University of Connecticut - Nutmeg Yearbook (Storrs, CT)
- Class of 1950
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The Governor 'ralking +o a group of Universify srudenls.
Governor Bowles has proved to be a good
friend of the University of Connecticut. He
has always supported the idea of expanding
the University. lfVith this support, and that
of the legislature. the building program has
become a reality.
The class ol? l95l extend their thanks
to the Governor for his support of the
Pre ident Albert ,Iv Jurgen e
Dr. Jorgensen took the challenge of Connecticut State College and
inade the college a University . . . high scholastically. outstanding in
building expansion. and excellent in student relations with faculty and
NVQ? pay tribute to Albert Nels Jorgensen, President of the University
of Connecticut, and express our thanks.
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A wise man said that friendship is eternal. a constant flame in the
lamp of time. The l950 lYUTMEG is dedicated to Miss Dorothy Culp
. . the students' friend.
Miss Culp taught at the University of Connecticut eight years. and
during this time she revealed her sincere interest in the students and
their problems. Wforking with them in the classroom. as advisor to the
Student Senate and the Laurels. and as a member of the Faculty
Senate. she was well aware of the students' needs. Her work in these
organizations bears witness to the fact that she believed in the stu-
dents as individuals . . . not mere entities . . . and for this the students
Her life on this campus was one of complete selflessness. She pre-
ferred to remain in the background and not seek praise. Her infectious
smile and ready wit coupled with complete understanding and keen
insight gained her a place high in the hearts of all who knew her.
YVith fondest memories and warmest affection the Junior Class
dedicates this volume to Miss Dorothy Culp . . . whose friendship will
be eternal .
Edward G. Ilyha
ABBOTT, SAMUEL, JR.: ACCOUNTING: Bridgeport.
ABELSON, DIANA: ARTS AND SCIENCES: New Haven.
ABELSON, MYRON: PHARMACY.
ABORN, DALE H.: CHEMISTRY: Ellington: Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon: Phone calls . . . king of decorations . . .
awe come on: Alpha Phi Omega, C Club, Nutmeg,
Senate, Varsity Soccer.
ABROMATIS, JOHN PETER: MECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Bronxville, N. Y.: Alpha Sigma Phi: Straight-
arrow: Fourth for pinochle, anybody? . . . Yes, but as
Einstein pointed out: Math, Newman, ASME.
ACUNZO, JOSEPH J.: PSYCHOLOGY: New Haven:
Sigma Chi: Joe: Trumbull's Harbor Lookout . . .
ships and the sea for me: Newman.
ADOMI, ROBERT: PSYCHOLOGY: lVest Haven.
ADUSKEVICZ, WILLIAM: GEOI,OGH', Southington.
AHEARN, EDWARD JOSEPH: MARKETING:
Waterbury: Sigma Chi: Ned: Newman, A.M.A., YVater-
bury Baseball, Intramurals.
AKER, BARBARA J.: FOODS AND NUTRITION: Fairfield:
Delta Zeta: "Bobbin: Respectively submitted . . .
Digger O'Dell . . . the skip . . . straight faced story
teller . . . : Players.
ALDERMAN, PHILIP WOLFE: ENGLISH: New
Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Phil: Bach, Baudelaire, and
Bourbon . . . Quazimoto . . . The mark of the man is
nil . . . a genial dilettante: Hillel, Hillel Husky,
Campus, Husky, UCB, Band Touchstone.
ALDRICH, THEODORE BROWN: SOCIOLOGY:
Norwich: Ted: No good will come of this scheme:
Trumbull Band: Intramural football, basketball,
ALMOND, ROBERT JORDAN: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Stamford: Lamda Chi Alpha: Bob: How
about that! . . . "Bubbles", beer and Delta Zeta . . .
TR-Chess, Math. Intramural Basketball, Volleyball,
Football, Radio. .
ALTSCHULER, EDITH LIBBY: NURSING: Winsted:
"Edie": "Still waters run deep" . . . Miss Library . . .
fresh air fiend: Hillel, Hillel Choir, I.S.O., I.Z.F.A.,
AMATRUDA, FRANCIS ANTHONY: ACCOUNT-
AMBULOS, GEORGE P.: MARKETING: Manchester.
AMPHLETT, JAMES: BACTERIOLOGY: Canaan.
ANASTASION, LAZARUS: MARKETING: Branford.
ANDERSON, ADOLF, JR., ECONOMICS, Wallingford.
ANDERSON, HAROLD WILBER, PSYCHOLOGY,
Hartford, Accurate Andy, Perfectionist personihedg
ANDERSEN, MARY FRANCES: HOMIE ECONOMICS
EDUCATION, Brooklyn, Delta Zeta, "Dink", Letter from
New York . . . Hoch, Dixie, Dink, and Gwyn, Bad-
minton, Basketball, Campus, Education, Home Eco-
nomics, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Players, U.C.A., Var-
ANDERSON, ROBERT K., INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT,
East Hartford: Phi Sigma Kappa, Bob, Let's have
spaghetti . . . You get the pot . . . I'm sIIowed.
ANDERSON, RODNEY E., INDUSTRIAL NIANAGEMENT1
Hamden, Alpha Gammo Rho, Gaylord, Balding but
happy . . . member of the white shoe Set, SAM, Swim-
ming manager, Intramurals.
ANDERSON, ROGER E., MECHANICAL ENGINEER-
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY MAE, SOCIOLOGY, Bolton,
Kappa Alpha Theta: "Andie", Can't think of a thing
to say . . . Twinkling eyes and a smile to match . . .
XVitty, versatile, talkative, junior Counselor, Nutmeg,
ANDERSON, WILLIAM CLARENCE, P.E., Bolton:
Alpha Gamma Rho, Boy athlete . . . I'd go out with
her, but she's just a kid . . . , Swimming, Varsity Club,
ANDREINI, JOSEPH EDWARD, BIECHANICAL
ENGINEERING, Ansonia, Si, Newman, ASME.
ANDREWS, RUSSELL EVERETT: INDUSTRY, Rock-
ville, Russ, "Basis of his character is good, sound,
ANTONIK, ROSE, SOCIOLOGY, Bridgeport, conscien-
tious, nonconventional, Beethoven, German, junior
Counselor, Newman, Sociology.
APPELLOF, ERNEST CARL: INDUSTRIAL MAN-
AGEMENT, Middletown, "Ernie", Campus personality
plus . . . Likeable, accommodating, full of ah, fun:
Basketball, TR-Softball, Newman, SAM.
ARMOUR, WVILLIAM MCLEAN, BUSINESS ADMINI-
ARONSON, ARNOLD XVILLIAM, GOVERNMENT,
Hartford, Spud, Ofhcer's Club, Glee Club.
AUGUSTAUSKAS, EDWARD LOUIS, MECHAN-
ICAL ENGINEERING, Waterbury, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau
AUGUSTYN, ARTHUR R., ACCOUNTING, Stamford.
BACHOFEN, ALBERT HERMAN, ARTS AND
BAILEY, IVALLACE EDWARD: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING, New Haven, Wally, The Engineer is funda-
mentally a lazy man, AIEE, Math, Newman, Arnold
Society, TR. basketball.
BALDWIN, ROBERT C.: ENGLISH: Milford.
BALDWIN, SHERLON THEODORE: BUSINESS: Mil-
BALOGH. ROBERT LOUIS: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERINC: New Haven: Newman.
BANAS, PAUL ANTHONY: PRE-MED: Norwich:
"P.B.": Yarsity Basketball, Sports XVriter, WRUM,
BANKS, RAYMOND: FORESTRY: Simsbury: Phi
BANNAN, JOHN H.: BIARKETINGQ New Britain:
Jack: lVilly Stark . . . politically active . . . plans for
sales promotion: Trumbull Llubmurt Trof, Bowling,
Husky Harmoneers, Newman, I.S.O. Senate, Pres.
BANOVETZ, MATTHEIV ROBERT: PSYCHOLOGY:
Ely, Minnesota: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Matt: Heck of
a sportie .... A nybody see Zeleznikar?: Varsity Football,
BARALL. STANLEY MARTIN: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
BARNETTE. BOBBY LEE: CHEAIISTRY: Norwich:
"Bob": Now, Study hard! . . . Come on, Mowtz . . .
I just ain't in the mood . . . Virginia.
BARONE, JAMES ANGELO: NIARKETINGQ Niantic:
Jim: Pinochle in Club 210 . . . wants success in the
business world: Newman, Intramural Softball.
BARRILA, FRANCIS LAWRENCE: ELECTRICAL
ENCINTI-QRINC: Thompsonville: Sigma Chi: "Sonny":
Conscientious. but easy going . . . short pugilistic career
. . . instigator with a halo ..., Newman.
BARTHOLOMEYV, RICHARD R.: ELECTRICAL
BASCH, HAROLD IRWIN: BACTERIOLOCY: Hartford.
BASILL, JOHN NICHOLAS: INDUSTRIAL MANAIJE-
MENT: Bridgeport: "Bob": Is she fer-real . . . there
must be an easier way: S.A.M., Tr. Glee Club, Math-
BASSO, .ANTHONY JAMES: ENGINEERING: Tor-
BATELL. BARBARA: HISTORY: Durham: Mrs. Peter
BAXTER. NANCY ANN: FOODS AND NUTRITION:
Newtown: Delta Zeta: "Chic': politician, frank but
feminine . . . spirit plus: Canterbury, Community
Chest, Home Economics, Senate, Mock Legislature,
BAYLISS, LEONARD JOHN: AGRICULTURE: Hart-
BEARDSWORTH, JOHN JENNINGS, ACCOUNTING,
Bridgeport, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jack, Keeper of the
Books . . . Weekly trips to Bridgeport, C Club, Varsity
Basketball, JV Football, Intramural Volleyball, Swim-
BEATTY, IVILLIAM CARL, CIVIL ENGINEERING,
East Haven, Lambda Chi Alpha, Bill, ASCE, Engi-
BEAUREGARD, NORMAND JOHN, INSURANCE:
Manchester, Lambda Chi Alpha, Norm, Insurance,
Newman, Vr. Baseball, Carollers.
BECHARD, WILLIAM IRVING, MARKETING, Bristol,
Sigma Chi, Bill, More friends than money . . . quick
to see humor: AMA, Glee Club, Hartford Basketball,
BECK, JOHN GEORGE II, ENGLISI-I, New Haven,
Sigma Chi, "Boom-Boom", Hello, Beckie boy! . . .
Society, Spanish, French, Swimming, Track.
BECKWITH, BARBARA: ARTS AND TEXTILES,
Yantic, Pi Beta Phi, "Bobbie", Yviggily giggily . . .
mad seamstress . . . Norwich twang. Maine mail,
Choir, 4-H, Home Economics, Junior Counselor. Nut-
meg, Sophomore Class Historian, U.C.A., Phi Upsilon
Omicron, Gamma Chi Epsilon.
BECKYVITH, MILTON F., FORESTRY, Franklin, Milt,
Aviation, Forestry, Grange: 4-H.
BECKWITH, WILBUR, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING,
BEIT, HARVEY, MARKETING, Norwich, Phi Sigma
Delta, "Harv": Me, throw the bull? . . . It'S my con-
tention that . . . Penetrating eyes, Hillel, TR Eco-
nomic, TR Psychology, IRC, Intramural Baseball,
BELKIN, WILLIAM J., NIARKETINGQ Newington: Hon-
BENDETT, ROMAN J., CHEMISTRY, Mystic.
BENNETT, JOHN LEIGHTON, CIVIL ENGINEER-
BENTLEY, JOHN, ECONOMICS, New London.
BENTON, ROGER WILLIAM: FLORICULTUREQ Guil-
ford, Theta Xi, Rog, Good natured 19 . . . that laugh
will live forever, Horticulture, Choir, UGA.
BERDON, ROBERT IRWIN: ACCOUNTING, New
Haven, Phi Epsilon Pi, Bob, Cigar and a smile . . .
No job is too big . . . "My friends" . . . Cuff-links and
Roberts rules, Conn. Intercollegiate Mock Legislature,
HTFD-Dramatic, Student Senate, Husky, Hillel.
BERGANTINO, MICHAEL F., PHARMACY, Hamden,
Kappa Psi, Mike: witty, neat dresser, friendly personal-
ity, concsientious, A.PH.A., Student Council, Vice-
President, Glee Club, Bowling.
BERGEN, WILLIAM BERNARD, INDUSTRIAL lNlAN-
AGEMENTQ New Haven, Signia Chi, Bill, Accident prone
. . . Famous First Division, AMA, Newman, SAM.
BERGER, GRANT LEWIS, JR., INDUSTRIAL AD-
MINISTRATIONQ Stony Creek, S.A.M., A.M.A., XVaterbury
Basketball, Intramural Softball.
BERCGREN. DORIS AMELIA: CHILD DEVELOPMENT:
Collinsville: Pi Beta Phi: "Bergie": Svenske Flicka . . .
Miss Positive . . . just jesting: Archery, Basketball,
Choir, junior Counselor, Ntttmeg, Panhellenic, Speed-
BERGIN, EDWARD K.: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:
BERKMAN, HELEN: ENGLISH: Bridgeport: Phi
Sigma Sigma: Sparkling diamond, Sparkling charm . . .
Sophistication Supreme . . . june Bride: Campus, Dra-
matics, Hillel, Student Senate, WHUS.
BERMAN, LAWRENCE M.: PHARMACY: Stamford:
Alpha Zeta Omega: Larry: "Got a Match" . . . Hates
to waste time: A.PH.A.: Pharma-Conn: Yearbook: Cos-
metic: Chemistry, Vice-President.
BERRY, RUTH LOIS: HOME ECONOMICS: Meriden:
Phi Mu: Pixie prankster . . . Manhattans and memo-
ries . . . the phone booth's greatest wit . . . Home
Economics, Pan Hellenic, U.C.A.
BIAGIOTTI, ALDO PETER: ENGLISH-ECONOMICS:
Ridgefield: Al: Campus, Trumbull Tide.
BIDWELL, CALVIN O.: INSURANCE: Ifvindsor Locks:
BIELECKI, HENRY JOHN: INSURANCE: New Lon-
don: "Hank": Frustrated architect . . . likes arty
women . . . seeks inspiration: Insurance, Art 'Workshop
BIONDO, MAURO A.: CQOVERNMENTQ New Haven.
BIRD. ROBERT S.: HORTICLlLTUREQ Bristol.
BITEL, JOHN P.: MATHEMATICS: IVallingford.
BIZIEWSKI, EDWARD: BUSINESS: Norwich.
BLAIR, GEORGE A.: MARKETING: Hartford: Fill the
Steins for dear old Maine: Newman.
BLOCK, ALBION L.: MARKETING: Hartford: Tau
Epsilon Phi: "Al": "IVake me up at eight, but gently.
please" . . . There must be something else to do":
Hillel, TR Band.
BODNAR, NICHOLAS KOZACK: INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT: Hamden: Theta Xi: Nick: Clothes, Clair
and Correctness . . . Virtuoso of the harmonica . . .:
Alpha Phi Omega, Glee Club, WRUM, ISO.
BOETTGER, ROBERT WV.: WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT:
BOGAN, SYLVIA DIANE: ENGLISH: Hamden: Kappa
Alpha Theta: "Syl": Tim-ocracy . . . enthusiast extra-
ordinaire: "Begnalight" associate editor, WTBY Senate,
Cheerleaders, WSSF, Senate, "Campus" society editor,
1950 "Nutmeg" editor-in-chief, Panhellenic vice-presi-
dent, junior Prom Committee, Swimming, Junior
BOGLIO, JOSETTE MARIE: FRENCH: Middle-
bury: "jon: La petite Francaise . . . original artistic
. . . sparkling soprano . . . talented seamstress . . .:
Choir, French, Glee Club, UCA.
BOJANOWSKI, CHESll'l-lk: Ct-Lorom: Hartlortl.
BOLUS. JOSEPH JAMES: 1fll.l'.CIiRlC.Xl. lixtpixi-Lriuxn:
Winsted: Joe: Anybody want to go sailing . . . Going
home this week-end . . . not mel: AIEE, lfootball
Band. Newman. Sailing, WRUM.
BOOD, BRITTA: l'll.xkxt,txc:Y,' Bridgeport: l.ambda
Kappa Sigma: Brit: "The quiet Swede" . . . Shy sophis-
llfllllOll'gl1llll2llOlI . . .: A.PH.A.
BOONE. JEAN: Nukslma: East Hartford: Pi Beta Phi:
Danny: XVhere's your coon skin cap. Danny? . . .
Oh, those big blue eyes: XVhiteCaps. UCA, Outing.
BORDEN, BARBARA L.: Socioromf: Hartford: Phi
Sigma Sigma: "Bobby": 5"2', eyes of blue . . . Devilish,
Daring and Darling: French, HTFD-Dramatic, Hillel.
Junior Counselor, Sociology.
BOREIKO, JOHN U.: Cumiisiki: Milford.
BORSARI, ALLEN STANLEY: Mlaeli.xNle.xl. Exczixisicic-
ING: Hamden: Pi Tau Sigma.
BOSCO, COSIMO JOHN: lQl.lf.C'liRIC.kl. Exaixri-,iuxraz
Thonipsonyille: Theta Xi: Cos: Private library . . .
Slip-stick sleuth: Tr. Senate, Tr. Bowling. Newman,
Eta Kappa Nu: AIEE.
BOTTOMLEY, ERNEST, JR.: l'm'sie.u. Entiot-
rloxl Willimantie: "Botts": Basketball . . . Baseball
. . . l'.E. Majors.
BOULAS, FRIXON GEORGE: Akrs .xxn SCILNCIQ
BOURQUIN, ROGER: hIl:ICl1ANIC.'XI,. ENc:iN1g11iuNr::
BOYAJIAN, ARMENA ELIZABETH: Eworisng
Stratford: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Subtle sarcasm . . .
QP's galore . . . Good lookinglz Junior Counselor:
BOYAJIAN, OSCAR: MA'1:Hm1,x1'lc:s: Hartford.
BOYSEN, JEAN M.: Akrs AND TL.X'l'lLl:S1 Bloomheld:
Kappa Alpha Theta. Casual, cool, clever . . . Popular-
ity is the keynote to success . . . Archery, Home Eco-
nomics, Newman, Nutmeg.
BRADLAU, GEORGE F.: Bloi.ocr: New Britain:
Delightfully domesticated . . . Pleasantly piscatorial
. . . chromosomes and chlorophyll.
BRADLEY, JOAN: Airrs AND Tiixriuis: Wilson: Kappa
Alpha Theta: Brad: Vivacity, versatility . . . Ifll never
tell . . . happiness personihed: Newman, Archery, Art
Workshop, President, Phi Upsilon Omieron, Secretary,
Junior Counselor, Community Chest.
BRADY, EDWARD P.: I'm'sie,tt, Eimex l'ION1 Water-
BRANSEIELD, JOSEPH PATRICK: Zoorom'
QPRIQ-Miinjg Portland: Sigma Nu: Lil Brains: Fighting
Irish . . . Maternity ward . . . first operation: JV Bas-
ketball, Intramural Football, Volleyball, Swimming.
BRAY, ALBERT: DAIRY M.-xNMzI-:MEN1: SoutlI Coven-
BRAY, SIDNEY LEONARD, JR.: I'IIS'I'ORY1 Bridge-
port: Alpha Sigma Phi: Sid: Let's go to sleep . . .
shall we . . . whether you know it or IIot . . .: Tr.
Philosophy, U IVF.
BREAKELL, ELLEN: NURSING: GoslIeII: Ellie:
Parties III 413 . . . fun to be with . . . What did yoII
bring back this weekend?: UCA, IVhite Caps.
BRENDEL. WILLIAM CHARLES: Psx'cI-IoI.oCr:
BRENN. BAILEY: BUSINESS: North FraIIklin.
BRENNAN, JOSEPH NVILLIAM PAUL: BIARKET-
INC: Westport: Theta Chi: Joe: J.W.P.B .... Birth of
:I salesman . . . Cosmopolitez Intramurals, TR. Senate,
A.NI.A., Tr. Psych.
BRERETON, DONALD JOSEPH: INSUR.-INCE: New
Haven: Alpha SigIna Phi: Don: Newman, Insurance
BREYVER, CHARLES F.: INDUSTRY: Willimantic.
BRIGHAM, RODNEY L.: PSYCHOLOGY: Rockville:
"Rod": Help me with my Spanish? . . . C'meI'e I'll
measure your LQ.: Psychology, SAM.
BRISCOE, H. SHERMAN: ANIMAL HUSBANDRY: Red-
ding: Sigma Chi: Sherm: sack rat . . . Kelly's worst
half: Arnold Society, Intramurals, Officers Club, Pi
BROCHU, ADRIEN THOMAS: GOVERNMENT:
Waterford: Ade: Ahl, Just made it . . . Gotta nother
corny joke . . . Red Sox fan: Intramural Softball, ISO,
BROWVN, JANE S.: HONIE ECONOMICS: East Haven:
Pi Beta Phi: Janie: Purple, green and gold . . . walls
papered with bids: Choir, UCA, WHUS.
BROWN, WILLIAM GEORGE: MATHEMATICS: Chap-
lin: "Brownie": Not bad for an old man . . . one spade,
maybe?: Varsity Swimming, Math.
BRUCE, ARTHUR HOWARD: INSURANCE: Ham-
den: Art: Don't call me Junior . . . amiable cuss . . .
who side-tracked me: Insurance.
BRUNNER, DONALD ALBERT: BUSINESS ADMIN-
IsTR,xTIoN: Darien: "Don": Home cooking . . . You
like my hat? . . . Anachronous remarks: Intramural
Football, Baseball, Basketball.
BRYSON, FLORENCE IRENE: ARTS AND TEXTILES:
Hartford: Phi MII: "I, Bry": Alarm clock nightmare
. . . Another call . . . Phi NIIIYS politician . . . Archery,
HOIIIC Economics. Senate, lVomen's Rifle, IV.S.G.C.,
BULBACH, STANIS M.: CHEMISTRY: New Britain:
Coffee Fiend . . . elfish grin . . . Beethoven enthusiast:
ACA, Bridge, Campus, Newman.
BURACK, BORIS: ENGLISH: New Haven: Phi
Sigma Delta: Sasch: one of the YVRUMies . . . Embassy
row-the russian ambassador: TR-WRUM, Boating,
Hillel, Shaft, Band, Intramural Baseball, XVHUS.
BURDETTE, ROBERT ZOOLOGYQ East Haven,
Bob, New Haven Teachers College Transfer . . .
There ya go, goofin' off again, Education, ISO, New-
BURGESS, RUTHERFORD C.: l'II,xRrxmcY, Hart-
ford, Rudy, A friend when you need a friend . . .
dependable as they come . . . energetic . . ., Basketball
Captain, Glee Club, A.PH.A., A.A. President, Sopho-
more President, Mortar and Pestle President, Class
BURKE, MARCELLA MARY, ENGLISH, Hartford:
Pi Beta Phi, "Marcy" cheeseburg-milkshake Suppers
. . . smile for everyone . . . teach, what else?, Campus,
Newman. Ski, HTFD-Tower, FreIIclI.
BURKHARDT, RICHARD FREDERICK: INIECHANA
ICAI. ENGINEERING, New Britain.
BURR, BARBARA, NURSING: Manchester.
BURSACK, RUTH, SOCIOLOGY, Manchester,
Alpha Epsilon Phi, "Ruthie", Laughing lassie . . .
scatterbrain . . . My Al . . . Mother of eleven-pledges,
Hartford French President, Hartford Tower, Hillel,
BUSHNELL, KENT ORPHA, GIfOLoGr, Tolland,
"Bush", Game of chess, checkers, cards? . . . let's eat,
Geology, JV Soccer.
BUSSIERE, NORMAN LORENZO, ENGLISH, Hart-
ford, Alpha Sigma Phi, Norm: Oh, those English
Majors . . . Care to fiy around the room: OfIicer's
Club, Arnold Society, Education, Newman.
BZULLAK, KATHERINE EMILIE, ENGLISH, Tor-
rington, Kay, Child of Spring . . . never a day without
a letter . . . gentle grace, quiet charm: Education.
Lutheran, Nutmeg, U.C.A.
CADIEUX, HAROLD F., JR., GOVERNMENT, Milford,
Champ: Not Sleeping, just resting my eyes . . . what'S
wrong with Denny Dennis?, Newman, I.R.C.
CADOW, HARRY, CHEMISTRY: Chestnut Hill.
CADWELL, ERNEST EDWIN. JR., BUSINESS:
CAFFREY, CARROLL ANDREW, ECONOMICS, Meri-
den: Sigma Chi, Calif, IVillie Stark . . . I dream of
Jeanie, President, Trumbull Student Council, Student
Senate Moderator, Intercollegiate Legislature, Intra-
murals, Newman, IVhO's IVho.
CALAMAREDES, EMANUEL: MARKETING, Bristol,
Mike: Let's take a breaklg TR-Economics, IVRUM.
CALANO, GORDON THOMAS, GOVERNMENT AND
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, East Hartford, Flash, Trin-
ity College Transfer.
CALLAHAN, FRANCIS, INIJusI'RI.xL AoIxIINIs'I'R.-x'I'IoN,
CAMERON, JOAN WALLACE, ENGLISH, Water-
bury, Kappa Alpha Theta, Clothes make the woman,
Still waters run deep . . . green polka dot ties, Nutmeg,
CAMPBELL, ANN, SECRETARIAL STUDIESQ Man-
CANFIELD. ROBERT li: FINANCI-1: Newington:
"Mickey"1 Qui e radical in political views . . . easy
going: Chess, A.NI.A., lntranIural Football, Softball,
CANGIANO, VINCENT M.: CIvII. ENGINIiIiIuNGg
New Haven: Vinnie: Married . . . Veteran . . . Navy
Air Corps: A.S.C.E., TR Student Council.
CANN, CERARD THOMAS: Ac:r:oIIN'IING: Hanl-
tlen: Rod: Trailer camp tlweller . . . bring your row-
boat when coming to visit: Newman.
CANNAVO. ANTHONY: NURSERY M.fxNAGIaMILNT: Win-
CANNISTRARO, SALVATORE K.: BIIsINI-iss: Hart-
CANNON, BARBARA ANNE: SPANISH: New
Ilaven: Kappa Alpha Theta: "Boom": Transfer from
lr. College of Commerce . . . smiling freckled face,
personality, Irish eyes: Newman.
CANTWELL, PATRICIA LUCILLE: ENGI.IsII: East
I-Iaddam: Alpha Delta Pi' "Patty": Darn near Strange
. . . Theta Chi parties . . . cocker spaniel eyes: Campus,
CANTY, GIRARD: Akrs AND SGIENCIL: Watertown.
CAPASSO, GEORGE: ENGINEERING: Hartford.
CAPSHAW. .TERRY S.: ENGLISH: Torrington.
CAPUTO, EDWARD JOSEPH: ENGLISH: East
Haven: Lambda Chi Alpha: "Edu: Fellas, we have to
think this thing over . . . Live a little, it's fun:
YVRUM. XVHUS, TR-Connecticut Collegians.
CARAFANO. FRANK MICHAEL: BAGTERIOLOGY:
New Haven: Cary: Not tonight girls. got to study-
now I'll tell one: WTBY-Basketball, Baseball, New-
man. Dramatics, Intramurals.
CARAVAGGIO, LEO F.: ZOOLOGYQ Torrington.
CARBERRY, RAYMOND M.: INSURANCE: Norwich.
CARBONI, DANIEL S.: AGRICUIQIURE: North
CARLSON, DAVID XVILLIAM: BIARKETINCZ XViIli-
Inantic: Dave: Criticism is something you can avoid by
saving nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing . . .
Success is not in never failing, but in rising every time
CARNEY, VIRGINIA ANN: Akrs AND T1ixrILIas:
Fairfield: Kappa Alpha Theta: "Ginny": Sunset hair
. . . flip and friendly . . . veiled humor. "Let's Shoot":
.junior Variety Show, Newman, Ski, Tennis.
CARON, WILLIAM JEROME: CiOVI',RNMliN'l'Q
Taftville: Bill: Laughing boy . . . Red Sox rooter . . .
"'I'ecldv's my boy": TR Football, Intramural Softball.
CARRUBBA, MARIE E.: PIIrsICAI. EDUCATION: An-
sonia: Ree: Kardinal Kappa . . . "Haven't missed a
game this season": Glee Club, Intramurals, Junior
Counselor fSocial Chairmany, Physical Education,
CARTER, WILLIAM STONE: lVIECI'l.-XNICAI. ENGI-
NEERING: North Woodstock: Alpha Sigma: Billy-goat:
I Zllll a reenigne and ann devoted to my seiduts . . .
be carel'ul, we're on wire: Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, Medi-
ator, Debating, lntratnllral Baseball.
CARUCCI, LEONARD R.: IIUSINI-ss: Hartford.
CASS, JOSEPH WILLIAM: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Sey-
mour: Joe: Fort Trumbull transfer: ASCE, Arnold
Society, Newman, OfHcer's Club.
CASTELLON, DOLORES ROSE: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
East Haven: Alpha Delta Pi.
CASTENHOLZ, MARY DOROTHY: PSYCHOLOGY:
Norwich: Alpha Xi Delta: "Cass" Red hair, even
tempered? . . . tea and cigarettes . . . 4 A.M. philoso-
pher . . . Panhellenic, Psychology. W.S.G.C.
CASTRONOVO, MICHAEL DONALD: CHEMISTRY:
Greenwich: Phi Sigma Kappa: Mike: Wine, women,
and song . . . That's fur sure: Intramural Softball,
Volleyball, Newman, TR-NVrestling, A.C.S.
CAYYVOOD, JOHN H.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
East Hartford: Johnny: "Hands off, Merle's man!"
. . . A good sport among his friends: JV Basketball,
Hartford Basketball Captain.
CHALKER. DONALD B: INSURANCE: Saybrook.
CHANNIN, ELIHU: PsrCHoLoGr: Hartford.
CHAPMAN, PHILLIP WVILLIAM: ELECTRICAL EN-
gineering: Groton: Phil: Debate.
CHEESEMAN, JOHN R.: NIECHANICAI., ENGINEER-
ING: East Haven: Jack: ASME, Pi Tau Sigma.
CHILD, EDIVIN G: POULTRY: Madison.
CHING, ALBERT C.: NIECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
Merrow: Al: ASME, Engineers, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau
CHOQUETTE, ELEANOR M: PHARMACY:
Bridgeport: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Elly: Irrespressible
laughter . . . Great big smile to set off a smooth
gal . . . A. PH. A.: Class Secretary: Student Council.
CI-IOIV, FREDERICK WEI-HSIN: CHEMISTRY: Stam-
ford: Chow: Tr. Glee club: Tr. Student Council, Tr.
CHRISTENSEN, CHARLES: PHYSICAL EDUCATION:
New London: Sigma Nu: Chris: "C" Club, Physical
Education, Varsity Football, Basketball, Track.
CHRISTIAN, RICHARD L.: NIARKETINCQ Nor-
A "E I,
CHRISTIE, ROBERT j.: DAIRY PRODUCTION: Groton:
Theta Xi: Christie: Bach, Beethoven and Spike jones
. . . Ayrshire mon . . . 3 Intramural Football, Volley-
ball, Dairy, Block and Bridle, 4-H.
CHRISTISON, JAMES A., QIR.: ACCOUNTING: Hart-
ford: jim: Education.
CHURCH, DONALD N.: HISTORY: Hartford.
CHURLAND, RAYMOND j.: PIIARMACYI Vermont:
Ray: Quiet, conscientious, good worker . . . Depend-
able . . . Everybody's friend.
CIANCI, SALVATORE NUNZIO: PSYCHOLOGY: PRE-
MEDIGAI.: New Britain: Theta Xi: Sal: Newman, Intra-
mural football, softball.
CIMMINO, MARY CARMEN: ENGLISH: West
Haven: Dark dynamic . . . have a real gone frantic
time!: Chess, Secretary, Glee Club.
CIUCI, GLORIA A.: SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Fairfield:
Alpha Delta Pi: "Glo": Out for laughs . . . faux pas
kid . . . sincere eyes . . . Basketball, Newman, Softball.
CLINTON, WILLIAM WOOSTER, JR.: ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING: Groton: Bill.
COBEY, JEANNE FRANCES: SOCIOLOGY: New
Haven: Delta Zeta: "jeannie": Coblinski . . . Hair of
gold and heart to match: Newman, Players, Sociology.
COFRANCES, MARIE SALETTE: SOCIOLOGY: West
Haven: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Oh, that tan! . . .
Cutest nose on campus: Italian, Newman, Sociology.
COHEN, ALVIN HOWARD: GOVERNMENT: West
Hartford: Phi Sigma Delta: Oh, gee: The pessimist . . .
wild about short, cute girls . . . stickler for rules:
TR-Economics President, TR-Yearbook, Mediator.
COHEN, LAWRENCE: PHARMACY: Hartford: Phi
Epsilon Pi: Larr: End-product in band leaders . . .
Natural talent for laughs . . .: junior Prom Committee.
COHEN, MANFRED LESSING: PRE-MED: Torring-
ton: Tau Epsilon Phi: Manny: Gives the impression
of studying . . . A real friend: Hillel, IZFA, Arnold
Society, Ofiicer's Club. I
COHEN, MARVIN LEON: MARKETING: New Haven:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Marv: "The only thing I could do"
. . . Hillel's Best: Hillel, AMA, Inter-Faith Council,
Intramural Swimming, Softball.
COHEN, MORTON HAROLD: MARKETING: New
Haven: Tau Epsilon Thi: "Morty" Doule X . . .
"Not bad . . . rotten!" . . . Good company, adds life
to a crowd: TR-Boating, IVRUM, Hillel, Mediator.
COHEN, MORTON HAROLD: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
ING: New Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Mort: Amateur
Radio, AIEE, IRE, WRUM, Engineers.
COHEN, WILLIAM BURTON: PSYCHOLOGY: New
Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Bill: Night owl . Late
walks . . . Gotta start a diet: TR Spanish, TR Psychol-
ogy, Hillel, Intramural Basketball, Softball.
COHEN, IVILLIAM MORRIS: MARKETING: New
Haven: Tau Epsilon Phi: Bill: Oi a nidogadochn . . .
"That's great" . . . "I'll shoot": Hillel, AMA. TR
Basketball, Baseball, Intramurals. '
CoHoLAN, GERALD: FoREs'I'RY, New Britain.
COLE, EDWARD FRANCIS, MECHANICAL F.NCINI'il R-
ING: Bridgeport, Ed: ASME, Pi Tau Sigma, Tan
tZ0l.l.li, CARI, NI.: HIs'IoRv, Meriden.
COLLINS, ANN A.: HORTICULTIIRE, Ridgefield, Delta
Zeta' D Z's chauffeur , . . Dodger Ian . . . Vim, Vigor,
and Vigoro, ,Basketball, Horticulture, Intramurals,
COLLINS, EDWIN FRANCIS, ARTS AND SCIFNCI-N1
West Haven: Sigma Nu.
COLLINS, GEORGE LLOYD, BIISINIQSSQ Man-
chester: Kappa Sigma.
COLLINS, RANDALL SAYLES: FINANCE: Hamdenl
Theta Xi, Randy, One track mind, Torrington . . .
dependable, Canterbury, Interfaith Council, Band,
Community Chest, Insurance, Senate.
COMOLIO, NORMAN CARL, MARKETING, Man-
chester, Norm, Get the Marines out of Nicaragua:
A.M.A., SDA, Rifle.
CONBOY, JOHN ROBERT, IVIECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERINGQ Cranston. R. I.: Alpha Sigma Phi: jack,
Who's under the covers? . . , the Narragansett kid
. . . Post mortem? . . .: ASME. Tau Beta Pi, Newman.
CONDON, JOHN F., CIVIL ENGINEERING, Hartford:
jack, A.S.C.E., Engineering.
CONDON, SARA ELLEN, ENGLISH1 Bridgeport,
Alpha Xi Delta: "Peg", Cokes at nine . . . what did
NVilliams do today? . . . Junior Counselor, Newman,
CONNOR, DONALD S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
Hamden: Alpha Gamma Rho: Windy: Airplane driver
. . . weekends in Waterbury, Pi Tau Sigma, Flying,
COOPER, SHIRLEY, NURSING, Hartford, Alpha Ep-
silon Phig Shirl, After dinner foursome . . . loves
Tschaikovsky, Chopin, and Claude Thornhill . . .
those weekends home, White Caps, Hillel, Hillel Key,
COPP, XVEBSTER TIRRELL, IVIATHEMATICSQ Nor-
wich, Xveb, Ambition to be high school mathematics
teacher, Education, Intramural Basketball, Softball.
COPPA, RICHARD B.: ZooLoGY: Hartford.
CORBO, ROBERT ANTHONY, EDUCA'rIoN, Norwalk,
Bob, My life is guided by one light, the lamp of ex-
perience, Newman, Education, Intramurals.
CORN, DAVID, ZOOLOGY1 Ivest Hartford, Phi Ep-
silon Pi, Dave, Band, Concert Band, Upsilon Chi Beta,
CORNELL, RICHARD H.: MECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERING1 New Milford, Dick, Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.ME.
COTE. LUCILLE I.: Hom: ECONOMICS: Willimantic:
l,uIu: SI. joseph College Transfer . . . Life. love, and
I,ulu . . . Friendly smile: Newman. Home Economics.
COTJANLE, THEODORE ERNEST: HISTORY: New
Haven: Sigma .Alpha Epsilon: Ted: Party Schmarty!!
. . . Memoirs in bed: Tide Editor, Shaft Editor, Campus
.Xssociate Editor. Touchstone Managing Editor.
COTNIOR. GERARD ll.: PSYCIIOIOCY: Putnam.
COVIELLO, ANNA MARILYN: PHILOSOIIHY: Milford:
Delta Zeta: "Ann": Your library card, please . . .
Have to be cagey about thislg Bridge, Philosophy.
CREEHAN, RAYMOND ROGER. -IR.: ACCOIINTINC:
New Haven: Alpha Sigma Phi: Ray: Let's go to Fred's
for a game ol cards: Newman.
CRETELLA, ANTHONY R.: ACCOUNTING: Hart-
GROWE. ,IOHN R.: ENCLISH: West Haven: Alpha Phi
CROWLEY. JAMES B.: HISTORY: Hartford.
CRUMB, LEONARD NORMAN: CIVIL ENCINEIQR-
INC: Norwich: Lenny: It don't seem right to me . . .
All right, pick me up in a few minutes: ASCE, Hillel,
Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon.
CUCCO. .IOSEPH LOUIS: ACCOIINTINC: Darien.
CUFFE. WILLIAM EUGENE: PSYCHOLOGY! Milford:
Theta Xi: "RHllSOlll"1 Lover of Beautiful Girls, Bow-
ties, White bucks, Barber-shop singing: Trumbull
Tide, Fencing. Tennis.
CUMMISKEY. DAWN MARIE: ENCLISH: New
Britain "Dawn": Redheaded Irishman . . . "SinCerity
is what counts": Glee Club. Newman, WHUS, Hart-
ford Glee Club. Spanish, Tower.
CUTLER, JACK H.: ARTS AND SCIFNCI-1: Hartford.
CUTHRELL, STEPHEN: PHILOSOPHY: New Canaan:
Cool, calm, and collected-UConn's gift to play writ-
ing: Alpha Phi Omega. Philosophy, "Celestial jour-
ney", "Frankie K johnny", WRUM, TR-Tennis, Fenc-
ing, "Tide", ISO, UCA.
CYBUL, LYDIA PHARMACY: Bridgeport!
Lambda Kappa Sigma: Lyd: Tall blonde, full of vim,
vigor, and vitality . . . Success is hers: A.PH.A.:
CZARNECKI, SIGMUND ANTHONY: INDUSTRIAI.
NIANAGEIKIENTC Glastonbury: Sig: Easy going and like-
able .... A faux pas a day keeps life gayl: Engineers,
DADDARIO, ALBERT S.: ELECTRICAL ENCINIQIIRINC:
Hartford: Al: AIEE, Mathematics, Trumbull Amateur
D'ADDETA, ANTHONY M.: ECONOMICS: West
Haven: Theta Chi: Newt: Arnold Society.
DAGLIO, FRANCIS CHARLES: CIVIL liNr:lNr1l4luNf::
DACOSTINA, EDWARD A.: INsuluNr:r: Stamford:
Sigma Chi: Dag: "I should have heen a ragged claw
scuttling across the lloors ol' silent seas.": Arnold So-
ciety. Footlighters, Players, TR Foothall.
IJAHI., 'l'HURli WILLIAM, AIR.: NI:-xzlmwlrrxl,
l'INt:lNr.lfRlNr:: Theta Xi: "Bill": Howdy . . . have you
seen Uncle NValt . . . got studying to do: Intramural
ITAMBROSI. TERESA ANN: Baerrpiuotnrzrg Water-
bury: Delta Zeta: Terry: Flashing dark eyes . . .
Rollieking laughter . . . Brains. hangs and haeteriol-
ogy: Newman. -
DAMERY, 'IAMES HENRY, IR.: INoUsrluAL IYIAN-
xrzl-is1ifN'l': Watertown: "hlim": Champlain College
Transfer . . . continual arguments with 'Kaz' . . . Don't
lose your headlz SAM, Ski.
DANIELS, PASCAL BARTHOLOMEW: Zoorocvg
Psvcznoroorz West Haven.
D'ANSONA, PETER: Cm'liRNMlaNl': Hartford.
DARLEY, LINUS VINCENT: lNnus'rru,xl, ADMINIS-
'rRA'r1oN: Mount Carmel: Alpha Gamma Rho: Linne:
Is Frank Quinn still with the Yankees?-Vacations in
Pittsburgh-oh, my aching ulcer: S.A.M.
DAVIDSON, ROBERT C.: ACCOUNTING: Hartford:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Bob: Every weekend Stamford bound
. . . "my ear may not he new, hut it sure has guts!":
Hillel. Clee Cluh.
DAVIES, RICHARD I.: Clvu. ENGINI-zmuwcal Meriden:
Alpha Sigma Phi: Dick: ASCE, Yukon Aviation.
DAVIS, ROBERT ELLIS: INnUs'rru,u, M,xN.xcE1xmN'l':
Norwich: Theta Xi: Bob: That's terrihc . . . Smiling
lace . . . winters in Florida: SAM, UCA.
DIQANGELIS, BARBARA: FRENCH: Middletown:
Phi Mu: "BohlJy": ready for anything . . . sunbaths
. . . yen for red carnations: Canterbury. Choir, French.
junior Counselor, Spanish. IICA.
DEANCELIS, ROBERT -I.: CIVIL ENILINFIQRING: An-
sonia' Bob: ASCE: Vr. Fencing.
DLQCAPUA, JERRY ANTHONY: 1iNc:lN1a1aiuNf:g New
DIQFEO, -IOHN AI.: Pr-mluxmcr: Southington: Phi
Delta Chi: Sincerity personified . . . high Q.P's . . .
serious and friendly . . .3 A.PH.A.: Rho Chi.
DIQFRANCESCO, SALVATORE LAWRENCE: Akrs
,txn SCIENCE: New Haven.
DIQGENARO, ALFRED: Busmrss ArmiN1s'1'R.vrroN:
Hamden: Freddie: A.I.E.E.. I.R.E., Math.
DELANEY, THOMAS N., IR.: Psvcnorocrg
DELCREGO, DONALD JOSEPH: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Branford: Sigma Nu: Doom: Had me fooled
. . . sarcastic humor . . . Ive got taken . . .: A.I.E.E.,.
DEI. CUIDICE, DOMINIC G.: GOVERNMFNT: Hart-
DELl.ARIPA, JAMES M.: CIVIL l'lNtQlNl1YI"RlNIlC East
DE MARCO, RUSSELL ROSARIO: ACCOUNTING: New
I.ondon: Phi Sigma Kappa.
