University of Rochester - Interpres Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 186 of the 1948 volume:
THE UNNERSITY TAKES ITS PLACE AMONG THE
NATION'S LEADING SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS AS
THE NEW CYCLOTRON IS MOVED INTO POSITION
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Rochester, New York
HE war years, with the problems they brought, were trying
ones for the college. The First year was a discouraging one, when the River Campus
enrollment dropped sharply because ol the inroads made by heavy enlistments, then
came the Navy unit, with its curriculum and administrative problems. Top secret atom
bomb and optics research in the following years added to the already complex prob-
lems of the University.
But the coming of the peace has brought, instead of a return to "normal," an upward
trend in the size of the University, in the scope of its teaching, in the enrollment, which
in some classes was nearly doubled by veterans anxious to continue or begin their
education, and in the attitude of the students toward the University, until we find that
now the University of Rochester idiyone oi the miostrinfluential in the nation: in research,
in educational meth Ai- for learning, and in the type ot graduates it
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produces. Q iiis
he Univers s made i il il't trides from the time it began under the guiding hand
of Rus Rhees to F it now stands, under the able administration of President Alan
Valentine. The present university will be to the future one as the one in 1850 and the
following decade or two is to the university of today.
The things that malce a university what it is, the type of administration it has, the
quality of the students themselves, and the things they do in their spare time are the
things that the 1948 lnterpres will describe. This is a chapter in the history of a university
ever moving forward.. . .
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N 1850, when the First group oi men wallced across the
quadrangle of the Prince Street campus and up the steps of Anderson Hall, they were
beginning their college worlt in an educational world where woman had not yet
been given a place. Half a century passed before women were admitted to Prince
Street, and it was not until 1902 that women were allowed to teach there.
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A third milestone in college history was passed this year with the appointment of
Dr. Kathrine Koller to the post oi chairman of the English department, the First woman
in the history oi thefollege oi Arts and Sciences to hold the chair of a major department.
MDL Koller, whose singular graciousness and charm have inspired her students at
the University since she came, is lcnown ior her willingness to discuss student problems
and for lceen discernment. A stirring personality, Dr. Koller always has been a
person to admire and emulate lor her wit, wisdom and charm.
To her, the staii oi the 1948 lnterpres dedicates this boolc.
TWH EHMPHSISWHNI HNIVEHSIIY
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YPlCAl., indeed, of a university which is yearly branching into new
educational fields to meet the demands of a more complex age, is the versatile administrator Alan
Valentine, whose daily schedule would undoubtedly put to shame the so-called "Full schedules"
of most of us.
ln the eleven years that he has been at his Prince Street deslc, President Valentine has become
recognized throughout the country as a progressive educator-one who would have his students
seelf learning through the direct contact with the sources. It was he who introduced the l-lonors
system to Rochester, he who realized the need For a more extensive science department to meet
the demands of a country at war, he who constantly reminded his students that a college education
is of little consequence unless it helps the student to thinlc For himself, find a philosophy that will
enable him to fit into the lile he wants to lead.
As a leader in educational circles, President Valentine has become a widely sought speaker
and has been proven a highly creditable representative for Rochester. We may thanlc him for his
competent direction toward a bigger and better University.
Dean of the College for Women
The direction and wise judgment ol a dean is highly important in an
expanding school-to decide upon policies which will affect a student body requires, certainly,
an active sense ol responsibility.
Dean Clarlc answers these qualifications well. ln addition, she has transcended the austere dignity
ol a dean by a friendly charm which endears her to all the faculty members and students who lcnow her.
Dean of the College for
Through the confusion of all our undergraduate years, Dean Wilder
has been both friend and counselor. We depended on his advice as uninitiated freshmen, he and
the administration planned an excellent counseling service to aid all the returning servicemen, and
now as we loolc lorward to business or to professional studies, Dean Wilder stands ready to advise
and help us.
We thanl4 Dean Wilder lor this invaluable aid, and we hope that future classes at the College
for Men will benefit as we have from his understanding and sound judgment in both academic and
Biologicol Sciences, Geology
First Row-C. Stem-B, P. E. Fantc-C, W. R. Line-C,
V. J. Chambers-C, J. F. C. Holtfreter-B, V. C.
Boekelheide-C, F, C. Steward-B.
Second Row-H. E. Gunning-C, P. Olynyk-C,
S. C. Bishop-B, A. B. F. Duncan-C.
Third Row-E. O. Wiig-C, J. E. Hoffmeister-G,
H. L. Alling-G, W. F. Jenks-G.
Fourth Row-D. R. Charles-B, R. O. EricksonAB,
A. W. Kuchler-G, T. L. Hill-C, W. D. Wuliers-C.
Absent-Chemistry: A. Noyes, R, W. Helmkamp,
D. S. Furbell, E. 1. French. Biological Sciences:
W. D. Merrell, B. l. Brown, 1. H. Clark, R, E.
Government ond Sociology
First Row-Government: G. G. Wiltsey, C. L.
Stevens, W. E. Dietz.
Second Row-Sociology: M. W. Rodehover, P. R.
Fohrer, E. L. Koos.
Art cmd Archeology
Educotion ond History
Seated-A. J. Moy-H, D. Perkins-H, G. G. Van
Deusen-H, W. H. Coates-H.
First Row Standing-H. E. Aikins-H, Mrs. B.
Harper-E, E. M. Thompson-E, B. B. Williams-E.
Second Row Standing-J. B. Christopher-H, H. M.
Wantmon-E, A. S. Merritt-A, H. C. Mills-E
F. G. Suhr-A.
First Row-K. Koller, M. Denny, R. M. Adams,
P. H. Goepp.
Second Row-W. R. Orwen, L. O. Wilder, W. E.
Sutton, J, H. Wugenblcss, G. C. Curtis.
Third Row-H, Plutzig, W. S. Miller W. D.
Dunkel, S. B. Wells,
Absent-W. A. Jamison, R. F. Messenger, R,
Metzdorl, G. R. Smith, L. Ruuschenbusch.
Clossics ond Romonce
First Row-L. A. Hill-F, V. Moscrip-C, E. Ander-
Second Row-N. C. Arvin-F, E. Noble-S, F. G.
Absent-Romance Languages: H. G. Harvey-F
W. Micks-F, M. P. Aversano-S.
Optics ond Mothemotics
First Row-A. O. Ginkel-M, 1. C. Errcns-O, R. E.
Hopkins-O, B. O'Brien-O, F. W. Poul-O, W.
Second Row-Moth: H. Komm, F. Bcgemihl, E. W.
Marchand, H. P. Atkins, D. L. Bernstein, A. J.
Lohwcter, N. G. Gunderson, G. M, Wing, W.
Absent-Mutha T. B. Long. Optics: G, G. Milne
Left to Right-I. E. Farber, L. F. Carter, E. H.
Kemp, G. R. Wendt.
Absent-E. A. Culler, S. D. S. Spragg.
Philosophy ond Religion
A. H. jones-P, S. T. Crary, R. J. Trayhern.
Engineering oncl Novol Science
Fiisi Row-F. Wagner-NS, l. H. Belkcmp-E, H. S.
Gardner-E, W. L. Froling-NS, R. E. Weaver-E,
R. E. Marks-E, A. P. Boehmer-E.
Second Row-A.,l. Redmond-NS, T. B. Secr-E, R. l.
Rcludebaugh-E, L. H. Query-E, H. W. Lee!-E,
R. E. Hurst-NS, R. E. Eisenberg-E, C. R.
Third Row-l. L. Hill-E, H. E. Walters-NS, F. J.
Gorczylc-NS, O. E. Dwyer-E,G. C. Towner-NS,
L. Stoughton-E, H. C. Van Ness-E.
Absent: Engineering-L. S. Eaton, O. E. Minor,
C. H. Dawson, W. R. Wheeler.
Physical EClUCCIl'lOI"l lMen's Compusl
Seated-W. Campbell, L. A. Alexander, E. L.
Standing-R. L. Speigle, L. E. Garnish, T. R.
President .....,.................. Jean Conner
Vice President ....... .... M ary E. Stewart
Recording Secretary ......,.. Anne Shaughnessy
Corresponding Secretary .......... Muriel Nixon
Student Bursar ...,..., .... D iana VanGeyt
Assembly Chairman .,.,, ...4,... B eth Bishop
First Row-H. Auringer, D. Cochran, P. Steepee, T. Bramble,
Second Row-Miss Merrill, D. A. Wallace, M. E. Stewart, J.
Conner, D. VanGeyt.
Third Row-Mr. Koppelman, L. Hediger, L. Dyott, M. Nixon,
A. Shaughnessy, M. E. Dalton.
Missing-Dean Clark, Dr. French, Dr, VanDeusen, B. Bishop,
This year the S. A. began its activities at a joint S. A., YWCA, WAA retreat. Here plans of action
for the year 1946-47 were laid with an attempt both at avoiding overlapping goals and at bringing about cooperation between
the groups on the campus. These plans included continuation oi the Snack Bar with such improvements as money would allow,
campus lighting investigation, curriculum study, a new Frosh-Soph game, plans for a Western New Yorlc S. A. conference for
the lallol1947,an annual Susan B. Anthony Day Student-Alumnae Luncheon, new mailboxes in Anderson, and formation oi
an lntercampus Council.
This new council was organized to co-ordinate the various schools ot the university and to promote closer understanding
between the students and the administration. It may serve as a very valuable instrument for cooperation and better relations if
its potentialities are fully developed, according to S. A. President Jean Conner.
