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Wings on her heart and her heart in Texas . . . "Bring down my mail" . . . "Why do they have pan- cakes only on Sunday?" . . . a true friend . . . Yellow roses on all occasions. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Sociology Club 2, 3g Outing Club 3, Spanish Club 33 Campux 3, junior Counselor 3. Amy Elizabeth Alderman ZOOLOGY New Haven ALPHA EPSILON PHI "Hey, wait for me!" . . . Piano playing perfection . . . Q.P. collector . . . Swim- mer deluxe . . . Always smiling . . . Artistic leaning. Swimming Club 1, 2, Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3, Zoology Club 3, W.A.A. Council 33 junior Counselor. William Kay Anderson INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Tenafly, N. J. PHI MU DELTA Broadway's loss is U-Conn's gain . . . Phi Mu smoothie . . . Football finesse . . . A gentleman polished and complete . . . "Tears" . . . Air-minded . . . Every Co-Ed's Crush. Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 2, Round Table 2, 33 NUTMEG 2, S.A.M. 3, Philosophy Club 2, Co-Chair- man of Football Hop 3, Captain Foot- ball 3, Freshman Class Treasurer, jun- ior Class Vice-President, President S.A.M. Yolonde Maria Anello SPANISH "Yo" New London Femininity personified . . . Infectious giggle . . . Pixie glasses . . . Sweet kid . . . Has a way with the men . . . Fa- vorite expression-"NXfhat a howl!" Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Pencraft 2, Span- ish Club 3. ,W Agnes E. Anthony HOME ECONOMICS "T0'7Jf" Monroe PI BETA PHI Always writing to that certain sailor . . , Those Sunday morning telephone calls . . . Refreshment committees, her gpg. cialty . . . Loads of fun . . . Deep brown eyes-with a gleam in them . . . Dan. forth Scholarship. Outing Club 1, Archery Club 1, Home Economics Club 1, Membership Chair. man 2, Vice-President 3, U.C.A. 1, Council 2, 3, Education Club 2, 3, jun. ior Counselor, Campu: 3. Arleen G. H. Ascher PSYCHOLOGY Hartford Favorite saying: " 'Had I but knownl' quOt6 Nash" . . . Hobby: Entertaining friends while they study for finals. Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, Math. Club 3, Sociology Club 3. Jeanne Anne Auray CHEMISTRY "Jeannie" Waterbury DELTA ZETA Afternoons in the lab . . . Pillar of the choir . . . Wake me up when the lights go on . . . Always has someplace to go . . . Artistically inclined . . . Wants to learn how to jive on organ. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, St. Thomas Aquinas Choir 1, 2, 3, Libra- rian 2, Glee Club 3, Pan Hellenic Coun- cil 2, 35 Interfaith Council 2, 33 Reli- gious Embassy 2, American Chemical Society 3. Edward F. Baldyga MATHEMATICS "Ed" Bridgeport THETA XI The Thinker . . . Amuses and amazes . . . Nothing of the ordinary . . . "I.et's have a little quiet here" . . . Favors Pegler and long hair. Math. Club 4, Education Club 3, Medi- ator 2, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Helen A. Baltrush MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "Toni" New Haven Unusual girl . . . Unusual field of study . . . Holds her own with the boys. Choir 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 35 Engl' neer's Club 1, 2, 3, A.S.M.E. 33 Swim- ming Club 1, 2. EHI0 ngmj Ranen ter . . I0 bac Intent 1, 3, "Mir Bublll, "Will , , , I to dc Platte out . Pan 2, 3 HB6 Wa 0I10 abil Acc C3111 HID, Che. lum- New Evelyn Louise Bamberg ZOOLOGY "Ev" New Haven ALPHA DELTA PI Transfer from U. of South Carolina . . . Enjoys time spent in "Zoo" labs . . . Hates standing in line and people with tempers . . . Diversity of interests . . . "You can say that again!" Zoology Club. Helen Baron FRENCH "Buffy" Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Remember Flu-on-Hudson . . . My sis- ter . . . Knit one, purl two . . . Allergic to bacteriologists . . . "I'm the laziest person I know." International Relations Club 2g Hillel 1, 2, 3g junior Counselor 33 Hillel Choir 1. Marion E. Barrows MARKETING "Marion" Mansfield Center KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Bubbles over with enthusiasm . . . "Hi!" "Will I ever get my homework done?" . . . Coy smile . . . "What am I going to do kids?" . . . Dewey-eyed . . . Platter fan . . . Couldn't live a day with- out Bob Crosby's recording of "Stars Over the Campus." Pan Hellenic 2, 33 S.A.M. 3g U.C.A. 2, 3g NUTMEG 3g Junior Counselor 3. Elizabeth M. Barstow PSYCHOLOGY "Betty" Manchester ALPHA DELTA PI Waiting for "Ham' '... Sure is monot- onous . . . And with that bank balance!! . . . Thinks she can play bridge . . . Mad about steaks and Southern Comfort . . . Accelerated program . . . Never on campus . . . The great profile . . . "I don't like crowds." Joanne Bauer CHEMISTRY "jo" Hartford Chem. major . . . Bridge Hend . . . Wil- lowy . . . Sings in the shower . . . Al- ways talking. . Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Chemistry Club 3. Helen ,lean Bazarian BUSINESS ADINIINISTRATION "Buzz" Vffaterbury Friends galore . . . Liked by everyone . . . Unique personality . . . Easily shocked . . . Collects hair . . . An arch- ery fiend . . . "Can you imagine that?" University Choir 33 Archery 1, 2, 3g S.A.M. 35 International Relations Club 3. .Ianet Beach ZOOLOGY HBIIIIII-Q" New Haven KAPPA ALPHA Tl-IETA Sport fiend . . . Sparkle and zip . . . "Never let your studies interfere with your education" , . . Vivacity, versatil- ity . . . Blushing blonde . . . "I nearly dropped my teeth" . . .'Ideal co-ed . . . Sophistication plus poise . . . Her per- sonality climaxes her good looks! Carollers 35 Zoology Club 35 U.C.A. 3. Doris Ellen Beaumont SECRETARIAL STUDIES "Debby" Rocky Hill KAPPA ALPHA THETA Queen candidate . . . Ambitious and capable . . . Little miss . . . Letters make her world go 'round . . . Q.P.'s to spare . . . Smiles with her eyes. Dorothy Bernice Bentz FRENCH "Dollie" New Britain Ambition: French interpreter . . . "Man alive!" . . . "Mad about it" . . . Willi- ite . . . Loves to dance and always sing- ing . . . Lovely voice. Sociology Club 3g Glee Club lg New- man Club 35 Spanish Club 3. Arlene Mae Berchtolcl FOODS AND NUTRITION "Berrby" New Haven Obliging, friendly and good natured . . . Beautiful brown eyes . . . Likes athletics . . . Stately brunette. . Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3g U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 3. David Daniel Berdon ECONOMICS "Bifmdrrk" NEW HHVCI1 PHI EPSILON PI Organize! . . . Perennial politician . . . "Frankie" . . . "Watch the stock mar- ket" . . . The Little King. 'International Relations Club 2, 33 Hillel Foundation, Executive Council 33 S.A.M. 3, Round Table 3j Mediator 2, 33 Treas- urer of junior Class, President of Phi Epsilon Pi. Myra Coles Binks SOCIOLOGY Middletown ALPHA DELTA PI No grass grows under her feet . . . Al- ways in a hurry . . . Loyal sorority girl. U.C.A., Sociology Club. Vitri Biretta MECHANIZED ENGINEERING Manchester ALPHA TAU PI "I was a 97-pound weakling once, and look at me now" . . . Purely classical music . . . "Quiet hours" . . . Whistles Aida continually. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 43 A.S.M.E. 3, 43 Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Lois Carolyn Black FOODS AND NUTRITION "Lo" Stratford KAPPA ALPHA THETA Gay spirit . . . Willing heart . . . Saga- cious mind . . . Perfection personified . . . Black-Smith Shop . . . What a riot! . . . Swear box proprietor. Varsity Club 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 2g NUTMEG 2, 3, Home Economics Club3 Basketball Club 23 W.S.G.A. 3. Mary Elizabeth Blake FOODS AND NUTRITION "Berg" Staten Island, N. Y. A girl with a cosmopolitan air . . . So- ciable . . . An ardent bull-sessioner . . . Famous for her collection of sweet and swingy records . . . Enjoys playing ten- nis, swimming, and boating . . . True to all the services, partial to none . . . For- ever true to her cats, Buchanan and Patsy. Archery Club 13 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 33 4-H Club 3. Richard Charles Bliss ECONOMICS "Dirk" West Hartford Hobbies: Ice skating, hiking, and land. scaping . . . Capable campaign manager, U.C.A., S.A.M. Harriet Boltuch HISTORY Meriden PHI SIGMA SIGMA Expressive blue eyes that see right through you . . . "Quiet hours" . . . "You're all going to jump clown my neck for saying this, but-" . . . "Happy" all the time . . . Poised, pop- ular, and personable . . . Sticks by her guns. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Choir 23 Interna- tional Relations Club 3. Dorothy Helen Bonadies ZOOLOGY Minor: BACTERIOLOGY "Bonnie" Hartford Ambition: Research . . . Pet Sayings: "Mad about it"3 "Oh, he's darling" . . . Sings and dances constantly . . . Bridge fiend . . . Tap dances in her spare time . . . Practical joker. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 33 Zoology Club 3. Virginia Beatrice Borrup PHYSICAL EDUCATION West Hartford KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Always promoting something . . . "Now kids, don't you think we should" . . . Sparkling eyes and a diamond to match . . . Spends week-ends at home with that Navy man . . . Always ready, willing and able . . . A determination to get things done. Frieda Dorwart Bowen ENGIJISH "Frizz" Mansfield Center "What are you majoring in?" . . - "Harry" . . . "Heavenly days!" . . . "Oh, he's fine, thank you" . . . "See you later, going to work now" . . . "A letter a day" . . . Her hobby is her hubby. Eflie Elizabeth Bradley MUSIC EDUCATION "Eff" Stafford Springs "I'll go to bed early tonight so I can stay up all night tomorrow night" . . . Mad violinist . . . Beautiful clothes- neat dresser . . . Carefree . . . Cutest room in Whitney. Education Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, Or- chestra 2, 35 University Choir 3, House Chairman 3. Elizabeth Marie Brady CHEMISTRY "Betzy" Hamden One of the B.B.C.P's . . . Irish as the day is long . . . A chemist at heart . . . Cheerful with a friendly word for all . . . Hey Bev, I'm going to lab." Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Zo- ology Club 3g Archery Club 3, Junior Counselor, American Chemical Society 3. Minerva Ann Bristol HOME ECONOMICS "Minnie" Collinsville PI BETA PHI Capitalizes on Collinsville corn . . . In- fectious giggle . . . Friendly and sin- cere . . . "Chloe" consolist . . . "Isn't that heart-rending ?" U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, Swim- ming Club 1, Archery Club 2, 3, Campus 2, 3. Calvin Budnick Bronerwine ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "Cal" Norwich PHI EPSILON PI "Damn the expense, have an Indian Nut" . . . "Brokentwine" . . . "Yes, I have no balogna" . . . Library lassi- tude extraordinaire . . . Rock garden Romeo . . . Mad engineer. Engineers' Club 1, 2, 3, A.I.E.E. 3, 4, Husky Network 1, Tennis 1, 33 Alpha Tau Phi 3, 4, Mediator 3, I.R.E. 4. Marion Lila Broome ENGLISH "Bruin" Brooklyn PHI SIGMA SIGMA Transfer from Brooklyn College . . . "Brush" sweeps them off their feet . . . Tall, dark, and dynamic . . . A hair stylist . . . Her P. O. box never gets ' dusty. Margaret Anne Brown PSYCHOLOGY "Peggy" Norwalk Good things come in small packages . . . Brilliant and then some . . . Demure and Winsome . . . Happy-go-lucky. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 3. Margaret Miller Brunclage FOODS AND NUTRITION "Peg" Storrs PI BETA PHI - Friendly smile beaming over the Whit- ney counter . . . An all-around "good kid" . . . Effervescent personality . . . Can always be tapped for novel ideas and suggestions. Choir 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, W.A.A. Secre- tary 2, NUTMEG 3, Freshman Council 1, Junior Counselor. Beverley B. Burgess ZOOLOGY "Bev" Putnam Transfer from New London junior Col- lege . . . One of the B.B.C.P.'s . . . Al- ways the helping hand . . . Quiet friend- liness . . . Morale builder of the Army, Navy, and Marines . . . "Home again" . . . "Good ol' Putnam" . . . "Hey, Brady." U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Archery Club 2, 3, jun- ior Counselor, Zoology Club 3. Virginia Edith Butler ENGLISH EDUCATION "Ginny" West Haven DELTA ZETA Calls everyone "Mabel" and "Baby" . . . Prizes originals by that certain artist . . . Hates fuzzy peaches and being locked in closets . , . "I'm hungry" . . . "Ten- der" . . . Claustrophobia victim . . . "Cute" , . . Vim, vigor, and boy! can she talk! . . . Swell all-around. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Sociology Club 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Publicity Committee 3, jun- ior Counselor, International Relations Club 3, junior Executive Committee, Social Chairman of Hall Dorm 3, NUT- MEG 2, 3, Education Club 3. Constance Butwell SOCIOLOGY "Connie" Torrington Farewell to the A.S.T.P .... No bigger than a minute but quicker . . . "Wake me up tomorrow but don't be too per- sistent" . . . "A little variety is such fun." Newman Club 1, 2, 3, NUTMEG 2, Campur 2, Sociology Club 3, S.A.M. 3. Bernice Beach Cantlee FOODS AND NUTRITION "Bernie" Easton Fun is her best subject . . . Personality plus . . . Spirited . . . "Hey kids! How do you like the curl in my hair?" Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Cllillpllf 3g NUTMEG 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Junior Counselor. Marilyn Jayne Capitman SPANISH "Cappy" Bridgeport PHI S'IGMA SIGMA Poise personified . . . Sentimental senor- ita . . . So appealingly attired . . . In- fectious gaiety-envied by all . . . "But 'I know I'm right." Hillel Foundation, Hillel Choir, Span- ish Club. Gloria Carangelo BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Glo" New Haven PHI MU Cute girl . . . Cute clothes . . . Sweet smile . . . Personality plus those friendly brown eyes . . . The gym fioor's her Waterloo . . . Tiny, but likes tall men . . . "Let me psychoanalyze you" . . . Energetic . . . Full of fun . . . Every- body knows her and everybody likes her . . . Has more than her share of men. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 2g 'Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 3g Busines Administration Club 2. 3g Varsity Club 3, Badminton Club 3. Dorothy Jane Carroll GOVERNMENT "Dol" Hamden KAPPA ALPHA THETA "Beat it" . . . Mabel Neuro . . . Extro- verted introvert . . . Mrs. District Attor- ney . . . Perpetual motion . . . The Voice . . . Conversationalist . . . "I'm mad for it!" Carollers 1, 2g Campur 2, 3g NUTMEG 2, 3, Co-ed Editor 3g Glee Club 13 XXf.S.G.A. 3g International Relations Club 35 Newman Club 2, 33 Social Committee 2, House Council 2. Vivian Charlotte Chanuin SOCIOLOGY "Viv" Hartford Always smiling , . . Cute dimples . . . "Gosh, kids!" Sociology Clubg Hillelg International Relations Clubg Hillel Choir. Frederick I. Chapman ENGINEERING "Ch:1p,l2ie" Niantic THETA XI Another T.X. man in the Navy . . . Al- ways with the slide rule in the hip- pocket . . . Really did a good job with his "lab" reports , . . Favors corn roasts and fried chicken . . . All the poten- tialities of a jitterbug. American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers 3, 4g Engineers Clubg Mediatorg Rifle Team 1. Hedvig Chodacz SOCIOLOGY "Healy" West Hartford Transfer from St. Joseph's College and Penn. School of Social Work. "Quick like a bunny" . . . "Ah men" . . . Sense of humor. Newman Club 3. Sherman Chase FORESTRY "Sham" Stonington KAPPA S'IGMA "Say, that's right!" . . . "Had the best time of my life' '... Easily pleased . . . Always good natured . . . Outdoor man. Lucille Cieri BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Lu" Hartford Tall brunette . . . "Who wants to play bridge?" . . . Goes home every week- end to Hartford . . . Her many men . . . Manchester veteran. Archery 2, 3g S.A.M. 2, 3. Jane Elizabeth Clark SOCIOLOGY "Janie" Ivoryton That blond hair . . . Week-end trotter . . . Reserved, but a good friend . . . Distinctive sense of humor. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 33 Span- ish Club 3. ll Xlimic i fill, 3 hip D l'035E Poltn. Pri- E -HDI, Tford rand Btn" you best IEU. rd al' k. Dolores S. Cohen SOCIOLOGY "Ci.r.vy" Hartford "It sounds plausible" . . . "just wait and see." Biology Club, International Relations Club, Sociology Club. Rose Mary Conte MUSIC New Haven Diminutive and sparkling . . . Laughing eyes . . . Music her hobby . . . Ambi- tion and expression . . . Wears a pair of golden wings. Newman Club 3. Kathleen L. Coolidge FRENCH "K ate" Watertown "l'm only half Mick" . . . Likes 'em big and blond . . . Snappy speech . . . Mu- sic, art, and language interests. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, U.C.A. 2, 3, Inter- national Relations Club 2, 3g Sociology Club 33 Red Cross 1, 2, 33 Campur 2, Co-Business Manager of Glee Club 2, 3. Jean Doris Cowles GOVERNMENT "Cowles" Bridgeport The perfect hostess . . . Glowing Cowles . . . Effervescent friendliness . . . Gen- erosity plus, especially with her words ...Always on the go . . . Frank . .. "That's horrible!! . . . "PAR-don me!" NUTMEG 2, 3, International Relations Club 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Phyllis Lee Coplan ENGLISH "Billie" West Hartford KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Smiling eyes . . . Queen of the Ball . , . Vim, vigor, and vitality . . . Good sport. Class Secretary 2, Cheer Leader 2, 33 Choir 2, Campux 2, Varsity Club 2, 33 NUTMEG 3, Glee Club 3, Junior Coun- selor 3. P1--.,, If'iQ3 Virginia Faye Cutler PSYCHOLOGY HGYIIIIJJI Norwalk PHI SIGIVIA SIGMA Last one to bed, first one to rise . . . Always busy . . . Unique giggle . . . "You ain't kiddin"' . . . Quiet-until you know her . . . Good-natured Gin- ny . . . Everybody's pal. Hillel 1, 2, 3, Hillel l-lusky 1, Sociology Club 3. Barbara Louise Dalllherg FOODS AND NUTRITION "Bobbie" New Britain ALPHA DELTA PI Lively addition to our amateur golf course . . . Clothes with the fashionable touch . . . Has yet to make her name at U-Conn . . . Mad about the A.D. Pi pool room. U.C.A. 35 Campzu 3, Home Economics Club 35 Ski Club 3. Muriel Dahlgarcl CHEMISTRY "Mimi" West Haven Quiet . . . Music lover . . . Beautiful voice. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Chem- istry Club 3, Italian Club 1, 2. Eleanor Ruth Davis BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Ellie" Danbury The executive type . . . Conscientious, talkative . . . A persistent committee member . . . "Well, the point is-" . . . "Oh, we - - 11" . . . Enjoys entangling arguments. U.C.A. Club 1, 2, 3, Interfaith Council 2, 3, Religious Embassy 2, Outing Club 1, 2, S.A.M. 3. Fredrick W. Davis ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "EriH' Somers THETA XI Gentleman plus . . . My life in Engi- neering . . . Reserved humor . . . colle- giate zip . . . "Oh! I don't know" . . . Bloody mess after every shave. Engineers Club, American Society of Electrical Engineers, U.C.A., Alpha Tau Phi, Pencraft. Annamarie F. DeLeva BACTERIOLOGY "Ann" New Haven Loves to collect pictures . . . Enjoys all types of music . . . "Does anyone in the house have a Vic?" Newman Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. Anne Marie DeRonge "SclJnice" Hartford Main interest-music and collecting rec- ords . . . Dramatics a close second . . . Her chief ambition-success. Glee Club, Choir. Helen Teresa Devine PHYSICAL EDUCATION "Devine" Bridgeport DELTA ZETA When Irish Eyes Are Smiling . . . Gift of gab . . . Long, legible UD letters . . . "Got anything to eat?" Home Economics Club 1, 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Catholic Choir 1. Domenic Di Domizio CHEMISTRY "Diz"' Portland SIGMA NU "Did I ever tell you about my girl?" . . . Somewhat of an artist . . . Makes pad- dles and sketches . . . Proposition maker . . . Shows amazing potentialities. Soccer 1. Constance Leona Dimock HOME ECONOMICS-EDUCATION "Connie" Storrs Bubbling laughter . . . Spends week-ends going back and from Gurleyville to Storrs . . . "Kids, come on over to the Dodge's" . . . A future Home Economics teacher . . . Fun-loving, cheery, gay. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 35' Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Education Club 2, 3, Secretary of Vespers Committee, junior Counselor. ' Priscilla Marion Dreesen ART "Paz" Mansfield Center A commuter . . . Paints and sculptures . . . An equestrienne . . . Skating enthu- siast . . . Letters from a soldier named Al . . . You hear her say "Not now. later." Donald Duhamel ACCOUNTING "Don" East Hampton ALPHA GAMMA RHO Promoter . . . "Say it with flowers" . . . "That rocks me" . . . Smooth dancer. Glee Club 1, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, S.A.M. 3, 4, Mediator 3, 4, Student Senate 4, Round Table 3, 4, Interfaith Council 3, 4, Class Treas- urer 4. Emma Mary Duyser CHEMISTRY "Emmy" New Hartford One man interest . . . Infectious giggle . . . The self-appointed chairman of the Republican Headquarters on campus . . . O.P. collector . . . Quiet friendliness. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 33 Jun- ior Couuselor 3. Marvin B. Edelman . HISTORY "Marv" Windham TAU EPSILON PI-II A nose for news . . . City reporter for Hartford Courant . . . Getting his ex- perience for the "big time work." United Press 3, Russian Club 3, Campus 1, 2, 3, Co-Managing Editor 2, Co-Ed- itor-in-Chief 3, Student Senate 2, 35 Sigma Upsilon Iota 2, 3, NUTMEG 2, Class Vice-President 2, junior Execu- tive Committee 3, Mediator 3, Hillel 2, 3, Interfaith Council 3, Round Table 3,-International Relations Club 3, S0- ciology Club 3, Student Faculty Com- mittee 3, Military Ball Committee 2. Harvey Einbinder MATH AND PHYSICS New Haven The brain . . . Curveraiser! . . . Active man around campus. Hillel Council 2, 3, Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, Editor Hillel Husky 2, Math Club 2, 3, International Relations 3, Chair- man Hillel Zionist Group 1, 2, 33 Round Table 3, Pencraft 2, 3, Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3. , I Ciara Ulpmfes 5 mfhu. filmed 1101,- x L'UPf0n in - - . Ilftr. - 5, -lg 5, -J,l, Trerg. xfoni :lair ff the 2 1555. lun- ham for ex- bw Ed- 53 Zi :u- ld le 0' C i Roselyn Eisenberg INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT "Ronnie" Hartford "Oh, he's such a doll" . . . "Say, listen" . . . If it isn't one man it's another . . . Q.P.R. collector . . . "I'm not a grind, it just comes naturally" . . . Smooth dancer. Sociology Club 1, 2, 3, 'International Re- lations Club 2, 3, Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, Hillel Council 2, 3, Interfaith Council 3, junior Counselor 3. Pauline Patricia Ellsworth HOME ECONOMICS "Pat" Portland "Come on kids, let's go!" . . . Partial to the Navy . . . Ready smile, dimples . . . Stewart and I . . . Dorm deviltry . . . Big blue eyes . . . Cheerleaders' captain. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Home Econom- ice Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Captain 2, 3, Interfaith Council 1. Pauline Frances Engelhardt BASTERIOLOGY "Polly" Norwich PI BETA PHI One of the B.B.C1P.'s . . . "Where's Connie?" . . . Winning smile . . . And an all-around girl . . . "Time for my vitamin pills" . . . Bac major with an interest in French. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Badminton 2, Treasurer of Sprague 2, Junior Coun- selor 3. Shirley M. Fallon ZOOLOGY Waterbury "Let's not be physical" . . . Beater . . . Nice legs . . . Buddie . . . Makes room- mate pay the box rent. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Zoology Club 3, Campur 1, Spanish Club 1. Catherine Eleanor Fellows CHEMISTRY "Calais" Norwich Town PI BETA PHI Official waker-upper . . . Chief reagant in chem lab . . . Accelerated program . . . Hockied shins . . . "God bless us!" No'ich accent. Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, A.C.S. 3, 4, Head House Chairman 4. 'USL Mary B. Ferriter BUSINESS ADINIINISTRATIOIYI "Bridge1" Wfaterbury Ireland forever! . . . "Can I borrow a match ?" . . . Misquoted quotations . . . Toujours gaie . . . "Oh for the lights of a city" . . . Give my regards to Broadway. Newman Club, Sociology Club. Bernard C. Fisher PSYCHOLOGY "Bernie" Hartford ALPHA GAMMA RHO Dead-eye on the basketball court . . . Deep thinker . . . "Why not, all the big boys do" . . . "Are you kidding?" . . . Terrific jitterbug . . . Life of the party . . . Gamma Rho's johnny Mercer. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Intermural Bas- ketball, Football, Baseball, Varsity Club 3. Nancy Leonard Fitzgerald HISTORY "Nan" Branford DELTA ZETA Sweet and lonely . . . Naturally curly blond tresses . . . Friendly nature . . . Always late . . . Manchester Hall . . . "Do you really think so?" Newman Club 1, 2, 3, junior Counselor ll 3, NUTMEG. Harold Edward Foerch ENGINEERING Skinny" Clinton mr When are you gonna eat, fellows?" . . . Discharged from the Air Force . . . Guess I'll buy a new car this year" . . . "Did she really say that?" . . . Ascetic of the garret room. Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, Husky Net- work 3. Lois Muriel Freed GOVERNMENT Essex An independent gal . . . Wholesome looking, but oh those P.E. Hunks! . . . Mad for politics and "PM" . . . "I'm voting for Henry in '48" . . . Clever and capable publicity director of the I.R.C. Husky Network 1, Sociology Club 1, 2, Hillen 1, 2, 'International Relations Club 2, 3. Grace Madeline Freedman ZOOLOGY Manchester ALPHA EPSILON PHI "Let me tell you what I cut up in lab today" . . . "When I have my apart- ment in New York" . . . A laugh a minute , . . Witty . . . Monotone voice. Sociology Club 33 Zoology Club 32 Cnmpzzf 2, 33 Pan Hellenic 33 Junior Executive Committee 33 Junior Coun- selor 33 Hillel 1, 2, 3. Marcia Helen Freedman CHEMISTRY "Freedy" Bristol Full comfort in jeans and shirt . . . "We're having stew for dinner" . . . "For the life of a chemist" . . . An all- around swell person. Glee Club 1, 23 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 2, 33 junior Counselor 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3g American Chemi- cal Society 33 NUTMEG Staff 3. Helen Doris Friel MARKETING "0'Friel" South Glastonbury PI BETA PHI Summers in New York . . . "Wearing o' the green" . . . Silver voice . . . Fu- ture highlight in the advertising Held. Catholic Choir 1, Director 2, 33 New- man Club 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 2, 33 Carol- lers 33 Pan Hellenic Representative 3. George Fukui DAIRY INDUSTRY Transfer from U. of California at Berk- ley and Davis . . . Played in Military and University Bands there . . . Vigorous . . . Cattle puncher. Dairy Industry Club 4. Lois Yvonne Galbraith PHYSICAL EDUCATION "Cbub" Somers PI BETA PHI Quiet-'til you know her . . . Softball fiend . . . "How I love history!" . . . "I d0n't know now-" . . . Full of the devil . . . "Has anybody seen Marcia?" U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Whitney' Sports Chair- man 23 Vfhitney House Council 2, 3. Sherman S Galln MARKETING "Sharm" New Haven PHI EPSILON PI "One of the shooters" . . . sports clothes, politics and women-especially women! . . , "Now when I gave Arthur Murray lessons" . . . "Who's got a dollar and a cigarette?" . . . Never quite makes Campus deadlines. Cheerleading 13 Announcer Husky Net- work 13 Chemistry Club 13 German Club 23 Intramural 23 Campur 2, 35 S.A.M. 33 Round Table 33 Sports Editor, Campu: 33 Mediator 3. ,lane F. Carrick ZOOLOGY "jamie" Naugatuck Dreamy eyes . . . Small girl'with a strong will . . . Sings in the shower . . . "Sorry, kids, me and the books have a date" . . . "Another beanery line- ugh!" . . . "Hey, you slugs!" Campzzf 13 Spanish Club 23 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Zoology Club 33 Educa- tion Club 2, 3. Marian Louise Geigner ENGLISH "Geri-la-ner" Hazardville Spanish enthusiast . . . Expression through music . . . "Let's get organized" . . . "I'll be at the music house" . . . Moody. U.C.A. 