon to chief Cables spotting system neophyte jongleurs of Hall dorm . . . armchair athletes .. . loadstone for Campus beauties fourth period class cutters . . . consults on Morpheus . . . nemisis of Don White's "Build-You-Up" program . devotees of the sacred log . . . embonpoint, effervescent, frank . . . this is Phi Sig. Members: Sidney Bendell '45, Theodore Chase '45, Morgan Kline '44, Lester Luntz '45, Marshall Mandell '43 Gilbert Oelbaum '45 Julius Poritz '43, Irving Spivack '45, William Weisman '45, Plcdgfnnsi George Croog '46, Lloyd Curkin '45, Herbert Freedman '46, Norman Levin '46, Alfred Litwin '45 Ezra Saul '46 Philip Silver '46, Milton Weidman '45, Robert Weintraub '46, 106 Sigma Clhi GAMMA OMEGA CHAPTER Officers: President . . Vincent Blaine Vive-President . , . John Dowd Secretary . . John Kehoe Treasurer . . Virgil Voketitis via W Q-mi-1, NM I ,Wg i ,UW f . . in lg X ,fumes Ima. - Spirit is the keynote and brown and white are the colors they hail . . . all types, athletes, brains, and real honest to goodness smoothies . . . informal fireside chats are the thing on Sunday nites, and the coeds love 'em . . . their boast-their exclusive dining room and the swell pledgees that they acquire with a minimum of rushing . . . Willi hounds, but they don't overdo it . . . Well tailored tweeds and grey Hannels are what the well dressed man will wear . . . dances are tops and novel decorations serve as conversation pieces . . . friends in need . . . coffee drinkers and dancers par excellence . . . they never catalogue their records correctly, but they're all so good that it really doesn't matter . . . rabid baseball fans . . . firm believers in the old saw about all work and no play . . . Loyalty's their outstand- ing characteristic and the general vote is "They've got everything". Seniors: William Adams, Lewis Anastas, Gilbert Berry, Vincent Blaine, William Carter, William Conley, James Dawson, William Franz, Richmond Greene, John Niven, Norman Olsen, George Ostrom, joseph Ward, Mitchel Wnek, Charles Zuccardy. Juniors: Henry Bartley, Joseph Calestro, Ralph Castellon, Bruce Crowther, Leo DiMartino, james Donahue, John Dowd, David Galli- gan, Oliver Hart, john Kehoe, Edward Kluck, Robert Lowell, George Montano, Edward Seaward, Albert Sherwood, Phillip Thomas, Virgil Voketaitis. Sophomores: Vincent Bredice, Francis Delaney, Arthur Deyorio, Robert Duda, Bill Edgerton, Marshall Fogelmark, Edwin Hafner, Kirk Hat- sian, Robert Hellauer, Thomas Hinchlilf, Frank Judice, Everett Knudsen, Robert Rowley. Pledgces: Harold Adams, William Bennett, Nathan Boyko, Henry Bradley, George Carroll, Julius Casolino, Daniel Crotta, Gene Del- Mauro, Joseph DiMartino, Mark Denegre, John Gannon, William Geenty, Louis Gosch, George Harrington, Norman Holmberg, John Kessus, Kenneth Lewis, Wallace Luchuk, John Linsley, Edward Michnewski, John Mokrycki, Edward Mulligan, Thomas Pepe, Frank Spargo, William Riiska, Richard Walker. 107 M1 mbrrs: Joseph Condon, Orlando Annulli, Alan Cantrell, Allan Comrie, jonathan Hutchinson, David Johnston, Robert Kirk, Arthur Martini, John Moriarty, Paul Roberg, Oscar Skovgard, Roy West, Frank Abbadessa, Richard Blake, John Brady, Allyn Bridge, Spencer Campbell, Norman Clark, Lucian Cuprak, Raymond Dixon, Leonard Dupras, Hayden Griswold, VValter Hayter, Robert Jeffries, Richard King, John McGroary, James Muthig, Robert Oderman, Robert Petrie, Stuart Petrie, Albert Pleskus, Charles Relyea, Richard Ross, Charles Rush, John Schile, Robert Teich, George Tuttle, Thomas Pickett, John Robinson, Ellis Butter- lield, Keith Christianson, William Demaria, Bernard Goldbeck, Robert Rippe, Frank Rosenau, David Savage, Roland Anderson, Donald Brown, Robert Fitzgerald, Walter Lowell, Loren Furey, Frederick Hanning, John Hayward, Porter Homer, Alfred Lawson, Frederick Lorinser, William McGilpin, Curtis Mellon, Frederick Ross, Charles Shenarts, Frank Slavin, Robert Triggs, John Kurz, Theodore Robert. Plfdg1'1'.r: ' Lester Lanning, Preston King, Gordon King, Kenneth Johnson, Jack Godburn, NValter Gaipa, John Kennedy, XVilliarn McTott, Ralph Davis, William Codd, Paul Magner, Robert Fenn, Julius Markiewicz, Theodore Moransky, Thomas. Muthig, Robert Penn, Leonard Pitts, Roy Steenhoff, Frank Zimmerman, Joseph Arcano, Albert Durette, George Coffey, NVilliam Leahy, George McCleary. Footwork on the soccer field is surpassed only on the dance rloor . . . politicians extraordinary . . . dabble in difunatics . . . Whitney's tray-toters who make eating pleasant when the food isn't . . . boogie-Woogie rhythm and musical talent . . . "campus cross-section" . . . never let studies interfere with their college education . . . Sigma Phi and marks are not strangers . . . oiling their roller skates to get to Willi these days . . . hope to be wearing the vm ets of S. A. li. soon . . . bull sessions rage between the "business play-boys", "moaning engineers", and "suffering science men" . . . bridge is the latest addition . . . the sharpest wit on campus. Sllgliiflldl ippilllll Gfd,mmMUl.d Uffi1'1'r.v 1 'ATA' , A l'rz'.vi1lr'11t . . Alan Cantrell fl o 0 eb'-4 ,, J , , F v fin'-l1'r'.v11lr'1ll . . John Nioriartv s'Et2'1f ' Q C 7ll'l'll.Vlll'I'I' . . . Raymond Dixon '53 A A viva Corwsjmzlzling SI'l'I'l'fIll'j' . . Curtis iVIellon Gmmtg, 108 Mmnb1'r.r: BernardlBarnett, Edward Coher, lsidor Gendel, Louis Kuslan, Ralph Mann, Morris Arovas, Jack Bass, Harold Baumstein, Irving Block, Edward Cohen, Nathan Franklin, Howard Gross, Werner Grune Sydney Jaffe, Arthur Gandelman, Robert Fier- man, Philip Gladstein, Alexander Pinkes, Milton Robins, Gordon Pearl, Leonard Prushansky, Robert Rosenlield, Yale Rubin Elliot Sicklick, joseph Kagen, Ruel Katz, Herbert Leibert, Harold Liebman, Saul Liberman, Mardy Myers, Alan Postman, Harry Sheketoff, joseph Stern, Marcus Rubin, Arnold Voloshin,- Alvin Weinberg. Plfdgcrx: Nathan Ades, David Albert, Abraham Bober, Allen Baker, William Blinder, Leonard Brainsky, Bernard Doff, Aaron Feigen, Sherman Fine, joseph Glass, Irwin Hausman, Edward jeruss, Norman Katz, Paul Alpert, Edward Greenberg, Edwin Krieger, Joseph Matloff, Leonard Nemeth, Theodore Noliboff, Melvin Orlins, Adrian Rodainsky, George Rosenblit, Ronald Schlank, Eugene Solon, Jack Tarlow, Morris Trachten. roof for a sun-bath as soon as the sun peeks out . . . always having a good time. Tau Epsilon Phi UPSILON CHAPTER U ffi1'r'r.s' 2 CWIIIIIICFHOI' . - lJ0UlS KUSlim I',iL'l'-Cllll1Ifl'IIUl' . . Mardy Myers l3Ill'.WlI' . - - Ruel Katz Srribe . .... . Saul Liberman Corrrsfmnzliug SI'l'f'l'ffl".l' - - .l0SCDh Stem 109 OCSS 31' rr.. 3-QQ? QOBHH 5-412 27053: EEQQL 'A g3?'9U Q..-Eg 5.-51: .- -"'v- 'Q-Q... ...Q- -Flvixfb o-as ':: aera- "'... -F1 IS..-2 -U O'-'Om egeo. cnmng 3-.7+:' "t.Yl1m .. 255- :r on-rn 2733.2 .O .... dog:-2, Echo-'ii "1V'1h E221-fQ'5' f'bU,P3"'-10 wgnn-3 FY 'E'I"'E' 'SSFZP .UIQ ,- 'q'U'Q 2' -8 w"c?.D- Q r-rv--"H F5252 Orig'-1 5?,O"5"U TWO' '.-f'E.l1' .r:g...g. 'ov-1'5" E'fU:, ' F525-Q mgqmg m ""'D" 25565 2,,2.Eg agar, g'fff2's- ...- 4-2:-V, 14-DOL "rSn.,,-,za an me Q. '2'Ee5E -ff.. :ISHS ms.:-U:-Q.. "tr-E00 'gicgii -5-asf-2 '-sO3:-1 Oc'+'.5 5.5:-r,Q.. f'Yqi:" ,,m.o. C 9'211' FB-1T'. ll igy T355 ' l .GX llg """5l. Xxx . N ll ' A xi 1, w e L ' . -1- 2 all MW' ff' Gini? Mmnbrrsz George A. Ecker '43, Robert H. Foot '43, Charles M. Gray '43, G. Pierce Brundage '43, Louis T. Door '43, Daniel M. Krajcik '43, Harley B. Dennison '43, Joseph J. Gracewski '43, Robert A. Fuller '44, Schuyler G. Slater '44, Richard Thurston '44, Fred W. Helming '45, Richard K. Ayre '45, William A. Taylor '45, Gordon,R. Gibson '45, Robert L. Cleveland '45, Charles F. Snyder '45, Robert H. Bitzer '45, Anthony P. Boniauto '45, Ralph T. Carlson '45, Robert M. Siggilko '45, James J. Heirl '45. Plrdgem: Jack J. Daniels, Fredric VV. Davis, Francis J. Rice, Raymond I. Cowles, Norman D. Allen, Elwood D. Hollman, Edward F. Nann, Walter J. Adamy, Daniel E. VVilliams, William L. Nelson, George R. Ganung, Howard T. Biechele, Fredrich I. Chapman, James B. Peck. - Note the pipe . . . outpost of pool . . . compulsory P. E. every day up and down the main road . . . mix busi- ness and pleasure in the right amounts . . . been hanging on to the Scholastic Cup for years . . . that cherished door- matl . . . famous for exotic refreshments . . . Esquire-reading, punctuated by bull-sessions . . . their new radio-vic combination gets a twenty-four-hour work-out . . . their rare collection of John Henry's has gone the way of all salvage . . . proud of their new national affiliation . . . and please! it's not Pi Alpha Pil Vllwllaceifa Xi ALPHA PI CHAPTER ' ff Officers: President . . Franklin A. Fuller 9 . ' L . 3 ?- E 051.25 V W Vice-Presirlrnr . . James Mearkle '43 O QQ Secretary . . Lawrence C. Perry '44 C' 41 56 ' T1'EIlA'lll'l'I' .... Raymond G. Nielsen Correspozizlizlg Secreiary David R. Baldwin '45 110 ,tngf,UWn2V f 'hw A' fx T I V ITIES Y Nw .IA m2f',f'f'v:'. 4 v . , Q, y A Kwai' ,sr N, , , ,sd ff-5 ,NFL W. vn..,,..4 ,, Q A. , lilC'l"l'Y GRAY Ilflzulzzgirlg lfditor H IQLIEN ROGERS ,-1.c.rociaIr' lfdilm' MARJORIE SARRAIT V lLxdil0f-il!-Chiff Q 5 Q f f DAVHJSHEEHAN LOUISE DIEWEY Slwfff 'fff""" Cord Editor LEO DIZ MART INO I!u.cim'.r.v 1VIanager i X EDl'I'I'I CARSTON JANE WfXbF'UfURN ' ,H Exrculi-vr Sr'cr1'l1lry zlrl lnlllnr .I QQ 1 , K QQ fl A Z x 5 f I HENRY BARTLEY GEORGE MONTANO f1J.rI. Bu.r. Mgr. fini. Bus. lllgr. 114 J Top Rofw: Bruce Crowther, jane Novak, Lois Ver Veer, Celeen Flynn, john Kehoe. Bottom Ro-w: Joan Mattasik, Harriet Brewer, Betty Due, Barbara Wilkins, Norma johnson Marie Smith. T IE U llll llll ffil ffllllll CC ljllrfmxe-' 'l'o discuss events of national and international importance as well 'as sociological, artistic, and political topics of less import. U il'l'l'.V -' lJl'l'.ViIll'llf . Peter McSher1'y lfxl'1'llfi'l'l' Connnittee ..... Richard Aubrey, Norman Heilman, Eugene Kelley M1'll1ll1'rJ .' Charles Cass, john Mullaney, john Greenwood, Norman Heilrnan, Richard Aubrey, Charles Molloy, William Cook, Herbert Silverman, Albert Pinsky, Everett Seltzer, john Dowd, james Dawson, Michael Prisloe, VVillard Fish, Francis Dellafera, Allan Cantrell, Eugene Kelley. 116 4fEIllLIlJI"fCllS The Laurels are an honorary so- ciety tapped at the Coed Formal of their junior year. They are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and participation in student activities. They are hoping to become afliliated with the national society Ilflormr Honra! in the future. Ufffz'1'r.v .' l,l'l'.S'iIl!'Ilf . . lVlary Todd Serrrfury . lfstelle Shapiro M I'lll I1 1'r.r .' liealah Shanley, Alice Reid, Lois john- son, jane Galinat, I-lelen Savage, Marilyn Norton, Barbara jones, Ther- esa Cornell Nashner. L av 'Y l Mcefclliifaitior l,llI'f5USl' : V0 formulate the governmental policies of the fraternities. U i1'1'l'.v .' l,I'l'.S'ifll'IIf . . Francis Dellafera Sf'1"'r'fflry-Treat. . Nlicl1aell,risloe M I'IlIllI'l'.f .' VEYSCO Tiziani, Allan Rogers, Francis Blrennan, Emerson Bosworth, Saul Llllerman, Elliot Sieklick, Allan Cmnrie, Allyn Bridge, ,lohn Dowd, Gilbert lfellry, Harry Bowen, ,Robert Bruce, 5Fym0lll' Bender, Richard Philips, ffllrlrles Molloy, liverett Seltzer, Albert liinsky, Marshall Mandell, limanuel Chasnoff, john Mullaney. ljltfllllll. ltfillllctltllllllcti 0lUllUUCh Pllrposz'-' 'l'o foster a high plane of inter-sorority relation and to cooperate with the college administration in their ellorts to maintain high standards socially and seholasticallyg to serve as a forum for the discussion of ques- tions of interest to the sororities. Offirwrs-' l'1'e.vi1l1'r1l . llilys -lones Sl't'l'l'fllI'j' Shirley llflullins M rm ln'l'.t .' . Teresa Cornell, Shirley Sticklor, Dilys jones, Shirley Mullins, Mabel Tripp, Mary Bolan, Barbara Hall, Anne Freeman, Estelle Shapiro, Betty Landis. 