President ....,............. Warren Richardson
Vice President ..., ..,... R obert Billett
Secretary ....... . . .Edward Rex
Treasurer. . . ,,.. Robert Kanka
R. Kanka, R. Billett,W. Richardson,O. Layer,E. Rex,j. Lipper.
Under merited criticism for years as a result of its subordinate role in relation to the Board of Control,
the Students' Association has again assumed a powerful voice in student affairs. Heading a special committee delegated to re-
write and revigorate the laws ol both the Students' Association and the Board of Control, S. A. President Warren Richardson
spent his entire summer vacation overhauling and reorganizing the constitutions and by-laws of both organizations, carefully
separating areas of control to preventthe jurisdictional duplication which has plagued past relationships.
Under the new constitution, the Students' Association, which consists of all the students of the College lor Men, is composed
ol three major committees: the Freshman Committee-in charge oi the Frosh Bible and Freshmen Weels, the Todd Union Com-
mittee, previously under the Board oi Control, and the Traditions Committee-in charge ol the Yellow Key society, Chi Rho,
and the Assembly programs.
Seated-Deon Wilder, 1. Platt, L Query, L. Alexander,
Standing-C. Schott, R. Cook, W. Govett, D. Whalen, R. Billet, O. Layer, W. Richardson, F. Dowd, F. Raible.
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ol the Athletic Committee. .
ol the General Committee, .
, . , .Joseph Platt
. .David Whalen
. . ...Leo Query
HE purpose ol this board shall be to supervise and regulate those undergraduate
activities of the College for Men of the University ol Rochester which involve financial details in excess of the
Students' Association budget."
Under the old system ol overlapping jurisdiction with the S. A., the Board ol Control was inadequate to meet
the pressing exigencies of post-war college life. This year, it was re-organized and streamlined under a new con-
stitution and by-laws, in order to establish a clear line of demarcation between the two authorities, the under-
graduate representatives and the faculty, and to bring about a greater degree of unity in student al-fairs.
The Board of Control is now made up ol seven students, three faculty members, three administrative members
and an alumnus. It operates through two committees: the Athletic Committee, which supervises the schedules,
budgets, and awards lor all intercollegiate athletic competition, and the General Committee, which supervises
the Quilting Club, Glee Club, the Band, and all other Board-approved organizations. The Board recognizes
student opinion through petitions forwarded by the Executive Council ol the Students' Association.
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First Row-Sellick, Kaufman, Cohn, Carwright, Duffy, Child.
Second Row-Ferra, Benjamin, Bergman, Moore, Galvin.
Third Row-Auringer, Worden, C. Farnum, Greene, Pierce.
Fourth Row-Hediger, J. Miller, l-lenoch.
Standing-Cohen, Woods, J. Gilbert, Sidler, Conner, M. Faulkner, Kaiser, Durand, Cochran, Fischer.
First Raw-Kelley, Larson, Hall, E. Mcl.ain, Nowak, Krihale.
Second Row-E. Levering, Nichols, P. Ludwig, Montville, MacLean.
Standing-Gibbon, Woodcock, Helmkamp, O'l-lava, Heeks, Lipsky, Tausch, J. Mann, P. Hanson
Vice President ....
Social Chairman. ..
Song Leader. . ,
. .Mary Emily Dalton
. . . . .Nancy Farnum
. . . . . . . .Margaret Bond
.. .Ernestine Blauw White
First Row-Page, Trytten, Seelbach, Stevens.
M C in ham 1 Roberts Weinorenner
Second Row-Holley, . unn g , . ,
' T I ,Weller.
Third Row-Schreib, Schopler, 1. Ross, Robinson, ay or
Vice President. ..
Treasurer. ..,. .
Social Chairman. ,.
Seated ,I Connelly J, Goldberg, 1. Hefti, B. Forsyth, R. Baroody.
Standing R Williams, K. Baker, R. Heilbrunn, F. Hammill, L. DiLella.
Sealed-S. Phillips, R. Ecslmcn, R. Love, R. Plosscowe, H, Strohson
Standing-T. Burden, J. Korpeck, 1. Phillipson.
G. Harris, G. Schaefer, L. Young, G. Brown.
OU should have seen it when. . . " was the phrase which reminisc-
ing upper-classmen so often quoted to wondering Freshmen when the Class ol Forty-eight
first settled on campus. We thought the university wasn't hall bad as we found it, yetour
eyes were always Focused upon that "land of lost content" about which we had heard so
much during the war. Accordingly, our activities were, from the beginning, directed toward
bringing campus life baclc to a normal status quo.
Because organization on the River Campus was ditticult to attain with the ever-changing
group of civilians and Navy men, the Princesses of Forty-eight were forced to assume a
major part of class activities for two years. Snow Brawls, May weelcend, and novelty dances
were enthusiastically restored by a class unusually rich in leadership, congeniality, and
Treasurer ...... ......
Social Chairman .......
Song Leader. . .
.,.. . . . 4 Carolyn Zellner
. . . , Helen Brinsmaid
President ..,4... , .......... Frank Walter
. . , . .William Coyne
Treasurer ........ .... R obert Page
Social Chairman. , . . . .George Gelser
OW that we are about to begin our last year at the University
ol Rochester, we find that our dreams have, to a great extent, been realized, for a balance
and union once more exist between the two campuses. True, our ages and outloolcs may
differ somewhat, yet we are grateful for the experience of normal college life which is at
for the friendships we might otherwise have missed. Next June, when we have
we shall be able to loolc baclc,
last ours and
completed our Four years and graduation comes all too soon,
with nostalgia, perhaps, but with deep satisfaction, upon "those happy highways where we
went and cannot come again."
New York City
Sherman, New York
GENERAL SCIENCE Audrey Jane
240 Cobbs Hill Drive
SOCIOLOGY Bertha Caroline
118 Jewel Street
Antoinette Hilda Chrisoula Shirley Elizabeth Janet
ARNOULD ASPRIDY AURINGER BAGLEY
Stratford, Connecticut 106 Oriole Street Addison, New York 77 Highland Parkway
MUSIC ECONOMICS AND GOVERNMENT NURSING HISTORY
324 Field Street
Alice Jeannette PSYCHOLOGY
295 Yarmouth Road
Joanne Frances FRENCH
Schenectady, New York
Mrs. Janet Barry Beth Stoddard Shirley Bernice Selma
BILLINGS BISHOP BLAIR BOYARSKY
38 Leander Road 155 Gregory Hill Road 117 Edgemoor Road 98 Rauber Street
SOCIOLOGY HONORS IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH ENGLISH SOCIOLOGY
Margaret Muir Helen Ruth Esther Mae Mary V.
BRANT BRINSMAID BROTZ BURNS
Columbus, Ohio Lyndonville, New York 1750 Chili Dunkirk, New York
OPTICS SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGY HONORSIN ENGLISH AND HISTORY
Dunkirk, New York
489 Sagamore Drive
Lorraine Ruth Esther Lois Elizabeth Grace Mornilvd EUFIICG
CLEASON COOK COSTICH COUTTS
Palmyra, New York Elba, New York 34 Walbar Street 208 Seneca Park Avenue
NURSING ENGLISH HISTORY SPANISH
Shellburne Falls, Massachusetts
Marion, New York
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
Ogdensburg, New York
HONORS IN FRENCH
Honoeye Falls, New York
HONORS IN ENGLISH
68 Longview Terrace
Ethel Pauline MATHEMATICS
73 Adams Street
Claudia Louisa FRENCH
Q22 Breck Street
Audrey Jean Joan Therese Evelyn E. Rosemary
FITCH FITZGERALD FLEISHER FOROUER
261 Cooper Road North Andover, Massachusetts 145 Rauber Street 1385 Monroe Avenue
PSYCHOLOGY PHYSICS CHEMISTRY HISTORY
Margaret Jane QW,
118 Fairlea Drive
ECONOMK5 Ruth Constance
65 Longacre Road
BIOLOGY Arlene Emma
LeRoy, New York
Maryanne Elizabeth Gould Bessie Marie Constance Amelia
GARELICK GRIFFITH GIOIA GORDON
Monroe, Louisiana 34 Summit Drive 60 Lorimer Street Schenectady, New York
ARTS ARTS CHEMISTRY HONORS IN ENGLISH
Nancy June Kristen P. Virginia Lucille Jean Frances
GREEN GUSTAVSEN HAGGERTY HALL
Butler, Pennsylvania Yonkers, New York Brooklyn, New York 103 Shepard Street
BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY HISTORY
Dansville, New Hampshire
Elmira, New York
Buffalo, New York
HISTQRY Esther Lorraine
Newburgh, New York
Ruth Anne Mcryella
Syracuse, New York Coulton, Ohio
Evelyn Rose Denise E.
53 Thornton Road Pelham, Massachusetts
ECONOMICS HONORS IN FRENCH
Mrs. Phyllis Tuttle
305 Hollywood Avenue
176 Furlong Street
Lily Jean HONORS IN FRENCH
East Rochesler, New Yorlc
Carol M- SOCIOLOGY
126 Webster Avenue
1 Knollwood Drive
GEQLQC-,Y Virginia Mae
Hudson Falls, New York
Binghamton, New York
HONORS IN HISTORY Lefty Elizabeth
Watertown, New York
Mrs. Louann Shirley Mae Florence A. Frances Joanne
KLINE KNOECKEL KREMER LANDERS
61 Milton Street Great Neck, Long Island 993 Harvard Street Indianapolis, Indiana
GEOLOGY PRE-MED PSYCHOLOGY ENGLISH
757 Titus Avenue
Lillian May ECONOMICS
89W Lowell Street
Janet Claire SPANISH
Sea Cliff, Long Island
Joan Lucy ECONOMICS
Oneida, New York
Audrey Reali Josephine M. Anne Elizabeth Jean Viola
MC KISSICK MC LAIN MACK MALCOLM
3552 Lake Avenue Mamaroneck, New York East Aurora, New York 4161 St. Paul Boulevard
HONORS IN ENGLISH ENGLISH FINE ARTS ENGLISH
Lois Wendell Janet Catherine Betty Lee Margaret E.