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Educa- tion Club 33 International Relations Club 23 Spanish Club, President 3. Muriel Libby Glasser BACTERIOLOGY "Ma,-fly" Hartford "Just wait until I finish this letter to George" . . . Fiend for dill pickles and raw lemons . . . "Do you mean to tell me we're playing for all this aggrava- tion?" . . . "Life is this gay!" Hillel. Lois Godfried Meriden Canadian Club and Ginger . . . "They loved us in-" . . . Lots of giggles . . . Wednesday nite club organizer . . - "There it is!" . . . Pride of the AAF Band. Dramatic Club 1, 33 Husky Network 13 Hillel 1, 2, 3. Estelle Bernice Goldfarh EDUCATION Hartford PHI SIGMA SIGMA "I.et's not studyg let's play bridge" . . . Q.P. smasher . . . Courage of her con- victions . . . Loyal and logical. Hillel 1, Recording Secretary 2, 3, jun- ior Counselorg Education Club 3. Rhoda Goldstein SOCIOLOGY f'Rl,0" New York City "Honestly kids, I'm so cute!" . . . Loves potato chips and a C.E .... "Werner always says-" . . . Vivacious, charm- ing . . . Always ready for fun. Outing Club 15 Hillel 1g junior Coun- selorg Sociology Club 2, 3. Virginia Grace Goullin ENGLISH f'gi,my" Old Saybrook Always eating cough drops . . . Big grin , . . Enviable complexion . . . Big campus interest-sleep . . . "So cute, I could squeeze 'em" . . . "No SpamSh, please." ' International Relations Club 33 SPHHISI1 Club 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Sociology Club 3, Grange 1, 2, 3. Eliz ah eth Grechko ENGLISH "Belld' Hartford " 'Scuse me kids-gotta write a letter!" . . . Collects match covers . . . What, parsley potatoes again!" . . . AmlD1f10f12 Foreign correspondent in Russia fOr A.P .... Loves to write stories . Loves to listen to records QDuke Elling- ton's "Mood 'Indigonj . . . Dance fiend. Campus 1, 2, 3g U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 OUUU8 Club 3. Margaret Bolton Greenwood PHYSICAL EDUCATION "Marge" WIHdSOf ALPHA DELTA PI Transfer from Maryland U .... Lusci0uS blond hair . . . Watch her game of ping-pong , . . Has her heart set on a ski lodge . . . Goes home week-ends on impulse . . . "Would you mind?', Choir 2, 3g U.C.A. 2, 3g Outing Club 3? W.A.A. 3g Badminton Club, IUHIOF Counselor. me-'I vu! W' Jane Isabella Griswold BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Gri.r" Wfetlierslield KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sweetness personihed . . . A vast collec- tion of Marine, Army and Navy insignia . . . Always a male and lots ot' mail . . . Campus beauty . . . Queen Candidate. W.S.G.A, 25 S.A.M. 33 NUTLIEG 35 junior Counselor. Rhoda Gloria Grodin NURSING New Haven PHI SIGMA SIGMA Good natured . . . Loquacious . . . Loyal and likable . . . "Patients" galore . . . Always willing . . . "How's about a bridge game?" Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 35 Vice-Presi- dent of White Caps 1, 2, 3. Harry Robert Grohs CHEMISTRY "5f1lff" Norris SIGMA CHI "Big Item" . . . Cherubim of Sigma Chi . . . Connoisseur of women . . , Flashy ties . . . Torrid terpsichorean. U.C.A. 1 2 3' NUTLIEG 2 Business , , , , 3, Manager 3g Round Table 3g Grange 1, 2, 33 American Chem Society 2, 3. Ruth Naomi Gross SOCIOLOGY "R1r1l9y" Hartford "Honest to goodness" . . . Glamorous dark hair . . . "Why do I always get short men?" . . . Ear for music and a smooth dancer . . . Collection of hearts . . . "When 'I get my job in New York" . . . Beautiful clothes and a way of wearing them. Glee Club lg Spanish Club 33 Sociology Club 2, 31 CHIIIPIIJ' 3g Outing Club 3. Dorothy Edith Gunther I-IOIVIE ECONOMICS "Doi" Rockville Hazel eyes and curly hair . . . Looks quiet, but! . . . More dependable than an alarm clock . . . Patient . . . Her heart's in the Navy. Glee Club 1, 2g Choir 3g Grange 2, 3, Home Economics Club 33 U.C.A. 3. Florence Hackman GOVERNMENT Bristol "Naturalism par excellence" . . . "I too am a ballet dancer" . . . "Freiheit." Campzzr 1, International Relations Club 2, 3, junior Counselor, Pencraft 33 So- ciology Club 2. Nathan Strong Hale ANIMAL I-IUSBANDRY "Nate" Portland SIGMA NU Smile that comes from the heart . . . "Ag" enthusiast . . . Gentleman farmer . . . Doesn't stop with one picture on his bureau . . . Friendly . . . One swell guy. Block and Bridle 1, Ring Master 2, Pres- ident 3, Mediator 2g Basketball 25 Ag- riculture Club 1, 2. Ann E. Halpenny GOVERNMENT "LizlIe Ann" Bridgeport "F.D.R. says-" . . . Golden tresses and pug nose . . . Wings and a fatigue suit . . . "Kids, wait until I tell you!" . . . "In the village this summer" . . . Annie one-note, can't carry a tune . . . Law school and liberalism. International Relations Club 2, 3, Treas- urer 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3g House Council 3. Cadet Hand ZOOLOGY "Bona" Danielson S'IGMA ALPHA EPSILON Spends his week-ends with his son . . . Proud of his mineral collection . . . En- thusiastic fraternity man . . . A joke for every occasion . . . "Pardon me while I feed my worms" . . . "Lucky 700." Round Table 1, 2, 3, Executive Chairman 33 Zoology Club 33 College Players lg NUTMEG 3. Dia11a S. Handelsman SOCIOLOGY "Di" Hartford Transfer from Hunter College-Long, dark, wavy hair . . . Likes to knit socks . . . Versatile in her interests. Hillel Foundation 33 Choir 3g Sociology Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Town and Gown 25 University Players 2g Univer- sity Radio Players. , ,y Nancy Dorothea Hansen FOODS AND NUTRITION "Nw" Hartford Contagious smile . . . Present at all the bull-sessions . . . Conflicts between Ed and Art . . . Much daily mail . . , A green ink specialist. Outing Club 2, 33 U.C.A. 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3g 4-H Club 3, Daniel Jason Harris PHYSICS "Dan" Hartford Man with the technical mind , . , Radio enthusiast . . . Life is what you make it-and I like mine. Engineers Club 2, 3. Myra Enid Haspel ' ENGLISH "Mi,Ee" Danbury Transfer from Endicott Junior College . . . Likes to sketch . . . Datable men- one of her delights . . . "For the luva , Mikel" Stedman Charles Herman CHEMISTRY "Siam boar" Hartford Quiet hours? . . . Q.P. go-getter . . . Favorite with the men. Football 1, 2, 3, Hillel Foundation 1, 2, ' 33 Chemistry Club 3. Veb Holm-Hansen BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Swede" Fairfield Ski enthusiast . . . Quiet . . . "We want 'Turp' for mayor!" . . . Transfer from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute . . . In- dependent . . . Friendly. A.S.M.E.g Tennis Team, Ski Club- ISQH IN Iliford I ill the i-fm Ed ...A 1 Hllme -lub 5. lftfurd Radio A maize Hbufi ollege nen- : lun Ill ford ll, 3, elcl nt Jill ln' Joyce Esther Holmquist HISTORY Bristol Wit with subtle sharpness . . . Precise- ness and perseverence . . . Potential eye- lashes . . . "jerce" . . . At your beck and call. International Relations Club 33 NUT- MEG 3g U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Junior Coun- selor. Kei Hori ARTS AND SCIENCE "Kei.B0" San Francisco, Calif. "Aw-nuts!" . . . Quite a boy . . . Un- decided about his major. Outing Club 33 Sociology Club 3g Uni- versity Sports Announcerg U.C.A. 3. Natalie E. Horlick ENGLISH "Rani" Newton Center, Mass. Dramatist par excellence . . . Person- ality . . . "I just love that boy" . . . "Listen kids, have a heart" . . . Literary . . . Intellectual . . . Made Barracks I livable . . . Transfer from Beaver Col- lege, Franklintown, Penn. Sociology Club 33 Hillel Foundation 33 International Relations Club 3. Constance Horton ENGLISH "Connie" New Haven KAPPA ALPHA THETA "Bill-Fold" girl of the Army Air Forces . . . Main interest: People . . . Stately and sophisticated . . . No wonder Mike loves her . . . Strictly an inclividualist . . . Ambition and ability. Education Clubg Swimming 2, 33 New- man Club 2, 3. Cynthia Darling Hough ENGLISH "CymYy" Norwichtown KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA "Got a big week-end on" . . . Works hard-plays hard-makes every minute count . . . Sense of humor . . . "Ah, Life!" U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Swimming Club 33 Archery Club 3. Elizabeth C. Houston BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Belief" Bridgeport Hilarious wit . . . Inclividualistic with the pen . . . "VVe need a fourth!" . . . NX'hen the devils afoot- . . . Brains, beauty, personality plus. S.A.M. 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 23 Crllllpllj 2, 33 Pencraft 1, 2, 33 Newman Club I, 2, 33 Central Treasurer 3. Lorrayne Charlis Hron ARTS AND TEXTILES "Hronr1ie" Stratford Transfer from LaSalle junior College . . . "Gotta write a letter to my honey!" . . . A born collector . . . Has a fad for fashions . . . A smooth convertible . . . Athletic. Home Economics Clubg Badminton Club. Russell Hunter BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Ruff" Farmington SIGMA NU Fast and furious . . . Where does he find the time? . . . Long week-end fan . . . Ski enthusiast . . . "Looks like snow." Varsity Clubg Ski Club President 33 Block and Bridle Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 35 Football 3g Campur 2, 33 Medi- ator 2. Thomas Andrew Jackson MARKETING "Reefer" New Britain SIGMA CHI Q.P. collector . . . B.T.O .... "Here we go! off to Willi again!" . . . Likes bull- sessions-and girls . . . "Smarten up and use your head." Mediator 2, Secretary-Treasurer 33 NUT- MEG 2, Assistant Business Manager 33 S.A.M. 2, 33 Round Table 3. Arlene Doris Jacobson HISTORY Meriden PHI SIGMA SIGMA Hates to be called sweet . . . Curly hair and keen dark eyes . . . "There's noth- ing wrong with the Infantry" . . . An infectious laugh . . . Pays rent to the Library . . . "I'm majoring in math now" . . . Soft spoken and always smiling. Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3g U.C.B.S. 13 International Relations Club 3. Florence .lenusitis BACTERIOLOGY "Flo" Waterbury KAPPA ALPHA THETA Always in the swim , . . Kardinal Kappa . . . "Oh, those devilish eyes" . . . True sport . . . Unlimited ability. Campus 1, 2, 33 NUTMEG 2, 33 New- man Club 1, 2, 33 Swimming Club 2, 33 Zoology Club 33 Junior Counselor. Wilfred ,lodoin ACCOUNTING "Bill" jewett City ALPHA PHI "Know your debits and credits" . . Returning student . . . Koons Hall . . . Quiet and studious. Cross-Country 13 Indoor Track 13 Track lg Newman Club 33 S.A.M. 3. Marijane Johnson NURSING "funi!' Watertown KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Spends her time writing to the Navy . . . Versatile face . . . Crinkly eyes . . . "Kill 'em or cure 'em." White Caps 2, 53 Campus 33 U.C.A. 1. Shirley Marian Kahan CHEMISTRY "S man" Vernon Likes music . . . Always in the chem lab . . . What a line . . . "He's from New York." Chemistry Club 1, 23 Choir 13 Grange 1, 2, 33 Education Club 33 American Chemical Society 33 Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 33 4-H Club 3. Beverly Helene Kenny BUSINESS ADIVIINISTRATION "Bev" Palmer, Mass. CHI OMEGA "Now l1ere's a girl you'd like to know -she's got that Chi Omega pep and go!" . . . Transfer from Rhode Island State College . . . Despite it, she has made many friends . . . Friendly smile and beautiful blond hair. Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Shirley Blanche Kenney ZOOLOGY "Kenney' West Haven "Butch" to her friends . . . Her giggles and pep keep 'em happy . . . Dancing is her specialty . . . A record Collector . . . Smooth clothes . . . "Oh, my achin' back!" Glee Clubg Zoology Club, International Relations Clubg Treasurer of Hall I. Gordon Abbott King 'INSURANCE HG0fdJ"' Plantsville SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Man of strong convictions . . . Dry sense of humor . . . Mainstay of the choir . . . What do ya say fellas! . . . It's snowing again! Round Table 33 Athletic Council 23 S.A.M. 1, 33 Band 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 33 Mediator 33 Ski Club 3, May Adele Kingsley GENERAL HOME ECONOMICS "Mary" Franklin She seems reserved-but wait . . . Gen- tle, genuine and generous . . . "Hon- estly kids ?" . . . Mac's my man . . . We all think the world of her. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Home Economics Club 2, 33 Swimming Club 23 4-H Club Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. Shirley ,lean Krick INSURANCE "Krirket" New Haven KAPPA ALPHA THETA Kappa Sigma Sweetheart . . . Always with Bud . . . Infectious giggle . . . A perfect lady with a walking charm. S.A.M. 1, 2, 33 Secretary W.S.G.A 33 junior Social Chairman Choir 23 NUT- MEG 2, 3. Lois Lorraine Kurtze FOODS AND NUTRITION West Haven KAPPA ALPHA THETA The Home Economist . . . True friend . . . Dimpled cheeks and eyes of blue . . . Service man's correspondent . - - Views on News . . . Mischief-maker . . . Ready smile. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Home Economics Clflb 1, 2, 3g Sociology Club 1, 25 Iumof Council, fl latin Sgla flflilg fflor .chmi lllilgl .l. Nille Sense wing l if -. i . -,3, QS iklin Gin- Flon- We mirs Club .Vfll W5 , A i. 5? UT' nd UC nb ill' Ruth Diggs Lampe MARKETING "LampslJade" Storrs KAPPA ALPHA THETA Lovely clothes, charm and wit-totals terrific . . . Never a dull moment . . . Teaser . . . At least five letters a day , . . Absent-minded and lovable . . . Dreamer . . . Kardinal Kappa. Home Economics Club 1, 2, S.A.M. 2, 3, NUTMEG 2, Editor 3, Swimming Club 3. Marion Florence Lamson CHEMISTRY Hartford Transfer from Junior College of Con- necticut . . . Her ambition and energy keep her rushing . . . "Well, kids, I've got to go" . . . Logical mind . . . Sys- tematic . . . "Give me one reason why!" Sociology Club, Chemistry Club, Hillel Foundation 3. Bette Jane Larson EDUCATION "B, jj' Stratford Bubbling wit . . . Ready to laugh . . . Those dark brown eyes . . . Ensign "Foozy" . . . A friend to all . . . Q.P. collector . . . "That's Life." U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, International Relations 2, 3, Education Club 3. Mollie Lee PSYCHOLOGY New Haven PHI S'IGMA SIGMA "Laugh and the world laughs with you" . . . Friendly exuberance . . . Cuts a neat ligure . . . Capable . . . "Bridge is relaxing!" Student Senate 2, W.S.G.C. 2, NUT- MEG 2, Managing Editor 3, Historian of junior Class, Sociology Club 3, Jun- ior Counselor 3, Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3. Mary Frances Legier MUSIC EDUCATION "Molly" Westport Haunts the Music Building . . . "Hey, kids-ya know what!" . . . "Mr, Ying- ling says-" . . . A ready smile for ev- eryone . . . "Honestl !!" . . . "With a Y song in her heart." Choir 1, 2, Secretary 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Carollers 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Ed- ucation Club 3, U.C.A. 3. M I Herbert Walter Levi CHEMISTRY "Herb" Storrs ALPHA KAPPA PI "I'm astonishedl' '... Likes bugs and spiders and Shostakovich. Chemistry Club, Outing Club. Susan Helen Lewis PHYSICS "5116"' XVatertown PI BETA PHI Football reporter . . . Wfeek-end bike trips . . . "Pay me on the tenth" . . . Sweet Sue . . . "Drag me out at 6:30" . . . Last-minute decisions. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 3, Junior Counsellor 3. Franklyn L. Litsky GOVERNMENT "Frank" Waterbury PHI SIGMA DELTA "Grantland" . . . "Wake me at noon" . . . "Hey, engineer" . . . Ping-pong shark . . . "There goes my bus." Campy: 1, 2, Sports Editor 2, NUTAIEG 1, 2, Walter Stemmons Medal, Sigma Upsilon Iota 3, Hillel 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Mediator 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, Man- ager, Basketball Team 2, 3. Alfred Joseph Litwin ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "Ff2ddJ"' Hartford PHI SIGMA DELTA "Let me calibrate your camera" . . . "just a platonic date" . . . "G. I. will never die" . . . Still loves his uniform . . . Always in a hurry. Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, A.I.E.E. 3, Hillel 1, 2, 3, House Council 2. Julia Idell F. Loveclal FOODS AND NUTRITION "Indy" Southbury PI BETA PHI Transfer from Danbury Teachers Col- lege . . . Fiend for sports and dancing . . . Partial to the Navy . . . Sweet and unassuming. Home Economics Club 3, 4, Outing Club 4. A. Shirley McCall FRENCH "Slairl" Old Saybrook "Oh those Gulley stairs!" . . . Quiet in her own way . . . Industrious . . . Spon- taneous giggle . . . Optimistic . . . De- pendable. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 3g Spanish Club 3. Mary Elizabeth McElroy SOCIOLOGY "Berry Springdale Interests are archery, art and the Ma- rines . . . "Letter from Mel" . . . "Golly." Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 3g Archery Club 1, 2, 3. Mary ,lane McGroary BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "M, jf' West Haven KAPPA ALPHA THETA Subtle Irish wit . . . "The wanderer" . . . Great big heart with room for all . . . Crackerjack secretary . . . "Senator McGroary" . . . A linger in every pie. Student Senate 3, 4g W.S.G.A. 3, 4g Newman Club 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 2, 33 Swimming Club 2. Muriel E. McKay SOCIOLOGY "Mag" Hartford ALPHA DELTA PI Pretty and petite . . . Irish blue eyes . . . Sparkling spunk . . . Long and late gab fests . . . "That exam was vile!" . . . "Babies are so-o-o cute." Sociology Clubg Outing Club, junior Counselor. Patricia MacKow11 ART AND TEXTILES "Paz" Meriden KAPPA ALPHA THETA Laugh a minute . . . Beautiful blue eyes . . . NX'avy hair . . . Bubbles over with enthusiasm . . . True socialite . . . Ever- felt personality! Class social chairman Ig Cawplu 2, 3g NUTMEG 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1, Social Committee 1, 2, 3. Mary Elizabeth Madden ENGLISH "B et1y" Stratford Transfer from Junior College of Con- necticut . . . Collects souvenirs . . . Fond of journalism . . . "Oh brother." Newman Club 3. Martha Ann Maddox ART AND TEXTILES "Ann" Stratford KAPPA ALPHA THETA Transfer from Huntingdon College, Ala- bama . . . Sweet'n lovely . . . Southern drawl . . . "Oh, hush now!" . . . Mis- chievous eyes . . . True friend. Home Economics Club 3. Selma Mag NURSING "Maggie" Hartford PHI SIGMA SIGMA "I'm sorry kids" . . . "When we were at the hospital"' . . . Future Angel of Mercy. . . S.S. 6 . . .One of the Navy triumvirate . . . Sincere and loyal. White Caps 1, 2, 3, President 33 Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3g Hillel Council 1, 25 Campus Business Board lg junior Coun- selorg W.A.A. Florence Mary Maiewski SOCIOLOGY "Re71cey" Hartford DELTA ZETA Transfer from St. joseph College in West Hartford . . . Likes painting . . . "I like them tall with manners" . . . "'I love orchids" . . . "O. K. kids, where do we go from here?" Newman Clubg Society Editor of Sprague News. Helen Bosworth Main BACTERIOLOGY "Main" West Haven DELTA ZETA Tiny, talkative, terrific . . . Everyone's pal . . . "Egad!" . . . "At this rate I'm going to major in Chem 2401" . . . The Army Air Corps-hmm . . . "Anybody know where I can get a ride-any- where?" U.C.A. 1g Glee Club 1, 33 NUTMEG 33 Zoology Club 53 junior Counselor 3. 'n ilford Con. they ttford . Ala. them Mig. Ltforcl were el of lim al. Llillel 1, 2, .0lllJ' ri tfonl e in ,"I .rherc of 'zvtll onC'5 I'IIl The bod? -afll' G 31 3. Andrew Malahan MARKETING "Drew" Torrington Why stay on campus with Willi so ner!! . . . Operates with operators . . . Doesn't let studies interfere with pleas- ures . . . Transfer from Northeastern University. Emily A. Mandel SOCIOLOGY "Emmy" Norwich Talkative . . . Wedding bells . . . Likes nature . . . Hard worker. Glee Club 13 Sociology Club 2, 3g Pen- craft 2. Cecily Alison Mann SOCIOLOGY "Cer" Darien Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan . . . Brit- ish Skylark . . . ping-pong supreme . . . "Now, where did I put that?" . . . Those awful soc exams. Glee Clubg Choir. Julius Michael Markiewicz P. E. AND SOCIAL SCIENCES "Mark" Stamford SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON A future Don White . . . Versatile ath- lete . . . S.A.E.'s intramural spark plug . . . Obliging busboy . . . A one-girl man. Basketball 1, 2, Co-captain 33 Baseball 2, 3, Newman Club. Dorothy Faith Martinson FOODS AND NUTRITION "Dot" West Hartford "When I'm a dietitian" . . . Hobby: Floral arrangement . . . Week-end jaunts home . , . Active in religious activities. Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 HOIHC Economics Curriculum Committee Soph- omore Representative 2g University Christian Association 1, 2, 3. anal!!! Cather1ne Lucia MHS1 ENGLISH "Ka," Wfatertown Personality and versatility coupled with brains and efficiency . . . The songster of last year's A.S.T. orchestra . . . A crooked, warming smile . . . An idealist. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, junior Counselor 3, House Chairman of Hall I 31 Interna- tional Relations Club 3. Warrler Mason LANGUAGES "DoH' New Haven "I cawn't, I cawn't" . . . Happily mar- ried . . . Not a week-end on campus . . . Speaks French Huently. Pencraft 1, 2, 3, President 23 Spanish Club 1, French Club 3. Rosemary Matriciano FRENCH "Ro" New Haven Everybody's Spanish coach . . . West Point!! . . . "Oh, have I got troubles!" . . . "Genie, clean the room" . . . Cell 325 . . . Perennial P.E .... Her Donald Duck walk. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 43 Volleyball and Base- ball Intramurals. Harriet A. May ENGLISH "H:1ppy" Glastonbury PI BETA PHI Nickname describes personality . . . 'Tm confused" . . . Swearing relieves her mind . . . Rush, rush, rush . . . Campu: to house to Campur to class . . . Gotta make the deadline, kids . . . Personality, pep, popular. Campw 1, 2, Editor 33 NUTMEG 2, Sociology Club 2, 3, Senate 35 W.S.G.A. 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Sophomore Social Chairmang Sigma Upsilon Iota 3, junior Counselor 33 Freshman Week Commit- tee 3. Hans Paul Mayer MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "P, M." Bridgeport TAU EPSILON PHI "I don't want to say anything, but" . . . Man of many women, always settling down . . . It takes an engineer to do it . . . Soundless sleeper . . . Good natured. Engineers Club . . . A.S.M.E.g Hillel, Campzzr Mary Ann Metzler SPANISH "Me1zlef" Waterbury ALPHA DELTA PI "Are you with me or agin me?" . . . Horseback riding and skiing . . . Born in Ohio, raised in Texas, lived in New Orleans and has her heart set on China . . . Imagine Confucius says with a southern accent. junior Counselor 3: Outing Club 3g Spanish Club 1, 3. Mary Elizab eth Mills ACCOUNTING Collinsville A friendly smile for all . . . Winsome way . . . "He's in the Air Corps" . . . Brilliant Business Adder and athletic too. U.C.A. 2, 33 Outing Club 33 4-H Club 2g Treasurer 33 Ski Club 3. Jean H. Moffett HOME ECONOMICS "M0jj'il" Fairfield PI BETA PHI Independence is to be admired . . . In- dustrious and creative . . . Devilish under a seemingly smooth surface . . . Letters to Italy. Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 Campur 2, 3. Agnes Molloy BACTERIOLOGY "Molly" Bridgeport KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sparkling personality behind a really winning smile . . . Mr. Mahoney's right hand man . . . Has an enthusiastic hand in everything on campus . . . "Oh kids" . . . Doing a great job of following in those famous Molloy footsteps. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, President 3, Sen- ate 1, 2, 3g W.S.G.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1g Interfaith Council 2, 35 Junior Counselor 3. Albert Raymond Moquet ECONOMICS "Smokey" New Haven KAPPA SIGMA Vifitticisms his delight . . . A true gen- tleman . . . Key chain and all . . . Kar- dinal Kappa . . . Yergie has the key to his heart and his house . . . "But, that would be the right to do it!" U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Mediator 3. Meriel Moskowitz ENGLISH "Mitzi" Waterbury Transfer from Columbia . . . Quiet and industrious . . . Likes sports . . . Buries herself in her English. Hillel 3. Alice Mott ENGLISH New London KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Transfer from Syracuse . . . Beanery belle . . . Famous smile . . . Equally famous walk . . . Combination of beauty and brains. Campus 2g junior Counselor 3. Mary Elizabeth O'Brien BACTERIOLOGY "Belly' Winsted PHI MU Pepsodent smile . . . Naturally curly hair . . . Quiet 'til you get to know her -then the fun starts . . . "Sorry, but I don't get it" . . . True to the infantry . . . "I love to sleep" . . . Irish enthu- siast . . . "It's a riot" . . . Good natured . . . Loves macaroni. Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 33 Pan Hellenic Representative 33 Junior Counselorg Intramural Sports 2, 3. Phyllis Rose Odiseos HISTORY "Playl' ' Greenwich KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Transfer from Beaver College . . . Here, there and everywhere . . . Vivacious . . . Sparkling eyes . . . Always laughing . . . "I'm mad about it." Campus 2, 3, U.C.A. 2g Soc Club 2. Marilyn Jean Olsen NURSING "Mal" Newington KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Allergic to peanut butter . . . Efficient Swede . . . Looks like Sonja Henle . . . Cadet Nurses Corps . . . "He's just mY Bil1." NUTMEG 23 U.C.A. 1, 2g White Caps 2, 33 Carollers 1, Glee Club lg Ch01r 1- Edward L. Palmer AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING "Ed" Storrs SIGMA NU Spends time at Library . . . His girl works at main desk . . . Serious about his college Work . . . Veteran of World War II . . . Transfer from Willimantic State Teachers College. 4-H Club 45 Baseball 3, 4, Fire Depart- ment 3, 4g Grange 3, 4, U. of C. Vet- erans Association 4. Merrilyn Avis Palmer HOME ECONOMICS "Peanul" Storrs Quiet . . . Off-campus student . . .Subtle humor . . . True Yankee . . . Clever fingers. 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g Grange 3. Nancy Parker BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Nan" West Hartford Eyes of blue . . . Natural curl . . . "If you like today, it's hereg if you don't, it's going" . . . "Hey, kids, I've changed my room around" . . . "Only one class tomorrow, I'm going to sleep." Choir 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 33 Outing Club 2. Jean Beverly Parsons MARKETING "Par.r0n5" Darien KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Friendly and unaffected . . . Lovely clothes . . . "Got a letter from Bob!" . . . A beautiful star sapphire. Campus 2, 3, Office Manager 33 Man- chester Social Chairman 2, Sociology Club 2g U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. Rosemarie L. Parsons HOME ECONOMICS "Pane" New Haven KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Typical "jolly junior" . . . Winning smile . . . Idealist ideas . . . Spends her time with her cocker spaniels, horses and dreaming of that "ideal" who will soon be home . . . Ah, That Lieutenant! Junior transfer from Larson jr. College . . . U.C.A. 3. ff , Barbara Martha Payne NURSING "B0bby" -Iewett City Pert, saucy, mischievous . . . That per- sonality is just the right antidote for her patients' sufferings . . . She'll cheer 'em up, hut quick . . . Friends claim she's Scotch . . . Money sticks to her fingers . . . Room filled with boys' pictures . . . Teddy's best girl. XVhite Caps 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 XY'orship Committee 11 4-I-I Club 1, 2, 33 Archery Club 2, 3. Nancy Payne HISTORY "Name" Manchester Plans to' teach . . . Cute smile . . . A Manchesterite . . . A way with history courses . . . Has musical interest also . . . "Oh, please." Glee Club l, 2, 3, Sociology Club 33 In- ternational Relations Club 3g Education Club 3. Phyllis Barbara Pearl SPANISH "Pbyl" Hartford PHI SIGMA SIGMA Bright, vivacious and always laughing . . . On the ball . . . "Gordy wrote a new song" . . . A real sport . . . Never a dull moment . . . "Think 'I'll major in P.E." . . . Loves anything with choco- late . . . "How about that?" Hillel 1, 2, 3, Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3. Cynthia Harriet Peizer Rockville PHI SIGMA SIGMA Deep brown eyes . . . Sticks to a sched- ule and gets A results . . . Unpreten- tious . . . "Who's Herby?" . . . "Hon- estly, you'd like Rockville." Spanish Club . . . International Club . . . Hillel Choir. Barbara H. Perkins "Pere" New London Q.P.R. Girl . . . Real blonde . . . Always writing letters . . . "Oh, kids, let's go to bed" . . . Long distance calls from Washington and points south. Orchestra 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 2. Marolyn M. Pfingston PSYCHOLOGY "Smokie" Westport KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Always the unexpected . . . That cheery hello . . . Eye-catching wardrobe. Campy: 15 U.C.A. 1, 25 Psychology Club 3. Anne Seeley Pickett NURSING "Fire" Washington KAPPA ALPHA THETA Funny in her chatty moods . . . Horse- woman extraordinary . . . Vivacious, en- thusiastic, and slightly unpredictable . . . Independent. U.C.A, 1, 2, 35 White Caps 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3. Sam Pinkes BACTERIOLOGY "Pinky" Hartford "Telephone" between here and Hartford . . . Man's man. Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Hillel 1, 2, 35 Chem- istry Club 3. Leonard Stack Pitts CHEMISTRY "Lez1ny' Bridgeport SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Horseman par excellence . . . Brahms lover . . . Conscientious student of chem . . . Likes his women with lots of poise . . . Beneath a cold exterior lies a heart as cold . . . The smile of the Sphinx. Block and Bridle5 Mediator5 Horse Show. Florence Joyce Pond MARKETING "foyce" Milford PI BETA PHI Wfears a pair of silver wings . . . Viva- cxous and versatile . . . "XVhat's your trouble?" . . . Enthusiasm personified . . . Strictly from hunger!" . . . A true Sport. U.C.A. 35 S.A.M. 35 W.A.A. 33 Junior Class Sports Chairmang junior Coun- selorg XYfomen's Varsity Club 2, 3. Wien E1-is Doshia Porterfield SOCIOLOGY Manchester KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Always on the go . . . Dimples in her smile . . . Winning personallity . . , "Torchy" . . . Conscientious . . . "Too much to do" . . . Cream of the crop. NUTMEG 2, 35 Campzzr 2, 35 Sociology Club 35 Junior Counselor 35 S.A.M. 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. Council 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Outing Club 15 Class Historian 25 House Council 1, 2. Luella Addie Pratt HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION "Lee" Harwinton A pretty brown-haired lass from the wilds of Harwinton . . . Devilish sense of humor . . . Square dance addict . . . Ask her about that trip to Niagara Falls in October . . . Conscientious . . . Trumpeter in the orchestra . . . Con- cocter of fiendish pranks on neighbors. 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, President 35 Glee Club 15 Orchestra 2, 35 Home Econom- ics Club 1, 2, 35 Newman Club 2, 35 Ag. Club 15 Junior Counselor. Norma Doris Raffel SOCIOLOGY 'finally' Bristol ALPHA EPSILON PI-I'I "Hey, kids, what will I write to him?" . . . "It's quality not quantity" . . . Prizes her collection of records . . . Bridge fiend . . . Always in Willi. Spanish Club 15 Hillel 1, 2, 35 Hillel Choir 1, 2, 35 Hillel Hurley 15 Inter- national Relations Club Z5 Sociology Club 2, 35 Education Club 35 junior Counselor. Rivie Raucher ACCOUNTING "Pe1ky" Norwich "How I hate eight o'clocks" . . . Spur of the moment fun . . . Winning smile. NUTMEG 35 Sociology Club 35 Inter- naitonal Relations 35 S.A.M. 2, 35 Out- ing Club 35 Hillel 2, 35 Hillel Choir 3. Elaine Church Raymond NURSING "Slareebie" Demure . . . Her crisp curls are envy of all girls . . . Fond of unique jewelry with emphasis on earrings . . . Letters to Roger . . . A staunch supporter of the Navy . . . For unknown reasons is al- lergic to the song "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" and Tennyson's poem "LanC610f and Elaine." White Caps 1, 2, 3, President 25 Pub- licity 35 Archery Club 2, 33 4-H Club 35 U.C.A. 1, 3. Elaine Eilmes Reihl SOCIOLOGY "Bonny IV00" Waterbury PHI MU "Will you call me before you leave for class ?' '... Not really as shy and quiet as she appears to be . . . Has been ru- mored that snores from sleeping porch come from her bed. Sociology Club 33 Archery 1, 2, 3. Lucille Carole Reinstein SOCIOLOGY "Lu" Bridgeport PHI SIGMA SIGMA Favorite expression: "I'm flunking out" . . . "Beautiful" . . . "I can always go to the infirmary" . . . Tall, attractive and smooth . . . Modern eve . . . Ar- dently admired . . . Refreshingly genu- ine . . . All mirth . . . Much madness . . . Loads of friends and close to them all. Hillel 1, 2, 3: Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3: So- ciology Club 3. Mae Louise Rivkin ENGLISH Hartford PHI SIGMA SIGMA "When Joe comes home' '...' 'It's not quite two karats!" . . . Curly-head . . . Captivating charm . . . One of the Navy triumvirate . . . Refined, refreshing, and refiective. Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, First Vice- President 2, 3, Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3, Education Club 3, Campus, junior Counselor. .lean Mary Rocks BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Hot Router" Milford KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA Gorgeous red hair . . . Pranlcster . . . "His name is George, not Soupy" . . . Artistic . . . Smooth dresser . . . Dis- arming frankness . . . Power of persua- sion plus . . . "California, here I come." Society for Advancement of Manage- ment 2, 3, Swimming Club 2, 3, NUT- MEG 3, Ski Club 3. Adrian George Rodainsky MARKETING "Cbuckzzlar" "Un Homme Anglaif' Stamford Musician par excellence . . . Interested in law or selling . . . Experienced die- caster . . . Broadcasting . . . Handsome . . . Natural born leader. Husky Network, Hillel Foundation, So- ciety for Advancement of Management, Collegians, Round Table 3. "1-5 Frank Elijah Rogers INDUSTRIAL INIANAGEINIENT "Bud" Southington KAPPA SIGMA Kappa Alpha Theta sweetheart . . . Rock Garden specials . . . Sincere . . . Takes an awful beating . . . "I.et's go to Hartford!" Mediator 3, 4, Secretary 3, S.A.M. 4, President of Senior Class. Elaine Marjorie Rose SOCIOLOGY PHI SIGMA SIGMA "Oh, deah!" . . . "Everything happens to me" . . . Personalit and e erson Y P P P ' ified . . . Always a story to tell . . . The Navy calls at 7:30 . . . Wfhere there's life, there's Rose . . . One of the Navy triumvirate. Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3, Pan Hellenic Council 3, junior Counselor 3, Treasurer of the Sopho- more Class of 1946, Sociology Club 3. Dorothy WCSIOII Ross FOODS AND NUTRITION "Dong" Bridgeport DELTA ZETA "Just can't keep away from the place" . . . Transfer back from Florida . . . Mail and fun enthusiast . . . "Pardon me while I dash to feed my rat." U.C.A. 2, Home Economics Club 2, 33 House Council 3, Campur 3, Interfaith Council, '44. Marjorie Ann Rowley FOOD AND NUTRITION "Marge" Waterbury Nice personality . . . And a winning way . . . Smiling through . . . Future dieti- tian . . . Witty and appreciates wit . . . "If I could only play tennis!" Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 3. Shirley H. Rozinsky BACTERIOLOGY "Flower" Hartford "What is life but a magazine?" . . . Hobby: A letter a night. Hillel 1, 2, 3. Joyce Elena Rudes BUSINESS ADMIINIISTRATION Bloomfield KAPPA ALPHA THETA "Tell me a story" . . . Interesting color combination . . . Easy smile . . . Strictly a business woman . . . Individualist. S.A.M. 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Newman Club 1, 2, Standing Committee 3g Campzu 3, Assistant Advertising Manager 35 NUTMEG 2, 3g Dramatic Club 1. Gloria Anne Sapienza BACTERIOLOGY "Sappy" Manchester Thinks there's no place in the world like Manchester . . . Sunday afternoon piano playing and ping-ponging . . . "That's nice-I like that" . . . "That's a jim Dandy" . . . Her handshake!! . . . Cheery smile . . . Twinkling eyes . . Sparkling sense of humor. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Counselor 33 Glee Club 2g St. Thomas Aquinas Choir 2, 3. Rosalind Schuh GOVERNMENT "Roz" New Haven ALPHA EPSILON PHI Schubisms galore . . . The right thing at the wrong time . . . He says it with flowers . . . "I'm going to build me a castle painted purple and white" . . . "Darlin', you can't love one" . . . A raven-haired pixie . . . A 5 feet 2 bundle of Mmmmm. Hillel 1, 2, 3, Sociology Club 1, 23 In- ternational Relations 2. Harvey Schulman CHEMISTRY "Slimey" Hartford PHI EPSILON PI Two beers, Helen!! . . . Bashful . . . People bother me . . . Grey flannels, white shoes . . . It's rather moldy . . . Listen to Lionel play . . . I'm highly insulted, I'm leaving . . . How nice! . . . Slimiosis Nianticosis. Campur 3, Zoology Club 3, Chemistry Club 1. Edith Ruth Schuster HOME ECONOMICS Meriden Looking forward to teaching . . . But not the typical schoolteacher . . . Takes time to know . . . But when you do! Home Economics Clubg U.C.A. Carol Schustein BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Jersey City, N. J. PHI SIGMA SIGMA Dark beauty . . . Noted for her long week-ends . . . Fun to know . . . En. gaged . . . Sweetheart of Army Ord- nance. Robert C. Scott INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT "Bob" Hartford Transfer from the University of New Hampshire . . . "Ge-bo" . . . Amazing variety in women! . . . "What did you get in this exam?" Choir 2, 3g Mediator 3g Junior Execu- tive Committee 3g S.A.S. 3, Intramural Council 2, 3, Chairman 3. Enid Shapiro SOCIOLOGY "Enid" Fall River, Mass. PHI SIGMA SIGMA Fetching smile . . . She seems reserved -but wait! . . . Elflike . . . Overseas mail every day . . . "Dave and I" . . . "Let's go to Masty's." Hillel 1, 2, 3g Junior Counselor 35 So- ciology Club Secretary 2, 33 Interna- tional Relations Club 2, 3. Valerie Sharaf GOVERNMENT New London "ICids,' I'm so disorganized" . . . Indi- vidualism and spontaneity . . . Believer in cooperative living . . . "How provin- cial" . . ..Political aspirations but "No, I won't kiss babies" . . . Sense and sen- sibility. Husky Network 1g Sociology Club 1, 2, 35 'International Relations Club 2, 3. Dorothy Sharp SOCIOLOGY "Dolly" Springfield, Mass. PHI MU Transfer from Knox College, Ill .... Full of the devil . . . Lively . . . Pep and plenty of it . . . Keeps her friends happy by telling them stories . . . Pop- ular co-ed. Muriel Sheitelman SOCIOLOGY "Mike" New Haven PHI SIGMA SIGMA Symphony in black and white . . . Se- renely sophisticated . . . Pianist, actress . . . Oh, those talents . . . Captivating smile . . . This semester I'm really going to grind." Hillel 1, 2, 3g Husky Networkg NUT- MEG 2g Sociology Club 35 Sach and Buskin 3. Tinnette Sherman SOCIOLOGY Plantsville PH'I SIGMA SIGMA Transfer from N. Y. U .... Long dark hair . . . Willowy figure . . . Likes to philosophize . . . Actress magnifique . . . Impetuous . . . Always ready to discuss love . . . "Does anyone have any candy?" . . . Abounds in abilities. Hillel 2, 3g Sociology Club 2, 3. Irene Shlien SOCIOLOGY "Rene" Middletown "Oh, kids, isn't it exciting!" . . . Sincere . . . Sweet . . . "Gee, kids, I can vote this year" . . . "Everything is relative." Sociology Club 1, 2, 3g Hillel 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 3g International Relations Club 2, 3. Philip Silver CHEMISTRY "Long john" New Haven PHI SIGMA DELTA "Hya, fatty" . . . "Who's got a penny?" . . . "Let's do something exciting!" . . . Chemistry fiend . . . Likes to dance . . Future doctor of the brain. Hillel 1, 2, 3, Hillel Council 3, Medi- ator 33 Spanish Club 3g Chemistry Club 2, 3. Constance Simmers ECONOMICS "Connie" 'Winsted PI BETA PHI One of the B.B.C.P.'s . . . Attractive wardrobe . . . Finger in every pie . . . Where's Polly? . . . Oh! that exam. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Student Senate 3, 4, W,S.G.C. 3, Vice-President 3g Junior Counselor 3. ,f-lim. 1 -51 441 ff - i 7" , Carol Ellen Smith ENGLISH "Carol" NVest Haven Blue eyes and a friendly smile . . . Georgia on her mind . . . Future author . . . "Don't call me 'Smitty' " . . . Al- ways good company . . . "So this is where 'I End you" . . . "XVomen are al- right but men are nicer." U.C.A. l, 2, 35 Glee Club I1 Sociology Club 25 junior Counselor 3. Constance Joyce Smith BUSINESS ADIYIINISTRATION "Connie" Bridgeport KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA "Local-" . . . "Purely intellectual, I'm Alpha Mu" . . . "W'e've been scronched" . . . "Why not?" . . . "Say a few thou- sand words" . . . "That's a good ques- tion" . . . "It doesn't mean schmatz." Choir 1, Glee Club 1, Pmrrafl 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor 33 Pan Hellenic Rep- resentative 2, 3, President 3g Sociology Club 3, S.A.M. 3g Dramatic Club 3. Norma Smyth ENGLISH "Sn1i!1y' Thompsonville PI BETA PHI Week-end trotter . . . Males and mail . . . A sailor on every destroyer . . . Thompsonville accent , . . Rabid record fan . . . "Hey, y'know what?" Choir lg Newman Club 1, 2. Anne Sapensky HOME ECOINIOIWICS Waterbury Transfer from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn . . . That reserved sense of humor . . . Twinkling, blue eyes , . . Precise . . . Strictly a classical musical lover . . . "XX'ell, I must say." Home Economics Clubg 4-H Club, Edu- cation Club, U.C.A. 3. Jane Garclner Spalding PSYCHOLOGY "jm1ie" Kansas City, Mo. ALPHA DELTA PI junior transfer from Kansas City Junior College . . . Tall and willowy . . . Smooth dancer . . . Prominent drawl . . . Hobbies: Photography, ballet, and cook- ing . . . "Everything is fierce." Cdlllpllj' 3g Outing Club 3g Sociology Club 33 U.C.A. 3. Maxine Selma Spector CHEMISTRY Hartford "My room's going to Hunk out of this colle e" . . . "Um onions!" . . . "One 8 I of them has got to get a furlough." Education Club 2, 33 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Grange 3, 4-H 33 Sociology Club 33 American Chemical Society 3. Richard Hugh Spencer ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "Spence" Chester SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Energetic engineer . . . Q.P. getter . . . 'Interest in photagraphy-"Shutter bug" . . . Capable . . . Industrious . . . Quiet . . . Earnest fraternity man. U.C.A.g Engineers Club, A.I.E.E.3 NUT- MEG 3. Samuel Spitz BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "c1yfpIf' Bristol Radical, with no hesitance in expressing his opinions . . . Newspaperman par excellence . . . "Where's my by-line?" . . . Yellow socks and white shoes . . . Campus Pinnochio . . . Good man with figures. Mediator 33 Campm 2, 33 Round Table 33 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Council 33 Military Ball Committeeg Gamma Chi Epsilon 3. Elizabeth K. Stanton CHEMISTRY "Belly" New Britain All-around athlete . . . Thought and ac- tion hand in hand . . . Diminutive but full of spirit . . . Diligent worker . . . "Have you heard?" Outing Club 13 Archery Club 33 junior Counselorg Newman Club 1, 2, 33 St. Thomas Aquinas Choir 23 Manchester Sports Chairman 3. Florence Frances Sterling ENGLISH "Fla" Hamden PHI S'IGMA SIGMA That blue-black hair . . . Catchy, full- throated laugh . . . Everybody's confi- dante . . . "Don't be silly, it's no both- er" . . . Best straight-faced joke teller of them all . . . Loves Beethoven and Thomas Vffolfe. Campm 23 Sociology Club 33 Hillel 1, 2, 3. 'Ami' '33 ,Q .Z ff ' fyg, , X K Arlene Mae Steward BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Slew" Stamford DELTA ZETA "Gee, it was swell" . . . "No kidding." U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Junior Counselor 3g junior Representative of Holcomb. Edwin J. D. Stratton INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION "Ed" Manchester ALPHA GAMMA RHO "Uh huh!" . . . 2-second chug-a-lugger . . . No thanks-don't smoke . . . Air Corps veteran . . . The voice! . . . Peachy dancer . . . Oh, those long-dis- tance calls. U.S.M.E. 13 Veterans' Club 33 Ski Club 3g Intramural Baseball, Tippa Stein Hi 3. ' Miriam Strong , CHEMISTRY "Mir" Ansonia just ask her about Co-op .... A touch of the explorer . . . Collects pictures of Angora cats . . . Goes out for sports and photography . . . "I should worry and get a wrinkle." Glee Club 1, 2g Outing Club 2, 33 U.C.A. 33 Junior Counselor 33 Chem- istry Club 33 NUTMEG 3. John M. Swenston CHEMISTRY Naugatuck Familiar face around campus . . . The big Swede . . . Otherwise known as joe Persaverence . . . Lives in the isolated Farm Machinery Building. Mary Tate "Tazd' Stamford Life is not life, without delight! . . . Sunshiny Tate is a friend to all . . . Red slacks . . . Cheery smile . . , "Leave the dishes in the sink" . . . "Wake up, Tate, wake up." Newman Club. Helen Griffin Taylor SECRETARIAI.. STUDIES "Cindy" New Haven Fairest hair-"Yes, it's natural" . . . V-Mail from France . . . "Oh Man!" . . . "Seen Jeannie?" Glee Club 1, 2, University Choir 1, 2, 3, Archery Club 3. Miriam Themper INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT "Tbemp" New Haven ALPHA EPSILON PHI Sincerity personified . . . Dimple in chin, mischief within . . . The senator goes to Washington . . . "That's a panic!" . . . "Sidney's my guy" . . . "I came to college naive and sweet!" . . . "Are we heating the great outdoors?" Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3, Hillel Coun- cil Treasurer 2, 3, Student Senate 2, 3, W.S.G.C. 2, 3, Sociology Club 2, 3, S.A.M. 3. Betty Elinor Torell CHEMISTRY "Bel" Torrington Outdoor lover . .1 . Interested in chem- istry. Choir 1, 2, 3, U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, President 3, Executive Com- mittee 3, American Chemistry Society 3, Chemistry Club 3. Anne Susan Tracy ENGLISH Wethersheld KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Her expressions amuse . . . Collegiate study hours . . . "Yeah!" . . . Infectious laugh . . . Pleasing personality. Education Club 3, Campurg Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Marilyn Agnes Tripp SOCIOLOGY "Trippie" Pawcatuck PI BETA PHI S.A.E. "Markfsj" the spot . . . Sleep- ing porch lullabier . . . Elfervescent per- sonality . . . "Oh, those legs!" . . . "I'll beat you on top of the head!" . . . A natural beauty with a voice to match. Choir 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3, U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Archery Club 1, junior Counselor. Mary Elizabeth True HOINIE ECONOBIICS "Ben," Glastonbury DELTA ZETA "Shall I go home this week-end ?" . . . "Hey, kids, what are we talking about now?" . . . Guess I'll go to sleep . . . Teacher-to-be. Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, U.C.A. 1, 2, Program Chairman 3, Glee Club 1, Education Club 2, 3. Marjorie .lane Turner TEXTILES AND ARTS "Margie" Stratford KAPPA ALPHA THETA Never a dull moment . , . Grille hound . . . "You'll never known . . . Kardinal Kappa . . . Friendly smile and interest- ing brown eyes . . . Needlewoman. Glee Club 1, 2, Campuf l, 2, 3, Busi- ness Manager 3, NUTLIEG 2, 3: Swim- ming Club 2, 3, Home Economics Club 3, Social Committee 2, junior Coun- selor 3, junior Prom Committee 3. Elizabeth E. Underwood DIETETICS "Be1lie" Hartford PI BETA PHI Blond bombshell . . . But sweet and lovely . . . Davey boy her interest . . . "Hello there, Honey." U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Sociology Club 2, 3, NUTMEG 2, Campui 2, 3, Assistant Subscription Manager, Distribution Man- ager, Service Distribution Manager, As- sistant Business Manager 3. Joseph John Urbanetti CHEMISTRY "foe" Manchester KAPPA SIGMA True to the girl back home . . . Tennis enthusiast . . . Haunts the chemistry labs . . . Ambitious. Chemistry Club, Newman Club. Richard Edwin Vargoshe PRE-VET "Dire" Huntington KAPPA SIGMA "just call me Horse for short' '... Al- ways up to the horse barn . . . I-Ie'll master the piano yet . . . Anything but study . . . Not lazy, but a bit on the weary side . . . Talkative . . . Personality plus . . . Good fellow. Choir 1, 2, 3, Block and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3, Zoology Club 3. Carol Mary Vath BUSINESS EDUCATION "Six" Vfest Haven PI BETA PI-II Oh, that dimple . . . Brown-eyed and all smiles . . . "Good enough!" . . . Fiend for swimming and basketball . . . Sweet and sincere . . . Prefers tall blonds, or brunettes . . . Nice to know. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 NUTMEG 2, 33 Varsity 2, Vice-President 33 Junior Counselor3 Women's Athletic Council 23 Holcomb Hall Treasurer 33 S.A.M. 33 4-H Club 2. Lois May Ventres NURSING "Lo" East Haddam DELTA ZETA True friend . . . Sincere and lots of fun . . . Another letter from Bill . . . Hid- den mischief . . . Basketball enthusiast . . . Sailors are "cute" . . . Shall I change my major again? . . . Personality and poise. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 University Choir 2, 33 Campur 33 White Caps 3. Ann Elizabeth Vinci BACTERIOLOGY "Ann" Ansonia DELTA ZETA "I don't studyl' '... Always a friendly smile . . . A Sigma Chi sweetheart. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 junior Counselor 33 Outing Club 3, Executive Committee 33 Holcomb House Chairman 3. Janice L. Visscher SECRETARIAI. STUDIES "j'm1" Waterbury DELTA ZETA Q.P. go-getter . . . Semper Paratus is her guide . . . Engaged . . . Vivacious . . . Loves to sleep . . . Vfant a cigarette? . . . Shorthand shark. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 3. Dorothy Ruth Vogt BUSINESS ADIVIINISTRATION "DUI" Stratford KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA Rock Garden Special . . . Natural friend- liness . . . A true friend . . . "Is he tall?" . . . "I didn't do it, honestly!" Pan Hellenic Council 33 Class Historian 11 5-A-ISL 2, 33 junior Counselor 33 NUTMEG 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Swimming Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2. Rosemary V005 HOME ECONOMICS "slag-07N Cheshire PHI MU Appropriate nickname . . . "How ghast- ly!" . . . Card shark . . . Basin Street enthusiast . . . "It's good enough for me!" Outing Club 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 35 Home Economics Club 2, 33 Pan Hellenic 2. Class Secretary 2, i Agnes IVI. Waldron SOCIOLOGY "Dodd, NCW Canaan ALPHA DELTA PI Spontaneous "combustion" in ideas and ambition . . . "If I only had a gash weight" '. . . Sleepy time gal . . . Ap. proach from attic heard in the cellar . . . Wise crack for every occasion. Newman Club 1, 23 International Rela- tions Club 13 Sociology Club 33 Junior Class Chairmang Chairman of the Junior Counselorsg W.S.G.C. 33 Pan Hellenic Council 2, 3. Nancy Webb ZOOLOGY "IVebbie"' Wetherslield KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA It's so nice to be loved! . . . Sweet, vi- vacious, and lovely . . . Acrobatics keep her in form . . . Personality plus . . . Long blond hair and high cheek bones. Choir 23 Varsity Club 2, 3, President 33 W.A.A. 33 Junior Week-End Commit- tee3 Badminton Club 33 Zoology Club 3. Elaine Elizabeth Webster' GOVERNMENT "Alpina" Rockville KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA "Say a few thousand words" . . . That's a good question . . . "I'm studying, Wh0 are you?" . . . "Why not?" Campur 13 International Relations Club 5. Grace Dorothy Webster BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Grade" Wethersheld PI BETA PHI That laugh with the kick behind it . . - "Oh kids, it's a panic!" . . . Air-minded the G. I. way . . . Dignity and "Graff . . . Ivory tickler . . . Harmony'S here to stay. Women's Athletic Council 13 U.C.A. 1. 2, 33 Choir 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 13 Out' ing Club 13 S.A.M. 33 Junior Counsel- org NUTMEG 2, Executive Secretary 3: Pan Hellenic Council 2, Vice-President 33 Student Senate 3. Jean Elizabeth Wengolin TEXTILES AND ART fvpenny' New Haven Good cook . . . Handy with the needle , , , Regular outdoor sport . . . Merry twinkle in her eye . . . One-man inter- est . . . "Give me 'None But the Lonely Heart' " . . . "jack and I." Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Executive Commit- tee 2, 33 Choir 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 NUTMEG 3. Anne Jane Whedon BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Squeaky" IVIEICIISOII A born organizer . . . Cheerful . . . Popular kid . . . Friendly and depend- able . . . Always has time to help some- one. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 53 U.C.A. Council 1, 2, 33 Chairman Freshman Classg W.S.G.A. Representative3 Outing Club 33 Varsity Club 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 2, 33 House Chairman Sprague Hall 33 Badminton Club 3. Betty Jane Whitham CHEMISTRY "B, I." Manchester KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Energetic, even in her conversations . . . "Oh, johnny!" . . . "Hey kids, guess what?" . . . Spends most of the day in chem lab . . . Can tell anyone how to be beautiful-in two easy lessons. Ruth Joy Wilson BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Ruth" Fairfield Athletic woman . . . Tennis champ . . . A great sport . . . Can tell a B-17 from a B-24 at live miles . . . Plans to do accounting. Woman's Varsity Club 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 33 Treasurer of Manchester Hall 33 Woman's Singles Tennis Cham- pionship 23 Awards in Tennis, Hockey, and Basketball. Marie Dorothy Winzer 'INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT "Rie" New York City Transfer from Concordia Junior College . . . That's strictly from hunger" . . . Strawberry blonde with a touch of spice . . . She wears the Navy's wings of gold . . . Matchless. Campus 3. QQ -s ,, . 