University of Connecticut - Nutmeg Yearbook (Storrs, CT)

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BIDWELL, Lieutenant fj.g.j, U.S.N.R. fMissingj 1934 JAMES STANDISH, Captain, Army 1936 HAROLD FRECKLETON, Captain, Army 1937 JOHN F. ZIMMERMAN, Captain, Army 1938 RALPH L. GRECO, Captain, Army IRVING WERNER, ex-'38, Lieutenant, Marines 1939 ARTHUR E. CHATFIELD, JR., lst Lieutenant, Army WILLIAM H. GREASLEY, JR., ex-'59, Sergeant, Army Air Force 1940 OTTO GOLDSTEIN, Lieutenant, Army - EDWARD W. GOODNOW, Lieutenant, Army Air Force fMissingj AUSTIN P. SPENCER, Lieutenant, Navy Air Corps ROBERT T. THAYER, Lieutenant, Army Air Force 1.941 ROGER P. BRUNDAGE, Captain, Army Air Force EDWARD HITTLEMAN, Sergeant, Army Air Force 1942 LESLIE BLAKESLEE, Lieutenant, Marines fCol. of Phat., SIDNEY A. EDWARDS, JR., ex-'46, Lieutenant, Army Air Force LEON E. FORSYTH, Lieutenant, Army Air Force GORDEN S. HART, P.F.C., Army Air Force 1943 BRADFORD P. BLAKE, Sergeant, Army Air Force Ex'1944 I HAROLD L. 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Smooth dresser with dancing to match . . . Letters to and from jean subsidize the P. O .... Carries thru his ideas with intensity of purpose . . .Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3 . . . Engineers 3. GRACE ANN ACKERMAN "Ann" Durham . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Sociology . . . "Isn't that enough?" . . . He's such a dope . . . "Never heard of Durham Center-why it's got three houses on each side of the road" . . . Ann's friendly smile greets us in Wliitney Cafeteria . . . Looks for visits of that musically inclined sailor from Yale . . . Sociology Club 2g Philosophy Club 2, 33 International Relations Club 2, 3. SHIRO AISAWA Brawley, California . . . Civil Engineering . . . Transfer from Brawley Junior College and Arizona State . . . "Ah, steak and onions!" . . . Glenn Grey . . . Smoke rings . . . Always smiling and ready for a laugh . . . Basketball. THOMAS AITNER "Tom" New London . . . Bacteriology . . . Going to Columbia Med School . . . Week-ends off campus . . . "Gosh! 20 credits this semester" . . . Moaner . . . Erudite gentleman from New London . . . "I was a devil up at Old Shakes." ARTHUR E. ANDERSON lrAr!!: East Hartford, Electrical Engineering . . . "Electronics of the future" . . . Week-ends in East Hr 'tford . . . Hurry up Charlie . . . Engineers' Club 2, 3. ROBERT MARCUS ANDERSON uB0brJ Norwich . . . History . . . Transfer from Wesleyan University . . . Steak and beer . . . "I'm a Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech" . . . Wine, women and more of same . . . Subtle humor, lots of fun . . . President of House Council. MIRIAN HARRIET APTER - upinkll Mount Vernon, N. Y .... Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . "So long you see him" . . . "He's madly in love with me" . . . Effervescent as champagne . . . Snoth way of wearing clothes to suit her brunette type . . . "Somba specialist . . . Wrinkles her forehead . . . just like her mother . . . Gets daily letters from her Lieutenant . . . Secretary Sociology Club . . . Treasurer Pan-Hellenic . . . Biology Club . . . Campur , . . Women's Varsity Club . . . Junior Counselor. RUTH AZIF IIRIIIH Stamford . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Business Education . . . "I'm so excited, kids" . . . "Oh, I'm the smoothest kid in the house" . . . A. E. Phi's little freshman . . . Campus gadabout . . . Tiny but likes tall men . . . Raves about the house . . . Yells "Quiet hours" . . . Hits high Q. P.'s . . . Assistant Circulation Manager Cumpnr . . . Hillel Hurley . . . Hillel Choir . . . University Players 1 . . . Education Club . . . NUTMEG 3. RHETA SYLVIA BARON "Rlael" New Haven . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Marketing . . . Something missing in these football days . . . A new facial expression for every idea . . . Energy and time for all she attempts . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Hurley, Editor 2 . . . Hillel Choir 2, 3 . . . Hillel Executive Council 2, 3 . . . Vice-President of Council 3 . . . Interfaith Council 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 2. DOROTHY JANE BARRY IIDOIU Waterbury . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Sociology . . . The rose of Man- chester Hall . . . "Sky Anchors Away" . . . Pinky . . . Willi-hound . . . Legs beautiful . . . Under the shell, she's the nuts! . . . Home Economics Club 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . NUTMEG 2 . . . Social Committee 1. GREGORY DANIEL BATTICK IPG',eg!J North Haven . . . Sigma Nu . . . Mechanical Engineer . . . Burning desire to conquer the piano . . . Can't get off the bass of "Brazil" . . . Simple tastes, satisfied with much food and a crate of a jallopy to get around in . . . Vice-President of Engineering Club 3 . . . Football 1. RUTH ANITA BEERS South Norwalk . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Arts and Textiles . . . Tall twirler . . . Sophisticated, but on occasion . . ."'Wait 'til my ship comes in" . . . Distinctive humorist . . . Chem 120 mayor! . . . Band Majorette 1, 2, 3. MARION JOYCE BENDLER "Bunny" Waterbury . . Bacteriology . . . Sparkling eyes . Vivacious . . . Smooth dresser . . . A man a month . . . Lots of mail . . . Horseback riding . . . Archery Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Newman Club 1, 2. WILLIAM NEWTON BENJAMIN, JR. "Sr1iIor" New Britain . . . Sigma Chi . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Transferred from Hillyer Junior College in Hartford . . . Interested in a certain girl back home . . . Full of energy . . . Sharp personality . . . Works in Visual Aids Department . . . University Band 1, 2 . . . Chemistry Club 2 . . . NUTMEG, Assistant Business Manager 3. ANN MARIE BENNETT ' "N:In" Wethersfield . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Psychology . . . Friends say "Nan is a panic" . . . Keeps them in hysterics . . . Favorite pastimes are eating and sleeping . . . Famous for her "telephone dress" . .1,,Ask her about a cer- tain Second Lieutenant in the Signal Corps . . . "The only reason I go to dances is to get the program" . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 1, 2, 3. ANTON ALORS BERLE YlAndy!f Anston . . . History and Government . . . Transfer from Trinity . . . "In 1 the Blue of Evening" and Fried Chicken . . . "I wanna be a diplomat" . . . Wine, women, and more of them . . . Soccer 1 . . . Newman Club 1 . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . . Education Club 2 . . . International Relations Club 1, 2. RUTH SAWYER BILLARD flBilIyf! Rowayton . . . Zoology . . . Gives fish plenty of competition . . , Life guard . . . Sportive . . . Friendly to all . . . Likes animals . . . Proud that once last year she had four baby raccoons, three mice, and one turtle in her room overnight .... Sprague House Chairman . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3 . . . Outing Club 2, 3 . . . Swimming Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT HENRY BITZER I ' llB0bU Stratford . . . Theta Xi . . . Finance . . . A glowing cigarette in each hand . . . Definite theory on women . . . Dapper Bob . . . Engineers' Club 1 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . U.C.A. 3 . . . Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 3 . . . NUTMEG 3. ROBERT BARNES BLACKMAN i "Molber" Canton Center . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Bacteriology . . . PERfect gentleman . . . Who quietly worries . . . Frequent letters to the girl at home . . . Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Grange 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 1, 2, 3. JEAN LOUISE B. BLAIR "jamie" I H ttf 'd . . . History . . . 50-Love, that is where Jean stars . . . Puts a ai or great deal into her subjects . . . Evidence? . . . She graduates this June. .fm ,tt JENNIE BOLASH "Genlaa" New Haven . . . Languages . . . Attempts the unusual . . , The clickity-clack of her typing machine echoes through the halls . . . Very friendly smile . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 3. DORRAINE IVINS BRADLEY "Dania" Branford . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Chemistry . . . Chemistry major and still nice to know . . . "Oh kids, what an exam 'I had today!" . . . Her horsemanship trophy adorns the attic . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Block and Bridle, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bridle Treasurer 3 . . . Pencraft 2, 3 . . . Pen- craft Treasurer 3 . . . Student Senate 3 . . . W.S.G.A. 3 . . . junior Counselor 3. ALICE BETTY BRANOWER "Broolelyn" Brooklyn, N. Y .... Art . . . "Dem lovely bums" . . . Transfer from N.Y.U .... A September graduate . . . Interest in Naval Air Corps . . . Designs her own clothes . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Hillel Foundation 2 . . . International Relationship Club 3. SEENA BRETTSCHNEIDER Willimantic . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Keeps the Willimantic-Storrs route busy . . . Sunny disposition . . . "Rock Garden Special" . . . To college to carry on the nutritious tradition . . . Home Economics Club. HARRIET BREWER llBreujll West Hartford . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Physical Education . . . Trim figure . . . Snappy clothes . . . "But P. E. is essential" . . . Oh, those legs! . . . Temper like a zephyr, lots of fun . . . Eye-catching highlights in her hair . . . Varsity Club 2, 3 . . . Swimming Club 2, 3 . . . Education Club 3 . . . Cumpur 2 . . . NUTMEG 2, 3. WILLIAM FRANKLIN BRILL UB'llU Hamden . . . Chemistry . . . Trombone player . . . Loafing ahd fishing favorite sports . . . Band 1, 2 . . . Collegians 1,,2 . . . Chemistry Club 3. BARBARA BURDEN "Bobbie" Fairfield . . . Sociology . . . Easy to get along with . . . True pal . . . "It's never too late to get an education" . . . Freshman 1939 . . . junior 1943 . . . Zealous worker for religious activities . . . Outing Club 3 . . . Choir 3 . . . Sociology 3 . . . Pencraft 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3. ADRIENNE RICH CANTOR "Kizzy" Waterbury . . . Sociology . . . Clothes, clothes, and clothes . . . Neat as the proverbial pin . . . "There are smiles" . . . "Have fun" exponent . . . Campus 1 . . . Advertising Assistant 2 . . . Hillel Society 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Council 1, 2 . . . Hillel Hurky Business Manager 2 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Interfaith Council 2. RALPH TI-IORNFELT CARLSON HR CU Hamden . . . Theta Xi . . . Electrical Engineering . . . "Gotta write a letter" . . . "Flux Plots" . . . "Get the big hammer" . . . Tall, slim, grind . . . Five gaited walk . . . "Hurry up, we gotta listen to Fred Waring" . . . Music and trombone lover . . . Talkative-while sleeping. JEWELL SMITH CARTER "Smyllae" Granby . . . English . . . "Just wrote a ten page letter to George" . . . Extravagant . . . Big-hearted . . . Wears a Lieutenant's bar . . . Nice clothes . . . U.C.A. 3 . . . Philosophy Club 2, 3. EDITH ANN CHAPIN l "Dickie" New London . . . Phi Mu . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Sweet and helpful . . . True to the Coast Guard . . . Chuck's her main interest . . . "Oh Brother"' Glee Club 1 Choir 2 3 . . . Home Economics Club ELAINE NATALIE CHAUSKY "Chow" Springdale . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . "Marlene" Naval engagement . . . Sweet, friendly, sincere . . . "All I can say" . . . I Q Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 1, 2, 3 . . . junior Counselor 3 . . . NUTMEG 3. . MARY EDITH CHEVALLIER Glastonbury . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Business Administration . . . She wears a pair of silver wings . . . Quiet on the Outside . . . Full of the devil really 4 H Club 1 Glee Club 2 S A M 3 KEITH ROBERT CHRISTIANSON "Clark" New London . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Bacteriology . . . "Gee, now that the leaves are off the trees I can see her window at the Theta House" . . . "Some guys are just smart" . . . I'm not an "A" student . . . "Wl1at a girl" . . . "Wl1en are you guys going to clean the room . . . Sober-minded Conscientious hard worker outdoor man . . . "King of the campus." GLADYS A CLAPS Clappne N Waterbury .... Sociology . . . 5 ft. of energy . . . Personality plus those big brown eyes . . . Main interest--people . . . Collector of Q. P.'s and of other things too . . . "I just stopped in for a minute" . . . Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. Council 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2 . . . Interfaith 2, 3 . . . Sports Council 3 . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3. ROBERT L. CLEVELAND, JR. "Bob" Bridgeport . . . Theta Xi . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . "Skipper" . . . Jochirs' for Slaters Run . . . "Gotta have a bill first" . . . He don't hate 'em, but he don't date 'em . . . "Take a representative sample" . . . Quiet . . . Proficient . . . jovial . . . Swimming 1 . . . Baseball . . . English Club 1 2 5 RUTH ELLEN COLE Bridgeport . . . Delta Zeta . . . Piano and Music Theory . . . Pianist of inspiration . . . Sweet and unassuming . . . Magician in her spare time. EILEEN GORDON COLLAMORE "C llie" Essex . . .,Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Zoology . . . "Let me sleep five minutes I more" . . . Smiles winningly . . . "What say, kids?" . . . Newman Club Glee Club 1 Choir 3 Junior Counselor 3 U NATALIE R. DAVIDSON lfNutU Hartford . . . Sigma Kappa Delta.. . . Psychology . . . "Hey kids, where's my Hot Cup?" . . . Kitten for Britten . . . Q. P, raiser . . . "Wl1y didn't I get 1 letter today"' ' CATHERINE DAVIDSON DAVIS "Cathy" h , Greenwich . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Very good-natured . . . Level- headed . . . "Hey kids" . . . Homemaker . . . High Q. P. R. . . . U.C.A. 2, 3 . . . University Players 1, 2 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3. 'WY wt,- 4 EDWIN ALDEN DAVIS UEdH New Haven . . . Botany . . . Ed and his bike . . . Lover of the outdoors . . . Subtle sense of humor . . . Intelligent to the right degree . . . Outing Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2 . . .Choir 3 . . .Grange 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3 . . .Tennis 2. ' 4 M1RiAM RACHEL DAWSON YlRneH Woodbury . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Secretarial Studies . . . Blue eyes that sparkle most when winter comes and she can "whiz along the iCe" . . . Never enough time for studies . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . . Glee Club. ELIZABETH JANE DECKER HBE!!-yi! Lakeville . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Home Economics . . . Best sense of humor going . . . The kind you confide in . . . And who never tells . . . "Have a cigarette" . . . Loves her own high notes . . . "Here I sit, and I've so much to do" . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3. GERTRUDE DELEO "Geri" ' Hartford . . . Physical Education and Music . . . Dorm pranks and pillow , fights . . . Good sport, literally and figuratively . . . Sunny disposition . . . Sincere friend . . . Music lover . . . Education 2 3 . . . Glee Club 1 2 3 . . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3. WILLIAM A. DEMARIA , IlBillll Westport . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Pre-Med . . . "Doc, the chlorophyl kid" . . . Connoisseur of the piano and the boogie beat . . . Q. P. collector . . . . Woman hater? . . . Going to Duke Med. School . . . S.A.E. sparkplug in fraternity athletics. JOSEPHINE DENAPLES . If-,OU New Haven . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Business Administration . . . All-around perfection . . . A knockout on the dance floor . . . "Is it really!" . . . True sport . . . The "crip" . . . W.A.A. 1 . Home Economics Club 1,2 . . .Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Philosophy Club 1,2 . . .NUTMEG 2, 3. GLENN DODD , West Hartford . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Chemistry . . . Petite brunette 1 ff' I with a vivacious smile . . . Are those eyelashes really yours? . . . Two mar- ,-49 ried roommates . . . S.A.E. dates . . . Early to bed . . . Little girl with a big appetite . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Education Club 3. BLANCHE DORSI "Boodlebug" West Haven . . . Spanish . . . Little ball of fire . . , Game for anything . . . Effervescent . . . Manchester's favorite . . . Rocker "Blancita" . . . Willi-ite . . . "Who's going to the book store?" . . . Newman Club 2, 3 . . . Cnmplxf 1 . . . Choir 2. ROBERT EDWARD DOWNER llB0bu Willimantic . . . Government . . . Commuter and cooperator . . . Main interest: passing courses . . . "Com' here little bo " . . . Drives like a maniac . . . Variety in co-eds, with a priority on blondes . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Cnmpur 1. ' BEULAH CARRIE DOWNS Mt. Hermon, Mass .... Food and Nutrition . . . Joy of the wide open - spaces . . . Conscientious . . . "Northfield is the best in the world" . . . Midnight reveller of food . . . Choir 2 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3. fi il . fi, ,L EDNA MARION DUDLEY UDlld'I.J! North Haven . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Home Economics . . . Right kind of a disposition . Engaging smile and dimples . . . "On to Willi" . . . Fickle type . . . leaves a trail of broken hearts . . . 4-H Club 2, 3 . . . Grange 2, 3 . . . Junior Counselor 3. JEANNE C. DUNCAN "jeannie" Old Saybrook . . . Delta Zeta . . . History . . . Sports fiend . . . "Paper Doll" , . . Everybody's friend . . Likes the field and strange things . . . Full of pep . . . "'I hate people who sleep their lives away" . . . U.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Education Club 2, 3 . . . Junnor Counselor 3 . . . Block and Bridle 3 . . . Outing Club 5. HELEN DZWONCZYK Shelton . . . Home Economics Teacher Tr .... Unaffected and unafraid . . . Practical and artistic . . . "Oh, for a polka!" . . . "Never worry- let me" . . . Swing shift life . . . "Mad, I was ready to go up in smoke!" . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Education Club 3 . . . Outing Club 2 . . . Home Economics Club 2 3 Archery 2 3. GERALDINE IMELDA EALAHAN "Gen " New Londony. . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Government . . . "Oh, Golly" . . . Pert fiirt . . . Irishman . . . Energy plus . . . A bubbling with exuberance . . . One of the friendliest . . . Expects nothing, gives all . . . Wants to be a foreign diplomat . . . "See you in Russia" . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . . Sociology Club 2, 3 . . . International Relations Club 3 . . . Red Cross 2 Pan-Hellenic 3. BARBARA ELLEN ECKER "Bobbie" East Hartford . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Sociology . . . "Oh, kids, what do you think, huh P" . . . With surprising ideas . . . Contagious laugh and ready smile . . . Always a big "hello" . . . Really a regular girl. . . . Great big heart with room for all . . . And what an eye for blondes . . . And brunettes Block 'ind Bridle 2 Sec1'etary 3 Pencraft 2 3 MURIEL STOWE EDDY "Mini" Avon . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Spanish . . . Quiet, conscientious, petite . . . Collector of misprints . . . Q. P. gatherer . . . Subtle humor . . . University Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Co-Chairman 3 . . . Archery Club 2 . . . Spanish Club 2. WILLIAM HAROLD EDELSTEIN NDOHJ New Haven . . . Bacteriology . . . Treats the boys right . . . Really a lover with the girls . . . Classy dresser . . . What a fisherman! . . . Chem. Club 2 3 Sociology Club 2, 3 . . . President Housing Conucil. WILLIAM HOWARD EDGERTON ' HBH!!! Canton Center . . . Sigma Chi . . . Chemistry . . . Conservative . . . Chem. shark . . Destined to go far . . . Flashy suspenders . . . Cynosure of Sigma Chi . . . Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Czllllfllhl' 1 . . . Outing Club 1 athemltics Club 3 Vice President American Chemical Society . . . M. 2 S - . - ' - . . . Business Manager NUTMEG 3 . . . U.C.A. 3. DOROTHY EDMUNDS fID0ll-J!!! Fairfield . . . Bacteriology . . . Latin glamour 4 . . Sincerity . . . Sparkling eyes and a ring to match . . . Pan-Hellenic Representative . . . Choir 3. ANNETTE CATHERINE FARR Manchester . . . Bacteriology . . . Conservative and reserved . . . Pessimist . . . Thoughtful . . . Gay giggle . . . "Hey, kids, don't say a word till I come back" . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 3. ALYCE ETHEL FENN "Ru.rly" Mount Carmel . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Zoology . . . Enthusiasm galore . . . Vivacious red-head . . . "My Edward" . . . Hobby is art .. . Choir 1, 2 . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Freshman Executive Council . . . Sophomore Social Chairman . . . junior Counselor 3 . . . NUTMHG Art Editor 3 . . . Education Club 2, 3 . . . Student Senate 3 . . . W.S.G.A. Treasurer 3. LOUIS P. FIORE 011 Ansonia . . . Civil Engineering . . . Outdoor man . . . "Gosh" . . . Quiet W . . . But always smiling . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 3. V, GRACE FLORENCE FITZPATRICK' ' uF't yu New Loniiciin . . . French . . . Very studious . . . Bull-session kid. . . Allerlei 1, 2 . . . U.C.A. 1, 2. CHARLOTTE E. FITZROY IIFUZYI Springfield, Mass .... Delta Zeta . . . Home Economics . . . Likes farmers and cows, horticulture, cooking, sewing, corny puns . . . Did quite a bit of air raid spotting . . . Taught Sunday school for two years . . . "I'll be seeing you. I'm going over to the greenhouse" . . . Allerlei 1 . . . Hor- ticulture Club 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club 3. MARGARETTE FREEMAN FLEISCHAUER "Pf23J"' West Hartford . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . English . . . Brains and beauty . . . Combination of blonde hair and brown eyes that packs a punch . . . Never a week end on cam us Ha the bride Phone calls and X - .p ....ppy . . 1 roses from 'Iong Island . . . Secretary Sophomore Class . . . Choir 1 . . . Advertising Manager Campur, Business Staff . . . Co-Ed Editor NUTMEG . . . Education Club. ROSE FLEISCHER Bridgeport . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . .Psychology . . . Live wire . . . Genuine jitterbug . . . Vivacious . . . Personality in a million . . . Sports a sparkling diamond on her Hnger from Sergeant "Mushie" . . . Spends lots of time writing him V-mail letters . . . "Honest!" JEANNE MARIE FLYNN llfinxll Watertown . . . Zoology . . . Horseshoe and picture of black cat in her room for the "Jinx" motif . . . Enthusiasm plus . . . Original in ideas for dances and parties . . . Ice skating and dancing . . . "Oh, man!" and "You sneak!" . . . "The Whee Girl" . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 Outing Club 1, 2 . . . Junior Counselor 3 . . . Social Chairman of Whitney 3 . . . Education Club 3. EDITH ANNE FORD H ' !! Edie Essex . . . Business Administration . . . The common reaction is "She's a sweet kid" . . . Friendly . . . Witty personality . . . Known for exclaim- ing, "He's wonderful!" when describing a certain Mike in the Air Corps . . . Glee Club 2 . . .U.C.A. 1. ELIZABETH FRANCIS HBe,,yU Windsor . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Sociology . . . Mechanically minded . . . "Me and Romeo" . . . Amateur detective . . . Jack-of-all-trades . . . Originality plus . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Choir 1, 2 . . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Swimming Club 1 . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Montieth Arts. LOIS CECILIA GADUE Lou West Haven . . . Bacteriology . . . Charming little carrot-top . . . "Dick and I" . . . "Wonder if I have a letter: . . . jazz lass with her phono- graphs . . . Collects stuffed animals . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Archery Club 2 . . . Glee Club 1. 3 go PHILIP GLADSTEIN "G'lr1dw:lgon" Hartford . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Zoology . . . "Just call me Philip J. Gladwagon" . . . Doctor of Oral Surgery . . . "Who's going to lab?" . . . Artist on the keyboard . . . At home in the swimming pool . . . Biology Club 1, 2, 5 . . . Hillel Society 1, 2, 5 . . . Soccer 1 . . . Swimming 1. ADA GOLDBERG IE Colchester . . . Home Economics . . . "Oh, Maryland, My Maryland!" . . . Picture gallery on her desk . . . Hometown girl . . . The Major's daughter . . . Her suitcase always packed. ELAINE F. GORDON "Sparky" Brooklyn, N. Y .... Physical Education . . . A true sportswoman . . . Quiet red-head . . . Glories in horseback riding . . . Transfer from Brook- lyn College . . . Outing Club 5 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Junior Counselor. PATRICIA I-I. GRANT "Paz" Melrose . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Business and Ag .... Sweet as they come . . . Swell pal . . . Bob's home . . . "Just plain Melrose" . . . "You ain't a woofin', honey" . . . Freshman Class Chairman . . . W.S.G.A. 1, 5, Vice- President 5 . . . Outing Club 2, 5 . . . Block and Bridle Club 2, 5 . . . Junior Class Chairman . . . Junior Counselor Chairman 5. WERNER NORBERT GRUNE Bridgeport . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Civil Engineering . . . Always on the . . . "Shooting to Willi" .... Always buzzing arouund campus in a car . . . Quiet . . . Curly locks . . . Forever yellin' "Quiet Hours" . . . Engineering Club 1, 2, 5 . . . A.S.C.E. 2, 5 . . . Soccer 1, 2 . . . Campur 2. MARJORIE LOUISE HALL "Margie" . a ' U l 0 New Haven . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . "It s a howl . . . 'The Marines for me" . . . Loves to dance . . . Torn between the classics and swing . . . Kelly green's her color . . . Home Economics Club. BARBARA ELLEN HANLEY Stratford . . . Phi Mu . . . Home Economics . . . Long distance telephone calls . . . Not another letter! . . . Generous . . . Looks quiet, but! . . . "Bob's coming Home!" . . . "HE" projects . . . Choir' 1, 2, 5 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 5 . . . Archery Club 2 . . . Education Club 5. KIRK GREGORY HATSIAN l Hartford . . . Sigma Chi . . . Business Administration . . . Flashy ties and red plaid shirts . . . Good word for everyone . . . Full of fun . . . Football thusiast Intermural Council Chairman 5 . . . Husky Network 2 . . . grizvnprri 2,1 l. . . NUTMEG Sports Editor 5 . . . Freshman Football . . . S.A.M. 5. WILLIAM NAGAMASA HAYAKAWA "Bill" Chicago . . . Agricultural Economics . . . Transfer from University of Cali- fornia and Brigham Young . . . Popular busboy . . . "I'm playing hard to get" . . . Sincere . . Q Cheers you up . . . U.C.A. 5 . . . Interfaith Council 5. FRED WILLIAM HELMING Waterbury . . . Theta Xi . Mechanical Engineering . . . Holcomb haunter . . . Marcel job every nght . . . Loves odd pipes . . . Engineering k ' d ocks . . . Engineering Club 1, 2, 5. grind . . . Hand- nrtte s Xx'fX.'X MARJORIE E. HERMANN rrMdrgex: Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Home Economics . . . Completely adorable . . . Friend of all . . . Warm brown eyes . . . Warm heart . . . Reluctant song- stress . . . "Are you mad?" . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3 . . . New- man Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Clllllplli 3 . . . junior Counselor 3 . . . NUTMEG 2. THOMAS HINCHLIFI' "Little Dill" Sigma Chi . . . Engineering . . . Cockiest kid on the campus . . . "Come on, Kirk, fix me up" . . . "My brother-in-law, the Dwarf" . . . Likes the sleeping porch . . . Basketball player extraordinary . . . A.S.M.E. 3, Treasurer 3. RUTH ANN HOFF Bethany . . . Psychology . . . Independent, little and lovable . . . "You ought to psycho-analyze yourself" . . . Coquettish eyes . . . Cnmpnr 1 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . U.C.A. 3 . . . International Relations 3 . . . Mon- tieth Arts 3. MARION HOLMES Windstar Locks . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Business Administration . . . Sky-high grades and still earns her own living . . . Pep personified . . . Started college in the Hartford Extension . . . Good-natured and friendly . . . Eager for excitement . . . Never on time yet . . . S.A.M. . . . New- man Club . . . Interfaith Council. OLIVE JANE IRWIN "funie" Manchester . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Zoology . . . "I've got a lab this afternoon" . . . Positively feminine . . . "Yes, dear" . . . Long-distance romances . . . That bandbox look . . . Ccllllplll' 1 . . . NUTMEG 2, 3 . . . Education Club 2, 3. BEN IWAKIRI "Rudy" Sacramento, California . . . Horticulture . . . Quiet and studious . . . Nice to know . . . Likes to play basketball . . . Girls don't interest him . . . University Christian Association. MURIEL JAINCHILL "Mllr"' Hartford . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Spanish . . . "Never a day goes by that I don't dream of Stu" . . . A music lover with artistic judgment . . . Petite . . . "Gee, I wish I were in Chicago!" . . . Hillel Foundation . . . Hillel Choir . . . International Relations Club. MARION NANCY JAMES lfjiinlf Ansonia . . . General Home Economics . . . "Oh, Gee!" . . . Photography fiend . . . Loves sports . . . Plans to attend Yale School of Nursing . . . Has a collection of beer mugs and a keg in her room . . . 4-H Club 1 . . . Allerlei 1, 2 . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2, 3. IRMA ZELDA JANOEF New Haven . . . Psychology . . . Hangs around the psych lab . . . Always psychoanalyzing , . . Likes to sing and dance . . . Plays the hddle . . . "Charlie Spivak's nice" . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Junior Counselor 3 . . . Hillel Council 2, 3 . . . Hillel Husky 2 . . . Choir 2, 3. EDMUND MICHAEL JASKIEWICZ Norwich . . . Phi Mu Delta . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . "That's life -some got it and some ain't" . . . Sanitary engineer of Abracadabra House . . . That favorite table at Wliitney . . . The co-eds' radio repairman . . . "Now meet my brother" . . . Swimming team 1 . . . Math Club 1 . . Engineering 1, 2. 3 . . . A.S.M.E. 3 . . . Husky Network 2. ' ELEANOR MARY JONES "Ellie" Bridgeport . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Industrial Management . . . Per- petual action . . . "Gee, Kids, do you think he'll ask this one jitterbug? . . . Small, but dynamite . . . OH! Those eyes! . . . Perfect date . . . Cheer- leader 1 . . . Choir 3 . . . Newman Club 2, 3 . . . Varsity Club 3 . . . S.A.M. 3. BERNICE MARILYN KAHN 1fAm I Sociology . Transfer from New Haven Teachers College . . . Toe dancer supreme . . . Talent at midnight . . . "Massachusetts" and the "Bridgeport" . . . Versatile . . . "'I'm agreeable" . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Outing 3 . . . Hillel Society 2, 3 . . . Choir 3. ELIZABETH L. KAMAROFF uLibb-yu Hartford . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from Temple University . . . "Gotta grind tonight" . . . Moody in a pleasant sort of way . . . The "bug" expert . . . "Do you know anything about parasites ?" . . . Hillel Society 3 . . . International Relations Club 3. DOROTHY M. KANE HDHIU Waterbury . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Accounting . . . "Kids I'm only five billion off" . . . Coffee, cigarettes and Crazy Rhythm fiend . . . Sophis- tication plus poise . . . Exciting red-head , . . Irish enthusiast . . . Three A. M. telephone calls . . . "Listen to that sax!" . . .W.S.G.A. Secretary 3 entte 3 NUTMFG 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3 . . . Cnmpur Busi- ...StudentSz 1 ness Staff . . . Newman Club 2, 3. MARY LOUISE KEHOE Mary Lou Stratford . . . English . . . Diminutive Celt . . . Fresh wit and charm . . . Elusive glances . . . "Oh boy, culture, culture!" . . . Budding authoress . , . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Catholic Choir 2 . , , Pencraft 2, 3 . . . NUTMEG 2, 3 . . . Junior Counselor 3. LUCILLE MAY KELLEY Willimantic . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Sociology . . . Transfer from 'll' t'c Stite Teachers' College Live wire . . . "He's a riot!" . . . W mann 2 - - - - - Likes lawyers . . . Dates galore . . . Writes poetry and reads P. M. . . . "T0uj0urs gai" . . . Irish wit and lots of laughs. RHODA ESTER KELMAN W.terbur . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Home Economics . . . Sweetheart 1 Y . . of A.Q.C .... Publicizes new sayings . . . On a crutch . . . Someday I'll get what I want" . . . "Piercing eyes that don't miss a trick" . . . A - ' ' . Gl i3 1 . . . Cl10ll' 3 , , , I-10mg ECO. finger in every pie . '. Ce U nomics Club 3 . . . Hillel 3. MARJORIE KING , 'ddl W Kappa Alpha Theta . . Accounting . . . So what have M1CtCJU...1ll - ' you been doing? . . . Witty . . . Independent . . . Big brown eyes . . Everyone? pal . . . Philosophy Club 2, 3 . . . Swimming Team 2 . . . S.A.M. 3. LAREINE A. KINSTLER "Larry" Meriden . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Sociology . . . Likes people . . . Oh that smile! . . . Quiet, but . . . Detests grinding but gets good marks . . . Look . Hiking and biking fiend . . . Danforth Scholarship 2 . . Outing Club 2 . . . Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3 . . . NUTMEG 3. at that red hair! . . ...U.C.A. 2, 3. , Sociology Club 3 . BRITTA KOPER IIB ' ff' New Yorlzigity . . . German . . . With a touch of Sweden in her talk . . . Petite . . . Friendly smile . . . Week-end trotter . . . Hopes to be a doctor . ' fiend . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . .Biology Club 1, 2. , . . Foreign language 1 it ESTELLE KRIVONOS "Kfi1!j"l West Haven . . . Economics . . . Saturdays in Willi . . . Lover of horses . . . Procrastinator . . . Independent . . . Always cooking up a deal . . . Rainy nights . . . "Starkle, starkle little twink" . . . Sociology Club 2, 3 . . . Hillen 1, 3 . . . International Relations Club 3 . . , Choir 3. ELEANOR MARY LARIVERE NEIIJIU Bridgeport . . . Delta Zeta . . . Business Education . . . Always busy . . . Friendly . . . Talks a lot . . . Walking newspaper . . . Likes to arch . . . "I am going to be more assertive" . . . The Candy Kid . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Outing Club 2 . . . Newman Club . . . Choir 2, 3 . . . Education Club 3. , ROSALIE SHAYNE LASSMAN Hartford . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi , . . History . . . Fragile . . . Sugar and spice . . . "They're very pretty, Ro" . . . "I'm so unhappy, ha, ha, hall!" . . . Hillel . . . juni Counselor. ELAYNE SYLVIA LEAR King New Haven . . . "It's a great world if you don't weaken" . . . "Every- thing happens to me" . . . Orchestra 1 . . . Camplzr 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2 SAM 3 Outing Club 1. ELIZABETH HOLLISTER LEASK Learley Darien . . . Phi Mu . . . Physical Education . . . Versatile . . . Debater . . . "Gee, what a jerk!" . . . "Hey kids, I've got a nephew" . . . Solution to the alarm clock shortage . . . Education Club 3 . . . Pan-Hellenic Repre- sentative 2 3 . . . W.A.A. 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2. FLORENCE MARJORIE LEWIS "Marge" Stamford . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Secretarial Studies . . . Hey kids! . . . "J'oe's coming this week-end!" . . . Friendly red-head with personality plus . . . Beautiful wardrobe . . . Queen of the badminton court . . . All sports her meat. . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . .Choir 2, 3 . . .Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 . .. Junior Counselor 3 JEWELL CAROLYN LIEBERMAN I fr-Inner: Hartford . . . Sociology . . . A lot of fun . . . Talkative . . . "Oh, Amy" . . . Loves to eat . . . Hard worker . . . Always on the go . . . Campus 1, 2 3, Co-Managing Editor 3 . . . Glee Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2 . . . Soci- ology Club 1 2 3 Vice-President 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Pencraft 2, 3. LUCILLE LUBOW NLM!! . New London . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . The lady in black . . . Bridge shark in men's p. jfs . . . A natural beauty . . . "Prexy" . . . "I'm getting neurotic, Kids" JANE CLAIRE MCKERNAN ffjaryfl West Hartford . . . Pi Beta Phi . . Zoology . . . Dimple in chin. devil within . . . Habitual furniture changer . . . Lemmings . . . "I cant sing above middle C" . . . It's for a good cause. EILEEN HUMPHREY MCQUAID "Qu:zidie" South Norwalk . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Bacteriology . . . Alabama vs. Chem 240 . . . "Where did I get these legs?" . . . The perisphere of the "trylon and perisphere" . . . junior Counselor 3 . . . Biology Club 1, 2. Sf f'KJ, BARBARA ESTHER MAGILL "Magill" Thompsonville . . . English . . . "That's what I like about me-I'm pretty!" . . . Classical music devotee . . . Joan Davis II . . . Conversation, her mania . . . Swimming Club 2, 3 . . . Choir 2, 3. BENETTE SONIA MANN "Bennie" I . A New Britain . . . French . . . Five feet tall . . . Ambition to be a lawyer . . . Speaks French like a native fAlTl6l'1Ci1l'lJ . . . "Yau know what I mean . . . No strings attached . . . Hillel 1, 2. WILLIAM MARCUSE HBNIJJ Fairfield . . . Alpha Kappa Pi . . . Mathematics . . . Problematical prexy . . . "The Kid loves me" . . . Works hard? Plays hard? . . . Majors in women, minors in sleep . . . A K Pi-crazy . . . Basketball manager 1, 2 . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . . Husky Network 1, 2 . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . Council 3 . . . Mediator 3 . . . Math Club 2, 3. MARIO nj. MARINACCIO "Murph" Stratford . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . "Let's check the Thermo" . . . Quiet and a grind except when he gets goin' . . . Engineers' Club 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E. 3 . . . Newman Club 3. RUTI-I MARVIN Hartford . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Home Economics . . . Windy and rainy walks . . . Skiing expert . . . Knitting and letter-writing bound in the same direction . . . Absent-minded dreamer . . . Home Economics Club. JOAN MATASIK "Shorty" I I f d Ph sical Education Friendly and full of fun Likes M'l . . . . . . . . . spbrgrand tall nilen . . . Always on the go . . . Basketball Hash and jitter- . d. bug fiend . . . Newman Club 1, 3 . . . NUTMEG 2, Managing E itor 3 . . . Campnr 2, Subscription Manager 3 . . . Education Club 3 . . . Varsity Club 3. ROWENA DE PICE WARREN MATTHEWS "Bunny" New York City . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . French . . . Transfer from Bar- nard . . . Violet Francophile . . . "Be good" . . . "Wl1at can I cut 'omor- row?" . . Talk with hands . . . Swimming Award . . . Curriculum Council. of U.C.A .... President of French Club . . . Choir 3. MARIE NNNA IVIAURER .d' . . . K pa Alpha Theta . . . Sociology . '. . 'Ice-blue eyes . . . Igieinflsenzind refinelg . . . Friend to all . . . Mail box always full . . . "Love ' Clbl2...NewmanClub1,2,3... '-1 dl, "...Glee u, Chbi2fn3 .e.1ieBzixetball 1 . . . Sociology Club 3. ETHEL EUGENIA MAYNARD North Branford . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Biting humor . . . Cynicism personified . . . Battles her way through chem labs . . . Pillar of the alto t' n "It's a great life if you weaken in time to enjoy it" . . . lj 2, .3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . II. E. Club 3 . . . Archery Team 2, 3 . . . Junior Counselor 3. VIRGINIA MADDEN MAYNARD Hartforiijlfzijli Chemistry . . . Very studious . . . All she does is read novels I d her time in Chem lab . . . "Let's go to Mastie's" . . . Wants to. seipjib iavorld . . . Allerlei 1, 2, 3 . . . Chem Club 2, 3 . . . American Chem. Society 2, 3- A GLORIA G. MAZZOLA "Maisie" Willimantic . . . Delta Zeta . . . Industrial Management . . . Dark eyes, dark curls . . . "My room-mate's la2y" . . . Anything for a laugh . . . "C'm on, admit it, you know you did it" . . . President of the 2 A.M. Club . . . Candid and sassy to best friends . . . Campus 1, 2, 3, Advertising Manager 3 . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . Archery 2, 3 . . . International Relations Club 3 . . . S.A.M. 3. VIRGINIA MEISENHEIMER Gmger Bridgeport . . . Phi Mu . . . Physical Education and Music . . . Loves fun and friends and dislikes studying . . . "Could be" . . . A sport enthusiast and a good musician . . . Organizer de luxe . . . Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, 3 L . . U.C.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Education Club 3 Sociolo Club 3 Universit Theater Association 1 . . . Intra- wgl f 'K' . . . gy . . . y . mural Sports 1, 2, 3 . . . Intercollegiate sports 1, 2. PRISCILLA BREWSTER MERCHANT "Merch" New Rochelle, N. Y .... Pi Beta Phi . . . Food Chemistry . . . "Are you real?" . . . Visitor of the Cracker Box . . . "I've got five minutes to sleep" . . . Has a Lieutenant in the Infantry . . . Plays the uke . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 2. VICTORIA S. MERZA err New Britain . . . Institutional Management . . . Loves to sing . . . Efh- cient Whitney Worker . . . Has a definite interest off-campus . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY FRANCES MYER New London . . . Business Administration . . . "'Is my hair any redder today?" . . . Cute dimples . . . Hates 8 o'clocks . . . Swoonatra fan . . . Wants to sit behind a desk and give orders! . . . Home Economics Club 1 . . .Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3 . . . Hillel Choir 3. EDWARD MARCUS MILLER llEdll New Haven . . . Government . . . Transfer from 'N. Y. U .... Wants to be a lawyer . . . Lungs powerful but good . . . Carollers 2, 3 . . . Cantor of Hillel Choir 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2. PEARL RUTH MILLER Bridgeport . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Sociology . . . Long, blonde hair, beautiful clothes, sense of humor . . . Likes unusual people . . . Fond of giggling . . . Campus 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3. JOHN MICHAEL MILAZZO "Colonel" New Haven . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . "I just can't concentrate tonight!" . . . "I'm going to bed!" . . . "How much do you owe me?" . . . "Who took my butt?" . . . Medicine man . . . Artistic printing . . .Astronomy, reading, dancing . . . A.S.M.E. 3 . . . Engineers' Club 3. XAVIER F. MORKUS llXieH Hartford . . . Alpha Gamma Rho . . . Bacteriology . . . "Five day Border" . . . Willi excursions . . . The woman's man, ask Jean . . . A big man . . . Newman Club 2, 3. MARGARET MARY MURDOCK "Pfgg9"f Hamden . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Insurance . . . Tall, attractive, and vivacious . . . Enthusiast extraordinaire . . . "How de you like that!" . . . Good looking tweeds, and an Irish Lieutenant . . . Pleasing smile . . . Lovable . . . Movie bound . . . Carollers 1 . . . Choir 1 . . . W.S.G.A 2, 3 . . . S.A.M. 3 . . . Philosophy Club 2, 3 . . . Junior Social Chairman. L.. JANE MUUS Southington . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Home Economics . . . Sports enthusiast . . . Frankness personified . . . Constant line of chatter, but spasmodically the silent type . . . Best little seamstress . . . All-around perfection . . . Home Economics Club 3 . . . Education 3. DOROTHY RUTH NELSON "D0lly,' A I . 1 Bridgeport . . . Phi Mu . . . Bacteriology . . . Dlgnllied and poised . . . Pleasant and an all-around girl . . . Lovely clothes . . . "Gotta write my nightly lettel' to Bill" . . . Student Senate 4 . . . W.S.G.A. 4 . . . Choir 4. JANE ANN NOVAK "Janie" Thompsonville . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Dietetics . . . Sweet and sophisticated . . . Mischief in her eyes . . . Sweetheart of S.A.E. . . . is jitterbugs' delight . . . "Oh, kids, listen to this record." EMILY ANNE O CONNOR "Em" New London . . . General Home Economics . . . Always on time . . . Frank An ardent Coast Guarder . . . "Christmas!" . . . Home Economics Club , . . . Glec Club 1 . . . Choir 2. MARJORIE FRANCES OLLSTON "Marge" Brookline, Mass .... Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Psychology . . . Must have "memo" book, famous for P. E .... "I haven't got time" . . . Sings beautifully! . . . "Wake me at seven" . . . "No, thank you, I don't smoke . . .Hillel 1,2, 3 . . . Pan-Hellenic 5 . . . w.s.G.A. 1, 2, 5. ROBERT GORONWY OWENS uB0blJ West Haven . . . History . . . "Steak, please" . . . "Give me Serenade in Blue" . . . Quiet, reserved, but with a subtle humor . . . Camera Club 2 . . . Education Club. X MARJORIE PALMER H Ujoyfl Middletown . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Sociology . . . Intelligence plus . . . Definite ability to write . . . Vivacious, enthusiastic, and slightly unpredictable . . . Goals in life: happiness . . . Cumpur 1, 3 . . . Hillel 1 2 3 . . . Debating Club 1. CHRISTOS PAPPAS, JR. "Handle" "Greek" l U - Putnam . . . Sigma Chi . . . Chemistry . . . Let me tell you about my royal blood" . . . True to the girl back home . . . "There is so a difference between the Turks and the Greeks" . . . Probability expert . . . "Wliat a L . view for Manchester!" . . . Chem. Club 2, 3 . . . Math. Club 3 . . . V NUTMEG 3 . BARBARA B. PERKINS "Perla" Hartford . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Zoology . . . Q. P. getter Quiet but charming . . . One man interest .' . . Perfect lady . . . Ticket collector with a vengeance . . . Accounting Club 2, 3 . . . Biology Club 2, 3. CHARLES H. PHOENIX X "Clmrlie" ' l Danielson . . , Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Philosophy . . . Transfer from Dartmouth . . . Always the cynic . . . Man about campus . . . A rival to Socrates . . . Choosey about his dates. V MARJORIE VIRGINIA PITT "Margie" I-Iamden . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from Larson junior College . . . Likes sports, reading, dancing, sketching, miscellaneous collecting . . . Uni- versity Choir . . . Glee Club . . . U.C.A .... Basketball. INA PLACE "Plarey" Grenne, R. I .... Dairy manufacturing . . . Favors men from Alpha Kappa Pi . . . Likes anything that's fun . . . Trips around in her "Blitzie" . . . Allerlei 1, 2 . . . Ag. Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Block and Bridle Club 2, 3 Choir 1 2 EDWARD JOHN PLANZ Hamden . . . Alpha Kappa Pi . . . Zoology . . . Dashes to classes . . . "That's life" . . . "Here today, gone tomorrow" . . . Conscientious worker. . LOIS VERVEER PRATT Mount Clemens, Mich .... Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Sociology . . . Never speechless . . . Among "the young married set" . . . Efficient editor . . . Blonde without a rinse . . , The opposition in any argument . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Campus 2 . . . Choir 1 . . . NUTMEG 2, Editor 3 . . . Sigma Upsilon Iota. ANITA JACQUELYN RABINOWITZ upennyu - .. . .. l... New Haven . . . English . . . Id adore that . . . Attracted to chem "y,,,. majors-one in particular . . . Yellow roses . . . Fluffs and femininity ' . . . Poetry while you wait . . . Wedding bells . . . Chem. Club 1 . . . D Sociology Club 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 3 . . . Education Club 3 . . . Hillel Choir 3 . . . junior Counselor 3. BARBARA LOUISE RANDALL "Rumly" Darien . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Business . . . Collegiate to her G fingertips . . . Winning smile . . . Cheerful by day, cheerful by night . . . Lover of fun . . . Social Chairman Freshman Class. HEDDA RASI-IALL Heddy Ellington . . . Psychology . . . "O. K. Bun" . . . "Ye gods, I have a test tomorrow" . . . Spontaneous laugh at the right time . . . Cnmpur 2 . . . Husky Network 2 . . . Sociology Club 3. PHILIP RAVITZ Frorb Bridgeport . . . Chemistry-Bacteriology . . . Camera fiend . . . Reserved and quiet . . . No trouble with women-he likes them, they like him . . . Nice kid . . . Always ready to give a hand and do a favor . . . Chem. Club 3 . . . Hillel Council 3 . . . Hillel Choir 2 . . . Outing Club 2 . . . Hillel Foundation 1 2 3 RUTH EVA RESS "Rulbie" Mount Vernon, N Y .... Sociology . . . "Give My Regards to Broadway" . . . "I never mention his name-oh no!" . . . Hillel 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 3 International Relations Club 3 MARGUERITE RICHARDS S rrMidge11 Q Pomfret . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Nutrition . . . Sweet, charming manner . . . Music . . . Likes to ride . . . Habitual yarn tangler. l , I ' LEONARD DANIEL RINALDI ULenn Ill Torrington . . . Alpha Kappa Pi . . . Mathematics . . . Friendly smile . . . Math shark . . . Looks bashful but you never can tell . . . Likes his football . . . Habitually says "Schmotts" . . . Math Club . . . Newman Club. , CHARLES ANDREW RODGERS, JR. "Charlie" West Hartford . . . Mechanical Engineering . . , Quiet . . . Reserved . . . Friend to all . . . Lover of music . . . "Holy Crow" . . . Engineering Club . . . A.S.M.E. PI-IYLLIS ROONEY upb ,ln Hartford . . . Delta Zeta . . . Bacteriology . . . Small . . . Darkjeyes . . . Sharp wit . . . Full of fun . . . Watch out for she's full of shy tricks . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. l, 2, 3. CONSTANCE ROSENFELD "Little Connie" New Brunswick, N. J ..,. Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Spanish . . . Petite and amusing . . . Cute . . . She goes steady . . . Lebanon's not far away . . . "Hello, honey-bunch" . . . "Get out the Checkbook" . . . Hillel Founda- tion 1, 2, 3 . . . W.S,G.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . NUTMEG Business Staff 3. ELINOR ROSENSTEIN "Ellie" New York City . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . Gorgeous red-head . . . Freckles galore . . , Philosophizes on the soul . . . "Ever hear this one?" . . . Stately and sophisticated . . . Cumpur 1 . . . Sociology Club 2 . . . Junior Counselor 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3. VIVIAN GERTRUDE ROWZEE HVi1,l! ,Q Groton . . . Delta Zeta . . . Mathematics . . . Navy girl . . . Engaged . . . Cute features . . . 2 AM Club . . . "I like small rooms" . . . Diminu- tive . . . Vforrier . . . Letter a day . . . "When he gets his wings" . . . Math. Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3 . . . Outing Club 2 . . . U.C.A. 3 . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . Archery Club 2. EZRA VICTOR SAUL Hartford . . . Phi Sigma Delta . . . Chemistry . . . Pie-med student . . . Extra friendly . . . Friends vow he is afraid to be alone with a woman . . . Could be propaganda . . . Familiar sight to movie goers . . . "Aw, cut it out" . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Mediator 2, 3 . . . 'International Relations Club 2, 3 . . . Manager Campus Theatre 1, 2, 3 . . . Chem. Club 3, ELEANOR A. SCHAFFNER . "Stretch" Hamden . . Horticulture . . . Steve's her favorite pastime . . . Likes to work with flowers . . . Also likes sports and taking walks . . . Outing Club 2 3 . . Home Economics Club 3. EVELYN SCHECHNER . "Evy" Flushing, N. Y .... Phi Sigma Sigma . . . English . . . T. E. P. sweet- heart . . . "See!" . . . Jitterbug . . . "I heard you cried last night" . . . nt to make u 1 P E cut with me this afternoon?" . . . "Let's shoot "XX7a pt . . to Willi" . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Choir 1, 2. LOUISE SCHLOTTERBECK "D1llCl7!' Bridgeport . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Bubbles over with enthusiasm . . . Vivacious . . . Starvation diet . . . Likes sports . . . "Oh Kids!" . . . Outing Club 1, 2 . . . NUTMBG 2, Asso- ciate Editor 3 . . . Choir 2 . . . U.C.A. 3- . . . Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. EUGENIA B. SCHWANDA "Genie" Stafford Springs . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Home Economics . . . Friend to all . . . No time for sleep . . . "More or Les" . . . Determined to keep up with the ski-troopers . . . Willing helper . . . 4-H 1 . . . Home Economics 1, 2, Vice-President 3 . . . U.C.A. 1, 2 . . . Conference Club 3 . . . junior Counselor 3 . . . Education Club 3. EUGENE GEORGE SEEMS YfGenelI Torrington . . . Kappa Sigma . . . Chemistry . . . "My Ford" . . . Drum- mer extraordinary . . . Idealistic politician . . . "Got to hit the books- German exam" . . . Connecticut Collegians 1, 2 . . . University Band 1, 2, 3 . . . Chem. Club. LOUISE NEVILLE SEVIN "Squee" New London . . . Business . . . "This summer" . . . Likes breakfast . . . Unassuming . . . Book worm . . . Strictly fiction . . . Christian Association . e 3 . . . NUTMEG 2, 3. CHARLOTTE ANN SHAIN "Cbm'l" Bridgeport . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Bacteriology . . . Fun-loving . . . Sincere and soft spoken . . . Sparkling brown eyes . . . "Can't study tonight -think I'll get up at six" . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3 . . . German Club 1, 2. JEAN CARTER SHEA "jeannie" Darien . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Sociology . . . Cool sophisticated fp, beauty . . . "No, I haven't got a cold, my voice is just naturally husky" V 1 . . . . Happy the bride . . . They say she looks like K. Hepburn . . . Wings lil- i M54 of gold for her husband she wears . . . Class Historian 1 . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Social Committee 1, 2. E, FRANCES BROWN SHEEHAN "Fran" New London . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Bacteriology . . . Everybody's friend . . . Great imagination . . . Last minute decisions . . . "Let's go" . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Orchestra 1 . . . Choir 2 ...Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . .Outing Club 1, 2, 3 . , .House Council 1, 2. ELEANOR SIEGEL "Ellie" Danbury . . . Psychology . . . Transfer from Teachers' College in Danbury Likes people, books . . . Hates to neglect books for fun but does . . . Dynamic . . . Wonderful organizer . . . "Listen Kids!" . . . House Chair- man 3 . . . Editor Hillel Hurley 3 . . . Hillel Foundation 3. RICHARD WEII. SIEGEL "Dirk" Bedford, N. Y .... Alpha Kappa Pi . . . Zoology . . . "The world is made of doctors and beer" . . . Anthropology fiend . . . Eternal pipe . . . "Dancing bores me, too" . . . Cumpur 1, 2, 3 , . . Cross-country Varsity 1, 3 . . . Track Varsity 2 . . . International Relations Club 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . , Freshman Council 1, 2, 3. CLARA SILVERMAN IfKdyU Norwich . . . Home Economics . . . Spends most of her time in Home Economics labs . . . Delights in jokes . . . "Ruth, are we going to get that Eccie Done?" . . . Home Economics 1, 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Inter- national Relations Club 3 . . . Sociology Club 3. ADA FRANCES SIMONSON Waterbury . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . "I'm going out of my mind!" . . . "Al and I" . . . A letter a day . . . Very friendly . . A Glee Club 1 - . - Hillel Cl'l0ir 3 . . . Hillen 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology 3 . . . Campus' 3. ' IVAN SKOGLUND r1Rn-yn: West Hartford . . . Phi Mu Delta . . . Civil Engineering . . . "Time for all good C. E.'s to be in bed" . . . "Big Swede" . . . Lots of fun . . . Barber shop dodger . . . Strong, silent type . . . Studious . . . Anything for a laugh . . . Soccer 1 . . . A.S.C.E. Secretary 3. ROBERTA H. SLATTERY HBer,U Torrington . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Business Administration . . . Perfection in grooming . . . A finger in every pie, yet does a super job . . . Tall curley-haired brunette . . . Shines on the dance floor . . . Writes book length letters . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3 , . , Intel-- national .Relations Club 3 . . . NUTMEG 3. MARY RUTH SMITH "Stony" Newington . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Business Administration . . . Thistles and bagpipes . . . Dignity that packs a punch . . . "But I haven't got red hair" . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Home Economics Club 1 . . . Choir 2, 3 . . . Carrolers 3 . . . NUTMEG 2 . . . S.A.M. 3. HENRIETTA MAYE SPRING ..HaPPy.. I East Hartford . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Economics . . . Catching smile . . . Queen of the Sophomore Hop . . . Dimples . . . Always leaves his letter till last . . . Good voice . . . W.S.G.A. 2, 3 . . . Senate 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2 . . . Varsity Club 3 n Week Committee 2, 3 . . . Pan-Hellenic Council 3 . . . . . . Freshma Catholic Choir 1, 2, 3, President 3. ANNE C. STAMOS "Slam" Middletown . . . English . . . "So help me" . . . Transfer from Keene Teachers College . . . Loves basketball games and people . . . Friendly and so likable . . . U.C.A. 3 . . . International Relations Club 3. HELEN IANE STEARNS Westerly, R. I .... Chemistry . . . ev 1 . . . . y . . . High breakage fee . . . Bashful talk . "H K'ds" Ever hair in place BARBARA STONE "Pebble" Waterford . . . Bacteriology . . . "Better late than never" . . . From one lab to another . . . Quiet . . . Burns the lounge light . . . Chem. Club 2, 3 . . . Pencraft 3 . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . U.C.A. 3. PRISCILLA STORRS "Dillie" ' West Hartford . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . Sociology . . . Line of patter Extrovert . . . Interest in the Navy . . . "Let's not make it stink, kids" . . . P ' ial crooner . . . Alternates week-ends between Yale and New eienn York . . . Choir 1 . . . Montieth Arts 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 2, 3. RAYMOND D. SWEET ' "Sweet" Hartford . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Not afraid of a Q. P. . . . His football predictions aren't bad at all . . . Quiet, but underneath it all . . . Engineering Club 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E. 3. POLLY THAYER HPI! fi ld Delta Zeta Business Administration 2 A.M. Club Middlee it . . . "I hate men" . . . Oh yeah? . . . Sophisticated glamour . . . Deceiving ersonality Lover of the Soil . . . The Stoic . . . That red gown! . . . Debutante hair-do . . . "Tell me what's wrong with me. I NATALIE E. TORCHINSKY "Torrlay" Hartford . . . English . . . Movies a hobby . . . She wears a pair of silver wings . . . After each meal . . . "I could eat a steak dinner now" . . . Cnmpnr 2, 3 . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Husky network 2. GEORGE B. TOWLE East Hartford . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . Car trouble , . . Subtle humor . . . High Q. P .... "There's something in that too" . . . He and his room-mates are the "unholy four" . . . Really a riot! . . . Engineers' Club 2, 3 . . . A.S.M.E. 3. JANET AUGUSTA TRACY V . III. Tl!! Stamford . . . Spanish . . . Manchesterite at Storrs . . . Favorite haunt, the music building . . . Plays the piano, sings, and collects classical records . . . "Oh, I like boogie too!" . . . Short, blonde and friendly . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3. ELIZABETH G. TRAGGIS llLizN New London . . . Phi Beta Phi . . . Bacteriology . . . Vivacious . . . Petite . , . Cury hair . . . Clothes-lots of 'em . . . Bulging mail box . . . Wliere there's Liz, there's laughter . . . Junior Counselor 3 . . . Outing Club 1 . . . Sociology Club 2 . . . University Choir 3. MARJORIE TULLER "Made" Simsbury . . . Delta Zeta . . . Mathematics . . . Math fiend . . . "Hey Horty" . . . Naturally curly hair . . . Easy going . . . Loyal to her friends . . . Likes sports . . . "How tall is he?" . . . Outing Club 2 . . . 4-H Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Mathematics Club 2, 3 . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . U.C.A. 3. ARNOLD ELLIOT VOLOSHIN IIGII-FU New Haven . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Civil Engineering . . . Out, busy's the bees . . . The boy with the girl and the slide rule . . . Knows 'em all 'cause he was there . . . Politically minded, only he gets results . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.S.C.E. 2, 3 . Student Senate 3. MARCIA WADHAMS Bloomfield . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . History . . . Interest lies at Tufts College . . . "Where's Chub?" . . . Xylophone enthusiast . . . "I'Il go ask Corrine" . . . Choir 2 . . . U.C.A. 2, 3. DOROTHY B. WARNER NDN!! Hamden . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . Secretarial Studies . . . Carefree . . . Artistic temperament . . . Tasteful dresser . . . Contagious laugh . . . Horse fiend . . . Fine tickler of the ivory keys . . . Choir 2 . . . Montieth Arts 2. SHIRLEE G. WEINNERG "Sbirl" Wfaterbury . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Nursing . . . "Baby!" . . . Deep in the heart of Texas . . . Is there a nurse in the house? . . . A smile that always says welcome . . . Sentimentalist at heart . . . "Aloha!" . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3 . . . Nursing Secretary 3 . . . Hillel Council 3 . . . Husky Network 2 . . . Hillel Choir 2, Secretary 3. BERTHA ELIZABETH WELTE llBer,U Middlebury . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Textiles and Art . . . Dependable . . . Keen sense of humor . . . Indulges in lemon juice nightly . . . Original . . . Adept with fingers . . . Artistic . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Home Economics Club 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 2 . . . Junior Counselor 3. e mour Sociology HELEN A. WESLOCKY "lVe.rty" Smooth dresser Quiet friendliness Favors a special Army cadet . . . Infectious giggle . . . Generous . . "He's my cal." ROSE AGUSTA WHITE ANN TERRY WINCHESTER "Gm" Hamden . . . Psychology . . . Q. P. go-getter . . . Athletic achievement . . . Vivaciousness plus laughter equals Gus . . . Varsity Club 2, 3 . . . New- man Club 3 . . . NUTMEG 3 . . . Glee Club 1, 2. TI-IEODORA NAN WHITTAKER Teddy Skelton . . . Chemistry . . . Exuberant and enthusiastic chemist . . . Strictly an individualist . . . Likes excitement . . . Crazy about tennis . . . Chem. Club 2, 3 . . . Varsity Club 3 . . . Tennis 1, 2 . . . Swimming Club 2 Glee Club 1 'I UCA 3 Sigma Nu 1 7 Windsor . . . Nursing . . . Interested in medicine . . . Likes figure skating Glee Club 1 . . . Nursing Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3. FREDERICK T. WINN, JR. ffF7,ed!l Winsted . . . Sigma Chi . . . Engineering . . . Specialist in curves for Pratt 8: Whitney . . . "If you'd put a barrel of beer in Tokyo Harbor, we'd soon win the war" . . . Sense of humor that's really good . . . "Here comes your date now" Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3 . . . A.I.E.R. 3. MARIE ELSIE WYNNE "Mickey" . . ew Haven . . , Phi Mu . . . Home Economics . . . Efficiency expert . . . Good things come in small packages . . . Vivacious . . . She doesn't know when to stop knitting . . . "Let's get down to business" . . . Spanish Club 1, 2. CELESTE LUCIEL YALE South Norwalk . . . Business Education . . . "Everything turns out for i the best" . . . Early to bed, early to rise . . . "'I got my sugar report I I today" . . . Outing Club 1 . . . Home Economics Club 1 . . . Pencraft 1 i . . . Campus 1, 2, Advertising Manager 3 . . . Education Club 3. UNE RUTH ZECKENDORF 'em all over the country Sociology Club 2, 3 - - - HOWARD PHILIP ZOLAN "Howie" ' . Bridgeport . . . Tau Epsilon 'Phi "Punchy" . . . Not lazy, but a bit on custodian of the Q. P.'S. Lewark, N. J .... Phi Sigma Sigma . . . English . Petite miss . . . French manner Quiet and unassuming . . . Big brown eyes. LILLIAN N. ZIMMERMAN Hzimll Hartford . . . Sigma Kappa Delta . . . Psychology . . . Genial . . . Love me, love my turtle . . . Has definite ideas and stands up for them . . . "Remind me to tell you later" . and then forgets . . . Men, she's got Hillel 1 2 3 . . . Hillel Choir 3 . . . International Relations'Club 3 . . . NUTMEG 3. . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . the weary side . . . Quiet but smilin' SIDNEY LEO BENDELL Hartford . . . Phi Sigma Delta . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Quite a character . . . Always happy . . . Sings "Oh What a Beau- tiful Morning" continually . . . Studies 'til the wee small hours . . . Records are his hobby . . . A.I.E.E. 3 . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA RICE BLUM llBarbll Norwalk . . . Foods and Nutrition . . . Do anything for a friend . . . Zany sense of humor . . . Likes the big cities . . . Pencraft 2, 3 . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 3 . . . Archery Team 3. EDWARD N. CORBIN "Eddie" West Haven . . . Chemistry . . . Dapper on the dance floor . . . Football enthusiast . . . Floats around campus in a big '41 Pontiac . . . Transfer from the University of Connecticut College of Phar- macy . . . Kappa Psi Pharmateutical Fraternity. RUTH KELLOGG HAYDEN Haddam . . . Bacteriology . . . Vivacious miss . . . Spur of the moment decisions . . . Good companion . . . Pet cow's skull . . . Wesleyan telephone calls . . . Sporting a diamond . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Outing Club 2, 3 . . . 4-H Club 1 . . . Archery Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Allerlei 1, 2. ANITA LEWIS "Nina" New Haven . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from Larson junior College . . . English evacuee . . . Arrived in U. S. in 1940 . . . Still amused by Americans. BEATRICE PHYLLIS MACRI "Bear" Meriden . . . Bacteriology . . . Transfer from Larson Junior Col- lege . . . Research work . . . Ping pong and badminton expert . . . Hypnosis . . . Giggling fun-maker . . . Q. P. getter. LOUIS RALPH MATTIE New Haven . . . Chemistry . . . Transfer from New Haven Col- lege of Pharmacy . . . "Holy Christmas" . . . Perpetual grind but pulls down the Q. P.'s . . . Friendly and well-liked . . . Question for every answer . . . "No, I don't agree, Sir," I ALEXANDER PINKES "Pinky" Hartford . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Bacteriology . . . The midnight light . . . Always with a book . . . On to Hartford . . . One-half the family . . . Dance floor specialist . . . Intramural Council 3 . . . Hillel Society 3. CARLO PENSIERO Hartford . . . Mechanical Engineering . . . "Now you start from the atom" . . . Thinks he's a pool shark" . . . Talkative . . . Not interested in "dates" iso he saysj . . . Engineering Club 2, 3. EVELYN SHEFTEL "Butch" Meriden . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Sociology . . . Back from Cedarcrest, Pennsylvania . . . "Oh, kids, listen to this one" . . . Tolerant and conscientious . . . Lively and vivacious. WU QUONG New Haven . . . Engineering . . . Wine, women and song . . Modest . . . Pool shark . . . Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3. RITA SANGREE "Sangrilld" Milford . . . Sociology . . . Diplomacy plus , . . Green eyes . . . "Is it damp out?" . . . Smooth combinations . . . Personality, per- fume and poise . . . NUTMEG 1, 2 . . . Sociology Club 3 . . . Campy! 3 . . . Outing Club 3 . . . International Relations Club 3 . . . Montieth Arts 3 . . . S.A.M. 3. EDWARD FORBES SMILEY, ZND npibbyu Windham . . . Electrical Engineering . . . Commuter . . . "Still water runs deep" . . . Conscientious student . . . Uncontrollable blonde locks . . . Windham romance . . . Engineers' Club. 9 Q I' sg I s ,' sn 0 AST UNIT 1. ua... af fjfziuerdify 0 Qlfmecficzftf The rumors started in February. The Army was coming-soon. Probably by the middle of March the campus would be swarming with soldiers. The middle of March came. The ERC leftg there was no khaki to be seen. And we waited and we waited. Rumor was rife, and the mere pass- ing of an Army truck along the highway caused a condition bordering upon hysteria among the co-eds. But no soldiers. The first of june we packed and went home. And many a co-ed cast a last glance over her shoulder to make sure the Army had not sneaked onto campus the back way. And then the Army came. On june 19, the first contingent of some 400 students arrived and became the AST of the Univer- sity of Connecticut. The Army Specialized Training Division was established December 18, 1942 f0f the purpose of providing a continuous and ac- celerated How of high grade technicians and specialists needed by the Army. On june 5, the First Service Command in Boston issued the order activating the Pro- gram at the University of C0nr1CCtiCL1f Undef the command of Lieutenant Colonel George H. Passmore, Infantry, who was succeeded on September 27 by Major Michael F. Mof- fitt, F. A. . The boys of the AST have been with us for 10 months and have become a part of us. They have gone to our dances and cheered at our basketball games. Their own team has played for us in the Armory. 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' -v 4. -...,MN. y 4 A, 0 n: .5-: a'I.,':'3, vel Z, E' ' ' . , Q4 4 , , 'P Q' 0 'V s 4 4 . : w Xlim X ? O oar.. QM.. X2 oar.. P1-erident, Shirley Hunt, Vice-Preridenl, Roberta Slatteryg Recording Secrelary, Rachel Dawson, Correrponding Secretary, Marie C. Van Driestg T1'eu.rurer, Bertha Welte. Wemdem Betty Barstow, Marie Smith Billard, Myra Binks, Jean Parish Clarke, Marion Dalley, Rachel Dawson, Elizabeth Decker, Geraldine Ealahan, Marion Holmes, Shirley Hunt, Ruth Marvin, Rowena Matthews, Muriel McKay, Eunice Mehan, Mary Ann Metzler, Marguerite Richards, Roberta Slattery, Marie C. Van Driest, Agnes Waldron, Bertha Welte. lggalgeea Viola Beres, Lois Breyer, Catherine Bullock, Dorothy Durkin, Margaret Greenwood, Joan Hawley, Kathleen Holmes, Elaine Manyon, Claire May, Ruth Meyers, Fern DuPlessis, Marie Louise Schneider, Geraldine Selden, Charlotte Thomas. Thirty-four girls to vie for a seat in front of the fireplace in the new house-to catch the spell- brnding mood of the leaping flames and revel in a dream come true. This spring marks the first anniversary of Gamma Alpha chapter, May 15 to be exact, and a milestone of achievement for the few girls who were colonized in February of '43, Taking over the Phi Mu Delta house after just one full and rush-busy semester was a bit of Alice-in-Wcmnderland and PiIgrim's Progress rolled into one. The oilman and the plumber at the door-ficeman's been draftedj-the problem of making a once thoroughly masculine atmosphere feminine-and the exaltation of the pool sharks over the table in the "rumpus room"-and you have a minor in home economics. omega Dean, Lucille Lubowg Slzb-Dem, Miriam Apterg Scribe. Natalie Davidsong Trenrurer, Elaine Chausky Wemdera Miriam Apter, Ruth Azif, Rheta Baron, Elaine Chausky, Natalia Da 'ds , R Fl ' h ' Muriel Jainchill, Rosalie Lassman, Lucille Lubow, Elinor RosenstieiiflRc?QrlinilSiScl1LflSS fI1iildr?eSSl:'iliicl, Miriam Themper, Shirlee Weinbei'g, Lillian Zimmerman. i ' ' fgicfgeea Amy Alderman, Bluma Altman, Audrey Dobkin, Reva Dubowy, Rita Forcht, Grace Freedman Juliet Hersh, Ruthe Horwitz, Sylvia Hurwitz, Rhoda Kelman, Phyllis Kelmenson, Sylvia Lahn Evelyh Lass- man, Sydelle Levine, Anita Lewis, Zelda Nathanson, Esther Norwitz, Rowena Polinsky Faith Schu. pack, Ada Simonson, Leah Taylor. ' Thrilled at being the 31st chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi. First year in their new home-uni ue because of a cushioned window seat-and every record from Beethoven's Sth to Billy Holidf? 'S "Strange Fruit" . . . joys of the Navy, Army, and Marines . . . Sponsors of a successful Boiid Drive . . . Vivacious pledgees . . . A house full of Psych. majors . . . Proud of their campus activities . . . Clever minds yielding cleverer skits and songs . . . Clothes that set the style . . . A steady tele- phone buzz from New York to San Francisco . . . Long, brushed, glowing curls . . . They love bridge New York jaunts and Tilly to Willi . . . Marked by a smooth and poised manner. i sap gm. WA . . . W , V A I I 6L f oaw., Preridenr, Florence Andersong Vice-Preridenl, Vivian Rowzee, Secremry, Isabel Tappertg Trearurer, Virginia Joyce. Wemdera Florence Anderson, Jeanne Auray, Phyllis Bell, Virginia Butler, Ruth Cole, Helen Devine, Jeanne Duncan, Barbara Elliott, Nancy Fitzgerald, Charlotte Fitzroy, Vera Gabor, Flavia Harris, Virginia Joyce, Marion Lachman, Eleanor LaRivere, Yolanda Leiss, Helen Main, Virginia Olson, Ph llis Rooney, Vivian Rowzee, Arlene Steward, Isabel Tappert, Polly Thayer, Pauline Titus, Mary Elizabeth True, Marjorie Tuller, Betty Ventres, Lois Ventres, fyialgew Dorothy Barber, Jean Fanning, Virginia Forbes, Joan Guindrod, Gloria Johnson, Janet Main, Gloria Mazzola, Barbara Rebilland, Charlotte Rose, Joyce Stableford, Ester Tappert, Ann Vinci. Late addition to campus sorority life . . . Installed October 25, 1943 . . . Wear the diamond and four pearls . . . Amusing but confusing . . . Friendly . . . Love sentimental songs . . . Killarney roses and candlelight . . . Silver teas . . . Pal around in platoons . . . Enthusiastic over Church Cabin trips . . . All-around girls-known for everything from math majors to musicians . . . Not what we'd call glamorous, but full of the dickens . . . Cooperative, talented . . . Don't hear them say much about their sorority but their inner fire is ablaze. wgcem President, Virginia Halaping Vice-Prefidenl, Joyce Fraser, Trearurer, Dorothy Kane, Correrpanding Secremry, Jean Carter Sheag Recording Serremry, Doris Beaumont. memdem Ann Ackerman, Dorothy Barry, Doris Beaumont, Lynette Bishop, Harriet Brewer, Dorothy Carroll Eileen Collamore, Josephine DeNaples, Mildred Dewey, Glenn Dodd, Betty Due, Dorothy Edmunds, Joyce Fraser, Margarette Freeman, Jane Griswold, Virginia Halapin, Inez Hansen, Marjorie Herr: mann, Barbara Hugo, Mary Jane Ingham, Jane Irwin, Florence Jenusaitis, Dorothy Kane Shirley Krick, Lois Kurtze, Ruth Lampe, Marie Maurer, Mary Jane McGroary, Agnes Molloy Margaret d h M us Jane Novak Anne Pickett Lois VerVeer Pratt Jean Rocks Marjorie Sarratt, Muroc,Jane u,. ., l ," , , Jean Carter Shea, Barbara Smith, Mary Smith, Marjorie Turner, Dorothy Vogt, Helen Wand, Betty Willsey, Carolyn Wlreeler. fydcfgeea Jean Allen, Jean Blease, Lois Black, Phyllis Black, Ursula Dowling, Irene Dunbar, Edith Ford ' ' . V' ' 'a Garvey, Janet Green, Arline Hale, Barbara Harrison, Phyllis Hargreaves, Jane Patricia Fuss, rrgmr - I Hill Eleanor Jones, Joan Kelly, Marjorie King, Eleanor La Place, Jean Manchester, Eileen Mayer, Alice McMeekin, Joan Todd, Elinor Yergason. The campus has to run to keep up with them . . . First sorority-first national fraternity to enter U. of C .... Beauty isn't rationed there . . . Diamonds with wedding rings to match . . . Corner on the mails-and males . . . Love sends many gifts of roses . . . Coast-to-coast travel to see the Armed Service . . . U.S.O. originators on campus . . . Taking the male shortage gracefully with the help d vicemen . . SA.E sweetheart . . Perennial queens . Initiareg of the A.S.T.P. and furloughe ser . . . . U . , , I C s Hit Parades Contagious songs and novel parties . . . Collect freshmen as casually as t1e ampu . . . . . h' lse-little effort-great results . . . Abundance of red-heads . . . High Q, P, R5 they do everyt ing e -and not just because th'ey're popular with the young faculty set . . . Willi frequent haven . . . Unparagoned fraternity spirit. .JQLJUIOJ ejfrefa I Jaw Jaw mm UMCBP5 Preridenz, Jane Washburn, Vice-Prexidenl, Helen Rogers., Secremry, Bettina Siegalg Treasurer, Norma Johnson. Wemdem Barbara Baldwin, Martha Baldwin, Shirley Bamforth, Marion Barrows, Dorraine Bradley, Natalie Browning, Edith Carsten, Mary-Edith Chevallier, Carolyn Clark, Nancy Coggins, Phyllis Coplan, Ruthe Cunningham, Edna Dudley, Marion Duyser, Celeen Flynn, Nancy Fox, Nancy Giesen, Betty Gray, Eleanor Graham, Colleen Gronback, Jane Hickey, Cynthia Hough, Jane Hoyt, Marijane John- son, Norma Johnson, Lucille Kelly, Madalaine Laurencel, Margaret MacDonald, Janet Martinson, Patricia Merriman, Polly Miller, Laurel Monteith, Genevieve Moore, Alice Mott, Polly Nevers, Betty Nixon, Phyllis Odesious, Marilyn Olsen, Jean Parsons, Barbara Perkins, Marilyn Plingston, Eris Porterlield, Barbara Randall, Helen Rogers, Helen Sahn, Louise Schlotterbeck, Katherine Schroif, Bettina Siegal, Irene Slough, Constance Smith, Henrietta Spring, Claudia Stannard, Priscilla Storrs, Janice Tappin, Priscilla Tappin, Ann Tracy, Charlotte Warren, jane Washburn, Nancy Webb, Elaine Webster, Betty Jane Whitham, Janet Wilcox, Madalaine Wilcox. They're true to the blue and blue . . . To each other . . . And to thei ' . . . Socialites and students . . . Burn the midnight oil studying an bu -sessioning . . . Fraternity and service pins worn over the heart-underneath the golden key . . . Queens, B.W.O.C.s, and typical co-eds . . . "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" . . . They're still stringing along with "Terry and the Pirates" . . . specialize in long-distance telephone calls and lsigtiweek-ends . . . Love their house- mother . . . Their parties are unique, their singing is tops . . . And the freshmen love it . . . Have a passion for Fred Waring . . . Proudly display their sparkling diamond rings . . . Tall, short, blond, brunette . . . Each one different . . . Each one a Kappa. C2l"5 Prerident, Dorothy Nelsong Vire4Pre.ridwz!, Betty O'Brieng Tren.r1n'er, Virginia Meisenheimcr- Sen-0 tary, Dorothy Dix. ' Wemlm l Illith Chlpin Dorothy Div Barbara Hanley, Jean Hull, Elizabeth Leask Lois Gloria Carang o, 'c 1 , , , Lycliard, Esther Moss, Dorothy Nelson, Betty O'Brien, Rosemary Voos, Marie wlynne. mzgw B ' Dixon Marilyn Felske Lydia Lovell Mary Flizabeth Catherine Cronin, Nancy Dean, eatrice ' , . 3 5 , A Mclilroy, Ann Parks, Marjorie Pitt, Rosalie Reardon, Patricia Reed, Elaine Riehl, Dorothy Schwedler Loah Nan Stevens, Norma We1'delin. l It's a long walk, but it's worth it . . . Once they were few, now they are many . . . Polish their scholarship regularly . . . Spice up all the clubs . . . "Over at our house" . . . Sharp parties hayrides' . . . Not all glamour gals . . . "Wlie1'e will we eat tonight?" Always knitting and unknitting H Wcnl. everything they own to bed . . . Claim it couldn't be colder in an icebox . . . They've alll -ot buddies . . . Collect rings including "Mom" Letitia . . . Practically support the telephone compgn . . . Studying interferes with their education , . . W'ent national with the rest-October 9th, K y We Wa 1 Mai .Sigma Lyman 0!gC8I"1l Arflaon, Frieda Goodmang Vice-Archon, Rhoda Rosenberg, Burrar, Constance Rosenfeld, Scribe, Florence Sterling, Tribune, Charlotte Shain. managers Harriet Boltush, Marilyn Capitman, Virginia Cutler, Marion Glickman, Estelle Goldfarb, Frieda Goodman, Shirley Greenhouse, Rhoda Grodin, Arlene Jacobson, Frieda Kramer, Molloe Lee, Selma Mag, Pearl Miller, Marjorie Ollston, Joy Palmer, Phyllis Pearl, Cynthia Peiser, Elayne Rose, Rhoda Rosenberg, Constance Rosenfeld, Evelyn Scheckner, Charlotte Shain, Evelyn Sheftel, Muriel Sheitelman, Louise Reback Weingrad, Gertrude Werner. IQALJWM Devera Birger, Lee Blonder, Sylvia Borodad, Bernice Brighton, Judith Freedman, Frances Friedman, Shirley Furshpan, Helen Gershon, Theodora Kaplan, Bernice Kaufman, Harriet Leibman, Rebecca Levine, Naome Melney, Arlene Older, Natalia Radom, Marilyn Reback, Rita Rosen, Roslyn Rosner, Mildred Sanders, Enid Shapiro, Tinette Sherman, Shirley Silver, Adele Silverman, Rhoda Simmons, Gloliia Turchin, Shirley Waldemere, Carolyn Weinstein, Marilyn White, June Zeckendorf, Jacqueline Zip in. l The house down the road with the winding walk . . . They're their own interior decorators . . . Both quality and quantity . . . They're always happy . . . Burn the midnight oil having bull sessions galore . . . Priority on long-distance calls . '. . The P. O. makes money while they keep up that heavy correspondence . . . They reap rewards too . . . Their mail box never needs dusting . . . Extra- curricular activities intrigue them . . . A.S.T.P. U.S.O. center . . . Get Q. P.'s like a breeze . . . Wise and witty, and winsome too . . . Shoot to Willi at the slightest provocation . . . What the college girl should wear . . ."Mademoiselle" or "Vogue" . . . Cherish their Sphinx . . . Easy to get along with. ofrw, President, Hope DeMoreg Vice-Prarizlefzl. Mary Bolang Trmmrer, Catl " H -' . . . ing Serremry, Virginia Swift, Rerordifzg Serrenwy. Ann Mikulich. mme Ouuglmi Cmmrpond' WQMAEPJ Inez Abel, Laura Andisio, Agnes Anthony, Ruth Beers, Ann Bennett, V" ' ' Bl k - M' erva Bristol, Margaret Brundage, Patricia Confrey, Hope DeMore, Bz11'lSl5i1nlgi'apelS, in Muriel Eddy, Catherine Fellows, Alyce Fenn, Elizabeth Francis, Helen Fuel, Loi , -, ' . Healy Gill, Elizabeth Glass, Patricia Grant, Lois Holcomb, Catherine Hotrr-igahhlljililzitlieglilnl-Faflet Lareine Kinstler, Susan Lewis, Thelma Lovdal, Gloria Marion, Harriet May, jane 'MeKSt-mn Eil ei McQuaid, Mary Meegan, Priscilla Merchant, Ann Mikulich, jean Moffett, Patricia Pearsoni Mar-'Sin Rollins, Constance Simmers, Norma Smyth, Grace Sweeton, Virginia Swift, Elizabeth Traggis Mai-il lc T" Vivian Tuthill, Elizabeth Underwood, Carol Vath, Marcia Wadhams, Dorothy Warner Gr-ale! upp, Webster, Mary Wiemann, Helen Whipple, Elizabeth Wright. fgdafgeea Millicent Carlson, Gay Davis, Pauline Englehart, Alice Farr, Janet Freitag, oan F-- - at . ' ' Cl . lem Holt, Dorothy jones Marjorie Lewis Mary 'ifxnn Dorothy Gladwin, 'mr . , , Carol McCormick, Lydia Mikulich, Nadia Mikulich, jean OBrien, Barbara Olsson, Joyce Pond Cor. nelia Robinson, Lorraine Ulricch. Angels in disguise . . . Fanatic attic . . . Aim to be attractive but not an attraction . , Frida ' bl and racious atmosphere with house mother to match . . . The alarin clocli frolics . . . Hospita e . gn chorus . . . "Who's your peanut?" . . . Proud of their national Settlement School . . . Sleeping-porch Symposiums . . Fireside chats with "him" via airmail . . . Heterogeneous, hectic and happy l t . . Coffee rinds . . The click but are notla A fiveipound box of chocolates always on t1e way . g , , Y W s of the Whitney white . . . Sport specialists but mostly for fun . . . Straight clique . . . earer I shooters with golden arrows and beaux in all the armed services. LEM I .!450AOL QLWQWQGL M10 Omdelki . Noble Ruler, Eugene J. Kelleyg Vice-Noble Ruler, Leland C. Gatesg Trearurer, Xavier F. Morkusg Secretary, E. Donald Duhamel. Wemdem Norman Benedict, William Bolger, Allan B. Campbell, Nelson C. Corcoran, jr., Eugene J. Dorsi, E. Donald Duhamel, Walter Facito, Leland C. Gates, Eugene J. Kelley, Eugene L. Martin, S. Aubrey McGann, Kenneth McLaughlin, John T. Moran, Xavier F. Morkus, Thomas J. O'Neil, Robert C. Ring, Daniel Sullivan, jr., Harold W. Wilson, Charles Zwick. The former local Sigma Alpha Pi Fraternity became the Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho in 1922, Since that time, 385 men have been initiated into the fraternity. They proudly display a service Hag . . . Their four honorably discharged service men keep the fellows