University of Maine at Portland - Umpire Yearbook (Portland, ME)

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J Vr 'F' Z! , -J Q THE UMF3II:HE 960 -'.,.-"H 'su .ff "x ts .5 A N FQ- If Q Z xw',f3 4:., ,.. 3 A QU F1 2 IWC-l'Lji"jf-3-IQEQISW - 3 Im. .5 -MAHNQ2 - Q0 .. ,... .... TS OF PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDEN THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE IN PORTLAND. VOL. I PORTLAND, MAINE NO. 3 THE UMPIRE STAFF Lett to Rig ht: JOEL EASTMAN QArt Editor, JOHN MCGONAGLE fBusiness Manager, GENE RICE QEditor, JOHN JENKS fAsst. Editor, BILL COLBATH fPhoto Editor, TOM MADSEN PHIL PIERCE lAsst. Photo Editor, fSports Editor, I would like to take this space to express my thanks to Mr. E. B. Fred Clark and Mr. John Keenan, our yearbook advisors, for their constructive guidance and to Mrs. Dorothy Fisher for her freely given time and help in making this yearbook. I would like to especially give credit and thanks here to John B. Jenks, Assistant Editor, whose sense of humor, interest, and ettort were essential to the T960 UMPIRE. Many thanks, also to my other staff workers. Here is your yearbook. I sincerely hope it meets with your approval. GENE RICE, Editor. 2 DEDICATION Assistant Professor Justin O. Johnson We, the class of 1960, hereby dedicate this third edition of the Umpire to Assistant Professor Justin O. Johnson who for the past fourteen years has given devoted service to .Portland Junior College and The University of Maine in Portland. Professor Johnson was born in Sullivan, Maine and received his Bachelor of Science degree at Colby College. He also did graduate work with The University of Chicago. Professor Johnson has taught at Good Will High School, Colby College, Yarmouth High School, Waterville Sr. and Jr. High School, Prin- cipal of Blue Hill Academy, Portland Junior College, and The University of Maine in Portland. His explanations of mathematics have been a great inspiration to his students. We wish to express our appreciation for Professor Johnson's service to this campus and we deeply regret his leaving. 3 THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE El Q If .0 If-I IH' 4. lvl IQ! IQI 2 I IQ 5, 4. P' ix ,1 'F I Ill it 55. Z: 1,- ,,? I. 21 L. SI t" .I I Y. is DR. LLOYD H. ELLIOTT A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT May I take this opportunity to convey to students of the University of Maine in Portland congratulations on your achievements, thanks for your patience and praise for your ambitions. New construction on the campus has given form to new hopes, but it has meant interruption and inconvenience to you. As we look ahead to an ever- greater University you may take rightful pride in your role in the affairs of your alma mater during this historic period. I hope the opportunity to get better acquainted personally with each of you in the years ahead will be provided. LLOYD H. ELLIOTT, President, University of Maine 4 XP-kxxx . if XQJU I Z if I I I I e-I., I Q X J Z.. ADMINISTRATION cmd FAC U LTY gif WILLIAM L. IRVINE Dean of University of Maine in Portland A.B., University of Maine M. Ed., University of Maine Ph. D., Cornell University JOHN F. JAQUES Assistant Dean of The University of Maine in Portland A.B., Bowdoin College A.M., Columbia University Acting Head of The English Department Assistant Professor in Speech Dean of Men ALFRED E. CLARKE Director of Admissions A.B., Dartmouth College , ' " wx' i JUSTIN O. JOHNSON Dean of the Faculty B.S., Colby College Acting Head of The Mathematics Department COL. HAROLD M. LAWRENCE fMe. N. GJ Registrar and Bursar Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds B.S., Boston University Instructor in Accounting LAWRENCE M. BURKE, JR. A.B., Bowdoin College M.A., University of Washington Instructor in Freshman Composition ADM. JOSEPH P. CANTY, U.S.N. CRETIREDJ B.S., United States Naval Academy Instructor in Mathematics E. B. FRED CLARK B.A.E., University of Florida M.A., University of Florida Acting Head of The Foreign Language Department Assistant Professor in French and Spanish 9 PHILIP A. COLE B.S., Boston University M.A., Boston University Instructor in European History ARTHUR L. FREUNDLICH A.B., Northeastern University A.M., Boston University Instructor in Psychology ROBERT F. GOFF A.B., Bowdoin College M.A., Bates College Assistant Professor in Philology, German, Freshman Composition, and English Literature 'I0 DON B. HILTON A.B., Boston University M.S., Northeastern University Acting Head of The Chemistry Department Instructor in Chemistry DAVID B. HOPKINSON B.S., University of Maine M.S., University of Vermont Assistant Prof. in Engineering Graphics GEORGE S. JACKSON A.B., Bowdoin College M.A., Harvard University Instructor in English M.Ed., University of Maine Acting Head of The Biology Department Assistant Professor in Botany ancl Zoology JOHN H. KEENAN A.B., Dartmouth College M.C.S., Amos Tuck School A.M., Columbia University Acting Head of Department of Business, Economics and Sociology Assistant Professor in Economics ABRAHAM K. KERN A.B., Bowdoin College "1-Q i,f4F . -F .U H ll fl ,.Pg.jJ1i,g,vf r L it In gl dl !'lg,:lJ,f.L.FLvL', .Irs 3' , MURIEL B. LEIGHTON Simmons College Librarian 12 CAPT JAMES A. LEWIS, U.S.N.R. CRETIREDJ B.S., Bowdoin College Instructor in Mathematics and Astronomy I l -ls ,-,rg CECIL A. ROLLINS A.B., Colby College A.M., Harvard University English Department Colby Instructor in English 'I3 I CLYDE E NASON A.B., Bowdoin College M.E.D Boston University Acting Head of The Physics Department Instructor ln Physics 1 Instructor in American Government and United States History f777?' JAMES B. SULLIVAN B.S., University of Maine M.Ed., University of Delaware Acting Head of The Physical Education and Athletics Departments ' Instructor in Physical Education and' Athletics CLINTON F. THU RLOW B.S., Colby College M.A., Bates College WILLIAM L. WHITING B.A., University of Maine M.Ed., Bates College M.A., Northwestern University Assistant Professor in Speech Acting Assistant Dean 12nd, semesteri 5.-tgp., ' ll -- rl ... . , 1 I, he I , - ,JJ -1-. IA. I-fe , ,I , 1 6, 4,-.,7,,c -. I - ...' -f lfglqfg- I1.'C.,l,.". LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE if EDWARD P. HACKER WALTER H. LITTLEFIELD PHILLIP I. MILLIKEN RAYMOND OAKES LEWIS H. KRIGER lui"- ARTHUR H. BENOIT Chairman MEMBERS H. EVERETT P. INGALLS 'I5 , - I DUNCAN OLIPHANT FRANK P. PRETI WAYNE E. ROBERTS FRED T. JORDAN PAUL E. MERRILL '- ' ' 11T.'a7vxr:j?g,5gi.?1: N :FL M-,T IT., . 14- 'Eilfdl xr? "9 W Y' -fl Ca ri rg 154 I i T,f?ir!4m f- l I .9 ilk in-V4.4 DOROTHY A. FISHER NANCY J. LEACY Simmons College B.S., University of Miami Secretary to the Assistant Secretary to the Dean Dean and Faculty BARBARA A. O'BRlEN A.B., University of CHARLOTTE McCORMICK Secretary to the Bursar MRS. PETER S. WILSON Massachusetts Charge of Bookstore B'A" Mount Holyok' General Secretary Assistant librarian 16 ff X fix R. flu, Q K, -- : YL , ni,1mi , MARION L. WHALEN Cafeteria HERBERT CAMERON Buildings and Grounds 1 49-75' -F iw 1,5 , , , V--,-,z '.,,4...a4.1.a..':11q.L-as-iitphf-s RAYMOND SPENCER RICHARD GOFF Representative Representative ROGER BOUCHER PAUL CHRETIEN Corresponding Secretary Representative DAVID MORIN STEPHEN SAWYER Member Representative RICHARD GOAN NATHANIEL CROWLEY Member Member Front Row: JAMES FINN CHRISTOPHER SMITH ROBERT RICHARDS CHARLES CROCKETT Recording Secretary President Treasurer Vice-President THE STUDENT COUNCIL K- K 5 IS A fig- ? TP' VJ SOPHGMCDRES 5 14 f H xy X CLASS OF 1962 Barrie T. Baker Roger R. Boucher Keith C. Bowen Robert L. Bowler Leigh R. Boyer James C. Breton Francis L. Cameron William K. Colbath Richard S. Coombs Robert E. Coombs Peter E. Crooker Robert D. Curley William J. Curran Gordon S. Curry Thomas J. Daw Francis J. Delano George R. Desrochers Thomas W. Doughty Joel W. Eastman Walter R. Edwards, Jr Kenneth L. Esty William F. Farrington David S. Finklestein Daniel J. Foley George B. Frederick John R. Gagnon Richard J. Goan Richard J. GoFF, Jr. Lorne R. Goodell Robert H. Grant Bryce W. Grindle John L. Hachey, Jr. Gerald F. Harmon Charles E. Harris Wilbur F. Higgins Lee M. Kittredge Thomas K. Langella Robert H. Latham Gray E. Leighton Charles R. Mason Peter McCann, Jr. Francis E. McDermott Arthur A. Meyer William C. Murray Philip W. O'Gara John D. Orr James A. Osgood Joseph R. Petty James K. Phillips, Jr. Charles A. Price Walter H. Rand, Jr. Robert R. Richards James W. Rideout Robert Robles Stephen R. Sawyer Dale E. Sinclair Silas W. Skillin Howard H. Small Thompson L. Smalley Christopher C. Smith Michael N. Smith Philip J. Stebbins Stewart A. Marshall Douglas P. Stone Herbert J. Thibodeau John E. Thurston Edward S. Trebilcock Ernest S. True Roger D. Weed Ralph B. Wentworth Carroll L. Wilson Robert L. Winn Richard P. Woodside Daniel J. Yargeau Lloyd E. York SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS left to Right: ROGER BOUCHER STEPHEN SAWYER Secretary Representative RICHARD GOAN CHRISTOPHER SMITH ROBERT RICHARDS RICHARD GOFF Vice-President President Treasurer Representative 21 Lee" "Promise is the ROGER R. BOUCHER Lewiston "Rog" Business Adminisiraiion "By the work one knows the workmen." LEIGH R. BOYER Richmond, Maine Education most given when the least is said." ' L Si? iff ' ' F JAMES CONRAD BRETON l 'L' Kiffefy -1,1 W' "Jim" Liberal Arts "Still waters run deep." 22 ., . ings' "5 if f i 11 455221-'f' 1.321 T155 i'2?1'5i 3 Vi 1,- 5+ X 1 1 .Ni SQ? ir, .- , ., . 1 1' if' im 'uffli ' wily '1 iiwilq 'rf P' LZ-ini! .gif Tw r 3: A 'avi " ANU' 'ti ' 'tgry if '1-. , 5 5 YJ P' f r M, gli . gi f i A . FRANCIS LOUIS CAMERON , s Y Portland I "Frank" Business Administration "They may call you 'little sunshine."' fit i t -be 1 ' A R ' WILLIAM KENT COLBATH I. V Portland - I. t "Shorty" RICHARD S. COOMBS South Portland "Dick" Business Administration "Smile and may the world smile with you." sw Education "Dignity is a Virtue -A smile is a blessing." Y it PETER EDWARD CROOKER Bath, Maine "Crook" Education "Quality is now a rare thing." I Wm :.,,,. E. - , il - we fgh .. fl' jc--"N Ii. hi ,I ,JF fe fag- WX. w . -',. H xy ' 4 ,, "f " ' ROBERT DERRY CURLEY 'll South Portland . ' "Bob" Education '71 "Bob is a 'Pillar of Integrity' in these parts." - xii?-'ill fufflj Ly . ., .Lil l ftp. '- '.'Q '!gC 'g ' 4 xl. ffl is mi .A 'A' I.: A 4 A l is . Y , N 1' ' . ' is -A-' I1 lp it " , .f f 1.53 I H .ee all QU.-1 is ' Tw Fi 5-:r..' fr, lf- E lt .- U .Lei .