'ir-dl' Elizabeth Wright SECRETARIAL STUDIES "Belly" Clinton PI BETA PHI Quiet, but wait 'til you really know her! . . . "Don't call me 'Red' " . . . Always willin' to hel . . . Conscientious 5, p . . . "jeepers!" . . . Yifith a gleam in her eye and a ready smile . . . A true friend. Glee Club 1, 2, 3: U.C.A. 2, 33 C.llIlf7ll,f 33 Nurstnc 33 S.A.M. 3. Quong Wu INIECHANICAL ENGINEERING New Haven "Who's this girl, Gloria?" . . . Can't whistle . . . Quiet. Intramuralsg Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, 43 A.S.M.E. 3, 4. Elinor Jane Yergason ZOOLOGY "Yefgie" West Hartford KAPPA ALPHA THETA Effervescent as champagne . . . A ques- tion for every answer . . . "Love mc, love my turtle" . . . Striking sophistica- tion . . . Riding on a cloud . . . "Do you think I should?" . . . "Aren't we having a wonderful time?" Frank Edward Zimmerman, Jr. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "Zimmy" Manchester SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Big Zim . . . Engineer businessman . . . Enthusiasm exemplified . . . Phi Alpha boady! . . . Strong S.A.E. man . . . News letters to servicemen . . . "I-Ie's one of my best friends." Mediator 3, President 43 Student Senate 43 A.S.M.E. 3, Chairman 43 Engineers Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 43 NUTMEG Sports Editor 43 Cross-Country Man- ager 3, 4g Round Table 43 S.A.M. 43 Who's Wfho in American Colleges and Universities. Ruth Shirley Zola CHEMISTRY "Zoe" Hartford "Out of this world" . . . Haunts the chem lab . . . Perfect lady . . . Reads P.M .... Ready smile with dimples . . . Popular. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Council 2, Corresponding Secretary 23 Hillel Choir 13 American Chemical Sociefl' 39 Chemistry Club 2, 3g NUTMEG 33 Sociology Club 33 ln- ternational Relations Club 2, 3. f Anna Maria Chotkowski ZOOLOGY Colchester Has mad obsessions where Puccini's La Boheme is concerned. Archery Club. George Finkelstein ' SOCIOLOGY Willimantic Transfer from Willimantic Teachers College . . . Plans to continue study in his field after graduation . . . Class dis- - cussionist! Sociology Club. Joseph Kone r CHEMISTRY "Io e" , Hartford "Tiny joe" . . . Well known for his in- conspicuousness . . . Especially in the beanery line . . . Well liked . . . "Sex-y." Thea Herrnine Korder HOME ECONOMICS West Hartford Transfer from Hillyer Junior College . . . Mischievous brown eyes . . . Tops in personality . . . Gets a kick out of life . . . Outdoor girl . . . Abundance of Q.P.'s . . . Partial to Navy blue. Home Economics Club 33 U.C.A. 3. Melvin Lieberman BACTERIOLOGY "Mel" New York Q.P. collector . . . Transfer from a Mas- sachusetts school . . . His buddies say that he is a woman hater, but we wonder . . . Quiet . . . That is on compus. "Pa Tram ,,.l vigor. 'usulfff My dslugjc W' 1 L-5 Tm: mth Harriet L. Lippman SOCIOLOGY "Pal" Dedham, Mass. Transfer from Westbrook junior College . . . Gal with lots of that old vim and vigor . . . Quick comebacks . . . Cheerful and bright . . . Good sport. Mildred Y. Minnich SOCIOLOGY "Millie" Mansfield Depot Lovely brown eyes . . . Socially and so- ciologically inclined . . . One of the young married . . . Beautiful smile . . . Transfer from University of California. Sociology Club. Gerald Mitchell HISTORY South Coventry Quiet and unassuming . . . Commuter with his own car . . . Intelligent, con- scientious . . . Spends most of his time between the Engineering Building and the Library. si Stella Reich MARKETING Dayton, O. Transfer from the University of Dayton . . . Quiet on the surface, but different with friends . . . Studious, if given the chance . . . Ask her about Dayton! . . . "Keep it quiet in here." Round Table Discussiong House Chair- man. George Tsoumas HISTORY Pomfret Center Continental accent . . . Distinguished moustache . . . Well-read and well- written . . . Has degrees from other schools . . . Bachelor and Master of Di- vinity . . . He is teaching at the Greek Theological Seminary in Pomfret. 61.2440 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS PHILIP DIGLIO, President ALBERT KSLIGERMAN, Treasurer ALBERT ZHOLMES, Vice-President ANDREW ARCELASCI-II, Secretary ELIZABETH SHANLEY, Historian SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS . 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Q 5' .gf , -"Til X , W "' rnmasruur I , " 1 lwummw. 3811. m WH ik:-BH 'ilhuaffamm YEJEHIQH NMLLSH 28-'igfll SHIRE li!! ! linimaimtm w.Yi!QB!5!WB LAEBHEH SHELBY ISQMBIIH M5121 2113753 .0 My filiw 8 lang: X . uwditiff if .,f-"" ELM VAX' Managing Editor Molly Lee , ,, ,- , . , , 'ffmlg , ,f- l 'm,' :fw fr "V 1" " A , - f iff' X tv, A 33", Yigggire Assistant Business Manager Thomas Jackson Executive Secretary Grace Webster Photography Editor OF QP vt 45 0 an 0 iff? "' 'rem' NUTMEG STAFF Editorial: Jane Griswold, Dot Vogt, Lois Black, Flo Jenusititis, Ann Picket, Rivie Raueher, Ruth Zola, Henen Freedman, Billie Doplan, Rita Strakna, Carol Smith, Nancy Fitzgerald. Janice Murphy, Helen Main, Miriam Strong, Mary 0'Connell, Jean WVengolin, Virginia Garvey, Peg Brundage, Jean Manchester, Claire May, Barbara Morhardt, Dee McMeekin. Typing: Luella Pratt, Joyce Holmquist, Kay Bullock, Kay Holmes, Irene Dunbar. Business: Jean Rocks, Elinor Yergason, Laurel Montuth, Irene Slough, Ruth Gross, Phyllis Alberg, Pat Ellsworth, Joyce Rudes, Virginia. Butler, Carol Vath, Betty Wright, Ted Halparin, Marion Barrows, Ed David, Al Beaudoin. Photography: Alan Campbell, Dick Spen- zer. i ..-, Alan Campbell C o-E d Editor Dorothy C arroll 7he!V Editor-in-Chief Ruth Diggs Lam pe Associate Editor Sports Constance Smith Frank Zilllllleflllilll The 1945 Nutmeg is planned to feature the activities and personalities of the junior class and also to offer a comprehensive view of undergraduate life at the University. The editors wish to thank those members of the staff who so willingly gave their time to help produce a book that we hope you will all be proud of. Business Manager Harry Grohe HARRIET ALMA MAY, Editor-in-Chie RUSSELL HUNTER Managing Editor f During the last year, the Connecticut Campus, our student newspaper, has gone through a period of transition. Last spring, due to unfortunate circumstances, the print- ing of the paper had to he tur11ed over to an inexperienced group of Workers. Even though they did not know all they might have about newspapers, they were en- ergetic and enthusiastic, and did a fine job. A great deal of credit goes to Happy May and her fine staff for the regular and excel- lent publication of the Connecticut Campus. MARJORIE TURNER, Business Manager SYM THE CUNNECTIC T UA PU Hlunnm A. MAY, Editor-in-chief Mmm' ANN Lu-ion, Associate Editor RUSSELL HUN'FEll, Managing Editor Gimci: Fam-:M.xN, News Editor KIRK HATSIikN, Sports Editor Bizrriz IIOUSTON, Feature Editor Reporters: Patricia Recd, Jane Hoyt, Jane Hickey, Maureen Coulter, Mac -Tubin, Sam Spitz, Iilorotlny Ross. Sports Assistants: Sherman Galin, Paul Ludwig, Ray Kndla, Dave Katz. Correspondents: Marijane Johnson, Jean Moffett, Alma Sheehan, Betty Lon Geenty, liliraheth tirvvlil-an, Theresa Gallagher, Catherine Xllarclle, Ethel Chaoky, Cornelia NVall, Patrii-ia CUllllllS, .lane Mvlnnis, Ann Navickis, Anita Lagerstom. Rewrite Staff: Jean Galligan, James Fogarty, Jane Spaulding. MARJORIE TURNER, Business Manager JOYCE Rum-Ls. Assistant Advertising gllanager BETT11-3 UNDEIIWVOOD, Assistant Business Manager JOAN BIATASIK, Circulation Manager JEAN PARSONS, Office Manager JANET BIATZ. Assistant Circulation .llanagvr URSULA DOWLING, Advertising Manager Business Assistants: Rath Neiditch, Ruth Cunningham, Betty XVrig:ht, Rita Peck, 1-Iris P1-rteriield, Gloria Joy Miller, Jane Sohmittgall, Patricia Merriman, Marion Dyser, Lorraine Ullrick. Helen Brady, Phyllis Ahlberg, Lillian K01-Ulyghuny Jugk Sigrnp, Betty Huber, Jenn Mitchell, Esther Tapper, .lean Bonteiller, I l J nette Allard, Bwen Pettiuean, lirlith Auclisio, Bernice Barbara Dahlberg, R-nth Gross, Dorothy I ix-sc 1, ea Gandee, Pat Ellsworth. tudent enate HAPPY SPRING, President ALYCE FENN, Secretary M E M B E R S Senior: Happy Spring, Alyce Fenn, Dorothy Kane, Dorraine Bradley, Betty Leask, Frank Zimmerman. Junior: Mary Jane McGroary, Molly Molloy, Constance Simmers, Miriam Themper, Milton Sorokin, Nicholas Randazzo. Sophomore: Andrew Love, Faith Shupack, Cornelia Robinson. Ex-oiiicioz Kirk Hatsian, Patricia Grant, Grace Webster, Donald Duhamel. The reorganized Student Senate this year has been very active in trying to relieve the war-time strain on the campus, by providing entertainment of vari- ous forms and trying to alleviate the meal ticket and housing situations, Some of the high lights of this year7s activities were: Dads' Day, Amateur Night, a movie for the Sixth War Loan Drive, the Freshman Frolic, the paper salvage, and the football rallies. In addition the Senate handles club charters and finan- cial matters of the various organizations. This year, the council, which is made up of two representatives from each sorority, drew up an en- tirely new plan for rushing in ac- cordance with National Panhel- lenie rules. The group also dis- cusses fraternity prohlems preva- lent on campus. MEMBERS Dorothy Vogt, Dorothy Kane, Viviane Row- zec, Jeanne Auray, Agnes Waldron, Geraldine Ealahan, Betty O'Brien, Betty Leaske, Grace Freedman, Lucille Lubow, Elayne Rose, Eve- lyn Sheftel, Helen Friel, Grace WVebster, Con- stance Smith, Henrietta Spring. The Mediator, composed of two representatives from each frater- nity, regulates fraternity activities on campus. With tl1e increase in freshmen this year, their job has been larger than in past years. The annual Greek Letter Dance is sponsored by the Mediator. FRANK ZIMMERMAN, President THOMAS JACKSON, Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS lieonard Pitts, Donald Dllllnmel, Frank Elijah Rogers, Albert Moquct, Gene Martin, Ed Bal- dyugn, NVilliam H. Edgerton. Paul Mayer, .Tay Cohen, Phil Silver, Edward Miller, Sam Spitz, David Berdnn, Milton Clarkson, Lenny Rin- naldi, Greg Battick, Nathan Hale, Bob Bitzer. The W. S. G. A. is a govern- mental house Inade up of repre- sentatives of the women students. lts function is to make and enforce rules for the women Oll the C3ll1pllS. PATRICIA GRANT, President CONSTANCE SIMMERS, Vice-President SHIRLEY KRICK, Secretary HAPPY SPRING, Treasurer MEMBERS Alyce Fenn, Dorothy Kane, Margaret Mur- dock, Agnes Molloy, Dorraine Bradley, Mary Jane McGroary, Miriam Themper, Faith Schu- Dflftk, Cornelia Robinson, Betty Leask, Agnes lllaldron, Phyllis Black. Happy May, Cath- 01'lDe Fellows. Pan-Hellenic Council 'Wars L ' Q Mediator Womens Student Governmellt Associatioll Whois Who in American Universities and Colleges Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, is a cata- logue of the names of the most outstanding seniors from nearly every college in the country. Through this manual, the names of the students recommended by the Student Senate and the stall of the Division of Student Personnel are brought before the business world. MEMBERS . Barbara Burden, Keith Christiansen, Gladys Claps, Ruth Cole, Jeanne Duncan, Alyce Fenn, Patricia Grant, Kirk Hatsian, Dorothy Kane, Jewell Lieberman, Henrietta Spring, Frank Zimmerman, Jr. Laurel This is an honorary group of women who are tapped in their junior year for their outstanding leadership, personality, and schol- arship. The Laurels endeavor to encourage student-faculty relation- ships, and to help solve campus problems. ln the future the Lau- rels will become affiliated with the National Mortor Board. M li M B E RS Alycc Fenn, Jr-well Liberman, Patricia Pear- son. Gladys Claps, Henrietta Spring, Lois YerVeer Pratt. fl, ilu? eff inf it if ,l yew Mr! ie' ,D gi Il: of 'l sire J lui TUBE tunes of ill doing lappiy and l lie i lien i 'hi ta ill ll lla! 1 uf, it lm iilijgy lil m for il, ia. it ,I Pm, Founded by President Beach in 1919, this fraternity has as its pur- pose the recognition and promo- tion of high scholastic standing, participation in university activi- ties 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. M E M B E R S Ruth Azif, Barbara Burden, Ruth Cole, Gladys Olnps, Muriel Eddy, William Edgerton, Jean Flynn, Jewell Libermnn, Patricia Pearson, Viviun R. Archer, Marjorie Tuller. lllllllll Under normal, peacetime cir- cumstances six senior Druids are announced each year, but because of the war, instead of the Druids doing their customary half-dozen tapping, Uncle Sam came along and tapped some of the Druids. The Druids have kept up their high standards and the organiza- tion will always remain a part of the campus. They are a unique and powerful group-unique in that they are the only secret or- ganization on campus, powerful in that their influence is felt in every major student activity. Chosen by the members of the previous year for their ability, leadership, and deep interest in their fellow stu- dents, and the university, the Dru- ids are unknown until the Junior Prom of their senior year. Druid: Kim: HATSIAN Gamma Uhi Ep ilon "1'7?.f','W"7"f'f7Y" flff f-A-W ,. . ff'1f:f 'M fsiiw d d '? . fi 1 V, J 'ltaivi if 5 'Q fi The University Symphon Urohestra The University Orchestra is composed of students who have special instrumental ability. Under the direction of Rubin Segal of the Hartt School of 7 Music, the group presents at fi least two concerts during the school year. Through the efforts of Jean Gentry, president, and Yolanda Leiss. concert mistress, the organization has become larger than ever before in its history. It has a total of forty members. aroler The Carolers, under the leadership of Mr. Robert Yingling, are a group of selected singers chosen for their ability to do a, cappella ensemble Works. They sing every Christmas and at various times throughout the year. They hope to foster a greater appreciation for music at the University. MEMBERS Alice McMeekin, Mary Smith, Nancy Dean, Molly Legier, gfflcy FPX. Helen-Friel, Janet Beach, Milton Sorokin, Louis lxon, Edward Miller, Edward Davis, Peter Parker. f v r 1 Hou: , e The University Choir, under the i Q Q I U L inspirational leadership of Profes. sor Robert W. Yingling, sings for all church services and furnishes a means of stimulation and self-ex- pression for the members. This Gee as year it was the largest in its his- ' i 5 X-g 5 ii I 3' 6 tory, having more than 100 mem- ' W N bers. So it was divided into two parts-the mixed choir and a mo- i tet choir, consisting only of girls. Both choirs sing every Sunday and this arrangement enables more stu- L' dents to participate than would otherwise be possible., f 1 5 GORDON KING, President MOLLY Lucien, Secretary Doao'rHY GLADWIN, Librarian 'Ji-:AN GENTRY, Librarian The Clce Club started thc vear with Ha cappella" singing under the direction of Mr. Yingling. The club presented its annual concert in conjunction with the llniva-rsitv Orchestra. This is thc first intro- duction of the all-girls club to the University. RUTH Col.:-1. I'resifIvn1 JAAL1 Timm. bccremry NANCY Jniiis, Librarian B Us in ess illnnngers K.xTuLi1l-:N Cooianm-L CATIII-ZHINE Mast FIRST SOPRANOS Alvaretta Booker, Jean Boreteiller, Ettie Bradley, Mildred Bulpit, Kathleen Coolidge, Billy Foplan, Muriel Dahlgard, Mildred Davis, Audrey Dayton, Agnes Haddad, Virginia Hunter, Mary Kelly, Shirley- I-Ci-nnt-y Marjorie Logee, Helen Main, Cecily Manu, Sylvia Maruskanskas, June Mildnew, I-ine Nat-knwlki li .. . , 1-tty Newman, Nancy Payne, Gwen Petitjean, Jean Randall, Betty Stone, Anne Strunk. ' .SECOND SOPRANOS Delores Anderson, Helen Baltrush, Priscilla Downing, Jean Fischer, Janice Hnrtnn, Kitty Km-nan, Jan:-t Pastorius, Lillian Rising, Janice Ryan, Jane St-lunittgall, Dnrnthy Sharp, Janet Tracy, Gloria Vt-lasm, Betty lVright, Molly Legier, Phyllis Morrill. FIRST A LTOS Jeanette Allard, Grace Bishop, Charlotte Brown, Virginia Butler, Gertrude ll.-la-o, Anne dr- Iimigc, Norma Fontaine, Catherine Mnsi, Helen Popovich, Eleanor Rowe, Virginia Stevenson, Esther Tappert, Nant-y James, Nancy Fox. SECOND ALTOS Jeanne Auray, Betty Best, Jennie Bolash, Jean Cotton, l-Ithel li'hausky, Rnthe Fnnninxham, Mildred Cutler, Ruth Downing, Di Duyser, Nance Evans, Marion Geiguer, Diana Hands-lsiuan, Alice Iluruur, Judith Humph- rey, B. Lechowitz, Ina Rude, Lita Shube, Dorothy Tucker. wmwif Ullllllll ITl GLE aims 5 Intramural lluuuuil The laws which govern all intramural sports contests, the supervision and formation of the various leagues, the decisions of the winners of honors, cups and certificates and the honors awarded to both fraternity and non-fraternity groups are all in the hands of the Intramural Council. KIRK HATSTAN, Chairman Sam Spitz, Russel Hunter, Donald Duhammel, J. Markiewicz, Robert Scott, Elihu Fishman, Bob Bitzer, Tony Iannone, Edward Miller. KI CLR The Ski Club, brand new, very informal and limited in member- ship, is designed specifically for the improvement of ski technique through actual practice, the main event of the year was a trip north during the spring vacation. Advisor MR. PAUL TAYLOR MEMBERS Ursula Dowling, Nancy Giesen, V. Holm-Ham sen, Gordon King, Jean Manchester, Mary Mills, Donald Parker, Jean Rocks, Louise Schlotterbeck, Edwin Stratton, Ruth Vlfilson, Frank Zimmerman, Jr. Youth Hu tel Club This club, newly organized on campus last fall, is affiliated with the American Youth Hos- tels, Inc. Whose purpose is to help all to a greater knowledge, understanding, and love of the great out-of-doors. WESLEY FROST, President RUTH FYIQER, Vice-President MAE' CLAIRE JUBIN, Secretary MARGARET BLACK, Treasurer MARGARET BRUNDAGE, Publicity Cluzirman Swimming lub The aim of the club is to develop form and speed through competi- tion within the club. TelegraphiC meets are held with other colleges and letters are awarded to those members of the club who fulfill the requirements. M E M B E R S Jean Rocks, Marjorie Turner, Ruth Lamps' Carol Vath, Flo Jenusaitus, Phyllis Black, Janet Beach, Elinor Yergason, Peg Brllndilgev Ruth Billard, Barbara Magill, Gladys GMFRS' May Kingsley, Virginia oisen, Rita Peck. L11' lian Rising, Frances Sheehan, Connie Horton, Marjory King, Betty Stanton, Mary Jane MC' Grroary, IIonIoII'u Itlllctif fIsIociation '-5.,, 4 , L ls 'ly 'fx fu. hr 'I'I1o counvil sponsors zIII inlrunlurul sports for wonn-n slndonlsz lll'i'IlL'l'y. ping- 'Ur 'Yr IIl.l'l I I.rgxsM,, l'rI-IIIII-III .K x x I:Il.lbI.IINI.I LX rg 'l'rI-III IILI. 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T . . A - 1 A H U I , .XIIII V-'III-II-III I'IIj.IIIs l'IIpI,IrI. I'.I- Thc NNIOIIICII s YLIYSIIY Club 15 only open to lllosc girls IsIIo Iunv II on uso or In F AIMWN' ,,,,r,,.,l:, ,.,,i,m,Iv NA, 8 . V, ' . IIII- IC.I-IIn14 II-""-' I-I-'I1IrIIj.', .Inn more lnujor uwa11'1Is lll varsxtx' sports. IIns Yuan' lln' gxrls soIII Ixol Ilogs :It cvvry' IQ.,-I-IIC homo ganna. lcnt their ussistuncv to tlu- snvcvss ol' ilu- Football Hop LIIIII usIII-rI-II ut the ba1skctImIl gannvs. For il rcwan'II. IIII' girls trout lI10lllSl'IYl'S lo ll IIIIIIIIIII-L WUIIEIII, VIIII ITY ULIB L.:-.1-ras..-r.- MEMBERS Phyllis Ahlberg, Shiro Aisawa, Jeanette Allard, Dolores Anderson, Dorothy Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson, Jane Atwood, Barbara Baxter, Arlene Berchtold, Fred Black, Peggy Black, Barbara Borden, Carol Boyce, Eleanor Brown, Margaret Brown, Valerie Browning, Kaye Bullock, Margaret Cable, Josephine Capello, Virginia Carpenter, Jessie Coer, Rheta DeLeva, Gena Delvecchio, Niana Donaldson, Fern DuPlessis, Marilyn Felske, Tok Furuta, Arnold Geyall, Betty Grechko, Margaret Greenwood, Ruth Gross, Ruth Gwillim, Leonara Gwyer, Agnes Haddad, Muriel Hammonds, Nancy Hansen, Joan Hawley, Dorothy Hirsch, Kei Hori, Betty Huber, Judith Humphrey, Ellen Kozeff, Barbara Jamson, Dave Jane, Lydia Lovell, Claire May, Shirley McCall, Muriel McKay, Mary Ann Metzler, Lydia Mikulieh, Gloria Joy Miller, Mary Mills, Barbara Monckton, Barbara Morhardt, Jim Nakano, Ken Nakaoka, Jean O'Brien, Barbara Perkins, Gwen Petitjean, Richard Pinkevich, Dana Roehn, Ginny Roger, Betty Rowley, Marjorie Rowley, Louise Quarto, Dorothy Schwedler, Geraldine Selden, Ralph Slate, Bert Slattery, Jane Spalding, Nan Stevens, Eleanor Storrs, Miriam Strong, John Swenston, Dick. Thompson, Betty Torell, Amos. Turpin, Ann Vinci, Bertha NVelte, Jean Wengolin, Ann Wheton, Eli Wolinsky. MEMBERS Joanne Bauer, Maxine Bennett, Viola Beres, Betty Brady, Beverley Burgess, Ruth Callaghan, Luciue Cieri, Grace Rose Cotten, Maureen Coulter, Audrey Dayton, Betty Decker, Gloria Ebb, Janet Freitag Vera Gabor, Therese Gallagher, Jean Gentry, Joyce Goldner, Joan Grindrod, Jeanne Hanrahan, Cynthia, Hough, Sophie Kashchery, Ruth Ann Kenny, Vicky Komanetsky, Anna Kozeff, Ellen Kozeff Leona Krueshak, Adella Leonard, Connie Lowell, Marion Marquardt, Cornelia McSherry, Barbara Payne Janet Pastorius, Elaine Raymond, Rosalie Reardon, Elaine Reihl, Cornelia Robinson, Phyllis Rooney Eleanor Rowe, Rita Sangree, Dorothy Schwedler, Shirley Siegel, Betty Stanton, Helen Stearns, 1-161911 Taylor Cecelia Wlasniewski. Barbara Xvooding, Martha Baldwin, Joan Von Kreuter, Florence Lia,-ewgki Barbara: Stone. ' ' lluting Club T Opening new interests in the sur. rounding rolling hills, the Outing Club has huilt University spirit and health as well as good will throughout the community. BETTY TORELL, President JIM NAKANO, Vice-President BETTY ROWLEY, Secretary DOROTHY ANDERSON, Treasurer Executive Committee DOROTHY ANDERSON, KEI Hom, JIM NA. KANO, KEN NAKAoKA, DOROTHY PER. KINS, RICHARD PINKEVICH, BETTY Row. LEY, BETTY TORELI., JEAN WENGOLIN, ANN VINCI. DR. CHENEY, Advisor DR. RANKIN, Counselor Archery llluh The University Archers have Won nation-wide recognition in the past few years. Last year they en- tered five national tournaments and Won all five. In the last two tournaments, Dorothey Stone, for- mer University Champion and now in the Waves, established new na- tional records. NANCY JAMES, President A JESSIE COER, Vice-President HELEN BAZARIAN, Secretary BETTY MCELROY, Treasurer MARY SWEENEY, 'Membership Chairman MINERVA BRISTOL, Publicity Chairman BARBARA WOODING, Manager Pencralt The aim of this organization is to stimulate creative writing. They hold an annual mcnlhcrship con- test and honorary membership is given to talented students whose writing is approvcrl hy the edito- rial hoarrl. The biggest event of thc year is the puhlication of Pen- rrraft Magazine. BAIIBAIIA Bunmzw, Praxidenz MAllY Lou Krzmnz, lirlimr Ji-:AN Cr:N1'nY, Secretary DOIIIKAINI-I BnAnl.i:Y, lfasirmxx Manager l'IlJI'I'UltlAl, HOARD llnrvlry Plinhintlaer, lieth: llnuatnn, Flormn-as Hackman, Lucille Kallrey, Jewell Lielmrnmn, Warner Maxon, ldmily Mandel, Clmrh-el Plum- nix, Itiln Strnknn.. BUSINESS S'I'AlFl" Patricia Monlcith, lrcnn Slough, Ctmatuncre Smith. llillel Foumlation The purpose of this organization is to fostcr a program of religious, social, and cultural activities among the Jewish students on the campus, and in cooperation with other University religious organ- izations, to promote fellowship and llllllCl'Sl.ZlIlfllllg among the mem- hcrs of all faiths. SAMUEL Smrz, President MAE RIVKIN, Vice-President in Charge of social affairs e N, El,mNoa Sinclar.. Vice-President of Cultural Affairs ROSLYNI-I Elsr:Nm-zac. Vice-President of Religious Affairs Rurn Zoids, Corresponding Secretary Mnnmu Tmzmcrzn, Secretary COUNCIL MEMBERS David llordon, Leonard Bloom, Burt Diamond, Marvin 1'ill0llIlllll, Harvey Einbintlcr, S:-'delle ln-Vino, lfldward Miller, Jewell Lieberman, 'ivill'lNl0l'U Halperin. MATH CLUB The Math Club was formed to further the interest of mathematics on the campus. Its activities include either student for outside guest speakers on related snhjccts ol' interest to the menlhers. LEONARD Rxxxtni. President Virus .-Xncnxsa. Secretary-Treasurer M FI M B E R S Arlene Ascher, l-Iii Baldyga, Marjorie Dan- ielson, Harvey liinbinder, Joyce Fontzxinc, Eleanor La Rivers, Maxime Spector, Alice Stevens, Marjorie Tnller. ,- mf 2 Bleek and Bridle Club eeiety for the ildvaiieement ei Management Home lleenemies Club , This organization is for the pur. pose of promoting and developing an active interest in the field of agriculture and animal husbandry, Included in its program is the pro. duction of the livestock show, the Little Eastern States Exposition in the fall. As a member of the Con- necticut Horse Show Association it also sponsors the annual spring Horse Show, and publishes at this time the agricultural magazine, the Block and Bridle Review. NATHAN HALE, President RUSSELL HUNTER, Vice-President NATALIE CASE, Secretary ADELLE LEONARD, Treasurer RUSSELL DART, Marshal MEMBERS Robert Blackman, Dorraine Bradley, Natalie Case, Jessie Coer, Russell Dart, Barbara Eck- er, Patricia Grant, Nathan Hale, Russell Hunt- er, Adelle Leonard, Patricia Pearson, Leonard Pitts, Ina Place, Richard Vargoshe. The Connecticut chapter Of the Society for the Advancement of Management, the only student chapter in the state was organized for the purpose of promoting sci- entific study and discussion Of the principle organized efforts in in- dustrial and economic fields. WILLIAM ANDERSON, President JOSEPI-IINE DENAPLES, Vice-President JOYCE RUDES, Secretary-Treasurer SI-IIRLEY KRICK, Social Chairman The Home Economics Club is open to all students in home eco- nomics. The program is planned to acquaint the students with the various fields open to women with home economics background. Some of our girls attend state and na- tional conventions of the Amer- ican Home economics Association. EUGENIA SCI-IWANDA, President AGNES ANTHONY, Vice-President CAROL McCOR1vIIcI-I, Secretary-Treasurer LOUISE SCI-ILOTTERBECK, Program Chairman JESSE COER, Publicity Chairman MILLICENT CARLSON, Membership Chairman 'X 'l Z3 :S ,kilt Il I , - ill ri 1121, 'A st 1.3 J QA. kr , 'iii- ag., "lil, NT WS. . . 'fin .I ii-' -if l-3, I-.M ,mn ble- ., ,R w.:-.I i -s, 1 -Ir. ag- 5 r., I . -.,3, ,, Q. er nf the EZEZI nf EA ill' ti of if 1 ...I -.l I. urizj ,-. ii? g. , . 1 ,rif'i ,,.f . I . if li 1 if' , . 