awake nights with their tall tales . . . Mostly Business and Government majors . . . Cosmopolitans . . . Have their own system of cataloging records . . . Create committees just so every man can be a chairman . . . Noted for their unusual nicknames . . . Have more cars than any other group on campus, ask Oliicer Cable . . . Can't talk enough about their house mother . . . Their goal is to keep up their past traditions in spite of the war. OMCEPJ V Prerident, William Marcusei Vice-Prarideni, Leonard Rinaldig Serrelary-Trenrurer, Edward Planz. WZMAZPJ Herbert Levy, William Marcuse, Edward Planz, Leonard Rinaldi, Richard Siegal. fpiclgeea Samuel Altschuler, Michael Niekrash. Wear their seven-pointed star proudly . . . Looking forward to that post-war house . . . Serving their country' "en masse" . . . "Hey Fellows, when do we eat?" . . . Dress conservatively, sharply k- d . Al a s broke but never fail to lend and always different . . . Enjoy their church cabin wee en s . . w y a helping hand . . . Small, but voice opinions with gusto. what Jaw I .JQLIOPUL Lyman C8l'6 f Grand Marzer, Allan Rogers, Grand Procarator, Robert Blackmang Grand Marzer of Ceremonier Frank Rogers, Grand Srribe, Paul Maynardg Grand Treasurer, Albert Moquet. Wemdem Robert B. Blackman, john J. Kosturak, Consolato G. Malavenda, Paul L. Maynard, Alan S. Miner Albert R. Moquet, Carl W. Nielsen, Robert G. Owens, Alan L. Rogers, Frank E. Rogers, Robert C Scott, Eugene G. Seems, joseph J. Urbanetti, Erroll L. Williams. pgcfgeea Walter Alesevich. In the Spring of '42, the local Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity, better known as "Shakes," became the Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Kappa Sigma. Kappa Sigma is the second largest national fraternity. Those bow ties! . . . Their social aflfairs are second to none . . . And their week-end house parties are the envy of the campus . . . Take pride in their dance bands . . . Famous for their red leather furniture and green lights . . . Are not curve raisers but who cares about marks? . . . A great house for eating . . . Campus serenaders . . . Forever singing the praises of their house mother . . . Noted for their genuine friendliness. J x Ofgcem Frazer Superior, Everett Seltzerg Trearurer, e Correrponding Serrelnry, David Berdon. L 0 Kivelewifli Rewfdiflg Serfemry, Herbert Simong Wemdem David D. Berdon, Irving Bernstein, Calvin Bronerwine, Raymond Cohen, Sherman Galin Elliot B Gantmacher,.Bernard Hillman, Chester Katzman, Leo Kivelewitz, Arthur Konick, Sanforizl Kravitz' b L. S' Alv'n Sohn, Samuel Spitz, Haig Mahakian, Harvey Schulman, Everett H. Seltzer, Her ert rmon, 1 Milton Sorokin, William Glotzer. !9Lalgee5 Burton Diamond, Samuel Dubrow, Edward Gipstein, Lester Hankin, Louis Leiberman, Allan Leslie Alvin Levine, Donald Levine, Sidney Magid, Herbert Martin, jack Steinberg, Bernard White, Sidney Weinberg, Harold Zuckerman. H. M. S. Phi Ep . . . All hands on deck! . . . Last stop before Providence . . . So far and yet so near . . . Brooks clothes and brown shoes, all the time-Erstwhile tellers of tales . . . Dine and dance in the Blue Room . . . Bait or be baited . . . Maestros of mad and merry music . . . Let's hitch to Whitney! . . .Indivisible individualists . . . Wake me up for dinner! . . . Enigmatic but energetic Unbroken rushing traditions . . . Gargantuous gourmets . . . Tea and crumpets at ten , "Th A " i ' Served by Mom . . . First national on the hill . . . Gentlemen . . . e ces. I WAZ Qaida XQAJ Sigma ibegfa ofa., President, Sidney Bendellg Vice-Preridenz, Ezra Saul, Wemdem Sidney Bendell, Emanuel Chasnoif, Robert Gruenberg, Franklyn Litsky, Alfred Litwin, Ezra Saul, Philip Silver. fpgalgeea Edward Miller, Lester Neiditz, Charles Schwartz. Uncle Sam called . . . Phi Sig answeredg most went, some remained . . . Former domain now a G. I. palace-new headquarters located in Beachg sub-station, Libraryg sub-sub station, any telephone booth . . . Gas shortage restricts "activities" to two hundred mile radius-but the "boys" manage somehow . . . Soon to initiate Connecticut Chapter of Crystal Gazers-come around if you want to see the future . . . Yes, also meet the neophyte esthetes . . . They who sing of the blue-clad Bard . . . As extra-curricular activity, great exponents of jungle warfare . . . Fantastic party givers . . . Ellervescent, frank. C8l'5 Preridenf. William J. A. DeMariag fre- 1 Kingg Secretary, Leonard S. Pitts. V' P'e.ride1z1. Keith R. Christiansong Trer1.r1n'er, Gordon A, WBMAZPJ Frank J. Abbadessa, George E. Adamy, Frank J. Alexander, II, Richard E. Blake, Keith R. Christian- son, William J. A. DeMaria, Leona1'd E. Dupras, Walter E. Gaipa, Wallace P. Hackett, Walter R. Hayter, Jr., Robert J. Jeffries, Stuart W. johnson, Gordon A. King, Richard A. King, Earl W, Knofla, Andrew Love, Julius M. Markiewicz, Arthur M. Martin, George A. McLeary, Jr., John M. ' ' ll ' ., Atthurj Monde Charles R Odermann Charles H. Phoenix, Milazzo, Carl William Moe ei, jr ' . , . , ' N 'man R. Pratt, Harry T. Pryplesh, joseph D. Randazzo, Eugene Leonard S. Pitts, Robert H. Pope, oi - J. Richter, Robert H. Starr, Alan F. Tobie, james V. Trumbull, Wrllirtin S. Wood, Benjamin R, Woodley, Frank E. Zimmerman, jr. xanga Robert Tribelhorn, Anthony LaBella. f A E on October 9th 1943 The largest social fraternity in the Became the 112th chapter o S. . . , . . . . world . . . Major in social life-minor in school work . . . Supply the bulk of the basketball squad . . . Intramural football champions . . . What would Wliitney Cafeteria do without them? . . .A language all their own . . . Great contributions to Uncle Sam's Navy . . . Politicians deluxe . . , f d on campus Serve breakfast in the house every Sunday morning . . . The finest set o recor s . . . . Keep the house spotlessly clean . . . Never a dull moment-that's S.A.E. Lyman 62045514 I igWL6L OMCBPJ - Comul, William H. Edgertong Proronrul, Frederick T. Winn, Jr.g Qzmefzor, George P. Montanog Annotator, Norman C. Holmberg. Wemdem Allan R. Beaudoin, William N. Benjamin, jr., Edward S. Budzik, jay A. Curtis, james E. Donahue, William H. Edgerton, Robert E. Eno, H. Edward Foerch, Dean L. Goss, Harry R. Grohs, Oliver M. Hart, Kirk Hatsian, Thomas H. I-linchliff, Norman C. Holmberg, Thomas A. Jackson, Kenneth C. Lewis, Wallace Luchuk, George P. Montano, Christos C. Pappas, Russell C. Potter, Walter J. Rajewski, Herbert A. Schultz, Emil Seckas, Frederick T. Winn, Jr. lyicfgeea Frank Sproviero. Spirit is still the keynote . . . But blue and gold are the colors they prize now . . . Cosmopolitan . . . Athletes, brains, and Willi hounds . . . informal nights by the fire . . . Sweetheart formals . . . Distinctive decorations . . . The talk of the campus . . . Sugar and meat point hunters . . . "Here comes your date now" . . . Quietly proud of their national aliiliation . . . Bull sessions "on the higher plane" . . . But It's still "Hail to Alpha Phi." OMCZPJ Pferident, Walter Bristolg Vice-Preridenl, john W. Foley, jr., Trearurer, Gregory Battickg Secretary, Nicholas Randazzo. memgem Victor A. Anderson, Joseph R. Barrasso, Gregory D. Battick, Walter M. Bristol, Lawrence J. Carboni, Russell B. Dart, Domenic DiDomizio, Martin Fagan, Frederick Feibel, john W. Foley, jr., Otto R. Hain, Nathan S. Hale, Norman C. Hellman, Russell Hunter, Alex V. lllyn, Matthew T. A. Kurzawa, Robert W. Larson, William E. Lattanzi, Alexander J. F. Lazuk, joseph G. Marek, James G. Miller, Joseph J. Mishley, Stanley G. Nurczyk, Nicholas J. Ranclazzo, Walter B. Scranton, Elwood A. Titcomb. So there's a war on! So the "X" boys go on carrying the fight. Only this time for keeps against "the" boys over across. True, their numbers are fewer on account of the war, but no falling off of "X" spirit . . . Still stocking that trophy room with trophies, plus! . . . Operators and poli- ticians-but definitely . . . Consistent breakfasters now, too . . . Activity plus along slip-stick lines . . . The U.S.O. of U-Conn campus-sure there's room . . . Always a great welcome when the older "X" boys find their way back from Guadalcanal, Munda, or what have you? . . . They are all over the world-joined together by an indelible "X" spirit! ignfm I an 1065414 PAL Omliefd Cbancellar, Arnold Voloshing Vice-Claancellor, Howard Zolang Scribe, Murray Dryerg Bursar, Nor- man Katz g Correrponding Serrezary, Maurice Shechter. WZWLZBPJ Seymour Black, Irving Bogdanoff, Murray Dryer, Marvin Edelman, Aaron Feigen, Philip Gladstein, Werner Grune, H. Ruel Katz, Norman Katz, Erwin Lieff, H. Paul Mayer, Theodore Noliboff, Alex- ander Pinkes, George Rosenblit, Stanley Rosoff, Norton Ross, Maurice Shechter, Harry Sheketolf, Allan Sovitsky, Joseph Stern, Arnold Voloshin, Howard Zolan. pdalgeefi Stedman Herman, Leonard Kanter, Simon Magid, Samuel Pinkes, Herbert Smithline, Leonard Udolf. House near campus-ideally located . . . Purple and white always waving . . . Conservative and well-liked . . . High Q. P. R.s and fun besides . . . Noted for their parties . . . Every year they pick a sweetheart . . . Musically inclined . . . Homogeneous and yet they get around . . , Football on the lawn . . . Represented in all the foreign ports . . . Loyalty is their outstanding characteristic . . . Good organizers . . . Always having a good time. ' OMCBM Prerident, Robert L. Cleveland, Vice-Preridenl, Frederick W. Helmingg Serremry, Ralph T. Carlson, Trearurer, Frederick I. Chapman, Correrponding Secremry, Edward Adamy. memdem . Edward Adamy, Angelo Adonna, Edward Baldyga, William Barclay, Robert Bitzer, Arthur Broad- bent, Ralph Carlson, Frederick Chapman, Robert Cleveland, Eric Davis, Charles Gordon, Frederick Helming, Harold Hull, Paul Kammerer, Robert Fuller, Benjamin Mattheson, Michael Morris, Walter Sadowski, Walter Schroder, Edward Slanitz, Robert Sprague, Roger Whitney, George Williams, Stewart Young. The local Pi Alpha Pi Fraternity became the Alpha Pi Chapter of Theta Xi, the first engineering fraternity in the country, on February 6, 1943. House full of engineers . . . Plenty of cars but no gas . . . Have Service Club week-ends . . . Fond of bull sessions that last until the early hours of the morning . . . Coffee plus a "light" snack at twelve . . . Song composers . . . You name it and they can sing it, at least they say they can . . . Wherever you see one you see a gang . . . Have an exclu- sive bachelor's club that makes Saturday night trips to Willi . . . Q. P. collectors . . . Excellent teachers in the art of pool playing . . . Loyalty to the nth degree and plenty of fraternity spirit. lard 26 Last year was a great one for the Sum- mer School at the University. Each year the summer session has attracted more and more students, and 1943 brought forth a record attendance. Due to the accelerated program which was recently inaugurated here and in other colleges throughout the country, this year's enrollment in the Summer School far exceeded that of 1942. In past years, the summer enrollment was primarily made up of-graduate students and the students who found it necessary to make up credits. However, in 1943 the situation changed. At this time, students taking ac- celerated courses in order to shorten the cus- tomary four years attendance were in the majority. IfLlf1fLWfL8lf' eaaion This enlarged enrollment necessitated the opening of many buildings previously never used during the summer session. Whitney dormitory housed men students and also women doing post-graduate work. Sprague was open for girls, and Holcomb for men. Theta Xi, Sigma Chi, Phi Epsilon Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Nu, Pi Beta Phi, and Kappa Alpha Theta were also open. Even with the relatively small number of men on campus, fraternity life went on as usual. There was a formal rushing period followed the traditional pledging activi- ties. Kappa Sigma had an extensive social program which included hayrides, picnics, and a formal dance. S.A.E. also had a sum- mer formal as a part of their planned activi- ties. And the boys in Holcomb contributed their bit toward entertaining the campus by putting on a play in Holcomb drawing room. Intramurals flourished, there was a strong rivalry between the houses and the dormi- tories. There were campetitions between the faculty and the students in softball and ten- nis. The tennis courts were always busy, and the pool was no less crowded. As usual, social life did not suffer because of classes. The student body and the faculty attended a mass picnic on the athletic field. Saturday night "Vic" dances at the Armory helped to get everyone acquainted. The stu- dents, acting as hostesses and workers, ran a canteen at the Comm house for the newly arrived soldiers. The 1943 Summer Session will undoubt- edly go down in the annals of the University as one of the most lively summer sessions on record. I Louise Sehlottcrbeck Margrarotlo Fri-oman JonnlM:xtnsi,k Assn:-ialo Editor Floischauer LTIEIIILKIIILC Editor Co-Ed Iiditoi' Miriam Aptei' Ruth Azif Bob Bitzer Harriett Brewer Minerva Bristol Virginia Butler Dot Carroll Elaine Chausky Natalie Daviclso jo DeNaples Rose Fleishcr fl XVilliam lienjumin Assistant Bnxincss Jeanne Flynn Joan Freyre Flo jenusaitus Mary Lou Kehoe Ruth Lampe Mollie Lee Sydell Levine Lucy Lubow Happy May Pat MacKown Marilyn Olsen ,le Wufmeg agile! Alyco Form Art ldrlitoi' linis Porterfielcl Vivian Rowzee Joyce Rudes Muriel Sheitelman Roberta Slattery Connie Smith Barbara Stone Rita Strakna Helen Taylor Polly Thayer Kirk Hatsian Sports Editor Alan Toby Marjorie Tullcr Marge Turner Bettie Underwood Carol Vath Grace Webster Shirlee Weinbei'g Rose Wliite Lillian Zimmerman airs Mr eer Huff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 67Jg8l"1f'0lfL ia X M. BUSINESS MANAGER THE 1944 NUTMEG is an attempt to present a continuous picture of University life during the past year. Our Sole aim has been to record all the outstanding events that have occured during the college year. Lfffffe A Editor:-in-Cl9ief.' Marvin B. Edelman Bu.tine.f.r Mtmngen' Rita Sangree Staff Editor: Natalie Torchinsky Newt Editor: Harriet A. May Sports Editor: Kirk Hatsian Arrirtfmt Sports Editor: Frank Litsky onnecficwlf Camlotfw The Cotzfzettimt Ctzmpm has undergone many war-time changes, but in spite of all of these, the staff has never missed an issue. The editorial post has changed hands three times during the past yearg Edith Wollenberg took over the editor's chair when Editor Harold Solomon was inductedg Inez Hansen became editor in the fall upon Edith W'ol1enberg's gradua- tion. In January, Co-editors Marvin Edelman and Jewell Lieberman took over the editorial post and have continued on in the traditional Ctwtjutf fashion. Under this new editorial regime, the twice-a-week policy was resumed. In spite of the lack of experienced reporters, The Cofztzectitnt Ctzmptrr has continued to be a student's paper4by the students and for the students. and Jewell C. Lieberman Aduertiring Mamzger: Ruth Azif Arrirtant Bllfilldff Mt1nnger.' Joan Matasik Distribution Mtfmtger: Bettie Underwood Stlbrrriptiotz Mnnngen Marjorie Turner Arrixtant Ad1ferti.ring Mnmzgen' Phyllis Seigal Z8 C6LlfIfLl0lflf:5 .Sid K JVLZZ Ny6-U'L6elfL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF H150 xgztlfbgfee BUSINESS MANAGER CLIAULVL 8 nian EM A C0-MANAGING EDITOR Jawa!! Oggigerman CO-MANAGING EDITOR Ofirerr: Hope De More, Secremryy Norman Heilman, Preridenzg Norma Johnson, Central Treamrer. Memberr: Dorrine Bradley, Keith Christianson, Alyce Finn, Dorothy Kane, Agnes Malloy, Thomas O'Neil, Helen Satin, Eve Seltzer, Henrietta Spring, Arnold Valoshin, Betty Willsey. Ex-Officio Membern Patricia Confrey, Muriel Glickman, Al Rogers. The Student Senate supports the various student activity groups on campus and regulates student conduct. It was the foster-parent of the Blood Bank campaign in the fall. The response for this was excellent but there was a mix-up in the number who could be accommodated on the buses. Again with an eye to the war, the Senate conducted a War Loan drive at the Connecticut-Yale game and the sum collected amounted to Jll2,700. One of the most interesting issues on the docket is the formu- lation of an organization for men on the campus, working along the lines of the W.S.G.A. This is an attempt to meet problems of the increased enrollment after the war. .gifoacfenlf QDLVLCI: i Ojirerrr Patricia Confrey, Pre.riden1,' Dorothy Kane, Secretary' Alyce Fenn, TI'l:'llJ'lH'6V',' Miss Rogers, Adzfimr. Members: Martha Baldwin, Dorrine Bradley, Hope De More, Joyce Fraser, Patricia Grant, jane Griswold, Inez Hansen, Norma johnson, Molly Lee, Molly Malloy, Margaret Murdock, Dorothy Nelson, Helen Satin, Henrietta Spring, Dorothy Stone, Carolyn Wheele1', Betty Willsey. In order to carefully induct the freshman class of '47 into our halls and refresh the memories of many upperclasswomen, the W.S.G.A. assembled the "maddening crowd" early in the fall, and talked "turkey" about rules to be observed. This governmental house, cloaking the house council and athletic association, is still the champion of the co-eds to the point of introducing all the gals to representatives from the Spars, Waves, Marines, and WEICS in February. Witli a constant eye on affairs on our campus, the W.S.G.A. is sending Happy Spring and Pat Confrey to the University of Vermont sometime in April to take part in the Conference of New England Student Governments. 0l4fL9lfLi'l s.qQlfLJ6lfLf QUQVVLWQQVLZ' .!Q550CL6LfL0lfL Weimar 0mt'E1'J',' Eugene Kelly, Pre.ridenl,' Keith Christianson, Secretary-Treamrer. Me11zber.r.' Edward Baldyga, Richard Blake, Ralph Carlson, Manuel Chasnoff, Robert Cleveland, Vifilliam Cornish, James Donahue, Donald DuHamel, John Foley, Robert Fuller, Philip Gladstein, Robert Gruenberg, Oliver Hart, Norman Heilman, Thomas Hinchcliff, Michael Hourigan, Sanford Kravitz, Willizlm Marcuse, Merle Pond, Leonard Rinaldi, Allan Rodgers, Ezra Saul, Everett Seltzer, Harry Sheketoff, Raymond Skoglund, Frank Zimmerman, Arnold Voloshin. The Mediator is the regulating council of all the fraternities on campus. It is composed of two representatives from each fraternity. In former years, the job of coordinating fraternity policies was a much greater responsibility than it is now. The wartime objective of the Mediator is to keep alive fraternity spirit. They have accomplished this end partly by keeping in touch with fraternity men in the Service. In accordance with tradition, the Mediator sponsored the Greek Letter Dance this year. can ,JQQKLMC oomci Offrerzr: Marjorie Sarratt, Pre,ridef1l.' Barbara Draper, Recording Serrelm'y,' Marion Glickman, Cor- rerponding Sefrelmjf. Members: Miriam Apter, Marion Dalley, Geraldine Ealahan, Dorothy Edmunds, Barbara Elliott, Elizabeth Leask, Lucille Lubow, Marjorie Olston, Vivien Rowzee, Janice Tappin, Henrietta Spring, Rosemary Voos, Grace Webste1'. A new constitution and by-laws were drawn up this year by the Council that will cover all national fraternities. This is the first year that all the sororities have been national. A new Rush Compact was also formed in accordance with National Panhellenic rules. The Wlorkshop Conference was established for the discussion of fraternity problems by active and alumnae fraternity women. I Memberr: Druidf active on mmpu.r.' Keith Christianson, Norman Heilman, Everett Seltzerg Druidr in the Armed Serzfices: Charles Molloy, Michael Prisloe, David Sheehan. The Druids are a unique and powerful group-unique in that they are the only secret organization on campus, powerful in that their influence is felt in every major student activity. They initiate, reform, and guide student opinion and conduct with "service to the alma mater" as the aim. One of their chief functions is the analysis and betterment of student, faculty, and administration relations. Chosen by the members of the previous year for their ability, leadership, and deep interest in their fe'low students and the university, the Druids are unknown until the end of a year of service. Although three of tht' group left for the Armed Services, the three active members met the mounting :responsibilities of a wartime campus and carried on in the manner of this traditional, honorary raternity. LDPMZJA EVERETT SELTZER KEITH CHRISTIANSON NORMAN HEII MAN Often: Inez Abel, Pre.ridenz,' Hope DeMore, Serremry and Tre. urerg Norma johnson, Keeper of Laurel Tree,' Mrs. Wisloh, Family Adrfixor. Olber Memberr: In,.. Hansen, Patricia Confrey. The Laurels have certainly done their part, and done it well, in making the A.S.T. boys fe lt home and enjoy their stay here. They sponsored the Twilight Dances at the Community I-it e every Tuesday and Thursday evening. This gave the men a chance to meet the co-eds on cami The U.C.A. milk bar that the Laurels assisted in making a success added a great deal to can., 4 evenings. The dining hall line situation was becoming exasperating until the Laurels remedied that. W'ith a few assistants wearing white arm bands, the lines could be kept moving. The Mortar Board is not planning to enlarge its membership until after the war, but the Laurels will be accepted then. Ctlftlfe 5 A02 ,MAO in Q ff meficcm niuemified Lo age! Memberr: Ine" Abel, Patricia G. Confrey, Hope A. DeMore, Inez Hansen, Norman C. Heilman, Norma D. Johnson, Charles B. Molloy, Jr., Michael P. Prisloe, Mazjorie Sarratt, Everette Seltzer. Who's 'Who is a catalogue of the outstanding students and leaders of important American colleges and univerrities. The-tcatalogue is publisl-ed tl provide the employers of the United States with a listing of the students with exceptional l. dership abilities. University of Connecticu' students are recommended for membership by the Student Senate. Emphasis for selection is based on character and exceptional extra-curricular activity and participation. Other qualifications for membership are sch nlarship and the possibility of future usefulness to business and society. amma gaaign X y Ojficerr: James Donahue, Pre.ridenz,' 'Inez Abel, Secretary-Trea.rurer,' Howard D. Newton, Faculty Adviror. Memberr: Jack Bailin, Randolph Bishop,'Arthur Blumberg,..Iarry Bowen, Shirey Stickler Cjersten, Hope DeMore, Louise Dewey, Ray Dixon, Inez Hansen, Sydney Jaffee, Norma Johnson, Joe Kagan, james Muthig, Lawrence Perry, Helen Savje, Estelle Shapiro, Doris Stevenson, Gordon Tasker, Richard Thurston, Russell Solorow, jane Wasl1bui'n, Miriam Wei ld, Bee Willsey, M. Dorrit Wilner. ' ' Founded by President Beach in 1919, the fraternity has as its purpose the recognition and promo- tion of high scholastic standing, participation in university' activities and the encouragement of good'citizenship. It is an honorary organization whose members are chosen by the unanimous approval of its present members on the basis of quality point ratio and extra-curricular activity. To be considered for membership a student must have completed live semesters of college work. Any' second semester senior having a quality point ratio of 35 or more is automatically recognized as a member. Mezzzbern Dorothy Boehm, Carolyn Clark, Edward Davis, Nancy Fox, Robert Lawson, Molly Legier, Alice McMeekin, Edward Miller, Mary Smith, Jeanette Stone, Grace Sweeton. The Carollers, under the direction of Mr. Yingling, are a group selected because of their excep- tional singing ability. Despite the fact that there are only four members having previous experience they have done very well. The group is outstanding from the standpoint of workmanship and effect of ensemble. They sing every Christmas time at a special Christmas program and at other times throughout the year both on and off campus. They work along with the other musical organizations to foster a greater appreciation for music at the University. KMPOAPJ Memlzerf: Anne Almond, Effie Bradley, Lois Breyer, Ruth Cole, Pvt. Oscar Conner, Grace Rose Cotton, Gay Davis, Russell DeCoursey, Burton Diamond, Pvt. 'Larry Dittmer, Marion Duyser, M. L. Gabriel, Jean Gentry, Pvt. William Hutchins, Mae Claire jubin, Charlotte Kershner, Yoland Leiss, Alice McMeekin, Esther Moss, Barbara H. Perkins, Paul E. Pfeutze, Samuel Pinkes, Louella Pratt, Ruth Suisman, Elwood Tipcomb, Safford Torrey. The University Orchestra is composed of a group of students who have special ability in instru- mental music. It was reorganized this year with Rubin Seagal of the Hartt School of Music as director and Yolanda Leiss as concert mistress. Through the efforts of its president, jean Gentry, it has grown from an organization which existed in name only to its present size. UPCAQI5 fl"6L Le CM Ofrerxr Ruth Cole, Pre.ridenf,' Janet Tracy, Serrelm'y,' Nancy jones, Libnrrim2.' Kathleen Coolidge, Cathrine Masi, I3f1.ri11e.r.r Mnnagenr. Membern Jennie Bolash, Shirley Busk, jean Bouteiller, Mary Carpenter, Natalie Case, joan Christie, Carrie Clark, Ruth Cunningham, Gertrude DeLeo, Marion Duyser, Helen Frey, Marion Geigner, Elaine Gordon, Dorothy Gunther, Norma johnson, Pat Merriman, Nancy Payne, Marilyn Tripp, Betty Wright, Molly Legier. The Glee Club began the year as a mixed chorus but soon disbanded because of the lack of male voices. Later it was reorganized as a girls' club under the direction of Mr. Yingling. They give a yearly concert, usually in conjunction with one of the other musical organizations. ae ,aa Q66 a s 9, 96 ., , B, 8, 99. . CAOW Oficenr: Richard King, Pr-e.ride11z,' Grace Sweeton, Serremryg Gordon King, Bn.rine.r.r Manager: Esther Moss, Librarian' Professor Robert W. Yingling, Direrlor. Memberm Soprfmor: Gladys Clapps, Phyllis Coplan, Nancy Dean, Constance Dimock, Murill Eddy, Betty Francis, Dorothy Glad- win, Elizabeth Glass, Margaret Greenwood, Lois Holcomb, June Ladd, Anita Lagerstrom, Eleanor LaPlace, Alice McMeeken, Virginia Meisenheimer, Polly Miller, Esther Moss, Dorothy Nelson, Nancy Parker, Jean Randall, Mary Smith, Jeanette Stone, Elizabeth Traggis, Marilyn Tripp, Betty Ventres, Lois Ventres, Grace Webster. Altar: Gertrude Anderson, Martha Baldwin, Myra Binks, Virginia Black, Carolyn Bliss, Peggy Brundage, Barbara Burden, Phyllis Calhoun, Millicent Carlson, Edith Chapin, Patricia Confrey, Nancy Fox, jean Gentry, Barbara Hanley, Shirley Hunt, Dorothy Tones, Shirley Krick, Anna Kozeff, Molly Legier, Jean Marion, Rowena Mathews, Ethel Maynard, Carol McCormick, Barbara McGill, Patricia Pearson, Marjorie Pitt, Midge Richards, Cornelia Robinson, Alice Stevens, Dorothy Stone, Grace Sweeton, Betty Torrell, Rosemary Voosf Tenant.- Bob Larson, Paul Maynard, Pvt. David McCarkle, Edward Miller, Pvt. Ranel Smith, Dick Vargrshe. Ba.r.re.r.' Robert Blackman, Pvt. Charles Burton, Nelson Corcoran, Ed Davis, Pvt. Stephen johnson, Pvt. Howard jones, Gordon King, Richard King, Aubert Lavastida, Raymond Lee, Pvt. Maynard Oie, Pvt. Walter Schuner, Pvt. Glover Wells. The University Choir of 1943-44, under the very able leadership of Professor Robert W. Ying- ling, was the largest in history with eighty-five members, students and A.S.T. men. This choir furnishes all the music for the Storrs Congregational Church while college is in session. The usual outside activities have been somewhat curtailed this year because of the war and lack of transporta- tion. The traditional "Seven Last Words" was given in Danbury this year on Good Friday. At one time some of the members were making weekly trips, via jeeps and army convoy trucks, to provide weekly music for the soldiers at Camp Fernow, The choir offers to every student on campus the chance to belong to a musical organization and to receive the spiritual benefits gained from partici- pation in the religious services. 