DEMBICZAK, WALTER J.: JR.: lVIECl-IANICAI. EN-
GINIQLRINC: New Haven: ASME, SAM, Newman.
DIQMUSIS, ANTHONY M.: ACCOUNTING: East
Haven: Lambda Chi Alpha: Tony: Let's get those
clues paid up . . . wh0's going to the Polish Home?:
Newman, TR Bowling, Intramurals, Marketing.
DERAGO, ANGELA JANE: ENGLISH: IVindsor: "An-
gela": Dark eyes, petite, sweet, sincere . . . Artistically
sensitive: Education, Hartford Spanish, Newman.
DESHEFY. EUGENE ERNEST: INDUSTRIAL lNIANACl?-
NIIALNT: Norwich: Theta Chi: Gene: Heads I go, tails
I don't . . . Siesta time: Arnold Society, Officers ClI1b.
DESJARDINS, LEO FRANCIS: INIECHANICAL ENGI-
NEIARING: Moosup: IVhere's my slide rule? . . . I'm
speechless . . . I now pronounce you Spaghetti and
Meat Balls: ASME, Newman, Engineers.
DEVINEY, JAMES R.: MARKETING: Devon: "Dev":
DE IVITT, JAMES J.: ENGLISH: South Coventry.
DIANI, RUTH: SPANISH: Bristol: Delta Zeta: Blue
Beetle . . . Joe is early: Education, Junior Counselor,
DICKON, ADAM J.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Hart-
DICKSON, WILLIAM FREDERICK: INDUSTRIAL
lNIANAG1iMl-lNTQ Manchester: Sigma Chi: Dix: Mr.
Money Bags . . . the Gunner: Arnold Society, Intra-
murals. OfHcer's Club, SAM, Varsity Track.
DICKSTEIN, GEORGE L.: MARKETING: IVater-
bury: Phi Epsilon Pi: Likes good music, tennis. golf.
bowling: AMA, Hillel, Hillel Choir, "Touchstone",
WTBY Dramatic, Socio-Economic.
DIKOVSKY, BASIL EUGENE: POULTRY HUSBANDRY:
Shelton: Ski: Quiet, outdoor type . . . Hsh, chickens, :I
Model "A": Bankiva, Fish ik Game, Russian.
DIMUCNO, JOHN J.: ACCOUNTING: Kensington:
"Damug": A wife, good clothes, and a brand new car,
DINERSTEIN, SHIRLEY GRACE: PHARMACY:
New Haven: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Torchy: Speaks
with her eyes . . . Slightly unpredictable . . . Early
05 riser . . .: A.PH.H.: Pharma-Conn.: Yearbook:
Mortar and Pestle, Secretary.
DINUZZO, DONALD M., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
New Haven, Sigma Chi, Bull, a big body to house a
big heart . . . exceptional engineer, ASME, Intra-
Inurals, TR-Math, Club, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi.
DION, JOHN WILLFRED, MARKETING, Wauregan:
DIPOLLINA, DOMINIC A.: lVIARKli'I'lNfLQ New
DIXON, RICHARD H., NIARKETINCQ Waterbury, Theta
Xi, Dick, "Let's have a ball!" . . . "Time the house
had another party.", Varsity swimming, A.M.A.
DOBRICH, 'ROBERT PAUL, ZOOLOGYAJ Nichols,
Lambda Chi Alpha, "Dobie", Wine, women, and song
. . . I'm on cloud number nine again, TR Spanish,
WRUM, Glee Club, Outing, Newman, Student Musi-
DOLE, RODERICK A., ACRICULTURAI. ENGINFFR-
DOLSEN, CHARLES PHILIP, ENGINEERING, Milford.
DONAHUE, JEFFREY M., ECONOMICS, New Britain,
Theta Chi, Dinty, subtle, suave, sardonic.
D'ONOFRIE, ANTHONY, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
ING, Bloomfield, AIEE, Engineering.
DOOLITTLE, FREDERICK LINCOLN, ENGt,IsI-I,
DORIZZI, ALICE HELEN, HOINIE ECONOMICS Enu-
CATIONQ Norfolk, Alpha Xi Delta, "Dil", Reno and
me . . . always smiling . . . chef par excellence . . .
Education, Home Economics, junior Counselor, New-
man, Phi Upsilon.
DOROSHUK, ANDREXV A., CHEMISTRY, Ansonia,
Andy, ACS, Russian.
DORSKY, NAOMI, ARTS AND SCIENCE, New London.
DOUGLASS, MARY, NURSING, Wetherfield, Phi Mu,
Mary, Oh, those walks with jim . . . isn't it cute,
White Caps, UCA, Canterbury, Badminton, Basketball,
DOWNEY, RAYMOND E., PHARMACY, Nvest
Haven, Ray, Quiet but conscientious . . . serious but
friendly . . ., Glee Club.
DOYLE, MARY RITA, NURSING, Wetherslield, Ritzie,
Sparkling blue eyes . . . smile for all . . . Kappa Sig
weekends, Newman, WVhite Caps, Treasurer, Husky.
DRAKELEY, GEORGE MORRIS, PRE-NIEDICALQ
DRAUDIN, RUDOLPH RAYMOND, MARKETING,
Scotland, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Smiley, Muhlenberg
College transfer . . . "Smile and the world will smile
with you", Cheerleader, Marketing, WHUS.
DRISCOLI.. JERRY A.: M.t'I'HI1M.tTIGs: New Canaan,
DUIIII-Il., 'THEODORE' ARTS ANII St:IIcNt:I-i: Hartford.
DUPERNELI., ROBERTA: CHMIISTRY: Water-
towII: Robbie: "Where's my slide rule?" . . . hazard
in lab: ACA, Blue and White. Canterbury, Husky.
Intercollegiaie Legislature. junior Counselor, IICA.
DUPERNELL ROSEMARY: ENGLISH: WVateI'town:
Rosie: Etheral . . . fIIll of bounce . . . interests a cer-
tain electrical engineer: Canterbury, Glee Club, junior
Counselor, UCA-Council, Writers fSecretaryj.
DUFFY, MARY E.: Music EIIUCATION: Broad Brook:
Pi Beta Phi: Piffle . . . Miss Mimic . . . It's music:
Community Chest Secretary, Education. Clee Club.
DUNHAM, WILLIAM RACKLIFFE: AR'rs .IND
SCIIYNCP: New Britain.
DUNIGAN, AIOHN JOSEPH: CIvII. ENGINEIPRING:
Bridgeport: -l.D.: A.S.C.E., Newman.
DURRSCHMIDT, MAX A.: CIVIL ENGINIIFRING:
DUTCHER, RUSSELL R.: GEOLOGY: Shefheld:
Theta Xi, "Dutch": Swede: get up! . . . Cod's country
. . . lI'llC love Canterbury. Geology. Intramurals.
DUTRIEUILLE, WILLIAM P., II: SocIoI,oGY: Clin-
ton: Bill: Hampton Institute Transfer . . . A fellow
who is maturing, which is a process similar to growing
pains: WRUM, WHUS. Sociology.
DUX. HENRY ALEXANDER: PsvcIIoLoGx': Nor-
wich: Hank: Oh, Szhmatz . . . let's go camping . . .
smoke a pipe: Alpha Phi Omega. Newman, Outing.
EDGARIAN ARTHUR ALEX: HISTORY: New
Britain: Theta Xi: Ed: His happy wit ever present:
Education, Canterbury, IRC. Hartford Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Student Council.
EDMONDSON, RONALD ECONOMICS: North Cov-
entry: Ronny: Commuter . . . the Yankees can't lose
. . . sports enthusiast: JV Football, OfIicer's Club.
EICHELMAN, WALTER -IOSEPH: MIXRKETINCQ
Hartford: The DeacoII: Sharp clothes and the latest
styles. . . I read that in the "Billboard" . . .: Hillel.
EIFLER, RICHARD: INDUSTRIAL BKIANACEMENTZ
Hamden: Alpha Gamma Rho: Sammy: Owner of a
red motorcycle . . . quiet blll dependable: Husky
ELKINS. ROBERT M.: ENGLISH: New London: Bob:
Started a clIIb for people who got eight hOlIl"S sleep
last night-couldn't join himself . . . "Colyum":
Campus, "Campus Contacts", TR "Freelance", Hillel.
ISO, "Tide", "Touchstone", TR Writers, "Shaft".
ELKO. 'IOHN FRANCIS: INDUSTRIAL NIANAGEMENTI
Ansonia: jack: What ho, It's . . .l Got a date at Willi
State . . . Dorm jazz sessions via phono.: Newman,
Intramural Basketball, Softball.
ELLEFSEN, MARVIN KENDALL: ELECTRICAI.
ENGINEERING: Hamden: Marv: Amateur Radio.
ELLIOTT, JAMES E., JR.: IQNGLISHQ Manchester: Jim:
Forever Elliott . . . Blondes, ballet, Broadway and
Bruce: Glee Club, Llubmurt Trof, WRUM, TR
Writer's, Frelance, Choir. Student Musicals, Carollers.
ELLIOTT. JOHN HOWARD: ENr:l.lsrt: Hartford:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: "lt's great to be pinned" . . .
New York, every weekend: Husky. Tide, XVRUM,
Dramatics, Young Republicans, Intramural Baseball.
ELLMAN, CARL W.: Cl-IIQMISTRYQ New Milford.
EMERSON: RALPH L., JR.: ANTHRol'ol.ot:f: South
EMMONS, HAROLD ERWIN: El.t5c:'l'Rlc.u, Exm-
Numumz: Milford: Lambda Chi Alpha: Bud: There
should be eight days in a week-four for work and
lour lor a week-end: AIEE.
EPSTEIN, ROBERT A.: Accouxrlxoz Hartford:
Phi Sigma Delta: Bob: Rabbit raiser . . . hated treas-
urer . . . rooms with monster: Hillel, Intramural Bas-
EVARTS, CARTH B.: B'IARKli'l'lNCj Mer'iclen: Lambda
Chi Alpha: "Moen: Pass the can opener, please . . .
AMOBAT! . . . Ya' got me, Chickie .... A MA, Avia-
EXPOSITO, BEATRICE ESTEVEZ: Hlsrouvg
Windsor: Bea: Lively, congenial, everybody's friend:
Education, Glee Club, Hartford Engineering I.S.O..
Newman, Social Science, Foreign Language, Dramatics.
FABIANO, DOLORES ANN: Zooroor: YVater-
bury: Alpha Delta Pi: "Deen: Flashing mischievous
eyes . . . always a smile . . . dreamer: Italian. Newman.
IVAHEY, JOSEPH H.: Mleicu,-tmcfti. ENGINEERING:
Springdale: "Buzz": Air Force Captain: Campus, Avia-
tion News, Manager Campus Contacts.
FAHEY, ROBERT CYRIL: BUSINESS: Rockville.
IFALANGA, RALPH A.: NIECHANICAI. ENo1NuteRlNo:
New Haven: Flamingo: A.S.M.A.. Newman.
FARACLAS, WILLIAM N.: PHARM.-tcv: East Haven:
Kappa Psi: Bill: Conscientious student . . . unpre-
dictable at times . . . friendly and easy going . . . :
Glee Club: A.PH.A.
FARRAR, ARTHUR L.: POULTRY: Forestville.
FELLOWS, JOYCE ELIZABETH: PHYSICAL Enu-
CATION: Stonington: Alpha Xi Delta: "Jeff": white
water canoeing . . . "Mood Indigo" sigh . . . "Lexie"
. . . high scorer: Archery, Basketball, Hockey, Outing,
P. E. Majors, Riding, Softball, U.C.A., Varsity, XV.A.A.
FENTON, ROBERT CllliMlS'l'RYQ Stratlord: Phi
Sigma Kappa: Bob: American Chemistry, French, Cer-
FENYVES, JACK D.: BI.-XRKETINGQ Brooklyn, N. Y.
FERGUSON, MERTON XVARNER: ELECIRICAI.
ENGINEERING: Niantic: Mert: A.F.R.O.T.C., Arnold
IVERNANDEZ, SANTIAGOQ MARKETING, New York
FERRIGNO, ANTHONY R.: HOR'l'ICUL1'UREQ Bridge-
FILOMENO, JOSEPH DOMINICK: ACCOUNTING,
Hartford: Joe: Newman.
FINEBERG, ROBERT PHILIP, PHARMACY, Hartford,
Alpha Zeta Omega, Bob, Likes dancing, athletics, beer
parties and bull sessions . . . connoisseur of aesthetic
lemmes . .. , A.PH.A., Glee Club, Librarian, Year
FINK, EDWARD ROBERT, ECONOMICS! New
FINTON, JOSEPH BEATRICE, ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NI-LIQRINGQ Shelton: Philosophy, Newman, Math, ISO,
AIEE, Eta Kappa Nu.
FISCHER, ROBERT A., JR., PHYSICAL EDUCATION,
FISHMAN, ARTHUR L., FINANCE, XVest Hartford:
Tau Epsilon Phi, Art, "Forgot to sleep last night"
. . . "Just ask for 'the fish' ", I.Z.F.A., Hillel, Insurance.
FITZGERALD, JOHN JAMES, MECHANICAL ENGI-
NI-QIQRING, Naugatuck: "Fitz", "Scourge" of Windham
Hall. has Connecticut State Certificate for Toolmaking,
ASME. Education, Physics, Math, Newman.
FITZGERALD, THOMAS HENRY, INSURANCE, Yvater-
bury: Fitz: Transfer from Ivaterbury Branch, Insur-
ance, I.S.O., Newman.
FLAKS, BETTY FLORENCE, BUSINESS EDUCATION,
Meriden, Phi Sigma Sigma, Betts, Education, Hillel,
FLAKS, MARVIN, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, New
Haven, Tau Epsilon Phi, Marv, "Photo by Marvin"
. . . Hfonderful husband . . . "But it wasn't my fault,
judge", Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, Arnold Society, Hillel,
Muskey. Key. Photography, TR-Tide.
FLANAGAN, EDWARD K., ARTS AND SCIENCE, New
FLYNN, ROBERT EDWARD, ENGLISH, North Gul-
ford, "Bob", TR-Young Democrats, treasurer, TR-
Student Council, Chairman Finance, Varsity Cross
FOLEY, MICHAEL PATRICK, INDUSTRIAL MAN-
.xGr.xIIf.N,r, Clintonville, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mike,
Interested and interesting . . . Pleasant and powerful,
S.A.M. Newman, Husky, TR Bowling, Softball, A.M.A.
FOOTE. HOWLAND S., CIVIL ENGINIEIQRING, Bristol.
FORCHT, ARTHUR LEE, PSYCHOLOGY, Stamford.
FORNIAN, EARL JULIAN: ARTS AND SCIENCE,
FORSLUND, CHARLES FREDERICK, PsvcIIoI,om',
West Haven, Alpha Gamma Rho, Chick, Forslund's
Follies . . . dented fenders and busted ukeleles . . . an
real worker, Football, Glee Club, XVRUM, IlIll'2lllIlll'ZlI
Swimming, Variety Show.
FOSTER, EBENEZER A. J.: Zoototzvg Cheshire.
FRANK, EDWARD HOWARD, lNI.-x'I'IIIgsI.x'I'Ics, Water-
ville, Ed., Alpha Phi Omega.
FRANKLIN, MOLLY, NURSINIIQ Hartford, Oh those
sad brown eyes . . . the "Profile" . . . persistent letter
writer, IVhite Caps, Yukon Cap, Hillel, Hillel Choir.
FRAVEL, JOHN ARTHUR, INDUSTRIAL INIANAGIC-
xIIcN'I', XVaterbury, Sigma Chi, Jack, That's for sure . . .
Horizontal .... A h knows it, SAM.
FREEDMAN, EDWARD, INI.-IIAKIJIIING, New Haven:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Rims: Saddle up . . . Banjo eyes . . .
Monday night shoots, TR Basketball, Varsity Basket-
ball, Intramural Football, Softball, Volleyball, Hillel,
Husky, C Club, Junior Class Executive Comm.
FREEDMAN, FREDERICK ARTHUR, Psx'cHoI.ocI':
Stepney, Phi Epsilon Pi, Fred, But it parks well . . .
XVho is calling Sprague?, Hillel, Psychology, Dramatics,
FREEMAN, LEAH FRANCES, ENGLISH, New
London: Alpha Epsilon Phi, "Lee", Sparkling eyes . . .
personality in that smile . . . conscientious student . . .
FRENCH, DORIS MAY, SIcc:Iu1'I'ARIAL S'I'UuIIQs, NVethers-
field, "Dottie", Curls. men, and infectious laughter . . .
smiles at the world: Intramurals, Orchestra, Softball,
FRESENIUS, PHILIP, ACCOUNTING, New Haven.
FRIED, HARVEY JOSEF, IVIARIQEIING, Bridgeport,
Phi Epsilon Pi, "Hoff", Borrow your car for ten
minutes? . . . Bop crooner . . . you take Main Street
and I'll take Broad Street, Hillel, S.A.M., Band, Chorus,
FRIEDMAN, ALVIN I., PSYCHOLOGY, Hartford, Phi
Sigma Delta, Al, Big Al . . . shy at first, but when you
get him alone, Hartford Basketball, Tennis, Intra-
mural Baseball, Hillel.
FROST, CAROL: Amis AND TEXTILES: Old Green-
wich, Kappa Kappa Gamma, "Frosty", House Barber
. . . Affinity for red-heads . . . Tweedy, tanned and
terrific, Basketball, Hockey, Junior Counselor, Senate,
Sophomore president, Swimming Panhellenic, YVAA.
FYLER, GRACE E., Hosni ECONOMICS, West Sims-
bury, Pi Beta Phi, "Gracie", Easy to talk to . . .
swimming meets . . . "Sleepy" ..., A rchery, Junior
GAGNE, JOSEPH IV., MIgcII.xNIc.xL ENGINIQERING, West
Hartford, Theta Chi, Joe.
GALLUCCI, BRUNO JOSEPH, Govi-iRNMLN'1', Hart-
ford, "True gems", lasting impressions of college life
. . . the Gonionemus affair and Mrs. Grass dinners:
HTFD YVSSF chairman, HTFD Student Council.
French, Glee Club, Education, Senate.
GANNON, DONALD R., MARkI1'I'INc, Stamford,
Don, Swell guy . . . Always a gentleman . . . finished
musician . . . scholarly philosopher . . . full of fun:
AMA, Newman, ISO.
GAUDET, JAMES A.: l'Il.tlC'l'RlCAl. Emcatwugiumz: New
London Jim: Quiet, serious, hard worker . . . depend-
able in a pinch: AIEE. Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi,
GAVENSKY, SEYMOUR: Ac:c:oUNTtNc: Hartford:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Sy: "Where's the money' coming
from?" . . . "Of course I got an ": Hillel Treasurer.
GI-QI.MIiT'l'I. RICCO JOHN: Pitvsles: East Hart-
ford: Rick: Today I got the shaft . . . Moan, Moanlg
GEl.S'l'ON. ANITA MARIE: Dxntv Puonuerlos: East
Haddam: Alpha XI Delta: Cider parties . . . home
every weekend . . . 4H. Choir, Dairy. Bankiva, Junior
GEORGE, THOMAS S.: B.-xC'rrluol.om': Hlest Hart-
GERNERT. SYLVIA LAWSON: Stfckiituxut.-xt. Srunn-is:
Stratford: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sue: "It isn't lady-
like" . . . Arthur . . . a loyal friend: Choir, Nutmeg.
GERSHAM. RITA LORRAINE: Smwlst-1: Hartford:
SenoRita: Vivacious personality. dark sparkling eyes.
and a warm smile: Campus, Hillel, Huskey, ISO,
"Raisin' Cane". Spanish .Student Government. Hart-
ford, Mortar Board.
GERSHAM, SHERMAN R.: l'H.uzM.-xcv: Hartford:
Alpha Zeta Omega: Spike: IVeekends in Hartford for
sentimental reasons . . . Considerate and sincere friend
. . . :: A.PH.A.: Rho Chi: Cosmetics: Chemistry.
GERSTENBERG, FREDERICK JOHN, JR.: ENcLtsH:
New London: Jack: German, Touchstone. Alpha Phi
GESSNER, EUGENE: Mt-ieusxtc.-'IL ENGINIQLRING:
Stamford: Gene: ambitious. self-made man . . . never
a harsh word: ASME, Engineers. Pi Tau Sigma.
GINAFORTE, EDIVARD M.: BAcTr1RtoLocY: New
Haven: Ed: Love those bugs . . . O.K. Doc . . . Every-
body's wonderful . . . Bow tie kid: TR-German.
GIANGARRA. BENEDICT JAMES: Eciacrktcae Emai-
Namtmo: New Haven: Ben: can fix anything . . . Likes
good literature, classical music and the 'elogies': AIEE.
GIFFORD, W'RIGHT D., JR.: Af.RteUt.TURAL ENGI-
NEERING: Storrs: Gilf, WVell, I'll tell you . . . My car's
older than I am: ASAE, Officers Club. Phi Alpha Sigma.
GILL, ARDIAN C.: MA'l'i-tml.-x'l'Ics: Jewett City:
Lambda Chi Alpha: Horse.
GILLEN, RICHARD FENTON: I'iNt.I.lSl'l1 New Haven:
Alpha Gamma Rho: Dick: Sad Sam . . . at tiger at night
and a pussycat in the morning: Newman, TR Student
Council, TR Basketball, Intra-mural Football Basket-
GILLIGAN, JAMES JOSEPH. JR.: Matzkt-:'rtNc: East
Norwalk: That Irish gleam . . . what a clown
. . . Oh, a commuter's life! . . . Basketball Intramurals,
GIMPLE, SIDNEY: M.-uuui'l'1Nc: East Haven.
GIONFRIDDO, JOSEPH PAUL, Ac:couNT1NGg Hart-
ford: Little Joeg Did you do the Cost or Intermediate
. . . Yankee fan: Newman, TR-Spanish.
GIORDANO, BRUNO EGILIOg I'Hx'slCM. Enuczfx-
'l'l0N1 Stamford: Sigma Chi, The Brung What! No
spaghetti? . . . with a song in my heart: Club.
Cross-Country, Education, Glee Club, Newman, P.Ii.
Majors, Varsity Track.
GIVEN, GEORGE F., JR.: ECONOMICSQ Hamden.
GLASNER, MURRAY D.g ZOOLOGYQ New Milford.
GLASS, HERMAN H.: 1'ltE-Vmelcklmakrg Thomaston.
GLASSER, FREDERICK, CHEMts'rRYg New Haven.
GLEDHILL, .ARTHUR PHYSICSQ IVest Hartford.
GOCHBERG, GLADYSQ EDUCATION: Stamford:
Alpha Epsilon Phi, "Geaji"g That winsome look . . .
wake me . . . love than many Debating, Education,
GODIN, RAYMOND NORMANDQ EN1'oMoLom':
Stamford: Ray: First dirt, then bugs, now nutslg TR
Chess, TR Biology, Newman, Alpha Phi Omega,
Officers Club, Track and Cross-country manager.
GOETZ, HENRY F.g CIVIL ENGINLLIUNCQ New Haven.
GOLD, CHARLES G.g FINANCEQ West Haven.
GOLD. JAMES DOUGLAS, JR., INDUSTRIAL lNfI.xNAc1z-
GOLD, THOMASTON M.g INSURANCE: New Haven.
GOLDBERG, ABRAHAM JOSEPH: ACCOUNTING:
Norwichg Just don't hurt my feelings: "Tide",
GOLDBERG, DAVIDQ Ecowotxucsg Hartford: Phi Ep-
silon Phig "Red"3 Dresses like a gentleman . . . eats
more than his whole fraternity, "Red" prefers blondesg
GOLDBERG, SELMAQ ENGLISHQ Norwichg Phi Sigma
Sigmag "Shilley"g The Gay Parisienne . . . charm and
poise personified . . . rippling giggle . . . Hillel, Husky.
GOLDEN, FRANK A., JR.g MARKHING3 Hartfordg
Chee-Cheeg Oh them golden slippers . . . never a dull
momentg Newman, A.M.A., S.A.M.
GOLDREICH, DONALD: IXIARILETING: Higganum: Tau
Epsilon Phi: Goldy.
GOODNO, WILLIAM C.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
Hartford: Bill: Newman.
GOODRICH, STANLEY L.: Foiu-:sTRY: East
Haven: Goodie: Forestry.
GORDON, BETTE ANN: PSYCHOLOGY: Bridgeport,
Phi Sigma Sigma: "Bett": Yvesleyan Mfeekends . . . en-
Ihusiastic . . . energetic . . . stars in her eyes . . . ef-
licrvescent charm . . . Respectively Submitted . . .
Hillel, junior Counselor.
GORENBERG, BERNARD ELLIOT: GOVERNMENT:
New Haven: Phi Sigma Delta: Bernie: How about
those Dodgers? Ah kum fum Korea . . . lotsa Q.P.s. . .
Tr. Bowling, Intramural baseball, I.R,C.
GORMAN, MARY ELIZABETH: ENGLISH:
Thompsonville: "Betty": I know I Hunked! . . . Mis-
chievous eyes . . . Ambition English teacher . . . Loves
bull sessions: I.S.O., Newman.
GOSPODINAFF, ALEXANDER MICHAEL: Land-
scape Gardening: Greenwich: Theta Xi: Alex: "Don't
worry, I'll be there." Never forget Mr. Perkins' labs.
GOTTLIEB, EDNA ROSE: SOCIOLOGY: Colchester:
"Ros": Good things come in small packages . . . that
Friday ride to Colchester . . . Education Hillel, ISO,
GOZZO. P. FRANK, -IR.: ARTS AND SCIENCES: New
Britain: Alpha Sigma Phi: Goosey: Dapper Midget . . .
Little toy . . . Always the best . . . laughing boy: New-
man, Sociology, Italian.
GRABOYVY, FRANK ALOYSIUS, JR.: CIVIL ENGI-
neering: Norwich: A.S.C.E.
GRADY, ANTHONY GEORGE, JR.: PSYCHOLOGY:
Calumet City, Ilinois: Alpha Sigma Phi: Tony: Ty-
phoid . . . Mary starts another day . . . File on, Thelma
jordan . . . 2 Tr. Psychology.
GRADY, HAROLD FRANCIS: MECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Ansonia: "Hal": "XVhere's that arrogant
Nord?": ASME, Intramural basketball, softball, TR-
Math Sec.-Treas., Newman.
GRECENKO, NINA TAMARA: ZOOLOGY: Southbury:
Delta Zeta: "Ninotchka": Vivacious red-head . . .
humor at any time . . . "He's only a buddy": Players,
GREEN, ALLEN EVERETT: PSYCHOLOGY: Hart-
ford: Omega Psi Phi: Al: Dirty Dishes Over the
Counter . . . rather waltz than eat-sometimes:
N.A.A.C.P., Pres., Bridge, Fencing, Campus, Psychology,
Htfd Glee Club.
GREENBERG, ARLYNE EVELYN: SOCIOLOGY:
IVest Hartford: Phi Sigma Sigma: "Arl": Dreamy eyes.
charming smile . . . off to Europe . . . Q.P. doll:
French, HTFD-Dramatics, Hillel, Junior Counselor,
GREENBERG, LAIVRENCE: PRE-BIEDZ New Haven:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Larry: You don't say . . . Are you
living dangerously? . . . Serious thinker: Italian,
GREENBERG, ROSALYN: SOCIOLOGY: New Haven:
Phi Sigma Sigma: "Roz": It's terrific . . . talking eyes
. . . music building . . .Hillel, Sociology.
GREENBERG, THEODORE ALFRED: ACCOUNT-
ING: Waterbury: Phi Epsilon PI: "Ted": New Haven
every weekend . . . I'll only play for an hour: WTBY
Student Senate, Socio-Economic, Dramatic, Begnalight.
GREGORY, ROBERT, ECONOMICS, Colchester, Alpha
Sigma Phi, WA-WA, The pinless wonder . . . So Tired
. . . let's go to Boston, Newman, Political Science,
GRESH, EUGENE W., PHARMACY, Unionville,
Kappa Psi, Gene, Everybody's friend . . . conscientious
. . . subtle as a Sledge hammer . . . , A.PH.A., Junior
GREZEL, RICHARD JOSEPH, SPANISH, Man-
chester, Dick, Newman, Spanish, Italian.
GRISWOLD, ANNE LOUISE, ZOOLOGYQ Rocky
Hill, "Annie", Men in every port . . . Oh, Ernie! . . .
Quiet hoursl, Basketball, I.S.O.
GRISWOLD, MARGARET A., HOINIE ECONOMICS,
Rocky Hill, Delta Zeta, "Peggy", "Quiet hours" . . .
Soft spoken . . . diamond on her finger, Junior Coun-
GRISWOLD, RUSSELL B., PHARMACY, North
Branford, Tall, nice dresser and congenial . . . an all
round good guy . . . married . . .
GROSSMAN, DAVID KENNETH, MARKETING, Meri-
den: "Dave", A little Pinochle? . . . Let's get up early
tomorrowl, Hillel, A.M.A., TR Boating.
GROSZEK, HENRY FRANCIS, CIVIL ENG., Seymour,
Theta Chi, Hank, A.S.C.E., TR-Math.
GROVER, DALLAS, JH., Old Saybrook, Theta Xi.
GRUBELICH, FRANCIS T., MECHANICAL ENGI-
NEER, Vfethersfield, Sigma Chi, Frank, casually quiet
. . . observes all . . . always grinning, ASME.
GUAITIERI, VINCENT ANTHONY, ARTS AND SCI-
GUASCO, DANTE V., MARKETING, Stamford,
A.M.A., Footlighters QTRJ.
GUIOSKY, ANDREW, JR., BUSINESS EDUCATION,
Norwich, "Hooker", Whoopsl No good will come of
that . .. You ain't overly perspicacious, is you? . . .
Education, Intramural basketball.
GUPTILL, WINTHROP H., JR., BUSINESS, Newing-
GUSTAVSON, ROBERT SHELDON, INDUSTRIAL
MANAGEMENT, Hamden, Alpha Gamma Rho, Gus,
How's the ice? .. . Who Stole my hockey puck?, Swim-
HACKETT, AIOSEPH: GovI1ItNMI,N'I': Waterbury.
HADDOCK. PHYLLIS -IANE: NIJRSINIBQ Wethers-
Iield: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Phyl: Sophisticate . . .
style . . . quick witted . . . good natured: lVhite Caps.
HAGLUND, BROR R.: ELILCTRIGAI, ENGINEIQRINC.:
HAHN, IVILLIAM M.: IYIARKETINGZ New Britain:
Sigma NII: Wild Bill: "Gotta Ineet my girl" . . . ex-
tremely likeable, dry sense of humor: Arnold Society.
Newman, Hartford Basketball, Baseball Intramurals.
HALL, CHARLES ELLIOTT: MAIuug'I'INc.: Meri-
CICIII Lambda Chi Alpha: Chick: "Flaherty's Moe-
IVhere's Murph?" . . . lenient with the men: AMA.
HALL, GRAHAM E.: DAIRY MANUFAc'I'UIzING: Ken-
sington: Gra: Assistant Football Manager and Man-
HALL, KENNETH SAFFORD: MILCI-IANICAL ENGI-
NIQIQRING: West Haven: "Ken": I'In hungry, when do
we eat . . . aIIy letters today . . . P TR-Math., ASME.
HALPIN, MYRON RAHM: PSYCHOLOGY: New
Haven: Tau Epsilon Phi: "Tony" . . . "IVon't some-
body PLEASE let me get dressed" . . . the Silver King
. . . never misses a tick . . . TR-Psychology, Hilliel,
HAMILTON, FRANCES EDITH: EDUCATION-ZooI.oGx':
Wleymouth, Mass.: Delta Zeta: "Fran": Don't let me
play cards . . . Bostonian charm: Basketball, Education.
junior Counselor, Outing, Softball, Spanish, U.C.A.
HAMPTON, STEWART: MARKETING: New Haven.
HANF, LISELOTTE CAROLINE: ZooLoGY: New-
town: "Kerry": Dreamer . . . I'm giving up smoking.
Let me have a cigarette: Intramurals, Rifle, UCA,
HANSEN, FRED P., AGRICULTURE, Windsor.
HANSON, DONALD MICHAEL: PHYSICAL EDUCA-
'I'IoN: Arlington, Virginia: Theta Chi: "Don": "I'd
rather drill": Arnold Society, OHicer's Club, Newman,
P.E. Majors. A.A.H.P.E.R.
HAPPY, ROBERT C.: HIsI'oRI': Seymour, Theta:
Chi: Hap: Arnold Society, Newman.
HARASYMCZUK, JOHN R.: NIECHANICAL ENGINEER-
HARKNESS, LACHLAN MACPHAIL: ACCOUNTINGQ
Thomaston: Mac: Insurance, Intramural Basketball.
HARRIS, MURIEI.: Music: Bristol: Pi Beta Phi:
"Moonie": Very well! .. . Kappa Sig Flapper Girl . . .
Lake Erie College Transfer: U.C.A.
HART, HARRY W.: fi0VERNMEN'l'j Old Lyme.
HARTMAYER. EDNVARD G.: Ac:c:oIvNIINc:: West-
port: "Dag": TR-Baseball . . . Newman.
HATHWAY, ARTHUR ALAN: MfxRkIi'rINo: Thomas-
ton: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Pete: "Cott'a fall in love
by the Hrst ol April: TR Student Council, Ski.
HATHAIVAY, CHARLES C.: FoRr.s'I'Rr: Manchester:
Chuck: Married vet . . . avid hunter and Bshermant
HAYES, ARTHUR JAMES, Ctvu. ENGINI-iIaIuNr::
Tarilfville: A. J.: Hopes to be town engineer or town
manager: A.S.C.E., Hartford Engineers.
HAYMES, JESSE G., JR.: AoRlcuI.TnR.'xI. ENGINI-FRIYKL'
Norwalk: Alpha Gamma Rho: Flamingo: Oh shucks.
a B . . . the romantic redhead: ASAE, Spanish.
HAYWARD, DOUGLAS RUDLOPH: BUsINIiss An-
sIINIs1'Im'rIoN: Queens, Long Island, New York: Samp-
son College transfer . . . Married, Veteran: SAM.
HAYIVARD, ROBERT I..: ZooI.oGY: Vlest Hart-
HEILBRONN, ALFRED HENRY: Hlsrokr: Nichols:
Freddie: Ever patient and enduring-smiling eyes plus
optimism: I.R.C., IVRUM. TR-Student Musical. U.C.A.
HEIMAN, PAUL WILLIAM: MARKILTINC: New
York: Tau Epsilon Phi: Buster: "Is she tall and thin?"
. . . Monday night shoots: WVHUS, IVRUM, Aviation,
Varsity Swimming, Intramural Volleyball, Football.
HEIN, HUBERT J.: PHARNIACY: Terryville: Phi Delta
Chi: Hubie: Cooperative . . . sincere and dependable
friend . . . quiet . . . : Bowling: Ping Pong: A.PH.A.
,HENDEI.. BURTON S.: MARKETING: New London:
Tau Epsiilon Phi: Chic: "Barker at Ocean Beach . . .
four-wheel personality . . . joker: Hillel.
HEPBURN, ELEANOR MAE: ENGLISH: Storrs:
Phi Beta Phi: "Elly": Quiet sparkle . . . dimples . . .
passion for poetry . . . Home Economics, Junior Coun-
selor . . . University Choir.
HERMONAT, ANNE MARIE: lNI,x'rHIgMATIcs: Tor-
rington: Alpha XI Delta: Scrapes a mean fiddle . . .
canasta enthusiast . . . Junior Counselor, Lutheran
Club Secretary 3, U.C.A.
HERSHKOWITZ, JACOB: FINANCE: Norwich: Tau
Epsilon Phi: Duke: "C'mon, will ya" . . . Hot-Rod
Hersh: Hillel, TR-Spanish, WRUM, Intramural Bas-
HICKEY, WILLIAM R.: GOVERNNIENTQ East Hart-
HIGGINS, JOHN P.: SOCIOLOGY: Wethersfield: Lambda
Chi Alpha: Pinky: Going to Delta Zeta to study . . .
You may call me John: "C" ClIIb, XVRUM.
HILL, JOHN GLENWOOD: GOVERNMENT: Hart-
ford: Theta Xi: Jack: Party this week? . . . Assess
those conservatives: Newman, IRC, French, Mediator,
Intramural Basketball, Softball.
HINE, WILLIAM F.: AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING:
HIRSCH, DONALD ROBERT: ENGLISH: New Lon-
don: Phi Epsilon Pi: Donzo.
HITCHCOCK, JOHN E.: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT:
HOBERMAN, ADELE: SOCIOLOGY: Middletown:
Phi Sigma Sigma: "A-Del": Adorable cherub . . . I'm
a big girl . . . Nothing but the best: Hillel, Junior
Counselor, Nutmeg, Sociology.
HODGE, RICHARD W.: PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Man-
HODKOWSKI, CHESTER FRANCIS: BACTERI-
oLoGY: Bristol: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chet: Intramural
HOFFENBERG, RAPHAEL: ACCOUNTING: Hart-
ford: Tau Epsilon Phi: Ray: Expert on sports, cool
sounds, epicurean living and the TEP cellar: Mediator,
Hillel, Intra-mural Basketball, Volleyball, Softball.
HOLLAND, ERNEST S.: MARKETING: West Haven.
HOLMES, JOHN F.: MARKETING: Waterbury: Sigma
Chi: Johnny: What's going on, a convention? . . . I'll
prove it: AMA, swimming.
HOLT, WYLLISANN: SECRETARIAL STUDIES: Gran-
by: Alpha Xi Delta: "Billie": I should study, but- . . .
Square dancing, Sammy Kaye and bridge: Badminton,
Grange, Junior Counselor, U.C.A.
HONIGBERG, IRWIN L.: PHARMACY: Hartford:
Alpha Zeta Omega: Absent minded philosopher . . .
A wheel QPJ with many cogs, but a good guy . .
HOPPS, THOMAS D.: ENGLISH: Rowayton: Phi
Sigma Kappa: Tom: With a song . . . it was a good
experience: TR Glee Club, WRUM, TR Writer's
Chairman, TR "Freelance" Editor, Choir, UCA, "In-
HOROWITZ, EDWARD ALBERT: HIsToRY: New
Haven: Ed: Wvhat this country needs is more Scotch
bagpipe music: TR-Spanish, TR-Psychology, TR-Stu-
dent Council, I.R.C., I.S.O.
HORTON, ROBERT HENRY, AGRICULTURE, Hebron.
HOTKOSKI, DOREEN G.: SOCIOLOGY: Bristol:
Dubs: Twinkle toes and dancing eyes . . . saucy bangs
. . . smart clothes: Cheerleaders, Newman, Sociology,
HOVLAND, KENNETH A.: SOCIOLOGY: Rockville.
HOWARD, THOMAS JOHN, JR.: INnt1s'rRI,xI. MAN-
AGEMENT: Montville: Sigma Chi: Tom: Ah. those ,Bos-
ton Braves . . . Wake up Uconn: AMA, Husky, New-
HOWE, ERNEST C.: l'iNGLlSl'lI Wallingford: Ernie:
WVillie? Sure!!! . . . But it's ellectivell: lfootligliters,
WRUM, Llublnurt Trof,. ll.C.A. Players, Junior Show
Director, May Frolic.
HULBURT, LOUIS .'Xl,BER'l'1 fiOVliRNNll-'NTI
Stafford Springs: Phi Sigma Kappa' Lou: "What time
is il?" . . . "You can't win.": Ollicer's Club, Italian.
Arnold Society, ll.C.A., Concert Band, Fife and Drum.
HUROXVITZ, ROBERT BOYD: Zooroor: New
Haven: Tau Epsilon: UBob": "B.K." Doctor . . . the
crew-cut kid . . . memory for jokes and always a
laugh. TR-Boating, TR-Biology, Mediator, Hillel.
HUTCHINSON, ELIZABETH CHARLOTTE:
ENGI,IsII-PIIILosoI'ur: Litchfield: Hutch: Lotta Laughs
. . . Raz-ma-tal . . . raised eyebrow' Basketball, Glee
Club, Huskey, Junior Counselor, Senior Show, XVAA.
HYMAN, DAVID BRUCE: PRE-BIEDI Hartford: Dave:
Aspiration to be a doctor . . . fondness for music . . .
truly one of the boys . . . still: Orchestra, Hillel.
IWAMOTO, TAKASHI: ARTS .IND SCIENCE: Hartford.
JACKSON, NANCY: SECRETARIAI. STUDIES: Bridge-
port: Alpha Delta Pi: "Nance": Newman. Junior
JACKSON, ROBERT LEWIS: B.xc:'rERIoLoGI': I'Vest
Hartford: Theta Xi: "Red": Just for lalls . . . true or
false? . . . flip the coin . . . : Footlighters, "The Shaft",
Photo-Pool, German, Tide, Fencing, U.C.A., Campus,
JACOBS, DONALD ALAN: PsI'CHoI.oGI'g West
Haven: Don: Good ole St. Pat . . . I pass . . . Here
comes my wife: Chess, Psychology: Ski, TR French,
TR Psych, TR Sociology, TR Bowling.
JACOBS, ROBERT MATTHEW: SOCIOLOGYQ
Hamden: Tau Epsilon Phi: Red You old dog-here
comes the Gimick: Hillel.
JAMES, EDXVARD M.: PHARMACY: New London: Ned:
A down-to-earth fellow . . . Connoissieur for good taste
. . . Interested and interesting . . . 5 A.PH.A.
JANKOVISH, DANIEL F.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Old
JANETTY, JOSEPH A.: ACCOUNTING: IVaterlJury:
Admires beauty . . . a jazz fan, a fencer, and a weight-
lifter: Varsity' Fencing.
JANOWIEC, THOMAS MICHAEL: BACTERIOLOGY:
JANUS, EDWARD T.: BUSINESS: Hlallingford.
JAQUA, JESSE C.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: New
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JENSEN, RICHARD NILS: ENGLISII: Norwich: The
old master's got a scheme . . . Guess I'll whip up :I
quick cartoon: Intramural baskebtall, football.
JEZYK, MARY Ii.: HoMIa ECONOMICS EDUcATIoN:
Wilson: Kappa Alpha Theta: Blue-eyed sunbeam with
a compound-complex lovelife . . . Q.P.'s for sale . . .
Theta chauffeur . . . love that haircut: Newman, Nut-
meg, Co-Ed Editor, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Sec'y, Edu-
cation. tIlllli0l' Counsel or, Community Chest, Home
liconomics, Intramurals, Mortar Board, Vice-Pres.
JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN: ZooLoGY: Kensing'
ton: Bobbie: "Sorry, I forgot!" . . . Perpetual day
dreamer . . . "I'm hungry!": Basketball, Campus,
Choir, Glee Club.
JOHNSON, CARL ODEN: BACTERIOLOGY: Woodstock:
C.I.O: likes hunting skiing. woordworking. and a cer-
tain person iII Georgia.
JOHNSON, KARL HAROLD: BUSINESS ADMINISTRA-
TIoN: Wallingford: Kappa Sigma: Swede: Junior Col-
lege of Commerce transfer-The Greatest-deep devo-
tion to Kappa Sigma: Education, Insurance, Lutheran.
JOHNSON, MARION C.: ARTS AND TEXTILES:
lvaterbury: "Let's go to Willi . . . That's for sure
guys" . . . Inimitable laughter: Education, Home Eco-
JOHNSON. MATTHEYV H., JR.: PHYSICAL EDUCA-
TIoN: Pomfret: Sigma Nu: "Matt": Big Matt . . .
lVho's going to town? . . . : Varsity Football, C-Club,
IRE. Majors, J.V. Baseball.