117 ,flkxwl ca' CGff3llflI'llll'lI'll,fUl lEZlpJSllll0llll I,IlI'fJIM'?-' An honorary fraternity with members selected on the basis of high scholarship. ' Ujfierrx -' l're.ri1l1'11l . Robert Foote Sz'rretf1r'y-Tr1'11s11rer Lois Johnson MflllbI'f5.' Myron Baldwin, jr., Muriel Carlson, Marshall Cederbaum, Louise Chambers, Robert Foote, Margaret Grirlith, Alice Gunther, lrving Hart, Lois johnson, Barbara jones, Robert Kirk, Louis Kuslan, Adeline Morson, Louise Nielsen Ma1'ilyn Norton, Irma Phillipi, Leonard Prushansky, Murray Steinman, William Thresher, Charles Zuccardy. 118 lLamllMlla Gamma Dellrta lJIlI'fJ05l'-' A judging group which participates in local and national judging con- tests. Officers .- lJl'F.l'illl'IIf . . Robert Kirk Smfy-Trerzs. . . Alfred' Deland MI'7HbUI'I .' ' joseph NVard, Beulah Shanley, Robert Bruce, Alfred Rogers, Roy Luginbuhl, Raymond Nielson, joseph Gracewski, Robert Kirk, Alfred Deland. oinniemii S Sltiuurlleinuf rtoveirtimmnieiimt X 0 our in ron l,Ill'fJ0.Y!f .' To promote a spirit of mutual help- fulness, service, and self-govern- ment among the women students, and to strengthen their loyalty and a sense of responsibility to the University. fj,tfil'l'I'X-' l,l'l'.K'iI!l'lIf . . . Alice Reid I mf-l'l'v.s'iflr11i . Norma Anderson .l I'I'lI.S'lU'l'!' . . Patricia Confrey Y 5n'n'lary . Hope De lVIore M 1' III ll r'r.v : Kathryn Keser, Lois Johnson, June Schenker, Pauline Barbieri, Norma johnson, Elaine White, Henrietta Spring, Ann VVhcdon, Joan Christie. ,v"'H',,MMMW 2' gui-lf' . - . . an mfviiint .v u use l ui fi if R iffuif' D ,- qs I 4 " L'-'ffzsl-4"' t . , EE. f wi a ' 234 ...Q ri-in Qui .Far :mimi r s r nr p ,W -viwuut B Allpllm Vlllau lljlhni 1JlU'f70.V!'-' An honorary engineering fraternity, it undertakes activities of the lfngi- neering Cluh more effectively handled by a smaller group, as well as acting to promote engineering interests. Uffirerx : l,l'l'Si11l'1If . . Norman Olson S1'r1'1'I1l1'y-Trrrlxzfrw' Leonard Prushansky Mf7!lbffJ.' YVilliam Zanowiak, Arthur Bridgman, Russell Solorow. l ' 3 lf? 119 1I"1LIl1l4IIllS The Druids are the only secret group on campusg they are an honorary society of seniors chosen by members of the previous year for their sincere interest in the welfare of the University, and for participation in student activities. They are tapped at the Junior Prom and revealed at the Prom of their senior year. They hold an important responsibility in leading, directing, and coordinating student activities and opinions. Druirfx of ilu' Clnrv of 1943: Allan Cantrell Francis Dellafera Charles Cass John lVIullaney James Dawson Herbert Silverman 120 Slfmuidleintit Senate The Student Senate is the executive council of the Associ- ated Student Government. lVIembers are elected to it each year by the whole student body. Among its duties are the appropriation of funds from activities fees to the various student organizations, the sup- port of campus activities, and the regulation of student conduct. lts members pledge themselves to the support of student gov- ernment and to the University as a whole. Uffirers-' President Charles Cass Trmsurer John lVIullaney Sarrefary . I . Norma Anderson Srniorx: Charles Cass, Herbert Silverman, john Niven, Alan Can- trell, Norma Anderson, Kathryn Keser. Juniors: Leo De Martino, john McGroary, Charles Molloy, Michael Prisloe, Hope De More, Norma johnson. Soplzorlzorfsz Walter Dropo, Keith Christensen, Elaine VVhite. Fncully fldfvilvorz William Harrison Carter, jr. 121 THE CONNECT The Connecticut Campus is published by the students of the university to provide a journal of news and opinion of interest and significance to the students, the faculty, the administration, and the greater campus of the state. Membership is voluntary, and outstanding work by a member of the reportorial staff is rewarded each year by the presentation of the Walter Stemmons Medal. As an organ of opinion, the Campus has for the past four years campaigned for the alleviation of alleged malfeasances in the administration of the dining hallg it has also sounded out student and faculty attitudes on many of the problems that arise in the course of university life. Edith Wollenberg was appointed to take over the editor's chair should the editor be inducted into the army before his term expires. In this event, Inez Hansen will become editor in the Fall, upon lidith Wollenbergfs graduation. Editor'-ill-Clzief Bu.vi1m.v.v fvlllllllgfl' . H.v.s'i.tt111ll lfrlitor . jlllllllljillg Editor Sjmrfs Ezlilor . Society Editor Fezztzzrrf Editor . Staff Editor . . Circlllation flflllllllyfl' Szzbszrrifztinn Editor Azlverlisifzg Mllllllgfl' STAFF Harold Salomon Virginia Halapin Edith Wollenberg . Inez Hansen Everett Seltzer Ruth Rothstein Natalie Torchinsky Marvin Edleman . Marie Smith . Anne Spiers Margaret Freeman I ii S s + .wa J . SW A. -. INEZ HANSEN EDITH VVOLLENBERG VIRGINIA HALAPIN Managing Edifgr Editor-in-Chicf Buxirmss Managfr ICUT CAMPUS STAFF tml N-f 123 lEIl'lLgIIlIl1fBfB1I"9 S Purpose : I The engineering organizations are in three divisions, and are actively participating to promote engineering interests in their individual fields. STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Officers: Chairman . . . Louis Doerr Vice-Chairman . Joseph Stern Secretary-Treasurer Walter Prelle Members: Arthur Bridgman, Warren Dion, Dave Johnston, Leonard Prushansky, Dexter Wright, Robert Jeffries, Robert Hart, John Brennan, Walter I-Iayter, Arthur Konick, Donald Knowlton, John Ned Hines, Harry Metzger, Sumner Goldenthal. STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Officers: Chairman . Norman Olson Vice-Chairman . Howard Barnes Secretary- . James Donahue Treasurer . . John Brady Members: Earl De Carli, Vincent Blaine, Robert Berman, Jerold Bidwell, Horace Flink, Richmond Greene, Julius Poritz, Raymond Rosen, William Schwenterly, Daniel Shapiro, Russel Solorow, William Zanowiak, Isaac Shapiro, Willard Fish, Carmine Jordan, Charles Cass, Robert Fuller, Walter Erickson, Herbert Schultz, William Cooke, Ralph Briggs, Bruce Eaton, Donald Hoyt, VVilliam Mirsky, Robert Odermann, Carlton Perrin, Thomas Reilly, Edward Seaward, Stanley Wahnowski, John Yeamans, Irving Bernstein, Leo Kivelewitz, Italo Migglietti, John Robinson, I-Iarry Sheketoff, Philip Thomas. STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF Officers: CIVIL ENGINEERS Presirlenl . ..... Harold Adams Vice-President Joseph Condon Secrelary . James Donahue Treasurer . . John Brady Membz'r:.' - Mitchell Wnek, Harry Gampel, Philip Burton, John Tolfolon, Calvin Joyce, Robert Hoffman, Douglas Fay, Howard Hatch, Charles Pelletier, Attilio Gianirn, Howard Buchanan, Hayden Griswold, Ernest Eschert, Roger Whitney, Oliver Hart, Richard Ross, Werner Grune, James Mearkle. 124 lwlllllllflidiltlfillullt 'lfnagiiutfofoneinag oiuutlhlly P11rpo.ve: To inform the university of the activities of the students and faculty of the School of lfngineeringg to promote a closer student-faculty rela- tionship. Stuff: Leonard Prushansky, I:'rlil0r-in- Chirfj lsaae Shapiro, flmrorirltr' Ifdiforg Julius Poritz, Ifmlurr Ea'ilor,' Ray Rosen, Ari I:'rIilor,' Arthur Bridgeman, Sorirrirx lfdi- tor,' Russell Solorow, Kllumui Ifditorg William Schwenterly, A Sfwrial I:'funnl.r,' Norman Olsen, Bu.vinf'.f.r M111mg1'r,' VVilliam Zan- oiak, Cirrulaliun Manager: joseph Stern, Mnfmging l:'rlifor,' Harry Shcketotf, Nefwx lfflilorj A. Voloshin, li. Greenberg, M. Powers, Rrpurterx. ll lliuisllxy N -eiliwore l'111'pn.ve: 'lio provide a campus-wide hroadcast- ing: system of interest to the students as well as to provide a practical train- ing field for student volunteers. 0ffiz'1'r.r I 1're.vi1l4'nl ....... Vvarren Dion Chief flIIIIOIlIll'l'l' . . . Sydney ,laffc I,I'lljfI'IlIIl IJil'1'l'f0l' . . Vvaltei' Haytcr Chief lfIlfliIH't'l' . Franklin lVlatteson 7ll'l'!lSllI'l'I' ...... Arthur Martini .Al.r.vi.vlnul lfngineer . . . Oliver Hart .Alrlwrrixiny . . . . Richard Phelps Mrmbrr.v.' Announeers: .lack Bailiu, Morton B-IYZIIZ, Vergil Voketaitus, john llarmon, Robert Dowling, Rohert Fitzgerald, john Puglisi, Lester l.untz, Norman Alderman, Dick Spelhnan, Yale Ruhiu, Neil Kayron, Diek Daly, l'uul Alpert, Ruth Rothsetin, Mason Cohen, Kirk llntsian, Martin Rohie, Vir- ginia llalapin, Muriel Sheitelman, Robert Kaplemau, Sherman Ualin, Robert Silver- herg, Malcom Moesseson, lien Faekler, Adrian Rodainsly, lleda Roshel, Eugene Salon. 0fu'rafur.r: ,lack Beaver, Donald Knowlton, Benjamin Frank. Srripl Writrnr: Arlene 'lllCIll1S0ll, l.ois Godfried, Lois Freed. r 616172012 6.0! . . C if fa 6Zf1z4zecfQcwf QS3c2fz471 ce Zen This year finds the United States at War, fighting a valorous battle against the deceit and dishonesty of unscrupulous men, and on the far-flung battlefields of the World the boys who once graced our regiment are giving their strength and lives to defend the ideals for which a state university stands. Therefore, it is in grateful acknowledgment to them, and to those of us who will join them before the battle is over, that we dedicate this page. f , Z' tit Mliliitary fwpiptoiiilnllziurnemuls 194124115 Cade! Colonel David LeRoy Field Carle! lllllljllll' james Vincent Cuddy Francis Gregory Brennan Richard Alan Aubrey Granville Pierce lirundage 'llhaddeus Henry Burak Allan XVilliam Comrie VVarren lfmile Dion l,ouis 'llheodore Doerr, -lt. Robert Nlatthews Anderson Henry Gray Hartley .lack Bass Ralph Dudley lhiggs, -lr. Howard lVIelvin liuchanan Spencer Godwin Campbell Norman Arthur Clarke Howard Irving Comstock - -lohn Hugh Dowd, Jr. NVilliam Dale Dripchak Milton Dropo Cade! Cnfrmin, R4'4UiIIll'IlfIll flrljufzlnf Francis Phillip Dellafera Cadet Crzpfnins Charles Harry Cass -lohn 'llhomas blullaney Charles Richard French Donald Leverett D'l3rien Carle! lfirsl Lieulenrnzls VVilliard Hamilton l"ish Robert Hutchinson Foote jonathan Hutchinson Carle! Serum! Bruce Charles l'faton VValter Bertil lfrickson lfrnest lfschert, -lr. Nathan N latthew Franklin 7 Y ictor Frank Galgowski Attilio tlohn Gianini Richard blalcolm Grant lirederick Grasmeyer, fr. .lohn Alland Greenwood Hayden l.. Griswold Donald Gilbert Hoyt, .lr Robert Frank Kahan Daniel lVIilan Krajeik David Leibgrab -I.,i1'Ilf1'l1IlIlfJ joseph lntravia, jr. Sydney Al alle joseph Kagan Harold lVlerton Lamb George Gilbert Nlerrell ltalo Peter Niiglietti Benjamin joseph Nliskavech Charles liolan Molloy, .Ii james Vincent hlorgia james Vincent hluthig Hardy hlyers Norman Magnus Olson Vasco 'Piziani Charles Arthur Zuccardy Arthur Peter iklartini .lohn Carleton Moriarty Russell Stanley Solorow Stewart .ludson Petrie Allen Hardy Pike, .I r. Prank Anthony Pinto Albert Charles Pleskus hlichael Paul Prisloe David -lohn Sheehan. -lr. Albert Carrington Sherwo Gordon XVilson 'llasker Stanley blichael XVajnou li lfdward ,lohn NVasher tlohn Harvey Neamans 'ki' 'kirir 127 Vllulliie Sociifetty llioir' tflbue Adlvannicemfemif tolli .lvllatnnagemrnieiniilp l,llI'f70Xl'I To promote scientific study and dis- cussion of the principles governing or- ganized efforts in industrial and eco- nomic life, including labor and man- agement, by the students. f1ffil'l'l'.S': l,l'l'.VillI'llf . . Arthur lVIartini Svr'y.