University of Connecticut - Nutmeg Yearbook (Storrs, CT)

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X'Vaugh received the HS. degree at hiassaehusetts State College, now the University of Nlassachusetts, in 192-l-, and the NLS. degree from Connecticut Agri- cultural College, now the University of Connecticut, in 1926. He has done graduate study at the University of Chicago and Columbia Unive1'sity. He became an instructor in agricultural economics at Storrs in 1924, assistant pro- fessor in 1928, associate professor of economics in 1932, and professor of economics in 1937. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences on Qctober 1, 1945. Professor XVaugh is a member of the American Economic Association, the Ameri- can Statistical Association, the Econometric Society and various other professional sorietiyes. He has been a member of the Connerticut Commission for Revision of Election Laws, and has been appointed to a number of state functions. ln addition to authorship of numerous articles in economics journals, Professor VVaugh is the author of a number of textbooks that are widely used in economic class- rooms throughout the country. Thousands of former University of Connecticut students have studied economics in classes taught by Professor WVaugh and through the years he has continued to be one of the most popular members of the faculty at the University. He is always ready to counsel students on their personal or classroom problems and is known as a sympathetic and understanding teacher. The sight of Professor VVaugh, cane in hand, walking briskly about the campus of the University of Connecticut, is one of the more familiar sights of Storrs and one that students will always remember. 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A , 1-. . 1 w x'gH, , N 1- ' im HH, D N "HT -'AL,'Z'V , fl: r,w K- EQ, '27, ' 1 -Qui f, 'V - , -A 5,11 ,i.x..,, , ,3 15 jul. , . , ' " H g"'-f'i"1'5,'Q.i-, 11' Y.','L', Q, ,A L"' -V -wg -31:1-Lf:'.vr f 3. A 5. mf: ' Ei ,Ui-.1f:J-1'-Q'E-'f-l"',f1,5-,r ,- lu. ' 1.4.1.2 255 1 ' H , ' .1 ,,'K".',1J.1,'. -.fail"'-'-ini-1-,'1-2,21L.u1r,361i' M - " - l" 255'?Y.azi5?93.J3Evi6Ir,5g Mwf Ziff- f...gpf,'r,Jff.1.fu 1'-4--ff A:-'1""" -mn ww- X-mff-r 15 f AN AD I STRATIO His Excellency, James C. Shannon, Governor of the State of Connecticut, president ex ojicio .... Ifartford Alonzo G. Grace, C0llZ1I7i.YSl0II6"I' of Education, fllenzber ex officio. . . . .... . .,.......... Andover John Clzristezzsen, COIllllliSSiOI!6l' of Farms and lllclrhets, llfenzber ex officio. . . . . ...... . .. . . hyilson Appointed by the Governor Creighton Barker, lVI.D., 1949 ...... .. New Haven James WV. Hook, 1951 ............ . . . New Haven Sister Diary Rosa, 1952 .... Hartford Francis S. ltlurphy, 1949 ..... ..... . .. Hartford Lester E. Shippee, 1951 .................. Hartford Samuel R. Spencer, 19-19, vice president ....... Sullield Edward A. Suisman, 1949 ............ lVest Hartford George L. VVarncke, 1952 ........ . . . Cannondale Elected by the Alumni Willard Eddy, 1949 .................. New Canaan J. Ray Ryan, 1951 ....................... Simsbury The end of each TIIKIIILFFJS term is indicated by the date which follows his name. Executive Conznzittee of the Board lVIr. Spencer, chairman ex officio, lVIessrs. Shippee, lVIurphy, Christensen, Ryan Csecretaryj, Suisman. The University' Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., ...... President Charles Burt Gentry, lVI S. in Agr., Dean of theUniversity Leonard C. Riccio, ...... . .. University Comptroller ' The Schools Albert Edmund Waugh, lVI.S., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Nathan Laselle lrVhetten, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate School VVilfred B. Young, lVl.S., Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S., Associate Director of Agricultural Extension 'XVilliam L. Slate, B.S., Associate Director of Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station Albert Irving llflann, lX'I.S., Director of the Ratclille Hicks School of Agriculture and Assistant to the Dean Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc., Dean of the School of Enginering Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, lVI.S., Dean of the School of Home Economics P. Roy Brammell, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Education Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.lVI,, LL.B., Dean of the School of Business Administration Harold G. Hewitt, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Pharmacy Carolyn Ladd VVidmer, R.N., B.A., B.N., Dean of the School of Nursing John I. Cronin, M.A., Dean of the School of Social Work Bert Earl Hopkins, Ph.B., L.B., LL.lVI., J.Sc.D., Dean of the School of Law Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B., Acting Dean of the College of Insurance The Divisions Arwood Stanley Northby, Ph.D., Director of Student Personnel Sumner Alvord Dole, lVI.A., Assistant Director in charge of Men, ln charge of Veterans' Counseling Service Mildred Pearl French, M.A., Assistant Director in charge of VVomen Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D., Coordinator of Testing Reuben Botsford Johnson, Sc.NI., Veterans Counselor and in charge of Men's Housing John Edward Powers, lVI.Ed., Placement Officer and in charge of Vocational Counseling Thomas Edward Roberts, NLS., Registrar lVIarjorie Warren Smith, A.B., Recorder Arthur Lewis Knoblaueh, Ed.D., Director, Division of University Extension, Summer Session and Education by Radio Paul Alcorn, B.A., University Librarian Edward George Van Bihber, M.P.E., Director of Physical Education and Athletics Ralph Lawrence Gilman, lVI.D., F.A.C.P., University Physician VValter Stemmons, B.S., Editor of University Publications Robert nl. Stack, Colonel, Infantry, U.S.A., Professor of lVIilitary Science and Tactics Clarence A. NVeber, Ph.D., Director, Fort Trumbull Branch Ex officio members: lVIessx's. Jorgensen, Gentry, Ackerman, Brammell, Castle- man, Knoblauch, Northby, lfVaugh, lVeber, lVhetten, Young, Miss Bergstrand and Mrs. Widirier. Eleclive members for the period ending June 30, 1950: J. H. Barnett, WV. A. Bousfield, R. A. Dorwart, E. L. Jungherr, W. Landauer, B. Lucke, A. l. lVIann, S. C. Mchflillan, J. C. Montgomery, H. A. Rollins, S. E. lfVedberg, M. R. lVhite. Elective 7ll6'lllllL"I'S for the period ending June 30,19-49: R. C. Baldwin, R. G. Bressler, Jr. YV. H. Carter, Jr., R. NI. DeC0ursey, WV. L. Kulp, G. E. lVIcReynolds, E. A. Moore, E. A. Perregaux, W. Stemmons, YV. Tilley, G. S. Torrey, C. E. lfVaring. Elective members for the period ending June 30, 1948: L. H. Amundsen, E. O. Anderson, H. Arjona, YV. F. Cheney, Jr., J. O. Christian, S. A. Dole, IVI. Kessel, W. H. Kinsey, Nlartha Potgieter, P. L. Putnam, A. Schenker, C. H. WV. Sedgewick. College of flgriculture 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., Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture Albert I. Mann, M.S., Assistant to the Dean of the College of Agriculture Raymond Kingsley Clapp, B.S., Associate Director of Agricultural Extension William L. Slate, B.Sc., Associate Director of Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station Elmer Olin Anderson, NLS., Professor of Dairy IVIanu- facturing Harold Westcott Baldwin, B.S., Assistant Editor Thomas S. Baskett, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of VVildlife :Management Arthur Crawford Bobb, lXfI.S., Assistant Professor of Pomology Kenneth Arthur Bradley, B.S., Instructor in Horti- culture IVilliam Bredo, IVI.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics Raymond George Bressler, Ir., Ph.D., Professor of Agricultural Economics Benjamin Arthur Brown, RIS., Professor of Agronomy Lincoln I-I. Brown, Jr., B.S., Instructor in Poultry Husbandry CR. O. PJ Augustus Jackson Brundage, Professor of Agricultural Extension, State 4-H Club Leader , Kenneth Pierce Brundage, B.S., Assistant State Super- visor, Emergency Farm Labor VValter Edward Burr, B.S., Instructor in Animal Diseases Rflaxine Spector Bzan, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Floyd Nlayo Callward, B.S., Associate Professor of Forestry Natalie Case, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Tsokan Chang, lX'I.S., Assistant Instructor in Genetics lVilliam Everett Chappell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Vegetable Gardening John A. Christian, BIS., Instructor in Animal Husbandry Ruth Russell Clark, B.S., Professor of Home Economics, State Home Demonstration Leader VValter lVIarshall Collins, B.S., Instructor in Poultry Husbandry George VVesley Crowther, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering Lawrence C. Curtis, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Vege- table Gardening Ianina IVI. Czajkowski, NLS., Assistant Professor of Nutrition Ford Curtis Daugherty, BIS., Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry Arthur VVilson Dewey, IN'I.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics Norman Carl Dondero, lVI.S., Instructor in Animal Diseases Elizabeth Acheson Donnan, NIA., Assistant Instructor in Genetics - Henry Dorsey, Ph.D., Professor of Agronomy Leonard Reynolds Dowd, 1'I.S.A., Associate Professor of Dairy llflanufacturing Hamilton Dean Eaton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Nutrition john E. Elwood, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Forestry and Wilcllife hdanagement Irving F. Fellows, NLS., Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Economics George E. Frick, M.S., Instructor in Agricultural Economics Donald Clifton Gaylord, B.S., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry IfValter A. Glista, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Poultry Husbandry WVilliam H. Griggs, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pomology Lois Clarke Griswold, A.B., Assistant Instructor in Poultry Husbandry Vincent Groupe, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Animal Diseases Harold Homer Hale, B.S., Instructor in Animal Diseases Henry NIartin Hansen, B.S., Instructor in Dairy Hus- bandry Arthur Hawkins, Ph.D., Professor of Agronomy Charles Fred Helmboldt, D.V.R'I., Assistant Professor of Animal Diseases William Frederick Henry, lVI.S., Instructor in Farm lVIanagement Robert Gregg Hepburn, B.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Extension and County Agent Leader James Lowell Hypes, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer Johnson, lVI.S., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry Stewart McNeil Johnson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics Roy Edwin Jones, Professor of Poultry Husbandry Erwin Leopold jungherr, D.M.V., Professor of Animal Diseases Diary Catherine Kerr, lVI.A., Assistant Editor Curtis Gilbert Keyes, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Floriculture Allan Victor King, NLS., Instructor in Agronomy Gordon A. King, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Agricul- tural Economics hfIerle Sharon Klinck, B.S.A., B.S.R1.E., Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering Sidney Korando, NLA., Assistant Professor of Home llflanagement ' l'Valter Landauer, Ph.D., Professor of Genetics Joseph IW. Lent, h'I.Ed., Assistant Professor of Horti- culture Harriet Elizabeth Longley, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Agronomy Roy Emil Luginbuhl, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Helen Patricia ll'IacLeod, NLS., Instructor in Dairy illanufacturing XV. Howard Nlartin, lV1.S., Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Education Lloyd Daniel lVIatterson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry lValter C. NIcKain, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Rural Sociology Josephine NlcKendrick, B.S., Assistant Extension Editor Donald N. hflercer, B.S., Instructor in Dairy Husbandry 'XVilliam R. lVIiller, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Forestry and YVildlife hianagement Fay Nloeller, lXfI.A., Assistant Professor of Family Life Helen Rydquest lldoseley, M.S., Instructor in Genetics Rufus lsham lldunsell, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Agronomy Louis Nezvesky, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Animal Industries ' Nfargaret Constance Ohlancler, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Floriculture Samuel J. Qrr, Jr., B.S., Assistant State Supervisor, Emergency Farm Laltor Blames Stanley Owens, NLS., Professor of Agronomoy Stanley Papanos, B.S., Instructor in Agronomy Harold Oliver Perkins, M.L.A., Assistant Professor of Landscape Gardening Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D., Professor of Agri- cultural Economics. XV:-iyne Norman Plastridge, Ph.D., Professor of Animal Diseases Russell C. Potter, B.S., Instructor in Dairy llfianufactur- ing Paul Lee Putnam, NLS., Professor of Farm A'IZlllZlgC1l1Cl1t and State Farm Labor Supervisor ,lulia S. Rankin, B.A., Instructor in Genetics Anthony S. Rojko, B.S., Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Economics Howard Arthur Rollins, M.S., Professor of Horticulture and Head of Plant Science Department Jeanne Barker Roman, A.B., Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Edward Rubins, BLS., Assistant Professor of Agronomy Francis A. Ryan, hfI.S.A., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry John Scarchuk, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Vegetable Gardening lVarren E. Schmidt, NLS., Assistant Professor of Agri- cultural Extension and Assistant State -l-H Club Leader Sidney Schmukler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Agri- cultural Economics August Frederick Schulze, llfI.S., Instructor in Animal Diseases Harold hdartin Scott, Ph.D., Professor of Poultry Husbandry Stanley Kilbourne Seaver, RIS., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics Angus lVIaclVIillan Shipley, MLS., Assistant Professor of Dairy Nlanufacturing Edwin Pierce Singsen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry Ralph James Slate, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Animal Nutrition hflildred B. Smith, A.B., Assistant Professor of Agricul- tural Economics Arless A. Spielman, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Head of Animal Industries Department Elizabeth A. Stark, B.S., Assistant Editor A lValter Stemmons, B.S., Editor David Nutting Stiles, Assistant State Supervisor, Emer- gency Farm Labor Katherine Amanda Tingley, BLA., Associate Professor of Clothing Grant Tolles, B.S., Instructor in Horticulture Owen Smith Trask, B.S., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry and Horticulture, 4-H Clubs Regina D. Vance, Assistant Instructor, Division of Pub- lications llflerwyn D. Van Pelt, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Dairy Husbandry it l i l ss if -- 3' IVilliam Russell IfValker, IXIS., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry Valery H. VVebb, DIA., Instructor in Rural Sociology Randolph NVIIDLII' VVhaples, B.S., Associate Professor of Agricultural Extension, State 4--I-I Club Leader Ferdinand D. IVharton, Jr., B.S., Graduate Assistant in Poultry Husbandry Nathan Laselle YVhetten, Ph.D., Professor of Rural Sociology James Harlow IVhitaker, lVI.S.A., Instructor in Agri- cultural Engineering Arthur Townsend YVilliams, B.S., Assistant Professor of Pomology Leander Farnham Ivilliarns, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Animal Diseases Irma lVIae VVinkleblack, B.Ed., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Extension and Assistant State 4-I-I Club Leader John Douglas WVinn, V.S., Associate Professor of Animal Diseases Naomi Terrell VVooding, B.A., Assistant Instructor in Animal Diseases Edgar P. Wyman, lVI.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry Edgar Zwilling, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Genetics College of Arts and Sciences Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, IXIS. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Albert Edmund IVaugh, lVI.S., Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Janet NIora Aitken, hfI.A., Assistant Professor of Geology Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry , Amalia Angeloni, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Sociology Homero Arjona, Ph.D., Professor of Foreign Languages Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy Clement Barlow, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology . as ri: . IVI. Ethel Batschelet, IVLA., Instructor in Sociology Harry L. Belgrade, lVI.A., Instructor in English Libby Blek, lVI.A., Graduate Assistant in Psychology David James Blick, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Edward G. Boettiger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology IVeston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D., Professor of Psy- chology Adrian L. Bregnard, Master Sergeant, Infantry, Assist- ant to the Professor of Militzlry' Science and Tactics IfVilliam F. Brill, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Joseph Brown, Jr., A.lVI., Associate Professor of Foreign Languages lVIarion F. Brundage, B.A., Graduate Assistant in English Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology NIartin Cary Burton, Jr., lVI.NI., Assistant Professor of hiusic Ralph Judson Bushnell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Genetics Robert E. Butler, RIA., Instructor in English Francisco Jose Cardona, lVI.A., Instructor in Philosophy Eric YValter Carlson, Ph.D., Instructor in English Newton L. Carroll, NI.A., B.D., Instructor in Philosophy IVilliam Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Economics IVilliam Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Nlathematics Anna NI. Chotkowski, A.B., Graduate Assistant in Psychology Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S.,, Associate Professor of Physical Education Hugh Clark, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology Williain Ross Clark, A.lVI., Assistant Professor of English Leonard A. Cohen, A.B., Graduate Assistant in Zoology Sidney A. Cohn, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Zoology Erben Cook, Jr., lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Matliema- tics Kenneth S. Cook, lVI.S., Instructor in Physics IfVendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry Guillermo Cotto-Thorner, B.A., B.D., Instructor in Foreign Languages Arsene Croteau, lVI.A., Professor of Foreign Languages Dorothy Culp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History Anna S. Curtis, NLA., Instructor in English lVIarilyn Emmons Custer, Research Technician in Chemistry Robert Custer, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry llduriel Dahlgard, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry H. Otto Dahlke, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Sociology Joaquin B. DeCastro, M.A,, Instructor in Foreign Languages Olga Elena deCillis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Russell lVIyles DeCoursey, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology Ferruccio diCori, M.D., Lecturer in Clinical Neurology fon staff of Norwich State Hospitalj 'NValter E. Ditmars, Jr., B.S., Research Technician in Chemistry Roxie Belle Diver, Ild.A., Instructor in Physical Edu- cation Reinhold August Dorwart, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History Robert R. Eaton, hdajor, U.S.A.F., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics for Air George -Iohn Engelhardt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 'of English Frank Alexander Ferguson, lVI.A., Professor of Physics Carl Frederick Fischer, M.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education Herbert Arthur France, NLNI., Associate Professor of Music James Freeman, INIS., Instructor in Physical Education Jack Frommer, A.Nl., Instructor in Zoology George Fukui, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Bacteriology Sol L. Garfield, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Sophie L. Gianninoto, A.B., Assistant Instructor in Foreign Languages Robert E. Glanz, Nlaster Sergeant, Signal Corps, Assist- ant to the Professor of Military Science and Tactics Nicholas Golub, Instructor in Foreign Languages Sol Gordon, NI.A., Instructor in Psychology Hugh S. Greer, NI.Ed., Assistant Professor of Physical Education Riley H. Guthrie, IVI.D., Professor of Psychiatry Con staff of Norwich State Hospitalj Roy Jones Guyer, A.B., lVI.P.E., Professor of Physical Education LeRoy D. Haberman, lVI.A., Instructor in Speech Mildred Hall, lVI.A., Instructor in English John E. Hawley, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Bacteriology Edward Herbert, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Zoology VVilliam S. Horton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Charles Horvath, B.S., Instructor in Physical Education Mary MacN. Hubbard, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Botany James Lowell I-Iypes, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology Clifton H. Jett, Nlajor, U.S.A.F., Assistant Professor of hdilitary Science and Tactics for Air Lois G. Johnson, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Economics Paul H. Kaplitz, Staff Sergeant, U.S.A.F., Assistant to the Professor of hdilitary Science and Tactics ldarcel Kessel, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English Fred Khouri, RIA., Instructor in Government and International Relations Royal O. Kimbell, Staff Sergeant, U.S.A.F., Assistant to the Professor of Nlilitary Science and Tactics Charles Albert Kind, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry IVendell Homer Kinsey, AAI., Associate Professor of Physics A Ernest Ray Kline, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry Thomas Kolatsky, Technical Sergeant, Coast Artillery Corps, Assistant to the Professor of lVIilitary Science and Tactics Lily C. Krusekopf, M.A., Instructor in Geology Walter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteriology Harriet Jane Kupferer, RIA., Assistant Instructor in ,Physical Education ' Anthony Kuzdal, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Robert Seeley LaRue, B.A., Instructor in Physics Stuart M. Lee, M.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Bernhard Olaf Johan Linnevold, NLA., Assistant Pro- fessor of Government and International Relations Charles Bartholomew Lombardo, Litt.D., Assistant Pro- fessor of Foreign Languages Joseph NI. Loughlin, M.S., Associate Professor of Government John Becker Lucke, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Geology Barbara Lurie, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Economics James NI. NIahoney, Graduate Assistant in Government and International Relations U Hans Albert Nlaier, Ph.D., Instructor in Foreign Lan- guages Edward Wilbur NIanchester, IIIA., Instructor in English Jerauld Armington lVIanter, B.S., Associate Professor of Entomology William Marcuse, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Economics Rowland H. lldayor, M.S., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry Robert K. lVIcCandliss, B.S., Instructor in Physics George P. McKenna, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Botany Andrew MclVIullan, lr., IVLMI., Instructor in Nlusic James Andrew Scarborough lWcPeek, Ph.D., Professor' of English George Edgar hIcReynolds, Ph.D., Professor of Govern- ment and International Relations Thomas O. Monahan, M.A., Instructor in Sociology Clyde VV. Monroe, M.S., Instructor in Zoology John Cochran Montgomery, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics ' Edmund Arthur Nloore, Ph.D., Professor of History Lloyd S. Nelson, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Earl H. Newcomer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany Carl Gustaf Allen Nordling, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of lVIathc-:matics . John J. O'Connor, NIaster Sergeant, Engineer Corps, Assistant to the Professor of Military Science and Tactics Nathan D. O'Neil, B.S., Graduate Assistant in lVIath- ematics Williain Dillard Orbison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Charles E. Osgood, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psy- chology Charles A. Owen, Jr., B.Litt., Instructor in English Lawrence Raymond Penner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology Barbara H. Perkins, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Sociology Henrietta T. Perry, NLS., Instructor in Physical Edu- cation Gregory IVI. Pitoniak, First Sergeant, Coast Artillery Corps,iAssistant to the Professor of lVIilitary Science and Tactics Leonard S. Pitts, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Aldo M. Pulito, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry John Stewart Rankin, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology Richard Ayer Rhodes, II, M.S., Instructor in Physics Alice E. Riley, lVI.S., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry Helen lVIurray Roberts, A.lVI., Assistant Professor of lVIathematics Henry James Rockel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English Josephine Ala Rogers, IXIA., Associate Professor of Physical Education Ronald N. Rood, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Zoology David H. Rosenblatt, A.B., Research Fellow in Chemistry George J. Rosenblit, B.S., Research Technician in Chemistry Irwin Rosenman, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Harold L. Salomon, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Gov- ernment and International Relations Ezra Saul, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Psychology George Brandon Saul, Ph.D., Professor of English Gordon F. Schaefer, Technical Sergeant, U.S.A.F., Assistant to the Professor of lVIilitary Science and Tactics Andre Schenker, BIA., Associate Professor of History Herman O. Schmidt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology ion staff of Norwich State Hospitalj Violet T. Schroeder, M.A., Instructor in English Harold Spencer Schwenk, M.S., Associate Professor of Chemistry Charles Hill IVallace Sedgewick, Ph.D., Professor of hdathematics Rubin Segal, Instructor in hdusic Kon staff of Julius Hartt School of Music, Fritz Semmler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages lVIuriel Singer, B.A., Graduate Assistant in History Grace Sinsak, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Daniel Skandera, Jr., Captain, U.S.A.F., Assistant Pro- fessor of Military Science and Tactics for Air Doris G. Skillman, lVI.S., Instructor in Mathematics VVilliam P. Snavely, M.A., Instructor in Economics Ioan IVI. Sommer, A.B., Graduate Assistant in Psychology Earl C. Spaeth, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry Kenneth A. Spaulding, RIA., Assistant Professor of English lVIarshall L. Spector, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry Adam I-I. Spees, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics John Young Squires, NI.Ed., Assistant Professor of Physical Education Robert l. Stack, Colonel, Infantry, Professor of Nlilitary Science and Tactics Elizabeth Stanton, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry Samuel Steingiser, lVI.S., Research Assistant in Chemistry lValter Stemmons, B.S., University Editor Paul Nason Taylor, A.NI., Assistant Professor of Economics Philip Taylor. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics Albert A. '1'hibault, NI.A., Instructor in Foreign Lan- guages Charles R. Thomas, Jr., IVI.S., Instructor in lllathematics lldillard 'l'hompson, Nlajor, Cavalry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics Evelyn IVI. Thomson, B.A., Graduate Assistant in History 'Xvinthrop Tilley, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English George Safford Torrey, A.M., Professor of Botany Edward George VanBibber, h1.P.E., Associate Professor of Physical Education Ann E. Vinci, B.S., Research Technician in Chemistry Raymond Harold VVallace, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany Richard Andrew X'V2ll'gO, B.P.E., Instructor in Physical Education Charles E. lVaring, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry Robert VVarnock, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of English Albert Edmund VVaugh, IXIS., Professor of Economics James L. l9Veber, IX-LA., Instructor in History Stanley Edward lVedberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology Nathan Laselle VVllCtlfC1l, Ph.D., Professor of Rural Sociology lVIax Richard lfVhite, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Government and International Relations Vinton Esten Xfvllllfli, A.B., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology Robert A. VVichert, lVI.A., Instructor in English Robert Ellsworth XVi1l, KLA., Assistant Professor of English Barbara lvillett, B.A., Assistant Instructor in Economics Charles YVisdom, NLA., Assistant Professor of Anthro- pology James lVilliam Yates, NLS., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert VVright Yingling, NLA., Associate Professor of lVIusic School of Business Arlministration Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, lVI.S. in Agr., Dean of the University Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.NI., LL.B., Dean of Business Administration Samuel Charles lVlcMillan, NI.B.A., Assistant Dean of Business Administration Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.NI., LL.B., Professor of Insurance Elmer Olin Anderson, lW.S., Professor of Dairy lVIanu- facturing Frank Howard Ash, RIA., Associate Professor of Busi- ness Education and Secretarial Studies Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy Ruth Bosworth, BLA., Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies WVilliam Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Economics NIyron H. Clark, B.S., Lecturer in Business Administra- tion John George Confrey, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Business Administration Dorothy Culp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History Joseph P. F. Dannehy, LL.B., Instructor in Business Administration Olga Elena deCillis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology YVilliam Samuel Decker, lVI.A., Instructor in lVIarketing Raymond James Dixon, B.S., Instructor in Marketing Frederick Alfred Ekeblad, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Business Statistics Arsen Dann Emerzian, M.B.A., Instructor in lVIanage- ment John Joseph Flynn, hd.B.A., Instructor in Accounting Nlae Bosworth Gaines, B.A., Instructor in Secretarial Studies Albert Otto Greef, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance Lester YV. Ingalls, Jr., M.B.A., Instructor in Business Administration David Ivry, lVI.B.A., Instructor in Insurance and Accounting Harry Dagdigian Kerrigan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Accounting Laurence King, B.S., Instructor in Business Administra- tion Alva Parent Loiselle, LL.B., Instructor in Business Administration Samuel Charles McMillan, hd.B.A., Associate Professor of hdarketing Lawrence Lippincott Parrish, B.A., Associate Professor of lndustry Raymond Alexander Ross, lVI.A., C.P.A., Associate Professor of Accounting John B. Sullivan, LL.B., Instructor in Business Law Cecil Gage Tilton, NLS., lVI.B.A., Associate Professor of Business Administration Stanley C. Vance, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Industry School of Education Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S. in Agr., Dean of the University P. Roy Brammell, Ph.D., Dean of Education Vernon E. Anderson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Frank Howard Ash, IVLA., Associate Professor of Business Education and Secretarial Studies Emily Elizabeth Best, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Education Nlarion Jay Blaha, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Edu- cation David James Blick, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Ruth Bosworth, NIA., Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies VVeston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology P. Roy Brammell, Ph.D., Professor of Education Augustus Jackson Brundage, Professor of Agricultural Extension, State 4-H Club Leader Catherine May Campbell, lXd.A., Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education VVilliam Fitch Cheney, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of lVIath- ematics Joseph Orlean Christian, B.S., Associate Professor of Physical Education Dwane Rolland Collins, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Education James Louis Cooper, Rd.Ed., Assistant Professor of Education Arsene Croteau, M.A., Professor of Foreign Languages Adele Davine, M.A., Assistant Professor of Child Development Russell Nlyles DeCoursey, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology Raymond A. Ebner, lVI.Ed., Instructor in Education Carlton W. H. Erickson, lVI.Ed., Assistant Professor of Education Carl Frederick Fischer, M.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education Charles Burt Gentry, RIS., in Agr., Professor of Edu- cation Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D., Professor of Edu- cation YVilliam Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D., Professor of Education YVilma Belknap Keyes, B.S., Assistant Professor of Art lVendell Homer Kinsey, A.NI., Associate Professor of Physics Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D., Professor of Education YV. Howard Martin, M.S., Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Education Edmund Arthur Moore, Ph.D., Professor of History Arwood Stanley Northby, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Josephine Ala Rogers, lVI.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education Allan Bunker Smith, B.S., Instructor in Education Helen Benner Smith, B.A., Graduate Assistant in Edu- cation John Young Squires, lVl.Ed., Assistant Professor of Physical Education Isaac Newton Thut, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Clarence A. NVeber, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Robert lVright Yingling, lVI.A., Associate Professor of lVIusic School of Engineering Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, lVI.S. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc., Dean of Engineering Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.M., LL.B., Professor of Insurance Allen Brown Barton, B.S., Instructor in Civil Engineer- ing Robert King Benson, B.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering. Vitti Julian Biretta, B.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Ronald Scott Brand, B.S., Assistant Professor of Me- chanical Engineering Howard lfVallace Butler, B.S., Assistant Professor of Niechanical Engineering Francis Lee Castleman, -ir., D.Sc., Professor of Civil Engineering NVilliam Fitch Cheney, jr., Ph.D., Professor of Blath- ematics Charles Henry Coogan, Jr., NLS., NLE., Associate Pro- fessor of lldechanical Engineering l'Vendell Davis, B.S., Instructor in hflechanical Engineer- ing Douglas Patten Fay, B.S., Instructor in Civil Engineer- ing Frederic Philip Fischer, NLS., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. Edward Victor Gant, MS., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering VVinthrop Edward Hilding, RLS., Assistant Professor of Nfechanical Engineering lVendell Homer Kinsey, Aid., Associate Professor of Physics - Gerald Giro Kulto, RIS., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Thomas Patrick Landers, hd.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering Earl Russell Nloore, B.S.. Instructor in lVIechanical Engineering john Parker, B.S., Instructor in Nlechanical Engineering Charles James Pelletier, B.S., Instructor in Civil En- gineering Edward Joseph Robb, NLS., Instructor in Electrical Engineering Henry James Rockel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English Harold Spencer Schwenk, NLS., Associate Professor of Chemistry Richard Hugh Spencer, B.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering Erich Richard Stephan, lVI.S., Associate Professor of lVIechanical Engineering Jack Edward Stephens, B.S., Instructor in Civil En- gineering Gregory Stephen Timoshenko, Dip. Ing., Ph.D., Pro- fessor of Electrical Engineering Kenneth Clem Tippy, NLS., Professor of Civil Engineer- ing LaVergne Edward VVilliams, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Grnzlrmfr School Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, lVI.S. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Nathan Laselle VVhetten, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate School Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.lX'I., LL.B., Professor of ,Q Insurance " Lawrence Hardin Amundsen, Ph.D., Professor ofkf x Chemistry x-X X Elmer Olin Anderson, RLS., Professor of Dairy IVIanu- facturing Vernon E. Anderson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Homero Arjona, Ph.D., Professor of Foreign Languages Frank Howard Ash, Rd.A., Associate Professor of Busi- ness Education and Secretarial Studies James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology Thomas Sebree Baskett, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of lVildlife Rflanagement Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, IVLS., Professor of Home Economics NI. jay Blaha, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education Edward G. Boettiger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology WVeston Ashmore Bousfield, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology P. Roy Brammell, Ph.D., Professor of Education Raymond George Bressler, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Agri- cultural Economics Benjamin Arthur Brown, NLS., Professor of Agronomy Joseph Brown, Jr., All., Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Edwin Grant Burrows, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology Ralph Judson Bushnell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Genetics lVilliam Harrison Carter, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Economics Marjo1'ie Case, BIA., Assistant Professor of Social Work Francis Lee Castleman, Jr., D.Sc., Professor of Civil Engineering VVilliam Pitch Cheney, Ir., Ph.D., Professor of lvlathe- matics Dwane R. Collins, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Education Charles Henry Coogan, Jr., M.S., NLE., Associate Professor of Mechaiiiczil Engineering VVendell Burnham Cook, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry J. Louis Cooper, NI.Ed., Assistant Professor of Education John J. Cronin, Jr., IHA., Professor of Social XVork Lawrence C. Curtis, Ph.D., Associate Professor of . 1 . J Vegetable Gardening Russell lVIyles DeCoursey, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology Henry Dorsey, Ph.D., Professor of Agronomy Reinhold August Dorwart, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History Hamilton Dean Eaton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Animal Nutrition Roger Boynton Friend, Ph.D., Entomologist Sol L. Garfield, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Charles Burt Gentry, NLS., in Agr., Professor of Education Joseph Raymond Gerberich, Ph.D., Professor of Education Albert Otto Greef, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance hflary Louise Greenwood, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition Williani Theodore Gruhn, Ph.D., Professor of Education William S. Horton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry James Lowell Hypes. Ph.D., Professor of Sociology Robert Ebenezer Johnson, NLS., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry Donald Forsha Jones, Sc.D., Geneticist Erwin Leopold Jungherr, D.M.V., Professor of Animal Diseases Curtis G. Keyes, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Flori- culture Charles Albert Kind, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Arthur Lewis Knoblauch, Ed.D., Professor of Education VValter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteriology Walter' Landauer, Ph.D., Professor of Genetics Lloyd Daniel lldatterson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry James Andrew Scarborough h1cPeek, Ph.D., Professor of English George Edgar McReynolds, Ph.D., Professor of Government and International Relations Edmund Arthur lVIoore, Ph.D., Professor of History William Dillard Orbison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Lawrence Raymond Penner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D., Professor of Agri- cultural Economics lVIartha Potgieter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition Paul Lee Putnam, IHS., Professor of Farm lVIanagement John Stewart Rankin, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Zoology George Brandon Saul, Ph.D., Profesor of English Herman O. Schmidt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Con staff of Norwich State Hospitall Susanne Schulze, Ph.D., Professor of Social IfVork Charles Hill VVallace Sedgewick, Ph.D., Professor of Mfathematics Fritz Semmler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Edwin Pierce Singsen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry Earl G. Spaeth, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry Arless A. Spielman, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Husbandry Philip E. Taylor, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics Isaac Newton Thut, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Gregory Stephen Timoshenko, Dipl. Ing., Ph.D., Pro- fessor of Electrical Engineering Kenneth Clem Tippy, lVI.S,, Professor of Civil Engineer ing Q George Safford Torrey, A.lVI., Professor of Botany Raymond Harold IVallace, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Botany Charles E. IVaring, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry Robert Wfarnock, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of English Albert Edmund IfVaugh, M.S., Professor of Economics' Nathan Laselle Whetten, Ph.D., Professor of Rural Sociology Nlax Richard IVhite, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Government and International Relations James VVilliam Yates, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry School of Home Economics Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, M.S., in Agr., Dean of the University Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, M.S., Dean of Home Economics Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.NI., LL.B., Professor of Insurance Vernon E. Anderson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education hlarilyn Norton Baldwin, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Home Economics Evalyn Sophia Bergstrand, lVI.S., Professor of Home Economies Catherine lVIay Campbell, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education Marjorie Beebe Carter, Assistant Instructor in Home Economics Mary Frances Parmelee Carter, NI.A., Instructor in Child Development IVilliam Harrison Carter, Ir., Ph.D., Professor of Economics Victoria IVIacKenzie Chappell, NLS., Assistant Instructor in Home Economics Ruth Russell Clark, B.S., Professor of Home Economics, State Home Demonstration Leader Janina lVIary Czajkowski, M.S., Assistant Professor of Nutrition Adele Davine, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Child Development Olga Elena deCillis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Grace Ann Aspray Eikel, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Clothing and Art Vera Black Forsyth, B.A., Instructor in Home Bdanage- ment NIildred Pearl French, lX1I.A., Professor of Home Economics Charlotte Irvin Dutch Fultz, lN'I.A., Assistant Professor of Art lVIargaret Jean Gates, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Home Economics Margaret Root Gaylord, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Home Economics Pearl Adell Gilmore, NLS., Assistant Professor of Textiles and 'Art hilary Louise Greenwood, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition James Lowell Hynes, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology IVilma Belknap Keyes, B.