JOHNSON, MURWIN AXEL: ANIMAL HUSBANDRY:
Ivoryton: Theta XI: Swede: Tops in quality and quan-
tity: Block and Bridle, UCA, Intramural Football, Bas-
JOLIE, NORMAN A.: GovERNMENT: lvillimanticg
Sigma Nu: Norm: Willi commuter . . . Imported boxer
from Germany: Arnold Society, Campus.
JURGEN, WILLIAM L., JR.: NIECHANICAI. ENGINEER-
ING: New Britain: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Bill: ASME,
Amateur Radio: Engineers, Yukon Aviation.
JURGENSEN, XVALTER H.: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
KACZYNSKI, JANE L.: PUBLIC HEAI,TH NURSING:
KAGAN, KAYLEEN PEARL: SocIoLoGr: Hartford:
Alpha Epsilon Phi: "Kay": '50 Hillel queen . . . true
friend . . . attractive modesty: HTFD-Glee Club, Hillel,
KAHAN, ARTHUR CHARLES: MARKPITINGQ Hart-
ford: Phi Epsilon Pi: Art: Candy, Cigarettes, Red
Ryder . . . good busboy: Hartford Dramatics, A.M.A.
KAHL, DONALD L.: AcGoUNTING: Wallingford,
Alpha Gamma Rho.
KAMINSKY, XVILLIAM J.: FORESTRY: Manchester.
KANDROW, CHARLES SOCRATES: ENGLISH: Nor-
wich: Soc: Huskey Theatre.
KANTACK, EDWARD R.: CHEMISTRY: Meriden:
Dutch: The future chemist-I've got it made: WTBY-
Basketball, Intramural: Baseball, I.S.O.
KAPINOS, CHARLES: lNIAllKli'lilNIL1 I-I:n'II'oI'tl.
KAPLAN, MARILYN R.: l'1Ntll..lSll2 Bridgeport: Phi
Sigma Sigma: "Mar": Smart, subtle humor coniplcf
ments a keen Inind . . . Phi Sig's Politician: Hillel.
Hillel Husky, VVHUS.
KAPLAN, NAOMI S.: Soc:IoI.oGs': New Haven:
"Red": Red-head and rosy cheeks . . . music lover . . .
the countryside . . . Campus, Hillel, Hillel Clioir.
Sociology President, Zionists.
KARLAK, MICHAEL: FINANCIQ: Seymour: Theta Chi:
Senator: One olf the King's Men.
KASPER, GEORGE WILLIAM: MIcGIIANIc.AxI, ENGIV
NI,I1IuNG: Manslield: George: Who's for pinochle? . . .
Back to the drawing board: Engineers.
KASZAS, ELMER PETER: PHYsIG,xI. Enuc.x'I:IoN:
Oakville: "Kaz": Here I aml: XVTBY basketball, base-
ball, Ski, PE Majors, Intramurals.
KAUFMAN, JORDAN XV.: 1'IAI.xIzM,xer: New Haven:
Alpha Zeta Omega: Sharp sense of humor . . . Good
natured and easy to get along with . . . : Basketball.
KAUFMAN, VELMA: SocIot,oGv: Hartford: Phi Sig-
ma Sigma: "Vicky": Love letters to Z1 lawyer . . . silky
raven hair and infectious laughter . . . Hillel, Sociology.
KEANE, JAMES AUBREY: lhI.'XRKIi'l'INGZ Bridge-
port: Lambda Chi Alpha: Jim: "I'm just wild about
Margie" . . . "Tiecoon" olf campus: Marketing, New-
KEEFE, CHARLES E.: ENGLISH: Farmington: "Char-
lie": Busy, quiet-a friend to all,-a quick and gently
sarcastic humor. "Tower" Editor, Spanish, Edtlcation.
KEIPER, FRANCES JEAN: CHI2MIs'I'ItY: Danbury:
Phi Mu: Jean: Canterbury, UCA.
KELLEHER, YVILLIAM PHARMACY: Hartford:
Kappa Psi: Bill: Good grades without elfort . . . subtle
sarcastic wit . . . Cahn, cool and capable . . .: Rho Chi.
KELLER, ALEXANDER: CIIMIISTRY: Bridgeport.
KELLEY, JAMES HISTORY: Thompsonville.
KELLY, JOAN: Bo'11-INY: Bristol: Delta Zeta:
"Kelly": Little one . . . dogs and green . . . quiet?:
Junior Counselor, Newman, Outing.
Intramural basketball, Newman, Officers Club. Varsity
KELLY, YVILLIAM J.: SocIoLoGY: New Haven:
Army Veteran . . . Trumbull Transfer: Chess, Bridge.
KENNEDY, EVERETT ROBERT: Civu. ENGI-
NEERING: Manchester: Stretch: ASCE, Engineers, Intra-
KELLY, JOHN W., JR.: INSURANCE: Middletown: Sig-
ma Chi: Kelly: Big John, "You Hot Rock!": "C" Club,
KENNEY, EDWARD MERRITT: INDUSTRIAL MAN-
.'XfiElXIliN'l'2 West Haven: Theta Chi: Ed: Another test
. . . Gotta Call the Ar . . . Certainly: AMA, S.A.M.
KENNIS, HELEN THERESA: NURSING: Beacon
Falls: Delta Zeta: Ken: Blushing blonde . . . big
hearted . . . enthusastic . . . enthusiastic: WTBY-Dra-
matic, Socio- Ec, Glee Club, Begnalihtz Newman,
Vice-pres., IVhite Caps.
KENNY, CAROL: PSYCHOLOGY: IVaterbury: Kappa
Kappa GaIIIma: "Carol": Early to hed-never to rise
. . . Flirtations Feminity: junior Counselor, Newman,
KERR, MARGARET DOWNS: ENGLISH: Hamden:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Meg: Sleep time Gal . . . Sweet
and lovely . . . Girl Robin Hood: UCA, Archery, Nut-
KEVORKIAN, ARCHIBALD J.: PHARMACY: Hart-
ford: Kappa Psi: Corky: Outstanding leader . . . de-
lightfully extroverted . . . congenial, cooperative,
cheerful . . . 3 Student Council, Pres.: Glee Club:
A.PH.A.: junior Vice-President: A.A.: Baseball.
KILBRIDE, RICHARD VINCENT: INDUSTRIAL
ADMINISTRATION: Norwalk: Alpha Gamma Rho: Dick:
jack Armstrong, the All-American boy . . . dorm devil-
try . . . 3 Newman: Swimming, Intramural, Football,
KILLIAN, WILLIAM J.: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT:
KIMBALL, BETTY-jANE: CHILD DEVELOPINIENTQ
Stratford: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Bee-jay: Ballet Shoes
and "Slaughter" . . . Robert Allan . . . infectious
laughter: Choir, junior Variety Show.
KINDL, GEORGE FRANK: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
ING: Hartford: Newman.
KLAPPRODT, LORELIE j.: PSYCHOLOGY: Middle-
town: Alpha Delta Pi: Lorrie: not too nice, not too!
. . . ardent Yankee fan: Canterbury, Glee Club, Husky.
junior Counselor, Psychology, Varsity Basketball, Var-
KLATZKIE, ELAINE: SECRETARIAL STUDIES: New
Haven: Tall and tantilizing . . . wit supreme . . .
sincerity personified . . . did you? . . . Archery, Hillel.
KLEIN, DAVID R.: WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT: Man-
chester: Forestry, Ornithology.
KLEIN, WILLIAM FREDERICK: MARKETING: Wind-
sor: Lambda Chi Alpha: Baron: See you . . . Eeezee
Deezee . . . Blessed are the peacemakers: Arnold So-
ciety, Husky, Officers Club, TR-WVRUM.
KLOCZKO, STANLEY EDWARD: BACTERIOLOGY:
KOPCHIK, MICHAEL: FINANCE: Stratford: Mike:
Life without Sports isn't life: Intramural Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Tennis, Bowling.
KOPPELMAN, ARTHUR: ZooLoGY: New Haven.
KOSIKOWSKY, CLIFFORD J.: DAIRY MANAGEMENT:
KOZLOSKI, FELICIA A.: GOVERNNIENTQ Seymour:
Phil: "Where's Websters . . . violin fanatic . . . "hut
Dr. Marks says": Bridge, Basketball, Newman.
KRAL, FRED, JR., AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER, Manslield
Center, Kappa Sigma, Married veteran, one daughter
. . . likes painting and designing, Varsity Crosscountry,
Track, Campus, ASAE.
KRAMER, BURTON FRANK, ARTS AND SCIENCE,
KRAWCZYK, HENRY F., PHYSICS, Xvest Hartforcl.
KRICEK, JOSEPH V., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, West
KRIZAN, MARTIN, ACCOUNTING, Danbury, "Marty",
World IVar II Veteran, Intramural basketball, softball.
KRUTT, BERNARD, MARKETING, Hartford: Phi
Sigma Delta, Bernie, I may be an old softie, but . . .
You laugh, boy: just listen to this, TR Bowling.
KRUZSHAK, ALBERT LOUIS, INDUSTRIAL MANAGE-
MENTQ Trumbull, Phi Sigma Kappa, Al, YVilli-Let's
go . . . nope, Gotta study, Newman, SAM.
KRYSPIN, WALTER EDWARD, PRE-DENTISTRY,
Stamford, "Walt", The ten o'cl0ck sleeper . . . Come
on Cardinals . . . , Russian, Newman.
KRYZAK, WALTER J., INSURANCE, East Hartford.
KUCZYNSKI, RAYMOND JOHN, ACCOUNTING, Nauga-
tauk, "Kuch", Let no man say that school is work,
until he has tried work on the outside, Newman, Var-
sity Track, WTBY-Glee Club, WTBY-Dramatics.
KUNIN, LEONARD, BUSINESS, Bridgeport.
KURAS, CHESTER ANTHONY, AGRONOMYQ Suf-
field, Theta Xi, Chet, IVhy smoothie . . . flying low:
Intramural Foobtall, Basketball, Softball, Newman, Pi
LaBOMBARD, GORDON N., LANGUAGES, Bristol.
LaCAVA, JAMES J., Pre-Dental, Danbury.
LADAS, EDWARD V., PRE-DENTAL, Hartford.
LAING, MARY, NURSING, Waterbury.
LANCIA, TULLIO G., PHARMACY, Bridgeport, Kappa
Psi, Lance, RX-ability f45J -l- duty to girls f40j JV
personality Q30J : Tullio Lancia.
LANE, DAVID M., PHARMACY, Danbury, Dave,
Quiet but watch that dry sense of humor! . . . Base-
ball and "chickens" . . . , A.PH.A.
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LANE, ERNEST J.: INDIISTRIAL AnMINts'l'RA'l'IoN: Willi-
LANG, RALPH FRANK: MATHEMATICS: New
LANG, RAYMOND K.: l':NGlNl'1liRING1 XVindsor.
LANPHER, SHARON MARIE: ZooLoGY: New
Britain: Pi Beta Phi: "Sherrie": Transfer from St.
Josephs . . . loves to dance enjoys all manner of
parties: Campus, Newman.
LAPPEN, LESTER WARREN: MARRETING: Hart-
ford: Tau Epsilon Phi: Les: Figaro, the poor man's
Enzio Pinza . . . Dr. Georg N. Sunn, the humble mayor
of Storrs: Hillel, Raisin Cane, Hartford Vice Pres.
LAPUK. ROBERT AARON: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
Hartford: Tau Epsilon Phi: Bob: Tau Beta Pi, Chi
Epsilon, Engineers. A.S.C.E., Mediator.
LARSEN, KENNETH ROYCE: GGVERNMENT: Meriden:
Lambda Chi Alpha: Ken: It doesn't work . . . A
lVRUMie . . . The static isn't my fault: WRUM.
XVHUS, Senior Dance.
LARSON, ROBERT E.: PoUL'rRY: Portland: Alpha
LARSON, SELMA: AGRICULTURE: Roxbury.
LARSON, VIRGINIA: CQOVERNMENTC Gildersleeve:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Gini: Ol' Kappa Sig days . . .
witty and lovable . . . red PJ's: U.C.A., YV.S.G.C., Jr.
Counselor, I.R.C., Treasurer, Choir.
LASCHEVER, RICHARD: PHARMACY: Hartford:
Phi Epsilon Pi: Laschz Known for wild antics in class
. . . Adept at getting acquainted with strange women
. . . Coiner of cliches . . . : Junior Prom: Golf.
LASSEN, EDWARD JOHN: INSURANCE: New
Haven: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Eddie: I wish I could
sing like the 'Loh': Intramural Basketball, Insurance.
LATER. ELAINE C.: SOCIOLOGY: Hartford: Sociology,
LAWLOR, HARRY FLOYD: ENGINEERING, East
LEAHY, DENIS JOHN: ACCOUNTING: New Lon-
don: Denny: Delta Phi: a Happy Irishman . . . loves
his wife: Insurance Society, Newman, S.A.M.
LEIBOVITZ, HERBERT ALLEN: MARKETING: New
Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Leib: You were better as a
pledge . . . Herbie's next . . . Irv's buddy: A.M.A.,
Hillel. Intramural softball.
LEIPER, CHARLES HENRY: MECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Hartford: Theta Xi: Charlie: A.S.M ....
Have you seen Valley . . . Genevieve: Amateur Radio.
LENT, WESLEY E., JR.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Stan-
ford: Wes: Let's go out for coffee . . . Who won the
hall game: ASCE, Intramural Softball.
LEPORE, ANTHONY HENRY: INDUSTRIAL ADMIN-
IsrRA'rIoN: Plainville: Tony: Newman, S.A.M.
LESSLER, ALAN: SoGIoI.oGr-Psrci-IoI.oGr: Bridge-
port: Phi Sigma Delta: Mmm .... A hhllg Footlighters,
Inter-faith Council, Intramural Softball, Bowling, Bas-
ketball, Volleyball, Psychology, NVriter's.
LEUGMINAS, JOHN J.: M.-tkkl-1'I'ING: XVaterbury:
Lambda Chi Alpha: Newman, AMA.
LEVIN, RICHARD S.: AGGQUNIING: Hartford.
LEVINE, DAVID AARON: MIQGI-IANICAL ENGINI-:I-:Iv
ING: New Haven: Tau Epsilon Phi: Dave: "Got to
study!" . . . "where's Iny toothpasteP": A.S.M.E., Hillel,
LEVINE, DOROTHY JOAN: PsrcIIoI.oGr: Nor-
wich: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Dossy: Girl statistician . . .
Inost rambunctious girl in XVood . . . Pecorchick: Hillel,
LEVINE, PHII.IP: BTI-ICI'l.-XNICAI. ENGINEIQILING: Hart-
ford: Tau Epsilon Phi: Phil: Work enough, play
enough . . . An introvert: Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma,
Arnold Society, Officers Club, ASME, Hillel, Engineers.
LEVINE, ROBERT G.: ZooLoGI': New Haven.
LEVINE, SAMUEL: BTARKETINCQ Hartford: "Samui
His Bible: The Hartford Times .... i oke and smile
for everyone: Yukon Aviation, A.M.A., Hillel.
LEWIS, MARGARET ELLEN: PHrsIcAI. EDUC.-t'rIoN:
Mystic: Alpha Xi Delta: 'APeggy": Lassie . . . Gotta
clean the room . . . Stuffed Menagerie: Education, Field
Hockey, junior Counselor, P.E. Mayors, Tennis, YV.A.A.
LEWIS, WARREN GAVIN: PSYCHOLOGY: Niantic:
Phi Sigma Kappa: "Stretch": Frustrated Psychologist
. . . IVIII lovely, I'm engaged, I use Brillol: Varsity Cross
Country, Intramural Football, Aviation, U.C.A., Psy-
chology, Nutmeg, Tolland Hall House Council.
LINDGREN, TRAERS ANDREW: CIVIL ENGI-
NIQERING: Ansonia: Swede: Whose going down to C.C.
. . . Watch those Dodgers: ASCE, Intramural Basket-
ball, Football, Softball, UCA.
LIPSINER, IRVING: MARKI-g'1'ING: Bridgeport: Phi Ep-
silon Pi: "Dad": Set alarm for eight . . . if you had
any guts . . . horsekiller: XVRUM, TIDE, Intramural
LIPSKI, FRANK JOHN: M.-xIu4E'rING: Farmington:
Frank john: TV or no TV that is the question: New-
man Vice-Pres., Huskey, Mkt., Radio Amateur, Inter-
LIPTAK, EDWARD: ELECTRIC.-xl. ENGINEERING:
Bridgeport: Sigma Chi: Lip: "You're over the hump
. . . Plenty good: Intramural volleyball, softball, track.
LITIN, PAULINE ANNE: PsrGHoI.oGr: New Hart-
ford: Alpha Epsilon Phi: "Paul": Personality twice her
size . . . Madam Dean . . . "All right" . . . Hillel,
junior Counselor, junior Show.
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM R., JR.: ACCOUNTING:
LOBDELL, EDWARD C.: INIARKI-31:INc:: Fairheld:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Raisin' Cane.
LOHSE, DONALD R., PHARMACY, Bridgeport: Phi
Delta Chi, Don: Tall, tantalizing, neat dresser . . .
Sharp sense of humor . . . Red Sox enthusiast . . '
LOISELLE, WILLIAM D., CIVIL ENGINEERING, West
Hartford: Billy Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E.,
LOMBARDO, MICHAEL JOHN: ACCOUNTING:
Williamanticg Sigma Nug Mike, Instigator extraor-
dinary . . . a hustler with Q.P.'s to burn, Mediator,
Arnold Society: Officers Club, Newman.
LONGO, SAMUEL L.: CHEMISTRY, lVaterburyg Sam:
Husky . . . Newman, Sociology.
LOOBY, JOHN T., CHEMISTRY, Meriden.
LOOS, ELSIE LOUISAg EDUCATION: Rockvilleg
Alpha Xi Delta: Eltzie: "Just call me Mr. Anthony . . .
Did I tell you about my man?"g Education, Glee Club,
LOSCHIARO. ARTHUR, BUSINESS, New Haven.
LOUGHREY, HAROLD ARTHURQ ZOOLOGY1
Columbia, Art: He plays the trumpet, too.
LOZYNIAK, LILLIANg HOME ECONOMICS EDUCA-
TIONQ Westport, Lil, Outdoor girl . . . prankster . . .
sincere, Basketball, Home Economics, Junior Coun-
selor, Outing, Phi Upsilon Omicron, WAA.
LUNDEBJERG, JAMES T.g ACCOUNTING, Cornwall
LUNDGUIST, GEORGE W., ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
LYNCH, DONALD G.: HISTORY, East Hartford,
Dogg What's for chow at Whitney? . . . really now,
birds can't build nests, I.R.C.
LYNCH, THOMAS FRANCIS, INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRA-
TION: Stratfordg Tom, S.A.M.g A.M.A., Newman,
MACDONALD, LORNA S., ARTs AND SCIENCE, Glen-
MACIONE, JOSEPH ROBERT, MARKETING, Ivil-
limanticg Sigma Nug Joeg Yanks and the Cardinals!
. . . Conscientious, but easy going: AMA, Officers Club,
Newman, Intramural Basketball, Track.
MACKAS, GEORGE A.g ENGINEERING, Colchester.
MACKENZIE, EVELYN ALICE, CI-IEMISTRYQ Water-
fordg "Mac", Always smiling . . . puns galore . . . can't
eat todayg Junior Counselor, Rifle, UCA.
MACKENZIE, HUGH MAXWELL: DAIRY PRODUC-
TIONQ Hughieg Early to bed and early to rise . . .
cra7y 'bout Maisieg 4-H, Block and Bridle, Dairy.
MACKINNEL, JAMES N., JR., MARRETINC, East
Haven: Sigma Nu, Mack, I don't want to be tied down
. . . red face! Basketball, TR-Softball.
MAILLOUX, THOMAS F., ARTS AND SCIIQNCI-3:
MAKAUSKAS, JOHN A., MAllKE'l'lNCQ WVaterbury,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Big John, A.M.A., Newman.
MALASPINA, ANTHONY J., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING,
Waterbury, Mal, Hard work and perseverance are the
keys to success, Newman.
MALINOWSKI, GEORGE F., lNIARKl'1'l'lNC, East
Haven, Sigma' Chi, Mal, Ran out of gas again . . .
AMA, Insurance, Intramurals, Newman.
MALLOVE, HARVEY NEWTON, MARKETING:
New London, Phi Ep, "Mal", Frustrated athlete . . .
Room No. 401-Brawls nightly. TR-Basketball, TR-
Baseball, TR-Student Council, Senate, Political Speak-
ers Committee, Intramurals.
MANCINI, JOSEPH H., SPANISH, East Haven, Sigma
Chi: Joe, The Blue Beetle rolls . . . nine o'clock ex-
press, Education, Intramurals, Newman, Spanish.
MANGION, CHARLES, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,
Willimantic, Chuck, ASME, Amateur Radio, Engineers,
Pi Tau Sigma.
MANKE, HERBERT ROBERT, ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NICERINCQ Bristol, Herb, If I don't get started, I'11 never
hnish . . . let's dehne our terms, AIEE, Engineers,
MANLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS, PsrCHoLooY, An-
sonia, Bill, Extremely talkative . . . Always joking . . .
Loves baseball, German, Newman, Psychology, Varsity
MANN, ROBERTA JEAN, Fooos AND NUTRITION,
Storrs, Kappa Alpha Theta, Bimbi, Sparkling eyes, in-
fectious giggle, plus efficiency, Senate, Home Eco-
nomics, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Archery, Canterbury,
Student Facility Advisory Committee, Mortar Board.
MANTIGLIA, JOSEPH E., MARKETING: North
Haven, Joe, Oh! for the life of a civilianlg AMA,
Newman, SAM, UYVF.
MARCHESE, MARIO L., ARTS AND SCIENCE, Essex.
MARCUS, SAUL JACOB, SPANISH, Hartford, Busi-
ness-minded: Spanish, German.
MARRA, FREDERICK JOSEPH, NIARKETINCQ
YVest Haven, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball.
MARTENS, ROMEO JOSEPH, HISTORY, New Bed-
ford, "Romey", French.
MARTIN, JACK, ZOOLOGYQ New Haven, Phi Ep-
silon Pi, Josh, Bon voyage . . . Had another dream
. . . "slow ball" Martin, Hillel, Bridge, TR-Sailing.
MARTIN, NORMAN L., ZOOLOGYQ West Hart-
ford, Norm, Newman.
A .fa '
MARTINSON, GENEVIEVE PAULINE: PHILOSOPHY
ANII ENGLISH: East Norwalk: Kappa Kappa Gamma:
Sandy: Golden tresses . . . Nutmeg philosopher . . .
I. Q. girl: Campus, I.R.C., Junior Variety Show, Philos-
ophy, Players, Ski, YV.S.S.F.
MARUZO, FRANK G.: ACCOUNTING: Norwich.
MASLEY, PHILIP THOMAS: VOCATIONAI. TRAIN-
ING AGRIc:UL'I'URI-2: Wilsonville: Phil: Every Friday it's
home and Allllil for Phil . . . loves his "sack", too: Glee
Club, Newman. Education.
MASON, RICHARD A.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Hamden:
Sigma Chi: Dick: Ya can't beat Tamany Hall-ya never
had it so good-seen my latest actP: '49ers ASCE, TR-
MASSARO, CARL A.: PHARMACY: Hartford: Kappa
Psi: C.M.: Epitome of friendliness and knowledge . . .
Everybody's boy . . .: Pharma-Conn, Co-Editor: A.A.,
President: A.PH.A., Vice Pres.: Pho Chi: Yearbook:
MATHIS, JOHN PHILLIP: BUSINESS: Hamden:
Theta Xi: Little John: Loves to philsophize over cups
of coffee: Senior dance committee.
MATOSIAN, EDWARD G.: ECONOMICS: Bridegport:
Sigma Nu: Bib Ed: Sigma Nu Athlete . . . Be good to
me. I got a new car: Varsity Tennis, Mediator, Tide,
Cir. Manager Intramural Football. Basketball.
MATYI, EMILY LOUISE: PHARMACY: Bridegport:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Lambda Kappa Sigma: Emmie:
Queen. hazeled eyed beauty . . . Scintilating personal-
ity . . . reserved but not hard to know . . .: A.PH.A.,
Treas.: Sophomore Dance: Pharma-Conn: Chairman
MAXIMOWICZ, HENRY: CHmIIs'I'Ri': Norwich.
MAYERSON, BERTRAM L.: MUSIC: Yvillimantic.
MAZUREK, MARY CECILE: ENGLISH: Hartford:
Hartford transfer. Plans to teach: Education, Huskey,
MCADAMS, JOHN HENRY: SI-ANISH: New Haven:
Jack: Education, Newman, Spanish.
MCBRIDE. PAULINE JANET: BUSINESS: Clinton: Phi
MCCARTHY, FRANCIS BURKE: BIARKETINGQ Rock-
ville: Alpha Gamma Rho: Mac: Reverend . . . son of
Erin . . . quiet but dependable . . .: A.M.A., Newman.
MCCLELLAND, GVVYNETH JEAN: ARTS AND
r1qlCX'l'ILl'-'SQ Hamden: Delta Zeta: "Gwynn: Cute and
spunky . . . Bob and I: Block and Bridle, Home Eco-
MCDONALD, WILLIAM WESLEY, JR.: MARKE'l'lNG2
Hamden: Alpha Gamma Rho: Flicker: I'll sing at the
drop of a note-deer slayer-Gamma Rho prexy: Husky
MCDONOUGH, XVILLIAM F.: CHEMISTRY: Bridge-
NICGANN, THOMAS J.: MA'I'III-:AI.-x'I'ICs: Storrs.
MGGILL, JOHN P.: EcoNoMIcs: Fairfield.
MGGLOON, DONALD L.: l'ImRIxIAc:r: Fairfield:
Kappa Psi: Mac: Quiet, industrious, intelligent . . .
prepped at Notre Dame . . . Well liked.
MGGOWAN, FRANCIS EDWARD: BIARKETINCQ
Watertown: Ironman: WTBY Baseball, Intramural
Football, Softball, Varsity Baseball, Newman.
BICGOXVAN, WALTER ENGLISH: Watertown:
"Mac": "Sorry! I lost IIIy head." . . . hopes for radio.
television, or stage work: Newman, XVriter, Husky,
WTBY Baseball, Basketball, Players.
MGGUINNESS, JOSEPH PATRICK: HISTORY: New
Haven: SigIIIa Chi: Curly: Smiling Irishman . . . the
Governor: Education, Husky, Intramurals, Newman,
Varsity Baseball, Players, IRC.
IYICKENNEY, RITA ANN: NURSING: Canbury:
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Rcet: A born leader . . . big
tease . . . Q.P. gatherer . . . Mike and Kappa Sig:
XVhite Caps, Pres., Swimming: Newman, Sophomore
MGKITIS, GEORGE JAMES, JR.: HlS'l'ORX'-EDUCATION,
Torrington: "Mac": Education, Intramural Softball,
MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT H.: EI.rG'rRIG.xL ENGI-
BICLENNAN, THOMAS VICTOR: MARKETING:
IVaterbury: Mac: I like lollypops: Intramural Softball,
Newman, A.M.A., Insurance.
MGMANUS, JOSEPH F.: GOVIQRNMLNT: East Haven:
Sigma Chi: Joe: Why should I tell you . . . the eyes:
Arnold Society, IRC, NewInan, OfIicer's Club, TR-
MGNAMARA, FRANCIS TIMOTHY: GovLRNMENT:
Hlestbrook: Alpha Gamma Rho: Tim: Perpetual mo-
tion . . . a helping hand, a ready smile and . . . just
Sylvia: TR-Senate, TR-Central Treasurer, IRC, Husky.
Campus, Senate, Extra-curricular activities committee,
SDA Pres., Young Democrats, Junior Jackets, Nutmeg.
MGQUEENEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR: EGONOMIGS:
New Britain: Theta Xi: Mac: Fond of sports, wine,
women, and song: Aviation, Hartford Student Council,
Hartford Treasurer, Spanish, Officers Club, Arnold
Society, Intramural Football, Softball.
MEADE, JAY ARTHUR: INDUSTRIAL IXIANAGEMENT:
Tau Epsilon Phi: "Is she a QueenPl' . . . Monday nite
club, Hillel TR-Football, Intramural Baseball, Basket-
MEDVEDOW, LEON A.: MARKETING: New Haven:
Phi Epsilon Pi: Phil: Ujie-Bujie . . . King Philip . . .
coach: Hillel, AMA, WRUM, Intramural Volleyball,
MEIGS, ROBERT ARNOLD: CHEMISTRY, Berlin.
MENEGAY, LESTER ARMAND, JR.: EGoNoMIGs:
Bethel: "Moose": Restrained, conscientious . . . "Now
hear this!" . . . "Just sniff this letter!": U.C.A., Touch-
MENG, RICHARD BRUCE: ENGLISH: IVest Haven:
Theta Chi: Dick: TR-Band, TR-Orchestra, Husky
MENTUCCI, MATTHEW: CHEMISTRY: XVater-
bury: Matt: Newman, German.
MESKILL, WILLIAM M.: HISTORY: New Britain.
MESSIER, LEON FRANCIS, JR.: PLANT SCIIQNCE:
Columbia: "I.enny": Grille alumnus . . . weakness for
short, cute gals: Campus editor, Varsity Rifle, Chess,
Horticulture, Agriculture Council.
MILLAR, ROBERT NELSON: NIARKETINGQ Mil-
lord: Theta Chi: Bing.
MILLER, DONALD J.: AGRICULTURE: Rockville.
MILLER, ISABEL BECK: PSYCHOLOGY: East Haven:
Alpha Xi Delta: "Iz": Anybody seen my roommate?
I'm IIOt a bird-brained idiotlg Badminton, Basketball.
Fencing, Glee Club, Junior Counselor, Junior Play,
IRC, Outing, Psychology, Softball, UCA, Varsity.
MILLER, LILA P,: HISTORY: North Coventry:
Hard to know, but well worth the effort . . . future
MINSON, GRACE ELIZABETH: HOMI3 ECONOMICS
EDUCATION: Uncasville: "Gracie": Chet and his Model
A . . . hikes . . . NVhitney Cafe . . . laughter: Home
Economics, Intramurals, Outing, Phi Upsilon Omicron.
U.C.A., White Caps.
MISIEK. JOSEPH JOHN: INDUSTRIAL BIANACEMENTZ
MODRY, JOAN LEE: ENGLISH: Stamford: Muttle:
Day sleeper-night owl . . . kickeroon: Hillel, Huskey,
MOFFAT, JOHN R.: AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING:
Cobalt: Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
MOLSKI, IRENE HEDIVIGA: ENGLISH EDUCATION:
Southingtong Our gift from St. Joseph College . . .
stately grace and smile . . . Mademoiselle: Education,
ISO, Newman, IVSGA.
MONGILLO, CARMEN JULIUS: GOVERNMENT:
Derby: "Red": Philosophy . . .: the eternal quest for
the elusive dollar: Newman,
MONROE, MARY ELLEN: FOODS AND NUTRITION:
New Fairfield: Alpha Xi Delta: "M.E.": Bob . . .
llunking chemistry . . . collecting good junk . . . 4-H,
Home Economics, U.C.A.
MONTGOMERY, ALFRED T.: INDUSTRIAL ADBIINIS-
TRATION: New Haven.
MOORE, JEAN MARIE: PSYCHOLOGY: Stratford:
Kappa Kappa Gama: Jeannie: "It's odd . . . what's
wrong with the Ag's!" . . . QP girl: Junior Counselor,
MORAN, A. JOYCE: HISTORY-EDUC.'KTIONQ Stamford:
Delta Zeta: amoeba . . . administrator . . . atomic
energy: Debating, I.R.C., Junior Counselor, Junior
Social Chairman, Newman, W.S.G.C., W.S.S.F.
MORAN, ELEANOR M.: PHARMACY: Waterbury:
Lambda Kappa Sigma: "E1": Always a smile, never a
complaint . . . She charmed us all . . .: Pharma-Conn:
Class Ring: Cosmetic.
MORGAN, JOHN S.: ARTS AND SCIENCE: West
MORIARTY, ORIL ESTELLE: ENGLISH: Willimantic:
Reading, writing, Richard . . . Libestrauin-Lobster
. . . "I fled him down the labyrinthe ways": Newman,
MOROSKO, JOSEPH A.: PIIARMACY: Ansonia:
Guns: Mischief dwells within . . . Generally speaking,
he's generally speaking . . .: Baseball, Ping Pong, Bowl-
MORRIS, EARLE J.: HISTORY: Milford.
MORRIS, WALTER XV., JR.: CHEMISTRY: Hazardville:
Theta Xi: Uncle Walt: Let's shoot into Willi . . . Let's
have one for behind my ear . . . Trichlorophenyl-
drazine, tastes goodl: Players, MahtenIatics, ACS.
MORRISON, SHERMAN P.: CIVIL ENGINEERING!
MORYTKO, JOHN ANDREW: SOCIOLOGY: Willi-
IIIZIIIIICQ Johnny: Engineers, Intramural Softball, Mathe-
matics, Newman, Physics, Sociology.
MOSKOWITZ, RICHARD H.: BUSINESS: Jewett City.
MOULTON, LYLE KIMBALL: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
Norwich: "Sam": I don't know about that, boy . . .
noted for grinding: Intramural Basketball, ASCE, Chi
MOULTON, SALLY I.: ENGLISH EDUCATION: South
Windsor: Delta Zeta: Next weekend . . . farms and
flowers . . . natural beauty . . . Aviation, Education,
MOYEL, ROBERT A.: ZooLoGY AND CHEMISTRY: Nor-
wich: Tau Epsilon Phi: Bobby: Campus Exchange Edi-
tor, Intramural Basketball.
MOYLE, PATRICIA J.: SOCIOLOGY: Storrs.
MUDRY, MICHAEL: MATHEMATICS: Danbury:
Mike: "Going to the grille?" . . . Q.P. mad . . . Red
Sox and Sinatra: Course Critique, German, Glee Club,
Newman, Tutoring Pool.
MULCAHY, JOSEPH FRANCIS: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
Norwich: Red: Old married man with family . . . Gets
a kick out of life: ASCE.
MULVEY, JOHN J.: PHARMACY: Bridgeport: Phi
Delta Chi: Jack: A cheerful word, a friendly smile . . .
individualistic but approachable: Baseball: Ping Pong:
MUNSON, GEORGE ELLSWORTH, JR.: ELEC-
TRICAL ENGINEERING: East Haven: Lambda Chi Alpha:
MURAIVSKI, JOSEPH E.: PHARMACY: Terryville:
Phi Delta Chi: Joe: Weekends in Terryville for senti-
mental reasons . . . definite ideas on life . . .: Basket-
ball, A.PH.A., Bowling, Ping Pong.
MURPHY, DEBORAH: SoCIoLoGY: Mfaterburyz
Delta Zeta: "Debby": Petite miss . . . Irish eyes . . .
classics enthusiast . . . I forgot . . . Newman, Sociology.
MURPHY, EDWIN SERRE, JR.: MARKETING: West-
port: Lambda Chi Alpha: "Ned": "Who's buying?"
. . . Petey, 7:29 . . . "Best back seat in the countryl":
Shaft. Touchstone, TR-Footlighters, AMA.
MURPHY, HELEN C.: FRENCH: New Britain.
MURPHY, MARION SHEILA: PHYSICAL EDUCA-
TION: Waterbury: "Murph": Love the Brooklyn
Dodgers . . . mad about Brahms and Dixie: Badminton,
Basketball, Dramatics, Field Hockey, Glee Club, Intra-
murals, ISO, Newman, Softball, Swimming, Tennis.
MURRAY, ANNE MARIE: PSYCHOLOGY: West Hart-
ford: Phi Mu: "Anne": Sexy prexy . . . Charlie, my
boy . . . watch that backstroke . . . Glee Club, New-
man, Ski, Swimming, Tennis, Varsity, W.A.A.
MYERS, MILTON LINWOOD: GOVERNMENT: Dan-
ielson: Theta Chi: Mity: TR-Laurel, TR-Radio, TR-
MYERS, NORINE C.: SOCIOLOGY: Bridgeport:
Alpha Delta Pi: "Reen": Newman, WSGC.
NALVEN, DANIEL J.: MARKETING: Newton.
NATALIE: JAMES A.: PHARMACY: Portland: "Jim":
Spends leisure with son, Jim Jr. and daughter, Ginna
. . . Coladarchi's pet.
NEAG, SEVIER, JR.: MARKETING: Torrington.
NEGRI, JOSEPH JAMES: ZooLoGY: New Britain: Joe:
Friendly disposition and a good general knowledge . . .
many friends . . . major interest in medicine: Intra-
mural Baseball, Basketball.
NEKRITZ, JEROME: POLITICAL SCIENCE: Hartford:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Jerry: Think I'll play Puccini for
the Opera Room: Education, Hillel, Husky, IRC.
NELSON, CAROL HOPE: GEOLOGY: Willimantic:
Alpha Delta Pi: Got to catch the bus . . . those won-
derful engineersl . . . Archery, Geology, UCA.
NELSON, ROBERT W.: HISTORY: Fairfield: Sigma
Alpha Epsilon: Nels: The Willowbrook Road Wan-
derer . . . A laugh for every occasion: Husky, Soph.
Class Treasurer, Director Soph. Minstrel, Jr. Jacket
and Ring Committee, U.C.A., OHicer's Club, Frosh
NEMSER, ELINOR A.: PHARMACY: Hartford:
Lambda Kappa Sigma: El: Faithful friend . . . Hard
worker with a blithe sense of humor . . . Happy-go-
lucky . . .: Pharma-Conn, A.PH.A., Cosmetic, Bowling.
NEUSHER, SANDRA DOROTHY: BUSINESS An-
MINIsTRATIoN: West Hartford: Phi Sigma Sigma:
"Sandy": Extra-curricular kid . . . Library loafer . . ,
Intellectual curiosity, sweet, sincere: Campus, Hillel,
Hillel Huskey, Hillel Key Assoc. Editor, IZFA, Junior
NEZAMES, HERCULES THEODOS: ENGINEERING:
Hartford: Jim: Rules and regulations were made to be
broken . . . Never admits defeat . . . Friendly, easy
NICHOLS, FRANKLIN WARNER: MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING: Waterbury: Nick: A.S.M.E.
NICHOLS, MILTON E.: INSURANCE: East Hamp-
ton: Alpha Gamma Rho: "Nick": Want to go to New
York? . . . Hey, idiot . . . loose muscle: Insurance,
Newman, ROTC OfIicer's Club, "C" Club, Soccer, Bas-
NOONAN, JOHN L., MARKETING, Jack, A clean cut
kid,! I.S.O., A.M.A., Newman.
NORMAN, JOHN RICHARD, ACCOUNTING, West
Haven, Junior College of Commerce Transfer . . .
married, has one child, Concert Band, UCA.
NUTILE, CARROLL L., IDRE-MED, North Haven,
Alpha Xi Delta, "Salome", Doo de do . . . table
dancer . . . For gootness zake-schmilelg Blue and
White, Glee Club, Junior Counselor, Panhellenic
Council, Huskey, NV.S.G.C.
O'BRIEN, DONALD JOSEPH, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
INCL Danbury, "Osie", Chess, A.I.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu.
O'BRIEN, HENRY W., INSURANCE, New Haven,
"Hank", "Buckets O'Brien" . . . Alias Dane Clark,
Newman, Varsity Tennis, Intramural Basketball and
O'CONNELL, EDYVARD Y., GOVERNNIENTQ Staf-
ford Springs, Theta Xi, Ed, Talk a lot and let 'em
know you're there, Arnold Society, Aviation, OfHcer's
O'CONNELL, WILLIAM C., GOVERNMENT, East Hart-
ford, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lefty, "The name is
'Lefty', not 'Hank' " . . . "Only studied for an hour",
Newman, Campus, Mediator, Junior Class Executive
Committee, OIhcer's Club, Freshman Basketball, Intra-
mural Basketball, Track.
O'DONOHUE, NANCY J., ENGLISH, Hartford,
Ycnan Euhonodo . . . dry wit . . . St. Joe Transfer . . .
independent, Debating, Glee Club, ISO, Newman,
OLDS, CLAIRE M., PSYCHOLOGY, Manchester,
Former B.U. Girl . . . Busy weekends . . . Potential
OLSEN, JOHN, FORESTRY: Mansfield Center.
OLSON, WALLACE I., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,
Stamford, Wally, No more tea bags, Rod-Jeepers-
where'd that enthropy go to?, ASME, I.V.C.F., Intra-
mural Basketball, Baseball, TR-Math, I.S.O.
O'NEIL, ROBERT JAMES, INSURANCE, Winsted,
Alpha Gamma Rho, Bob, Pride of the marines . . .
let's wrestle . . . P0oche's roommate, Newman, JV
OPINSKY, JACK S., ZOOLOCYQ Hartford, Phi Sigma
Delta, "Jacko", His line of Gab . . . Caused a lot of
laughs, Tower, Huskey, Hillel, Officer's Club, Arnold
OPPEL, BARBARA CELIA, HISTORY AND EDUCA-
TIONQ Branford, Delta Zeta, "Bobbi", I'm HUNGRY!!!
. . . always rushing . . . never dateless, Canterbury,
Education, Junior Counselor, Panhellenic, Sophomore
ORABONA, JOHN JOSEPH, IVIARKETINGQ New
Haven, John, Anyone want to go to QuebecP, Touch-
ORANTAS, EDWARD ANTHONY, INDUSTRIAL An-
ORLAWSKI, FRANCIS JOHN, GEOLOGY, Nauga-
tuck, Cy, IVake me up at noon, Mike . . . Meriden
Express . . . Double the guards, Newman.
ORNSTEIN, GEORGE N., MATHEMATICS, Nor-
O'SHEA, DANIEL W., GENERAL FARMINGQ Deep River.
O'TOOLE GEORGE E., PHARMACY, Naugatuck,
Kappa Psi, O'Toole, Charter Member of "Duncan
Fife1s", Terrific snapshot collection . . ., Bowling,
A.PH.A., IntI'a-Fraternity Committee.
PAGE, RENE JOSEPH, INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT,
Danielson, "joe", A girl at W.S.T.C .... me, joe
Page, and the Yankees, Intramural Basketball, Foot-
ball, Softball, Newman, S.A.M.
PALMER, LOIS C., ENGLISH EDUCATION, Ellington, Pi
Beta Phi, Auntie Lois . . . procrastinator . . . ginger
snap eyes . . . Choir, Education, junior Counselor:
PANTELIS, PETER G., INDUSTRIAL BIANAGEMENTQ
Waterford, "Pete", Insurance, S.A.M.
PAPPALARDO, ANGELO JOHN, ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERINGQ Hartford, Newman, Tau Beta Pi.
PARENTE, JOLINE, PUBLIC HEALTII NURSING,
PARKER, DONALD RICHARD, INDUSTRY, West
Haven, Theta Chi, Don, Not a Sinner, Not a Saint . . .
Newman, TR-Tide, Intramural: Basketball, Softball.
PARKER, ROBERT GLENTWORTH, PSYCHOLOGY,
Passaic, New jersey, Ace, Inveterate connoisseur of
beverages and lovely ladies.
PARKIN, WILLIS EDMUND, DAIRY MANUFACTURING,
Meriden, Nvill, Married veteran . . . conscientious in
striving for his goal, Dairy, Vice-Pres., Pi Alpha Sigma.
PASCULANO, JOSEPH WILLIAM, HISTORY,
Middletown, Joe, There is no greater inspiration than
that generated by supplying to the hungry human
spirit the vitamins of a genuine, sincere appreciation,
PATCHETT, ISABEL S., INDUSTRY, East Hartford,
jean, Commuter . . . likes bowling and Hartford
PATERSON, MARY A., HOINIE ECONOMICS, Middle-
town, Pi Beta Phi, "Pat", Partial to tall blonds . . .