- Trwzs. . . jack lVloriarty E.v1'4'11li1'1' Crmlllliilff: Arthur lllartini, jack lVIoriarty, Gene Kelley, William Dripcliak M l'll1,ll'l'.f .' Gene Kelly, Frank lodice, Peter Antonitis, Gordon King, George Paul, Charles Fice, Warren 'l'hrall, Ray Bacon, Donald Par- eells, Gardner Hubbard, XVilliam Drip- chak, Raymond Nurezyk, Werner Larson, Marion Holmes, Paul Roberg, Harry Gam- pel, Herb Silverman, Hugh Hogan, Stan- ley Lavietes, john Greenwood, Robert Anderson, Saul Liberman, Stephan lvano- vich, Elizabeth Houston, Arthur Blumberg, R. Donald Brown, john Tierney, XVilliam " " W 'I'a lor, ohn Mullanc', ohn Dowd. lliinitlxeirinirautiifoimall lRfG:llilLlbll0lU1S Qllimlb y J l J I,lll'fNI.Vl'I To stimulate interest in international affairs. Uffir1'r.s'1 l'r4'.vi1l1'nl . Nahum Zimmer Mr'mbi'r:.' Mae Dunn, Harriet Levine, Ruth Rittow, jessie Fabricant, Virginia liisenstein, Kathleen Shea, Anne Freeman, David Galligan, Mildred Kaplan, Custode Migliori, Beatrice Poriss, Lois johnson, Ruth Barry, Lorraine llammerstrom, Betty NVillsey, Norma Anderson, Sadie Costa, joan Shively, Barbara Zimmerman, Seena Siegel, Walter Voight, Nahum Zimmer, Mary Rogers, jane Gallinat, jean R. Clarke, Louise Bradford, Leslie Terrani, Irving Widem, Louise Chambers, Shirley Mullins, Inez Hansen, joseph Nemetz, Anni WVeissman. 128 , lich, Robert Rosenfield, Vivian Rowzee, 'gun 1 L imeiriifcaum C llmmlml Soroiielfy , l'1n'jmo.rrf: To give students the beginnings of professional associations through afliliation with the national or- ganization and promote chemical knowledge. f1ffilT!7l'A'1 l,l'l?.i'ill1?llf . Julius Glater 1vl'1'llXIU'l'l' Andrew Kozar, Jr. Sf'rrrfm'y . Adeline lilorson 1"icz'-l'rfsi1lenl . . Lewis Kuslan M 1' m l11'r.r .' Evelyn Smith, Andrew Kazar, Adeline Morson, Julius Glater, Louis Kuslan, Robert Rosenfield, llarold Lavovitch, Stanley Machenburg, Alvin Bober, Harold Batt, Grace Swceton, Dorothea Slater, Louise Mielsen, james Muthig, James Morgia, Sumner Goldenrhall, Marshall Mandell, Thomas Impellitteri, Elizabeth Glass, Clement Barlow, Clifford German, Morris Goldberg, Marianne Willner, Jack Bailin, Milton Dropo, Harold Liebman, jack Bass, Schuyler Slater, Jerome XVeiss, Edward XVasher, Norman Benedict, Natalie Shuran, Richard Traurig. Matlhiematies l'111-fmrr' : 'l'o further the interest of mathematics on campus. Offifzfm' 1 Prrfxizlezzt . . . Leonard Prushansky lfitfl'-I,7'l'SiIll'1If . . Louis Kuzlan Sl'1"'l7.-T7'l?ll.Y. . . Ray Rosen M 1'1I1bI'!'J' .' Marv Beebc, Jerald Bidwell, Nathan Franklin, Abraham Franklin, Sumner Goldenthal, Walter Harman, Ann Miku- Marjorie Tuller,' Jack Bass, Julian Mandell. 129 I f H an , M, ,. 1 -O X. QWMVM ,und . i ,, x I I ' U - S Qllw ll ofciio ony S rut D l'1u'fm.w: 'l'he purpose is to foster a wider interest in the field of sociology and in its related fields, to serve as a forum for discussion of problems of importance and interest to the members. Uffi1'f'r.rZ lJI'l'.ViIlI'Ilf . Bernice lVIoskowitz I'lift'-l,l't'KIllI'IIf . Lillian Sargis S1'1'r1'1nry . Mitchell Vaida 7'I'l'lI.VIll'l'l' . . Aga Lear M 1' in ll I'I',f .' Laura Andisio, Miriam Apter, Nancy Bennett, Phyllis Calhoun, Barbara Carr, Blaine Chansky, Natalie Clemenson, Rita Cumisky, lidith Carsten, Natalie Davidson, Muriel Farber, Clara Genetos, Marie Jacobs, Beatrice jacquis, Shirley Kratter, Iistelle Krivonos, Ilarriet Levine, jewel Lieberman, Alice Maxwell, Irene Maxwell, Mary Meegan, Marie Myronick, Elizabeth Nixon, Helen Paehuki, Blaine Peruzzi, Charlotte Plotkin, Alan Postman, Ruth Rettenmeyer, Ruth Ritton, Barbara Rosenberg, Rhoda Rosenberg, Ruth Rudof, Kathleen Shea, Irene Shlien, Robina Simon, Ilelen Strickland, Audrey Van Buren, Gertrude XVerner, Shirley YVeinberg, Lillian Z'mmerman. I,Ill'fVIA'l'I To promote philosophical discussions on topics or problems existent in our present culture. The club is a mem- ber of the only intercollegiate philo- sophical union in the country. The other members of this are IVesleyan University and Connecticut College for VVomen. l If f irerx I l,l't'.l'iI1l'IIf . Louis Ciiufridda SI'l'I'l'fllI'j' . . Norma Anderson f'l1l'llllH'l'A'.' i Teresa Cornell, Robert Ilyde, Frank Brennan, XVilliam Doyle, Ruth Barry, Lois johnson, Lorraine Ilammerstrom, Roberta Burns, Barbara Hall, Betty Wil- sey, Inez Ilansen, Arthur Blumberg, Nancy Kimball, Donald Purves, XVilliam Belcher, Anni Weissman, Laura Deyo, Randall Priscilla Bourne, Marjorie Sarratt. 130 Bishop, Doris Stevenson, Janice Tappin. llllliillostip my Cllulli , lDCG3lUlCCJI"t?ILliilt lJIlI'flO.Yt'2 To promote an interest in creative writing by contests and the publica- tion of an annual magazine. fjffiI'l'I'.VI l're.virlz'nf . . Stata Norton Editor . . Julius Poritz S1'l'I'l'f!lI'j' . . . . VVan da Ginter lJ'u.vine.v.v jllllllllfjfl' . .lane Galinat IU 1' In ll I'l'.f .' Natalie Clemensou, Malcolm Coe, NVarren Dion, jane Galinat, Wanda Ginter, Amy Golding, Leanord Kaufman, NVarncr Ma- son, Stata Norton, Charlotte Plotkin, Julius Poritz, Dean Prentis, Ruth Roth- stein, Dorothy Sexton, Katherine Solis, l.ola Stempa, Anni NVeissman, Adrienne YVolfert. iilgiuutta lU1psiillo1ut ltoilaa Pll1'jJ0.t'r'Z Members are named for conspicious service on the editorial stall of a campus publication or for noteworthy professional journalism to knit those who are reporting or recording the doings of the University into a social and fraternal group. fjffil'f"I'.Y : l,l'l'.X'iIll'1If .... . -lames l". Dawson l'irr'-l're.vid1'nl and ylI'1'llA'IlI'l'I' . Albert Pinsky Recording Sefr'ef111'y . . Norma Anderson C!H'l'l'J'fNlllIlillfj Serrefflry . john Dowd M 1' IU ln'r.f .' mon, Edith Wollenherg, Marjorie Sarratt, lnez Hansen. of s , i l 'N . 131 Norma Anderson, Frank Atwood, William Brown, james Dawson, john Dowd, Albert Pinsky, Harold Salo- 19W TKIULLEMYII Ccllllllllli li1ll'flU.Vl'I 'l'o deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members. through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activitiesg to weld the Catholic student into a common uniong and to assist the col- lege and its students whenever possible. fjf-ffl'lfl'.S'Z l,l'l'.ViIll'llf . . . . . . James Mutliig l'ive-l'1'1'.vi1le11i.v . Henry Grinvalsky and Carolyn Wheeler Sl'l.'l'l'fllI',V . . . . Henrietta Spring 7l!'l'IlA'lll'l'l' . . . . . VVilliam Demiceo 1-I-1 members are drawn from the catholic student of the university. 132 irniveirsiilfy Q hriisifgilaiimt ssoeiifautiifomi l'1n-pose: To meet needs for intelligent religious inquiry and discussion, good fellow- ship, and Sunday evening social gath- erings on the campus. O f f iL'l'l'.V Z l,l'I'.ViIll'Ilf . . . Helen Savage ,HCR-l,l'l'5iIll'llf . Patricia Confrey Slfcrefllry . . Helen Whipple 7'l'l'll.V1lI'l'l' Andrew Kazar M 1' In bfrx .' David Goodenough, Phyllis Calhoun, James Barlow, Barbara Draper, Lynne Norton, Tharon McCabe, Larry Perry, Betty Glass, Lois Holcomb, Ann Whedon, Dick Hanford. QC l1'.0ll IF' l,lH'fl0.Vl': A group of selected singers, repre- senting the best voices in the Univer- sity, who present music at college and statewide functions. Officers 1 lf11.l'illl'.V.Y Jllgr. . . llflarshall Levin M f'n1b1'r.f.' Edward Miller, Marshall Levin, Donald Hoyt, liernard'Sorokin, Merton Peck, Ed- ward Holman, Priscilla Bourne, Barbara jean,Smith, Barbara Granger, Jeanette Stone, Dorothy Carroll, Lorraine Hammer- strom, joan Christie, Marilyn Olsen. QMPO lCEIl'S l'11z-jmxe : The choir sings for all church services on campus and furnishes a means of stimulation and self-expression for the members. Uffirrrx: l'r1'.vi1lf'u1 . Richard King Sl'l'I'l'fIII'-V . . Jeannette Stone lgl1.l'iIll'S.S' jllllllllyfi' Donald Hoyt 61 er, ry f ...Q .ot ',l11. ', , V, n..14fl1'L-4.Y-f 133 or Co,,, S 440 A F5 Q Y tillililflll l,lll'fl0Xl'1 'l'o provide music for the University sports activities and recreational fa- cilities for student musicians. M1'mbr'rJ.' Edwin Arthur, Allen Baker, james Barlow, Eli Batt, Ruth Beers, William Benjamin, William Brill, Richard Burton, Harry Card, Ralph Carlson, WVilliam Clark, john Coggeshall, William Cornish, Edwin Crosby, Marvin Curland, Sherman Drutman, Milton Feldman, Frank Benis, Robert Fuller, Clifford German, Robert Godfrey, Paul Groobert, Richard Grossman, Heinzgronau, Richard Hanford, Leroy Harris, Brooke Heise, Stanton Hirsch, Roy Hubel, John Johnson, Gordon King, Preston King, Richard King, David Kinsler, Daniel Kowats, Everett Knudsen, Richard Kopelman, Robert Larson, Ernest Lefkowitz, Eugene Lefkowitz, Norman Leven, Benjamin Lieberman, David Lipton, Lester Luntz, Ralph Mann, William McGilpin, Raymond McLeod, Edward Michniewski, Thomas Pepe, Arthur Perkins, john Pfingsten, Malcolm Platt, Robert Plimpton,, Merrill Powers, Eugene Seems, john Schmucke, jack Tarlow, Gordon Terrell, George Van Gils, William YVeisman, Daniel NVilliams, William Wood, Jerome Wrubel, Nicholas Yonclas. 134 G lfefe czllllllllb l,I11'fJh.t'l' : To provide an opportunity for stu- dents to enjoy good music well di- rected. , O f f il'l'l'.l' I l'rf'.vi1lf'nl . . . . Clare Harper l'ir1'-l'1'1'si1lw1f . Norma Johnson Smf1'1fr1lry . . . Shirley Hunt :I'l'l'll.VlII'l'l' . . Fraud Rosanau Libfllfillll . . Alice bqaxwell Librrlrizm . . Phyllis Calhoun M 1' Ill ll fr.: .' Bendler, Bentz, Bliss, Bradley, Bolash, Calhoun, Chevallier, Coolidge, Dalley, Davenport, Decker, Deleo, Dodd, Doherty, Freedman, Freibott, Gergner, Gross, Gunther, Haydn, Hull, Hunt, Jensh, john- son, Kehoe, Kenney, Ladkman, Larivere, Leask, Legier, Main, Lewis, Lieberman, Malcolm, Masi, Marr, Maxwell, Merchant, O'Brian, Olsen, Payne, Plumb, Porterlield, Pratt, Reagan, Richards, Smethhurst, j. Smith, C. Smith, Stempa, Stevens, Taylor, 'l'orrell, 'l'urnen, M. True, Vogt, Voorhees, NValden, XVarner, XVebster, XVelte, Wing, VVright. Mrn: Augliera, Baker, Baldwin, Bahner, Barlow, Bitzer, Cargos, Cosinza, Crosby, Davis, J. De Martino, Downs, Duhamel, Duncan, Garvey, Hanford, Hanley, Harper, Harrington, H. Hastings, Hubel, Hyman, Kennedy, Kroger, Kurz, l.eahy, Lefkowitz, Linsley, Manzo, Miller, Platt, Rizzo, Rosanau, Rosenberg, Russ, Schultz, Seiple, Shepard, Silverberg, Swen- ston, Kavelaar, Viscount, Zottolo. ornuteiittllit Artis l,ll!'f7O.l'l'I To stimulate cultural interest on campus. Uffiz'z'r.s' I l're.s'i1l1'1lf . , . l.ouise Bradford I'i1'1'-l'1'e.rirlz'1ll . . Lois Holcolm Sf,-,-pm,-y , , . ,lean Zettergren M 1- Ill b rrr .' Celeen Flynn, jane Tryon, jane Wash- lwurn, Jean Zetterpgren, Elisabeth Hyde, Betty Francis, Louise Bradford, Edith Uarsten, jean Clarke, Betty Gray, Lois Holcolm, Evelyn Mohzan, Betty Porter, Dorothy Stone, Jeanette Stone. mnivteirsrillzy lllllltaytors l,llI'f70.YI' Z To foster dramatic interest on campus and to make possible a study of tlramatics for students through actual participation in the various fields of dramatic work. Uffiferx: John Puglisi Allan Granoll Ray Dixon Louise Dewey l,!'l'3'i!ll'llf . l',il'l'-PI'l'A'iIll'IIf . Treas urer . . S l'l'l'l'f!lI'-1' . M 1' nl 11 fr.: .' Louise Dewey, Ray Dixon, lsadore Gendel, Betty Gray, Ruth jensh, Harriet llalison, Aga Lear, Margaret MacDonald, Italo Miglietti, john Puglisi, Allan Rogers, Lola Stimpa, Ralph Schachat, Edith Wollenberg, joyce 'l'alal, C. Davis janet Blair, Pauline Titus, Allan Granoff, G. Lazar, Stanley Machcnlwerpj, Kenneth Ellis, john Callachan, Malcolm Mosseson. A 4 . 