MANN MARKHAM MARVIN MATTHEWS
CobIeskiII, New York Constableville, New York Schenectady, New York 55 Stoneham Road
MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY ENGLISH SOCIOLOGY
93 Glendale Park
PhyIIis Jean ECONOMICS
Bergen, New York
2880 W. Henrietta Road
Gertrude Ann HISTORY AND ENGLISH
195 Cady Street
Ferol Joan Mary Grace 4 Gertrude Ann Beatrice Soyeri
MONTGOMERY MOORE MURPHY NAKAHATA
Kansas City, Missouri Knoxville, Tennessee Binghamton, New York 160 Chelmsford Road
HONORS IN HISTORY HISTORY AND PRE-MED SOCIOLOGY BIOLOGY
190 Summit Drive
84 Mayfield Street
Washington, D. C.
2069 Ridge Road West
118 Avenue E
229 Wilkins Street
Binghamton, New York
Rosyln Heights, New York
Helen Margaret Alice Jean M. Ellen Barbara Patricia O.
PARRY PARSONS PIERCE PERRY
Elmira, New York Gloversville, New York Chaffee, New York 33 Cialusha Street
SOCIOLOGY ART EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY ECONOMICS
Spencerport, New York
PRE-MED AND GENERAL SCIENCE
Dunkirk, New York
NURSING Katherine Sara
EI Paso, Texas
Jean Ruth Ann Jeanette S. Anna Eudora
RATHJEN RICKERS RILEY ROBERTS
134 Monteroy Road 41 Lake Breeze Park Binghamton, New York Medina, New York
PSYCHOLOGY BIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY HONORS IN HISTORY
Barbara Lily Edith Mae Elliot Jean Anne
ROBERTS ROBERTS ROBINSON ROCKWELL
446 Benton Street Ventnor, New Jersey 399 Sagamore Drive Oriskany Falls, New York
HISTORY SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY ARTS
81 Avenue E
HISTORY C. Elizabeth
277 Landing Road South
111 Southern Parkway
ECONOMICS Kathryn Mills
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Jean Marie Sally Ruth Gail Ann Virginia Anne
SCARDINO SEILS SHEERIN SIMONDS
126 First Street 381 Brooks Avenue Rush, New York 232 Chili Avenue
ECONOMICS HONORS IN ENGLISH MATHEMATICS SPANISH
61 Sunset Street
Jane Elizabeth ENGLISH
26 Swan Street
Barbara Joan MUSIC
267 Dorchester Road
44 Alcazar Street
SOCIOLOGY Patricia J.
Webster, New York in
ENGLISH Mary Elizabeth
Cohoes, New York
Hornell, New York
Mrs. Barbara Myers Virginia Gretchen Ann Elaine Altha
SWARTZ SYKES THOMAS THOMPSON
560 Plymouth Avenue South 15 Creekdale Lane Holcomb, New York 235 Belcoda Drive
ENGLISH HISTORY SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY
VAN DE CARR
15 Nunda Boulevard
Helen Dorothea HISTORY
Amsterdam, New York
HONORS IN ENGLISH
63 Thomas Street
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Diana Rose Frances Eleanor May Kate Louise
VAN GEYT VELIE VOCK WATKINS
Indianapolis, Indiana 1866 South Avenue Theresa, New York Oneonta, New York
HISTORY ENGLISH ENGLISH BIOLOGY
Dorothy Anne Margaret Grover Alice Harriette Beverly Bernice
WATKINS WEBB WEBSTER WEINSTEIN
132 Highland Parkway Fairport, New York River Forest, Illinois 9 Morris Street
ROMANCE LANGUAGES ENGLISH MUSIC ROMANCE LANGUAGES
597 Hayward Avenue
New York City, New York
1722 Edgemere Drive
Carol Lou PSYCHOLOGY
New Rochelle, New York
Mrs, Kathleen Gill Barbara Ann Carolyn Lorraine Kathleen Henrietta
WILLIAMS YOUSEY ZELLNER ZISMER
67 Wilsonia Road Rome, New York Oneida, New York Brightwaters, New York
ENGLISH ENGLISH SOCIOLOGY HONORS IN ENGLISH
Jerry MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
185 McNc1ughton Road
paul M. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION casa
195 Harding Road
Graydon Kenneth L. A LIoyd T. Joseph E.
BAILEY BAKERS' BAKER BARE'
404 Genesee Street 640 Monroe Avenue 28 RowIey Street 4370 East Avenue
PRE-MEDICAL ENGLISH ENGLISH HISTORY
,fNames marked with asterisk are sennors
1744 Edgemere 'Drive
ECONOMICS, Bus AD may Murray
1200 East Avenue
ECONOMICS, BUS AD KABJ Nec'
59 Werner Parlc
95 Castlebar Road
ECONOMICS, BUS AD CABD
Curtis J. Richard B. Norman Stanley H.
BERGER BICKNELLB' BLAKE BLOOM1
134 Douglas Road Madison, New York 265 Pierpont Street 38 Faraday Street
HONORS IN HISTORY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY CBS! ECONOMICS, BUS AD CABJ
Names marked with asterisk are seniors
Richard J. Thomas N. Paul William C.
BOWLLAN BONNER' BRAYER BRITTON
70 Kemphurst Road 70 Oakland Street 295 Aldine Street 279 Westfield Street
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION fBSl HISTORY GOVERNMENT OPTICS
63 Peck Street
1035 Elmgrove Road
HISTORY Arthur l..
419 Raines Park
Middleport, New York
HONORS IN ENGLISH
mes marked with asterisk are se
Howard W. Edward J. Henry E. William
BURT BUTRIM BYERS CALDWELL'
Kendall, New York 40 St. Jacob Street 397 Pullman Avenue Wyncote, Pennsylvania
MATHEMATICS PRE-MEDICAL CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PRE-LAW
124 York Slreet
rked with asterisk are se
Jamestown, New York
John MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Webster, New York
612 Woodbine Avenue
ECONOMICS, BUS AD CABJ
411 Genesee Street
458 Post Avenue
Batavia, New York
442 Rugby Avenue
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
William Edwin I. Victor P. William J.
COFEEY4: COLODNY COMPIGLIONE2' CONLEY, Jr.
Rye, New York Burlington, Vt. White Plains, New York 45 Furman Crescent
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GOVERNMENT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
'INames marked with asterisk are s rs
237 Garfield Street
185 Shoreham Drive
Robert MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
87 Aberdeen Street
1478 St. Paul Street
William J. Harold W. Robert Charles Robert
COYNE CROZIERI' CURRIE, Jr. DAGGSX
Avon, New York Hornell, New York 75 Irvington Road Le Roy, New York
HISTORY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ECONOMICS, BUS AD CABJ
Names marked with asterisk are se or
Arthur E. George Robert Richard Arthur L.
DANESE1 DARCY"' DARROW DAVIDSON
Mt. Morris, New York 188 Edgemont Road UnionviIIe, Ohio 251 Laburnum Crescent
MATHEMATICS ENGLISH MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GENERAL SCIENCE
171 Raleigh Street
Almond, New York
Parkers Landing, Penn.
HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
151 Cottage Street
4iNames marked with asterisk are seniors
William L. Francis P." Frank J. Edward H."'
DOERR DOUGHERTY DOWD, Jr. DOWUNG
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Larksville, Pennsylvania Winnetka, lllinois Brooklyn, New York
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HONORS IN HISTORY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Johnstown, New York
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING John fxA,3'
18 Audubon Street
Naples, New York
BlOLOGY KABD William R.
376 Meadow Drive
ECONOMICS, BUS AD
N mes marked with asterisk areisen 0
7 Alvin Place
Henry CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Fredonia, New York
William J, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Steward Manor, New York
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CBSD
Jack F. Richard l.. Herbert W.
DUNLAP DURGINI CARR4'
129 Elmdorf Avenue 316 Wendhurst Drive Niagara Falls, New York
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CBSJ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
New York City
TNames marked with asterisk are
686 Culver Road
Buffalo, New Yorlc
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Karl W'
Plainfield, New Jersey
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Lloyd
Highland Park, Illinois
Louis' James Edward J. John David
EVANGELISTI FALCONERI FARRELL FASSETT
Endicott, New York Locust Valley, New York Clyde, New Yorlc Stamford, Connecticut
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABJ
Names marked with asterisk are s
Lawrence A. Warren H. Donald C. Robert W.
FERRARA' FISCHERI' FISHER FORRESTER
Yonkers, New York 73 Wimbledon Road 109 Highland Parkway 242 Buckland Avenue
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION KBSJ
Maplewood, New Jersey
Macedon, New York
153 Sellinger Street
268 Alexander Street
YNames marked with asterisk are se
Thomas P. Peter Warren P. Richard R.
GAINEYX GALIMITAKIS' GANTER' GARDNER?
Ithaca, New York New York City Delmar, New York Columbus, Ohio
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CBSJ HISTORY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Albany, New York
mes marked with asterisk are se s
Rye, New York
Richqrd ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABD
69 Congress Avenue
HONORS IN HISTORY
Q10 Dorchester Road
Thornwood, New York
Point Pleasant, New
James C. John A. Norman
GREENLESSI GRIFFINt GROSSI
New York City 29 Lattimore Road 62 Treyer Street
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING HISTORY
Q47 Culver Road
'Names marked with asteris
Ic are sensors
245 Mulberry Street
Colon, Republic of Panama
Ted J, PRE-MEDICAL
New York City
Frank Paul H. George F. Gerard
HAMMILL HANKS HARRIS' HARRIS'
59 Lanvale Street Brockport, New York 120 Alpine Drive 281 Woodbine Avenue
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. KABJ ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABJ HONORS IN HISTORY PHYSICS
ames marked with asterisk are s 5
William Alfred B. George G. Andrew U.
