University of Rhode Island - Grist Yearbook (Kingston, RI)
- Class of 1963
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- JOHN E. ENGSTROM Editor-in-Chief MARTHA GENCARELLI Managing Editor NEAL DYE Business Manager L L 1963 GRIST UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND DEDICATION In 1947 John F. Quinn was appointed as Dean of Men and Veteran’s Councilor for the University of Rhode Island. To Rhode Island he brought the quali- ties of patient perseverance, leadership, and hard work as an athlete, scholar, adventurer, writer, and adminis- trator. In the fifteen years that he has been with us, he has assumed a position as a distinguished leader on the campus, and has shaped the destinies of many a student. In 1957 Dean Quinn was appointed to the posi- tion of GRIST Advisor and served in this capacity until this year when, upon being appointed Dean of Students, he was forced to relinquish his advisory position owing to his added responsibilities. To the man who has been a father, advisor, and friend to many, and especially to us; we, the staff of the 1963 GRIST, dedicate this book to John F. Quinn. Others have honored him for his many contributions to education, and many will honor him in the future, but they can never, in our estimation, honor him enough. 4 FRANCIS H. HORN President As the class of 1963, you are leaving your mark on the University of Rhode Island. At your graduation, your activities and accomplish- ments as a class become a part of the perma- nent record of your alma mater. We hope in return that we have left an indelible impression on you — that you have a new purposefulness and have set your feet upon a new path because of the patterns of thought and the knowledge that you have acquired here. But this is only the beginning of our asso- ciation. Like choosing a mate, in choosing a college you have made a life-time commitment. What you do throughout your life will affect the university because you are a product of URI, and by its products an organization is known. And this is only the beginning of your ed- ucation. If you and we have done even reason- ably well in the last four years, you will con- tinue to learn throughout your life. You will be one of those happy and interesting persons who is never the puppet of popular opinion and who measures the world by his own inner scale of values. Wherever you go and whatever you may do, the university will keep a continuing interest in you and your accomplishments. We hope that when you are near Kingston you will stop to see us and that you and the university will benefit from a close association through the coming years. PROFESSOR THOMAS G. RUSSELL CLASS ADVISOR’S MESSAGE Your selection of me as your class advisor has af- forded me four years of pleasant associations with you and your capable officers. For this I am grateful. Congratulations on the successful completion of your studies. In your accomplishment you have grown in intellectual and spiritual stature. You are no w equipped with the tools and com- petence which qualify you to meet the many challenges confronting our society. It is my hope that you will have the courage and the ambition to utilize these talents to master the prob- lems of the free world, and to explore the unlimited possibilities which lie beyond the frontiers of human knowledge. Professor Thomas G. Russell 6 JAMES W. EASTWOOD Dean of Admissions ARTHUR E. CUSTER Assistant Dean of Fine Arts ROMAN J. ZORN Dean of Arts and Sciences MARGARET M. SCOTT Assistant Dean of Women T. STEPHEN CRAWFORD Dean of Engineering 10 BEVERLY DOWNING Dean of Home Economics GEORGE A. BALLANTINE Dean of Business Administration MARTHA O. SAYLES Dean of Nursing JAMES W. COBBLE Dean of Agriculture RHEA MEYERS Dental Hygiene EDMUND FARRELL Registrar 13 14 W. OLIVER MARTIN Department of Philosophy CARL W. KAISER, JR. Department of Industrial Management LAMBERT C. PORTER Department of Languages 15 DONALD J. ZINN Department of Zoology WALTER L. SIMMONS Department of English M. DOROTHY MASSEY Department of Women’s Physical Education PHILIP L. CARPENTER Department of Bacteriology 16 17 VIRGINIA V. CARPENTER Department of Textiles and Clothing RALPH W. ENGLAND, JR. Department of Sociology JOSEPH L. CAIN Department of Art 18 ELIZABETH CRANDALL Department of Home Management RUTH E. TUSKER Department of Food and Nutrition 20 BROOKS A. SANDERSON Department of Business Administration JOHN J. DeFEO Department of Pharmacology AARON J. ALTON Department of Marketing and Advertising 21 JOHN B. SMITH Department of Agricultural Chemistry C. BERNARD CLARKE Department of Civil Engineering EDWARD M. J. PEASE Department of Mathematics CHARLES POLK Department of Electrical Engineering 22 23 RALPH A. THOMPSON Department of Chemical Engineering ROBERT WAKEFIELD Department of Agronomy 24 REUBEN MEHLING Department of Journalism FRANK HOWARD Department of Plant Pathology PHILIP H. WILSON Department of Mechanized Agriculture MARVIN R. 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Pharmacy ROBERT ASHODIAN CHARLES ASHTON 7 1 Gaspee Point Dr. Warwick, RI Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa 38 South Meadow Lane Barrington, RI Arts Science JO-ANN ATTERIDGE 71 Main St. Slatersville, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta STEPHEN ASHUKIAN 819 Reservoir Ave. Cranston, RI Pharmacy JUDITH AUBREY 634 King Philip St. Fall River, Mass. Arts Science Chi Omega ROBERT AUTRY 24 Hobart St. Westerly, RI Agriculture Science 32 THOMAS BALLOU 720 West Earle St. Cumberland, RI Business Administration VERNA BALZOFIORE KAREN BARD 58 Forbes St. Providence, RI 251 29 Grand Central Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta Little Neck, NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau DAVID BARKER 178 Occupasstuxet Rd. Warwick, RI Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon ALAN BARNICOAT 130 Occupasstuxet Rd. Warwick, RI Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha JOAN BARSZCZ 92 Georgia Ave. Providence, RI Nursing Chi Omega WALTER BEDARD 42 School St. Wakefield, RI Engineering SONJA BASSETT Johnson Rd. Greene, RI Arts Science Delta Delta Delta JOHN BAXTER 30 South Baptist St. Newport, RI Arts Science Phi Gamma Delta JOHN BEAGAN 2 Stamford Ave. Providence, RI Agriculture Phi Sigma Kappa 33 SANDRA BEGRIE 14 Redwood Ave. Pawtucket, RI Nursing PAUL BELANGER 21 Edgewood Ave. Cranston, RI Engineering JUDITH BELINSKY 1407 Kent PI. Linden, NJ Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Phi PAULA BENNETT 55 Mystic Dr. Warwick, RI Arts Science Sigma Kappa TOBY BERGER 7 1 President St. New Rochelle, NY Nursing MELVIN BERMAN 428 Prairie Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science Tau Epsilon Phi SANDRA BERTHIAUME 70 Benbridge Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science KENNETH BERNARD 125 Stafford Rd. Tiverton, RI Business Administration Sigma Pi Epsilon DONALD BIBEAULT 471 Coe St. Woonsocket, RI Engineering Sigma Chi BERNARD BLAKE 1207 Kingstown Rd. 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Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon STUART BRENNER 345 State St. Long Beach, NY Arts Science Phi Sigma Delta 35 KENNETH BROWN 151 Hyde St. New Haven, Ginn. Arts Science THOMAS BROWN 3534 Bronx Boulevard Bronx, NY Agriculture PETER BROWNELL West Rd. Little Compton, R1 Agriculture Sigma Chi ARLENE BRUNO 55 Oak St. Westerly, RI Nursing Alpha Delta Pi EUGENE BUCCI 89 Lookout Ave. Cranston, RI Engineering Beta Psi Alpha HARRY BUCKLEY Wheeler Dr. Pawcatuck, Conn. Arts Science Sigma Nu HARRY BUKER 28 Alameda Dr. Seekonk, Mass. Arts Science ROBERT BUTLER 26 Scribner A ve. Staten Island, NY Engineering Chi Phi Engineering BEVERLY BYRON 12 Creighten St. Providence, RI Home Economics Lambda Delta Phi PETER CACE 422 Bloomfield St. Hoboken, NJ Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon CONSTANCE CAMGROS 284 Valley Rd. River Edge, NJ Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega ROBERT CAMPANELLA 8 John St. West Barrington, RI Arts Science PHYLLIS CAMPBELL 10 Sea View Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science 10 Fortin Rd. Arts Science Kingston, RI 9 Crossland Rd. West Warwick, RI Arts Science Boom Bridge Rd. Westerly, RI Engineering Beta Psi Alpha ELAINE CARDI 60 B St. Cranston, RI Home Economics Sigma Kappa ANTHONY CARDILLO 82 Ophelia St. Providence, RI Engineering SHEILA CARBERRY 9 Arleigh Rd. Donglaston, NY Home Economics ALFRED CARLL 74 Auburn St. Cranston 10, RI Engineering 37 ELAINE CARLONE 328 Mount Pleasant Ave. RICHARD CARREAU BRIAN CARROLL PATRICIA CARROLL 15 Brownlee Blvd. Greenwood, RI Nursing PETER J. CARTIER 10 Highland Ave. Wakefield, RI Arts Science JOSEPH CASTALDI 282 Broadway Providence, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha VIDA CATMUR Cottrell Rd. Saunderstown, RI Arts Science 38 RICHARD CIPOllA 69 Bolton Ave. Providence, RI Engineering Sigma Chi DARRYL CLARK 28 Meadow Ave. Wakefield, RI Arts Science Sigma Phi Epsilon NORMAN CLARK 25 Newfield Ave. Warwick, RI Business Administration THOMAS CLARKE 188VJ Camp St. Providence 6, RI Business Administration ALBERT CLEMENCE Rocky Hill Rd. North Scituate, RI Arts Science BARBARA COHEN 94 Kane Ave. Middletown, RI Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau PHYLLIS COHEN 55 Sessions St. Providence, RI Arts Science HAROLD COLE 172 Samuel Gorton Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science JOSEPH COLEMAN 177 Dexter St. Combcrland, RI • Engineering Sigma Chi DONNA COHN 417 Westchester St. Long Beach, NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau 39 CAROL CONKLIN SARAH CONNORS 71 Legion PI. Hillsdale, NJ 183 Woodstock Lane Nursing Chi Omega Cranston, RI Home Economics Delta Delta Delta DONALD CONTE 46 Williams St. Johnston, RI Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa GAIL COTTER 63 Wolverstone Rd. East Greenwich, RI Arts Science FRANKLYN COOK JOHN COOKINHAM 162 Main St. Lincoln, RI 98 Vi Warner St. Newport, RI Arts Science Sigma Chi Business Administration Sigma Pi FREDERICK CORDEN 25 Gould St. Wakefield, RI Business Administration RI 40 MARILYN CROFT 547 Linwood Av«. Buffalo 9, NY Home Economics Chi Omega CAROLYN CROWELL 28 Sarah St. Providence, RI Nursing Alpha Delta Pi HARRY CROCKER 21 Don Ave. Rumford 16, RI Arts Science JANET CROWLEY HENRY CRUCIANI 444 Armistice Blvd. Pawtucket, R I 135 1 Centerville Rd. Warwick, RI Nursing Alpha Delta Pi Arts Science ANDREW CZARNECHI 212 Norfolk Ave. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Phi Kappa Theta ALBERTA DAGATA 512 New Boston Rd. Fall River, Mass. Arts Science MICHELLE DAIGNAULT 57 Liberty St. Pawcatuck, Conn. Nursing ANTHONY D ' AMBROSIO 60 Spring St. White Plains, NY Engineering Phi Gamma Delta 41 WALTER DAROWSKI 72 Barton Ave. Warren, RI Agriculture DONALD DAVIES 34 Morton Dr. Warwick, RI Arts Science Phi Mu Delta CATHERINE DELPHIN 147 River St. Warwick, RJ Arts Science EUGENE DATTORE 12 Rushton Dr. Cranston, RI Arts Science Theta Chi RICHARD DAVID 610 Park Ave. Woonsocket, RI Arts Science ANTOINETTE DELGROSSO 1 14 High St. Westerly, RI Arts Science DIANE DELANEY 207 Franklin St. Wrentham, Mass. Dental Hygiene STEPHANIE DELFAUSSE 30 Baker Rd. Livingston, NJ Business Administration Delta Zeta EUGENE DEMICHELE 145 Beachmont Ave. Cranston, RI Engineering Chi Phi 42 DENNIS DENELIE 742 Armistice Blvd. Pawtucket, RI Business Administration Sigma Chi WALTER DEVANAS 6 Belmont Rd. East Greenwich, RI Arts Science MAURICE DEVINE 4 York Ave. Westerly, RI Engineering WILLIAM DiBATTISTA 132 High St. Wakefield, RI Am Science Chi Phi DANIEL J DONNELLY 36 Hutchinson St. Warwick, RI Agriculture FRANCES DOTOLO 17 Champion St. Westerly, RI Arts Science DOROTHY DONNELLY 98 Newport Ave. Pawtucket, RI Business Administration ROYAL DOUGHTY 86 Ingraham St. E. Providence, RI Arts Science Phi Mu Delta 43 MEREDITH DYER 1358 Smith St. North Providence, RI Dental Hygiene THEODORE DZIOK Diamond Hill Rd. Cumberland, RI Agriculture Sigma Chi ELAINE EDWARDS 17 Cummings Rd. Newport, RI Arts Science Delta Delta Delta CHARLES EGAN 735 Harris Ave. Woonsocket, RI Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon 44 JUDITH ESSEX 2 28 Spring St. East Greenwich, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta HERBERT EPSTEIN 476 Puritan Rd. Swampscott, Mass. Business Administration PAUL FARRAGUT 22 Blaisdell Ave. Pawtucket, RI Agriculture Sigma Pi M. LYNNE FARRELL 1 Viking Drive Bristol, RI Nursing NANCY FARRELL 18 Van Ness Rd. Beacon, NY Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega PAUL FAULKNER 145 05 34 Ave. Flushing 54, NY Arts Science Phi Mu Delta 45 BARBARA FEENEY 8 Cold Spring Ave. North Providence 11, RI Nursing MARILYN FEIFERT 24 Meeting St. Anthony, RI Nursing Delta Zeta THOMAS FELTS 2062 Broad St. Cranston, RI Engineering Sigma Nu ANNA FENER 41 Summit Ave. North Smithfield, RI Arts Science 46 IRENE FINKEl 58 Pearl St. New Hyde Park. NY Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau BRENDA FINN RONALD FISH 254 Camp St. Providence, RI 1 Stonelca Place Home Economics New Rochelle, NY Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi KENNETH FLETCHER 100 Juniper Drive North Kingston, RI Pharmacy Chi Phi ARTHUR FLEURY 281 Read Ave. West Warwick, RI Arts Science MARSHA FLINT 24 Farragut Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science JOAN FORAN 155 South St. Northampton, Mass. Arts Science EDWARD FITZPATRICK 58 Marion Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science Theta Chi STEPHEN FLYNN 84 Burnside St. Providence, RI Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon RAYMOND FORTIER 145 Hunts Ave. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Sigma Chi 47 JOHN FOSTER 8 Stevens Ave. St. Albans, Vt. Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa DAVID FREDENBURGH 3 Court Lane Concord, Mass. Agriculture Theta Chi LORA FRENCH 106 Lindley Ave. Wicl Arts Science STEPHEN FRENCH 57 Windsor Ave. West Acton, Mass. Arts Science Chi Phi ROGER GAGNON 418 Carter Ave. Pawtucket, RI Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon JOSEPH FRISELLA 13Vi Hendrichs St. Wakefield, RI Engineering STEVEN GAJDALO 737 Roosevelt Ave. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa JOANNE FULL 9 Princeton St. Newport, RI Arts Science JOHN GADSBY 72 Underwood Ave. Warwick, RI Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha 48 MATTHEW GEISSER 23 Princeton Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha CECILIA GEORGES 10 Whitcwell Place Newport, Rl Arts Science Alpha Delta Pi JEFFREY GERRISH 209 School St. Arts Science North Kingston, RI VICTOR GIBEAULT WILLIAM GIBSON 3532 Gayle St. San Diego, Cal. 209 Edgehill Rd. Warwick, RI Agriculture Lambda Chi Alpha Arts Science TIMOTHY GILCHRIST Post Rd. Westerly, RI Arts Science Beta Psi Alpha JOAN GILL 6 Colgate St. Warwick, RI Arts Science Lambda Delta Phi 49 JOAN GIUESPIE 21 Candle Hill Ct. Warwick, RI Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta BEVERLY GIORDANO 86 Forbes St. East Hartford 8, Conn. Arts Science Delta Zeta LEON GLASSHOFFER 70 Harriet St. Providence, RI Business Administration MARVIN GLAUBACH 188 Linden Blvd. Brooklyn, NY Arts Science Phi Mu Delta HARVEY GOLDBERG 27 Dryden Ave. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Delta PAMELA GLYNN 19 Greene St. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science Alpha Delta Pi DAVID GOLDEN 49 Laurel Ave. Providence, RI Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi DONALD GOLDSMITH 7 Dana St. Providence, RI Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Pi JOYCE GOOSETREY 418 Summer St. Woonsocket, RI Arts Science 50 MARCYANNA GORCYNSKI 37 Charles St. Central Falls, RI Home Economics Chi Omega ELIZABETH GREENE Indian Lake RFD 3 Wakefield, RI Arts Science MARIE GRYGIEL 175 Fairview Ave. West Warwick, RI Arts Science JAMES GRANT JOEL GREENSTEIN 30 Summer St. Swampscott, Mass. Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi VALERIE GRIMES 125 Beech St. Narragansett, RI Home Economics Lambda Delta Phi PETER GRIMM East Acres Troy, NY Business Administration 51 NATHANIEL HAMMOND Taylor St. East Pembroke, Mass. Business Administration RICHARD HANCHETT 117 Washburn Ave. Rumford 16, RI Engineering Phi Kappa Theta CAROLE HANSON 193 Long Beach Ave. York Beach, Maine Dental Hygiene THOMAS HARDIE 26 Farrague Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science EDWARD HARRINGTON 20 Slater Ave. Warwick Neck, RI Arts Science JOHN HARROP 63 Ash Ave. Providence, RI Engineering GRETA HARTFORD 127 Smith St. Cranston, RI Arts Science PAUL HARGRAVES 209 Atlantic Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha 52 PRISCILLA HARTFORD 127 Smith St. Cranston, RI Arts Science DAVID HARTLEY 42 Pelham Parkway North Providence, RI Arts Science Phi Kappa Theta JOHN HAWKINS 6 Huber Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science SUSAN HAYNES 749 Narragansett Parkway Warwick, RI Arts Science CAROLYN HEALEY 316 Ohio Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science CLAIRE HEBERT Apartment 8 Kingston, RI Business Administration Delta Delta Delta STUART HECKER 22 Glenwood Ave. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Phi Sigma Delta 53 BARBARA HICKS 341 River Ave. Providence, RI Agriculture CYNTHIA HILL 77 Union St. Bristol, RI Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta JILL TEEDEN HILL 66 Fowler St. Wickford, RI Home Economics Delta Zeta WILLIAM HINDERSTEIN 18 Anpell Dr. Scarsdale, NY Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Pi ELLEN HOFFER 89 Washington Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science 54 STEVEN HOIZINGER 77 Ardoene St. Providence, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Kappa HARRY HOOPS 82 Sharon St. Providence, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha JOHN HOPKINS Whelan Rd. Providence, RI Engineering SAMUEl HOPP Crossway Apartments Kingston, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Kappa JEAN JACKSON Boswell Rd. Foster, RI Arts Science MARJORIE JACKSON 4 Taylor Court Cumberland, RI Home Economics GWENDOLYN JACOBSEN Spring St. Block Island, RI Arts Science 55 RONALD JALBERT 15 Chopin St. West Warwick, RI Engineering Sigma Nu ELIZABETH JAMES 490 Argyle Rd. Brooklyn, NY Home Economics PETER JAMES 23 Lounsbury Rd. Croton on Hudson, NY Pharmacy Alpha Epsilon Pi ROBERT JAMES 30 Bliss Mine Rd. Middletown, RI Arts Science Tau Epsilon Phi MARTHA JAMGOCHIAN 16 Parnell St. Providence, RI Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta Engineering STANLEY JENNINGS Orchard St. Newport, RI NANCY JOHNSON 39 Prospest Rd. Matunuck, RI Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi ROBERT JOHNSON 55 Shawmut Ave. Central Falls, RI Pharmacy SUSAN JOHNSON Box 905 Kailua, Hawaii Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega WAYNE JOHNSON 74 Division St. East Greenwich, RI Engineering JUDITH JONES 84 Claypool Dr. Warwick, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta 56 ROBERT JOYAl 212 Andrews Ave. West Warwick, RI Business Administration JOHN KAMPNER 270 Gallatin St. Providence, RI Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi FRANCIS KAPUSINSKY 64 West Broadway Central Nyack, NY Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon LEE KAROFSKY 40 Olde Field Rd. Newton Center, Mass. Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi JOAN KATZMAN 46 Boylston Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau DAVID KEATES 655 Main Ave. Warwick, RI Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha KENNETH KAY 348 Magnolia St. Cranston, RI Business Administration Theta Chi LESLEY KEENAN Foster Center Rd. Foster, RI Home Economics Lambda Delta Phi DAVID KELLEHER 149 Oakland Ave. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science Sigma Chi KATHLEEN KELLETT Davis Park Providence 8, RI Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega 57 RICHARD KENNEDY 16 Carole Ave. New Hyde Park, NY Engineering Phi Mu Delta CAROL KENYON Usquepaugh Rd. West Kingston, RI Arts Science Alpha Delta Pi JOHN KINDI 125 Edgehill Rd. Warwick, RI Engineering JOHN KENNY 2 Waterman Ave. Cranston, RI Engineering JOSEPH KENT RFD 1 Box 54 Greene, RI Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon MARY ANN KERR 85 Narrangansett Ave. Arts Science Narragansett, RI JOYCE KINDLUND 15 Byron Boulevard Warwick, RI Arts Science Chi Omega ZOUVART KHIMATI AN 121 Bellevue Ave. Providence, RI Business Administration RICHARD KOSH 499 Providence St. Warwick, RI Arts Science NANCY KILGUSS 133 Knollwood Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta JOHN KRIKORIAN 5 Thayer Place Warwick 5, RI Engineering 58 GARY KUllBERG 201 Orchard St. White Plains, NY Business Administration Phi Gamma Delta ARTHUR LAGASSE 183 Westhill Ave. Somerset, Mass. Engineering Sigma Nu RICHARD IANOWY 46 Mailloux St. Woonsocket, R1 Agriculture Sigma Nu LOUIS KUTCHER WILLIAM LACEY THOMAS LACHANCE 25 Diane Dr. Kingston, RI 33 Young St. Newport, RI 54 Bentley St. Swansea, Mass. Arts Science Arts Science Sigma Nu Arts Science CHARLES LALLI 67 Julian St. Providence, RI Agriculture Tau Kappa Epsilon BARBARA LAMON 145 Dover Ave. East Providence, RI Nursing Chi Omega VICTOR LANDSBERG 503 Lawrence Rd. West Hempstead, NY Business Administration Phi Sigma Delta DORCAS LaPOINTE Log Bridge Rd. Coventry, RI Business Administration JOSEPH LATERRA 33 Farm St. Providence, RI Arts Science Tau Epsilon Pi VIRGINIA LATHAM 3 Lakecrest Dr. Warwick, RI Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega 59 WILLIAM LAWLESS 105 Brookdale Blvd. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Sigma Nu EDWARD LAWSON 120 Wilson Ave. Rumford 16, RI Engineering PETER LEBRON LOUISE LECUIVRE 140 Wright Rd. 74 Pond St. West Warwick, RI Rockville Centre, NY Dental Hygiene Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Pi JANICE LAWTON Louisquisset Pike Lincoln, RI Home Economics Chi Omega PAUL LEMONT 1351 South Broadway East Providence, RI Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon GILBERT LAYCOCK 250 Sunon Ave. East Providence, RI Engineering Sigma Nu GERRY LEONARD 142 Narragansett Ave. Jamestown, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES LESSER 813 Radnor Ave. Pine Beach, NJ Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha CAROLE LEVINE 1633 Beach St. Wantagh, NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau EDWARD LEVINE 25 Summit Ave. Providence, RI Business Administration 60 r W c diM LEO LOMAX 27 Fenner St. Cranston. RI Engineering JANET LOVELY R. F. D. New London, NH Nursing CAROLE LUNDGREN 222 Tiffany Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science WILLIAM MACOMBER 35 Water St. Portsmouth, RI Business Administration CYNTHIA MACDONALD RFD Slocum, RI Home Economics CLAIRE MacNEIll 729 Washington St. Coventry, RI Nursing MADELINE LORD 113 Massachusetts Ave. Providence 5, RI Dental Hygiene 61 CIPRIANO MAGALLANES San Bartolomeo Ave. C Caracas, Venezuela Engineering PAUL MAGAN 44 Bed low Ave. Newport, RI Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon KURT MALMGREN West Shore Rd. Warwick, RI Business Administration NANCY MANCHESTER 682 Crandall Rd. Tiverton, RI Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega VICTOR MANCINI 1101 Washington St. Hoboken, NJ Arts Science Phi Mu Delta SUSAN MANDELL 44 East 20th St. New York, NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau RALPH MANTECON Guty Cardenas 31 Mexico 20 D F, Mexico Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon RICHARD MARAN Cobb Rd. Water Mill, NY Business Administration Sigma Nu JOSEPH MARANDOLA 6 Hoyt St. Johnston, RI Engineering Beta Psi Alpha MARIANNE MARQUES 31 Chestnut St. Fairhaven, Mass. Nursing Chi Omega 62 ROMOLA MARSELLA 5 Sheffield Ave. North Providence, RI Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOHN MARTINEllI 229 Budlong Rd. Cranston, RI Arts Science CYNTHIA MATTSON 44 Lakecrest Dr. Warwick, RI Nursing Chi Omega ANNE MAURIUO 45 Midland Ave. Glen Ridge, NJ Nursing Lambda Delta Phi Patricia McCarthy 1024 Main St. West Warwick, RI Business Administration ROBERT McEWEN 931 Narragansett Parkway Warwick, RI Arts Science Theta Chi JOHN McCANN 178 Beacon Hill Ave. Lynn, Mass. Business Administration Theta Chi 63 KATHERINE McHUGH RFD Bradford, RI Arts Science JOYCE McKENNA 251 Country Club Dr. Warwick, RI Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega MURIEL MELENDY 130 Broad St. Manchester, Conn. Arts Science PATRICIA MELLON 25 Plantations Dr. Cranston, RI Dental Hygiene Alpha Xi Delta DANIEL MELLOR 16 Euston Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science EFRAIN MEDINA 587 Riverside Dr. Manhattan, NY Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM MENZI 405 Almy Court Newport, RI Agriculture CHARLENE METCALF Candle wood Shores Brookfield, Conn. Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega MARGORY MESNIKOFF 105-05 63 Dr. Forest Hills, NY Business Administration Sigma Delta Tau BARBARA MEYER 40 Lincoln Rd. Scarsdale, NY Business Administration Sigma Delta Tau CATHLEEN MILLER 51 Pine Grove Ave. Warwick, RI Home Economics MEREDITH MOIITOR Little Pond Rd. Cumberland, RI Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta MARJORY MILLER 157 West St. Woonsocket, RI Arts Science Lambda Delta Phi ANGELA MONTANARO 59 Warman Ave. Cranston, RI Nursing Lambda Delta Phi JOHN MICHELETTI 170 Almy St. Providence, RI Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi JOHN MINER IVl Spring St. Westerly, RI Engineering Beta Psi Alpha VINCENT MONTECALVO 246 Federal St. Providence, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha STEVEN MIGNONE 1426 South Broadway East Providence, RI Business Administration W LAWRENCE MINIATI 542 Walcott St. Pawtucket, RI Business Administration Phi Mu Delta RICHARD MORIN 137 Arnold St. Woonsocket, RI Engineering WILLIAM MOSC ARITOLO 14 Dixon St. Westerly, RI Engineering DIANE MOSHER 92 Greene Lane Middletown, RI Nursing Chi Omega MARY MORRIS 2807 Warwick Ave. Warwick, RI Home Economics Chi Omega 66 BARBARA NEWBAUER 73 Southwest Ave. Jamestown, RI Arts Science Sigma Kappa LEONARD NEMIROOF 105-14 63 Ave. Forest Hills, NY Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi ANTHONY NARCISO 246 High St. Westerly, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha MICHAEL NERI 59 Westcott Ave. Providence 9, NY Arts Science Phi Kappa Theta STEVEN MURRAY 25 Friendship St. Newport, RI Arts Science Sigma Pi KATHLEEN NARDELLI 25 Beverly Circle Greenville, RI Home Economics Sigma Kappa JOHN NETSEl 9 Turner St. Providence, RI Arts Science Phi Kappa Theta 67 ANDREW NEWTON 82 Connection St. Newport, RI Engineering Sigma Chi CHIEU NGUYEN 22B CAO BA NHA Saigon, Vietnam Engineering Chi Phi LEO O ' DONNELL 211 Sand Pond Rd. Warwick, RI Arts Science ARTHUR OLNEY 1 56 South Main St. Coventry, RI Agriculture JEANNE OGRODNIK 175 MacArthur Blvd. West Warwick, RI Dental Hygiene Alpha Xi Delta JANET OBERNDORFER 85 Clinch Ave. Garden City, NY Home Economics HAROLD OHSBERG, JR. 38 Yi Silver Lake Ave. Wakefield, RI Business Administration DOMENIC NICOLELLA 64 Eaton St. Providence, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha WILLIAM O ' BRION 6 Hickory Lane Darien, Conn. Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon 68 CATHERINE OTT South County Trail East Greenwich, RI Arts Science MICHAEL PARISEAU 1308 Newport Ave. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM PARRILLO 1621 Hartford Ave. Johnston, RI Arts Science Beta Psi Alpha 69 ANTONIO PATRIZIO 21 Kenyon St. Providence, RI Arts Science ELIAS PATTIE 376 Water St. Warren, Rl Engineering SYLVESTER PAYNE 36 Silver Lake Ave. Wakefield, RI Arts Science Tau Kappa Epsilon JOHN PEARSON Central St. Mapleville, RI Agriculture Tau Kappa Epsilon RAYMOND PEIRCE 36 Pavillion Ave. Rumford, RI Engineering Phi Kappa Theta PASQUALE PERRI 4 Jay St. Westerly, RI Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa BONNIE PERLMUTTER 105-28 65 Ave. Forest Hills 75. NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau WYMAN PEARCE Johnnycake Trail Wakefield, RI Business Administration DIANE PEIRSON 40 Bateman Ave. Newport, RI Arts Science Delta Delta Delta FRANK PERRIN 14 Main St. Ashaway, RI Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon 70 THOMAS PERRY 53 Rock Ave. Pascoag, RI Engineering ROBERT PERSSON 67 Cliffdale Ave. Cranston, R! Arts Science Phi Kappa Theta JOHN PETRONIO 6 Susan Dr. Cranston, RI Arts Science Chi Phi HOWARD PHELPS 59 Holburn Ave. Cranston, RI Engineering RICHARD PHILLIPS Freeman St. Warwick, RI Agriculture JANICE PICKTHALl East Shore Rd. Narragansett, RI Nursing 71 DAVID PINS 70 36 Harrow St. Forest Hills 75, NY Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Pi RICHARD PONTI 2635 West Shore Rd. Warwick, RI Agriculture DAVID POTTER 45 Shirley Boulevard Cranston, RI Arts Science IGAL PITCHON 33 Beery St. Tel Aviv, Israel Arts Science DIANE POHIUT 132 Park Ave. Passiac, NJ Business Administration Alpha Delta Pi IOUIS POINTON 376 Park Ave. Woonsocket, RI Arts Science 72 Willi AM PROUIX 44 Knotty Oak Rd. West Warwick, RI Arts Science Sigma Nu WILLIAM PUllANO 60 Mercy St. Providence, RI Engineering MARION RADIO 10 Edgemere Rd. Pawtucket, RI Home Economics Alpha Xi Delta MYRON RAISNER 65 Payton St. Providence, RI Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi HAIG RAKY 220 Lockwood St. Providence, RI Am Science Theta Chi MARGARET RALSTON 1362 Narragansett Blvd. Cranston, RI Arts Science ROBIN RAPAPORT 224 Oakland Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science GLORIA RAVIELE Home Economics PHILIP READ 75 Wildwood Dr. Cranston, RI Business Administration Sigma Chi GAIL REGAN 24 Cleveland Ave. Needham, Mass. Arts Science Delta Zeta RICHARD REGAN 54 Ellery Rd. Newport, RI Arts Science Phi Gamma Delta 73 MARIE REIDY Mohawk Trail Narragansett, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta RICHARD RENZI 108 Wales St. Cranston 9, RI Business Administration NORMA RESNICK 201 Summit Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science Lambda Delta Phi WILLIAM RIDER Box 102 RD 1 Lambertville, NJ Agriculture Tau Kappa Epsilon RUTHANN RINTALA Carpenter Rd. Scituate, RI Arts Science Delta Delta Delta EDWARD RHINE North Plank Rd. Newburgh, NY Arts Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon 74 SHEILA RISK 309 Greenville Ave. Johnston, RI Arts Science NATHANIEL ROBINSON 29 Lee Rd. Barrington, RI Engineering STEPHEN ROBINSON 19 Rolfe St. Cranston, RI Engineering Phi Mu Delta MELVYN RODINSKY 73 Stamford St. Providence, RI Business Administration Phi Kappa Theta PAUL ROMANELLI BETTE ROSE 62 Concord Ave. North Kingston, RI Business Administration Phi Gamma Delta 52 Ocean Ave. North Kingston, RI Arts Science Lambda Delta Phi PAMELA ROSMAN 136-31 72 Ave. Flushing 67, NY Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau TANYA ROSEN 29 Almy St. Newport, RI Dental Hygiene STEPHEN ROSENBERG 193 Lenox Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science Tau Epsilon Phi LAWRENCE ROSMAN 136-31 72 Ave. Flushing 67, NY Business Administration Phi Sigma Delta 75 ANHTONY RUSSO 44 Grape St. Providence, RI Arts Science Tau Epsilon Phi MAUREEN RUSSO 29 Chester Ave. Westerly, RI Arts Science Delta Zeta PATRICIA RUSSO 51 Wabun Ave. Providence, RI Home Economics 76 mt 77 SANDRA SEIFERT 12 Brooks Ave. Lewiston, Maine Nursing Alpha Delta Pi EDNA SEIIG 1 20 Columbia St. Brookline, Mass. Arts Science Sigma Delta Tau ALAN SENTER 101 Winaham Rd. Rockville Center, NY Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi GEORGE SHAPIRO 685 Montgomery St. Brooklyn, NY Arts Science Tau Epsilon Phi LASZLO SIEGMUND 40 Central St. Narragansett, R1 Engineering Theta Chi 78 ROBERT SIMMONS 20 Santiago St. Providence, RI Arts Science SANDRA SINDLE 86 Eaton St. Providence, RI Arts Science MALCOLM SINGER 150 Ridge St. Pawtucket, RI Engineering LINDA SISSON 12 Spring St. Westerly, RI Business Administration Delta Zeta RONALD SMITH Black Rock Rd. West Warwick, RI Business Administration DIANE SMITH 1 Newport Ave. North Kingstown, RI Home Economics Delta Delta Delta JOAN SMITH Torrey Hill Rd. Wakefield, RI Home Economics 79 DAVID SORENSON 30 Newell Court Coventry, RI Agriculture DONALD SORTERUP 1335 Narragansett Blvd. Cranston, RI Business Administration THOMAS SOULE 3400 West Shore Rd. Warwick, RI Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha 20 Elm St. Seekonk, Mass. Arts Science Alpha Chi Omega EVERETT SOUTHWICK 19 William St. Bristol, RI Arts Science 226 Hilton St. Tiverton, RI Engineering Chi Phi FRANK STEVENS 14 Kay St. Newport, R1 Business Administration Sigma Chi STANLEY STEVENSON 85 Grosvenor Ave. East Providence, RI Agriculture BARBARA STOELTZING 84-05 165th St. Jamaica, NY Arts Science Chi Omega WILLIAM STRAWDERMAN South Broad St. Ashaway, RI Engineering Phi Gamma Delta 81 ROBERT STUDLEY 86 Earle Ave. Riverside, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Kappa ELIZABETH SULLIVAN 289 Carpenter St. Providence, RI Arts Science RICHARD SUNDBERG 17 Dixon St. Westerly, RI Agriculture LAMBERT STUART 13 Rosebank Ave. Providence, RI Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon JOAN SUNSTEIN 19 Holly Rd. Waban 68, Mass. Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau JAMES SWEET 44 Woodruff Ave. Wakefield, RI Arts Science Sigma Chi ALBERT SZYMANSKI 12 Champlin Dr. Westerly, RI Arts Science Chi Phi PHILLIP SZYMKOWICZ 108 Lexington Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science WAYNE SWANSON 132 Hillard Ave. Cranston, RI Arts Science MARY SWAN 16 Beecher St. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science MARY SWANSON 30 Edendale Ave. Pawtucket, RI Arts Science Sigma Kappa RAYMOND TARABORELLI 30 Maple Crest Dr. Greenville, RI Arts Science Phi Sigma Delta C ■ 82 PATRICIA TAYLOR 34 Tilden Ave. Warwick, RI Arts Science DAVID TETREAULT 15 Bucklin St. Pawtucket, Rl Engineering NORMAN TIERNEY 43 Blue Gentian Rd. Cranston, RI Business Administration JAMES TELLO 80 Milton Rd. Warwick, RI Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon PATRICIA THOMAS Rocky Pasture Rd. Gloucester, Mass. Nursing DIANA TOBLER 6 Wayland Dr. Verona, NJ Nursing Chi Omega ROBERT TEOLIS 212 Gray St. Providence, RI Business Administration Beta Psi Alpha MARYLOU THORPE 16 Pond Rd. Westerly, RI Home Economics SAMUEL TOOMA 82 Jenks Ave. Central Falls, RI Arts Science Sigma Nu MICHAEL TESTA 44 Salem Dr. North Providence, RI Business Administration Theta Chi CAROL TIBBETTS 180 Beach St. North Kingstown, RI Home Economics Chi Omega MAURICE TRUDEAU 127 Hatfield St. Pawtucket, RI Engineering Sigma Chi 83 NANCY TUCKER 188 West Main St. Westboro, Mass. Home Economics Lambda Delta Phi NANCY TUTTLE 2 Blithe Way Rumford 16, RI Arts Science STUART TUTTLE 2 Blithe Way Rumford 16, RI Business Administration Sigma Chi 8 Live Oaks Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina Engineering Sigma Pi 84 MARIA VISCO 252 Holmes St. Belleville, NJ Arts Science Alpha Delta Pi ROBERT VOTTA 6141 2 Charles St. Providence, RI Arts Science MARTIN WAITZ 73-31 1 36th St. Flushing 67, NY Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi ELIAS WAKEEM Fahoure St. Damascus, Syria Engineering SALLY WAKEFIELD Lower College Rd. Kingston, RI Arts Science Alpha Xi Delta DANIEL WALSH NADINE WALSH 19 Gay St. Providence, RI 240 Eastwood Ave. Providence, RI Business Administration Home Economics Delta Zeta Phi Kappa Theta DOROTHY WARCHOl 33 Orchard Dr. Cumberland, RI Arts Science Delta Delta Delta STEPHEN WARREN 56 Windermere Way Warwick, RI Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha ELIZABETH WALTON 547 Kingstown Rd. Peace Dale, RI Home Economics Sigma Kappa BETTY WEAVER North Rd. Shannock, RI Arts Science Alpha Delta Pi EARLENE WEISS 26 Clearwater St. Warwick, RI Dental Hygiene SHERRY WELLS Woodland Rd. Foxboro, Mass. Dental Hygiene LINDA WELSHMAN 215 Calaman Rd. Cranston, RI Arts Science Sigma Kappa MICHAEL WERNER 216 Reservoir Ave. Middletown, RI Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon JOHN WEST 202 Alabama Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science 86 LYNN WHITTON 9 Clearland Rd. Syosset, NY Am Science Sigma Delta Tau EDWARD WILBUR 180 Summit St. East Providence, RI Engineering CAROLYN WILKIE R. F. D. 1 Box 590 North Attleboro, Mass. Arts Science Delta Delta Delta PRISCILLA WILLIAMS Steere St. Harrisville, RI Home Economics Delta Zeta NANCY WILLIAMSON 86 Owen Ave. Pawtucket, RI Nursing 87 GLENN WOODBURY 87 Marianna St. Lynn, Mass. Arts Science Lambda Chi Alpha HENDRIK WORKMAN 45 Radcliffe Ave. Providence, RI Arts Science Sigma Pi PAUL WRAGG Black Rock Rd. West Warwick, RI Am Science Sigma Nu REGINA WROBLEWSKI 216 Sunset Ave. Newark, NJ Home Economics STEPHEN WUJCIK ROBERT YOUNG ROBERT ZOMPA 158 Hope St. Cumberland, RI 391 Westminster Rd. 286 Kearney St. Cranston, RI Arts Science Phi Kappa Theta Rockville Center, NY Arts Science Alpha Epsilon Pi Arts Science Chi Phi SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Row 1 — 1. to r.: Visco, M., Secretary; Pohlut, D., Social Chairman; Row 2 — 1. to r.: Dattore, G., President; Mancini, V., Vice Pres.; Andrews, R., Treasurer. 89 . . . SPRING TRACK, 1962 . . . . . . the team had an outstanding season in 1962, finishing second in the Yankee Confer- ence Championships . . . there were dual meet victories over Northeastern, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Brown . . . Rhody had the two best pole vaulters in New England in Bob Patton and John Gonsalves . . . Bob set a new URI record of 14 feet V4 inch while winning the New England Intercollegiate Champion- ships ... he also won the Yankee Conference Championship . . . Gonsalves won the Brown meet setting a new Brown field record . . . Bob Marshall set a new URI record in the javelin ... as a whole the team was outstanding and everything points to a successful 1963 sea- son . . . . . . best season since tennis was initiated at URI . . . won 9 and lost only 1 match . . . 1962 state champions and second in the Yankee Con- ference Championships . . . won every dual match in the Conference play . . . team was led by Captain Barry Emanuel — second ranked player in the Yankee Conference . . . . . . TENNIS, 1962 . . . 94 Captain Ken Conte led Rhody to a 7 and 1 season in intercol- legiate competition . . . finished second in the Yankee Confer- ence and second in the New England Championships . . . Joe Porter was outstanding in com- petition . . . other lettermen were A1 Deutscher, Lee Karof- sky, Gary Leteicq, Jerre Pease, and Dennis Quine . . . 95 BASEBALL 1962 . . . . . . early season pitching was sharp . . . Ricereto and Cronin were the mainstays of the pitching corps . . . lost a couple of tough ones to Brown and P.C. but finished fourth in the Yankee Con- ference . . . Pat Stark looks for a strong year in 1963 and improvements all around . . . 1 rrr I 97 . . . SAILING, 1962 . . . . . . team led by Captain Gary Winslow to Yankee Regatta championships . . . Focole " B” Champions for 1962 . . . took fourth place in the N. E. Dinghy Championship at the Coast Guard Academy . . . Morton, Frisella, and Lyons scored well throughout the season . . . Rhody has one of the top sailing teams in New England . . . FALL SP CROSS . . . harriers had a successful season . . . defeated Con- necticut, a periennial power . . . Captain Bob Lund was the mainstay of the team . . . Bob won just about every dual meet and took third place in the Yankee Confer- ence Championships ... he also finished fifth in the N. E. Intercollegiate Championships . . . two other seniors paced the team, Ernie Drew and Bill DiBattista . . . while Marshall Gerstenblat, Pete Chamberlain, and George Jacques played important roles . . . 