1950 Coved Colonel . . . helpful . . . quiet hours . . .
what a day . . . night owl . . . good enough! . . . 4H
Club, Home Economics, UCA.
PATTERSON, RICHARD GEORGE, PRE-LAW,
Hartford, Dick, HTFD-Current Affairs, Newman,
PAULL, RICHARD L., CIVIL ENGINEERING, Hartford,
Dick, Is it practical? . . . You think sol, I.Z.F.A.,
Hillel, A.S.C.E., TR-Glee Club, Alpha Phi Omega.
PAZDZIORA, STANLEY MICHAEL, GEOLOGY,
Hartford, Stas, IRC, Geology, Newman.
PEARLMAN, MARVIN, MARKETING, Hartford,
Phi Epsilon Pi, Marv, They never called Bolger the
"Mouse" . . . Some dresser, lady killer, Hillel, Tr. De-
PECK, HENRY A.: B.-xG'rERloI.oGv: New Britain: Hank:
PELTZER, NORMAN ARTHUR: MARKIf,'I'lNG1
Plainville: Sigma Chi: Norm Oriental philosophy and
lVestern friendliness . . . Interesting instigator: AMA,
Glee Club, SDA.
PERFETTE, ANDREW RAYMOND: ZooLoGx':
New Haven: Andy: Think I'll hit the sack . . . Who
stole Iny zoo notes? ..., Always smiling' Fencing, TR-
Bank, Italian, Biology. Newman.
PETERSEN, VERNON O.: HlS'l'ORX" Manchester.
PETERSON, EDWARD JOHN: EI.I'1C1'RIC.-xL ENGI-
NEERING: Meriden: Alpha Sigma Phi Jack: Intramural
PETERSON, JUNE AUDREY: ENGLIsH: New
Britain: Pi Beta Phi: "Pete": Sweet, neat, and petite
. . . Hill-Ka-Boo . . . "Look what Gus gave me!" . . .
Junior Counselor, Lutheran, Tennis, UCA.
PETERSON, KURT E.: ENGINEERING: Newington:
PETROFSKY, GLORIA: PsrCHoLoGY: Lebanon:
Glo: Peaches and cream complexion, and a heart of
gold . . . "Hey kids! Ed's coming up!": Aviation, New-
PETRUS, THERESA M.: ENGLISH! Middletown: Tree:
A swell pal, lot's of fun, and she doesn't miss a trick:
Debating, Education, Newman.
PFRANG. EDWARD O.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Ed:
TR-Economics Forum, TR-Math, ASCE, Chi Epsilon,
Tau Beta Pi.
PHILIPP, RICHARD FRANK: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEERING: Norwich: "Flip": "Well, I'11 be-" . . . al-
ways hungry, always studying: AIEE, Intramural Volley
PICKETT, EDXVARD F.: PHARMACY: Bridgeport:
Greg: Ping Pong enthusiast . . . a ready smile . . .
absolute abhorance for Yankees . . . : Baseball, Bowl-
ing: Pinochle Derby: Ping Pong . . .
PIERCE, ROBERT GODFREY: ZooLoGY: New
Haven, Phi Epsilon Pi: "Stick" Dreams of pots and
Karen . . . Pipe it off once . . . Biology, N.S.A., Sailing.
PILLION, LOUIS B.: INSURANCE.
PINOLA, AUGUST JOHN: INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY:
PINTOFF, PHILIP LEON: PsYCHoI.oGY: Water-
town: Alpha Epsilon Pi. .
PISKOR, JOHN: MARKETING: Hartford: "Jona-
than": Working tonight, boys! . . . Sound sleeper . . .
Foreign movie fan . . . Early bird . . . Newman, I.S.O.,
PITMAN, LESLIE NORMAN: Z0oLoGY: Norwalk:
PLAVNICKY, MARY ANN: ENGLISH: Bridgeport:
Delta Zeta: "Nikki": Spectator sports . . . tickets and
programs . . . Drifter and dreamer: Archery, Newman,
PLEPIICR, SANFORD J.: M.iXRKl?'l'INfLj Bridgeport.
PLESA, MICHAEL LEROY: INSURANCE: Rockville:
Mike: XVhat the devil!!: TR-Soccer, Track.
PLONOWSKI, FRANCIS S.: CHEMISTRY: Columbia:
Sigma Nu: Frank: Commuter who gets around . . .
going to the PNH Thursday Nite? . . . Photography
enthusiast: Arnold Society. Ofhcers Club,
PLUNKETT, MARGARET ELIZABETH: ENG-
I.IsH: New Haven: Alpha Xi Delta: "Marge": I gotta
meeting . . . "The Persian Kitten" . . . I resign:
"Campus", Glee Club. Finance Chairman, I.S.O.,
Junior Secretary, Student Counselors Chairman, Stu-
dent Senate, Softball, Varsity, WHUS, W.S.G.C.
PODHEISER, A.: HlS'FORY'j XVest Haven.
POLLETA, GREGORY T.: ENGLISH: lVaterbury:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Dr. Jazz . . . The Wandered . . .
YVTBY4French, YfVriters, XVTBY-Begnalight. Student
POLVANI, DORIN J.: INSURANCE: Meriden.
POPYLISEN, DANIEL: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: New
Haven: Pop: AIEE.
PORTER. WILLIAM M.: ARTS AND SCIENCE: Middle-
PORZIO, ANTHONY J.: MECHANICAL ENGINEER!
ING: Ivaterbury: ASME, Engineers, Newman.
POST, BETTY LOUISE: NURSING: East Haven: Delta
Zeta: Postie: Five feet two, eyes of blue . . . partial to
doctors . . . infectious laugh: Ivhite Caps, Sec'y, Choir,
POWERS, JAMES JOSEPH, JR.: MATH.: Meriden:
Alpha Sigma Phi: Jim: Newman.
PRATT, ROBERT ARTHUR: PSYCHOLOGY: New
Haven: Theta Xi: Bob: YVhat a fox-pass . . . Intra-
mural Bowling, Softball, Psych.
PRESUTTI, VICTOR A.: CIvII. ENGINEERING: Hart-
ford: Vic: Newman.
PREVIS, WILLIAM A.: INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION:
Lambda Chi Alpha: Bill: Newman, Fort Trumbull
PRITCHARD, MILTON J.: MARKETING: Hartford:
PROCTOR, DAVID GILII: GovLRNMIiN'r, Waterford,
Prock, Lawyer or writer . . . the Providence Kid . . .
eagle-eye . . . Nicely intellectual, Campus, Canterbury,
ISO, Varsity Rifle.
PRSYBYLOSKI, EDWARD Z., MIf,Cll.ItNlCAL IQNCI-
PUMERANTZ, ROBERT GEORGE, BIARKli'I'lNGj
New London, Tau Epsilon Phi, Punch, What's the
good word? . . . Ya gotta make a living . . . Pet peeve,
Q.P.'s., AMA, Hillel, Intramural football, TR-French.
PURSELL, JOHN W., CvOVERNMl7Nl'Q Milford, Bud,
"On the contrary, women should never have been
given the y0te.", Newman, Mock Legislature, I.R.C.
PURVIS, GERALD WILBUR, ACCOUNIING: Lisbon.
PYE, RICHARD THOMAS, CHI2IxIIs'I'RY, Old
Greenwich, Alpha Gamma Rho: Dick, Five foot two
and eyes of blue-I'd go out with you again but I
don't want to get involved, NVHUS, University Choir.
QUENK, ALEXANDER T., PHILosoI'HY, Bridgeport,
AI, Pardon Ine-Stan Kenton?-tremendously-take
good notes, Philosophy, I.S.O.
QUINLAN, CONRAD S.: Zo0LoGY, Hartford.
QUIRICI, ANTHONY, INSURANCE: Waterbury,
Tony: Insurance, Newman.
RABINOWITZ, CHARLES MYRON, ELECTRICAL EN-
GINEICRINGQ Stamford, Charlie, I think, therefore I am.
But what am I? I do not yet know, Tau Beta Pi,
Etta Kappa Nu.
RACHETER, CHERIE JANICE, HISTORY, Torring-
ton, Red hair and curly lashes . . . IVood Hall's Clifton
Fadiman, Campus, Canterbury, Education, Junior
Counselor, Players, Spanish, UCA.
RAHIKKA, XVILMA A., PSYCHOLOGY, Newtown:
Delta Zeta, "Willi", Tall, Terrific . . . dramatic al-
ways . . . witty . . . "St, Joan", Players.
RAISSI, SHIRLEY, GOYERNMENT: Thompsonville,
Delta Zeta, "Racey", Sincerity personified . . . Music
enthusiast . . . efficient, Choir, Interfaith Council,
Junior Counselor, U.C.A.
RAPPA, RICHARD F., PHARMACYQ New Haven,
Dick, Terrific smile . . . Big brother complex . . .
pleasant personality . . . , Pharma-Conn, Circulation
RAPPOPORT, JOAN ANNE: ENGLISH, Bridge-
port, Alpha Epsilon Phi, "Joanie", Rabid Tiger fan
. . . "Heart and Soul" . . . small and sweet . . . Hillel,
Junior Show, Panhellenic Council.
RASCATI, SALVATORE A.: ENGINEERING, New
RAUSSECK, HERBERT PAUL, BUSINESS ADMIN-
ISTRATIONQ New Haven, Herb, "Anyone seen my Post?"
. . . "1 A.M.-Time to study", Economics, IVRUM,
SAM, Outing, TR-Baseball Manager.
REALE, JOHN PHILIP, PSYCHOLOGY, New Brit-
ain, "Johnny", Exuberant, impulsive . . . "Want a
coke?" . . . 'Tm repressing", Newman, Italian, Psy-
'Y of' x
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M A xy X
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REARDON, CHARLOTTE FRANCES: ENGLISH: Nor-
walk! Sah: "Lets listen to funny programs" . . . "Hello
little chicken" . . . "Come inl": Archery, Swimming.
RECAN, JAMES JOSEPH: INbUs'IRI.xI. PsYCHoLoGY:
Rockville: Jinnny: NVell, YVhat aIII I supposed to do?
Jump through a hoop?
REGAN, MADALINE ROSE: ZooI.oGY: Tolland:
Phi Mu: Artistic . . . wardrobe deluxe . . . that cos-
mopolitan look . . . a winsome lass . . . divinely tall:
Archery, Education, Junior Counselor, Newman,
REGAN, THOMAS ECCLES: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
REILLY, JOHN J.: PHARMACY: Bridgeport: Kappa
Psi: Jack: Charter Member of "Duncan Fofers" . . .
The Jester . . . 3 Bowling.
REISENBERG, MORTON: PHARMACY: New
Haven: Rho Pi Phi: Mort: Outside activities seemed
to be the topic for endless discussion and ribbing . . .:
REMBISZ, THEODORE STANLEY: HlSTORX'1 New
RENNER, FREDERICK GEORGE: HISTORX'Q Bethel:
"Fred": Can't wait until Friday . . . nIy "Curly":
Alpha Phi Omega, TR-GERMAN, Intramural basket-
ball and softball.
REPKO, JAMES J.: ITISIORYQ Danbury.
RESNIK. HOWARD JACOB: BUSINESS: New Haven.
RETALLICK, CARROLL E.: ACCOUNTING: Bantam:
Red: Canterbury, Insurance Society.
RETALLICK. FRANCIS D.: MECHANICAL ENGI-
RETTENMEYER, PAUL F.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
REUTENAUER, WILLIAM EUGENE: PHARMACY:
Hamden: Phi Delta Chi: Bill: Cheerful, friendly, sense
ol humor . . . industrious individual . . . Glee Club:
Bowling: Ping Pong.
REYNOLDS, THOMAS F.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
RHINEHART, ARTHUR P.: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
RHEINHART, JOAN FRANCES: CHEMISTRY: Stam-
ford: Kappa Alpha Theta: Philosopher and scientist,
beautiful, and loyal . . . to Theta and Doc: Badminton,
Baseball, Campus, Cheerleaders, Glee Club, Nutmeg,
RICE, JOHN A.: AGRICULTURE: Meriden.
RICHARD, DAVID ALLEN: ACCOUNTING: Westport:
"Dave": Are you pulling my leg . . . Don't insult my
fill' . . .
RICHARDS, ROBERT WILLIAM: HIs'I'oRx': Ham-
den: Sigma Chi: Bob: everyone have a date? . . . no
IHOFC fooling, let's study: Education, IRC, Newman.
RICHARDSON, CHARLES VICTOR, JR.: Hus-
TORY: Byram: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chase: Speak to
me in accents sweet . . . SAE choir: lfederalist, IRC,
Intramural Basketball. Newman.
RICHARDSON, GEORGE IVILLIAM: ENGINEERING:
RICHARDSON, ROBERT H.: FINANCE: Naugatuck:
Alpha Sigma Phi: Rip.
RICHMOND, JOHN P.: BUSINESS: Darien: Sigma
Chi: Liked and admired by all who know him . . .
Nutmeg Business Manager.
RICKER, DAVID THACHER: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
Norwich Town: Theta Xi: Dave: Hi! what say? . . .
got to get on the ball: Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, ASCE,
Engineers, TR-IVriter's, TR-Math, Intramural soft-
RIEDEL, JOSEPH M.: PHYSICS: Newington: Tell
them I'm froIn Texas.
RIGGS, WILLIAM D.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING:
RINDGE, JANICE M.: FRENCH: Clinton: Chi Delta
Delta: "Jann: Transfer from Roanoke College, Salem,
RING, NINA VIRGINIA: SoCIoI,oGY: Ivatertown:
Social Chairman, Sociology, WSGC.
RINTOUL, WILLIAM M.: PSYCHOLOGY: West-
RIOTTE, ROBERT J.: INSURANCE: VVallingford: Alpha
Sigma Phi: Bob: Insurance, Newman, WRUM, WHUS.
RIOUX, WILLIAM DONALD: CIVIL ENGINEERING:
Plainfield: Bill: TR-Student Council, Intramural bas-
RITTER, ERNEST RICHARD: MECHANICAL EN-
GINEERING: Bristol: Phi Sigma Kappa: Ernie: A.S.M.E.,
ROBINSON, JOHN J.: CHEMISTRY: X'Vallingford: Alpha
Sigma Phi: Robby: Johnny Cokim . . . Mfie geht's . . .
Blueberry Hill . . . : Newman.
ROLLINS, PATRICIA: SECRETARIAI. STUDIES: Storrs:
Kappa Kappa Gamma: "Patsy": A queen . . . loyal
to the purple and gold . . . talent and beauty: Archery,
Junior Class-Executive Committee, Junior Counselor,
Nutmeg-Associate Editor, University Choir: Mortar
RONALTER, RALPH J.: MARKETING: Stafford
ROSA, ANTHONY V.: MEGHANIGAI. ENGINEERING:
ROSANIA, EDWARD P.: INSURANCE: Wethersfield:
Theta Chi: "Edu: TR-Sailing, WRUM, Husky, Insur-
ROSENBAUM, GILBERT I,.: Zo0l.oGY.
ROSENTHAL, MARK A.: PRE-MED: West Hartford.
ROSCOIV, BRUCE RAY: MARKETING: Hartford: Phi
Sigma Delta: Bru: Phi Sig's one-man basketball team
. . . shy til he met "the one": Hartford Basketball,
Intramural Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track:
ROSCOW, MARCIA BRETTSCHNEIDER: PSY-
GHoLoGY: Willimanitc: Alpha Epsilon Phi: "Put the
Blame on Manic" . . . Marriage is bliss . . .Brucie
'mmm!: junior Show, Hillel.
ROSS, FRANCIS V.
ROSSETTI, MICHAEL A.: BAGTERIOLOGY: Hartford.
ROTHERFORTH, WILLIAM R.: ENGINEERING:
ROTHSTEIN, DAVID M.: MARKETING: NVest Hart-
ford: Tau Epsilon Phi: Dove: Lover . . . Monday
night shoots: Hillel, Intramural Softball, Volleyball.
RUBBO, ROCCO MICHAEL: ENGLISH: Waterbury:
Phi Sigma Kappa: Rocci: Relax now . . . The Opera
Room: Begnalight, Yearbook-Associate Editor, Glee
Club, Student Council, IVaterbury Players, Education.
Husky, Newman, Sociology.
RUBENSTEIN, SYBIL R.: SoGIoLoGY: New
Britain: Phi Sigma Sigma: "Syb": Friendly smile . . .
mad about show business: Glee, Hillel, Sociology.
RUGGIE, DOROTHY FRANCES: ART AND TEXTII,ESC
Thomaston: Delta Zeta: "Dottie": Wooden matches . . .
the eyes have it . . . Mademoiselle . . . A.M.A., Yukon
RUGGIERO, GENNARO: EGoNoMIcs: West Haven:
"Gene": "Best proctor on Comet 3" . . . "Let's assume"
. . . "Crusader": Newman, Economic Forum, Psychol-
ogy, IRC, Inter-Faith Council.
RUGGIERO, JOSEPH E.: Music EnUGArIoN:
RUNDBAKEN. BERYL MIRIAM: SocIoLoGY: Hart-
ford: "Berylie": Red-head minus temper . . . subtle
humor . . . conservative radical: Hillel, IZFA-presi-
dent, NAACP, Sociology.
RUSESKI, PETER P.: BAGTERIOLOGY: Bridgeport.
RUSSELL, ALVAH A.: ENGINEERING: Glastonbury.
RUSSELL, GEORGE S., GOVERNMENT, Waterbury,
Rusty: WTBY-Glee Club, Dramatic, Socio-EC, French,
I.R.C., Junior Executive Committee, Senate, I.S.O.
RYACK, BERNARD L., BUSINESS, Ivatcrbury.
RYAN, ALICE D., I'IISTORYj Stamford.
RYAN, RUTH MARY, SOCIOLOGY, Manchester,
Ruthie, Gay .. . friendly . . . a word and a sIIIile for
everyone: Huskey, NewInan.
RYBECK, JAMES P., FINANCE, Meriden, Sigma Nu,
Pete, Grille job tonite, Mac . . . Tall and Bashful,
JV Basketball, TR-Basketball, U.C.A.
SABIN, HELEN JEAN, PHILOSOPHY, New Haven,
Pi Beta Phi, Larson transfer . . . Oh! Those Yalies . . .
. . . Mad philosopher and artist . . . Intramurals,
SABOTKA, EDWARD, MARKETING, INindSor Locks.
SADOWSKI, ELEANOR M., SPANISHQ Fairfield,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ellie, Tomato Juice 'n tooth-
brushes . . . good listener . . . unusual giggle, Bridge.
Campus, Education, Junior Counselor.
SALVIN, ARTHUR HARRIS, MARKETING, East
Norwalk, Phi Sigma Delta, "Art", Buddies . . . SlIe'S
just a date . . . Great party, Hillel, Spanish, TR-Vol-
SAMUELS, STANLEY L., INDUSTRIAL MANAGI2IxILNT,
New Haven, Pete, S.A.M., I.S.O.
SANDOR, PAUL F., INSURANCE, Portland.
SANFORD, KENNETH JOHN, VOCATIONAL AGRI-
CULTURE, Lakeside, "Ken". Save your money . . . I'll
bet a nickel . . . A farmer at heart.
SAPPERN, DONALD, BUSINESS, Stamford, Phi Epsilon
Pi, Donzo, Bob, grab your horn, Al get your drums,
and let'S go off our "cugle", Intramural baseball, bas-
ketball and football, Hillel, Marketing.
SARGEANT, VERNE IRENE, HISTORY EDUCATION,
Stratford, Delta Zeta, "Sarge", Bubbles, Beer, and Bob
. . . chatterbox . . . sarcastic wit, Education, Junior
Counselor, Newman, Players.
SARIN, LEON, EDUCATION, New Britain.
SARKES, THOMAS J., INDUSTRIAL B'IANAGEMEN'l'j Sey-
mour, TR-Football, Varsity Track, Newman.
SAVAGE, DONALD EDWARD, IYIECHANICAL ENGI-
NEERING1 Oakville, Doc, ASME, Newman.
SAVVA, GEORGE, ENGINEERING, Hartford.
SCARPELLINO, JOSEPH: CIIEMISTRY: New Haven.
SCHACHTER, SYLVAN ARTHUR: ARTS AD SCI-
1.NCI-I Soulh Norwalk.
SCHAFFHAUSER, MARTIN J.: ACCOUNTING: Nor-
wich: Marty: Wine, Women, Song, and QPR's.: Officers'
SCHAFFRICK, WILLIAM CARL: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
SCHAPEROW, ELAINE RITA: MATHEMATICS:
Hartford: Redhead with brains . . . 'We'll be late . . .
Frank, sincere: Education. Glee Club, HTFD-Engineer-
ing, Hillel, Players, Spanish.
SCHARMETT, MUNSEY: ENGLISH: New Haven: Phi
Sigma Sigma: "Munse": Luscious blonde, Lovely to
look at . . . B. Cereus, Joanieg Hillel, Hillel Husky,
SCHLEGEL, JAMES: MARKE'IlNG, New Haven:
SCHLOSSER, DYLLIS JANE: HOAIE ECONOMICS
EIIUCATION: New Hartford: Dyl: Oh, for a square
dance . . . Termite trouble . . . A farm for me: Edu-
cation, Glee Club, Home Economics, 4-H, fSecretaryj,
Junior Counselor, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Rifle.
SCHORR, GIVEN CAROL: ENGLISH: Hamden: Gweni-
vere: Ah, Tschaikowsky . . . Mad about dogs: Archery,
Blue and White, Education, Hillel, Junior Counselor,
SCHRIEFER, JANET M.: MATHEMATICS: Windsor:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Jan: Mixture of madness and
mentality . . . faun eyes . . . University of Michigan
transfer: Campus, Intramurals, "Raisin Cane".
SCHULMAN, RALPH JOSEPH: HISTORY: Hart-
ford: Phi Epsilon Pi: Why didn't you call me? . . .
Likes to swim . . . strictly the camp type: TR-Sailing,
TR-Psychology, Hillel, Debating, Bridge.
SCHULTZ, HAROLD F.: POULTRY HUSBANDRY: Croton
Falls, N. Y.: Theta Xi: "Harold": Ferdinand . . . hey,
Lani . . . the '37 Nash: Choir, Freshman Basketball.
SCHULZ, ROBERT CHARLES: BIARKETINGQ Fair-
field: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Bob: Let's go to YVOOd . . .
NO kiddin .. . Can't see it: Economics, Psychology,
Sailing, Philosophy, Intramural Basketball.
SCHUPACK, MARJORIE ANN: Economics: New
Britain: Phi Sigma Sigma: "Marge": Sweet, sincere,
and conscientious . . . Racing with the clock: HTFD-
French-Glee Club: Hillel: I.Z.F.A.
SCHNVARTZ, MICHAEL H.: SOCIOLOGY: Hartford.
SCHWARZ, JOHN T.: ARTS AND SCIENCE: Rockville.
SCHWEITZER, ESTELLE: HISTORY: Hartford:
Hartford Jr. Transfer . . . believer in extra-curricular
activities: CISL, Education, Hillel, IZFA.
SCOLNIK, EDWARD, PHARMACY, Lewiston, Maine,
Alpha Zeta Omega, Ed, Quiet, but always called on
for an "after exam" discussion . . . , A.PH.A.
SCOTT, BLANCHE BETTY, ZOOLOCYQ Colchester,
Betty, Going to New York this weekend . . . Anything
but study . . . big brown eyes and no waist, Huskey,
SCRICCA, MICHAEL ANTHONY, lX'I.fxRRIc'IING,
New Britain, Mike, Conscientious and easy-going . . .
broad scholastic interests and a love of all sports. In-
tramural basketball, softball.
SEELY, MARILYN ELIZABETH: CIeIIcIxIIs'IRx', East
Hartford, "I dropped Iny sample . . . Oh honestly! . . .
This room is' such a mess".
SEKIRA, DONALD H., ENGINEERING, Cheshire.
SELLECK, NATHANIEL P., ZOOLOCY, South
SELLECK, ROBERT ALEXANDER, Pre-Med, Dan-
bury, Bob, Always on the books . . . Sleep? Nope, just
resting Iny eyes.
SERVADIO, OLIVER ALEXANDER, MECH.fxNICAI.
ENGINEERING: Greenwich, Alpha Gamma Rho, Ollie,
I left my union card upstairs . . . Kikla, Fran, and
Ollie . . . lunchroom proprietor.
SHAHAN, THOMAS JOSEPH, JR.: INDUSTRIAL EIAN-
AGEIIIENT, Norwich, Tom: The first year I almost had
it, Newman, SAM.
SHAPIRO, ARNOLD, INSURANCE, New Haven,
"Arnie", Alias Phillip yVylie . . . incurable insomniac
. . . accident prone, Insurance, Intra-mural basketball,
solfeball, TR-Radio Players, Arnold Society.
SHASKUS, JOSEPH S., CHEMISTRY, Hartford.
SHAXV, ERNEST G., INDUSTRI.-xr. AlJDIINIS'l'RATIONQ Sims-
SHAWINSKY, JOSEPH NICHOLAS, SOCIAL STUDIES,
Stamford, Joe, active interest in Audio-Visual Aids and
UConn Public Relations, TR-Tide, -l9er, Photopool,
IRC. Spanish, Senate, Finance Committee, Education,
Newman, Community Chest, Campus, Photo Editor,
SHAY, FRANCIS J., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING,
SHEEHAN, JOHN JOSEPH, MUSIC EDUCATION, New
London, Jack, Married and Commutes, Trombone
player, Band President, Glee Club.
SHEITELMAN, EILEEN, PSYCHOLOGY, New Haven,
Phi Sigma Sigma, "Sheity": He's My Herbie! . . . Bub-
bling personality, zest for living . . . gift of laughter,
SHELDON, RICHARD YVALTER, ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING, XVest Granby, Theta Xi, Dick, The lines
are always busy . . . Quiet, studies and smart, Eta
Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, Amateur Radio.
SHELLING, RICHARD LAWRENCE: ZooLoGY: New
Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Dyke: Fix me up! . . . Look-
ing for a fourth for bridge . . . Yankees are still the
greatest team . . . Hotel Bond: WRUM, Biology,
Boating, Hillel, Intramurals.
SHERMAN, CHARLES WILLIAM: FLORICULTURE:
Waterbury: Chuck: Florist extrodinary . . . Auto blues
. . . faithful: Fish and Game, Flower Judging, Horti-
culture, Intramural Baseball, L.S.A., U.C.A.
SHINN, JEFFREY N.: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING:
Bolton: Alpha Gamma Rho: Jeff: Q.P.'s he hasn't yet
. . . member of the Pi Phi set: Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau
SI-IIPPEE, FLORENCE ELLEN: Home ECoNoMICs:
Sterling: Alpha Delta Pi.
SHIPPEE, ROBERT F.: HISTORY: Storrs.
SHOPIS, XV. THOMAS: ACCOUNTING: YVaterbury:
Shope: Nice try . . . medication: Newman, Insurance,
SHULKIN, HYLA FAY: ZooLoGY: Bridgeport: Alpha
Epsilon Phi: Only 28 hours of classes today aIId 7
meetings at 6 o'clock: Hillel, Junior Counselor, NVSGA.
SHULTZ, ROBERT H.: AGRICULTURE: East Hart-
SIGAL. ABRAHAM: ACCOUNTING: Hartford:
t'Abe": "Hey, get me one" . . . "Saturday, I'm going
out with SzIrry" . . . Boy Commuter.
SILVER, MARTIN KENNETH: MARKETING: Bridge-
port: Phi Epsilon Pi: "Martyn: All impressions . . .
taught well by the masters . . . The Katz meow . .
TR-Radio, Hillel, Intramural, S.A.M.
SILVERBERG, ORRIN FRANCIS: MARKETING: Nor-
wich: Phi Epsilon Pi: "Orrie": Witty comments . . .
likes sincerity: TR-Glee Club, French, Footlighters,
WHUS, Players, Hillel.
SILVERMAN, AARON H.: ENGLISH: New London.
SILVERMAN, ARYH Z.: MARKETING: Norwalk.
SILVERSTEIN, HOWARD: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
Brooklyn, N. Y.
SIMPSON, GEORGE WILBUR, JR.: DAIRY PRO-
IIUC'rIoN: W'allingfoI'd: Alpha Gamma Rho: Square
Shoulders: Just turn up your collar and it won't hit
your neck . . . a real kicker.
SINCLAIR, NEIL ANTHONY: MECHANICAL ENGINEER-
ING: Bristol: I'm in love . . . New Philosophy . . .
Forgotten coats, books, etc.: TR-Fencing, Glee Club,
JV Swimming, UCA.
SKINNER, NORMA S.: BACTERIOLOGY: Meriden:
Norm: Frank-ly speaking . . . QP's without effort:
Archery, Badminton, Glee Club, Huskey, Junior Coun-
selor, Players, Women's Varsity, UCA.
SKORUPSKI, EDWARD: INSURANCE: New Haven:
Newman, Insurance Society, Intramural Softball, Base-
SKOWRON, WALTER J.: CIII3MIs'rRY: Willimantic.
SKUBEL, EDWARD S., JR.: MARKPl'l'lNCj Mitltllg.
town: Sigma Chi: "Big Ed"g Weekends in Greenwich
. . . I got a buddy . . . XVho burned up Typhoon . . . P
AMA, Newman, .IV Track, TR-Psychology, Intramural
SLATER, MILDRED JULIA: l'IIARsI.Ixc:v: Berlin:
Lambda Kappa Sigma: Millie: Whimsical gal . . .
Slow intriguing smile . . . Combination of sweetness
and sophistication . . .3 A.A., Pharma-Conn, Cosmetic,
SLUSKY, ELINOR FAY: ZooI.ocx': Hartford: "L":
"All the things I like to do are either immoral, illegal
or fattening": Hillel, I.Z.F.A., Tower.
SMIGIEL, STANLEY JOHN: Zooroor: New Britain:
Stash: 10 o'clock express . . . That Esquire look:
SMITH. ALLYN G.: EI.Izc'I'RIcAI, ENIIINIQIQRING:
Franklin: Smitty: Roommates . . . Cimpy . . . needs a
ring job . . . Ticket?
SMITH, CHARLES FRANK: NIIZCIIANICAL ENGINIQIQR-
ING: Hartford: SnIitty: Ambition alone, is not enough:
the will to persevere must be strong: A.S.M.E.
SMITH, HENRY PEARSON, jR.: MIQCH.-xNIe,xI.
ENGINIQIQRING: Windsor Locks: Kappa Sigma: Hank:
A.S.M.E., Engineers, Intramural Volleyball, Softball.
SMITH, HERBERT ROBERT: INDUSTRIAL MAN-
,xcI5MIiN'r: Fairfield: Herb: Newman, S.A.M.
SMITH, THOMAS FRANCIS: ENGLISH: Naugatuck:
Tom: joe, Fred and me . . . everythings Uwhatdoya-
callit": Senate, ISO Secretary, Education, Newman,
Begnalight Editor. WTBY-Student Council.
SMOTRICH, HERMAN XV.: NIARKETINGZ Norwich.
SNEIDERMAN, RICHARD A.: PI-IARIxI.-xcY: New
Britain: Alpha Zeta Omega: Dick: Chinese dinners
with the fellows . . . Genial . . . Nice guy.
SNOXV, WORTHING P.: INsURANcI2: Bristol: "Worth",
Anyone can tell I'm a gentleman by my "C" average.
SOBIESKI, THADDEUS RAYMOND: HISTORX'Q
Meriden, Sigma Nu: "Sobie": Aspirations for law
school or teaching . . . enjoys conversational tussels:
C-Club Pres., Football Co-Captain, Intramurals.
SOLARZ, PETER, JR.: ELIQCTRICAI. ENGINEERING:
Glastonbury: Tush: Geesum-Crow-Zeke, I love you!:
TR-Radio, TR-Math, Intramural Basketball, Football,
SOKOL, MICHAEL XVILLIAM: PHYSICAL EIJUcA'rIoN:
Thonipsonvillez Sigma Nu: Mike: If I could only hit:
Intramural Basketball, Newman. P.E. Majors, TR-
Baseball, Varsity Baseball, Football.
SOMERS, DAVID E.: PIIARMACY: Danbury: Dare:
Operates taxi service . . . Never known to be late . . .
A heartwarming smile . . .3 A.PH.A., Class Ring Com-
SOYBI-LI., ERWIN S.: PII.fxRIxmGv: Hamden: Ernie:
Sports enthusiast . . . Last minute cram sessions . . .:
Bowling. junior Prom Committee.
SPANO, VITO THOMAS: NIECHANICAL ENGINEER'
ING: Hartford: Phi Sigma Kappa: Tom: House father
ol' Holcomb . . . flashbulbs and cheese cake: YVRUM,
Photopool, Sailing, ASME, Newman, "Tide".
SPATUZZI, MARCO A.: PIIARxIfxcI': Hartlord:
Kappa Psi: Mark: Quiet, but likeable fellow . . .
Mark's eyes drifted East-East Haven . . .: Cosmetic,
A.PH.A., Bowling, Ring Committee.
SPENCER, GEORGE HERBERT, AIR.: FINANCE:
Litchfield: Sigma Phi Epsilon: "Bud": Stevens Tech.
Transfer . . . XVell, let's see what this is . . . Dewey
for '52: Bridge, Canterbury, Chess, Ski. SAM. Nutmeg.
SPENCER, RICHARD IVILLIAM: M,xRRIc'I'ING:
XVoodstock: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Spence: "Deathly"
. . . joy Boy of the "peut house": "C" Club, AMA,
Husky, OIIicer's Club, Arnold Society, Frosh Basketball,
SPENCER, WILLIAM H.: NIATHEMATICS1 East
Haven: Sigma Nu: Spence: Saves coupons . . . Loyal
to the end . . . Not going to get married for two
years: ASCE. TR-Basketball.
SPERANDEO, RICHARD PAUL: GovERNRII'iN'I': New
SPOONER, ESTHER MARY: PSYCHOLOGY: West-
port: Lil' varmint . . . likes those new Plymouths . . .
little but Illlgllly . . . Archery, Junior Counselor, Psy-
chology, Sociology. U.C.A.
STANLEY. PAUL FRANCIS: EI.Iic'rRIe,xL ENGI-
NEERING: Bridgeport: AIEE, Amateur Radio, IRE,
STARRETT, ANDREW: DAIRY PRODUCTION: Green-
wich: Theta Xi: "Andy": "Diddle!" . . . Sunday driver
. . . Hard working Sack-hound . . . Band, C.S.O., Base-
ball QAsst. Mgrj, Dairy, Ornithology.
STAUFFER, GEORGE MAURICE, JR.: MARKETING:
Northford: "Cigareets, Yvhiskey, and Wild YVomen!"
. . . M.I.T. Transfer: Student Union Committee, Can-
terbury, Community Chest.
STAVNITSKY, PAUL MICHAEL: MARKETING:
Winsted: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Stav: "Where are the
Memoirs . . . NVe're oft to Frazees: Chairman NSA,
XVorld Federalist, IRC, TR-Senate Council Vice-
president, Ofhcer's Club, Young Republicans.
STEIN, KIOAN: GOVERNMENT: New Haven: Phi Sigma
Sigma: "joanie": Up at break of Noon! . . . pert,
peppy, poised, prexy too . . .: Hillel, junior Cotm-
selor, Pan HelleIIic, junior Show.
STEINBERG, ADELE ROSLYN: Fooos AND NUTRI-
TIoN: Hartford: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Delly: AEPhi
Mermaid . . . mad chemist . . . "let's shoot to Boston":
Hillel, Home Economics.
STEINLE, GERTRUDE MARY: SocIoLoGY: Bea-
con Falls: "Trudy": Let's live . . . is it for reallll:
Archery, Begnalight, Dramatics, Newman, Hfaterbury
STEINLE, WILLETTA M.: CHEMISTRY: Beacon Falls:
"Willie": the Grille, German . . . turn on some music:
Glee Club, XVTBY-Begnalight, Chemistry, Newman,
STEVENS, STILES F.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: North
Haven: Newman, ASCE Secretary, Chi Epsilon.
STEVENSON, HERBERT JOSEPH: GOVERNINIENTI
Manchester: Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
STIGBERG, LUCILLE MARGARET: ENol.lsu: Water-
bury: "l.uce": If it's different, it's terrihc . . . extremist
. . . passion for fashion . . . honestly!
STILES, ANITA LOUISE: Zool.om': Stratlorcl:
Alpha Xi Delta: Prexy, ball ol' energy . . . Phi Sigma
Kappa girl . . . Hey Anita-Rit's here: Archery, Bad-
minton, Chess, Huskey, Interfaith, junior Counselor,
STIMSON. IVILLIANI XVALLACE: l'kl-'-Vlfll-Rlx.xRx':
Halartlville: Alpha Gamma Rho: Bill: Blonde. quiet,
and serious . . . pipe smoker: Block and Bridle, Pi
STOLMAN, QIOSEPH NI.: lool.ot.Y: Baltic.
STONE. ROBERT DAVIS: INst1R.xNr:r: North
Haven: Lambda Chi Alpha: Bob: Insurance.
STONE, SHELDON MARTIN: NI tklttvrlxraz Hartford:
Tau Epsilon Phi: Shell in-let-propelled" waiter ol' Tau
Ep . . . "Is she anyone I know?" . . . Trumbull Forever:
STONE, SHIRLEY ANNE: Akr ,xxn 'I1lfXlll,l'S1 Dan-
bury: "Sas"2 Early sun baths in the spring . . . "olly
and Sas" . . . John? . . .: Badminton, Home Economies,
University Choir, UCA.
STORM. FRANCIS: Ixnusriuxl. AI.-XN.XCl'1Nll'fN'I'Q
STOUDT, MARQIORIE CLAIRE: ARI' ,-wb rTxl'.Xlll.liS2
Norwich: Kappa Kappa Gamma: "NIargie": Coltlie
Locks, Gamma Rho's Rah Ray Girl . . . Mademoiselle
STRATTON, ARTHUR GEORGE: M.xRKii'llxr::
Old Greenwich: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Art: "The
Colonel" . . . Classes? IVhy, it's golf season: Intra-
mural Baseball. Football.
STRICKLER, GILBERT KENNETH: ACCOUNT-
ING: New Haven: Phi Epsilon Pi: Gil: TR'Hillel, TR-
SULLIVAN, DONALD J.: ENGINEERING: East Haven.
SULLIVAN, GERALD F.: INDUSIRIAL Am1lNts'm.x-
1:loN: New Haven: Alpha Gamma Rho: Sully: Member
of the bee-bop quartet . . . Irish around the face:
Newman, Arnold Society.
SULLIVAN, JOHN R.: PH.-xnmixcrg Stafford
Springs: Kappa Psi: Sully: Blushes easily . . . Person-
ality plus . . . Eflieieney personified . . .: Soph. Treas-
urer, Junior Pres., Student Council, Pharma-Conn,
Co-Editor, A.PH.A., Chemistry, Pres., Bowling.
SWANSON, AUDREY MAE: ENGLISH: Naugatuck:
Swannie: Long. lean and brains, too . . . clothes and
culture: Spanish, UCA.
SWARTS, CHARLES QUENTIN: Gor15RNA1Lx'r:
West Haven: Shwem: "Thats neat!" . . . Sack-rat:
Glee Club, Italian.
SWETT, DOUGLAS: AGRICULTURIQ: XVest Hart-
SYMMES, I-'RANCES HOPE: Home ECONOMICS EDUCA-
'IIONQ VVest Haven: Phi Mu: Franny: Personality kid
. . . always a smile . . . loved wherever she goes:
Head House Chairman, Home Economics, Junior
Counselor, Newman, Nutmeg, NVSGA.
TAGLIARINI, VIOLET ROSE: ART AND TIcx'rILI1s:
Waterford: "Vi": Petite brunette . . . imaginative . . .
Is it that late? . . .: Home Economics, Italian, Newman.
TALBOT, MARI-AN NE: PSYCHOLOGY: West Hart-
ford: Kappa Alpha Theta: "TOrchy": Mary Washing-
ton transfer . . . Jim and S.A.E. weekends . . .: Glee
Club, Psychology, Riding, Sociology, UCA.
TAMBORRA, SABIND PATRICK: ARTS AND SCIENCE:
TARBELI., LUTHER LAWRENCE, JR.: MA1'lIE-
M.-XTICSQ West Hartford: Lou: Ask my idiot roommate
. . . Dixieland Jazz and "Satchmo" . . . "Fore!": Math,
Husky, Intramural Basketball.
TARPINIAN, CHARLES S.: GOVERNMENT AND
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: Manchester: "Tiny": An-
other letter from Marcelle . . . Parlez-vous francais . . .
Card, chess, television fiend: Newman, ISO, Education,
Chess, HTFD-French, HTFD-Tennis.
TAUSENDFREUNDT, JAY G.: ENGINEERING: Seymour:
Sigma Nu: Hero: Never do today what you can put
OKI until tomorrow . . . Golf Bend: Lutheran, A.S.M.E.,
Intramural Basketball, TR-Golf Club.
TAYLOR, JOYCE DAWSON: HOME ECONOMICS
EDUCATION: XVest Hartford: Alpha Xi Delta: "JOyce":
Emigrant from Bates . . . domestic . . .: 4H, Choir,
Education, Grange, Home Economics, Junior Coun-
selor, UCA, IVHUS.
TEDESCO, ROBERT LINCOLN: MATHEMATICS!
Hartford: Phi Sigma Kappa: Bob: Let me dance and
I'll be happy . . . Murphy . . . Where's my boy Lou?
. . . Phi Sig's Torpedo.
TENDLER. JOSEPH R.: ENGLISH: New Haven.
TESTO, JEAN A.: PHARMACY: Bridgeport: Lambda
Kappa Sigma: Jeanie: Quiet charm and dignity all her
own . . . Capable, headed for real success . . .:
Pharma-Conn, Student Council.
THOMAS, CAROLYN: NURSING: West Hartford:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Lyn. ,
THOREN, DONALD E.: ENGINEERING: New Britain.
TIERNAN, ROBERT DEFOREST: MARKETING: New
Haven: "Bob": AMA, Spanish, Newman, TR-Sailing,
WRUM, Varsity Fencing.
TIMIDEI, JANICE HOLMES: PSYCHOLOGY: Riv-
ertown: Kappa Kappa Gamma: "Timmie": Innocent
. . . dancing eyes . . . Kappa's pixie . . . completely
lovable: Campus, Archery, Nutmeg, Psychology, UCA.
TINGLE, H. RICHARD: MARKETING: Thomaston:
Dick: A.M.A., Intramural Softball, Basketball.
TISDALE, DONALD BRONSE: FLORICULTURE:
Bridgeport: A friend in need is a friend indeed: Luth-
eran, Horticulture, UCA.
TOMAIUOLO, FRANK P.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-
TOMASETTI, AUGUST: AccoUNTINt:: Bridgeport:
"Gus": Debits equal credits . . . fresh air fiend: ISO,
Junior Treas., Newman.
TOMASZEWSKI, HENRY J.: l'll.KRlXl.KtIY2 Middle-
town: Phi Delta Chi: Hank: Transfer from New
Britain Teachers College . . . Well satisfied with life
. . .: A.PH.A.
TOMLIN, DONALD GEAR: Zoorotsrz Hampton:
Don: Boy man . . . Grille Busboy . . . Summer School
and Student Nurses: Alpha Phi Omega, Clee Club.
TORCELLINI, JOSEPH: I'llS'l'ORYj Hamden: Italian,
TERCHINSKY, HARVEY DAVID: INSURANCE: Hart-
ford: Phi Epsilon Pi: "Torchy": Either Boston or New
York . . . who's driving? . . . All women are greall:
TR-Sailing. Insurance, Intramurals, Band.