HARISON' HARROTT HART HASSMAN'
191 Raleigh Street 123 Hillside Avenue Henrietta, New York Racine, Wisconsin
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING OPTICS HISTORY
Rosedale, New York
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Munro K. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Troy, New York
51 Stonehenge Road
'lNames marked with asterisk are seniors
Charles I. John A. Robert F. Clarence W.
HEFFER HEFTII HEILBRUNY HEISERI'
204 Marlborough Road Q1 Velox Street 1423 Highland Parkway Summit, Pennsylvania
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. fABJ PSYCHOLOGY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING -
Spencerport, New York
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING David C-
Upper Montclair, New Jersey
HONORS IN HISTORY Irving
94 Scranton Street
Names marked with asterisk are seniors
Conesus, New York
Donald R ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CAB!
Brooklyn, New York
Painted Post, New York
306 Curlew Street
Stephen A. Alan E. LaVerne J,
JONES' JOSEPH JUNKER'
Syracuse, New York 572 Meigs Street Galeton, Pennsylvania
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABJ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GENERAL SCIENCE
840 East Avenue
:YNames marked with asIeri
sk are seniors
Utica, New York
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CAB,
3948 Culver Road
Niagara Falls, New York
GENERAL SCIENCE Henry J.
44 Vick Park Boulevard
Donald A. Gerald Carl G. Eugene A.
KOCH KORIS KRESPAN KURTZ4:
330 Marlborough Road 442 Clarissa Street Erie, Penn. Atlanta, Georgia
OPTICS GENERAL SCIENCE CHEMISTRY MUSIC
N s marked with asterisk are s o s
Max Joseph John W. Arden O.
LANDSMAN' LATIN LAWROW LEA
37 Buchan Park 411 Ciinton Avenue, North 190 Greeiey Avenue Warren, Ohio
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. KAB7 GENERAL SCIENCE PRE-MEDICAL BIOLOGY fABJ
627 Park Avenue
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABD
50 Hampden Road
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Alan L.
8 Lakeview Terrace
iNames marked with asterisk are
Donald Anthony Robert Richard S.
LINCOLN LIOTTA LOHWATER LOVE"
Kenmore, New York 51 Springfield Avenue 4223 Lake Avenue 154 Simpson Road
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRE-LAW CHEMISTRY IBSJ GEOLOGY
Rocky River, Ohio
N mes marked wiih asterisk are se
Glendale, New York
Scotia, New York
Glenn 5+ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
180 Merrick Street
Q94 Lexington Avenue
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABH
Fairport, New York
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Noel T.
Oak Park, Illinois
Wolter R. Charles W. Lincoln C. John
MARTINX MC ALLISTERX MAGILL MC LAUGI-ILIN
Buffalo, New York Beardstown, Illinois Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Baltimore, Maryland
HISTORY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING OPTICS PSYCHOLOGY
xNames marked with asterisk a s
56 Brookdale Avenue
Q38 Alameda Street
Samuel CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
SiIver Creek, New York
Robert 5- CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
31C Lattimore Road
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. fABJ
es marked with asterisk are se o S
George R. Frederick Gene J.
MORRISON MOSBY' MOSCARITOLO
383 Canterbury Road Morgantown, West Virginia 24 Marlowe Street
GENERAL SCIENCE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PHYSICS
Robert B. John K. Jack James J.
KAMAN MOUNT' MUNUSHIAN IMURPI-IY"'
163 Warrington Drive Schenectady, New York 299 Averill Avenue 2691 Chili Road
GOVERNMENT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PHYSICS 5- ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. QABJ
Raymond J. 1
1009 Genesee Park Boulevard
Binghamton, New York
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CBAJ
57 Wildmere Road
Brooklyn, New Yorlc
1Names marked with asterisk are se
Robert S. Jack Clifford William C.
OLCOTT' O'NElLL ORMAN ORMISTONI'
Saratoga Springs, New York Schenectady, New York 61 Centre Terrace Monticello, New York
CHEMISTRY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CBSJ PHYSICS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
1792 Edgemere Drive
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. KABJ
111 Tyler Street
OPTICS Ernest E.
27 Fulton Avenue
143 Wilkins Street
Names marked with asterisk are se rors
358 St. Paul Street
88 Richmond Street
Robert C Mclfeesport, Pennsylvania
PUGHX' CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Raymond W. Luther Martin S.
RAPP REID REIDER'
Winnetka, Illinois Washington, D. C. Yonkers, New York
PRE-MEDICAL CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY CBSJ
Fillmore, New Yorlc
HONORS IN HISTORY
Names marked with asterisk ar
12 Arnold Place
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Howard I--
Attica, N. Y.
HONORS IN HISTORY, ENGLISH
Robert S. George John, Jr. Leon Martin
ROSBOROUGH RONAN' ROSENI ROSENBERG
Drexel I-IiII, Pennsyivania Buffalo, New York Bronx, New York Q54 Westminster Road
OPTICS GEOLOGY PRE-DENTAL PRE-MEDICAL
nmes marked with asterisk are se Iors
Henry E. William Donald Raymond
SAKRISON SAFFRAN SAND SANDERS?
Worcester, Massachusetts 388 Post Avenue 148 Barry Road Wood River, Illinois
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CBSJ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
951 Plymouth Avenue, S.
67 Burlington Avenue
60 Landing Road, South
Brewster, New York
xNames marked with asterisk are senior
Cnciries Robert J. William F. Lester L.
SCHOTTA' SCOTT SCHRIVER SHADE?
New York City 97 Croydon Road Hudson, New York Union City, Pa.
HISTORY CHEMISTRY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
133 Branford Street
Names marked with asterisk are se
77 Summit Drive
133 Plymouth Avenue, S.
Nelson MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
New York City
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABD
Yonkers, New York
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CAB, Robert
Bethpage, New York
243 Rockingham Street
Edwin J. Andrew Donald Richard D.
SPURGIESZ STALDER STILL SWEIGART
Brooklyn, New York 28 Avon Place 152 Marlborough Road Corning, New York
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HISTORY ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. CABJ MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
:INames marked with asterisk are senro s
Niagara Falls, New York
James W- PHYSICS casa
Hemlock, New York
Yonkers, New York
Ralph D. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
New Rochelle, N.Y.
Charles Walden Erwin A. John George E.
TIMBER' UNGERER VAN ROSENDAEL VERITY'
New York City 2699 Chili Rd. 61 Allandale Avenue Baldwin, New York
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY CBSJ BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION KBSD MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Names marked with asterisk are seniors
Henry E. William Franklyn E. Samuel F.
WAGONER' WALDEN' WALTER WALTON
Baden, Pennsylvania Bronx, New York Buffalo, New York Kenmore, New York
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING OPTICS
David Jqmeg ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. QBAJ
Syracuse, New York
ECONOMICS, BUS. AD. fABJ
36 Rowley Street
'Names marked with osierisk are se ors
George Robert W. James B. Burton R.
WHITWELL WIGG9' WILLIAMS WIXSON
502 Lyell Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wilmerding, Pennsylvania 498 Plymouth Avenue, South
GEOLOGY MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HISTORY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Endicott, New York
121 Southern Parkway
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION KBSJ
Names marked with asterisk are seniors
x W-H+ V
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First Row-Featherstone, L. Altman, S.
Forbes, Allen, Bennett.
Second Row-Bacon, Blodgett, Sarasky.
Third Row-M. Bruckel, V. Barrett, C.
Frank, H. Converse, D. Benz.
Standing-M. Brener, C. Cowles, D.
Braund, G. Ferguson, L. Epstein, P
Dwyer, V. Ccvagnaro, J. Sturdevunt.
First Row-S. Gott, C. Vaughan, E. john-
son, M. jovce, C. Letts.
Second Row-P. Kroemer, H. Zimmer, B
Hagan, B. Horton, E. jennings, T
Cohen, V. Eiseman.
Stcndingffj. Friedman, T. Soperstone, C
Goldstein, l. Henner, A. Lusticio, B
Kinsey, l. Field, C. Neel, G. Ingersoll
First Row-E. Parker, S. Zeldon, G. Porter
E. McDonald, C. Golden.
Second Row-E. Northrup, L. Larkin, E
McLoughlin, M. Price, B. Nadine, 1
Mosbruger, J. Paddock.
Standing-C. Slocum, G. Patchen, G
Gerber, M. Lombardo, A. Peterson, E
McFadden, J. Noble, M. Leet, C
Lendrim, H. McKay.
HlllN Ill lH47
Social Chairman. ..
Song Leader. . .
,Lois Ann Bennett
. . . .Marion Joyce
First Row-j. Shaver, S. Stevens
J. Tatlock, M. Wellington, M
Nixon, M. Lindenmuth, E
Vock, L. Relyea.
E. Valenta, A. Harmon, J
Tillema, M, Segar, l. Good, L
Hurlbut, J. Wrighi.
Buck Row-R. Duplessis, S.
Cohen, R. Hoefe, J. Gostel.
Front Row-P. Bourgeois, W.
Forman, P. Goldstein, 1. De-
Vuyst, D. Harvey.
Vice President .
, Robert Konko
,. . Harold Lee
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Bock Row-P. Myers, P. Mutter, 1. Mills
Front Row-C. Lundquist, T. Morey, M
Messinger, A. Miclle.