135 4.-ll ll Cllull To create good fellowship and desire for leadership among the students of this institution who are interested in rural youth. . lJlll'f7U.Yl'2 Uffi1'1'r.r 2 Rohert Foote Beulah Shanley Helen Savage lJI'l'.t'iIl!'1If . lfifl'-PI'l'.Villl'lll . S errr' fury . . Tr1'a.r11rr'r . . . Yictore Galgowski illenzlnfrxliifr Clzairnlmi . . . liarhara jones Mr'1nbrr,f.' P. lirundage, li. Foote, B. jones, li. James, H. Savage, B. Shanley, D. 'I'ufts, ll. Preusse, j. llinman, l. Ahel, G. Anderson, T. Beisiegal, P. Confrey, V. Gal- gowski, ll. Gill, G. l.athrop, G. Merrill, R. Moss, R. Palmer, S. Swanson, G. 'l'aylor, M. Wieman, G. Marion, E. Rix, IE. Hyde, M. Puska, P. Thayer, N. Sills, li. Anderson, N. james, li. Schwanda, IE. Dudley, 'l'. Roherg, M. XVoodward, j. Buell, j. Coggshall, A. Gray, G. Claps, C. Harris, M. Chevalier, R. Hayden, ll. Gorlty, R. Grant, H. Lowe, M. Tuller. l36 llnfbllllllffi' xl fCCOJl1'llfGJ lUt'l1llCS Purjmse: O 'lio provide an opportunity for home economics students to make profes- sional contactsg to sponsor lectures by specialistsg to direct an annual lVIother-Daughter day. 'liheir mem- bership is made up of students inter- ested in a practical application of their courses. ffirerst l,l'l'Xi1ll'Ilf . . . Betty Porter l'ice-Prffsirlenr . . Gloria Nlarion Sm"y.-Tr1'ar11r1'r . . Jeanette Stone IQFOQIYIIII Clim. . Ruth Service jill' nl b 1'rsl1 if! llll fl l'ublififyCl11n. . . Shirley VVeik Pres. of llIff'I'l'0lIl'fjillf1' IIOIII 1' EtTOlI0llIil'.Y Clubs .... lVIarilyn Norton -Vs llilbitoltogy lClllLl1llJJ lIlll'fP0.Vl'I 'l'o investigate matters of scientific in- terest, and to provide entertainment , in line with the furtherment of bio- logical study. Off ll'l?l'3' I l,I't'.Yi1ll'IIf . . . lfdward Coher I'iff'-l'f'f'.t'izl1'11I . . Leonard Albert .ll l'lllfH'I'.1'.' Margaret Del Vecchio, Adeline Morson, -Rose Freibatt, jane MeKone, lrloward Rosenberg, Gloria Jacobson, Elliot Sieklick, Philip Gladstone, Bretta Kopa, Barbara Perkins, Alice Voorhees, Barbara Filer, Richard Cote, Patrick Bray, Nathan Krant, Eileen McQuard, Ruth Billard, l7olores'Cohen, Natalie Davidson, Har- riet Kalison, Howard Gross, Richard Thurston, Philip Mann. lloieliiftvitii tlgiunr'e rut lb l,IH'f70.Vt'I To promote a general interest in horticulture through a program of social and educational activities dealing with horticulture and closely related sub- jects. M 1' In lzrrs .' Anthony Piekarz, john Brozdowski, Chaester XVillard, Charlotte Fitzroy, lidith NVollenberg, VVallaee xxlldlgtllll, Charles Maeri, llerrnan Gorky, Daniel Krajcik. Raymond McLeod. - 137 irforfesitry lJ1ll'fJUA'!' 2 'l'o present a program of activities, including speakers, movies, and outdoor projects of interests to the members. ' Uffi4'f'1'a'Z l,I'l'J'iIll'Ilf . . Donald Tufts l"irr'-l'rvxirlf'r1I . George Ostrum :1lI't'Il.VllI'l'I' . Leon Herght S1'z'1'f't111'y Wesley' Jones M1'mln'rs .' WVesIey jones, Raymond Sherman, james Patrick, Charles Snyder, Albert Sherwood, Leon Herght, George Ostrum, james Mearckle, Robert Moss, Fred Grasmeyer, Richard Thurston, Edward lillis, Ellicott Melfounell, Tlieodorc Mann, John Kavanek, George Canuel, Donald Tufts. 138 IJ O M Q! lE5llQCD4CllS ttllllllflll lBII"ilfIllllfPI Qcllllllllb lll'fNl.l'1' 1 To promote an interest in animal husbandryg to develop a general ap- preciation of live stock, to sponsor a Horse Show held in conjunction with junior Weekend, a general livestock show, and the publication of an an- nual Ulork and Bridle Reviivzv. f f izfzfrx : ' l,l'l'.N'il1l'1If . . . Joseph VVard Iliff"lJI'l'.l'iIll'Ilf . . Beulah Shanley Sl't'I'l'flll'j' . . Louise Bradford Trmwzrw' . . Roy Luginbuhl jl'l!lI'.S'llIll . . Robert Bruce fill lr fr.: .' Bessie Amsden, Louise Bradford, Ray- mond Davis, Robert Foote, joe Gracewski, Robert Kirk, Beulah Shanley, joseph NVard, Robert Bruce, George lfleker, Vie- tor Galgowski, Roy Luginbuhl, 'Ernest Anderson, Edmund Bowen, Stephen Canty, Robert Grant, Albert Gray, Henry Lowe, Allan Rogers, Robert Sypher, William Stevens, Ina Place, Richard Ayer, Dor- raine Bradley, Ted Roberg, Geor,Q,'e Merrill, Gordon Taylor. Sitiuidlfeiiilf feipirfesceniiihaifiiyres I 71 "W'fzo's PVfz0 In Auzericfzn Colleges" This "Who's Who" is a catalogue of students throughout the country who have contributed most to their respec- tive institutions. Connecticut students listed this year are: Norma Anderson, Richard Aubrey, Alan Cantrell, Charles Cass, Theresa Cornell, J. Vincent Cuddy, James Dawson, Alfred Deland, Francis Del- lafera, ,lane Galinat, Barbara Jones, Kathryn Keser, Roy Luginbuhl, Ar- thur lVIartini, John lVIullancy, Mari- lyn Norton, Alice Reid, Beulah Shan- ley, Herbert Silverman, Mary Todd. 4 il 1 tEl1lllI'lUCll":flL Qixllllllllj PIll'fJUSl'l To foster interest in photography among the students of the University of Connecticut. Uffir'er.r I l're.vi1lenl . John Swenston l"ia'e-P1'1'.ri1l1'11I Willizliii lylirslcy Sl'l'l'!'fIll'j' . Gloria Jacobson 7'I'l'!lXIlI'l'I' Robert Petrie M fm lf f'r.r 2 VVilliam Gibbons, Howard Jacobs, Edward Hotchkiss, joseph Fahey, XVilliam Kingsley, Charles Francloina, Aaron Feigen, Robert Owen, Charles Sehinarts, Stanley Mackenberg, Frederick Prevot, David Keeler, XVilliam Staphens, David Epstein. i sivs f 11 t l 139 lcollllcogiiiaunl s l,IIl'f7U.Vl'I ' 'lio furnish tlance music for social events on Campus, as well as fulfilling outside engagements. Uffirf'l'.v I Lmrlw-.v Dick Ross, Charles Rice 114llII1lyl'I' . . Alan Rogers JW l'll1llI'f'.l' .' lit ie civil mes l,Il!'fllIXl'2 'l'o leacl cheers tlllflllg University sports events. Uffir'1'l'.v Z Cllfliflllllll . Klargaret Nlacl7onaltl Senior fl1l7'i.vm' . lftlith lVollenlit-rg jllllifll'1'll17'l.Wll' . . . Betty line .ll 1' Ill bI'l'.f .' NVilliam Meyers, Patricia Ellsworth, Rosanne Myers, livelyn Pulver, Sher- nlzin Ualin, liclwarcl Raymond. 7ll'l1llIf7I'fJ'.' Robert Godfrey, S. Drnnkman. Truu1l1rnn',v.' Arthur Perkins, XVil- liarn lirill. I'innn.' Dick Ross. Guitar: Vincent Brecliee. l1'u.f.f.' Xvlllllllll Cornish. Drum.v,- W. Seems. Saxof1hon1'.r,- Charles Rice, B. Lilverinan, l'l. Gronan, Gurdon Terrell. 4 .,..v..ww.'.xi' W .1.v.,t, 1 r ,,. 140 4 . o i . im?'1',Q3t A Q ,199 A.l'ftflillt0Ruy' lcgilllllilb Plll'f10.t't' I 'l'o promote interest in archery through a series of tournaments. U f fir'z'1'.v Z lJl'l'.Vfl!l'IIf . . . Bernice Bamforth lirz'-l'r'e.vi1lr11f . . Audrey Dayton St'r1'efa1'y . . kVilliam Hartke 7'l't'Il.l'lll't'I' . . l,auraAndisio rl I I'7ll ln'r.v .' A fnes Anthony Inez Abel Laura Andisio, L , t t Bernice Bamforth, Betty Blake, Caroline Cowles, jules Casolino, Raymond Cowles, Iona Carter, Natalie Clemenson, Doro- thy Dix, Audrey Dayton, Betty Frances, Bill Hartke, Francis johnson, Mary . t lioletf, Dorothy Preusse, james Peek, lilaiue Raymond, Dorothy Stone, jeanette Stone, Fred Sharon, Frank Sproviera, Frances Sheehan, Betty XVoodard, Betty XVarren, joyee NVilder, Polly 'l'hayer, Marilyn 'l'ri1tp. i U 0 tv -I f sk -w int Weittsittly .lint tlttentlltan utlilltm Qf-tmtttt int to ll l'l1l'fm.t'1': 'l'o promote interfaith cooperation on our campus through a fellowship of faiths, pledged to find a common basis for action through understanding rho fundamental, personal, and social implications of each faith. The Council is composed of fifteen student representatiyes, five from each of the reli- gious organizations on the campus. Uffirerx : l,l'l'.ViIIl'llf . l.aura Andisio l"irt'-l'rv.vi1lenr . . 'lierry Cornell St't'l'I'flll'j' . Henrietta Spring.: yil'l'lI.l'lII'I'!' Robert Foote M 1' m bers .' Estelle Shapiro, Terry Cornell, Lila Hetehkopf, Louise Rebach, l.eo Kivilewitl, Robert Fiertnan. Nrfwman Club Rflu'r'.vr'11I11tifvr.f.' james Muthig, l.aura Andiso, Ilenry Urinvalsky, Henrietta Spring, Carolyn VVheeler, Arthur Martini. lf'11i-zfrrxily f.vlll'iA'fillll .-lxrnrinlirnz Rl'f7I'l'J1'llf!Iff'l'l'J.' llelen Savage, Robert Foote, XValter Erickson, james Barlow, Betty Glass, 'l'haron Mefabe. 141 llimmtllxivan Qllulli l,lll'fIU.S'l'I To foster interest in poultry husbanclryg to send out il news bulletin for the Naiiunnl Collegirlfe News Leiter. Uffi1'1'r.s': l,!'l'.ViIll'l1f . Joe Gracewski Ififl'-l,l'1'.Villl'llf Roy Davis Sz'1'r1'fr1ry-Tr1'r1.v11r1'r George lfcker Mrm lwrs .' R. Neilsen, H. Krelmser, j. Gracewski, G. Iickcr, li. Smith, V. Gakgowsky, G. Goodwin, I.. Malnstrom, D. Long, 0. Tradk, F. llarris, K. Ellis, R. Footc. 1 I 142 llqlomuiiiitctllfeirtfiroiiim, l,l1l'f70.V1'I . To facilitate the enhancement of jewish life on campus and to foster the propagation of interfaith relations. f1.f,fi,-My : l,I'l'Xflll'llf . . Estelle Shapiro 'xl I',il'!'-l,I'l'A'. . . 'llerry Cornell 2111! Vin'-l'n'.v. . Herlvert Silverman RN.-Sn"y .... Louise Rehack Crn'1'f'x.-Sefy. . Nlarshall llflanclell 7ll'l'Il.YllI'l'l' . . . lrving Block M fm l1r'r.r .' ' ' ll. Silverman, -I. Schwartz, l.. Kivelewitx, I.. I-lechtkopf, E. VVhite, li. Shapiro, Louise Rehack, S. Stickler, Terry Cornell, l. Block, ll. Sheketoff, ll. Fierman, M. Man- dell, L. Luntz, S. Machenhcrg, Gloria Jacobson, R. Suisman, A. Cantor. Uimtirag Cclliuilb lJIll'PfIJ'1'2 To foster all outdoor activities other than intercollegiate athletics. Ufficrfrsi Prexizleni .... -lames lVIerkel Vive'-l'1'1's. . Virginia lldeisenheimer SI'L'l'l?f!l7'-17 . . Robert Axelrod T!'l'l1.YI1I'l'7' . . . . Kay Clark M 1' nz lzrrx .' Voos, Doherty, Sheehan, Teller, Pikosky, Dzwonczyke, B. Wood, R. XVood, Billard, Merchant, Molloy, YVoodworth, Francis, Hayden, Nelsen, Barbuto, Pavitz, Kinstler, Tims, Gannung, WValdcn, Perry, Flynn, Buch, Fuller, Fay, Norton, Mellock, Mer- kle, Axelrod, Barlow, Fenn, Rowzee, Healy, Grant, Stater, Stempa, Micnlich, Clark, Ryan, Franklin, Swanson, WValwhan, Downs, Welte, Schafliner, Beeler, Hurly, Jacobson, Anthony, Porterfield, Kaper, Pleskus, Rosenau, Perkins, Keilay, Moss, Berle, Brundage, Marci, Casanova, Mach- enberg, Phelps, Raymond, German, VVood- ward, Deleo, Clillord, Shivley, La Rivere, Stanton, james, Webster, Calhoun, Morse. orancemiis icoiunnfeiill l,lll'f70A'l': To aid in the organization and participation in women's sports by provid mg for extra-curricular women's athletics. Uffirerxi lJl'l'.i'iIll'lIf . . June Schenker Sl"l'I'l'f!ll'j'-7lI'1'll.VIll't"I' Barbara Draper Sjzurrx Clmirnznn . Pauline Barbieri M I'lIl l1rr.r .' Inez Able, Pauline Barbieri, Barbara Draper, June Schenker, Dorothy Stone Katherine Webber, Grace Webster, Bernice Bamforth. 143 .