-S., Assistant Profesor of Art Hazel Hartman Kieffer, BLA., Instructor in Art lVIarjorie Ceil Kircher, IVLS., Instructor in Art Sidney Korando, IXIA., Assistant Professor of Home Ivlanagement Robert Seeley LaRue, B.A., Instructor in Physics Helene Pease Matterson, B.S., Instructor in Clothing and Art Edith Cavell McComb, MLS., Instructor in Foods and Nutrition Samuel Charles IVIcIWillan, NI.B.A., Associate Professor of Marketing James Andrew Scarborough McPeek, Ph.D., Professor of English Fay NIarie IVIoeller, RIA., Assistant Professor of Family Life lVIartha Potgieter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition Vivian Anderson Putnam, NLS., Instructor in Textiles and Art Isola Denman Robinson, B.S., Instructor in Institution lVIanagement and Foods Elizabeth Rogge, NLS., Assistant Professor of Foods and Nutrition Katherine Amanda Tingley, lVI.A., Associate Professor of Clothing Carolyn Ladd Ividmer, R.N., B.A., B.N., Professor of Nursing Irma IVI. VVinkleblack, B.Ed., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Extension, Assistant State 4-I-I Club Leader College of I11.r11rf111re Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, NLS. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Laurence ,Iustin Ackerman, All., LL.B., Acting Dean of the College of Insurance Homer D. Sherwood, B.A., Il'I.A., Assistant Dean of the College of Insurance Edward VV. Brouder, A.B., B.S., in Insurance, Instructor in Insurance Joseph A. Dann, Instructor in Insurance John Paul Faude, A.B., LL.B., Instructor in Insuranc David A. Ivry, B.S., NI.B.A., Instructor in Insurance John IVIontgomery, B.A., Instructor in Insurance Philip A. ldorehouse, B.A., Instructor in Insurance L. Ray Ringer, A.B., M.B.A., Instructor in Insurance Homer,D. Sherwood, B.A., BIA., Associate Professor of Insurance Gordon C. Streeter, A.B., Instructor in Insurance J. Arnold Yates, Ph.B., Instructor in Insurance Elizabeth Carrington, Assistant Registrar School of Law Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, RIS. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Bert Earl Hopkins, Ph.B., LL.B., LL.M., J.S.D., Dean of the School of Law Laurence Justin Ackerman, A.IW., LLIB., Professor of Insurance Thomas Archibald, A.B., LL.B., Associate Professor of Law Saul Berman, LL.B., Lecturer in Law I IVallace IfVinthrop Brown, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Joseph B. Burns, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Francis C. Cady, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Franz Carlson, LL.B., Lecturer in Law Thomas Christy Chapin, Ph.B., LL.B., LLJI., Assistant Professor of Law Kimberly Cheney, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Thomas F. Gallivan, Jr., B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Leon lVIorris Liddell, B.A., LL.B., B.L.S., Assistant Professor of Law and Law Librarian YVil1iam S. Locke, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer in Law lldaxwell IVIills IVIerritt, A.B., IVLA., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Kathryn lVIiller, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Thomas J. lVIolIoy, LL.B., Lecturer in Law Aaron Nassau, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Louis E. Nassau, B. A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law YVilliam F. Starr, A.B., LL.B., ,I.S.D., Professor of Law Edward L. Stephenson, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law Thomas R. VVagner, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Douglass Brownell Tlvfight, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Law Linnea V. Paavola, B.A., Assistant Registrar School of Nzz1'si1zg Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, RIS. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Carolyn Ladd Ividmer QNIrs.D, R.N., B.A., B.N., Dean of the School of Nursing Robert Chester Baldwin, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy James Harwood Barnett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology Dorothy Culp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History Russell NIyles DeCoursey, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology Josephine A. Dolan, R.N., B.S., Assistant Professor of Nursing Ethel lVIary Elliot, R.N., lNI.A., Assistant Professor of Public Health Nursing Ralph Lawrence Gilman, NLD., F.A.C.P., University I3 Physician - Charles Albert Kind, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry VValter Leroy Kulp, Ph.D., Professor of Bacteriology James Andrew Scarborough IXIcPeek, Ph.D., Professor of English VVilliam Dillard Orbison, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology Lawrence Raymond Penner, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology Elaine Church Raymond, R.N., B.S., Assistant Instructor in Nursing Josephine Ala Rogers, lVI.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education Elizabeth Rogge, RIS., Assistant Professor of Foods and Nutrition Harold Spencer Schwenk, MLS., Associate Professor of Chemistry Carolyn Ladd IfVidmer flVIrs.J, R.N., B.A., B.N., Pro- fessor of Nursing V College 0f.PlZlZ7'711!1L'j1 Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, NLS. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity Harold G. Hewitt, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Pharmacy Robert Hugh Alcorn, B.A., LL.lVI., Lecturer in Phar- maceutical Law Leslie Burns Barrett, Ph.C., Professor of Biology and Pharmaeognosy Naomi Bernard, B.S. CPhar.D, Assistant Instructor in Pharmacy and Chemistry A. Paul Coladarci, NIA., Instructor in Psychology Francis Degnan, RIA., Instructor in Mathematics Nicholas VVilliam Fenney, B.S. CPhar.J, IVI.P.H., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Horace James Fuller, Phm.B., B.A., Assistant Professor of Economics Thomas Hannigan, Instructor in First Aid Harold George Hewitt, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry Josephine Izzo, Ph.G., B.S., Assistant Instructor in Biological Sciences Henry Stoddard Johnson, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry Norman Wilfred Lafayette, lVI.A., Instructor in Chemistry Clifford S. Leonard, Ph.D., Instructor in Chemistry Augustus Andrew lNIaier, Ph.C., B.S., Professor of Pharmacy Doris RI. NIc'I'igue, B.S., Instructor in lliathematics Lloyd Stanley Naramore, B.S. in Ed., Instructor in English Rflary Postizzi, B.S. CPhar,D, Assistant Instructor in Chemistry and Pharmacy Charles Robinette, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry and Pharmacy I-Vallace Fletcher 'IVhite, lVI.S., Assistant Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology Idlalter Royalstone W7illiarns, B.S. fPhar.J, Assistant Professor of Chemistry ' Earle Zeigler, lVI.A., Instructor in German School of Social lfork Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University Charles Burt Gentry, IVI.S. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity John J. Cronin, lVI.A., Dean of the School of Social IfVork Rdarjorie Case, lVI.A., Assistant Professor of Social WVork Susanne Schulze, Ph.D., Professor of Social IfVork Charles G. Chakerian, Ph.D., Lecturer in Social Statistics Jeanne Clepper, RfI.S.VV., Instructor in Field XfVork Fowler Harper, S.J.D., Lecturer in Law and Social 'VVork Eleanor A. lwoore, B.A., Lecturer in Case Work Richard A. Newman, IXID., Lecturer in Basic Psychiatry for Social AlVO1'kCIS Nea NI. Norton, lVI.S., Lecturer in Basic Psychiatry for Social I'VO1'kCI'S Leroy A. Ramsdell, RIA., Lecturer in Community Organization Frederick Redlich, M.D., Lecturer in Basic Psychiatry for Social I'V0flCC1'S lVIaurice T. Root, lVI.D., Lecturer in lVIedical Informa- tion for Social IrVorkers Florence Taub, lVI.S.IrV., Lecturer in Rdedical Informa- tion for Social Vlorlcers College of AQFICIIIIIITB Albert Nels Jorgensen, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University g Charles Burt Gentry, lVI.S. in Agr., Dean of the Uni- versity VVilfred B. Young, lVI.S., Dean and Director of the College of Agriculture Albert I. llann, lVI.S., Director of the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture Elmer Olin Anderson, M.S., Professor of Dairy Manu- facturing Kenneth A. Bradley, B.S., Instructor in Horticulture John A. Christian, lVI.S., Instructor in Animal Hus- bandry IValter lVIarshall Collins, B.S., Instructor in Poultry Husband ry George Wfesley Crowther, RIS., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering Ford Curtis Daugherty, RLS., Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry Henry Dorsey, PILD., Professor of Agronomy Leonard Reynolds Dowd, lW.S.A., Associate Professor of Dairy lVIanufacturing Curtis G. Keyes, Pl1.D., Assistant Professor of Floricul- ture IVIerle Sharon Klinclc, B.S.A., l3.S.lW.E., Associate Pro- fessor of Agricultural Engineering joseph Lent, M.Ed., Assistant Professor of Horticulture Bernhard Olaf Johan Linnevold, lW.A., Assistant Pro- fessor of Government and International Relations VV. Howard lVIartin, NLS., Associate Professor of Agri- cultural Education Donald N. lVIercer, HS., Instructor in Dairy Husbandry Rufus lsham lVIunsell, NLS., Assistant Professor of Agronomy llflargaret Constance Ohlander, B.S., Assistant Instructor in Floriculture Edmond Adrian Perregaux, Ph.D., Professor of Agri- cultural Economics Paul Lee Putnam, M.S., Professor of Farm lianagement Howard Arthur Rollins, lVI.S., Professor of Horticulture Francis A. Ryan, NI.S.A., Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry Angus Maclflillan Shipley, RIS., Assistant Professor of Dairy Nhnufacturing Edwin Pierce Singsen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry Arless A. Spielman, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Husbandry James Harlow lvhitaker, NI.S.A., Instructor in Agri- cultural Engineering John Douglas Yvinn, V.S., Associate Professor of Animal Diseases Edgar P. YVyman, IVLF., Assistant Professor of Forestry fU IGRS K Y Y H11 I '1 1 H-6 We fl!! U 5 Zigi ll , 4. an uw! N I 1 . 1 ' x ,z : ,, '17, 1. w.1,,,.., - f , ,,v.- I.,.F-v,:A..l., 1' ', '1 i ' '1 . A, ' '1 , f- F Nfl-. . . f '-."f,"? ry...- '. fij .ff ', .4.. 4. ji. .'2,:3"7' .gf - -x N, , , , , - . 4fA L, '2.,., X. -'V . Q . .,2j,,'.',,gf,,,' L' ' . f,,-.- k -f an nw 'S W Elizabeth Fitzgerald, the lovable "Rusty" known to so many who will always remember her, was only twenty when she died so suddenly on September 29th, 19-I-7. Born on June 9. 1927 in lVaterbury, Connecticut, 'lRusty" graduated from high school in 19-l-5 and then entered the school of Nursing here at the University of Connecticut where she fast made numerous friends. Although she has crossed the bar, these countless friends and others who knew and loved "Rusty" will always remember the girl with so many price- less qualities. Her cheery smile, her bubbling Irish wit, her sincere warmth and vivacious personality are eternally hers and ours. She is survived by her parents, lVIr. and lVIrs. Timothy Fitzgerald, six brothers, Chief Petty Officer Timothy Fitzgerald, W7illiam, Thomas, Joseph, John, and Nlaurice of Oakville, and a sister hduriel, also of Oakville. 3511 hiichael Amoroso, or Mickey, as he was known to those who knew and admired him, was born in Torrington on lVIay 4, 1928. A graduate of Tor- rington High School, Nlickey entered the university in 1945 as an engineering student, later transferring to the school of Business Administration. It was during the summer recess just before his junior year that Nlickey met his tragic death while on a fishing trip with his father. He suffered a fractured neck when he dove into shallow water and his head struck a rock at Lake Pocotopaug on August 9th, Cn August ll he died from his injuries at the Nliddlesex Hospital. Mickeyf will not be soon forgotten, for his mis- chievous nature as well as his more serious person- ality afford a perfect memory to his friends. He was a person of high ambition, sympathetic understanding, and helpful tendencies, a person whose presence will always be felt though he may not be with us. In addition to his parents, Police Sgt. and Mrs. Joseph Amoroso, Michael is survived by two sisters, Corrine and Lucille, and a brother, Joseph. .4-. emuriam hflichael C. lVIorris, one of the University's most popular and respected students, succumbed to leukemia on January 17, 1948, at the age of 22. lldike hegan his career at the University in Sep- tember, 1943, with salient honors. 1Vhile only a freshman, he became ace of the CTOSS-COUl1t1'y team. He also received the distinction of being elected President of the Freshman Class. After serving in the Army Air Forces during the 1Var, lVIike returned to make his mark on all phases of University activities. He became President of the Intra-lVIural Council, President of the International Council, and was chosen Captain of the 1947-48 cross-country squad. He was an active member of Theta Xi Fraternity. As an individual, lVIike will be remembered for his indefatigable energy in athletics, social events, fraternity activities, and studies. His ready grin and effervescent personality brightened any group with which he came in contact. He is survived by his mother, lVIrs. Vasilke R. lVIorris, and three sisters, Nlisses Virginia, 1VIarion, and Gloria Nlorris. The icy roads of Bolton Notch near lVIanchester caused the tragic accident which resulted in the death of lVIary Ann Bowen Nloxley, twenty year old student of the university. Born on April 28, 1927 in Newtown, Connecticut Nlary Ann graduated from lVIararoneclc High School in June of 1945 and entered the university the following fall. In December, 1947, lllary Ann was married to Donald VVilliam hdoxley, also a student of the University of Connecticut. "Pat", as she was affectionately called by her sisters of Delta Zeta sorority, was so young, so popu- lar, and so well endowed with those qualities which endear one to the hearts of all, that she too will find a place in the heart of the university of which she was so much a part. Rdrs. 1VIoxley, in addition to her husband, is survived by her parents, lVIr. and lVIrs. William Bowen, three brothers, 1fVilliam, James, and Ralph, and a maternal grandmother. ROSE ANNE ABBOTT Westport Philosophy A Niagarafof fantlfusiasm cascading from a stream o scioo spirit. Campus 1, 2, Girls' Sports Editor 35 Newman Club 15 Cheerleader 15 Pep Club Manager S' Glee Club 35 Uni- yersity Choir 2, 3,5 Carollers 1, 35 Phi- osophy Club 3. JEAN-NIARIE ABLONDI B1'i1llf01'Cl Government Kappa Hljrha Theta I.R.C. , JANICE SANDRA ABRAHAMSON Greenfield, Mass. Sociology Laughing blue eyes . . . infectious giggle . . . Hillel Husky5 Hillel Choir 1, 2, 35 Zionist Club 2, Treas. 35 Freedom League 25 Sociology Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 junior Counselor. CORNELL SANDRA ABRAMOVVITZ Bridgeport Business Administration Uses coke bottles as vases for her llowers galore . . . University Players 1, 2, 35 University Radio Players 2, 33 Symposium 2, 35 Sociology Club 15 Agriculture Club 1. HAROLD ABRAMS New London Business Administration JANE ELIZABETH ABRAMS Hartford Nursing VVhere's our wandering jane tonite? VVhite Caps 2, 35 Glee Club 1, Z5 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 American Youth Hostel 1. PHYLLIS ELAINE ABRANIS New Haven Business Administration Phi Sigma Sigma Sparkling blue eyes and a winning smile. Hillel Husky 15 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Players 25 University Players 1, 2, 35 Aviation Club 2, 35 Hillel Choir 1, 2. -J' CHARLES ADAMS Bridgeport Accounting Living at housing project in Willimantic . . . "Have you seen my son, the best looking youngster around ?" American Veterans' Committee. HAROLD W. ADAMS Suflield International Relations Sigma Clzi Always smiling . . . "I-Iappy". Round Table 35 International Relations Club '55 Husky Network 25 Campus 2, 35 A.V.C. 5 Senate 3. ROBERT A.' ADAMS Storrs Mechanical Engineering Theta Xi i "But who wants to be an engineer" . . "iVhatl Another breakfast flight?" . . William jewitt College in '44-. Alpha Phi Omegag Aviation Club 1, Pres. 35 A.S.M.E. 5 Engineers Club 1, 35 Air Scout Committeeg A.S.T.M. EDWARD S. ADAMY Manchester Marketing Theta Xi LAWRENCE J. AHERN Meriden Horticulture Transfer from Teacher's College of Connecticut at New Britain g . . Married veterang THOMAS CLARK ALBRIGHT VVest Hartford Industrial Management Sigma Alpha Epsilon "It's against my morals" . . . "There's always B. J." . . . Swimming 15 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Base- ball Mgr. 1, Z, 35 Football Mgr. 15 S.A.M. 3. ISABELLE ALHO Brooklyn Chemistry Della Zeta "Soft and pink as a nursery" . . . Watch the gleam in her eyes! U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, Secre- tary 25 A.Y.H. 15 University Players 35 House Chairman 35 Junior Counselor. LEE STEVVART ANDERSEN Hamden Economics U.C.A. 1, 2, 3: University Players 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ROLAND CHARLES ANDERSON Cromwell Mechanical Engineering Sigma flljrha Effsilan The mighty mite from way back . . . intramural Hash. Football lg Baseball lg Collegians 1, 23 A.S.M.E. THEODORE ANDERSON Morris Civil Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho Best naturecl guy in the world . . . Intramurals: J.V. Footballg Engineers Clubg A.S.C.E. N. EDWIN ANTIGNANI, Bridgeport Government Lambda Chi fflfzlza' - Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Football 2. JOAN LUCILLE APURTON Hartford English Phi M a That Lauren Bacall voice . . . Flashy pj's. Newman Club 1, Z, 3g Campus 1, 23 Glee Clubg junior Counselor. JOSEPH T. ARCANO ' Stamford Pre-Medical Sigma Alpha Epsilon "VVestward ho!" . . . Lover deluxe . . . Model "T" pilot. Soccer 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 23 Varsity Clubg Newman Club. CAROLYN ARNOLD Broad Brook Home Economics Kafrjm Kafwfra Gamma "Let's play bridge" . . . Those Gargoyle socks! U.C.A. lg Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3g Campus 1, 25 Nutmeg 2. JAIVIES AVAMPATO g Torrington Chemistry EVELYN VIOLA AXELSON Manchester Secretarial Studies "It's Friday at lastf' Q . . "Oh, that cherry pie!" . . . "Sorry, kidsg I'm going to the library." . . . Blonde and Q.P.'s too. LEO I, BACHNER Hartford Accounting Phi Sigma Delta Book juggler deluxe . . . The guitar kid. Band 1, 25 Hillel 2, 35 A.V.C.g Glee Club lg Intramurals. ALAN PETER BAILEY New Haven English "Have to get an education" . . . "How do you change your major?" Swimming Team 15 Soccer Team 15 Hillel 1, 25 Pinochle Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN BAILEY Cromwell Arts and Textiles "That burns me up" . . . Those weekends in Cromwell . . . Ears that light up. U.C.A. 3 Home Economics Club. IRVING GERALD BAKER Boston, Mass. Accounting C'mon and smile, it can't be that bad. Hillel Choir 2. MARVIN F. BAKER Carmel, New York Marketing A heart pierced by a golden arrow . . . dry humor . . . perfectionist . . . The aesthetic businessman. Carollersg Choirg Male Quartetg Glee Club. B. BRONISLAWA BANAS Norwich Public Health "There would be no great ones, if there were no little ones." . . . Versatile and neat . . . A heart of gold . . . That quiet reserved look is deceiving . . . Ballet Russe, here she comes. JOHN L. BANKS Norwalk Mechanical Engineering Engineers Club 3. MARILYN BANKS West Hartford Zoology ' Phi Sigma Sigma Jester supreme . . . they didn't add up my Q.P.'s right! Hillel 1, 2, 33 Senate 1, 2, W.S.G.C. 1, 25 Hillel Choir lg Campus 3. n VVILLIAM D. BARCLAY Manchester V Psychology Theta Xi Sociology Club. FRANCIS BARRETT Willimantic Business Administration MARY ELIZABETH BARRETT Waterbury Foods and Nutrition Phi Mu s Oh, those blue eyes . . . snappy wardrobe . . . my new blue . . . touch and one half of beauty . . . grinders with . . . "I'm mad for 'em" . . . Kenny's car. EDWARD A. BARROWS New London Accounting S. PETER BARRY POI'tlZ1IKi Finance Sigma Alpha Ejuilon "The Toe" . . . periodic excursions to Willi. Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3g Intramurals 2, 3. HERBERT BARSALE Waterbury Sociology Proud papa . . . weekend commuter . . . genial host at the Grille . . . "Working tonight?" . . . future minister , . . "Sure you can make four years in three!" JEAN-MARIE BARTOES Wethersfield Sociology Energetic . . . let's do something kids! Campus 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club Z: University Players 1, 23 4--H Club 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 VVomen's Varsity Club 2, 3, Pencraft Z, 3, Art Club 2, 33 Junior Counselor, Riding Club 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. Council 2, 39 A.Y.H. lg Speedball 1, 2. FRAN CES J. BATURA Danbury Nursing Sports Fiend . . . "shorty" . . . "What a shot in the arm". White ,Caps 2, 35 Swimming Club 1, 2, 33 Field Hockey 15 Speedball lg Sports Chairman 1, W.A.A. lg Softball 2. VVILLIAM C. BAUER New Britain Electrical Engineering A.I.E.E. HENRY BAWARSKY New Haven Government LESLIE HARVY BEATMAN Hartford Accounting SIMON C. BEATMAN Hartford Economics ALLAN R. BEAUDOIN New Britain Zoology ' Sigma Chi Prexy of the garret . . . Unconscious humor. Track 13 Tennis 25 Ski Club 25 Medi- atorg Rifle Team 3. ARTHUR BECKER Norwich Sociology Tau Epsilon Phi "You're joshing me!" . . . "Indeed!" . . . "Quiet hours." Freedom League 2, 33 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 35 Hillel Council 1. DONALD BECKWITH Yantic Engineering STUART ROYDYN BEGG Hartford Chemistry ' Aviation Club 2, 3. CRAIG BELCHER Manchester Engineering RAYMOND A. BELLOWS, IR. Chester Marketing WILLIAM N. BENJAMIN, JR. New Britain Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Transfer from Hillyer junior College . . . Ex '4-5. THEODORE HENRY BENNETT Hartford Accounting WILLIAM A. BENNETT Hamden Civil Engineering Sigma Chi "Want to buy a suit for twenty dollars ?" Track 3g Student Senate 25 Nutmeg Asst. Business Manager 2g Editor 3. ANDREW BENVENUTO Hartford Mathematics Ace with French and Hartford . . . femmes . . .hah sleep! EDWARD V. BERARD Hartford Wildlife Mgt. Newman Club . . . Campus. HAROLD L. BERGER Hartford English Tau Epsilon Phi "Oh Frabjous day" A. . . "You realize, of course, Pm invincible". ALEX BERMAN Hartford Physics ARMAND T. BERTHIAUME Danielson Physical Education Sigma Alpha Epsilon Seen Larry? . . . Good morning . . . eh viande . . . Intramurals 2, 33 Baseball 23 Newman Club 2, 33 P.E. Majors Club 3. HONVARD T. BIECHELE Stratford Mechanical Engineering T hem Xi The crooner . . . "Looking for last year's lab reports". A.S.M.E. 3 Glee Club 2, 33 Alpha Phi Omega 23 Mediator 3. EDWARD BERNARD BIGENSKI Manchester Accounting Newman Club. JOSEPH E. BILANIN VVaterbury Pre-Dental 'iWho is going to town ?" JOHN H. BIRDSEYE Stratford Mechanical Engineering T hem Xi Ex '45 . . . "I don't collect Q.P.'s, they just accumulate." FREDERICK E. BLACK VVatertown Mechanical Engineering YVas here in A.S.T.P. and returned. Choir 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 13 Church Organist 1, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Outing Club 1. SEYMOUR BLACK Hartford Electrical Engineering Tau Epsilon Plzi "They wouldn'tl let me play" . . . Mr. Mun! l A.I.E.E. 3 Intramurals3 Baseball3 Foot- ball. A HARVEY D. BLETCHMAN New Haven Accounting Phi Elrsilon Pi "It's the books tonight" . . . Strictly A tk M strategy. Hillel 1, 2. ' LEONARD 1. BLooM "Stretch" Hartford Accounting Tau Epsilon Phi Tall, dark, and hayfever. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Council 1, 2, 33 Hillel Husky Stalf 2, 33 Mediator 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. DORIS NETTIE BLOSS Bethlehem Mathematics The postmasterls chief assistant. Riding Club 2, 33 Archery Club 2, 33 Aviation Club 2, 33 Mathematics Club 1, 33 W.S.S.F. 23 Varsity Club 33 Education Club 33 Blue and White Club 3. ARTHUR FRANCIS BLUM Terryville Industrial Management Sigma Nu Blushes easily . . . basketball enthusiast. DORIS E. BLUME Ansonia Zoology Phi Sigma Sigma A strange language all her own. ' Hillel 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 33 Hillel Husky 1, 2, 33 Archery Club 23 Hillel Dramatics 13 Panhellenic Council3 junior Counselor3 junior Class Executive Board. MARVIN BLUME New Haven Accounting Alumnus of the University of Wisconsin. 1 Band 23 Education Club 3, 43 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Hillel 1, 2, 3. NORMAN BLUME New Haven Government Alumnus of the University of Wisconsin. Hillel 13 Education Club 3, 43 Inter- national Relations Club 43 I.S.O. ELSIIS RUTH BLUMENTHAL Danielson Home Economics Education "Kids, I want to introduce-". 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g Campus 1, 2 ,3g Education Club 3g Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 Freedom League 2, 35 Zionists 1, 25 Hillel 1, 2, 33 Debating Club 2, 33 Hillel Choir 1, 23 Sociology Club 13 Dorm Secretary 33 Junior Counselorg Glee Club lg Youth Hostel Club 1, '2. DONALD M. BOARDMAN Danbury Industrial Management llljrha Gamma Rho Ex-class of 1946 . . . served three years with U.S. Mountain Troops. Ski Clubg S.A.M. I-IURLEY O. BOAZMAN New York City Psychology I-Hjrlm Sigma Phi "And what's your trouble?" A.V.C.g Husky Theatre Group, Direc- torg All University Band Committee. LOUIS GEORGE BOBROWSKI NACE!! New Britain Mechanical Engineering "Good thing you're smaller than me!" . . . man of few words . . . "Ace", the set-back king. Glee Club lg Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Engineers Club. JOHN EDWARD BOGACZYK Bridgeport Government International Relations Club. JOSEPH BOGDAN Waterbury ' Government International Relations Clubg, Newman Club. PHYLLIS BOHLIN Naugatuck Foods and Nutrition Phi M11 Completely adorable . . . how those eyes sparkle. House Council 15 Glee Club 1, 2g Choir 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, U.C.A. 1, 23 Junior Counselor. GEORGE BONNER New I-Iaven Business Administration EDVVARD T. BORKOVVSKI New Haven Industrial Management Theta Chi Lusty lungs and a big heart . . . "knock it off". Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Intramuralsg Touch Football. THERESA ANN BOSCHETTI Bridgeport History Delta Zeta Frank and earnest tho' still our Terry. Newman Club 1, Z, 33 Campus 2, 33 Education Club 2, 3g junior Counselorg University Players 2, 3. PETER KING BOURBEAU VVest Hartford Agricultural Engineering Sigma Aljzha Epsilon Major? Minor? Knot-tying . . . Dorsey's favorite. Football Manager 13 Basketball Man- ager 1, 2, 3g Block and Bridle 25 New- man Club lg Pinochle Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN BOWEN Newton General Home Economics Delta Zeta Pat, Don and Tuffy, the eternal trio. Swimming Club 1, 2. 35 Riding Club 35 U.C.A. 2, 35 Softball 1. LEONARD B. BOVVSZA Hartford Chemistry FRANK BOYD VVindsor . Business Administration JAMES BOYD Windsor Engineering ARTHUR JOHN BOYKO Bristol Zoology Sigma Chi The better half of the Quinn-Boyko com- bination . . . my old buddy . . . future surgeon. Glee Club 2g Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Rifle Team 3. CHARLES G. BOYNTON Hartford Poultry Husbandry Raising a family. JOHN F. BRADOVCHAK Stratford Insurance Sigma Chi General and Mrs. "O'Brady" . . . "Do you carry insurance?" Sociology Club 1, U.C.A. 2, 35 Intra- murals 2, 3. CAROL BRANDON Westport Art and Textiles That Bacall look . . . "Queen of the Gay Nineties" . . . lovable, sincere . . . Kappa Sig rooter. Choir 15 Glee Club 2, U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 35 Young Republican's Club 2 ,3. CARL DAVID BRANDT Bridgeport Bacteriology That suitcase full of photography equip- ment. Glee Club 15 U.C.A. 23 Biology Club 2, Pres. 33 Aviation Club 2, 35 Husky Network 2, 3 g Campus Photographer 2, 33 Nutmeg Photography Editor 3. JOSEPH BRAUN New York City Electrical Engineering "And the greatest of them is truth" . . . "Mr. Action everywhere". A.V.C. 2, Vice Chairman 33 P.C.A. Vice-Chairmang Engineers Clubg A.I.E.E. 2, 35 Hillel 2, 33 I.S.O. Tres. 3. ROSE BRAZEL Stamford Marketing Phi Sigma Sigma Dark and demure . . . that New York drawl . . . ' Hillel 1, 2, 35 Hillel Choir 1, 2, Hillel Husky 1, 2. IVIARY FRANCES BRAZIL VVaterbury Sociology Della Zola Vitality of a speed demon . . . "Did some- one mention food?" Glee Club 1, 35 Outing Club 19 Bad- minton Club 2. WILLIAM H. BRENNAN Naugatuck Government Newman Clubg International Relations Club. BARBARA BREWER West Hartford Business Administration "Changed my major again, kids" . . . Really a smart kid. PEARL BRIERE South Coventry French Petite . . . Dainty . . . French background . . . Speaks French. French Club. DAVID W. BRIM Lakeville Civil Engineering Engineers Club, A.S.C.E. THEODORE A. BRINDAMOUR Willimantic Civil Engineering Engineering Club 25 A.S.C.E.g New- man Club 2. FREDERICK BRINK, JR. Stratford Industrial Management Sigma Nu Transferred from the Junior College of Connecticut . . . "Drop dead" . . . "VVhat, ham again?" S.A.M. JEAN ARLENE BROVVN Manchester Arts and Textiles "What a riot!" . . . sweet little red head . . . a true friend. Aviation Club 25 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Intramural Baseball 1, 2. JOHN J. BROZDOWSKI, JR. Goshen, New York Horticulture Alpha Gamma Rho ' Newman Club 1, Z, 3g Forestry Club 1, 2, 33 Horticulture Club 1, 2, Swimming Team 1, 2. FREDERICK F. BRUENING West Haven Mechanical Engineering HELENE MARY BUCHANAN Milford Foods and Nutrition Kappa Kappa Gamma Looks bashful, but you never can tell , . . U.C.A. 1, 23 Home Economics Club Z, 3g Junior Counselo1'. ANTHONY BUEMI New Haven Zoology flljrha Sigma Phi "Eh, what're you gonna do P" . . . "Thnt's Ii e." HELEN BUDNEY BUTLER Thomaston Home Economirs Education Alpha Delta Pi ' Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3g Education Club 3g Outing Club 1g Eta Epsilon Eta 3g Art Work Shop 3. NORMA GRACE BUTTERY Waterford Sociology That giggle! . . . Short, but sweet . . . Little one . . . "Got a match?" . . . "It ain't easy!" K U.C.A. 1, 23 Episcopal Choir 23 Choir 1, Sociology Club 3. RICHARD A. BYER New Haven Accounting Phi Epsilon Pi The man with the analytical mind . . . the instigator supreme. Band 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, 2g Hillel 1, 2, 35 S.A.M. 3g Swimming Team 1. B. JOAN CAMPBELL New Hartford Arts and Textiles Kappa Kappa Gamma Ho-ho-Hudl . . . first of the three most terrific roommates . . . seminars at the Rock Garden. JAMES VV. CAMPBELL, JR. Hartford Marketing K appa Sigma "Back in '4-1" . . . Mike happy, study unhappy . . . Junior Class Vice-Presidentg Husky Network 2, Station Manager 3g Newman Club Z, 33 Intramural Council 25 Tennis Team 13 Aviation Club 29 Sigma Upsilon Iota 3. JEAN DOROTHY CAMPBELL Elmwood Spanish Kappa Kappa Gamma Happiness is a thing called John. Campus 2, Spanish Club 2, 3g U.C.A. 3. PASQUALE LOUIS CANGIANO Torrance, California ' Psychology Theta Xi Transfer student from Trinity College. Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track: Aviation Clubg Husky Radio Theatreg Husky Network. BARBARA CANNON Manchester Psychology Never without her "vie" . . . Transferred from University of Michigan . . . Lively, likable Bob. Flying Club 2. LUCIAN C. CANTIN Waterbury Industrial Management Transfer from the Citadel, Charleston, S. C .... Married to a beautiful brunette. Newman Club. NORMA E. CANTINO Meriden English Education Wants to teach . . . Sprague olhce standby. Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 2, Education Club 2, 33 Symposium 2, SQ Catholic Choir 13 Newconn News Zg Interfaith Council 23 junior Counselor. YALE CANTOR Rockville Government Eyes like Eddie's . . . "Say anything about me, but my car-it's sacred". Hillel 1, 2 ,3g I.Z.F.A. DAVID CAPLOVITZ New Haven Psychology Phi Epsilon Pi O,.P. crazy . . . Personal friend of the Red Geranium" . . ."'Me, Sam, and the Hillel 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK G. CAREW New Haven Economics Left here after Freshman year . 3 . Later did a year at Cornell University QHigh above Cayuga's watersj . . . Then back to U. of C. for junior and Senior years. UMBERTO NICHOLAS CARLONE Waterbury Mathematics Sigma Chi "I'll know the right odds now, Pm taking Probability Math." J.V. Basketball 15 ,l.V. Baseball 1, 2, Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Intramurals 1, 2, 3. BURTON EVERETT CARLOW New Haven Marketing Laughing boy . . . "Shoot a nickel, I'm reckless tonight." U-Conn Players 2g Varsity Rifle Team 3, 45 Trainer of Shangri-La A.C. MARCIA CARLSEN lfVillimantic Business Education Transfer from Willimantic State Teach- er's College. CHESTER CARPENTER Willimantic Arts and Science RAYMOND BRUCE CARROLL Manchester Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi An engineer lost without his magic wand . . . Trudy's yes man. Y CHARLES CARTLEDGE Bridgeport Engineering CHESTER A. CASE, JR. Hartford Civil Engineering Transfer from University of New Hamp- shire. A.S.C.E. DAVID E. CASTAGNETTI Stamford Industrial Management Transfer from New Haven Teacher's College and Fort Trumbull. Newman Club, S.A.M. CARMELA MADELYN CASTELLON East Haven Music Alpha Delta Pi Transfer from Albertus Magnus. VVhat the well-dressed co-ed wears. Newman Club. HENRY CEDRONE Norwich Business Sigma Nu RUTH ELlZABE'l'l'l CHANIBERLAIN VVest Haven Home Economics "Hey, who went to the P.O. after my male lMailj??" . . . Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, '53 Sprague House Council 35 Episcopal Altar Guild 2, 33 Campus 1, 2g Intra- mural Basketball 2, 33 junior Counselor. 1 IRWIN Cl-IlPPERlNl Groton Agricultural Engineering Sigma Nu "It's taking one h--- of a long time- '42-'-l-9." Footballg Soccerg R.O.T.C.g Forestry Club. EDMUND J. CHROSTOVVSKI Stamford Government PASQUALE A. CIPRIANO Waterbury Industrial Management Flashy bow ties . . . 'lThis college life is wonderful" . . . "South America here 1 come." Glee Club 1. BARBARA ANN CLAPP G1'0f0l1 Marketing "Back to Nassau!" . . . YVhat the well dressed woman should wear. Choir lg Band 1, 2, Husky Network 1, 2. j O I-l N CLARK Naugatuck Engineering LOIS BECKER CLARK VVethersfield Nursing Unique personality . . . week-end com- muter . . . good things come in small packages. Glee Club 13 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, White Caps 1, 2, 3. JANET COCHRANE New Haven Chemistry lt's the laugh that gets you . . . Oh so happy, always. Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Campus 1, 2, 33 Husky Network 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Uni- versity Players 2, 3g Spanish Club 15 Dormitory Reporter 2, 3g Archery 23 Softball 'Team 2g Riding Club 3. MORTON B. COHEN New Haven Marketing Phi' Epsilon Pi ul Hillelg Engineering Club, Obstacle Course Team. RAYNIOND COHEN New Haven I Zoology Phi E11:ilon'Phi Poet Laureate of Phi Ep . . . Saturday nite host . . . "Pm in love again." CrossfCountry 1, 2, 33 Engineers Club 1, 23 Hillel. ROBERT L. COHEN VVate1'bury Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Charter member of Hurricane Club. Hillel 1, 2, 3. SHERXVOOD COHEN Ansonia Accounting Phi SigmalDelta One of the Terrible Trio . . . "Room for one more to VVilli". . Intramural Sportsg Treasurer of the Freshman Class lg Hillel 1, 2, 35 Business Manager, Hillel Husky 2. SIDNEY ROBERT COHEN New Haven Electrical Engineering Politically conscious liberal . . . unusual engineer. Policy Committee Chairman of the A.V.C.g P.C.A. Chairmang Engineers Clubg I.S.O.g A.I'.E.E. CHARLES T. COLE Bridgeport Finance Lambda Chi Alpha "If it doesn't Cost me money, O.K." Alpha Phi Omega, Varsity Football Manager 3, 45 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 13 Treasurer 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2. CHESTER J. COLE Norwich Agricultural Engineering Outing Clubg Cross-Countryg Track. LAURA COLLINS Seymour Government Kappa Alpha Theta That cloistered look . . . Vest-pocket in- hibitions. Nutme Staff 2' Class Historian 3' E i , junior Counselor, junior Prom Commit- tee. PRISCILLA J. COLTON Granby Arts and Textiles Alpha Delta Pi Hair of gold and heart to match . . . A Rhody widow. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Campus 23 Art Club 2, 33 House Chairman 3. FRANCIS EDWARD CONDREN Portland Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu "Kuna, Kutta, Keeyakn . . . "I wonder who I pinned last night?" Newman Club, Soccerg Engineers Club. JOSEPH THOMAS CONDRON Newington Q Government "The politicanf' "Can't go out tonight, gotta sleep. Did you bring back any-?" WILLIAM JAMES CONLON New Britain Electrical Engineering Theta Xi Ask the old master . . . "We'll kill 'emln Engineering Clubg Newman Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL ERNEST CONRAD Waterbury Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Women and studies . . . Q.P.'s galore. A.S.C.E.g Vice-Pres. A.S.C.E. 33 Engi- neers Cluh, Vice-Pres. 2, 3. I GEORGE STEPHEN CONSTANDI Hartford Psychology Everyone's friend . . . Dancer par excel- lance. Newman Club, Dramatic Clubg Edi- torial Staff-"The Towerng Hartford Ex- tension 2. JOSEPH ANTHONY CONTI Mancl1ester Finance Siyma Alpha Epsilon Wit of S.A.E .... "Ask the treasurer first". ' Husky Network 3, 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 45 S.A.M. 2, 3, Mediator 3. BARBARA S. COOK Hartford Nursing Alpha Della Pi "l'm starved!" . . . five letters a day . . . One of the hospital suite. White Caps 1, 2, 33 Archery Club 1, 2. IRVIN G COOK Manchester Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa BETTY CORCORAN Oakville Pre-Medical "Got any nickles for cokes, kids?" . . . "Leave, Betty-Leave? But itjs only twelve o'CloCk!" Glee Club 2, 3g Campus 35 Summer Theatre 2. LILA E. CORKLAND Hartford EI1gliSl1 Alpha Ejuilon Phi Our future lawyer with that "Conover Look" . . . intense and interesting. Hillel 1, 2, 3. ELLSVVORTH CORKUM VVillimantic Business Administration ERNEST T. CORVO Middletown Psychology Sigma fflplm Epsilon Pre-Dental hypnotist . . . Mayer of Storrs. Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Intramurals QFort Trumbull-Baseball 23 Intramuralsg Glee Club 2.1. JOSEPH F. COSENZA Hamden Plant Science and Horticulture Commuter to Hamden on weekends . . . "Happily married! !" Football 1g Track Ig Agriculture Club lg Glee Club. ARTHUR NORMAN COSTELLO VVestport Accounting Newman Club 3. FRED R. COURTSAL Branford VVildlife Management Thvla Xi "Blonde? That must have been my girl." Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR J. COUTU Bloomfield Agricultural Economics Sigma N11 Newman Clubg Basketball 1. RAYMOND 1. COWLES, JR. Woodbridge Wildlife Management Them Xi "VVho'll take a shotgun for a rifle and a revolver?" . . . "Field and Stream" to the exclusion of other texts. ANTHONY A. COZZI New Haven Business Administration ARTHUR E. CRANDALL Berlin Accounting Rille Teamg Golf Team. ALLEN EDWARD CRANE Hartford Education Commuter . . . Married . . . And a proud father. C. HOVV ARD CRANE Newington Marketing Theta Chi Polka King . . . Worries about Q.P.'s, but gets a good number of them . . . One of The Crane's. JOHN CREAGAN - VVillimantic Business Administration MARY SEATON CRIGHTON Winsted Arts and Textiles "Oh, those Greek dances!" . . . What a barrel of T.N.T.l Choir 15 U.C.A. 1, Z, 3, Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Field Hockey Club 1. RALPH CROOG New Haven Insurance Tau Eprilon Phi "Got a cigarette?" . . . "Watch that language!" Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Varsity Foot- ball Letterg Varsity Club 2, 33 University Orchestra 13 Track Team Z5 Intramural Basketballg Hillel 1, 2, 3. - ANN LOUISE CROSBY Pomfret Arts and Textiles Kappa Kappa Gamma Versatility supreme . . . Yellow dungarees to match the convertible. Choir 1, 2g Tennis 15 Dramatic Club 25 Glee Clubg U.C.A. 1. EDVVARD JOSEPH CROVVE Bridgeport Marketing Theta Chi The fellow whose forehead is most likely to recede. Society for Advancement of Manage- ment Sg International Relations Club SQ Newman Club 1, 2, 3. ANN , IVIARIE CURRAN VVillimantic Mathematics Studious, and has the Q.P.'s to show for it . . . A good friend to all who know her. Newman Club 2, 33 Education Club 3. JASON P. CURTISS, IR. Burrville Finance ELAINE ANNE CUSTER Hartford Nursing Delta Zara A Theta Xi's her "DZ" man . . . White Caps 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g House Council member 2, 3, Dorm Social Chairman 1. MARGARET CUSTER Hartford Sociology Mother Confessor . . . shares her cig- arettes . . . loyal and true, the best friend possible . . . Glee Club 1, 25 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. ELLIOT CUTLER New Haven Accounting Phi Epsilon Pi A.V.C. LILA ANNE CUTTING Naugatuck Psychology Phi :Wu Twenty pins . . . slanting eyes . . . "the new look" . . . "Have an after dinner mint." Art VVOrksl1op 3, U.C.A. 3. ELEANOR M. CZAPLA New Britain Textiles Personality plus . . . conscientious . . . diversified :lbilities . . . Glee Club 13 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Home Economics Club 2, 3g Arts and Crafts Club, Secretary 3. JONATHAN CZAR Meriden Economics "How many meetings can there be in one night?" Campus 1, 2, 33 Stemmons Award '42, A.V.C. Sec. 25 l.S.O. 35 Sigma Upsilon Iota. LUCILLE DZADDETTA West Haven Nlarketing Alpha Delta Pi BEATRICE ELLEN DALEY Hyde Park, Vermont Psychology Frantic for be-bop! . . . "See me later" . . . Constant "break-aparts" and "lows" . . . up in Ver-r-mont . . . Psycho-Psychol- ogists, by gud! BARBARA DALY Bridgeport - Government Phi lvlll FREDERICK STUART DALY Bridgeport Management Alpha Gamma Rho Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 33 S.A.M.g Intramural Football, Softball and Swim- ming 1, 2, 3, Student Senateg Sophomore Class Treasurer. ANITA DANESE Waterbury Arts and Science JOHN DANIELS VVate1-bury Engineering ORESTES DAVEY New Britain Engineering LOIS DAVIS Stratford Sociology Kapffa flljilm Timm ALDO DE FRANCESCO Stamford Arts and Science ELIZABETH DEGNAN Derby Arts and Science-Government 'Alpha Della Pi , GEORGE DELAGE Cos Cob Engineering Sigma .4ll1ha Efvsilou RICHARD DELAPORTA New London Engineering JOSEPH DEL GROSSO New London Business Administration GENE DEL MAURNE New London Engineering EVE DE MARS VVest Hartford Arts and Science FRANK GEORGE DE MAYO New Haven Accounting Soccer CFQ1-t Trumbullj, Track. MARK DENEGRE New Haven Arts and Science Sigma Chi WILLIAM DE PATIE VVest Hartford Business Administration :fljrlza Sigma Phi MARY DE STEFANO Essex Business Administration ARTHUR R. DEYORIO Hartford Industrial Management Sigma Chi "Did I ever show you a picture of my baby girl?" THOMAS DIESEL VVillirnantic Business Administration LOUIS U. DIXON VVaterford Sigma Alljzha Epsilon Loves to sing . . . "Happy Farmer" . . . "VVhy didn't I buy a cigar?" . . . Steady eater t pical Scotchman and proud . . . y of it. EDWARD D'I,UGO - Bridgeport Accounting KENDALL LUCAS DOLGE Hazardville Pre-Medical K ap pa Sigma Biology Club. MAURA DONAHUE Ansonia Nursing Pi Beta Phi The cub of the attic. Newman Club 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 25 White Caps 1, 2, Vice-President 3g Swim- ming Club 1. WILLIAM DONAHUE New Britain Marketing Thela Chi Ski Clubg Newman Clubg Intramurals. HARRY DOLET . SHERMAN DRUTMAN New Haven Zoology Phi Eyuilon Pi "Who has the bigger shoulders?" . . . "If I were King . ." g Loves discussions on be-bop trumpet. LAUREN CE S. DUB UC Danielson Physical Education Sigma Alljnha Epsilon A coach someday . . . Versatile. Basketball 2, 33 Soccer 3g P. E. Major's Clubg Intramural Football and Softballg Newman Clubg All Campus Social Com- mittee. ROBERT DUCH Willimantic Arts and Science JACQUELINE DUDACK New Britain Arts and Science Pi Bvta Phi DANIEL R. DUGAN I New Haven Electrical Engineering Newman Club. FRANCES DUNN New Britain Arts and Science flllrha Eluilnn Phi ROBERT DUNN Hartford Business Administration Phi Epsilon Pi ROBERT D. DURAND Cheshire Mechanical Engineering Lambda Chi ffljrha Unmoved by world-shaking cataclysm. Mediatorg Glee Club 2, 3g Engineering Club 1, 2, 33 A.S.M,E. 9 Ski Club 2, 3g Outing Club 2g U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH DWORKIN Ansonia Arts and Science RONALD EBB Forestville Business Administration SAMUEL EDELSON Berlin Business Phi Sigma Dalia JAMES EDMONDSOR Coventry Agronomy LEONA ELIGATOR New Haven Nursing Phi Sigma Sigma - SYBIL ELION New London Arts and Science Alpha Epsilon Phi YVILLIANI ELLIS Hartford Accounting Phi Sigma Delta "Lil' Bill" . . . short, dark and handsome. Hillel 1, Z, 33 University Players 1, 2. ROBERT E. ENO Hartford Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Handsome "Chops" Robert . . . Fatal to women . . . Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3g A.S.C.E. 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. BRUNO ENRICO Manchester Business Administration-Accounting RICHARD EN SLING W0Odm0l1t Track 1, 2g Cross-Country 1, 23 Intra- mural Fportsg junior Variety Show 2. ALICE EST REN New Haven Arts and Science Phi Sigma Sigma CHARLES B. EUSTON Deep River Chemistry Married man . . . One of the project boys . . . "Ya know, this stuff is getting rough." ALVIN EVANS New Haven Business Administration-Accounting Phi Epxilon Pi Student Senate 2, 35 Freshman Hand- book, Co-Editor 3. PAI GE EVERIN Hartford Arts and Science ADELE EWANOWSKI Middletown Mathematics Transfer from Hartford Extension, Junior Year . . . Terrific! Enywah! . . . Personality Personilied . . . beautiful red hair . . . cheerful disposition. WILLIAM FANNON New Haven Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho JACK P. FARINA Groton Government Alpha Sigma Phi "Money isn't everything, but I can see it!" Mediator Z, 3. ' MURRAY J. P. FAY West Hartford Bio-Chemistry Newman Club. JOYCE MARIE FEDERLEIN Hamden Nursing Kappa Alpha Theta jerse, the nurse . . . Vivacious. White Caps 1, 2, 3g Editor of the U-Conn Cap 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Glee Club lg House Council 1, Nutmeg 2. FRANCIS P. FEENEY Hartford Transfer from Hartford Extension . . . Air Corps Veteran . . . Iceland was cold, but South Campus is colder. Newman Club. FREDERICK FEIBEL Meriden Bacteriology and Animal Diseases Sigma Nu Numerous sisters in Phi Mu . . . Diddles with bugs . . . high Q.P.'s, and a milk drinker . . . early to bed and early to rise. Soccer 2, 3, Track 1, 23 Block and Bridle 1, 2, 33 Treasurer 2, 3g Agriculture Club 2. LOIS FEIBEL Meriden German ' Phi Mu Fritz . . . She's lovely, shels engaged-1. RICHARD FELDMAN New Haven Business Administration Phi Epsilon Pi The King . . . Country Club set. SIDNEY FELIX Hartford Engineering RICHARD FERGUSON New Milford Engineering JOHN JOSEPH FIORE Ansonia Accounting Them Chi "Did you finish your accounting home- work?" Newman Culb 2, 3, Intramurals 23 Block and Bridle Club. ELIHU ISRAEL FISI-IMAN New Haven Zoology Tau Efuilon Phi "It's my natural laugh, I can't help it!" Intramural Councilg Varsity Football 2. LEONARD R. FITZGERALD Bridgeport Accounting Transferred from Junior College of Con- necticut via Fort Trumbull . . . "Mar- ried and happy." Newman Clubg Ski Club. JOI-IN FLETCHER, JR. VVillimantic International Relations LLOYD DAVIS FLOOD Suflield Chemistry Freshman year 1940-1941 . . . started again February 1946. Track 15 4-I-I Club 1, 2g Forestry 1, 2. DONALD F. FLYNN Watertown Zoology Sigma .-llljnha Eprilon "Only pair of yellow pants on campus" . . . "In like Flynn". Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Football lg Campus 1, Engineers Club lg Inter- national Relations Club 3. WILLIAM B. FOGG Greenwich Accounting Sigma Chi "Levis wrap this job up." . . . "I know a joke about that." Newman Club: S.A.M. EDXVARD FOLEY Hamden - Business Administration BENJAMIN H. FONOROW Storrs Mathematics Tau Epsilon Phi The Silver Knight . . . likes campus life better than New York. Hillelg A.V.C. 3 Rilie Tearng R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3. LOUIS FORLINI Middletown Business Administration Them Xi Football 2, 3g Varsity Club. BENIS MORTON FRANK Stamford History Ex-marine corps and glad of it. Mgr. Swimming Team 1, 2, 3: A.V.C. 2, 3g Russian Club 2, 3g P.C.A. g I.S.O. ROBERT H. FRANKLIN Stamford Government Alpha Gamma Rho Somebody's son has to be president. Track 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Medi- ator Sg International Relations Clubg Treasurer 3, ARTHUR FRECHETTE New London BUSIUCSS Alpha Sigma Phi Student Senate 33 Editor Campusg Student Faculty Committee. HERBERT FREIDMAN Hartford Accounting "Pvc got a new car" . . . "You can ask me about it, Pm an old married man." Intramurals 1, 29 Hillel 1, 2, 3. ROBERT N. FRENCH Newington Agricultural Economics Alpha Gamma Rho Serious student . . . aifable, jovial . . . Ski enthusiast. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports Council 2, 3g Ski Club 1, 2, 3. HENRY FRENKEL Bridgeport Pre-Medical "If brains were electricity, he'd be a power house." . . . Boy! . . . "Don't Wait for me." Choirg I.Z.F.A. g Hillel. JOHN H. FRIED Hartford Bacteriology "I won't be a dentist!" . . . "Oh, brother 1" . . . "Sprague closes too early.". , A.V.C. 3 Biology Club. MARILYN FRIEL , O South Glastonbury Arts and Science SALVAT ORE N. FULCO H artford Accounting Dean's list sophomore year . . . Ambitious fellow with a level head. ' ERNEST J. GADUE, JR. West Hartford Marketing Transferred from Hillyer College. WALTER GAJEWSKI Hartford Engineering ARTHUR GALAN Hartford Marketing Theta Chi Knows everyone of importance on Campus . . . Organizer ofthe Turtle Club . . . Always a big Hello . . . Phi Sig Sig's Sweetheart. Football 13 Trackg Intramurals. 9 JULIUS L. GALIN Hartford Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Operator . . . Married . . . was a B-29 Navigator in Pacific . . . Club member of "Veterans of Foreign Wars" and "Disabled American Vet- erans." WALTER C. GALINAT Hamden Botany Coast Guard veteran, serving two years overseas in Aleutians . . . married . . . aim-Yale Graduate School. HAROLIQ E. GANNON, JR. Springdale Accounting JOHN M. GANNON Springdale Electrical Engineering "You never had it so good." ELIOT GANTMACHER Willimantic Marketing Phi Efmilon Pi Deac, you clrive me . . . conceited, love- able, bull-thrower . . . the gant. LEON R. GARDNER, JR. Ashford Agricultural Engineering 4-H Club 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY E. GATES North Coventry Psychology Reserved-but when she giggles!! . . . "Why did I ever get stuck with this?" U.C.A. 1, 33 Orchestra lg Band 33 Sociology Club 3. HENRY S. GAUCHER, JR. Willimnntic Government Sigma .filpha Epsilon "Anyone going to Sprague?" . . . "Lost my head." Football 2, 3g Track 2g Intramurals 23 Newman Club 2, 33 Vice-President 3, Junior Variety Show 2, President of Junior Class. LESTER CHARLES GAUVAIN West Hartford Marketing Strong and steady . . . never misses a weekend. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Soccer Team 23 Pi- nochle Club 1, 2, 3g Intramurals 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM THOMAS GEENTY, JR. New Haven Bacteriology Sigma Chi Has a cheery hello for everyone. Football 15 Intramurals 1, 25 J.V. Base- ball 1, Forestry Club lg Newman Club 1, 3g Biology Club 3. PHILIP ALVERT GEIDEL Hartford Theta Xi MURREY GELLEN Middletown Zoology One of the "Wa-Ha-McGoochies . . . Net Star . . . wit and jitterbug extra- ordinaire . . . can talk ears off a brass monkey, better yet can talk a brass monkey out of his ears . . . "My name is Cliff, drop over sometime." FRANK GENTILE Waterbury Government Glee Club 35 International Relations Club 3. GEORGE GEORGIS New Haven Mathematics ' Sigma Chi "Call me Flashn . . . Floating power . . . Lady killer. Husky Network 3, 4. HAROLD HOFN GERAGOSIAN New Britain Government LOUIS GERSON Waterbury Government Architect for a "Brave, New World" . . . Intriguing accent. International Relations Club, President 43 Campus 4, N.S.A. Q Round Table 3, 4. VICTOR MICHAEL GIANGRAVE New Britain Pre-Medical Kappa Sigma "Like mad" . . . "Side Arm". Track 1, 23 Varsity Club 2, 35 Orches- tra 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. CHARLES GILBERT Norwich Engineering JAMES M. GILBERT New Britain Marketing Phi M zz Delia Orator of the house. Mediator, Newman Clubg Soccer 1g Intramural Sports. ROBINSON TYLER GILBERT Glastonbury A Marketing Alpha Gamma Rho "VVhat this country needs is generaliza- tion, not specialization." U.C.A. 3 S.A.M. 3 Swimming 1. REGINA L. GILLER Waterbury Home Economics-Education Alpha Epsilon Phi "Mort's designing a new house for us" . . . "This is the last hand." ' Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Choir 1, 25 Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Education Club 3. ' HERBERT GILMAN East Hartford Electrical Engineering "Let's shoot to New York" . . . Math whiz . . . Integrate . . . 34 Q.P. Engineer. A.I.E.E. g P.C.A. 3 A.V.C. 5 Engineers Club. NORMA EVELYN GINTER New Haven Secretarial Studies Loves to paint . . . Naturalist at heart fAfrican grass and ivyl . . . Lucky Chuck! U.C.A. 1, 2, 39 Art Club 33 Outing Club 3. EDWARD GIPSTEIN Hartford Chemistry Phi Sigma Delia "Django and his hot guitarg The NICEST BLUSH on Campus." GERALD W. GITLITZ New Haven "Transfer from Fort Trumbull Septem- ber, 1947. JOSEPH GLASS New Haven Accounting Tau Epsilon Phi "Well then, are you busy next XMAS P" . . . Oh, it's not so dark down here. Freshman Trackg S.A.M. WILLIAM GLOTZER Glastonbury Accounting SIDNEY DAVID GOLDBERG New Britain Insurance Ulirooklynls gift to Conn . . . I just got the word." Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 3g A.V.C. 2, 3g W.S.S.F. DAVID GOLDENBLOOME Hartford Engineering SAUL GOLDMAN Hartford Business Administration MARVIN CARL GOLDSTEIN Danbury Marketing Phi Sigma Della "A side order of french fries and a hot fudge sundae" . . . "Please, Marvin won't hurt you" . . . The Mad Hatter. Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Councilg All In- tramural Spo1'ts 1, 2, 3. SIDNEY GOLDSTEIN New London Arts and Science Phi Sigma Delta LEONARD GOLDMAN Willimantic Arts and Science GENE GOODYVIN YVest Avon Landscaping Pi Beta Phi A transfer student from Russel Sag: . . . her nickname could be happy . . . One of the nicest people to argue with . . . she can make Storrs weather seem delightful and refreshing. Archeryg Church Choir 3. ROSE GOORHIGIAN lrVallington School of Education BARBARA GOOSEN New Canaan English Loves yellow gloves, flashy scarves, New York Giants and all things Irish. U.C.A. 13 Art XVorkshop 23 Kennedy Club 3, Orchestra lg University Players 2, 3. BERNICE GORDON Ansonia English Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Sig's envoy to the Court of St. James. Hillel 1, 2, 3g Soc. Club 13 Hillel Players lg Hillel Husky 1, 2, 3g Husky Network 2. BEVERLY GORDEN South Norwalk Bacteriology Transfer from Florida State College for Women . . . Five feet two, eyes of blue . . . Great music enthusiast . . . "I spend my life in a lab!" JOE R. GORDON Hartford Electrical Engineering "Started education at the Univ. of Conn. in 1941 . . . attended Univ. of Oklahoma for one semester." Engineers Clubg A.I.E.E. SYLVIA GORDON V New Haven Zoology Groomed to perfection . . . glowing peaches and cream complexion . . . "Any- one want to play bridge?" Hillel 1, 2, 35 Biology Club. MARTIN GOTTESDIENER New London Business Administration RAYMOND GOURD Hamden Engineering BERNARD FRANCIS GRABOWSKI Bristol Marketing "Nice night for an invasion!" International Relations Clubg I.S.O.Q A.V.C. ROBERT F. GRADY Hartford Marketing Phi Mu Delta A knight in shining armor . . . there's a shanty in the town. Newman Club, S.A.1VI. FRANK ANTHONY GRANATU Hartford Psychology Jumped college baseball for a crack at pro ball. C. Club 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2g Soc. Club 2, 35 Basketball Varsity 1, Zg Newman Club 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND M. GRANT Colchester Industrial Management Always there with a crash. University Choir 1, 2, Sq U.C.A. 1, 2, 'Sq 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g Band 2, 35 Alpha Phi Omega 2, 33 Grange 2, 35 Glee Club 1. ROBERT BARROWS GRANT Melrose Farm Management Theta Xi Green convertibles, horses. Ag. Club -1, 25 U.C.A. S5 Grange 15 Block and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3g 4-H Club 1, 2, 3. EDWIN GREENBERG New Haven Business Administration Phi Epsilon Pi PEARL DORIS GREENBERG New Haven Sociology Alpha Epsilon Phi Tall, aloof brunette . . . Spoke in the Hillel wheel. Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Key 25 Jr. Counse- lorg Hillel Husky 1, 2, Hillel Council 1, Z, 3, Sociology Club 33 House Council Z, 3. SHERWOOD HENRY GREENBERG New Haven Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Kardinal Kappa . . . Sharp dresser . . . "Little Nelln. Campus lg Husky Network 23 Sociology Club lg Hillel 1, 2, 3, 45 Hillel Choir 1: University Choir lg International Rela- tions Club lg University Band 1, 2, 3, 45 University Players 1, 2, 35 Collegians 1, 2, 3g Orchestra lg Concert Band 25 Manager and Treasurer of Univ. Players lg Spanish Club lg Treasurer Spanish Club lg Junior Variety Show Zg War Bond Show Committee 13 Intramural Sports 15 S.A.M. LOUISA ANNE GREENVVALD Meriden Business Administration Former member of the WAC . . . Likes to dance . . . Loves football games. A.V.C. 2, Exec. Sec. 35 Band 35 I.S.O. 3g Freedom League 2, 3g VV.S.S.F. 3g Hillel 2, 3. KATHERINE A. GREGORY Colchester Arts and Textiles The girl with thelbeautiful suits . . . abstract designs . , . takes off for week- ends. Newman Club 1, 2, Sq Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 33 University Players 2, 3g Campus 33 Art Workshop 2, 3. GERRARD JOHN GRIFFIN Shelton Accounting Hard to navigate that upper bunk . . . Adores smiling profs . . . Nightly trips to the Grille . . . Young for his age. PHILIP GRIFFIN VVillimantic Arts and Science CLIFFORD GRODD New Haven Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Student Senateg Husky Network. H"-X but Y? GLORIA GUSTAFSON ' Manchester Arts and Textiles Dalia Zeta Strawberry blond with the green eyes . . . feminine and irresistible. Home Economics Club, Newman Club. WALLACE P. HACKETT Bridgeport Insurance Sigma Alpha Ejuilon Versatile athlete . . . Quiet and easy going. Baseball lg Basketball 23 S.A.M. ALTA BERYL HAGAR Branford Sociology These disappearing eyes . . . Name syn- onymous with tall. Sociology Club 1, 35 Outing Club 2, 35 VV.S.S.F. 23 4-H Club 25 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. HARRY HAGEL Middletown Industrial Management Sigma Nu Football 2, 33 Baseballg S.A.M. DAVID HAHN Willimantic Civil Engineering Sigma Chi Often found at Kappa . . . Slipstick specialist . . . BMOC with a hand in every pie. I i Senate 2, 3, 4-3 President of Sigma Chxg NSA 5 Engineers Club. OTTO HAIN N01-Walk Marketing Sigma Nu A real lady killer, and extremely modest. RUTH ALICE HAINES East Hartford Animal Husbandry Phi Mu My kingdom for a horse . . . Blonde and terrific. Grange 1, 2, 33 Ceres 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball Club 2, 35 Riding Club 2, 3g W.A.A. 2, 33 Junior Counselorg Block and Bridle 33 Women's Varsity Club 3. BETTY IRENE I-IALLOCK Bridgeport Sociology Kapjla Kappa Gamma Pleasure by the "Grohs" . . . Problems galore. U.C.A. 1, 25 University Players 2g Sociology Club 35 junior Counselor. VVILLIAM VVALTER I-IALVVICK Naugatuck Marketing Sigma Nu Mass producer of sense and nonsense . . . 'Will go a long ways if his wind holds out. Manager Basketball 13 Freshman Base- ball IQ Intramurals. ALFRED I-IAMANN Bridgeport Engineering JUNE DE FOREST HAMILTON Milford English Freckles galore . . . Generally speaking, shels generally speaking. JOHN C. HAMLIN Stratford Mechanical Engineering "YVhen an idea bounces into an empty head-it has the time of its life." A.S.M.E. 1, 2, 33 Husky Networkg Out- ing Club 1. HERZL HAIVIMER YVest Hartford Government All roads lead to Vllhitney. l-lusky Network, Husky Theatre Groupg International Relations Club, Hillel. LESTER HANKIN Norwich Bacteriology Phi Ejuilon Pi Defines homework as something to occupy yourself with while commuting between Willimantic and New London. Campus lg Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 35 American Veterans Committee 2, 3. I. RUSSELL HANLEY Bridgeport Industrial Management Phi Mu Delta Tall, dark and debonaire . . . "Hey, wl1ere's Ellen ?" . . . Smooth-voiced hum- orist . . . "Now, when Pm an executive" . . . Friends galore. Glee Club 13 Junior Varsity Football lg Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Newman Club 1, Z, 3g S.A.M. 3, Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Assistant Central Treas- urerg Student Senate 33 Treasurer, VV.S.S.F. Drive 3. ERNEST M. HAN SELL South Coventry English Commuter. BERVIAN AUDREY HANSEN Greenwich Foods and Nutrition Sports plus Q.P.'s . . . Vitality and a pleasant smile. U.C.A. 15 Swimming Club 1, 23 Mod- ern Dance 13 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2g Ski Club 3, Eta Epsilon Eta. JOHN R. HANSEN Manchester Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu Soccer lg Swimming 1, 23 A.S.M.E. 1. RICHARD A. HANSEN East Hartford Civil Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho Safari to Willi. Club. Football 1, 25 A.S.C.E. RICHARD B. HANSEN Hamden Accounting Allpha Gamma Rho VIRGINIA HARGREAVES Willimantic Arts and Textiles Kappa Alpha Theta MARK HART YVest Hartford History Theta Chi "Pm trapped, can't get out of line" . . . Mr. Grimm . . . Martha's Vineyard. International Relations Clubg Spanish Clubg Basketball 1, 2: S.A.M. EVERETT BURTON HARVEY, JR. New Haven Marketing "Me and Birdie" . . . "These evenings spent in Holcomb" . . . "Life can be won- Clerful." Aviation Club 2, 33 Holcomb 2, 3, 4. RANDAL BURNUM HATHVVAY Thomaston Mechanical Engineering He owns a Nash . . . "just call me Rain- bow." A.S.M.E.g Engineers Club. IRVVIN MARVIN HAUSMAN Bridgeport Government Tau Epsilon Phi Mediatorg jr. Executive Committeeg Hillel. PAUL HAVVLEY YVillimantic Engineering EMILY JEAN HAYDEN Tolland Sociology Delta Zeta Aura of friendliness and gaiety . . . Personality plus enthusiasm. U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 University Choir 1, 2, 3g U.C.A. Council 33 Sociology Club 35 Husky Network 2, 3. JOHN L. HEALY Stamford Industrial Management Phi Mu Delta MARGUERITE RENEE HECKLER Coventry Zoology Tussles with the termites in Zoo lab. Pep Club 35 Ski Club 3. DANIEL P. HEFFERNAN Derby Physical Education All-around athlete . . . If it happens to anyone it happens to Hefli. Physical Education Majors Club 25 Sec.- Tres. 33 Newman Club 2, 35 Basketball 3. RUTH LILLIAN HERMANN VVethersiield Industrial Management Phi Mu She does have her serious momentsg even a temper. Campus Business Staff 1, 2g Glee Club Ig U.C.A. 1, 2, 39 Softball Club 2g S.A.M. 3. ELLEN-MARIE HERR Hamden Zoology Pi Beta Phi Perfection in rippling laughter. Campus Business Stal? 1, 25 Choir 33 Biology Club 13 Glee Club 15 junior Counselor 33 W.S.G.A. 1, 2, 33 Soph. Social Chairman 2g Treasurer of W.S.G.- A. 3g U.C.A. 1, 2. ROBERT F. I-IERRGEN Stamford Mechanical Engineering "Anne and I . . . A grinder-with spice added." , Engineers Club 35 Newman Club 2, 3. MATHIAS HETTINGER Bridgeport Electrical Engineering HERBERT W. HILLS Chester Industrial Management Sigma Chi "Remember Wesleyan in '46? . . . Cow- boy in a Buick." S.A.M. HELEN LUCILLE I-IINMAN Burlington Arts and 'Textiles Kappa Kappa Gamma Devilish double talk . . . "Sparkle" plenty. Field Hockey Ig Glee Club 1, 25 Uni- versity Choir 1, 2, 33 Moter Choir 2, 3: U.C.A. 1, 23 Junior Counselor 3. MARILYN I-IJORTLAND New London Arts and Textiles Drifting and dreaming . . . "I-Ie's my guyv! NANCY A. HOADLEY New I-Iaveu Marketing Kappa fllpha Theta Cute 'n sweet . . . The Theta Thrush. Glee Club 1, 2, 3g VV.S.S.F. 35 Choir 23 U.C.A. 1, 2, SQ Archery 23 junior Counselor 3. VVILLIAM HENRY HOAGLAND, Srd. Devon Dairy Industry Great camera fiend . . . Tuesday explor- er's Club. University Playersg Grange. WALTER HODGES JANET ELOISE HODGSON Stratford Bacteriology "Everyone has some good in them." . . . Thoughtful, sensitive . . . Bendixing at I A.M. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Secretary 39 Outing Club 13 Badminton Club 1, Zg University Choir 2, 3. ETTA SHIRLEY HOLM Hartford English Phi Sigma Sigma Queen of the caustic comment . . . Envi- able eliiciency. Hillel Choir 15 Hillel 1, 2, 35 Junior Counselorg Campus 3. EDVVARD HOLLMAN Derby Arts and Science ALLAN A. HOLMBERG Hartford Marketing Alpha Sigma Phi HERBERT HOOVER HOLIVIES Milf01'd ,Q Zoolggy Rides to the Natchaug in the Herbmobile . . . "M.B.J." Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 3. MERTON S. HONEYMAN New Britain Zoology The armored force of intramural football. Hillelg Intramural Baseball, Football, Trackg German play "Das Heise Eisenf' JEAN T. HORAN YVaterbury Business Administration Industrial Management Alpha Delta Pi, A country doctor's bride . . . Fabulous planner. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 S.A.M. 3. SHIRLEY F. HORSMAN Stafford Nursing Easy to laugh-hard to stopg "You know what?" VVhite Caps 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3. KENNETH W. HORTON Cos Cob Industrial Administration EDWARD HOMER HOTCHKISS Thomaston French Lambda Chi Alpha Sartorially elegant . . . Proud of his Buick f1929J furnished in chintz and burlap. Husky Network 35 Campus 25 French Club 3. JANET E. HOTCHKISS Stratford Bacteriology Early to bed and early to rise. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Sociology Club 1, Out- ing Club 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Sunday School 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL JAMES HOURIGAN Norwich Marketing Phi Mu Delta "Hourigan is the name!" Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Mediator 2. JOSEPH E. HOWARD Bridgeport Accounting YVONNE SUZANNE HOYT West Haven Bacteriology That ski-jump nose . . . The upper class- man with the Freshman hello. U.C.A. lg Sociology Club lg Outing Club 1, 2, 3g Independent League 2g French Club 2g Glee Club 3, Independent Student Organization 3. ROY MORRISON HUBEL Middletown Electrical Engineering Kappa Sigma gurly hair, dimples, and size fourteen eet. Choir 1, 2, 3g Motet Choir 3g Band lg Glee Club lg Engineers Club 35 A.S.E.E. 3. RALPH A. HUCKINS New Haven Marketing "Transferred from Fort Trumbull." S.M.A. ELIZABETH G. HUGHES East Hampton Bacteriology Phi Mu Live wire . . . "What a day" . . . VVhat a personality-even at 6:30 A.M. Newman Club I, 2, 33 Outing Club 2g Junior Counsclorg Student Assistant 23 Sorority Vice-President. JANE A. HUMMEL Vllaterbury Government Kappa Kappa Gamma Refreshing American beauty . . . True blue and blue. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club SQ International Relations Club 3. WILLIAM L. HUNTINGTON, JR. Norwich Civil Engineering Transfer from Tufts Collegeg Marriedg Lives at project. A.S.C.E. 5 Engineers Club. MERWIN E. HUPFER Meriden Civil Engineering A.S.C.E. 5 Enginee1's Club. JAMES MACLEOD HURD Milford Botony Theta Chi "The 'Blue Beetle' has another flat" . . . "Let's go get some apples." Indoor Trackg University Choirg U.C.A. 3 Forestry Clubg Nutmeg Staff. THOMAS C. IRVINE Torrington Government Sigma Alpha Epsilon The poor man's Winchell and Campus jester by popular acclaim. Husky Network lg Program Manager 25 Asst. Mgr. 33 Campus 13 News Ed. 2, 33 Soccer 25 Junior Variety Show 25 Inter- national Relations Club 3. SEYMOUR WILLIAM ISRAEL Willimantic Sociology Tau Epsilon Phi I-Iillel Foundation 1, 2g Pres. 3g Intra- mural Football, Basketball, Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hillel Choir 1, 2, 35 Hillel Husky, Bus. Mgr. 2, 33 Interfaith Council 2, 3. ALDEN IVES Morris Insurance Grange 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. 2, 35 Intra- mural Softball 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. IVES East Morris Secretarial Studies Partial to Engineering building. Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Grange 1, 2, 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Basketball Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Counselorg Education Club 3. WALTER WILLIAM JABS New Britain Industrial Management Theta Chi A willing fourth for any bridge game. Intramural Football, Baseball. HARRY N. IACKAWAY New Britain Marketing Phi Ejrsilon Pi Ski Clubg Hillelg National Student Association. BARBARA JACKSON Bridgeport Physical Education Alpha Della Pi The metabolism kid . . . Knew everyone on campus. CARL VV. JACKSON, JR. Portland Marketing Alpha Grmnua Rho Noted for his Congeniality. S.A.M. 3 Soccer 1, 2. GERSON A. JACOBSON Norwich Zoology Fastidious in bow ties . . . Fanatically systematic. A.V.C. 2, 3, Husky Network 1, 2, Band 2, 3. JULIAN JOSEPH JAFFE East Hampton Genetics LEVVIS STANLEY JAIVIN Hartford Accounting "That 'B' will ruin my average." GABRIELLE H. ,TARRY Taftville Chemistry "Everything's copersteticn . . . Busy buzzer on the wall. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Swimming Club 1, 23 Badminton 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES J. JENKINS Glenbrook Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Long drink of water . . . Swimmer deluxe. Swimming 1, 2, 3. LEE LAY IENNINGS VVest Hartford Agriculture EDVVARD J. JERUSS New Haven Insurance Phi Epsilon Pi ROBERT E. IOERRES Bristol Business Administration-Marketing Phi Blu Delta "Body and SouI'i' . . . Supper Club Mem- ber. S.A.M. S, Intramurals 2, 33 A.S.C.E. 1. BARBARA A. JOHNSON East Hampton Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma Swedish Sweetness . . . Gaiety makes her world go 'round. Conn. Campus 25 Nutmeg 25 U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Sociology Club 33 Spanish Club 3g Junio1' Counselor 3. EDWARD ALTON JOHNSON Hartford Accounting JOHN C. JOHNSON Georgetown Finance "You mean you've never heard of George- town, the hub of the State ?" Society for the Advancement of Man- agementg U.C.A. KENNETH EDWIN JOHNSON Ridgefield Sociology Jack of all sports . . . Q.P. collector. Tennisg Choir 15 U.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer 1, 23 Co-chairman 2, 3, Sociology Club 3. NEVVELL T. JOHNSON Wetherslield Mechanical Engineering A.S.M,E. 9 Engineers Club. NIELS JOHNSON Manchester Business Administration ROBERT JOHNSON Waterbury Accounting Baseball 1, 25 Intramurals 2, 3, New- man Club 33 Hombresg Nutmeg Staff. STUART WILLIAM JOHNSON Portland Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Big Swede . . . Shoulders . . . Strong, silent type. Soccer 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 A.S.M.E., Capt. Soccer 3. VIRGINA BOYD JOHNSON Bloomfield Zoology An eight o'clock riser, a ten o'clock scholar. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Block and Bridle 2, 3, Junior Counselor 3. WALTER JOHNSON Thomaston Government Russian Club 2. DONALD JONES New Britain Business Administration WESLEY JONES Te,-I-yvillg Agriculture HARRY KABLESH Terryville Mechanical Engineering CLAIRE KABOT Torrington Business Administration .flljrha Epsilon Phi She's a glutton for cuttin' hair . . . 'Wears clothes well. Hillel 1, 2, 35 Hillel Choir 1, 23 Hillel Husky lg I-louse Council 2, 3. ALICE MARY KALMIN VVcthersfield Vibrant personality . . . Everybody's friend. VV.S.S.F.3 I.S.O.g A.V.C., Ulecording Secretary 1946lg Newman Club. JUDITH STEVENS KANE Southbury Sociology Alpha Della Pi Once a queen, always a queen . . . Never dateless. Newman Clubg Sociology Club. GEORGE ARTHUR KANEHL Manchester Industrial Administration Home every weekend . . . Artist extra- ordinary. Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Pinochle Clubg Setback Clubg Chess Club. FRED LEVVIS KAPROVE Hartford Marketing Phi Sigma Delta Carefree personality . . . lover of line music, women and vittles . . . one of the VVa-Ha-McGoochies. Hillel Foundationg I-Iillel Choirg A.V.C., Hartford Branchg Class Treas- urerg Sports Editor of the "Tower". GILBERT M. KATTEN VVest Hartford Marketing Tau Epsilon Phi "Let's take off for the lake!" Rifle Team 2, 33 Hillel 3. DAVID KATZIN Winsted Marketing "A semester at Northeastern, a year at Trumbull, plus Naval Aviation equals Junior on campus . . . with luck and enough 'sack time' equals graduation." STEPHEN KAUFMAN New Britain Business Administration "Let's get things organized" . . . "I've got an idea" . . . Would like to tell people a few things, and have them believe it! Husky Network Executive Board, News Editorg Campusg Trumbull Tide As- sociate Editorg Spanish Clubg Hillelg S.A.M. HAROLD S. KAYE New Britain Bacteriology Authority on jazz . . . Mad about music from Bach to Bop. Hillel 1, 2. RITA NAOMI KAYSER Hartford Business Administration Phi Sigma Sigma Tall, dark, and willowy . . . Poise and popularity. Hillel 1, 2, 35 Hillel Players 25 Soci- ologv Club 3, junior Counselor 35 Uni- versity Players Sg University Radio Players 3. JOHN T. KEARNEY Bridgeport Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu Secretary of the Engineers Clubg Treas- urer A.S.M.E. KATHERINE KEENAN Ridgefield SociologY "Pretty Kitty" . . . 'Tm lovin' you !".. . . infectious gaiety . . . loves gay times . . . has gay lines . . . "I love life and I want to live" . . . budgets her time, men, and money. Glee Club 1, 2g Newman Club 1, 2, 45 Sociology Club 2, 4. EDVVARD R. KEENAN rim-rfofd Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho "VVho don't like Stan Kenton Pi' Newman Club, Engrneerrng Clubg A.S.M.E. HILDA FLORENCE KEER VVallingford English A night owl by nature . . . "Let's broad- cast that!" Connecticut Campus, Bus. Staff 2, Re- porter 2, 35 University Players 2, 33 WHUS Announcer 2, Sq Daily Program Manager 33 Henry K. Denlinger Debat- ing Society 2g University Radio Players 2, 3g Spanish Club 23 Junior Variety Show Z. PATRICIA ANNE KEHOE Stratford Foods and Nutrition Phi Mu "lVIy natural curl" . . . cute as a minute. Newman Club 2, 33 Campus Staff 1, Z, 33 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 33 Junior Counselor. A JANE ELIZABETH KELLEY Norfolk English Small but mighty. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Junior Counselor3 Social Chairman of Holcomb Hall 3. JAMES KELLY Hamden Agriculture CAROLYN KEMPTON Fairfield Arts and Science CHARLES KENNEDY VVillimantic Arts and Science JOHN F. KENNEDY Hartford Insurance Sigma Alpha Epsilon "How you are ?" . . . Morning crooner and evening spooner. Glee Club 13 Track Team 13 Newman Club 33 White Seal Clubg S.A.M. 3. WVILLIAM JOSEPH KERIN Hartford Industrial Management Fort Trumbull3 Student Council 1, 23 May Frolic Weekend Committeeg Debat- ing Society Treasurer 13 Dramatic Society 13 Newman Club Delegateg Economics Clubg Holcomb Scholarship3 S.A.M. GEORGE KERSHENBAUM Hartford Electrical Engineering "Draw your own conclusions . . . I gotta' go study". I-Iillelg Engineers Clubg WHUS Net- workg American Institute of Electrical Engineersg American Institute of Radio Engineers. VIRGINIA L. KESER Portland Nursing Kappa flljbha Theta One who always glows with happiness. White Caps 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1, Z, 33 Junior Counselor 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2. JOHN MONSON KESSES Hamden Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi CHARLES KEVIT Beacon Falls Economics Alpha Sigma Phi "Take my girl, but don't take my car." . . . "No Face." Spanish Club 33 Newman Club 3. JEROME KIEL Hartford Accounting KEITH H. KIMBALL Bristol Horticulture Lambda Chi Alpha Glee Club 23 Outing Club 23 Debating Club 33 Spanish Club 33 Forestry Club 2. PRESTON .C. KING Millis, Mass. Government Sigma Alpha Epsilon Smoothie, a string to every female heart and every corner of the campus that counts. Baseball3 Band 13 Student Senate 2, 3, 43 Round Table 33 N.S.A. 2, 33 In- ternational Relations Club 3. DAVID ALBERT KIN SLER Hartford Arts and Science JOI-IN M. KMECAK, JR. Bridgeport Accounting Alpha Sigma Phi Loves to eat and sleep. Newman Club 2, 3g Nutmeg 3. JAMES KNIGHT Manchester Business Administration Lrlmhda Chi ffllfrha PHILIP MURRAY KNOVVLTON Marblehead, Mass. Marketing Married veteran . . . Proctor . . , Six years in the U.S. Marine Corps. WALTER J. KNOX, JR. Orange Marlreting Sigma Chi "Ask a man who owns one" . . . "Spin that prop." Campus, Advertising Mgr. 4g VVHUS, Program Mgr. S. RHODA M. KOEHLER Nursing You never knew such Il swell girl. U.C.A. 1, 33 Glee Club 1, Z, 3g Pub- licity Chairman 3. MAX KORMAN Colchester Dairy Industry "I can't quite describe the flavor of this cheese, let me have another piece." Hillelg Dairy Clubg Agriculture Clubg I.Z.F.A.g Independent Lengueg I.S.O.3 A.Y.D. FRANCIS A. KOSEWSKI Shelton Industrial Management Phi Mu Delta Newman Club 1, 2, 35 S.A.M. 33 Nut- meg Z. MELVIN KOSOVSKY Hartford Insurance Good natured . . . Sincere and dependable. Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Choir 1, 2, 3, Varsity Tennis Team 3. MARGARET ANNE KOTERBAY Bridgeport Nursing Industrious . . . Brains, beauty, and breed- ing. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 VVhite Caps 2, 33 Archery 33 junior Counselor. ALEXANDER HARRY KOUN ARIS New Britain Marketing Sigma Nu A pretty face and he's in love again . . . "Hello Hon." CALLIOPE KOUNARIS New Britain Marketing t'That'd be nice!" . . . "How-ah-yew P" U.C.A. g Independent League. EDWARD KOWSZ Mystic Civil Engineering Solid character . . . Likes a good argu- ment. Newman Club, Engineering Clubg A.S.C.E. MILTON K. KRANTZ Hartford Zoology Phi Sigma Delta Masty's mainstay . . . Niglttly calls to Bernie. Football 1g Baseball 13 Hillel 1, 2, 3g Mediator 3. ELIZABETH H. KRAUCALIS Terryville History Gets a big bang out of life . . . Good dancer. Newman Club 2, 35 Campus 2, 3g New- Conn News 35 International Relations Club 3, junior Counselorg Basketball Club 3. LESLIE HENRY KRECH Meriden Accounting Sigma Chi JOSEPH KRENICKI Terryville Engineering MILDRED ELLEN KRIVONOS VVest Haven Government Htlplza Epsilon Phi Individualist . . . well organized . . . luxurious laughter. Hillel 1,- 2, 35 W.A.A. 25 Panhellenic 35 Co-chairman Greek Letter 35 N.S.A. 33 International Relations Club 3. CHARLES AUGUSTUS KROGER, JR. Hamden Mechanical Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon Quiet, but to be sure not dull . . Has common sense, which is indeed uncommon. Glee Club 1, 23 Engineers Club 1, 2, 33 Mediator 35 A.S.M.E. 3. . M. ROBERT KULBARSI-I Torrington Mechanical Engineering ZAVEN C. KURKJIAN Hartford Electrical Engineering Transfer student from University of Nebraska . . . served with the A.A.F. for three years . . . an all round swell guy . . . hobby is radio. Engineering Club. MATTHEVV KURZAWA West Haven Accounting Sigma Nu Always flexing his muscles . . . Can be heard for miles around. Sigma Nu Treasurerg Intramuralsg Swimming Teamg Baseball Team. AGNES MARY KUSIAK Glastonbury Physical Education A sweet personality, forever a friend is "Aggie", whose friends are many. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Physical Edu- cation Majors Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Varsity Club 2, 39 Basketball Club 2, 33 Field Hockey Club 1, 3g Speedball Club 2, 33 Archery Club 23 Swimming Club 23 Ski Club 25 W.A.A. 3g Sports Chairman Sprague Hall 33 Pep Club 3g Cheerleader 3. THERESA LABARRE Taftville Nursing "Aw, basically he's a good kid" . . . Disciple of Freud. lfVhite Capsg Glee Club lg Newman Clubg Independent Leagueg Spanish Club 2. ALBERT RAYMOND LACHANCE Bridgeport Marketing "Hello, dear!" . . . Tuctful, cheerful, easy to know. Campus 3, Football 25 Track 1g New- man Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Variety Show. LAVVREN CE LAFRENIERE Norwich Accounting Kappa Sigma Personality, pep, and pepsodent smile . . . tall and terrific. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Intramurals. ROBERT OMER LAGACE Willimantic Sociology and Art "Plans to' do graduate work in archae- ology." l Newman Club 1, 35 International Club 35 Sociology Club 3. WILLIAM LAN DAU Stamford Bacteriology Hillel 3 Shangri-la. RAYMOND LANZA New Britain Arts and Science WILLIAM E. LATTANZI New Haven Zoology QPre-medicall Sigma Nu A man's man through and through . . . Typical "X" man. Intramural Council 2, 33 Intramurals 2, 33 Tennis Team 2, 33 Biology Club 3. EDGAR LAW Bridgeport Arts and Science Alpha Gamma Rho IEANNE T. LAWSON East Hartford Sociology Pi Bela Phi Enthusiastic and unpredictable . . . Sports fiend. ' Archery Club Z, 3, Treasurer 33 Junior Counselorg Soc. Club 35 Swimming Club 1, 23 U.C.A. lg W.A.A. 5 Women's Var- sity Club 35 Nutmeg 3g N.S.A. 33 Can- terbury Club 3g Episcopal Choir 3. CLAIRE LEADER New Haven Secretarial Studies Delta Zeta Contagious smile and cute features. House Council 1, 23 I-Iockey Club 13 Badminton Club 1, Z3 Varsity Club 25 University Players 2, 35 Vice-Pres. 3. WILLIAM E. LEARY VVaterford Music Education Orchestrag Glee Club: Director of Campus Sextet. JOSEPH LEBEL Waterbury Arts and Science RAYMOND LEE New Haven Pre-Medical Alpha Sigma Phi Snappy dresser with wit to match. MARTIN PEMBLETON LEEPER Sigma Chi VVoodbridge Electrical Engineering Easy to get along with . . . always a smile. ALFRED F. LEFEBVRE Windsor Mechanical Engineering Sigma Chi Transfer from IVesleyan University . . . "Amazing", A.S.M.E. GEORGE MARCH LEGGE New Haven I Marketing Rilie Team, 194-1. ISADORE LEGINSKY New Haven Electrical Engineering Tau Epsilon Phi I "Have you got an onion I can borrow?" Tau Epsilon Phig Husky Networkg Chaplain A.I.E.E. . MARTIN LEIGHTON Bridgeport Engineering ROBERT J. LEVENTHAL Easton, Penna. Government Hartford Towerg Chairman A.V.C., Hartford Branch. NORMAN LEVIN Hartford Arts and Science DONALD LEVINE Stamford History Phi Epsilon Pi Exemplary collegiate, tweeds and repp ties. Round Table 3, 4. HAROLD LEVINE New Haven Business Administration J. PAUL LEVINE New Haven Industrial Administration Phi Ejuilon Phi The gay cabellero . . . everybody's buddy. Football 1, 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Team 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 2, 33 Swimming Team 1, 23 Hillel 2, 3. MARTIN LEVINE Hartford Accounting Member of the gruesome threesome . . . one of the high pressure boys. MURRY J. LEVINE Hartford Accounting Transfer from N.Y.U. News Editor of Hartford Branch, Tower 2g Hillel 33 A.V.C. 33 Foreign Relations 33 W.S.S.F. Chairman 33 I.S.O. 33 N.S.A. 3. PAUL D. LEVINE Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Marketing Tau Epsilon Phi Spontaneous wit . . . A tantalizing wink. SEYMOUR LEVINE Colchester History I.S.O. 3 Education Cliibg J'.V. Baseball3 Intramural Basketball and Softball3 Hil- lel Husky. LOIS MAXINE LEVY New Haven Zoology Phi Sigma Sigma The only color-blind artist with bangs. Hillel 1, Z, 33 Biology Club 23 Soc. Club 13 Hillel Husky Staff 1, 2, 33 Arch- ery Club 23 Hillel Publicity Committee 1, Z3 junior Counselor. GEORGE D. LEWVIS Ansonia Mechanical Engineering . . J . .y Stous iocketeei. Alpha Tau Phig American Rocket Society. PATRICIA M. LEWIS VVa te rtown Zoology Pi Bom Phi Our outdoor girl . . . vivacious and lovely. Campus 1, 23 House Council lg U.C.A. 1, 2. KELSEY CHARLES LINDSTROM Plainville Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon The Hummer's kid brother, and can he dance! . . . "Her name is Betty-Jane, see P" RUTH L. LINKLETTER New London Secretarial Studies Pi Bom Phi Exists for weekends . . . "He's so cute" . . . burns the midnight oil. U.C.A. 13 Field Hockey Club 13 House Council, Whitney 13 Choir 1, 33 Campus Business Staff 1, 23 Softball Club' 1, 23 Panhellenic Council 2, 33 Archery Club 2, 3, Treasurerg Sophomore Class Histor- iang W.A.A. 2, 33 W.S.G.C. 2, 3, Secre- tary 33 Varsity Club 33 junior Counselor3 Junior Class Executive Council. JOHN WAYNE LINSLEY Torrington Industrial Management Sigma Chi Swell fellow, nice looking and always good-natured. Glee Club 1, 23 Track 1, 23 University Players 3, 43 S.A.M. 4. SOL LIPPMAN Lebanon Bacteriology Famous last words, "Why study, it's a snap courselll' Husky Network. EDWARD BURTON LITWAK New Haven Accounting Slim, suave, and sarclonic . . . gargantuan grin. NORMAN O. LOISELLE Danielson Industrial Management Newman Clubg S.A.M. LORRAINE M. LOMBARDI Danbury Nursing Venus with Il head on her shoulders. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 White Caps 1, 2, 3, Trensurcr5 Sophomore Hop Com- mittee. REYNOLDS LONGFIELD Hamden Business Administration CAROLYN LOUISE LONGLEY Granby Nursing Pi Bala Phi A friend in need is a friend indeed. U.C.A. 15 4-H Club 1, 25 White Caps I, Treasurer 2, President 35 Archery Club 2, 35 Panbellenic Council 2, 3. PAUL LOPATIN New Haven Arts and Science CATHERINE E. LOUGHLIN New London Child Development Mamma Catherine and her freshman chicks. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Choir 15 Glee Club 15 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Yukon Aviation Club 15 Home Economics Club 2, 33 4-H Club 25 Junior Counselor 35 New-Conn News 1, 3. ROBERT LOVELACE New Haven Government International Relations Club 3. JOAN K. LUDDY Fairfield Foods and Nutrition Kappa .fllplza Theta A politician at heart . . . "Pm impressed". Outing Club 15 Hostel Club 15 Soc. Club 15 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Campus 1, 25 W.S.G.C. 25 President 35 Nutmeg 2, 35 Home Ec. Club 2, 35 W.S.S.F. 1, 2, 35 New-Conn News 1, 25 Husky Net- work 25 Senate 35 Student-Faculty Comm. 35 Co-editor Freshman Handbook 3. RALPH H. LUNDBERG Thomaston Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho DOROTHY G. LUNDBLAD Hartford Sociology Graduate Assistant. Archery Club, Sec. '47-485 Pencraftg Womenis Varsityg Storrs Women's Club5 Summer Dance Committee '46. CHARLES A. LUPINACCE, JR. Stamford Bacteriology 'Lab. technician extradinaire . . . Shangri-la A. C. THOMAS LYONS Thompsonville Business Administration ARCHIBALD MACDONALD, III Putnam Pre-Medical Kappa Sigma "Side arm". "Letis take the Caddy". Track 3. ROBERTA MACEVVAN Glenbrook Sociology Small blonde bomb-shell . . . Interior decorator superb. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, '55 Sociology Club 13 Tennis Club 1. MARY CAMERON MACKENZIE Waterford Home Ec. Education Hectic weekends at the MacKenzie estate . . . "Grapefruit juice for me" . . . "But he is my brother" . . . Jersey-Dairy Queen Supreme . . . "How ye machin' out?" Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Program Chairman 43 Education Club 2, S, Vice- President 43 Art Workshop 2, Business Manager 3, 4-g Whitney Social Chairman 33 Eta Epsilon Eta 4. MARSHALL EDWIN MACMASTERS Stamford Theta Chi "This one's for the championship". Choir. SIDNEY MAGID New Haven Government Phi Epsilon Pi Always smiling . . . Pillar of humor. Hillel 2, 33 Hillel Council 1, 2g W.S.- S.F. Drive 1, 2, 3g A.V.C. 2, 3g Freedom League 25 International Relations Club 1, 2: P.C.A. 2, 3. VVILLIAM F. MAGNER Bridgeport Accounting Lambda Chi Alpha Transferred from Fort Trumbull. Philosophy Club, Fort Trumbull Branchg Newman Club. EDWARD W. MAHER West Haven Government Alpha Gamma Rho The moaner . . . Never higher than a hundred on tech. Newman Club 1, 2, SQ Footballg Basket- ballg Intramuralsg International Rela- tions Club. DOLORES ANN MAICKI New London Government Kappa Kappa Gamma lrresponsible but irresistible. Campus 1, 2, 3g Nutmeg 2, 3g Spanish Club 2, 35 International Relations Club ig iewrnan Club 1, 2, 39 Junior Counse- or . WILLIAM ADRIAN MAINE Torrington Horticulture "Irregardless, art is simplicity itself," he said simply. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Agricultural Club 1, 25 Horticulture Club 3g Univer- sity Players 2, 3. CONSOLATO MALAVEN DA Meriden Business Administration Kappa Sigma NICHOLAS MALNICK East Hartford Electrical Engineering I'Ie's Z1 quiet, sincere fellow . . . A swell person. Engineers Club 3. ALYVIN MANKE West Hartford Agriculture Sigma Chi ALDO A. MANZI Waterbury Mechanical Engineering Fond of classical music . . . Likes all sports. Intramural Sports. CONSTANTINE I. MARGOLES New Haven Accounting "Esquire in person" . . . New Haven's representative to Storrs . . . "King of the pool table" . . . E.T.O. and P.T.O. veteran. International Relations Club 2, 33 S.- A.M. 3. HERBERT MARGOLIS Norwich Marketing Tau Epsilon Phi "Have you seen 'Littler than me' ". Historian of Freshman Classy Campus 15 I-Iillel. ROBERT MAROTTO Hartford Mathematics "But what would my wife say?" International Relations Clubg Newman Club. FRANKLIN W. MARSHALL Hartford German You figure like this, se! Cross-country 23 Track 2. EDWARD MARTIN Branford Arts and Science STANLEY D. MATTES Danbury Psychology Phi Sigma Della The mad psych major . . . Dananbury, the metropolis of Connecticut. Hillelg Rifle Teamg lntramurals. BEN L. MATTHESEN New Haven Industrial Management T ht-ra Xi Financial interest in the Yale games . . . "Gotta go interview Dole". Glee Club 23 Campus 2, 3, 45 S.A.M. 3, 4-. RICHARD W. MAXWELL Hartford Marketing Transferred from Hillyer College. RICHARD MCCABE New Britain Business Administration DONALD A. MCCARTI-IY New Haven Marketing Alpha Gamma Rho Care to double your money? . . . Has anybody got a cigarette? Newman Club 1, 2, 3. ELLICOTT MCCONNELL North Stonington Bacteriology Theta Xi Not misunderstood-just hopes he is . . . "Two women, can you suggest a third?" . . . Monologue with sound effects. Rifle Team 2, 35 Forestry 1, 2, 33 Medi- ator. JOHN MCCORMACK Bridgeport Industrial Management Sigma Nu I don't get it . . . Soccer fiend . . . Fater John. I.V. Soccerg S.A.M.g Newman Clubg Intramurals. EDWARD MCCULLOCK Bridgeport Engineering JOHN B. MCDONALD East Hartford Insurance Alpha Gamma Rho Charter member of the Gold Star Club . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 35 S.A.M. 35 In- tramurals 2, 33 Basketball 1. A HAROLD S. MCGEE Windsor Finance Alpha Gamma Rho Never has enough timefor anything . . especially the cello. Carollers 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 33 Uni- versity Orchestra 1, 25 University Choir 3. JOHN HUBERT MCGRAIL Hamden Industrial Administration Transfer from Junior College of Com- merce, New Haven. S.A.M. 35 Newman Club Sg Interna- tional Relations Club 3. ERVIN KENNETH MCMANUS New Haven Electrical Engineering DAVID H. MCNAMARA, JR. Hamden Marketing Transferred from University of Pitts- burgh. Economics Clubg Newman Clubg Soci- ology Club. LEON MCNELLY Hartford V Business Administration CHARLES J. MCSHEFFERY, IR. Wethersfield Mechanical Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha Grille addict . . . Sorry fellas-St. Joe's this weekend . . . Quite a tenor. NANCY ELIZABETH MEADNIS Waterford Arts and Textiles Kappa Kappa Gamma Eig girl sophistication behind a little girl ook. Field Hockey Clubllg Campus 23 U.- C.A. 1, 2, 33 Arts and Crafts Club 3. MILDRED AVERY MEEK New London Secretarial Studies Quick like a bunny . . . There are two of us. S.A.M. 2, SQ Husky Network 35 Uni- versity Players 3. HARRY K. MEGSON Glastonbury Civil Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho Mirth's the thing . . . Gamma Rho's Don juan. Ski Club 1, 23 A.S.C.E. 3 U.C.A. WILLIAM T. MEISELMAN Unionville Physical Education The system man . . . Drives the most atrocious vehicles. Golf 1945-461 Football 194-1 56 194-6g Baseball 19415 Newman Clubg Majors Club. JANE STAUB MELLEN New Milford Home Economics Irrepressible giggle . . . Used to wear the fraternity pin on her pajamas. U.C.A. 1, Zg Glee Club 15 University Choir 1, 2. MARCIA S. MERNSTEIN Glenbrook History Dresden doll . . . Ingenue. Campus 3. WILBUR J. MESSIER Manchester Business Administration Likable, laughing, lanky, blond. Newman Club. JOSEPH MEYER New Haven Industrial Management Phi Mu Delta Football lg Swimming 1. GEORGE CRAIG MICHEL New Haven Electrical Engineering Engineers Clubg A.I.E.E. EDWARD S. MICHNIEVVSKI Derby Insurance Sigma Clzi VVhy don't you ask someone who knows me? University Baud 1. RODNEY MIDFORD VVareford Point Engineering NICHOLAS G. MIKE Bridgeport Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. 1, 2. ARTHUR MILLER Ansonia Accounting EDITH MILLER - VVillirnantic Home Economics WALTER RUSSELL MILLER East Haven Genetics Kappa Sigma Aviation Clubg Block and Bridle Club. ALAN S. MINER East Hartford Accounting Kappa Sigma Choir lg Glee Club 25 International Relations Club 3. LAWRENCE BRONISLAW MISH Stamford Botany Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Al K. Holic" . . . "Didja hear the one aboutlin Intramurals. HELEN MISKY VVindsor Public Health Nursing Transfer from Hillyer junior College and Hartford Hospital School of Nursing. LAVVRENCE L. MITNICK New Haven Marketing "Let's do something . . . Is my hair combed?" . . . Transfer from Tulane Univ. of Louisiana. RENIE MODRY Stamford Psychology All nighter . . . Sparkling brown eyes . . . That's terrific. Hillel Newspaper Reporter 1g Ski Club 1g Hillel Dramatic Club, W.Y.H. 3 Husky Radio 2, 35 Sociology Club 35 Campus Reporter 2, 33 International Relations Club. CARL IV. MOELLER, JR. West Hartford Marketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon Music with emotion and a beat . . . Scotch and what? Campus 2, 33 Husky Network 35 S.A.M. 33 Glee Club 3. WILLIAM GEORGE MOLL Bridgeport Marketing Sigma Nu Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 25 "C" Club Sec.-Treas. 33 Intramural Basketball and Baseball. MICHAEL MOLOCHKO Bridgeport M21 K appa Sigma Politico supreme . . . ambition plus. Student Senate 2, 3 g Russian Club, Pres. 3. rketing Q ANDREW J. MONOHAN Bridgeport Civil Engineering Transfer from Univ. of New Hampshire via Fort Trumbull. A.S.C.E. 5 Engineers Clubg Newman Clubg ski Club. WOODFORD I. MOOERS Atlantic City, N. J. Marketing Theta Chi Football 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Pencraft 2. ELEANOR B. MOORE Hamden Foods and Nutrition Q.P. collector. Newman Clubg Home Economics Clubg University Players. GERALD F. MOORE Waterbury Marketing Husky Network, Radio News Editor. LILA MAY MOORE Storrs Home Economics Delta Zeta Transfer from Pembroke. Home Economics Club Z, 35 Choir 2, 33 Glee Club 25 Junior Counselor. ROBERT MOORE Southington Mechanical Engineering Sigma Nu Chain letter fan . . . Hobbies: Anything that moves. Ski Club 1, 2, 35 Pres. 3. MICHAEL C. MORRIS Hartford Industrial Management T heta X i "The Golden Greek" . . . "You peasants" . . . tremendous drive. President Freshman Class5 Pres. of In- tramural Council 35 Baseball 15 Basket- ballg Track 1, 2, 35 Cross-Country 1, 2, 35 Captain of Cross-Country 3. ROBERT N. MORRISEY Stratford Government Sigma Nu Q.P.'s galore . . . dynamo of action. Mgr. Basketball Team 15 Tennis Team 2, 35 International Relations Club 3g Round Table 35 Campus 1, 25 Intra- murals 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1. ERWIN L. MOTT, JR. Bridgeport Civil Engineering Sigma Nu "lf I had a nickel-". j.V. Football 1, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 35 Newman Club. MARGARET RUTH MOWREY Danielson Nursing Concentration plus! U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 White Caps 1, 2, 35 Sunday School Teacher 1, 25 4-H Club 2g Outing Club 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Junior Counselor. ARTHUR E. MOXLEY Cos Cob Electrical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Intelligent sometimes . . . Bashful, but hides it. Swimming 15 Engineers Club 2, 35 Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity 1, 2, 35 President 2. HELENE ELIZABETH MUDRY Ansonia Nursing Teasing is her past time . . . A mind of her own. Newman Club 2, 35 Husky Network :25 Outing Club 2, 35 Art Club 35 White Caps 3. THOMAS R. MULCONRY New Haven English Biology Club 25 Newman Club 2, 35 Inter-Faith Council 3. JOHN J. MULDOON Manchester Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho Newman Clubg A.S.M.E. ANTI-IONY S. MURASKA WHfCl'bu1'y Civil Engineering "Did you eat yet?" . . . Baby!! VVow!! Swimming Team 13 Glee Club lg Band 3, 4g Engineers Club 3, 43 Newman Club 3, 4 JACK J. MURPHY Utica, N. Y. Business Administration Commuter. PETER JOSEPH MURPHY Manchester Accounting Newman Club 3. RAYMOND RICHARD MURPHY Hartford Accounting S.A.M. EDWARD F. NANN North Haven Poultry Husbandry Theta Xi Willie? He will! Drills for water, but hopes for beer. CHARLES NARDOZZI Willimantic Arts and Science ' TRIAN NEAG Torrington Business Administration ROBERT B. NEUMANN New Britain Electrical Engineering A man with a slide rule to work out all the new cheers . . . friendly to all. Rilie Team 13 Cheerleader 2, 3g Engi- neers Club 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND F. NEWBAUER Bridgeport Marketing Transfer from University of Bridgeport . . . "What's the hurry ?" ALBERT EDWARD NEWBY Groton Forestry "Now when I was at Harvard." Not in the spotlight but behind it . . . "I wonder who's kissing her know." Foresty Club 1, 2, 35 Treasurer 1, 29 University Players 1, 2, 3. JULES NEWMAN Waterbury Tau Epsilon Phi "Midnight loquacity" . . . Laughing boy. Nutmegg Connecticut Campusg Hillel. CARL WILLIAM NIELSEN - Government Kappa Sigma The Great Dane . . . Husky Network's Newsflash . . . Debator par excellence. Husky Network 2, 3g Debating Club 23 Univ. Players 2, 35 Radio Players 3g In- ternational Relations Club 3. Shelton MIRIAM NILSEN New Britain f Mathematics Transfer from North Park Junior College in Chicago . . . "There's a limit to every- thing-even math." Education Clubg U.C.A. 35 N.S.A.g W.S.S.F.g Solicitations Chairman 3g Mathematics Club 3. JEROME S. NISSELBAUM Hartford Chemistry Rugged individualist . . . nothing ever bothers him. BARBARA JEAN NOBLE Suffield History "I'm beat!" . . . "Where are the cards ?" MARGARET ANN NYCE West Haven Home Economics Education Phi Blu "The brow" plus blue harlequins. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Badminton Club 13 U.C.A. 1, 23 Home Economics Club 1, 2. JOHN J. O'CONNELL West Haven Marketing Phi Mu Della Three-cornered grin . . . "VVhere did I hide Seabiscuit?" . . . Newman Club 2, 3. RICHARD JOSEPH O'CONNOR Stamford Marketing Serene composure . . . snappy twinkle . . . what a smile . . . S.A.M. 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 33 International Relations Club 2, 33 Nut- meg 2, 33 Philosophy Club 1. SATOSHI OISHI Waterbury' Civil Engineering Posters . . . "That's sexy!" . . . keen mind . . . examines everything . . . Campus Asst. Sports Editorg Vice-Pres. of Engineers Clubg Freedom Leagueg Pres. of A.S.C.E., I.S.O. HENRY STANLEY OLEJARCZK Branford Industrial Management "Feel that beard" . . . "Get the Warsaw Concerto on" . . . to sleep or to eat? . . . Basketball 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 3. MARY JANE OLSEN Newington Home Economics Extremely ticklish . . . Crocheting artist . . . This place is like Grand Central Station. White Caps 13 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 4-H Club 1, 2, 33 Grange 2, 33 Basketball Club 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Education 3. ALVIN I. OPOLINSKY Bristol Mathematics BARBARA OPPELT Meriden Secretarial Studies Delta Z eta Rare combination of beauty and brains . . . spends most of her time refusing dates . . . U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Husky Network 33 Uni- versity Players 3. MELVI N ORLINS South Norwalk Arts and Science DELORES IRENE ORTIZ Darien Psychology Diminutive, dark and daring . . . Badminton Club 1, 23 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 13 W.S.G.C. 33 House Council 33 Archery 3. EDWARD MELVIN OSCARSON New London Industrial Management Theta Xi Star Tenor in Turn's South Campus Songster . . . "Who's been using my accordion P" . . . Cross-Country 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 33 U.C.A. 1. LEONARD PACE Torrington Engineering EDITH R. PALL Fairfield Mathematics-Education Pi Beta Phi Q.P.'s with ease . . . she's not really shy . . . U.C.A. 1, 23 University Players 1, 2,.33 Sprague Hall Treasurer Z3 Education Club 2, 33 Mathematics Club 33 Junior Counselorg Nutmeg Stali. COSMO PAPALARDO New Haven Business Administration Tennisg Swirnmingg Newman Clnh. LEE PARANDES Hartford Marketing Sigma Nu Transfer from Trinity College . . . Liszt and Lee . . . Past and present . . . Piano VVorkshop Recital. CLAYTON C. PARKER VVest Hartford ' Civil Engineering Thcla Chi Engineers Clubg Tennis 1, 2, 33 Bkli Club. HARVEY L. PARSONS YVaterbury Forestry Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3g Grange 1, 2g Forestry Club l, 2, 35 U.C.A. 1, 3. GEORGE S. PAUL Southington Business Administration S.A.M. 3 A.V.C. JAMES B. PECK Yvoodhridge Mechanical Engineering Theta Xi Steamiitters are plumbers with their brains blowecl out!" . . . u A.S.M.E. SHIRLEY LORRAINE PECK Milford Foods and Nutrition Kappa Alpha Timm Her looks are only surpassed by her personality . . . Swimming Club 2g Home Economics Club 35 Nutmeg 2g I.R.C. 3. BERNARD PELLET Hartford Psychglggy "Let's get some beer." ROBERT EDVVARD PENN ' MUOSUP Music Sigma fllpha Epxilon Pecks Bad Boy . . . the little daddv of Building 414- . . . ' ' Choir 1, 25 U.C.A. 1, 2. EDVVARD PERKA Gl'0f0Il Civil Engineering A.S.M.E.g Engineers Club. , PRISCILLA PERKINS West Haven English Alpha Delta Pi Blonde screwball . . . loveable . . "Where's O1Connell?" . . . junior Counselor. EVELYN PERLER Hartford N ursing Alpha Epxiloyz Phi "Homework! . . . YVhat's that?" . . . "Let's play bridge" . . . a uniform never looked so good . . . Hillel 1, 2, 3g White Caps 1, 2, 3g House Chairman 2, 35 Junior Counselor 3g Hillel Choir 1g Hillel Husky. GEORGE PETERSON Manchester Engineering ' ROGER N. PETERSON Bristol Industrial Management Theta Xi , Lover of pipes . . . pool shark . . . Gotta see "Jus" . . . U.C.A. g I.R.C. Q S.A.M. JAMES J. PHILBIN New Haven English Accelerated Class of '-18. Philosophy Club 2, 3. BARBARA ANNE PHILLIPS Norwich Foods and Nutrition Superstitious as a witch . . . desires emo- tions to rack the soul . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 15 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 35 University Players 1, 2, 3. EDWARD P. PIATEK Meriden Psychology Be careful to whom you tell your dreamsg they may give you away. Alpha Phi Omega. CHARLOTTE LENORE PICKETT Berlin Nursing Cheerful . . . lively . . . into everything . . . always ready to help someone . . . White Caps 1, 2, si Field Hockey 15 4-H Club 1, 2, sg Riding 1, 2, 3. EDWARD JOSEPH PILECKI Naugatuck Zoology Newman Club. , KENNETH E. PITNEY, Broadbrook Electrical Engineering Transfer from Hillyer College . . . pas- sion for Windsor Knots and Jazz . . . subtle humor. Glee Club 2, 35 University Band 2, 35 Newman Club 2, 3. NATALIE JOAN PLASTRIDGE Willimantic Foods and Nutrition Sparkle, sweetness, poise and charm . . . in her we find a lot of that. Archery Club 25 Vice-President 33 U.C.A. 25 Glee Club 3. PAUL E. PLEPIS Stamford Mechanical Engineering I RUTH PODGVVAITE Cheshire History Education Chamois and Shined personality . . . bare- foot gal . . . everybody's confidant. U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 Archery Club 35 Educa- tion Club 35 Interfaith Council 25 Presi- dent Sg junior Counselor. EVELYN PODROVE Manchester English Hillel Z, 35 Ski Club 2, 3. ,IULIAN MURRAY POLIS Stamford Electrical Engineering "Tardiness is inexcusablef' A.I.E.E.5 Husky Network5 I-Iillelg En- gineers Clubg Swimmingg Int1'amural Softball. PEARL POLLACK Fairfield Industrial Management Phi Sigma Sigma Infectious giggle . . . with a song on her 1 s. PGlee Club 15 Varsity Hockey 1, 25 Hillel Husky 1, 35 W.A.A. Z, 35 Con- necticut Campus 35 Hillel 1, Z, 35 Soft- ball l, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Badminton 2, 35 junior Counselor5 Varsity Club. EDWIN LOUIS POLLOCK Hartford Marketing Phi Sigma Dalia jovial, fun-loving, great sense of humor and hono1'. Hartford Branch5 Class Treasure1'. ROBERT H. POPE Stratford Mechanical Engineering Famous for non-stop flights to Stratford . . . "Got any nickels?" Cross-Country 15 Engineering Club5 A.S.M.E. 3. ROBERT CHARLES POPP East Hartford Marketing Transfer from Hillyer College. GORDEN PORTER Hebron Engineering RALPH N. PORTER Middletown, Conn. Mechanical Engineering From the land of ice and snow . . . "You fellas all squared away?" Kappa Delta Phi fK.T.C., Keene, N.l-l.J5 A.S.M.E.5 Engineers Clubg Intra- mural Sports. ERNVIN POTTER Hamden Engineering CHRISTINE POULSEN Milford Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma ' Warm sophisticationg Thinks the profes- sor's voice is a Iullabyg "True love never runs smoothlyng VVho's Alpha Sig girl are you?5 Balances accounts, but there's only one "Bil l" Campus 15 U.C.A. I, 25 Badminton Club 25 Sociology Club 35 Aviation Club 25 junior Counselor. ROBERT D. POVVERS New Britain Marketing Little but mighty. Newman Club. V RAYMOND GEORGE PRAMUKA Bridgeport Accounting Sigma xllphn Epsilon "Throw me a ball" . . . Harding faithfulg . . . Dear Ruth: VVhat? . . . "Hey, Paul!! --How do l do this problem P" lntramurals. NORMAN ROBERT PRATT Manchester Insurance Sigma Alpha Epsilon Masterful wit, vivacious . . . Socio-busi- ness promoter . . . Cosmopolitan . . . Seen about Harlem's better clubs . . . "Sam, you made the pants too long." Cross-country 15 Soccer 2, 35 "C" Club 2, 35 Mediator 35 Husky Network 2, 35 Campus 25 Advertising Manager, Cam- pus 35 S.A.M. 1, 2, 35 Intramural Council 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Greek Letter Committee 3. FRANCIS R. PRELI Glastonbury Electrical Engineering Q.P. Getter . . . "Let's eat at Lou's" . . . A.I.E.E. 5 Engineers Club5 Alpha Tau Phig Rho Lambda Chi. SUZANNE L. PREVOT Bridgeport Accounting Kappa Alpha Theta Figures are her ambition . . . Sweet and lovable . . . Always busy, but ready and willing for the nightly bull sessions . . . The alarm clock of Kappa Alpha Theta. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Secretary 35 Campus 25 Nutmeg 2, 3, Executive Secre- tary 35 Husky Network 25 Archery Club 2, 35 junior Counselor 35 House Council 15 Softball 15 President of Theta 4. HARRY THEODORE PRYPLESH Shelton Government Sigma Alpha Epsilon Stanley Hack's Number One Fan . . . "Bet on the cubs in '4-8" . . . Shangri-la A. C.'s ace handshaker. Connecticut Campus 15 Russian Club 2, 3. SOPHIE SUSAN QUENK Bridgeport Sociology Frank, sincere, and earnest . . . Swimming enthusiast . . . Energetic little soul. Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, President 35 Sociology Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. 35 W.A.A. Council 25 House Council 25 Sports Chairman, Holcomb 2. JAMES KNOX QUINN New Haven Government Sigma Chi Better half of Boyko-Quinn Combination. Outing Club 15 Newman Club 1, Z, 35 Rifle Team 3. ELEAN ORE WILMA RADACK East Norwalk Sociology Phi Sigma Sigma "You've gotta be sincere" . . . Missed that deadline . . . 1778 pennies . . . The Golden Mean . . . "So-Do-Lof' Sociology Club5 Junior Counselor5 Hillel Choir 15 Hillel Husky Editor 35 Hillel Publicity Chairman5 House Chair- man 35 Basketball Intramurals. JAY ELIHU RAEBEN Hartford English University Radio Players 2, 3. ADOLPH JOSEPH RAKAUSKAS lVaterbury Marketing L'Carter keeps me too busy!" FRANK RAKOFF Manchester Engineering HENRIETTE M. R. RAKOWSKI Meriden Philosophy A page out of Vogue . . . coffee fiend . . . Wesleyan weekends . . . Banana split a day . . . popularity personified . . . shooter . . . Smooth n' sophisticated. Symposium 3, 43 Tennis Club, Swim- ming Club 4. HOWARD P. RAPHAEL New Haven Zoology Phi Epsilon Pi Conscientiousness and sincerity personi- Fred. NORMAN H. RASHBA New Haven Accounting Other half of the Promise Twins . . . "It just doesn't Figure." Football 15 Hillel. ALBERT H. REALE New Britain Niarketing Thpm Chi That innocent look . . . Q.P.'s galore . . . Unpredictable. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, S.A.M. 33 Nut- meg 2. 5-J XVILLIAM F. REARDON, JR. VVest Hartford Government PRISCILLA ANN REED Collinsville Secretarial Studies Friendly, feminine, but not frivolous. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Engineering Club 13 Outing Club 2, Executive Committee, Outing Club 33 Campus 2, 35 Nutmeg 35 Blue and White Club 3. JOSEPH F. REGAN Tolland Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Q Engineers Club. DORIS ANN REINHOLD Watertown Foods and Nutrition A transfer from Centenary junior Col- lege, Hackettstown, New jersey. U.C.A.g 4-H Club, Home Economics Club. M. CAROLYN RENSHAVV Colebrook Animal Husbandry flljrha Delta Pi Supercharged . . . Give her the wide open spaces . . . Tantal-eyes-ing. Hockey 1, 2, 3, Ag. Club 1, 25 Block and Bridle 1, 2, Sports Chairman 21 W.A.A. Z, 3, junior Counselor, Basket- ball Club Zg Cheerleader 2, 3, Class Vice-President 23 Nutmeg 2, Circulation Mgr. 3. FRANCIS J. RICE Storrs Animal Husbandry Tllela Xi Ten gallon hat and boots . . . Square dance caller. Block and Bridle 1, 2, 35 Grange 2, 35 4-H Club 35 Agricultural Club 1. ,IEAN JOAN RIELLO New Haven Marketing Bubbling over with energy . . . Lovely, lilting laughter. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 St. Thomas Aquinas Choir lg Campus Business Board 2, Spanish Club 1, 2. RAYMOND RIFKIN XVest VVillington Engineering Tried to play a piano once. Soccer lg Swimming 1, 23 A.S.M.E. 3. YVILLIAIVI 'l'. RIISKA WVinsted Government Sigma Chi Generosity exceeded only by his good looks. GENE RINGKLIB Torrington Secretarial Studies Quiet, but wait till you get to know her! . . . Hair that flaunts rainy weather. Glee Club 13 Grange 2. ROBERT' NORMAN RIOUX Plainfield Frenph Always ready with Z1 smile . . . why, you . . .I Female interest off campus . . . classes in Gulley . . . language liend . . . "Are you trying to pull a fast one?" ROBERT DOVVNES RIPPE XVestport Marketing Sigma Alpha Ejrrilmz "Opps-Lost my pin again" . . . controls the purse strings . . . Mediator 3, Pres. +3 U.C.A. 3, 43 S.A.M. 3. GLORIA SISLMA RISCHALL Meriden Business Administration Phi Sigma Sigma Congenial . . , cooperative . . . cheerful. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel llramatics 2, 33 Hillel Choir 1, 2, 33 University Players 2, 33 Hillel Husky 1. BARBARA RISLEY East Hartford Sociology Oh, so sweet and serious is she! U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Council 2, 33 Sociology Club 33 Executive Committee 33 Junior Connselor 3. CLAIRE ALTI-IEA RITTMAN East Hampton Bacteriology Capable leader . . . Full of pep, vim, and vigor. House Chairman 33 Pep Club 33 I.S.O. 33 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Basketball Club 23 Baseball Club 13 Grange 2, 33 Nutmeg Staff 23 Intramurals 1, 2. ALEXANDER B. ROBBIE, JR. Stamford Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi I-'lljrha "Now listen to me3 take the log of 1.4, see . . . always in a big hurry. Engineering CIub3 A.I.E.E. MARIE ELIZABETH ROBERTS Fairfield Nursing Liked by all who know her . . . hot shot for a liypo. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 White Caps 2, 33 House Council 23 Glee Club 33 Hockey Club 1, 2, 33 Softball Club 1, 23 Yukon Cap 33 Campus 23 Junior PCPQ Basket- ball Intramurals 1, 23 Women's Varsity Club 2, 3. LAVVRENCE R. ROBERTSON, JR. North Coventry NIUSIC A person easy to envy, but not at all diilicult to know. ALTHEA MAE ROBISH Norwichtown Zoologb' Happy laugh . . . calmly accomplishes. WILLIAM M. ROCHE VVest Hartford Accounting I'm not rough . . . I'm not tough . . . but boy am I determined. Newman Club. RHODA MAE ROCHELLE New Haven PSYCh0l0gY Sincere and friendly . . . always ready to lend a helping hand. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Choir 33 Hillel Husky 13 Dramatic Groupg Zionist 1, Z3 Secretary 33 Holcomb Highlights 13 junior Counselor. EVELYN SARA RODRIDGUEZ Southington Nursing Petite sophisticate . . . artistic mind. White Caps 1, Z, 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3. PETER ROGAN Fisher's Island, New York Engineering Phi M11 Delta JULIA T. ROKITA Colchester Home Economics-Education Phi Mu Watch for the pixie behind that quiet smile. Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Speedball 1, Campus 3, junior Counselor 3, Home Economics Club 2, 33 Education Club. DANIEL P. ROMAN Portland Bacteriology Alpha Gamma Rho Faculty husband . . . Have to ask my wife. Track 2, 33 Cross-Country 2, 3. PAUL JAMES ROSA Stamford Electrical Engineering Kappa Sigma Varsity Football 1, 2, 35 Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Engineers Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 35 A.I.E.E. 3. . BERTHA MARION ROSE North Branford Secretarial Studies Dainty miss . . . Sugar and spice and everything nice. U.C.A. 1, 2, 35 University Choir 2, 4-I-I Club 1, 2. RAYMOND E. ROSE VVest Haven Accounting JUDITH N. ROSENBAUIVI Hartford Sociology fflplla Elrriloyz Phi Provocative dimples and black sntiny tresses . . . rippling giggles. House Council, Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Choir 2, Corresponding Secretary, Soci- ology Club 1, 3. HOVVARD ROSENBERG New Haven Marketing Phi Epxilon Pi Dapper dresser . .' . prodigal playboy . . . suave seaman . . . corpulent cottage caller . . . marketing menace. Track lg Hillel 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 2. BERNICE ROSENBLUM Stamford Spanish I like red, no matter what color it is . . . never a dull moment. Hillel 1, 2, 3. STANLEY ROSOFF VVillimantic Engineering NORTON M. ROSS I-Iartford Pl'C-Medical Hillel 1, 2, 35 Zionist Grove 2, 33 Freedom League 2, 35 A.V.C. 2, 35 Biology Club 33 Audio Visual Aids Center 1, 2, 3. JOHN ROSSI Hartford Arts and Science ALVIN G. ROTTMAN New Haven Law Phi Epsilon Pi Dapper Rodney . . . I met jonathan . . . white buckskins and grey liannels. Connecticut Campus 1, 2, 3, Hillel 1, 2, 33 Connecticut Collegians 23 Husky Theater Group 3. HAROLD ,RUTKIN Bridgeport Arts and Science EDWARD RYAN Bridgeport Business Administration JOHN J. RYAN Hartford Marketing Alpha Gamma Rho Track 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club. JOHN T. RYAN South Coventry Business Administration RUTH ANN RYAN Wallingford Secretarial Studies Alpha Delta Pi Naive sense of humor that packs a punch. Newman Club 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 25 Ski Club 15 Intramurals 1, 3. PAUL FRANCIS RYDER VVaterbury Mechanical Engineering Newman Club 3, 4, 5, A.S.M.E. 4, 53 New-Conn News 4, 5. NIARGARET ANN SAGE Hamden Nursing The girl with the sparkling eyes and cute smile. ' Husky Network Engineer 33 Episcopal Choir 2, 39 Altar Guild 2, 3, Sociology Club 35 VVhite Caps 1, 2, 3. ROBERT SALTMAN Bridgeport Business Administration GLORIA SAMBORSKI East Haddam Secretarial Studies If there's a right way and a wrong way, Sammy takes the wrong way. Orchestra lg Outing ,Club 2g -I-H Club 25 University Players 2, 35 Junior Coun- selor 3. ROBERT JOHN SANDALL, JR. New Britain Industrial Management Kappa Sigma Energetic . . . Businesslike . . . Sunday songbird. University Choir 1, 2, 3g Mediator 2, 3g S.A.M. 3. CARMELA SANTARSIERO VVaterbury Bacteriology A charming young miss with big, black twinkling eyes. Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Librarian 2g New- man Club lg Outing Club 1. ALBERT R. SARDILLI New Britain Accounting Football 1, 2, 3g Track 2g Newman Club 1, 2. IRENE SARKISIAN New Britain Mathematics Versatile . . . Connoiseur of good taste. U.C.A. 1, 2, 3g University Choir 23 Junior Counselorg House Treasurer 3: Math Club 1. ' ELVIRA SCEGGEL VVest Hartford Nursing BARBARA SHIRLEE SCHAEFER New Haven Zoology Phi Sigma Sigma Tall and terrilic . . . Robin Hood of the Zoo Department. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Husky 1, 2, 3g Archery 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 33 Husky Network 25 Junior Counselorg Hillel Choir 1 g National Archery Team. CORINNE SCHERNIAN Hartford Bacteriology Delta Zeta Lithe and vivacious with soft blond waves . . . Utterly feminine. JOSEPH SCHERR Irvington, N. j. Mechanical Engineering Engineers Clulig A.S.M.E.. RICHARD T. SCH LEGEL Stamford Marketing VVALTER E. SCI-IRODER, JR. Hartford P5YCh0l0g.Y Theta Xi Not lazy, but a bit on the sleepy side. ERNEST SCHVVAIVI, JR. Pawcatuck Electrical Engineering Lambda Chi "Tell him Al, tell him." . . . "All engi- neers are miserable people" , , , Carries the weight of the world on his slide rule. Alpha Phi Omega: A.l.E.E. 5 Engi- neers Club. EPHRAIM M. SCHVVARTZ Hartford Marketing Plli Sigma Dflla Hillelg International Relations Clubg VV.S.S.F. RlCHARD SCH VVARZCH l LD New York, N. Y. Arts and Science MARION SCOFIELD NVashington Depot Home Economics Phi Mu The Sleeper . . . Curly-top . . . Xvhatla smile. U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Soci- ology Club lg Softball 1, 23 Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2. 3g junior Counselor. XVALTIER BRADLEY SCRANTON VVest Haven ' Management Signm Nu Long and lanky . . . His weaknesses, love and sleep. Intramuralsg Basketball 13 Newman Club. I-lLl..lAN SEDGEVVICK Bridgeport Arts and Textiles Friendly, cute, always smiling . . . easy to get along with. Home Economics Club 2, 33 Nutmeg 3g Newman Clnb 3. DORIS SENGSTACKEN Naugatuck Psychology "How do you spell your name?" . . . Majoring in Rusty. U.C.A. lg Campus 25 Sociology Club 2. HAROLD SI-IAIN New Haven Chemistry A.V.C. 3 I.S.O. 3 Hillel. NORMAN SHAPIRO New Haven Marketing Phi Sigma Dr'l!n Seamstress par excellence . . . The original "goniFf". Hillel 1, 2, 3. EARL M. SHARAF New London Electrical Engineering Phi Sigma Delta Demon with a sliderule . . . If you are but a dream . . . Track lg Intramural Football, Basket- ball, Track, Softballg Hillelg Intramural Council. RICHARD F. SHARON Old Greenwich Mechanical Engineering .illpha Gamma Rho Ex Class '46 . . . Army 3 years. 1 American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers. RAYMOND SHERMAN North Haven EDVVARD SHERVVOOD B1-idggpgyt ACCOUHting Lambda Chi Alpha Newman Clubg Ski Club. VVILLIAM SIEGAL Norwich Marketing Our independent Senator . . . Idealist supreme. Student Senate 2, 33 A.V.C. g 3g Intramurals 1, 25 I.S.O. 35 Philosophy Club 2. ROBERT MACPHERSON SIGGELKOE XVest Haven Marketing Thcta,X i Formerly Class of '45 . . . Engaged to one of "Goldwyn Girls". S.A.M.g Young Republican's Club. GERALD SILLMAN VVest Hartford Engineering NORMAN D. SILLS Hamden Animal Husbandry Sigma Chi Perennial Freshman . . . Easy to know . . . Loyal Husky. Soccer lg Outing Club 15 Ag. Club 13 Block and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3. SAUL H. SILVER New Haven Electrical Engineering "Gee, I gotta start going to class" . . . The "network" is his first love. Engineers Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Husky Net- work 1, 3, 4-Q A.l.E.E. 43 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. ALMO SIMONELLI Hartford Business Administration KENNETH M. SIMPSON Willimantic Industrial Management University Band. LEWIS SIMPSON Waterbury Engineering EUGENE SKONIECZNY ALBERT J. SKROELES Waterbury Civil Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Let's loosen up" . . . "Who's got my magazine?" Engineers Clubg Track 1, 2g Shangri- la A. C. MARJORIE ETHEL SLATER Vifaterbury Sociology That bandbox look . . . squeals and snorts. International Relation Club 2, 33 Sec- retary 25 N.S.A.g Symposium 3g I.S.O. lRENE R. SLOUGH Waterbury Insurance Kappa Kappa Gamma Engaged . . . "Harry and I" . . . "VVhat about my Q.P.'s ?" IRVING SMIRNOFF New Haven Government "1 must have lost my head." HARRIETTE ANNE SMITH Milford Foods and Nutrition Kappa Kappa Gamma Etfervescent-ever-present Skip . . . Fabu- lous. Home Economics Club 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. 1, 23 Campus 1, 25 Nutmeg 2, Associate Editor 35 Secretary of Junior Classg Pan- hellenic Councilg VV.S.G.C. 23 Junior Counselor. STANLEY D. SMITH Hartford Psychology "It only takes 30 minutes to kill half an hour." U.C.A. Q Glee Club. WILLIAM SMITH East Norwalk Engineering HERBERT SMITHLINE New London Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi CHARLES F. SNYDER Stratford Forestry Them Xi Secretary, Theta X15 Foresty Club 1, 2, 33 Choir 1. HERMAN SOCHIN YVaterbury Arts and Science ELI S. SOLCOFF New Haven Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Reformed shooter . . . Those big week- ends. Hillel Foundation 1, 2, 33 S.A.M. 35 Band 2g Campus 3g Husky Network 33 VV.S.S.F. 3. EUGENE ROSEN SOLON Hartford Psychology Give me music . . . my other first love is journalism. Campus 1, 23 Husky Network I, 23 A.V.C. JORDON SOMMER New Haven Industrial Management "Maryann deserves the credit." S.A.M. 3. ALBIN I. SONSKI Somersville Civil Engineering THEODORE R. SORENSEN VVesterly, R. I. Marketing Sigma Alpha lilhrilon S.A.M. RAYMOND SOROKIN East Hartford Pre-Dental Phi Epsilon Pi Three letter man . . . Athletics, students, and women . . . Q.P. crazy. Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Husky 1, 2. VVILLIAM L. SOSIN Hartford Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. GORDON VV. SOUSA Hartford Accounting Largest brown eyes on Campus . . . Met his wife in Botany Lab. Ag. Club 1, 2. ALBERT N. SPAIN Hartford Marketing Hillel, Photography Editor of the Tower fHartford Branchj. LELAND F. SPALDING, JR. Manchester Pre-Medical Ski Club 2, 35 Track Team 1, Z. FRANK C. SPARGO, JR. New Haven Management Bringing up two Children in "Willi Housing Project." JOHN SPIERS Old Lyne Business Administration Them Chi DORIS T. S. SPELLMAN Amston Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma A Mrs. before a B.S .... Happy the bride! ' ROBERT D. SPELLMAN Prospect Civil Engineering Plli Sigma Kappa Not lazy . . . just doesn't like to work. Football 15 Swimming Ig Husky Net- work Z, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3. JANE SPENCER Chester Home Economics-Education A poet's heart . . . Sensitive . . . Sincere . . . Idealistic. Sociology Club 1, Home Economics 1, 2, 35 U.C.A. Council 2, 33 Co-Chairman 35 4-H Club 35 Interfaith Council 2, 3g Field Hockey Club 2, 33 Campus 23 Pen- craft 1, 2, 3g Junior Counselor. SUSAN RUTH SPITZ Bridgeport Psychology Phi Sigma Sigma Friendliest smile on campus . . . Tans while the snow is melting. Sociology Club lg Hillel 1, 2, 33 Hillel Dramatics lg Hillel Husky 3g Campus Reporter 2, 3. ANDREVV P. SPODNICK Bridgeport VVildlife Management Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club, Forestry Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. IRVING SPUNGIN East Hartford Business Administration WILLIAM C. SQUIRES Lebanon Bacteriology Theta Xi VVoman hater? . . . got a heart of gold. Glee Club 3. EDITH MORGAN STEDMNS Stonington Psychology That retiring First impression, so deceiv- in ! i:D'.C.A. 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, ln- ternational Relations Club 3, University Players 35 Junior Counselor 3. ARTHUR BURTON STEEVES Ansonia Industrial Management Think I'll go home Friday . . . "Ansonia won Saturday". Baseball 1, 23 Basketball 1, Z3 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3. JANET A. ,STEIN Wallingfoi'd Child Development Phi Sigma Sigma All American Girl . . . locally-famous look-alikes . . . personality kid. Cheerleader 1, 23 Hillel 1, 2, 35 Home Economics Clubg Girls Sports 1, 2, 3g Archery Club 2g junior Club 3. JOYCE G. STEIN Wallingford Arts and Textiles Double trouble Ctwin Bl . . . "What jan can do, I can do better!" Hillel I, 2, 33 White Caps 1, 2g Arch- ery Club Sg Girls Sports 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. JACK s'rE1NB1zRG VVillimantic Arts and Science WILLIAM RICHMOND STEPHENS Newtown Poultry Husbandry Kappa Sigma . The egg and I . . . quiet and reserved . . . Scott and l. Soccer Manager 1, 23 Ag. Clubg Block and Bridle Clnbg Bankiva Club. ALDEN GIFFORD STEVENS, JR. West Hartford English Likes tennis, baseball, Philosophy, writ- ing, small children and fearless dogs! Pencraftg Husky Networkg Proctor. JOSEPH STEVENS IVillimantic Engineering i BARBARA A. STIERLE Thompsonville Foods and Nutrition Cheerful, friendly . . . always a smile for someone. Home Economics Club 2, 33 U.C.A. 15 Outing Club 3. ROBERT STONE Bethel Arts and Science JULIA HYDE STORRS Cheshire Home Economics-Education Dalia Zfrln Happily absent-minded . . . typical kid sister . . . All 'round gal! Glee Club lg Speedball 1, 23 Bad- minton 'Club lj Basketball 1, 29 Softball l, 23 U.C.A. 1, 2, 33 A.Y.I-II. 1: Varsity Club Z, 33 Home Economics Club 1, Z, 33 Chairman Junior Womeng Junior Coun- selor Chairman 33 W.S.G.C. 2, 33 Student Senate 2, 3. K URT I-I. STRAUSS Hartford Mechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. BARBARA S'l'Rll3Y YVest Haven Nursing Hljrlm Della Pi That dry wit . . . member of the hospital suite . . . super suds. MARCIA CLARK STRICKLAND Milford Secretarial Studies Kaplan Kappa Gamma Sweater girl . . . How practical can you get! ! Glee Club 15 Swimming Club 1, 25 Badminton Club 2g House Council 2. HENRIETTA ANNE STRUZEK New Haven Nursing Knows everything about everyone . . . Yale-minded. VVhite Caps 1, 2, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Campus 2. JOAN R. STUBENHAUS Fairfield English Midnight snacks and cracks . . . Mama Anthony. Wisconsiti Players 1, 2, Concert Com- mittee 2g Music Committee 2, Intramural Sports 13 Husky Network 33 Husky Theatre Group, University Players. JOHN DEVEREUX SULLIVAN Norwich English Storrs via U. of Mass., Columbia, Fort Trumbull . . . "Running Reporter" . . . blue eyes . . . Aspiring Hemingway. Cross-Country 3, Track Q, 33 Campus 33 Nutmeg 35 Newman Club 3. VVILLIAM JOSEPH SULLIVAN, JR. Hamden Industrial Administration Formerly class of '46 . . . Separated from service as Ensign U.S.N.R., May 30, 1947. CAROL SUSSMAN VValling'ford History Phi Sigma Sigma Dimpled smile and a mellow voice. Hillel 1, 2, 3g Hillel Husky 1, 23 Campus 1, 2, Hillel Choir 1, Junior Counselor. RUTH HELEN SWEIG Plainville Sociology The girl with the irresistible smile. Sociology Club 1, 2, SQ Husky 1, Z, 3g Nutmeg 13 Archery Club 1, 25 Hillel 1, 2, 3, Zionist Group 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, Z. THOMAS C. SWOL Middletown Accounting Temporary residence is Willi-Guess why? S.A.M. g Newman Club. STANLEY SZEMREYLO Tolland Accounting Reserved, but not hard to know. Russian Club 2. FRANCES BARBARA TARNAPOL New London Government rllpha Epsilon Phi Cosmopolite . . . Fashion conscious, Hillel 1, Z, 35 Husky 1, Advertising Mgr.g Hillel Council 23 International Re- lations Club 3g junior Counselor. LOUISE MARION TEDFORD Manchester Physical Education Agreeable and easy to get along with . . . one of those gold cups. Agriculture Club 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 13 Archery 1, 25 Grange 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 23 Basketball 23 Block and Bridle 2, 3g Softball 25 Speedball 33 W.A.A. Vice- Pres. 3. JOSEPH D. TIRINZONI Hartford Accounting Newman Club. GENEROSO JAMES TITO New Haven Marketing Alpha Sigma Phi Always polite . . . Reckless, except when it comes to dressing. Newman Club 3, 45 Treasurer of Alpha Sigma Phi. DOROTHY TOPOLSKI Bridgeport English Kappa Kappa Gamma "I'll never tell" . . . it's always purple and gold . . . "Love me a Liddle bit". Newman Club 1, 25 Junior Counselor. GEORGE PETER TRECIOKAS Oakville Mechanical Engineering "I can't go to Willi" . . . "Hey, Bernt, let's sing a song." Glee Club 1, 2g Ski Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL S. TRESKE Hartford English Virtuoso of the French horn and har- monica . . . erstwhile poet. I.V. Football 2, 35 Campus 2, 3g Hillel 2, 35 Husky Network 33 University Play- ers 2, 3g University Band 2, 3. BASIL T. TSAKONAS Danielson Philosophy Sigma .fllphu Epsilon ARMAND A. TURCOTT Bridgeport Industrial Management Sig-ma Nu Transferred from the junior College of Conn . . . "Trumbull was never like this". Newman Club 2, 35 S.A.M. 3. RICHARD EDSON TURKINGTON Manchester Marketing Everybody's friend . . . easy-going . . . mind of his own . . . likes red-heads. EDWARD FRANCIS TURN West Hartford Forestry Lambda Chi Alpha Energy plus . . . card player deluxe . . . BFBK. Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2, 35 Forestry Club 1, 2, 3: Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3g Football Manager 1. FRANCES E. TURNER Torrington Nursing Full of vim and vigor . . . personality plus . . . Lambda Chi pin. White Caps 1, 2, 3: U.C.A. 1, 2, ag Grange 2. ARTHUR A. TWICHELL VVest Haven Mechanical Engineering Them Xi IRVE UPTON VVillimantic Business Administration FRAANK Ml. URVINITKA Bridgeport Electrical Engineering A.l.E.E. 3 Engineers Cluhg Glee Clubg Outing Club. JOSEPH VALLUZZI Manchester Arts and Science NORMAN H. VANASSE South Hadley Falls, Mass. Accounting Kajrjm Sigma Intellect with a smile . . . "twist my arm". Newman Club 3g S.A.M. 3. PAUL M. VASINGTON Norwich Marketing Sigma Nu JANET VEDDER Darien History Vivacious jan . . . vital interest in people . . . archaeology is perfectly fascinating. Swimming Club. JOSEPH VITAS Waterbury Business Administration WVALTER J. VOGEL lVest Hartford Insurance Phi Epsilon Pi Nonchalant sublety . . . Pleasing person- ality. Hillel 2, 33 Golf Team 2. KAROL VVADACH South Windsor Business Administration DANIEL C. VVADSWORTH Middletown Accounting Sigma Nu Original South Campus proctor . . . veteran. Footballg Basketballg Varsity Clubg Baseballg Junior Class Treas.g Mediator. LUCILLE M. VVAKEFIELD A Dayville Foods and Nutrition Alpha Xi Delta Likes to hike, ski and play tennis . . . full of fun . . . has a big grin. Glee Club 1, 25 Choirg Home Eco- nomics Clubg junior Counselor. RICHARD WOLFE VVALKER New Haven Physics Sigma Chi Optimist . . . everybody's buddy . . engrossing stories. Track lg Mediator 35 Intramurals 1. WVILLIAM FRANCIS WALSH Meriden Insurance Sigma Chi Newman Cluhg Intramurals. BARBARA WARD Meriden History Kappa Alpha Theta The sleeper . . . winsome sophisticate . . . eflicient . . . eyes that pack a wallop. Nutmeg 2, Business Manager 35 Choir 15 Glee Club lg Swimming Club 35 ln- ternational Relations Club 3. FREDERICK S. WARREN Storrs Animal Husbandry Theta Xi Does his running on Cemetary Hill . . . Majoring in confusion. Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, Track 25 Grange 1, 2, 33 "C" Club 3. ALFRED J. YVASHINGTON Hartford Sociology Alpha Phi Alpha "Lo perform" . . . "You needn't". Sociology Club, A.V.C. 5 Freedom League. JAMES HENRY WATERS Shelton Forestry Sigma Alpha Ejzrilon If you love yourself, nothing else matters. Swimming 1, 2, 33 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, Forestry Club 1, 2, 3. JEAN HOWELLS WATKINS Riverside A English Kappa Kappa Gamma Drifting in a fog . . . The "Fallen Arch" . .' . I don't get it! l Sociology Club lg U.C.A. 1, 23 Swim- ming Club 1, 2, 35 Nutmeg 2, 35 junior Counselor. SIDNEY WEINBERG New London Insurance Phi Epsilon Pi Cigar chewing carpenter . . . Swaggering, shaky, Schenleyi Solicitor . . . Wisdom with wit. ROBERT DAVID WELK Hartford El1gliSl1 Husky Network 3. ROBERT A. WVELLS Springfield, Mass. Marketing Sigma Alpha Epsilon Champion meter jumper . . . "The Bobby YVells Blues". Cross-Country 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. CLARENCE WELTI Rockville Engineering SIDNEY WERBNER Manchester Marketing Phi Epsilon Pi Norwich to New Loudon Romeo-A. E. Phi's bid to freshman women. Varsity Soccer 23 Freshman Soccerg Campus 1, 2, 3, Staff VVriter for Campus 1, 2, 35 Hillel 1, 2, 3. ARNOLD B. WHITE Dover-Foxcroft, Maine Industrial Administration Lovely wife, beautiful daughter, what better incentive? R.O.T.C. 5 RiHe Teamg S.A.M. BERNARD L. WHITE Hartford Pre-Medical Phi Efrrilon Pi 4 FRED A. WHITE New London Finance Transferred from Univ. of Miami. International Relations Club, Glee Club: Outing Club, Ski Club: American Youth Hostelg Ritie Club. CHARLES RUSSELL WIEGERT Bristol - Dairy Production Phi Sigma Kappa A.V.C. 19'-l-7. FRANK WILK Greenwich English Swimmin' and Wimmin' . . . Can't say any more as I'm strong, silent type. THOMAS E. WILKE Manchester Mechanical Engineering CHARLES I-1. NVILLARD VVethersHeld Electrical Engineering Amateur Radio Operatorg Chief Engi- neer VVI-IUS, Jr. Yr.g Engineers Club I, 2, 35 I-Iusky Network 2, 3. JOAN WILLIAMS Norwich Nursing Lovel ' to look at, delightful to know . . . 3' personality plus. Newman Club, White Caps. MARION F. 'WILLIAMS New Haven Arts and Textiles The girl with the light brown hair, big blue eyes and infectious giggle. House Council 1, 3g Newman Club 1, 2, 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, Sp Campus Business Staff 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 25 junior Counselor. ROGER WILLIAMS Waterbury Arts and Science ROBERT FRANCIS WILOWSKI Bridgeport Finance Sigma f1Ifiha Iipxilon Smooth, sure and soft spoken . . . shufHes, "Slam" the broom with the beat . . . coed's delight. Newman Club 13 I-Iusky Network 2g S.A.M. 33 Intramurals I. ELINOR RICHMOND VVILSON New I-Iaven Bacteriologv I'm not stubborn, just persistent!! . . . She's lovely, she's engaged, he's hen- peeked. MELVIN I-I. VVINICK Hartford Civil Engineering BARBARA LOUISE WIRTHS Ansonia Sociology Kappa Kappa Gamma Down to earth with a faraway gleam . . . diminutive doll. U.C.A. 13 Outing Club 25 Episcopal Choir 23 Sociology Club 3. DAVID WISE Stamford Arts and Science Phi Epsilon Phi JOHN P. WOLLOCK DCCP RIVCY Accounting OH, those trips to Willi. CAROL L. WOODING Meriden Arts and Textiles Alpha Delta Pi Nice to look at-nicer to know . . . transfer from Bethel College, St. Paul, Minn. A Horne Economics Clubg U.C.A. JOHN C. WOODRUFF Fitchburg, Mass. Agricultural Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha "Honest john" . . . entrepreneur. Grange 1, 2, 35 Young Republican Club 23 4-H Club 2g Agricultural Club 1, Zg Ski Club 2, 33 U.C.A. 3. EDVVARD S. YABLONSKI New Britain IVIechanical Engineering A.S.M.E. Q JAMES LAWRENCE YACAVONE Hartford Industrial Administration FRED K. YAMAGUCHI New York Horticulture "The first semester nearly had me!" . . . "These limited engineers!" IOSEPHINE B. YANNELLO New Britain Spanish Phi Mu Always rushing . . . infectious gxgle. Newman Clubg Campusg Panhellenic Councilg W.S.S.F. g Sec. of Soph. Classy junior Counselorg Spanish Club. ALBERT YATES VVethe1-sfield Arts and Science HENRY ANTHONY YOUMATZ VVinsted Marketing "Hey Arcell" . . . "VVhat say we grind." Football 1, 2g Varsity Club 2, 35 S.A.M. 2, 33 Track lg Newman Club. JOHN ROBERT YOUNG Bridgeport Industrial Management Sigma Chi Advanced R.O.T.C. ALFRED A. YUKNA New Britain Accounting Sigma Nu Georgetown University Transfer. Newman Club 2, 35 NC" Club 2, 3g Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-captain 3. LUKE ZACCARO VVilson Business Administration LUCIAN j'.- ZADROZNY New Britain Zoology Friendly, serious-minded, but a sense of humor. Newman Club 33 Russian Club 3. BENJAMIN ZELDES New Britain Chemistry Trumbull Tide Circulation and Adver- tising Managerg Hillel Bowling Leagueg Chess Clubg I.S.O. g Aviation Clubg Hillel. ' MARVIN DAVID ZIMMERMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. V 'A A Marketing Tau Epsilon Phi Giant fan . . . "VVha happened ?" Hillel Choir 1g,Hillel Council 15 Hillel 1, 2, 3. ' ROBERT ELI ZIMMERMAN H amden Accounting A letter a day keeps him happy, they say . . . prexy of the Ugly Club. Football 1, 2g Mediatorg Varsity Club. JOHN C. ZWEYGARTT West Hartford Insurance Lamhda Chi .flljrlm "Wine, women, but 'I can't sing." Engineering Clubg S.A.M. 3 U.C.A. CAMERA HY ALLAN Ii. ALBRIGHT SEYMOUR H. GOTTLIEB YVest Hartford Marketing Meriden Accounting SYLVIA C. ANDERSON FRANCES GRODY VVindsor Home Economics VVest Hartford Physical Education RICHARD T. ARNOLD MORTON C. HANSEN, JR. Vllinclsor Accounting VVest Hartford Government NVIIJIQIAM VINCENT ASI-IE FRANK E. INDORF, JR. Rockville Z00l0gy Meriden Horticulture RALPH THOMAS AUSTIN RONALD KAPLAN Uncasville Electrical Engineering Hartford Insurance DOROTHY BARVVICK ALBERT P. KATES Nnugatuck Business Education VVetherslield Pre-Law MAURICE LIONEL BAZINET VVALTER VVARREN KILDAY l'Iai'erhill, Mass. Horticulture New Haven Civil Engineering LEONARD S. BERMAN STEPHEN J. LEROY YVest Hartford Government Hamden Chemistry ROBERT G. BIRGE JOHN HOVVARD LYNCH Stratford Marketing Middlebury Pre-IVIedical ANN CI-IRISSOLIS MANUEL R. MACHADO New Britain Arts and Textiles Bridgeport Accounting MARY JANE CIIRISULIS JOSEPH PATRICK MALONEY New Britain Psychology Bridgeport Mech. Engineering GEORGE F. CLOUTIER ROGER L. MINER YVillimantic Forestry Manqliegrer Geology ROBERT R. COE CHESTER MROZINSKI East Haven Botany Beacon Falls Electrical Engineering XVILLIAM J. CONDON MALCOLM H. O'BRIEN Hartford History and Government Bridgeport Geology PETER L. CRIMMINS BERNARD OLDER Darien Finance Hartford Zoology RICHARD MICHAEL DEMKO HERBERT JAMES PAINTER North Coventry - Chemistry Darien Accounting NICHOLAS DOROCHIN HAROLD PASKOXVITZ Hartford Zoology XVest I'Iartford Marketing AMI-IERST EATON VVALTER J. PAUK Brocton, Mass. Animal H ushand ry Branford Psychology VVALTER M. FAJEWSKI BERNARD J. RACINE Hartford Electrical Engineering Danielson Insurance FRANK GILBERT FARINA LEONARD MICHAEL RICCIO Groton Education Hartford Accounting JOSEPH CARMEN GEORMINO BUTLER L. RIPLEY Torrington Civil Engineering Glastonbury Marketing SOLOMON BROWN GLATER KENNETH T. RISBERG New London Accounting Stratford Civil Engineering RICHARD 'r. ARNOLD VVILLIAM A51-1E LEONARD BERMAN MAURICE BAZINET ALLAN EEAUDOIN ROBERT EIRGE JAMES BRUNI NATHAN CAPEN MARTIN conEN PETER CRIMMONS NANCY EAs'roN ELI FRYSINGER SCHOOL OF PHARMACY X JOSEPH GELORMINO EDWVARD HAUSMAN BRENDA JOYCE HAROLD LASSOFF RICHARD I. LINSON MANUEL MACHADO LEONARD J. MARCHLEVVSKI DOROTHY MERRITT RENATO NICOLA BERNARD OLDER JOSEPH PANZA HAROLD PASKOVVITZ 95 WVALTER RISS Meriden Psychology THEODORE XVARNER ROBERG Bantam Agriculture Education YNILLIAM T. ROGERS VVhite Plains, N. Y. Pre-lVIed FRANK J. ROHLOFF Hamden Chemistry ROBERT F. RYAN Bridgeport Accounting CLAIRE R. RYNIEC New B1'itain Nursing MARY SANTARSIERO 'Wlaterhury Bacteriology VVILLIAM SELTENREI CH Bridgeport Accounting ROBERT VV. SHACKLETON Bridgeport Chemistry DIANNE STICKLOR YVest Hartford Business Administration ROMEO LOUIS SUFFREDINI XVaterbury Engineering VVILLIAM H. TRAYNOR XVaukegan, Illinois Accounting LESTER H. TUBBS New London Mech. Engineering HODGES VAN RENSSELAER VVALDRON Torrington Government ALLAN F. WATTS Hartford Marketing ARTHUR E. XVIENSLAVV Stratford Marketing RICHARD GEORGE WILDER Hartford Electrical Engineering SHERMAN VV. WILKINS Bridgeport Physics VVALTER F. WOLF VVindham Economics MILTON VVOODS Hartford Marketing JEROME SUIVINER VVRUBEL Middletown Electrical Engineering CRI STINE ZEOLI Hamden English MARGARET PROKOP ALFRED PYSYK FRANK ROHLOFF MARCUS RUBIN NORMA RUBIN CLAIRE RYNIEC CARL SAFFORD MARGARET SPAINE DIANNE STICKLER FREDERICK SEIGEL AL SUSMAN CHRISTINE ZEOLI F ,, f '. ' WM 'W' Wtfil' Jr 'ww -Aw y as 1 E YE -,-wi ' if T'?1 1 f ,.. I W 12 W , ' 2,21 L-3 'fi Q , M 'PQ' 33 3 1 1 Q 5-L ' EVE af, 1-' 1 ,!,,,, -- ,-'rf "' fa, I an ' .5 gm , E3 nf- 1 , , wb, ,I 5 fzgfz. 51175 '.:2:'- is W i A, w- ' ff '-iQ:W51ass:+"'-Q 1? Y el , W V-"V V , 1' -1 N., X , I ,V ,l g P 'P , 1-f l w I figblw 34v.:f2Q:fLL.'V Y 57 N ' ,I Q 5- ,X VJ . V f ,fi ww ., , I , 1 Y 1 M 5WwW6WmQiwmQy5 A 'Qw iS mink MH+ " Vw -v' M Le '11 ' ' " ' L'-'. + fm' 5 ' A ' 1 -'A' f ? x h ?n is kx W f ' U KAP P f " , w , r 'Ex .4 - V'kk li N ' , , T is iru if .11 "" wx .- , ,,4.+w1.A:':, 1 Ili ff l..lL13:.-...:,:!-,- C "gn, .,,, 5 . YP- . ,mm ,fiiw ,. M I H M, was HJ if X Q-. j 1 T QEQE -49 gyzfmaumv mm - Huw W 1 I JL -.-N 'TTKG if :. 1 -, . w,..-. 122 f- 1 ' ,. ,,, ,H Q' G fi 'g4vi"" 7 Q J' D 9 5, ' ' . ,A J 5 WY -1 ,Tv f- .S ni A A ' ' 1 ,V If! mf, wi f lL'f5,f7n'! s x l-L XX' fl 1 ,x -x A -1 NM 1455 BN 'E 'K J , TK JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,......,......,..................... Louis Celentano Vice-President .... ...... J oseph Madey Secretary .... Margaret Prokop Treasurer ............................. ........ F rank VVnelc ALPHA ZETA OMEGA Directornm ............................... Sanford Glassman Sub-Directorum ..... .... D avid Silverman Signare ......... .... E dward Platcow Excheque ..................................... Seymour Gard Bellarum .................................... Harold Lassoff Front row: l. to r.-Robert Liphchitz, Bernard Spiegel, Seymour Gard, David Silverman, Sanford Glassman, Edward Platcow, Harold Lassolf, Sherman Zimmerman, Robert Fineberg. Sec- ond row: l. to r.-Sheldon Steinhaus, Jacob Miller, Lester Ableman, Myer Dworkian, Herb Sable, Harold Katz, Gerald Vlfellins, Milton Brauner, Dan lslowitz, Back row: l to r.- Edward Winnick, Samuel Abrahamson, Harry Swatsburg, Bur- ton Kaufman, Robert Eisenberg-missing from picture. Rl-IO CHI Front row: l. to r.-Carl Kevorkian, Patricia Barbuto, Christine Nicholson, Dean Hewitt, Lucille Kiermont, Mary Pommer, Stanley Spack. Second row: l. to r.-Edward Platcow, Pro- fessor Fenney, Dr. H. S. Johnson, Professor Barrett, Elmo Gianontoni. TAU PI-II SIGMA Grand Dignitary ............... ..... M aureen Hanrahan Vice Dignitary... ......... Gloria Testo Scribe .......... .... ........... M a rgaret Prokop Exchequer .......,........,................. Carmela Perrone First row: l. to r.-Christine Nicholsen, Margaret Prolcop, Gloria Testo, Maureen Hanrahan, Carmela Perrone, Pauline Camerino, Ruth Pully. Second row: l. to r.-Helen Czaplecke, Beverley Keables, Sylvia Spalter, Professor Barrett, Nellie Buchok, Joan Ann Braun, Mary Pommer. Third row: l. to r.- Evangeline Demas, ,Shirley Michaud, Mabel Johnson, Betty Rhodes, Lucille Kiermont, Patricia Barbuto. AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL First row: l. to r.-Lucille Kiermont, Gloria Testo, Peggy Adams, Treasurer, Seymour Gold, Vice-President, Carl Kevor- kian, President, Mary Pommer, Secretary, Maureen Hanrahan, Ruth Pulley, Christine Nicholson. Second row: l. to r.-Harold Palmer, Harold Higgins, Benjamin Dezinno, Leona Lavigne, Shirley Hertz, Nellie Buchok, Sylvia Spalter, Dorothy Smith, Carl Isacson, Sanford Glassman, Harry Swatsbul. Third row: l. to r.-Joseph Pagano, Edward Silver, Sidney Silverman, Stephen Prigodich, VVilliam Shmunes, Albert VVhite, Elmo Gianantonio, Stephen Kruzshak, Edward Platcow, Jacob Merkin, Germain Orteneau. BASKETBALL TEAM Front row: l. to r.-Wnek, Decarli, Captain Pagano, Bonelli, Fiocchi. Second row: l. to r.-Castagno, Prigodich, Kaufman, Lipchitz, Meerbach, Schlanck, Burgess. Missing from pic- ture-Lojeske, Murawski. KAPPA PSI First row: l. to r.-Orheers, Joseph Madey, Public Relations, John J. Foley, Treasurer, Robert Belanardo, Vice Regent, Albert White-Regent, Prof. A. A. Maier, Chaplain, Joseph A. Tra- han, Secretary, Stephen Prigodich, Historian. Second row: l. to r.-Professor Nicholas Fenny, Connie Bogdonowicz, Joseph December, Jr., Edmund Nalewaik, Steven Kruzshak, Louis Celentano, Julius Castagno, Professor Walter R. VVilliams. Third row: l. to r.-Zigmund Gryzbowski, Albert De Carli, Frank WVnek, Alferd DeLouise, Joseph Pagano, Carl Isacson, James Bruni. STUDENT COUNCIL First row: 1. to r.-Robert Lipchitz, Financial Secretary, John J. Foley, Vice-President, Stephen Prigodich, President, Christine Nicholson, Secretary, Professor Nicholas Fenney, Freshman Representative. Back row: l. to r.-Sanford Glassman, Edward Kowzack, Harold Katz, Joseph Deutsch. PHARMA-CONN First row: l. to r.-Robert Lipschitz, Edward Silver, Sylvia Spalter, Dean Hewitt, Leona Lavigne, Harry Swatsburg, Her- bert Sable. Second row: l. to 1'.-Samuel Scharr, Eleanor Nemser, Gladys Wtinsch, Eleanor Moran, Doris Denova, Shir- ley Dinerstein, Edward Kawezak. Third row: l. to r.-Burton Kaufman, Walters Tzczisk, Jacob Miller, Sidney Silverman, Edward Winnick. GLEE CLUB President James Brunig Vice-President WVilliam Reutenauerg Secretary Herb Sableg Treasurer Robert Eisenberg. First row: l. to r.-Germain Orteneau, VVilliam Faraclas, Ro- bert Fineberg, Professor Walter R. Williams, James Bruni, Bernard Spiegel, Harold Palmer. Second row: 1. to r.-William Reuteuauer, John Foley, Stephen Prigodich, Herb Sable, Jarvis Crooks, Thomas Collins, Rudy Burgess. Back row: l. to r.- Fred Scimone, Joseph Pagano, Julius Castagno, William Ber- gantino, Robert Eisenberg missing. CLASS HI TQRY On September 20, 194-5 the class of 194-9 of the Uni- versity of Connecticut, College of Pharmacy, 78 strong, met together for the first time. Nlost of us felt a little strange, as it was our first time on our own, though there were a few veterans included in our number. It was difficult for the upperclassmen to: know quite how to help us as we outnumbered them three to one. lVe all man- aged to learn our way around, however, and soon we felt a part of the school. October and November brought many interesting events. We were initiated into the social life of the school by the upper classes at the Freshman Reception at the WVomen's Club. We did our little share in celebrating the Twentieth Anniversary of the foundation of the school. The Hallowe'en Dance at the Y.NI.C.A. pro- vided us with a wealth of entertainment. The Christmas Formal with soft lights and music made our first college dance a memorable one. Just as welcome was the two weeks vacation that followed. The month of January raced by and all thoughts turned to Nlid-Term Exams. Those descended upon us with vengeance and 'when the smoke cleared we found that a goodly number had said goodbye to our class. Peggy Adams and Bob Perfetto were elected to the Student Council as freshmen repre- sentatives. On January 28, 1946, however, we welcomed 35 new members into our fold. These members were veterans who were given special consideration by the college to start the school year in January. The plan was to allow them to finish the first semester in June, and to go to summer school from June to October, thus making up the full year's course. The plan worked well, though it entailed hard work for the veterans and double work for many faculty members. The next big event was a Greek Letter Dance, held at the Hamden Country Club and thoroughly enjoyed by all. As a class we were again honored, when for the second time in a year a Freshmen Reception especially for the returned veterans was held at the 'VVomen's Club. Our basketball team began its schedule of games for the season and ended up with a score of fifteen victories and twelve defeats. At the conclusion of the season a banquet was held at Tivoli's and Joe Pagano was elected captain. After three months of rehabilitation to civiliza- l r l I tion, society and school, Spring vacation arrived. Final examinations were over lVIay 24th. This was the end of the year for the September members but only mid-semesters for the veterans. As usual after every final exam for the year all members of the school went out to Lake Compounce on a school picnic. The monotony of the veterans' second semester was broken by three events. First, lVIr. VVilliams, our chemistry professor, had to go to the hospital for a serious operation which laid him up for six or more weeks. Second, Dean Johnson intro- duced llflr. Lloyd Naramore, our new Registrar, to our class. Third, it was indeed a pleasure for our class to be informed by Professor hdaier in Pharmaceutical Tech- nique that he was the originator of "Spec-Gee-Csjgjf' September 26th finally rolled around, we had completed one school year. l am sure that most of us can say that it was indeed a long but happy one. The start of the Sophomore year was delayed a week so that the veterans could have a short vacation, but on October lst we were once again back in school. Our class now consisted of seventy-one members. Dean Johnson introduced Nlr. Norman Lafayette, our new chemistry instructor, to us, he was to teach Qualitative and Quanti- tative Analysis. The hrst social event of the year, the Freshmen Reception, was held during the latter part of November at the lN'omen's Club. An exceptional program of enter- tainment was provided during intermission by Carl Isacson, James Bruni and Alfred DeLouise. Our annual Christmas Formal was held December 20th at the Hotel Taft. lVe had to brave rain, slush and mud to make it. Nevertheless, 125 couples were present and a good time was enjoyed by all. At the conclusion of the mid-semester exams our basketball team began its schedule of games, competing against many good fives. Wlieii the final whistle of the season blew, the year's record was good-sixteen victories and seven defeats. . ln February, the fraternities A.Z.O. and Kappa Psi, hard hit for men during the war years began its first official postwar drive for members. Pledges could be seen throughout the campus being ordered around by upperclassmen. Tau Phi Sigma sorority also joined in the gaiety of these initiations. .lack Foley, Bob Lipschitz and Steve Prigodich were elected to the Student Council as sophomore representa- tives. Dean johnson was in poor health during the early part of the year and underwent a minor operation. Some weeks after leaving the hospital he went to Florida to recuperate for two months. He returned in Nlarch look- ing better but very thin and weak. The tremendous work of administrative head and teacher was beginning to tell on him. For twenty years he carried the torch for Phar- macy and those of us who came in contact with him were duly inspired by his presence as a teacher and a man. At the end of our sophomore year he resigned as Dean of the college. All kinds of rumors filled the campus as to when. where, and who our new dean would be. September 1947 started one of the most eventful years in the history of the College of Pharmacy. Dr. Harold G. Hewitt formerly of the University of Buffalo, was appointed Dean. This was but the beginning of many changes at the school. The curriculum was altered with the objective of producing a more diversified course. The changes concerned the Class of 1951 to the greatest extent, but the whole student body felt some of the effects. A new course, Psychology, was introduced into the curriculum. . 'The junior class now numbering 66 found on its return two new faculty members, hir. A. P. Coladarci as instructor in Psychology, and Mrs. Doris McTigue as hdathematics instructor. Vfe also became acquainted with lVIrs. lVIarion Cheney, our new librarian. She is indeed sweet, charming and understanding of all our problems. lVith the scholastic routine running smoothly, we took to elections for the student council. As Junior repre- sentatives the following were named: John Foley, Robert Lipschitz, and Steve Prigodich. The Student Council inaugurated the social season with the Freshmen Reception in October. It was the first opportunity that we had to get to know the incoming freshmen. Among the entertainers were several of our classmates, Joe Pagano, Steve Prigodich, Shirley Michaud and Allene Avrutin, who did a "bang upu job. VVith many of the Juniors as mainstays, the basketball team once again retu1'ned to action. Entered in the Y.lVI.C.A. league, with many semi-pro teams as competi- tion, our five got off to a slow start. But as the season progressed, the boys hit their form and began to challenge the top teams of the league. The only thing that kept our team from' the winning of ,the title was-the end of the schedule. . The New Haven Country Club was the scene for the annual Christmas Dance. It was a picturesque event with a large turnout on the part of the student body. The music was provided by Earl Peck and his orchestra, who played a few polkas at the request of the Xvaterbury and Bridgeport students. Everyone' had had fun and felt that it was a wonderful way of beginning a pleasant vacation. Upon our return from Christmas vacation, election of class ofhcers was in order. The successful candidates were: President: Louis Celentano, Vice-Presidentg Joseph lVIadey. Secretary, hdargaret Prokop, Treasurer, Frank Wfnek. The officers promptly started to appoint committees to handle the numerous Junior activities, Ring Committee, Junior Prom and the "Nutmeg". The Prom, social high mark of the college season, attracted a capacity crowd to the Castle on April 9, 19-1-8. Everyone voted it a huge success. lVe had worked hard during our first three years of school, but we look back upon them with. a feeling of satisfaction. We had accomplished much. Now we look forward to our final year at the university. May it be a happy and successful one for us all. MARGARET L. ADAMS Ansonia Peg American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 35 Treasurer 35 Bowling 2, 35 Class History Committee 35 Mortar and Pestle Society5 Cosmetic Club 35 Pharma Conn 1, 25 Student Council 15 Rho Chi Honor So- ciety. CONSTANTINE M. BOGDANOWICZ Milford Connie American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Bas- ketball Team 15 Kappa Psi 2, 3. JOHANNA EVA BRAUN Bridgeport Honey American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 35 Tau Phi Sigma 2, 3. NELLIE BUCHOK Meriden Nell American Pharmaceutical Assin 25 Bowl- ing 35 Cosmetic Club 35 Tau Phi Sigma 2, 3. JOSEPH BUKOFSKY American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 15 Bas- ketball Team 15 Cosmetic Club 35 Class Committee 3. SHIRLEY SHIPMAN BUKOFSKY New Haven Shirl Class Committee 35 Cosmetic Club 35 Glee Club 15 Tau Phi Sigma 2, 3. JULIUS LOUIS CASTAGNO Hartford Julio Basketball Team 1, 25 Mortar and Pestle Societyg Bowling 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Kappa Psi 2, 3. LOUIS H. CELENTANO New Haven Bud American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 15 Class President 35 Mortar and Pestle Society5 Glee Club 15 Kappa Psi 2, 3. ALBERT DECARLI ' Bridgeport Al Basketball Team 25 Bowling Team 2, 35 Kappa Psi 2, 3. JOSEPH DECEMBER, JR. New Haven Joe American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 35 Kappa Psi 2, 3, Secretary 3. LOUIS DELLA VECCHIA Hamden LGU ALBERT DE LOUISE New Haven Al Basketball Team Manager 15 Kappa Psi 2, 3. BENJAMIN DEZINNO ROBERT I-I. EASTON Hartford Bob Cosmetic Club 3. FLORENCE C. FARRELL VVest Haven Flo Class Committee 35 Delta Zeta Sorority, Gamma Beta Chapter. MORRIS FIBLIJMAN Hartford Moe American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 3. Joi-IN JOSEPH FOLEY Torrington Jack Mortar and Pestle Societyg Bowling 2, 3g Kappa Psi 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 33 Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President 3. SEYMOUR GARD Hartford Sey Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Class Prophecy Committee 3, Chairman, Cosmetic Club 3g Rho Chi Honor Society. PHILIP GINSBERG Bridgeport Ginsy American Pharmaceutical Ass'n lg Bowl- ing 3g Cosmetic Club 3. PERRY M. GORFAIN New Britain Pericarp American Pharmaceutical Ass'n lg Class Committee 3. CARL ISACSON East Hampton Ike American Pharmaceutical Ass'n SQ Bas- ketball Team I, 23 Mortar and Pestle So- cietyq Bowling 2, 33 Glee Club 13 Kappa Psi 2, 3. ZIGMUND GRZYBOSKI DANIEL H. ISLOVVITZ Stratford Izzleswitch Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3g Bowling 2, 3, Class Committee 33 Cosmetic Club 3, Pharma Conn 2. BEVERLY JUNE KEABLES Willimantic Bev Bowling 2, 3g Class Personality Commit- tee Sg Tau Phi Sigma 2, 3. STEVEN J. KRUZSHAK. Fairfield Steve American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 33 Bowling 33 Cosmetic Club 33 Kappa Psi Z, 3. GEORGE LEVY New Haven American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, Cos- metic Club 3g Glee Club 1. ROBERT M. LIPCHITZ New Haven Lippy Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3g Bellarum 23 Mortar and Pestle Societyg Basketball Team 1, 2, Manager 35 Bowling 2, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3. JOSEPH F. MADEY Wilson - joe Class Vice-President, Kappa Psi 2, 3. JACOB MERKIN Hartford Merk American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 35 Bowling 2, 35 Class Personality Commit- tee 35 Pharma Conn 3. SHIRLEY MICHAUD Terryville Shirl Bowling 2, 35 Class Committee 35 Pharma Conn Z5 Tau Phi Sigma 2, 35 Mortar and Pestle Society. RALPH C. MORELLI Waterbury Lavoiser American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 3. EDMUND J. NALEXVAIK Bridgeport Big Ed Kappa Psi 2, 35 Historian 3. GERMAIN V. ORTENEAU New Haven Jerry American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 2, 35 Bowling 25 Glee Club 1. JOSEPH L. PAGANO Glastonbury Joe American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Bas- ketball team 1, 2, 3, Captain 35 Class Committee 35 Glee Club 1, 35 Kappa Psi 2, 35 Mortar and Pestle Society5 Student Council 35 Freshman Reception Night 2, 35 Bowling 2, 3. HAROLD J. PALMER, JR. Greenwich Harry American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Glee Club 3. GLORIA PANTALENA New Haven Glo American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, Z5 Bowling 2, 3. ' STEPHEN PRIGODICH New Britain Steve American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Bas- ketball Team 1, 2, 35 Bowling 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Mortar and Pestle Societyg Kappa Psi 2, 3, Historian 2, Vice Regent 35 Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3. RUTH ELIZABETH PULLY Sandy Hook Ruthie American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Bowl- ing 35 Cosmetic Club 35 Tau Phi Sigma 2, 3. JAMES 12. ROACH VVest Haven Jim VVILLIAM CARDYN ROWE Bridgeport Senator HERBERT O. SABLE VVest Hartford Herb American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 35 Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Mortar and Pestle Society5 Bowling 2, 35 Class Personality Committee 3, Chairmang Glee Club 3, Secretary: Pharma Conn 35 Rho Chi Honor Society. HARRY SAVITSKY Waterbury FERDINANDO j. SCIMONIE VVest I-Iaven Fred American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 23 Class Personality Committee 33 Glee Club 1, 33 Kappa Psi 3. VVILLIAM SHMUNES ARNOLD M. ISALIANO South Windham, Maine Sis EDWARIJ N. SILVER New I-laven Eddie American Pharmaceutical Ass'n lg Pharma Conn 3, Associate Editor 33 Mortar and Pestle Society. DAVID SILVERMAN New Haven Dave Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 3, Sub Directorum 2, Directorum 3, Bowling 2, 3. SIDNEY SILVERMAN New Haven The Bull American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 1, 2, 35 Basketball Team 1, 2, Bowling 23 Mortar and Pestle Societyg Pharma Conn 33 Stu- dent Activity Council 3. L. R. STIMPSON, JR. VVallingfortl Bud FRED STROFFOLINO Stroff Norwalk HARRY SVVATSB URG Norwalk Strotf American Pharmaceutical Ass'n 2, 33 Alpha Zeta Omega 3g Mortar and Pestle Society, Cosmetic Club 3g Pharma Conn 35 Class Committee 3, Chairmaug History. VVILLIAM TCHAKIRIDES, YVaterbury Chak Rho Chi Honor Society. JOSEPH A. TRAHAN East Brookiield, Mass. Joe American Pharmaceutical Ass'n lg Bowl- ing 2, 35 Kappa Psi 2, 3, Secretary 2, Regent 3. DONALD F. NVARNER Wlaterbury Pop EDVVARD VVINNICK New Haven Professor Alpha Zeta Omega 2, 35 Class Committee 3, Cosmetic Club. FRANK JOHN VVNEK Middletown Polsky Basketball Team 1, 2, Sp Bowling 2, 3, Mortar and Pestle Society, Class Treas- urer Sg Kappa Psi 2, 3. L.:'!?f ,. " -.4 a 'VEB UNlV FR5iTAY l91- C QlNN FgClT2lCUT 1 , fr: Z, .I l. 1, 1. 15 A.. ..., ,.,,... .,.,., f .,,, , x ' F 1 1 """'1T1i1iLi:4l' Q1l:l1f93fl:1T WU3w-,F-135,59-5iT - ' 14.30 3 ' f ,,l,.A....,4-.1..,k,,ff ..,. ,,...,. . . . , 1 L NN Plll'-1' L .41 J hi g if , ,. K D 1 . 'P id' Iiplumn tlnrlilituxy, tht' morning :titer - Xl't'l'U ll-vd tu tlmlwt' tltrelr ht-urs. Fire, mmn ut fur lrftt nn rlwrttlicti in lin t r tht- tirv. Tutttti hun new out thc liuvnt-N, wltivlt hurnril fm' uf unknown nrigin, wmrtetl in the sei:-md Hum. fa xr lxphnun dormitory tire during :i cold wiuter's 4' ' f . nmumrm was fought hy students and tiremeu. Onli V th a ten wall ecnuns remained nhnve the First flour. Building damuge'was SIUILUOO. Lass in personal I i property to the 125 residcnts approximated 560110. - f ,h 'si ' , TRUMBULL ea' l'hiZ lsuavr., l'tde t-tltxor, leads thrr nntnm at the "hiding place' in Mnnslitfltl tu Furr Trurnhull during I' v . p A A v ' ,s A 'l'rurnliull-i'nast Guard .-Xcutluiuy .IV game. Q :irds pre-Fort lrumhull-btnrrn ji' mothall gauze, won, 6-U, td ut armus n1st't'l:tC by the New Lontlouers. Despite threat- to clip the af' " W N ,M fx ' Y I Director Weber proffers peace-nfiering in his oflicc to jrnuuhztn, Storrs mascot, who was spirited from his lluskie, Fort 'Vrnmhull stutlents displayed thrrir hrutherly lm-t: hy returning the dug an game time, well fed with Fnrt 'I'ruruhull farr. I. U 55' .LHP .od ,9- I "Sttmltr-'c:tlt'rs' Special" was held in the Music Hull Iutt: in li:-hrunry fur the lwuefit of 'Yyphtvnn fire virt- Yalff l tivns. .XII services fnr thc dance. including those of tht- band, in-re dunatetl. Band le-:tder Marty Capoxzn "'f',' i- in frnnt ol' the drums. 'I'wn hundred and fifty altrmlril. and packrrl the popular' john Lcdyard dann- lluur which i- u-rd fur lrtrturrs during the ilay. I 7 K, 5 I 'nf E f D' li , fl A , . f if - . , i , 4 ' z gig' A ,ur Y- ' ' ui 1 , 1 A. - I . . V95 'X 49" Al A it .N Fort 'I'ruvnhull spirit rings high on occasion. A mid- windows from their beds to see what was going on. Interested faces here look across the areaway between two dormitoriea. but one student chooses to add tu the din. Q'-'In - 41'-111 H ll-H , - 1 'Uk mi-iff-5 I 1311 Glllkll night hour of hi-jinx last full brought students rn l 451 ll i' "':X:, ,i .5-l'i'Y li 4 i 1 'Y' T r U REEKS 1- ff A Al"",- 'i?'.' V ,xxx V 2222555 ' Y 15 5 W ' - M , f ff Q zzigzz 5' , X 5 E X 4. :ia ' m WS 1 Hzn . I Em ' 1 f - ' 7 X ,at R' V J 1 'H' f , V V.,e 1 K I JJ.. Qyf x . ,f 'x N . . . xg'-A--.4.........a..L--+- ff' f A Q. -I L, 9,, - ++ XXXL--r rr! vu K 'L , n 52 21 1 1 ' ggi f , , : - ,-uf jf 4 K llfleinbers : Doris Bonney, Ella Mae Bornlan, Barbara Brad- shaw, Shirley Carivalho, .lane Comstock, Lucille D,!j1l!Il6ff!l, Dorothy Dur- bin, Barbara Daugherty, .lane Fox, Elizabeth fen- sen, .loan Kramer, .lane Leirlholrlt, June ililacina, Lina fllainiero, Claire lllay, Roberla Jlletzler, Virginia Olsson., Lucille Pelosi, Theresa Petrone, .laniee Ryan, Catherine hlfardle, .ll-lildreal Pffenn- rich, Betsy lffinches Fa- gan, Helen BIIIIIIEJJ But- ler, Carnzela Castelon, Priscilla Colton, Barbara Cook, Bette Degnan, lllarie I-Iannigan, .lean Itloran, Barbara Jackson, Judith Kane, Priscilla Perkins, Carol Renshaw, Ruih Ryan, Claire Ryneie, Barbara Slriby, Carol Woodiizg, Christine Zeoli, Virginia dnderson, .lo- sephine flreseo, Philomine Borflonaro, Lorraine Can- field, flnita Fay, .Ellen Finley, Sylvia Keeler, Sally Kenney, Dorothy Kisco, ,ldoree Lavigne, Isobel lWcG11ffie, Ann Riber, Elia Rioolta, Susan Rachel, Barbara Sengman, Virginia lfyaleenzan, Edith Ziegler. Pledges: flnrlrey dnilerson, Ernest- ine Bourque, flnn Camp- bell, Pairicia Cantwell, Dolores Castelon, N0i'ee1i Dempsey, dileen Gentile, lllary Healy, Doreen Hol- lcoslci, Barbara Kacobsen, 1-inn Kasper, filrlene illoorlzozlse, Carol Nelson, Rila Pairick, Evelyn Pao- loslcy, .lean Ponton, Flo- rence Shipjree, Lee Sperry, ffnita Stiles, illarjorie Uriof, .lnne Veleeky, Dolores Veglianie, Rita Wfallaee. ALPHA DELT Pl President. . . . . .. Vice-President ...... Recording Secretary ..... Corresponding Secretary. . . . . r lnformality, the keynote . . . Friday Night Supper Club . . . Perpretrators of "The Fatal Questl' . . . lVIom and the baseball bat, we love her . . . lVIimi . . . No two alike . . . llflixwell House Colleetime every Nlon- day night . . . Cheerleaders and Cover Girls . . . "Does anyone know of a ride to Wil1i?" . . . 24-hour bridge games . . . Music from Brunis to Beethoven . . . "AU in Grille 390 . . . Multae and tremendae . . . The newest Look . . . Wait 'till Graduation Day . . . Iucomparable Summer Formals . . . "YVhen these gay college days bring thoughts of future years" . . . A D Pi . . . 108 . . . .Bette Degnzln . . . . .Betty Jensen Mildred Werlnricll . . . . .Ioan Kramer freasurer. . . . .......... .... B arbara Bradshaw 1751 5 -k -Ir. ?-A 4553, . X. -3 as -f is ,-1, sr' - . ,1,,-rflffflla-1 ,bg -U ,,, , if 727-v,w" -M115 . sf-izbsfi qsuxsxsuskssssn L it. 151:-If . ...4 Q ,'- L.. . ,, - ' - 1 My - .f xkix , ALPHA EPSILON PHI De:1n....... Sub-Dean ..... Recording See.. . . Corres. Sec.. . . Treasurer ..... ...nf zu.-I-. l..- Q .Mg ...gi ""1- '- I l '-x i -v....:....' ' NY , gig' igif . . . . .Ethel Fabricant . . . .Nlirizun Korkin . . . . . . .Claire Kahot . . . .Gloria Germaine . . . . .Regina Giller Drink a toast to A. E. Phi . . . Four for bridge, more for YVillie . . . Seniors lVIin0r- ing in P. E. . . Diamonds and candy . . .The sleeping porch blues . . . Live for weekends . . . Bouquets to Mrs. Cline . . . Food for thought . . . Sunbaths in the spring, snow- balls in the Winter . . . "I has 21 boy friend" . . . No spirit like our spirit . . . 109 tllenzlzers 2 Etlzel dpter, fllarcia Brettschneider, Lila Corle- land, Eleanor Charlop, Eleanor Cherniak, Shirley Cooper, Kaila Croog, Son- dra Deckmanl, Naomi Dursley, Mzzriel Drablzin, Frances Dunn, Sybil El- ion, Ethel Falzricant, Bar- bara Franzson, Leah Free- nzan, .loan Furman, Jud- ith Furman, Gloria Ger- maine, Regina Giller, llflarilyn Goldstein, Eunice Goodman, Jacqueline Greenberg, Pearl Green- berg, Frances Grady Hofla Jaffe, Sally' .lain- zrhill, Claire Kabot, Hilda Katz , llliriam Korlzin, lllilrlred Krifvonos, Doro- thy Levine, Elaine Lefvy, Nan Lewis, Pauline Litin, Dianne llflandell, Evelyn Perler, Dorothy Polis, .loan Rapaport, Judith Rosenllaunz, llilina Rosen- field, .lean flnn Shapiro, llliriam Slohin, Adele Steinlzerg, Frances Tarn- apol, Rosalyn Zamkow. lllembers: Isabel fflho, lVancy dnd- erson, Barbara Baxter, Theresa Bosehetti, lllary dna Bowen, lllary Fran- ces Brazil, Isabel Bren- nan, lllary Bresnoch, Val- erie Browning., Ruth Callaghan, Ethel Chao- slzy, Doris Cobleigh, Jean Cragin, Elaine Custer, Carol Donovan, Nancy Evans, Frances Fierri, Charlotte Gallo, Char- lotte Ha1'ris, Emily Haj'- den, Jeanne Itlochberg, Barbara H0j?771H7Z, Geor- gianna Hojffirzavz, Lois Joyce, Claire Leader, Audrey Lindner, Barbara Marslz, Lila llloore, Carol Needham, Dorothy O'Br- ien, Barbara Oppelt, Helen Panlo, Isabel Pie- dade, Vilma Palleschi, Dorothy Rossini, Corinne Scherman, Julia Storrs, Eleanor Tryon, Gloria Valasco, Lucy Vernik, Virginia Vita. Pledges: Barbara H her, diary Frances flnderson, Nvancy Baxter, Jean Brichner, June Burdick, Dorothy Burke, Ann Collins, lllar- sella Desrnarais, Ruth Diani, Virginia Douglas, Phyllis Fierato, Davina Gildersleefue, Gloria Gas- tafson, Justine Hassett, .lllarjorie Plooghkirlc, Ha1'riet Kernmerer, Pat- ricia Hudson, Joan Kelley, Gwyneth McClellarzd, Lois lllehigan, Betty Post, IVilma Rahihka, Dorothy Ruggie, Barbara Oppel, Verne Sargeant, Bette .flnne Smith, Sally Spec- tor, Jeanne Cobey, Emma Willianzs. DELTA ZETA President ........ Vice President ..... Treasurer ....... Recording Sec. .... . Corresponding Sec.. . . Dream Girl of Delta Zeta . . . True spirit . . . Permanent possessors of scholarship cup . . . Talent plus personality . . . The diamond on the hnger as well as in the lamp . . . They sparkle . . . Never a dull moment . . . Busy' DZ's 110 Charlotte Gallo .Isabel Piedade Barbara Mzlrsh .Barbara Baxter .... . .Julia Storrs sis Q X b X? PTLP Tr X :.5fi.3f-lfk 4, ' Qwirg dai Fat i KAPPA Vice President .... Secretary ..... Treasurer. . . . li Mx-gum-nxt-wx, -xxx nog AACIIA LPH THETA . . . ,... Janet Hale . . . . .Lois Hilding . . . .Joyce Federlein . . . .Suzanne Prevot First house on the hill, different from all the rest . . . Black and gold sweethearts . . . Her kite Hies high, twin stars shining . . . A queen for every crown, occasion demanding . . . Distant and dignified, yet friendly and frivilous . . . Have you seen our new piano? . . . The couch that's cut in half . . . "So we'll sing, We'll sing, we'll sing - - -" Ahem . . . A garden of pansies . . . Sophisticated silks and tomboy tvveeds . . . "Proud I am to be a Theta" . . . Popularity, pep and pulchritude . . . Thetas through and through - 111 lllenzbers : Jean-fl-Iarie A blondi, Jean Boren, Barbara Bossi, Barbara Brewer, .lane Briggs, Laura Collins, flilargaret Colton, Lois Davis, Pamela DaRoss, Joyce Federlein, Jeanne Field, Shirley Gilmore, Helezi Gueble, Janet Hale, Virginia Plargre- afves, Lois Hilrling, Nancy Hoadley, Florence Jan- furin, .lllarie Kane, Vir- ginia Keser, Florence Laboyeshi, .loan Laddy, A aa"rey MacNan1az-a, Emily Matjii, Marie lllerwin, .loan McKier- nan, Constance Mc- Sherry, Elizabeth lllona- han, Rath Nevins, Shirlee Peck, Clarine Pickett, Suzanne Prefoot, Patricia Roberts, Lynn Schu- macher, Elizabeth Shan- ley, lllary Alnn Spozinilc, lllarilyn TlI07HfJX07Z,, Bet- ty Alnn l7an11er1neer, .lus- tine lfanasse, Ha1'r'iet Velnzs, lllerry .fllice Ufalsh, Barbara PV ard, Barbara W ilson. Pledges : Jean B o yson, Sandra Cone, Carol Ericson, Patricia Hammel, Eliza- beth Hard, Louise Keefe, Virginia Larson, lllar- garet Kerr, Roberta lllann, Diane Parsons, Eleanor Ritchie, .lean Ruyffer, Barbara Sessions, Naizcjf Tuttle, Dorothy Ulmer, Patricia Wlzite, lllargene hfilowski, Em- ma W07'fllE11. IM l?II1bf'l'S Z .lane Halzvz, lll ary Llam- burger, Claire Hoofl, Constanre Kehler, Helelz lllagnuson, Claire a'e- llloiitigny, Helene Hu- chanan, .lean Campbell, foan Campbell, rlnn Cros- by, Hefty Hallock, Helen I'linmau, .lane Hummel, Barbara .lohnson, Dolores llflaicki, Christine Poul- sen, Irene Slough, Harr- iette Smith, .lllarcia Stric- kland, Dorothy Topolski, .lean Wlltkllli, Elizabeth Basel, Jun Beechler, Eliz- abeth Bock, Laurel But- ler, Noelzii Curocari, Lois Clough, Patricia Cough- lin, lllary Flynn, Barbara Hrillilzziii, Lucy Hansen, lllarcellu Heiglelli an n, .lzzlia Kreis, Lois Keucke, Barbara Mzlckiiz, Grace tlflarion, Shirlee 0'Brien, Elaine Olsen, Nan Rob- ertson, Ruth Rogers, .loan Service, .lennifer Wliite. Pledges: Barbara Lowell, .lean Owen, Jean Terani, Dorothy Buchanan, lllary Doyle, Carol Frost, Syl- 'uia Gernert, Phyliss Had- dock, .lane Hilliard, Bev- erly Plough, Dorothy Kanala, Carol Kenney, Geneefiefve lllarlinson, .lean llfoore, Eleanor Rippe, Patricia Rollins, jllarjoril Stouzlt, Patricia Sweeney, Janice Timidei, Barbara PValsh, Cathe- rine Plfarner, Shirley Plferzning, llluriel .l. Yingling. KAPPA KAPPA GAMM President ....... Vice President .... Secretary ........ Treasurer .... Moonbeams shining soft above . . . Serenade of keys at dawn . . . No sooner said than done . . . Queens of Hearts and Diamonds . . . Prettiest housemother on Campus . . . It happens here . . . Irrepressible hellions . . . Ho Ho, such language! . . . House with the collapsible furniture . . . Out to munch . . . Hearts locked together with a shining golden key . . . To be rather than to seem . . . Let's make it for keeps! 112 .Helen Nlagnuson .... . . .Jane Hahn Claire delliontigny .Christine Poulsen N IL. me l A - 5 fi, . - " -, ' .Naj- I.-ly'-. . git.-mg' 0,3 is , 'T ' f , - 47 A r " 1 N.-f - 'in , PI-II MU President ..... Vice President. Sfecretary ..... Treasurer .... SQ 3 . .ole W k U e ggi? ' vs 'N gf i k . . .Nlarizm Donahue . . . .Elizabeth Hughes . . . .Marian Scofield . . . .Dorothy Sonstrom Traffic problems out front . . . Famous attic parties . . . Can can queens . . . Blondes, brunetts, red heads . . . Always a redhead . . . Late permission girls . . . Wedding bells in June . . . Off to week end house parties . . . "The Girl That I lVIarry" . . . VVhat are Q PS ???? . . . Second oldest Fratemity . . . Chem 140 . . . Pert, pretty, and pinable . . . A smile for everyone . . . "The New Look" . . . Always a party or a tea . . . That Friendly atmosphere . . . Castle over- looking the swan . . . Phi Mue 9388. 113 lllenzbersz .lane flbrams, Joan Apiec- ton, Shirley fltioell, lllary Elizabeth Barrett, Lucy Bartolotta, , Phyllis B011- lin, Iris Boswell, Dorothy Chapman, Florence Buz- zo, Lila Cultin, Barbara Daly, .lean DeBell, Grace Dixon, .lllariah Donahue, rllary Douglass, Lois F eibel, .lean Fischer, lllarilyn Friel, Theresa Gallagher, Georgina Gil- ette, .lacqaelin Griffin, Barbara Hzlzzrza, Ruth Haines, Rath Plerman, Elizabeth HIIQIICS, fllice flower, Shirley Kennedy, Patricia Kehoe, Emilie- lllarie Linrlerme, Lois lllason, .7lfIllIl7't?Ell M c- Guiness, .lllarian lllere- schak, Sally ll-filler, lllar- garet N yce, Theresa Pav- ilan, Mfll'lIlll Scohielrl, Dorothy Squires, Elsbeth Soderstrom. Dorothy Son- stronz, lVl'l'll'llj7Il Sousa, llflarilyn Pyelles, feahne Yannello. Pledges: Inez Bailey, Ruth Barry, Irene Bryson, Nancy Croswait, Barbara De alngelais, lllary De Stif- ano, Jllary Douglass, .lanet Holvnes, Katherine Keefer, Elizabeth Put- nam, Nina Ring, .lzzlia Ralzeta, Eleanor Strom, Frances Valente, Mar'- garet PV ith y, Sabina Zaleshi. Mefflhers: Marilyrz Banks, Sally Bert, Rose Brazel, Doris Blume, Phyllis Carminear, Gloris Cantor, Elaine Ghoen, Florence Dran- ojf, Alun Gelfand, Leona Eligator, Hariet Gold- berg, Bernice Gordon, Etta Hollm, Sandra Kanzins, Fay Karp, Rita Kayser, Irma Kromick, Lois Levy. Betty New- man, Doris Oberstein, Lois Peizer, Pearl Pol- lack, Esther Rabinowitz, Leah Rahilzowitz, Elean- ore Raflaclz, Vivienne Raphael, Gloria Resclzall, Ethel Rosenstein, Bar- bara Schaefer, Joyce Sha- ker, .lune Seller, Edith Skydell, Susan Spitz, .la- net Stein, Carol Sussman, Shirley Sussman, Alice Estren, Lela Steinberg, Mzzriel Horowitz, Nor- man Abeshouse, Doris Gross. PHI SIGMA SIGMA Archon ....... Vice Archon .... Tribune ....... Burlsae .... Blue and Gold . . . The house with the winding path . . . Who'll bring up wood for the fire? . . . Etta at the piano and a book of gay ninety songs, hands clasped and that certain feeling . . . The traditional sweet- heart dance . . . Another engagement-five pounds of candy . . . Retrieve that sign from Fort Trumbull! . . . Always adopting something, orphans, kittens, rabbits . . . Paint, chintz, and backaches . . .Result- a new recreation room . . . Snow battles of the century in the Storrs theatre of war. 114 . . .Irma Kronick Lealo Rabinowitz . . . . .Etta Hollm . . . .Lois Levy Antcffmlln eg n. Q , gin PI BETA PHI x President ....... . . . Vice Pres. .......... . Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Jean Tice . . . . .Therese Ward . . . ...... Edith Andisio Recording Secretary .... .... D . Jane Dawless Historian ....... . . . . . ffl: L ufh gi ll IA." .".l f wi h' I rl W , - il .Pia H Iv 1' 4 .," I kxzqlf '. .......Ruth Fyler Heterogeneous, hectic, and happy . . . First floor swimming poolg "Call maintenance!" . . . A beau for every arrow . . . Revival meetings . . . In their hearts there rings a melody . . . after hour longhairs . . .Line up for the compression chamber . . . It all comes out in the auction . . . Love their housemother . . . Coffee grinds . . . They give their hearts and efforts to their college, and are proud of their national Settlment School in Tennessee . . . Love iiresides and fantasies . . . "lVho's your peanut ?" . . . "The deep secret places of each Pi Phi heart are pierced with arrow gleams . . .And the blending of souls into harmony is the Pi Phi Symphony." 115 Ill embers : Edith flndision, Joan Bennett, Jane Dawless, Patricia De W ees, M aura Donahue, Ruth Fyler, Betty-Lou Geenty, Betty'- Lou Harmon, Elle1z-Ma- rie Herr, Gharlena Hott, Janice I-Iorton, Joyce Hubbell, Jeanne Lawson, Ruth Linleletter, Carol Longley, Susan Muse, Jllarian Rowland, Jane Schnzitgall, Jane Spencer, Ann Templeton, Jean lllarie Tice, Theresa 147 ard, Caroline Glass, Dorothy Harless, Ora Belle Holdridge, Aileen Leary, Elizabeth Lundin, Marjorie Lynch, Mar- garet llifurray, Barbara Sciarini, Aclelle Wad- hams, Betty Weber, Edith Pall, Virginia Glarle, Betty Fischer, Iris Kim- ble, Patricia Lewis, Jac- queline Dudack, Justine Hoxie. Pledges: Geraldine Martlzers, Ca- therine Pellegrino, Doris Berggren, Jean Boone, Grace Fyler, Gene Goodg win, Eleanor Hepburrz, Joan Miles, Patricia Moyle, Lois Palmer, Dorothea Saling, Helen Stiles, Joanne Scott, Jane Weber, Winrzifred Sue. lllembers : Theodore flnderson, Don- ald Boardman, lVillianz Bower, John Brazdowshi, John Brink, John H. Carlson, Jr., dlexander Chernah, Gerald Coho- len, INTIZISOYI C. Corcoran, Fredericlc S. Daly, Ber- nard Dzielinslei, Robert Dargan, Eugene Dorsi, Donald Doty, hlfalter Fannon, Plfilbar Fey. Robert Franklin, Robert French, Reno Franconi, Dennis Garvey. Robert Carfuey, John Cay, Rob- inson T. Gilbert, Charles Claes, John Elwood, Richard lfansen, Richard B. Hafzserz, Wfillianz Hic- key, lfffilliam Hadzleiz, dustin L. Jackson, Carl Williafzz Jackson, Ed- ward Keenan , Hen ry Klipp, Edward Malzez', Donald lllcCarthy, John llleDonal1l, H. Killaln Megsozz, Frederick lllills, John Hloran, John Blal- doon, Charles Larsen, Victor W. lllaerki, hlfill- ianz Ohr, Conrad Ulie, Thomas J. O'Neil, John Ryan, Richard Sharon, Daniel Sullivan, Robert G. Wfardn, John Yeamans, Lalee Zuccaro, Theodore Bennett, hlenry RllIlZ7l1, lflfillianz Stmnpf, John Cageinello, Charles Zwick. Pledges: Jesse Burton, Neil Cahill, F red erich Farnsworth , Bart Schniidt, Howa1'd ll4'cGee, Rod Anderson, Robert Gustafson, Ed- ward Law, Robert Ko- walczyk, Leonard lllan- chuh. ALPHA GAMMA RHO President ........ .. .John H. Yeamens Vice President .... .... D ennis N. Garvey Secretary ...... ......... I ohn H. Carlson, Jr. Treasurer .... ............ 1 Tredericlc S. Daly Carl William Jackson Gammo Rho, house with cars galore . . . flights leaving every five minutes for any- where . . . Organizers of the Safari to VVilli Club, and Spring pig roasts . . . The big grey house on the corner with Mom Norton presiding-"You done well boys." . . . Fair all around performers in sports . . . It's good snow for packing for the troops . . . VVho broke the windows in the sleeping porch? . . . Always a new twist to house dances, intriguing! . . . He drinks mixed drinks, but we'll change that . . . The old men are all back, and are all leaving, praise bel l 116 ,yt,y"'. 'ttlftlt AW6 ,gg-a-H, V ,lm till.. it .,l l:,liiL.xmmw will in 4 '4 4 lr " f-'YQZ' A M l my iw l f I l l l 4-,.,-.'s6Sof9Z i ' '-cr--4:7 he rl' ,, N, w?,,i tt ,, M, t,Hf,mit A wffzl if -e 11. wt. " lt. t gilmarl t ,l'.',,,l'l4,llfy 'lllllltl'ftii'illtl'1llil,t' ' ,lllpltyl t Merit 3 .. 'A A f' lj -25.9 9 15-H. ' .' f 53,3534 1 H il liltllll, 'V :ii lzlitwiill1.a:w'M,.wvv 'Hllftl'-.'f' ',i'Nl.t'h1 llllllt" if 'l r ll l 7.5-G , 5'5" lf' 1 yl: ,yi MW,l',t,U, ' " -Vi' ,, ,M ,.A , ,. . : . ..,.- , 4 - 1 li'WUfhtf',fhltll.LL:v.'4hl'55f' ALPHA IGMA Pl-II Senior Pater. . . . Junior Pater. . . 'l'reasurer .... Scribe .... .WB 4' -lg! 4 i 2 4 M C4 u'm"'PT:wsizSYB0Y""'ll . . .VValt Bergamini . . . .Gerald VVolcott .. . . .Gene Tito . . . .Ray Lee At last Alpha Sig has secured a house! VVhere VVell, if you've attended any basketball games in the new cafe you must have noticed the four white buildings, a feverish architect's brainstorm, huddled to- gether in the shadows of the cage. Try to locate the one from which seep sounds of opera in agony, rendered by a frustrated tenor, plus the strains of synthetic Sinatras and Tormes-and yoLi've found Alpha Sig, securely ensconned in what was formerly known as quad 1. Sing! they sing all day and all night, sometimes in key but always with vigor. Famed for its novel movie parties, informal dances, and love of a gag, the house is in a stage of expansion and promises to go places. 117 zllembers: B6fgH77Zi7Zi, Boazman, Bu- emi, Carafello, Carroll, DePatie, Farina, Freeh- ette, Havzseri, Hoaglaizd, Kefuits, Kmecalz, Lee Illoxley H-loxley, Pap- amlrea, Romanow, Schil- ler, Stulln, Tito, Vensel, Venrel, Verenes, Wolcott, I-Iarfvey, Fest, folznson Holnzberberg, Hart, Tu- fano, Yates, Connelly, Gorfe. llflembersz Fred Baker, Robert Ber- geron, George Bleuher, Roger Bradley, .lames Campbell, Charles Clark, Radley' Clemens, James Colofzy, Clarence Coogan, Fred Copeman, Plfillianz Cornish, Leonard Couch- on, Kendall Dolge, Ed- mund Drenzek, Franklin Easton, .lanzes Floolz, Vir- tor Giangrave, Paul Goettlieh, Williarn Har- ris, Gordon Hatch, Wil- liam Hayden, Roy Hubel, Philip LaCourciere, Law- rence LaFreniere, Ernest LeFeb'vre, Robert Loreh, Archie MacDonald, Cha- rles MacDo1zald, Consol- ato Iklalafuenda, lllichael Moloelzko, Donald Marslz, Russell Mille1', Alan llliner, Carl Niel- sen, James Norbaelz, Al- fred Pedersen, Norman Perkins, Robert Plimp- ton,- Daniel Reardon, Bryce Ridley, Franlz Roh- loff, Paul Rosa, Robert Sandall, Gerald Sapienza, Warren Smith, Raymond Stansfield, Williarlz Ste- phens, Plfillianz Stiles, Frank Stopa, John Ted- ford, Edward Van film- lzerh, Robert Voight, Har- ry Wlzeldelz, Erroll Will- iams, Charles lfVrinn, Ed- ward PVrinn, John Ying- ling, Wallace Young. Pledges: Williarrz Bray, George Collins, Ed I-lorrigan, John Linkletter, Donald Mitclzell, William Moo1'e, Donald Ross, Irving Tay- lor, Norman Vanasse, Harold Waldro11. F KAPPA SIGM President ....... .... G erald Sapienza Vice-President ..... .... R obert Sandall, Jr. Secretary ....... .... W 'illiam Stephens Treasurer ..... ...... B ryce Ridley W Loyal to their colors, to the scarlet, green 4' and white . . . Offspring of the oldest local . . . Cars, cars, cars . . . Have the sharpest plaid piano on campus . . . Proud of their lLf,jlllW cellar on the hill . . . Owners of the only l'-, W, !.'! parties and dances, numerous romances . . . Famous for their East room and the in- 7 visible light . . . Serenade and a kiss for 1fillsiliiiiglllllml 4 their Kappa Sig Sweethearts. xiii"-X K K-fy New - is ""1 iiieji 118 win flntignani, Daniel E. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA President ........ ........ K eith H. Kimball Vice-President .... .... H owarcl A. Collins, Jr. Secretary ....... .... E dward H. Hotchkiss Treasurer ...... .... Social Chairman. ..... . . . .William F. Magner . .. ..... Robert G. Litz Corresponding Secretary ....... Stewart C. Dodge Rush Chairman ....... Pledge Trainer ....... House Chairman .... af- ' 'Uo- " S" - 7 I i wwf wif! all , .lr iq- M vr td- vm QUISQUB S f.: ""' r i .J - X - I An' V,-ix jwzwf 'Q 'xif X X 'Q HUF: lm Q ' n ,Q rn: H. if el. A , ,Y KF ' si-l,Y"- f R E lf 0 . .... Edward F. Turn . . . . .Frank E. Indorf . . . .Stewart C. Dodge Largest existing national fraternity . . . Did you notice our QP average? . . . Saturday evening parties which every Co-ed longs to attend . . . Up and coming harmon- ieers . . . Beautiful white house on the. hill . . . New but mighty . . . Watch us grow . . . Anything from ax swingers to rule sliders . . . Every man a man . . . Naught without labor. 119 lllenzbers: K. Kenneth Tarbell, Howard fl. Rollins, Jr. Charles FV. Schieding, Keith H. Kimball, Rob- ert D. Durand, John C. Fyoodruff, Arthur L. Carlson, Frank E. Indorf, Patrick J. O'Leary, Charles T. Cole, Edward H. Hotchkiss, Alexander B. Robbie, Jr., John C. Zweygartt, Robert G. Litz, Ernest F. Schwam, Jr., Edward F. Turn, John FV. Dwyer, Nathan F. Capen, David B. Til- ley, Stewart C. Dodge, Bronislaw Winnick, Ger- ald J. Winter, Rudolph Nemcofvshy, .drdian C. Gill. Dafuid T. Gill, David L. Johnson, Will- iam F. lllagner, N. Ed- Hull, Henry Jepeal, Charles H. Perret, George B. Cleveland, Donald L. Indorf, Gerald F. Thompson, Fyallaee E. Dion, Joseph R. Coates, Wfilliam H. Tomlinson, Jr. Pledges: Hu-all L. Cox, Charles J. McSlzeffrey, Kenneth M. Stetson, Robert Robert- son, Donald T. Hood, Edward Sherwood, John B. Osterhoudt, James Al. Knight, John L. Will- iams, Joseph J. llflularz. Jllenibersz Appleton, Benson, Blet- chman, Blume, Byer, Cagblowitz, Chernoff, .J Cohen, M. Cohen, L Cohen, R. Cohen, R Cohen, D. Comen, E Cutler, D. Deiteh, J Dolinsky, Drutman, Dub- row, Dunn, Eisenberg Epsiein, Evans, Feldman, Fierberg, Furman, Glass- man, Godfrey, Granojf, Greenberg, Greenberg, Greenstein, Grodd, Groo- bert, I-Iankin, Pfyman, faclzaway, Jacobs, E Jernss, S. feruss, Kalafa Kravitz, Kroopniek, Las- ehever, Lassvnan, Lefko- witz, Levin, M. Levine H. Levine, D. Levine, L Levine, P. Levine, Lip- ion, Lilwalz, Magid, fllaret, Illatlaw, New- man, Per-Iroth, Pinsky, Plot kin, Raphael, Ras- hba, Rornanojf, Rosen- berg, Rottman, Rubin, Rnthin, Schaeffer, Sohn, Soleof, Sorokin, Stein- berg, Stoltz, Sudarslay, Turshen, W. Vogel, R Vogel, Pffeinberg, Wen- drow, Werbrzer, White, Zimmerman, Zeizlenberg Pledges : Goldberg, Jaffee, .illit- nick, 0. Ross, S. Ross, Safton, Sachin, Tulin, Stolnzan, Chimes. 1 1 PHI EP ILC PI President ....... . . . Howard Raphael Vice President. .. ..... Harry Jackaway Secretary ....... .... R obert Zimmerman Treasurer. . . .... Nlurphy Schaeffer First national on the hill . . . lnterior decorations deluxe . . . VVeekend hostelry . . . Saturday nights in the penthouse and every night in the Zebra room . . . Prolific propensity for mellifluous love . . . 2:00 A. NI. bull sessions on the sleeping porch . .. Gargantuan gormets and always to- gether . . . Their perennial sweetheart- Nlom . . . Shower serenaders . . . 'WVho's got a nickel and a cigarette ?" . . . Library lethargies . . . Q. Pfs are nice but they interfere with your education . . . A capa- city for loquacity . . . "VVho wants to shoot to Hartford for dinner?" . . Buddies in every house . - . Gentlemen, the Aces. 120 fm'-ffm' .H 1 1 311:53-ai ..,, A - ,. ns.-3 ui. UXZN . Q . " m . 's t -1. JV' f' 1 ef s ,Q ,. ,i mls . ., av , X -' , ,J 'lofug 'H wh PHI SIGMA DELTA lldater Frater ....... ....... S idney Goldstein Vice-IVIastcr Frater ................ Charles Fein Secretary .............. Historian. . . 3 9 A01 065' SIGMA .IVIilton Kenneth Krantz ... . . . . .Neil E. Litwin Look out the Window boys, here comes the campus!! . . . Greatest bunch of hand- shakers in the world . . . Detail,alWays detail!! . . Those famous brothers . . . Best spirits ever seen . . . Devotees of the Sacred Log . . . Tweak! ! . . . Sign of the rusty spoon . . . 3-PM . . . Home of frust- rated medics, slip-stick manipulators, aggra- vated agrarians, and Ackerman's angles . . . "Hey, S-a-a-a-am! . . . Everyone out to push . . . Cafe Hill Bille . . . "There I was 30 feet from the Armory- -" . . . Get a fourth . . . "To the men upon the hill- topi in 121 IU embers : Leo Baehner, flrnold Bloch, Theodore Chase, Sherwood Cohen, Albert Dolgin, llfarwin Edelson, Samuel Edelwon, Dafvid Einbinder, Williavlz El- lis, Martin Ershowslcy, Edward Fishman, Char- les Fein, Edward Gip- sieinl, .llifarfoin Goldstein, Sidney Goldstein, Theo- dore Halperin, Robert Hammer, llflerton Honey- man, Rubin faffee, Sam fudel, Morgarz Kline, .llflilton Krantz, N'orman Lenin, Leal Litwin, Sher- man Marcus, William lllarholin, Stanley Mat- tes, Robert Moskowitz, Edwin Pollack, Burt Quinta, Richard Plateow, Howa7'd Rubin, Ezra Saul, dl Safoitls, Charles Schwartz, Norman Shap- iro, Earl Sharaf, Ray- mond Schulley, Bernard Slater, ill Spaein, .lules Starlowitz, Abraham hfeidman, Alan J. Wei- ner, Plfilliam Ufeisman. Illembers : Edwin S. fllling, Doug- las C. Bzumell, Charles H. Evafzs, Thomas J. Faullener, Richard fl. Kenyon, Plfalter J. Neu- erovielz, Riehard IV. Payne, Robert S. Sayne, Erwin PV. Potter, Robert D. Spellmzzn, Marwirz H. Siocking, C. Russell Wei- gert. PHI SIGMA KAPPA President ........ Vice President .... Secretary ...... Treas. .... . Inductor ..... Sentinel. . . . Newees . . . R. P. for any and all . . . History in the making . . . Week-long Week ends . . . lve have no etchings, but come up and see the hand writing on the wall . . . lVhat we spend We had . . . Silver and magenta garters for sale, We have all thigh sizes . . . VVho's getting married this week? . . . Hot plate artists . . . Work best under duress . . . Question of the day, "bridge for a half hour?,' . . . Brothers not Brokers By these things we stand. 122 Thomas bl. Faulkner . . . . .Edwin S. Alling . . . . . .Robert Payne . . . .Charles Evans Walter' Neverovich . . . . .C. Russell Weigert s"""-'e -Ei 3 wi-his .Af I , . . gh mx 4- A I 9 fs L e L SJ 4 N 3.-' rx X ii2i59'7 5,il-5 I H... L psig L 1 5, -V ik. .wg , 6 Nw. uw "' 'lil' . 'l 4 E L , qt ef F . xg r r 1 X 1 l-'11 N. Tl' i 1 sir" lb' fig 7 VJ l,.fe4'.1i 'lt .fu 15, tx ,I . 4 of J -. ll ' . ' F T 'Wllli ,fn . 7 tha rf r H SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Eminent Archon ...,....... Robert D. Fitzgerald Eminent Deputy Archon .......... George Adamy Eminent Treasurer. . . . Eminent Recorder. . . . . . . . . .Joseph A. Conti .. .... I-larry S. Gaueher Eminent Correspondent. . . . .... Laurence Dubuc Eminent Herald ........ Eminent Chronicler .... Eminent VVarden .... tt' . .. I t tie . 5 e'etH"i e.PL :ff . ig ,L - I i ,f . . . .Donald Flynn . . . . .John Nlilazzo . . . . .Stuart Johnson Versatility midst their heterogenous group . . . Like parties with lights low . . . vacation dances with alumni . . . Trave1in'- est house . . . Westxvard Ho! . . . Big W7eekends . . . "Looking for a fourth . . . or a 'Fifthl' . . . Successful extracurricular- ites . . . Ivlayors of Storrs . . . "Bulls and Bears" . . . Latest in records, 'specially blues and boogie . . . PHI ALPHA SPIRIT . . . "Let's be original, why not?. 123 1111 eml1er.v 2 T. Albright, R. dnder son, J. Arcana, P. Barry C. Bergstrom, H. Berth- iaume, J. Blozie, P. Bour- bfllll, V. Bronke, fl. Cone E. Corfvo, A. Custer, R Davis, R. Razfis, G. De- lage, T. Diesel, L. Dixon, D. Egan, G. Fellows, C Garry, L. Gazwain, W Gaipa, D. Hackett, W Hackett, C. Harrison, T Irvine, K. Jones, J. Ken- nedy, P. King, C. Kroger, 17. Larson, K. Lindstrom F. Lorinser, P. lllagner, J. flflaloney, PV. Martirz, L. lllish, C. llloeller, .l lllossey, 147. llffurphy, T llluthig, C. Nvorthrup, D Parker, R. Penn, R. Pra- rnukfl, N. Pratt, H. Pryp- lesh, 147. Reck, R. Rippe, T. Roherg, C. Schenartz, fl. Skrobles, T. Sorenson, lil. Smith, Af. Tobie, B. Tsrzkonds, R. lfffells, R. Ifffilowski. 1 Brotherzv: Harold ddanls, hfilliam Benjamin, S!llI1llEl.Bl071dl, Wyilliarn Bennett, dllen Beaudoin, lffflllll' Boyko, Nathan Boyko, John Brennan, Raymond Brun- elle, John Bradovchule, Edwin Budzik, Joseph Galistro, Umberto Car- lone, flnthony Carrano, Ralph Gastellon, Paul Conrad, .FI'!ll1t'l5 Delaney, Eugene Dellnanro, Joseph Delllartino, Jllark Den- egre, Robert Dnda, Rob- ert Eno, Wfillianz Fogg, John Gannon, Ufilliam Geenty, George Georgis, John Grin1.vha'w, David Hahn, Harry Grohs, Ed- win Hafner, Herbert Hills, John Jabsonl, Pyill- ianz Kablixh, John Keyser, John Keogh, Everett Knudsen, Edward Klnck, Clarence Koslosky, llffar- tin Leeper, fllfred Lef- ebvre, John Linsley, lfffallace Luchtzak, dlwin lllanke, James Mzzxozz, George Maz11'iello, Will- iam .7VIcLa11ghlin, Ed- ward llliehniewski, John tlloykriki, Leslie Krech, Thomas Pepe, James Quinn, Rowland Rae- bnrn, PValter Rajeslei, Pyilliam Ruslza, Kenneth Risberg, Nvorman Sills, John Sherman, fllbert Shrebuienas, Alfred Smith, George Vittelli, Richard Walker, Jffilliam Pyalsh, Robert Webb, John Young, Charles Jen- kins, Richard Pinleevich. Pledges: Frederielz Brown, Carter Clements, Williarzz Laos, Gerald Luddy, Frank llfalineonico, Richard Jlloehrie, Williafrz Mizr- phy, Paul Smith, Foster Snyder, Victor Benston. SIGMA CHI Consul ...... ..... N orman Holmberg Pro-Consul .... ..... W Villiam Benjamin Annotator. . . ........ Paul Conrad Quaestor .... .... Y Villiam Fogg Cosmopolitan society . . . Centrally located so the campus can revolve around them . . . Spirit, spirit, and more spirit . . . Field top notch intramural teams, and back them to the hilt . . . Where the elite go to eat . . . Full stomachs and pure hearts . . . Best house mother in the world . . . Terrific dance and party throwers . . . Midnight serenaders . . . They'll never forget or let anyone else forget the White and Brown of Alphi Phi . . . Music lovers . . . Bethovan to Jelly Roll lVIorton . . . Early morning breakfast . . . Need a private parking lot . . . Sweetheart lovers . . . They love them all, but there's a special one each year . . . They "all hang together" and probably will. 124 .vie S ca x K, 'X v in! -uw!-i gal' 1 E55 'EL' 1 3, M'-fi L J X 5 worn. futnsetzsr EHBBII IGMA NU Commander ..,.... .... J ohn Bransfield Vice Commander .... ....... F rancis Earle Secretary .......... .... 1 lobert Nlorrisey '11l'CilSL11'CI'. . . . . .lVIatthew Knrzawa hflarshal .... ......... A lberr Yukna Advisor. . . . . .Laurence Ackerman Athletes by the dozen . . . Firm grip on key campus positions . . . Dust off that five- ,-uh., armed star . . . Intramural all-stars . .. The X. ,i other night at the Hayloft . . . "C" Club B,Q Nlajors . . . Spectator interest in Archery Revellle at noon . . . hlonday morning E 7 Quarterbacking . . . Sigma Nu Girl . . . Political beavers . . . Queen-daters . . . Scrimmages in the house . . . Anybody in the Trophy Room? . . . Parties with a dehnite punch . . . All hail to "X" . . . Buddy, what a Week-end! 125 lllem bers : Alesefvich, 1flrcela.vclzi, Bald 'win , Blanchard, Blum, Braern, Comko- wycz, Conzlren, Dart, De Majfo, Di Donzizio, Dez- enso, Dziadul, Enquist, Feihel, Fletcher, Flynn, Foley, Fisher, Gates, G1-aiha 771, Greenwood, Hagel, Hairz, Halwick, lllanson, fzzskiweicz, Kil- day, Kounzzris, Kurzawa, Lattanzi, Lazule, Ludwig, lllohr, McCo1'mack, lWoll, Moo1'e, Mor'1'isey, Mott, Potter, P1-zzle, Raymond, Roscoe, Scran- ton, Seltenriclz, Simonelli, Spallorze, Taylor, Vasing- ton, Wadswortlz, White, Wolfe, Yulzna, Zucco, Earle, Ahate, Meerzaiz, Waller, CZl7Zlli7Zglll177Z, Gillalze, Jones, lllzzzike- vie, Bransfield, Bradslzaw, Sardilli, Legenzrz, Holl- felder, Gauflino, Potter, Berger, Ki7'5Cll7HH1Z. Pledges: ' Dominic Spallone, Frank lfzzsington, Stanley Sorota Brotlzerst David Albert, dllen Baker, Lester Baum, Art- hur Becker, Ha1'old Ber- ger, Leonard Berman, Seyvnozzr Black, Leonard Bloom, David Collins, Ralph Croog, Fred Fei- den, Robert iFier7nan, Elihy Fishman, Ben .Fon- arofw, Elisha Freedman, Edward Galinshy, Joseph Glass, I-foward Gross, lllarvin Halpiii, Irwin HHIl577lH1Z, ill arvi n lyser- lis, l47illia1n Istael, Gil- bert Katten, Irwin Katz, Robert Katz, David Keeler, filllan Kligerman, Harold Koinisar, Russell Kane, Isaflore Leginsley, Paul Levine, Richard Lovines, Philip lllaekler, lllax lllaerowitz, Slzeldon tllann, Nathan Ilflarrus, filerbert lllargolis, Paul lllayer, Louis Nesverslcy, Paul Ildfirhball, Theodore Molibojf, Stanley Rosojf, lllarcus Rubin, Roy Sch- arf, Robert Seserman, Arnold Singer, flerbert Snzithline, Illorris Traclz- ten, illorton lfVard, George PV eil, .tllarvin Zinzmerinan. Pledges : Lester Blank, Harold Chassen, David Dietz, Deymour Ebner, Gilbert Glaer, lV0r1nan Gold- blzzm, Louis Javin, David Katzen, Robert Lapak, Philip Levine, Herbert Sheetnzan. TAU EPSILGN PHI Chancellor ....... Vice-Chancellor. . . Scribe ........ Bursar .... . . Historian .......... Corresponding Sec.. . . . Raise those stolen glasses high . . . careful of the bar fellows . . . or is it a serving unit . . . The lights never shine in old T. E. Phi . . . The cellar the cellar the cellar . . . Always room for one bore . . . What time does the next group leave for Florida . . . l just switched to Business . . . VVho's got comps . . . Noted for its informal parties . . . Everyone is invited . . . QP's . . . They add up . . . A full social life . . . And studying . . . The cellar the cellar . . . Serious . . . But always smiling. 126 .Robert Fierman hiorris Trachten Hhflarvin lsserlis Herbert Smithline . .Leonard Bloom I-4 3 E. :z Pf N v lane s f-aegis T if feyb I , Z ,,a i WN f-Mini? 1-Qllqlx . THETA CHI President ....... . . .John J. Speirs, Jr. Vice President .... ...lkdark I. Hart, Jr. Secretary ....... .... Y Valter W. jabs r.lQ1'C2lSUI'CI'. . . . . .Albert H. Reale Phi lVIu---Sorry, Theta Chi . . . National news . . . "Say you want a inan ?" . . . In the realms of the red room . . . Part owners of thc Rock Garden . . . Dignifiedly differ- ent . . . Get the new wall paper . . . New records galore . . . If it comes in a well wrapped package, made up well, we have it - - or we'll get it . . . XVllllIl1HHtlC,S a forbidden spot . . . between four and Hve, in the morning! . . . Big businessmen . . . A laugh on their face, Z1 beer in their hand, the Theta Chis. Fouunnn - ' th 8 5 5 l27 . N 4 P: :i 4 ix? is '- ', Q' -'l--- , ' lilL 1 112 fe lll cm bers Z Alexa, Berry, Birge, Bonati, Borkowski, Call- aclmn, Caslzin, Crane, Crowe, Czlrtis, Donahue, E691 Fiori, Francis, Fuller, Galin, Gilbert, Grady, I-Iaesolze, Halrzlin, Hanley, Hllll7l7E7', Ha1't, Hrztlzwrzy, Healey, Hzzrzl, labs, foerres, Kosewski. Larson, Littell, Lodge, AlHCMH7l1lS, lllaclllaster, llfcflfllloflz, Mo oers, llfyer, O'Connell, 0'- Comzor, Parker, Purfues, Reale, Rebucci, Reid, Rezzleer, Rogan, Rowlnml, Shook, Smith, Speirs, Spellmmz, Tingley, Try- on, Wojrzowski, Ward, Zaccignino. lllenzbersl James Peck, Plfilliam Taylor, Richard Ayer, Ellicott .lllcConnell, Charles Snyder, Robert Siggelhoe, Raymond Cow-- les, Edward Izlollman, Edward lvanzz, Francis Rice, Howard Biechele, Williarzz Squires, lllichael lllorris, Williailz Barclay, Robert Sprague, Richard Plandy, Pyilliam flrnold, Leon lllcNelly, Jr., John Lamb, Benjamin lllattlze- sen, Leonard Baribaalt, Donald lllcCall, Plfillianz Everett, Sidney dnderson, Louis Forlini, Willia11i Conlon, Richard Gustaf- son, Ray Sherman, hyesley Jones, Izlorace Smith, Fred Courtsal, Laurance lllearhle, Luciano Brun- etti, Pyalter Shroder, Jr., HE7ll'y I-leldmann, John Daniels, Edward ddamy, Pyilliam dustin, Robert Sheldon, Arthur Twich- ell, David Collins, Zllbert Gray, Ha1'1'is Hzllbert, floward Shellard, Pyill- iam Liebler, John Han- son, Robert Grant, David Squires, Robert 'Kennedy, Donald Robinson, Roger Peterson, Dick lllarinelli, Donald Beckwith, Philip Geidel, Robert Adams, Pat Cangiano, John Sheffs, llfilliam Beclzle, John Birdsey, Gordon Hubbard, Joseph Sposta, Edward Oscarson James Gorman, John Alling, Jr., N01-man Fellows. Pledges: Frederick Pffitele, Fred fyarren, Robert Towne, Plerbert Hol1lzes, G. Wallace Sousa, Richard Griswold, Flarry S. Olej- arezyh, Crist Melis. TI-IETA XI President .... . . .Robert Secretary ....... ...... . . Treasurer ................... Ben Corresponding Secretary .......... Behind the big electric sign- -T. X .... In the center of activity at the south end of Campus . . . Handy to the P.O. for those "letter men" . . . Cz1n't seem to hold on to those T.X. pins . . . QP's Z11'C117f the only thing . . . Backbone of the track and cross- country teams . . . Poker or pool till 5 A.NI. . . . Proud of that new furniture . . . "See what the boys in the back room will have" . . . Have their share of both social butter- flies and confirmed bachelors . . . Vllherever you see one you see a gang . . . Plenty of the old fraternity spirit! 128 M. Siggelkoe Philip Geidel L. llflatthesen .Fred Courtszil 'dzildl' ,193 7 w Q9 A. T721 sf" S' ag SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Elizabeth Hurd, Kappa Alpha Them SIGMA NU Mary Flynn, Kajwjm Kappa Gamma fx 1-ia FAU EPSILON PHI I1m'x Elders Phi Sigma Sigma THETA CHI Florence Luboyeski, Kappa Alpha Theta SIGMA CHI Nancv Knudsen, Kappa Kappa Gamma TAU EPSILON PHI Lois Mehegan, Della Zeta 57: -..J 5,..y.lfh'4.. , L 51 ' I . A ' QATHLETICS f x f 'X f S H 5 H r Q! ,Higgs u X1 X sm as f , 6,25 Q f 7 f if -5 Y. Xi ff TT' If WN Z' Y .ffl E ,- FQOTBALL Operating from the single wing formation, the Connecticut football eleven evened out four Wins against four losses during the 1947 season. Although such memorahles as Walt Dropo, Sted Herman, and Walt Trojanowski were not in this year's lineup, high hopes were held for Coach Christian's men after pre-season training got under way. However, these expectations were increasingly shattered as practically each game resulted in an injury to some player, benching him for the season, or with luck, for only a few Weeks. Ed Tracewski, stellar halfback, together with the brilliant passing Eddie Ferrigno were lost early in the schedule and remained sidelined for the entire program. Numerous others including Linkletter, Turshen, Dezenzo, lfVolfe, Bleuher, and lfValler were kept out of performance for brief spells due to injury. Nlany a game might have ended in victory if not for these gaps in the lineup. Spirited by their able quarterback and blocker Leo Pinsky and the hard charging fullback, Bill Moll, the UConn backfielcl occasionally altered their single wing to slip into a T-forma- Leo Pinsky, Connecticut's ace quarterback, shows the form that made him one of the East's best kickers. . Husky Lou Forlini U55 and diminutive Steve Comcowycz C101 close in to smear Wesleyan's Forbes for a three yard loss in the third quarter. Raoul Bonvouloir comes up from behind to follow the play. Despite the effort, Wesleyan won 12-0. Dr. Gilman directs the tratlic to the sidelines as Co-Captain Al Yukna f76j and jack Holfelder 4225 help rugged guard Paul Rosa 1681 off the field after a critical mo- ment in the Wesleyan contest. 1 First Rofw: Comcowycz, S., Hagel, H., Sardelli, A., Moll, W., Co-Captains, Yukna, A. and Brink, 1., Greenwood, 1., Forlini, L., Hansen, M., Rosa, P. Sefond Rofw: La Bella, A., Gaucher, H., Croog, R., Meenan, 1., Abate, C., Holfelder, 1.5 Ross, D., Lefevbre, E., DeZenzo, F., VVolfe, C. Third Rofw: VVadsworth, D., Chernak, A., Turshen, R., Pinsky, L., Moore, W., Chapin, H., Horrigan, E., Lafernier, L., Dole, R., Bleuher, G. Fourth Rofw: Barry, P., Gaudino, R., Robb, S., Coe, L., Ferrigno, E., Martin, W., Waller, 1., Lagenza, R., Gill, W., Bonvouloir, R. Fifth Ro-w: Nemale, A., Allen, VV., Mohr, F., Linkletter, 1., Ryan, T., Tracewski, E., Carlson, B., Moyle, D., Schmidt, B. Sixth Row: Cole, R., Trainer VVargo, R., Backfield Coach Alphonse, 1., Head Coach Christian, 1. O., Line Coach Freeman, 1., End Coach Van Bibber, G., Moehrie, D., Tulp, L. tion offense. I-lalfback Gus Gaudino showed great form, together with Dick Turshen. Turshen started the year playing only defense due to Christie's fear of recurring injury, but soon moved to offensive halfback. Speedy Don Ross filled in at halfback along with h-'Iohr, VVadsworth, Tulp, and LaBella. Capable 1ohn Hollfelder alter- nated with Pinsky at the quarterback position. Again this season, Pete Barry's magic toe continually sent the pigskin spinning through the uprights. The forward wall, often outweighed by the opposition, on many occasions dis- played surprising. power and speed. The end spots were taken by Frank DeZenzo and big .lohn Brink, though Hagel, Chernak, Robb and Bart Schmidt saw consider- able action in the Hank position. Al Yukna and Lou Forlini were standout tackles together with Al Sardilli and Raoul Bonvouloir. The' guard posts were stocked with such hard hitters as Carmen Abate, Charlie W7olfe, and George Bleuher. Rosa and Linkletter were two more standbys, although big 1ohn was injured early in the season. The middle man on the squad was 1im hdeenan, who filled a very vital postion with an excellent job. Also at center, Red Dole completed a noteworthy season. This late starting combination as a whole turned in one of their greatest performances against the Yankee Conference champions, the University of New Hampshire, only to be defeated by a slim margin. BROWN 33 CONNECTICUT 13 zone as he snagged the heave. But the Bruins returned P10VldCl'lLC VVIS the scene of the Huskies' first defeat with repeated blasts on the ground and through the air 'IS the hewy Brown steamioller wallopecl the visitors to shatter the Connecticut defense completely. However, from Storrs UConn drew first blood on a long aerial with seconds to go before the final gun, the UConns from Ferrxgno to ohn Brink, who crashed into the end scored their last tally on a pass from LaBella to Robb. 133 . iff' -, :mr-f--N , I ,..' ,. W ir .:sL5i.-..,af7-- , ,W X ' A Co-Captain Al Yukna, a mainstay of the line in his tackle slot, Freddy Mohr, UConn scatback, flies through the air with the prepares for the charge. greatest of ease as he lunges for the pigskin. Chunky Carmen Abate throws his weight around from his guard position. CONNECTICUT 14-SPRINGFIELD 6 The UConns picked up their first win of the season in downing Springfield at Pratt Field. Unable to gain ground yardage, the Gymnasts' lone tally was the result of a 73 yard aerial, while Connecticut appeared equally strong both in the air and on the ground. Hard charging Dick Gaudino paved the victory path aided by speedy Don Ross. The Huskies' first goal capitalized on a Springfield fumble. Eddie Ferrigno, playing his last game of the year, carried over the pigskin. Big Gus Gaudino hammered his way into the end zone to bring about the second touchdown that afternoon. CONNECTICUT 0-WESLEYAN 12 Ending the series of contests between the two schools, a big Wes team romped over Connecticut in one of the most one-sided affairs seen at Gardner Dow Field all year. The visitors scored their first touchdown on a 37 yard run and repeated with another goal in the second period. The last half resulted in a scoreless deadlock for both sides. CONNECTICUT 27-CHAMPLAIN 6 Although burdened by injuries, the Huskies turned in a fine Dad's Day performance by drubbing the Bluejays at Storrs. Dick Turshen, twisting and jumping, scooted 35 yards to make the first 'score for Connecticut. The inexperienced New Yorkers allowed Turshen to cross the goal again after repeated drives by lVIoll and Gaudino, each of whom scored a touchdown before the day was over. Pete Barry and his magic toe netted three extra points for four tries. The UConn offense goes into high gear as Fianlt DeZenzo QSSJ' races for the sidelines and a 65 yard gain after snaring a pass against Springfield. Don Ross U61 rushes in to give in- CONNECTICUT 23-RHODE ISLAND STATE 0 Coldness and rain prevailed at Gardiner Dow field, which cut down considerably the expected Homecoming Day crowd. From the beginning whistle the UConn's traditional rivals put up a gallant defense until the Huskies caught on to its manner and let loose with some aerials to scatter the line backers. Speedster Don Ross got behind the Rhody backs to snag a 47 yard pass and continued unmolested for the score. From then on the visitors could do nothing. Bill lVIoll followed with touchdowns number two and three and finally when a Rhode Island punt was blocked, a safety was added to the score column. The day had turned out to be gloomy in more than one respect for Coach Keaney as his defeated football squad returned to Kingston. CONNECTICUT 6-NEW HAMPSHIRE 14 Playing a truly inspired brand of ball, the Connecticut eleven almost scored one of the biggest upsets in recent years by outplaying the 1947 Yankee Conference champ- ions. The overconfident men of New Hampshire broke loose in the first half and drove two touchdowns home in what appeared to be an easy romp over their opponents. However, the second half proved a different story. With Moll sidelined due to injury, Gaudino had most of the load on his shoulders, and came through with a splendid performance, scoring the lone UConn tally. The second half was played so well by the Connecticut side that the New Hampshire team was held to a net gain of 5 yards for the two quarters. The heartbreaker came as John terference for the fleet end. The run was the highlight of a 1+-6 Husky victory. Brink recovered a New Hampshire fumble on their seven yard line, but time ran out to end the game and also the Husky threat. CONNECTICUT 14-COAST GUARD 0 It was Fort Trumbell galore as Connecticut moved into New London as guests of the Coast Guard Academy. Just about the entire student body of the UConn branch crossed the town to see what appeared to be a scoreless game. Three periods had passed without either team crossing the goal line when a 39 yard pass from Gaudino to Brink set up the first Husky tally. Gus Gaudino bat- tered his way over as time was fleeing in the fourth period. The Cadets took over, but soon lost the ball on downs, and this time big Nloll drove through to the end zone for the final score of the game. CONNECTICUT 7-MAINE 13 After traveling all the Way to Orono, Maine the UConns tasted their third defeat, as the Husky attack was thwarted continually by the powerful lVIaine squad. One of the bright spots for Connecticut was the outstand- ing performance turned in by Freddie lllohr, who, as scatback alternated carries with Dick Turshen. Turshen again came through with his consistent performance to- gether With Gus Gaudino, also one of Christie's depend- ables.. The line standouts in this contest were George Bleuher, guard, and Harry Hagel, end, who tried valiantly to stop the Bear's offense, but ended up with the rest of the squad on the short end of the score. 