100 COUNTRY 101 . . . Rhody had a relatively strong season, winning five games and losing four ... it was only their second year of competition ... the highlight of the season was the victory over a strong Brandeis University club . . . this year’s rookies will build a strong team next year . . . 102 SOCCER 104 ... at half-time ... no rest for the weary . . . . . . watch . . . and wait . . . . . . from Northeastern — a shutout . . . ... the defense can be tight . . . 105 107 ... so near . . . and then . . . . . . strong, but not enough . . . . . . from Homecoming . . . ... an only score . . . UMass was really tough . . . we lacked the speed . . . they didn’t . . . 42-8 but . . . down, not out . . . 108 . . . Coach Chironna . . . man behind the men . . . ... a long way from home . . . Track PM . . . indoor season was unsettled . . . Rhody scheduled a triangu- lar meet with Columbia and UConn . . . decisively won by URI . . . Rhody also participated in the K of C Games in Boston and New York, BAA Meet, NAAU Meet, and the IC4A Games . . . the varsity relay team did well in all meets . . . the team now looks towards a suc- cessful outdoor season . . . Wrestling . . . second opened with the loss of many of last year’s wrestlers . . . the new comers filled in many of the spaces left by graduation ... 123 pound weight class had no one — an automatic five point forfeiture in every meet . . . this often spelled the difference between a win and a loss ... no losses due to graduation this year point to a more successful sea- son next year according to coach Maack . . . . . . Rhody opened its season against Brandeis ... we received a real scare from a real small team . . . blew a first half lead but clutch shoot- ing from Denny McGovern sparked a late surge . . . Lee and Logan led Rhody ' s scorers and this was a forecast of things to come . . . Miami ' s Hurricanes blew into Kingston for the second home tilt of the young season . . . this nationally ranked team had a few big guns . . . left UR I in their wake, 88-80 . . . Steve Chubin scored 21 points for a losing cause . . . against Northeast- ern Rhody pulled out a 54-52 squeeker over the previously undefeated team . . . the fourth game of the season was against Fordham . . . the fired- up Rams from Kingston pulled one of the big upsets in winning 74-71 . . . 117 m?amH - RHODE iSLfcHl ' BOXmC k£le» f “» . . . Rhody met Brown for the first game of the home and home series . . . both teams were at full strength . . . as close a game as possible . . . Chubin, 22 points, and Nightingale, 19 points led Rhody in a 63-62 losing battle ... in their second meeting Rhody prevailed 86- 72 . . . Chubin and Mulfinger really shone ... for their second trip to the Garden in two years the Rams drew a tough assignment . . . Manhattan was just too much, winning. 88-82 . . . the first Yankee Conference game was against Maine at Kingston . . . Rhody led all the way for its first conference triumph . . . Logan played brilliantly . . . tossed for thirty points . . . Chubin and Lee had 24 and 19 respectively . . . 118 ... as the season progressed the Rams became stronger . . . rolled over the con- ference opposition, losing only to Massa- chusetts and Connecticut . . . along the Rhody had victories over UNH, St. John’s, Colgate, and Georgetown . . . lost a couple of tough ones to Arizona State and PC . . . the Calverlymen fin- ished 15-11 . . . second best mark in four years . . . I : 120 121 . . . Captain of the Rams, Bob Logan came into his own as a ball player this season . . . pro- vided the spark and determina- tion when it was needed . . . Frank Nightingale started the season slowly but picked up that added something ... he is a real asset to have on a team ... re- bounded with the tallest of the nation’s best . . . Ronnie Roth- stein provided the needed spark in the backcourt ... the firey ball handler kept the team on the goat all times . . . Denny McGovern, until his loss due to scholastic difficulties, was one of the best sixth men seen in this area in a long time ... his re- turn next year will be anxiously awaited . . . 122 . . . Charlie Lee was destined for a better year than last, probably the best of any player on the team . . . here again scholastic woes beset the team and Charlie was lost at semester break . . . even with the loss of these two key men Rhody played with the same determination and spirit . . . Denny Dillon and company filled ably . . . last but not least, Steve Chubin . . . Steve scored 510 points this season, finishing among the top six scorers for one season in Rhody’s history ... he made All-Conference, All New England, and NCAA District I honors ... he may well go on to be one of the top Rhody scorers of all time . . . next year promises to be a bigger and better one with everyone returning except Logan . . . 124 125 127 128 . . . and Softball . . . 129 130 . . . Women’s Sailing Team . . . ... the fall season drew to a close with an increase in both membership and spirit. The group, com- posed of Gail Cotter, Carol Kenney, Judy Sullivan, Bonnie Kreies, Sue Crawford, Sally Lambert, Ade- line Trainor, and Gail Stevens, sailed in four out the four scheduled regattas finishing with two firsts, one second, and one third. URI, one of the twelve New England schools having membership in the Women’s Intercollegiate Sailing Association, placed first among these twelve for the fall season. Judy Sullivan, a freshman, re- ceived the honor of being named the top skipper for the season . . . Row 1 — I. to r. : Ellis, P., Sailing Coach-Advisor; Kenney, C., Co-ordinator; Crawford, S., Treasurer; Cotter, G., Liason; Trainor, A. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Cox, A., Krebs, B., Lambert, S., Sullivan, J. Field Hockey . . . seven houses participated in this year’s Intra- mural Tournament. All games took place at the new Women’s Hockey Field at the rear of Wood- ward Hall. The tournament itself was conducted under double elimination rules and the eventual winning team was that representing Lambda Delta Phi . . . . . . the Interhouse Tennis Tournament officially started on Monday, October 15, with a qualifying practice round. The matches took place during the rest of October and the beginning of November at the E. R. courts. The winning housing unit was Tri-Delt, winning both the singles and doubles tournaments. Mary Lou Sylvester is the current singles cham- pion and the team of Ellen Dierks and Jan DiRienzo, the doubles cham- pions . . . . . . Tennis . . . 133 .Women’s Athletic Association... . . . WAA offers a variety of opportunities to every Co-Ed enabling them to participate in sports activities of their choice. Each women student is a member of the association and she is represented by a chosen member of her housing unit. In order to promote and conduct a variety of sports and dance activities that will reach every women student in the university, WAA sponsors a wide range of Intramural, Inter- collegiate, and Co-Recreational sports activities as well as Orchesis and other special projects . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Lawton. J., Presi- dent; Moses, D.. Vice President; Dal- ton. D., Secretary; Flynn, M., Lougee, L., Berube. A., Midwood, M., Hazen, S. Row 2 — I. to r.: Bruno, C., Coutant, J., Cragan, M., Eddy, S., Beaton, K., Pelkus, R., Stewart, K., Griffin, S. L., Morton, J., Weinberg, P., Melaragno, L. . . . Fencing . . . and . . . Orchesis . . . the field of dance is opened when, as freshmen, the girls participate in dance classes learning the basic skills. From these classes interested girls may join Orchesis. Junior Orchesis is the be- ginning workshop which is open to all, while Senior Orchesis is the performing group which gives annual recitals and workshops throughout the state . . . 135 137 . . . An exciting year at Alpha Chi was induced by the purchase of the Keaney house. Twenty new pledges participated with the sisters in the annual car wash. The social activity was completed with a Christmas party with Lambda Chi and the pledge formal. Sue Johnson served as President of Panhell . . . . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . f ? f I I 139 140 Pi Our highest ideal is that of scholarship, but along with this we realize the importance of frater- nal bonds and everlasting friendships which will always be ours in future years. Whether it be the lively chanting of " String Along” during Rush, the closer acquaintances made with our profs during the " Apple Polishing Tea,” or our annual Ladd School Christmas Party with Chi Phi, the A.D.Pi’s work together with co-operation and enthusiasm. Although the years pass quickly at URI, mem- ories do not. Graduation does not mean the end, but only the beginning of a lifelong affiliation with " the oldest secret society for college women” — Alpha Delta Pi. . . . A E Phi had one of its busiest years since it came to campus two years ago. Both the actives and the pledges partici- pated in both philanthropic and campus activities. Pledges collected food and toys at Christmas for needy families. The sisters stuffed animals for Lakeside Home. There were the rallies and house sports . . . 143 Alpha Xi Delta . . . 1963 was a successful year in Alpha Xi. Rushing with much enthusiasm, we garnered twenty-four pledges — a new high. One of our newest projects this year has been selling lunches at the dorms on Saturdays and this seems to have made a hit with everyone. On the activities scene we placed first in the rallies competition and second in field hockey and volleyball while still maintaining good scholarship . . . 144 . . . Chi Omega . . . . . . Another great year for Chi Omega was topped by winning the highly coveted scholarship trophy for the third consecutive year and taking it out of circulation. Twenty new pledges and their parents were honored at the Pledge Parents’ Tea in December. Compensating for the elimination of Homecoming floats this year, Chi O constructed a lawn display for the alums. Jan Lawton held a duel presidency, Chi Omega and WAA. Participation in rallies concluded with an amazing raid by the pledges. There was the rewarding philanthropic project at Ladd School and the Christmas party with Crag as Santa. . . . . . Tri Delta began the year by pledging nineteen girls. Although the house is still in its infant stage here, it again proved itself to be an intrical part of the campus community. They partici- pated in the launching of the Trident and offered an excellent act in the Pan- hell Quonset show. There were the tra- ditional house parties including the pansy party and the pine party and the annual pledge project, the shoe shine, by which the U.R.I. shoe population be- comes spotless . . . TR DENT 148 . . . Delta Delta Delta . . . 149 150 . . . Delta Zeta . . . . . . Twency-nine pledges ended a successful rush season for DZ. Again the whole campus enjoyed the annual spaghetti supper. The house sponsored the Mother-Daughter banquet, the pledge formal, and the Christmas Party. Campus activities were many as Judy Jones served as President of AWS, several DZ’s served on the editorial staff of the GRIST . . . 151 152 . . . Lambda Delta Phi . . . . . . Philanthropic obligations were fulfilled by the Thanksgiving and Christmas parties at Ladd School and by the visits to Mann House. The house copped the second place prize in the door display contest. House parties included the Christmas party for thirty-four new pledges, the foreign students’ tea, the Halloween party, May Parents’ Day, and the Pledge Formal. The year was made complete by campus activities in the University Theatre and the Quonset party . . . 3£atub6a Dell a Dhi 19 6 2 . . . Sigma Delta 154 Tau . . . Sue Mandell became Home- coming Queen. For the second successive year SDT brought home the Panhell Scholarship Improvement Cup. Pledging of twenty-five girls was followed by pledge raids and house par- ties. There were rallies, house sports, Greek Week . . . 155 . . . Sigma Kappa . . . . . . Sigma’s spirit was not dam- aged by the effect of a flooded house after Christmas vacation. They moved in after a few days in the dorms and continued with campus and house activi- ties. Spring semester brought initiation, the annual May Breakfast, the Open House tea, and house parties. Angie Vigli- otti completed a very successful term as President . . . 156 . . . Interdorm Council Executive Board . . . . . . Panhellenic Council . . . ... the Panhellenic Council is the governing body for inter-sorority re- lations. There are two delegates from each sorority who work to- gether to formulate rules and regu- lations for sorority rushing. During the year, they sponsor a Pen-Hel Work Day included as a part of MERC week. They co-sponsor soror- ity-fraternity sing and publish a pan- hellenic booklet for freshmen rush Row 1 — I. to r.: Johnson, S., President; Aronson, M., Vice President; Giroux, V., Treasurer; Oxley, L., Publicity Chairman. Row 2 — I. to r. : Pierson, D., Smith, N., Packer, E., Bagnoll, C., Davis, G., Moses, D. Row 3 — 1. to r : Gillespie, J., Davidson, A., Soares, J., Lintlop, L. 1 158 159 160 Hall . . . and . . . Bressler . . . 161 ba . . . Tucker Hall . . . 