- X, J .J n'?F' ifOlllUlfCllll,vS iarsiilfy Cllliuilb lJll1'fNlXl?f To provide a closer relationship between the woman participants and ad- ministrators of physical education, to earn money for appropriated enter- prises. ,illlL' club consists of those women students who have earned two major awards in one year. Uffi1'r'rx: l'r1'.ri1lf'nf . lVIary Todd f'ire-l'rr'.virlz'11l . . Inez Abel Sfffrrlzzry . Laura Andisio il'l'l'll.l'l1I'l'I' Dorothy Stone 1lIr'lnl1r'r,r .' Mary Todd, Bessie Amsden, Pauline Barbieri, Dorothy Stone, Shirley Swanson, Jeanette Stone, Dorothy Preusse, June Schenker, Laura Andisio, Margaret llealy, lean Clarke, lidith Wollenberg, Bernice Bamforth, lnez Abel, Katherine Webber, Marjorie Lewis, Betsy Due, Louise Schlotterbeek, Phyllis Calhoun, Mary XVieman, Betty NVillsey, Ruth Billard, Mary Kozetli. 144 Mtenitys anrsinty Qllimlhu llI'fJlI.l'l' 2 'l'o provide a closer relationship be- tween the athletes and the administra- tion of athletics. r1,ffi.-il,-.t I lJ!'l'.l'iIll'lIf . . -lohn 'lioffolin f'ir't'-l'n'.s'.. . . Charles Revelli SIT,-1'.-7'I'l'Il.V. . Kenneth Nlailclcnla M 1' rn I1 fr.: .' Charles Cass, Roger Olmsted, Milton Dropo, Richard Aubrey, Kenneth Maik- knla, Earl De Carli, john Greenwood, Charles Molloy, john Toffolon, Raymond Senssel, YVilliam Conley, Howard Com- stock, Albert Pinsky, Charles Revelli, Vin- cent Cuddy, Peter McSherry, joseph Perko, Pierce Brnndage, NVilliam Adams, Robert Bowen, Ray Rosen, George Ostrum, Robert Harris. ff llmmmuml Q0lLlllUl,1ClIll PIIVPOSBI 'l'o Work with the director of intra- mural activities in the organization and execution of all intramural con- tests. Officers: Presirlezlf . . . William Adams If'il'l'-lJl'l?.S'. . Benjamin llflislcavech Sezfy.-Trwzs .... Donald lllory M1-1nbcr,r.' XVilliam Adams, joseph Kagan, l-Ierlmert Silverman, Donald Mory, Richard Grant, john Hutchinson, James Campbell, Benja- min Miskavecli, Clayton Battick, Donald Berman, Frederick Grosmeyer. 145 Alllmleii Purpose: To promote good fellowship and more efficiently managed con- tributions to the student body and the University as a whole. Offcersr PT6.YI.t1l67lf . . jane Galinat Secretary . Grace Fitzpatrick T1'6d51l1'ET Gertrude Anderson A'lf?IIlbFl'.Y : Gertrude Anderson, Jane Galinat, Barbara Granger, Ruth Jensh, Tharon McCabe, Antha Nlurphy, Ruth Palmer, Mary Rogers, Catherine Davis, Lola Stempa, Ger- trude Deleo, Betty Woodward, Grace Fitzpatrick, Irene Geidraitis, Elizabeth James, Virginia Maynard, Ina Place, Ruth Rettenmeyer, Dorothy Sadlack, Evelyn Smith, Alice Nlaxwell. 146 .,. ' ,Q 1 7 ' lf 1 , ,.. Y !, n' Q -Avis r' f ' 4- 1 2. .AJ I ' Q' A ' ' A ,4 5 Jw ,, -f f V ' ' A A 1 .. -' f +-.ff f .' ,, , TV A '7 QM., I' A , f ,-M, - M My 1: '1' O 6 Y yvl J A . N ' 'gf' I L v ui - G 6 W ' as , ff uf' . T ' ' ' ' af "Qi -L.. x. W, ' f ' FQ . '1.. kg-Q ' f- f-f Q K., O 52 . 'WSJ ! if I: 'I 1 QW I 1 4 ,H I. A .E al ow. 3 will MQ . -, .ft 'P ,J 3 .gy ',. ,' 'P Q . .. K -i K . xr, .Y 'x ' Sffh, -'A Q- ,. , 5 ,fa .WQ AK -mf ' , ' f. -'r i'1 1-ff? , A A 1 3, 4 1 g , .-NV. A S lin' 'x N .5 xg q i Q Q, K5 f Us 3 . 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" 5-1- . f 'nk ALBERT NELS JORGENSEN President 1 Vllqllure Bomrrll oil, Vlflrusrffecs The end of each memberfs' term is indicalezl by the dale zulzivlz follouur lzix :mlm His Excellency, RAYMOND BALDWIN, Governor of the State of Connecticut, President ex officio .... I'lartfom' ALONZO G. GRACE, Commissioner of Education, Mernber' ex officio ..... Harlforzl OLCOTT F. KING, Commissioner of Agriculture, fVIeml1er ex officio ....... I'l111'ffor1! APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR MRS. RUTH M. DADOURIAN, Ser-remry, 1945 . . Harffonl LEWIS Fox, 1945 ...... . flartforzl JAMES W. HOOK, 1943 . . . . New Hzwen EDWARD J. RICDONOUGII, JR., 1943 . Hin-fforfl ARTHUR M. MITCHELL, 1943 . . . lffnslziugtou FRANCIS S. MURl'HN', 1945 . Ilarlfonl MRS. PAULINE NoYEs, 1943 . Pomfrvl SAMUEL R. SPENCER, 1945 ...... Suffield ELECTED BY THE ALUMNI NVILLARD EDDY, 1945 ....... Illillifyfll' GEORGE H. HULLISTER, Vice Prerizlenf, 1943 ..... Ilarfford ' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD lllrs. Dadourian, Nlessrs. Eddy, Fox, Hollister, Spencer, Chairman 150 The University ALBERT NELS JORGENSEN, Ph.D., LL.D . President Room 209, Beach Hall CHARLES BURT GENTRY, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Room 205, Beach Hall RAYMOND IRVING LONGLEY . Room 225, Beach Hall The SCCll'l1QUJ0llS Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Dcan of thc Graduatc School Room 120, Home Economics Building Edwin Garver VVoodward, A.M. Dcan and Dircctor of thc Collcyc of .flgriculturc Room 125 Beach Hall Y Cleveland white, M.A. Vicc Dcan of Rcsidcnt Tcaching Room 22, Dairy Building George Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Vicc Dircctor of Agricultural Extcnsion Room 129, Beach Hall Leroy Slate, B.S. Vicc Director of Storrs Agricultural Expcrimant Station Storrs Experiment Station Building William Wilfred B. Young, M.S. Dircctor of thc Ratcliffc Hicks School of Agriculturc Room 125, Beach Hall A rllqllllili lIDllVllSll0ll'llS William James Haggerty, M.A. . Dirrctor of Studcnt Pcrsonncl Room 235, Beach Hall Prmidcnt Paul Alcorn, B.A. Mildred P. French, A.M. Dcan of Woman Room 228, Beach Hall University Comptroller Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dcau of thc Collcgc of Arts and Scirnccs Room 406, Beach Hall Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Dt-an of thc School of Busincss Administration Room 106, Holcomb Hall Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Dcan of the School of Education Room l31A, Beach Hall john Harold Lampe, Ph.D. Dcan of thc School of Enginccring Room 200, Engineering Building Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Dcan of thc School of Home Economics Room 104, Home Economics Building Henry Stoddard johnson, Ph.D. Dcan of thc Collcgc- of Pharmacy 150 York Street, New Haven Dircctor of thc' School of Nursing tion and Education hy Radio and Assistant to thc 'Room 234-B, Beach Hall Unifvcrsity Lihrarian Room 113, University Library Edward George Van Bibher, M.P.E. Dircctor of Physical Education and Atlilctics Waldemar Hagen, M.A. Dircctor of Vocational Guidaacc and Placcmcnt Hawley Armory Room 230 Beach Han 1 Ralph Lawrence Gilman, M.D. Unifucrsity Physician ' University Infirmary Walter Stemmons, B.S. Editor of Unifvrrsity Publications Marjorie Warren Smith, A.B. Rcgistrar Room 233, Beach Hall Room 202, Beach Hall h 'George Hunter Passmore, Lieut. Colflnfantry U.S.A. Samuel Wiillard Price, Ph.D. Dircctor of thc Summrr Scssion, Unifvcrsity Exton- Vllqlhe University Senate Ex officio hlrmhcrsx liicctifvr Mcmhrrs L. H. Amuntlsen E. O. Anderson J. H. Barnett YV. A. Bouslield Messrs. Jorgensen, Gentry, Whetten, VVOodward, G. C. Xvhite, Newton, Ackerman, Brammell, Lampe Haggerty, Price, Youn and Miss Bergstrand. Elccrtifvc' lklrlnhcrs for thc pcriod cnding Junc 30, 1945: Elcctifvc lllcmhcrs H. Arjona F. Coney Edith Mason R. C. Baldwin E. G. Burrows R. M. Decoursey G. H. Passmore A. J. Brundage W. F. Cheney, Jr. S. P. Hollister C. H. W. Sedgewick XV. H. Carter, Jr. J. O. Christian W. H. Kinsey A. E. Waugh S. A. Dole 151 Profcssor of Military Scirncc and Tactis Hawley Armory for thc pcriod cuding Juno 30, 1944: R. K. Clapp G. E. McReynolds Mildred P. French H. M. Scott E. G. Van Biluber R. W. Yingling N. VV. Hosley H. VV. Hunter for thc pcriod cutting Juuc 30, 1943: F. A. Ferguson V. A. Rapport VV. L. Kulp A. Schenker XV. Stemmons J. A. Manter G. S. Torrey E. A. Perregaux EDWVI N WOODXVARD Dcan FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prcsitlcnt of thc Uniwcrsity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dcan of thc Unifwrsity Edwin Garver NVoodward, A.M. Dcan and Dirrctor of the Collcgc of Agriculturc George Cleveland White, M.A. Vicf Dcan of Rzrsitlcnt Tcacbing Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Vice Dircctor of Agricultural Extcnsion VVilliam Leroy Slate, B.Sc. Vice Dircctor of Storrs Agricultural Exprrimcnt Station Augustus Jackson Bruudage Profcssor of Agricultural Extrusion, Statc 4-H Club Lcatlcr Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Profvssor of Agricultural Extrusion, County Agcnt Lcarlcr Linton Brown Crandall, B.S. Profcssor of Agriculture Henry Dorsey, Ph.D. Professor of Agronomy Harry Lucian Garrigus, B. Aga. Profcssor of Animal Husbandry Sherman Preston Hollister, B.S.A. Profcssor of Horticulture James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Profcssor of Sociology Roy Edwin jones Profcssor of Poultry Husbandry Erwin Leopold jungherr, D.M.V. Profcssor of Animal Discascs Walter Lauclauer, Ph.D. Profwssor of Gcnctics Edith Lillian Mason, B.S. Profrssor of llomc l1'cono1nics, Stair Ilomc Dl'IlltllIJll'lIll0lI Lcadcr Arthur Ronello Merrill, B.S. Profcssor of Dairy Industry Albert Ernest Moss, M,G. Profcssor of Forestry James Stanley Owens, M.S. Profcssor of Agronomy COLLEGE OF AGRI Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Profrssor of Agricultural Economics Leo Frederick Rettger, Ph.D. Profcssor of Animal Discascs Harold Martin Scott, Ph.D. Profcssor of Poultry Husbandry Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Profcssor of Rural Sociology George Cleveland NVhite, M.A. Profrssor of Dairy lndustry Albert Edmund WVilkinson, M.S.A. Profcssor of Vcgctablc Ganlrning Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associatc Profcssor of Dairy Industry Raymond George Bressler, M.S. Associatc Profcssor of Agricultural Economics Benjamin Arthur Brown, M.S. Associatc Professor of Agronomy Floyd Mayo Callward, B.S. Associate Profrssor of Forcstry Marion Evans Dakin, B.S. I Associatr' Profcssor of Nutrition Ford Curtis Daugherty, M.S. Associate Profcssor of Animal Husbandry Neil YVetmore Hosley, Ph.D. ' Associate Professor of Forcstry and Wildlife Management Robert Ebenezer Johnson, M.S. Associatc Profcssor of Dairy lndustry Albert Irving Mann, M.S. Associatc Profnssor of Dairy lndustry Roland Harrison Patch, M.S. Associatr Profrssor of Floriculturr Harold Everett Pinches, M.S. Associatc of Agricultural Enginrrring XVayne Norman Plastridge, Ph.D. . Associatc Profcssor oftAnimal Discascs Paul Lee Putnam, M.S. Associatc Profcssor of Farm ll'llfIll1gI'ltlt'lIl Howard Arthur Rollins, M.S. V Associate Profcssor of Pomolugy Gladys Elizabeth Stratton, M.A. Associatc Prof:-ssor of Ilomc Managcmrat Elsie Trabue, B.S. Associatr Profrssor of Agricultural Extrusion, Assistant Statr' 4-H Club L1-atlcr Ellen Van Cleef, B.S. .'IJJOCllll!' Profcssor of Clothing YVilfred B. Young, lN1.S. :lssociatc Profrssor of Animal llusbamlry CULTURE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY XVI LFRED YOUNG Dircctor RATCLIFFE I-IICKS SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prcsidcnt Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dran of thc Unifvcrsity Edwin Garver Woodward, A.M. Dcan and Dircctor of thc Collc-gc of Agriculturc VVilfred B. Young, M.S. Dircctor of thc Ratclijfc Hicks School of Agriculturc , FACULTY Thomas Burt Avery, M.S. Assistant Profcssor of Poultry Husbandry Franklyn Brockett, B.