0FiL'EfJ'.' Betty Willsey, Pre.ridenl,' Betsy Due, Vice-P1'e.ridem,' Inky Abel, Ser1'elm'y,' Billie Billard, Trea.f1zrer,' Mary Weimann, Crmce.r,ri0n.r Cbfzirmun. Memberu Gert Anderson, Laura Andisio, Miriam Apter, Margaret Healy Gill, Harriet Brewer, Peg Brunclage, Phyllis Black, Caroline Cowles, Phyllis Coplan, Gladys Claps, Jean Duncan, Catherine Fellows, Pat Grant, Marge Lewis, Eleanor jones, joan Matasik, Esther Moss, jane McKernan, Joyce Pond, Dot Stone, Jeanette Stone, Louise Schlotterbeck, Nancy Welulu, Rose Wl1ite, Ann Wheadcmn, Ruth Wilscmn, Carol Vath, Helen Wzlnd. The VVomen's Varsity Club is open to all co-eds who have won two or more major awards in varsity sports. In previous years, numerals have been given out at a banquet held at the Nathan Hale Hotel. This year, however, a small social affair took the place of the more elaborate pre-war dinner. Wlmen U-Conn had a football team, the Varsity Club ran the hot dog concession, but they still reserve the honor of ushering at basketball games, and sponsoring "Vic" dances in the Armory after the games. amen? uaraify 0yYicer,r.' Dorothy Stone, Preridenl: Peg Brundage, Serremry-Tr'eu,rm'er.' Ruth Billard, S,l1or1,r Clmir- man. Betty Gray, Senior Repre.renln1izfe,' Betty Leask, junior Repre.fenmli1fe,' Peg Brundage, Sopho- more Repre.ref1mii1fe,' Phyllis Black, Frerbzmzn Re,I1re.renmrizfe.' Miss Rogers, Family Adifiror. Sponsored a gala Co-Ed Play Night in the Armory . . . the co-eds on campus took over for an evening . . . splash party, ping-pong, basketball, badminton, and even track running. The council manages all intramural sports: swimming meets, basketball games, ping-pong, archery, volley hall and tennis, and really keeps competition keen among the various competing groups. The Council formerly sponsored a free picnic, and square dance, but these activities seem to be out for the present. v omena .fglfdkfic .xdmociafion -f Z 1 eil-.. + r at enh uaraifg Membefr: Martin Fagan, Norman Heilman, Wallace Luchuk, Williarn Mirsky, Robert Oderman. The c1ub's activities have been definitely limited this year since nearly all our major lettermen have gone into the Service or have graduated. In previous years the varsity men lent color to our football games by selling programs. They also sponsored the "Football Hop" which was one of the campus's biggest dances. On all the senior letter men could be seen smart leather jackets given them by the club. This year the men sponsored some football moving pictures which were shown in the Engineering Building. 153' .ynframlfwric Gvanci Member-:.' Kirk Hatsian, Gordon King, Alexander Lazuk, Xavier Morkus, Robert Scott. The men on the council set down the laws which govern all intramural sports contestsg they supervise the forming of various leagues: they decide to whom the honors, cups, and certificates are to be awarded. Honors are awarded to both fraternity and non-fraternity groups. In the fall football games are played betweenwarious houses and teams. S.A.E. won the football cup and Sigma' Chi won certihcates. This winter basketball games were held and Phi Ep seems to be taking the lead. Menzberars Marge King, Cbuiwzan, Amy Alderman, Helen Baltash, Ruth Billard, Phyllis Black, Harriet Brewer, Peg Brundage, Clarice Claps, Gladys Claps, Pat Confrey, Irene Dunbar, Virginia Hoodley, Flo Jenusaitis, May Kingsley, Barbara Magill, Mary Jane McGroary, Jane Muus, Virginia Olson, Rita Peck, Lillian Rising, Jean Rocks, Frances Sheehan, Betty Stanton, Joyce Stableford, Marge Turner, Carol Vath, Eleanor Yergason. The Swimming Club teaches form and speed to the cofeds on campus. Every year the club com- petes with other colleges in telegraphic meets. Letters are awarded to those members perfecting form, or speed, or both. wimming Oficerr: Dorothy Stone, Preridemg Betty Decker, Serrelaryf Jeanette Stone, Progmmf Laura Andisio, Treufurer. Member.r.' Inez Abel, Betty Blake, Minerva Bristol, Lucille Cieri, Jessie Coer, Caroline Cowles, Muriel Eddy, Nancy James, Anna Kozelf, Ellen Kozeff, Betty McElroy, Esther Moss, Elaine Raymond, Cornelia Robinson, Helen Sterns, Mary Sweeney, Betty Torell, Mary Wieman. Under the guidance of Mr. Guyer, this group of enthusiastic archers has brought the University of Connecticut to a top-ranking place in the country by winning the Women's Intercollegiate Tele- graphic Archery Tournament for the last three years. Besides participating in other national shoots, they hold a Fall Championship Shoot among archers from surrounding colleges and also send out members to demonstrate and promote interest in archery at various high schools. sa. W, cal Ooafing Ojirerrx Douglas Fay, Pre.ridenl.' Nancy Hansen, Vice-Pre.riden!,' Cornelia Robinson, Ser1'emr3': Herbert Schultz Tren.r1n'er,' Mr. Cheney, Family Adviror. Memberw Dorothy Anderson, Gertrude Anderson, Clement Barlow, Ruth Billard, Barbara Blum, Barbara Burden, Phyllis Calhoun, Gloria Carangelo, Gladys Claps, Ruth Cole, Caroline Cowles, Betty Davis, E. Davis, Gertrude Deleo, Clifford German, Charlena Holt, Jane Hoyt, Herbert Levi, Tharon McCabe, Virginia Meisenheimer, Ruth Peterson, Betty Rowley, Ralph Slate, Schuyler Slater, Miriam Strong, Betty Torrell, Amos Turpin, Richard Wzllling, Jean Wengolin, Betty Wfoodard. For those who like to stretch their limbs occasionally in the good outdoors, the Outing Club provides everything in the way of rural entertainment from Suterday afternoon hikes to square dances and roller skating parties, with a few overnight cabin trips. 4-1! CM 0HlC67'.F.' Ruth Palmer, Pre.ridenl,' Kenneth McLaughlin, Vice-Pre.rident.' Gladys Claps, Trea.rurer.' May Kingsley, Secretary. Mmbw-.ff M. Bristol, J. Buell, N. Case, C. Hinkelstein, C. Holt, H. King, G. Lathrop, M. Marquardt, M. Mills, B. Payne, D. Philips, L. Pratt, M. Puska, D. Rix, B. Rowley, A. Stevens, J. Trepal, M. Tuller, M. Wiernan, C. Vath. Lacking the time for gardening, dress-making, or chicken-raising, these 4-H-ers are more active in dealing with the problems in the work and recreation of rural youth, sending delegates to state and nation-wide youth council convention. They claim the center of attraction, themselves, at the annual 4-I-I week-end, when they entertain representatives of Connecticut high schools here on campus. ' 1 Omcerr: Eugene Kelly, Preridentf Ev Seltzer, Vice-Pre.ridenz,' Thomas O'Neil, Trea.rurer,' Don Duhamel, Secretary. Memberr: Ken McLaughlin, Nicolas Ranclazzo, John Foley, Nelson Corcoran, Norman Heilman, Xavier Morkus. I-Iard hit by thelwar, the Round Table has been inactive on campus this year. Intellectual curi- osity and 'homogenrety are the basis for selection. "Formal bull-sessions" best describes its meetings. Open criticism of speakers, guest or group is invited. "After the war we'll get back in swing again." OULVLC! .7054 Omrerr: Bette Willsey, Prefidenty Barbara Zimmerman, Vice-President fueling Preridenzlg Robert Greenberg, Serrenzry-Trmrzzrer. This club has been active this year in discussing problems between nations. Captain Silverman described his experiences in the South Pacific, Mr. Pfeutze discussed "We Are All Nisei"g Mr. Bressler presented his views on post-war economics. In keeping with a well-rounded program, the group was able to see movies depicting the war in Russia. Delegates were sent to a New England conference of International Relations Clubs at Burlington, Vermont. jnfernafionaf Qfafiond , 0" I w ,N 3. 2 0050 ogg Offirerr: Marie Jacobs, Prexidenl: Jewell Lieberman, Vice-Pre.riden1,' Miriam Apter, Secrelaryf Mr. Barnett, Adviror. Memlaern Ann Ackerman, Phyllis Ahlberg, Bluma Altman, Emily Ariewitz, Phyllis Bell, Ann Bennett, Myra Binks, Jennie Bolash, Barbara Burden, Phyllis Calhoun, Edith Car- sten, Elaine Chausky, Gladys Claps, Natalia Davidson, Gay Davis, Adele Dinerstein, Blanche Dorsi, Jeanne Duncan, Helen Dwonzyck, Gerry Ealihan, Barbara Ecker, Roslyn Eisenberg, Mary Ferriter, Rose Fleisher, Shirley Firschpann, Rita Forcht, Edith Ford, Betty Francis, Lois Freed, Helen Freed- man, Frances Friedman, Marian Geigner, Clara Genetos, Ada Goldberg, Rhoda Goldstein, Leona Greenberg, Ruth Gross, Muriel Gurian, Anne Halpenny, Bill Hayakawa, Mrs. Hilton, Juliette Hersh, Ruth Hoff, Audrey House, Irma Janoff, Bernice Kalm, Lucille Kelley, Estelle Krivonas, Lois Kurtze, Sydney Levine, Lydia Lovell, Marie Maurer, Harriet May, Mary Meegan, Naomi Melney, Zelda Nathanson, Luther Ogawa, Joy Palmer, Ruth Palmer, Rowena Polinsky, Lois Pratt, Natalie Radom, Norma Ratfel, Hedda Rashell, Rosalie Reardon, Ruth Ress, Rhoda Rosenberg, Elinor Rosen- stein, Rosalind Rosner, Regina Russo, Rita Sangree, Ezra Saul, Enid Shapiro, Varlerie Sharof, Tirrette Sherman, Irene Shlein, Ada Simonson, Adele Silverman, Clara Silverman, Carol Smith, Leah Taylor, Helen Fegelman, Miriam Themper, Gloria Turchin, Betty Underwood, Audrey Van Buren, Gertrude Werner, Anne Whedon, Audrey Wood, Lillian Zimmerman, Barbara Zimmerman, Adrienne Cantor, Alice Maxwell, Gloria Jacobson, Audrey Van Hesse, Rita Cumisky, Elizabeth Nixon, Beatrice Goldberg, Virginia Butler. The club brings together people who are interested in social problems of today and secures well-informed persons from outside to talk about them. The programs included such celebrities as Mrs. Paul Robeson, who discussed the Russian treatment of minorities, and Dr. Waller from Bar- nard College. Other meetings were devoted to such subjects as Long Lane Farm, the evacuation of Japanese to relocation centers, and clinics for alcoholics. .- 1 " !9AiL50l9Ay Ad11i.ror,r.' Dr. Baldwin, Mr. Pfeutze. Memberm' Dorothy Barry, Josephine DeNaples, Inez Hansen, Mary Jane McGroary, Margaret Murdock, Lois Pratt, Henrietta Spring, Betty Willsey. This group has aimed to promote philosophical discussions concerning problems in our present culture. However, the club is in a state of suspended animation at the present time. The transporta- tion problem has confined the club to the campus so that its usual meetings with Wesleyan in spring, and with Connecticut College for Women in the winter, were impossible. Plans for the future look past the war. 0mt'97'.f.' Thelma Lovdal, Preridenlf Eugenia Schwanda, Vice-Pv'e.ridem,' Jeanette Stone, Serremry- Trearurerg Freida Kramer, Program Claaimmn,' Carolyn Wheeler, Publirizy Clmirmanq Agnes Anthony, Memberrbip Clmirman. Memberr: Joline Beebe, Viola Beres, Marie Billard, Arlene Berchtold, Lois Black, Virginia Black, Betty Blake, Barbara Blum, Alice Branorver, Minerva Bristol, Jeanette Buell, Millicent Carlson, Edith Chapin, Clarice Claps, Patricia Confrey, Ruth Cunningham, Catherine Davis, Nancy Deane, Betty Decker, Hope DeMore, Constance Dimock, Beulah Downs, Edna Dudley, Marion Duyser, Helen Dzwonczyk, Rena Eff, Patricia Ellsworth, Charlotte Fitzeroy, Joyce Fraser, Virginia Forbes, Virginia Garvey, Barbara Hanley, Marjorie Herman, Charlena Holt, Mary Jane Ingham, Nancy James, Virginia Joyce, Lois Kurtze, Gertrude Lathrop, Lola Lervin, Marion Marquardt, Dorothy Martinson, Ruth Marvin, Ethel Maynard, Carol McCormick, Pat MacKown, Agnes Matteson, Victoria Merza, Priscilla Merchant, Jane Muus, Emily O'Connor, Frances O'Hurley, Luella Pratt, Marguerite Richards, Jane Novak, Charlotte Rose, Marjorie Rowley, Helen Satin, Louise Schlotterbeck, Barbara Jean Smith, Eleanor Schaffuer, Clara Silverman, Dorothy Stone, Anne Strink, Ruth Suisman, Jo Steinmeyer, Ethel Stoner, Isabel Tappert, Pauline Titus, Jean Trepal, Marilyn Tripp, Betty True, Lois Warner, Bertha Welte, Jean Wengolan, Helen Whipple, Janet Wilcox. It aims to provide an opportunity for students to make professional contacts in their field, to sponsor lectures by specialists. It is a traditionof the club to annually sponsor a Mother and Daughter Day each year. Another outstanding event is the Ellen H. Richard Banquet and also the Danforth Dance. ome conomics Omrersf Norma Johnson, Pre,ridenl.' Marion Holmes, Vice-Preridenl: Betty Houston, Serremry- Treamrer. Member.r.' Elizabeth Barstow, Robert Bitzer, Mary-Edith Chevaliere, Lucille Cieri, Jo DeNaples, Ursula Dowling, Edith Ford, Jane Griswold, Barbara Harrison, Kirk Hatsian, Dorothy Kane, Eugene Kelly, Marjorie King, Shirley Krick, Ruth Lampe, Jewell Lieberman, George Montano, Margaret Murdock, Frank Rodgers, Joyce Rudes, Shirlee Silver. S.A.M. is a national organization of business men, engineers, academicians land university students whose common interest is a more complete knowledge and understanding of the principles governing organized effort in industrial and economic life. The University of Connecticut Chapter was organ- ized in 1941. Membership is open to all university students, but is composed mainly of those stu- dents majoring in business administration and engineering. Monthly meetings are held at which information is presented by the club members and business men which will help the student in business and industry. .ghciefy Ar ffre .fdcluancemenf of Wanagemenf lfgmca 1956614 join Membe1'.r.' Marvin Edelman, Inez Hansen, Jewell Leiberman, Lois Ver Veer Pratt, Marjorie Sarratt, Everett Seltzer. The members of this honorary society are chosen on the basis of literary contributions made as editors or writers for any of the University publications. X: ,-N I NH 1 .AX i vt. 'Xl 6l'LCl"6'L f Ojirerr: Wziirner Mason, Pre.riden1,' Dorothy Sexton, Edilorg Amy Golding, SerreIfn'y,' Jewell .Lieber- man, Corrarponding Secremry. Memlzerr: Emily Ariewitz, Barbara Blum, Barbara Burden, Jean P. Clarke, Nelson Corcoran, Betty Decker, Harvey Einbinder, Jane Galinut, jean Gentry, Mary Lou Kehoe, Bette Houston, Lucille Kelly, T. F. O'Day, Ruth Palmer, Helen Safin, Constance Smith, Rita Strakna, Doraine Bradley. Open to any talented writers who are found worthy of membership through the Membership Con- test. Semi-monthly meetings are held to criticize each other's creative writing. Private Meyer is Pencraft's Cover Boyfor the year. They hold a prize contest for prose and poetry writers .... Big- gest event is the publication of Pencraft. I ENGINEERS' CLUB September 1943 Norman Hellman, Prefident Greg Battick, Vire-Prarident Edmund Jaskiewicz, Serrelury Victor Anderson, Tremurer january 1944 Edmund Jaskiewicz, Prexidenz Wallace Luchuk, Vice-Praridenl Charles Rodgers, Serrelnry Greg Battick, Treururer A.S.C.E. September 1943 Charles Pelletier, Preiidenl Douglas Fay, Vire-Preridenz I. R. Skoglund, Serremry Tom Peterson, Treururer january 1944 T. Raymond Skoglund, Prefidenl Louis Fiore, Vire-Prefidenl Arnold Voloshin, Serremry Werner Grune, Tremzzrer ngineem A.S.M.E. September 1943 Robert Oderman, Clmirmnn Greg Battick, Vice-Clmirman Robert Cleveland, Serremry Tom Hinchcliff, Trenmrer january 1944 George Towle, Cbuimzan Greg Battick, Vice-Clmirmun Mario Marinaccio, Serremry Ray Sweet, Treumrer A.S.E.E. September 194 5 joseph Stern, Chairman Arthur Konick, Vice-Clmirrmzn Robert Jeffries, Serrelary-Tfeawrer january 1944 Fred Winn, Clmirmfln Arhtur Anderson, Serremry-Trenfwer September 1943 joseph Stern, Edilor-in-Chief Smff: Anderson, Bernstein, Heilman, Jeffries, Konick, Pelletier, Sheketoff january 1944 Edmund Jaskiewicz, Managing Editor Smff: Bnttick, Titcomb, Voloshin, Winn ngineem monfd 4 .fygofm jaw ph S t Lb' 19431 O,ficer.r.' James Donahue, P1-e.fide1zz,' Harry Shekctoff, Serremry-Treflrurer. g,1E51Z3,f1Wtighn peuenel., Brennan, Jeffries, Unnuary 19445 0jjlfer,r.' Edmund. Jaskiewicz, Pr-eridenzg Fred Winn, Serremry-Tremuref-. Memberzr: Douglas Fay, E. Forbes Smiley, George Towle. mericom Czemica .Sjwiefg Omfgrn. Kay Huurigan, Pre.rideni,' Bill Edgerton, Vice-Pre.rident,' Betty Glass, Sefremryg Clem Barlow, Tfefz,rurer,' Dr. C. Albert Kind, Adzfixor. The Chemistry Club is a chapter of the American. Chemical Society. All chemistry .majors may become student affiliates. The purpose of the club is to encourage an active interest in chemistry outside of curricular study. Its activities during this year have consisted of speakers on related sub- jccts, such as glass blowing, and the chemical 'treatment of malaria. The society does not confine these affairs to members. The meetings a1'e open. to the public in order to foster more interest in chemistry and to show the increasing importance it is playing in society. Ojfieerr: Tharon McCabe, Preridenlg Marie Jacobs, Vice-Pre.fidenl,' Rheta Baron, Secrelaryf Patricia Ellsworth, Treasurer. MEMBERS: Hillel Faundfzzinnf Leo Kivelewitz, ex-officio, Rheta Baron, Pris- cilla Cohen, Sidney Magid, Eleanor Siegal. Newman Club: Henrietta Spring, ex-oliicio, Rita Cum- miskey, Pat Ellsworth, Marion Holmes, Eleanor LaRevere. University Cbrirlian Ar.mcialion.' Betty Glass, ex-officio, Gladys Claps, Eleanor Davis, William Hayakawa, Marie Jacobs, Tharon McCabe. Azl1fi.m1'r.' Rev. James O'Brien, Rev. Garland Wilggcuner, Rabbi Maurice Zigmond. Purpore: To help meet the needs for intelligent religious inquiry and discussion, to promote interfaith cooperation among each faith. The council is composed of representatives from each of the religious organizations on campus. jnfer-faifd Gmac! Oyfrerr: Betty Glass, Preridenlg Phyllis Calhoun, Vice-Preiidenlf'Jeanette Stone, Serremryf Clifford German, Trenmrer. Ad1fimr.r.' Rev. J. Garland Waggoner, Prof. Robert C. Baldwin, Professor and Mrs. Paul Pfeutze, and Miss Emily Morrison. Members: Lois Black, Peggy Brundage, Gladys Claps, Muriel Eddy, Lois Holcomb, Marie Jacobs, Robert Larson, Sue Lewis, Tharon McCabe, Maynard Oie, Eugenia Schwanda, Barbara J. Smith, Raoul Smith, Betty True, Anne Wliedon. Purpose: To help meet the needs of college students for intelligent inquiry into and discussion of Christian living, with good fellowship, and Sunday evening social gatherings on the campus. niueraifg Cfwidian ddocialfion, in . 8lfUlf1fL6Ll'L Ojfrerrf Henrietta Spring, Pi-e.ridenr,' Thomas O'Neil, Willitlm McFadden, Pvt. Eugene Gaffy, Vite-Pre.fiden1r: Helen M. Sahn, Serremry: Helen Rogers, Treu.rizrer,' Joyce Fraser, Social Clmirmunp Mr. Joseph Brown, Jr., Family AdIfl.f01',' Rev. James J. O'Brien, Spiriliml Adifiror. The Newman Club is a Catholic club of culture and fellowship that fosters the spiritual, intellec- tual, and social interests of the Catholic students of the University of Connecticut, welds the Cath- olic students into a common union, assists the University of Connecticut and its students whenever possible, and aids by Catholic Action, through the bishop of the diocese, the work of the church. The Newman Club held social meetings once every month and sponsored its annual Mardi Gras. , raw F,"2'r , 3 we Lclorfaraofalfion 0fl6'61'.f.' Leo Kivelevitz, Preridenlf Rheta Baron, 1.rt VirefPrerizlenl,' Frieda Goodman, Zml Vire- Pfe,fiden1,' Harry Sheketoff, Tref1.rizrer,' Louise Reback Weingrad, Recording Serretnry,' C. Ruth Suisman, Corresponding Serremry. Rabbi Maurice L. Zigmund, Corinrelor. Hillel Coimril Kirzclud- ing lbe above omcerrj: Emanuel Chasnoff, Priscilla Cohen, Ruth Feldman, Ada Goldberg, Shirley Greenhouse, Irma Janoff, Sanford Kravitz, Jewell Lieberman, Wfilliam Marcuse, Edward Miller, Philip Ravitz, Norton Ross, Allan Savitsky, Samuel Spitz, Shirlee Wleinberg. Sanford Kravitz, Prefi- denf of lhe Claoirg Harvey Einbinder, Prericlent of the Zionirz Groupf Eleanor Siegal, Editor of lhe Hillel Hurley. "Devoted to cultural, religious, and social work among the Jewish students on the campus" . . . A Year Witlm HILLEL . . . Freshman Tea . High Holiday Devotions and the sound of the Ram's Horn . . . classes in Jewish History and the Contemporary Scene . . . Dr. Judah Cahn, "By all means breathe!" . . . the choir goes to Hartford . . . New Haven . . . and all points north, south, east, and west . . . Huge Hillel Harvest Hop . . . the Hillel office, Grand Central plus the "Garden" , , ,"'Ziggy" . . . drop in and visit the good Doctor . . ."Kiss and make up ?" . . . Friday Night Services . . . with socials following . . .Zionismz Pro and Con . . . "As a Driven Leaf" . . . the Hillel Hurley, every week! . . . membership hits 210 . . . Hillel and the A.S.T., combined operations . .'. "CLUB 29" . . . the soft lights . . . Purim Party . . . the hullabaloo in the Armory . . . dinner at the Zigmonds' . . . "Oh what a beautiful year!" Ojirerr: Ann Mikulich, Pre.ridenz,' Leonard Rinaldo, Vice-Preridenlg Vivian Rowzee, Secretary- Trea.rurer,' Dr. Cheney and Mr. Sedgewick, Adzfirorr. Members: Phyllis Bell, Bill Edgerton, Flavia Harris, Chris Pappas, Marjorie Tuller. The Mathematics Club was formed to further the interest of mathematics on the campus. Twenty members formed this club May 11, 1932. At the first meeting Dr. Cheney presented math puzzles and tricks. During the year the Mathematics Club holds its annual picnic either at the Church Cabin or at Dr. Cheney's house. At the meetings either students or guests from outside speak to the club. This year Mr. Cook spoke on "The Geometry of the Triangle." This club is open to anyone who has successfully completed one year of mathematics. WMA CM Ojnrerr: Patricia Pearson, Preridenlf Bill Cornish, Vice-Pre.riden1,' Barbara Ecker, Serrelaryf Dor- raine Bradley, Tref1.rurer,' Kenneth Lewis, Mnrlarrl. Memberr: Robert Blackman, Natalia Case, Jessie Core, Jay Curtis, Russell Dart, Fred Friebel, Pat Grant, Nathan Hale, Russell Hunter, Adelle Leonard, Kenneth McLaughlin, jack Mullins, Ina Place, Leonard Pitts, Allan Rogers. The aim of this group lies in promoting outstanding interest in agriculture and animal husbandry. Through their ability and loyalty, its members have made Block and Bridle an outstanding club on the campus. It was the lirst of its order on any campus to belong to National Block and Bridle. It was responsible for the laughable Co-Ed Milking Contest and Little Eastern States Exposition. The club also sponsors the state-attracted horse show. KZJCA an Zgfiofc These girls were chosen by popular vote oi: Fraternity Men For their out-standing beauty. ff af if af if 575101010 gaelfwlfein ALPHA EPSILON PHI cane girzfawofd KAPPA ALPHA THETA iyfryfm Q19 an 0gC8 l"6L58l" KAPPA ALPHA THETA g6Ll"A6Ll"0L- 01,90 KAPPA ALPHA THETA gznor Qdelfwlfein Q? IQAMJ czpfa C.. y0yC9 ,,Jll"6L:58l" KCLPAQPCL AM? . -.JJ-K - 'kpl-fb , 'A" F , ' N 64 'f"ff"w 0: ., W X 0 E, 5 S 7 .,, M - 5' -46 5 I S i,fu1aa1 4 -1 'Q' 3 X , in 5? I With only 300 civilian men in school and Captain Wally Luchuk the lone holdover from last year's U-Conn quintet, the Connecticut basketball team faced a not-too-bright future as the 1943-44 season opened. In addition to Luchuk, the only men with any college experi- ence were Bernie Fisher, an accurate set shot, who played a couple of games with the varsity the previous season, and julie Markiewicz, a speedy forward with last year's freshman five. Coach Don White, however, was fortunate in getting three of the top high school players in the state, Walt Alesevich and Wally Hack- ett, both from Bridgeport's Warren Harding, and Art Martin of Plain- ville. Alesevich, a rugged guard, was captain of the state inter- scholastic champs and was a unanimous choice as All-State guard. He is regarded as one of the best defensive guards to play for the Uconns in the past decade. His teammate, Hackett, was a sharpshooting for- ward and another All-State choice. Martin, who was selected on the Connecticut Class B all-star team, was a center in high school, but Don White shifted him to a forward because of his exceptional speed, a necessity for fast breaks, and his faking ability. The other four members of the Uconn squad are all freshmen. Stu Johnson, the six-foot-two center from Portland High, did his best work on the offensive backboard. Ed Herbert, an all-around athlete at Weaver High, replaced Alesevich when the latter was injured in mid- season, and turned in a fine job on the defense. Doc Cornish, a chunky guard from East Hartford High, was also a good defensive man, and had a reliable set shot. Bob Eno, a forward from Hartford Bulkeley, was the smallest man on the team, but made up for his height dis- advantage with his tricky passing. The Huskies opened their season against a strong Boston Coast Guard five, and lost to the more-experienced visitors, 57 to 47. Most of the Coast Guardsmen had semi-pro or professional experience. Led by their coach and captain, Lieut. Zigzie Strzelecki, who scored 22 points, and Vic Siegal, a former All-American guard from Iowa, who put on a terrific ball-handling exhibition, the sailors were ahead all the way. Bernie Fisher and julie Markiewicz tallied 26 of the Con- necticut points, while Wally Luchuk and Walt Alesevich stood out on defense, breaking up many of the Coast Guard plays and passes. Connecticut won its first start of the season by defeating a previously- unbeaten Wesleyan five, 49 to 25. Wes Fesler's Navy team was never in the game, spotting the Uconns an eleven-point lead before they could score. Julie Markiewiecz and Stu johnson led the scoring, while big Walt Alesevich turned in what was probably his best defensive game of the campaign. The Uconns made their first road trip to Providence, where they were beaten by Brown, another Navy-laden team, 60 to 53. The Huskies tied up the game at 49-all with five minutes left to play, but freshman George Grimshaw racked up seven straight points to finish ofi' the Whitemen. Walt Alesevich was the Connecticut star, throw- ing in eleven points and turning in his usual fine defensive game. A hard-fighting Husky quintet forced a snappy W. P. I. ensemble to bow at the short end of a 48-36 outcome at the Uconn home court be- fore a packed audience. The W. P. I. team is coached by Paul Stagg, son of the west coast popular football coach, Alonzo Stagg. The first half was a topsy-turvy affair with Worcester outplaying the Huskies as the lead was in their favor, 21-19 when the gun went off. When the second half rolled around the Huskies ran W. P. 