--L - - K. 4' 3 -', "N , ff' Q ' I .0 . ' NF-fgfg 'L -fr f'315LJ.f!lr L l n .:5pf2'E'l 'xt A L 1 l lit f In 5 fx 1 l f Y f W 4 ' qi 'vt Ji 2 . L , ,A mr T M 3:14 I r .it It 15112, Jr- .Y f V r " x lx ' -lf . 1. I 'N '1 fw' - ,. f 1:-fg : ' P ' hx, If X 4 f if M5 b 3.4 L llgvxlj 1.4 0 ' 47 .- 4 4' ' " " '34 -'A !'9l'?57 lst.. ' 1 'lf I N I " full.-till' rv' L fri., f. ,thy ww. any-3 1 .:".1,,W.v, -I -., -ll " .. lf 11 MLW?" "Ill al sw' - ' 'i..- I-M..."lrn-.-,. 'Mb WILLIAM J. CU RRAN Portland "Bill" Liberal Arts "Determination will send Bill to the heights of success." 24 GORDON S. CURRY South Portland "Smoke" Business Administration "Quality, not quantity, is Gordon's passport to greatness." I .WV -15-,.1,,,i ,i,.j .',gv, ' . -,ruz-,PH vu Q..-m , , g 1, nwt M- L' la. 912-1 . 5 , 1, s 'I In M GEORGE R. DESROCHERS Gorham, New Hampshire "George" Business Administration "George was sometimes quiet, but was a friend to aZl." 25 l, W , ar,-, H ',, - ,f,. ii, ., .l,..1,, K., ' 'u-ze .. ,fifw Yf ikrti if 1,3 .N . .J ' - ASF' in .L .1 A 5555 'W ,,,, 16. Q' i F., pw 'if' 1 ji' s 5 ' i , X 1- 1 A r it it 'ii " 1 , ei. 1 1 .firm L 2 1 ' 1051. ' ' i J J i 'zfibf ' f QP' i f f f .i-L, .e' ,sri fi 1 Q9 11 sn ,r 9131 I' 4. Q "-3' sf." - x 1 J 1 . 5.52 13 51.- f1:3'2,f,1jiQ.i'5.i , r qs, "J'.'g1 . ,J F1 fi., 12", ff? :V .-'iakfszt s-J" W-.'5"f"1.f4f" 11131151-37'-ZiH1' '1""' 9?i245r4L'fYr2 -f f' ss?-5 1' f- ffqvul'--im: fi -- f 1 Ii' Hua " A ' 'ri 1 - fig. 1,3.'1.m 1 e- is M fu " A if K ifgfv- w 1,19 14. f ' , X' 'ig the! J mi vfim F ' 4,1 rv' ir' Y 1' I 1 si' .1545 1' hr 1 -.4-1' :fi 1, '41 11. 1. ' THOMAS JOSEPH DAW Winthrop, Massachusetts "Tom" Business Administration "Whatever Torn wants in life we know that he will get it." f as-i.'eir i 45 5,94 -NYT' 'J 11 1"'5fl,Tff'i!f" T T, rl' 5, 1 1 ff ,auf ' is, .lm 63 11 ' AW 1 I ,. it -TT, ,I 1 1 f if ig' ' ' . I-' J 1' 5 1, f siiii t Mr-P wg' I :. lkftzll, ' ' -. ' 'QT'-lf' -'rf "ff "V it 43' H""'ll-.-Wea-f.f"'t1 ' - ef!a'i.' . ia ,lm R514 . , , - s,,, .f. 1 fi-ii 'Wa' ', V nv :til W Q59 ' 1.1 QM' Lf .iii e 4. ' .t-.-,, f ,. sf. fir-. llTomlI THOMAS WESLEY DOUGHTY South Portland Business Administration "Capable of leading men and getting things done." JOEL WEBB EASTMAN Buxton, Maine Big Joel" Liberal Arts 'Where are those writeups I got a deadline to meet "s.T." , I' ' f If fag ii.t , U -if K ' ' - V 2525 ' M 9' if x - Pie i fbi? . - ' 7 -lla . 'Viv Pn A ll 'Z ' 411 I' " ' 552 n 3, lm A . l iP15liP32?2 5 'li W-fi-f-fuqf 1.9 f w,,,w.m..1 .1 -I 5 - Q . 1 1 . - f ' 1 . z'L,1--' 1 7? ffl l V fir? .wif .4 "Wigs ," ' .A -fill, 't i .' J . ." ' Q, "fr 'lisa .J A . KENNETH LINWOOD ESTY Westbrook Business Administration "Laughter is a balm to many an ailment." 26 "Bill" Education WILLIAM FRANCIS FARRINGTON Old Orchard "The Beach can't he the same without Bill." JOHN RICHARD GAGNON Biddeford, Maine "jack is a deep thinker and will go far. "Jack" Education Y I RICHARD J. ooAN E I Westbrook 1' Dick" Education 11 E "Dick has one of the greatest personalities on campus." ff if ur RICHARD JAMES GOFF, JR. Fryeburg -7 E ..d I' 1. fi' "Dick" Business Administration "Easy to like - known by all." ff : - - il 1 .A . ' 4 '. -wa F1 A fwifi ff i t :HJ 'UA ju-It f ri 'EL ,if iw A , fn? 432 Sgt' f 19:25 ge? 1524 ' ' We? LORNE RICHARD GOODELL , '+ A-an A1 X . I: A - ' my Portland ,Q 7,1 4 592 "Lorne" Education V- "' 'f " ' H u 1 . . 1 - u 4' iw. A A If Lornes rnznd zs made up dont try to change zt. . we . 'f 1 ' Tv .- 115221 1-Z:fTiv1"'2:-3 ' .JT 31" fmfff. XX: - X A Sf-' ' its - --Af ': ,, I I. ' ng'-' ,,,5, .. .',i, ,. 1 'C .. ,-- :gc ,A-'NM J.-'-5 . nw ' jf.. VI YH'- ":fZ A 'f if-:f'4,. in-H1 -it ROBERT HENRY GRANT South Portland llBoblI Chris Smith." A 28 '-5.152-,:-' -:,'. 2- If .L-.Q4521 ,Hg f.,.- .5-f-Q' .. 51511 i ,".',: 3 ggwln ..' ..'4:..m:J . -. .-35123 ' L 1.-WL: ,.:-51. ',, v .uS'Q,' -- . 11:11, JI- 'f'f" 1 1-until '-',,,t -.-'n 'f'v,'v ww- ,' .'-:R .1 "'vf',".'--."v. H'--LH V t'. ",-1 rr ""' 'L ' FY 3 I wh wlf' N 'UFAMQ f.7?'i5,jZXf.' QL. Ea 1 f 'lS,,-1 w. 1 .ff-9 -. ' .- , - -A . :L .NI . ' pf-':. Mathematics "A great guy - usually seen on the campus with his buddy "Bryce" Education ,Qi as BRYCE W. GRINDLE ' West roo F bk I i all "Smilers never lose." GERALD FRANCIS HARMON Cope Elizabeth "Jere" Business Administration 'flere has an open mind and a big heart." :--fu. - . f,,,,,' Qi.. 3 Hi" 'H' 'f v 'I' J 4 il ,-5- -1 " ,,' is WILBUR FRANK HIGGINS, JR. 'Z Bath, Maine "Bill is known for his warm smile and his pleasing personality." Mi 1 29 Billy" English 5 'Grqy" Education ' f R :Vs 12 3 THOMAS K. LANGELLA South Portland "Lan" Business Administration "Business will be good, but who'll mind the store." GRAY EDWIN LEIGHTON North Yarmouth N v i p "Simplicity is the background of good taste." JOHN JOSEPH MORRIS Portland "Jack" Business Administration "VVhat's the use of worrying? It never was 'wortlzwhilef l 08 J I ' WILLIAM MURRAY Portland 'Bill" Liberal Arts it 55 "A smile is the umbrella for him that knows no storm." .,g,i - - AL, 1.. ,V - fhi . :':f, . ,fr Q fi! ' Vg.,-ng E, -I ,ig -Q A f ., -L , , ,ggi H V ' . N it if - ll!- .,., V: Milli-. 