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry Linton Brown Crandall, B.S. Profcssor of Agricultural Engiaccring Millicent B. Disco, B.L.I. Instructor in English Henry Dorsey, Ph.D. Professor of Agronomy Leonard Reynolds Dowd, M.S.A. - Assistant Profcssor of Dairy Industry Edward Alfred Foote, B.S. ' Instructor in Agricultural Enginccring Sherman Preston Hollister, B.S.A. Profcssor of Horticulturc Robert Ebenezer Johnson, M.S. Associatc Profcssor of Dairy Industry George Babin Lynch, A.B. Assistant Instructor in History and Gowcrnmcnt Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Profcssor of Agricultural Economics Harold Oliver Perkins, B.S. 4 Assistant Profcssor of Laarlscajac Gardcning Alton biillett Porter, Ph.D. Assistant Profcssor of Ifcgctalllc, Gardcning George Cleveland White, M.A. , Profcssor of Dairy Industry HENRY JOHNSON Dcan FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. . Prcsiclcnt of thc Unifocrslty Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dcan of thc Unifvcrsity Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D. 1 Dcan and Profcssor of Chcmlstry Robert Hugh Alcorn, LL.M. 1 - Instructor in Pharmacrutzcal Jurzspruclcncc and Izthtcs Bruno Bruce Bacchiocchi, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Pharmacy Leslie Burns Barrett, Ph.C. Professor of Biology and Pharmcognosy Courtney Craig Bishop, M.D. Instructor in First Aid Harry Mayer Eudowe, M.S. Instructor in Biochcmistry Nicholas William Fenney, Ph.C. Instructor in Pharmacy Horace James Fuller, B.A. Assistant Projcssor of Pharmacy Josephine Izzo, B.S. . D U Assistant Instructor in Biological Sclcnccs Augustus Andrew Maier, B.S. Profcssor of Chcmistry and Pharmacy Grace Mooney, Ph.D. . Instructor in Bactcriology and Puhllc Hcalth Henry Mortimer Nodelman, M.A. . I Instructor in Mathc-matics, Physics and Gr-rmau Chester Andrew Potrepka, B.S. . - ' Assistant Instructor in Chcmistry ana' Physics Richmond Malley Rudden, M.A. Instructor in English VVallace Fletcher White, M.S. Instructor in Biology and Pharmacology XValter Royalstone Williams, Ph.C. Instructor in Chcmistry SCI-IOOL OF NURSING FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prcsidcnt of thc Unifvcrsity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agrl Dcan of thc Unifvrrsity Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. ' Associatc Profcssor of Cllflllliffy Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. I Associatc Profcssor of Philosophy Russell Myles DeC0ursey, Ph.D. Profcssor of Zoology XValter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Profcssor of Bactcriology Frederick Albert Mote, Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Profcssor of Psychology Samuel Willard Price, Ph.D. Profcssor of Education Elizabeth Rogge, M.S. U Assistant Profcssor of Home Economics Edward George Vanbibber, M.P.E. . U ' Associatc Profcssor of Physical EAlllt'llIl07l Paul Andrew Salker, Ph.D. Assistant Profcssor of Zoology COLLEGE OF ARTS A HOWARD NEWTON Dean FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agriculture Dean of the Unifversity Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Lawerence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Greta Jeanette Anderson, M.S. Assistant Instructor in Botany Homero Arjons, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Frank Fay Atwood, B.S. Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoology Clyde Biddulph, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology David James Blick, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry Weston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Jack Wolf Broucek, B.S.M. Insructor in Music Joseph Brown, Jr. A.M. Assistant Instructor in Physics Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology Martin Cary Burton, Jr. M.M. Instructor in Music Ralph Judson Bushnell, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Genetics William Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Economics Assistant Unifversity Editor William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D, Professor of Mathematics Carl Peter Chosek, A.B. Graduate Assistant in Economies Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S. Associate Professor of Physical Education William Ross Clark, A,M. Instructor in English Lewis H. Cohen, Ph.D., M.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Katherine Gordon Collamore, B.A. Assistant Instructor in English Erben Cook, Jr., M.S. Instructor in Mathematics Wlendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D. Associate Professor in Chemistry Arsene Croteau, M.A. 'Professor of Foreign Languages Lucretia B. Cunningham, M.S.Sc. Instructor in Sociology Russell Myles Decoursey, Ph.D. Professor of Zoology Norman Carl Dondero, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Bacteriology Reinhold August Dorwart, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Neal Frank Doubleday, Ph.D. Instructor in English James Lee Eldridge, A.B. Graduate Assistant in History Justin Vary Emerson, A.B. Instructor in English Estelle Maria Fasolino, B.A. ' ' Graduate Assistant in Chemzstry Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Professor of Physics Leonard YVilton Ferguson, M.A. Assistant Professor of Psychology Milton John Foter, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of Bacteriology Herbert Arthur France, M.A. Professor of Music George Doane Freeman, III, Captain, Infantry, U.S.A. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics Jack Fromer, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Zoology Ivan William Fuqua, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education Sophie Gianninoto, A.B. Assistant Instructor in Foreign Languages Ruth Adeline Gill, A.B. Graduate Assistant in English Roy Jones Guyer, A.B., M.P.E. Professor of Physical Education Frank James Harris, A.B. Graduate Assistant in Psychology Florien Heiser, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology f0n staff of Norfwich State Hospitalj Hubert Mack Hill, B.Sc. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry George Robert Hilton, Ph.D. Instructor in Foreign Languages Frederick Harold Horton, Sergeant Infantry, CD.E.M.LJ R.O.'IT.C. Assistant to the Professor of Military Science and Tactics Hugh VVylie Hunter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology NValter David Jackson, Staff Sergeant Infantry, tD.E.M.L.J R.O.T.C. Assistant to the Professor of Military Science and Tactics John Howard Jacobson, Ph.D. ' Associate Professor of English Marcel Kessel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English YVendell Homer Kinsey, M.A. Associate Professor of Physics Ernest Ray Kline, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Walter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology Charles Raymond Kummer, Ph.D. Instructor in Go-vernment William Norris Leonard, M.A. .. Assistant Professor of Economics Stephanie Letitia, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Physical Education Hollis Clinton Lewis, First Lieutenant, Infantry, U.S.A. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics John Becker Lucke, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Geology Donald Copeland Gibson Mackay, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology Powers McLean, M.A. Instructor in-English James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Edgar McReynolds, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Gofvernment Edward Wilber Manchester, M.A. Instructor in English Jerauld Armington Manter, B.S. Associate Professor of Entomology Nelson Marshall, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology Rita Merlet, B.A. Graduate Assistant in English Edgar Moberg, M.S. Instructor in Physics John Cochran Montgomery, Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Professor of History Rex J. Morthland, Captain, Infantry, U.S.A. Assistant Professor of llflilitary Science and Tactics ND SCIENCIES SCHCHDL OF Frederick Albert Mote, jr. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Paul Raymond Nichols, B.S. . ' ' Graduate Asslstant in Economics Carl Gustaf Allan Nordling, Ph.D. . . Instructor in Mathematics Vincent Nowlis, Ph.D. Instructor in Psychology George Hunter Passmore, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, U.S.A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics Elsie Eleanor Paulson, M.A. ' . l Instructor in Physical Education Lawrence Raymond Penner, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology Alan Randall, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Zoology Victor Alexander Rapport, Ph.D. I Associate Professor of Sociology Benedict Ray, Captain, Coast Artillery, ll.S.A. . Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics Henry James Rockel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Josephine Ala Rogers, M.A. D 1 Assistant Professor of Physical Education james joseph Sanderson, B.S. I ' . Graduate Assistant in Chemistry George Brandon Sayl, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Andre Schenker, M.A. Associate Professor of History Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S. Associate Professor of Chemistry Howard Arnold Seckerson, M.A. Professor of English Charles Hill Wallace Sedgewick, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics Rubin Segal Instructor in Music 1011 Staff of Julius Hartt School of Music, Theodor Karl Siegel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Walter Stemmons, B.S. I Unisversity Editor Henry Gruber Stetler, M.A. Instructor in Sociology Winthrop Tilley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Safford Torrey, A.M. Professor of Botany Edward George Vanbibber, M.P.E. Paul Andrew WValker, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoology Assistant Professor of Zoology Raymond Harold Wallace, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Botany Richard Andrew VVargo, B.P.E. ' Assistant Instructor in Physical Education Robert XVarnock, Jr., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Albert Edmund Waugs, M.S. Professor of Economics Stanley WVedberg, Ph.D. Instructor in Bacteriology Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociology Donald Sigsbee White, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Max Richard White, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Government Vinton Esten VVhite, A.B. Instructor in Bacteriology Robert Ellsworth WVill, M.A. Assistant Professor of English James VVilliam Yates, M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert NVright. Yingling, M,A. Associate Professor of Music Christie Jennie Mason, B. Agr. I Instructor in Bacteriology, Emeritus EN6lNEERIN6 JOHN LAMPE Dean FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the Unifversity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the Unifuersity John Harold Lampe, D.Engr. Dean and Professor of Electrical Engineering Allan Kirschner Booth, C.E. Assistant Professor of Cifvil Engineering Victor Stuart Carson, E.E. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc. Professor of Cifvil Engineering WVilliam Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics VVilson James Dobson, B.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Clayton Oliver Dohrenwend, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Professor of Physics Karl Peter Hanson, B.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Thomas Sparling Hargreaves, M.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Richard King, M.S. Instructor in Cifvil Engineering Leo Kresser, Diplomengenieur Instructor in Cifuil Engineering Alexander Walker Luce, M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering John Clewell Mertz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Earl Russell Moore, B.