135 1948 f f'- Wr, " 4 .x 1 L I, Z '-ff fl. I I' i i 4 I I , t. 4 1. e, Q. 5 fi I 5 A '1 Y ig., u ,ff I K Rhode Island's Ken Goodwin QISJ looks like he wants to hold hands with Connecticut's VVally Luchuk 1111 during the hectic second half of the Rhode Island-Connecticut contest. Connecticut won, 39-30. ASKETBALL Coach Hugh Greer, in his first full year as Husky pilot, saw his charges compile a highly respectable 17-6 won-lost record and bring home a Yankee Conference championship. The Huskies and Rhode Island traded losses but the Uconns played one more conference game than the Rams and took the title. Coach Greer's scrappers came close to the stature of greatness but missed by a matter of inches and the inches were those missing from the Husky lineup. Most of Connecticut's losses were traceable to a lack of height. NYU had big Dolph Schayesg Rhode Island, Ken Good- win, and Yale, Tony Lavelli. Akron had a 6ft. 9in. sky- scraper while VVestern Reserve was big all over. The Huskies again put on that last minute stretch drive with which they are beginning to be identihed. After starting slowly they roared back in the latter part of the campaign with a 60-59 victory over Army at lVest Point and a reversal of a previous encounter with the Rhode Island Rams. This was the first basketball outfit to appear in the Cage. After playing their first few efforts in the Armory the squad moved to the Cage, filling it for the Rhody and Yale affairs. Coach Hugh Greer' faced the largest schedule of any Connecticut team with eight returning lettermen. Charlie Nluzikevic and Stan Sorota were fixtures at the guard spots. Joe IVIaloney, Art Fisher, Jim Wetlnore, and Tom Nevers, a later transfer from YVaterbury, alternated at the forwards. Ken Tarbell and VVally Luchuk held down the center slot. Luchuk and Tarbell, along with Stu Johnson, also filled in at the guard posi- tion. A feature of the yearls play was the development of the reserves, culminating in their fine showing in the Rhody tilt, a game which Rhody coach Keaney spoke of as "The only time in the last five years that my boys have been outrun on their home court." The Freshman basketball team, which won the praise of the entire campus by their brilliant ball playing, wound up a successful season sporting a 10'-4 record. The Frosh, who were fortunate in having a good schedule, were topped only by Sufiield, Brown, Rhode Island, and Yale. They succeeded in defeating the Bruins and Rhody in return games. Suffield caught the boys napping in the first contest of the second semester, but the baby Pups roared back to win six straight before they were dumped in the finale by the Elis. First Rofw: Sorota, S., Muzikevic, C.g Co-Captains Luchuk, W. and Maloney, I., Tarhell. K.: Fisher, A.: Wetmore, J. Scrfmd Rofw: Coach VVargo, R.g Chapman, K., Strong, D., AMERICAN U. The University of Connecticut, showing flashes of real promise inaugurated its season in winning fashion by conquering American University, 48-37, at Hawley Armory. The UConn speed and finesse offset the Eagles height advantage, although they were rusty on their shot- making. Stu Johnson and Charlie Nftlzikevic, a defensive standout, shared point honors with l2 apiece. ST. AN SELM'S The Huskies played host to the runningest team in New England and sent a hustling St. Anselm's team down to a 69-55 defeat. The ball stealing Hawks, sparked by wee Vinnie Nlartley cut a 24 point spread to an 8 point margin before the Huskies poured it on. Art Fisher, with an excellent Hoor game, was high with 17 followed by Stu Johnson's 15. ARNOLD COLLEGE The weakest opponent of the year moved into the Armory and almost dragged the Huskies down to their level before Arnold lost, 45-35. lt was a a sloppy exhibi- tion of basketball and pleased no one. Johnson, S., Loos, W.g Turn, E. fMgr.jg Heffernan, D.g Blozie, j.g Nevers, T., Coach Hugh Greer. BROWN The UConn quintet threw up a defense that Brown couldn't beg, borrow, or steal a basket against for fifteen minutes of the contest and continued their airtight brand of ball the rest of the evening to rout the Bruin's 59-38 at Marvel Gym. The game marked the return to form of the Huskies in general, and of Joe lVIaloney, in par- ticular, Art Fisher led with 15 rallies. NYU Practically all of Connecticut optimistically Hooded Madisoii Square Garden only to see a veteran NYU team, which later reached the finals of the National Invitation Tournament, trim the Huskies, 68-55. A brief flurry against the relaxed New Yorkers brought the Uconns to within 3 points before the Violets reasscrted themselves. YVally Luchuk was high man with 14 points followed by Stan Sorota and Joe ldaloney. WESLEYAN The Huskies kept their record in intra-state competition as clean as the Christmas snows by defeating Wesleyfan 54-37 at Hawley Armory. Connecticut dominated the game completely, turning the game into an early rout with a 28-19 half-time margin. Joe Rdaloney and Charlie Muzikevic topped the scorers. N ORTHEASTERN The Greermen had a field day as they romped to a 6-l---ll decision and their sixth victory of the campaign against Northeastern at Boston. The reserves kept up the scoring pace set by Luchuk, Sorota, and Nluzikevic. AKRON The Huskies fell victim to some untypical Wfestern hospitality as they dropped successive losses to Akron University and Western Reserve. A sky-scraping Akron five, using their height advantage to wear down the Huskies, grabbed a 60-48 decision. The game was origin- ally postponed because of adverse travel conditions caused by the heaviest snow in decades blanketing the East. The Huskies had a 25-23 half-time lead but faded before the height of the Westeriiers. lldaloney was top man for the Blue and White. WESTERN RESERVE vVCStC1'I1 Reserve imitated their WCStC1'H brethren by pouring on a second half drive to top the Huskies 63-49. The torrid Reserves threw up a better than .500 average of their shots in the half. Steady Stan Sorota led the Storrs boys with 10 points in a evenly distributed score sheet. MAINE A touring Nlaine quintet reached the heights of inspired dullness as they dropped a 63-29 yawner to the Huskies in the inaugural for the new Cage. The home squad handed in one of its fine defensive efforts that bewildered the Bears and reduced them to shooting vainly from the outside. Sorota's 12 markers were high for the Greermen. RHODE ISLAND A record crowd of 3480 spectators braved 10 degree Winds, inky blackness, and icy roads to jam their way into the new basketball Cage to see the firehouse Rhody Rams become the hrst visiting team to win a ball game at Storrs in three years, as the Rams nipped the Huskies in a 65-63 thriller. UConn's Jim WCtl11i3I'C,S game-tying shot tee- tered on the rim a moment, then dropped off as the gun sounded. Stan Sorota turned in the season's finest all-round performance for the Huskies as he led them in the close tilt. He led the scorers with l-l points while holding the touted Rhody threat, Dick Hole, to 6 tallies. MASSACHUSETTS The Huskies traveled to Amherst to trample the University of hdassachusetts, 5-l-20. The reserves took over after the varsity forged to an early lead, and steadily widened the winning margin. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY lfVally Luchukis excellent play piloted the Huskies to a 52--P8 squcaker over American University at VVashing- ton. The Huskies held a four point margin and needed Luchuk's efforts to stave off the American U. threat. Luchuk's 18 markers were high and Fisher played Well. YALE Tony Lavelli, the Eli All-American, turned in a 23 point performance and shot Yale to a 57-50 upset Win over Connecticut at the Cage. The contest was tight until the last live minutes when a 10 point Yale splurge iced it. The exhibition was the worst home performance of the season for the Greermen, completely lacking in lustre throughout. Only the play of Charlie Mtlzikevic, who held Tony to 6 points before fouling out early in the third period. was worthy of mention. Oops! The ball just eludes the grasp of Connecticufs joe Maloney and Stu johnson USD and Rhody's Palmieri Q6j at a critical point in the first UConn-Rhody contest. Rams, Bass- ler till and Goodwin stay aloof from it all. Rhody eked MAINE The Huskies Went on a between semester trip and brought back a 46-39 victory over lVIaine's improved Bears. The Huskies, after holding a 27-22 intermission margin, trailed briefly in the second half by a 35-34 score. But, sparked by Wallyf Luchuk, they turned on the power and rolled away. Luchuk's fine bucket play was a highlight for the Uconns. CHAMPLAIN Connecticut breezed to an easy 49-38 Win over Champ- lain 'at Plattsburg, New York. Substituting freely throughout the Huskies were never in trouble. The speedy forward line of Fisher and hdaloney shone for the Connecticuts. VERMONT Jumpin' Joe lVIaloney put on a performance to gladden the hearts of the home folk as the veteran spearheaded a 54-39 victory for the Blue and TVhite. An unbroken string of 18 Connecticut points put the game on ice for the Greermen. out a 65-63 squeaker. ,.. ,.-o Connecticut's Stan Sorota Q61 looks like he is going to use Yale's Nadherny fl-U as a stepping stone to bigger and better things as they scramble for the ball at Payne Whitney Gym. Referee Nucatola, Connecticutls Muzikevic and Tarbell watch the action. Yale withstood a last minute Husky surge to turn back the invaders S7-53. COAST GUARD The Huskies staggered to a 52--P0 win over Coast Guard at the Cage in a game notably lacking in spirit. The only bright spot in an otherwise lustreless affair was the showing of Ken Tarbell at the pivot spot. The Huskies spent most of the game ineffectually trying to break the Cadet zone, maintaining only a slight 3 point edge at the half. A third period spurt behind Tarbell and Jim Wetinore won the contest. Charlie hfluzikevic was a defensive standout. ARMY Stan Sorota calmly netted two foul shots with 15 seconds remaining to give Uconn a 50--I-9 upset win over the Army tive at VVest Point. A sterling team perform- ance in the season's thriller was highlighted by the Hne performance of Joe Nlaloney. NIaloney's 23 points were a season's high for the Storrs boys. BROWN The fast moving Huskies ran over and around the plodding Brown Bear as they rolled to an easy 57-41 win over the inept Providence five at the Cage. The Brown zone slowed down the Huskies considerably, but the slower Bears were unable to offer any competition for the night. Tarbell, lVIaloney and Rluzikevic played well for the home squad with Maloney' leading the scorers withll. NEW HAMPSHIRE The high-riding Huskies added the seventh straight pelt to their victory rug when they outclassed the New UConn's Ken Tarbell snares a rebound as a teammate Bill Loos C162 watches. Connecticut soundly trounced New Hamp- shire 70-47 in the Cage. Hampshire squad and skinned them by a 70-47 score before a crowd of 2600 paying fans and Governor NIeConaughy at the Cage. Maloney turned in a neat performance as the Husky pivot, passing well and leading the scorers with 18 points. RHODE ISLAND W7ith their reserves sparking the drive, the University of Connecticut cagers raced to an 89-80' win over Rhody's Rams at Rodman Hall. The win was their eight straight and their second over the Rams on their home court since 1931. It was a brilliant team performance with the reserves coming through in a fine collective effort. ln addition to the starters, Loos, Strong, Johnson, Nevers, and Wetmore helped the Huskies race the Rams. Coach Keaney, Rhody coach, said that it was the first time in years that his boys have been outrun on their home court. Maloney' led the scoring with 22 points and lVIusikevic steadied the team the entire game. YALE Connecticut's eight game win streak was shattered as they closed the season with a 57-53 loss to the Yale quintet at New Haven. Trailing the entire game, the Huskies surged back and would have nipped the Bulldogs if not for some adverse calls by the referees against the visitors. Charlie Muzikevic turned in the season's best defensive show in throttling Lavelli, Yale's All-American. The Husky flashed speed and finesse but couldn't over- come Yale height and the incompetent refereeing. lVIaloney's 20 tallies led the scoring sheet. It's going, going, gone as Muzzy throws in a onehander to help the Huskies top Wesleyan 54-37 in the last game at Hawley Armory. 140 First Rofw: Cunningham, B.g Fetterolf, C.g Arcano, 1.3 Cap- tain johnson, S.g Pratt, N.g Baldwin, M.g Kirschman, M. Serum! Knew: Delvlayo, P.g Dubuc, L.g Berger, C.g Blozie, I.: The star studded eleven opened the season with a shut- out at the expense of Clark University. The team racked up a 5-0 victory with Mike Baldwin leading his team mates with a total of two goals. The contest against Tufts at hfledford again proved the capability of the Husky goal seekers. The Blue and Whites toppled the Tuft's aggregate with an 8-1 defeat. joe Arcano slipped two well placed kicks past the oppos- ing goalie to lead the day's scoring roster. Coach Squires substituted freely. The Connecticut campus was the location of the soccer team's third straight win. lVilliams was the victim of a 5-2 score with George Cleveland placing two beauties through the opponentls goal posts. The display of great team work in this game was a preview of the stimulating playing to follow. It was this same team that trounced the Husky squad and laid up Porty Pratt and John Tedford just a year ago. The Huskies again reversed a defeat of last year by downing the University of lVIassachusetts at Storrs. The 6-1 defeat handed out to this visiting squad marked the second time out of three starts that the Huskies downed this neighbor opponent. Nlike Baldwin went wild in the first period when he scored two goals within less than two minutes time. A Coach Squires' men travelled to Providence for their encounter with the Brown squad. The outcome meant the fifth straight win for the Huskies, who were on the 7 Y + ia-at Kilday, YV.: Sailing, P. Third Row: Gaipa, YV. fMg1'.,Q Tschumi, H.: Cleveland, G.g Coholan, T.g Condron, F.g Feibel, F.g Coach Jack Squires. road to their greatest season. Carlos Fetterolf and Nlike Baldwin booted the two goals for the Connecticut team. The sixth encounter was a heartbreaker for the hard fighting men from Connecticut. Springfield, at Spring- field, dished out the First taste of defeat of the season by scoring two goals in the second period against no tallies for the UConn team. The Springfield team has never been beat by the Huskies. They have one of the best college groups in the country. The encounter and subsequent victory over Yale in the seventh encounter was sweet indeed. The Yale eleven was well versed in soccer, but the UConn squad showed its skill by Winning 3-1. This is the first time Yale has returned home beaten and dejected after a soccer engage- ment with their little brothers. Fetterolf, Johnson, and Pratt were responsible for the three goals. The only other blemish on the record of this great team was afforded by the TVesleyan team at Nfiddleton. The boys just couldn't seem to attain their usual speed and shiftiness which resulted in a 4-2 defeat. Carlos Fetterolf and lidike Baldwin, the two high scorers of the season, were the ones who came through. The final game played with Fort Devens at Storrs was a slaughter against a poor opponent. The Blue and Y-Vhite squad was really out to end the season with a bang and the 9-1 victory which resulted was not only a bang but an explosion. Carlos Fetterolf booted three goals to become not only high scorer over the season but high scorer for an individual game. Porty Pratt scored two, while Cunningham, Kildey and Arcano took one goal to their credit apiece. BA EBALL The University of Connecticut baseball team registered 13 wins in 15 contests and offered two memorable "firsts" for the fans. The Husky nine brought home the first Yankee Conference championship with a 6-1 record in Conference competition. Connecticut's only defeat in the league was by Rhody's Jack Smith, a decision later reversed at Storrs. The Huskies ran up one of the 'finer college records in the country in 1948. They were considered briefly as a possible choice for NCAA representatiVe's from the New England area before a strong Yale team got the nomination. Another memorable "first" occurred when the Huskies Went "pro" and engaged in the first indoor practices in the Cage. The early training proved valuable, though the good effects were somewhat nullified by poor early season weather. The Huskies faced the season with optimistic prospects. All but three regulars returned from the preceding year as spring practice started. Ed Tracewski manned the first base position for the squad. The rest of the infield was a question mark as the season started but gradually fell into shape. Leo Pinsky and Art Fisher cavorted at second while Bob Potter held down the third base sack. Stan Sorota, who proved a wizard all year on the base- paths, was shifted from his early season spot at second to shortstop. Dan Heffernan also showed in the short field. Firrt Rofw: Pinsky, L., Fisher, A.g Heffernan, D.g Chapin, H.g Tracevvski, E. Second Rofw: Turshen, R.g Baldwin, M.g Love, R.5 Allen, W.g Potter, R.g Sorota, S. Third Rofw: Albright, ln the outheld, it was speedy Mike Baldwin in left field for Christie's forces. Slugging Ray Legenza per- formed in center field while Bill Loos, the tean1's leading hitter with a .400 plus average, held down the right field spot. Dick Turshen and John Dziadul offered capable reserves for the outer gardens. Among the battery candidates Walt Allen's big bat riveted down the catcher's role. On the mound, however, several surprises developed during the season's play. The fine showing of Dick Love, ex-Trumbullite, Was one of the prime factors in their fine record. Love's fine work helped to take part of the load off of the more experienced shoulders of big Hy Chapin. Jim 'VVetm0re, Gene Caulkins, and Ed Nogas aided in the pitching chores for the Connecticut squad. Despite the fine individual records, many of the players themselves place all the credit for the success of the com- bine on the shoes of a campus character called "Ginty." It seems that these "lucky " shoes were Worn on the occasion of every Husky Win. ln the only two ballgarnes at which the footwear were not present, the Huskies lost! CONNECTICUT 11-SPRINGFIELD 8 The Huskies came from behind with a four run splurge in the final inning of a hectic three hour ball game at Storrs to get their season off to a Hying start with an 11-8 victory over the Springfield Gymnasts. Loos, Nogas, and Chapin teamed up for the win. Stan Sorota scored five times for the Huskies as VValt Allen did the long range hitting. T. QMgr.jg Bottomley, B.3 Loos, B.g Lagenza, R.g Coach J. O. Christian. lf . x 3 fbNs xx -X' O I iff Wlllfffw INN-63 of My ,Q CONNECTICUT 5-VERMONT 0 Big Hy Chapin and chunky Gene Caulkins got together and mixed a batch of whitewash which they neatly applied to the touring Vermont nine. The Huskies shut out the Catamounts for their second straight victory. Three runs in the first won it for the UConns. Bill Loos' single scored two after Sorota scored on a Sprinfield muff. YALE 7-CONNECTICUT 0 It was a case of every one reading the press clippings but the Yale nine as Phil Kemp, the Eli hurler, assisted by some long range hitting by his mates, stopped an em- bryo Husky win streak at two straight. Chapin had a rough day for the Storrs boys giving up two home run balls and being charged with the loss. Caulkins relieved in the sixth. Loos and Allen divided four of UConn's ten hits. CONNECTICUT 6, 11-MAINE 5, 3 The touring hdaine squad played the role of guests to perfection as they dropped a double header to the alert Huskies 6-5 and 11-3. The visitors put on an exhibition of grammar school ball as the Huskies took the first game with live runs in the fourth on only one hit. It was Loos and Nogas again for the winners. Snake YVetmore got eflicient hitting from his teamates to breeze all the way in the nitecap. Zeke Potter seemed to be the man for the third base spot that the Huskies were looking to fill. His three for three and fine fielding powered them in the second contest. Fisher and Baldwin hit timely in the free-for-all. CONNECTICUT 7--MASSACHUSETTS 2 Christie was "Taking a Chance on Love" against lVIass- aehusetts as he started the young left hander from Fort Trumbull but the gamble payed off as he topped the Collegians 7-2. Dick Love hurled a nifty five hitter for the winners as Allen, Potter, and Loos collected two hits apiece for the Huskies. CONNECTICUT 0--RHODE ISLAND 3 Two veteran righthanders, rubber-armed ,lack Smith and hard-throwing Hy Chapin of Connecticut, hitched up in the best hurling duel of the season at Kingston, Rhode Island, and although Hy Chapin gave up only four hits as compa1'ed to the five bingles garnered off Smith the Ram hurler had the better control. He blanked the Huskies 3-0 for his third win of the season as against no defeats. Smith, who had allowed the Connecticut squad only one earned run in the last three times be faced them, was in fine fettle as he fanned ten Huskies and passed only two batters. Chapin struck out seven and walked six. Two of these Rhody walks were cashed in for runs and the other run came in without the aid of a hit. CONNECTICUT 4-MASSACHUSETTS 1 Two UConn boys gave lldassachusetts 'L' in the next affair. Lefty Dick Love and Ray Lagenza piloted the Huskies to a 4-1 win over Nlassachusetts. Love racked up his third straight win at the expense of the Collegians while Lagenza rapped out a bases-loaded triple and a home run for good measure to get all of the Connecticut RBI's. CONNECTICUT 15-COAST GUARD 5 A triple play and a Husky hitting spree enlivened a 15-5 trouncing of a hapless Coast Guard squad before a delighted home crowd. VVith two cadets on and none out in the first stanza, Tom VVetmore took one of his brother Jim's pitches and fed a double play grounder to Heffernan at short. On the twin killing, one of the Cadets tried to score and was nipped at the plate by Tracewski's peg to VValt Allen. Loos went 5 for 5 to spark a 15 hit attack. Sorota, Allen, and Lagenza picked up two hits for the Huskies. CONNECTICUT 6-NORTHEASTERN 1 Hy 'Chapin pitched a neat three hitter against an out- classed Northeastern nine at Boston to even his season's record at two wins and two defeats as the UConn squad belabored three enemy twirlers for a 6-1 victory. The Huskies took full advantage of eight hits, six walks, and two wild pitches to dominate the ball game. Ivalt Allen, Tracewski, and Sorota hit well for the Nutmeggers. CONNECTICUT 5-WESLEYAN 1 TVesleyan hoped to cool the Huskies off as they threw "Frosty" Francis against them but the Huskies refused to be put in the deep freeze as they topped the Cards, 5-1. Connecticut, behind the sinker ball pitching of Dick Love, broke up a 1-1 pitching duel with four runs in the seventh frame. Successive singles by Love, Sorota, and Loos, with a walk, a passed ball, and Tracewski's two run single acounted for the quartet. CONNECTICUT 5-RHODE ISLAND 3 Hy Chapin's strong right arm put the Huskies back in the competition for the Yankee conference title. In a fine performance that was marred by one bad inning, Hy Q ,E 5 x' 1'4- ov. , " . X25 - s A r . - f 1 -1. N ,g l V K, . 4 Q' I '-1 21 ' Wrfrfl .1 1'I.."'9i?' - I I",fQsf3'5v3i', ff' .',l, I. F it 4. ' 55 .155 ff"-' ' .- will-e X.: 'iii' 1 Aa. . x.. . ,f"'1 uv' if In g 15" 'iii ii ' ",, i. Bob Enos squared the account with Rhody by beating his arch-rival, Jack Smith, by a 5-3 score. It was the heavy hitting of the Huskies that evened up the series with the Rams and left them tied in league com- petition. Singles by Loos and Lagenza, Allen's misjudged long Hy, and a wild throw led to three tallies in the first. Baldwin and Chapin collaborated on the fourth run and Potter's triple scored Allen with the final marker. CONNECTICUT 14-LEHIGH O Although the weather was bad and the playing field was in poor condition the worst element on the field was the ragged Lehigh team that provided the opposition for the hustling UConn nine. The Huskies romped to a 14-0 win as five Lehigh miscues made things easy for them. Pinsky, Loos, and Allen lead the attack as Hy Chapin breezed behind a 13 hit assault. Chapin was in good form CRO The University of Connecticut cross-country squad 4-3 record. The finished the 1947 season with a creditable varsity, after losing to Yale, bounced back to sweep over Wesleyfan, Northeastern, Coast Guard, and Brown in quick succession. After the Brown meet their victory sails were hauled clown in quick succession by Rhode Island and a surprising Springfield outfit. lVIike hflorris, the Galloping Greek, captained the team in the yearis competition. Under the tutelage of Coach into the squad's the new course. Carl Fischer, Howie Rubin blossomed out Number one man, setting a record over First Ro-w: Roman, D.g Rubin, H., Alling, WHf1'C11, F., Brunetti, L. Scronrl Rofw: Bray, J.g Morris, MJ A.g Hoadley, C. Maerkle, 'Lg Cody, R.g Wright, D.g Sullivan, J., McKinney, as he hurled a masterful three-hitter and faced only 28 ITICH. CONNECTICUT 6-WESLEYAN 5 lVesleyan "had to be shown" and Connecticut did just that to their intra-state rivals but not before the VVesmen staged a last minute uprising to knot the ballgame. lVith a 5-3 lead Hy Chapin loaded the bases. An error tied it up at 5-5 before a UConn rally gave them their final margin. Love, who relieved Chapin in the eighth was the winner. CONNECTICUT 4-BROWN 2 Ending their season in a blaze of glory the Husky squad outplayed the Brown nine at Providence. lt was Love again going the distance for the winning UConns. SS CO TRY Jack Alling, Lou Brunetti, Fred VVarren, John Sullivan, and Danny Roman completed the finest varsity that Coach Fischer has ever tutored. The individual highlight of the year was Howie Rubin's startling eleventh in the New England champ- ionships. Howie reve1'sed the decision of previous dual meets by sweeping past seven of the men who had taken him before. Another highlight of the year was the brilliant perform- ance of Rhody's Bob Black who breezed in a third of a mile in front of UConn's Rubin on the local course. R. Third Rofw: Coach Carl Fischerg Giordano, B.g Breaux, R.g Carrig, W.g Plant, 1.3 Schiller, I. .P Enffleu lf, vet' A i ' Q T f CH NNEETTCUT i , .l 1 f , innaigtfggf . i' A' T lit XNLE G Q l 1. 5. -ex at ' 'ff N wh i ni' nt, WK NE 'nth TRACK A UConn victory over Coast Guard was a brief warm- up for the VVesleyan meet. The VVesmen won 79-55, mainly on their superiority in the distance events, but when they looked around, their glory was stolen by the visitors. .lack Ryan maintained his spotless record by hurling the javelin a brilliant 190 feet, surpassing his own school record by 6 feet. Brawny John Brink missed the hammerthrow record by a mere six inches. The UConn tracksters concluded their dual meet season with a 3-2 record by whipping YVPI 75-50. For the first time this season Captain Bob Kennedy was pushed nearly all the way by an opponent in his specialty, the 220 low hurdles. This constant threat accounted for a new school record of 2-L6 seconds in the event after three years of trying for Kennedy. Carlos Fetterolf gave hint of a significant afternoon when he streaked the 100 in 10 sec- onds llat to equal the school record. The Huskies closed their season with a disappointing fourth in the Yankee Conference championships, and a negligible effort in the New Englands. The freshman medley relay team came in Hrst in that event in the Easterns. Fjrsl Rofw: Sullivan, 1.5 Schwartzchild, R.g Rogers, VV., Ken- nedy, R., Brink, 1.3 Ryan, NV.g Marshall, F. Second Rofw: Maerkle, L., Rubin, I-1.3 Nevers, E., Schmidt, B. Roman, D.g The 1948 season for Coach Fischer's tracksters was one of fine individual achievement. The squad as a whole however, registered three straight losses indoors and managed a little better outdoors with three wins in five meets. Yet, for Connecticut, records fell fast and merrily. A body-width win in the final relay gave the U. of Nlass. five vital points and swept it to a win over Connecticut and VV. P. I. in the indoor opener. But John Alling shattered the school standard for the broadjump by setting a new mark of 21' 5" in the event. Tufts and Amherst pounced on the Huskies next, and as firm believers in the "good neighbor" policy, they both rolled over Coach Fischer's charges. In the Tufts meet only Brink and Rogers garnered first places. The Huskies started their outdoor season inauspiciously by dropping the opener to Springfield. However, the Huskies took 11 out of 15 possible firsts and convinced the U. of Mass. cindermen that they "should have stood in bed." The score read 83-52 but such surprise showings as Ficken's and Fetterolivs attracted notice. Bob Kennedy garnered three Hrsts for the second successive meet. Smithline, H. Third Rofw: Coach Carl Fischerg Bowen, B.g Hummel, E., Ficken, G.g Schiller, J. lMgr.jg Mooers, W., Shuskus, W., Fetterolf, C., Trainer Wargo, R. A .3 1 Qing, 9 ,fffzlfi I I P . l .I - , . , J iii if it xii .: -A 145 WIMM The 1947-48 swimming season saw Coach Jack Squires' llflermen tackle their most diiiicult schedule in recent years. Blessed with a number of veteran performers in many events but lacking adequate reserve fortification, the Squiresmen enjoyed only sporadic success. The UConns opened the season with a 53-21 win over VV. P. I. in their highest scoring meet of the season. ,lim Gorman and Bob Towne provided the surprises of the meet by finishing first and second respectively in the 220 and 440 free styles. Dependable Dom Spallone showed excellent form in winning the diving, while Fred Farns- worth, Bart Schmidt, and Elmer VVard also garnered firsts. The Tankmen met their first defeat at the hands of a strong NI. I. T. team by a count of 50-25. Big news for the Blue and lfVhite was Charlie Jenkins record smashing performance in the 100 yard free style. Lanky Charlie flashed the century in 54.9 to break the existing UConn mark. Dom Spallone continued top man off the spring- board. The Huskies fell afoul of the Cardinals from lfVCSlCj'2lI1 again. and felt the continued impact of a strong jinx by toppling to the tune of 50-25. Charlie Jenkins con- tinued to be the UConn shining light by annexing both the 50 and 100 yard free styles. First Row: Gorman, j.g Spaulding, B.g Kohler, C.g Squires, D. Second Rofw: Kelleher, R., Farnsworth, F., Bell, I-Lg Gus- The Squiresmen returned to the win column with an easy 42-33 tally over Mzlssacliusetts U. The meet was featured by Coach Squires' wholesale insertion of some hitherto little-used reserves. Big news of the clash was Fred Farnsworth's time of 2:37.9 in the 220 yard breast- stroke, shattering the standing UConn mark for the event by almost a full second. Jenkins and Jones were other outstanding performers in the Connecticut triumph. Springfield's Gymnasts, entering the UConn pool with hopes of an easy triumph, encountered numerous uneasy moments before emerging the winner in a 47-28 margin. Charlie Jenkins and Bart Schmidt finished one-two re- spectively in the dashes, while Dom Spallone topped the divers. Brown downed the Huskies in their next outing, 43-31. Fred Farnsworth, Dom Spallone, and Charlie Jenkins gained top points in their events while the formerly crippled 400 yd. relay team of Schmidt, Ward, Towne, and Jenkins finally broke into the charmed circle. The boys next traveled to Amherst, only to fall before the Lord bleffs, 48-27. Dom Spallone's diving and the relay team of Schmidt, Wil1'd, Towne, and Jenkins nailed the only Husky firsts as Jenkins bowed by inches to Ball of Amherst in the 50 and 100. tafson, R.g Dixon, R. Third Rofw: Anderson, W.g Rosenbloom, C., Uhlein, F., Towne, R.g Pfeiffer, VV., Frank, B. CMgr.j. if:-un 146 TENNS Coach Squires found the ranks of tennis veterans thinned from the previous year as his top two men failed to return. He had a few veterans, a few newcomers, and a few players promoted from the Jayvce ranks. He molded the squad into a team that has compiled a record of three victories and three losses. lfVith only two meets to go, Tufts and Brown, the netmen should finish with at least an even record. Playing in weather that would make the antartic penguins feel at home, VVesleyan's tennis team managed to spoil the season's inaugural with a 6-3 victory over the Husky racquetmen. A hurricane wind whipped across the courts throughout the match, wreaking havoc with the ball and blowing dust off the loosely rolled playing surface. Don Strong and Larry Dubuc, playing third and fifth respectively, came through with victories in the single matches. Revealing unusual strength in the doubles, the Husky netmen won their initial match as they walloped the Nlaine Bears 8-1. Sweeping everything but the No. l singles, the Huskies delighted the home crowd with an easy win. The Huskies ran into a red-hot tennis squad as they were rudely dumped 8-1 by the Springfield College com- bine. Strong was the only player to salvage any individual glory as he topped their No. 3 man. The Huskies made a rapid re-estimate of their competition and put the Gymnasts at the top of the list. I The netmen lost a squeaker to Massachusetts 5-4, which must be some kind of poetic justice. In an earlier match the score was 5-4 but the Huskies had been at the large end. Playing two and three, Strong and Sheffs copped their matches. The Yankee Conference championships were held at Storrs and UConn's perennial 1'ivals, Rhode Island walked off the winners. Only Connecticut, Rhode Island, and lVIaine participated in the playoff. Rhody's Gamble and Sargenson played off the singles title between them and added further insult by taking the doubles title back to Kingston. For this reason, New England tennis circles were shocked to hear the results of the next affair-Connecti- cut 5, Rhode Island 4. Besides dumping the Yankee Conference champs, the Huskies were unique in another way. This time they clinched the meet in singles play, whereas, previously, they had depended upon the doubles team for their best scores. Quinto, playing No. 1 lost to Gamble, but Strong, fmoved to No. 22 and Sheffs took their contests. Dubuc and Harris won, and then Harris and Jaffe came back in the doubles to clinch the affair. GOLF Not to be outdone by other Connecticut sports the Husky golf squad also brought home a Yankee Conference championship. This highlight of the year occurred on Nlay 15 when they contested Maiiie and Rhode Island for the title and walked off with the honors. The seasonls record for the golfers was a healthy six won, three lost, and one tied. The schedule was the best in the school's history for the golfers. They met such New England powerhouses as VVesleyan, Brown, Yale, and Amherst. The season started badly for the golf squad as IVesleyan topped them 6M to ZZ. lVIaine and Amherst then fell before the Uconns before Yale won the next match, 6-3, over Storr's Byron Nelsons. From there on the team lost just one match, a SM-32 decision to Rhode Island, and tied another, a match with lVIaine, as they won the rest of their remaining schedule. Notable, in addition to the conference crown was a 9-O trouncing of Tufts, a double win over Amherst, and a 5-4 decision over Brown. Delmonte, up from Fort Trumbull, proved a blessing to the team as he moved into the No. l position. Kochiss was the second big gain for the Connecticut array. Les- niak, Ziello, Zaccagnino, and Paine- rounded out the Husky dependables. BOYS TRAMURAL After a year of fierce competition Sigma Alpha Epsilon walked off with the athletic title in the fraternity intra- mural league. Another highlight of the year was the meeting of the Connecticut freshman and an All-Star fraternity team. In the inaugural affair, sponsored by the Connecticut Campus, the All-Stars won 72-64, in a double overtime. Among the independents it was a bigger and better scramble than ever before. lVIore independent combines than had ever participated entered the fray. The Cottage and South Campus representatives stimulated the comp- etition. The Barbs and Bromos led the basketball competition while it was the Storrs Pigeons that topped the softball standings. Among the fraternities, it was the strong men of Sigma Nu that roared to an early lead by copping the touch football derby. Sigma Nu took the measure of Phi Sigma Delta in a league play-off game for the title. Bob Potter and John Bransfield sparked the winners while Milt Krantz was a speed demon for Phi Sig Delta. In the basketball arena SAE came from behind to catch the leaders and rack up the crown. Until the last week it appeared that the powerful, although shallow reserved, Gamma Rho combine would take the fraternity league title with an unblemished record. iBut SAE set them back in a hectic ball game which saw a near record number of fouls called. This, coupled with a subsequent win over Kappa Sig, put the SAE five up with the leaders and en- abled them to pull away as their opponents faltered. Ray Pramuka, Ernie Corve, Pete Barry, and the Hackett boys were the SAE stalwarts. An old adage was disproved at Hawley Armory on the night of March 24-th when a young, well-integrated, and well-conditioned Uconn freshman basketball team went clown to a 72-6-l defeat at the hands of an All-Star Fraternity team of out-of-shape players who had never played as a unit before. It was a sterling exhibition of spirit by the underdog All-Stars. The All-Stars who played, chosen by fraternity vote, were Goldbloom, Giangrave, lVadsworth, Spiers, Lefebvre, Chernak, and Fishman. - Tau Epsilon Phi's last ditch rally wrested the volley ball crown from the defending Sigma Chi champions, GTRLS' This past year brought many laurels to UConn ama- zonsg they seemed to shine, especially in swimming, arch- ery, and riding. At the outset of the year the field hockey team traveled to Smith at Northampton and witnessed a fine exhibition given by a British women's team who took the Smith girls on as their opponents. Snow turned attention to basketball, which is the center of attention in sports for most coeds, and competition was high in the intramurals with final games showing Delta Zeta's team sparked by lVIary Anderson, Chick Baxter, and Dorothy O'Brien, the victorsg Holc01nb's squad starring Nlaisie Sokol and Joan Rhinehart taking the laurels for second place, and Theta and Sprague tieing for third. The girls' basketball team, captained by Joyce Fellows, traveled the road to Rhode Island and scored second fin a round robinj being topped by Pembroke, and finally a close victory over lVilli Teachers College finished the basketball season for the team. The swimming club, with the fine coaching of Nliss Bogart, copped 4-th place in the 1948 National lntracol- legiate Telegraphic Swimming Meet of the Eastern Re- gion, being outswum by Penn State, VVellesley, and Vas- sar, but outscoring Penn U and New Jersey College for YVomen, who took fifth and sixth place respectively. Cer- tain individual events took the spotlight. Nlarion lVyatt took Hfth in the crawl, and there were two firsts-one in the 60 yard medley and the other in the 80 yard free style relay. Anne lldurray, Val Hotchkiss, Sally Nliller, Sue Quenk, and Pauline McBride, were the outstanding swimmers in these two events. Next on the list for the acquatics was the Intramural Swimming Nleet. After preliminary heats of elimination between the dorms and sororities, Kappa came in first after a close race with Holcomb, which carrie in a close second. Phi lliu came through in third place. Pi Phi was outstanding for their diver, Iris Kimball, who took first, leaving her opponents far behind. After constant practice throughout the year Nlr. Guyer's archery enthusiasts made headlines throughout 8-15, 17-15, 15-13. The first game was Sigma Chi all the way as, led by VValsh, they dominated play. But TEP, after trailing in the second game, roared from behind to pull up 14-1-l and then go ahead for good. Fishman and Frankel were the big threats for Tau Ep. SAE continued their winning ways by outswimming their rivals in the Hawley Armory pool. The winners scored 39.6 points while their closest competitors garnered 20.5. The best individual performance was turned in by Kappa Sig's Bergeron who won the 100 yard free style in 1 207 minutes. Behind Roddy, the league's 'best hurler, Sigma Chi won two decisive ball games to waltz into first place in the softball league as Theta Chi scored an upset win over SAE. Sigma Chi topped Tau Ep and Lambia Chi to maintain an undefeated record. SAE dropped into second place as a result. PORT the state after winning the National Archery Club Cham- pionship for the seventh consecutive time, taking first i11 the college competition at Chicago as well. The out- standing representatives for the Chicago round were Dorothy Lundblad, Betty Henry, Jeanne Conners, and Ruth Linkletter. On the campus the archery title was captured by Nlanchester which boasted of Dorothy Lund- blad, Natalie Plastriclge, and Elvira Sceggel. Holcomb gave them a hard time in their fight coming in second with their top star, lrne Sarkisian, and ably backed by Evelyn Ross, and Emmy lVilliams. The tennis competition didn't materialize this year but the badminton tournament saw keen action with final results giving Theta's team of Betty Vanderlldeer and Jean Ruffer first place. Ping pong, the junior net sport, had its matches played off in the fall with Sandy Cohen of Holcomb taking first. Spring brought finals and softball and the amazons of the Softball Club Qlsie llfliller, Marge Plunkett, Jerry Nlathers, and Grace lVIinson were outstandingj played games among their ranks, and were beaten in a close game by Pembroke. Intramurals occupied the most attention though. Kappa walked off with first place being strongly represented by Nlarcia Strickland, Huddy Hinman, and Nlarcia Heigelman. At the tail end of the season riding contests drew a record crowd at the Horse Show, and UConn women tutored ably by Adelade Connolly, brought home the bacon. The novice class showed. Harriet Velms best horsewoman, and in advanced riding Pat Hubbell took the Soloman trophy for the second consecutive year. If she wins again next year the trophy will be hers for all time. Finally Rosemary Rossiter showed expert handling as she rode to first in the Road Hack Event. The final women's sport banquet told the story of who led in women's sports on the campus. Holcomb took first and Theta came in second after beating Kappa in badminton. Kappa followed closely in third place. 1... ' A il -. .- - In . H.. 7- 7 7 RIFLE CLUB The University of Connecticut Varsity Rifle Team started off the 1947-1948 season with a squad of thirty- six men. Coached by IVI Sgt. Adrian L. Bregnard they had individual practice on Rionday, VVednesday, and Friday, during the day, and on lVIonday evenings the whole team met on the range for three hours of instruction and practice firing. During this practice emphasis was placed on range safety, positions, breath control, sighting and aiming, trigger squeeze, and other fundamentals that make a good rifle team. I The team started hring matches in November. ln De- cember the squad was cut down to the Varsity team of about twenty men and practiced every day. The program of firing continued with postal matches with various teams throughout the country. The team became a member of the New England College Rifle League, a league com- posed of thirteen colleges in New England in competition with each other in both postal and shoulder-to-shoulder matches. Also the University joined the National Rifle Association as an affiliate club, Class C. The N. R. A. is a national. organization whose purpose it to further the sport of rifiery. lt is composed of various schools, colleges, universities, clubs, and individuals who are interested in shooting, and matches are arranged and prizes awarded to high scoring teams and individuals. The team fired in the First Army Area Intercollegiate llflatch, a match sponsored by the First Army and in which all schools having rifle teams in the First Army Area participate, and in the Hearst Trophy lVIatch. This last is a National match. Results have not been received. Coach .......... .... R 'I Sgt. Adrian L. Bregnard Team llflanager. .. .......... Joseph WV. 