1, ,,,.Ig,p,,r , ,ir F---,W F, l ..,, ., ' A '- M I will 'Shel will Zvi? 5 A' '4 v , 37015 ERE? 1 ' wffr' Westbrook "Phil" Education "I felt bad because I had no shoes, until I met a man who ARTHU R MEYER Delavan, Wisconsin IIAHII PHILIP W. O'GARA Zi' had no feet." fl' , I ,i 5 Q l 4 -S 1 f W x . , . R, ' lim' pil! ii JI ll , 1 l i I :JK e. J , , i N L 1 . ,,,- if Q r" 2, r , . - X, wk e x-mf R . ... 2 Ii Q- . .i s 1 " " SIX , H "ll , .f , ,,. AM, 13 .sth 5 4 '1 fwfr-1 gg, . u 1, sg 3,1 4 . ii 4.. -2v..,,'-,L- A ,rn ., -, . ,- . I.. ---:- i G .zli ,, I an .sw ,milf -we - L 1 Liberal Arts "The age of reason was reasonable. Our age of desire is not desirable." i "Ossie" Business Administration JOHN D. ORR Portland "Jack" Education "The surest way to succeed is to be determined not to fail." JAMES ASA OSGOOD Fryebu rg 'Will is character in action." " N1 lI'i"7,i-- E 5 .. ' ,Tn ,VI 7, . :1"' JOSEPH R. PETTY Westbrook "Joe" Education "To raise a family and acquire an education at the same time takes courage and ambition - good luck." 32 WALTER H. RAND, JR. Auburn, Maine "Walt" Mathematics "Walt is another married student who deserves credit for his determination, Good luck!" Portland JAMES WOODBURY RIDEOUT . 'W ' -..,-fl 1 , ll M L Aw. .W3 F. :W -lr 4. "Jim" Liberal Arts 1- 3' "We all know lim will reach his goal in life." . W. 1 H Q I 1 V ' MA STEPHEN R. SAWYER ,W Cumberland Center r' I Y 'W A 4 ' ' V' l"J..., "Sieve" Education if l, 'W Q 'fhj . . . ' T- ' Q7,'fl "Knowledge is the eye of desire and becomes the pilot of Al sm lk, th 1" 9 "iw, A. Llill e sou . ,V :Il V V fa, xr X 23555 ,2"31 ,H1e,.,. , ik 25,-f-,Ll . me , , 'gif'-':,,. ,- M flllhl. A wiv:-f".' A. ' J :.-cas-zyr: V. new Al lik' 1 r:"1'- - Wm. lgllll-5551 H .. -1- z' '-wwrstelg 41:5 -x 'fflig--1i"'- gs .I l , , 33 6- -l'l..,, ,uf .Eur 'mfg .5 -JI j Migyw. -nl T llsill "Let the past be the past, I'll live for the future." qi' 1 DALE EDWARD SINCLAIR Scarboro, Maine "Sinny" Mathematics "Manners make the man." M- , s I 4 I I ar' W 1 W 1 I I .f, U 'J fin.,-I .I- I. X n I 1 if fx I SILAS WARREN SKILLIN Alna, Maine f in Education Lil ft CHRISTOPHER C. SMITH if: Portland ,EE- "Chri5" Liberal Aris "They that govern most make the least show of it." MICHAEL N. SMITH Brunswick "Mike" Education "A gentleman, a scholar, a great guyf' in , ,L - - su. 1ii'hy:,l:tgQ,, I -1.,,,. I ,. UVM, in-v,t u-- ..... . , .. I,-A ,L ll ft 'fi .jf A ii. ,. 'ik ki 559 Thi 4 1 LJ . hi Cornish, Moine llstull bi? DOUGLAS P. STONE Portiond "Doug" Business Administration "H e shall never losef' 35 x-6 W. .L I ae. ,c5.:,:,g:'g. 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'.:i-,-1Lf:.:1:fu,, L frffaff ,fp L1-L J'?1:'45:-Q5g s,?gfg,y:4a5 , X It ibiza f'.u4wf ,, -.N QFPYG' it " '. -in M 3 51in"',1L 4i!sgithZa..e:,,sJff?if-:Simi-'asiirvsi A. MARSHALL STEWART Education "Enough work to do and strength to do it." ' '-1c.'1'5fA fixff ny, ,, ,Ftp :li -.rf "iv 3.-Q Lg if .1'w.7'.,1sf..f-I5-'I JH :.r.'i:31. ,vt tit 5:55 T' V E ,l. . lk . -- If-"'1l1ll-fQ'lCl 1 'l"'9:fZ.-:WZ ' ,. .,., -ff'-1-Igf!--Qg.yLr.M U Y ,gf-Q - X -1' W1 ,... ,JJ 13-:qv , , 115, 'laik .fill '4 1. hw' 'l':'l1, fi? s f' : ., . . ,afri- i? ' "J F1352 :. r I L' J 1 T W. V k 5 M M " 3 T AN' f- , Y w- 'ir lil, ' ' uk, T " f ' l S I ri' Hi in v ,Jig . 'Q If ll ,ff 1533- , H ."-ZJXCS' . H riffs?-' fel- ' 2 lijfilifsif if "if 1 D?-l. .L l, ,,- f 13 J 1 rf N Jj H.: , 'Ta L c""I,' 'S filg.. ' J ' 'lfif fpj. 'iff 'fs' X, , 4 . .U , f if frf1!I:, deign! ' 1 ,I I v- ,ff 'Y girl nl'- al . " T L 41. H ' -'H' f"" Fa i " 1 A . .-,, - 5- L lr-gl 5 13' "M 'f ',14H1- ROBERT W. WARREN ERNEST D. TRUE Falmouth, Maine "Ernie" Liberal Arts "He who has a true friend is rich." M. . '. , . 2- '.Lv,a:': "" :e, i':'v-" "alll, ,4L.,fj-.lip lgllgg -i'qg.-.,flql.- All, ,lf --till. N ,w,,g,, -H,..,,,,, ,,, , .f.-.- , , .ui if '7' , . Kennebunk "Bob" Education fllt H is tranquil people who accomplish much. 4' fl'-1:1 I. ' --Li!'i?"'ff.fz"1 '?4a17Tf."4 H xlib' " 4 ,lf-:1i.w'xl'l'ii'-iill5133-' f , , S Z f ...F vi ll , ,alllozj .Ir . f 11:5 A 'QQ ' .. V- A. . A lv ll' 'f--fl wif . ROGER WEED Portland "Rag" Speech "Silence is great but speech is action." 36 "Willy" Liberal Arts 1' "Dan" Business Administration 74" 'f71"" lr-4. I'3',T.-l- 1 Ili ffli R LSA A3 ' 2 L I L S ill l ,. . Y , , 1, , B'---'..?5.i +'-L, gf- fill ' .fly '.'1-JH: Fifi-1 ' el. ' . 'vi 1 CARROLL LLOYD WILSON Portland "His strength of character will carry him far." ' LLOYD E. YORK Portland "York" Business Administration "To be a man you must first be a nonconformistf' DANIEL J. YARGEAU Lisbon, Maine "Time goes by - the ideas of man linger." u -'-. x 0 - F 5 1 ,, Y ,I ,tv , E-VV, , ,. .A . ' 'Q-Isl.-1 Q .. .Q 1 - " . . Q! W l 1 , I - b ,, .. " I in ,VI -TA. ' . -. 