1 luji ri gli' M. wr" V. L gg,-L' The club has for its purpose the discussion and understand- ing of International Relations. Topics of current interest are discussed at length in the meet- ings. During the national po- litical campaign last fall, Brian McMahan, Democratic nominee for state senator from Connecti- cut, addressed the group. ROBERT ANDERSON President EDWARD MILLEII, Vice-President ELIZABETH HYDE, Secretary ANN HALPI-:NNY Treasurer Problems of work and recrea- tion of rural youth command most of the attention of the 4- Hers. Each year they send del- egates to state and nation-wide youth council conventions and entertain representatives of Con- necticut high schools at the an- nual 4-H week-end. LUELLA PRATT, President MAY IQINGSLEY, Vice-President ALICE STEVENS, Secretary MARY MILLS, Treasurer DOROTHY Rlx, Program Chairman Advisor MR. A. J. BRUNDAGE MEMBERS Esther Brown, Dorothy Chapman, Con- stance Coulupoul, Beulah C. Downs, Made- lein Frank, Ruth Galiuat, Nancy Hansen, Mae Claire Jubin, May Kingsley, Ann Ko- zeff, Ellen Kozeff, Burton Levy, Marjorie Logee, Marion Marquardt, Mary Mills, Grace Neilsen, Barbara Paine, Luella Pratt, Dorothy Rix, Betty Rowley, Robert Root, Ann Sopensky, John Savage, Eleanor Schnappner, Muriel Singer, John Snutnick, Maxine Spector, Jules Starolitz, Alice Stevens, Jean Trepal, Joan 'Von Kreuter, Rita Strakna. The Round Table, formed hy a group of men who wished to alleviate the depressing lack of interest on campus in events and facts of the world, has recon- vened after a year's inactivity. Entirely independent and with- out aid from outside groups, it is well on its way to becoming one of the most widely recog- nized and respected groups on campus. CADET HAND, Executive Chairman Executive Committee SAMUEL SPITZ, ADRIAN RODAINSKY Advisor DR. HoMERo ARJONA M E M B E R S lVilliam Anderson, Donald Duhamel. Har- vey Einbinder, Sherman Galin, David Ber- don, Thomas Jackson, Harry Grohs, Frank Zimmerman, Gordon King, Marvin Edle- man, Harvey Schulman. International Relation Ulnh 4-H Club Round Table ewman Club Dm, ,- .. . j , Inter-Faith Conn il niver ity Chri tiau Association The Newman Club is a Cath. olic club organized in order to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its mem. bers through a balanced pro- gram of religious, intellectual, and social activities, to Weld the Catholic student into a com- mon union, and assist the col- lege and its students whenever possible. There are 300 active members of the club at the Uni- versity. AGNES MoLLoY, President EUGENE MARTIN, RUTH ANN KENNY, Vice-Presidents JEAN AURAY, Secretary ELIZABETH BRADY, Treasurer JOSEPHINE DENAPLES, Socrkzl Chairman Faculty Advisor Mn. JOSEPH BROWN Spiritual Advisor REV. J. J. 0,BRIIEN The council, composed of rep- resentatives of the three reli- gious organizations on campus, meets to discuss the needs of each faith and promotes inter- faith cooperation. MARTHA BALDWIN, President ROSLYNE EISENEERG, Secretary ELEANOII LA RIVERE, Treasurer MEMBERS Newman Club-Advisor: Rev. J. J. O'Brien. Agnes Molloy, Eleanor LaRivere, Jeanne Auray, Geral Sapienza, Donald Duhamel. Hillel Society-Advisor: Rabbi Maurice Zigmund. Samuel Spitz, Burton Diamond, Irma Janoff, Marvin Edelman, Roslyne Eisenberg. UGA-Advisor: Rev. J. Garland Waggen- er. Eugenia Schwanda, Eleanor Davis. Martha Baldwin, Doris Beaumont, Dor- othy Ross. The University Christian As- sociation is a fellowship of Christian students which meets each Sunday evening to foster spiritual, intellectual, and social development. EUGENIA SCHWANDA, President ANN WHEIJON, Vice-President MURIEL EDDY, Secretary WILLIAM HAYAKAYVA, Treasurer COUNCIL Agnes Anthon, Millicent Carlson, Con- stance Dimock, 'Wesley Frost, Jean Gen- try, Ann Huntington, Susan Lewis, Erls Porterfield, Cornelia Robinson, Betty True, Amos Turpin. ADVISORS Rev. and Mrs. J. Garland VVaggoner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pfeutze, Miss Emily Mor- rison, Mr. R. C. Baldwin, Mr. H. M. Scott. Mr. Nelson Marshall. Engineer Uluh The purpose of this club is exemplified in showing movies of interest to en- gineers, its trips to industrial plants, and through the booking of lectures on engineering subjects. The national aiiiliations carry interest and publicity for the University. ASCE: SI-IIRO AISAWA, Chairman ASME: FRANK ZIMMERMAN, JR., Chairman GREGORY BATTICK, Vice-Chairman VITTI BIRETTA, Secretary-Treasurer A.I.E.E.: RICHARD SPENCER, Chairman EDWAED FOERSCH, Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Janice Murphy, Helene Flamm, Marian Gramberger, Helen Baltrush, Sydney Targan, Raymond Schulley, Earl Iffland, Richard Walling, Clarence Koslasky, Donald Flynn, Donald McCall, Donald Chase, Carnio Primus, Jack Seirup, Paul Magyner, Dick Spencer, Ed Forsch, Daniel Harris, Alan Campbell, Robert Wells, Robert Strickland, Stephen Kaufman, Howard Hevern, Joseph Marek, Joseph Barrasso, Ed Ray- mond, Alex Illyn, Anthony Iannone, James Stamos, Richard Thompson, Charles Willard, Sam Altschuler, Shiro Aisawa, Donald Davidson, Erwin Rosenberg, Anthony Florio, Charles Jaworski, George Georgis, Richard Handy, Veb Holm-Hansen, E. Bilfelt, Frank Zimmerman, Jr., Calvin Bronerwine, Greg Battick, Quong Wu. ALPHA TA PHI Alpha Tau Phi is the honorary engineering fraternity at the Uni- versity. Its activities have been restricted because of the war situa- tion. It sponsors the Engineers' Monthly, and awards prizes and honors to exceptional engineering students. MEMBERS l Calvin B. Bronerwine Vitti Biretta l Frederic Davis 1 ! E F 4 F s E N A HITE UAP This group is supported by the School of Nursing with the pur- pose of making each member ac- quainted with the other, before going to the hospitals, where then it will be possible for them to func- tion as a group as well as individ- ually. These future nurses put out a monthly newspaper, Yukon Cap, and a freshman handbook. SELMA MAG, President Rl-IODA GRODIN, Vice-President Pl-IYLLIS SEGALL, Secretary MURIEL GURIAN, Treasurer ELAINE RAYMOND, Publicity Chairman This group consists of student affiliates of the American Chemical Societyg its purpose is to increase the interest in the field of chemistry. CATHERINE FELLOWS, President HARRY Gnons, Vice-President THEODORA WHITAKER, Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS lVillium Howard Edgerton, Hurry Grohs, Catherine Fellows, Theodora XVhittaker, Elizabeth Brady, Frances Sheehan, Elizabeth Torrcll, John Swenston, Ruth Zoyn. Shirley Kzlhun, Herbert Levi, Jeanne Aumy. American Chemical Soviet Q 'I ,? . 4 ,E I I I L 1 ,x I ' 1 1 F I I x 4? 'ni 1 Of' fo -Q as 1881 +L 0 N 79-'?'!?",3Q wr D1 T K 'Q I-I H O fax, ,Z 'fi "' 4 4 .ln , 0 I' Av 1 733 A 6 L9 'Y I ACTIVES Kappa Alpha 'lhata President MARY SMITH Vice-President I JEAN SI-IEA Secretary Lt y ARLENE HALE M Trearurer FLORENCE JENUSAITIS Interesting! Independent! Individuals! Anything can happen here and usually does. . . Tried rushing this year with excellent results. . . Table trucking at the Grill followed by midnight bull sessions. . . Their sleep talking is always being interrupted by serenades from the fraternities. . , Fun loving sophisticates who casually collect P.'s .... Still oblivious to the male shortage. . . Always find time for those nightly letters and fur- loughed service men .... Always a song on their lips as well as in their hearts. . . Scored another first with their 'cTheta Heartthrobn. . . Use candlelight as a background for their glamour. . . Firm belief in their fraternity and in each other. Ann Ackerman, Dorothy Barry, Doris Beaumont, Dorothy Carroll, Phyllis Black, Lois Black, Jean Blease, Josephine DeNaples, Glenn Dodd, Irene Dunbar, Edith Ford, Pa- tricia Fuss, Virginia Garvey, Janet Green, Jane Griswald, Arlene Hale, Phyllis Har- greaves, Barbara Harrison, Marjorie Herrman, Constance Horton, Jane Irwin, Flor- ence Jenusaitis, Eleanor Jones, Dorothea Jorgensen, Dorothy Kane, Joan Kelly, Marjorie King, Shirley Krick, Lois Kurtze, Ruth Lampe, Patricia MacKown, Mar- garet MacMillan, Jean Manchester, Marie Maurer, Mary Jane McGroary, Alice McMeekin, Agnes Molloy, Margaret Murdoch, Anne Pickett, Jean Rocks, Jean Car- tershea, Mary Smith, Marjorie Turner, Dorothy Voat, Elinor Yergason. PLEDGEES Mary Andrews, Elizabeth Barhoff, Janet Beach, Barbara Brewer, Pamela DeRoss, Jeanne Decher, Elsie Eaton, Caryl Gorman, June Griswold, Helen Gueble, Janet Hale, Lois Hilcling, Barbara Johnson, Elizabeth King, Janice Krick, Audrey McNamara, Constance McSherry, Martha Maddox, Jane Marshall, Ruth Nevins, Claire Pickett, Jean Ruffer, Marianne Spellman, Justine Vanasse, Ursula Dowling. ,ffl 4 A - off 'ii- , Y. , V 1212? 'pix ,lv -if ui' ,gxx gyf helix'-QP FAQ' as L 1 .Q . V , x -Q A. N W Alpha Delta Pi No longer the baby chapter of A D Pi. . . Frequent visits from Rho. . . Professional interior decorators. . . Phi Mu Deltas can't believe their eyes. . . Love Mom Young, their new housernother. . . 7:30-everyone on study table. . . Did I get any mail? . . Billets doux from China and U.S.S. Belleau Woods. . . Cablegrams from England and flowers from Italy. . . A resounding cheer for the U-Conn husky is always audible. . . Men's shirts and bare feet. . . What's new in Terry and the Pirates? . . Could use a few fireplaces in the penthouse.-for more than cheer. . . Hot chocolate and chit chat after the games. Celebrated first anniversary in the house. MEMBERS ' Betty Barstow, Viola Beres, Myra Binks, Lois Breyer, Catherine Bullock, Margaret Cable, Rachel Dawson, Fern DuPlessis, Dorothy Durkin, Geraldine Ealahan, Mar- garet Greenwood, Joan Hawley, Kathleen Holmes, Ruth Ann Kenney, Muriel Mc- Kay, Mary Ann Metzler, Claire May, Barbara Morhardt, Marguerite Richards, Mar- lese Schneider, Muriel Smith, Geraldine Selden, Roberta Slattery, Charlotte Thomas, Agnes Waldron, Bertha Welte. PLEDGEES . Evelyn Bamberg, Doris Bonney, Irene Bouzoucos, Barbara Bradshaw, June Briggs, Shirley Carvalho, Patricia Comins, Barbara Dahlberg, Barbara Daugherty, Francis Fioachi, jane Fox, Ruth Gwillim, Carolyn Hayes, joan Kramer, june Macina, Ro- berta Metzler, Barbara Monckton, Barbara Nestler, Virginia Olsson, Lucille Pelosi, jean Petersen, Janice Ryan, Rhoda Schott, Ellen jean Smith, Jane Spalding, Bar- bara Stockmar, Marilyn Thompson, Dorothy Thurber, Catherine Wardle. 'X ff .fl- i C , We " . slar i 1 xi A . f fxlixl: ,--.---. p , A. MEMBERS Martha Baldwin, Marion Barrows, Dorraine Bradley, Mary Edith Chevalier, Phyllis Coplan, Ruthe Cunningham, Edna Dudley, Marion Duyser, Nancy Fox, Nancy Geisen, Eleanor Graham, Jane Hickey, jane Hoyt, Marijane johnson, Patricia Merriman, Pauline Miller, Laurel Monteith, Alice Mott, Emily Anne O'Connor, Phyllis Odiseos, Marilyn Olsen, jean Parsons, Barbara Perkins, Marilyn Phngsten, Eris Porterlield, Barbara Randall, Irene Slough, Louise Schlotterbeck, Constance Smith, Henrietta Spring, Claudia Stannard, Priscilla Storrs, Anne Tracey, Mary Lou Troy, Ruth Warner, Nancy Webb, Elaine Webster, Betty Jane Whitham. PLEDGEES Ruth Baker, Virginia Borrup, Natalie Browning, Claire DeMontigny, Mildred Davis, Bettie-Marie Green, Colleen Gronback, Jane Hahn, Mary Hamburger, Claire Hood, Cynthie Hough, Constance Kehler, Constance Lowell, Helen Magnuson, Janet Martinson, Barbara Nelson, Rosemary Parsons, Henriette Rakowski, Gertrude Stigberg, Priscilla Tappin. They're pretty to walk with, pretty to talk with, and pretty, too, to look upon. . . Sweet and lovely and ever true. . . Brains and beauty combina- tions. . . Long distance calls and dates all over the country. . . They,ve found their cchaven in Kappalanclf' . . Itls so nice to be loved. . . Viva- cious to their fingertips. . . Everything is fun, especially parties and sing- ing, but studies aren't neglected. . . B.W.0.C.'s. . . Typical co-eds. . . Each a sweetheart. . . A true and blue heart beats under each Kappa Key. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha llelta Pi No longer the baby chapter of A D Pi. . . Frequent visits from Rho. . . Professional interior decorators. . . Phi Mu Deltas can,t believe their eyes. . . Love M om Young, their new housemother. . . 7:30-everyone on study table. . . Did I get any mail? . . Billets doux from China and U.S.S. Belleau Woods. . . Cablegrams from England and flowers from Italy. . . A resounding cheer for the U-Conn hushy is always audible. . . Men,s shirts and bare feet. . . What's new in Terry and the Pirates? . . Could use a few fireplaces in the penthouse.-for more than cheer. . . Hot chocolate and chit chat after the games. Celebrated first anniversary in the house. MEMBERS ' Betty Barstow, Viola Beres, Myra Binks, Lois Breyer, Catherine Bullock, Margaret Cable, Rachel Dawson, Fern DuPlessis, Dorothy Durkin, Geraldine Ealahan, Mar- garet Greenwood, joan Hawley, Kathleen Holmes, Ruth Ann Kenney, Muriel Mc- Kay, Mary Ann Metzler, Claire May, Barbara Morhardt, Marguerite Richards, Mar- lese Schneider, Muriel Smith, Geraldine Selden, Roberta Slattery, Charlotte Thomas, Agnes Vifaldron, Bertha Welte. PLEDGEES .- Evelyn Bamberg, Doris Bonney, Irene Bouzoucos, Barbara Bradshaw, June Briggs, Shirley Carvalho, Patricia Comins, Barbara Dahlberg, Barbara Daugherty, Francis Fioachi, jane Fox, Ruth Gwillim, Carolyn Hayes, Joan Kramer, June Macina, Ro- berta Metzler, Barbara Monckton, Barbara Nestler, Virginia Olsson, Lucille Pelosi, jean Petersen, Janice Ryan, Rhoda Schott, Ellen Jean Smith, jane Spalding, Bar- bara Stockmar, Marilyn Thompson, Dorothy Thurber, Catherine Wardle. MEMBERS Amy Alderman, Bluma Altman, Ruth Azif, Elaine Chausky, Natalie Davidson, Reva Dubowy, Rose Fleisher, Rita Forcht, Grace Freedman, Sylvia Hurwitz, Muriel jainchill, Phyllys Kelmanson, Sylvia Lahn, Evelyn Lassman, Rosalie Lassman, Sydell Levine, Anita Lewis, Lucille Lubow, Zelda Nathanson, Rowena Polinsky, Norman Raffel, Elinor Rosen- stein, Rosalind Schub, Ada Simmonson, Leah Taylor, Miriam Themper, Lillian Zimmerman. P L E D G E E S Dolores Benson, Janice Black, Edith Braunstein, Adrienne Citron, Natalie Cohen, Zelda Fierman, Marilyn Finegold, Arlene Freedman, joan Furman, Lois Godfried, Audrey Gold- berger, Marilyn Greenberg, Doris Grody, Iris Haida, Juliet Hirsh, Mildred Karet, Miriam Korkin, Harriet Kreiger, Enid Neuwirth, Barbara Newman, Muriel Prince, Gertrude Rabinowitz, Lois Salvin, Marilyn Schoenbach, Faith Schupack, joan Steinberg, Eleanor Weiss, Shirley Zwillinger. . -ll - . O .. fsck, . , "x my Elo?- You can tell a ffirl from A. E. Phi. . . The smile that makes a clream worth- D P ,d I while. . . Charmers in green and white. . . Tillie and Hour 1017 . . Varga ren en I , , . Girls at home, hobos at the Cabin. . . Second oor h f motists, rst oor LUCILLE Luaoxv as JI V,,e,p,.e,,,1,.,,, hepcats. . ..NBack Home for Keeps" everyoneis wish .... Vivacious MHUAM THEMPER pledges. . . Proud of their new furniture and their H171-1719, room-slee p- 5fff'ffff1"J' inff orch saboteurs. . . Five Jouncls o cand ' means someone is sta finff UR EL L . . . . . M I JAINCHI L D P I J 6 D, the kind o Jartr f that is most envaffinv. . . Lovable Mrs. Diehl. . . Forei In T Q D I .5 o o c in RUZTXZF correspondents. . . Attractive, ejffervescent, Fine, all that they want to be, um, and a little bit more. Alpha llp ilon Phi ella P,m,,H,, Keep the Campus guessing. . . Wear' the diamond and four pearls. . . VIVHN ROWZEE Sweet personality, lots of vitality. . . "Weill build a house for dear old lfifv-Pfc'1idff11 Delta Zetaf, . . Memaries of Church Cabin trips. . . Amoozing but con- HANNE DUNCAN foosing. . . Holcomb lzideout. . . Versatile parties. . . Unique invitations. PHYiZgeggQNEY . . :cW'll8l'9 there's a will-there's a way." . . Soldiers-Sailors-and sen- Tm Ijll ref timental songs. . . Killarney roses and candlelight. . . 6'Dream Girl of Ixianyoum Turin Delta Zetaf, . . The flame of their lamp is their constant guide. ' IW E MB E R S Phyllis Ahlberg, Jeanne Auray, Dorothy Barber, Virginia Butler, Ruth Cole, Helen Devine, Jeanne Duncan, Nancy Fitzgerald, Charlotte .,Fitzroy, Vera Gabor, -Ioan Grindrod, Eleanor LaRivere, Yolanda Leiss, Helen Main, Gloria Mazzola, janet Olson, Virginia Olson, Phyllis Rooney, Charlotte Rose, Dorothy Ross, Vivian Rowzee, Arlene Steward, Polly Thayer, Mary Elizabeth True, Marjorie Tuller, Betty Ventres, Lois Ventres, Ann Vinci, Janice Visscher. PLEDGEE Barbara Baxter, Elizabeth Best, Grace Bishop, Valerie Browning, Ruth Callaghan, Virginia Carpenter, Gena Delbecchio, Shirley Disbrow, Dorothy Buncan, Florence Farrell, Barbara Hoflman, Georgiana Hoffman, Phyllis Conior, Audrey Linder, Mar- iorie Logee, Rosalie MacGrath, Barbara Marsh, Irene Matteo, Barbara Merkle, june Mildner, Sylvia Morris, Jane Nackowski, jean Pickett, Isabelle Piedate, Audrey Reynolds, Dorothy Rassini, Lillian Steeneck, Laura Stepeck, Virginia Stephenson, Esther Tappert, Eleanor Tryon, Marjorie Watkins, Sylvia Maraskaska, Florence Maeski. ND! if 4 B. fag! "Li 'fs :1 I ,fn as - - . XV , -I vw w 1 U s MEMBERS Gloria Carangelo, Catherine Cronin, Nancy Dean, Marilyn Felske, Claire Flynn, Barbara Hanley, Lydia Lovell, Mary Elizabeth McElroy, Betty O'Brien, Ann Parks, Marjorie Pitt, Rosalie Reardon, Patricia Reed, Elaine Reihl, Dorothy Schwedler, Dorothy Sharp, Loah Nan Stevens, Rosemary Voos, Norma Werdelin, Marie Wynne. PLEDGEES Arlene Beebe, Arlene Crosson, Marian Donahue, Muriel Hammonds, Marilyn Hoar, Bettie Hughes, Barbara Hugo, Joan Hurley, Mary Mackenzie, Lois Mason, Kath- leen Neale, Amey Rhodes, Eleanor Rowe, Dorothy Seremet, Lois Stevens, Dorothy Tucker, Eleanor Vfallin. K P K" lr- 'f 451, 7 - dxf K' an ,ws 'QQ - A is S u ,tl ,,, slit-' ffl, " tg, 4 1 JF Always the unusual. . . Redecoration the thing of the moment. . . 2 a.m. MAEZJQZQNE political discussions. . . Bridge fiends. . . Quality not quantity. . . Boxes Vine-Prmden, from home. . . 'els there any hot water?,, . . Grill bus girls. . . Do things on ELAINE Rami the spur of the moment. . . "Where,s the ironing board?" . . Special gripe T1-efwffef room. . . Swell new housemother. . . 'cBring me back a hamburger? . . MARJORIE PUT Dreams with sound efects. . . Seven brides so far this year. . . California SeC"e""'9' calling. . . Slanguage coiners . . . ':Don't forget to wake me." . . Bing, Bee- GLORIA CARANGELO thoven and Basin Street. . . Everything's xfoefi Phi u Phi igma igma The house with the winding walk. . . Loyal to the blue and gold-just to show where their hearts are. . . Who says brains and beauty don't mix? . . Sweep the frosh off their feet. . . Spirit and originality. . . Pick a dream boy every year. . . Smoothly sophisticated. . . What the well-dressed col- lege girl should wear. . . Witty songs and shits. . . Hullabaloo cup. . . A letter a day. . . Always a note of excitement. . . The sparkle in their eyes when those long-distance calls come through. . . Phi Sig born. . . Phi Sig bred. . . Cherish their Sphinx. ME M B I3 R s Archon Devara Birger, Bertha Lee Blonder, Harriet Boltuck, Sylvia Borodack, Bernice Brightman, CONSTANCE ROSENFELD Marilyn Capitman, Virginia Cutler, Deena Farber, Judith Freedman, Frances Friedman, Vice-A,.c.b0n Shirley Furshpan, Estelle Goldfarb, Leona Greenberg, Rhoda Grodin, Arlene Jacobson, MARILYN CAPITMAN Theodore Kaplan, Charlotte Kramer, Mollie Lee, Muriel Lehrer, Harriet Liebman, Rebecca Levine, Selma Mag, Arlene Older, Phyllis Pearl, Cynthia Peizer, Natalie Radom, Marilyn EMM, Reback, Lucille Reinstein, Mae Rivkin, Eleaine Rose, Rita Rosen, Constance Rosenfeld, ESTELLE GOLDFARB Enid Shapiro, Evelyn Sheftel, Muriel Sheitelman, Tinnette Sherman, Carol Shustrin, Adelle Tribune Silverman, Rhoda Simmons, Florence Sterling, Gloria Turchin, Shirley-Jayne Waldimer, ARLENE JACOBSON Carolyn Wfeinstein, Beatrice Weisinan, Marilyn White, June Zeckendorf, Jacqueline Zipkin. Strike PLEDGEES Lucille Backer, Doris Beck, Sally Beit, Marion Broome, Adele Fine, Carol Fleishner, Bar- bara Giller, Blanche Gold, Harriet Goldberg, Joyce Goldner, Rhoda Goldsmith, Dorothea Kalick, Selma Kaufax, Jacqueline Kempler, Irma Kronick, Barbara Malter, Janet Merliss, Betty Newman, Esther Rabinowitz, Leah Rabinowitz, Vivian Raphall, Sylvia Sherry, Bar- bara Silverman, Rhoda Silverman, Madelyn Simons. VIRGINIA CUTLEII Home Chairman MAE RIVKIN Penhellenic Reprerefzlnliver EVELYN SHEFTEL, ELAINE RosE l,.r- r ,Lf -oo MEMBERS Agnes Anthony Nan Bennett Mmerva Brrstol Margaret Brundage Mxllrcent Carlson Gay Davrs Barbara Ecker Mur1el Eddy Paulrne Engelhardt Catherme Fclloyys Alyce Fenn Elrzabeth Francxs Helen Frxel Janet Frretag Jean Gentry Dorothy Gladwm Patr1c1a Grant Charlena Holt Ehzabeth Hyde Susan Lewrs Mary Ann Llhota Janet Matz Harrret May Prrscrlla Merchant Jean Moffett Carol McCorm1ck Jane Clanr McKearnan Erlcen McQua1d Jean OBr1en Barbara Olsson Patrlcra Pearson Cornella Roblnson Eugema Schwanda Constance Srmmers Norma Smyth Elrzabeth Tragg1s Marrlyn Trxpp Lorrarnc Ullr1ch Bette Underwood Carol Vath MWFCI1 Wfadhams Dorothy Wfarner Grace Nllfeb ster Elrzabeth Wrxght Loxs Garlbrarth PLEDGEES Margaret Collms Dorothy Jones Julra Lovdal Joyce Pond Karen Anderson Edrth An d1s1o Margaret Black Jane Davsless Lorrarne DeMore Patncra DeWees Emrly Farrnclx Elalne Frtch Norma Fontarne Ruth Fyler Betty Lou Geenty Charrs Goddard Wfrlma Hahn Betty Lou Harmon Joyce Hubbell Ann Huntmgton Lydra M1kul1cl1 Jane Schmrtt gall Alma Sheehan Ann Templeton Theresa Vifard Pr erldefzz EILEEN MCQUAID Vzfe Pr erzdenz EL1zAE1:T1-I TRAGGIS Remrdnzg .Seczemry CATHERINE FELLONVS Conerpmzdnzg Senelmy JANE CLAIR NICKEARNAN Wztty, wlnsome, and wonder ul Sleepmg porch lullabzes S S PI PHI Szgn trouble lvowy tlclflers lom Bach to boogze Week end jaunts rom Maine to Flolzda Strauflzt as tlzezr arlow Fanatzc atlzc Frolzcs langmg rom coolly slzmes to monkey slzmes E er vescent Fmger Ln every ple Dzamonds galore accompanied by LG pounds o chocolates P collectors but IIOIUQ OAICIIIOIIIUP, lnternatzonal ielatzons vm A P O and P P O Every IUIOIU has a beau Abundance 0 wmgs and Lt bals Hey' anybody got a nickel? Never a dull moment T1 ue to tlle nine and blue P1 Beta Phl lllpha Gamma llllo The Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho was organized in 1910 as the local Sigma Alpha Pi .... In. 1922 it became affiliated with the na- tional organization and since that time 400 men have been initiated into its ranks. . . Proudly display their service Hag, having over 200 men in the armed forces. . . Mostly potential business executives and lawyers. . . Successful dances and supervised study habits .... "Mom Norton is the best house mother anyone could havef, . . When they do something, it's done right. . . Every man a committee chairman. . . Truly shooters. ISI E M B E R S Wfilliam Bolger, Allan Campbell, Robert Dargan, Donald Du- hamel, Feodor Hadyka, Edward Holloway, Albert Holmes, Elmer johnson, Richard Linehan, Eugene Martin, Aubrey McGann, Rob- ert Ring, Edward Stratton, Harold Vfilson. PLEDGEE Philip Diglie, Bernard Fisher, Robert French, Revillo Fuller, Charles Glacs, Richard Hansen, john Holmes, james MacKinnel. . "Q f" A 1 - l x . I K rf- A, I 4 ll 'c ,, ' "tv,-' R1 - K V . 1 ,513 I X, . X 3 i . 2 5 ' ' W. E , f , at l 0. 4 I ag, V , 11 A 1 5 Z gl, W .. xi 5' w l I YQ! ' 'f fi , 1 yi. qycy , , . ' ,iff X 3 rr f 4, . v , ' Pretident LEONART D. RINALDI Vice-President EDWARD J. PLANZ Treayurer HERBERT LEVI Serremry GEORGE SPENCER PLEDGEE Milton Clarkson Howard Haveren Y Great percentage of their members in the serv- ice. . . Looking forward to the day when the brothers return displaying the seven pointed star .... Proud of their non-sectarian status and their retenure of the scholastic cup. Alpha Kappa Pi appa GFJIIZI 1hl.lllL V FRANK Rooms Gmini Prm'nr.1tf,f Ronmr BLACKMAN Gfflfld lllrlllvf 'lf Ceremoniu Arismir Moounr G-f.lIId Scribe Roisrar OwENs G'r.unl Tft.llllfL'f EUGENE Semis U Loyal to their colors, to the scarlet. green, and white, symbolized by their barige of the crescent and the star. . . Formerly the oldest Hlocalng now' the baby chapter of one of the largest nationals. . . Social activities, none but the best. . . Picnics anal hayrides and mirl-win-ter sleighrirles. . . Sere- narle and a hiss for their Kappa Sig Sweethearts. . . Fords galore, but- "the Whitney bus boys." . Have the sharpest cellar on the campus. . . Pat- enterl their invisible light in the East room. . . Love, honor, and respect their housemother who is acclaimed by all. . . True sports. . . True Kappa Sigs. bl E bl B E R S Robert Blackman, Robert Bonazzo, Sherman Chase, Anthony Iannone, An- thony Kuzdal, Consolato Malavenda, Albert Moquet, Robert Owens, Frank Rogers, Paul Rosa, Robert Scott, Eugene Seems, Elias Sotiros, Frank Stopa, Robert Trail, joseph Urbanetti, Edward VanAlmkerk, Richard Vargoshe, Harry Wlhelden, Richard Wlright. PLEDGEES Charles Clark, Donald Chase, Wlilliam Dumm, Martin Foncello, George Garman, Wfilliam Hayden, john Hinchey, Robert Horton, Fred Kral, Philip Lacourciere, Archibald MacDonald, Andrew Malahan, Donald Marsh, Louis Moreno, Alfred Pedersen, Herbert Pierce, George Rolleri, Gerald Sapienza, john Savage, john Smutnick, Richard Stearns, Robert Voight. QNX rid' I Q 'zu , A ,T R27 , ,."'L V QD 4 E 'I Q 919' MEMBERS Stephen Appelbaum, Herbert Appleton, David D. Berdon, Calvin B. Bronerwine, Robert Cohen, Donald Cone, Berton J. Diamond, Sherman S. Galin, Louis Lieber- man, Edward Litwak, Herbert E. Martin, Leo Pinsky, Harvey Schulman, Milton Sorokin, Samuel A. Spitz, Donald Traurig, Edward Waltman, Robert Zimmerman. PLEDGEES jack Axelrod, David Comen, Robert Enton, Alvin Evans, Richard Feldman, Fred Goldner, David Katz, S. Alvin Lippman, Norman Rashba, Harold Rohinsky, Edward Wallant. Frazer Superior DAVID D. BERDON Prater Vice-Superior MILTON SOROKIN Treamrer CALVIN B. BRONERWINE Rerording Serretary SAMUEL A. SPITZ Correfponding Secretary SHERMAN S. GALIN First National on the Hill. . . Unbroken Rushing traditions. . . Phi Epis Greek Letter Dance. . . lllovie Makers and great actors. . . Champagne parties and Filet Mignon. . . "No one in their generation has their com- mand of languagef' . . Dancing nightly in the Blue Room. . . Three a.m. floorshows. . . Boston tea parties at ten. . . Our gracious First Lady, Mom. . . Terrific Terpsichoreans . . Bait or be Baiterl. . . Messrs. Esquire. . . Jazz purists and mad musicians. . . Mellifluous Lovers. . . Sleeping Porch Bull-Sessions Seminar, 3 credits. . . Week-end Hostelry. . . Wake us at seven, but flon't be persistent. . . H071 the Ancient Hills of Mans- field." . . Target for tonight-Food! Phi Ep ilon Pi Phi igma llelta 1ll.1rltr Fr..'ltr CHARLES Sciixvmrz. '-F Virv-1ll.1flrr Fmhr EDXVARD Mirrm. '45 l'li,vlori.w FILANKLYN I.lTsxx', '47 SL'ffL'f.If'j' RAYMOND ScuUi.LiEY, '-18 New Hearlquarters-Koons Hall. . . Always open house. . . Curve raisers and Ncurve" arlmirers. . . The Campus Troubarlours. . . Small hut well accounted for. . . Blue Needle Quartet. . . Devotees of the Sacred Log. . . Armchair athletes. . . 'cWhere???-Herefllv . . Bee- hi ue of mad engineers, embryonic merlics, aggravated agrarians, bar- risters and sports writers. . . Ready at all times for a bull-session. . . Willimantic bound. . . '6Who,s got some Kleenex?,' . . Church Cabin -second home. . . The sun never sets on the Purple and White. MEMBERS Ncrwin Edclson, Theodore Halperin, Franklyn Litsky, Alfred Litwin, Edward MUICF. Raymond Schulley, Charles Schwartz, Philip Silver. P I. E D G Ii E S Arnold Block, XYlllllilITl Ellis, Wfilliam Mairholin, Stanley Mattcs, Earl Shnmf. It 9 1 Us xo u Q I 1 F45 0. EFL---4 . ' 'I K ua ' ,if-Q " ' X. an 164. . ,I gf. 19" ' Q. 4, lbff if ' "El'f?P'. f ' S f 534115 I 3 ' MEMBERS George Adamy, Peter Barry, George Cartwright, Louis Dixon, Donald Gustafson, Cadet Hand, Gordon King, Andrew Love, Glen Macbeth, Julius Markiewicz, Charles Phoenix, Leonard Pitts, joseph Randazzo, Gene Ricter, Richard Spencer, Robert Wells, Frank Zimmerman. PLEDGEES Foster Bishop, Dwight Burnham, Joseph Conti, Ernest Corvo, George DeLage, Daniel Egan, Gordon Fellows, Donald Flynn, Donald Hackett, Donald Parker, Peter Parker, Donald Slate, Rob- ert Strickland, Robert Wilowski. If it's S.A.E., it's O.K. . . Like parties and dances with the lights turned low. . . Proud of their athletic trophies. . . Hanrly with a pool cue. . . Plenty of records anal always in use. . . Big week-encls, start- ing Thursday. . . Familiar with Willi. . . Campus USO. . . Sweet- hearts of Theta. . . Well mixed group. . . From campus kings to hobos. . . Loyal to their 'clfioletsi' and S.A.E. . . Best looking house on campus. . . Speak in whispers of their scholastic achievements. . . Politicians de luxe. igma Alpha p ilon I 0 O I lgma Chl :The Girl of My Dreamsf, . . Early morning serenarl- ers. . . Brains galore. . . Always the pickers of the queens. . . 