TOTH, WILLIAM ERNEST: ACCOUNTING: Nor-
walk: Theta Chi: Bill: See me during ofhce hours.:
Ofhcers Club, Arnold Society, Insurance, U.C.A., TR-
Golf, Intramural Basketball.
TRACY, JANET M.: BACTI-1RIoI,oov: XVillimantic:
Baseball, Basketball, and Blarney . . . arguer extra-
ordinary . . . those Irish eyes.
TSAKONAS, GEORGE: BUSINESS: Danielson.
TUMICKI, JOHN B.: BUSINESS: Yantic.
TUPKA, WILLIAM PETER: ARTS AND SCIENCE: Ham-
UNDERWOOD, RICHARD WEEDEN: GEOLOGY:
East Haven: Dick: Thats life . . . headed for the rock
lab . . . off to Newport: Newman, Geology, Student
URCINOLI, ARTHUR R.: Acc:oIINTINo: Hart-
URIOT, MARJORIE LOUISE: IXIATHEMATICSQ Gilder-
sleeve: Alpha Delta Pi: "Margie": Yvhere there's a
Will there's a way . . . flapper . . . sexy eyes: Basket-
ball, Nutmeg, Pencraft.
URKEVIC, JOSEPH XV.: ZooI,ooY: NVaterbury.
URSIN, RAYMOND A.: NIARKETINGQ Rockville.
VALUSKAS, EDWARD CHARLES: ECONOMICS:
Waterbury: Ed: Hobby-listening to Kenton:'Newman,
VAN ETTEN, BETTY: EcoNosI1cs: Fairfield: Kappa
Alpha Theta: Quiet, but wait till you get to know
her . . . mischievous, sincere, friendly: Blue and
VARTELAS, JEREMIAH: BUSINESS ADMINISTRA-
TION: Ansonia: Sigma Chi: Zeus: Plenty good . . . the
greatest: Intramural volleyball, Track, Softball, Varsity
VEAL, HAROLD DIQWITT: GOVERNMENT: New Lon-
don: Theta Xi: Hap: "It's out of this world" . . .
"Back in the saddle": U.C.A., IRC, Education, IKE.
Majors, Football, Intramural Basketball.
VEGLIANTE, DOLORES EMILIA: Music: XVest
Haven: Alpha Delta Pi: "Deen: Personality kid . . .
"'l'orchy" . . . man for every month: Italian, Music
VERCELLI, LOUIS D.: CIVIL ENCINICI-RING: Elm-
VIMER, IRENE ETHEL: NuRsINo: Oxford: Vim:
l'1verybody's pal, men and my big mouth: Outing, IVhite
Caps, Basketball, Lutheran.
YINING, RICHARD M.: I'HvsIc.xI. Eoric.-vI'IoN: En-
vox SCHMID, MARIE ELIZABETH: HOME Eco-
Nomlcs: Terryville: Alpha Xi Delta: "Baroness" That
Signet Ring . . . 30l's bartender . . . star gazer: Home
Economics, junior Counselor, Lutheran, U.C.A.,
VOSS, ROBERT H.: MI1cIfI.-xNIe.xI. ENGINIQERING: East
IVADE, IVILBUR, -IR.: DAIRY HUSBANDRYQ NVest
Granby: "IVi1l": See you later, fellows . . . Sports lover,
animal lover, lover: Dairy, Agriculture, Newman,
WADSXVORTH, AIEREMIAH: DIKIRY PRODUCTION:
Farmington: Theta Xi: jerry: a family man: Agricul-
ture, Dairy, President, Pi Alpha Sigma.
WACNER, GRAYDON C., JR.: ELIQc:rRIe,xI, ENGINEER-
Ixr.: Norwich: Theta Xi: Ivag: That was rough . . .
It will be different next semester: AIEE.
IVAGNER, ROBERT C.: CIVIL ENIIINEERING: Devon.
WAINSTEN, BETTY RUTH: ENGLISH: Stamford:
Betts: Cot the Buick again . . . Collects stull and junk:
Education, Hillel, IZFA, junior Counselor, NAACP.
WAKEMAN, HENRY K.: INuus'I'RY: Fairheldg Sigma
Alpha Epsilon: Hank: Campus Business Manager, Nut-
meg Advertising Manager, Student-Faculty Committee.
WALKER, CLIFFORD CLARKE: PHARMACY: New-
ton: Kappa Psi: Cliff: Shoulders . . . known as the
Lil' Abner of Newton . . . A.PH.A.: A.S.H.P.
IVALSH, BARBARA: EDUCATION-ENoI.IsII: Fair-
lield: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Bobbie: Life begins
Ifriday night . . . Well, honestly: Education, junior
Counselor, Newman, Nutmeg.
WALTER. FRANCIS J.: HIs'I'oRv: Meriden.
IVARD, HOWARD IVESLEY: BUSINESS Enuc.-xTIoN:
Devon: Howie: I can't study now, I have to go to
band rehearsal: TR-Band. Concert Band.
WARNER, CATHERINE: ARTS AND Tnx'rII.Ias:
Darien: Kappa Kappa Gamma: "Kitty": Sigma Nu
Girl . . . found a "Ray" of sunshine . . . Senate, Ski-
WARREN, DUDLEY RAYMOND: CIVIL ENOINIf.hkINt::
Storrs: Dud: Alpha Phi Omega, Arnold Society,
A.S.C.E., Engineers, Oflicer's Club, Varsity Track.
WATROUS, CHARLES E.: BIoI.om': Deep River.
NVATTS, ROBERT M.: HlS'I'ORX' Enuc:.x'iloN.
WEBER, JANE ELLEN: HISTORY: Storrs: Pi Beta Phi
Janie: Personality personitied . . . versatility supreme
. . . Nations top gal archer: Archery, Band, Basket-
ball, Campus, Choir, Field Hockey, Freshman Hleek
Chairman, junior Counselor, Orchestra, Senate, WSGX.
WEBER, LEWIS T.: Folu-'s'rIu': Lime Rock.
XVEBER, MICHAEL JOSEPH: Hlsrolzrz New
Haven: Mike: Marriage my dream . . . The Cardinals
by 30 games: Biology. Chemistry. Newman, I.S.O., lied-
eralists, Marketing, I.R.C.
IVEBSTER, GEORGE HERBERT: SOCIOLOCYQ XVater-
bury: Veteran: Sociology: Begnalight.
WEDEKIND, CARL ERNEST: PsYc:uoI.om': West
Hartford: Phi Sigma Kappa: "Weekend": A rolling
stone gathers no moss, but it sure gets a h - - - ol' a
WEDGE, RAYMOND J.: GovrltNN1FNT: YVater-
bury: Ivaterbury Stundent Council President, Water!
bury Dramatics, Socio-Economics.
XVEI NGART, FRED NV.
TVEINTRAUB, EDVVARD: GOVILRNMIZNT: Hartford:
"Ed": Entering law school in the fall: NAACP, Fed-
WEISS, GUNTHER H.: Ackrczumunr: Madison.
WEST, ANN ELIZABETH: EcoNoxIIcs: Huntington:
Delta Zeta: "Annie": Lovely one . . . I think so . .
Love my majori: Canterbury.
NVETSTONE, NORDON: IXCRICULTUREI NVest Hart-
YVHARTON, ELIZABETH: CIIIQMISTRY: Cole-
brook: Betty: Transferee . . . sparkling personality . . .
winning smile . . . Mardi Gras Queen: Outing: Ski.
XVHEELAN, RUTH: GOVERNMENT: Litchfield: Sooooo
attractive . . . pre-Raphaelite hands . . . warm brown
eyes: Glee Club.
XVHINNEM, DONALD Y.: BUSINESS: Harftord.
WHITE, DEAN MICHAEL: ELIic'rRIcAL ENCINIQIQR-
ING: Terryville: Hartford Engineers, I.R.E.,
WHl'I'li, H- LURINCS: ENGI.IsIt: Newington: Kappa
Sigma: Doc: Players.
WHITE, MICHAEL A., JR,: lNntIs'I'RI.-xl. M,ftN,xGI-i-
RIIQNT: Danbury: Kappa Sigma: Mike: Senate.
XVHITIKER. SANFORD XV.: BIIsINl1ss: Abington:
WICK, GERTRUDE ANDERSON: NURSING: Wood-
side: Long Island: Trudy: lovable . . . musically in-
clined . . . holy cow: White Caps, Glee Club, Luth-
WIEZALIS, JOSEPH JACK: B,-xC:rrRIoI,oGY: Joe:
Hosts,-INIIRY: Pachaug: Frank: Member ol the Poultry
Judging Team . . . further graduate work: Bankiva.
Phi Sigma Kappa: Cord: "Hallalujuah Im ah Bum
. . . Debator at Fort Trumbull.
WILCOX, HOVVARD ROY: INIIUs'rRI,-IL MANIIGIE-
RIIfN'I: Wetherstield: Roy: WHUS, SAM, TR-Soccer
WILKS, JOHN BENJAMIN: ENGLISH: New Brit-
ain: Johnny: It's not the energy put into the work,
but the benehts derived from it that count: Newman,
WILL, ERIC, JR.: lfoRI-,sI'Rr: Seymour: Sigma Chi:
Pinchot: Harrrrmony . . . Bringin' home the Ram:
Forestry, Intramural Swimming.
WILLIAMS, HADLEY C.: Busmrsss ADMINISTRA-
'IIoN: Willimantic: Had: Yukon Aviation.
IVILLIAMS, ROBERT M.: ENGI,IstI: XVetherslIeltl.
WILLIAMSON, JOHN S.: EI.rC'rRIC,-xt. ENGINEERING:
Johnny: Married Navy vet, Hop Scotch Polka, Com-
NVILLING, HARRY ALFRED: ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NIQILRING: New London: "Harry": I'd much rather iish
a trout stream than plant my nose in a book: TR-
WILOWSKI, MARJORIE A.: B.-'tCTERIoI.oCx':
Bridgeport: Kappa Alpha Theta: Marge: Laboratory
bound . . . Sophisticated on occasion . . . Theta alarm
clock: Campus, Newman, Nutmeg, Junior Counselor,
WINALSKI, HIPOLIT P.: PI-IARMACY: Hartford:
Kappa Psi: Hip: enthusiastic . . . everyones conlidante
. . . witty, friendly . . .: A.PH.A.: Cosmetic, Treasurer,
Junior Treasurer, Bowling.
XVINICK, FRED: ACCOUNTING: Hartford: Did you
ever see jet propulsion? . . . Gotta call Annette . . .
XVINTER, RICHARD LEWIS: GOVIZRNIIIENT:
QPRE-LAWJ: Bridgeport: Tau Epsilon Phi: Dick: The
kid with the fire engine . . . 2nd floor A.C.: Spanish,
Hillel, TR-Players, WRUM, IRC, Tide, TR-Writers,
TR-Psychology, Llubmurt Trot.
IVILCOX, FRANK HERBERT, JR.: POULTRY
WILCOX, C-ORODN EDWARD: Bt1sINIzss: Hamden:
WIRTEMBURG, GEORGE A.: INDUSTRIAI. Amtmts-
TRATION: Meriden: "Snorkel": Joking, energetic . .
a business IIIZIIPS business-man . . . tales, a specialty'
Alpha Phi Omega. "Campus", "Shalt", "'I'ouchstone"
"One for the Books", "Celestial Journey". SAM, Com-
munity Chest, ISO, IICA.
YVOLCOT, RAY PHELPS: IXI.-xttkt-1't'tNtp: M'estIieId:
Mass: Alpha Gatuma Rho: Bruiser: Chuck me da ball
. . . member olf the varsity room . . .: Varsity Football,
AMA, C Club.
XVOLFE, GEORGE: Govt-Rxxtl-'N't: Bridgeport: Phi
Sigma Delta: "XVolI": A ham from way back . . . loves
monogramed shirts and ties: WRUM. WHUS. IRC,
TR-Basketball. Intramural Basketball, Softball, ISO,
Hillel, Hillel Husky.
IVOLFERT, ROBERT IVESLEY: HIs'roRx': Greenwich:
Lambda Chi Alpha: "Lush": I think we ought to
spend more of that contingency fund . . . Curtain!:
Footlighters, TR-Student Council, UWF.
XVOLFSON, HERB B.: IHIARMACY: New Haven:
Alpha Zeta Omega: Herbie: Noted for his classic re-
marks . . . Terrihc lab technique . . .3 A.PH.A.:
Pharma-Conn: Year Book.
WOOD. CHARLES J.. JR.: Ecoxoxucs: Walling-
Iord: Lambda Chi Alpha: JV Football, Newman.
WOODMANSEE, STANLEY DENNISON, JR.: Music:
Milford: "Woodie": All bark and some bite . . . theme
song: Hearts and Flowers: TR-Glee Club, TR-Sailing,
TR-French, University Choir, UCA, co-author ol'
"One for the Books" and "CelesitaI Journey".
WORTHEN, EMMA JEANNE: SOCIOLOGY: Bridge-
port: Kappa Alpha Theta: Emo: It's Willi night to-
night . . . infectious laugh . . . the cosmopolite: Nut-
meg, Sociology, U.C.A.
IVRIGHT, THELMA J.: ENcr.tsu: North Cov-
entry: Mischievous blue eyes . . . sense and nonsense
. . . a friend indeed: Education.
WUNSCH, GLADYS R.: I't-t.xRM.xcr: New Britain:
Lambda Kappa Sigma: Happy: Great tennis and Iish-
ing enthusiast . . . our papers ofhcial questioner . . .:
Pharma-Conn, A.PH.A., Cosmetic, Bowling.
WUNSCH, ROBERT KARL: I'IORlICUL'IiURl'I Bridge-
port: Bob: Band. UCA, Horticulture, TR-Glee Club,
Alpha Sigma Phi.
YAKAITIS, BARBARA JANE: MA'1:lllfAI.-tiles:
NVindsor: Phi Mu: "Bobbie": Smiling idealist. Always
in a hurry. Naive, friendly: Education, French, Glee.
HTFD-Engineering, Math. Newman, Players.
YAKUBIK, MICHAEL GEORGE: Cumusrkvz Bridge-
port: Theta Xi: Mikey Boy: Let's go to Willi . . .
Nature Boy: ACS, TR-Radio Station, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Swimming, Softball, Football.
YALE. JULIUS R.: ActucUr.'rUR.xI. ENGINFFRINGI
YANNELLO, NUNZIO JAMES: INDUSTRI.-xl, MAN-
.-xc.15xt1f1N't': New Britain, Newman.
YAVENER, SYMOND: FoR1c1eN LANGUAGES: 'Windsor:
Smylie: Ah! Hlie gehts? Comment ca va?: TR-Glee
Club, French, German, Fencing, Senior Play, Llubmurt
YOUNGMAN, PHILLIP: AGRICULTURE: Sea fever:
Nutmeg Photography Editor.
YULO, FRANK RALPH: ZooLocv: New Haven:
Alpha Sigma Phi: Bull: O' alright, I'lI tell her off to-
morrow . . . Senator Davis: Biology, Psychology, Ger-
man, Newman, Intramural Football, Basketball, Bowl-
,A .. ' A
l.Xl.liSKl, HENRY lf.: l1lSlURYI Meriden: Sigma Nu:
fllllll Zara. the jester . . . This is Sam Spade: AIX' Base-
ball. Track, Varsity lfootball, Varsity Club.
Z.Xl,liSKI. SABINA: l"iufNc:u-Eottoxnom: Naugatuck:
Phi Mu: "Sib": French. Education. Ifreshman Class
l'rc-sident, Cheerleader. Spanish.
ZAMECNIK. LILLIAN H.: NI.-KRKI f'i' rmo: Shelton:
l.il: Coldilocks: . . . style deluxe . . . dancing and
music-music-music: Blue and lVhite. Glee Club. Mar'
keting. Newman. Nutmeg.
ZARONAS, GEORGE, ll.: l'sYcuot.om': Naugatuck:
larry: Always ready to talk . . . smiling countenance
. . . lull ol' energy: Bridge. German, Psychology.
ZELDIS. XVILLIAM: l'rt.uuI.xcx': Hartford: Alpha
feta Omega: Bill: Q.l'. Collector . . . True to his
work, his word. his lriencls . . .: Student Council.
,'X.PH.A.. Rho Chi.
ZALECHOSKY, DONALD NICHOLAS: PRIC-
Nlrmctu.: New Haven: Zilch: Daytime sack-hound.
midnight curve-raiser . . .: Biology. President, Fencing.
liieasurer, TR-Epee Championshop. Intramural Yol-
leyball. Varsity Fencing. Nutmeg.
ZIBLUK, JOHN: Cletmtlsfrkr: Seymour: "-l.Z.": Let's
not be peclantic . . . put it in vernacular . . . No cle-
corum . . . 1 Intramural Basketball. TR4French. Varsity
ZIESELMAN. HERBERT S.: Aec:ouN'r1No: Stamford.
Zllflf, BARBARA P.: Sociocourz Hartford:
"Babs": Quiet air about her-but it's deceptive . . .
good sense of humor . . . Should I go home this week-
end?: French. Sociology. Spanish.
ZIKOXVITCH. PETER JOSEPH: lNIA'l'lIl-1lNI,-XIICSQ XVare-
house Point: Pete: 'l'iR'Winter Ball, Intramural Bas-
ketball. Softball, Newman. Varsity Basketball Manager.
ZIMMER. DANIEL M.: CHIZMISTRYI Bridgeport:
"Dee Zee": XVRUM. Hillel. Community Chest, Tennis.
ZOCCOLILLO. TERESA P.: Foiufiou IUXNCUACITSQ
XVest Haven: Terry: New York sojourns . . . Canada
bound . . . bathroom baritone . . . sophisticated miss
with dancing eyes: Archery. Bridge, Campus. I.R.C..
ZORN. HENRY ROBERT: INDUS'I'Rl.Xl. M.-xN.xc:14,xiFxt':
New Britain: "Hank": "Patience is bitter but its fruit
is sweet.": S.A.INI.
JIENIQ CRISXVOLD was horn on Julie 20, 1929, in
Hartford, Connecticut. She was graduated from John
lfitth High School in M'indsot in l9I7 and tznne to
the University in the fall. where she was enrolled in
the School of Nursing.
On July fill, I9-19, June was traveling to North Caro!
lina, when a plane collided with the airliner on which
she was a passenger. There were no survivors.
"Junie's" tragic and untimely death shocked everv
one who knew her. Her lovahle and affahle nature.
her kindness and sincerity, her willingness to help any
one she could, were some of the tnany qualities that
endeared Junie in the hearts of all who knew her.
Although she is "gone", she left such a deep impres-
sion on her litany friends and acquaintances that
they will always treasure their retneinlmrances of het.
She is Survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
"Born of the sun they lravelerl a slmrl zttlzile lozvrzrrls
flnrl left the vivid air signed zvitlz their honor."
J ' t P. t d
ALBANO, GEORGE: Mlletuxltzu. Extzixieicklxcz New Haven. CHERNIN. ERNEST L.: Acc:otfN1iNc: New Haven.
ALCORN, PAUL, JR.: Gov1QkNMriN'r: Storrs.
ANTON, RICHARD: El.t1iCiiuc:AI. Exratxriklxc: South Coventry
ARMENTANO, JOHN VINCENT: 1fCONOMICs: Hartford.
ASPRELLI, ROBERT M.: Aczfzotfsiixts: New Haven.
AUSTIN, HADLEY XV.: GovrRNAirN1': Meriden.
BACON, YVENDELL AL: M.xRkr.l'Ixts: Naugaturk.
BADALIAN, ROBERT: Bo'r.tNr: Hartford.
BAILEY, GORDON CARLOS: Govrltxxnlxr: New Haven.
BAKER, ALLEN: Y1.1r.R1N.uu' 'I'iA.c:HNoI.oev.
BARRY, THOMAS: Aczeouwrixc: XVethersfield.
BARTNICKI, HENRY F.: Pnvsie.-xL Eiittczxilox: Westheld, Mass.
BAYER, ARTHUR O.: ENCLISIIZ New Britain.
BEATRICE, FINTON J.: ENciNu1iuNr:: Shelton.
BENZ, GEORGE W.: Extpixri-tiuxcig XVest Haven.
BERNASKI. STANLEY C.: CIIPMISTRY1 Stratford.
BERTIN, DINO D.: CtvIL Exeiwiceklxtzg Lake Mahopac, N. Y
BILIDES, PHILLIP: Iwnesrkvg New Haven.
BISHOP, EDWARD W.: Psvenorocr: Bridgeport.
BOBROWSKY. MARTIN: Soczlorocr: Norwalk.
BOOTY, OLIN REED: Psvenorocr: Natchitoches, Louisiana.
BOROWSKI, STANLEY J.: Zoorocrz New Britain.
BOVE, PETER V.: B.ie'1icR1oi.ocv: Bristol.
BOWIQUIN, MAURICE H.: Smwlsn: Torrington.
BOWSZA, JOHANNA MARY: Hisrokv Entevtiox: Hartford
BRADLEY, YVILLIAM L.: Pnlrosornv: Mystic.
BRANDES, NANCY: Psrenoroov: Roslyn Heights, N. Y.
BROWN, GLEN E.: Zootocv: Hartford.
BUDZIK, EDWARD: Htsrokr: Shelton.
BURLISON, ROBERT CARLIN: Soclorotarg Shelton.
BURNHAM, DWIGHT Dukv HUsti,xNmu': Bloomfield.
CHANELES, IRVING: ACeoUN'riNc: New Haven.
CHAPIN, CAROLYN B.: Foons .uso Neriunoxg West Haven.
CHAPPONI, ROBERT IV.: Munir-.'riNf:: New Britain.
CIANCIOLO, ANTHONY JOSEPH: CIIEMISTRY, East Haven
CLARK, WILLIAM J.: Pilvsieu. Enuoniox: Bloomfield.
COBB, ERNEST C.: AGRICULTURAL Ecoxoancs: Merrow.
COHEN, BURTON HERBERT: Psvcznorocv: Hartford.
COLBERG. WALTER T.: INst'R.xNcr: New Haven.
COLLINS. JOHN A.: Mifc:n.xN1c:.iI. ENt.lxrr.iuNca: Danbury.
CORDY, HORACE V.: Ctvn. lixcixrriuxcg Manchester.
COULOMBE, RAYMOND F.: Gr:oLoor: Milford.
CROSTHWAIT, NANCE: Hosni Efzoxoxucs: Meriden.
CUMMINGS. THEODORE R.: Efzoxoxilcs: Manchester.
CUTLER, JACK H.: fiOYIfRNMI"N'II Hartford.
D'ALESANDRlS, LORETO B.: Ixstumxczlfig IVest Hartford.
DAMICIS, DANIEL: Gov12RNAil1.N r: XVest Haven.
DELEHANTY, XVILLIAM ENGINIQLRINLL: Hadlyin.
DONNELLY, ROBERT L.: Ecoxomnes: Hartford.
DORIS, SIDNEY BENSON: I'Rlc-IJl4N11s'l'Rr: Bridgeport.
DORIFMANN, RICHARD ALLEN: Hisrokv: Bridgeport.
DROBNEY. MARTIN: .'ACRlCl.lI.'l'L'RAI. ENCINI-.IERINCI West Will
DUGAN, JOHN J.: PsveuoLor:v: New Haven.
DUKE. HERBERT J.: CHTRMAN1 Broad Brook.
DE MIO, DANTE CHESTER: CIVIL ENCINIil'.RINfiI West Haven
DENNISON, THOMAS XV.: Psvcnoroor: Meriden.
DEYER. WILLIAM E.: Mmuuvllxta: Bridgeport.
DICKINSON, JOYCE-ANN: Soc:toLot:v: New Milford.
DI PERSIO, EDXVARD R.: I'ilvsIc:.tI. EDUCATION: Meriden.
DI PILLO, EDXVARD FRANCIS: ENCLISII1 M'est Hartford.
DIXON, XVESLEY C.: M.u:in1x1.xi'if:s: South Coventry.
DONAHUE, RAYMOND C.: Et.u:'rRie.xt. Excixiarkixrzg Will
ECKERT, CHARLES If.: Psvcnorocv: Bridgeport.
EDWARDS, CHARLES H., JR.: M,tkKt:riNc: New Haven.
EDWARDS, JAMES R.: NIARKICIINCQ New Haven.
EI.'lON, l'Illl.II' ll.: SoI:IoIot.v: Norwiclitovtti.
ELWOOD, JAMES D.: Civn. ENGINII-IIING: Bridgeport.
EPSTEIN, SAMl'IiI. M.: .'ACCOl'NIING1 Hartford.
IVANNING, DOROTHY l..: SI-c:kI4,I.xIu.xI. Sll'DII'SQ Baltic.
I-AY. JAMES J.t Ext.I.IsII: Hartford.
IAIIO, MARIO l'Al'l.: Acgc:oltNIINI.: Norwich.
IIGNON, JOHN J.: IQUXIRNMINIQ Hanrden.
FIOCCIII, LOIFIS C.: I'II.tIuI,xc:v: East Hartford.
I-II'lGERALD, JOHN ROHDE: L.xw: Manchester.
FLYNN, GEORGE P.: Hlslokv: xv1IICl'l7lII'J'.
FORD, JOSEPH EDWARD. JR.: CIYIL ENGINIQILRING: New Lon-
FRACASSO, JOHN M.: I'Iu-:-DIiNI1xI.: Kensington.
FREIBATT, GEORGE A., JR.: GOYI:RNMIaNI'Q Bridgeport.
IVREIMAN, JACOB H.: CIvII. 1-INGINIQEIQING: Hartford.
Ifl'N F, PETER: Hlsloitv: Springheld.
GALER, GILBERT M.: ENGI.IsII: New Haven.
GALI.AGHER. WII.l.lAM MCKINLEY: PRE-IJFNIISIRYQ New
GAMBINO. JACQLELYN: Artis ANII SCIENCI1: Mansheld Center.
GARLENSRI, STANLEY C.: MARIQIIEING: Terryville.
GATES, I-IARNESII E.: CHI: Mlsrkv: Norwich.
GAl'DINO, RICHARD P.: PIIvsICAI. EnuC.1.IIoN: Manchester
GILLILAND, ANNE MORRIS: Hom-3 ECoNoxIICs: Moodns.
GLEDHILI.. EARL W.: .'AllCOllN'I'INC: Rockville.
GLENDINNING, RONAl.D: South Coventry.
GLINN, JACOB: Darin PRODUCTION.
GODFREY, BERNARD E.: FORESIRYQ New Haven.
GOITESDIENER, EMANUEL: lNIAIutE'I'ING: New London.
GOIYIN, SIMON J.: ZooI.oGv: Taftville.
GRACE. RICHARD S.: ZooLoGv: Andover.
GREEN, JOSEPH S.: M,xIIItIfL'rING: New Haven.
GRIMALDI, MARINO: B.xCrEItIoLoGv: Bristol.
GROCHMAL, STANLEY J.: ACCotIN'rING: IVIIIIIIIIIIIIIC
GROSS, LAl'RENCE L.: HoItIICtJI.IUI4I': Hartford.
GLTOWSRI, EDML'ND J.: MIcCII.xNIc:.tL ENGINEERING: New
Gl'STAI"SON, RITSSELI. E., JR.: M.xItItE'IING: Manchester.
HAAGENSEN, HANS Y.: Crvn. ENGINEERING: Glastonbury. f
HADDON, PAUL: EI,Ic:'I:IuC.xI. ENGINIQEIIING: Thomaston.
HAINES, RICHARD V.: CIOYERNMENII Mystic.
HALL, JEAN P.: PsvCIIoI.oGv: Simsbnry.
HARRINGTON, RAY HODGMAN: EI.I-1cIRIC.tI. ENGINEIQIUNG:
HARRINGTON, WAYNE RICHARD: ANIMAL HL'SBANIrkY:
Cold Spring. N. Y.
HATCH, JOHN B.: CIYIL ENGINIaIcIuNG: Willimantic.
HAYNES, GEORGE MARTIN: INIARKEIINCQ Springdale.
HEIMANN, CARI. J.: IAIECHANICAL ENGINEERING: West Haven
HENDEL. THEODORE S.: INSURANCE: New London.
HERBERT, HLTGH E.: ECoNoIvIICs: West Mystic.
HESLOP, THEODORE R.: PotvI.I'Rv HUsB.xNIrItv: Riverdale, Md
HODGSON, CHARLES N.: FoREs'rItv: New London.
HOFFMAN, MARILYN M.: PIIvsIt:.xI, EnUCA:IloN: Bridgeport
HORWITZ, MARVIN M.: ECoNoxIICs: New Haven. '
IIOWIARD, LEWIS Hlsrokv: XVZIICYIJIITY.
HOLDEN, FRANCES E.: ZooI.oGv: Hartford.
HUMMEL, EDWARD LOUIS: Dfuitv ISIANUFACIIFRINGJ Water-
HYMAN. RICHARD J.: ECoNorvIICs: New Haven.
IACINO. Rl.'DOl.PH A.: PIQI.-DIfNI.II.: M'insled.
JAMES, AR'iIiHl'R P.: Ixncsritv: Pawcatuk.
JANNITTO, JOHN M.: INnIvs'rIuAL AmIINIsIIt.xrIoN: Waterbury.
JOHNSON, CHARLES R.: M.fxkItIfrING: Stratford.
RANARE, SIANLEY MARSHALL: SoCIoI.oGv: West Hartfortl.
KENNEDY. THOMAS J.: MIf.c:II,xNIC.fxr. ENGINIQIIUNG: Willi-
RICGINS, EDWARD M.: Zoorocav: Starnford.
KISSANE, JAMES lf., JR.: CIYII. ENGINI'IRlNI.2 Narrgatuck.
KNOWLSON, GEORGE H.: lNsUIt.xNc:I-.: Norfolk.
ROI-ll.I.l'1, PAUL WH' lforufsiitv: Glastonbury.
ROGUT. EDWARD G.: SoCIoI.of.v: Naugatuck.
KROIS, GEORGE R.: EI.I-.CrItIC.II. I'iNGINEIaRINGQ Bvrarn.
RUNIN, LEONARD: NIARKPIING1 Bridgeport.
RYDD, ERNEST F., JR., ZooI.oGv: New London.
LAMPE, WII.LlAM HENRY: INst'rt.xNCI-i Hamden.
LAPUTZ, STEPHEN: EI.I1CrIuc:.u, I'1NClNI'.ERlNGQ Waterford.
LARSON. AIVDREY STRICRLAND: Artis ANI: 'I'IxrII.I's: Rock-
LAZOR. THOMAS E.: ENGI.IsII: Southhury.
LEACOCR, JOHN DEAN: CovIiRNAII-'N'I': Little Neck. N. Y.
LEARY, GEORGE W.: Hrsiokv: East Haven.
LEIPZIGER, FRED: CHI-1xIIsIItv: Middletown.
LEONARD, FREDERICK J.: ENGINEERING: Middle Hadclani.
LEVENTHAL, IRWIN J.: GOVERNMENT: New Haven.
LEWCZYK, EDWARD A.: EI.rCTIxIC.xI. ENGINEERING: New
LEWIS, EVGENE ROBERT: INDUSTRIAI. AmIINIs'rRATIoN: Pros-
LIND, WILLIAM E.: FoItI'sI'Itv: xvlllllllllllllf.
LIPOVSRY, VINCENT ADAM: INnUs'rRIAI. M,tN.xGIiNIIgN'I' and
MECH.xNIC.xL I'INGINF.I'.RING2 Bridgeport.
LOCKHART, C.: FORESTRYQ West Hyannis, Mass.
LOGAN, ROBERT J.: IJAIRY I'RODUC'I'IONZ Newington.
LONG, CEPHAS A.: ACCoIINIING: New Haven.
LOVERIDGE, WILLIAM B.. JR.: PoUt.'IItv: Prospect.
LONCOBARDI, JOHN ANDREW: Crvn. ENGINEI-.RINGQ New
M.xc:ALLISl'ER, T. CRAWFORD: INnIts'IkIxI. M.xNu:IfxII1NI:
MAIN, ROBERT ENGI.IsII: Hartford.
MALKIN, WARD R.: ECoNoxIICs: East Norwalk.
MANION. ROBERT C.: PSYCIIOLOGYQ Wlaterbury.
MANIZZA, GASPER: lNsttR.xNcE: New London.
MANKUS. RICHARD BENJAMIN: Hrsrokv: Thompsonville.
MARCISIN, JOHN W.: AIECHANICAL ENGINEIQIQING: Stafford
MARCUS, NATHAN H.: Zoor.oGv: Rockville.
MARTHA, PAIVI. M.: INDl'S'IRlAl. AmIINIs'I:R.ArIoN: Wallingford.
MASSAD, MICHAEL W.: Crvn. ENGINEEIIING: New London.
MATTHEWS. ROBERT L.: MAIutEI'ING: Milford.
MATTHEWSON, RONALD A.: .AGIuCuI.'I'UR.xI. EXIENSION SI-Itv-
MCCABE, JAMES D.: GovEItNxII1Nr: West Hartford.
MCCLELLAND, RUTH J.: ENGI.IsII: Orange.
MCDEVITT, ROBERT F.: I'IlSI'ORYQ Danbury.
MCGAHEY, ROBERT W.: lNIAIuiE'I'ING: Hamden.
MCKEON, JAMES R.: Crvn. ENGINIIQRING: New Haven.
MCNAMARA, JAMES T., JR.: INSURANCE: South Coventry.
MCVEIGH, JAMES F.: ZooI.oGv: Manchester.
MERCIER, PHILIP LAURENT: CHI-gsrrsrkv: Baltic.
MICHALOWSKI, JOSEPH S.: CIvII. ENGINEERING: New Britain.
MILLER, ARTHUR WILLIAM: IAIARKI-.IIINGQ Greenwich.
MILLER, ERIC H.: ACCoUNrING: Norwalk.
MILLER, WALTER R.: WII.nI.IEE: Rockville.
MITRLYLEVICH, WILLIAM J.: Govt-'IzNMENr: Waterbury.
MORGAN, RONALD A.: PsvCIIoI.oGv: Niantic.
MORRIS, RICHARD: AGRICUI.'I'uIuL ENGINEILIIING: Rockfall.
NESKY, STEPHEN RAYMOND: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMEN'r:
NELSON, WALTER E.: MIfCII.xNICfxI. ENcINI:IfItING: Westbrook.
NEWBURGER, JAMES M.: Psvc:IIoI.oI.v: Westport.
NORCROSS. ROY ERICSON: PRE-BII"IJ.2 Cheshire.
OBRIEN, EDWARD H.: Mxrltt-'MArIGs: Wallingford.
O'GONNEI.L, JEREMIAH J.: EI.Ifit:'IRIt:AI. ENGINI-ZIRING: Hart-
O'GONNOR, JOHN V.. JR.: At:f:oUNI'ING: Bridgeport.
OLENICK, HENRY JOHN: Clvll. ENGINIQI-,RING: Fairfield.
OI.IVIERI, THERESE NANCY: ENGI.lsII: YVest Haven.
OSMAN, EDWARD N.: MARKIAIING: Stamford.
PACKER, ARNOLD C.: BIARKIIING1 West Mystic.
PADULA, LEO M.: VIZII-.RINARIAN 'l'Ift:IINIt:IAN: I.unenburg,
PARKE, YVESLEY YV.: ZooI.oGY: Meriden.
PASCATI, SALVATORE A.: EI,IiC'rRICxI. ENt.INI1LRINt.: Merrow.
PEARSON, ARTHUR G.: EI,EG'rRICAI. ENGINIQIQRING: Fairfield.
PEDERSEN. ROBERT NORMAN: CIVIL ENGINIIQRING: East
PERFETTO, ROBERT P.: CHmIIsI'RY: New Haven.
PERILLIE, PAT EMIL: PRED-MIin.: Bridgeport.
PETERSON, WILLIAM F.: FINANCE: West Hartford.
PERLINIAN, ALVIN: INSURANCE: Bridgeport.
PHOENIX, RITA J.: NURsING: Danielson.
PHELAN, ROBERT F.: PSYCHOLOGY: YVatertown.
PIANKA, HENRY S.: ACCOUNTING: New London.
PICCINETTI, ROBERT: FoREsrRY: New London.
PLANK, GEORGE W.: BIARKIYTINGI Glastonbury.
POCEYVIZ. JOHN: ELIfGTRICAI. ENGINEERING: Oxnard. California.
PRACON, JOHN J.: FORESTRY: Hartford.
PRENTIS, EUGENE: ENGLISH.
RAKICH. ANTONE T.: ZooLoGY: Waterbury.
RATHBUN, WARREN F.: ELECTRICAL ENGINIcIiRINt..
RATNER, CHARLES A.: INnUsTRIAI. M.-YNAGEAIIINT: New Haven.
REDMAN. JOHN THEODORE: INSURANCE: East Haven.
REID. FRED: Bro-CHIf1MIsTRY: Aniston.
RENTZ. EDWARD A.: BIARKETING2 Naugatuck.
RENZULLI, MICHAEL A.: ZooI.oGY: Bridgeport.
RICHARDSON, PETER B.: ENGLIsII: Woodstock.
RIPLEY, WILLIAM C.: FORESTRY.
RITCHIE, FRANCIS J.: SOCIOLOGY: Hartford.
ROBB, SAMUEL J.: MARKETING: Manchester.
ROBERTS. GEORGE D.: GOVERNMENT: Litchheld.
ROBERTS, JANET M.: ENGLISH: Worcester. Mass.
ROSA. DOM F.: MATHEMATICS: Waterbury.
ROSENBLATT, SIDNEY: HIs'roRY: Hartford.
ROSSI, FRANCIS VINCENT: CIYII. ENGINEERING: Hartford.
RUSSELL, ARTHUR J.: ZooI.oGY: New Haven.
RUXTON, STANLEY L.: DAIRY MANAGIQAII-Nr: Dutnbartonf
RYBA, EDWARD G.: BIARKETING2 Stamford.
SAMUELSON. ROBERT O.: ENGLIsII: New Haven.
SANFORD, JAY PLEPLER: BIARKETINGC Bridgeport.
SANSONE. FRANCIS S.: CIVIL ENGINEERING: Hartford.
SAPKOYVITZ, MARVIN HOYVARD: PsYCHoI.oGY: Stamford.
SATULA, ALBERT V.: GF.RAI.-NNI YVatertown.
SCHATZ, PAUL F.: MATIHIENIATICS: West Hartford.
SCHLAIN, SIDNEY: CvOVI'.RNMENT, INrERNA'rIoNAL RLI.AIIoNs:
SCHOENHAUS, ALAN E.: PsYCHoLoGY: South Norwalk.
SCHUBERT, ARTHUR C.: GOYERNMENT: Clinton.
SCIRE, RICHARD L.: HISTORY: East Norwalk.
SECONDO, THOMAS OGLETHORPE: SPANISH: Thompson-
SEMEL, DAVID: EIECIRICAI. ENGINIPERING: Willimantic.
SHANLEY, JAMES F.: ACCOUNTING! Glastonbury.
SHAWAH. GEORGE M.: HISTORY: Danbury.
SHEEHY. JOHN W.: BIARKEFINGQ Shelton.
SIIEl"I", PE'Iil'1R JOHN: IIIIYSIIJSQ Hartford.
SIIERWOOD, EDWARD J.: INIufsIRY: Bridgeport.
SHUL'I'IS, HENRY R.: l'nvsICAI. I'1nt't1AIIoN: Ifarinington.
SKARUPA, JACOB A.: GovIRNrvIINI: Torrington.
SMITH, DEAN R.: lYI.A'I'III1AIAIICs: Storrs.
SMITH. FRANK T.: IYIARKl"IINI.1 New London.
SMITH, GEORGE E.: ICNGLISIIZ New Haven.
SMITH, GEORGE H.: DAIRY FARNIING: Ridgefield.
SMITH, HAROLD IV.: MARKI-1IlNG: lA'est Haven.
JAMES CIII1NIIsIRY: Darien.
SMITH: LAWTON H.: ZooI.ot.Y: West Hartford.
SMITH. RODNEY ARTHUR: BIECIIANICAI. ENt.INrIaRING: Stani-
SOCQUET, GEORGE J.: I'il.I"GIiRICKI, I'lNl.INI"I'RlNI.I Danielson
SOKOLSKI, ISABELLE B.: SoCIoI.oGY: New Britain.
SPALLONE, YVILLIAM D.: Clvll. ENI.INI.I'RINr.: YVaterburv.
SPERDUTI, ALEXANDER F.: IVII-CIIANIt:AI. I'lNGINlIfRINf-I Bris.
SPOSTA, JOSEPH: ISORIAISIRYZ Greenwith.
STANTON. ROBERT F.: EI,IcC'rRICAI. ENt.INIaI-'RINt.,- Southington
SULLIVAN, DANIEL J.: INsURANCIf: Jewett Citv.
SUPINA, LEO E.: PIIYsICs: Stafford Springs.
SUPP, JOAN W.: PsYCHoI.oGY: South Coventry.
SYMMES, DANIEL DEAN, JR.: PsYCIIoI.oGY: West Haven.
TABOL, STANLEY S.: CI-ImIIs'rRY: Hartford.
TAYLOR, FREDERICK B.: HoRI'It:IrI.'IIiRE: Storrs.
TERINO, RICHARD J.: INnIvsrRIAI. NIARKETINGQ Southington
THOMPSON, MIRIAM E.: ENIQLISII: Storrs.
THOMPSON, YVILLIAM DAVIS: BIARKETINGQ New Haven.
TIERNEY, ROBERT F.: SoCIoLoGY: Wallingford.
TIMCHAK, ANDREW R.: MARKETING: Willimantic.
TIMLIN, BERNARD J.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: New Haven
TOLOZKO, LEONARD: GEOLOGY: Middletown.
TORBICK: EDWARD P.: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Wethers
TRANCHINA, PAUL: IYIECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Storrs.
VICHI, FRANK JOSEPH: NIECIIANICAL ENGINEERING: Man
VILLANI, C. PAUL: PSYCIIOLOGYI New London.
VOLPE, JOSEPH F.: ZooI.oGY: New Haven.
VOULGARIS. ELIAS C.: FINANCE: YVaterbury.
WAGENBRENNER, ANTON G.: AGRICUI.II'RAI. ENGINrERINf.
WALSH, HELEN B.: ISNGLISHI Bridgeport.
WATRAS, HENRY: ECoNoNIICs: Hartford.
WEBB, JAMES L.: EI.ECrRICAL ENGINEERING: Old Greenwich.
WETHERELL, DONALD F.: BOTANY: Manchester.
WHINNEM, DONALD Y.: BIARKETINGI Hartford.
WHIPPLE, BURTON P.: MATHErsIATICs: Gales Ferry.
WIDHOLM, WALLACE: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIGN: Astoria.
XVILKES, RICHARD CHARLES: ELECIRICAI. ENGINEERING: Eas
WILLEY. RICHARD N.: GovERN1vIrNT: Norwich.
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WILSON, DAVID NIECIIANICAI. ENGINIfrRING: Willitnantic.
WINSLOW, RICHARD A.: NIARKFIINGZ Glenbrook.
YVOODING, ROBERT L.: ENGI.IsH: YVaterburv.
WRIGHT. DAVIA F.: ENGINILIQRINI.: Ansonia.
YONCLAS, GEORGE: ENGI.IsII: West Hartford.
ZACK. DAVID F.: BTI-'CIIANICAL ENGINII-ARING: Deep River.
ZALASKI, JOSEPH A.: CQOVI-.RNMINF2 Terrvville.
ZEMINA. FRANK RICHARD: MARKI-IING: Branford.
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If anything personilies the spirit of Fort Trumbull. it is the May Frolic.
On this weekend the exuberance of the Trumbull men reaches its peak.