Back Row--S. Smitl1,j. Neel, M. Robins
F. Ostendorf, 1. Nolan.
Front Row-A. Steen, E. O'Hclra, R
Reeves, G. Senn.
Buck Row-S. Terris, P. Willems, K
Turbox, A. Lone.
Front Row-D. Terry, C, White, T. O'Brien
P. Elsenheimer, C. Wren
First Row-A. Davis, R. Hallowell, K
Eveleigh, H. J. Baker, 1. Cutler, S
Bachler, Y. Gullace.
Second Row-J. Cramer, P. Cary, E. R.
Flaum, M. Goldstein, C. Ernst, R.
Childs, V. Gilbert, D, Geier, M. King.
Third Row-M. Dawley, G. Cloos, A.
Fruehon, N. Henderson, L. Ehlers, M.
Hawkins, P. Gnagy.
First Row-F. Butts, J. Bacon, M. Levering
M. Adams, J. Draucker, D. Goldman
Second Row- R. Hurwitz, E. Babcock
1. Bartlett, J, Boutin, C. Blackwell
E. Adler, E. Edwards, G. Bockwood
Third Row-L. Busch, V. Colofemina, l
Finch, l. Fox, J. Billiar, R. Betz, D
Bareham, F. Bergman, M. Bramble
First Row-M. Ostendorl, M. Keck, B.
Henne, V. Neel, N. Holmes, C. King,
M. Luther, V. Grunthal.
Second Row-T. George, J. Osborn, R.
locobelli, A, Lapham, M. Merz, M.
johnson, E. Nelson, 1. Levin.
Third Row-L. Levy, C. Holt, 1, Hutchin-
son, B. Kinneor, S. Morrison, B. Smith,
B. Gette, H. Mehlenbacher.
Vice President. . .
Social Chairman. .
Song Leader. . .
WUMlN lll 1947
. . .Anne Stottler
. . . .Gloria Fish
Firs! Row-M. Sanders, P.
Monfredo, L. Rothfuss, B, Long-
staff, M. Onopriychuk, M.
Moore, M. Lindell, L. Hildrelh.
Second Row-L. Maddox, M.
Morrow, B. Wilt, 1. Collier, A.
Stottler, H. Vincent, N. Le-
Fever, J. Rockowilz, D. Hill.
Third Row-U. Sennewald, A.
Hillman, S. Kingsion, l. Van
Riper, M. Monroe, M. Sauer-
brey, F, McAnclrew.
First Row-H. Worthington, B. Wendell,
1. MacMullen, J. Taylor, S. Turner, P.
Second Row-l. Lecls, M. Dowd, M. l.
Sullivan, S. Chahowskoi, C. Pollock, A.
Third Row-M. L. Nortz, P. Winchell, B.
Sykes, M. Wilson, B. Wadsworth, V.
Webber, B. Rose.
First Row-B. Stell, J. Meister, T. Trimble,
R, Shiner, A. Shulters, B. Ryan.
Second Row-R. Klein, 1. Riggs, S. Cowles,
M. Renicle, R. Swanker, P. Poss, D.
Sherrill, B. Swan.
Third Row-A. Coles, R. Sarfaty, M.
Vanselow, B. Perkins, C. Pommerer, l.
Price, M. Neill.
First Row-C. McAllister, K. Hurl, B.
Ferrell, D. Fleishman, M. Haire, B.
Plyter, 1. Poole, M. Hoadley.
Second Row-R. Torreyson, C. Williams,
Natalie Shapiro, J. Gonia, Norma
Shapiro, D. Durlee, J. Fairhurst.
iHiSHMiN Mill Hi lH47
Vice President. ..
Co-Social Chairmen. . .
, . .Roger Moore
Back Row--K. Bastress, H
Center Row-R. Henty, W
jenkinson, R. McBride, R. Dean
H. Menzel, J. Brandy.
Bock Row-S. Killip, R. Newell, R.
johnson, A. Miller, H. Leonard.
Front Row-W. Harris, D. Moolten, R.
LoFleur, C. Greenfield, R. Moore, M.
Mullen, C. Adler,
Bock Row-K. Hubel, D. Hotchkiss, 1
Glenn, D. Hopkins,
Front Row-N. jorgensen, W. Gamble, K
Button, W. Hochheim, C. Greeno.
Buck Row-J. Roz, T. Houck, C. Machmer
Front Row-1. Sberro, G. Cooper, D.
Parker, W. Blair.
Left to Right-R. Whitney, R. Worbois,
N. Wullen, E, Udersee, G. Braz, W.
First Row-1. Adkin, V Williams, R.
McCarthy, R. Ellender, R. Erb.
Second Row-R, Gehrig, A. Bennett, K.
Talley, R. Ferlig, R. Ballarian,
First Raw-P. Richardson, G. VonVoorhis
C. Woodman, R. Hoock, G. Bailey.
Second Row-C. Wadhams, G. Dinehart
R, Clough, T, Ladotta.
It just can't be clone.
Registration Day line-up.
Prince Street lovelies?
The first of many yet to come.
Anyone we know?
It's been reall
And there I was 40,000 feet
Three falls out of four.
Sign her up, girls!
"l'm the intellectual type."
Foreshodowing of things
Line forms on the right,
The administration speaks.
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Malcolm, C. Wenzel, G. Neill,
J. Fassett, E. Hessler, N. Nara-
more, G. Bassett, H Sm t
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Nora Nortlw Kevin Bunnell
Nancy Naramore Harry Smart
Audrey Mclfissiclc Howard Riley
Kay Sanney Plwil Peterson
Mary Proctor Milfe Haynes
Sally Sells Patricia Steepee
Helen Brinsmaid Henry Frels
EDITORIAL ASSlSlANlS SPORTS EDITORS
Betlw Bislwop Eliot Weinburg Bill Coyne Helen Auringer
Dorothy Rosenberg Myron Robbins
Gloria Oslcola Jase Glenn
Beatrice Csband Karl Bqstress JUNIOR SECTION EDITORS
Helen Parry Ed Farrell Andrew Balcer Lillian Dyott
Bob Garner Lloyd Ericlcson Jean Hall
Ed Colodny Paul Stein
Advertising Manager, Jack Fassett
Frank Hammill Matt Van Order
Pecle Moore Al Miller
George Mclfelvey Tom Armstrong
Franlc Steinbeclc Jim Clarlc
Displaced persons are not com-
pletely a feature of Europe, the lnterpres statt
found out this year. One of major problems
cropping up before confused yearboolc
editors was that oi sorting out senior and
junior men into their rightful classes as they
returned from service life.
Other ditficulties which the persevering statf
laced were the scheduling of pictures, the
traclcing down of club correspondents who
always seemed to steal away more silently
than the Arabs, and rising costs which always
KEVIN BUNNELL NORA NORTH
rose just in time to upset a newly settled financial balance.
Conferences lasting late into the night and frenzied sessions ol typing, colces and determination: these are the elements in
the background of the 1948 yearboolc.
Bock Row-E. Wineberg, A.
Baker, F. Ostendorf, M. Robins,
Second Row-K. Sunney, M.
Proctor, N. North, K. Bunnell,
H. Riley, R. Peterson, H. Parrey,
L. Dyott, J. Glenn, K. Bastress.
Front Row-W. Coyne, P,
Steepee, 1, Thurston, J. Hall,
OL. XXII was a masterpiece of ex-
periment and alteration, from its September lace-
Iiiting to the final daily chapel notice. The auto-
biography of Char Woods, the neo-cynicism of
Joyce Gitelman, who couldn't believe she was
writing those iiendish ideas, the delightful candid-
ness of the Typeworm, the conscientious prose of
Rosemary Drumm, who would dog a good feature
story for weelcs and finally appear with letter-
periect copy, not to mention the Wagnerian touch
of Sally Langley, the Davis influence of Beth
Bishop and the New Yorker style of Audrey Mc-
Kissiclc, made XXII a unique Vol. Vol. XXII had
Wednesday night lcibitzers, a bulletin board stall,
a business manager who could juggle a budget at
the drop of a bill, a managing editor with a bal-
PATRICIA STEEPEE JANE STELLWAGEN
Edilfif in Chief Business Manager
anced malce-up complex and an editor who could yell loud enough to malce up for her size. Vol. XXII, printed on meat-marlcet
wrapping paper, had a hypo-thyroid advertising statt, a chronically messy office, midweek iazz concerts, a library of two mystery
boolcs and an indebtedness to Charlie Cole and Dr. Koller. Vol. XXII had just about everything.
4 - . ' .
Editor in Chief. ..
Managing Editor ..., . .
News Editor ...... ....
Feature Editor, . .
Sports Editor ,..,
Business Manager. . . . .
Advertising Manager. . . .
Circulation Manager. . . , . ..
. . . .Nora North
. , . .Beth Bishop
. . ..... Marian Bacon
, . , .Arlene Lill
jean Hall, Nora North, Lynette Relyea, Beth Bishop, joan
Henner, Rosemary Drumm, Joyce Gitelman, Pat Steepee
Rosemary Drurnm, Audrey McKissiclc, Joyce Gitelman.
Lorraine Altman, Ralph Gray, Pat Steepee.