1 Q . '.. KN'--' - 31 9 ' ' I' ' 1 1' Vi ,J XXX my Q A 25" Q05 XL wf 5' ,-. lffl " .ff s. .ZX fn f G N X X'xX MXL X " :gi ' " 3 X w E W.. Q' 'gil f Q' K x6 FRESHMEN fliifi 5 :LZ bfigt ' 55" ' ' Philip E. Adams Frederick J. Ahearn Arthur J. Banister, Jr. James H. Barnhart Roger A. Beauchesne Jules Beaudoin John N. Beckwith Dale J. Blackie Ronald C. Blanchette Richard P. Boutet Paul S. Bouchard Lionel E. Bourque Thomas A. Brogan Theodore O. Brown Vincent M. Bruni Richard J. Carpenter Ralph A. Carter Nathan Cheney Paul G. Chretien Jeffrey L. Christensen Lawrence L. Clewley Alan F. Colley Earle H. Cooper Richard M. Cote Jon R. Crawford Timothy C. Crean Charles H. Crockett Nathaniel J. Crowley, Jr. Robert B. Cummings James M. Daly, Jr. Donald F. Demarino Philip A. Donne John R. Donahue John F. Donoghue David H. Dow William P. Durfee Robert B. Durst Lewis M. Dyer, Jr. Kenneth W. Eaton Wayne N. Edes Carl C. Fancy, Jr. David B. Ferland James G. Finn Robert A. Fitz Murray J. Fogarty Joseph A. Fullerton Warren R. Gamash Raymond L. Gauvin Stephen D. Gordon Benjamin L. Greenlaw David L. Grover Donald W. Hamilton Earle E. Hannigan Donald E. Hardy, Jr. CLASS OF i963 Thomas R. Russo Douglas E. Saunders Wilford J. Saunders Quentan T. Sawyer Harvey P. Shaw Robert B. Silke Robert W. Smart Murray Smith Errol R. Snipe Raymond E. Spencer George F. Splane Merrill A. Taylor Maurice A. Theriault Terry N. Tibbetts Maynard R. Tomer Erlon L. Townsend David W. Turner William C. Walker John M. Walsh Richard D. Wandke Robert W. Warren William E. Weatherbie Philip W. Weeman William H. Whitmore, Jr. Dale R. Whitney Gary L. Worthley Wilbur G. Wright, Jr. 40 David J. Hassan Alban K. Hersey Stanley J. Hill Richard H. Horton David N. Howe Kenneth E. Hutt Glenn A. Hutchins Frank S. lngerowski Henry 5. Irving John B. Jenks Philip J. Jones Lewis G. Jordan Clifford R. Keene William W. Keniston David G. King Joseph E. LaRou Edward L. Larrabee, Jr Arthur E. Lekousi Robert W. LeMoine Christy Liponis Malcolm L. Lyons Thomas A. Madsen Ernest L. Manderson J. Wayne Marquis Irvine W. Marsters, Jr. Thomas A. Martin Roger J. McCarthy John F. McGonagle Richard G. Mclntosh John F. McMennamin Howard H. Meservey Hubert W. Minnick William T. Monterio David R. Morin John J. Morris Russell F. Mosier John P. Myatt Robert S. Neal, Jr. Francis P. Nixon Stephen A. Noack William J. Parks Lewis N. Pearson Philip S. Pierce Thomas R. Powers Bruce C. Pratt Earl B. Pride Richard W. Provost Henry L. Quinn Philip C. Rackley Roy E. Raymond Rodney A. Record Eugene W. Rice Karl A. Richter Scott M. Robinson .I 'Ni I ESFNVL J, 0. :L , -L . ' L , . I Q, ' A 7 Ai! f S5445 L A. 2 ul 13,15 ' H L I ug - Q3 E FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS I. ff 1 Right 5 t d I. fa o Rlgh! Sf dl 9 JAMES FINN ............ ....... S ecrefary CHARLES CROCKETT .......... ............ P resident "NAT" CROWLEY .......... ........ V ice President DAVID MORIN ............................................ ....... T reasurer REPRESENTATIVES RAYMOND SPENCER PAUL CHRETIEN 41 - I 73' p K' I V. f-, A D I ,b-J il. ' BP'-nxrfql R L , -- In L' if hw. if gn -If ,I 'sk 7 Lf 'Si ,W 'P J Q., RK.: in ' L Q' --ka -""- FREDERICK J. AHEARN ARTHUR J. BANISTER, JR. ROGER A. BEAUCHESNE JULES BEAUDOIN JOHN N. BECKWITH D 'Q-ow , I "':7:1" kj i - .A 4 f DALE J. BLACKIE RICHARD P. BOUTET VINCENT M. BRUNI ., . .1 A 4' Aff? Al nm' 2 th '91 sg? Yu 12:99 3 if RALPH A, CARTER NATHAN CHENEY ALAN F. COLLEY EARLE H. COOPER 0- .1 N X 1 , X f f' ,AQ ' yi: ti I . , ' ,I T I' . x. Q, .cm .,r 17' PAUL G CHRETIEN TIMOTHY C. CREAN ?l F0 Pf '-2:7 I .H I , R H YQ 1 'Z' 'CCI LAWRENCE L CLEWLEY CHARLES H. CROCKETT , fa an 1 fi? Il Ig, I "'f"9 I F11 I 'va 'vu 'FA x ' J. . B A '32 A I "' I Q 251 PHILIP A. DONNE EWIS M. DYER, JR. NL-A Ld., My I X ' L- I x -.-A L i1- ' , I, rv Y. JA , x .,, ww A -- 1 ,-'ff ' . ,2 iff, sf .'d1g1fmg:g- "'+I9'n . if I iz' QI' Yf, JL. A?.fL'. 1 r 1 l I 'E , g,,ji:,y ...N-,...A1..'Lk.L:I'L. , L b .1, DAVID B FERLAND JAMES G FINN ROBERT A. FITZ WARREN R GAMASH RAYMOND L GAUVIN STEPHEN D, GORDON ' 'R H '18 sk, , If . w. Q,-al Da ,A .U 1 1' JOHN F. DONOGHUE KENNETH W. EATON F f, 185 Q, ., ,fix A fx If: -- Eff JOSEPH A. FULLERTON BENJAMIN l. GREENLAW hn- I an A 1 f -. "2 f"vf1"If H-' A 'Q lv- "A 1 . I I isrx, ,I -I ., , '- 4-A--r iv! I I 1 x-. "' 4- v ' 1 nl n'i" , I-Il 'J-'.',.'. .- ,-Mus 7-"f"f'fGa - .-- x H: ,HQ '-- -' 104- I- 'g,.,"-. . , r .L ., .- . 4 ' JL , ,,, -If-1 J ,, ? 1 H., 1 E , df 4, x I "' 1 ' 1 f 'I Q , DJ .4174 ' 7 ' 'rf feb 144-,x jg 'Aww 4 H' I rfikfifl SKA' 1' v ff ,,if.4:-g , , EARLE E. HANNIGAN STANLEY J. HILL RICHARD H. HORTON KENNETH E. HUFF FRANK S. INGEROWSKI HENRY S. IRVING "fax m-a W 3,-.. fl 'j 4q'Uhm , ' 1-. 1 .N l -' .I . A I h ' . .. , , J-is-Q, Q.. ann I I " rf:-Jw .S ., " 1 ' .I I I PHILIP J. JONES JOSEPH E. LaROU J' sn A A.. 'F "Wh ' I w, ' J I ,Q . ., . sf' v' V 73" f' . Q t h iv . . A . V .2 Q ' Aff.. "Q: I' , 'MA - I 3, ay.. vim! I 1 . jf.-1 , ' 1,5 , fr: 'i 2 il ' 27' LEWIS G. JORDAN EDWARD L. LARRABEE, 47" CLIFFORD R. KEENE JR. PAUL LEES J-1 M l . ., fx I i I fig 'L 3 -I .l' xx L ll. I . I, r I f DAVID N. HOWE JOHN B. JENKS f 0 , 9? . 4? .L b, 'rar 45 P I gf , fr Xvj WILLIAM W. KENISTON ROBERT W. LeMOINE J. A-I ,'s -ng CHRISTY LIPONIS IRVINE W. MA RSTERS ,3- RICHARD G. MCINTOSH JOHN F McMENNAMlN HUBERT w MINNICK HOWARD H Mssskvsv DAVID R. MORIN RUSSELL F Moslem JOHN P MYATF FRANCIS P NIXON X 'Q , fb 3 1 A1 ' - ' A . ' 149' " W! X j w . A I x A 1 X ld 1 f ' ' 1 ' x' " 'X -. - .1 . I , WILLIAM J. PARKS EARL B. PRIDE '-2 1 1 I Ig ge-P, 1 S , x ' - 1 - I RODN EY A. RECORD QUENTAN T. SAWYER ix 3 W. ,I '. PHILIP S. PIERCE RICHARD W. PROVOST 6, 'FE 5 LA "L 'fl . , Tj:-Cs 4, Fm, 'Q I.. .vu . ffl" EUGENE W. RICE HARVEY P. SHAW THOMAS R. POWERS PHILIP C. RACKLEY Z3 94:2 s. 