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Daniel Earl Noble, B.S. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 'Henry James Rockel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S . Associate Professor of Chemistry Cecil Gage Tilton, M.S., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Business Administration Gregory Stephen Timoshenko, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Arthur Nelson Vanderlip, M.C.E., Associate Professor of Cifuil Engineering Eric Arthur Walker, Sc.D. s Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Dana Young, Ph.D. Professor of Cifvil Engineering SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS EVALYN BERGSTRAN D Dcan FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., L.L.D. Prcsidcnt of thc Unifurrsity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dran of thc Unifucrsity Evalyu Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Dcan and Profcssor of llomr' Economics Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Associntr Profcssor of Zoology YVeston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D. Associatr' Profcssor of Psychology VVilliam Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D. Profcssor of Economics Marion Evans Dakin, B.S. Associatc Profcssor of Nutrition Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Profrssor of Physics Mildred Pearl French, A.M. Profcssor of Homc Economics Nellie Ataline Gard, A.M. , Associate Profcssor of llornc Economics R. Constance Hastie, B.S. Instructor in Homc Economics James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Profcssor of Sociology Wilma Belknap Keyes Assistant Professor of Ilomc Economics Lillis Lucile Knappenberger, A.M. ' ' Associatc Profcssor of Homc Economics Education Dorothy Margaret Leahy, M.A. . - Assistant Profcssor of Homc' Economics Education Marie Gustava Lundberg, M.A. Profcssor of llomc Economics Lisbeth MacDonald, R.N. Assistant Profcssor of Rural llcalth James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associatc' Profcssar of English Edith Lillian Mason, B.S. Professor of Holm' Economics, Statr' llornc Dcmonstration Lcadrr Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Profcssor of Chr-mistry Elizabeth Rogge, M.S. Assistant Profcssor of llomf' Economics Bess McDermand Skinner, B.S. Instructor in llotnr Economics Gladys Elizabeth Stratton, A.M. Associatc Profcssor of Ilomc Managcmcnf Katherine Amanda Tingley, M.A. Assistant Profcssor of Clothing Elsie Trabue, B.S. Associatc Profcssor of Agricultural Extrnsion, Assistant Stair ,z-ll Clulz Lcadrr Ella St. Clair Van Dyke, M.A. ' Asssitant Profcssor of Homr Economics SCI-lOOL OF EDUCATION P. ROY BRAM M ELL Dcan FA C U L'1'Y Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., L.L. D. Prcsidcnt of thc Unifvcrsity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dcan of thc Unifucrsity Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Dran and Profcssor of Education Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Associatr Profcssor of Business Education and Sccrctarial Studics Ruth Bosworth, M.A. Instructor in Srcrctarial Studics XVeston Ashmore Bouslield, Ph.D. Associatr Profcssor of Psychology XVilliani Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D.Profcssor of Mathcmatics Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S. Associatc' Profcssor of Physical Education Veronica Noble Clapp, B.S. Graduatc Assistant in Education Edith Browne Corttis, A.B. Graduatr Assistant in Education Fred Couey, Ph.D. Associatc Profrssor of Education Arsene Croteau, A.M. Profcssor of Forrign Languagcs Russell Myles DeCoursey, Ph.D. Profcssor of Zoology Leonard Wilton Ferguson, M.A. Assistant Profcssor of Psychology Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Profcssor of Education Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D. Associntc Profrssor of Education William Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D. Assistant Profcssor of Education VViIliam James Haggerty, M.A. Assistant Profcssor of Education John Howard Jacobson, Ph.D. ' Associate Profcssor of English XVilma Beknap Keyes Assistant Profrssor of Art XVendell Homer Kinsey, A.M. Associatc Profcssor of Physics Lillis Lucile Knappenberger, A.M. Associatc Profcssor of Homr Economics Education Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D. Associatr' Profcssor of Education Dorothy Margaret Leahy, M.A. Assistant Profcssor of Homo Economics Education Alton Millet Porter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Horticulturc Samuel Willard Price, Ph.D. Profcssor of Education Josephine Ala Rogers, M.A. 4 Assistant Profcssor of Physical Education Andre Schenker, A.M. .-lussociotc Profcssor of History David Emanual Strom Instructor in Education Robert VVright Yingling, A.M. .rlssociatc Profcssor of Mitsir GRADUATE SCHOOL NAT HA N VVHETTEN Dean FACULTY Nathan Laselle VVhetten, Ph.D, Dean of the Graduate School Laurence justin Ackerman, A.M., Professor of Insurance Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate lrofessor of Dairy Industry Homero Arjona, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages james Harwood Barnett, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoology' Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, ,M.S. Professor of Home Economfcs VVeston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D. ' Associate Professor of Psychology Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Professor of Education D Raymond George Bressler, jr., M.S. Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics Benjamin Arthur Brown, M.S. ' Associate Professor of Agronomy joseph Brown, jr., A.M. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology Ralph judson Bushnell, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Genetics VVilliam Harrison Carter, jr., Ph.D, Professor of Economics NVilliam Fitch Cheney, jr., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics VVendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Fred Coney, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Russell Myles DeCoursey, Ph.D. Professor of Zoology Henry Dorsey, Ph.D. Professor of Agronomy Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Professor of Education joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Florein Heiser, Ph.D. Associate Profesor of Psychology Neil Wetmore Hosley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Forestry and lfildlife Management Hugh VVylie Hunter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physicsi james Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer johnson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Erwin Leopold jungherr, D.M.V. Professor of Animal Diseases Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education VValter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology john Harold Lampe, Ph.D. Professor of Electrical Engineering VVaIter Landauer, Ph.D. Professor of Genetics Alexander Walker Luce, M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering james Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Edgar McReynoIds, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Gofvernment Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Professor of History Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Edmund Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics Alton Millett Porter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Vegetable Gardening Samuel Willard Price, Ph.D. Professor of Education Patil Lee Putnam, M.S. Associate Professor of Farm Management George Brandon Saul, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Harold Martin Scott, Ph.D. Professor of Poultry Husbandry Howard Arnold Seckerson, M.A. Professor of English joseph Clement Shaw, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Dairy Industry George Safford Torrey, A.M. Professor of Botany Raymond Harold Wallace, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Botany Albert Edmund Waugh, M.S. Professor of Economics Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociology George Cleveland White, M.A. Professor of Dairy Industry Max Richard White, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Gofuernment Dana Young, Ph.D. Professor of Cifoil Engineering' LAVVRENCE ACKERMAN Dean SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Laurence justin Ackerman, A.M., L.L.B. Dean and Professor of Insurance Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy lndustry Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Associate Professor of Business Education and Secretarial Studies Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. ' Associate Professor of Philosophy Ruth Bosworth, M.A. Instructor in Secretarial Studies Hugh Steffensen Cannon, M.B.A. Associate Professor of Accounting XVilliam Harrison Carter, jr. 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Thompsonville Bridgeport Naugatuck New Haven North Stonington New Britain Ellington Manchester cchio Stratford Waterbury Harley Bronson Dennison Warren Emile Dion Louis Theodore Doerr, Jr. William Peter Doyle Claire Eileen DuBeau Mae Joan Dunn George Arthur Ecker Herbert Edelglass Bernard Eisenberg Virginia Naomi Eisenstein Jessie Pearl Fabricant Ralph Anthony Falcone David LeRoy Field Willard Hamilton Fish Armando George Fitrabile Elaine Fleisher Horace Herbert Flink William Thomas Franz Anne Freeman Charles Richard French George Everett Frick Waterbury Bristol New Haven Hartford VVillimantic VVallingford East Hartford New Haven Columbia Nliddletown Madison Norwich Essex Manchester Willimantic Watertown Cos Cob Winsted Norwich North Newington New Hartford Franklin'Apollos Fuller Suffield Etheljane Galinat Hi1mdCn Isidor Louis Gendel VVest Haven lrene Alice Giedraitis Hartford Wanda Dorothy Ginter Hamden Louis Onorato Giuffrida Middlewwn Sumner Goldenthal Diablo Hts., Canal Zone Joseph John Gracewski Thompsonville Barbara Jean Granger Torrington Charles Nlorris Gray Fairfield Richmond Lewis Greene Forestville Walter Elmer Gustafson Manchester Barbara Elizabeth Hall YV21llingf0rd Lorraine Margaret Hammerstrom VVethersfield Leon Hartson Height, Jr. Spring Lake, N. 