CHARLES SCHOTT ARNOLD GIETZ
Editor in Chief Business Manager
Top Row-R. Creadiclc, R. Neilson, R. Barker, H. Crowley,
Editor in Chief ..........,,,,. Charlie Schott
Managing Editor... ..... Wally Martin
News Editor ..... ,,... H oward Riley
Sports Editor ..,., ...... B ob Kanlca
Exchange Editor. . . .... George Coghill
Photographer. . .... Phil Peterson
Cartoonist ....,.. ,,.. L loyd Baker
Business Manager. . ...Arnold Gietz
Bottom: Back Row-H. Spaulding, H. Riley, W. Martin,
G. Fellows, E. Schiclcer, R. Kenyon, P. Brayer, R. Kanka,
H. Pinsky, W, Coyne, L. Baker, M. Robins, T. Smith,
Front Row-H. Outterson, F. Gentile, G. Coghill, C Schott,
J. Glenn, R, Keagle.
ITH the prolific editorials of Editor
in Chief Charlie Schott, the indomitable POLITICAL
lCONOCOCLAST by News Editor Howard
Riley, and the unmatchable wit of Jaclc Dunlap in
THE RIVER RAT REVIEW, THE CAMPUS was
eagerly anticipated every Friday.
The enthusiasm and slcill displayed by the malce-
up staff under Managing Editor Wally Martin,
along with the ability and interest of the news and
sports staffs fthe latter ably headed by Bob Kanlcal
who managed to cover everything of interest, made
THE CAMPUS an institution to be proud of on the
men's campus this year. Not to be forgotten in any
such enterprise as this was the business staff. Arnie
Gietz did a stellar job on this during the first term,
and his successor, Diclc Barl4er,carried on with similar
success during the latter half of the year.
Published quarterly by students ot the en-
gineering division, The Rochester lndicator
presents varied problems of current interest
in the field ot engineering. News of the
A. l. Ch. E., and the A.S.M.E. is included-
along with a page of jokes.
A. Pope, C. Heffer, L. Brown, T, Morey,
H. Byers, N. Levin, M. Todras, E. Seils.
Blue Boolc, whose purpose it is to integrate
freshmen into college life with the least pos-
sible pain, filled its 130 pages this year with
Hints to the Wise, tips lor good eating and
amusements in and around Rochester, plus the
traditional sections devoted to student organ-
izations and current college songs.
Seated-Cheryl Vaughn, Phyllis Kroemer,
Betty McFadden, Betty J. Neracker,
Standing-Lorraine Altman, Joyce Gitel-
Sam Johnson Club
ln a congenial atmosphere which would
have made even Dr. Johnson and cronies
jealous, the young literati ol Prince Street
gathered to create and criticize. The Circle
listened to Miss Adams' words of wisdom,
laughed at Ted's Autobiography of Gertrude
Stein, and struggled with word pictures and
mood poems. The year was climaxed by
publication ol the authors' Favorites in the
A, Prather, P. Smith, R. Benjamin, M.
Bruckel, P. Hanson.
Composed ol young women who are study-
ing lor a BS. degree, having already com-
pleted a nursing course, the group contains
many veterans of overseas service with the
Army and Navy Nurse Corps. They are lully
accredited members of the undergraduate
school, but talce most ol their classes in
Catherine Strong Hall.
First Row-A. Casel, H. Yarosz, M. Gibbs,
B. Conrad, E. Warter.
Second Row-M. Morrison, R. Weaver, S.
Bassett, N. Morrill, F. Graycey, M.
Kenney, A. Seymour.
Third Row-L. Schwier, J. Mellow, H.
Morasco, E. Hill, E. Jackson, M.
Palmer, l. Keenan.
Activities oi the German Club ranged from
monthly Kaileestunden fcotfee hoursl open to
all interested in German, hayrides, a special
Christmas program at which a ploy by Dr.
Appelt, Chairman of the German Department
was presented, a speech contest with prizes,
and a sleigh-ride in late winter.
J. Field, R. Riclcers, T. Kosh, A. Gals, R.
Holding monthly supper meetings, the 45
active members ol the Sociology Club par-
ticipated in informal discussions built around
a theme ol socialogicql significance. lncluded
this year were a report on the 'Peclcham Ex-
periment' by Mrs. Dexter Perlcins, the first
public reading oi a new sociological ploy by
Carolyn Slade and a campus presentation of
the movie, Grapes ol Wrath.
First Row-M. Proctor, C. Zellner, J
Roberts, G. Murphy, M. E. Stewart.
Second Row-Miss Fahrer, R. Bergman, 1.
Billings, C. Apitlch, M. Stern, C
Hoehn, R. Gray.
The Vectorians, an engineering honor
society composed ol outstanding engineers
in the Junior and Senior classes, has served as a
forum in which members of the faculty and
students could meet to discuss cmd seel4 solu-
tions lor many problems ol varied importance
in connection with the engineering department.
Back Row-R. Miller, H. Gardner, C.
Dawson, L. Hill, R. Eisenberg, H. Leet,
W. Harison, S. Miserendino.
Front Row-E. Gerwin, R, Bicknell, W.
Ormiston, W. Duerr,
Le Cercle Francais
The main project ol Le Cercle Francais was
securing French films which were shown at a
club meeting, including "La Maternellen and
"France Rebuildsf' A quiz program and a
recitation contest helped to Fill the calendar.
ln March, the Eastman School ol Music put
on a program ol French music for the club.
First Row-D. Hirshfield, R. Giutlridc.
Second Row-D. Cochran, M. lngrao, l.
Field, R. Woodcock, C. Flaum.
Third Raw-J. Smyder, M, Wells, C.
Holley, J. Bailey.
This committee, under the chairmanship ol
M. E. Stewart, is responsible tor the general
policies concerning the use ol Cutler Union,
and has under its supervision such activities
as posters, maintenance, lighting, make-up
lor plays, and student use ol the Union in
On Floor-M. Rice, 1. Morrell.
Seated-Miss Fahrer, N. Farnum, Miss
Merrill, A. Stottler.
Back Row-M. Webb, D. Robinson, M. E.
Stewart, M. Bacon, P. Perry.
American Institute of
The Rochester Undergraduate
Chapter of the A.I.Ch.E., under the
guidance of the chapter counselor,
Prof. l'l. S. Gardner, has been re-
activated greatly this year with the
return ot many students previously
here in chemical engineering courses.
The purpose of the society, which
held several meetings this year, is to
help the undergraduate students ob-
tain a clearer picture of the careers
ahead of them in chem engineering.
included in the general program
this year ol the Rochester Chapter of
the A.S.M.E., under the counsel of
Prof. J. l.. I-till, Jr., were papers and
tallcs by student members, lectures
given by some ol the engineering
faculty, and inspection tours through
a number of the local industries. The
highlight of the year's activity was
the annual student ASME conference
held at Yale University.
A new addition to the list ot U. R.
student organizations, the local
chapter ol the Student Affiliate
American Chemical Society was
formed this year by a group of chem
students who were interested in dis-
cussing the problems and responsi-
bilities of chemistry in a modern
world. With Professor Noyes as head
ol the organization, the A. C. S. has
been profitable both For students and
members ol the Faculty.
First Row-B. Wheeler, D. A, Wallace, E.
Fisher, J. Ross, M. Greene, L. Hediger.
Second Row-R. Bicknell, R. Neilson, G.
Harris, G. Brown, C. Harrington, 1.
O'Neil, W. Duerr, 1. Bare, F. Clapper.
Phi Beta Kappa
Originally confined to those students generally tabled 'grinds' by their less erudite fellows, Rochester's
lota chapter, founded in 1887, now requires an active participation in campus life to substantiate the high scholastic standing
requisite for membership. Normally selected in March, the seniors-and those Juniors with straight-A's-receive their coveted Phi
Bete lceys in April-a fitting climax to a richly beneficial college life.
Organized by "Gram" Wilbraham on Prince Street and the Traditions Committee on the River, the
U of R cheerleaders whipped football and basketball season spirit into shape with a series of new yells. Mid-season vigor was
added in the person of George CLet's have an R-OJ Gelser whose style was reminiscent of that of the legendary Jaclc Keil. Plans
are on the fire for new yells, more gymnastics and ways to get better response from the fans.
Phi Sigma Iota
ln the words of its constitution, the purpose of the national honorary romance language society, Phi
Sigma lota, is "the stimulation of advanced worl4 and individual research in this field, and the promotion of a sentiment of amity
between our own nation and the nations using these languages." Made up of selected upperclassmen in the field, the Rho chapter
at Rochester fulfilled this purpose with the presentation of varied papers by the student members, followed by discussions under
the stimulating leadership of Dr. lvliclcs.
Left to Right--D. Moolten, D. Robinson, R. Gordon, T. Kriak, Fifil Row-D. Hirshfield, M- AlDYUmOWA
A. Austin, L. Howland, W. Hochheim, R. Velie. Sewnd Row-C. H0lleY, P- HGHSGH, R- WOOClC0Cls.
Third Row-K. Zismer, M. lngrao, E. Duffy.
Missing-M. Greene, B. Bishop, C. Woods.
Sitting, First Row-P. Faulkner, E. Sellick, D. A. Wallace, H.
Second Row-N. Levy, J. Lane, l. Conner, M. Greene
Standing-P. Kelley, T. Krihak, M. Dalton.
Womens' Student Counsellors
Standing-L. Dyott, M. Lindenmuth, K. Sanney,1. Sturdevant,
J. Lane, M. E. Stewart, M. Bacon, 1. Hall.
Second Row-J. Gitelman, P. Parry, M. Proctor, M. Joyce, E.
Sellick, A. Shaughnessey, l, Conner, C. Vaughn, P. Van
de Wolle, P, Kroemer.
First Row-M. Greene, H. Brinsmaid, H. McKay, G. Melville,
G. Harris, R. Baroody, W. Richardson, G. Kurtz, C, Harrington
Left to Right, Front Row-W. Coyne, l. O'Neill.
Second Row-R. Bowllan, W. Heard, F. Walters, R. Murphy
R. Currie, C. Gray.
Back Row-G. Hart, G. Gelser, H. Dillenbeclc, F, Dowd, R.