'A' .,,l 1 KARL A. RICHTER MURRAY SMITH . l , BRUCE C. PRATT ROY E. RAYMOND An' IK , aj. F' r' I Q gg ,I in 11 H' IA THOMAS R RUSSO RAYMOND E SPENCER 'SST' A x Ri- if , I . 3 ..,.: :TI V JI 223 , TQ." ' A f 617. 2 III . 'I ME 3 C51 J 1-f' I 'I ,-L nzf., I5 N., DOUGLAS E. SAUNDERS GEORGE F. SPLANE MERRILL A. TAYLOR MAURICE A. THERIAULT -.:' 4 MAYNARD R. TOMER RICHARD D. WANDKE A-rd A44 L .pq - 15 ns. , Q' f' F' '..4-Y ERLON L. TOWNSEND WILLIAM E. WEATHERBIE Q-4-E . ,f DAVID W. TURNER GARY L. WORTHLEY I Q 5. I , . f 5 I ., - , ,, . .. I 231' WILLIAM C. WALKER WILBUR G. WRIGHT 7 . 3. . . , 5 I- ' ' ' , 'E 1? : f 1 xg., .f" f . . I E 1? -V " , '-.rj .' 3? ss m m I Q, Yu Q51 H eziqwf 1 n E 223' 1, gb Q. .1 by -,-f' 1 I-.A s v r THE C, iCH sizes UP THE SITUATION N VR M QF VK W 434 I ZW! Eff QQZEQ EHQ3 ' IVE? Rig? EE??SE? F7 mmm! Nb X VKX 2 f X 1259 Z, lx N5 X K tai y Hgiwirg f- Cx W X FF: 41 V' X X Ak, XX X-g'4"'b1?E-,-.x X ,f.- -ll' gg, -HX' 'V f f .,.: ,pw K X 1 , 1 .f K 0 I , 1 I X V f K KL K , , f ,,,,,ff ff1gi1f p g 2 ,:: 1 'z .-7 v X S 1 33 yr x 1 W i , I , L . JW ' ' X 1 Q WESTERN MAINE SMALL COLLEGE CHAMPS First Row: PETE COOPER COACH SULLIVAN BILL WEATHERBIE DOUG STONE MGR. BOB BOWLER DICK WHITMORE NAT CROWLEY Second Row: RAY GAUVIN PHIL PIERCE TOM MARTIN ROY RAYMOND PHIL JONES 50 HOBOES left to Right Morin Finn Bourque Hutchins Bowler Whitmore left to Rig ht Osgood Stone Harmon Goff Morris Small Smith York INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL VJ left to Right Goan Gordon Curry Smalley Bogh Nason loft to Right Record Daly Beckwith Fancy Sinclair Tibbetts PANTHERS left io Right: Eaton lc: rrnbee Jordon Irving Fifz I Lefl fo Right Hosson Crean Marquis Cameron Hannigan Horion Robinson left to Righf Beauchesne Lyons Men nick Parks Shaw Cheney ., fl 16 Q v A. "ln I li- -u 9 in -"' 4.345 ' ' 5f'f43ofiFfQ fa if -ai 'W Vi I gn - X 1 :,,. -- SOCCER xr .p sk' 1, Q 1 an is W " ' 'I '1"'-'K 1 -,y . 'Q L, N: Y, . W . ,JJ L N L A My is fl-1 I fl x ,A- I X 4 L 'N x ws wk u wg Lf- ., in L T Q hi.. ' , , . , , , ,, . 1 fgf ,Liv L W V A M 1 ' "' ww J l' T Lv. t 4' , .Q Ee L ,, 'L It A' U dv U 9 N , 'F W-git,-.4 H xt - - ' , ,,- S ,pk x W" H 'EW 'Niki 1 V WV ' 1. 6' I Q. . A - I Ss ' s -P "' " .5 dx Q -R" 1-5 A ' ,V -9 -- ' ,Q . k ,V ' 9 R ' ' f I A 33352: Qfff 5 1 X ,Q .1 'uf A' I " 'L lv if 4 " Q A' ' :5 "W . L I 'L L "' ,"' L9-, ' ' L F SHE WAS ONLY THIS' BIG ' .. a L 5 -' , - VL qma.Z, Bur COULD SHE PLAY BASKETBALL. 'uf . V ,, . .4 5 C 5- ' 4 L ' 2' L ' '. , " . I 1. ,, i W . A QL M l 5-vt.. Q if ZZ!!! 1. - 5 Q11 J' 9 3 . gh ... - J Q 1 3' Q4 , - :Q W LQQK fx 'Xi Z 5 XF X mi i xjm S XW?mNfk rj? X 25 F X I L i N ' vA A 4 i iff? X X97 1 Qs WAR E X I X I LCCAL A C Tl 0 N 1 JOEL EASTMAN Editor ART MEYER JOHN THURSTON Asst. Editor Reporter - Writer p Tl1at's Not A Lamp lt's A Fishbowl. 4 La' K4 is C 1 U. M. P. CAMPUS NEWSPAPER WRITERS Doug Saunders Phil O'Gara Robert Robles Dick Whitmore Under the leadership of Joel Eastman this year's UMP Campus has been highly successful. Since December the news- paper staff has put out one newspaper per month. These papers have been both amusing and informative. This year's UMP Campus Newspaper was not a stereotyped'college sheet. A new and refreshing style has made it a pleasure to read and a boon to the student body. 56 GEORGE SPLANE THOMAS MADSEN DAVID FERLAND MR. BURKE gee,-em,-y President Guide Advisor Under the supervision of Mr. L. Morrill Burke, the UMP Outing Club began another year with an enrollment of thirty-one members. After complete re- organization of the constitution, the members drew up plans for a lively and adventurous schedule. Some of the Club's activities were an over-night stay at Long Island, a hayride with the Westbrook Junior College Outing Club Council, and a ski trip to Pleasant Mountain in Bridgton. Acknowledgement of work well done is owed club president Tom Madsen, vice-president-treasurer Bill Parks, and secretary George Splane. THE OUTING I CLUB 4 Where Did You Go? Outll Ladies Home Journal - . House of 'he Year. 57 What Did You Do? Nothmgl 'ygzazziiiii li Q M Xi. 'ppm IL LLRS EMU? - ,,..-f"""a , 451 3 -, l . I . t ll Ai: I :1!5-43211 3 I I 32 4 -LJ' .. , W 'n - 'Q Q i ' 5 ' -. , .5 . : ...f 1 . , lg , Wi in 5:.., 2' xl, 'T HT! 1 l 8 ig . X X " I H ROBERT RICHARDS Nil Ellis Treasurer RICHARD GOAN ,,u""-.. CHRISTOPHER SMITH President M" "1 Vice-President all -1 MR. CLYDE NAsoN lk 3 RICHARD coomss Advisor ', Q0 IRQ L Q .ii Secretary 'xx I I 'v OFFICERS The Circle K Club, which is affiliated with Circle K International, had the largest membership of any club on campus this year. This year, too, Circle K had many worthwhile proiects and activities. The first activity of the year was the harvest ball, which was followed by a spaghetti supper. During the Thanksgiving holidays, Circle K assisted Portland Kiwanis with their Radio Auction. The second semester brought a busy schedule for Circle K. During the last week of February, Circle K assisted the Student Council with the Winter Carnival. The Variety Show, which was a joint effort of Circle K and other local colleges was held in March. The year's activities ended with the annual outing. In keeping with tradition, this club has been full of life this year. We are all looking forward to next year when the big "K" should be full