'flush ask a Sigma Chi." . . Inflepenflent, but always willing to do their share. . B.M.O.C.s. . . Give the best in parties and dances. . . Good company. . . Well known and well liked. . . uHail to Alpha Phi? M E M B E R S Allan Beaudoin, Edwin Budzik, Edward Davis, Yifilliam Edgerton, Harold Edward Foerch, Dean Lee Goss, Harry Grohs, Kcrk Hatsian, T. A. Jack- son, Christos Pappas, Russell Potter. P L E D G E E S Paul Conrad, Joseph Hornalc, Donald Merry, Ro- land Raeburn, joseph Simpson, Albert Skrebutenes, Michael Yedziniak. ,-" , V' J r N . V il . , . 1 . , f , ru f 3, A , ' , W ,Z , I . .X X -1 n " xy Z .I 1, H 9 MEMBERS joseph Barrasso, Gregory Battick, Russel Dart, Dom DiDomizio, Nathan Hale, Russell Hunter, Alex Illyn, Paul Ludwig, joseph Merek, Stanley Nurczyk, Edward Palmer, Nicholas Randazzo, Ed- ward Raymond, Wydell Rood, Alan Taylor, Robert Wolsclmlager. PLEDGEES Andrew Archelaschi, Frank DeZenzo, Bridgeport Raymond Gates, Donald Grant, Robert Rhodes, Raymond Zucco, Chase Nanos, Walter Alesevich. C 0 m mmzd er GREGORY BATTICK Lt. C 0 712 wander RUSSELL HUNTER Treafzzrer NATHAN HALE Secretary NICHOLAS RANDAZZO The old MXH House retains its place on Campus, and the HXN men in service keep returning. Visitors galore. . . Sure therels room, you can bunk on that couch. . . Sleep, what is it? Plenty of flares. . . Big week- ends. . . Got a gas coupon? Often founfl at the ::RIIl'h'.,, . . Intermural football champions. . . Have to enlarge the trophy room now. . . Fonfl of bull-sessions around the pool table. Armchair strategists. . . Gymnastics in the living room. . . The MXH boys still star on the atlzletif' heltls antl in collecting decorations and citations. . . Faith in the olrl boys as the ':X" igma l Tau Ilp ilon Phi Charlrellor Mfxnvm B. EDELMAN Vice-Ch.n1rellor ROBERT SCHECHNER Blfrmr LEONARD Broom Srfihe Euiiu FISHMAN Correrponding Secretary BERT jaconsow Tau Ep will be Tau Ep. . . Piclfs a Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi at the Greek Letter Dance every year. . . Watch the Tau Epsilon Phi teams, thefll yet pull a major upset. . . The ideal location on campus. . . Har- monize in the shower, echo across the lawn. . . Famous for their parties . . . Scholars and politicians extraordinary. . . Social lions. . . Personifica- tion. of southern hospitality. . . Noted for the number of Saturday night guests. . . Out on the roof for a sun-bath as soon as the sun peeks out. . . Every man an individualist but with a common goal . . . Connecticufs chefs de luxe. . . Sujfhcient talent to organize its own band. MEMBERS Leonard Berman, Leonard Bloom, jay Cohen, Marvin Edelman, Elihu Fishman, Alex Glickman, Bert Jacobson, Harry Komisar, Paul Levine, Nathan Marcus, Paul Mayer, Robert Schechner. PLEDGEES Lester Baum, Harold Edelstein, jack Finkelstein, 'Irving Girshick, Marvin Goldfarb, Theodore Kravitz, john Lieberman, Sheldon Stundaus, Herman Swartz. HONORARY PLEDGEE Harold Edelstein al 1 + L ffl -' I . '1 L' LI.. .lug Star .. X MEMBERS Edward Baldyga, Robert H. Bitzer, Walter Sadowski, Schyler G. Slat- ter, Stuart Young. PLEDGEES William Arnold, Henry Belfelt, Don- ald Davidson, Richard Griswod, Richard Handy, William Kennedy, Leon McNelly, john Seirup, justen Whipple. The local Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity became the Alpha Pi Chapter of they Theta Xi Fraternity, the first engineering fraternity in the country, on February 6, 1943. . . Servicemenfs center on week-ends. . . Nightly bull- sessions till early morn. . . Loyalty to the nth degree, and plenty of fra- ternity spirit. . . Hail All You Rounflers! . . Privacy when you want it. . . Saturday night house-flances, plus! . . "Down the road a piece." . . Record collectors, sweet ancl swing. . . Not curve-raisers, BUT get the Q.P.'s. with fun besides! . . A house full of officers. . . Always a HWelconze,,' 5 Theta Xi Lv .M - Of' C0 nf,':" flf xixaf-4 sf! Crux-2 gi? VJANSYUUY "' 1829- :aa " f' f f ff ? ' up' Q h -. Q I ' L 2 R . '.'-.N X x QF-I '? N., ' x X x 1.4. 4 4 S ' c M ui 'fo v oQ""' .- ,1 tb., . - ,, . '4 -1' As " .I iiv ,.,", , , I N ' - 1 -4 n.- -,,.,- kv . X , . A Q, Z J,c,'.1.,.,4'vP:?- , A A , . , , Q up E ,Ms 1 lx' 6-..'-+55 ai. ,f- - I .. I - V - A --M .,-of' 5' in 45,91 , .' , ' . 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Wfally Hackett. with three hits for four trips to the plate. turned in the best offensive perform- ance of the afternoon. llnskies Lose to Brooklyn, I0-7 Journeying to New York for the second game of the season. Coach Dick 'Wargols UConn nine was forced on the short end of a high scoring totalg losing to the Brooklyn College array by a score of l0-7. Three Brooklyn pitchers and two Connecticut hurlers visited the mound in the hard hitting hall game. The Brooklyn forces picked up four runs in the second. one in the third. three in thc sixth and two in the seventh. Connecticut might have been much closer to the Brooklyn club. had it not been for the eight errors which the Huskies made in the course of the game. Coach Yffargo. seeing the need for a revision in the lineup. planned to revamp his team for the contest against Yffeslcyan. five f0ll0YV1l1g lllll11lgS of play. Julie Markiewicz, with a double and a single for four trips to the plate, paced the UConn bat- ters in hitting for the afternoon. Connecticut's tallies came in tl1e first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth innings. Connecticut lleteats Wesleyan, 12 -4 Connecticut made it two victories in a row in their fifth game of the season as they took the measure of Wesleyan University by a liberal score of 12-41. Surprise of the afternoon was the choice for pitcher of Julie Markiewicz, up to this time the regular varsity catcher. Freshman Bob Woodley took over the catching assignment and did a good job as Markiewicz tossed a smooth, easy game for the full distance, For Connecticut it was sweet revenge for the early season loss to the W'esmen, 6-0. Wally Luchuk proved his heavy-hitting worth by slugging out four hits in a row out of five trips to the pan. One of these was a long homer which scored Kiokawa and added two runs to the growing UConn total. Mar- kiewicz matched his twirling performance with his appearance at the plate. In four trips llc belted out three hits, adding to the Huskies' superior play. . 3 G- U 2'1- '-Vi-' af' Q? xl' I 1-if Li .wL5f,2j6, .I , Q I, g M pa' fel, Q, 0. , ,ff 35 4 V. , X 5 i 4 ' if X C ' 't' . . 1 ' 2'G""i -' A. i 'T .. f i x15Vl'G5:Q 1 ,65,E.L3Z"A'Q, f l ' X, -xgi3l3Z'Zfg-03 it i .l f' . i Af -7 ' ' 'I hfijgi " s " t X f 1' ff ff 557.12 I gf X0 if gi Clbzfy .J g . y' ii' . 4 I f It , . ISI, V 5 1 EA," 5-5' Le v I-,., f ,A . I I A by . g t- 1, 5 f - a-'init f Tuff . te y, H i ,, , , i . - ,ep i , .1 uf-. t . 1 e r "' ' X Q 3 1 avr il. 535' y 3 3 ,- 'N .i it :Ji i- S. Q - . l i 'ie' - . - ' ' ' f"--: . ' +. . - ...V : 'Amiga ! fs' . xy X I kg Q.-Avg in C if "' is . C5 . if A M4 ,,--... . , ' , -g , ' Jia., gf , 0 Fir-.rl Row, lell lo rigbl: WiHiakawa, fl-lull, fI.uchulc, Acting Captain tClcvelaml, tHolmherg, tliittistini, AiKltlk.lkk'Ll. Sri-fn1.l ltfmf, 1,11 In riglil: Y Francolino, 'l:MHl1HkiHD, Foley, i"Markicwicz, i'Hackett, Claus, itXVoodlcy. Thin! Row, lull lo rigbz: XVzirgo, Coachg Ncicrasch, Mangigurg Carter, Tmincrg Seavcr, Assistant Coach. 'F Lettermcn. UCNY Deieats Huskies, 1-0 Connecticut matched City College in hits and in pitching ability but weren't able to match the CCNY lone tally in the sixth game of tl1e season, dropping the pitching duel, 1-0. Kay Kiokawa and Herman Neuberger tangled in tl1e duel at the mound and both turned in good perform- ances. For CCNY it was also Neuberger who drove in the winning run in the first inning. For the remaining eight innings both teams hit well but neither could bunch enough singles to add to their respective scoring. Connecticut's best op- portunity coming in the sixth inning, when Ma- hakian singled inside third, Kiokawa reaching first on an error. Hayakawa, attempting to sac- rifice, fiied up to Neuberger who proceeded to squelch the Huskies' hopes with a double-play toss to second base. The defeat was the third of the current season for Connecticut Hrilll two wins and one tie bolstering the record. Huskies Divide Iloiibleheadei' with Maine Dick W31'g0,S charges turned in a tl1riller in tl1e first game of a doubleheader against Maine University o11 Gardner Dow field to give tl1e1n- selves their third victory of the season. 9-1. Norm Holmberg pitched the entire distance and gave himself his second credited game of the season. Connecticut's hits were divided among Cleveland, Hull, Luchuk, Hackett and Kiyo- kawa, each getting two. Cleveland, with a douhlc and a single, was leader of the flock. A good start put spirit in the UConn nine as they col- lected four runs in the first inning to put the Maine team in the depths of despair before they were even warmed up. Tables hecaine turned in the second game as Norton, playing a strong first game at shortstop. took over the Maine pitching duties and amazed the Huskies with a hitless performance for the first five innings. ivally Hackett and Xvally Lu- chuk paired singles in the sixth for the only Connecticut hits hut these weren't effective enough to produce a score. Several UConn er- rors and some heavy hitting by the Maine team combined to give them two runs in the first. three runs in the sixth and two runs in the sev- enth for the final score of 7-O. SCURES Flllt TllE SEASDN Northeastern 5. Connecticut 5: Brooklyn lfl. Con- necticut 7: ive-slcyan 6. Connecticut fl: Northeastern 3. Connecticut 6: Xvesleyan -l. Connecticut l2: Maine l. Connecticut 9: Elaine T. Connecticut 0. Hitting honors for the season went to Wally Luchuk with a season average of .-180. He got ten hits in twenty-one tries. .lulie llarkiewicz with one victory and no losses was No. l pitcher of the season. After the lapfe of one year, Connecticut re- tnrned to the gridiron warr with a highly rnc- cefrfnl team. Althongh the rqnad conrirted alnzort entirely of former high rchool playerr withont any previozfr college experience, it war able to attain the hert winning record in recent yearf. UVorhing together rmoothly and pofrefr- ing a will to win which wonld not he denied, the team .ronndly defeated every one on the rchednle rave a Navy-laden Batef rgnad. At the pre-.rearon practice the fhortage of ex- perienced men war apparent, hat the large tnrn- ont and general .rpirit of the fgzcad war en- conraging. Coach f. O. Chrirtian rtarted with lengthy califthenicr and fundamental playf nntil it war decided jnrt which men were varrity material. Ar the jirrt game drew nearer, the .rqnad war .rtrengthened hy additional entering frefhmen. A weeh hefore the opener the ftndent hody war treated to a preview of the reafon in the form of an inter-fqzcad game under the lightf. Thir provided the jirrt real tert under game con- ditionr, and the crowd war given a hint ar to the rtrength of the .rqnad ar the firrt .rtring rolled np a fonr-touchdown margin. F00'l'llllLL Connecticut 27 Norwich 0 The following week a large squad entrained for the wilds of Vermont to tackle the Norwich University Horsemen. As this was the initial battle for both teams, the outcome was a doubtful matter. The Hus. kies soon dispelled any doubts, however, as they 1-an through the Norwichmen for a 27-0 victory. Under the leadership of Acting Captain Bill Anderson at Center, the team completely stopped the Norwich attack after the first few minutes. The second time they got their hands on the ball the Huskies rolled 55 yards for a touchdown. Hunter and Nakaoka made sizable gains, and then Don Slate outran the Ver- mont secondary for the six points. Barry converted the first of three conversions for the afternoon. The Huskies scored again in the second period on a dash through the middle of the line by Hunter. In the second half the score was increased by some line run- ning by Slate and Turshen, a newcomer who was soon to prove his worth. The line showed up very well throughout the game, and the aforementioned backs had all the speed and drive required. Quarterback Pinsky played a heads-up defensive game, intercept- ing three Norwich passes and also putting the foe in trouble with a long punt out of bounds on the two- yard line. Firrt Row, left to right: i:Nakaoka, Goss, Bolger, tMuthig, tCaptain Angle 5 aR' ,z 9 . to right.'.LeRoyz SI-Ierman, Dowd, Ukrchelaschi, Hornalc, i'Rosa, tCroog, gag: MfffdEr1?ogef1l5rafE,l1intii12ollfil rsheghflhlq Zokaulay Sem'mjillz0algaff3lit rlacourcxere, Fishman, Dargon, Rabinowltz, Romanow, Junaczewski tEvans Stone Raslhba awilgon Foggy? Rgw ig? ti zrfohflg abezenzol Fellows, Gerall, Schechner, Cartwright, Kligerman, ?Zimmerman Zllinsk tglt i - ' . ' ., 3 ' ' i lield, Parker, Finklestein, Gimignani, Hanson, Diglio, Berggren, Deitchllbreorgii Striilclljhrl qIlif1?HgT'0Tgbai'2lfyloslgillztlilzgizlljaegggijrig Iggzilgelgciigg tLettermen. Gilman, Assistant Coach Battxck, Coach Chrlstran, Assistant Coach White is-. S .-lnotlzer One by Wflie Tue ACTING CAPTAIN 7 l l i "Bill" Anderson Single Defeat The following Saturday the Huskies met the Bates eleven on Gardner Dow Field and tasted defeat for the only ti1l1C all season. The two squads were very evenly matched and battled in a scoreless deadlock until late in the third quarter. Then a punt, illegally covered, gave Bates the ball on the Connecticut 25- yard line, at which point the Bobcats drove for the score in five plays. Connecticut came storming back, and the remainder of the game was spent inside Bates territory, but the Huskies were never able to push over for the needed touchdown. Frank Dezenzo played a brilliant glllllfj at end for the Huskies, snaring several passes, recovering fum- bles, and smearing enemy backs for large losses all afternoon. Uenneetient 13 Miilillelniry 7 The Huskies climbed back on the victory band- wagon a week later as they defeated a strong Middle- bury outfit 13-7. Playing heads-up ball. they com- pletely outplayed the more experienced Vermonters. Outstanding was the play of Russ Hunter, lfConn right halfback, as he gathered in a screen pass from Kligerman and sprinted 53 yards for the initial score. and later assured the victory by skirting left end for another touchdown. The Middlebury score came late in tl1e last period after victory was assured. It is sig- niicant that this was the last score the Huskies were to yield all season. Q Brooklyn College ll Connecticut 10 The fighting Huskies traveled to the borough of Brooklyn the following week to meet the favored Brooklyn College Kingsmen. Any hopes that the New Yorkers might have had about an undefeated season were dispelled, however, as the Huskies scored in the first ninety seconds, and put up an impene- trable defense. The touchdown came quickly on a 32-yard run by Hunter with halfback Turshen block- ing the last defense man. Pete Barry then converted to raise the total to 7-0. In the second period after a UConn drive had stalled, Barry again entered the game and split the ,uprights for a field goal and three more points. The second half produced no further scoring and the Huskies came home with a well- earned 10-0 victory. Connecticut 21 CCNY 0 Back on Gardner Dow Field the Huskies met the CCNY Beavers in a hard-fought game. A chilling downpour made ball handling very difficult and foot- ing precarious, but the Huskies did manage to break the fleet-footed Hunter loose for three touchdowns and a 21-0 victory. Heavily outweighed by the New Yorkers, Connecticut relied upon speed to outrun the opponents. The victory was costly, however, because three UConn backs received leg injuries. Connecticut 15 Brooklyn College 0 The Connecticut team was faced with its toughest assignment of the season the following Saturday. Fac- ing the Brooklyn College Kingsmen for the second time, the Huskies started without halfbacks Turshen and Kligerman, fullbacks Nakaoka and Croog, and quarterback Pinsky, all of whom were on the injured list from the previous week. Nevertheless, the Hus- kies completely outclassed and outfought the New Yorkers throughout the game and were rewarded with victory. With most of the hard-running backs on the injury list, Coach Christian turned the scoring responsibili- ties over to Pete Barry, the capable place kicker. Barry responded by kicking three perfect field goals, one a tremendous kick of forty yards through the up- rights. A blocked kick, an alert recovery, and a ten- yard run by Lacourciere produced another score. La- courciere, playing his first game at fullback, scored the only touchdown of the day and was invaluable in backing up the Husky line. .lim tSnakeD Wetmore, filling in for the injured Turshen, responded with a good passing and kicking exhibition to set up the field goals. Wetmore connected with ends Dezenzo and Heavey for frequent passing gains and also put the New Yorkers deep in their own territory with a 73- yard quick kick early in the second half. This directly resulted in the Connecticut touchdown a few minutes later. Big Hiram Wilson played a great game in the line breaking up Brooklyn plays, as did DeZenzo at his end post. The entire team played inspired foot- ball, and the victory was well earned. I Connecticut 52 CClllY 0 lnvading New York for the second time the UConns swamped the Beavers of CCNY by a 52-0 margin. Scoring quickly and frequently, the Huskies pushed over seven touchdowns in the first half, and one more Pinsky Pilecl Un in the last period. Big Hiram Wilson, right tackle, scored the first touchdown after intercepting a hur- riedly thrown pass and dashing twenty yards. A few minutes later Russ Hunter skirted right end and sprinted fifty-two yards to pay dirt. After kicking off to the New Yorkers, the Connecticut line held for three plays and then crashed through to block a CCNY punt. Fullback Nakaoka alertly gathered in the pigskin and fought his way through the opposi- tion for another score. Barry made good the second of four conversions and the first quarter ended with the score 20-0. Continuing their offense, the Huskies struck for four more touchdowns in the second period. A twist- ing run by Wetmore produced six points and then Wetrnore passed to DeZenzo for another quick tally. Not to be outdone, Turshen replaced Wetmore and duplicated the performance, scoring on a brilliant twenty-yard run through the entire New York team, and then passing to Dowd in the end zone just as the half ended. In the second half the scoring spree was halted but the second team did manage to produce another score. A long pass from Wetmore to Rabinowitz was good for sixty yards and the last tally of the day. The 52-0 rout, by far the largest score of the season, was due to alert and aggressive defensive play and an offensive which was functioning at its best. Uonnecticut 14 Norwich 0 Before a Dad's Day crowd of twenty-five hundred fans, the Huskies completed a very successful season, with a 14--0 victory over an improved Norwich Uni- versity team. A first period drive by the Vermonters was halted on the fifteen-yard stripe and then the Huskies proceeded to roll up two touchdowns in the second period and completely dominate play for tl1e remainder of the game. Connecticut started deep in its own territory and drove sixty-eight yards on ten plays for the first touch- down. Turshen and Hunter ripped off large gains and brought the ball to the one-yard line where Tur- shen barged over tackle for the score. Pete Barry Turshen Gains Around Enrl came in to convert the extra point and then set up the second touchdown by kicking off to the Norwich goal line. Norwich failed to gain and the Huskies had the ball on the enemy thirty-yard line. XVetmore then passed and ran the Huskies to the final score. After a fifteen-yard gain had been nullified by a penalty, Wfetmore passed to Heavy at the ten-yard mark. and then took a reverse from fullback and went through right tackle for the final touchdown. Barry again added the extra point, the last one of the season for the UConns. Throughout the second half the Hus- kies threatened but were never able to push across a touchdown, and had to be content with a lil-0 verdict. The 1944 Connecticut team not only compiled the best winning record in years, but had one of the finest defensive records in the country. Wfith the stal- wart forward line of Heavy, Wvilson, Arehelaschi, Cap- tain Bill Anderson, Rosa. Ring. and Deleuze break- ing up enemy plays and blocking for backs Turshen. Wfetmore, Hunter and Nakaoka: the Huskies had a very formidable offense and defense. Although the service and graduation will take a large group before next season, such men as Arce- laschi, Rosa, Herman, and Captain-Elect Russ Hunter should form a strong nucleus for the 194-5 team. EI! fra, Wa' am' . A group of enthusiastic but green cross-country men, nearly all freshmen, formed the nucleus for Coach Carl Fisher's 1944 team. Without a single re- turning letterman from last seasorfs team, Coach Fisher was faced with the problem of developing a team from the group of fifteen men who showed up for the first practice session. Competition for the season was heavy. Races were scheduled against Northeastern, Rhode lsland State, Coast Guard, and Worcester Tech. Before the team ran its first race two of the leading pre-season favorites were forced to discontinue due to physical exemption. Captain Gor- don King and Ray Schulley, both showing up well in time trials, were unable to start the season as mem- bers of the team. Coach Fisher had Paul Ludwig, a freshman miler from Hall High, to fall back on and it turned out to be Ludwig who took Connecticut's first man position in each of the four races. Entering the first race of the season against North- eastern on October 14, Connecticut was forced to run with a six-man representation. Northeastern won the race at Franklin Park in Boston by a score of 18-43. Mills of Northeastern won the event in 24 minutes and 13 seconds. Connecticut's Paul Ludwig took sec- ond place, running three-tenths of a second behind the winner. lt was the lack of sufficient reserves which kept Connecticut from .turning in a better team score. The Boston team, with eight men in the first ten, was far the superior in this race despite the gallant efforts of Ludwig. In Connecticut's second race of the season on Octo- ber 20th against Worcester Tech in Worcester, Coach Fisher had a new runner wearing the Blue and White. He was A1 Geib, a veteran of World War H, who had showed up well in the previous week's time trials. The Engineers of Tech, most of them V-12 students, proved that they knew only too well their rough, hilly course, winning the race by a score of 17-42. Best individual performance turned in against the Nutmeggers this season was encountered in this race as Ed Lemieux, a freshman star from Hartford High, slashed the Worcester course record by seventeen sec- S ? .,- ondsg turning in a time of 18 minutes and 13 seconds. Paul Ludwig was again first man for the Connecticut team, taking fourth place in the time of 19 minutes and 50 seconds. Al Geib, newcomer to the team, took eighth in the race with Bob Wells ninth. Sapienza and Whelden completed the Connecticut scoring. The Capering Cadets of the U. S. Coast Guard Academy invaded Storrs for the third race of the sea- son on October 28th. Quite successful was their trip for they defeated the UConn harriers by a wide mar. gin, 18 to 45. Two speedy cadets took top honors for their team, tying for first place in the good time gf 21 minutes and 40 seconds. Ludwig, with third place, was first man for Connecticut and Geib, Wells, Dixon, and Whelden completed the team scoring. Lou Dixon, running fourth for the Blue and White, turned in a commendable race since this was his first of the sea- son. Dixon had previously been a member of the varsity football team before running cross-country. Rhode Island State, usually a top competitor in every track event, played host to the Connecticut har- riers in the last race of the season on November 3 at Kingston. Rhody, with an all-civilian team, was a heavy favorite since they had an excellent record in previous races. Connecticut's team performance in this race, while not producing a victory, was the best of the season, the Fisher charges taking fourth, sixth, seventh and eighth places for UConn. Rhode Island's winning score was 20 to Connecticut's 36. Rhode 1sland's Cameron turned in the best performance of the day with a winning 21 minutes and 58.1 seconds to his credit. Paul Ludwig, with a time of 23 minutes and 22 seconds, was first for Connecticut. Geib, Dixon, Wells, Whelden and Sapienza finished in that order for the Blue and White. A post-season banquet, held in conjunction with Manchester High's state championship team, was held on January 10th. Movies were shown to the group by Coach Fisher. Donald Parker will take over the manager's duties of next season's teams with Al Geib, Jerry Sapienza, and Wes Frost expected to provide the strong material for the team. First Row, left to righz: fLudwig, i'We11s, fSa- pienza, 'FDixon. Second Row, left to righz: Par- ker, Assistant Manager, fwheldon, Coach Fish- er, 'FGeib, Gornbas, 'FZirn1-nerrnan, Manager. ? Lettermen. Ill Tllll Fifff Row, lefl In rigbf: DeZenzo, Fisher, Co-Captaing Zucco, Alescvich, Grant, Mnrkiewicz, Co-Cuptaing Hickey, Nnnos, Str-limi Razr. ltjl 1 1 Hiakawa, Wargo, Trainerg Hackett, Dowd, Don Wfhitc, Coachg M:tCKinncl, Corvo, Litsky, Managerg Rogers. Far hetter than the win-loss statistics indicate was the 1944-45 varsity basketball season for Coach Don White and l1is Connecticut team. Victorious in but five games out of sixteen, the UConn team was menaced all season by losing regular players to the armed services. Jimmy W'etmore, Ed Lowicki, and Ray Zucco all left the varsity during the early season just after they had hegun to work i11to tl1e Husky style of fast hreak. The loss of Frank DeZenzo later in the season also cut tl1e UConn advantage and it was a real task for Coach Yvhite to keep a representa- tive array on the floor despite the consistent play of Vlfalt Alesevich, and Co-Captains Fisher and Markiewicz. Defeating