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Vernon, N. Y. Hartford New Britain Thompsonville Plainville Waterbury Bridgeport Branford Somers Portland Bridgeport Waterbury West Hartford Hamden College of Pharmacy Baltic Hartford Sandy Hook East Hartford Stamford Glenbrook Stafford Springs Derby Waterbury Waterbury Watertown Groton , New Haven New Haven Glenbrook New London New Haven VVest Haven Springdale Glastonbury Hartford New London College of Pharmacy Gladys Claps Waterbury Dudley Woodman Clark, Jr. Somers Robert Linsted Cleveland Bridgeport Lee Hadden Clifford Hamden Marcia May Clinton Hartford John Leslie Coggeshall Norwich Ruth Ellen Cole Bridgeport Eileen Gordon Collamore Essex Porter Allen Collins Wapping Barbara Mae Colt Winsted Hope Lampey Cone Lumc Clarence Agustus Coogan Mystic Albert Costello College of Pharmacy VVilliam Hoyt Costlowe Fairfield Richard Henry Cote East Hartford Fred Ralph Courtsal BI'2lnf0I'd Edwin Stephen Cowles Hartford Allen Edward Crane Hartford George Everett Crandall Robert Pardew Crane Lloyd Curkin Marvin Lewis Curland John Vincent Curran lVIartha Eleanor Custer Francis John D'Aleo Sherman Asoph Dardis Natalie Pose Davidson Catherine Davidson Davis Miriam Rachael Dawson Richard Carlisle Dawson William John Day Neil Avon Dayton, Jr. The Class off Nineteen lgorlfygfllxiive Oakville llleridan College of Pharmacy Norwich New Haven Hartford Thompsonville Milford Hartford Greenwich Woodbury Fairfield New Haven lldansfield Depot Elizabeth Jane Decker Lakeville Serafino Mario De Corso Waterbury Grace Frances De Franco Georgetown Donald Lasden Deitch East Hartford Francis Henry Delaney Windsor Gertrude Deleo Hartford Alexander Harold De Mario Shelton William John De Mario Westport Josephine Grace De Naples New Haven Laura Ann De Nezzo Hartford Edward Alvan Denton Rowayton George Deojay Plainfield Cosmo De Palmo College of Pharmacy James Franklin Dewolf Waterford Laura Delphine Deyo Fairfield Arthur Raymond Deyorio Hartford Elmer Newton Dickinson, Jr. Glastonbury Owen Parker Dickson Glenn Dodd Bernard Milton Doff Margaret Elsie Doherty Joseph Dolinsky George Dorosko Blanche Lucille Dorsi Donald Arthur Daly Robert John Dowling Robert 'Edward Downer Beulah Carrie Downs Walter Dropo Robert Frank Dudu Edna Marion Dudley Jeanne Converse Duncun Thomas Durica Thomas Dyer, Jr. Edmund John Dzrobek Helen Dzwonczyk Geraldine Imelda Ealahan Frances Vincent Earle Franklin Hatheway Easton Barbara Ellen Ecker Murial Stowe Eddy Harold Edelstein William Howard Edgerton Dorothy Eileen Edmunds New London West Hartford Norwich Norwich Winsted College of Pharmacy West Haven East Hartford Naugatuck Willimantic Mount Herman, Mass. Moosup Wilson North Haven Old Saybrook Bridgeport Canton Terryville Shelton New London Bridgeport West Haven East Hartford Avon New Haven Bristol ' Bridgeport Thomas Francis Egan West Hartford Henry J. Egg, Jr. Hamden Jeanette Ehlert Bridgeport Betty Doris Eisenberg Stamford Phyllis Eisenstein Portland Charles Sumner Emerson Derby Lucas Emmanuel Hartford Marcia Eudowe College of Pharmacy Robert Edward Evasich Milford Jean Beatrice Ezrow Maplewood, N. Bernard Eric Fackler Thomaston Robert Erwin Fairchild Newton Warren Robert Falk Meriden Annette Catherine Farr Manchester Sidney Felix Hartford Alyce Ethel Fenn Mt. Carmel Isaac Martin Fierberg Hartford Robert Howard Fierman New York, N. Y. Louis Peter Fiore Ansonia John Joseph Fitzgerald Norwich Robert De Mars Fitzgerald Hartford Grace Florence Fitzpatrick New London Neal Edward Fitzpatrick Bridgeport William Joseph Fitzpatrick Fairfield Charlotte Edwards Fitzray Springfield, lVIass. 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Gordon Herman Gorky Robert Francis Grady Dorothy-Jean Graf Allan Granoff Patricia Hamilton Grant Robert Barrows Grant Albert Babcock G1'ay I Caleb Hartwell Gray Harold Green Lois Helene Green Edward Greenberg Edward Irwin Greenberg Edward Harold Greist, Jr. Thomas Edward Grillo, Jr. Howard Irwin Gross Richard Dallinger Grossman Hartford Colchester Hartford Hartford Tolland Hartford Higganum New Haven Melrose Melrose Plainfield Waterbury South Norwalk Watertowvn Willimantic New Haven South Norwalk West Haven West Hartford New Haven VVerner Norbert Greene Bridgeport Richard Lee Gustafson Uncasville Alice Claire Haddad New London Emil Joseph Haddad Willimantic Edwin Albert Hafner Orange Betty Gradspeed Hall Waterbury lVIarjorie Louise Hall West Haven Leonard Arthur Hamee Willimantic Harry Robert Hammond East Killingly Barbara Ellen Hanley Stonington Frederick William Hanning Washington Depot Erwin Joseph Hansen Stratford Martin James Hansen Hartford John Michael Harmon Waterbury lVIargaret Jackson Hatcher Hamdgn Kirk Gregory Hatsian Hartford Barba1'a Savin Hawley Amherst, Mass. Ruth Kellogg Hayden Haddam William Eugene Haythorn Middletown John Marshall Hayward Watertown Charles Francis Heaphy Norwalk Lila Hope Hechtkopf Port Chester, N. Y. Frances Grace Hedge Fisher's Island, N. Y. 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Y. Ithica, N. Y. Bethel New Britain Thomaston Danbury Norwich Meriden Willimantic Storrs College of Pharmacy Meriden Manchester Hartford East Hartford Windsor Bridgeport Hartford Hartford Ansonia New Haven Norwich Middletown . Plainville Newton West Hartford New Haven Higganum Bridgeport Naugatuck Uncasville Stamford Terryville Norwich Waterbury West Hartford Ansonia Hartford Bridgeport Stratford Waterbury New Haven College of Pharmacy Ansonia Woodmont Uncasville Middletown Milles, Mass. Meriden Fairfield Brooklyn, N. Y. Short Beach Everett Burr Knudsen William Hardy Koch, Jr. Edward John Kochan Ruth Korn Merrill Krane Samuel Kreiger Janet Mildred Krieger Estelle Krivonos Paul Gerald Kuehn Alexander Kul John David Kurz Etta Jacqueline Lable Thomas Edward Landers Betty Jane Landis Arnaut Julienne Lapierre Elenor Mary La Rivere Carmen Christopher La Rosa Rosalie Shayne Lassman Frank Joseph Lato George Wheeler Lattin Stanley 'Robert Lavietes Jean Russel Laurence Alfred Carlton Lawson Janet Arline Lawson William Grey Lawson Ge1'ald Nlaurice Lazarre Elaine Sylvia Lear Elizabeth Hollister Leask Eugene Charles Lefkowitz George Marsh Legg Evelyn Frances Lesko Lola Levy ' Florence Marjorie Lewis Jewell Carolyn Lieberman Richard Raymond Lieberman Richard Lipshetze Albert Litvinchyk Albert Joseph Litwin Paul Lopatin Robert Carlton Lorch Fredrick Joseph Lorinser Henry Edward Lowe NValter Wood Lowell, Jr. Lucille Lufow Francis George Lucas Lester Laurence Luntz Myra Jean McClelland Elliott McConnell Martin Joseph McDermott William Thomas McGarry William Arthur McGi1pin Eillard Edwin Mclntosh William Wright Macintosh Hugh Purcell McKenna Jane Clair McKernan Ralph Francis McLaughlin William Joseph McPadden Norma Jean MacBeth Charles llflichael Macri, Jr. Class tolli Nrimicelfxeeim Derby Canton Bridgeport Patterson, N. 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College of Pharmacy Shelton Norwich West Haven West Hartford College of Pharmacy Stamford Meriden East Hartford Old Greenwich Norwich Bridgeport Bridgeport Hartford New Canaan Bridgeport New Haven Meriden Glenbrook Southington Shelton West Hartford New Haven Glenbrook Coldchester New Haven Bridgeport College of Pharmacy Stamford Hartford Hartford College of Pharmacy Rockville Hartford New Haven Manchester East Haven Meriden Waterbury New London Bridgeport Hartford Hampden Groton Jewett City Bridgeport Greenwich Manchester Hartford Norwich West Hartford Bloomfield Bridgeport V Middlebury New Haven Barbara Esther Nlagill Jack Edward Magner Dan John Mahaney Mary Rita lVIalcolm James Henry Mangles Sheldon Leon Mann Berkley Parsons Marchione Leonard Marchlewski Stephan Ernest Marcuccie William Marcuse Fred Robe1't Maretz lVIario James Marinaccio Arthur Peter lVIarinei Lucille Marilyn Marks Fredrick Henry Mzlrshall Ruth Lois Marvin Vernon Gay Mason Joan Rose Matzisik Bernard Matlaso lVIarie Anna Maurer Ethel Eugenia Maynard Everett Lewis Maynard Jane Maynard Virginia Madden lVIaynard Rita Evelyn lVlaza Gloria Genevieve Mazzola Charles lwead William Thomas Meiselman Virginia Meisenheimer Curtis Gordon Mellen Alden Ellis lVIerrill Samuel lldyer Shirley Frances Myer VVilliam August Peter Myer John Michael Milazzo Aimee Sue lVIiller , Arthur Irving Miller' Pearl Ruth Miller Gaetano Miranda Glenn John Mirtle Ruth Zara Mishkin Paul Louis Nlisselwitz Robert William Moore William Card Moore James Shields Moran Donald Frank Morganson Xavier Francis Morkus Donald Wyck Morrison Richard Wilson lVIorse Margaret Nancy Murdock Jane Wilhemena Muus Bernice Betty Myers Jerome E. Nadel lVIarion Jeanette Neifield Herbert Anthony Nielan Dorothy Ruth Nelson Richard Franklin Newman Arthur Benjamin Newth John Walter Nichols Forty gf Five Thompsonville South Norwalk Waterbury Bridgeport New Milford Hartford Bristol Union City Woodbridge Fairfield New Haven Stratford New York, N. Y. New York, N. Y. Seymore Hartford Willimantic Milford New Haven Madison North Branford Jefferson, Mzlss. Old Greenwich Hartford Bridgeport Willimantic South Norwalk Unionville Bridgeport Stratford South Norwalk New London New London Shelton New Haven Jamaica, N. Y. New Canaan Bridgeport College of Pharmacy West Willington New York, N. Y. East Hartford South Coventry New York, N. Y. Norwich Rockville Hartford New'Canaan Columbia Hamden Milldzile New Haven College of Pharmacy hlaplewood, N. J. New London Bridgeport Bridgeport Eastford Hartford Vllvllne Qlass oil' Lester George Norman Ralph Seymour North Mary Irene Notorangelo Jane Ann Novak Rose Ann Novotny Burton Thelin Oberg Emily Ann O'Connor Gilbert Norton Oelbaum Edward Thomas O'Hara Patrick Joseph O'Leary Conrad Harold Olie lVIarjorie Frances Ollston Andrew Orlowski Frank Waugh Orr Douglas Richard Osborn Camille Panico Francis Panisch Joseph Paolillo Edward William Papp Christas Pappas, Jr. Clayton Charles Parker Allen Hilding Pierce Per Bjorn Pederson Carl Pensiero Arthur William Perkins Clara Mary Peruzzi Joseph Albert Pesapana Ernest August Peters William Joseph Peters Ruth Josephine Petersen Thomas Brighton Peterson Michael Theodore Phillips Edward Pieczko Alexander Herman Pinkes Ina Place Edward Jack Planz Minott Middlelvrock Platt Jesse Joseph Poliquin Jack Poriss John Homer Potter Henry Powell Kenneth William Priest Bohdan Paul Procko Donald Young Purves Anita Jacquelyn Rabinowit Barbara Louise Randall x Nineteen Forty 1: Five Z New Haven Terryville Hartford Thompsonville South Willington Cromwell New London West Hartford Bridgeport Manchester Pequabuch Brookline, Mass. College of Pharmacy Suffield Poquonock College of Pharmacy Bridgeport New Haven Fairfield Putnam East Hartford West Hartford Litchfield Hartford West Hartford New Britain New Haven Norwichtown Bridgeport Falls Village Bethany Norwich Stamford N Hartford Greene, R. I. New Haven Pomfert Center Norwich Hartford Simsbury Norwalk New Haven Stamford West Hartford New Haven West Hartford Hedda Lillian Rashall Ellington Paul Italo Rebucci Hamden Samuel Francis O'Reily New Haven William Reily Bridgeport Michael Theodore Phillips Norwich Edward Pilczko College of Pharmacy Howard Pierce Stratford Ruth Eva Ress Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Warren lVIaster Reynolds Westport Marguerite Elizabeth Richards Pomfret Normand Richard Richter, Jr. Rockville Robert Daniel Rinaldi Tarrington Robert Downes Lippe Westport Julius Henry Rizzo Theodore Warner Roberg Marcia Louise Rabie lVIiltin Robins Albert William Robinson Charles Andrew Rodgers Peter Walter Rogan James Dunham Road Phylis Rooney Harry Leonard Rose John Gee Rose Frank Bird Rosenau Philip Melvin Rosenberg Constance Rosenfeld Elinor Rosenstein Ellias Bon Ami Rosenthal Edward Stanley Rosett Frederick Daniel Ross Robert Norton Rothert Shirley Genevieve Rowe Vivian Gertrude Rowzee Ethel lVIartha Rubenstein Allan Richard Rubin David George Rubin Mark Alexander Rubin Patricia Florence Runyon Elizabeth Sexton Ryan John Bernard Ryan Dorothy Joanne Sadlak Louis Sager Ann-Louise Samuels VVilliam Franklin Sandbach Arthur Ray Sanford Rita deNaucaze Sangree John David Sargent David VVoodruff Savage Anthony Caesar Scapellati Edwin Friedman Schafer Eleanor Anne Schaffner Robert Leon Schaller Evelyn Schechner Charles Arthur Schenarts Bloomfield Bantam Springdale Hartford Naugatuck West Hartford Fisher's Island, N. 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