The May Frolic idea was originated and put into effect the first year
of the fort. Each successive class since has tried not only to match but
to better the previous year's success . . . the name bands such as Elliot
Lawrence and the Blue Baron, the choosing of a queen who arrives
by airplane. the tea dances. the picnics. the swimming. the sailing. and
the big formal . . . all these. integrated. and mixed well with gaiety,
are the May Frolic.
This year's theme was "Shipwreck" pertaining to the sinking of the
Trumbull ship . . . with the closing of the Fort Trumbull Branch this
1950 dance is the last of the famed Frolics.
Lois Pawlak arrived by sea. rather than air. to be crowned queen of
the May Frolic XVeekend. She reigned over an informal dance abound-
ing with the shipwreck atmosphere. a picnic on the shore. and the
formal at which she was presented with her crown.
The 1950 May Frolic Hleekend was an appropriate climax to the
other Frolics and to all the other social affairs held by the branch.
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The Hartford Branch, which is located in the Henry Barnard
School, is under the direction of Mr. Wilbur R. Griswold.
He was photographed in consultation with the president and
the secretary of the Hartford Senate.
The Branch is well-equipped for study, as exemplified by
the library, the mechanical drawing room for the engineers.
and the chemistry lab. However, they have not overlooked
relaxation. There is a comfortable lounge where they may
drink cokes, play cards, or read the latest club notices.
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THis IS THE s'roRv of one of the greatest sport years in the history of the
University of Connecticut:
Head Coach Hugh Greer and his basketball team were playing big-
time colleges on their home court during the Christmas vacation . . .
Manhattan, Pittsburgh. Muhlenberg . . . They had already met Yale
and Brown: and Buffalo. Rhode Island. Wayne and Dartmouth
remained to be played . . . Shortly after the first contest of the Yule
vacation. University President Albert N. Jorgensen announced that
O. Christian. head coach of football for the past fifteen years, had
been made Director of Intercollegiate Athletics: George Van Bibber.
whose position Christian had filled. was made Director of the new
School of Physical Education . . .
Times change. and with it. conceptions . . . Only a short time before
those big-time basketball attractions on the serene Storrs campus. the
entire state and the greater P2111 of New England had been rocked
by the gigantic upheaval in the athletic department at Connecticut.
Connecticut. the college long on tradition but short on athletic
prowess. had removed its Mother Hubbard wraps of poverty on the
gridiron . . . Her children were living, now, in the newest of dormi-
tories, studying in beautifully remodeled classrooms. Arthur Valpey.
Head Coach at ivy-shrouded Harvard for two years, was lured to the
up-and-coming University of Connecticut . . . And the Husky basket-
ball team whipped Dartmouth. Rhode lsland, Wayne and Brown . . .
The track team. for the first time in the history of the school, won
two indoor track meets. And while they were winning, President
'lorgensen was announcing that in the near future the team would have
a new. ultra-modern field house to practice in . . . Hawley Armory
would pass into oblivion.
Fencing was added to our rapidly expanding sports program . . .
In soccer we placed a man on the All-American squad for the second
year in a row . . . Our golf team copped the Yankee Conference title
for the second straight time . . . Plans for a new football stadium, seat-
ing 20.000, were disclosed . . . The cross country team, turned in one
of its greatest records. and won the Connecticut Valley Championships.
A jumping-jack sophomore from Bloomfield. Connecticut, by the
name of Vincent Yokabaskas, broke immortal Walt Dropo's all-time
scoring record in basketball . . . Roy Guyer's fabulous archery team
easily won the Intercollegiate Outdoor Championship for the twelfth
year in succession . . .
Some call it the first earmarks of so-called "big-time" athletics on
the rolling campus of Storrs. Others prefer to say it was just the
natural growth following a great war. UConn grew academically while
it grew athletically.
One of the most beautiful Physical Education buildings in the
country was thrown open to the bulging student body. Housed within
the magnificent structure is a Hollywood-like swimming pool that
seats 1000 people . . . three huge basketball courts which handle one
of the best intramural programs a college can provide its students . . .
new offices, more help.
Truly. times have changed at Connecticut. It's a big school now.
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Connecticuts feyered hopes of a quick crash into
the "big-time" fell dismally on the 25th of September
when Yale University whipped the Huskies, 26-0,
before 35,000 fans in the Yale Bowl.
After holding the vaunted Elis to a skimpy 7-0
victory the previous season, hopes were sky-high for
a UConn triumph this Fall, but once again the Bull-
dogs proved they were still out of the reach of the
growing state university.
Bobbie Zeleznikar and Leroy Tulp had the Con-
necticut fans buzzing in the early stages of the con-
test when they alternated in carrying the ball right
to the Yale doorstep, only to lose possession by fum-
bling on the three-yarcl line.
Then Yale went to work. Bob Spears, Yale fullback.
scored the first touchdown, and the Bulldogs added
another in nothing flat when they recovered another
costly U.C. fumble on the l7-yard line. Yale added
a pair of scores in the second half to turn the game
into a one-sided affair.
liven more disastrous than the defeat for the Hus-
kies was the loss of three regulars-one for the re-
mainder of the season. Charley YVolfe, a three-letter-
man and captain of the Yale game, suffered a broken
left wrist on the first play following the kickoff, and
the Middletown athlete never returned to uniform.
Charley played a guard position.
Quarterback Jackie Hollfelder received a bad cut
over his right eye in the second quarter and was sent
to the New Haven Hospital. It was his last game.
Zelelnikar was the third ol' the Nutmeggers to leave
the game with an injury. Bob sustained a bad bruise
on his thigh and failed to participate in the next
game. As a matter ol' lact, that injurv kept Duluth.
Minnesota on the bench lor three lull games during
the course of the season.
A sophomore quarterback, Rav Good, an ex-Marine,
displayed a line defensive brand ol' ball to tome out
as one ol' the stars ol' the season's opener.
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An expected breather lor the squad lollowing the
big Yale game proved to be just the opposite as a
stubborn American International College team held
the Huskies to a slim. 1-1-0 triumph. There was noth-
ing spectacular about the Connecticut win. Except
for the line running of Paul Martha and some good
defensive work by Thad Sobieski, Frank Defenzo and
John Blake of the Huskies, the game was dull and
listless for the 4.500 lans who witnessed the home
Martha, a shiftv lelt hallfback from XVallingl'ord
scored one UConn touchdown, scampering ll vards.
The other touchdown came when Hank Zaleski
Hipped a 53-yard scoring pass to Delenzo.
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The lead taken from the story which appeared in
the CONNECTICUT CAMPUS newspaper perhaps
best describes the third game of the season: "Spring-
held. Mass.-A lightning-fast, crisp-blocking Spring-
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lield College football team out-ran, and generally out-
played, a poorly functioning Connecticut eleven 26-7."
Connecticut held the Redmen to a mere 54 yards
net rushing the first half and trailed, 7-0, at the half.
But the last two quarters produced 214 yards and
three more touchdowns for Springfield as the Con-
necticut defense fell apart.
Paced by tiny Bobby Dagostino, who gained 167
yards and scored two of the touchdowns, the Bay
State team had little trouble beating the Connecticut
Hank Zaleski and Frank DeZenzo, for the second
week in a row, furnished the only noticeable football
that the home fans could cheer about. Zaleski
chucked a 15-yard pass to DeZenzo, and the Bridge-
port end ran the remaining 50 yards for the only
Connecticut marker of the afternoon.
During the rout, the Huskies fumbled the ball seven
times. Clearly, they missed Charley Wolfe and Jack
Connecticut 12 Maine I2
YValt Trojanowski, the rambling Connecticut full-
back who had set the nation's individual scoring pace
in 1945, was rambling again. Although the UConns
were picked over Maine by most of the prognosti-
cators, the Bears, under their new coach Davey Nelson,
had the Huskies rocking in the last period with a
The Trojanowski, who had returned to school fol-
lowing a long absence, went to work. He bulldozed
his way up and down the gridiron and finally with
two minutes remaining in the game, The Trojan
plowed ten yards through the middle of the Maine
line to give Connecticut a tie. With this tie went a
share of Connecticut's first Yankee Conference foot-
ball title. Connecticut and Maine finished the season
with identical "2 and 1" records to share the crown.
Connecticut 125 Newport Naval T.S.0
The twice defeated Connecticut juggernaut scut-
tled Newport Naval Training Station, 125-0 fthat's
right, 125-Op before 3,500 rain-soaked fans at Gardner
Dow Field. The unbelieving UConn boosters watched
as thc- heavier and much faster YfVhite Knights battered
the outclassed sailors from stem to stern.
The score broke every existing record in the Connect-
icut books. and perhaps a few national marks as well,
Tackle Matt Johnson scored 14 points, all on extra
points. Carmen Abate kicked off 17 times for the
Blue and XVhite. In all, Connecticut gained 469 yards
on the ground and 100 through the air. A total of 18
touchdowns and one safety were scored. Frankie Alu
was the outstanding back of the afternoon as he
score three touchdowns. one on a 51-yard dash and
another good lor 42. Thirteen players took part in
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The I949 football squad became the hrst team in
the history of the school to travel by air. but their
opposition. Kent State of Kent. Ohio. were not
impressed as they tagged a 27-0 licking on the in-
vaders from the East.
This was the second meeting between the two inter-
sectional rivals. and the Huskies were out to avenge
at stinging 42-26 setback by the same eleven a year ago.
But avenge they did not. Hlilbur Little. sensational
Negro tailback who plagued the Huskies in 1948.
again was the main attraction as he scored two touch-
downs and set up a third.
Paul Martha and IValt Trojanowski paced the
Huskie attack with IGS yards between them.
Connecticut 23 Rhode Island C
A hard-charging Connecticut line set up two Con-
necticut touchdowns within the enemy eight-yard line
as the University of Connecticut hung a 23-U shutout
on arch-rival Rhode Island State College. It gave the
UConns six straight victories over Rhode Island.
George Blueher, Connecticut's stellar guard,
pounced on a Ram fumble on the four-yard line early
in the first period, and two plays later his team was
leading, 6-0. Again in the final quarter, Dom Rosa
recovered a fumble on the Rhode Island eight, and
in four plays UConn scored.
Bob Zeleznikar, playing his first game in three
weeks scored the first UConn touchdown. Connecti-
cut advanced within the 35-yard line on three occa-
sions. but each time the tough Rhode Island line held.
Charley Christensen scored the second Connecticut
tally on a I6-yard pass from Leo Pinsky. Before Zelez-
nikar was able to score his last touchdown from the
one yard line, the Huskie line scored its second safety
of the year when they trapped a Rhode Island half-
back in his own end zone. This totaled the 23 points
as Matt Johnson had a perfect day with "3 for 3"
Connecticut 2 ew Hampshire
A Connecticut football team that could do nothing
wrong this frosty November afternoon hammered out
a lop-sided 27-7 decision over New Hampshire Uni-
versity to gain a share of the Yankee Conference
crown before 7,500 roaring fans on Gardner Dow
Playing before the largest crowd of the season that
had come to witness the annual Dad's Day and its
collegiate shenanigans, the Mfhite Knights exploded
for three touchdowns in the second half after coming
from behind to tie the score at 7-7 before the half.
Sparked by the brilliant running of XValt 'l'rojan-
owski, Bob Zeleznikar and Matt Banovetf, and the
equally outstanding defensive work ol' Thad Sobieski,
George Blueher, Frank Delenxo, -Iohnny Blake and
Ray XVolcott, the Huskies took the measure of the
Durham team for the first time in 22 years. Not since
1927 -ten games-had the Huskies beaten New
Charley Christensen, Connecticut end, scored the
UConn's first marker when he took a pass from Dick
Gaudino and wiggled 45 yards.
In the hectic second half, Gaudino put Connecticut
ahead to stay by scootng lfor a touchdown. Trojan-
owski crashed over for the third Connecticut touch-
down, and Zeleznikar finished the scoring with a 54-
yard romp after taking a punt. Matt Johnson booted
for -1" during the contest.
tlhio Wesle an 43 Connecticut I2
Connecticut's football team ran into a red-hot Ohio
ififesleyan team in Delaware, Ohio. and came out on
the short end of a 43-I2 score to close the 1949 grid
season. Making their second trip of the year to
Ohio, the Nutmeggers were treated even more rudely
than they had been by Kent State.
The Battling Bishops had little difficulty penetrat-
ing the UConn forward wall, piling up 265 yards
rushing. Little Bobbie MacFarland, a 135-lb. pack-
age of dynamite, was just too much for Connecticut
to handle. In the air the winners were just as effective,
gaining 176 yards.
Bob iifesowicz, sophomore guard, scored one UConn
touchdown when he gathered in a pop-fumble at mid-
Held and rumbled all the way. Bob Zeleznikar com-
pleted seven passes for a total of 92 yards.
This marked the end ol' the campaign for the squad
and it gave them a "Li-4-1" record.
After the last football had been tucked away. vet-
erans George Blueher and Charley Yifolfe were named
honorary co-captains for the season. Both of the boys
played guard positions and both had completed four
years of football for the University.
Further honors came to the squad when the first
annual Hartford Courant All-State Small College All-
Star team was selected. Voted berths on the mythical
team were Frank DeZenzo fendj, George Blueher and
Thad Sobieski Qtacklej. Delenzo and Sobieski were
given honorable mentions on several of the All-New
AIUNI-1 C.R,umuAT1oN raised havoc with the 1948 National
Championship soccer team. Lost to the squad were
All-Americans Porty Pratt and Stewart Johnson. Also
missing from the greatest soccer team the University
has ever had were Don Grant an All-New England
goalie and Larry Dubuc. The team and coach Jack
Squires had four gaping holes to Fill. But lest you
get the idea the sport was to be abandoned, the Hus-
kies were rated one of the top teams in the United
States even before the season had started. You see,
they had two All-Aniericans returning and two others
who were selected on the All-New England team.
They also had a I2-game winning streak going that
every college on their schedule wanted to snap.
Although the team did not repeat as National
Champions. they were nonetheless champions. They
won seven games, lost three and tied one. They
played the best that New England, and the Ivy
League, had to offer.
Connecticut 5 Dartmouth 0
A good Dartmouth eleven was rated "even" to end
the UConn streak right of the reel, but paced by All-
American Merrit "Mike" Baldwin, Connecticut set
down Dartmouth easily.
This ran their streak to I3 straight games and from
all appearances. the booters had another great team.
Connecticut 2 Yale I
The Huskies made lun olf Ivy League soccer lor
the second game in a row as they humbled arch-rival
Yale before 3,000 Storrs fans.
.Ion Ohms gave the Connecticut rooters a once-in-
a-lifetime thrill when he booted a goal from 35 yards
out. George Cleveland, one of the outstanding soccer
players of the year, booted in a score lor the second
Connecticut. 5 Williams 0
Playing before 800 fans on Gardner Dow Field the
Huskies romped to a 5-0 win over previously unbeaten
Mfilliams College. The win extended Connecticut's
streak to 15 straight.
All-American Carlos Fetterolf booted in two goals
to bring his season's total to four and George Cleve-
land added another to push his consecutive scoring
streak to three games.
Connecticut l llarvaru 0
George Cleveland, center forward, calmly booted in
a penalty kick with 58 seconds remaining in the first
half to give Connecticut its 16th straight soccer tri-
umph. a 1-0 squeeker over Harvard.
Harvard was the third Ivy League team to lall
before the Huskies this season. The game was an
exciting contest that provided fine defensive work by
both teams. High winds on the Huskies' home field
made it difficult for either team to launch a steady
Connecticut 4 Massachusetts l
Against UMass, the Huskies ran their streak to 17
straight games. Three of the Connecticut goals came
as the result of spectacular "throw-ins" by Carlos
Fetterolf and Mike Baldwin. George Cleveland scored
another goal to extend his personal streak to five con-
Brown 3 Connecticut 2
One of the greatest strings of athletic victories by a
Connecticut team was ended in Providence on the 26th
of October when a mediocre Brown University soccer
team upset Connecticut, 3-2 in the last 16 seconds of
NVith the score tied 2-2, the Bruins made a quick
thrust into UConn territory. and in an ensuing scuffle
in front of the cage. the ball bounced off a Connecti-
cut defender and into the nets. This was the first
defeat inflicted upon a Connecticut soccer team since
A wet, soggy field hampered Connecticut's speedy
attack. But there were no excuses offered by the play-
ers themselves. Brown, winner of only one game,
played an aggressive brand of ball and took advantage
of every Connecticut misplay.
Springfield 4 Connecticut l
Springheld College tacked a 4-l defeat on the Hus-
kies in Springfield, Mass. It was a big win for the
Maroons, who had lost their national crown to Con-
necticut the previous year. The defensive work of
jim Blozie was easily the outstanding performance of
Connecticut 7 Clark ll
The Huskies came back strong the following week
to dump Clark University, 7-0. It was the highest
score of the year for Connecticut.
Connecticut 3 M. l. T. 3
Dale Aborn scored his hrst two goals of the season
for the Nutmeggers, and big ones they were. With
only seconds remaining in the game, and his team
trailing by a 3-2 score. Aborn kicked in his second
goal of the afternoon to give the Huskies a 3-3 tie
and save them from an upset.
Connecticut l Wesleyan C
The Huskies gained their seventh win of the year
by edging a good Xtlesleyan soccer team in Middle-
town. The contest was one of the best of the season
as both squads turned in spectacular defensive plays.
Tommy Nevers and .lim Blozie. along with Paul Sall-
ing and goalie Herb Tschununi, stavecl off repeated
vvesieyan rallies after Mike Baldwin booted in the
Little Marv Kirshman played one of the best games
of his career, setting-up and kicking-out brilliantly.
Havana I Connecticut 0
A touring University of Havana team put on a daz-
zling display of footwork and passing before 2,000 Con-
necticut rooters, but only managed a 1-0 victory for
Although you don't read it in the box scores and
summaries, the UConns played spectacular soccer.
Paul Salling, Carlos Fetterolf, Jim Blozie and Mike
Baldwin played the greater part of the season with
crippling injuries. Jon Ohms was hurt during the
later stages of the year and Jack Squires, soccer coach,
was forced to use several untested sophomores.
Then, too, the Huskies lost a regular halfback just
before the Brown game when John Tedford left for
California to enter a National Dairy Contest.
New England coaches and writers expressed their
true feeling towards this fine, Connecticut team when
they voted four UConns to the All-New England
team. Carlos Fetterolf, Mike Baldwin and Jim Blozie
made the team for the second year in a row, and
George Cleveland was the fourth player to make the
squad. Jon Ohms was named to the second team.
Blozie, a highly competitive athlete from South
Windsor and one of the greatest players in the school's
history, also landed a position on the All-American.
PERHAPs 'rms Bicsoissis thing during the 1949-50 swim-
ming season was the christening of the new pool in
the million-dollar physical education building.
And then perhaps next in line for mention was
the unheard of action of calling a swimming meet off
because of the lack of water. New York University,
with the metropolitan area in the middle of a serious
water shortage due to the lack of rain, was forced to
cancel its match with the Huskies.
But elsewhere along the line, Connecticut won four
meets and lost five. Wliat started out as an excellent
squad quickly dwindled to a mediocre team when
five lettermen for various reasons failed to compete.
Witli the christening of the new pool came new rec-
ords in all events. Jimmy MacNamee, a sophomore.
was the outstanding swimmer on the team. Among the
top point getters were Bart Schmidt Qfreestylej, Bill
Anderson ffreestylej and Dave Squires Qbackstrokej.
Bart Schmidt, a senior, was awarded the plaque
which is annually presented by the University to
the swimmer who has made the greatest contribution
during the year to the sport of swimming.
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antiquated Hawley .-Xrrnory, had never before in the
history of the school won more than one indoor track
meet in a season. The l950 squad won two, sweeping
YVesleyan and lyfassachusetts.
Moving outdoors, Connecticut continued to win as
it never had before. The expansion of all athletics
at Connecticut was typified by this track team that
had improved with the growth of the school in spite
of poor facilities.
Once on the Gardner Dow Track, the UConns
romped to four straight dual victories over Massa-
chusetts tfllw,--l2Wj, Coast Guard Q81-5-lj. NVesleyan
t76M2-5855, and XVorcester Tech QSSM-37Wj.
The Huskies closed the season with two losses. but
they lost to squads with a fine reputation in track,
Wlilliains and Springfield.
Bruno Giordano, who had paced the UConns to
a good cross country season, also guided the track
squad. The Stamford youth broke the two-mile rec-
ord. Carlos Fetterolf, holder of the school dash rec-
ord of :09.7, won the two biggest races ol the track
year, the Yankee Conference and the New Englands.
Fetterolf, although beaten by his teammate, Franny
Flynn, three times during the season, came through
in the big races and won the 100-yard dash.
iuxcli-Ln isv smooth-striding Bruno Giordano, and with
plenty ol' help from Howie Rubin and .Xdolph
Grimm, the Connecticut cross country squad enjoyed
one ol' its most successful seasons in the past ten years.
Giordano, a 21-year-old junior from Stamford, was
an individual first place winner in six ol' Connetti-
cut's eight matches, and did not finish lower than
second in dual competition. He placed lourth in the
New Iinglands. Rubin, a senior, and Grimm, a soph-
omore, were consistently in the top five.
The team opened the season unauspiciously, losing
to YVesleyan and Brown. Only three points repre-
sented the difference between UConn and XVesleyan.
The Huskies then proceeded to whip Northeastern
and Coast Guard. They dropped their third meet of
the year when Rhode Island State College beat them
by a single point.
Connecticut then led six other colleges to the wire
in the Connecticut Valley Championships. Boston
University brought an undefeated cross country squad
to Storrs and went away beaten 26-29 tlow score winsj.
As a team, the Huskies placed third in the New ling-
lands. The following Saturday they finished second
in the six-team Yankee Conference showdown, and
then wound up the campaign with a 26-29 victory
over Springfield College.
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coxIINc: BACK with ten lettermen from 1949's team that
won I3 games. the University of Connecticut baseball
team was decidedly a disappointment. It would have
been a complete Hop had not the Huskies stamped
themselves with with a dash of immortality by becom-
ing the first team in Connecticut history to beat Yale
University in baseball.
Trailing 3-l in the last inning ol the New Haven
games. the Huskies, sparked by Stan Sorota, came up
with a big 4-run inning to nip the Bulldogs 5-4.
Other than their fine performance over Yale, the
UConns, pitifully weak in pitching, lost eight of their
15 games. Dick Love, a three-year man, was the only
experienced pitcher coach O. Christian could go
Despite the record. the UConns. with a better than
lair offensive, were always a threat. Not only did they
win the big one against Yale, but they copped two
games from arch-rival Rhode Island State.
ri-ii-1 l950 University ol' Connecticut basketball tc-am
proved to be one ol the winningest. most colorlul
squads this serene campus has ever had.
Hugh Creer, the UConn's popular coach who was
starting his third lull season. was blessed with a wealth
ol' material, but was also laced with the toughest
schedule the Huskies had ever tmdertaken. The
coach, who two years in a row had set a new record
for the most games won in a single seascm, had six
lettermen around which to mold another club. but
then there were such basketball powerhouses as Yale.
Brown, Dartmouth. Manhattan, Muhlenberg, Pitts-
burgh, XVayne, and Rhode Island State to contend
It wasn't all roses lor the Ccmnecticut squad. As
a matter ol' fact, even the most loyal ol' the team boost-
ers wouldn't wager a hill ol' beans the Huskies would
have a winning year alter a disastrous early season
start which saw Connecticut losing live straight con-
As predicted, the squad rang in the new season with
resounding success, easily whipping American Inter-
national College, Springfield and Tufts.
Then came the drought. The Houndering Huskies
lost to Brown, Yale. Manhattan, Pittsburgh and Muh-
lenberg. A master strategist, Greer took his Huskies
by the leash and engineered as fine a rebuilding job
as any coach has ever done.
llunking his set patterns and orthodox delense.
Greer employed a full-court press which saw the Hus-
kies hounding their opponent all over the hardwoods.
Considerable juggling was done with the various
line-ups. and when the job was completed. Connecti-
cut proceeded to raise havoc between two baskets.
Scoring high and guarding closely, the Huskies
were molded into a whippet-lean, basket-lmngry crew.
Playing the game with the throttle wide open. Greer
was forced to use his entire bench olf Iilteen players
in almost every game, and as the record shows, he
handled his substitutions llawlessly.
Following those five straight deleats. Connecticut
roared back to win l-I ol their last I7 games and
gain lor themselves a rating as the number two basket-
ball team oli New England behind Holy Cross.
The season produced several new records. A dead-
eyecl sophomore, Vinny Yokabaskas. scorecl -117 points
Eddie Gates shows how
he lines 'em up.
to shatter XValt Dropo's mark lor points scored in a
single season. Then too, the Huskies ripped Boston
University IU7-67 to establish a record lor the most
points scored in one game.
Connecticut 66 - AIC 51
Vinny Yokabaskas wasted no time in starting his all-
time scoring record as he swishecl I5 points through
the hoops to pace the Huskies to an easy win over
AIC. Stan Sorota, starting his lourth varsity year,
scored ll points, while Wzillyf' VVidholm added IO.
Connecticut 56 - Springfield 36
Pete Lind led the Connecticut squad this time.
scoring I-1 tallies. In all, I3 players took part in the
scoring, but Yokabaskas was held to a paltry three,
the cmly time of the season he would go below double
Connecticut 56 - Tufts 39
Tulfts College of Medford, Mass.. brought a team
that averaged 6'3" into the huge Storrs Cage lor the
third game old the season and the Blue and XVhite
responded with a sound, 56-39 triumph. Eddie Lip-
tak a sharp-eyed transfer from Fort Trumbull, pulled
the game out in the second half by netting ll points.
XfVally Mlidholm tied for scoring honors with ll.
Brown 69 - Connecticut 59
A recl-hot Brown team pinned the Iirst loss ol' the
year on the UConns in Marvel Gymnasium in Provi-
dence. Led by the matchless Francis "Moe" Mahoney.
the Bruins poured it on in the early stages ol' the game
and led 37-2l at the hall. Ccmnecticut made a torrid
drive in the second hall, but Brown was not to be
denied. Mahoney canned 2l points in the victory.
while Eddie Cates paced Connecticut with IS.
Yale 62 - Connecticut 44
Connecticut never did get into the ball game. and
arch-rival Yale lashicmecl an easy victory over the
weak-shooting Huskies. who could only manage to
hit I6 per cent ol' their shots lrom the floor. Cates
and Yokabaskas caged ten points apiece. while Teddy
Anderson was getting lti lor Eli.
Manhattan 71 - Connecticut 56
Meeting the Iirst ol' three intersectional opponents
over the Christmas Holidays. Connecticut turned in
a good. sound game ol' basketball, but couldn't match
the Iaspers in the late stages ol the contest. UConn
trailed by a 55-:'ml score with live minutes to play, but
"Ducks" does it again against New Hampshire.
deadly shooting lrom the outside and control off the
backboards enabled the visitors to pull away. Yoka-
baskas again led his team with I9 points.
Pittsburgh 52 - Connecticut 35
Although Connecticut was playing its seventh game
of the season, Pittsburgh, a team that was opening
their own season, gave the Huskies a lesson in set-
patterns, playmaking and deft passing.
Like clockwork, the Pitt crew worked off their pivot
man to count on easy "duck" shots under the basket.
Pitt led at the half, 33-I3 and then coastecl to the win.
Muhlenberg 73 - Connecticut 61
A veteran Muhlenberg College team provided the
opposition, and the l,600 fans who saw the contest
were completely satisfied with night of basketball to
which they had been treated. The Huskies played
their finest game of the season against the Mules from
Allentown, Penn. Yokabaskas fby this time dubbed
"Yogi-Basketsnj put on an exhibition of shooting that
netted 26 points. George Mackin, a red-hot substi-
tute who came off the bench in the second quarter,
scored I9 points.
Connecticut 65 - Maine 56
.X vastly improved University of Maine team fell
before a Connecticut squad that were attempting
desperately to shake oil their five game losing streak.
Connecticut won, but they did it the hard way, by
rumiing' the Black Bears into the floor. Under a new
coach, the Bears had a brand-spanking new offense
and came into the Connecticut game undeleatecl.
They had won lour straight.
Rhode Island 83 -Connecticut 65
Fiank lieaney, the immortal race horse coach ol
the Rhody Rams was no longer on the basketball
scene. but traces ol his style were very evident this
night in Rodman Hall. Rhode Island set a scorching
pace in the second hall to turn the game into a rout
alter the hall-time score of 37-34. Yokabaskas, and
Rhode IsIand's Don Shannon dazzled the packed
house with spectacular shooting. liach boy scored 27
points loi his team. The UConn record was now
"I and li."
Connecticut 65 - Wayne 47
Connecticut copped its filth victory off the season
before a home crowd by whipping IVayne University
ol Detroit. Michigan. Yokabaskas was high man lor
Charlie Muzikevik, Coach Hugh Greer and Jim Connors.
the UConns, but the outstanding player on the court
was Dick Hall, ItVayne's 6'3f' center, who scored I9
Larry "Chuck" Miller, a sophomore, scored nine
points lor the Huskies.
Massachusetts 6l - Connecticut 57
Comiecticut was ready to bring its record back to
a .500 basis at .-Xmlierst, but the Redmen, who hadn't
won a game lrom Connecticut in ten years, had dil-
lerent ideas. And they had their way. Hustling all
the way, and shooting better than 40 per cent lrom
the floor, the Yankee Conference opponent all but
knocked UConn out ol the picture for a repeat on
the title. In defeat, Yokabaskas was at his best, scor-
ing 27 points.
Connecticut 77 - Northeastern 40
This was the start ol a five-gaine winning streak for
the UConns. Pacecl by Hank Bartnicki, who dipped
I5 points, the Huskies won easily.
Connecticut 73 -New Hampshire 35
Continuing their hot scoring tempo, the Huskies
maintained their mastery over the WVilclcats. The
New Hampshire team has not beaten Connecticut in
Connecticut 56 - Buffalo 40
The Huskies hit the road for the second time dur-
ing the season and won a harcl-earnecl victory over
Buffalo. In comparatively "big-time" company, the
Huskies showed the Buffalo fans what colorful basket-
ball was. The full court press stymied the New York-
ers. Bartnicki was high scorer with I3 points. The
Huskies were now ahead of themselves in games won
Connecticut 78 - Dartmouth 71
Hanover, New Hampshire, hoop enthusiasts saw
the racy Storrs club at its best. In the opinion of this
writer, who saw every game of the season, the Dart-
mouth yictory was the greatest basketball game Con-
necticut played during the season. It had to be great.
They were playing Ivy League basketball . . . and
at one stage ol the first period Connecticut was trail-
ing, l9-3. Surely it appeared as though a I6-point
lead was good enough even against a high-scoring
team. But once Stan Sorota had stolen three passes
in succession to score six points, the Big Green couldn't
stop Hugh Greer's team.
Yokabaskas scored I0 points, Sorota ll. and Pete
Connecticut 61 - Vermont 44
Playing' away from home didn't seem to bother
Connecticut, and the next night in Burlington, Ver-
mont, they coasted to their lifth straight win. Yoka-
baskas added 23 points to his rapidly growing total.
Springfield 59 - Connecticut 58
Riding on the crest of a live-game winning streak,
the University of Connecticut hoop scjuad ran into a
vengeful Springfield College live. The Maroons were
a vastly improved club and with a home-court advan-
tage, they managed to nip the Huskies in the linal
seconds of the contest.
Yokabaskas, who scored I8 points, and Gates. who
had six, fouled out early in the second half. To be
sure, it was one of the IHOSI exciting' games of the
This loss prevented the UConns from finishing the
year with I3 straight wins. After the one-point defeat.
they won the next seven games in a row.
Connecticut 74 - Brown 60
This time it was Connecticut's turn for revenge, as
the saying goes, and they did it with the precision of
a machine, walloping Brown, 74-60.
Yokabaskas was fast approaching a new record as
he swished another 21 points through the nets. Pete
Lind scored 15. Despite the win, the Huskies could
not stop Francis Mahoney, who chucked in 20 points.
Connecticut 82 - Wesleyan 58
Connecticut's scoring was in high gear now, and
the Huskies all but demolished an outclassed YVes-
leyan University team. Playing only a little more
than half of the game. "Yogi" dumped in I8 points.
while Pete Lind carrie up with I2 and his sub, jim
Murphy, added ll.
Connecticut 77 - Bates 70
Bates scared the sweat suits right off the Huskies
this night in Lewiston, Maine. Not highly regarded
in New England college circles, Bates extended Con-
necticut to its utmost. IfVith only two minutes left
to play, the score was tied at 67-all. It was tied again
at 69, and once more at 70 before Stan Sorota, who
is always there in the clutch, stole the ball twice for
two quick baskets to clinch the game. Yokabaskas
scored 23 more, while Sorota hooped 14.
Connecticut 67 - Maine 58
Howie Silverstein, a little 5'8" transfer from two-
year Samson College, came into his own at Orono this
cold February night. Howie, a sub at the beginning
of the season, was now playing regular. The little
whiz amazed the fans with his unorthodox style of
shooting and his clever passing.
He had the Maine field house in an uproar as Con-
necticut jumped off to a 23-5 lead in the first ten
minutes. He scored four times on long shots.
Connecticut 107 -Boston University 67
How do you go about describing a team that scores
107 points in a single game? Five players scored in
double figures: Stan Sorota leading the way with 17.
He was followed by "Yogi" flfij, Clark 035, Gates
Ql2j, and Lind Qllj. The Huskies threw everything
but the opposing coach through the rims. Eddie Cates
swished Hve straight set shots from outside. Clark
Pete Lind goes up to score two against Springfield.
couldn't miss. and every player who came oll the
bench was sizzling. It broke the old record of ffl
points in a single game fNew Hampshirej.
Connecticut 74-Rhode Island 71
NVhen you're old and gray and you begin swapping
stories of the spine tingling rivalry between Connecti-
cut and Rhode Island, sure to head the list as one ol
the most fanatic and fantastic struggles on the court
is the game of February 25, ISI50, in the huge Storrs
Beautiful lloor work, nifty passing, break-neck
speed, dead-eye shooting, color-all this was part of the
game in the Cage that night.
Connecticut was really pouring it on. .Xt one stage
of the game the Huskies led by I7 points. But you
never walk out on a UConn-Ram game.
Then it was Rhody's turn to get hot. The score
melted in the heat, and it came right down to the
wire. The score was tied at 7l-7l with I6 seconds
left to play. Howie Silverstein had committed a per-
sonal foul against Bill Shannon. Shannon was in the
act of shooting. and when Howie protested to the
referee, he was charged with a technical. This gave
Rhode Island three free throws with the clock stopped,
and of course possession of the ball due to the highly
disputed two-minute rule which had been adopted
by the NCAA at the season's start.
YVhat would you wager on the chances of Rhode
Island missing all three free tosses . . . especially with
their great captain Bruce Blount getting one of them?
But that's just what they did.
The 4,000 fans who bulged the sides of the lield
house went berserk. XVith less than ten seconds left
to play, Hank Bartnicki was fouled. He dropped the
ball through the hoop to give Connecticut a 72-7l
lead with six seconds left. In those six seconds Sorota
was fouled twice and scored each time to clinch what
many will call the greatest Connecticut-Rhode Island
game. Yokabaskas, playing his best when the chips
were down, scored 27 points. This gave the "Yog" a
total of 54 points in two games against the Rams this
Connecticut 82 - MIT 44
Yokabaskas, who had already broken Dropo's record.
fattened the gap between the new and old by getting
22 points. Pete Lind, who finished with over 200
points, and Stan Sorota, who had just played his
ninetieth varsity game for the University of Connecti-
cut, turned in their uniforms for the last time.
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l"0I.LOXVING rwo vi1ARs of planning and organziation
in the form of a club, fencing was placed on an inter-
collegiate basis for the first time in the history of the
The entry of fencing into the rank of a letter sport
was itself a story of achievement. It was, mainly., the
work of Paul Anderson and John Gregoropoulos. who
were later named co-captains of the squad.
George Van Bibber, then director of athletics. drew
up a seven-match schedule for the team, and on the
l7tli of january, 1950, Connecticut met Hlesleyan Uni-
versity. The Huskies were defeated by a score of I7-l0.
In their next match Connecticut faced Yale Univer-
sity, a school that had an established reputation in
the sport and lost after a commendable showing.
As the season progressed, the squad improved under
the supervision of Gregory Timoshenko and Benja-
min Collins. members of the faculty. The third set-to
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nipped the Nutmeggers 14-13.
Then came the first victory. Handling themselves
in nimble fashion, the team whipped Bowdoin Col-
lege, ISM,-llw. To prove this was no fluke. the
fencers made it two straight by drubbing Boston Uni-
versity, l7-l0, and before the lifted eyebrows had been
lowered, the Huskies did it again by making Ford-
ham University their third straight triumph,
Xvilliams College kept the season from being an
overwhelming success by winning, 16-l l. But in their
First year of competition, Paul Anderson, John Greg-
oropoulos, Joe Jannetty, George Ornstein, Bill Cuffe.
Bob DeAngeles. Paul Rabenold, Bob Tiernan and
Don Zelechowsky had started the University of Con-
necticut off on what should be a fine future in the
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row, walked off with the Yankee Conference chain-
pionship. It was the climax ol' one of the sports great-
est years in the history of the school.
Paced by the four-ply efforts of Johnny Pracon. Paul
Harris. Dick Ziello and Ed Zaklukiewicz, the Huskies
rolled over the greens for seven dual match victories
as against only two setbacks. The only golf squads to
beat Connecticut were Yale and Amherst.
Johnny Pracon, defending individual champ in
the Yankee Conference. lost his crown by a single
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ALPHA DELTA PI
Row I. Collay, Myers, Uriot,
Jackson, Stiles, Mrs. Nevins,
Cantwell, Vegliante, Cuicim,
Row 2. Kasper. Keech. Rogal-
sky, Gila, Hayes, Halpin, XfVin-
terholder, Klapprodt, Harper,
Yenowich, Plimpton, Cigrurin
Row Fay, Jones. Rochel. Lo-
pinto, Anderson, Hall. Ford,
Kerrigan, Canfield, Lult, Jones
Row 4. Risco, XVakeman, Perec.
Dalsocky, Fabiano. Ziegler, Kee-
ler, Giguere, Bellows, Geary
President .... ..... . Xnita Stiles
Vice-President ...... . . .Patricia Cantwell
Recording Secretary . . . . .Nancy Jackson
Treasurer ......... . . .Betty Gauvin
Show me the spot where the Frat pin goes . . . Ladies it's Grille time
. . . Incomparable summer formals . . . "YVe sing tonight of the blue
and white" . . . House of many queens . . . The bases were loaded . . .
Can't tell the players without a program . . . Girls of the black diamond
and glasped hands . . . YVe live for each other-A D Pi.
Row l. Shapiro, Cochberg
Voloshin, Chatzek. Bursack
Litin, Miss Lee, Lewis, Ger-
maine, Goodman, Drutmzrn
Row 2. Pinaker. Rapaport
Steinberg, Barley, Dressler, Free-
man, Goldberg, Zoger, Kagan
Rosenber, Silverman, Shapiro
Row 3. Rosenfeld. Furman
Tandet, Mzrndell, Harrison,
Shulkin, Katz, Schall. Molaver,
Row 4. Narilyn, Fabricant.
Shelnitz, Cramer, Rothenberg,
Brown, Cohen, Goldberg, Good-
man, Haymes. Rayfna, Galinskyf
President . .. Nan Lewis
Vice-President ......... Gloria Germaine
Corresponding Secretary' . . Gloria Taylor
Recording Secretary' . . . Eunice Goodman
Treasurer ........ Pauline Lrtrn
"Memories will bind us' '... N49 tall moxrng year for -X11 Phr
Sigma Chi for awhile . . . Cottage II extension next Sigma Nu
. . . pool with broom sticks . . . socially aesthetically atlrletrcally minded
. . . Miss Lee with bows and arrorxs stars in the eyes ol the pinned
and engaged A.E. Phis . . .gigantic plans lor the new house anybody
know how to read a blueprint? color schemes rnd dishes always
looking for a new place to eat always our theme song A F Phi
Fair and True".
ALPH I DELTA
President ..... . . .Mary Castenholl
Vice President ...... ...Carroll Nutile
Recording Secretary ..... . . .Helen Trepal
Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Anita Gelston
Treasurer ...,.,........ . . . . . . .... Isabel Miller
Here liyeth the monotone quartet . . . The house with the coffee urn
. . . XVhen's Bantam XVeekend? . . . Hey' the laundry's in the kitchen
again . . . XVhere's Poor Lil? . . . I'm trying to collect some money . . .
Q.l'. 'l'wins . . . 'l'he study suite . . . X'Vho plays canasta? . . . XVe have
hall interest in Lipton's . . .Let's have a party . . . Dinty Moore's original
piano . . . Did anyone see George's goggles . . . Suite 28 and those Coke
bottles . . . Box seats for the R.O.T.C. parades . . . The Grill Girls
. . . Answer that phone . . . Got anything to eat . . . Flapjack flippers
. The kids who smile . . . My girl's an Alpha Xi.
Row l. l.oos. Pacelli, 'l'repal
Hermont, Castenholx, Young
Miller, Doriui, Trepal
Row 2. Condon, Crooker, Pron
ovost, lVells. Hodgson. Monroe
Holt, D'Apice. Hotchkiss
Row 3. Fellows, Taylor, Lath
rop, Iyes, Plunkett, Gregory
Row Al. Von Schmid, Kenworlh
Baldwin. Smith, Holsten
Row I. Brennan. Hochberg
Barone, Zima, Kelley. Oppel
Mrs. Lewis, Baxter, Sargeant
Cobey, Avitable. Townsend
Row 2. Christopher, Sasseen
Ingalls, Cuzner, Sabecki
O'Brien, Judischm, Ferri, Allis
Ruggie, Thilardo, Aker, Guay
Row Meda, Hamilton
Plavnieky, DeVries, McClaskey
Cobleigh, Anderson, Collins
YfVest, Vinansky, Miller, Jerry
Row 4. Lowmiller, Coviello
D'Ambrosi, Bertorelli, Callahan
Bailey, Dixon, Marsh, Morris,
Moulton, Stefanowski, Gris-
wold, Oliver, Raissi
President ...,. . . .Barbara Oppel
Vice-President . . . . ,Nancy Baxter
Historian .......... . . .Verne Sargeant
Recording Secretary ..... ...... h Ioan Kelly
Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Jeanne Cobey
Treasurer ............. .... H elen Zima
Dream Girls . . . YVe wear the Diamond and the sparkle that goes with
it . . . Versatile Co-eds-House of Presidents-dancing every night-
Canasta Craze . . . Have you seen our back room? . . . Opps-there goes
another fuse! . . . XVhistles neath the windows . . . "Loving one only-
his little D.Z."-"Sweet personalities, full of rascalityu . . . OH' to Hoch's
Cabin . . . Q.P's too . . . Mom's the best! . . . I'm a Delta Zeta-I can't
ask for more!
KAPPA ALPHA 'PHETA
President .... . . .Roberta Mann
Vice-l'resident . . . . .Joan Bradley
Secretary .... .,..... N ancy Canby
Treasurer . . . . .Patricia Charleson
'llheta lips are smiling . . . XVith friendliness . . . Early
a.1n. serenades . . . Fun loving, and fancy free, on occa-
sion . . . XVell on the way to a trophy rooni . . . Flower
laden house every Monday . . . House ol' individuals, all
true to the same black and gold kite . . . First floor club
. . . XVill always stand together, not apart . . . Two
radios, if only one ol' them worked! . . . Surprise
birthday parties for everyone . . . "Roof sun tans" every
spring . . . Theta mugs
Row 1. Perkins, XVagner, Canby, Mann, Bradley,
Roberts. Mrs. lValker, Velins, Boysen, Charlson, Gourd,
Row 2. Vander Meer, Crowley, Lurix, Mollay, Claw-
son, Crenon, YVorthen. Mann. XVynne. Heflin, Mc:-
Knight, Rowlands, Colton, Frank, qlezyk.