'I. ragged and took the game. Hal Fleit, center, played a sparkling game for the visitors. Captain Wally Luchuk grabbed the ball off the defensive backboard while Stu johnson and Art Martin gained scoring honors for Connecticut. The second Wesleyan game proved to be another easy victory for the Huskies, 42 to 33. Bernie Fisher had a field day, throwing in nine hoops, most of them from just outside the Wesmen's zone. Stu john- son contributed nine points to the Uconn total. Alesevich was once more the defensive standout. Then came the fatal trip to upstate New York. Losing Walt Alese- vich in the first five minutes with a knee injury, the Huskies fell apart and were smothered by a Colgate team made up mostly of Marines, 64 to 36. The boys from Storrs just couldn't find the hoop, and the Red Raiders scored basket after basket on fast breaks, beating Con- necticut at their own game. Wally Luchuk, Stu Johnson, and Bernie Fisher combined for 28 points. Cornell, with only one civilian on their team, beat the Uconns the next night by almost the same score, 64 to 35. Sparked by their giant center, Bob Gale, the Big Red held the lead after the first ten minutes, and won pulling away. The Huskies played a far different game of ball than they did the previous night against Colgate, but Cornell had the better men. Art Martin and Wally Luchuk were the Uconn standouts, Art hitting for eleven points while Luch put in ten and held the defense together. In their next game, Connecticut almost turned in the biggest upset of the season before they bowed to a highly-favored N. Y. U. com- bine, 46 to 45, in a heartbreaker. The New Yorkers, favored lay 17 points, just didn't know what to do to stop the fast-breaking o ense of the Huskies. Playing before a crowd of more than 18,000 in Madi- son Square Garden, the Uconns held a 44-37 lead with five minutes to go, before the Violets, led by little Eugene O'Brien, could tie it up. After Alesevich had converted a foul shot, O'Brien calmly dropped in a set shot from mid-court to win the ball game. Stu Johnson played his best game of the year, scoring 14 points and playing an all-around fine game. Art Martin, racing up and down the floor all night, checked in with 12 points, while Wally Luchuk was good for eight, and set up many of the fast breaks with long passes. Bernie Fisher also did a fine job in setting up plays. Ed Herbert, playing his first game for the Blue and White, was tops on his defensive backboard. Warming up for the first Rhody game, the Whitemen toyed with a green Maine five, downing the invaders, 50 to 22, in a dull game. Playing their first game of the year, the Bears just couldn't organize their offense, and didn't know how to cope with the fast break. Wally Luchuk was the Uconn star on both offense and defense. He regis- tered 15 points, 11 coming in the first half when he sank five out of six long one-handers a la Calverly. Art Martin and Bernie Fisher each tossed up 12 markers. With Bernie Fisher turning in one of the best shooting perform- ances ever seen in Hawley Armory, Connecticut edged out Rhode Island, 67 to 61, in a game packed with thrills and spills all the way. Ernie Calverly, the great Rhody center, was good for 23 points, put- ting in seven or eight of his famous one-handed long shots, but even Calverly had to surrender the spotlight to the dead-eyed Uconn for- ward, who threw up 13 hoops and two fouls. Bernie put in set shots from mid-court, hook shots from crazy angles, and one-handers that made Calverly blush. The Rhody cause suffered by the loss of Cal- verly and Tom Baker, a forward who scored 11 points, in the last few minutes. Rhode Island held a slim 30-29 lead at the half, but the Huskies came back in the final half to take a ten-point lead with five minutes to go. Rhody caught up to the high-flying Uconns, but the Huskies pulled away in the final minutes. Stu Johnson and Art Martin accounted for 28 more Connecticut points, while Wally Luchuk and Ed Herbert played crackerjack defense games. The tall Coast Guard Academy five, with three men in their lineup standing at 6' 3", trimmed Connecticut, 61 to 42, in the roughest game of the year. Forty personals were called, 25 on the Cadets. Wally Luchuk played a fine all-around game and scored 17 points, convert- ing 9 out of 15 foul tries. Bernie Fisher got 14, while jack Dorsey, a clever forward, and Bill Martin, a rangy center who did a fine job on rebounds, took the honors for Coast Guard. The Yale Bulldogs, showing a smooth-passing attack built around pivot man Paul Walker, took an early lead against the Huskies and held it throughout the game, winning by eight points, 41 to 33. Charlie Hunt, the lanky Eli guard, held Bernie Fisher to one hoop. Stu johnson dropped in 11 points for the Whitemen, while Walker and Captain Gus McGaughy each got 12 for Yale. Piling up the points in the first half, the Huskies came back to trounce a shaky Northeastern team, 59 to 41. Art Martin, Stu john- son, and Julie Markiewicz tallied 14 hoops in the first half, and Bernie Fisher took over in the second half with 18 points. Marty Alves, 6' 3" captain and center of the visitors, was high scorer of the game with 22 points. Doc Cornish, chunky reserve guard for the Uconns, played his last game of college ball for the duration, entering the Navy a week later. The Huskies racked up their highest total of the season, trimming the Maine Bears, 73 to 48. Connecticut started off with ten straight points, and held a 19-point lead at the half. Bernie Fisher was high for the Uconns, hitting 20 points. Art Martin and Wally Luchuk each scored 15, while Stu johnson checked in with 13. Charlie Nor- ton, Maine's captain, was high scorer of the game with 21 points. The Uconns lost one of their most valuable men when Art Martin, a con- sistent scorer and first-string left forward, went into the Navy two weeks after the game. Art did not come back to school for the second semester. Playing before the largest crowd of the year in New Haven's Payne Whitney gym, Connecticut came back with a rush in the second half but suffered their eighth loss of the season at the hands of Yale, 46 to 34. The Elis enjoyed an 18-4 lead early in the first half over the under- manned Uconns. Stu johnson, Wally Luchuk, and Bernie Fisher scored all but two of the Husky points, while Paul Walker and Gus McGaughy were again high for Yale, netting 14 apiece this time. The Uconns took another licking at the hands of Coast Guard, going down by a count of 59-37 in New London. With Connecticut in the lead after five minutes of play, the Cadets put on a terrific spurt, scor- ing 20 points without interruption. That was the ball game. Bill Martin, who got his chance and made good in the first game of the series, registered 23 points, most of them coming on rebounds. Jack Dorsey was right up there with 19. Stu johnson and Wally Luchuk split 19 points between them. Bernie Fisher was closely guarded, and had to be satisfied with five points. The next game with Northeastern saw a varsity record go by the wayside as Bernie Fisher, popping 12 set shots in addition to four layups and four fouls, put in 36 points, one less than the Bostonians' t0tal. He just couldn't miss, cutting the cords from all angles in spite of Northeastern's attempts to stop him. Stu Johnson got his high score of the year, 21 points, as the Uconns won easily, 70 to 37. The Brown Bears came up to Storrs for a return tussle with the Whrtemen and took their worst beating of the season, 69-44. Suffer- ing from the loss of their starting guards by a Navy shift, Rip Engle's quintet took a two-point lead midway in the first half, but Connecticut, led by Julie Markiewicz and Bernie Fisher's pop shots and Stu John- S011 and Wally Luchuk's layups and tap-ins, left the fioor at half time with a seven-point lead. This same quartet clicked for 34 points in the final half as Brown could never get moving. Fisher was again high man with 20 points, while Markiewicz, regaining his early season form, was right behind with 19. Luchuk had 17 and Johnson put in 11. George Grimshaw, the lad who beat the Huskies in the Hrst game of the series, and Captain Red Blakey, a crack set-shot artist, shared the Brown honors with 11 points apiece. Connecticut closed out the 1943-44 season in a blaze of glory with a thrilling 65-61 win over Rhode Island in one of the country's basket- ball classics, It was the first time in the long history of the series that the Uconns had been victorious in both games with Rhody in a single season. The Whitemen shot into a 10-0 lead in the first two minutes, but Rhfldy, sparked by their All-American center, Ernie Calverly, came back. with a terrific drive to bring the score up to 35-34 at the inter- mission, with the Huskies still in front. With their three freshman guage Ma! recruits leading the way, the Rams built up a 56-47 lead with eight minutes to play. But the Uconns were not to be denied. Playing some of their best ball of the season, the boys from Storrs, led by the eagle eye, Bernie Fisher, scored 13 points without interruption to clinch the game. Rhody was hurt rmmeasurably by the loss of both Calverly and Bob. Shea in the last few minutes. Fisher led the scoring column with 20 points, but the real hero of the game was Wally Luchuk. Displaying the form that has won him acclaim as one of the top guards in the East, Luch held the high scor- ing Calverly to 16 points. Ernie could score but three hoops on his famous one-liander. Stu Johnson was good for 17 points, while Walt Alesevrch played a beautiful fioor game. Rhody's points were divided pretty evenly among her five starters. Fisher was high scorer for the season with a total of 260 points in 19 gHm6S, an fljlerage of-15.7 points a game. johnson also passed the 200 mark, ending up with 214 points and a game average of 11.3. T H E T E A M Hackett Alesevich Markiewicz Hale Cornish Martin Herbert Eno Miller J0hl'lS0l'l Fisher Morris Luchuk tCaptainj Foley I Et. I it NNEGT1q, y UNNECTKQM 9015 rt to Mr g eg , .,., Xii' Ll THE SQUAD 'William Adams, 'Peter Anto- nez, 'Vin Caddy, 'James Cur- ren, 'Earl DeCarli, William Doyle, 'Milton Dropo, 'Walter Dropo, 'Albert Durette, 'Mar- ty Fagan, 'Hayden Griswold. Jonathan Hutchinson, 'Albert Jorgensen, J o s e p h Kagan, Thomas Kuehn, VVallace Lu- chuk, Charles Molloy, John Moriarty, William Patterson, 'Thomas Petterson, 'Milton Porter, Robert Potter, 'Charles Revelli, 'Ray Scussel, 'Edward Seaward, Warren Thrall, Wal- ter Trojanowski. 'Letterman Z?6'Lf58A6'lf! VARSITY BASEBALL 1945 Old Man Rain dogged the heels of J. O. Christian's proteges dur- ing the early days of the 1943 spring baseball campaign, but the Uconn Huskies plodded through mud, sleet, and cold to wind up with a season record of eight wins and six losses. After weeks of sweating in the indoor practice cage in Hawley Armory, the Connecticut nine took to Gardner Dow field April 10 for the season opener-a doubleheader with the gymnasts of Spring- field College. For pitchers Coach Christian had Ed Seaward and Marty Fagan, juniors, Pete Antonez and Tom Peterson, sophomoresg and Al Dur- ette and Bill Patterson, freshmen. On first towered giant Walt Dropog at second, Sparky Adams, Bob Potter, and Bill Doyleg shortstop, Albie Jorgensen and Tom Keuhng at third it was veteran Gris Griswold. Out on pasture land strolled Captain Charlie Revelli at left field, Ray Scussel at centerg and jim Curran at right. Ready for duty were Walt Trojanowski, Milt Porter, and Wally Luchuk. Behind the plate crouched Milt Dropo and Earl DeCarli. In that first game of the season Springfield left Storrs with a 12-0 and 7-2 drubbing. 'In the first tussle Ed Seaward and Al Durette shared pitching chores to hold the lads from Massachusetts to two hits. It was Connecticut all the way as Ray Scussel, Earl DeCarli, and Charlie Revelli led the Uconn 10-hit attack. Twenty-two Con- necticut men saw action in the one-sided fray. In the nightcap Scussel's home run, six Springfield errors, and three other bingles was all the Husky squad needed while the Springfield batting attack was again stymied as Marty Fagan, Tom Peterson, and Pete Antonez hurled a combined two-hit game. After two postponements because of inclement weather, the Huskies finally mer the Hartford Senators of the Eastern League on April 25 in the first clash with a professional ball team in Connecticut's base- ball dynasty. Fourteen free passes gave Hartford the ball game as the minor leaguers walked away with an 8-1 victory. The following day the Christian team jaunted south for a battle with Red Rolfe's Yale darlings, the first baseball tilt ever staged be- tween the two Nutmeg universities. And the Elis took this one easily, 15-2, as the Uconn hurlers helped the Yale bulldogs along with 20 free tickets to first. Both teams made only three hits apiece. Wesleyan was the next host and took an 18-4 wliitewashing at the hands of the boys from the hills of Mansfield. The Huskies slammed three Cardinal moundsmen for 16 bingles, two being home runs by Albie Jorgensen and Walt Dropo. The flyers from Kingston, home of the powerhouse Rhode Island Rams, took an 11-4 win on a sloppy, rain-soaked field as Harry Dona- Uconn array, allowing the Husky batters to barely stretch out five hits into the outfield. Making a tour of New England the Uconn nine stopped for a one- day exhi ition in New Hampshire territory and sustained a double- header 2-1 and 5-1 defeat at the hands of the northerners. Shuttling over to Orono, the Huskies split with the Maine Bears, 2-4 and 5-1. In the second tilt of the afternoon Peterson fanned 14 Maine men and yielded five hits. Rhode Island came to Storrs as guests for their second engagement of the season that beautiful spring afternoon and piled into their bus two hours later with a 5-2 debacle on their shoulders. Ray Scussel pitched the Uconns to the win as the Nutmeggers smashed over four runs in a big fifth inning push. Wesleyan again was victim of the Uconn onslaught and fell before the inevitable whirlwind, this time by a 5-5 score. Running up a winning streak of five straight the Huskies took Northeastern over the hurdles twice in a doubleheader May 15 to close the '43 season. In a pitchers' duel between Pete Antonez and Northeastern's Shannon, Christian's charges came through with a 1-0 victory as Antonez and his Russian speedball blanked the Bostonians and limited them to three scattered singles. In the finale it was a close 3-2 win for Connecticut as the varsity hung up their spikes and prepared for entrance into the armed services. SUMMER BASEBALL The third semester rolled around and with it came another Uconn baseball' team-the first ever put onto the field during the summer. Of the spring varsity there remained only four holdovers-pitchers Marty Fagan and Ace Durette, and Durette later was lost to the Army: outfielder Wally Luchukg and second baseman Bob Potter. Around these four, Coach Don White strung incoming freshmen. There were few subs and so the Huskies took to the diamond with one nine available for duty: On the mound was Fagan, who ,when he did not pitch rotated with Durette for one of the outfield posts, behind the plate, lanky Stu Johnson, at first, Lefty Haig Mahakian, on second, Potter, a fine clouterg at short, minute but speedy Tony LaBellag at third, a fast and Hne batter, Bob Eno, in left, Al Durette, at center, Wally Luchuk who occupied the clean-up spot in the line-upg and at right, Norm Holmberg and Phil Bilides divided fielding chores. I In a four-inning practice tilt with Company B of the Army Speial- ized Training unit on campus, Marty Fagan yielded two hits against the Zelekoski-Graubard battery to pave the way for a 4-0 score. U In a return engagement the Huskies again trounced the Army, this time 13-2 in eight innings as Fagan limited the soldiers to three bingles. The boys then took on a combine from Willimantic Pratt-Whitney and took them over the hurdles in a seven-inning game, 4-0, as Fagan, johnson outmatched Haggerty and Smith, giving up four hits. 'In the second clash between the two teams john Pringle, former Uconn star, bested Fagan as the war workers tucked away a 7-4 win. The small squad was whittled down via the draft until not even a starting nine was left, and so the summer semester team concluded a snappy and brief season. Uncle Sam's long, searching arm reached out and plucked the Husky track squad until a mere handful of candidates were available when the season rolled around. Coach Carl Fisher, in his initial stab at coaching track, did not have too much material to work with, since Only three of last season's outstanding trackmen returned. Coach Fisher was counting heavily on the previous freshman squad to do a knockout job this season but the draft caught up with them. The Same is true of the sophomore group. Connecticut lost such out- Standing trackmen as Art Ives of East Hartford, who was probably one of the fastest runners to wear the blue and white for a long while. Roger "Nummy" Olmstead, Charlie Cass and Robert Bowen split the Captaincy among them. The track season consisted of four big meets. Connecticut was forced to bow each time to Rhode Island, Springfield, Worcester Tech, and Wesleyan. A couple of the meets were heartbreakers in which the outcome was decided in the closing minutes of the meet. The Hrst engagement was against Rhode Island on April 20, 1943. The Huskies scored their greatest number of points against the Rams at this meet. Connecticut bowed, however, at the tail end of a 103-29 outcome. Edward Ellis, one of the most promising runners on the Squad, caught the mumps after this meet and he was through for the season. It has been said that if he were on hand at the other meets, Connecticut would not have to bow as many times. .Ellis took first place in the mile, chalking up a time of 4:42. Run- ning event honors went to Ellis while "Nummy" Olmstead was the best performer in Held events. He took second place in the 60 lb. shotput and second place in the hammer throw. William Mirsky scored second place with the javellin. The Connecticut runners then challenged the Springfield Indians and got scalped on the stamping grounds, 74-61. Coach Fisher wanted the Huskies to win this meet especially for him since Springfield is his Alma Mater. The Huskies tried their darndest and the meet was neck and neck until the end approached when everything rested on the re- maining events. The Indians edged ahead of Connecticut to take the meet. Spring5eld's captain, Booth, snatched first place honors in the 100-yd. dash, 220-yd. dash and the 220-yd. hurdles. He took third Place in the running broad jump. Booth was in almost everything when the results were finally tabulated. n 34064 .The Worcester ensemble was next on the list and they claimed a victory over Connecticut, 70-65. Everything rested on the javellin throw to see which team would walk away with the honors. Worcester had three good throwers who took away Connecticut's chances of win- ning.. Robert Kirk, Robert Bowen and Charles Oderman were out- standing for the Huskies. Coach Fisher promised a steak dinner to Connecticut's highest scorer. Nummy usually racks off the big scores for Connecticut but at this meet, Bowen took two first places to rack EP 10 POIUPS- Nummy came through with three second places to nockhofi' nine points. It was reported that Nummy got indigestion watching Bowen devour the steak. Co-captain Cass tied first place in the pole vault. Erwin Fuller captured first place honors in the 220-yd low hurdles. Before the last event, Connecticut was leading Worcestef 65-61. Then came along the javellin event which nosed Worcester ahead nine points to take the meet. The boys of- nearby Middletown were our next target as Coach Fisher warmed up his men against the Wesleyan team. Our oppo- nents took this one, 75-60. Connecticut kept up with Wesleyan pretty closely in the track events but when it came to field work the Wesleyanites had it all over us. Bob Owen took first place iii the 440 and 880-yd. dashes. Charlie Cass snatched first place honors in the 100-yd. dash as Pierce Brundage came in first in the two mile run Nummy came in first in the hammer throw and took second choices in the shotput and discus throw. TRACK 1943 "'Robert Bowen, Walt Dropo, t"Pierce Brundage, "Erwin Fuller, Arthur Bridg- man, 'fCharles Cass, 'l'Roger Olmstead, 'l'Robert Kirk, Mitchell Vaida, Bob An- derson, Harold Batt, David Berman, "fEclward Ellis, Ernest Sechert, Donald Hoyt, Bob Jefiires, 'kCharles Odermann, Edward Walz, 'l1Williar11 Mirsky, Mar- tin Hansen, 'fCurtis Mellen, Conrad Olie, 'l'Norman Allen, 'FRay Angell, jos- eph Arcano, David Baldwin, Eli Batt, john Carlson, Ed Fishman, Bob Frank- lin, Joseph Glass, William Kingsley, Alex Lazuk, james Mangeles, Richard Seigel. 'l'Lettermen. I mats mn fry CROSS COUNTRY 1943 With five freshmen among the starting run- ners, the University of Connecticut cross country team ended a mediocre season by winning one out of three dual meets, placing second in the New England IC4A meet, and coming in ninth in the national 1C4A run. Connecticut supported an all- civilian team competing against service teams with veteran runners. The Huskies lost their opener to a strong Wor- cester Tech squad, 22-37, in Worcester. Mike Morris, a freshman from Hartford, took first place in 19:51.4, only 1.4 seconds off the course record. Roger Whitney, a senior from North Newington, was fifth, Bob Odermann, the team captain from Manchester, was eighth, Norman "Forty" Pratt of Manchester was eleventhg Frank Rohloff, a freshman from Hamden, was twelvthg and Art Martin, a freshman from Plainville, did not place because of a cramp. The Uconns won their next meet against North- eastern held here, 20-36, placing five men in the first eight to finish. Morris and Martin tied for first in 22:21, good time for a muddy course. Odermann was fourth, Pratt fifth, and Rohlofif eighth. The Coast Guard Academy team took the meas- ure of Coach Carl Fisher's boys, 24-35, in the Uconn's final dual meet of the season. Morris and Martin again tied for first, breaking the Cadet record in 24:35. The Cadets took the next five places. For Connecticut, Odermann placed eighth, Pratt eleventh, and Whitney twelvth. The Huskies came in a surprise second in the New Eingland IC4A's, scoring 69 points to M. I. T.'s low of 28. The meet was won by Ted Vogel of Tufts, with Martin finishing fifth, Odermann, tenthg Morris, hampered by a cramp, eleventhg Whitney, eighteenthg and Bob Pope of Stratford, twenty-fourth. Participating for the first time in the IC4A meet held annually in New York City's Van Cort- landt Park, Connecticut ended up ninth in a field of twelve teams. Dartmouth was the team winner with 52 points, while the Huskies scored 237 points. Don Burnham, the famed middle-dis- tance runner for the Indians, was the individual winner. The U. of C. runners were led by Morris, who finished the gruelling course 32nd, followed by Martin, 48th, Odermann, 57thg Whitney, 58thg and Pope, 62nd, The lettermen are Bob Odermann, captain, Mike Morris, Art Martin, Roger Whitney and Norman Pratt. T H E 1 9 4 3 T E A M Robert Odermann Nor-man Pratt Arthur Martin Roger Whitney Michael Morris ju Iflf'0'LWfLIfLlf'6L fl This year, more than ever, intramurals at- tracted a wealth of attention because of the ab- sence of many varsity sports. Intercollegiate foot- ball and swimming as well as hockey and other sports were out of the scene. The Intramural Council mapped out a new plan whereby any fraternity which could not send a full team of brothers and pledgees out for a sport, could recruit non-frats living in their house. If this particular team won, then it would not be eligible for the traditional fraternity plaque, in- stead, each player on the team would receive a certificate. This was later changed so that instead of a certificate each winning player would get an inscribed medal. The fraternity house which has a team consist- ing of brothers and pledgees would be eligible to receive the traditional plaque. Tn touch football a situation resulted in which ,Sigma Chi played Sigma Nu and Phi Ep played SAE in a double- header championship playoff. The former teams, each a leader ,in its league, played for the cham- pionship title. Since both teams were eligible only for the medals, the second game was one between the top fraternities eligible for the plaque. Sigma Chi defeated Sigma Nu in a one-sided affair, gaining recognition as undisputed cham- pions. -Phi Ep bowed to SAE, the latter getting the plaque. When the basketball season rolled around, the council had another meeting and it was decided that the temporary ruling established during the touch football season would also hold for basket- ball. However, since fraternity pledging took place between the acts, all the houses had a full fraternity team out for basketball. Only one non- frat team, the Aristons, went out for the compe- tition, and they were a threat to many a team, Phi Ep came back, hardened by their tough loss of the plaque in the football sport. The Phi Ep ensemble, aided and abetted by captain, coach, trainer and cheerleader Ev Seltzer, clinched cham- pionship honors and carried the trophy to their front room. CDQff8l"lfIfL8lfL BASKETBALL Walter' Alesevich, '47 Stuart johnson, '47, Navy Bernard Fisher, '46 Wallace Luchuk, fCaptainJ, '46 Edward Herbert, '47, Marine Corps Julius Markiewicz, '46 C R O S S C O U N T R Y Arthur Martin, '47, Navy C. Robert Odermann, '44, fCaptainJ Navy Michael Morris, '47, Army Air Corps Norman Pratt, '47, Navy Roger Whitney, '44 CROSS COUNTRY NUMERALS Robert Pope, '47, Army Air Corps Frank Rohloff, '47, Army ,fgmglflf y0lf'g8lfL.'58VL PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNFCTICUT jk? EGP! of jM6f805 The end of each member's term is indicated by the date which follows his name. His Excellency, Raymond E. Baldwin, Governor ofthe State of Connecticut, President ex officio ............................................. .. Hartford Alonzo G. Grace, Commissioner of Education, Member ex olicio ......... . . Hartford Olcott F. King, Commissioner of Agriculture, Member ex oliicio .....,........ . . Hartford APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR Mrs. Ruth M. Dadourian, 1945 ...........,. ....... ................... . . Hartford Lewis Fox, Secretary, 1945 ...... .... H artford james W. Hook, 1947 ............ . . . New Haven Edward J. McDonough, jr., 1947 .... .... H artford Arthur M. Mitchell, 1947 ......... .. . Washington Francis S. Murphy, 1945 .. Hartford Samuel R. Spencer, 1945 ........................... .............. . Suffield ELECTED BY THE ALUMNI Willard Eddy, 1945 ................................ ............. M t. Vernon, New York J. Ray W. Ryan, 1947 ................................ ............ Newington EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD Mr. Spencer, Chairman ex officio, Mrs. Dadourian, Messrs. Eddy, Fox, Secretary, Murphy, McDonough, Ryan jhe Uniueraily Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prerident Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the Univerrity Leonard C. Riccio la Sllooh Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate Schools' Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dean of the College of Art: and Sciencer Edwin Garver Woodward, A.M. Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Vice Director of Agricultural Extension William Leroy Slate, B.S. Vice Director of Storrr Agricultural Experiment Station Wilfred B. Young, M.S. l Director of the Ratclife Hickr School of Agriculture john Harold Lampe, Ph.D. Dean of the' School of Engineering Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Dean of the School of Home Economic: Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. . Dean of the School of Education and Acting Dean of the Graduate School Urziverrity Comptroller Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Dean of the School of Burinefre Adminirtration Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D. Dean of the College of Pharmacy, New Haven Carolyn Ladd Widmer, B.A., B.N. ' Dean of the School of Nurring Dean of the School of Social Work Laurence justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Acting Dean of the School of Law Laurence justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Acting Dean of the College of Insurance Inftitute of General and Applied Art: and Science: "'On leave for war service, military or civil we Eiuiffiond William James Haggerty, Ph.D. Director of Student Personnel Edward George Van Bibber, M.P.E. D' Pb ' I Ed ' b 'Y Sumner Alvord Dole, MDA. Dean of Meng h irector of yrica ucatlon and At letics , , , josep Orlean Christian, B. S. Mildred Pearl Ffenfhf A-M- Dnefmf of Houlmg Acting Director of tbe Diiiixion of Pbyxical Education joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D. Director of Testing 'md A'ble"'I Donaldpilbeyt Whittredge, B.S., . Ralph Lawrence Gilman, M.D. University Pbyrzcian A0018 Dffefmf 01' V0mf'0Wl Gu'df'm'e and Plafemen' Walter Semmons, B.S. Editor of Unizferrity Publrcattonr Marjorie Warren Smith, A.B. Regirtrar Michael Francis Momtt, FA, U.S.Al Arthur Lewis Knoblauchy ECLDI Profenor of Military Science and Tacttcx Director of tbe Summer Serrion, University Extension and Education by Radio Paul Alcorn, B.A. University Librarian "'On leave for war service, military or civil we Uniueroify .Sbtfwcle Ex Omcio Menzberr : Messrs. Jorgensen, Gentry, Whetten, Woodward, Newton, Ackerman, Brammell, Lampe, Haggerty, Knoblauch, Young, Miss Bergstrand and Mrs. Widmer - Elective Members for tbe period ending june 30, 1947: J. H. Barnett W. A. Bousfield R. L. Gilman N. W. Hosley E. R. Kline A. I. Mann J. P. H H M. R. A. Manter L. Putnam A, Rollins M. Scott R. White W. Yingling Elective Member: for tbe period ending june 30, 1946 R. C. Baldwin . R. G. Bressler, jr. A. J. Brundage W. H. Carter, jr. F. A. Ferguson M. Kessel Elective Members for tbe period ending june 30, 1945: H. Arjona S. P. Hollister E. G. Burrows W. H. Kinsey W. F. Cheney, Jr. P. E. Pfuetze I. O. Christian C. H. W. Sedgewick F, Couey G. S. Timoshenko . R. M. DeCoursey A. E. Waugh W. L. Kulp J. B. Lucke E. A. Moore E. A. Perregaux W. Stemmons G. S. Torrey Cbfdge of .Magician flare FACULTY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of tbe University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of tbe University Edwin Garver Woodward, A.M. Dean and Director of tbe College of Agriculture Wilfred B. Young, M.S. Director of tbe Ratclijfe Hicks Sclaool of Agriculture and Assistant to tire Dean Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Vice Director of Agricultural Extension William LeRoy Slate, B.Sc. Vice Director of Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station George Newton Alpaugh, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Rodent Control Corinne Robinson Alsop Assistant State Supervisor, Emergency Farm labor Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Luther jay Atkinson, M.S. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economicsi' Frank Fay Atwood, B.S. Assistant Editor'l' Harold Westcott Baldwin, B.S. A.r.si.rtant Editor Leonard P. Ball Assistant State Supervisor, Emergency Farm Labor Esther Dodge Barnett, M.A. Assistant Editor Eugene Nathan Bilenker, B.A. Graduate Assistant in Dairy Industrytl' Laurence Joseph Bilon, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Floriculturei' Raymond George Bressler, Ir., M.S. Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics Benjamin Arthur Brown, M.S. Associate Professor of Agronomy Laura-May Spain Brown, A.B. Assistant Editor Augustus Jackson Brundage Professor of Agricultural Extension, State 4-H Club Leader Floyd Mayo Callward, B.S. Associate Professor of Forestryi' Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Professor of Agricultural Extension, County Agent Leader Fred A. Clarenbach, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics David Andrew Clarke, jr., M.S. , Instructor in Agricultural Economicsi: Leo joseph Cotnoir, Jr., B.A. Graduate Assistant in Agronomy Bradford Dean Crossmon, M.S. Assistant Professor in Farm Management Marion Evans Dakin, B.S. Associate Professor of Nutrition Ford Curtis Daugherty, M.S. Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry Henry Dorsey, Ph.D. Professor of Agronomy Frank Francis Ferrigno, M.S. Instructor in Animal Disea.re.r'l' Mordecai Lionel Gabriel, Ph.D. Instructor in Genetics Doris Gardner, A.A. Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Donald Clifton Gaylord, B.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry Rebecca Gifford, D.V.B. Instructor in Animal Diseases George Percival Goodearl, B.S. Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry Charlotte Goodwin, B.A. District Supervisor, Emergency Farm Labor Gottfried Christian Graf, M.S. Assistant Professor of Dairy Industry Harold Homer Hale, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Animal Di.reases"' Denzel June Hankinson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Dairy Industry Wesley Joyce Hansen, M.S. Instructor in Agricultural Economics'lt William Frederich Henry, M.S. Instructor in Agricultural Economicstl' Robert Gregg Hepburn, B.S. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics Sherman Preston Hollister, B.S.A. Professor of Horticulture Neil Wetmore Hosley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Forestry and Wildlife Management james Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer johnson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Roy Edwin Jones Professor of Poultry Husbandry Erwin Leopold jungherr, D.M.V. Professor of Animal Diseases Harriett Beatrice Kalison, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Oliver Wilhelm Kaufmann, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Dairy Industry Malcolm Henderson Kerr, M.S. Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry fOn Loan to Windham Countyj Allan Victor King, M.S. Instructor in Agronomy Merle Sharon Klinck, B.S.M.E. Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering Walter Landauer, Ph.D. Professor of Genetics Harriet Elizabeth Longley, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Agronomy Lisbeth Macdonald, R.N. Assistant Professor of Rural Healtb Albert Irving Mann, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Lloyd Daniel Matterson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry Arthur Ronello Merrill, B.S. Professor of Dairy Industry John Turner Merrill, A.B. Assistant Editori' Clarence john Miller, M.S. Instructor in Agricultural Economics Edwin Lincoln Minard, Ph.D. Instructor in Animal Di.rea.ses Rex J. Morthland, M.S. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economicsi' Helen Rydquest Moseley, M.S. Instructor in Genetics Rufus Isham Munsell, M.S. Instructor in Agronomy James Stanley Owens, M.S. Professor of Agronomy Ruth Evelyn Parcells, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Roland Harrison Patch, M.S. Associate Professor of Floriculture Harold Oliver Perkins, M.L.A. " A.r.ri.rtant Professor of Landscape Gardening Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics Wayne Norman Plastridge, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Animal Diseases Alton Millett Porter, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Vegetable Gardening Paul Lee Putnam, M.S. Professor of Farm Management and State Farm Labor Supervisor Leo Frederick Rettger, Ph.D. Professor of Animal Diseases Howard Arthur Rollins, M.S. Associate Professor of Pomology Ruth Tower Russell, B.S. Associate Professor of Home Economics, State Home Demonstration Leader Loy Luther Sammet, M.Sc. Assistant Profersor of Agricultural Engineeringit August Frederick Schulze, M,S. Instructor in Animal Diseases Harold Martin Scott, Ph.D. Professor of Poultry Husbandry Stanley Kilbourne Seaver, M.S. Instructor in Agricultural Economics Harry Wilbur Seeley, M.S. Instructor in Dairy Industry joseph Clement Shaw, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Dorothy Yale Shepard, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Edwin Pierce Singsen, M.S. Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry Matilda Martha Sobon, B.S. ' Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases'f' Franklin Wallburg Southwick, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Pomology Walter Stemmons, B.S. Editor David Nutting Stiles Assistant State Farm Labor Supervisor Gladys Elizabeth Stratton, M.A. Associate Professor of Home Management NOFIUHH Paul Tedf0W, BS- Extension Soil Conseruationist Katherine Amanda Tingley, M.A. Assistant Professor of Clotbing Elsie Trabue, B.S. Associate Professor of Agricultural Extension, Assistant State 4-H Club Leader Owen Smith Trask, B.S. Instructor in Poultry Husbandry and Horticulture, 4-H Clubs Corinne Wadhams, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Floriculture Nathan Lasalle Whetten, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociologyif Albert Edmund Wilkinson, M.S.A. Proferror of Vegetable Gardening Leander Farnham Williams, M,S. Afrirtant Proferror of Animal Di.rea,re.r Edgar Zwilling, Ph.D, Inrtructor in Geneticrif CONSULTANTS AND COLLABORATORS fWithout Votej Leslie Clarence Dunn, Sc.D. Geneticr Rerearcb. Proferror of Zoology, Columbia Uniuerzfity Alan MacLeod, Ph.D. Agricultural Economicr Rerearcb, Executive Secretary. New England Rerearcb Council on Marketing and Food Supply Alwin M. Pappenheimer, M.D. Animal Direarer Rerearcb, Proferror of Patbology, Columbia Uniaerrity Francis Bernard Schuler, B.S. junior Dirtrict Agent, Dizfirion of Predator and Rodent Control EMERITUS PROFESSORS Linton Brown Crandall, B.S. Proferror of Apiculture, Emeritur Harry Lucian Garrigus, B.Agr. Proferror of Animal Hurbandry, Emeritur William Franklin Kirkpatrick, M.S. Proferror of Poultry Hurbandry, Emeritur Edith Lillian Nason, B.S. Proferror of Home Economicr, State Home Dettzonrtration Leader Albert Ernest Moss, M.F. Proferror of Forettry, Emeritux David Edmond Warner, B.S. Arrociate Proferror of Poultry H urbandry, Emeritur George Cleveland White, M.A. Proferror of Dairy Indurtry COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS FAIRFIELD COUNTY LeRoy Miller Chapman, B.S. Agricultural Agent Ralph Francis Sturtevant, B.S. Arrirtant Agricultural Agentf Raymond Johnson Platt, B.S. A,r.rirtant County Agent Helen Louise Clark, B.S. Home Demonrtration Agent james Royal Case, M.A. Club Agentif Marjorie Barham Clement, B.S. Acting Club Agent Beulah Mohnkern Shanley, B.S. A.r.ri.rtant Club Agent George P. Sexton Emergency Farm Labor A.r.ri.rtant HARTFORD COUNTY William Lombard Harris, Jr., B.S. Agricultural Agent Russell Sigurd Anderson, B.S. A.r.ri,rtant Agricultural Agent Marion Louise Fry, B.S. Home Demonrtration Agent Randolph Wilbur Whaples, B.S. Club Agent and Emergency Farm Labor A.r,ri.rtant Harold Howell Sweeton, B.S. A,l',fL.l'ltIl7l Club Agent Elizabeth Waite Farnham, B.S. Arrirtant Club Agent 0 .Arla CFLVL Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prerident of tbe Uniuerrity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of tbe Untaerrtty Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dean of tbe College of Artr and Science: Charles J. Pelletier, B.S.E. A.r.ri.rtant Inrtructor in Pbyricr Janet Mora Aitken, M.A. Arrirtant Inrtructor in Geology Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. 1 Arrociate Proferror of Cbemtrtryii Raymond Rich Andrews, B.A. A.r.ri,rtant Inrtructor in Cbemirtry Homero Arjona, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Foreign Languages Frank Fay Atwood, B.S. A.r.ri.rtant Unirterrity Editori' Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Pbiloropby David Henry Barlow, Second Lieutenant, Infantry Arrirtant Proferror of Military Science and Ifacticr james Harwood Barnett, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Sociology Arthur Peter Becker, M.A. Inrtructor in Econonticr Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Zoologyii Franklin George Benson, Staff Sergeant, Infantry fD.E.M.L.J R.O.T.C. - , A.r.ri.rtant to tbe Proferror of Military Science and Tacttcr David james Blick, M,S, Inrtructor tn Cbemtrtry "'On leave for war service, military or civil LITCHFIELD COUNTY Raymond Putnam Atherton, B.S. Agricultural Agent Stanley Newkirk Gaunt, B.S. Arrirtant Agricultural Agent Eleanor Stowe Moss, B.S. Home Demonrtration Agent George Dale Musser, B.S. Club Agent Jeanne Isabelle Hinman, B.S. Arrociate Club Agent Frederick Louis Hellerich, B.S. Emergency Farm Labor A.r.ri.ftant MIDDLESEX COUNTY Philip Frederick Dean, B.S. Agricultural Agent Marjorie Symonds Lord Home Demonrtration Agent James Thomas Laidlaw, B.S. Club Agenti' Henry Martin Hansen, B.S. Club Agent Marion Standen Watson, B.S. Arrociate Club Agent Earl G. Osterhoudt Emergency Farm Labor A.r.ri.rtant NEW HAVEN COUNTY Roy Elles Norcross, B.S. Agricultural Agent Robert Francis Stevens, M.S. Arrociate Agricultural Agent Frances Maria Whitcomb, M.A. Home Demonrtration Agent Warren Edwin Brockett, B.S. Club Agent Elizabeth MacPherson Hayes, B.S. Arrociate Club Agent Harold C. Smith Emergency Farm Labor A.r.ri.rtant Edmund Place Waterbury, A.B. Emergency Farm Labor Arrirtant NEW LONDON COUNTY William Lakin Brown, B.S. Agricultural Agent? Wrlltel' Stanley Hale, B.S. Agricultural Agent Stanley Hopkins Wiggin, B.S. Arrirtant Agricultural Agent Mary Louise Wright, B.S. Home Demonstration Agent Tilford William Cocks, M.S. Club Agent Elizabeth Weston Baker, B.S. Arrirtant Club Agent James M. Young Emergency Farm Labor Arrirtant TOLLAND COUNTY Ernest Eugene Tucker Agicultural Agent Sarah Helen Roberts, M.S. Home Demonrtration Agent Eugene Henry Seften, B.S. in Agr. Club Agents' James Thomas Laidlaw, B.S. Club Agent Dorothy Maud Morton, B.S. A.r.ri.rtant Club Agent Raymond C. Barows, B.S. Emergency Farm Labor Arrirtant WINDHAM COUNTY Raymond Eric Wing, M.S. Agricultural Agent -Malcolm Henderson Kerr, M.S. Arrirtant Agricultural Agent Gussie Randall Paulhus, M.A. Home Demonrtration Agent Howard Dexter johnson, B.S, Club Agents' Charlotte Gove Neff, B.S. Club Agent Paul Seaman Latimer, B.S. Arrirtant Club Agent Paul M. Phillips, B.S. Emergency Farm Labor Arrirtant .SZLQVLCQ5 jack Wolf Broucek, M.M. Inrtructor in Murici' Joseph Brown, jr., A.M Arrociate Proferror of Foreign Languages' Ralph H. Brown, M.A. Inrtructor in Engli.rb"' Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D. A.r.ri.rtant Proferror of Sociologyf Martin Cary Burton, jr., M.M. Inrtructor in Mu.ric't Ralph Judson Bushnell, Ph.D. Arrirtant Proferror of Geneticr Eric Walter Carlson, M,A. Inrtructor in Englirb Western Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Prycbology William Harrison CarteI', Jr., Ph.D. ,Proferror of Economicrilt I-CHOFC Clwfefl, A.B. Inrtructor in Sociology Charles G. Chakerian, Ph.D., D.D. Viriting Proferror of Sociology Kon .rtaf of Hartford Seminary Foundation and Connecticut Collegel Robert C. Challman, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Prycbology Kon .rtaff or Norwicb State Horpitalt Helene Chjefley, A.B. Inrtructor in Matbematicr William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Proferror of Matbematicr Gfftfe D- QhfQSf6f, B-S. Instructor in Pbyricr Corinne Christian, M.A. Instructor in Hirtory Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S. Associate Professor of Physical Education William Ross Clark, A.M. Instructor in English Virginia Lee Close, B.A. Graduate Assistant in History and Government Lewis H. Cohen, Ph.D., M.D. A.rsociate Professor of Psychology Kon stag of Norwich State Hospitalj Carolyn Clement Comings, B.A. Graduate Assistant in Sociology Wendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistryf' Erben Cook, Jr., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Arsene Croteau, M.A. Professor of Foreign Languages Dorothy Culp, Ph.D. Instructor in Government Lucretia B. Cunningham, M.S.Sc. Instructor in Sociology Kon staf of Council of Social Agencies of Hartfordj Olga Elena deCillis, M.A. Instructor in Psychology Russell Myles DeCoursey, Ph.D. Professor of Zoology Reinhold August Dorwart, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History Neal Frank Doubleday, Ph.D. Instructor in English Justin Vary Emerson, B.A. Instructor in English Douglas Patten Fay, B.S.E Assistant Instructor in Physics Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Professor of Physics Carl Frederick Fischer, M.A. A.rsistant Professor of Physical Education Herbert Arthur France, M.M. Associarte Professor of Music Jane Galinat, B.A. Graduate Assistant in History Albert F. Gegenheimer, Ph.D. Instructor in Englishf' Betty S. Gegenheimer, B.A. Instructor in English Augusta H. Gerberich, A.B. Instructor in History Sophie Gianninoto, A.B. Assistant Instructor in Foreign Languages Ingeborg Greeff, M.A. Assistant Instructor in English Albert H. Griswold, B.S. Instructor in Physics Roy Jones Guyer, A.B., M.P.E. Professor of Physical Education Elaine Hammer, A.B. Graduate Assistant in Psychology George Robert Hilton, Ph.D. Instructor in Foreign Languages John H. Hordines, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education Hugh Wylie Hunter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physicsi' James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Walter David Jackson, Staff Sergeant, Infantry, fD.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 Englishl' Richard H. Jacquith, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry Donald D. Jolmson, M.A. Instructor in History Marcel Kessel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Charles Albert Kind, Ph.D. Instructor in Chemistry Wendell Homer Kinsey, M.A. Associate Professor of Physics Ernest Ray Kline, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Walter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology Robert Seeley LaRue, A.B. Instructor in Physics William Norris Leonard, M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics"' Stephanie Letitia, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Physical Education Bernhard Olaf Johan Linnevold, M.A. Instructor in Government Lena Crain Logan, Ph.D Instructor in History John Becker Lucke, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Geology Edward Wilbur Manchester, M.A. Instructor in Englishl' Jerauld Armington Manter, B.S. Associate Professor of Entomology Nelson Marshall, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Edgar McReynolds, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Government? Shoo! of gnsiness Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Dean and Professor of Insurance Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Associate Professor of Business Edttcation and Secretarial Studies Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Michael Francis Mollitt, Major, Field Artillery Professor of Military Science and Tactics John Cochran Montgomery, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Professor of History Frederick Albert Mote, Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology' Lloyd S. Nelson, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Physics Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Carl Gustaf Allan Nordling, Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics Helen Howard Nowlis, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Vincent Nowlis, Ph.D. Instructor in Psychology Elsie Eleanor Paulson, M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Lawrence Raymond Penner, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology Paul Eugene Pfuetze, M.A., B.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy Sarah Pon, B.S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Sarah Thorpe Ramage, Ph.D. Instructor in English John S. Rankin, Ph.D Assistant Instructor in Botany Victor Alexander Rapport, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology' Helen G. Roberts, A.M. Instructor in Mathematics Henry James Rockel, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English Josephine Ala Rogers, M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education Meredith Runner, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology George Brandon Saul, Ph.D. 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 Rose Sedgewick, Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics Rubin Segal Instructor in Music Kon staff of Julius Hartt School of Musicl Theodor Karl Siegel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Isabel Sklow, A.B. Instructor in Sociology James Roger Spriggs, A.B. Instructor in Economics Walter Stemmons, B.S. University Editor Henry Gruber Stetler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology Paul Nason Taylor, A.M. Instructor in Economics Madge Tennant, A.B. Assistant Instructor in Botany Thomas Thale, M.D. Instructor in Psychology lon staf of Norwich State Hospital! Winthrop Tilley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Salford Torrey, A.M. Professor of Botany Edward George VanBibber, M.P.E. Associate Professor of Physical Education? Raymond Harold Wallace, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Botany Richard Wargo, B.P.E. Instructor in Physical Education Robert Warnock, Jr., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Albert Edmund Waugh, M.S. Professor of Economics' Stanley Edward Wedberg, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Bacteriologyl' Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociologyf' Donald Sigsbee White, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Max Richard White, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Government Vinton Esten White, A.B. Instructor in Bacteriology Robert K. Wickware, M.A. Instructor in Physics Kon staff of Willimantic State Teachers College! Robert Ellsworth Will, M.A. Assistant Professor of English? James William Yates, M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert Wright Yingling, M. A. Associate Professor of Music .xdchnftitftialfrccfion Ruth Bosworth, M.A. Instructor in Secretarial Studies Hugh Steffensen Cannon, M.B.A. Associate Professor of Accounting William Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Economics John G. Confrey Assistant Professor of Business Administration D0r0tl1Y CHIP, Ph.D. Instructor in Government Nellie Gard, A.M. Associate Professor of Home Economics Karl Peter Hanson, B.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering James Henry Healey, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Business Administration Hildegarde Hilton, A.B. Inrtructor in Burinerr Adminirtration Charles Raymond Kummer, Ph.D. Inrtructor in Government William Lawrence Lomax, Jr., M.B.A. Arrociate Proferror of Induxtry Samuel Charles McMillan, M.B.A. Arrirtant Proferror of Marketing 5400! O! golvzccclion Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prerident of the Univerrity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the Unfverrity Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Dean and Proferror of Education Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Arrociate Proferror of Burinerr Education and Secretarial Studie: David James Blick, M.S. Inrtructor in Cbernirtry Ruth Bosworth, M.A. Inrtructor in Secretarial Studier Weston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Pryclaology Augustus Jackson Brundage Proferror of Agricultural Extenrion, State 4-H Club Leader William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Praferror of Matbematicr Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S. Arrociate Proferror of Playrical Education Edith Browne Corttis, M.A. Arrirtant Inrtructor in Education Fred Couey, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferxor of Education Arsene Croteau, A.M. Proferror of Foreign Languager Russell Myles DeCoursey, Ph.D. Proferror of Zoology Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Proferror of Education Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Education .ggitoof of giftgirteerirtg Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the Univerrity Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University John Harold Lampe, D.Engr. Dean and Proferfor of Electrical Engineering Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Proferror of Insurance John Oliver Burke, Jr., B.E. Inrtructor in Electrical Engineering Howard Wallace Butler, B.S. Inrtructor in Mechanical Engineering Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc. Proferror of Civil Engineering William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Proferror of Matlaernatics Charles Henry Coogan, M.S., M.E. Arrirtant Proferror of Meclaanical Engineering Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Proferror of Playxicr Edward Victor Gant, M.S. U A,r.ri.rtant Proferror of Civil Engineering Iva N. Gove Inrtructor in Electrical Engineering Karl Peter Hanson, B.S. Proferror of Meclaantcal Engineering Robert D. Hart A.f.ri,ftant Inrtructor in Electrical Engineering Thomas Sparling Hargreaves, M.S. . . Inrtructor in Mechanical Engineering Robert Blynn Harris, B.S. Inftructor in Engineering g'6LC!lfL6'Lf8 .SQAOOK Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. Prerident of tllje gniverrity ' f l Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of t e niverri y Nathan Lasclle Whetten, Ph.D Dean of the Graduate Sclrool Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Acting Dean of tlte Graduate Sclrool Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Q Proferror of Inrurance Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. I Arrociate Proferror of Clrern1.rtry'f Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. I Arrociate Proferror of Dairy Indu.rtry Homero Arjona, Ph.D. h fA.r.rociate Proferror of Foreign Languager Rex J. Morthland, M.A. Arrirtant Proferror of Agricultural Economic: Raymund Alexander Ross, M.A. Arrirtant Profesror of Accounting Elisabeth S. H. Scott, B.S. Inrtructor in Secretarial Studie! I part timel Cecil Gage Tilton, M.S., M.B.A. Arrociate Proferror of Burinerf Adminirtration William Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Education William James Haggerty, Ph.D. Auirtant Proferror of Education John Howard Jacobson, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Englirb Wilma Belknap Keyes, B.S. Arrirtant Proferror of Art Wendell Homer Kinsey, A.M. Arrociate Proferfor of Pbyricr Lillis Lucile Knappenberger, A.M. Arrociate Proierror of Home Economic: Education Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D. Profertor of Education Dorothy Marie Knoell, A.B. Graduate Arrirtant in Education Dorothy Margaret Leahy, Ed.D. Arrirtant Proferror of Home Economic: Education Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Proferror of History Vincent Nowlis, Ph.D. Arrirtant Proferror of Prychology Alton Millett Porter, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Horticulture Josephine Ala Rogers, M.A. Arrociate Professor of Pltyrical Education David Emanual Strom Inrtructor in Education Clarence A. Weber, Ph.D. Artociate Professor of Education Robert Wright Yingling, A.M. Arrociate Proferror of Muxic Roland Luther Hummel, B.A.S. Inrtructor in Civil Engineering Robert J.-Jeffries Graduate Arrirtant in Electrical Engineering Richard King, M.S. Instructor in Civil Engineering" Earl Russell Moore, B.S. Inrtructor in Meclranical Engineering Paul Harry Nelson, B.S. in E.E., A.M. A.r.ri.rtant Proferror of Electrical Engineering Bronis Robert Onuf, B.S.E. Inrtructor in Mechanical Engineering Henry James Rockel, Ph.D. Arfirtant Proferror of Englirla Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S. Arrociate Proferror of Claemiftry Erich Richard Stephan, M.S. Arrirtant Proferror of Meclaanical Engineering Cecil Gage Tilton, M.S., M.B.A. Arrociate Proferror of Burinerr Adntinirtrationf Gregory Stephen Timoshenko, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Electrical Engineering Arthur Nelson Vanderlip, M.C.E. Arrociate Proferror of Civil Engineering? Edward Reginald Van Driest, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Civil Engineering Eric Arthur Walker, Sc.D. Arrociate Proferror of Electrical Engineering' James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Sociology Harwood Seymour Belcling, Ph.D. Afrociate Proferror of Zoologyi' Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Profeliror of Home Economic: Weston Ashmore Bouslield, Ph.D. Arrociate Proferror of Pryclaology Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Proferror of Education Raymond George Bressler, Jr., M.S. Arrociate Proferror of Agricultural Econornicr Benjamin Arthur Brown, M.S. Associate Professor of Agronomy Joseph Brown, Jr., A.M. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology? Ralph Judson Bushnell, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Genetics William Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Economics" Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc. Professor of Ciuil Engineering William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Wendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry? Fred Couey, 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 William Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Karl Peter Hanson, B.S. Professor of Mechanical Engineering Neil Wetmore Hosley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Forestry and Wildlife Management Huge Wylie Hunter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physicsf' James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer Johnson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy I ndustry Erwin Leopold Jungherr, D.M.V. Professor of Animal Diseases Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D. Professor of Education .SZAOOZ o!.JQ!orr1,e Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Dean and Professor of Home Economics Ruth Amelia Allen, M.S. Assistant Professor of Clothing and Art Carol Kulp Beagley, M.A. Instructor in Art Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoologyi: Weston Ashmore Bousiield, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Marjorie Beebe Carter Assistant Instructor in H ome Economics Vfilliam Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Economics'l: Marion Evans Dakin, B.S. Associate Professor of Nutrition Frank Alexander Ferguson, M.A. Professor of Physics Mildred Pearl French, A.M. Professor of Home Economics Nellie Ataline Gard, A.M. Associate Professor of Clothing and Art Mary Louise Greenwood, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Wilma Belknap Keyes, B.S. Assistant Professor of Art Lillis Lucile Knappenberger, A.M. Associate Professor of Home Economics Education Dorothy Margaret Leahy, M.A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education meg? of WA6Ll"l'1fL6'LCy Q Located in New Haven, Connecticutj Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the Uniifersity Charles Burt Gentry, M,S. in Agr. Dean of the University Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D. Dean and Professor of Chemistry Robert Hugh Alcorn, LL.M. Instructor in Pharmaceutical jurisprudence and Ethics Bruno Bacchiocchi, B.S. fPhar.J Assistant Instructor in Pharmacy Leslie Burns Barrett, Ph.C. Professor of Biology and Pharmacognosy Courtney Craig Bishop, M.D. Instructor in First Aidit Harry Mayer Eudowe, M.S. Instructor in Biochemistry Nicholas William Fenney, B. S. fPhar.J Instructor in Pharmacy Horace James Fuller, B.A. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Thomas Hannigan Instructor in First Aid 'fOn leave for war service, military or civil Walter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology John Harold Lampe, D.Engr. Professor of Electrical Engineering Walter Landauer, Ph.D. Professor of Genetics James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Edgar McReynolds, Ph,D. Associate Professor of Gouernment'f Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Professor of History Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Vincent Nowlis, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics Alton Millett Porter, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Vegetable Gardening Martha Potgieter, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition Paul Lee Putnam, M.S. Professor of Farm Management George Brandon Saul, Ph.D. Professor of English Harold Martin Scott, Ph.D. Professor of Poultry Hushandry Howard Arnold Seckerson, M.A. Professor of English Joseph Clement Shaw, Ph.D. Associate 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 Economicsi' Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociologyf Max Richard White, Ph.D. As.rociate Professor of Government C0l'l0l'VLltC5 Marie Gustava Lundberg, M.A. Professor of Foods and Nutrition Lisbeth Macdonald, R.N. Assistant Professor of Rural Health James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Engli.sh Samuel Charles McMillan, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Marketing Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Martha Potgieter, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition Elizabeth Rogge, M.S. Assistant Professor of Foods and Nutrition Ruth Tower Russell, B.S. Associate Professor of Home Economics, State Home Demonstration Leader Gladys Elizabeth Stratton, A.M. Associate Professor of Home Management Sarah Thames, M.S. Assistant Professor of Institutional Administration Katherine Amanda Tingley, M.S. Assistant Professor of Clothing Elsie Trabue, B.S. Associate Professor of Agricultural Extension' Assistant State 4-H Club Leader Ella St. Clair Van Dyke, M.A. Assistant Professor of Art"' Frank Hefner, M.A. Instructor in German Josephine Izzo, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Biological Sciences Augustus Andrew Maier, B.S. fPhar.J Professor of Chemi.rtry and Pharmacy Chester Andrew Potrepka, B.S. fPhar.J Assistant Instructor in Chemistry and Physics Thomas R. Robinson, D.C.L. Instructor in Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence and Ethics Richmond Malley Rudden, M.A. Instructor in Eunglishff Florence Strange Instructor in Mathematics Harley 5- Tl10mPSOD Instructor in English Wallace Fletcher White, M.S. Instructor in Biology and Pharmacology Walter Royalstone Williams, B,S. fPhar.J U A Instructor in Chemistry Wayland Williams Instructor in First Aidtf ' f , V . I w f we nggniom CLASS OF 1944 Abbadessa, Frank John Abel, Inez Amorette Anderson, Florence E. Anderson, Gertrude A. Anderson, Victor A. Andisio, Laura P. Barlow, Clement S. Battistini, Frank A. Baudreau, Jean C. Begg, Mary French Benedict, H. Norman Berman, David Bernstein, Irving Billard, Marie Smith Bishop, Lynette Jesma Black, Virginia Grace Blake, Richard Edward Bolan, Mary Roberta Boyko, John Brennan, John Joseph Buell, E. Jeanette Calhoun, Phyllis M. Carsten, Edith Warner Chasnoff, Emanuel Coderre, Marc Coggins, Nancy Claire Cohen, Priscilla Confrey, Patricia G. Coons, Carolyn Elaine Cowles, Caroline M. Dailey, Marion May De More, Hope Ann Dewey, Mildred Louise Donahue, James Edward Draper, Barbara C. Due, Betty Lucille Dupras, Leonard E. Elliott, Barbara Wulf Ezrow, Jean Beatrice Fagan, Martin Forrest Fay, Douglas Patten Feldman, Ruth L. Flynn, Celeen Edna Franklin, Elinor Fraser, Joyce M. Fuller, Robert Austin Galya, Katherine H. Gates, Leland Clayton Genetos, Clara Mary West Haven Yantic Bridgeport Forestville Pennvale, Penn. 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Gloria Jeffries, Robert J. Johnson, Norma D. Joyce, Virginia F. Katz, Herbert Ruel Kawasaki, Don Keyes, Eunice Edna King, Harriet Hazel Kirschner, Charlotte Kivelewitz, Leo Kocaba, Helen Louise Konick, Arthur Edw. Kuzdal, Anthony P. Lamberti, Armand La Place, Eleanor Lathrop, Gertrude A. Lavastida, Aubert Lovdal, Thelma S. Lydiard, Lois Harriet MacKenzie, Margaret McCabe, Tharon MacDonald, Margaret Marion, Gloria Marion, Jean Eleanor Marvin, Ruth Lois Maxwell, Alice May Meegan, Mary C. Midura, Thaddeus Mikulich, Ann Milazzo, John M. Waterbury Windsor Hartford Waterbury Brooklyn, N. Y. Hartford Nichols Bridgeport Hartford West Cornwall Collinville Danbury Springdale Stamford Wallinford Storrs Waterbury Windsor Locks Riverside Willimantic Norwich Chaplin Bridgeport Darien East Woodstock South Norwalk Bridgeport Norwich Hartford Putnam Mount Carmel Hartford Little Neck, N. Y. Branford Westerly, R. I. New Haven Norwich Ansonia New Haven Willimantic Meriden Deep River Norwich 'Stratford Southbury Wethersfield Waterford Windsor Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Voluntown New Haven Hartford Norwich Waterbury Hartford Oxford New Haven Mirsky, William Mishley, Joseph John Montano, George Paul Morgan, M. Jeanette Morkus, Xavier F. Myronick, Marie Narotsky, Saul Neifeld, Marion Nixon, Elizabeth M. Odermann, Charles R. Ogawa, Luther Olds, Walter Francis O'Neil, Nathan Dyer Palmer, Ruth Everglyn Parizeau, Eli Joseph Pearson, H. Patricia Pelletier, Charles J. Platt, Malcolm Rennie Puska, Mildred E. Reback, Louise Edith Rogers, Allan Leslie Rogers, Helen V. Rosenberg, Rhoda Safin, Helen Margaret Sarratt, Marjorie C. Schultz, Herbert A. Seltzer, Everett H. Sexton, Dorothy L. Shea, Kathleen Denise Sheketoff, Harry M. ide Jfuftiom SEPTEMBER, 1943 Ackerman, Grace Ann Aisawa, Shiro Aitner, Thomas M. Anastasion, William T. Anderson, Arthur E. Anderson, Robert Marcus Apter, Miriam H. 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Flynn, Jeanne Marie Ford, Edith Anne Fowler, Raymond Francis, Elizabeth Gadue, Lois Cecille Gladstein, Philip Goldberg, Ada Gordon, Elaine F. Grant, Patricia H. Gronau, Heinz Oscar Grune, Werner N. Hall, Marjorie Louise Hanley, Barbara Ellen Hatsian, Kirk G. Hayakawa, W. Nagamasa Hayden, Ruth Kellogg Helming, Frederick William Herrmann, Marjorie E. Bridgeport Bridgeport Essex West Haven Hartford Lynbrook, N. Y. Greenwich Hartford New Haven Lakeville Hartford Westport New Haven West Hartford West Haven Mt. Hermon, Mass. North Haven Saybrook Shelton New London ' East Hartford Avon New Haven Bristol Bridgeport Manchester Mt. Carmel Willimantic Ansonia New London Springheld, Mass. West Hartford Watertown Essex Waterbury Windsor West Haven Hartford Colchester Brooklyn, N. Y. Melrose Bridgeport Bridgeport West Haven Stratford Hartford Chicago, Ill. Haddam Waterbury Middletowvn Hinchlilf, Thomas H. Hoff, Ruth Ann Horton, Constance Hubbard, Charles L. 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West Haven Storrs Middletown Putnam Hartford Hartford Danielson Hartford Hamden Greene, R. I. New Haven Pratt, Lois VerVeer Rabinowitz, Anita Randall, Barbara L. Rashall, Hedda L. Ravitz, Philip Rcss, Ruth Eva Richards, Marguerite Rinaldi, Leonard Rodgers, Charles A., jr. Rooney, Phyllis Rosenfeld, Constance Rosenstein, Elinor Rowzee, Vivian G. Sangree, Rita DeN. Saul, Ezra Victor Schaffner, Eleanor A. Schechner, Evelyn Schlotterbeck, Louise Schwanda, Eugenia B. Seems, Eugene G. Sevin, Louise Neville Shain, Charlotte Ann Shea, jean Carter Sheehan, Frances B. Mt. Clemens, Mich. New Haven Stamford Ellington Bridgeport Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Pomfret Torrington West Hartford Hartford Highland Park, N. Y. New York, N. Y. Groton Milford Hartford Hamden Flushing, N. Y. Bridgeport Stafford Springs Torrington New London Bridgeport Glenbrook New London 5418 0WfL0l"8ff CLASS or 1946 A Adajian, Lillian Ahlberg, Phyllis Anello, Yolonde M. Anthony, Agnes E. Ariewitz, Emily Ascher, Arleen G. H. 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Bauer, Mary Joanne Bazarian, Helen jean Beaumont, Doris Ellen Bell, Phyllis Helen Bentz, Dorothy B. Berchtold, Arlene M. Berdon, David Daniel Danbury Bedford, N. Y. Norwich Waterbury West Hartford Goshen Windham Newington Norwich East Hartford Middletown Westerly, R. I. Uncasville West Hartford Saybrook Rockfall Hartford Warehouse Point Hartford East Hartford Stamford New London West Simsbury New Haven Bloomheld Hamden Waterbury Middlebury Seymour Hamden Shelton Windsor Winsted New Haven West Haven East Norwalk Newark, N. Hartford Mansfield Center Manchester Hartford Waterbury Rocky Hill Putnam New Britain New Haven New Haven .SZ OWLOIWQ5 if.. P Binks, Myra Coles Biretta, Vitti julian Black, Lois Carolyn Blake, Mary Elizabeth Blinder, William Bliss, Carolyn I. Boltuch, Harriet Bonadies, Dorothy H. Bradley, Effie E. Brady, Elizabeth M. Brettschneider, S. S. Bristol, Minerva Ann Bronerwine, Calvin B. Brown, Margaret Anne Brown, Marion Ella Btundage, Margaret M. Burgess, Beverly B. 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West Hartford Hartford Plantsville ' 01" 0 6' ww W r K 3 MQW 4 1881 'C 0 S ,K L,zf3'?"Q 9 A QI fs 'FP-' Q 'Y alrmcawy N o menclatufe Synonym Habitat Cultivation Derrription Artionr N o menrlature S yno nym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Actionr N omenrlature S yno n ym Habitat Cultivation Description Actions No menrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Der cription Actionr Nomenrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Artionr SOLOMON BALBER "Bal" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Brilliant . . . Potential genius . . . Look out when he starts compounding . . . Benny Goodman fan . . . Photography bug. Glee Club lg Student Council 2, 3g Medal Committee 2g Fresh- man Reception Committee 5g Class Ring Committeeg NUT- MBGQ Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternityg Rho Chi Honor Societyg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Who's got my Physics notes?" GLORIA GERTRUDE BEDRICK "Go-Go" Hartford, Conn. Weaver High School Homespun comedienne . . . Sleeping Beauty . . . Miss Eccen- tricity of 1944. American Pharmaceutical Association: Picture Committeeg Girls' Bowling Teamg Upsilon Phi Sigma Sorority. "Listen, Bubl" RICHARD HAROLD BERENSON "Dick" Hartford, Conn. Weaver High School Political demon . . . Small, but dynamic . . . As restful as a volcano . . . Varga Girl admirer . . . Dreams of an ethical pharmacy: Bowling Team 1, 2g Freshman Reception Committee 2, 35 Prom Committeeg Banquet Committeeg Picture Committeeg Class President 33 Editor of pharmacy section of NUTMEGQ Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternityg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Wanna bet!" RALPH BERGER "Ralph" New Haven, Conn. Bassick High School Hospital pharmacist . . . Quiet . . . Practical Rx compounder . . . Man of many jokes, which are not appreciated. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Glee Club 1, 2g Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternity. "Harrumph, err, uh, Mr. White." WILLIAM JACOB BERMAN "Yank" New York, N. Y. DeWitt Clinton High School Craves baseball, blondes, blind dates . . . Personality plus . . . Gotham's gift to U.C.C.P. - Class Ring Committeeg Prom Committeeg Banquet Committeeg Picture Committeeg Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternityg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Stop your moanin' l" N o men clature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Action: N omenrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Action: N o menrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Derrription Actionr Nomenclature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dexcription Action: N omenrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Artionr ROCCO CIARLO "Rocky" Waterbury, Conn. Crosby High School Caricaturist extraordinary . . . Studious . . . Accomplished meat cutter . . . Photography hend . . . Well liked. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Kappa Psi Fraternity. "Got the quiz for today?" COSMO DEPALMA "Cozzy" Waterbury, Conn. Leavenworth High School Friendly smile for all . . . Easy to get along with . . . De- pendable. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Kappa Psi Fraternityg Class Motto Committee. "Gee, I llunked that quiz!" VINCENT N. DIMICCO "Smasher" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Rides herd on the pinball range . . . To know him is to like him. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Banquet Committeeg Bowling Team. "Here's one straight from the horse!" JEANETTE M. EHLERT "jean" Stratford, Conn. Warren Harding High School Diligent . . . Pleasant . . . Considerate. Pharma-Conn 1, 2g Freshman Reception Committee 24 Class Ring Committeeg Upsilon Phi Sigma Sororityg Rho Chi Honor Societyg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Mr. Fuller-r-r." MARCIA SONYA EUDOWE "Marsh" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Good-natured . . . Witty . . . Coiffure de la Eggbeater. Pharma-Conn 15 Class Secretary 53 American Pharmaceutical Associationg Dance Committee 2g Picture Committeeg Upsilon Phi Sigma Sorority. "Are you kidding?" N a menrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Derrription Artionx Nomenclature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Derrriptio n Actionr N o nzenrlature Syno n ynz Habitat Cultivation Dercription Action! Nomenclature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Der rription Action: Nom enrlature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Derrription Action: HERBERT G'IBOR "Herbie" Old Greenwich, Conn. Stamford High School Quiet . . . Good-natured . . . Abounding with latent abilities . . . Doesn't say much, but what he thinks is nobody's busi- ness. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Class Gift Committeeg Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternity. "I tell you it wasn't a bologna sandwich!" AMERICO GIULIANO "Max" Waterbury, Conn. Crosby High School ' Bowling champ . . . Pool shark . . . Ping-pong specialist . . . All-around good fellow. American Pharmaceutical Association, Class Treasurer 55 Bowl- ing Teamg Kappa Psi Fraternity. "I can't understand it!" PASQUALE G. IERARDI "Petz" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Quick with the wit . . . Wfilling to lend heart and hand . . Terrific personality. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Class Motto Committeeg Class Gift Committeeg Kappa Psi Fraternity. "Hey fellas, have you heard this one?" MERRILL KRANE "Mer" Hartford, Conn. Weaver High School If value be measured in size, he'd be priceless . . . "Pomade kid" . . . Proud of non-existant mustache and disregards haircuts . . . Connoisseur of tenor sax. American Pharmaceutical Associationg Bowling Teamg Prom Committeeg Banquet Committee. "Whattaya smaht guy ?" LOLA JOY LEVY "Lola" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Goes with knowledge as a pestle goes with a mortar . . . U.S.O. hostess . . . Enjoys bowling, skating. , American Pharmaceutical Associationg Banquet Committeeg Class Motto Committeeg Rho Chi Honor Societyg Upsilon Phi Sigma Sorority. "Oh, I think that's so unfair!" Nomenclature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Action: Nomenclature Synonym Habitat Cultivation Dercription Actionr N omenrlature S' yno n ym Habitat Cultivation Derrription Actions Nomenclature Syno n ym Habitat Cultivation Detcription Actions N otnentlature Syno n ynz Habitat Cultivation Description Action: CAMILLE ELEANOR PANICO "Camille" Hamclen, Conn. New Haven High School Snappy character . . . Good worker . . . Swing shifter at Taft Pharmacy. Thanksgiving Dance Committee 2, Class Motto Committeeg Banquet Committeeg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Mr. Krane! Mr. Krane!" FREDERICK J. SANTA LUCIA "Doc" Waterbury, Conn. Crosby High School One of the boys . . . Enjoys swimming, dancing . . . His good fellowship is one of his greatest assets. Prom Committee, Class Ring Committeeg Kappa Psi Fraternityg Bowling Teamg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Stop smashing the stones!" HJALMAR PAUL SCHMITZ "Paul" Greenwich, Conn. Greenwich High School Another hospital pharmacist . . . Mimeograph specialist for fellow-students . . . Witty, on occasion. Freshman Reception Committee 2, 53 Student Council 5g Bowl- ing Teamg Banquet Committeeg Class Motto Committeeg American Pharmaceutical Association. "Let's get together and mimeograph it." BENJAMIN LOUIS SLONIMSKY "Slone" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Smooth dresser and talker . . . Exponent of jazz classics . . . "8:19-where's Slone!" . Student Council lg American Pharmaceutical Associationg Bowl- ing Teamg Prom Committeeg Class Ring Committeeg Banquet Committee. "You guys are a bunch of babies!" MILTON SMIRNOFF "Milt" New Haven, Conn. New Haven High School Fanatic clock-watcher . . . Speed-boy . . . All-around good fellow. American Pharmaceutical Association 5 Glee Club Ig Class Ring Committeeg Prom Committee. "Whatta snap course." .S?lfLJ2lfLIf QDLVLCL Student Council Officers, 1942-1943 Preridenr, Russell LaRoseg Vice-Prefidenz, Soloman Balberg Serrelary, Marion Borriellog Treamrer, H. Paul Schmitz. Student Council Representatives Senior Clan, Russell I.aRose, Marion Borriellog junior Clan, H. Paul Schmtiz, Solomon Balberg Sophomore Clan, Sanford Glassman, Sarkis Khazariang Freshman Clan, Mr. Nicholas W. Fenney. Fnrully Adzfixor, Wfalter R. Williams. ymior Kfdffflf Omcem Prefident, Richard H. Berensong Vice-Preridenz, Rocco Ciarlog Secremry, Marcia S. Eudowe, Treasurer, Americo Giuliano. M0 CZ Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society, Alpha Gamma Chapter OFFICERS-1942-1943: Preridenf, Louis Mattieg Vine-Preridenz, Russell LaRoseg Serrezm-y, Leslie B. Barrettg Treur- urer, Nicholas W. Fenney. MEMBERS: Senior Clem, Aaron Anton, Marion Borriello, Russell LaR0se, Louis Mattieg junior Clan, Solomon Balber, Jeanette Ehlert, Lola Levyg Mernberr on Fnrully, Leslie B. Barrett, Henry S. Johnson, Nicholas W. Fenney. 4 Zia Omega Alpha Zeta Omega Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Nu Chapter OFFICERS-1943-1944: Directorum, Ralph Bergerg Sub-Direelorum, Richard Berensong Signare, Herbert Giborg . Exeheque, Solomon Balber. ' MEMBERS: Senior Clary, Aaron Antong Max Greenberg, jack Gordon, Robert Jaffee, Melvin Snitman, - Sherwood Boehm, Norman Halpering junior Clarr, William Berman, Solomon Balber, Richard Berenson, Herbert Gibor, Ralph Bergerg Sophomore Clan, Sanford Glassman. Member on Faculty, Harry M. Eudowe. uw. .. Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Nu Chapter OFFICERS-1945-1944: Regent, Fred SantaLuciag Vire-Regent, Pasquale Ierardig Secretary, Sarkis Khazariang Trear- urer, joseph Murphyg Hirzorian, Americo Giulianog Chaplain, Cosmo DePalmag Grand Counfelor, Deputy Ojfirer, Walter R. Williams. MEMBERS: Senior Clair, Edward Corbin, Russell LaRose, Louis Mattie, Regiano Marini, Paul Tareilag junior Clair, Fred SantaLucia, Pasquale Ierardi, Americo Giuliano, Cosmo DePalma, Rocco Ciarlog Sophomore Clan, Joseph Murphy, Sarkis Khazarian. Member: on Faculty, Henry S. Johnson, Nicholas W. Fenney, Walter R. Williams, Augustus A. Maier, Bruno Bacchiocchi, Chester Potrepka. Modikn phi ,soma Upsilon Phi Sigma Sorority OFFICERS-1943-1944: Grand Dignilarian, Jeanette Ehlertg Dignilarian, Genevieve Mazurkiewiczg Scribe, Pauline Dunbarg Exrhequer, Eleanor Orsini. MEMBERS: Senior Clair, Marion Borriello, Theresa DiBenedetto, Natalie Hertz, Pauline Seresing junior Clan, Gloria Bedrick, Marcia Eudowe, Lola Levy, Jeanette Ehlertg Sophomore Clan, Pauline Dunbar, Eleanor Orsini, Mary Etta Rhinehart, Genevieve Mazurkiewicz. mericcm fgfmrmaceozficaf Aaociafion American Pharmaceutical Association, Student Chapter of University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy OFFICERS-1945-1944: Preridenz, Joseph Murphyg Vice-Preridenl, Genevieve Mazurkiewiczg Serremry, Eleanor Orsini, Trearurer, Sanford Glassman. MEMBERS: Senior Clary, Edward Corbin, Pauline Seresin, Theresa DiBenedetto, Natalie Hertz, Sherwood Boehm, Marion Borriello, Robert Jaffe, Norman Halperin, junior Clan, Benjamin Slonimsky Ralph Berger, Herbert Gibor, H. Paul Schmitz, Gloria Bedrick, Solomon Balber, Richard Berenson, Rocco Ciarlo, Cosmo DePalma, Vincent DiMicco, Jeanette Ehlert, Marcia Eudowe, Americo Giuliano, Pasquale Ierardi, Merrill Krane, Lola Levy, Fred SantaLucia, Milton Smirnoff, Camille Panicog Sophomore Clfm, Genevieve Mazurkiewicz, joseph Murphy, Eleanor Orsini, Sanford Glassman. omior KKCLZM cw eniom Cfdflff ,Ms foley To: Dean Henry S. johnson Rx-Take COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Date: Sept. 16, 1941 One of the Class of 1945 - - - - - .Homosapientis YL-H' Misce et Fac a Homogenous Finished Products Discard Extraneous Matter and Dispense Capsules of Knowledge XX Sig:- Take One Q11 and Allow to Enter the Profession of Pharmacy fNote: Repeat Rx Every Four Yearsj It has been requested that the Class of 1945, the first to enter the University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy, be immortalized by recording the history of its four years-spent within the loving embrace of its Alma Mater. So . . . lest we forget! We, as forty-two frantic, fearfully frightened fresh- men, were greeted by the faculty on September 16, 1941. Aside from Dr. Gladding's friendly welcom- ing address, unforgettable was Gloria Bedrick strag- gling in late-setting a precedent for the next four years Classes started . . . Backward freshmen shyly par- ticipated in the Freshman Reception, highlighted by Jeanette Ehlert's hilarious consequence of removing a senior's immature facial foliage and Dick Beren- son's naive attempt to emulsify cork in oil . . . Highly instructive and well-enjoyed trip to New York by the Biology Class . . . Thanksgiving Dance . . . Pearl Harbor! In the midst of the universal "catastrophic holo- caust," we struggled to maintain a reasonable fas- simile of normal college life . . . Mid-year's . . . Fuel problems-taking notes while adorned in mittens, overcoats, and ear muffs . . . Mr. Williams, guiding angel of our freshman year . . . Final exams accom- panied by adoption of the accelerated program fWhat -no vacation?!Q . . . Lastly, the year climaxed by a' festive beach party. Pitied sophomores, we studied on the summer's heat with the odor of H28 in our nostrils, benzene rings Hoating 'round our heads, and asafoetida in our pockets. Number one on the U.C.C.P. Hit Parade was "Why Are You Always in Para Position When I DR. I. DEALE PHARMACY. Want to Be Ortho With You?" or "The Methylene Blues" . . . Then sorority and frat initiations-an ungodly conglomeration of patches, pigtails, Reming- tons, and shorts-and a week of horrible persecution . . . Sport Dance, great success . . . President Jorgen- sen visited our college for the first time and discussed post-war planning . . . Thanksgiving Dinner Dance . . . Rho Chi Dinner and Initiation at which Dr. Curtis P. Gladding was made an honorary member . . . january-we left a pocketful of dreams to the unsuspecting future sophomores. Our profession lost many of its embryo pharma- cists when Al Costello, Elmo Gianantoni, Sid Gitlin, Seymour Gold, Carl Kevorkian, Maurice Lerner, and Hank Powell were called up by the Army Enlisted Reserve. A farewell gathering was held in honor of these men. We continued our junior year unevent- fully with social activities curtailed because of the war. Class officers elected were: Richard Berenson, President, Rocco Ciarlo, Vice-President, Marcia Eudowe, Secretary, and Americo Giuliano, Treasurer. As juniors, Professor Fuller inspired us, Mr. White enlightened us, Professor Maier amazed us, Mr. Wil- liams quizzed us, and Mr. Fenney pharmascrutinized us. The death of Dr. Gladding was a serious and irreparable loss to the profession of pharmacy, for he was a pioneer in our field and he fostered the ad- vancement of pharmacy education. With heartfelt gratitude to those who have guided us, and with a promise to continue in furthering the ideals of our beloved profession, we shallileave these hallowed halls. 6 age O! f9A0wmacy CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY- Sol Balber 'Gloria Bedrick Richard Berenson Ralph Berger William Berman Rocco Ciarlo Cosmo DePalma Vincent DiMicco Jeanette Ehlert Marcia Eudowe Herbert Gibor Americo Giuliano Pasquale Ierardi Merrill Krane FIVE Lola Levy Camille Panico Fred SantaLucia Hjalmar Schmitz Benjamin Slonimsky Milton Smirnoff CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-SIX Richard Drew Pauline Dunbar Sanford Glassman Sarkis Khazarian CLASS OF Peter Cavallaro Joseph December Seymour Farber Arnold Feldman D. Max Galinsky I. 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