of new blood, new life, and lots of action. THE CIRCLE K 'Q 'i DAVID FINKELSTEIN CHARLES PRICE NATHAN CHENEY PAUI. LEES ROBERT CURLEY GENE RICE SILAS SKILLIN ROBERT CUMMINGS President Secretary ROBERT ROBLES Treasurer GARY WORTHLEY JOHN THURSTON Vice-President The Parliamentarians was newly organized in September 1959 at UMP, and we believe this type of organization is unique. Mr. Clinton Thurlow, Professor of History and Government should be given the credit for the spark that ignited the fire and enthusiasm that the Parliamentarians have shown through the year. The basic purpose of this group is to teach its members to be more proficient in parliamentary procedure, but after the impressive consti- tution was drawn up and signed in October, opinions began to fly and healthy debates on any and all subiects developed. Of course "Robert's Rules of Order" were observed. The Parliamentarians have proven to be a red blooded organi- zation this year. They have shown that an interest in and a desire for democracy still exists in the United States of America and that the much referred to "apathy" is not universal. Every campus needs spirit and the Parliamentarians have given UMP a great deal this year. Let's do it again in 1961. THE PARLIAMENTARIANS 3' .6 , 'fag .v ,t ' vv " 1-nm-3131. BILL COLBATH PAUL LEES President P THOMAS MADSEN HENRY QUINN Secretary . BOB LATHAM JAMES BRETON MR. DONALD HILTON Vice-President Advisor Although this group is not too large, it has been very active this year. All of the salient proiects of the club had a campus-wide scope. Campus scenes, classroom flash pictures for Dean Irvine, the individual club pictures, and the freshman pictures were taken by the.Camera Club. There was one outside trip to Frye Hall here in Portland to see a slide show. Every two weeks while UMP was in session the club held a regular business meeting at South Hall. Finances, this year, were in the capable hands of Tom Madsen, Secretary-Treasurer. President Bill Colbath's slide show on February llth of his travels in England was particularly interesting. This year brought the Camera Club a new advisor, Mr. Don Hilton, UMP chemistry instructor. Don has proven to be a fine advisor with many ingenious ideas in the field of photography. Mr. E. B. Fred Clark, previous advisor and an avid shutter bug, isrstill with us. His subtle humor makes him ever welcome. Next year we hope will bring renewed fellowship for all UMP's camera enthusiasts and more and better pictures. THE CAMERA CLUB "' .mix x ,:' fn -C., -- u.. 4 .Q ""'-' l . 4. l u ' b ,,:. , - tif .'."7" -.. l. V ' . -.yup . 1 if I ,- ,.. 'mt V.-' -L - -:,'i-" ir .fi ' -. v i, r ' V 1 -1 . I " l' 'yl"A t .4Ia' Y ' .', , , ""l,, f,' ,- . . Y ,N- ..-gy-,ev - 'W"f"""74.3,' , I ., 1- up-' v- ? 'Q' an 5 ,- if JOHN HACHEY FRANCIS DELANO ALBERT DUCLOS JOEL EASTMAN Advisor: MR. WH ITING The Debate Club, with very few participants, engaged some of the largest schools in the state this year. No one expected the Club to win any gold cups, but they should be given one for the eFFort that they made. This is the kind of activity that the school needs. lt is the kind that broadens our scope of intellectual progress. Someday we hope there will be more than four in their picture. If we cannot exchange our ideas, and talents with other schools, we cannot expect to be able to exchange them later in life with the people we will have to live with. THE DEBATE CLUB Al? Lv "" f' ws- 4 l fr 5, . , , if ,I I sss f""" L- . so I - JOHN HACHEY WILLIAM MURRAY EDWARD TREBILCOCK ROBERT ROBLES STEPHEN SAWYER BILL COLBATH JAMES RIDEOUT President Vice-President Secretary The Longhair Club, under the able direction of faculty advisor Robert Goff, is one of the oldest clubs at the UMP. Its purpose is very simple. Members meet to enioy, appreciate, and discuss various aspects of classical music. The club is open to both students and faculty members who enioy good music. Sometimes the club members can learn about various composers and their works. One does not have to be an expert in the field of classical music to partake in the friendly atmosphere of the club. Meetings are held informally at least three times a month during the college year. Refreshments are also served. It is sincerely hoped that each member who attendswill receive a greater appreciation of classi- cal music, for this club presents a rewarding and a worthwhile experience. THE LONGHAIR CLUB DAVID DOW GARY WORTHLEY President Vice-President DAVID MORIN MR. KERN WILLIAM PARKS Secretary Advisor Treasurer This club was organized to play, listen to, and enioy that great American institution, Jazz. Some of the members played at the Christmas Ball, an event that will not soon be forgotten by those who attended. During the second semester, the Club was re-organized to allow for more members. The interest in the Club is growing. Mr. Kern wishes that someday the Club will be able to supply all of the music for the school functions, but he hopes the students keep in mind that the Club was formed not only for the musicians, but also for those who would like to learn to play, and those that iust want to enioy good music. THE JAZZ CLUB IRIN , T. A .iwwxr :nun 'Un N," if T, 'f ,sg -Q J' rmqfsf, , "' EH. . 