...is the Prince Street campus discussion
forum in which problems ol campus lite, as
well as those ol local, national, and inter-
national significance are discussed at bi-
weelcly luncheon meetings in Cutler Union.
Seated-A. Prather, R. Beniumin, 1.
Standing-G. Ingersoll, P. Smith, l. Field
The journalistic honorary society ol the
Men's College is guided by distinguished
alumni who talce an active part in the meet-
ings, at which The Campus and lnterpres are
literally torn apart. The alumni include many
leaders in the business and learned professions
as well as a number ol Former campus editors
who have made their marlc in the journalistic
Lett to Right-C, Schott, H, Reiley, j
Lipper, R. Kanka, W. Martin.
Absent: B. Coyne, K. Bunnell.
Headed by Jean Davenport, the committee
is responsible lor selecting spealcers and music
chairmen for Daily Chapel, held at 12:05
p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
in the Little Theater ol the Art Gallery.
Left to Right-V, King, J. Davenport, C.
Apitzsich, S. Neilson, Miss Merrill.
SCA, now in its second year, has
maintained a varied program of activities: the
l-lubbell l'lall Youth Center project under Diclc
Cloward's leadership, the weeldy Study
Group, deputations under Hugh Outterson,
and Campians under Franlc Dowd. With
George Brown as chairman, the lntercollegiate
commission has sent delegates to SCM con-
ferences at Silver Bay, Utica, Geneseo, and
the National Student Assembly at Urbana,
Left to Right, Front Row-G. Wooster, W, Young, R. Peele, H.
Back Row-C. Wren, P. Brainard, J. McKeehan, H. Leonard,
Gamma Sigma was formed in the
late spring of 1946 when students felt the need
of a national honorary general science
fraternity. With the assistance of members of
the faculty, the Alpha chapter of Gamma
Sigma was founded with the purpose of bring-
ing together honor students who have shown
exceptional proficiency in undergraduate
study in at least five of the basic sciences.
Seated-H. Childs, B. Andreas, G. Wendt.
Standing-A. Davidson, R. Munford, T. Sippel, A. Ladds.
With the aims of boosting attend-
ance and raising the level of programs, the
assembly committee began worlc in the Fall
with a Freshman show of songs and the prize-
winning Frosh Camp slcit. Subsequent pro-
grams included other college productions such
as the annual Kaleidoscope preview and the
interdorm Song Contest. Political discussions
led by faculty and guest spealeers dealt with
international and social problems and a high-
light of the year was the Bilcini film. The
Dance Club's Christmas assembly proved
popular as well as a Spring Fashion show and
the Stagers' comedy.
Jean Ross, Mary Proctor, Beth Bishop, Barry White, Joyce Gitelman,
Missing-Terry Levering, Phyllis Kroemer, Edrie Sellick, Audrey
Sitting, First Row-G. DeNerirl9. J. Ouist, C. Lendrim, M. Proctor, T. Krihak.
Second Row-H. Parry, D. A. Wallace, A. Hall.
Standing-M. E. Stewart, C. Hoehn, M, Nixon, L. Allen, F, Montgomery, S. Neilson,
Mrs. C. Gorton, J. Davenport.
Missing-M. Bacon, 1. Bailey, E.Selliclr,B. Mack, L. Epstein, 1. Ross, B, McFadden,
V. King, P. Pierce, J. Conner, B. L. Babcock, B. Ryan, j. Adams.
Y Ca lo I net
Dolores Medulla, Gerry DeNering, Carmen Maya, lrene Nowak, Florence Char
' l lc ol
lnternationa Wee en
First Row-K. l-lurl, L. Allen, Mrs. C. Gorton, 1. Quist.
Second RowfD. Hill, D. Sherrill, M. Nixon, B. Clyter, E. Nelson.
l'll'l the aim ol helping students to integrate their religious and social life, the campus YWCA has
three major emphases this year: Worship, Study, Action. With D. A. Wallace as president, and Cherry Gorton as adviser, the
Y has had a busy and successful year. Among its activities were the Y supper, the Recognition Service, Deputations, Daily Chapel,
the lnternational Weelcend, Senior Commission, WSSF, publication ol the Y-Lights, News Flashes, and the lreshmen's All This
And l'leaven loo, Frosh Commission, lhanlcsgiving Baslcets, worlx in personal religion and race relations, Social Service worlc,
the Vets' Wives and Alumnae Dinner, Worship Lab and the Qualcer meeting, Dr. Koos' Marriage Course, Kaleidoscope, SCM
conferences at Utica and Genesee, the Keulca Frosh Conference, the Advisory Board, the Leadership Training School at Silver Bay.
GPHOCLES is turning over in his grave,Shalce-
speare is treading lightly on his literary immortality, and
Kaufman and l'lart are sweating over their latest. Neverthe-
less, the Quilting Club will produce another hit, though it
will be difficult to rival 'That Grecian Yearnfi Following in
the footsteps of the successes-and flops-of previous years,
the 1947 production leapt from the hung-over brains of its
authors as did the original show, "Tom Tomf' in '40. Though
credit for the authorship goes to the incognito Alexis, rumor
has it that the music and lyrics were delivered by Kurtz,
Frackenpohl, and Cook, while Paul Bourgeois contributed
to the rapid-pace dialogue. The capable and well-padded
chorus was directed by Jean Seelbach and Joan MacLean.
The plot of "That Grecian Yearn" or "All That Moola Can
Buy" was laid in reconverted Greece and Egypt, following
the war oi 3000 B. C. The music and dialogue were built
around the purchase of a surplus war galley by an Egyptian
lady of distinction and a dead-heat election in Athens.
Sets were produced under the skillful hand of Bourgeois.
Brown and Shillinglaw managed the duties of technical
director and business manager respectively.
Staged in the finest traditions ol the Q club, there were no
female members of the cast but the production managed to
put up a good front. Due to the fact that most of the action
toolc place in ancient Egypt, the scripts were printed in hiero-
glyphics, requiring the cast to spend some time in mastering
their parts. Laughs were also a little slow because of the
necessity of translation, and there was a considerable
amount of pausing while the audience thumbed feverishly
through their Rosetta stones.
That Grecian Yearn
Strikes Me Funny
IT "Strikes Me Funny" every time we think of
Char Woods' brain child in which her picture of life on the
none-too-peaceful campus green provided a maximum of
mirth. The story of Maggie and her colleagues who found
college revolting and decided to go on strike is in brief,
the plot ol the '47 K-Scope show.
Particularly memorable were "Slug" Thurston's version of
"Cradle Robbini U, Moe Joyce's singing of "lt Must Be
Son, Sellick's rendition of "A Liberal Education", and
Patchenis, l.endrim's, and l'lall's characterizations ol the
"lonesome maiden ladies," who stole a place in the show
with their effectual lamenting on lite, love, and the state of
the River rats' conduct.
With over Q00 enthusiasts volunteering their services For
various chores, Director Jane Stellwagen had quite a time
separating the "stage-door johnniesn and Hkibitizersu from
"Strikes Me Funnyn will be remembered for its music,
written by the author herself, and Sellick, Proctor, and
Sanney, the dances, directed by Joan MacLean and Sue
Axworthy, and Joan l'lumbert's characterization ol "Dr,
l. Price, M. Monlredo, H. Weihn, A. Lill, l. Bansavage, A. Rang, R. Cornett.
The goal ol Dance Club members
has been to develop a true creative feel-
ing lor the dance. Under the direction ol
Miss Elsa Jordan, they have demon-
strated this development at numerous
University lunctions. Among their ap-
pearances were an original dance at
Strong Auditorium as a part ol the
University Christmas program, a special
Demonstration lea in the lall to show
lrosh elements ol the dance, and a
spring program which emphasized not
only routine technique but original
choreographic themes as portrayed in
solo and group dances.
The Photography Club ol the Women's
Campus started the year by having Dr.
l-lenry Staehle ol Kodalc Parlc, the club's
advisor, as speaker. lalcing portraits
with simple equipment was one ol the
group's projects. Alter the club pur-
chased a new lens lor its enlarger, mem-
bers had lun trying to improve contact
prints. Later meetings included the mak-
ing ol paper negatives and several
speakers discussed photography in color.
The club also contributed pictures and
pamphlets lor the Photography Exhibit
in the library in December and January.
D. Rosenberg, L. Biesterleld, G. Mu
Seated-R. Mumford, E. Colodny, M. Kenner. Standing-W. Allen, N. Grano,W. Ryan.
rphy, D. Hall, D, Goldman.
The purpose of the Public AFlairs
Forum is to create interest in national
and international aFFairs. A galaxy ol
guest speakers, including a member ol
Parliament, a Congressman, and many
distinguished members ol the faculty,
have headed the programs which have
ranged from an informal bull-session on
college fraternities to a student assembly
in which a forum ol Five professors de-
bated lree vs. regulated economy.
The Freshman Committee is
chiefly concerned with Freshman
Week activities at which time entering
students are orientated about college
lile. It also includes the editor and
business manager ol the Frosh Bible.
R. Garner, F. Dowd, W. Dirksen, S. jones, O. Layer,
1, Lipper, G. Kurtz, D. Whalen, R. Heilbrunn.
One oi the most important
committees in college life, it sponsors
the annual interiraternity song con-
test, conducts rousers, the Freshman-
Sophomore flag rush and tug-ol-war
and talces a poll ol student opinion
when called upon by the Executive
Council. It promotes the College
Night supper, the Boaris Head
dinner, and the Dandelion dinner,
and provides lor the selection and
training of cheerleaders.
This all-important committee
is composed of volunteers who assist
the Director ot Todd Union in admin-
istering the attairs ol Todd Union.
Under its jurisdiction come the Coffee
l'lour committee, the Music Room
committee, the Dining Room com-
mittee, and the Dance committee.