Maine, Northeastern, Providence, Northeastern, a11d Rhode Island in that order. the Husky hasketeers amassed a season total of 780 points as compared to 862 for the opposi- tio11. This represents a game average for Con- necticut of 49 points and 54 points per opponent. Of the eleven games dropped, five were lost hy less than five points. One of the games lost ran i11to overtime against tl1e Coast Guard Academy and another was decided by a timely foul shot winning for Maine with six seconds to play. Rep- aration did not come until the stirring victory of the year against Rhode Island State in the closing fracas of the schedule. Wesleyan, Brown. W.P.l. Yieterinns Opening the season with a close game against 1Vesleyan, the UConns hit a rough rozul anal ch-- spite a lead of 29-23 at the hall' were caught and passed hy the accurate shooting of Holt-y who totaled 18 points for the evening. XV:-sh-yan win- ning 48-43. Julie Markiewicz. Ray Zucco. and Bernie Fisher led the Blue and Wrhitc attack with 11, 13. and 13 points respectively. Brown Next In the second game of the season Brown made a very definite impression on Connecticut as they took the measure of the Husky cluh, 65- IS. De- spite the nineteen points tossed hy Co-Captain Bernie Fisher. the Brown team proved too tough competitiong aided hy twenty-one points of Bach. Still anxious for their first win of the season. the ivhitemen journeyed to Yforcester to take on XY. P. 1. Connecticut. slow in starting. trailed at the half 27-22. Jimmy Yfetmore. starting at guard. kept the Connecticut team in the game with his eleven points in the first half. Coming hack from intermission with enthusiasm. the Huskies proceeded to pull up to Worcesttar and the score changed hands several times hefore a lay-up shot hy W. P. 1. with a minute to go clinched the game, 51-49. LL Huskies Journey to New York For the second time in as many years the local varsity journeyed to Madison Square Garden to see N. Y. U. ill action. The Huskies were far from disappointed for the Violets did pr0dl1C6 plenty of just that-action. Grenert, Tanne- baum and Most led the N. Y. U. attack with Alesevich and Nanos turning in a very good de- fensive performance for Connecticut. It was just a case of lack of experience which proved tl1e downfall for the UConn team, N. Y. U. win- ning the game, 73-45. Maine Defeated Ray Zucco, Frank Dezenzo, and Bernie Fisher accounted for 49 of Connecticut's 69 points in the first victory of the season against Maine. Leading at the half by 34-22, Connecticut dom- inated play consistently as Coach Don White used fourteen players in the easy victory. BASKETBALL CO-CAPTAINS Bernie Fisher Julius Markiewicz Hhoily, Brown, Wesleyan lleleat Huskies The once defeated Rhody Rams played host to the Huskies in tl1e sixth game of the season and took the measure of Connecticut by 82-57 to match the 1943-44 victory of Connecticut over the Rams, 82-58. Bay Zucco was the big offen. Siva gun for the Connecticut team with Santoro, Calverly, and Hole sharing the top scoring for Rhody. Zucco tallied 27 points to lead all of the scoring for the game. Connecticut trailed at the half by 38-21 hut a second half rally by Mar. kiewicz and Zucco brought the score up to 38-4,2 in favor of Rhody. The loss of Walt Alesevich with six minutes to go sounded the doom for the UConns and the Rams pulled away to the final score. Brown made history repeat itself in their second game against Connecticut by matching the early season defeat, 65-45, and Wesleyan also gained their second victory over the UConn team 39-31 in the game at Middletown. Huskies Repeat Win liver Northeastern Closing the semester with a victory over North- eastern at Boston, the Connecticut team was un- successfully attempting to revamp its squad. The early season losses of both games and men ham- pered the progress of the UConns and it was not until Walt Alesevich was used at center in the Providence game that the team began to click successfully as a unit. A close -game with Maine resulted in a victory of 45-44 for the Maine team as a foul shot clinched the contest. Connecticut led the opposing team at the half but some timely shooting by Red Keith helped the spirit of the Mainemen and despite the scoring of Rodgers and Markiewicz, the Huskies dropped the fray by a proverbial inch. Walker Leads Yale To Win Paul Walker led his team to a very conclusive victory in the eleventh game of the season with a very stellar display of shooting and passing. lt was a dull contest throughoutg Yale adding to their record breaking total at will. For the Hus- kies it was the play of Walt Alesevich which stood out, he converted eight successive foul shots to lead the players in that department. Huskies lliotorious liver Proviilenoe Showing more team play and spirit than they had all season, the UConn varsity rippled through a scrappy Providence College team to plck up their third win of the season, 48-42. Bill HICIYCYQ Julie Markiewicz, and Bernie Fisher were the scorers of the evening for Connecticut and Labossiere made seven field goals for Provi- dence. Walt Alesevich played his usual stirring defensive game and followed up, consistently set- tmg UP plays from the Providence end of the floor. Speedy .lulie Markiewicz showed his skill HS a passer with a wealth of scoring passes. Uoast Guard Provides Aotion The Capering Cadets of the Coast Guard Acad- emy brought a thriller with them when they toured to Hawley Armory to play the Huskies in the twelvth game of the season. A low scor- ing game throughout, the Husky offensive just couldn't score as the Academy team put up a stellar defensive. Leading at half time by 16-12, Don Whiteis men came back after intermission and stretched the lead out to 22-12 before the Cadets sent in a new squad and the score rose to 26 all. With less than two minutes to go Bernie Fisher converted two foul shots and Connecticut led 30-28 as the crowd went wild. Witli five sec- onds to go, Gaither scored on a desperate long shot to put the game into overtime. Fury and excitement reigned supreme in the overtime stanza as Fisher again gave his team the lead with a foul shot and Gaither again matched and bettered it with a field goal, Coast Guard led 32-31 with a minute to go. Despite a valiant at- tempt to steal the ball and score, Connecticut went down to defeat as Anderson added to the Cadets' total with the final score, 34-31. Markiewiez, Fisher Lead Huskies over Northeastern Accounting for 21 and 20 points respectively, Co-Captains Julie Markiewicz and Bernie Fisher led the Husky attack against Northeastern to pick up their second victory against the Boston team, 72-54. Connecticut showed the spirit and fight which they had been seeking all season in running up their highest offensive scoring total of the schedule. Starting off with vitality, the Huskies led 20-13 aided by four successive hoops by .lulie Markiewicz early in the game. Con- necticut picked up 42 points in the first half of the game and came back to pile it up to the final whistle. Gadets Do It Again, 44 - 40 A quick visit to New London i11 the fifteenth game of the season proved disast1'ous for the UConn varsity as the Coast Guard made it vic- tory No. 2 against Connecticut. Witli the game progressing as did the first contest between the two teams, the lead changed hands several times but it was the Blue a11d White of the Academy which triumphed in a thriller, 44-40. lthody Sinaslied, 67 - 59 To Ulose Season A rippling 67-59 victory over a highly favored Rhode Island State basketball team topped off the 1944-45 season. Going into the final game with lihody with a record of four wins and eleven losses, the Blue and White hoopsters were far from favored as lihody invaded the Hawley Armory riding on the crest of a 1-L and 2 season. Little did Coach Keeney expect that he would receive his third defeat in as many sea- sons on the Storrs floor. fioinparatively speak- ing it was almost impossible for lihody to drop the game. Yet the unexpected happened and rightly so. ftio-fiaptain Julie Xlarkiewiez turned in the best performance of his basketball career with a scoring total of 26 points. The game started in typical lihody-lffionn fashion. Klar- kiewicz sank three straight hoops before two minute had elapsed and flonneetieut led by 8-3 with the crowd going wild. lihody caine right back again and again despite Connecticut rallies throughout the first half and at half time tln- Husky train lcd 29-21. lihody did just as ex- pected aftcr the first half and came bark to set the pace but their passes went wide and wild to prevent any definite threat. Xvith Markiewiez running up the score in the first half and then coming back for a repeat in the second, the llus- kies kept pounding on Keency's car. Yet the Rams were not out of the contest, Calverly sank some unbelievable one-handers from mid court to bring the score up to 44-38 in favor of Rhode Island. Being on the short end of the score, Con- necticut was back on the ball in an instant and the accurate shooting of Fisher and Alesevich pulled the score up to 54 all. Markiewiez's fol- low up gave Connecticut the lead 56-54 and then a very stirring Husky rally piled it on to 67-54 before the Rams recovered. Hickey. Herbert. and Alesevich led the timely rally and sounded the doom of Coach Keeney and his powder blue men. For Connecticut it was sweet revenge for the early season loss and the season closed with another victorious UConn-Bhody clashg tribute enough to the work of the squad and its coach. 1 ,,,m zllarlfiezricz Scores Again l . I Fm! Row, left zo right: DeMaria, Ogowa, Litsky, Gronau, Holm-Hansen. Serond Row, left to right: Ein- binder, Spitz, Wetstone, Coach Kessel. Coach Marcel Kessel's 1944 tennis men dropped their only match of the season to a more superior Wesleyan array by the score of 8 to 1. Luther Ogawa picked up the lone Connecticut score as he defeated K. Brown in a singles match, 4-6, 9-7, and 6-3. Due to the brevity of the season no letters were awarded but Heinz Groneau served as acting cap- tain throughout the year. Intramural Although most of the varsity sports were again active, the intramural league continued to hold a great deal of interest on campus. The intramural players produced more than their share of thrills and upsets in the course of a year. The various fraterni- ties fought fiercely for the coveted fraternity plaques, and the final results show S. A. E. on top in softball, Sigma Nu champs in touch football, and the Kappa Sigs reigning in basketball. During the spring the various fraternities formed their arrays, and several independent teams were re- cruited to form a very evenly matched league. Due to its size, the league was divided into two sections, and the winners in each section were matched for the championship. S. A. E. and the MXN boys emerged victorious in their respective leagues and were matched in the final struggle. The S. A. E. team soon removed any doubt as to the outcome, however, as they found their batting eyes early, and romped to a decisive triumph. In the fall the fraternities again offered stern com- petition for the touch football title. Due to the great interest and the number of teams, this league was also divided. As in the spring, Sigma Nu and S. A. E. topped their respective fraternity rivals and were matched for the championship. The tables were turned this time, however, as the X boys won 01112 after a terrific struggle by a 26-21 score. A week later Sigma Nu met the 6th Column, strongest independent team, and were defeated by a very close 14-12 score. 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Baldwin, Governor of lln: Slilllf of Comm-rlirul, Presnlcnl ex ollwlu ....... . ...... . ......................... . .......... Alonzo C. Crave, C0lllllll'Sl0llCI' of Emliu-alifm, Blcxnlwr ox ollivio .. Olcotl F. King, COIIIIIII loner of Agrirullnrc. AlCIlllll'l' ox ollivin llllh llarlfuril . llarlforel . llilflfllfll APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR Mrs. Ruth Daclourian, 19-I5 ...... ...... ......... ..................... Lewis Fox, Secretary, 19-15 ....... .. Jalncs W. Hook, 19-I7 ............. .. Edward J. McDonough, Jr.. 1947 .... . . Arlllur M. Mitchell, 19-li' ....... .. Francis S. Murphy. 1945 .. Samuel R. Spencer, 1945 . ELECTED BY ALUMNI . llarlforil . llarlforml Now llavun . llnrlfnrcl Xvihllillglllll . llarlforel . . Sullivlml Xvillgu-d Eddy, ,,, . . Yl'I'lHlll. NPN Yllfls J. Ray W. Ryun, , , ..,....... . . Nvwillfllbll EXECUTIVE CO M Ml'l'Tl'll9l OF THE BOARD Mr. Spencer. Cliairnrln cw ollin-io. Blrs. Daulnnrian Nl:-f-r-. liulnly. l-lm. Si-4-ru-tary. Murphy. 4 Nlfllllllllllgll. Ryan THE UNIVERSITY Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. PTGSid9flf Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Leonard C, Ricgio University Comptroller TIIE SEIIIIIILS Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate Schooll' Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Wilfred B. Young, M.S. Acting Dean of the College of Agriculture Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S. Acting Director of Agricultural Egctension William Leroy Slate, B.S. Acting Director of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station Wilfred B. Young, M.S. Director of the Ratclife Hicks 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 Economics Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Dean of the School of Education and Acting Dean of the Graduate School Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LLB. Dean of the School of Business Administration 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 Nursing Dean of the School of Social Work Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Acting Dean of the School of Law and Acting Dean of the College of Insurance Institute of General and Applied Arts and Sciences TIIE IIIVISIIINS Arwood Stanley Nortllby, Ph.D. Director of Student Personnel Sumner Alvord Dole, M.A. Assistant Director in Charge of Men Mildred Pearl French, A.M. Assistant Director in Charge of Women Joseph Raymond Gerherich, Pl1.D. Director of Testing T011 leave for war service, military or civil Henry Cecil Tenney, M.S. ' Assistant Director in Charge of Registration, Records and Admissions Marjorie Warren Smith, A.B. Registrar Arthur Lewin Knoblauch, Ed D. Director of the Summer Session, University Extension Paul Alcorn, B.A. and Education by Radio University Librarian Edward George Van Bibber, M.P.E. Director of Physical Education and Athletics? Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S. Acting Director of the Division of Physical Education Ralph Lawrence Gilman, Walter Stemmons, B.S. and Athletics M.D. University Physician Editor of University Publications Michael Francis'M0fHtt, F.A., U.S.A. . Professor of Military Science and Tactics TIIE UNIVERSITY SENATE Ex Ojficio Members: Messrs. Jorgensen, Gentry, Whetten, Newton, Ackerman, Brammel, Lampe, Knoblauch, Northby, Young, Miss Berg- strand and Mrs. Widmer Elective Members for the L. H. Amundson E. O. Anderson H. Arjona W. F. Cheney, Jr. J. O. Christian F. Couey Elective Members for the J. H. Barnett QW. A. Bousfield R. L. Gilman N. W. Hosley E. R. Kline A. I. Mann Elective Members for the R. C. Baldwin R. G. Bressler. Jr. A. J. Brundage W. H. Carter, Jr. F. A. Ferguson M. Kessel period ending June 30, 1948: S. A. Doyle W. H. Kinsey P. E. Pfuetze Martha Potgieter C. H. W. Sedgewick A. E. Waugh period ending June 30, 1947: J. A. Manter P. L. Putnam H. A. Rollins H. M. Scott M. R. White R. W. Yingling period ending June 30, 1946: W. L. Kulp J. B. Lucke E. A. Moore E. A. Perregaux W. Stemmons G. S. Torrey College ol Agriculture Albert Nels Jorgensen, l'h.ll., l.l,.lJ. President of the lfltitwrsity Charles Burt Gentry, MS. in Agr. Ilean of tlue lfrtitw-rsity Wilfred ll. Young, MS. Acting Dean of the Collage of Agricultun- Director of the Ifalcliffe Iliclfs School of Agritrnltun' Raymond Kingsley Clapp, US. Acting Director of Agricultural Ifxtt-nsiun Wllllillll Leroy Slate, ILS. Acting Ilirvrtor of the Storrs Agricultural If.rperirnr'nt Station George Newton Alpaugli, HS. Assistant Instructor in Iiotlvnt Control' Corinne Robinson Alsop Assistant State Supervisor, I5lIllfl'f.f0Illfj' Farm Labor Elmer Olin Anderson, MS. Associate Professor of Dairy' Intlustry Frank Fay Atwood, ILS. Assistant lftlitor' Mary Surgenor linker, 8.5. Assistant Instructor in Dairy Industry llnrold Westcott Baldwin, BS. Assistant lftlitor Leonard Phelps Ball Assistant State Supervisor, Izrrtergvnry Farm Labor Esther Dodge llurnett, M.A. Assistant Iftlitor Raymond George Brcssler, Jr., MS. Associate Professor of Agricultural Ifconotntcs' lienjtnnin Arthur Brown, MS. Associate Professor of Agronomy Laura-May Spain Brown, A.l3. Assistant Instructor Augustus Jackson Brundage Professor of Agricultural H.rtensiou antl State Qt-II Club I.t'atlt'r Floyd Mayo Callward, BS. Associate Professor of Forestry' Raymond Kingsley Glapp, ILS. Professor of Agricultural Ifxtension. County Aga-nt Imatlt,-r Fred A. Glarcnhaeli, PILD. Associate Professor of Agricultural Ixcononucs Leo Joseph Cotnoir. .lr.. ll.A. Graduate' Assistant in Agronomy Bradford Dean Crossmon, MS. Assistant Professor of Farm illanagt-nu-at George Xvcsley Crowthcr, MSc. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Iungtnevrtng Marion Evans Dakin, US. Associate Professor of Nutrition Ford Curtis Daugherty, MS. Associate Professor of Animal Ilusluuulry Henry Dorsey. PILD. l'f0fl'-QSUF 'Pl -'lHf""""'P' Leonard Reynolds Dowd. MS..-X. Associate Professor of Itatry Iutlustry Paul H. Erwin ' Assistant State Supervisor. l3Ill0l'gt'lll'j' larrn I.ulmr Mordecai Lionel Gabriel. l'l1.D. Instructor in tit-nctics Donald Clifton Gaylord. BS. E Assistant Professor of Animal lluslmntlry Rebecca Gilford, D.V.M. Instructor in .-lnimal llist-uses S011 leave for war service, military or civil tmorg.: l'v:r-:nal 4.ood.-srl, lir, .lssistntrt Prufruur in Poultn lllltlrttlltlfj l.ltLtrlull-- houlluiti, lS,X, .lnistftnt Stulr Sup.-riimr, lflfirrg-'tim Iurux lttllor Fargnli l'.ltt.iln-tl: boi-.ir-l, ll,X .luixlunl Inwtruttor in Ilorttultulr l,oltl'tx-'nl l,luri-tl.nn t.r.nl, Nlb. .l11i1t1tnt I'loIlt-not in Ihztrw Intluatru llarnlll llotuvr llal--. ltr, .lwiatnnt Instruttor in lninufl ltiirnwa' lla-:url ,l.mv- ll-lllklllfull. l'll.ll, .luixtnnt Profruor nf Ilairs Intltntn XYilli.nn l"r-'tl'-ri.-It ll.-nry, Nl S, Inatrurtor in .lutirultural l.'-'onotnit U' liulwrt Grrg ll.-pliurn. ILS, .lnoa'iutu' I'rufa'unr uf l t-4.-tulilr lianlvnin: lA'e'IIIlnl"e' lltt-lvy. l'll.ll, .luorilltr Profruor of llurmtrx ltllll lt iltllijt- lltlll1IL1l'lllt'lIl llallu-rinv lun Iltlllflflllll, ILS. .luivtunl Inwtrurtor in Ilaily Intluutn ,llllllt'- Ltlhvll lljln'-, l'll.ll. I'rnft'uur nf .SIIIAIIIIILIY liolu-rt lflu-in-rt-r John-on. XLS. ,l.KSlN'iIlll' Profvunr of litlllj' Intluxtry Roy lfnlwill jane- Prof:-nor uf Poultry Ilniliamlry lfrwiu ls-opolul ,lnngln-rr. Il,Al.Y, I'rofvuur of .llllllllll Ili-rawn llnrriul liralrirt' Kali-on. HS. Assistant Instructor in .lnilnul Ili-4-aww Alalvolni llvmlvr-on Kerr. ALS. Assistant Prof.-nor nf ,lnilnal Ilutluuulry' ttln loan to Winullmiiu tiounlsl Allan Yin-lor King, Al.5. Instrurlor in .lgronnun Alerlv Sharon Klinrl.. ll.5..K., ll,S.Al.l'1. ,-Ixsociutu I'rofv,uor of .'lgrit'ulturaI Ifltgitn-rring Xvalter l.andant'r. l'ln.Il. Prof:-nor nf firm-tin llarru-l lzltxaln-lll lmngl.-y. lib, ,-lssistallt Instructor in ,lgronotny Stanley llarliyllt l,on4'lt-. ll 5. .-lssistaltt Stats' Sttp4'rt'i.wr, l':llI4'l'g4'lll'y farm lt:-tiff l.i-lwtli Alnrllonalnl. li.N. .tlswixtaat Instrurtor of ltural Ile-altlt Allwrt Irving Nlann. ALS. ,-ltwwialv Prof'-nor of Ilairy' Inaluftrx Janie- llvrlu-rt Alarlt, N.Nl.ll. ,luoriatv I'ruft-nur of Itairy Intlustry l.lojul llanie-l Hallo-r-on, l'li.l3. ,lniwtnnt Profruor of Poultry Iluvlrunrlrs' Artlltlr liunvllo Alvrrill, ll.S, I'ruf4'uur of Illllfj' Illllllllfy ,llbllll Turner Sl:-rrill. Lll, .luistant Iftlitor' tflarn-new ,lolin Wlillvr, MS. Inslrurtor in ,lurirulturul Ixrotwnmw' . . . . , lzelxun l.uu-oln xlllklfll. lll.ll. .lniwttmt I'roftna-tor of .llllllltll Iliwrtuw Rt-N ,l. Nlltflllllltltl, Alb. .luiytaut I'rofv,uur nf qlgrirultural Izronumirt llvlvll lljtlllllvrl Alu-rlvf. Rufus l'll.IIll Alun-vll, Nlb. ,Iuixtunt Profuuor of .lurunornj ,lanu-s Stanley tim-um-, NLF. I'roft--for nf ,l!fflll"l7lj ,lolin Ki-nnvtll Paltnrr ,luixtant Inwtrurtor 'If.H.l'. III1,lt't'IllI'I Inxtrnrtur in Gvltvtirw Roland Harrison Patch, M.S. Assistant Professor of Floriculture Harold Oliver Perkins, M.L.A. Assistant Professor of Landscape Gardening Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Pl1.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics Dorothy Edmunds Petrie, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Wayne Norman Plastridge, Ph.D. Professor of Animal Diseases Alton Millett Porter, Ph.D. Assocuzte Professor of Vegetable Gardening? Paul Lee Putnam, M.S. Professor of Farm Management, State Labor Supervisor Leo Frederick Rettger, Ph.D. Professor of Animal Diseases Howard Arthur Rollins, M.S. Professor of Pomology Ruth Tower Russell, B.S. Associate Professor of Home Economics, State Home Demonstration Leader Loy Luther Sammet, M.Sc. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering August Frederick Schulze, M.S. Instructor in Animal Diseases Harold Martin Scott, Ph.D. Professor of Poultry Husbandry Stanley Kilbourne Seaver, M.S. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics? Harry Wilber 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 Frieda A. Sloop, M.S. Emergency War Food Assistant Franklin Wallburg Southwick, Ph.D. ' Assistant Professor of Pomology Walter Stemmons, B.S. Editor 'f0n leave for war service, military or civil David Nutting Stiles . Assistant State Supervisor, Emergency Farm Relief Gladys Elizabeth Stratton, M.A. Associate Professor of Home Management Norman Paul Tedrow, B.S. Extension Soil Conservist Katherine Amanda Tingley, M.A. Assistant Professor of Clothing Elsie Trabue, B.S. Associate Professor of Agricultural Extension, Assistant 4-H Club Leader Owen Smith Trask, B.S. Instructor in Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture and 4-H Clubs Doris Gardner Trowbridge, A.A. Assistant Instructor in Animal Disease Nathan Laselle Whetton, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociology? Albert Edmund Wilkinson, M.S.A. , Professor of Vegetable Gardening Leander Farnham Williams, M.S. Assistant Professor of Animal Diseases Edgar Zwilling, Ph.D. Instructor in Genetics College of Arts and Sciences Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Janet Mora Aitken, M.A. Instructor in Geology Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. A Associate Professor of Chemistry Homero Arjona, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Frank Fay Atwood, BS. .fisgismmr tj,,il.,.,-,g,,. 1,',m,,,u Robert Chester Baldwin, I'h.U. Associate Professor of Pltiloaoplzp' David llenry Barlow, Second Lieutenant, Infantry, lfj, X, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tm-ti.,-1 Esther Dodge Barnett, MA. Assistant Ifnicvrsity Iftlilur James llarwood Barnett, l'h.D. Associate Profc.nor of Sociology' Harwood Seymour Belding, l'h.IJ. Associate l'rof:-.mor of Zoology' Franklin George Benson, Stall' Sergeant, Infantry lIl,l'I.Nl.l,.t ll.O.'l'.C. Assistant to the Professor of Military Scif-acc autl 'l'at-tics David James Blick, MS. Instructor in Cltctuixtry Westtill Ashmore Bouslield, l'h.lJ. Associate I'rofc.-mor of lisycltology joseph Brown, Jr., A.M. Associate Professor of I-'orcign l.angttagt-s Ralph llenry Brown, MA. Instructor in Iirtglislt' lfdwin Crant Burrows, l'h.lJ. Assistant Professor of I'sycltoIogy Martin Cary Burton, Jr., M.M. Instructor in Music' Ralph ,ludson Bushnell, l'h.D. Assistant I'rofc.-:sor of Cent-tics Eric Walter Carlson, M.A. Instructor in linglixlz William Harrison Carter, Jr., l'h.D. Professor of Ifconomics Charles C. Chakerian, li'h.D., B.D. Lecturer in Sociology I0u staff of Ilartfortl Seminary Flllllllltlllltlll Rohert C. Challman, l'h.D. Associate Professor of Psychology I0u stuff of Norwich State Ilospitall William Fitch Cheney, lr., Ph.D. Professor of tllatlxcmaticx ,lose ill Orlean Christian, B.S. I . n I 1 Associate Professor of Physical Iudttcattou William Rose Clark, A.M. Instructor in Ifnglisla Virginia Lee Close. BA. Graduate Assistant in Ilistory and f,oct-rnnu-nt Lewis ll, Cohen, I'h.D., M.D. Associate Professor of Psychology f0n stuff of Norwich Stan- Ilospitalt Erhen Cook, Jr., l'h.D. Assistant Professor of tllatlicmatics Wellllllll Burnham Cook, l'h.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Arsenic Croteau, MA. Professor of Foreign Languages Dorothy Culp. l'h.D. Assistant Professor of Goccrurucnt l.ucretia B. Cunningham, M.S.Sv. Instructor in Sociology f0n staff of Council of Social Agencies of Ilurtfortll Olga Elena DeCillis, l'h.D. Instructor in Psychology Russell Myles lJeCoursey. l'h.D. Professor of Zoology Roxie Bell Diver. MA. Instructor in Physical Htlttfalitvl Reinhold August Dorwart, l'h.D. Associate Professor of Ilistory' Neal Frank Doubleday. Ph.D. Instructor in Ifnglislz Justin Vary Emerson, BA. Instructor in Ifrnglf-'hi George John Englehart. Ph.D. Instructor in English Charles Kingsbury Ewing. MS. Instructor in Bactt-riologi' Frank Alexander Ferguson, MA. Pralcsxm' at Pl'5'5lC5 'On leave for war service, military or civil llonaltl lionlum lri-ldf-, F----on-,I Lifut-rxunt, lnlsnlry, l .B L .lssialttnt I't'u,lrxnuf ull llllimf, 5,j,.,,,,, ,Hut fukin, l..1rl lr-folrrtrl. l'...'lo-r, SLK, .lnixtftlrl Professor llcrlwrt lrlliur lirslnrr, Xljl, ,l,,.,.,. Fllu-lions llvlusrolt tQ,,l,fi.-It H X Urrrtltuttr Juan lfri-o-tomo li.irri.n, l.ilt.ll, Instructor Xllwrt l"r.mlt llcgv-nlnvilurr, ll.X. Xttgtx-t.: ll, 41:-rlu-rirlx, Lll. Sibllllll' liinnuiuoto, X.li. Instructor William Xlurmy Hood, Jr., LB, Urruluott- Xllwrl llonu-wood tlri-hold, lib, lin? Jutlr- lillyff, I' Prof:-nor of Play si: tt . .lr . ull Iillj Ht nt .tltttuttntt :lr I'lnfa-ssur ut llgtstt' nntunt in Pun Iaolo.:m in Iiorrisn l.AIlI.fllltJr! In atrurtor in Ifnsli all ' Illillltt tor in I'on-iso Iniutnut in Inwtrurtor ill lIl!Illlf I.lHl.fHtt:t'i lfln-miotrx Ill 'IIN mira I Ifrlurotion Norma lim- llolnnn--, Nljl, l,,,l,,,,-,,,, in wwf, llugh Wylit- llunlcr, I'h lt, ,l..i.1,,,,1 l',,,l,.,,,,, ul lfllniu. J1"H'fs I-"l"'ll llf'l""- lilhll. Prof'-nor of Sociolobfx W'illi1un ll.nid 1.114--itll. 