14,1 H Ta Y If , ' - rf. A lj '7 T 4' 5-N 'g . ' J.. , Y '.4:,, - A 1 'Qi 1' -W-,Z ,ffl T A D V I SQWS ' lf' 1 .M 2 . "'9i of T .V T E X V' +1 , ,gre - - Sp " .1 T : g .nw I A , JJ, K ,, , , .W A ' A .4- f W nw if in I I .N ' ' 1.-A4- N 1 FA 1 . P ' 7f.':fUN 1 - ,, X Q :H , ki .. - - , " Y N . Lic' S 'rr f r7H 'I V E. B. Fred Clark George S. Jackson Mr. Mr. 1 Mr. lgvgrence M. Burke ' fi ' Mr -1 5' ' .,,1.. Hiltbn T' V P E QU If .iF k'THE THE THE THE mg UMPIRE u.M. 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Watch These Kids Mother, They May Rock When We Roll. Will That Musician Please Get Away From The Punch-bowl And Get Back Here. New Don'f Listen To Him, They Woulcln't Dore Throw Us Out Vx 63 'Q .Fw r- x54 Y --eo- L+ .9 gl Ks, we u 4. 4 X 4 r .f It h 4 - gf - ..,, , ,. fe, 1731 -- v W, ,Jig auii., A + The Some Sunday At Purpoodock From A Different Angle. ' :'?-- -- Would Youse Pleeze Turn The Page. 75 A LITTLE PHILOSOPHY The school year will be over by the time you read this, and we will have gone our various ways. Some will take a complete vacation and relax by Maine's beaches and lakes. Some will work to finance their next year of school, and others will continue to study during the summer. Some of the friends we have made this year we will meet again in September, and others we may never see again. Some will return to UMP, some will go on to Orono, and some will transfer to other colleges. Whatever you do after you leave UMP, whatever life has planned for you after you depart those low, white buildings, the new construction, the warm atmosphere at UMP, we hope you will reflect once in awhile on the scenes you have left, the people you have met, the experience you have gained. We hope you will ponder the new ideas that you have absorbed, not only from books, but from the minds of your friends and acquaintances. We hope you will recall the "coffee cup" conversations, the cafeteria philosophy, the new concepts and problems that came to you from being exposed to a number of different minds and personalities. ln short, if you have started, this year, to think, to be more aware of the world, of people and of life, it is to be hoped that you will continue to do so and not be lulled into the complacency and indifference that seems to have engulfed such a large part of our population. We feel that there is prevalent among people today an unfortunate attitude. This attitude is one of indifference to social, political, and economic matters, both on the national and international levels, of not participating in helping to achieve society's objectives for today or of planning for tomorrow. We believe that basic to this attitude is a lack of security, an absence of purpose for living, as well as a shaking of confidence in the ability of our government to always provide us with a scientific and economic way of life superior to that of any other nation. After all, Russia has shown us that we are not the unbeat- able, untouchable nation that we always considered ourselves to be. We believe that this competition is good if we take it as a challenge, the resolution of which will improve ourselves and our country. But if we remain frightened, ignore the challenge and withdraw into the shells of our indifference, then we will degenerate both as individuals and as a nation. We may even ultimately be conquered by our competitors or may even be destroyed in total war. Professor Kern touched upon the responsibility our generation must assume for this, our country and our world, at the conclusion of his final and most impressive lecture on Zoology. Mr. Kern, in the course of his lecture, traced the biological and social evolution of man up from the apes. He said that we have evolved to a point of decision, to a point where we must move along one of two paths. One path leads to peace, prosperity, tremendous advances in science and the well-being of mankind. The other leads to the complete holocaust and destruction of our world. He said it is the attitudes, the objectives, and philoso- phies that our generation forms and hands on to future generations as to which path it will be. We agree with Mr. Kern, but we think that there isn't much time. We think that within the next few years there should be drastic changes made in our attitudes. lt is now we should cast off this attitude of indifference. lt is now we should awaken. For if we don't awaken there may not be any future generations to whom to hand our attitudes, obiectives, and philosophies. That is why we say continue to think, to question, to probe, to analyze, to create. For out of these activities can be born the progress that leads to the bright world of the future. Do not be complacent, and apathetic, for the problems that we face today are not so big that they cannot be resolved, provided each of us shares his thinking with others, and accepts responsibility for doing his part. However, the same problems are too big to be shrugged off and ignored by saying, "let someone else worry about them." As Mr. Kern so fervently said, "lt is up to you." GENE RICE, Editor 76 ' L Yox lU5G1MXy,LL,UL , ,E if . l.-lL.SN.fx -!! VU '-LSP QQ-as X JCf7ucJzx.cfL 5 i7 L Ls-gJL x X lr . 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