Row 3. Spodnik. Hlalford, Zinnnernian, Rhinehart,
Carlson, Bossi, Sundvall, Cox, Hlilowski, Anderson,
Carney. Bone. Collins, Van Etten.
Row 4. Hliberg, Haughni. Larson, Calchera. Brabec.
Gronberg, Kerr, Craig, Conway. Cameron, Meisterling,
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
"Moonbeams shining soft above", upon the wee hour
fraternity serenades . . . secretive, but sensational senior
meetings . . . "Put a nickle in the fund!" . . . lvlidnight
"Tings" with an Irish jig by Tessie . . . Diamond rings
'n' wedding bells . . . Blue Monday gals . . . "fourth
lor Bridge" . . . "Next for the shower" . . . "Let's go
Grilling" . . . Study in their spare time . . . YVhere, oh
where are the grand old Seniors? . . . Smiling girls with
lots of charm . . . Laughing girls full of fun . . . XVe
love the dark and the light blue, the golden key. the
Fleur de Leis.
Row l. Grimshaw, Moore, Sadowski, Cofrances,
Timidei, Rollins, Miss Ryan, Farnham, Mfalsh, Frost.
YVolfe, Boyajian, Gernert.
Row 2. Basil, Potter, Liebermann, Beehler, Foisy.
Hancock, Thorpe, Riccio, Kreis, YVhite, Spaulding,
Collins, Mravunac, Copeman, Cowles, Storrs, Hyde.
Row 3. Ek, Forristal, Heiglemann, Feld, WVard, Dun-
lop, Vibert, Tiemann, Brandes, Crouchley, Flynn, Smith,
Gilliland, Zimmerman, Shaughnessy.
Row 4. Watson, Rees, Sperry, Stoudt, Yates, Van
YVormer, Meiners, Coughlin, Terani, Baldwin, Halli-
han, Van Slingerlandt, 'Wise, Dingley, Kenney.
Row l. Jablonski. Hellstrom, Hughes, Zaleski, Mur-
ray, Mrs. YVilliams, Karn, Regan, Symmes, Nagel. Brys.
Row 2. Boyce, Keiper, Berry, Atwood, Marcucio,
Bronson, Marvin, Panciotte, Lyon, Kramer, Albro.
Row 3. Morgan, Hansen, Roper, Oliver, Squir, Tor-
gan, Gillette, Paivlon, Bryson, Zaher, Yakaitis.
Row 4. DeAngelis, Burder, Urbati, Hermonat, Miller,
Gezelman, Leger, Bulress, McClaire, Teague.
President ...., . . .Anne Murray
Vice-President . . .... Helen Korn
Secretary .... .... S abina Zaleski
Treasurer . . . . .Madeline Regan
Sleeping porch nightmares . . . we "can-can" kick high
. . . Gypsies on the move . . . "On the Steps of Phi Mu"
. . . those midnight snacks . . . own jitney to 'Willi . . .
squirrel train . . . Night and Day . . . Soup's on . . . lost
week-ends . . . tennis, anyone? . . . Disaster at Canasta
. . . Telephone jitters . . . beerless bar . . . l A.M. chit-
chats . . . coke and copper mug addicts . . . white caps
galore . . . mid-morning sleeping beauties . . . barrel duty
. . . lootprints on the ceiling . . . collection of waxed
bottles . . . cough medicine in the closet . . . off campus
dream boys . . . calesthenics specialists . . . Red Sox-
Yankee leuds . . . splash! . . . Hurrah for Phi Mu.
Row l. Gordon, Gross. Karp, Glaler, Oberstein, Stein.
Miss Goldman, Sussman, Steinberg. Shaker. Hoberman,
Row 2. Lane, Bromberg, Horwitz, Shoag, Muskin,
Ruberrstein, Neusner, Hutkin, Sweig, Schupack, Naboi-
check, Beck, Golesyein, Greenberg, Sheketoff.
Row 3. Schpero, Bernbaum, Friedman, Freedman,
Sowatsky, Lury, Goldberg, Gillman, Stern. Dunn,
Brown, Scharmett, Sockol.
Row 4. Koitz, Levitt, Cohn, Silverman, Katz, Kautl-
man, Rosenblat, Leher, Tucker, Kaplan, Goldberg,
Kronick, Greenberg. Gerard.
Plll lllllll IGMA
President ..... . . .Shirley Sussman
Vice-President .... ........ A Ioan Stein
Recording Secretary .... . .Bette Ann Gordon
Corresponding Secretary . . . .Adele I-loberman
Treasurer ............ . . .Barbara Bordon
Drink to blue and gold . . . the house of odd colored
bedrooms . . . S.,-X.E.'s replacement . . . sleeping porch
sessions . . . quiet hours? XVhat's that . . . argyle artists
. . . new regime ol' canasta queens . . . solt spot for mom
. . . pinnings-serenades at midnight . . . traditional sweet-
heart clance . . . irresistible individuals . . . let's shoot to
YVilli . . . mad dash for the mail . . . from tomboy tweeds
to sultry satins . . . what's this jazz? . . . sophisticated
and sweet but friendly and lun . . . food fiends . . .
pledge parties, dances. and senior picnic . . . Phi Sigma
Sigma, deep in our hearts you'll stay.
Pl BETA PIII
President ...... . .Joanne Scott
Vice-President .......... . . .June Peterson
Corresponding Secretary . . . .Mary Dully
Recording Secretary .... ...... G race Fyler
iI'reasurer ......... . . .Barbara Banner
House-moving in November . . . 23 cut party . . . spring house-cleaning
. . . angels in disguise . . . lVho's your peanut? ..., LX hye pound box of
chocolates always on the way . . . straight shooters with golden arrows
. . . gracious hospitality with house mother to match . . . proud ol their
national settlement school . . . abundance ol red-heads . . . contagious
songs . . . they click but are not a clique . . . last house on the road . . .
cake sales lor building lund . . . lanatic attic . . . cooky-shines and grinder
parties . . . Speed Thee . . . true to each other and the wine and blue
. . . tall, short. blond. brunette, redhead . . . each one different, each
one a Pi Phi through and through.
Row l. Wheeler, Edwards,
Hine, Fyler, Peterson, Scott,
Mrs. Taylor, Duffy, Banner,
Hart, Young. Dean. Ford.
Row 2. Clarke, Maynard,
Whiting, Beckwith, DeVita.
Tompkins, Lynch, Monast,
Brash, Hoxie, Elvington. Card-
well, Smith, Ferrill, Clarke.
Row 3. Berggren, WVoodford.
Miles, Mariner, Brunberg, Van
Overstraten, Novak, Chapin,
Jurgelas, Venberg, Casperson,
Mohr, Robinson, Burke, Lei-
Row 4. Palmatier, Palmer.
Hollenbeck, Harris, Moyle, Hep-
burn, Dickson, Owens, Hylwa,
Minton, Munson, Paterson,
Street, Lynch, Brown.
President ....... .... X Villiam XV. McDonald
Vice-President . . . ............. john P. Gay
Secretary .... ....... D aniel Keith
Treasurer . . . ......,. . ..... Richard Kilbride
Setback? .Beer?. .Bidwells? . . . Numerous cars, and convertibles they
' haven't used yet . . . Friday?. too early to get a date for Saturday . . .
Row 1. Moran, Winslow
Peterson, Varga, Keith, McDon
ald, Mrs. Norton, Gay, Kilbride,
McCarthy, Rackis, Gustavson,
Row 2. Mikulka, Pierce, Fors-
lund, Jordan, Miller, West
Fairwether, Connor, Sullivan
O'Neil, Bahr, Anderson, Simp
Row 3. Haynes. Kahl, Zwick
Sherwood, Wolcott, Larson
Bower, Ryan, Thompson, Fran
coni, Gill, Lampe, Gillen.
Row 4. Stimson, Schmidt
Law, Hadden, Stevenson
Haymes, Anderson, Vowalczyk
Dziclinski, Virgie, Coholar, Nel
son, Servadio, Harrington.
volley ball chumps . . . may not have the nicest lounge but give the best
parties . . . their girl's a hillkaboo . . . Pledge him: he's an Ag . . . have
their share of campus celeb's . . . let's have a party . . . the trophyless
athletes . . . forget it: I'll tell you later . . . everyone has a nickname . . .
"Nothing left for me?" . . . let's dye the rug: no throw it away . . . ridicu-
lous . . . are you kidding Lester . . . broadminded scholars . . .pay their
cook with Irish whiskey.
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ALPHA IGMA PHI
President .. .... Fred Schmidt Prude
ntial .... Norman Stachelek
Vice-President ...... Rudy Vecoli Secretary .......... Bob Burlison
Treasurer .......... B
Sweet and low . . . Mama's Boys VVith Papa's Girls ...r A re you Fredding
it . . . R.O.T.C. Colonels . . . A little majong . . . Alpha Sig hits the
Stork Club . . Vecoli, have you seen my cat . . . Boy Keay jam sessions
. . . Rolling wrecks and convertibles . . . Oola Von . . . Little Orphan
Annie . . . New Haven Russian Club reunions . . . Alkie Swigs . . .
English Majors and those who are normal . . . I believe you have me
there . . . Souped up serenaders . . . Straight Arrow and Xi . . . Two
key men . . . Gnipgnop champs . . . Soup Fred . . . Smooth and not too
sensible. I have your . . . Let's go to Boston.
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Row 1. Gozzo, Ponnolly, Vell
turo, Richardson, Bray, Burli
son, Schmidt, Middleton, Vecoli
Gregory, Apostalon, McLackin
Carrafiello, Vichi, Alusik.
Row 2. Casey, Gabrielson
Schiller, Riotte, Grady, Veneri
Creehan, Hansell, Roemer
Miller, Yulo, Rentel, Carter
Row 3. Stylan, Fess, Redman
Brehm, YValsh, YVunsch, Robin
son, Peterson, Griswold, YVright
Keay, Parke, XVheeler, Bitel
Row 4. Stachelek, Peha
Blinco, Bussiere, Davenport,
Abromatis, Siind, Stasrunos,
Canvay, Ripley, Cox, Cionciblo,
McLeod, Brereton, Tufano.
Row 1. Chapman, Heer,
Cobb, Bockus, Hamm, Hackett,
Row 2. Bowen, Farrar, San-
ford, Burns, Keeler, Dew, La-
Freniere, Mrs. Lantis, Harris
Martha, Chatfield, Smith, Patti-
sen, Morrision, Davey.
Row 3. Horrigan, Stearns
Ragan, Hampton, Bergron
Hayden, DeLaney, Malkin
YVhite, Garman, Benedict, Gal
Row 4. Fischer, Skarupa
Ruhlmann, Thompson, Brown
Foote, Brockett, Smith, Davis
Peters, Ludwin, Linkletter, Van
Row 5. Lane, Lefebvre, Hur-
ley, Chernovetz, Lockrow, Della-
Ripa, MacDonald, Arpaia, Di
Sivestro, McCloskey, Leandri
Capshaw, Tedford, Moreno.
President . . .Lawrence LaFreniere Secretary . . . . .james Dew
Vice-President ....... Jack Harris Treasurer .. ...Paul Martha
Oldest Fraternity on Campus . . . Convertibles galore . . . First to open
their new House . . . Let's have a party . . . Come on, let's paint the
cellar again . . . Who got pinned this weekend? . . . Famous for their Hell
Mleeks and nightly work-outs of their plaid piano . . . Class officers,
student senators, and varsity football men . . . Shoots to Boston and all
points East and West . . . Q.P.'s?-We give them away! . . . Golfers,
swimmers and picnics like crazy . . . The cats in the penthouse are
jumping tonight . . . One of the greatest in cooks accounts for the
Brothers' bay windows, Harold O'Donnell . . . Loyal to the Crescent
and Star and to a swell house mother, Mom Lantis . . . This college is
a frantic episode!
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
President .... Andrew C. Langford Secretary .. ........ Hugh Cox
Vice-President. .Richard Hammerl Treasurer ...... Anthony Demusis
XfVay out back, but out in front . . . Mfater bombs . . . we love our neigh-
bors . . . You'll love it . . . Veterans of Flaherty's, the Hayloft, and
XfVarrenville . . . I move the question . . . Chryslers to stutz bearcats . . .
XfVho's making a run . . . Unsurpassed hospitality . . . All kinds of musi-
cians, with emphasis on guitar . . . Key parties, buffet suppers, and fun
a specialty. The very exclusive crash club . . . Roll'em girls roll'em . . .
Pinnings galore . . . We feed the carnival . . . Proud yet modest . . .
Activities and Athletes . . . The Crescent Girl our Queen, The Cross
and Crescent our Sign.
Row 1. Amphlett, Craig
Moody, Emmons, Pracon, Soko
coski. Flovian, Elliott.
Row 2. Previs, Sola, Berry
Terracciano, Perrine, Cox
Langford. Mrs. Withee, Ham
merl, De Musis, Coates, Hig
gens, Carr, Zullo, Gray.
Row 3. Logan McSally, Mitz
Kryspin, Wallace, Lamberti
Vogel, Larsen, Vlandis, Wood
Keaue, Stone, Munson, Beatty
Row 4. Almond, Herwood
Gill, Bristol, Bishop, Ladd, Mil-
ler, Makauskas, Belanger, Leug-
minas, Nitsch, LaBombard, Ja-
Row 5. Stetson, Klein, Win-
sor, Vlandis, Berurelar, Caputo
Legault, Wolfort, Almond,
Carey, Engelberger, Glahn.
President ....... Irving Chaneles
Vice-President ....... David Corn
Recording Secretary . . . Phrlrp Alderman
Treasurer .............. Theodore Greenberg
Corresponding Secretary .. Hom ard Reuben
Buckskin and Blazer '... Drop up this morning anytime after two
Exam? Oh, Oh, another all nrvht shoot Nothing but the end rn
gone chicks . . . Only three classes today who s shooting to Boston? All
night jam sessions, real wild' Ii he won t Stlr walk hrm around
YVhere's the ball game, 402? If you have a spare buck dont clean
YOUI' IOOIH . . . CHEPPA NlT'l'l
Row l. Safton, Cohen, Roth
enberg, Corn, Mrs. Sharas
Adelrnan, Reuben, Glassman
Row 2. Medvedow, Silver
man, Kahan, Dworken, Lapuk
Cohen, Shelling, Swaye, Blume
Kurland, Pearlman, Dorfmann
Row 3. Pierce, Martin
Cohen, Poriss, Evans, Rodess
Sappern, Sudarsky, Dickstein
Row 4. Stolrnan, Sugarrnann
Fried, Goldberg, Bieslow, Kroo
preich, Budett, Silver, Michel
Row l. Slater. Goldstein
Cohen, Edelson, Epstein, Er-
showskv, Mrs. Lubow, Luefman
Levin. Kirshenbauin. Salvin
Row 2. Gelbert, Steiger
Glass, Dambeck, Prdheiser
Bleinenthal. Hfeissinan, Chap-
pelle, Goldstein, Bass, Gold-
Row 3. Dworski, Burack
Friedman. Ziskin, Cooper, Beck
erinan, Herskovitz, Lessler, Beit
Opinsky. Hendel, Rosenblum
Row 4. Hletzler, Levine
Cohen. Larew, Finkle, Gold-
larb, Krutt. Platcow, Daren
PIII IGMA DELTA
Master Frater ...... . . .Martin Ershowsky
Vice-Master Frater .. .... Aryh Silverman
Treasurer .......... . . .Bob Epstein
Recording Secretary .. . ..... Dick Levin
Corresponding Secretary ...... . . . . .Boris Burack
"VVhere seldom is heard a discouraging word" . . . "nutz!" . . . Love
those 2:00 a.m. meetings . . . strict adherence to mediator rulings . . .
YVe never had it so good, Dash, Dash, Dashi. . . You're on the right
track . . . Play it cool . . . Lemme tell you, back at the fort, etc. etc. . . .
Go head, Schmelick . . . Mom Lubow, greatest lil' mother in the world
. . . scholars supreme Qperfect 365 . . . when better mugs are made, we'll
drink from 'em!!! . . . Love thy neighbor, between S.A.E. and Sigma Chi
on fraternity row . . . We love it here, home was never like this . . .
XfVhooz making snacks tonight???? . . . Eatoin shhrddlu . . . Are these
my brother's keepers???? . . . Watcli it, here's Nate.
PHI IGMA KAPPA
President ......... Robert Payne Treasurer . . .
Vice-President . . .Robert Spellman Sentinal . . . . .
. . .john Holda
Secretary ............ james Hale Inductor ......... Carl Wedekind
"Get me up at 7" . . . His Father is a cop! . . . Home of "Mimi, The
College VVidow" . . . Still at that house on the hill . . . Is it in the by-
laws? . . . Bob who? . . . "lf a dollar and a quarter is the price of sin"
. . . Russian's homemade wine . . . Cross her off the list . . .Continually
playing ping-pong Qgnip-gnopj . . . Let's go to Flaherty's . . . Indoor
picnics a specialty . . . Put the furniture outside on the porch . . . If
we knew you were coming we'd a locked the door . . . The best house
mother on campus . . . VVhose books are these? . . .Who is supposed to
clean the house after the party? . . . Silver and Magenta. the Best.
Row l. Rafford, Hawthorne,
DeMarco, Gordon, Holda
Spellman. Payne, Hale, Russell
Mfedekind, WVelk, Mah, Sinko
Row 2. Ivey, Scolletti, Ka-
shanski, Banks, Fenton, Mastro
ianni, VVilcox, Dolyak, Rubba
Brewer, Holland, VVatts, Bett.
Row 3. Tedesco, Spand
Lewis. Mesiter, Ebel, Payne
Newton. Jones, Hulburt, Ritter
Row 4. Moran, Hlagner, Mat
son, Castronovo, Kruzshak
Row l. Aborn, YVollenberg, Molchan, Stoddard, Mof-
fat, lfVakeman, Mrs. West, O'Connell. Beardsworth,
Carpentier. Harrington, Vining, Brawn.
Row 2. Pitney. Schulz, Holden, Foley, Richardson,
Barber, Hiyely, Strickland, Lyons, Bellm Polletta, Mur-
phy, Hancon. Comstock, Stratton, Nixon.
Row 3. Lobdell, Lassen, Richard. Chapman, Olson,
Staynitlky, Ryan, Lind, Martin, Ohms, Soroka, Van
Riper. Jennings, Gustafson.
Row -1. Kamens, Valine, Davis. Mossey, Kruse, Spen-
cer, Toombs, Borden. Blozie. Cotjanle, Noren, Hod-
kowski, Anderson, Martin.
tllllllz-l ALPHA Ill' lL0
Archon ........ ..,. H ank Wlakeman
Deputy Archon . ..XfVilliam O'Connell
Recorder ..,................... Jack Moffat
Corresponding Secretary. . .Chuck Richardson
Treasurer . . . ........ . . .Jack Beardsworth
Alakafee . . . jam sessions . . . Wllhank God Its Friday
Club" Hey. get your slop . . . Sing, Brothers, Sing . . .
Squeeze. Dixieland and David Rose . . . The Sweet-
heart ol them all, Mom XfVest . . . Alakafam . . . New
Riu bound . . . Uh, that Fenton River . . . Turtle soup
. . . Let's go down to the Black and Blue . . . Football
under the lights . . . The "Blueroom" downstairs . . .
lvllillll Bam . . . Phi Alpha!
Acunzo, Joseph: Beardsley. Nate L.: Beehard, XYilliam l.: Beck.
john George: Bergen, William B.: Boynton, Homer A.: Braithwaite.
blames: Brick. Michael Briscoe, Sherman H.: Brown, Frederick
A.: Caffrey, Carroll A.: Cappette, Michael AI.: Carlson. joseph, jr.:
Collins, XVilliam B.: Cronk, lVesley M.: DelMauro, Gene I..: De-
May, Roger XV.: Dickson, XVilliam F.: DiNuzzo. Donald Nl.: DiPillo.
Edward F.: Fodaski, R. B.: Frayel, john A.: Gates, lirnest lf.:
Giordano, Bruno: Grimshaw. John Jr.: Grubelich. F. Thomas:
Higgins. YVilliam P.: Hoadley. Calyin: Holmes, john F.: Hoyrard.
Thomas QI.: Hoyt, Russell XV.: Hummel. lidyrard L.: Izzo, john L.:
Kelly. john XV.: Roger, Alex: Leeper. Martin P.: Liptak, lidward:
Litke. Bruce: lllalinowsky, George: Mancini. Joseph F.: Marino.
Anthony S.: Maseoli, Richard MCDowall, john H.: McGuinness,
joseph P.: McLaughlin, XVilliam C.: McManus, joseph lf.: Merry,
Donald E.: Moehrie, Richard: Pace. Andrew: Paehuk, Halter A.:
Peltzer, Norman A.: Rajewski, XValter: Richards, Robert XY.: Ris-
berg, Kenneth T.: Rueeio, Robert E.: Sliuslyus. Alexander QI.:
Sinatro, Pasquale L.: Slater, George Testa. james Robert:
Urban, Theodore C.: aVrtelas, Jerimiah: Yitelli. George T.: Volpe,
joseph F.: Walker, Gilbert: Hlill. Erie: Zaleski, Leonard.
Consul .... . . .Homer Boynton
Pro-Consul . . . . .Calyin Hoadley
Annotator . . . .Gene DelMauro
Quaestor .. .... YValter Paehuk
Tribune . .... Carroll Caflrey
Magister . . . . .John Holmes
Custos ............. .............. N ate Beardsley
Campus cross-section . . . Monday is no longer blue . .
"XVould you care to see our downstairs lounge????" . . .
UXfVl1O'S got the ukulele?" . . . Same old Seofl in a brand-
new suit . . . Leather chairs and sexy drapes . . . Ping-
pong and bridge till the wee hours . . . Greatest chef
on campus . . . Trying to hold the All-Campus Trophy
. . . Mayors of Storrs and behind-the-scenes politicians
. . . Campus serenaders and bane of Security . . . Stock-
holders of the Hooker House . . . "YOUR Lani!" . . .
Champion waterbag bombardiers . . . From white bucks
and Hannels to dungarees, tl1ey've got them all . . .
They'll all hang together . . . The Men of the lVhite
President ..... . . .YVilliam Flynn
Vice-President ....,, . . .Raymond Zucco
Recording Secretary .... . . .Thad Sobieski
Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Donald Berger
Treasurer ............ . . .Roy Carlson
Raley's Renegades . . . five arms that bend our hearts together . . . a
great bunch ol' "mules" . . . let's have a ball . . . headquarters for Sam
Spade, private eye . . . unexcelled athletic prowess . . . home of the
Bromos . . . all hail to '... Bet I can lift five men . . . we want milk.
Hoover .... always adding a trophy ...r A lrican dominoes . . . take it
out ol the sotial fund . . . a house ol' expert tappers . . . what 'do you
mean you ain't got a shirt for dinner? . . . he's an asset to the house . . .
another assessment? . . . believe in the life of love, walk in the way ol'
honor, serve in the light ol truth: this is the Life, the VVay and the
Light ol Sigma Nu . . . XVhite Star gleam, lfVhite Star beam, for
Row l. Gannon, Macione
Friscoe. Finnell, Mauro, Flynn
Mrs. Raley, Carlson, Sobieski
Collins, Maronian, Delgrego
Row 2. Daly, Ryan, Jolie
Chuckta, Blake, Kricek, Jeyzk
Evans. Kurzowa, Spencer, Prior
Row 3. Macliinnel. Plonow
lreundt, Eddy, Guilloile, Cass
Tracewski, Muzkevik, Quinian
Row 4. Olson, Johnson, Pi
anka, Frattaroli, Dziadul, VVid
holm, Rybeek, Hahn, Smith
Burke, Chembrovich, Christian
ski, Hubbard. Colbert, Tausend-
'FAU EP lL0 PIII
Row l. Jacobson, Shindell
Blumenthal, Zucker, Eagle
Chaitin, Coldblum, Brilliant
Row 2. Galinsky, Labinger,
Blank, Magid, Smotrich, Mas-
kousky, Baker, Howell, Gold-
bloom, Hoffenberg, Loewith
XVeiner, Cohen, Stone, Feiden
Row 3. Oxman, XfVeiner.
Phillips, Basch, Harris, Schnier,
Sobel, X'Vinter, Block, Cohen,
Libby, Rothstein, Rodis, Gav-
Row 4. Schatz, Chasen, Le-
vine, Meade, Bermont, Lapuk
Pumerantz, Rosen, Rosenbaum
Davidson, Reid, Galer, Glasner,
Flaks, Huromitz, Nishball.
Row 5. Cohen, Halper, Ne
kritz, Trager, Levine, Moyel
Ebner, Heischman, Bloom
Schachter, Freedman, Hendel
Hershkowitz, Cohen, Moyel
Chancellor ...... .......... . -Allen Baker
Vice-Chancellor .... .... N orman Goldbloom
Scribe ......... .....,.... B lax YVeiner
Bursar .... ,... R aphacl I-loiclenberg
A yellow wall and the red fire engine . . . Q'.P.'s. who needs them? . . .
T.A.B.O.M.A .... House of Storrs' mayor and Violet . . . Chess and
beer . . . Monday nite club . . . French Party . . . From Lincoln Downs
to the New Ritz ..., A nnual T.E.P. Relays . . . Cool refreshments served
with warm passion . . . Obviously . . . It figures . . . South Sea's Party
. . . The gimmick . . . Cobwebs on the poker chips . . . Ringo . . . Saddle
up, men . . . Don't confuse me with facts.
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'I'H 'Ill Clll
President .,... , . .Bruce Addison
Vice-President .. .... Henry Hamner
Secretary .... . . .Robert Chapponi
Treasurer . . . . .George Menegus
Gamma Iota . . . From ,Xrgo to candlelight cale parties
. . . Chung! . . . Picnic at .-Xlkies' . . . XVho's going to
Pete's? . . . Gel me a jug! . . . Gotta a tie lor the Com-
munity Chest . . . Tell the Senorita to bring her "Casti-
nets' '... XVeekend at "YE CASTLE INN" . . . All right
let's clean up the cellar . . . The very demon and dreaded
ral . . . Spin it in Earl . . . The King ol Raunch . . .
Bailey to the XfVellfare Committee . . . Early morning
serenades . . . The swinging lunch . . . Five dollar' glasses
of milk . . . You'll be alright . . . Hey Mead! Bells man
bells . . .Pinky call Emo . . . MVA LA THETA CHI.
Addison, Bruce: Anderson, Burton Henry: Bailey, Gordon C.:
Batner, Edward: Bobbin, John: Bobbin, Paul: Buck, Adrian: Burns,
William james: Chapman, Robert: Chapponi. Robert: Ciccone,
Everett N.: Cieri, Robert louis: Coulopoulos, Paul T.: D'Addetta.
Anthony M.: Deshely, Eugene Ernest: Donahue. xlellrey M.: Dona-
hue, lellrev XV.: Fappiano, XX'illiam P.: Feenev, Mark Leonard:
Geer, Earl B.: Gelardi. Frank XV.: Grasso, Richard A.: Gregaropou-
los, john: Groszek, Henry lf.: Grzeszyk, Fred F.: Haesche, Fred
Hamlin. Henry Allen: Hammer, Henry lf.: Happy, Robert C.:
hlosephson, Raymond C.: Karlak, Michael: Keane, Thomas M.: Kil-
lion, XX'illiam Kimberley, Robert M.: Lodge, Richard XV.: Lucas,
Robert O.: Lundberg, Edward G.: Maher, john C.: May, Samuel
B.: McGahey, Robert: MclXIanus, Frederick: Menegus. George A.:
Meng, Richard B.: Miller, Francis: Myers, Milton L.: Norris, Ed-
ward: Parker, Clayton C.: Parker, Donald R.: Parlow, Erwin:
Raebenold, Paul L.: Reid, john T.: Roman, Felix: Rosania, Edward
P.: Rush, Thomas XV.: Scoheld, Herbert: Smith, Harold W.:
Strange, john P.: Symmes, Daniel D., jr.: Toth, William E.: Tryon,
Arthur C.: Trzcinski. john XVard, Elmer: XVood, Norman:
President . . . .Robert Taylor
Treasurer . . . . .James Gorman
Secretary .............. . . .Roger Benton
Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Andrew Starrett
Lengtliy meetings aided by filibusters . . . "Hide Duffy.
quick!" . . . The piano needs tuning . . . Trophy collec-
tors . . . "We'll get the other one next y'CEll'H . . . Alpha
Pi notes . . .Gnip-Gnop tournament . . . "I'll give you
a clue!" . . . Loveliest Mom on Campus . . . "Inspection
at 2 p.1n." . . . Cider parties in 308 . . . Spring dinner
dance. the big event of the year . . . Farm Bloc vs. City
Bloc . . . "VVhere's the mailman?" . . . S. S. Theta Xi
. . . Pinnings galore!
Row l. Jackson, Pratt, Drager, Edgarian, Cianci,
Cannon, Freedman, O'Connell, Mielnikiewiez, Dahl.
Row 2. Matis, Ranken, Seeondo, Cuffe, Johnson, Star-
rett, Taylor, Brainard, Benton, Sposta, Veal, Liebler,
Shinn, Stenberg, Marinelli.
Row 3. Squires, Bosco, Valley, Masi, Kuras. Olenick,
Stingle, Yakubik, Pratt, Leiper, MeQueeney, Brown,
Dixon, Sendlein, Sheldon.
Row 4. Gospodinoff, Dutelier, Hulburt, Pepek,
Sprague, Hill, Monis, Manion, Salins, Matzskiela, WVag-
ner, Shuekerow, Bosnar, Davis.
Row 5. Sheldon, Ruxton, Clang, Christie, Robinson,
Vinal, Franzmann, Galgano, Dufford, Nelson, Hansen,
Kosikowsky, Trespaez, Parakilas.
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the girls hate to relinquish it . . . friendly atmosphere . .
well separated from other girls' dorms . . . pretty girls . .
line mixture of sorority and independent women . . . won-
derful resident counselor, Mrs. Gates . . . pine paneled
lounges . . . gab fests . . . scene of Nutmleg junior sittings
. . . North Campus within sight . . . the Beanery across the
way . . . and grilling nightly
Elaine Tomasino's room shows a typical group of
lovely Wood Hall girls . . . and in the lounge
rummy, studying, romancing
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HARRY G. BIANCHESTER HALL . . . next to Mirror Lake . . . :ind
looking toward Home Economics. Sprague. XVhitney. and
Holcomb . . . Mrs. Brown is resident counselor . . . sophis-
ticated and cool atmosphere . . . singles for the studious .
triples for the social . . . plentiful phone Calls and letters . . .
individualistic . . . future graduate dorm . . . birthdays cele-
brated . . . bridge and knitting . . . pins and rings proudly
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other Holcomb girls sing
HOLCOBIB H,x1,1 ,... one of the oldest buildings at UConn
. . . founding spot for tlie earliest H'O111Cll'S secret societies
on canipus. the Groundltogs and later the Glowwornis . . .
tradition of warmth. spirit. and conipanionsliip . . . attic
devoted to Mr. Guyer's clianipion archers . . . the inusic box
. . . well loved and respected resident counselors, Miss Fosette
and Miss Randall
EDXVIN.-X wHi'1'xiei' iiAi.1. . . . nanied alter Librarian Emeritus
Wlliitney who retired in N38 . . . tlie joining link between
Holcomb and Sprague . . . downstairs a dining hall . . .
sniall but sociable population . . . favorite spot for evening
serenaders . . . poll during senate election . . . resident
counselor Mrs. lVasliburne on duty . . . Co-ed Colonel Pater-
son a XVliitneyite . . . sunbatliers' paradise . . . an occasional
Lipstick, powder, combing hair, and
conferences on the way one looks
are part of the getting-ready-for-m
formal preparations at Sprague . . .
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M. ESTELLA SPRAGUE HALL . . . school fornrals and Sprague's Snow Ball
. . . ping pong. cokes, and argylls . . . fun-loving girls and always dated
. . . dormitory of the queens and the leaders . . . 3 a.1n. philosophic
discussions . . . chic resident counselor Mrs. Wilkirrs . . . weekends
always bring guests or alumni . . . no political lines drawn on friend
ship here . . . spirit from within
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s'rRoNGno1An or lsolsxl . . . 1200 nien . . . Home of
the weekenders . . . Hlhere are the ping pong tables?
. . . Dancing in the lounges . . . The 49ers march
from here . . . YVe have a penthouse . . . Someday
the grass will grow . . . Football between the Dorms
. Engineers by the dozens
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J l You GO YOUR WAY, we'll go ours . . . Down with inspections . . . Down
with everything . . . Deal me in . . . Disappearing lounge furniture
. . . Who needs bowling alleys with these long halls . . . Siberia . . .
No girls allowed . . . just women . . . Let's go to Canada . . . Home
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ROW 2. Berdon, Chow, Shawinsky, Mustakos, Kamens, Murphy, Steiner.
The i tudent enate
THE STUDENT SENATE is the policy-making arm
of the Associated Student Government and is
specifically responsible for the expenditure of
the l0.00 yearly student activities fee. It also
is charged with the task of ascertaining student
opinion on important issues and of com-
municating that opinion to the faculty and ad-
ministration if they are involved.
This last year the Student Senate has been
constantly active in initiating new services and
improving the old. Among other things the
whole financial policy was written down and
numerous additions made to bring it into line
with current needs. A new accounting system
was instituted under the capable direction of
Don Molchan, the Central Treasurer. An at-
tempt was made to revive the moribund Con-
necticlub, and elsewhere in the social field, the
Senate helped various organizations to better
plan their dances so that no really unsuccessful
social events were held during the year. Under
the aegis of the Senate a new subordinate gov-
erning body was organized in North Campus
which helped to coordinate and prepare athletic
and social programs for the local dorms. These
social events were combined with student activ-
ities offered under the Senate direction such as
the CAMPUS. WH US. Touchstone. and a large
variety of recreational and semi-educational
organizations ranging from a Chess Club to
foreign language groups. to provide a program
which would appeal to almost all students.
Also during the year the Senate made con-
siderable progress in its efforts to effect a better
understanding between students and adminis-
tration on some of the all-University problems
such as the Dining Halls, the proposed new
Student Union Building. Athletics and Public
Relations. Other related functions included a
highly successful Course Critique. Freshman
Orientation. Dad's Day. and the Community
Chest and Carnival.
As President Fred Mfhitehouse said when
leaving. "It's been a good year and one in which
the entire Senate has actively attempted to
meet its responsibility to the student body."
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The Conne tiout Campu
"Is this where l'm supposed to hand in mv junior
write-up?" Hordes ol' people jabbering in the ollice-
where's our partition-somebody want to do a head-
line?-let's go to ten pages-what we need is an icebox
in the lile cabinet and plentv ol' cold beer whe11 we
turn out the paper-but Mr. Sweenev. but Mr. Sween
. .. but . . . how do you spell . . . E
Lile on the Connecticut CAMPUS was never dull.
There were alwavs plentv ol people hanging around-
sometimes they were stafl members, sometimes the
paper got out on time too. Bill Dowding. the ever-
smiling. be-hatted emissarv lrom the printers be-
came a permanent ieature. sitting at the editor's
elbow or leaning over somebodv's shoulder giving
lorth with wrv commentary. 1950 was a red letter
vear, too, because the paper went to three issues a
week-and besides being exciting. look at all the
extra work that meant.
There were press conferences with Prexv-trying
to get a word in edge-wise. There was the perennial
battle to prevent being scooped by such un-important
papers as the Hartford Courant. And to think it was
all done on the oldest living specimens of ancient
The paper printed more pictures, pubicized more
queens. complained about more things. carried more
sports coverage, and left out more stories than ever
before. YVe even managed to get a couple of scoops-
the new provost and the final word on the "Veep"
speaking' at graduation. And ever though the Editor
scratched his head bald, and the Sports Editor got
ulcers, and the Business Manager made money-for
the paper-it was still a great vear for the leading
student newspaper at the University of Connecticut.
Cobb. Cotjanle, Messier, and other Campus members engrossed Blawie and Bloom type, Isaacs looks pleased, and McNamara
in their work. The circulation staff gives us a smile. grins over the Campus. Beyerle and Ruck concentrate.
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ROW 1. McNamara, Fischer, Kimble, Isaacs, Murphy, Weber, Cobb.
ROW 2. Handler, Robinson, Stiener, Joliem, Ek, Elkins, Burke.
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Managing Editor ....
News Editor ....
Sports Editor. . .
Feature Editor ....
. . . . .Phil Isaacs
. . .Leon Messier
. . . .Don Ruck
. . .Pete Sudarsky
. . . .james Blawie
Copy Editor .... ....... J oy Man
Business Manager .......... Mary Ann Spodnik
Editor-in-Chief ............. ...... P hil Isaacs
Managing Editor .... ..... L eon Messier
News Editor ..... .... M arilyn Beyerle
Sports Editor .... ...... D on Ruck
Associate Editor. . . . . .Ted Cotjanle
Feature Editor .... ........ J oy Man
Copy Editor ....... .......... C al Cobb
Business Manager. . . . . .Henry Wakeman
The "be-hatted emissary from the
printers" and the spring 1950 editor.
Phil Isaacs. and fall 1950 editor, Leon
The Hu ky etwork
'l'he Husky Network, whose call letters are VVHUS,
provides its personnel with valuable experience in
all phases of radio in addition to ollering a wide
program schedule to the campus listening audience.
The Network broadcasts nearly one hundred hours
a week, including the regular schedule and special
events such as dances, lectures, interviews. and ath-
WHUS is a charter member of the Intercollegiate
Broadcasting System, and as such is affiliated directly
with more than one hundred similiar stations
throughout the country. The station is also a mem-
ber of the United Press which provides lull news
coverage on the network teletype machine twenty-
lour hours a day.
Many NVHUS graduates have gone on to good posi-
tions in connnercial radio, and the station is fast
being recognized in New England as a good training
ground lor radio talent.
Station master Ken Kamens announces a record
which Mfalt McGowan is about to play . . . Danny
Reale and Bill Klein discuss a script . . . Dawn Cum-
misky answers the network phone . . . Back in con-
sultation . . . McGowan and Dick Jodry read the
news off the United Press teletype machine.
ROW 1. Handler. Larsen. Cumxnisky. Cole, Jacobson, Stuart. Klein. Shelley. McGowan. ROW
2. Foster. Ryan, Wilk.f Flynn, Geemy. Colle. Dubpernell, Abel, Del.uca. ROYV 3. Rubbel
5 Necknitz, Moyal, Hershlccwitz, Savin. Plenefislr. Rajewski. Keefe, Cornish. ROW' 4. Lingo
Foley, Sheldon. Caputo, Lipski, Brady, Mason. Kanare. r
The 1950 UTIIIEG
1.114143 '1'IIli UN1v1QRs1'1'v o1f c:oNN11c1'1'1CUT,, the 1950 .Nutmeg
stall has stressed growth . . . as evidence of this the book
has many new features: a different cover with Johnathan
IV symbolizing school spirit rather than the so often
used school seal: two color plates. representing the Iirst
lull color we've ever had in the Nzllmegq a magnified
introductory section illustrating the various schools and
colleges of the University: a section for the dorms which
have been neglected too long: and a Year In Review
section to help you remember the outstanding social
events of the year.
There are many I. as editor. would like to thank . .
lor. if the book is a success. it is due to the editors and
their staffs. the people who wrote write-ups and posed for
pictures. the senators. faculty. etc. Ubviously too many
people for me to thank individually here . . . however, it
would be unfair not to single out for special commenda-
tion David Jordan and Douglas Dunn. Dave, of the
Campus Publishing Company. has been inspiring to work
with. a fine person and from a Hne firm. Doug and the
Wa1'1'e11 Kay Vantine Studio have done an outstanding
job of photography coverage . . . To both men. my
SvLv1,x Bocsixx. Editor, 1950 Nutmeg
MARGE URIOT PHILLIP YOUNGMAN HENRY WAKEMAN
Executive Secretary Photography Editor Advertising Manager
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JOHN RICHMOND PATRICIA ROLLINS
Business Manager Associate Editor
MARY JEZYK ADELE HOBERMAN DAVID CORN
Co-ed Editor Publicity Editor Sports Editor
'lhe Ag. Council is made up of representatives from
all of the agricultural groups on campus. This group
plans agricultural programs and assemblies.
ROW 1. Dikovsky, Martin, Kuras, Ritchie, Keller. Sherwood.
Mochrie. ROW' 2. Schnabel, Ferrarelli, Larson, Parkin, Bird,
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
The members of Alpha Phi Omega, National Service
Fraternity, have dedicated themselves, through the
principles of the Scout Oath and Law, to leadership
and fellowship in rendering service to humanity.
ROW 1. Warren, Bently, Aborn, Nemeth, Passmore, Chappel.
Wirtenburg. ROW 2. Wright, Kashansky, Simergalis, Ingra-
ham, Tomlin, Shroiki, Godin. ROW 3. Anderson, Crowe.
Weiner, Siegal. Reisch, Brown.
A. S. C. E
The object of the student chapter at the University
of Connecticut is to promote interest in the profession
of Civil Engineering among the students. It brings
to their attention pertinent current topics of pro-
fessional importance through lectures, movies. and
held trips to nearby engineering projects.
ROW 1. Morrison. Lucas, Cass, Thompson. Stevens, Warren,
Cangiano. ROW 2. DeMio, Ricker, Grabowy, Mason, Rother-
ford, Konoff, Killingbeck. ROW 3. Moulton, DellaRipa. Foote.
Pfrang, Paull, jankovich, Crumb.
S. A. A. C. S.
The chapter provides: an opportunity for chemistry
students to become better acquainted, a chance to
hear experts in related Fields, and develops a profes-
sional spirit and pride in chemistry.
ROW 1. Fenton, Dubpernell, Brewer, Robinson. Lacy, Mos-
troianni, Doroshuk. ROW 2. Meigs, Looby, Kolago, Pisarko,
The Archery Club is open to all interested persons
whether they are in the Physical Education classes or
not. This club aims to foster interest in archery, de-
velop a professional attitude and to build a group
unity among the Archers.
ROW 1. Young, Scala, Fischer, Burt, Weber. Schorr. Steinle.
ROW 2. Rand, Zaher, Swain, Meister-ling, Grenon.
The Arnold Society was formally initiated on campus
March 17, 1950 when Thomas Phillips, acting Squad-
ron Commander initiated the charter members. The
society is national made up of chapters of Air ROTC
units located in almost every state. The members
are advanced AROTC students and pledges are basic
OFFICERS: Squadron Commander, Michael Lombardo, Execu-
tive Officer, Larry Kearney, Operations Ofiicer, Burton Ander-
song Adjutant Recorder, Anthony D'Addettag Secretary-Treas-
urer, Robert McCleodg Faculty Advisor, Lt. Col. I-I. F. Van
Leuvang Chaplain, Father O'Brien.
The art workshop encourages participation in various
kinds of Zlft work and shares in the social and cul-
tural life on the campus. This year the members ol
the club made jewelry from sterling silver, worked
with clay, and did paintings, among other interesting
ROW 1. Velms, Miss Hoffman, Colton. ROW 2. Carlson,
The purpose of the Bankiva Club is to promote inter-
est in poultry husbandry among the students by spon-
soring educational and social activities. Outstanding
men in the various fields of the poultry industry are
invited to speak at many of the meetings.
OFFICERS: President, Robert E. Larson, Vice-President, Elio
Goffi, Secretary, Vlad Vansakg Treasurer, Frank Wilcox.
ROW 1. Paine, O'Shea, Vansak. GoHi, Wilcox, Burr, Eaton.