'l'e-rlunical Sergeant. lnfantrx llll'Nll r lltl'l't' ' .i..... ...., .Iuixtunt to tln' Professor of .llilitory Scictuv' olul 'liuctim Marin- Jn l'1v ll-. li. X. Crmluatt' .luivtant in S traf iologv .lohn llonard ,lpn -'on l 1-oo n. l'ln.l!, .Is wtra' into Prof :'wwat r of Ifngliwli' llirharel Ile-rln-rt .ILll'lIllll, NIS. lnwlructor in lfltcmislry ' liar e'a- l Ke'--cl. l'll.ll. .I swtz cialc Profc wwtu r of Ifnulivlt lilllll'll'- .Kiln-rl Kind, l'h.lI. Instructor in lfli 4-r1 :fun hVt'lllll'll llomcr Kin-ry, Mal. .lu attr into Prof t'1w4t r of Pln-in l'll"lll'sl Bay Kline. I'h.ll. A. wrtr cialv Prof a's1:: r of lfltcruiwtrs Wall:-r I.:-roy Knlp, l'h.Il. l'rof v'ww:n r of llactvriology llarrict ,lane Knpft-ra-r. B S, ,Iswixtuut Instructor in Pltyvicol Ifaluf-ation Anthony Patrick Kurdal, BS. fifllllllllll' .lnintant in lflu-tuiwtrx lloln-rt Sm-lcy l.lllllll'. .X.ll. Instructor in I'Iunim' xiillllillll Norris Leonard. Nil. .'l3Sl3IllIlI Profvuor of Ifconolniru' Bernhard Ulaf Johan l,innt-told. MA lnwtructor in Horvruno-nt liharlv- li2ll'lll0lHIlll'h laonlmrdo, l.ltt.ll. Instructor in Iioro-ivull IJIIISIIIIIPK john llc:-ke-r l.nckv. l'h.ll. .Ii1lN'IlIIl' Prof:-nor nf fivology' lfalwnrd lllillwr Nlanrlu--ter, Nl. K. Inwtrurlor in Ifnxliwli' .lo-rauld .Xruiingtou Mant.-r. BS. .'I,uut'i11I4' I'rnfo'1snr nf Ifttlolttnlngy Nt-l-on Nlar-lull. l'ln.It. .-Iuiytont Profcwor of Zoolozv lzlnw- .Xnuln-is 51-.nrlnorough Fit-l'c-'L. I'I:.It. .Ii1m'i1tl:' I'rufo'11nr uf Iillgliwlt th-orgc Edgar Nl--ll:-ynold-. l'h.lt. .Isworintv Prof'-nur of liorcrnm:-ut' rs l .5..X. Flin-Inu-l l"r.lnrx- Nlollitl. Nlajor. l'l-'lvl Xrtlllc Q. l'rof:-Mor of .llilitltfy Sfivttr-' IIIHI 'liftftiff John lforhrnn Xlonttolllcry. lllhll. ,-lui.-ttfxltt Prof.-uor nf llntlxcrnatirx Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D. Professor of History Frederick Albert Mote, Jr., Ph.D. ,E Assistant Professor of Psychology' Howard Douglas Newton, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Carl Gustaf Allan Nordling, Ph.D. D Assistant Professor of Mathematics William Dillard Orbison, Ph.D. Instructor in Psychology Elsie Eleanor Paulson, M.A. . Assistant Professor of Physical EdllClltl07l Laurence Raymond Penner, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology Paul Eugene Pfuetze, M.A., B.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy Allan Higgins Pickard, A.B. Graduate Assistant in History Joseph Prescott, Ph.D. Instructor in English Sarah Thorpe Ramage, Ph.D. Instructor in English John Stewart Rankin, Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology Victor Alexander Rapport, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociologyi: Helen Gertude 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 Bandon Saul, Ph.D. Professor of English Andre Schenker, M.A. Associate Professor of History Betty Jane Shrieber, B.A. Assistant Instructor in English Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S. Associate Professor of Chemistry Howard Arnold Seckerson, M.A. Professor of English Unade Bames Seckerson, B.A. Instructor in English Charles Hill Wallace Sedgewick, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics Rose Sedgewick, Ph.D. Instructor in Mathematics Rubin Segal Instructor in Music f0n staff of Julius Hartt School of Musicl Fritz Semmler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Walter Stemmons, B.S. University Editor Henry Gruber Stettler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology Paul Nason Taylor, A.M. Assistant Professor of Economics Thomas Thale, M.D. Instructor in Psychology f0n staff of Norwich State Hospitalj Winthrop Tilley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English George Safford Torrey, A.M. Professor of Botany Edward George VanBibber, M.P.E. Associate Professor of Physical Educationi Raymond Harold Wallace, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Botany Richard Andrew Wargo, B.P.E. o Instructor in Physical Education Robert Warnock, Jr., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English Albert Edward Waugh, M.S. Professor of Economics Stanley Edward Wedburg, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Bacteriologyi' Nathan Laselle Whetton, Ph.D. Professor of Rural Sociology' Donald Sigsbee White, B.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Max Richard White, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Govemment Vinton Esten White, A.B. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology Robert Ellsworth Will, M.A. Assistant Professor of English' Lawrence Willson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English James William Yates, M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert Wright Yingling, M.A. Associate Professor of Music Sohool of Business Administration 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., LLB. Dean and Professor of Insurance Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Associate Professor of Business Education and Secretarial Studies Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Ruth Bosworth M.A. ' Assistant Professor of 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 D0l'0fhY CHIP, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Government Karl Peter Hanson, B.S. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering On leave for war service, military or clvll James Henry Healey, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Business Administration William Lawrence Lomax, Jr., M.B,A, Associate Professor of lndustry' Samuel Charles McMillan, M.B.A. Assistant Professor of .llarlseting Rex J, Morthland, M.A. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics' Raymund Alexander Ross, M.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting Elizabeth S. I-I. Scott, B.S. Instructor in Secretarial Studies tpart timel Cecil Cage Tilton, M.S., M.B.A. Associate Professor of Business Administration Sohool ol Education Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Paris Roy Brannnell, Ph.D. Dean and Professor of Education Frank Howard Ash, M.A. Associate Professor of Business Education and Secretarial Studies Marion J. Blaha, Ph.D. Instructor in Education David James Blick, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry Ruth Bosworth, M.A. Instructor in Secretarial Studies Weston Ashmore Bouslield, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Augustus Jackson Brundage Professor of Agricultural Extension, State -I-Il Club Leader Catherine May Campbell, MS. Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education Wiilliam Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Joseph Orlean Christian, BS. V l Associate Professor of Physical Education Fred Coney, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Arsene Crolean, A.M. Professor of Foreign Languages Russell Myles DeCoursey, Ph.D. Professor of Zoology Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Professor of Education Joseph Raymond Cerberich, l"h.D. l Associate Professor of Education William Theodore Grnhn, Ph.D. i Associate Professor of Education John Howard Jacobson, Ph.D. Q ' Associate Professor of English Wilma Belknap Keyes, B.S. Assistant Professor of .-lrt Welltlell Homer Kinsey, A.M. Associate Professor of Physics Lillis Lucille Knappenberger. A.M. 1 h ' n Associate Professor of Home IZFDIIUUIIFS llflltflltlvtl Arthur Lewis Knoblanch, Ed.D. Professor of Education Dorothy Marie Knoell, AB. Graduate Assistant in Education Edmund Arthur Moore. l"l1.D. PFUIPSSUV ef Hfifltfi' Arwood Stanley Norlhby. Ph.D. Q U Associate Professor of lnrlucatton 'On leave for war service, military or civil .hllllll Miller!! Porter, l'll,Il, .lasorintr l'tnfvnor nf llortirttlturr' .lu-vplnitw Xl.: Hog.-r-, HA. ,luociute I'ruf.-nur nf I'ln ,Intl I,-tlttt't,t!it.tlt Daniel l'ftnnnu--I Strom lttstructor in l.'tlnt'nti..n lflznretnfv- .Xelntn Wt-in-r, l'h Il, .lsiocintr Prof'-nor uf I.'iIut'ntinn R"l"'H unfit-Till Yilllllitlg, Nfl. ."!1lN'illIl' I'rufrnnr uf Unsir Sthool ol iiilllFlll00l'lIllF P B Alhert Nt-ls Jorge-u-un, l'In.ll,, I,l,,D, Pri-sitio-nt of the l'nit'a-nity Charles llurt Gentry, XLS. in .-Xgr. Dean of the l.'nit'a-r.sitv John llarold Lampe, ll,l'fngr. Dean and Professor of Electrical Engim-4-ring l,aurence Ju-tin Aoki-rtnan, .-MH., l.l..ll. Profcunr of lllillftlllft' Eranvi- lan- Ca-tletnan, Jr.. D51-. Profeswor of tlit-il l':IlHilll't'fl.llALI hvriilllllll lfilch lillt'Ilt'y, Jr., l'h.ll. Professor of .llathctnntici Charles llenry Coogan, XLS.. Nl.l'1. Assistant Professor of .lleclutnical Ifltgittev-ritig Frank Alexander liergn-on. KLA. Professor of I'liysics Frederick Philip Fiscln-r, BLS. Assistant Professor of Electrical I'ittgitn-vring Edward Victor Cant, MS. Assistant Professor of lficil Euginecritig lva NCWIIIZIII Cove Instructor in Iflcctrical lX'll,LfIllt't'l'lIlH Karl Peter llilllittll. ll.S. Professor of .llechanical I.'ttgitu':'ring Robert D. llart Assistant Instructor of Electrical Ettgitn-ering Thomas Sparling llargrt-an-s, NLS. Instructor in .llcclutnicol h'IlyiIl4't'I'illg Richard King, MS. Instructor in lficil Ett,uilte:'ritty' Earl Russell Moore, ll.5. Instructor in .lleclutnicul Iz'ttgitu'critn.: Paul llarry Nelson, ILS. in l'1.l'i,. All. Assistant Professor of Iflcctrical En,uitu-ering Yvilliutn l.iltcll Raytnond. Jr.. BS. Instructor in ffiril Ifngitu-1-ring llcnry Jznncs Rockel. l'h.lJ, .-lssixtant Professor of English llarold Spt-tn-cr S4'llht'llis. MS. .-lssistnnt Professor of lfltrmistry Erich l'lit-hard Stephan. Nl. 5. Assistant Professor of ,llecltnniral lfngitn-1-ring Cecil lingo- Tilton. MS.. Nl.ll.A. Associate Professor of littsitu-ss .'ldtnini.wtration' Crt-gory Stephen Titno-lurnho, l'h.ll. .Aissociotv Professor of Iflcctrical l'.llQilll'I'fIIIQ Kt'llllClll fit-in Tippy. NLF. U .-lssociatc Professor of lfiril lznginef-ring Arthur Nelson Yanderlip. Nl.lf.l'i, ,lssocinto Professor of lfiril I1'IlQillPl'fiIIQ. Eric .'xI'llllll' XY-lllltivf. SED. ' . l . .-lssocinte I'rnft-ssor of lclcctrical I'.ll2lllf'l'f'lIlIl4 Graduate School Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Nathen Laselle Wlletteli, Ph.D. Dean of the Graduate School Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Acting Dean of the Graduate School X011 leave for war service, military or civil Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B. Professor of Insurance Laurence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry? Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Homero Arjona, Ph.D. I Associate Professor of Foreign Languages James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology Harwood Seymour Belding, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Zoology? Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S. Professor of Home Economics Weston Ashmore Bousfleld. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology Paris Roy Brammell, Ph.D. Professor of Education Raymond George Bressler, Jr., MS. Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics 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 Economicsk Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc. Professor of Civil Engineering Robert C. Challman, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology William Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Wendall Burnham Cook, Ph.D. Q Associate Professor of Chemistryil 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, MS. in Agr. Professor of Education Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D. Assocuite Professor of Education William Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Karl Peter Hansen, B.S. Professor of Mechanical Engineering Neil Wetmore Hosley, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Forestry and Wildlife Management Hugh Wylie Hunter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physicsi' James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer Jolmson, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Erwin Leopold Jungherr, D.M.V. Professor of Animal Diseases Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D. Professor of Education Walter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D. Professor of Bacteriology John Harold Lampe, D.Engr. ' Professor of Electrical Engineering Walter Landauer, Ph.D. Professor of Gel1GliCS James Andrew Scarborough Marlafek, l'ln.lJ. Associate l'rofa.s-mr of lfngliyh George Edgar Mr:R4:ynoldh, l'h.lJ. flsxociala l'rof1f,-nor of fjmwrfglm-,,1' lfzllfllllllll Arthur Moore, l'h.lJ. l'rf,j,.,,,,,. nf llixwm. lloward Douglas Newton, l'h.lJ, l'I'Ull'.13Ill' nf lflu-miury lldmund Adrian Pcrregaux, l'h.ll. Profmsxor of flgrirrullnral lfrouornirx Alton Millet! Porter, l'll.l7. llxsoclalre Professor of lfugrlrzlmlr' flanla-ning Martha Potgeiter, l'h.ll. Associate l'rof4ex.-for of Foods and Nutrition l':nll l.ee llllllllllll, MS. Profuxxor of Farm .llanagwrwnt Coorge llrandon Saul, l'l1.lJ. l'rolvx.-mr of lfngli-sl: llarold Martin Scott, l'll.lJ. Prolexxor of Poultry lluxlfamlry Howard Arnold Scvkernon, M.A. l'roI4-.s.sor ol lingliwlz ,loneph Clement Shaw, l'h ll. Associate l'rofvsxor of llairy lmluxlry George Salford Torrey, A.M. Professor of Ifolany Raymond llarold Wallace, l'h,lD. Associate Professor of llolany Alhert lidnumd Waugh, MS. Prof:-xsor of lfCllll0lllll'.i Clarence A. Yvvher, I'h.D. xlssociale Professor ol Hflucalion Natlnm lalselle Wllettoll, l'h.l'l. Professor of Rural Sociology' Max Riellard White, l'll.l3. fl.-rsocialo Professor of CUl'l'l'IlllIPlll School of Home Econolnitzs Albert Nels Jorgensen. l'h.D., I.L.D. V ' Prexidonl of ilu' l'lll1'l'I'.illj' Charles llurt Gentry. MS. in Agr. Dean of flu' lfrxiw-rsily Evnlyn Sophia llergslraml, MS. Dean llllll Professor of llllllll' lavonornuzw Ruth Amelia Allen. MS. V 1 flsxislant Professor of Clothing and .'lrI Helen Stevens Anderson, BS. ' . ' Assistant Instructor in Home lzconormrs llnrwood Seymour Belding. l'l1.l7. , .-lssociale Professor of Zoology" Catherine Mary Calnplwll. MA. i . Assistant Professor of Home l'fr'ormmit's IUIIUCHIIUII Marjorie Beebe Carter Q 1 .-lssislunt lnslrnctor in llornv lzronomtvx William Harrison Carter. .lr.. l'h.D. V I Professor of l'.l'0II0llllt'S Marion Evans linkin. BS. .-lssoviare Professor of .Yulriliou Olga Elena Det-illis. PILD. Inslrnrmr in Psyclmlvgy Clnlrlotte Irvin Dutch. MA. .'lSSlSllllIl Professor nf .-lrl Frank Alexander Ferguson. MA. l'fl'll'5-mf Uf lilU'Fi4'5 Mildred Pm-1 Frm-11. AM. Prvfvs-for of Ilvfm' Hff"w"'ff-f 'On leave for war service, military or civil Xlirc llln.ipln,n1ll4-lun. 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H5- Ilrllll nl lln' Srlluul lull xllfllllif Rnlwrl llllI'fll'I' lialflttin. l'll.ll. ,Iunriqlr l'fn,l':-nur nil l'llrl1nnpln Jq mgt- plline X. llolan, lli.. ll.X. luslrurlor in Yurwfnr Ralph l..mr--n --.' flilnmn, Nl ll.. lf. X.4f.l'. lrllllffillf' l'la'- llflflll lillllflfe Kllwrt liinvl. l'l1.ll. lnwlrzzrlor in ffl lf'l niwlry yQ'ull,.r ly,-,,y hulp, I'h.ll. l'rufr wwfr r nj If rzf' Ivrlolohrv' l.i-lrelll Nlavllonalwl. KN, ,luiflfxnl l'roffHHr of Rural llrfzlllt Jann-F Xmlreh Sl'.ll'll'1f'llllZlI NI--IH--vi.. Phill. lfuurivzlr lrnfrunr ul ffflillvll Delia Newton, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Nursing William Dillard Orbison, Ph.D. Instructor in Psychology Josephine Ala Rogers, M.A. Associate Professor of Physical Education Elizabeth Rogge, M.S. Assistant Professor of Foods and Nutrition Meridith Runner, Ph.D. Instructor in Zoology Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S. Associate Professor of Chemistry Henry Gruber Stetler, Ph.D. l Assistant Professor of Sociology College ol Pharmacy CLocated at New Haven, Conn.l Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D. Dean of the College of Pharmacy Robert Hugh Alcorn, LL.M. Instructor in Pharmaceutical Law? Bruno Bacchiocchi, B.S. fPhar.l Assistant Instructor in Pharmacyi' Leslie Burns Barrett, Ph.C. , Professor of Biology and Pharmacognosy Courtney Craig Bishop, M.D. Instructor in First Aid? Harry Mayer Eudowe, M.S. Instructor in Biochemistry Horace James Fuller, B.A. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Thomas Hannigan Instructor in First Aid Josephine Izzo, B.S. Assistant Instructor in Biological Science Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Augustus Andrew Maier, B.S. fPhar.l Professor of Chemistry Regiano Marini, B.S. CPhar.J Assistant Instructor in Chemistry Chester Andrew Potrepka, B.S. fPhar.l Assistant Instructor in Chemistry and Physics Thomas R. Robinson, D.C.L. Instructor in Pharmaceutical Law iOn leave for war service, military or civil Richmond Malley Rudden, M.A. Instructor in English' William John Strange, M.A. Instructor in Mathematics Harley Steward Thompson, B.A. Instructor in English Wallace Fletcher White, M.S. Instructor in Pharmacology and Physiology Wlalter Royalstone Williams, B.S. CPha1-.J Instructor in Chemistry Earle Zeigler, M.A. Instructor in German llatclilfe Hicks School ol Agriculture Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr. Dean of the University Wilfred B. Young, M.S. Director of Ratclife Hicks School of Agriculture Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry George Wesley Crowther, M.Sc. Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering Ford Curtis Daugherty, M.S. Associate Professor of Animal- Husbandry Leonard Reynolds Dowd, M.S.A. Associate Professor of Dairy Industry Donald Clifton Gaylord, B.S. Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry Robert Gregg Hepburn, B.S. Associate Professor of Vegetable Gardening Neil Wetmore Hosley, Ph.D. ' Associate Professor of Forestry and Wildlife Management Robert Ebenezer Johnson, M.S. A Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry Erwin Leopold Jungherr, D.M.V. , Professor of Animal Diseases Merle Sharon Klinck, B.S.A., B.S.M.E. Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering Arthur Ronello Merrill, B.S. Professor of Dairy lndustry Roland Harrison Patch, M.S. Associate Professor of Floriculture Edmund Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics Harold Oliver Perkins, M.L.A. Assistant Professor of Landscape Gardening Paul Lee Putnam, M.S. Professor of Farm Management Harold Martin Scott., Ph.D. Professor of Poultry Husbandry utr uh' LT! I ummm 0F PHARMACY VT an 'UT 11? 'iv Q, , w an --11 tif!! v UT U5 'Ill F37 ' , Dean HENRY S. JOHNSON University of Connecticut, College of Pharmacy I W 1 Rlchaid D1 ew Dick 604 William St Bridgepor that now Hobby Photography Aftlvltzer APhA 2 3 4 Rh 1 Stephen Melnlck Steve' 1236 North Main St Waterbury Favorite Sayzng Whatta guy Hobby Radio Artivztler Senior Class Vice President Left for Service Jan 1945 ll .' all Q l' , f - l, . t 4. ', Favorite Saying: "Well I wouldn't say ' I 'i " U V U ' " x . . . , , , o Ch' S i ' 5 Honorary Society Pauline Elizabeth Dunbar 'fpazzyf Wilford Rd., Branford Favorite Saying: "Let's have a party" Hobby: Horseback riding AL'li1filir?J.' Class Secretary 2, Upsilon Phi Sigma fSecretary 35, A.Ph.A. 4 Sarkis Michael Kllazarian "S tarp y" 1425 Seaview Ave., Bridgeport Favorite Saying : "I'll bash your head in" Hobby: All physical sports Aclivilier: Kappa Psi Fraternity QRe- gent 45, A.Ph.A. 2, 3, 4, Rho Chi Honorary Society, Student Council 2, 3 fFinancial Secretary 353 junior Class President, NUTMEG Representa- tive for College of Pharmacy 4, Bas- ketball Team 4 Eugene William LaFleur "Gene" 118 Adams St., Hartford Favorite Saying: "I'll be so glad to get back to Hartford" Hobby: Wine, women and song Affivilier: A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Genevieve Mazurkiewicz "1'llazi1rk" R. F. D. -jf,-fl, Uncasville Favorite Saying: "Are you kidding?" Hobby: Supplying ink for the class Artivitien Student Council 1, 3, 4 fVice-President 3, President 45, A.Pl1.A, 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 2, 3, Secretary 45, Class Secretary 3, Pbarma Conn Staff 4 Joseph Eugene Murphy Hfoell East St,, Litchfield Favorite Saying: "OhV' Hobby: Skating and swimming Aetivitier: Rho Chi Honorary Society fPresident5, A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 fPfe54 ident 3, 45, Senior Class President, Kappa Psi Fraternity CTreasurer 45 Eleanor Leona Orsini HEI!! 48 Walnut St., Waterbury Favorite Saying: "Let's make our class better than any before us Aetivitief: A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 fSecretary 355 Pbarma Conn Staff 4,. Upsilon Phi Sigma, Student Council 4 CTreas- urer 45, Class Vice-President 2 Mary Etta Rhinehart flE,lJ,!l 202 Bridge St., Waterbury Favorite Saying: "I.et's not get technical, brother" V Hobby: Reading Aetivitier: Upsilon Phi Sigma, A.Ph.A. 4 Stanley Rocklin "Stan" 21 Vernon St., New Haven Favorite Saying: "Can I see that again?" Hobby: Sports Seymour G. Farber HMHXU 51 Beverly Rd., West Hartford Fm,0,.f,e 5,,yjng,- "Well, I don't know" Hobby: Y. W. c. A. A,-,i,1itieJ.' Pbarma Conn Staff 35 Photo Club 2, 3, Class Vice-President 2, 33 A, Z. O. Fraternity fTreasurerjg Bas- ketball 3 David Max Galinsky "Max" 140 Enfield St., Hartford Favorite Saying: "So what!" Hobby: Photography Artivitier: Student Council fVice-Presi- dent 2, 315 Pbarma Conn fAssociate Art Editor 31, Photo Club 2, 5, A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 33 Basketball 3 Jerome Stanley Goldenberg "jedibiab" Norman Ave., Wilson Favorite Saying: "You can't tell how you stand from where you sit" Hobby.' Sports Artivitier: Class President 2g A. Z. O. Fraternity CPresidentJg Pbarma Conn Staff 3, Student Council lg A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3 Salvatore Marino usd!!! 238 William St., Middletown Favorite Saying: "What a difference an A makes" Hobby: Sports Aclivilier: Kappa Psi Fraternity fSecre- tary and Historianj Helen Elizabeth McNulty "Mar" 31 Wallace Row, Wallingford Favorile Saying.' "Oh goody" Hobby: Dancing Arlivitier: Class Treasurer 2, 33 Pbarfna Conn Staff 35 Upsilon Phi Sigma Richard Franklin Newman "Dickie" Burroughs Rd., Fairfield Fagorile Saying: "I have a question, ir H0bby.' Music Arlivizier: A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 33 Display for Pharmacy Week 2g Pbarrna Conn Staff 1 Gloria Carmel Pantalena HGl0'Gl0U 442 Ferry St., New Haven Favorite Saying: "I wish this period would end" Hobby: Skating Aftivitier: A.Ph.A. 1, 2 Jennie Ann Petrillo lfjenff 354 Congress Ave., Waterbury Favorile Saying: "How exciting!" Hobby: Dancing Arzivizier: Student Council CRecording Secretary 35 3 Upsilon Phi Sigma C Sec- retary 2, 35 3 Pbarrna Conn fAssociate Editor 3, Edward Platcow "Eddie" 161 Scranton St., New Haven Favorize Saying: "What's your excuse?" Hobby: Seeing plays Arzivizier: A. Z. O. Fraternity CSecre- taryjg A.Ph.A. 2, 3. fLeft for Serv- ice Dec. 1944j I Mary Carolyn Postizzi "Mia" 76 Holmes St., Stratford Favorite Saying: "You're so sweet to me!" Hobby: Dancing Activilier: Class Secretary 33 Upsilon Phi Sigma CTreasurer 2, 3Dg A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3, Pbarma Conn fAssociate Ed- itor 3J5 NUTMEG Representative for College of Pharmacy 3 Naomi Diane Rudnick HIXTIHZ7Zl6U 372 Oak St., New Haven Favorite Saying: "I got a letter this morning" Hobby: Writing letters Aclivitierx Class President 33 Pbarma Conn fliditor 3jg Upsilon Phi Sigma fVice-President 2, 319 A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3 Mildred Schilling "Millie" R. F. D. -7442, Peekskill, N. Y. Favorite Saying: "I'm tired" Hobby: Music and reading Artivitier: Pbarma Conn Staff 3g A.Ph.A. 1, 2, Upsilon Phi Sigma College ol Pharmacy Basketball H Team Loretta Veronica Yokabaskas "Ren" 111 Cottage Grove Rd., Bloomfield Favorite Saying : "Really ?" Hobby: Dancing Artivilieu Class Secretary 2, A.Ph.A. 1, 2, 3 Thomas Zubretskv "Tommy" 135 Cornwall St., Hartford ion and a rationalization" Sitting, from left to rigbt: Seymour Far- ber, Max Galinsky, Harold Lassoff Standing, left to rigbt: Herbert Gins- berg, George Zondiros, Jerome Golden- berg, William Spencer, Sarkis Khazarian Not in the picture is Richard Berenson Favorite Saying : "That's a personal opin- Hobby: Art. Aetivitief .' Pbarvza Conn fAssoc1ate Art Editor J E.. tudant Branch, American Pharmaceutiual Association .' ,vw .',.:,-TQ' -- '. :di Quia. ,ul 4' I Szunding, left to rigfal: First raw: Robert Belenardo, Christine Nicho lson, Henrietta Proctor, Maureen Hanrahan, Joseph Murphy, Gene vieve Mazurkiewicz, Sarkis Khazarian, Mary Cimino, Jean Chitjian. Second raw: Elizabeth Wilson, Helen Rhodes, Naomi Rudnick, Lois Noveck, Helen Czaplicki, Faust Oricchio, Henry Grosch, Mary Etta Rhinehart. Third raw: Eleanor Orsini, Violet Ewanoski, Naomi Melny, Sylvia Spalter, Harold Higgins, Richard Newman, Christopher Vecchitto, Audrey Perry. Fazzfzla raw: Harold Lassoff, William Spencer, Pauline Dunbar, Johanna Braun, Harold Shumarsky, Mary Pornmer, Eugene LaFleur, Mary Postizzi, Albert White, D. Max Galinsky, James Haversat, Jerome Goldenberg. JEROME GOLDEN BERG Prerident SEYMOUR EARBER T1'eaJzz1'e1' Q Alpha Zeta flmega Pharmaoeutwal Fraternlty, ll Uhaptar llappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, lllu Chapter G5 3 fe Lefl to rigbl: Sarkis Khazarian, Regenlj Salvatore Marino, Hiftofian and Secre- zaryg joseph Murphy, Vire-Regent and Tfeayurer gefl 10 right," Eleanor Orsini, Jennie Petrillo, Max Galinsky, Gene- vieve Mazurkiewicz, Mr. Williams, Faculty, Shirley Bennett, Mabel Johnson. tuilent Council Upsiloo Phi igma orority Left to right: Pauline Dunbar, Mary Postizzi, Josephine Izzo, Eleanor Orsini, Genevieve Mazurkie- wicz, Naomi Rudnick, Jennie Petrillo, Mary -Etta Rhinehart, Helen McNulty. Rho Chi Honor ooiot Left to rigloz: Dean Henry S. johnson, joseph Murphy, Sarkis Khfllflfiall, Professor Leslie Barrett' COLLEGE OF PHARMACY THE CLASS 0F '47 SOPHOMORES Shirley Bennett Herbert Ginsberg Ethel Gutzeit Barbara Hefner Mabel johnson Aldona Zupnes THE CLASS 0F '48 FRESHMEN Robert Belenardo Thomas Blake Johanna Braun Pauline Camerino Jean Chitjian Mary Cimino 4Edward Cleary Sarah Cohen Helen Czaplicki -'Obie Davis Martha Devine Anna Dolny june Eudowe Violet Ewanowski Zjoseph Gabriel Aaron Gersten Henry Grosch Maureen Hanrahan James Haversat Harold Higgins Douglas Johnson WHarold Katz Lucille Kiermont Harold Lassoff Richard Lombardi Naomi Melny Christine Nicholson Lois Novek Faust Oricchio Carmela Perrone Audrey Perry Mary Pommer Edith Potter Henrietta Proctor William Ratner Helen Rhodes David Sharasheff Harold Shumarsky Stanley Spack Sylvia Spalter f:XVilliam Spencer Gloria Testo i1Nicholas Uricchio W christopher vecchiao f W Albert White Elizabeth Wilson ' -- George Zondiros dfGone into Service Wa1'tir11e conditions have seriously ham- pered many plans at the University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Stu- dent enrollment, however, has been fairly good and the number of women at- tending has steadily increased. Although we are still small in size our activities both educational and extra-curricular have been numerous and of the type which permit a majority of students to participate. One advantage in this has been to create an Esprit de Corps among students and faculty which we think is exceptional. We are looking forward to the day when we will be located on the main campus at the University with our other friends from the U. of Con- necticut. ar "Q ,-N il W2 I fig. 21' . ff , fl. H f fr, as K 25 -fl ' W 'W fr if ll n . A2" A v N4 + if v ix 1, , ' ' E lunlulnlum Sainue llirayitt Yale Record Building 254 York Street NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1945 NUTMEG QUALITY FIRST This store still maintains the quality standards which has always been given in all our mechandise. 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