1 164 165 MEN’S RESIDENCES 167 . . . although founded primarily as a social organization, Alpha Epsilon Pi still finds time to uphold scholarship and campus obli- gations. But happily we can look back upon the highlights of the social season, and the usefulness of the " armory " with a great deal of satisfaction and pleasure. Now that we again have a home, the future looks brighter and brighter . . . . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . 169 . . . Beta Psi Alpha . . . 170 171 Chi Phi . . . in the Spring of 1962, the oldest fraternity on campus, Rho Iota Kappa, was installed as the Rho Iota Kappa chapter of Chi Phi Fraternity, one of the oldest national brotherhoods in the country. In the following months the new fraternity proceeded to take its rightful place on campus by winning the Homecoming Lawn Display competition and the Model United Nations Debate. Participation also extended to the field of sports as Chi Phi placed second in the Intramural football league. Consonant with the Fraternity’s scholastic ideals, the academic average of the house was the second highest of the men’s social fraternities, making this the third year in succession in the top three academically. New as the fraternity is, it still retains the fifty year old tradi- tions of the Nut House Ball, the Spring Picnic, and the Spring and Fall Formals. Chi Phi looks forward to a future of success and service to the University, and prospects for the coming year are bright as evidenced by the pledging of twenty-eight new pledges . . . 173 . . . Lambda Chi Alpha . . . . . . the Lambda Chis have had another great year. Harry’s back and so are his leadcakes. Mrs. M. also made it back for the year — what a change — no more cage rattling or Friday night horror shows. Thanks to Ue and his committee the house scholarship has gone up and is still climbing. Leo, Rabbitt, Sam, and company brought home another Open Bowling League championship while Wedge and Keatsie are still the badminton champs. The floorboard five are moving right along with a full head of steam, and no one can stop them. Let’s not forget those parties! The Ranch Dance is back along with the Sweetheart Dance, Pledge and Spring Formals. Last but not least, how about those " swinging” dry Vic dances . . . 175 176 yhi fflamma Della Unfucrsily }iho4c Aslant) ... the brothers of Kappa Rho chapter of Phi Gamma Delta look back at the year 1962-1963 with a feeling of accomplishment, pride and joy. We started off the year right with an announcement from our national that we were among the top ten chapters in the nation. The fall social season found us rocking out at our annual Purple Garter Ball, the Segalini Special, the Magner Mash, and the Godfray Gasser, Mrs. Wertz’s Christmas Party was one of the best we’ve known and undoubtedly Heathcliff’s Birthday Party was great fun — especially after his age was determined by majority vote. The FIJI ' S came to forefront of the campus late in December in an attempt to save the Watson House, URI’s oldest structure and the first home of Phi Gam in Kingston. Dr. Carl R. Woodward, president emeritus of URI and a loyal FIJI, headed the drive which realized over twenty thousand dollars in one short month. The chapter average rose in the first semester — for the eighth straight time in a row — and the Fox and his boys brought the Intramural bowling trophy home to Fijiland. The Fiji Islander and the Pledge Formal were the hits of the second semester social season along with the many impromptu mashes . The Norris Pig Dinner brought our alumni back to " rehash” the good old days with all the undergrads. As spring approached — graduation inevitable — the Fiji ' s prepared to lose the outside world many of the colorful seniors who have been a part of Kappa Rho. We know that H.N., God, Eric, J.B., Sancho, T.D., Murph, Bubbles Denny, B.N.B. Pushcart, Happy and Pledge Faltii will all miss Mrs. Wertz, our devoted housemother, who has given so much of herself in making Fijiland such a fine home. Phi Gamma Delta is pleased with its progress and its opportunity to serve URI, but, even more, we are exceptionally proud of the close brotherhood and friendship that Kappa Rho instills in its members. Phi Gamma Delta is not for the college days alone, and Kappa Rho is a living example . . . BICMJWO MOUD CARLTON P1NMEIRO RICHARD TOUGAS RAYMOND PEIRCE JERRE PEASE OAYlD HARTLEY STEPHEN NLUCIK phi appa rhc|, a llniucrsil‘4 of -Uiodc ilslami RO0E»rr SAfcOCOSO WK.UAM MOSS JOSEPH ANCONA hOx«A«C MAL ERIC OS’ER®€»G 179 . . . although only two years old Phi Sigma Delta has shown that it is here to stay. Placing third in scholarship among the fraternities has done much to enhance our stature academically, while socially our activities have been very successful. Each new accomplish- ment helps to further the ideals which we believe to be important. Phi Sigma Delta looks to the future . . . lllli Sigma 9 ell a A, HARVEY FISHMAN STEPHEN E.GREENE JOHNS COHEN GUY H WOLF II ROBERT M ERNSTOFF . . . although only two years old Phi Sigma Delta has shown that it is here to stay. Placing third in scholarship among the fraternities has done much to enhance our stature academically, while socially our activities have been very successful. Each new accomplish- ment helps to further the ideals which we believe to be important. Phi Sigma Delta looks to the future . . . . . . the old saying " you can’t judge a book by its cover” is exemplified by Nu Eta chapter. Although one of the oldest houses on campus, Nu Eta is still one of the tops in per- sonal and activities. The house last year maintained third place in both Intramurals and in Scholarship, while winning the Intercollegiate Trophy for combined athletics and scholarships. The social season was highlighted by the Pledge Dance, Homecoming Dance, the Fiesta and Picnic. Phi Mu was indeed proud to co-sponsor a Christmas party for the local or- phanages with Delta Zeta. In another year Nu Eta chapter will be boasting the newest and most modern house in the Phi Mu Delta circle. The ground has just recently been broken for a new $280,000 house . . . 182 Phi Mu Delta 183 l?h i Sigma $lappa 184 f . Sxl; U V I tf 187 . . . Sigma Chi . . . ... the Seniors who have left us will never forget the memorable events of the year: Homecoming, with its great turnout; the Sweetheart Ball, full of nostalgia and beautiful girls; the Barbary Coast Ball, again the highlight of the Spring social season; the Derby, with its " brawn against brawn;” the Turkey Bowl game and triumphant brothers once again. All this has been against a background of Rhody’s increasing spirit, campus expansion, Union activities, and intensified curriculums. All this along with Ma Thornley, the cold winter decks, the newly- planted, newly-trampled grass, slow-motion foot- ball, and the Twist. " Chair!” " Telephone!” " It’ll never get off the ground!” " Study hours! " " Pledge!” " Line call! " None of this will be forgotten by those who were a part of it for so long. 6 189 190 ... in the past year we have seen our scholarship rise to new heights and we have become the runners-up in the In- tramural Trophy competition in ath- letics. The White Rose Formal, Pledge Formal, Sprnig Weekend, and the var- ious banquets made the social season the success that it was . . . . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . . . . The past academic year was Sig Ep ' s first full year at URI. During this period the Sig Eps revealed stark determination to overcome the adversity of be- ing a new group and produced glimpses of what can be a glorious and rewarding future. Sigma Phi Epsilon placed high in the volley ball intramurals and while not producing the same results in other sports the fraternity is hopeful of a better showing in the future. One high point for Sig Ep was a very excellent showing in the Greek Week festivities. Sig Ep was one of six fraternities to par- ticipate in the inter-house sing and later placed second in the annual chariot race. One chariot, built and designed by our first pledge class also won title to first place for best looking. Sig Ep highlighted its social season with its tradi- tional Sweetheart Ball. This formal occasion was en- lightened by the crowning of the Sig Ep Sweetheart. During the football season Sig Ep produced one of the most flamboyant floats ever produced for a rally and the float was subsequently requested by the Blue Key to represent URI in the Homecoming parade. At present, Sig Ep is situated at 40 Fortin Road in a house rented from Dr. and Mrs. Pease. The Brotherhood is hopeful of soon building a new house 192 on Fraternity Row . . . ... the house at 99 Upper College Road moved into the 1962-63 school year with great vigor ! ! A new coat of white paint and a freshly seeded lawn made people living there look up and be proud that Sigma Pi exists at the University of Rhode Island. The Fraternity’s activities in spreading Christmas cheer for last year was something new for the local chapter. Participating for the first time in the Fraternity-Sorority sponsored parties for under-privi- ledged children, Sigma Pi held a party for 20 young- sters from Ladd School. The brotherhood enjoyed the experience so much that this event may well be- come an annual event for us in future years. Also new was our housemother. Mrs. Charlotte Niven, Sigma Pi’s housemother for twelve years, re- tired at the end of the ' 62 school year. After a sum- mer’s search, the c hapter found Mrs. Isabelle Hickey from the University of Connecticut. Mrs. Hickey is doing an exceptional job and Alpha-Upsilon is more than satisfied with her. The strength in numbers of Sigma Pi continued at its planned normal level — 50. No plans are afoot to enlarge this number because we have found a house of fifty large enough to function properly and still retain the quality of brotherhood. Scholastically, the chapter showed an increase in its quality point average for the third successive year. At mid-year, the Q.P. average levelled off at about 2.4 This figure was higher than both the all men’s and all fraternity average. The past year has shown Sigma Pi to grow . . . both scholastically, and socially. We at Alpha-Upsilon look for this growth to continue in the time to come . . . . . . Sigma Pi . . . 195 rrn tlau Epsilon i 19 ® 63 Uttiucrsilq of Phoiic Aslant) 196 . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . 197 . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . 198 199 200 . . . Theta Chi... ... no one can deny the leadership, influence, and accomplishments of the members of Thets Chi. In the past year we were active in all phases of campus activity and were the proud recipients of the Top Achievement Award and the IFC Improvement Award. We, as a fraternity, have our traditions and our annual functions. The fall social season is high- lighted by Homecoming, the Pledge Formal, and the Underprivileged Children’s Christmas Party; while Paddy Murphy ' s Wake and the Beaux Arts Ball are dusted off each spring . . . 202 . . . Browning Hall . . . 203 . . . Butterfield Hall . . . 204 . . . Inter-Fraternity Council . . . 0 IT U Ini n | A i If ¥ m 1 ■ ' . r -» 7 ;¥ ... the IFC is the governing body for the fraternities on campus, and as such promotes cooperation among the fraternities, and formulates the rules and procedures for Rushing and Pledging. IFC also acts as the judging body in event of university or IFC rules infractions by any fraternity. Its membership consists of two representatives from each fraternity, and their activities include Homecoming displays, IFC Con- vention, publication of the Rush Brochure, production of Greek Week, and the coordination of many other fraternity events . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Masso, T., President; Kullberg, G., Treasurer; Bumpus, B., Kearns, T., Saabye, A., Rocchio, J. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Ancona, J. Soule, T„ Northup, W„ Danielian, C., Tello, J., Walz, R„ Wolf, M„ Levitan, A., Paliutta. J. Row } — 1. to r.: Congdon, C., Virgapamo, P., Tyszkowsky, R., Conboy, T., Robinson, H., DeFawti, M., Heelan, J., DiGrado, H. . . . Inter-Hall Council . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Lambert, D., Chairman; Hey wood, R., Secretary; Casey, N., Rowley, J., Miller, S. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Carlsten G., Boudreau, K., Parmentier, A., O ' Callaghan, D., Sargent, G. . . . composed of the elected officers of each men’s residence hall, the council coodinates all the activities for the residence halls and as such provides a means of governing the dormi- tory student. This year the council has been instrumental in rewriting and reorganizing its constitution and in planning activities strictly for students residing in dorms . . . 207 . . . Governing . . . Junior Class Officers . . . . . . Freshmen Class Officers . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Duffy, P., Secretary; Potter, N., Advisor; Dalton, D , Social Chairman. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Florio, W., President; Yaghoobian, C., Treasurer; Hitchen, J., Vice President. Row 1 — 1. to r.: DiBiasio. A., President; Rcmenelli, R., Vice Presi- dent. Row 2 — 1. to r.: McDowell, Secretary; Gonsalves, J., Treasurer; Capozza, M. . . . Sophomore Class Officers . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Vallone, M., Secretary; Teague, J., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Ziemski, S., President; Caroselli, E., Social Chairman; Sculco, F., Vice President. Bodies Row 1 — I. to r.: Jones, J., President; Packer, E., Vic e Presi- dent; Duffy, P., Secretary; Robbins, G., Treasurer; Gerstein, M. , Helsel, M., Aronson, M. Rcw 2 — 1. to r. : Gillespie, J., Brynes, E., Davis, G., Johnson, S., Whitton, L., McDowell, N. , Craijan, M., Villa, C., Pelchat, J., Bassett, S. Row 3 — 1. to r. : Pacheco, A., Coletta, J., Berthiaume, S., Cofoni, S., Pelletier, C., Vidler, R., Kenney, C., Cutter, A.. Flynn, M. Row 4 — I. to r.: Gcncarelli. M., Eisaman, B., Dalton, D., Rapp, C., Hayward, J., Winslow, H., Krebs, B., Morrow, L., Russo, M. . . . ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTE . . . . . . AWS is the governing body for women students on the URI campus. It is responsible for the initiation and for the enforcement of the rules and regu- lations which are published in the Blue Book. Every undergraduate woman is a member and as such is represented on the council composed of representatives from all women ' s housing units and the major campus organizations on campus. AWS coordinates many varied programs and activities which have become an ac- capted part of campus life. Numbered among these are MERC week, the Open House program, socials for the Foreign Students, the Junior Counselor program for incoming freshman women, and the Afternoon of Music featuring outstand- ing talent from all parts of Rhode Island . . . 209 . . . Student Senate . . . Carolyn Miller, Senator, and Stephen Rosenberg, Senate president. 210 . . . one of the main issues taken up by the Senate this past year was the revision of the Senate constitution. The group also dis- cussed any activities of students of other colleges that pertain to URI as well as all issues regard- ing student activities on this campus . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Russo, M., Chairman; Bourck, E., Jones, J., Vigliotti, A. Packer, E. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Berthiaume, S., Pohlut, D., Helsel, M., Whitton, L., Aronson, M., Stone, C., Oxley, L . . . Judicial Board . . . . . . composed of women students elected by AWS, judicial board is the regulatory body of the women on campus. Formed to assist individuals to make satisfactory adjustments to campus life the Board helps girls under- stand the reasons behind the rules and regulations and issues reminders to enforce them. The Board meets each week to discuss with the girls enfring- ments of the rules. Also, the members go to the dorms to discuss informally any problems women students may have . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Smith, J., Pohlut, D., Romanelli, R., Hickey, L., Chairman; Visco, M., Secretary; Rider, W., Cotter, G. . . . The Union Board of Directors . . . ... the Union Board of Directors is the policy mak- ing body of the R. I. Memorial Union. The Board is composed of four (4) Councils which work in the areas of Leadership Training, Research Evalua- tion, Public Relations, and Personnel. There are seven Union Committees under the Board of Directors which present a varied and inter- esting program of activities. They cover a wide range of interest, from the Union Dances to the Annual Ski Trip. Participation in Union Activities provides an op- portunity to make new friends and to enrich your college years . . . 4 Row 1 — 1. to r. : Zaroogian, P., Cragan, M., Thomason, R., Radio, M., Shuster, D., Zybura, E. . . . Union Committee Chairmen . . . 214 Row 1 — I. to r.: Indyk, M., President; Kayatta, A., Vice President; Rupacz, C., Secretary; Cardinali, R., Treasurer. . . . MEN’S COMMUTER’S ASSOCIATION . . . . . . Women’s Commuter’s Association Executive Board . . . 216 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Knerr, F., Secretary; Fultyn, M., Chairman; Cloutier, M., President; Hickey, P., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Rasberry, A., Burbank, B., Stevens, Kelvin, M., MacDonald, S., Psencik, M., Andrukiewicz, A. Professional Row 1 — I. to r.: Gibeault, V., President; Hicks, B., Vice President; Kenyon, S., Secretary; McKenna, J., Treasurer; Manfredi, C., Gardiner, H. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Cowley, V., Elliot, W., Hogan, M., Hirst, P. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Ogot, P., Walsh, J., Anthony, B., Clapham, A., Weissmuller, W., Smart, E., Donnelly, D., Manocchio, R., Taber, R., Etgen, W., Advisor. . . . Aggie Club . . . . . . URI Showmans Club . . . . . . promoting the art and science of judging and showing livestock and livestock products is the ulti- mate objective of the Aggie Showmen. Each year they sponsor a Dairy Products Judging team. Dairy Cattle Judging team, and Poultry Judging team which then compete with the top teams from each of the other northeastern colleges . . . R ow 1 1. to r. : Weissmuller, W., President; Elliot, W., Secretary; Etgen, W., Advisor; Berousek, E., Advisor. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Hogan, M., Hourihan, J., Hicks, B., McKenna, J., Treasurer; Crowley, V., Taber, R. 217 . . . Soil Conversation Society . . . . . . formed to interest students in the conservation of soil and con- servation of water through soil con- servation, this club belongs to the national organization, The Soil and Water Conservation Society of America. During the year they ini- tiated a program for the Agricul- tural Club to educate the members in phases of conservation. They also sponsored competitive essay contests for Rhode Island High School students on soil conservation. To gain further knowledge and ideas the group attends regional meetings of the society where they come in contact with local professional peo- ple .. . Row 1 — I. to r. : Gibcault, V., Secretary-Treasurer; Donnelly, D., President; Kenyon, S., Vice President. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Bell, R., Advisor; Clapham, A., Regan, J., Lanowy, R., Manfredi, C. . . . sharing common interests within the college of Home Economics, the mem- bers use these interests for personal and professional growth. During the past year, they have had among their activities a Ladd School project in which they worked with those who will be going out to work and an Old Age Project during which they visited the Watson Convalescent Home for six weeks. They also held a Silver Tea to raise funds for the International Scholarship fund and gave a reception for the new Dean of Home Economics, Dean Downing. Again, this year they success- fully held their Mum sale for Homecoming . . . Home Economics Club . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Hendry, S., Treasurer; Dexter. K., Vice President; Villa, J„ Kalustian, M., Lepore, C., Brown, C., Gremour, S., Bradshaw, N., Douglas, C„ President; Wing, A., Secretary. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Dierks, E„ Fairbrother, J„ Bubier, M„ Barrett J. Riley, L., Jones, D. 218 . . . Accounting Associaiton . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Rcnzi, R., President; Levy, B., Vice President; Holbrook, T. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Kornher, G., Cummings, K., Vangemeersch, R., Helm, R., Treasurer; Archambault, J., Secretary; Pearce, W., Kullberg, G., Godfrey, T., Fish, R., Kampner, J., Ballou, T., Goodwin, W., Newman, C., Fishman, H. . . . Alpha Delta Sigma . . . ... as the National Professional Advertising Fraternity, Alpha Delta Sigma attempts to create interest in advertising as a profession. The beginner is introduced to all the various problems which may arise. The fraternity again this year put out the semester social calendars and blotters which were distributed during registration. As a special activity this year, they distributed the URI-RIC Referendum buttons . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Swider, E., President; Greenstein, J., Vice President; Raisner, M., Secretary; Anes, R., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r. ; Sadwin, L., Mignone, S., Bordas, R., Jordan, R., Botvin, M. 219 . . . American Marketing Association . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Levine, E., Glasshoffer, L., Anderson, G. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Wiener, F., Advisor; Cookinham, J. . . . Society for the Advancement of Management . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Sorterup, K., President; Testa, M., Vice Harrison, D., Nicolella, D., Johnson, E., Digrado, H., Phil- President; Sabatini, V., Secretary; Roberto, R., Treasurer. ippi, E., Anderson, J. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Przybala, K., Botelho, F., Tucker, J., 220 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Panek, J., President; Sarellis, A., Recording Secretary; Sen. Rep. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Merrill, B., Edwards, P., Ehrieks, J., Iacobucci, Gentes, J., Corresponding Secretary; Arsenault, H., Treasurer; Ashulkian, S., R., James, P., DiQuinzio, De., Horovitz, M., Fletcher, K., Roy, P. . . . American Pharmaceutical Association . . . . . . Kappa Psi . . . . . . Beta Epsilon chapter of Kappa Psi professional phar- maceutical fraternity . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Ashukian, S., Treasurer; Arsenault, R., Advisor. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Steinke, J., Secretary; H., President; Morgan, R., Kayaha, A. Row 2 — I. Iacobucci, R. to r.: Johnson, R., James, P., Iacobucci, R., Gerraughty, Row 1 — 1. to r. : Ehrichs, J., President; Sarellis, A., Vice President; Gentes, J., Secretary; Panek, J., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Merill, B., Shea, J., Hoovitz, M., Cloutier, M., Roy, P., Calderone, D. . . . Lambda Kappa Sigma . . . . . . Professional pharmaceutical sorority . . . . . . Chemistry Society . . . ... to stimulate greater interest in chemistry, the Chemistry So- ciety showed films, held lectures, and planned field trips to large industrial plants and other places of interest. They also strove to develop closer undergraduate, graduate and faculty relations. The society i s an affiliated chap- ter of the American Chemical Society . . . : rirTrTTTT 7» ' T rryi-TT t ' . rT ' tT ' mrri T ! Row 1 — 1. to r.: Hopp, President; Gillespie, J., Secretary-Treasurer; Sullivan, B., Soc. Chairman; Southwick, E. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Wenghoefer, H., Freedman, A., Kelvin, P., Soares, J., Collins, L., Chisholm, M., Knowles, N., Chambers, C., Morris, G. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Jamieson, R., Cappuccilli, E., Feit, I., Dressier, M., Lamb F. Ingraham, P., Ricci, V., Farley, G. ...Engineering Council... . . . established in 1939 , the en- gineering council has acted on suggestions and worked on im- proving the aspects necessary for a better engineering program here at the University of Rhode Island. The group coordinates all the activities and events from the various student engineering societies. The membership is comprised of the presidents and elected delegates from the engi- neering societies, along with the Dean of the College of Engineer- ing as an advisor . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Felts, T„ President; Spaziano, R., Treasurer; Laycock, G., Secretary. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Long, K., Gustavson, D., Szelag, T., Tuxbury, N., Nourse, R. . . . American Institute of Chemical Engineers . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Mollo, R., Pullano, W., Secretary; Cipolla, R., President; Romenelli, R., Treasurer; Laycock, G., Vice President; Mikucki, W. 223 Row 1 — 1. to r. : Bibeault, D., President; French, S., 1st Vice President; Stans field, R., 2nd Vice President; Barone, R., Treasurer; Bogart, F., Secretary. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Cressy, A., Flanagan, J., Boick, J., Lawless, W., Newton, A., Hickey, L., Cook, J., Lyon, R. Row 3 — I. to t. : Decoteaux, P., Szelas, T., Peterson, H., O ' Rourke, M., Colavecchio, D., Mikucki, W., Mollo, R., Marshall, R. . . . Society of American Military Engineers . . . . . . American Institute of Industrial Engineers . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Spaziano, R., Presi- dent; Gustavson, D., Vice President; Long, K., Treasurer; Matook, G., Salt- man, G., Stern, T., Danielian, C., Mac- k I 1 i , . 1 . Pi : 224 . . . Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers . . . Row 1 — I. to r. : Nourse, R., Chairma n; Capizzano, S., Vice Chairman; Peirce, R., Treasurer; Tuxbury, N., Szelag, T., Decoteaux, P., Magallanes, C. Row 1 — I. to r.: Felts, T., President; Cardillo, A., Vice President; Guevremont, W. Treasurer; Lagasse, A., Secretary, Gonsalves, J. Row 2 — I. to r.: Dziekiewicz, F , Gregoire, P., Wilson, T., St. Angelo, J., Kennedy, R., Nalbandian, A. Row 3 — 1. to r. ; Aldrich, D., Foland, D., Schultz, L., Henschel, J., Wales, W., Peterson, H., Kindi, J. . . . American Society of Mechanical Engineers . . . 225 Row 1 — 1. to r. : Hopkins, J., President; Robinson, S., Vice President; Snow, R., Treasurer; Lawless, W , Trudeau, M. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Lyon, R., Szczepanek, F., Shaw, R., Congdon, C., Hanchett, R., Cook, J., O ' Rourke, M., Duffy, C. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Saabye A., McCourt, D., Colavecchio, D., Flanagan, J., Jalbert, R., Boick, J., Baron, A. . . . American Society of Civil Engineers . . . . . . Economics Society . . . . . during the past year the Economics Society has entertained speakers from various economic fields. Through informal dis- cussions concerning contemporary economic problems, they have tried to bring greater awareness of matters continually arising on the municipal, state, national and international levels . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Acciardo, R., President; Marsella, R., Vice President; Orr., J., Secretary-Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to .r: Rogers, J. M., Cimino, J. P., Del Bonis, J. C., Lahoud, J. H. D. 226 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Baglini, N., President; Soule, T., Vice President; R., Levine, M., Kelaghan, C. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Stuart, L., Ma- Fiddes, J., Secretary; Ohsberg, H., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: comber, W., Gagnon, R., Coulter, W., Narcisco, A. Diani, R., Hofstetter, L., Egan, C., Kelley, D., Port, D., Gilefsky, . . . Insurance Association . . . . . . Math Club . . . Row 1 — • 1. to r.: Gallo, J., Presi- dent; Roth, N., Vice President; Hoops, J., Secretary; Stauffer, J., Advisor; Long, D. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Ashjian, J., Duryea, P., Altman, N., Reese, B.. Greenstein, S., Silva, E.. Habig, S., Barletta, W., Plourde, C., Harootunian, C. Row 3 — 1. to r. : Lachance, T., Caldwell, R., Garth, R., Silber, D., Sylvestre, E., Masuck, W., Ratner, M., Friedman, H. 227 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Bagnall, C., President; Demers. B., Advisor; Hennessey, A., Harrington, M. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Mazmanian, M., Hitchen, J., Reach, M., Perri, P., Treasurer; Heroux, R., Yaghoobian, C. . . . French Club . . . . . . allied with the National French Club, this organization meets on the third Thursday of every month. Their activities include such things as listening to recordings and excerpts from plays. They strive to provide the students with a broader background in speaking and interpreting the language . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Lifrak, S., President; Kenyon, J., Secretary; Barron, R„ Treasurer; McElroy, E., Bilgor, S., Kelly, C. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Garriepy, M., Parry, R., Smith, D., Barletta, W., Foran, J., Zanfagna, D. . . . Psychology Club . . . 228 ■J itv f . A Row 1 — 1. to r.: DiBattista, W., President; Sandler, H., Vice President; Audetter, R., Smith, J., Pearson, J., Hinderstein, W., Goldsmith. Row 4 — James, P., Treasurer; Jackson, J. M., Secretary; Goodwin, K., Panek, J., Tuttle, 1. to r. : Menzi, W., Carpenter, W , Ames, R., Cartier, J., Vinegar, A., Chav- N., Murphy, K. E. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Hicks, B., Motta, J., Ashukian, S., ous, L., Osmolski, V., Gibson, W., Cohen, J., Smith, P., DeFeo, J., Harri- Olney, A., Koetzner, K., Tietjen, J., Duvari, A., Delphin, C., Choi, Y., Koenig, son, R. R., Chase, E., Poher, S. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Kiernan J., Der Marderosian, A., 230 Row 1 — I. to r.: Aronson, S., Company Commander; Clingham, J., Com- pany Executive Officer; Ewing, P., Drill Team Commander; Garcia, H., Adjutant; Horridge, D., Finance and Supply Officer; Katz, D., Pledge Master; Kelsey, J., 1st Sgt. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Richardson, A., Dombrow- sky, T., Marques, S., Operations Officer (s-3); Patterson, T., VanDyke, P. . . . Pershing Rifles . . . . . . this drill team unit has among its activities the saber drill for the Coed Colonel at the Military Ball. They also give an exhibition drll for Miss U. R. I. at the annual spring open house . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Haltenberger, P., Johnson, W., King, D., Ferretti, R., Jacobson, J., Proto, P., Goldstein, A Row 2 — 1. to r.: DePace, P., Verrecchia, A., Palmatier, R., Turner, P., Squade Leader; Cohen, M. 231 Publications . . . the voice of the campus, URI ' s weekly student newspaper includes facts and opinions. The Beacon provides ex- periences in reporting, editing, makeup, photography, business, advertising, and circulation . . . . . . Eric Swider, Editor-in-Chief . . . . . . Steve Mignone, Art Director . . . . . . Margo Materese, Features Editor . . . 232 . . . Pete Cassels, News Editor . . . 233 ... in the past year a great deal of time and effort has been spent in producing a yearbook of which every member of the staff and every student can be justly proud. On these pages many of the staff members are pic- tured, and it is these people and the follow- ing staff members who made this publication possible . . . Business Manager Neal Dye Literary Editor Ken Busby Men’s Residence Editor Dick Cipolla Women’s Residence Editor Judy Aubrey Secretary Stephanie Delfausse Women ' s Sports Editor Men ' s Sports Editor Activities Editor Advertising Editor Senior Pictures Editor Circulation Editor Layout Editor Managing Editor Photographers Barbara Frost Larry Very Lorel Oxley Gene McCaffrey Ellen Five Sandi Molak Pat Hislop Martha Gencarelli John McFarland, Margo Matarese, Mike Klareich, Paul Duryea, Vic Farmer . . . Lorel Oxley, Activities Editor . . . . . . John E. Engstrom, Editor-in-Chief . . . . . . John Duffek, Advisor . . . . . . Grist . . , 234 . Martha Gencarelli, Managing Editor, and Pat Hislop, Layout Editor . . . . Paul Duryea . V . . . Judy Aubrey Women’s Residence Editor . 235 236 ... the student owned and operated radio station features news, music, and special events. Also, it provides training for mem- bers in radio station operations, broadcasting techniques, and technical operations . . . ...New Literary Society... . . . this new society is a combina- tion of the defunct Oracle and Scroll magazines. The name they have chosen, Paradigm, means model or example. Their main purpose is to provide students with a forum for their original literary creations . . . 239 Row 1 — 1. to r. : Lacey, W , President; Paine, P., Treasurer; Caswell, S., Publicity Chairman; Will, R., Director; Jackson, M., Fine, J., Pashalian, J. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Chandler, N., Silva, E., Armitage, D., Tierney, N., Zeek, J., Skonberg, P., Mazmanian, M., Pascog, D., Eddy, R. ACTI . . .the curtain rises four times a year at the University Theater. The program consists of four dramatic productions each year and a musical on alternating years. At their meetings they present experimental one-act plays and work with oral interpretations and dramatic readings. The past year they successfully produced " View from the Bridge, " by Arthur Miller, " Sound for Scandal, " by Sheridan, " Desire Under the Elms, " and " Happy Haven, " by Arden, an American premier of a British play directed by Professor Salnon . . . VITIES... . . . University Theater . . . 241 International Relations Club . . Row 1 — I. to r. : Totten, G., Advisor; Feeley, W , President; Stenhouse, G., Vice President. Row 2 — I. to r. : McCann, J., King, J., Kirkwood, ' D., Batis, G., Marsclla, R., Dannemann, K., Hcmenway, T., Raisncr, F., Dattore, B., O ' Donnell, T. . . . All Nations Club . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. ; Chaubal, M., President; Elias, W., Vice President; Tranh, C., Social Chairman; Jackson, J., Publicity Chairman. Row 2 — 1. to r : Ogot. P., Nalbandian, A., Mugdan, B., Tanenbaum, J., Park, M., Sumer, K., Medora, R., Henry, M. ... to interest themselves and all URI stu- dents in foreign people, places, and situa- tions is the purpose of this organization. To achieve their goal, the club presents speakers who deal with world problems. They have sent delegates to collegiate International Re- lations Clubs conferences and to meetings of World Affairs Council of Rhode Island . . . 1 ill’ 1 i H i If s ■ ■ ' “1 ay J A Wk ' J . . . 4-H Club... . . . strives to increase their members’ participation in agriculture and home-economics programs. Among their activities is the worthwhile 4-H Career Day and the sponsoring of a square dance. They also judge 4-H contests at Rhode Island Junior Leaders Conferences . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Coombs, K., Advisor; Fairbrother, J., Secretary-Treasurer; Powell, J., President. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Hogan, M., Molitor, S., Lepore, C., Man- fredi, C., Harrington, V., Grenour, S., Bubier, M., Brown, C. 243 v r j)UCf tiXUfli oo. -t- 35IMO! NO) No r — uijjo d Jm £V7 . . . now a non-political organ- ization, S. D. A. has continued to strive to stimulate and in- form students as well as to se- cure more academic freedoms. They presented as a part of " Challenge” such discussions as " Sexual Morality and the Twen- tieth Century. " Mike Harring- ton, from the American Social- ist Party, was a guest speaker. Other activities included the sponsoring of Freedom Rides and an investigation of Barber- shop discrimination. As a high- light they published a magazine entitled " Outlook” . . . . . . Students For Democratic Action . . . 245 . . .Young Republicans . . . . . . this new organization on campus is striving to acquaint interested students with the signifi- cant issues of the Republican party and hopes to affiliate with the State Young Republicans. This past fall, they brought several of the Republican candidates here, including Governor Chaffee. These were open meetings in which the candi- dates stated their views and answered any ques- tions asked of them . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Drew, E., President; DelFaussee, S., Vice President; Essex, J., Secretary; O’Neill, J., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Ewing, P., Verrecchia, A., Harrison, R., Advisor. . . . Skin Diving Club . . . . under the direction of Dr. Richard Wood, the skin diving club was organ- ized for the purpose of teaching inter- ested students the use of the snorkel and scuba equipment. They usually hold two " wet” meetings a month. Various un- derwater skills are taught by advanced members. Before the members can be- gin using such equipment as the mask, fins, snorkel and aqua lung, they must pass an endurance test in swimming . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Tucker, N., Secretary; Lanowy, R., President; Lappin, S., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.. Peterson, H., McClarran, S., Heister, P., Sarner, J., Laycock, G. Row 3 — 1. to r.: LaFrance, A., Baillargeon, N., Wenzel, R. 246 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Doody, Dr. A. G., Advisor; Mooney, J., Vice President; Andreoni, O., President; Lowy, R., Secretary; Patrick, C., Treasurer; Foskett, J., Brown, J. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Filippone, J., Perrotta, J., Richardson, T., Hayden, P., Flannery, B., Pritchard, A., Ac- ciardo, R., Gould, J., Kliba- noff, A. . . . URI Debate Council . . . ... the URI Debate Council has had a very active year vocally. They have effectively argued their way from here to Vermont and back. On the international scene, the URI debaters have sponsored visiting teams from as far away as Canada and New Zealand. The campus activities of the URI debate council in- clude the model UN, debates among the various teams from colleges and universities in Rhode Island and the annual URI intercollegiate debate tournament held in the spring. The URI debaters are helping to rear a new crop of debaters by sponsoring the R. I. High School Forensic League, and events such as the annual Model Congress and the Navy League for high school in the spring . . . 247 . . . Radio Club . . . Row I — I. to r. : LaMontagne. R.. Vice President; Driscoll, L., Secretary; Farnum, K. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Simpson, E., Garland, P., Rajotte, H. . . . Folk Music Club . . . . . . Yacht Club . . . . . . every Monday for six weeks the Yacht Club during the past year sponsored a learn to sail program for students, faculty and staff. Sailing races are featured every Friday during the summer. In connection with the Freshmen Sailing Team, they strive to foster fellowship and good sportsmanship for those interested in sailing . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Phillippi, E., Commodore; Osterberg, E., Vice Commodore; Cotter, G., Secretary; Drowne, E., Stevens, G., Peirson. D., Ferrante. W., Frisella, J. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Jones W., Bradshaw, N., Patrick, C., Wootton, K., Benson, R., Grimm, P., Jizmagian, C., Socks, J., Johnson, M., Douglas J., Medeiros, M., Botvin, M., Wing. A., Johnson, T. 249 Religious Organizations Row 1 — 1. to r. : Sproul, N., President; Hurley, J., Vice Presi- — 1. to r. : Rondeau, R., Radio, M., Britten, S., Rosen, T., Ham- dent; Oberndoffer, J., Recording Secretary; Coombs, E., Corre- mar, P. sponding Secretary; Aronson, S., Treasurer; Sullivan, J. Row 2 . . . Inter-Religious Council . . . . . . composed of representatives of all religious organiza- tions on campus, the council works to foster interfaith activities on campus. Among their activities are lectures on both the legical and practical topics. They also serve as a sounding board on common organizational problems. The principle activity of the year has been four free films with a religious undertone, such as Bergman’s " Wild Strawberries ...” . . . Christian Science Organization . . . . . . contributing to the overall college religious pro- gram, the group seeks to elevate the campus atmos- phere. They held Christian Science lectures open to the public and also weekly testimony meetings . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.; Corbin, L., President; Hammar, P., Secretary-Treasurer; Britten, S., Robertshaw, J. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Morris, D., Co-Advisor; Haslam, R., Wyman, R., Mor- ris. W.. Co-Advisor. . . . Canterbury Association . . . . . . Canterbury Association offers to inter- ested students and faculty members Episcopal religious studies, community service, and rec- reation. During the year, they sponsor a variety of speakers jointly with the Christian Association, coffee hours, and tehological dis- cussion groups . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Sprout, N., Warden; Brown, J., Clerk; Salisbury, P., Chambers, C., Read, P., Warden; Hanchett, R., Full, C., Greene, E., Chaplain. Row 1 — 1. to r.: Berger, P., President; Brown, T., Vice President; Brown, A., Secretary; Haber, A. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Weiss, L., Counselor; Grossber, M., Greene, S., Consove, B., Goldman, M., Advisor. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Menasha, M., Fishman, A., Winkleman, H., Bilgor, S., Rosen, L. . . . Hillel . . . ... as America ' s largest and oldest fra- ternal organization, Hillel meets twice a month and each Friday evening serv- ices are conducted by the members. Once a month they sponsor Sunday morning brunches. Together they plan dances and mixers to encourage sociability and teams of Hillel members visit nearby B’nai B ' rith lodges and congregations, briefing them on their plans and pur- poses . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Bliss, S., President; Fetter, Rev. E., Chaplain; DeTata, Secretary. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Lund, R., Vice President; Anderson, G., Vice President; Holm- berg, A., Treasurer. . . . Christian Association . . . . . . within the fellowship of the Christian church, the members seek to understand the will of God through worship, study, and action and strive to realize that will in personal and social living. During the year, they hold meetings on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month and study groups on the Bible, the Christian faith, and its denominations. They also sponsor outings, splash par- ties, suppers, Sunday afternoon informal discussions, and attend Intercollegiate Conferences and Seminars on many New England campuses . . . 252 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Micarelli, Rev. E., Catholic Chaplain; Rondeau, R., President; Tangredi, D., Corresponding Secretary; Dube, J., Treasurer; Radio, M , Pryor. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Harpin, R , Kreher, R., Sullivan, J., Gallant, L., Sullivan, E., DcPace. . . . Newman Club . . . ... as the Catholic Club of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship, the Newman Club fosters the spiritual, intellectual and social interests of the stu- dents of Catholic faith. Among their activities dur- ing the year were a five- week marriage forum and a five-week theology course. They also conducted sev- eral cultural coffee hours and a retreat. The social highlight of the year was a program entitled " Triple Treat” which consisted of a fashion show, wrestling matches, and a water and safety exhibit . . . 253 . . . Cheer 255 Row 1 — I. to r. : Slonina, C., President; Iacobucci, M., Vice President. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Giebler, A., Sponsor; Corbin, L., Secretary; Tuch, I., Wcrmer, R., Frechette, M., Baday, M., Sahagian, L., Adamo, L., Barrett, N., Cain, N. Row 3 — 1. to r. : Votta, R., Treasurer; Farrell, F. . . . Mus-Eds . . . ... the professional society for musical education majors is Mus-Ed. They strive to expose the students to the problems in the musical field by putting them in contact with people in this field and in this way to prepare them for high school music teaching. During the year they entertain guest speakers and attend major concerts together. They can also be seen ushering at the Music Series . . . . . . University Chorus . . . Row 1 — I. to r. : Coutant, J., Featured Twirler; Smith, N., Head Majorette. Row 2 — 1. to r.: DeTata, A., Stammers, L., Cole, L., Serra, D , Aubrey, J., Shuster, D., Anderton, N., Nymann, C. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Fontes, J., Tucker, D., Pearson, D., Eriksson, J., Cordes, E., Perlmurter, B., Heister, P., Holand, H. . . . University Band . . . 258 . . . working to help school spirit, the band along with the twirlers and ram- ettes, takes an active part in all the foot- ball games. This year, the marching band won first prize in the Columbus Day Parade in Providence. The sym- phonic band has traveled to schools in and out of the state and is rated as one of the best in the Eastern exchange con- certs . . . . . . Donald Burns Director . . . 259 HONORARY . . . Blue Key . . . Row 1 — I. to r. : Robinson, S., President; Vallcse, C., Vice President; Levine, C., Secretary; Sandler, H., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Duffy, P., Hickey, L., Patrick, G, Giordano, B., Gonsalves, J., Burns, D., Ad- visor; Iacobucci, M., Benson, B. Row 3 — 1. to r. : Bourch, E., Robbins, G., Romanelli, R., Lawrence, G., McClean, M., Russo, M., Bumpus, B. . . . URI’s honorary host organization is responsible for guiding students about campus, especially during the hectic first week, and also for welcoming all visi- tors to the campus. They can be seen ushering at convos, musical performances and lectures. During second semester, the Blue Key sponsors the annual Blue Key Charity Bazaar. In the spring. Blue Key selects its new members by interview. Require- ments are a 2.4 average, and good qualities of leader- ship, poise, and personality . . . 260 Sachems . . . one of Sachems biggest activities as the senior honorary organization of campus leaders was the sponsorship of a leader- ship seminar. They also are responsible for preserving fresh- man traditions and coordinating football rallies. The members are selected on the basis of academic achievement and out- standing contributions in extra curricular activities and ath- letics . . . Row 1 — I. to r.: Vallese, C., Moderator; Whitton, L, Recording Secretary; Johnson, S., Corresponding Secretary; Dattore, E., Treas- urer. Row 2 — I. to r. : Jeffrey, A., Advisor; Hickey, L., Jones, J., Giordano, B., Sandler, H. 261 Row 1 — 1. to r. : Harrison, R., President; Cobble, J., Secretary; Christopher, E, Cohn, D , Radio, M.. Wakefield, S„ Wakefield. R Row 2 — I. to r.: Ashukian, S., Bender, H., Bell, R., Panek, Giordano, B., Cieurzo, V., Martin, W., Dietz, F., Lepper, R. Row 3 — 1. to r. : Senter, A., Hames, W., McClung, M., Fitzelle, G., Wood, R., Robinson, E., Christopher, E. . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . . . . National honorary scholarship society. Membership is limitied to ten per cent of the graduating class of the university. Senior students are chosen on the basis of scholastic rank over a period of three years and they are awarded the Phi Kappa Phi key . . . . . . Omicron Nu . . . ...HOME ECONOMICS HONOR SOCIETY... Row 1 — 1. to r.: Radio, M., President; Pacheco, C., Vice President; Pearson, C., Secretary- Treasurer; Tivvetts, G, Editor. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Grady, E., Advisor; Olson, F., Advisor Gollerkeri, S. Laurels ... as the senior women’s honorary society, Lau- rels chooses their members on the basis of aca- demic achievement and leadership ability. During the year they make contributions to the academic achievement of the university through a host of lecture series. They also sponsor proctoring dur- ing final exams . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Pohlut, D.. Treasurer; Giordano, B., Secretary; Gillespie, J., President; Radio, M., Vice President. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Whitton, L., Jones, Tibbetts, C., Russo, M., DcIFausse, S. 263 Row 1 — 1. to r : Kenny, J., President; Messore, J., Vice President; Peirce, R., Recording Secretary; Russell, T., Corresponding Secretary; Chieu, N., Cataloguer; Lawless, W., Devine, M., Spaziano, R. Row 2 — I. to r.: Wilson, R., Antinucci, J., Bogart, F., Krikorian, j., Morin, R., Morris, A., White, J., Tello, }., Lagassc, A. 264 . . . Sigma Xi . . . . . . NATIONAL SCIENCE SOCIETY FOR ENCOURAGING RESEARCH IN THE VARIOUS SCIENCES Row 1 — 1. to r.: Griffiths, A., Secretary; Shutak, V., Bender, H., Kcenig, R., Harrison, R., Bell, R., Mchrnheinri, A., Dietz, F., Higgins, T., Mathewson, J., Christopher, E., Manning, P., Wakefield, R. Row 2 — 1. to r. : DerMardero- Wood, R. sian. A., Lepper, R., McChing, M., Telbush, L., Cobble, J., Gibson, G, . . . Rho Chi . . . . . . BETA PI CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OF PHARMACY . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Parker, E., Chaubal, M., Secretary -Treasurer; Gomez, L., Ashukian, S., President; Panek, J., Vice President; Luzzi, L„ Historian; Dcr Marderosian, A. Row 2 — Tsao, D., Bofton, S., Advis r; Worthen, L., Gerraughty, R., Brown, B., Price, J., Smith, P., Smith, C. 265 Rhode Island Club . . . ... an association for all campus letter- men, this group has among their main activities ushering at all the sports events. They also sponsor the Blue and White game, which is an inter-squad game to raise money for the atheltic scholarship. In the spring, they held the Spring Banquet for members and their fathers. They also sponsor the Ugly Man contest . . . Row 1 — 1. to r.: Glaubach, M., President; Faulkner, P., Vice President; Woodbury, G., Secretary; Arbuse, A., Treasurer. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Kushnir, R., Soule, T., Mancini, V., Gray. G., Vallese, C, , Gonsalves, J., Marshall, R. 266 . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . ... as the social honorary military fraternity, Scabbard and Blade sponsors such activities as the annual Military Ball and rifle for jun- ior training. They also strive to raise the standards of military education in American Colleges and Universities. At the same time, they promote friendship among cadet officers and encourage future officers . . . Row 1 — 1. to r. : Dickson, L., Captain; Carroll, B., Secretary; Fitzpatrick, E., Treasurer; D ' Ambrosio, A., President; Perrin, F., Vice President; Swift, T., Major. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Godfrey, T., Baloy, T., French, S., Holbrook, S., Gray, T., Santos, R., Aronson, S., Kullberg, G., Flynn, S., Cookingham, J. Lalli, J. Row 3 — 1. to r.: Levine, E., Stanslicld, R., Luther, H., Tuttle, K. Reid, P., Bibeault, D., Newton, A., Bogart, F. Row 1 — 1. to r. : Jones, J., Jackson, M., Lacey, W., Belinsky, J., Robbins, J. Row 2 — 1. to r. : Custer, A., Moderator; Cain, J., Clair, A., Salmon, E., Yosepian, J., Klink, W. . . . Arts Council . . . . . . comprised of eight student members, the Arts Council works together to attract finer interests and to coordinate a program of significant cultural value for the university. Tour areas are scheduled annually covering music, art, dance, and the theatre. Their programs incorporate the Music Series and the Fine Arts . . . . . . Pi Mu Epsilon . . . . . . HONORARY MATHEMATICS FRATERNITY . . . R ow 1 — 1. to r.: Stauffer, R., Advisor; Dollar, G., Gallo, J. Row 2 — I. to r.: Sylvestre, E., Roth, N., Silber, D. . . . I au Kappa Alpha . . . . . . HONORARY DEBATING SOCIETY... Row 1 — 1. to r. : Doody, A. G., Advisor; Andreoni, A., Vice President; Foskett, J., President. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Mooney, J., Secretary; Flannery, B., Treasurer; Pritchard, A. Row 1 — 1. to r.: Farragut, P.. President; Pritchard, P., Vice President; Shutak, V., Advisor; Pearson, Treasurer; Gardiner, H., Scribe. Zybura, E., Chroniclor. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Gibeault, V., McKenna, }., Brown, T., Kenyow, S„ Ogot, P. . . . Alpha Zcta . . . . . . HONORARY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY . . . 270 Row 1 — 1. to r.: Cohn, D., President; Swanson, W., Vice President; Cieurzo, J., Secretary-Treasurer; Lebron, P., James, R., Hussaini, H. . . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . . ...HONORARY POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY... ... Phi Alpha Theta . . . . . . HONORARY HISTORY SOCIETY... Row 1 — I. to r.: Ross, M., President; Lowy, R., Secretary; Rosen, L., Loughran, M., Iafrate, M. Row 2 — 1. to r.: Smith, R., Advisor, Thomas, D., Tilton, D., Davis, R., Metz, W. 271 Steve Rosenberg . . . Who’s Sue Johnson Maureen Russo Tony Masso 272 Diane Pohiut Who . . . 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