ROW 2. Ryan, Child, Dikousky, Kaczynski, Brown, Carlson.
BLOCK AND BRHHJECLUB
The Block and Bridle Club is composed ol students
interested in Animal Husbandry. Its two big projects
are the Livestock Show in the fall and the Horse Show
in the spring.
ROW 1. Adams, Rentel, Hubbell, Brockett, Brockett. Stimson,
Martin. ROW 2. Hallmark, Bechle, johnson, Christian, Don-
nelly, Christie, Carboni.
The Canterbury Club is an organization lor all Epis-
copal students on campus. The aim of the club is
to foster student participation in religious and cul-
tural activites, and to promote understanding and
friendship among Episcopal students at the Univer-
sity of Connecticut.
OFFICERS: President, Kurt Tinkerg Vice-President, Roberta
Manng Secretary, Elaine Schultz, Treasurer, Robert Taylor,
Faculty Advisor, Reverend Frederick Eastman.
ROW 1. Racheter, Rev. Eastman, Tinker. ROW 2. Mann,
The Carollers, under the direction of Professor R. IV.
Yingling, is an honorary, 11-cappella music society.
Its voices are carefully selected in regard to the bal-
ance ancl quality necessary lor the singing ol madri-
gals and carol type music in which the ensemble
ROW 1. Dean. Tex-ani, Boyse, Kreis, Beechler, Hoxie, Durrell.
ROW 2. Owens, Liegeot, Elliot, Yingling, Blum, Hale. Wessels,
The Cheerleaders squad is made up of six fellows
and six girls. They are rated and chosen at try-Outs
by four unbiased judges for their enthusiasm, cheer-
ing form, and general appearance.
ROW 1. Koop, Bone, Spaulding. ROW 2. Festa, Volpe,
Grenon, Marker, Tomasinni.
Chi Epsilon, national honcnary Civil Engineering
lfraternily founded in 192-I. rests upon the four sound
principles of practicality, character, scholarship, and
sociability. Its role at Connecticut is to recognize
outstanding work and achievements of Civil Engi-
neering students, and to further enhance the prestige
of the department in the eyes of the profession.
'lihe "iN-flotk" Legislaturc- holds an annual 2-clay
session at the State Capitol. and lunctions as a pratti
cal laboratory in government. Student delegates att
selected on the basis of scholarship, extra-curricular
activities. and interest.
ROW 1. Daworski, Rickert, Boucher, Barry, Mr. Tippy,
Stamatel. Lapuk, Alling, I-Iammerl. ROW 2. Morrison,
Haagenson, Pederson, Macki. Stephens, Holden, Linton, Moran,
Anderson. ROW 3. Murray, Noren, Clang, Landino. Kessel,
Pfrang, Cox, Thompson.
The Henry K. Denlinger Debating Society completed
another successful year participating in tournaments
and individual debates throughout New England.
The National Debate topic: Resolved, that the Fed-
eral Gov't nationalile the basic non-agricultural
OFFICERS: President, Harold Chaseng Vice-President, William
Dworskig Secretary, Audrey Phillips, Corresponding Secretary.
Bert Bowden, Treasurer, Phillip Chapman: Faculty Advisors.
Miss I-Iawer, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Iezzi.
The purpose of this secret men's honorary society is
twofold . . . to give recognition for outstanding serv-
ice, and to work through the members to maintain
and improve the standards of the school. They coor-
dinate and lead campus activities and attempt to
consolidate the student, faculty, and administration
points of view.
ROW 1. Fred Whitehouse, Robert Garvey. Bart Schmidt.
ROW 2. John Nachyly, Phil Isaacs, Don Molchan.
'l'he Education Club is a social-proliessional Olgilllilil-
tion serving the interests ol' students in liducation and
related lields. It is student controlled and directed.
.Xctivities include social, picnics, and speakers.
ROW 1. DeRago, Walsh. Edgarian, Meng, Jezykm, Schaperow.
ROW 2. Jensen, Racheter, Copp, Richards, Guidsky, Gochberg.
ROW 3. Maximowicz, Nekritz. Shawinslcy, Rubbo.
A. I. E. E.
'I'he campus branch presents speakers on electrical
engineering. conducts inspection trips to local manu-
facturing concerns, sponsors debates and contests for
the best branch electrical engineering paper, and is
also sponsoring an amateur radio organization.
'1'he activities of the Forestry Club include the very
popular meetings, participation in the Horticulture
Show, and held trips to points ol interest. The club
publication is the "Connecticut Caliper".
ROW 1. Brown, Moreland, Klein, Sherwood, Wenger, Carini,
Hodgson. ROW 2. Goodrich, Ferrarelli, Wyman, Kienholz,
Camey, Griswold, Kaminslcy. ROW 3. Dodd, Carlson, Gill,
GAMMA CHI EPSILON
'l'his honorary scholastic fraternity was lounded by
President Beach in 1919. Its major purpose is to
promote scholarship and participation in campus
activities. New members are chosen on the basis ol
quality point ratio and extra curricular activity.
ROW 1. Firato, Sokol, Nachyly, Wolfe, White. ROW 2.
Wright, Cox, I-Iammeral.
The Horticulture Club is open to all students inter-
ested in any phase of horticulture. Activities include
the annual Horticultural Show, and educational or
social programs during monthly meetings.
ROW 1. Collins, Benton, Ritchie. Rollins. Miller. ROW 2.
Tisdale, Reisch, Martin, Sherman.
This fledgling organization, under its new director.
crammed radio acting-interpretation and technique-
and sound effects, live and recorded, into its half-hour
dramatic slot on "mike-night," Thursday. over
ROW 1. Stewart, Silver. Grimm, Christopher. ROW' 2. Lipski,
Cole, Jacobsen, Drutraville, Abel.
I. S. O.
The Independent Students Organization was formed
to meet the needs of the independent students on
campus and to foster a strong school spirit.
The organization is primarily interested in providing
social, recreational, and athletic opportunities for the
independent student, but it also serves a useful serv-
ice along political lines. The latter is accomplished
by the organization's support of worthy candidates
during campus-wide elections.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Activities are bountilul in the "Home EC' Club-
business meetings - socials - movies - speakers - rec-
ipe booklets - conventions - and much more. XVorld
projects are a major part ol the club's yearly work.
ROW 1. Negal, Trepple, Murray, Mann, Monroe. ROW 2.
Mann, Bradley, Taylor, Oliver.
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The is made up ol all Lutheran students on
campus. Being primarily for spiritual guidance and
fellowship through the monthly supper meetings,
social events in conjunction with V U.C.A. are
OFFICERS: President, Charles VV. Shermang Secretary, Anne
Hermanatg Treasurer, Donald Tisdale. ADVISORS: Rev. Wm.
Searg Rev. C. E. Olson.
'I'he Indigos originated at Fort 'Irumbull by eight
students who "just wanted to sing"'. They organized
on campus in the lall ol 1949 and sang numerous
engagements. 'I'he theme song is "Mood Indigo".
ROW 1. MacDonald, Gold, Pittman, Russell. ROW 2. Fink.
Lindgren. Hall, I-Iopps.
lhe Interlfaith Council strives to promote interlaith
cooperation by finding a common basis lor under-
standing the fundamental, personal, and social impli-
cations of each faith. Representatives from the three
campus religious organizations comprise the member-
ROW 1. Smith, Father Giaquinto, Olhn, Raissi. ROW 2.
Riordan, Lipski, Costigan, Steiner.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
The International Relations Club has as its aims to
foster international relations on the Connecticut
The Mathematics Club meets twice with the purpose
of enriching the mathematics curriculum. The activi-
ties of the club include research topics prepared and
presented by students, speakers and socials.
ROW 1. Beatrice. Licht. ROW 2. Asito. Isman, Chou, Mcliany.
'l'he Mediator is the inter-fraternity governing coun-
cil at the University. It is composed ol two regular
representatives and an alternate from each fraternity.
'l'his organization is charged with the responsibility
olf promoting harmony among fraternities and frater-
ROW 1. Shinn, Matosian. O'Connell, Bower. Danbrek, D'Ad-
detts, Adeshe. ROW 2. Fadasky, Pace, Cohen, Stearns. ROW
3. Ruhlmann, Hill, McMannis, Schlegal.
l"or1nerly known as the Laurels, the group ol eight
this 10th anniversary year culminated several years
of effort by former Laurels to bring the national
organization to Connecticut by being installed and
initiated as Mortar Boards on October 30, 19-19. The
new chapter has assisted in the Junior Counciling
program and in publicizing elections, ushered at
convocations and the band concert, given helpful
hints to career-seeking senior women, sold Christmas
cards and worked with the University Senate and
other honorary organizations on campus in establish-
ing an All Honors Day tradition on campus.
ROW 1. Murray, Vandermeer, Dr. Carter, Wfadhams, Hold-
ridge. ROW 2. White, Terry, Roberts.
.X club ol Catholic culture and fellowship, the New-
man Club here is the largest in the New England
province ol' the Newman Club lfederation and one
ol the largest in the whole country. Its purpose is
to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives
ol its members through a balanced program ol reli-
gious. intellectual and social activities, to weld the
Catholic students into a common union, and to assist
the University and all its students whenever possible.
The R.O.T.C. Officers Club is comprised of all mem-
bers of the air and infantry Advanced R.O.T.C. The
organization meets once a month with programs of
speakers, movies, and demonstrations in some way
related to the military.
ROW 1. Romanoff, Horrigan, Major D'Enbeau, McGuire,
Cohen, Naylor. ROW 2. Arrohson, Saunders, Macione, Chal-
kin, Nichols, Trzcinski, Goudin, Gifford. ROW 3. Quinlan.
Lavine, Hackett, Magin, Levy, Edmundson, Plank.
PHI UPSILON OMICRON
Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national honorary and pro-
fessional Home Economics organization whose aim
is to promote leadership, ability, character, service.
and an interest in Home Economics throughout life.
ROW 1. Murray, Dorizzi, Bradley. ROW 2. Mann, Hodgson,
The Outing Club was founded for the promotion of
informal outdoor recreation including hiking, riding,
camping, canoeing, and skiing, and the encourage-
ment of an appreciation of nature and the country's
ROW 1. Luchs, Crooker, Fellows, Jacobs, Pratt, Miller, Hotch-
kiss. ROW 2. Cole Hodgson, Miller Plunkett, Dux, Wello.
ROW 3. Weigold, Whitman. Rausseck, Fink, Katan, Gold.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS
This Club, open to Physical Education Majors and
Minors, attempts to develop unity within the group
and promote a professional attitude through its social
activities and connections with National and State
ROW 1. Morgan, Miller, Blozie, Miss Rogers, Terry, Giordano,
I-Iochberg. ROW 2. Murphy. Vining, Vancisin, Fischer, Lewis,
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The Psychology Club was organized to acquaint
undergraduates with the aims, purposes, and practical
applications of psychology, and for informal discus-
sions of contemporary research in the Held.
RATCLIFFE HICKS A. A.
A medium through which the members of the Rat-
cliffe Hicks School may gain a voice in student affairs
of the University of Connecticut and to foster favor-
able publicity both on and off campus.
PI ALPHA SIGMA
Pi Alpha Sigma is the honorary agricultural fraternity
on the campus. Its function is to promote the pro-
fession by bringing together the outstanding students
and interested faculty of the College of Agriculture.
ROW 1: Fetteroff, Rollins, Rosenau, Hallmark, Ritchie, Gifs
ford, Mochrie. ROW 2. Patrick, Chatquras, Sheldon, Bronson,
Goffe, Wadsworth. ROW 3. Kimberly, Iosephson, Ohms,
Simons, Syphon, Larson, Parkin.
REGISTERED NURSES CLUB
The R. N. Club was organized in May, 1948, to fur-
ther social activity, recreation and group enterprise
among the graduate nurses on campus.
ROW 1. Chodaz, Dunn, Barry, Kazunski, Croske. ROW 2.
Fitzgerald, LeMonica, Phoenix, Horansky, Parente.
JSM, -. D..
S. A. M.
The Society lor the .Xdyancc-ment ol Manageinc-nt is
the recognized national prolessional society ol man'
agement people in industry, commerce, govermnent,
and education. Its principal aim is to spread the
benelits ol scientilic management wherever manage-
ment is required. The discussions and activities ol
thc student chapters encourage and stimulate interest
and iiiicleistaiitliiig ol' the social and economic impli-
tations ol' scientilic principles ol management.
ROW 1. Courcier. Olson. Franconi. ROW 2. Pursell, Lipski.
The Sociology Club is an organization comprised ol
Sociology majors and students in any other lield who
are interested in social problems and the principles
of Sociology. The aim ol the club is, by yisiting
speakers, held trips, movies and informal discussions.
to acquaint the members with the Held ol Sociology
and to gain a better knowledge of Sociology as a
OFFICERS: President, Naomi Kaplang Secretary-Vice-President.
Ted Aldrichg Treasurer. Arlene Greenbergg Program Chair-
man, Edna Gottliebg Faculty Advisor, Mr. Arthur Wood.
ROW 1. Gottlieb, Aldrich, Kaplan, Antonik, Robbins. ROW'
2. Greenberg. Marcovski. Kashanski, Molski, Kanare.
Activities ol the Spanish Club include learning songs
and acquiring a general knowledge of the culture
of Spain and South America through the presentation
ot plays, movies, and speakers.
ROW 1. Washburn. Reilly. Johnson. ROW 2. Barone, Robins.
The Swimming Club this year learned rhythmic swim-
ming. XVith the aid ol a victrola and the "Skaters
XValtL" the girls practiced various routines and per-
lormed lor the opening ol the new swinnning pool.
ROW 1. Miller. Parker. Fischer. ROW 2. Bronson, Murray,
U. C. A.
The University Christian Association is a fellowship
of Christian Students who, through a program of
work projects, study groups, discussions, worship and
social events seek to increase their religious knowl-
edge, discover mature Christian philosophy of life,
deepen their spiritual resources, and relate their faith
to social action.
ROW 1. Stone, Risberg, Larson, Hoyt, Raissi, Burr, Young.
ROW 2. Smith, Bedford, Swain, Baldwin, Beck, Bone, Sutton.
ROW 3. Burr, Tisdale, Hopps, Wilson, Sinclair, Steiner.
The Dairy Club is an organization ol' Dairy Produc-
tion and Dairy Manulacturing students. Annual
events are a Dairy Club breaklast with men from the
Dairy Industry and a Judging Contest planned lor
ROW 1. Sonski, Sokol, Washburn, Parkin, Wadsworth, Mo-
chrie, Berggren, Hall. ROW 2. Wade, Leonard, Miller, Kosi-
kowski, Wood, Niedermeir, Hummel, johnson. ROW 3. Chris-
tie, Sargent, Johnson, Kelly, Snyder, McKenzie, Weiss, Dziadul.
A manifestation ol renewed school spirit the U.
Conn. 49ers is composed of fun loving students who
share an enthusiasm for the music ot the ancients.
The University Theater Association is the main
medium for all dramatic activities on campus. Its
purpose is to produce plays worthy of presentation
by the university with the highest possible artistic
ROW 1. Christopher, Plavnicky, Silver, Silver, Cobey. ROW'
2. Drutraville, Christie, Lipski, Morris, Grimm.
W. A. A.
The YVomen's Athletic Association is composed of
Sports Chairmen lrom women's houses and repre-
sentatives from Sports Clubs. It seeks to encourage
sports for women through those Clubs, Intramural
competition, and meetings with other schools.
ROW 1. Fitzgerald, Sharpe, Hochberg, Miss Rogers, Terry,
Murray, Scala. ROW 2. Bertorelli, Mohr, Fischer, Anderson,
Lewis, Berggren, Parker.
W. S. G. C.
Made up of dormitory, Senate and Social Committee
representatives, the XV.S.G.C. is the legislative body
in allairs of student government for women. A stu-
dent-operatecl Book Exchange and the annual Co-Ed
XVeek-end are outstanding activities of the Council.
ROW 1. Symmes, Spodnik, Mohr, White. ROW 2. I-Ianf,
W. V. C.
This lfeminine edition ol' the Club is an honor-
ary athletic organization open to all women students
who have earned two major awards in sports. These
"letter lassies" usually play hostess lor the various
play days which the sports clubs hold.
ROW 1. Fischer, Terry, Miss Rogers, Miller, Murray. ROW 2.
Miller, Anderson, Plunkett, O'Donohue.
YUKON AVIATION CLUB
The Yukon Aviation Club is an organization of stu-
dents and faculty members interested in promoting
college flying. Its activities include inter-collegiate air
meets, flight instruction, and breakfast Hights.
ROW 1. O'Connell, Moulton, Dahn, Ruggie, Pisarko. ROW 2.
Schaer, Repko, Levine.
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
AZO National Pharmaceutical Fraternity is repre-
sented at U.C.C.P. by Nu chapter. It has for its aims
the advancement of the profession of pharmacy, the
building of strong individual character, creating a
spirit ol' friendship, and cooperation, and the foster-
ing of the virtues of mutual trust, sympathy, faith-
fulness. and unselfishness.
OFFICERS: Directorum, William Zeldisg Sub Directorum,
Robert Elking Signare, Robert Finebergg Excheque, Sherman
Gershmang Belarum, Herbert W'olfson.
ROW 1. Elkin, Wrubel, Gershman, Zeldis, Steinhaus, Katz,
Zimmerman, Fineberg, Rosker. ROW 2. Sack, Weinberg, Bus-
lovitz, Eisenberg, Berman, Ableman, Miller, Wolfson, Honig-
berg, Brauner, Scolnik. ROW 3. Merkin, Reuter, Kaufman,
Salovitz, Seltzer, Dworkin, Weinberg, Kleinman, Sneideman,
A. PH. A
The U.C.C.P. Alpha branch of the Association is one
of the schools OLDEST organizations as well as one
of the oldest APhA student branches. It has for its
purpose the promotion of pharmacy and it attempts
to aid in this by offering programs of speakers, movies.
etc., and the monthly APII.-1 joturiml.
OFFICERS: President, Victor Lautierg Vice-President, Michael
Guilanog Secretary, Philip Lehrmang Treasurer, Emily Matyig
Faculty Advsior, Dr. P. Jannke.
ROW 1. Wrubel, DeMartino, Massaro, Zeldis, Burleson, Ber-
gantino, Winalski, Somers, Fineberg. ROW 2. Faraclas, Slater,
Choquette, Kevorkian, Dinerstein, Matyi, Lautier, Guilano,
Israel, Hubelbank, Lupariello, Krawczyk. ROW 3. Deutsch,
Gershman, Carotenuto, Pulley, Wunsch, Gerak, Tomazewski,
Cuff, Walker, Lane, Sullivan, Lohse, Berman, Cybul, Schlank.
ROW 4. Wolfson, Burgess, Moody, Plukas, Kaminski, Erzolitis,
Rickman, Kile, Sharek, Hartman, Eglin, Salovitz, Hertz, Bood,
Outstanding senior students from 4300 colleges and
universities are selected each fall to represent their
school as members ol' "IVho's XVho in American Col-
leges and Universities." They are nominated on basis
of scholarship, leadership, and citizenship.
ROW 1. Nachyly, Mustakos, Spodnik, Kamens. ROW 2. White.
Murphy, Molchan, Murray.
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The purpose ol' the AA. is to organize and hnance
all athletic' activities at the tollege. During the year
this assotiation is responsible lor the lormation ol'
basketball and baseball teams, bowling, ping pong
tournaments and goll. The past year tourneys in
bridge. pinothle, Canasta and thess were its major
OFFICERS: President. Carl Massarog Vice-President. Donald
Cardelle: Secretary. Genevieve Perzanowskig Treasurer, Eugene
ROW 1. Slater, Cardelle. Massaro. Perzanowski. Lescoe. ROW
2. Kevorkian. Bonelli. I-Iartman, Ableman, Granatelc, Fiocchi.
PH. GLEE CLUB
Reorganifed alter a year's absence in an attempt to
develop a good male thoral group.
ROW 1. Kevorkian. Bergantino, Cocolas, Fineberg, Burgess.
ROW 2. Faraclas. Charland. Crook. Burleson. Downey.
LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA
The aims and purposes ol the sorority are to loster
a continued interest in current pliarmaeeutieal ad-
vantement, to establish a tploser bond among our
tolleagues, and to abide by the high standards set
up by our prolession.
OFFICERS: President, Shirley I-Iertzg Vice-President, Gladys
Wunschg Recording Secretary, Elinor Nemser: Corresponding
Secretary, Gertrude Stephensong Treasurer. Lydia Cybul.
ROW 1. Choquette, Cybul. Wunsch, Hertz. Nemser, Stephen-
son, Matyi. ROW 2. Grillo, Israel. Demas, Bood. Moran,
Farber, Geralc, Krawczyk, Mtirphy. ROW 3. Dinerstein.
Perzanowski. Testo, Stivers, Alanan, Carotenuto. Slater. Villano.
MORTAR AND PESTLE SOCIETY
The Mortar and Pestle Society is a comparatively new
organization at the college being treated in the
spring olf 1948. It is restricted to those students who
are outstanding in extracurricular activities and in
bettering the College ol Pliarniaty.
OFFICERS: President, Rutherford Burgessg Vice-Presidenb
Treasurer, Edward Kawcyzkg Secretary, Shirley Dinersteing
Faculty Advisor, Dr. Arthur Schwarting.
ROW 1. Deutsch, Burgess, Dinerstein. ROW 2. Hertz, Lautier.
kappa Psi aims to inculcate nobility and courage ol
mind and heart, and to lurtlter in every way possible
the aclvantage ol' its members socially, morally and
intellectuallyg also to loster pharmaceutical researcll
and high scholarship.
ROW 1. Scinto, Kevorkian, Melillo, Faraclas, Wynne, Leone,
O'Brien, Lucchini, Feriolo, Paceoni. ROW 2. Professor Maier,
Plukas, Gresh, Spatuzzi, Massaro, Fiocchi, Sullivan, Kelleher,
Linclborg. Professor Penney. ROW 3. O'To0le, Mermigos,
Winalski, Collins, Bergantino, Bodozian, Onorato, Smith, Reilly,
Keane, Walker, Lancia, Cachillo, D'Amato, Tangerone. ROW
4. Granatek, McGloon, Schofield, Rappa. McQuire, Wieler,
Arzolitis, Lescoe, Meschke, Cocolas, Kaminski, Cardelle, Hart-
The Pharma-Conn, Journal ol' the University ol
Connecticut College ol' Pharmacy, has been published
by the student body since l92:3. In l9rl8, the maga-
zine was completely revised in lorm, content. and
reader distribution. Aims of the revised publication
are to strengthen the relationships between pharma-
cists, doctors, and all persons interested in pharma-
ROW 1. Rappa, Cybul, Massaro, Schlank, Sullivan, Wynne,
Rosen. ROW 2. Krawczyk, Slater, Wunsch, Berman, Testo,
Pulley, Dinerstein. ROW 3. Sharek, Friedman, Kleinman,
Rappa, McQuire, Rickman, Lescoe.
PHI DELTA CHI
The Alpha Lambda Chapter ol the International
Phi Delta Chi Fraternity is the newest lraternal or-
ganization at the College of Pharmacy. The Alpha
Lambda chapter ol the International Phi Delta Fra-
ternity has now been in operation lor over one year
-this chapter being installed in February 1949.
ROW 1. Giuliano, Kaffeian, Palmer, DeMartino. Cuticello.
ROW 2. Dr. Skauen, Cuff, Sharek, Lohse, Hein, DeFeo, Fora-
stiere, Gates, Professor Barrett. ROW 3. Deutsch, Martin,
Mulvey, Messina, Hein, Burleson, Wyrebek. Tomazewski. Reu-
tenauer, Light. ROW 4. Lautier, Muccino, Kile. Cleary,
Murawski, Eglin, Doyle.
RHO CHI HONOR SUCIETY
Membership in this society is based on scholastic
standing only. Alpha Gamma Chapter, at the Uni-
versity ol' Connecticut. received its Chapter in lil-12.
Since that time, approximately seventy students who
fulfilled the scholastic and other requirements, have
been elected to menibership.
ROW 1. Dr. Schwarting, Professor Fenney, Dr. Johnson, Wein-
berg. Professor Barrett, Alanan, Mr. Tyler, Dr. Skauen. ROW
2. Deutsch, Massaro, Zeldis, Saracco, Brauner, DeFeo. Loalbo,
Kelleher. ROW 3. Honigberg, Gershman. Plukas, Lautier,
Dworkin, Katz, Ableman, Granatek.
Reisenberg, Friedman. Mayer. Schlank.
RHO PI PHI PHARMACY
The aims ol Rho Pi Phi are to bring together in
fraternal lellowship students in Pharmacy based upon
the principles and precepts of ethical practice, to
STUDENT COUNCIL PHARMACY
The Student Council is composed of representatives
elected from the student body yearly on a per capita
basis. Duties of this governing body include: the in-
stigation and fostering of any program which may
cultivate or improve school morale. to support and
encourage any act which may increase the prestige ol'
maintain the ethical standards and dignity of, and
pride in this most ancient and honorable profession.
the University of Connecticut College of Pharmacy
among other institutions of learning, to apportion
and disburse funds for student activity, and to act as
a clearing unit for suggestions and constructive criti-
cism between faculty and students.
OFFICERS: President, A. john Kevorkiang
Vice-President, Michael Bergantinog Secretary,
Catherine Sullivang Treasurer, Gordon lVlcGuireg
Faculty Adviser. Dr. Donald Skauen.
ROW 1. Sullivan, Kevorkian, Dr. Shauen,
Bergantino, McQuire. ROW 2. I-Iublebank,
Deutsch, Wrubel. Hartman, Sullivan, O'Brien.
flther ll-Conn flrrtarri ation
AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
Broadcasting from the Engineering Building, they
nray be heard nightly on the higher frecluencies . . .
filling the ether with the Huskies bark . . . carrying
the voices- of U-Conn nrerr around the world.
A. S. M. E.
By sponsoring field trips, speakers, movies. parties, a
papers contest. and attendance at national and re-
gional conventions, this club helps satisfy the social.
cultural, and educational needs of its members.
A. S. A. E.
The American Society of Agricultural Engineers Stu-
dent Branch was organized in April 1949 to further
student interests in Agricultural Engineering by
sponsoring programs dealing with various phases of
A. I. E. E.-I. R. E.
The joint student branches of the American Insti-
tute of Electrical Engineers and Institute of Radio
Engineers are affiliated with the national organiza-
tions and have as a purpose the furtherance of pro-
fessional development of the student.
The thirty members of the Badminton Club meet on
Monday' afternoons from four to six o'clock to try
to perfect their playing technique. The members
compete within the group by means of a ladder tour-
nament ancl a double elimination tournament.
BLUE AND WHITE
The Blue and XVhite Club "sounds off" at its reserved
cheering section at games and sponsors buses to the
away games. This peppy group also organizes the
Sadie Hawkins' week and dance on campus.
The Club, open to all varsity athletes. aims to
bring about a closer relationship among the athletes
of the University of Connecticut socially. in the class-
room, arrcl on the field. These men have spent rrruclr
time and effort in bringing recognition to the Uni-
versity' for their part in athletics.
ETA KAPPA NU
The Bela Omega chapter of the Eta Kappa Nu Asso-
ciation, a national honorary electrical engineering
society. was chartered in May, 19119. Membership re-
quirements are scholastic aclrieverrrent. extracurric-
ular activities, personality and character.
The Football Band, as its name implies, was active
only during the football season. A full-scale pageant
was prepared each week and presented during the
half-time period. The band made trips to Yale Uni-
versity and Springfield College.
The University 4-H Club is primarily for former 4-H
members and their friends. Its purpose is to main-
tain active interest irr 4-H work and provide interest-
ing social and educational programs.
OFFICERS: President. IVilliam Braitlrwaite: Vice-
President, Alfred Vaill: Secretary Dyllis Schlosser:
Treasurer, Julius Yale: Prograrrr Chairman. Anita
Celston: Membership Chairman, Hugh Macliensie.
The Clee Club. directed by Mr. Herbert A. France.
had a very active year. They gave concerts at Clinton.
Columbia. and the annual concert at XVorc'ester Poly-
technic, also a radio concert over the New Englancl
College Glee Club Hour.
The Hillel Choir is a nrusical organization sponsored
by Hillel. and directed by Mrs. Celia Bellman. It
sings the beautiful Sabboth nrusic at the weekly lfri-
day night services. Highlighting' the choir activities
are trips to various Jewish congregations throughout
the state during the year.
The Insurance Society is composed of students who
are either majoring in Insurance or have an interest
in the subject. The society seeks to supplement the
academic study of insurance by inviting guest speak-
ers whose personal experience and work have been
outstanding in the field.
I. Z. F. A.
IZFA, through its three-lold program off activities,
education. Israel projects. and Jewish culture, hopes
to produce an alert and inlormecl leadership for the
American ylewish Connnunity and ainrs to enlist stu-
dents in the Zionist movement.
The ,Italian Club has been organized to help students
in the advancement of the Italian language, both
written and oral. Movies and other activities of the
club acquaint the members of the club with customs
and traditions of Italy.
MANSFIELD GRANGE NO. 64
Mansfield Grange 37564 is air Agricultural Fraternity
which extends its privileges to all student members
of the order.
The Panhellenic' Council, composed of representatives
from each sorority on campus, is primarily the govern-
ing body of women's Greek letter groups. It purpose
is to formulate and enforce all policies affecting the
mass action of sororities and to foster fraternity spirit.
This year a Panhellenic Scholarship for a year's
tuition was instituted which is available yearly to a
Alunior woman who fulfills the University require-
ments for scholarship awards.
President, Evelyn Pavlosky: Recording Secretary,
Lynn Schumacher: Corresponding Secretary, Iennifer
XVhite: Treasurer, Marjorie Lynch.
The Philosophy Club is composed of those students
who are interested in discussing philosophical sub-
jects. hearing student papers and listening to guest
The Physics Club has as its purpose the correlation
of the students' scientific and social perspectives. In
this endeavor the club has sponsored a program of
movies. lectures and field trips.
PI TAU SIGMA
The Connecticut Pi Psi chapter of Pi Tau Sigma
selects its members in recognition of their high aca-
demic achievement in mechanical engineering. The
chapter exerts a strong influence in stimulating in-
terest in departmental and extracurricular activities.
R. O. T. C. BAND
The R.O.T.C. Band is composed of freshmen and
sophomore students from the R.O.T.C. who are mem-
bers of the Football, Varsity or Concert Bands. This
group is active only during the regular R.O.T.C.
drill hour, playing for all reviews and parades.
The Round Table is a formal discussion group treat-
ing with topics within a wide range of social and in-
tellectual matters. It was formed to alleviate a lack of
interest on campus of important events.
A medium through which Russian language students
may acquaint themselves with the various phases of
Russian culture. Music, literature, movies and "Sam-
ovar Teas" are part of its attraction to popularity.
The meetings are enriched wth interesting tales by
the faculty advisor, Mr. Golub.
The members of the Sociology Club meet regularly
to discuss various sociological problems in everyday
life. Lecturers are brought to the meetings from time
to time to assist the students in keeping up with cur-
rent problems. Among other events, the club took
field trips to supplement their club activities.
The Student-Faculty Advisory Committee, composed
of appointed members, serves as an advisory commit-
tee to the President. Problems brought to committee
are discussed and recommenclations sent to the Presi-
dent. Chairman ol' the connnittee is Professor C. S.
Torrey and Roberta Mann is Secretary.
TAU BETA PI
Tau Beta Pi, the largest national honorary Engineer-
ing Society, was founded to mark students of distin-
guished scholarship and exemplary character, and to
loster a spirit of liberal culture in the Engineering
Colleges. ol' America.
TotiCHs'roNE, oihceless but tireless, has been trying
to bring a lnmior magazine to the campus for two
years. More and more people have been agreeing
that it has succeeded.
UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS
This is the only American student organization work-
ing lor world government. Recent activities include:
corresponding with European students, seeing con-
gressmen, promoting world government referendums,
and participating in surmner institutes designed to
Approximately seventy Protestant students comprise
this choral organization which functions under the
inspiring guidance of Dr. Robert YV. Yingling. The
group's activities include singing for Sunday services.
vespers, concerts at churches throughout the state, and
special Christmas Candlelight and Easter services.
U. OF C. CONCERT BAND
The Universit' Concert Band has had a ver' active
year-two campus concerts and a tour of Connecticut.
The tour included assembly programs lor high
schools and evening programs open to everyone.
U. OF C. CHESS CLUB
The U-Conn Chess Club is a permanent member ol
the Connecticut Chess League and plays in tourna-
ments with XVesleyan. Yale and many other Connecti-
cut teams. The club's over-all purpose is to give
U-Conn students the greatest enioyment possible lrom
the royal game.
f,l"l1lClCRSZ President, Bill Dworski: Secretary, Betty
Schatz, Treasurer, Ray Oxman: Tournament Direc-
tor, Don XVright.
U. OF C. FIRE DEPARTMENT
The University Fire Department consists ol ten reg-
ular paid men, fifteen student volunteers and a paid
chief. The department makes its headquarters in
the Security building, drills regularly with its two
engines, and is always ready to roll when called.
FISH AND GAME CLUB
A recent addition to campus activities, this club pre-
sents informal programs of movies, lectures, and dis-
cussions on hunting, fishing. and conservation.
OP'FICERSI President, Basil Dikovsky: Vice-Presi-
dent. Richard Hale: Secretary, Franklin Bradley:
Treasurer, Lawrence Gross.
The Varsity Band served many purposes during the
year. It played for many student activities as well as
many of the home basketball games. Its membership
is composed of all banclsmen except those in the
Typical ol the leadership that the Senior
Class ollerecl to the University was the pres-
entation. by this class. of' a series ol
One ol' the Illllst outstanding speakers
was Governor Chester Bowles. who is
shown here with President John Nachyly.
Vice-Presitlent John Tokarzcyk, Treasurer
Iitlwartl A. Horrigan. Secretary-Historian
Jennifer Wfhite and members of the Execu-
The Junior Class at the University has
acltlecl much to the social life on campus.
The Junior Wfeekentl is justly famous.
This year saw an exceptionally line and
interesting Junior Prom, play and picnic.
The people most responsible for the suc-
cess ol the Class of l95l in this Held were
the class officers. who are: President Ecl-
wartl G. Ryba, Vice-President George Frei-
batt. Treasurer August Tomasetti and
Secretary-Historian lXlargaret Plunkett.
Probably the outstanding work by the
Sophoinore Class was the presentation ol
its annual Minstral Show. This show is the
Climax of the Connnunity Chest Carnival.
This year's class ollicers have shown
Il1Cl11S6lYCS to be- worthy of the trust placed
in them. They are President Charles A.
Parakilas. Vice-President James Barry.
Treasurer Marffaret Cardwell. Secretary-
Historian Frances Ceenty.
The Class of l953 was off to a vigorous
start with the elections of class oflicers.
In the largest vote ever recorded for
ollices in this class, Al Rogers was elected
President, Don Blume Vice-President, Don
Chapman Treasurer, and Margaret Wat-
It is from the Class of 1953 that the
future leaders of UConn will Come.
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IN 1f.,xR1,Y Ufloxx imys the lrosh hazing consisted of
rope pulls. push hall contests, ancl an annual pig
roast wilh the sophs. 'Ilhe Pied Piper was originated
in the early '40s ancl since then we-'ve hacl pipers
,-Xncly Love in lflllli. Nathan 'White ISHP7. Burl King
lflllks. anrl Lhis past fall Frecl XVl1llCl'l0llSC. Tradition
has it that the presiclenl ol' the Sluclenl Senate is
always the Pied Piper.
The paracle slarlecl al Koons. anal while wailing
for it to assenihle lreslnnan Lee Bone shows her short
skirt underneath her cheer leading outlil. The fresh-
man girls must wear skirts above the knees and
many carry stuffed animals or dolls and play chil-
dren's games such as ring-around-Ihe-rosey in from
of Sprague. The freshmen boys wear pajamas and
Pied Piper Fred Hfhilehouse. Bob Sliener with
Johnznhan IV. the cheerleaders. and the -19ers lead
the procession around campus gathering the fresh-
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The prize house decoration was Alpha Xi Delta's football player
kicking the Rhocly player
Hoxiucomixcs XVEERIEND this year was combined with
our famous Rhody football clash, plus the beginning
of Sadie Hawkins week and the end of the Mayor
of Storrs campaign which was led by such contenders
as Dr. George N. Sunn and Marsha-Mello.
The mischief started several days before the game
with the stealing of the Rhody Ram which was "hid-
den" at Lambda Chi while Johnathan was at Theta
Chi. protected from the raiding Rhode Islanders
who came to recapture the ram and take the husky
in return. Connecticut successfully held both mas-
cots until the game and then had a diflicult time
persuading the Rhode Island men to claim the ram.
Alter the judges looked over a variety of house
decorations and saw Rliody "kicked", "wrecked",
"washed4out". "cut up" and cooked a la "pan Rhody
Ram". they decided they'd rather see the Rhody
player light up as he got kicked. and awarded the
prize to Alpha Xi Delta.
The Homecoming Queen contestants posed for a picture
Cars symbolize the Wreck of Rhody Dottie Spalding holds back the shaved and painted Rhody Ram while
Johnathan appears indifferent
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new students l0liO1'lll1llly lllecl Dr. 11nd Mrs. Albert
It is Il Stlllll-liOl'lI1l1l dance usually held the first
nionth olf school and is echoed by Hzlrtford and
lVlllCl'lJllTy Bruiiclies which also hold l'resident's
Receptions early in the year.
'lihe guests are also welcomed by the President
of the Student Senate and the President of the
lVOIHCll'S Student Governinent Council.
Couples leave Sprague Hall bound for the Hawley
Armory and the Presidenfs Reception
President and Mrs. Jorgensen. Dean and Mrs. Charles
Gentry, Adele Wadhams. and Fredrick Whitehouse re-
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witl1 her escort. Robert Larson. The Co-ed
Captains were Lois Lasewicz, Marjorie
Stouclt. 111111 Shirley XVatts.
The Co-ecl Colonel 111111 the Co-ecl Cap-
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tl1e stage witl1 their escorts. l'ractically
every branch oi' the service was representetl
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The theme of tl1e ball was the Army 211111
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nouncement of the new Mortar Boards. Miss Vandernieer. president
of the Laurel Branch of Motar Board announced the new members
who had been tapped during the evening as: Nancy Baxter. Rita Gersh-
man, Mary Jezyk. Roberta Mann, Joyce Moran. Marge Plunkett.
Patricia Rollins. and Jane Webe1'.
Patricia Roberts announced the new campus king as Jack Rollins.
who was presented with a gold crown: the smoothie, Don Thompson.
received a bow tieg Tony Costanzo, the gigolo. was given a mustache:
and the jester, Jesse Sklar, landecla kiss and a blue and white dunce cap.
The Co-ed Weekend also featured a Jazz concert and play.
The concert held in the Beanery with Danny Conn's band playing
Dixieland and Bop.
"John Loves Mary" was one of the outstanding dramatic productions
of the year. It starred Carol Salzberg and john Elliot, and was directed
by Cecil E. Hinkel.
C0. . UNITY
THE czcmxriixlrv c:H13s'r CARNIVAL is beginning
to beconie a tradition at UConn. The clubs.
fraternities and dornis on Canipus open booths
in the hope of raising nioney. A regular niid-
way is built and the athletic field takes on a
The Carnival is begun by a parade around
cainpus which feature various types of floats.
the best float is given a prize. This year found
Theta Xi winning with a float which looked
like a ship.
A visit along the inid-way at the Carnival
would find money wheels. a tent of freaks. a
pie throwing booth and inany other attractions.
Toward the end off the evening a fire engine
was auctioned to Tau Epsilon Phi. Then. just
before the Sophomore Minstral Show. it was
announced that Jeanne Hochberg had been
elected Carnival Queen.
The Outing Club won the award for the best
IIICIIYS booth. XVhile Kappa Alpha Theta won
the award for the best XX'0ll1Cll'S booth.
Tillllljtlil Chi Alpha won an award for earn-
ing the niost money.
The Carnival realized fi13l.555.00. Chairnian
Hank Phillips was responsible for its success.
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spring. Mrs. Mildred Soloinan Goodman of the MRS stables
awarded the trophy.
Une off Mrs. Broeketfs closest rivals was Pat Hubbell who
had won the trophy twice and would have retained permanent
possession of the trophy if she had won it again this year.
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THE IXIAIN r12A'rUR1H3 of the Junior Weekeiicl is
the Junior Prom. It easily classifies as one of
the big dances of the year.
This year the Boyd Raeburns Orchestra
played lor the Junior Prom in the gaily dec-
orated Hawley Armory. The A.P.O. deserve a
great deal of credit for the Armory decorations.
There are several high points in the Junior
Prom. the first is being introduced to the receiv-
ing line. This year's line included Ed Ryba.
President of the junior class: Miss Phyllis
Townsendg Miss Mildred French. Dean of
TVomen: Miss Joyce Moran. President of the
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Northby. Director ol Student Personnelg and
Shown here. with Ed Ryba. are the Queen
Candidates, who are: Ellie Sadowsiki, Jan Schrie-
fer. Patsy Rollins. Mary Mazurek and Queen,
Another highlight of the evening was the
announcement of the names of the Druids.
Shown here are the Druids and Dr. Northby.
The Druids are: Bart Schmidt. Dan Molchan,
Bob Garvey. Phil Isaacs, John Nachyly and
THE JUNIOR XVEEKEND also includes the class
picnic and play.
This year the picnic was held at Sweetheart
Lake. The picnic was dominated by cold swims
and cold drinks. The combination spelt relaxa-
tion and fun.
The photographer has caught the spirit of
the group in these informal "shots.,'
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and Johnnie" to end this wonderful weekend.
The play was a take-off ou the famous poem,
"Frankie and Johnnie". It was a 1nelodra1ua
which took place in an old Western Bar.
These photographs show the play in its vari-
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Climax. At the first the crowd was interested in sun and water.
But as the day wore on they beezune more interested in getting
to the bottom of things. It is good to the last drop.
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THE FIRST ANNUAL CoRoNA'1'ioN BALL was held
Friday, June 9, at the Williiliaiitie Armory and
featured Ray MeKinley's Orchestra and the
Johnny Guarnieri Quintet for continuous danc-
ing from 9 pan. to 2 a.1n.
Over 700 couples attended what was termed
the inost successful dance ever to be held at
the University. The theme ol' the danee was
"livery Girl a Queen." During the evening
every girl was crowned "Queen ol? Her liseorts
Heart." in a briel' eereniony held on a raised
dias with a crown Suspended over it.
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of l950. Nathan Zeidenberg. senior soeial
ehairnian, originated the Coronation Ball.
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ALUIXINI nm' was celebrated by the old and new
alumns. dressed in various costumes varying
from barrels L0 orange and while shirts. One
class even had a mascot. a goat.
They enjoyed a prograin which included: a
baseball game: a dinner in North Campus din-
ing hall, and an Alumni Dance in the Hawley
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The Great Day has finally arrived for the Seniors . . . Gradu-
The day starts with Connnencenient Exercises-the faculty
marches into the Cage, followed by the Seniors, their families
and friends. Finally everyone is seated. President Jorgensen
introduces Alben Barkley. Vice-President of the United
States, who is the main speaker. Needless to say we all lis-
tened With great interest.
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through the afternoon. into the evening. Wle Jun-
iors look on. a catch in our throats. It will be our
turn next. YVe think ol ourselves in their places,
some of us walking up proudly to receive special
honors-the Test of us listening as our names are
read and we are given that small white sheet of
paper that says we have somehow managed to finish
the third big step in our education.
Finally it's all over. YVe take one last look around
at campus, dorms and study halls. frantically say
goodbye to old friends. find our parents and with
some relief and many misgivings take our leave of
dear old CONNECTICUT.
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