'Sposta Team Captain ..... ........ E dward A. Kluck Team Members ...... Burton H. Anderson, lVIaurice L. Burr, Burton E. Carlow, Gilbert NI. Katten, Charles H. Kennedy, Harold A. Levine, Stanley D. Nlattes, Ellicott lVIcConnell, George R. Morris, John T. Reid, Howard T. Shellard, Richard L. Sutherland, Clayton B. Stetson, Kenneth M. Stetson, Arnold B. VVhite, Roltert B. Braun. .MATCHES FIRED DURING 1947-1948 SEASON NEIV ENGLAND COLLEGE RIFLE LEAGUE: 1. U-Conn 2. U-Conn 3. U-Conn -l-. U-Conn 5. U-Conn 6. U-Conn . U-Conn 8. U-Conn 9. U-Conn U-Conn 7 10. 1 1. U-Conn 12. U-Conn 1. U-Conn- 2. U-Conn- POSTAL: 1. U-Conn- 2. U-Conn- 3. U-Conn- 4. U-Conn- 5. U-Conn- 6. U-Conn- 7. U-Conn- 8. U-Conn- 9. U-Conn- - 1333 - 1320 - 1318 - 1318 - 1289 - 1289 - 1365 - 1359 - 1360 - 1359 - 1340 - 1360 CLD Dartmouth - 1364- CVVD Harvard - 1287 CLD U. S. C. G. A.- 1381 CVVD VVorcestcr P. I.- 1286 CXVD Rhode Island- 1263 CVVD New Hampshire-1223 CLD Brown- 1370 CLD M. I. T.- 1372 CVVD Bowdoin- 1318 CVVD Norwich- 1.310 CWD Massachusetts- 1310 CLD Vermont- 1376 NON-LEAGUE SHOULDER-TO-SHOULDER: 1340 CVVD Brown- 1343 Norwich- 33589 CLD Presbyterian College- 886 CLD Yale University- 1757 CLD Univ. of Wisconsiim- 1737 CLD Univ of Alabama- 1837 CWD Univ. of Alaska- 1318 CLD Univ of Pittsburgh- 1830 CVVD The Citadel- 3595 CWD Univ. of Hawaii- 2198 CYVD Univ. of Maine- CS-SD CS-SD CS-SD 1283 1317 3506 916 1868 1845 1636 1385 1808 3504 2196 CACTIVITIES :'-f - . - .3f,i1,r:Y,1-1"U4 4 .fl LV . J:-' 1"47f.' -f? 3fP'l "V V --A"-:-wi'-"5,'-gy ' A ,1s,.-'J,-5a:-- ':f"i.,:'LL.'4' , .- "'11f,"nt' 'i'f'. ?"'5i"" ' it ,Hia 1 ,?'.1.' 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Projects for the year have included obtaining loud- speakers for the Beanery and lVhitney, dining hall and food survey, selection of permanent school colors, and the formation of a Student-Faculty Committee to better relations between the faculty and students. lllembers: ffm Campbell, ex-officiog Allan Evans, Joyre Hubbell, Sally Kenney, Buzl King, Edward Robert Garvey, foluz Greenwood, ex-offiriog David Kluck, Riclmrfl Lodge, Janet Illerliss, Frank Hahn, Jllichael Moloclzko, Janice Ryan, .lane Sher, Vasington, Robert Voigt, dzlelle lflfarlhams, Nathan William Segal, Julia Storrs, Elan Tobie, ex-officioj Plvfllite. Faculty adfzfisors: Samuel JI. fllclllillan, flrwoozl S. Norilzby. 152 THE CONNECTICUT CAMPU EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ................ Leif Gorden-Alan Tobie lldanaging Editor .... ..... A lan Tobie-Art Frechette Sports Editor ..... .... B ill Harris-Jules Newman News Editor .... ..... T om Irvine-Allison Broatch Associate Editor... .... Art Frechette-Fred Copeman Feature Editor .............. Allison Broatch-Al Rottman Copy Editor ............ Betty Lou Geenty-Carl Moeller Assistant Sports Editor .......... Satt Oishi-John Sullivan Staff Nlembers ........ Nlurphy, Frank, Griswold, Treslce, lVIurphy, Skelly, Allard, Gerson, lVIaerki, Sodarsky, Cochrane, Heit, Brandt, Press. BUSINESS STAFF Business llflanager ....,....... Jane Schmittgall-Jane Fox - ' ' Assistant Business Rdanager ........ -lane Fox-Walt Knox il .. 4.1 '. ,. 'F lr , , 5, , Q- ,X 'w7" ff.. ' A ,H Advertising Nlanager .......... lValt Knox-Norman Pratt i ..' kT ' W Oflice llflanager ....................... .Jean Bogardus K , 4 T 'jl National Circulation llflanagers ...... Robert Wilowslci and .A H ' Audrey Anderson V wi Local Circulation lldanagers ..... YValt Reel: and Ann Reed Assistant Advertising hflanager .... . . . .Ruth Chamberlain 'L-as-f I Business Assistants ...... Anderson, Bourgue, Bush, Davis, 35+ DeStafano, Donovan, Gregory, Hoxie, Maicki, Nlernstein, Sage, lVilliams, VVilowski. The "Campus" is a semi-weekly paper. Its circulation in- cludes the University at Storrs, the branches at Fort Trumbull, VVaterbury, Hartford and New Haven. 153 LAUREL President ........... . . .Janice lVIurphy Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... L aura NlcHale Historian .......... .... M argaret Crowley Publicity ..... . . . .Dorothy Harless The Laurels is an honorary group of senior women who are chosen for their scholarship, leader- ship, personality, and participation in extra-curric- ular activities. New Laurel's are tapped at the Junior Prom in their junior year. Promotion of the Welfare of the students to the University are the main aims of the Laurels. Event- ually the Laurels will become affiliated with the National lVIortar Board. During the past year the Laurels have ushered at Convocation, organized and guided the Junior Counseling Program, promoted the Welfare of commuting students, arranged trips to the Concert Series at the Bushnell lVIemorial in Hartford, co- operated With the National Student Association and the VVorld Student Service Drive, and endeavored to create better faculty-student relations. lVIargaret Crowley, Ethel Fabricant, Dorothy Harless, Laura NlcHale, Janet Merliss, Janice Nlurphy. GAMMA CHI EP ILO President ...... .... E dith Andisio Vice-President ...... . . .Bdartin Fierberg Secretary-treasurer. . . . . . lVIargaret Wilson This honorary fraternity was established by Presi- dent Beach in 1919. It has as its object the recog- nition and promotion of high scholastic standing, participation in University activities and the encouragement of good citizenship. Its members are chosen by the unanimous approval of its present members on the basis of quality point ratio and extra-curricular activity. Meinbersz Ann Duffy, Dorothy Harless, Lois Hilding, Janet Merliss, Jan lVIurphy, Dorothy OlBrien, Isabel Piedade, Margaret Ware, Stephen Appelbaum, Carolyn lVIarczyk, Maholin, Laura lVIcHale, Virginia Roger, Michziel Yedziniak. DRUID The purpose of the Druids is to promote Student activities and maintain the standards of the Uni- versity. They believe that by remaining anonymous throughout the year, they are able to accomplish their tasks much more readily. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Delta Sigma chapter of Alpha Phi Omega Na- tional Service Fraternity was founded on this campus in january, 1947 by a group who saw the need for such an organization since that time this group has supported any worthy cause that aids the University, the community, or the nation. One of the first tasks undertaken was the sup- port of the VVar Orphan, adopted by the Student Senate. Another, every semester a work party is sent to the church cabin to make repairs and to clean up the grounds. Last semester the grounds were cleared of trees in preparation for the con- struction of a baseball field which will be completed this spring. HO' WHO IVho's VVh0 in American Colleges and Universi- ties is an annual publication of national circulation containing the names of the outstanding seniors from colleges and universities throughout the COLmt1'y. These seniors are selected from a list submitted by the Student Senate and the Division of Student Personnel. The purpose of this publica- tion is to present to the men and Women of the business world and others the best of the crop of graduating seniors. PA HELLE IC COUNCIL President ....... .... E thel Fabricant Vice-President ....... ..... I ean Yanello Recording Secretary ...... .... I ane Comstock Corresponding Secretary .... . . .Audrey Lindner Treasurer ,............ .... H elen Gueble The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the eight sororities on campus and is composed of tivo representatives from each group. It's main function is to formulate all regulations and policies concerning these Greek letter organizations. Biembersz Helen Gueble, Jean Ablondi, Constance Kehler, Harriet Smith, Ruth Linkletter, Carol Longley, Harriet Goldberg, Doris Blume, Jean Yanello, Sally lVIiller, Jane Comstock, Pricilla Perkins, Audrey Lindner, Theresa Boschetti, lVIildred Krivonos, Ethel Fabricant. EDIATOR President .......... ....... R obert D. Rippe Secretary-Treasurer ........ Robert Sandall, Jr. The hlediator is the fraternity governing body on campus. lts membership is composed of two representatives from each fraternity and is con- cerned with preventions of inter-fraternity friction and the administration of the rushing program. It also plays an important part in making the Greek Letter Dance one of the major social functions of the year. hiembers: Robert Franklin, lfvilliam Bower, Robert Rippe, Norman Pratt, Allan Granoff, Rob- ert Zimmerman, llflorris Trachten, Irwin Haus- man, Donald Smith, James Gilbert, lfVilliam Cor- nish, Robert Sandall, Ellicott NIcConnell, Howard Biechele, Francis Earle, Dan Wzrdsvsfortli, Ray Lee, -lack Farina, Arthur Carlson, Robert Durand, Nlilton Krantz, Edward Gipstein, Richard Walker, Allan Beaudoin. I DEPE DE T TUDE 'S QRGANIZATIG Chairman .................... Fred Whitehouse Vice-Chairman .... ........ B en Zeldes Secretary .............. . . .Jeannette Allard Corresponding Secretary. .. ...... Iris Abrams Treasurer ....................... Joseph Braun Purposes to increase independent social activities and to serve as a nucleus for any proposed activities. To oppose Greek Letter coalitions and to stimu- late these activities as much as possible within I. S. O. and through the Administration. YMPO IUM President. . ......... ........... M alvina Ioles Secretary-Treasurer .... .... E illeen Lynch Program Chairman .............. Laura lllcl-lale Symposium is composed of students interested in the discussion of philosophical topics and works. The club also participates in the intercollegiate meetings together with the clubs at Fort Trumbull, Wfvesleyan, and Connecticut College for YVomen. lllleetings are held at each college with a representa- tive from each school reading a paper on the selected topic. Nlembersz Henriette Rakowski, Rose lVIary Abbott, lVIorton Engleman, Doris Oberstein, Paul Savage, Sandra Abramowitz. Norma Cantino, Evelyn Zigun, Archie lVIcDonald, llflarjorie Slater, Nlace Cohen, Anne Coleman, -lobn Brady. EDUCATIO President ....... .... B arbara Hoffman Vice President ....,.. .... N Iary lVIacKenzie Secretary-Treasurcr ............ Dorothy O'Brien The aim of the club is to develop a professional attitude and professional competence on the part of prospective teachers. The club has as speakers members of the faculty and other people in the teach- ing profession. lt has taken several trips to New London, Long Lane Farm and others. BIOLGGY CLUB President ...... ...... C arl Brant Vice-President. . . .... George Vitelli Secretary ..... ..... R aymond Lee Treasurer ..,........ ..... W Valter Rajevski Faculty Co-Advisors .... .... D r. S. Rankin Jr. Dr. S. E. Wedberg The purpose of the Biology Club is to promote student interest in the respective fields of Biology through original research on an under-graduate level, participation in the Annual Connecticut Valley Student Science Conference, organized field trips, distinguished guest speakers, and trips to biological stations and laboratories. I TER ATICD AL RELATIONS President ...... .... L ouis Gerson Vice-President. . . .... Hal Adams Treasurer ....., ..... B ob Franklin Secretary .................... Betty Lou Geenty Secretary of New England IRC ...... Shirley Peck Investigation of special topics in the fields of history, government, and international relations is encouraged through forums, intercollegiate confer- ences, radio discussions, and faculty lectures. Con- tributions to the university newspaper are prepared to stimulate student interest in international affairs. HOME ECO MICS President ...... .... M argaret Crowley Vice President ....... ....... L ucy Vernik Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... M arion Scofield The Home Economics Club endeavors to acquaint the students of Home Economics with the field of Home Economics in general and with the opportunities for service in specific fields upon graduation. The club features guest speakers includ- ing former members who are now in the business world. The program is annually highlighted by sponsoring the Christmas Seals sold on the campus and the Ellen H. Richards banquet. ART ORK HOP President .... . . . .... Diary Sweeney The Art YVork Shop encourages participation in various kinds of art Work and shares in the social and cultural life on campus. New art techniques and methods are exchanged for the benefit of the members. AM President ...... .... D onald Smith Vice President .... .... E dward Jessop Secretary ...... .... I Tlorette Graff Treasurer ....... ...... X Villiam Taylor Faculty Adviser ..... ....... L awrence L. Parrish This organization exists for the purpose of pro- moting Scientific study of management principles and their application to today's industries. By means of guest speakers field trips, and panel meetings, it attempts to promote a better understanding of the current problems. MATHEMATICS CL B President ......... . . .Ann G. Duffy Vice President ...... . . .Eleanor Bird Secretary-Treasurer ..... .... B Ctty Weber The Riathematics Club meets once a month for the purpose of discussing interesting topics in mathematics that are not encountered in regular course Work. Student reports and topics, talks by members of the Rlath. Department, and guest speakers-that's the way we spend our time. Ann Duffy, Betty Weber, Eleanor Bird, Helen lVIurphy, James Avampato, Alex Berman, Henry Bersing, Philip Black, Doris Bloss, Leo Desjardins, Adele Ewanowski, Ben Fonorow, Raymond Gourd, Rd. Hettinger, Miriam Nilsen, Nathan O'Neil, Edith Pall, Don Palzere, Bill Ruhmann, Irene Sarkision, VVilliam Smith, Luke Zaccaro. RUSSIA CL B President ...... .......... B en Frank Vice-President .. .... Nlichael Nlolochko Secretary .... . . .Nladeleine Frank Treasurer .... ..... .... If V alter Johnson The Russian Club is something different in the way of clubs. It holds its regular meetings to con- verse in Russian, become acquainted with Russian food and to learn a little of cultural Russia. llflembersz VValter Johnson, IVI. W. Le Buis, Gil- bert Leveve, Carolyn Nlarczyk, Nlichael Dlolochko, Nladeleine Frank, Harry Pryplesh, Ben Frank, Vera Sutcovey, John Bogaczyk, Don Timmons, Emile Boncer. ITALIAN CLUB President. . . ..... Donald Palzere Secretary. . . .... Naomi Carocari Treasurer .... ..... . . . .... Frank Gentile The purpose of the Italian Club is to acquaint students with Italian culture and the language. This is facilitated by Italian conversation, movies, and guest speakers. This is the club's initiatory year on the campus. HITE CAP President ...... .... P auline Fahey Vice-President. . . . . .Rita ll'IcKenney Treasurer .... . . .Carolyn Glass Secretary. . . . . . . . ..... Nlary Gwudz VVhite Caps offers a chance for the members of the School of Nursing to meet informally and for educational purposes, such as speakers. The "Yukon Capn is put monthly in newspaper form to keep everyone up to date on the news of her classes and the previous classes who are now Working in hospitals. These future nurses become better as- quainted with each other through their meetings and will be better equipped to work as a group, as Well as individually, when they leave campus for their two-year course of hospital training. lVIembers: All members of the School of Nursing of the University, and any one who is interested in nursing is invited to attend meetings. PANISH CLUB The activities of the Spanish Club include learn- ing songs and acquiring a general knowledge of the culture of Spain and South America through the presentation of plays and speakers. THEATRE OE THE AIR Director ........., . . .Hurley Boazman Assistant Directors. . . .... Jacqueline Brody Fred VVhitehouse Business Nlanagers .... ...... an lVIiles Helen Berkman The Husky Theater Group presents bi-monthly half hour dramatic shows. All of the work of the group is done by students. The plays are chosen and cast by the members. Student directors, engineers, and 'sound effects personnel do their work without interference. Nlembersz Helen Berkman, Hurley Boazman, Jackie Brody, Pat Cangiano, Jeffrey Clapp, Louis Fibiani, Harry Hammer, Sonia Heit, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Sally Fainchill, Jan Miles, Dave Resnil-1, Emmons Sault, Elizabeth Stuart, John Stubenhaus, Fred XVhitehouse. I-IUSKY ET ORK Station Nlanagei' ........... .... b Tames Campbell Assistant Station lflanager .... ...... T homas Irvine Program Coordinator ...... ...Robert Fitzgerald Business Nlanager .... . . .Andy Arcelaschi Chief Engineer ............ . . .Charles W7illard The Husky Network gives students an opportunity to learn various phases of radio in addition to providing an interesting broadcasting schedule for the entire' student b0dy's listening pleasure. The Network is on the air Rlonday through Friday from 4 Pllfl to 10 Phd. XVHUS, as a charter member of the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, is affiliated with more than 100 similar college radio stations throughout the country. 3 I 6 if ' P 1 ' '7E7"5fF5'f""fh'2!l 5 X Qi. X Z' , ' V", V "f 7 ' jlll?lI1LVI?7'.S'f Sanrlra Jbramo- wilz, Lee ,4ll1lPI'XOIl, Jacqueline Brody, Ron' Goorlzigian, Betty Hallock, Ezlitlz HFl'7'lIlIlIl 11, Claire Leader, Jllnfr! Newby, Eallllz Pall, Barbara ljlzilllfkv, R0b?7'l Plizlzprun, .flrnolzl Sing- er, Herbrrf Smitlzline, Douglas Buuuell, Frrznk llloore, Joseph Sposta, Carl Ncilxon, Eleanor Jlloorv, Hilda Kerr, 11411111101 Liebenmzl, Gloria Rixclzall, Betty 141111 Sfomlt, Ora Belle Holzlrirlge, lllariiin Isserlis, Prarl Clark, Plfilliam Blaine, Gloria Sfl1Ill107'Skj', lllariel SllIIlbUl'3'k,l', .DIl'l'lll Epslein, Daifizl Rl'.S'l1lL'kY, lllarilyn llifeek. UNIVER ITY PLAYERS l President ...... Vice President . Secretary ...... Treasurer ........ Faculty Director .... Jacqueline Brody .Edith Herrman .Rose Goorhigizin . . .Joseph Spostzi . .Robert E. WVill The University Players began their first full season since 1941-42 with a pent-house style performance of Philip Bz1rry's HOLIDAINY in Sprague Hall. lounge on November 6, 7, 8, 1947. The S. R. O. sign was needed for the last two nights, evidence of the enthusiasm with which both the Players' efforts and the unusual style of production were received. Two road engagements were also secured for the play, thus reviving the road tours which were a feature activity of the Players in the past. 162 i I PENCRAFT President. . . .... Laura hdcHale Secretary. . . . . .lVIaeve Nlclyeeli Editor ....,....... ..... E lben Bass Business hflanagerz ................. Alan Tobie The primary purpose of the club is publication ot P6'IICI'lIf1',. a literary magazine representing the best efforts of those students on campus who submit material to the contests. Nlembership of the club includes students who have, in addition to some ability in writing, sufficient time and interest to read and criticize work written by club members. Recently, an attempt has been made to print art work in cooperation with the Art Department. Prizes are offered for the best cover design, the best poetry, and prose. Literary efforts are judged by an impartial committee, and prizes are awarded on this basis. CAROLLER Scribe ........................ Jane Sehmittgall The Carollers are a group of selected men and women, under the direction of Dr. Robert W. Yingling, who are noted for their harmonious blending of voices in A Capella singing. Each year during the Christmas Holidays they perform for the radio public. They also sing at campus functions and numerous banquets and programs throughout the state. Ernestine Bourque, Lynn Schumacher, Cynthia Fried, Jane Schmittgall, Jean Terani, Rose Anne Abbott, Dorothy Harless, B-'Iaureen NIcGuinness, Julie Kreis, Edward Hollmen, Lou Dixon, lVilliam Benson, Fred Baker, Howard NIcGee, John fYingling. CHOHK President Edward Holhnan Secretary Adelle WVadhams MNA' Librarians .Justine Hoxie Geraldine Nlathers The University Choir is under the direction of Professor Robert YV. Yingling. The group sings at regular Sunday morning services and at special Services during the year, including the Christmas and Easter sea- sons. FOREZTRYCHIH President ...... . . .VVes Jones Vice-President. . . . . .Al Newby Secretary ..... ...... E d Turn Treasurer ........ . . .Fred Courtsal Faculty Advisors. . . .... hir. Baskett Mr. 'W'yman The Forestry Club is composed of students who are interested in forestry and wildlife management. Meetiiigs, which are held bimonthly, feature promi- nent speakers who are specialists in various fields of forestry and wildlife. Forestry movies are shown frequently, followed by refreshments. Each year they hold at least one "lumberjack" barbecue. 4llCLUB President ....... ......... A lbert Gray Vice President .... .... B largaret Crowley Secretary ........ ..,..... L ora Sperry Treasurer ...................... Charles Karan Problems of work and recreational of rural youth command most of the attention of the 4-H'ers. Each year they send delegates to state and nation-wide youth council conventions and entertain representa- tives of Connecticut High Schools at the annual -l-H week-end. TT CLCLUB President. . . .... Charles Katan Vice-Pres.. . . . . .Andrew Spodnik Secretary .... . . .Nlary O'Connell Treasurer .......... ..... Q Iohn Ensor Executive Committee: Ann Reed, Chet Cole, Harold lVeigold Faculty Adviser: Douglas F ay Opening new interests in the surrounding rolling hills, the Outing Club has built University spirit and health as well as good will throughout the community. Nlembersz Burton, Cahill, Charles Cole, Chester Cole, Ensor, Fay, Gallup, Ginter, Hatch, Hotch- kiss, Humphrey, Katan, Kimball, Loughlin, lVIal- l-zin, Nliller, Nlinson, Nludry, O'C0nnell, Olsen, Palmer, Reed, Rhodes, Claire Rittman, Virginia Rittman, Russell, Ryan, Schorr, Sperry, Spodnik, Urvinitka, lVeigold. BA KIVA President ...... . . .lVilliam Stephens Vice President... ..... John Cargos Treasurer ..................... Edward Rollins The Bankiva Club was organized to create a common meeting group and discussion group for all students interested in poultry husbandry. The members discuss topics of current interest in the poultry world and sponsor programs of speakers and moving pictures. The club also assists in the Vo-Ag Day at the University of Connecticut. The Bankiva Club is associated with the National Collegiate Poultry Club. Bottomley, Burr, Cargos, llletcalfe, llohr, Pritchard, Rollins, Sagan, Spillane, Stephens, Thompson, N-Vheldon. Faculty advisors: E. P. Singsen, F. A. Ryan. AGRICULTURE CLUB President ...... .... Q lim Clifford Vice-President . . . .... Charles Karan Secretary ..... ....... A lhert Fucini Treasurer .................. Edward Bottomley The Agriculture Club is an organization to help promote interest in subjects of an Agricultural nature. YVell known on campus for its various activities, the Club sponsored the Annual Harvest Ball, a high spot of the fall season. Nlemhersz Bird, Bonham, Jobson, Nyquist, Ensor, Rossern, Vasilov, Rivolia, Larsen, Stevens, VVhel- don, Harris, Hunt, Tedford, Nlessenger, Baldwin, Crober, Clarke, Schofield, Carpenter, Phelps, De- marest, Cubeta, Anderson, Thompson, NIcCord, VVadhams, Anderson, Pierce, Nletcalfe, Sagan, Bahnsen, Klunsell, Spillane, Stewart, Elly, Pog- more, Hombaci. CI-IEER LEADER Doreen Hotkowslci Carol Reashaw Agnes Kusiak Robert Newmann Ellie Mae Borman Lois Clough NS VAR ITY President .,..... . . .Andrew Arcelaschi Vice President ...... ..,.. X Villiam Nloll Secretary-Treasurer ......... .... A Albert Yukna The NIen's Varsity Club is open to all male students who have won a varsity award in athletic sports. These men have spent much time and effort in bringing attention to the University as a whole for their part in athletics. BLUE A HITE AA President ...... ........ 5 lane Fox Vice-President ....... . , .Louise Tedford Recording Secretary ..... ...... C larine Pickett Corresponding Secretary ...... lVIarge Ousterhoudt The council sponsors all intramural sports for Women: archery, ping pong, basketball, softball, volleyball. swimming, and tennis. Field days in the various sports are organized with neighboring schools and colleges. Awards parties are held in the spring and fall, when letters and numerals are awarded to the girls for various sport participations, as well as to the winning intramural teams. lVIembers: Corrine Shermann, Elizabeth Hutchin- son, Jane Fox, Ann Crosby, Joyce Fellows, Louise Tedford, Betty lVIonahan, Clarine Pickett, Pearl Pollack, Agnes Kusiak, lVIarge Ousterhoudt, Ann Gildersleeve, Sue Quenk, Ruth Haines, Patricia Hubbel, Carol Renshaw, Virginia Clark, ,loan Rappaport, Peggy Vfare, Polly Storrs. President ..... . . .Rose Anne Abbott Vice-President .. ....... Wfarren Smith Secretary .... . .lVIargery Osterhoudt Treasurer .....,.. ...... P anl Goettlick Freshman at larger . . . .... Lorna Nlacdonald Collecting funds for the XVSSF drive . . . Sadie Hawkins Day Celebration . . . lVIarriage of Daisy Nlay and Little Abner . . . Cheering at Football games . . . Our Basketball boys and how proud we are of them . . . "Yea Tcamu any team . . . Encourage school spirit. llflembersz Raisse, Spooner, Holt, Stone, Gaffney, Noble, Rittman, Kimball, Rittman, O'Conncll, Lundo, Nlowrey, Bogardus, Osterhoudt, Abbott, Reed. Goettlick. Whelden, Fox. Sapienza, Smith, Nlolochico, Peterson, Petrus, Brown, lVIacdonald, Dubpernell, Dubpernell, Nutil, Zamecnik, Link- letter. MENS VAR ITY President. . . . .jean hflarie Bartoes Secretary. . ...... Agnes Kusiak Treasurer ......... . . .Jeanne Lawson Program Chairman. . . ..... Carol Renshaw Publicity Chairman... ...... Jacqueline Dudaclt The VVomen's Varsity Club is open to all women who have received two major awards in athletics. The members entertain visiting women's college teams, plan a high school field day, and present awards to those girls who have earned them. TRA UR L CO NCIL President. . . . .John F. Brennan Secretary. . . . . . . . . .Donald Hackett The Intramural council at the University of Connecticut is organized to promote inter-fraternity athletics based on clean competition and good sports- manship. The council sponsors all sports contests including such activities as ping pong and pool tournaments. The council is also responsible for setting up the rules to govern these contests and to arbitrate all protests or disputes arising out of the games played. The success of the council is proven by the vigorous and active interset taken in all inter-fraternity competition. lVlembers: Al Sohn, Al Rubin, Wfalt Alesevich, Bill Lattanzi, Donald Hackett, Robert Bergerson, Bob Voight, lVilliam Fogg, Bob French, Alfy Chernak, Art Frechette, Kenneth Tarbell, Cy Grady, jack cDlClll1llCll, Bob Shelton, Bob Kennedy, lfllie l"ishman, Maury 'l'rachtan. BADM O President. . . . .Anne Gildersleeve Secretary .......... ..Christine Poulsen Publicity Chairman ............... Qlean 'XVatlcins The members of the Badminton Club meet once a week to perfect their skill in badminton. The members compete Within the group by means of a ladder tournament and represent their respective dormitories and houses in intramural contests. The club participated in a sports playday with another college. A Badminton Exhibition was given by State and National Badminton Champions. ARCHERY President ...... ...... B etty Henry Vice President. . . . . .Natalie Plastridge Secretary ..... . . .Dorothy Lundhlad Treasurer. . . . . .Ruth Linkletter hiembership. . . ..... ..... L undo I'Vu The University of Connecticut Archers stand high in the ranks of state and national archers. They take an active part in intramural, state and national tournaments. Through demonstrations and archery clinics, they seek not only to perfect their own technique, but to interest others in this sport. Basel, Bless, Boysen, Buzzo, Carrubba, Coughlin, Donovan, Fahey, Gillete, Hassett, Heigelmann, Henry, Hibson, Hill, Kaull, Koehler, Lavigne, Lawson, Linkletter, Lundblad, hfiahlstedt, Plast- ridge, Podgwaite, Randall, Riker, Ross, Ryan, Sceggal, Sciarini, Strom, Tagliamni, Terry, Thom- sen, Van IVinkle, VVhite, YVilliams, IVu, Zaezynski. K I C L U B President ....... . . ..,. . . .john YVoodruff The Ski Club was founded when a group of Ski enthusiasts hound together in order to perfect their skiing technique hy lessons and actual practice. The club takes several trips into Northern New England to test their talents on the ski trails. I TERFAITI-I C0 NCIL President. . . .... . . .Jane Spencer Secretary. . . . . .Theresa Gallagher Treasurer ..... ...... N Ialvina foles The Council, composed of representatives of the three religious organizations on Campus, promotes co-operation, fellowship, and understanding among members of the three faiths. It sponsors Interfaith Suppers with speakers on pertinent topics. Nlembersz Elain Ives, Gwen Pettijean, James Clifford, Kenneth Johnson, Pauline Fahey, Joseph Lopes, Thomas Nlulconry, Robert Fitzgerald, William Israel, Henrietta Licht, Charles Fein, Curton Levy. CHRI TIAN SSOCIATIO Cochairmen ...... Kenneth Johnson, -lane Spencer Secretary. . ...... . . . . . . . .Janet Hodgson Treasurer ....... ........ , ..... . .John Parker The University of Christian Association is a fellowship of students seeking to foster spiritual, intellectual, and social development. lt sponsored "Religion in Life" week , and a marriage seminar. Its members plan and present Vesper services every VVedncsday evening, and Sunday evening Open Houses with guest speakers. They serve coffee to commuters, and have discussions and study groups, particularly in the four commission fields, Christian Faith, Community Responsibility, NVorld Related- ness, and Personal Life and Relations. HILLEL President ....................... W'illiam lsrael Vice-President in charge of Cultural Aiiairs Burton Levy Vice-President in charge of Religious Affairs: Minzi Rosenfeld Vice-President in charge of Social Affairs: Iris Abrams Recording Secretary .... . . .hlalvina Joles Corresponding Secretary . ...Blanche Polayes Treasurer. ................... Sidney Goldstein The purpose of this organization is to foster a program of religious, social, and cultural activities among the Jewish students on the campus, and in cooperation with other University religious organiza- tions, to promote fellowship and understanding among the members of all faiths. N MAN CLU President ..... ....,..... R obert D. Fitzgerald Vice-Presidents .... Harry Gaucher, Eileen Slielley Secretary ...... .................. S ue Prevot Treasurer ..... . . . ......... Joe Lopes Social Chairman ............. Jacqueline Dudaclc The Newman Club is a Catholic club organized in order to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of religious, intellectual, and social activi- ties, to weld the Catholic students into a common union, and to assist the University and its students Whenever possible. There are over five hundred members at the University. ELECTRICAL GI EERS The student chapter or branch introduces the prospective electrical engineers to the various fields included in electrical engineering. During the year they attended national and regional conventions of the A. I. E. E. R O U D TA B L E President .... ............ l lobert D. Fitzgerald Secretary ..................... Sanford Kravitz Advisors. .Dr. George C. hlcReynolds, Dr. Philipe Taylor. The Round Table is an independent group of prominent students which meet to discuss events of campus and world importance. It is one of the most Widely recognized and respected groups on campus. Membe1's: H. Adams, M. Fierberg, R. Franklin, L. Gerson, H. Gross, P. Hill, P. Homer, P. King, R. lVIorrisey, T. O'Neil. DEB TING The Henry K. Denlinger Debating Society participates in intercollegiate debates. Miembership is open to all who are interested in debating and each member is eligible for the Phi Kappa Delta national honorary forensic fraternity after partici- pating in three debates. CIVIL E GI EER I President ...... . . .Satoshi Oishi Vice-President .... .... P aul Conrad Secretary ..... . . .Louis Scheyd Treasurer. . . . . .Nate NVhite Student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers are established to afford the beginn- ings of professional associations. Experience in preparing, presenting, and discussing papers, com- paring impressions of engineering problems, making appraisals of men from their writings, and forming judgements as to the practical aspects of projects thus described contribute to mental development, while the business of conducting chapter activities, holding office, securing outside speakers, visiting works under construction, making reports to the national society, and reading the publications of the society afford those initial contacts with the pro- fession that should be carried on simultaneously with studies in the classroom. The student chapter supplements the work of regular class instruction, and it is the only agency that can bring these values first-hand to the student. AME Chairman ..... ...Carlton P. Perrin Vice Chairman. . . . . . Harry E. Card Secretary ..... ...... S idney Felix Treasurer .................... John T. Kearney Facility Honorary Chairman .... Erich R. Stephen The Student Branch of the A. S. bl. E. has its largest membership this year. Technical information in the form of movies and speakers are presented to the members at the meetings of the Branch. Twice a year the ASNIE presents a practicing mechanical engineer who addresses the Engineers Club. The ASIVIE conducts field trips to Connecticut factories where the students get first hand information as to factory methods. The main social affairs consist of two banquets a year for members, faculty and guests. The first joint meeting of the New London Section A. S. IVI. E. which consists of practicing engineers, The Student Branch and the Engineers Club was held here. Better than two hundred engineers and engineering students attended this meeting. GI EERS CLUB President ..................... Ivilliam Fannon Vice-Presidents .... Paul Conrad, Richard Handy, Satt Oishi, Carlton Perrin Secretary ........................ Conrad Olie To present to all Engineering students, speakers, movies, slides, and illustrated lectures by men prominent in various Engineering Helds is the main purpose of the Engineering Club. The outstanding speaker this year was Commodore A. I. lVIcKee, U. S. N. retired, who gave an illustrated lecture on the salvaging operations of the Squalus. The lecture was preceeded by a dinner at the Beanery and a tour of the Engineering building followed, with various experiments being demonstrated. RHG LAMBDA CHI President ...... . . .Charles L. Northrop Vice President. . . . . .Robert R. IfVellock Secretary ..... .. .Allan H. Pearson Treasurer ..... .... .... I . hflartin Fierberg Rho Lambda Chi is the Honorary Electrical Engineering Society at the University. lt selects its members from the Electrical Engineering stu- dents in recognition of their scholastic achievements and character. Its purpose is to promote scholar- ship and interest in Electrical Engineering, through student papers and discussions of current engineering problems. ETA EP ILC ETA President ..... ..... E dna Sokamato Vice President ..... . . .h'Iargaret Crowley Recording Secretary ...... . . .lVIarian hiareschak Corresponding Secretary. .. .... Isabel Piedade Treasurer ............ .... i Ioyce Hubbel Eta Epsilon Eta is an honorary Home Economics Society composed of Home Economics majors who are selected in their junior and senior years by the active group in recognition of their scholarship and potential leadership ability. ALPHA TAU PHI President ...... . . .serahno hi. Decorso Vice-President. .. ,... Charles A. Clark -Ir. Secretary ..... ...... J ohn Opalenick Treasurer. . . . . ..... George D. Tibbitts Alpha Tau Phi is the honorary engineering fra- ternity on campus. Choosing its members on the basis of character and scholarship, it has as its object the furtherance of engineering interests and promotion of scholarship. It sponsors the "Conn- ecticut Engineering lVIonthly" and an annual speaking contest at which student papers are pre- sented. This year a petition to join Tau Beta Pi, a national honorary engineering fraternity, was drawn up and submitted to Tau Beta Pi for approval. AV C Chairman ...... ..... . loseph Braun Vice Chairman ..... ...Norton M. Ross Executive Secretary. . . . . .Louisa Greenwald 'llreasurer ........ . . .Sidney D. Goldberg "Citizens iirstg Veterans secondn The American Veterans Committee Chapter at the University of Connecticut was organized in 1946 and is composed of 150 veterans of lfVorld lVar ll. AVC-ers, a group of American men and women of all races, creeds, and colors, are working together in order to produce an active citizenship which will constantly strive to achieve freedom from war and want. To achieve this end, we are directing our political efforts towards full employment under a system of free enterprise, Nlaintenance of the tra- ditional American freedoms of the Bill of Rights. and world unification through the United Nations. AVIATIO CLUB The Yukon Aviation Club is composed of stu- dents interested in llying and in the development of aviation on this campus. Nlembers may take ad- vantage of llying at reduced rates which have been obtained by the club. Instruction is given by mem- lters in all pertinent subjects related to aeronautics. The organization also serves as a social group for those interested in flying activities. During the year breakfast llights and other trips highlight the activities. ROTC OFFICER After a period of inactivity during lVorld VVar ll, the Officers, Club, R. O. T. C., of the Univer- sity of Connecticut has been reactivated. lt is the purpose of the Officers' Club to promote good fel- lowship among its members, provide a social outlet, promote qualities of leadership and esprit de corps, and to convey pertinent information concerning aspects of military and national policy, to its mem- bers and others. All members of the Advanced Course, R. G. T. C., are eligible for membership. Alumni members who have satisfactorily completed the Advanced Course, R.O.T.C., at the University of Connecticut, and all ollicers and enlisted person- nel of the staff of the Division of Bflilitary Science and Tactics are likewise eligible. Honorary mem- berships may be extended to those persons who have shown special interest in the club or in military science. l It is the usual procedure at each regular meeting of the club to have an address, hlm, demonstration or discussion on some military or allied subject. Rdeetings are held on the last Thursday of the month. Each year the Officers' Club directs the arrangements for the Annual Miilitary Ball. J. f gw' , Q av 7 :iQ ' 'fi n w r r x Q F--.-L... -+L' A IQ: Richard Arnold Betty Basel Lziurgi Collins Janet Cochrane Lois Davis Alvin Evans Anita Fay David Hahn Barbara Hallihzin Nancy Headley K 61 r Suzanne Prevot Barbara VVHFC1 Editor-in-Chief Busincxs MH7lHgHl' SUZANNE PREVOT BARBARA WARD H.4RRIET SM1TH THE STAFF JOAN LUDDY ...... D. CARL BRANDT .... CAROLYN RENSHAXN' . . JULES NEXVNIAN JAMES HURD . .. . Patricia Hubbell Elizabeth Hurd Florence Janvrin Robert Johnson Joel Kalafa Iris Kimble Preston King Margaret Lynch Emily Nlatyi Katherine Pellegrino 176 THE . . ..E1lifor-in-Clzief . .B11.vinc'xs fllfluager . . .flxsociate Editor ........Co-ed Editor .IJIIOYO-01'!IfJllj-' Editor CiI'l,'1llIlfi0Il ATIIIIIIQB7' .. . . . .Sjmrls Editor . . . .Pzzblirily lizlitor Patricia Roberts Nan Robertson June Sher Nlury Ann Spodnik Paul Treske Betty Ann VHl1K'lCl'ACliCCl' Harriet Velms Jean XVatlcins Sidney Werliiier Jeff YVhite A Letter .J Lelirr to the Rertderri Very seldom does an author apologize for his book before it is even published, but we, the 1948 NUTMEG Staff, feel that some expression of regret is. due our class- mates. By offering this apology we are not attempting to ward off or soften whatever just or sound criticism there may be as to the caliber of our work. VVe do feel, how- ever, that in airness to ourselves, to the Campus Publish- ing Company and to the Student Senate some explanation is in order. The 1948 NUTMEG is long overdue, and when it is received it will undoubtedly contain many things which will not meet with your approval. Some of these errors were beyond our correction. There is no unity of poses among the Junior pictures, some of them are blurred or rough finished, a great many are not the prints re- quested and only faintly resemble the students they are supposed to portray. The group pictures of the organiza- tions on Campus are in little better condition. Realizing these shortcomings we returned them to the yearbook photographer countless times with notations of desired changes. In these exchanges many pictures were never returned to us causing a further delay inthe publication UT EG date. Only under threat of a lawsuit was any coopera- tion from the Gehring Studio obtained. In the final analysis We were forced to either accept the pictures with Whatever retouching possible, or publish a yearbook with- out photographs. Feeling the students would prefer a We chose the former alternative. editor in the midst of compiling this handicap but we have attempted to book with pictures, The loss of our book was a severe carry out as many of the original plans as Were known to us. At this time appreciation to the spent many hours attempting to obtain the cooperation of the photographer and the ultimate publication of this NUTBIEG. YVe would also like to extend a word of thanks we would like to express our sincere members of the Student Senate who to the Campus Publishing Company for their continued assistance and support over a two year period. In justice to them, we would like to state that any poor repro- ductions which may appear on these pages is not due to faulty engraving but rather to the quality of material from which the engravings were made. 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