Chairman, Bill Gay
Left to Right-C. Wesche, G. Moscaritola, K. Baker,
M. Robins, H. Byers, N. Blake, M. Messinger, N.
Levin, T. Morey, W. Gayett, E. Kurtz, W. Gay,
Inter-campus Protestant Church
A chapel service is held every Sunday morning in
Strong Auditorium at 11:00 A.M. Student leaders talce
part in the services, and invited clergymen from various de-
nominations share in the preaching responsibilities with the
college Chaplain, Rev. Stephen Crary. The services are en-
riched by the singing ol a mixed choir accompanied by
Students from all campuses unite in these services. The
Church cabinet includes representatives from the College for
Men, College for Women, Medical School, School lor
Nursing, and the Eastman School of Music.
A. Stotler, B. Mack, W. Young, P. Brainard, Rev.
Crary, G. Hennem, B. French.
Seated on Floor-K. Bunnell, F. McKeehan.
Members ol the Newman Club are
recruited from among Catholic students
who wish a more comprehensive
lcnowledge ol their faith. This year the
group, guided by Rev. John Malley
and president Pat Rohrer, witnessed
a large increase in membership. Bi-
monthly meetings featured lectures on
Christian marriage, followed by a
social hour of refreshments, discussion
and dancing. Brealctast communions,
a Valentine dance, and the Newman
New Yorlc Central Province Conven-
tion highlighted a successful year.
First Raw-E. Claudius, M. A. Russell. l. Henner, P. Rohrer, M. Bruckel, A. Lill.
Second Row-K. Linehan, M. Drass, F. McAndrew, R. Drumm.
Among the most pleasant of old
traditions revived this year was Old
Forge weelcend. Over a hundred peo-
ple lrom both campuses made the trip
to the little Adirondaclc village. For
some the days on the slopes meant fast
down-hill runs,jump turns and christies,
for others, the weekend was one con-
tinuous mass ol llailing arms, twisted
sl4iis and bruises. Some ol the less
hardy souls preferred evenings by the
Fire or at the local pub. The Old Forge
idea continues to grow in popularity.
Would-be Katherine Cornells, Allred Lunts, stage
crews, set designers, and malee-up artists gather under the
guiding tutelage of Miss Lisa Rauschenbush. Here they
receive the practical experience, necessary for the more
stage strucl4 members, exciting to the mere purveyors of the
hobby. Their ehforts bring the student body the pleasures of
semi-professional artistry with each season highlighted by
variety and high calibre of production. Emily Williams'
"Night Must Fall" was presented in the fall with Beth Bishop
and Gordon Shillinglaw in the lead roles. A Christmas
assembly and another one-act play "Sunday Costs Five
Pesos" which was First presented For the Masonic group, plus
the spring presentation of Thornton Wilder's "Sian ol Our
Teeth" completed a busy year For Stagers.
President Jane Stellwagen
Vice President Beth Bishop
Secretary Phyllis Kroemer
Treasurer Peter Willems
Assistant Treasurer Rolla Hill
Historian Natalie Holmes
Assistant Publicity Manager
Technical Director Bob Brown
First Row-Dr. Bugbee, R. Rickers, A
Second Row-H. Pinsky, M, Robins, S
l Henock, 1. DeFvank, E. Flcum, R. Tunz
The Biology Club was formed to enable the students and faculty ol the Biology department to
meet with one another informally, and to facilitate a mutual understanding ol respective problems.
Sitting-J. Levy, T. George, 1. Cutler, J.
Standing-E. Levering, C. Neel, J. Gill-
man, S. Diclcerman, J. Epstein, M.
Forbes, Mr. Merritt, N. Naramore.
Deeming vital the appreciation oi art masterpieces as well as personal creation, the Art Club
combines these two phases of individual response to beauty. The climax of the year was the Student
Art Exhibit in April, where university members viewed individual creative efforts.
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NFORMATlON gleaned from the record book lor the 1946 football season will cheer the heart of any
loyal River-rat. Burnham 81 Co. outrushed their opponents by nearly twice the yardage gained against them, displayed a lar
superior punting average, outscored the opposition, 122 points to 84-but when the scores of individual games are tallied, the
statistics bow to the won and lost record: three wins, tour losses and one tie. Summed up briefly, hot and cold was the story.
Early fall practice caused no little speculation along the east bank of the Genesee. Eighty-Five eager candidates, some of
them veterans of previous seasons, turned out and Head Coach Elmer Burnham and his aides, .lohnny Sullivan, Tim Stapleton,
and Spike Garnish set to work to mould a football team. Back from last year's squad were Ed Kern and Hank Draggett at ends,
tackle Warren Fischer, and Don Diehl, Dick Garnish and Warren Zimmer, backs. Back alter a year's absence came Whitey
Whitler, who promised to Fill the fullback slot and Bob Brannigan slated for duty at center. Returning from the '42 De Groot
squad alter a stint in service were Frankie Walter, Bill Gay, Bob Hoe, Bob Murphy, Dean Becker, Ray Rapp, Dick Bowllan and
Howie l'loesteroy. Last year's star quarterback, Bill Coffey, was out of the game, inelligible for scholastic reasons. Elmer opened
his "T" bag of tricks and started prepping for the opener with Clarkson. Main problems-lack of weight, especially in the back
Field and an inadequate passing attack.
Ahfable Elmer loaded his charges into a bus early one Friday, setting his course for Potsdam, N. Y. and victory over Clarkson
Tech. But mid-summer heat and lack of experience entered into a game completely dominated by Rochester and the Rivermen
dropped it, 7-6.
1946 Season Lettermen
ROCl'1eSler?6 ClC1I'kSOn-7 Becker, Dean Liotta, Anthony
I Caldwell, William Magill, Lincoln
ROCl1eSter' LJDIOI1'-1 4 Draggett, Henry Murphy, Robert
ROCl19Ster'O Fassett, John Rex, John
1 Gaskell, Vernon Rapp, Ray
Rochester- l'l0mllt0n-14 Garnish, Richard Wren, Carl
R. P. l.-7
ROCl'1eSter-6 Vermont-19 Hoe, Robert Welter, John
Heffman, Thomas Zimmer, Warren
Rochester-O Hobart-1 2 CCohen, Managerj
7500 homecoming fans received a treat as the Yellowjackets inaugurated a lour game home stand in style, trouncing hapless
Union College, mentored by Mel Hein, 30-14. Stealing the Garnet's thunder, Rochester out-dazzled Union in the air waves,
scoring on a Zimmer to Draggett heave. All the remaining 'Jacket scores resulted from long runs. Don Diehl, Bob Murphy, and
Tony Liotta, reserve guard who intercepted an invader pass, were the boys who went over the line.
ln an attempt to disprove the theory that a good big man is better than a good little man, the Rivermen took the field against
N. Y. U. spotting them a 20 pound weight advantage at each position. Fighting spirit and the deception brewed in the "T"
glruost proved the exception to the rule, but superior weight ultimately told the story and Jack Weinheimer's charges took the
u e, 6-0.
Rochester played host to Hamilton lor the first time since 1942 and proved lar from amiable in the estimation of their guests,
to the tune ol 41 -14. Bud Svendsen, in his first year as head coach at the school down in Clinton, N. Y., saw his charges com-
pletely outclassed by an array ol speedy Yellowjacket backs, led by Vern Gaskell who scored twice.
Against the Green Mountain boys from Vermont the Rivermen suffered a recurrence of jitters, outplayed them on a rain-
soaked field at Burlington, only to lumble thrice and drop the game, 19--6.
Traditional rivalry triumphed over season's records, when the spark in Hobart's previously abject eleven burst into llame and
enabled them to upset heavily lavored Rochester, 12-O. Acting captain Hob Hoe, played heads-up lootball, managed to
keep Rochester a threat throughout.
First Row-E. Kern, R. Murphy, C. Wren, E. Exner, S. Phillips, H. Hoesteroy, R. Waters, A. Liotta.
Second Row-P. Woodcims, R. Garnish, R. Rapp, D. Becker, R. Eden, H. Draggett, D, Diehl, J. Fussell.
Third Row-E. Rex, L. Mogill, 1. McElleny, C. Gray, M. VanOrter, R. Bergan,T, Hoffman, R. Rovegno.
Fourth Row-R. Whitney, W. Zimmer, G. Tymeson, R. Kraftschiki, J. Welter,1.Malloy, R. Branigan, W. Fischer.
Fifth Row-T. Stapelton, R. Hoe, W, GGY, A. Whitler, L. Garnish, R. Bowllan,W. Caldwell, J. Baynes, R. Baldwin, E. Burnham.
Next opponent was a power-laden Syracuse live,
sporting six previous wins. Johnny Baynes, Rochester's
slcinny, bespectacled co-captain, was put on Billy
Gabor, high scoring Orange ace. Baynes stayed with
Gabor nearly all the way and finally had to be helped
oft the court. Gabofs closing baslcets gave Syracuse
a well earned 50-38 win.
An amazing New Yorlc University team, featuring
All-American Sid Tannenbcium, invaded the Palestra
next, and handed the locals a 61-31 trimming, in a
strictly "no-contest game."
Bounding baclc from this humbling shellaclcing,
the Rivermen clamped down on Yale's big threat, tall
Tony Lavelle and wallced off with ci neat 47-40
victory. Baynes, again given the "big leech" assign-
ment, held Lavelli to 12 points, notched 14 himself.
When Hobart postponed their game due to the
death of their President, Sampson College Filled the
bill, and was handed a 53-37 spanking. Neither team
loolced good in this wild-and-wooly fracas, but the
Alexandermen had too much class and won going
Colgate entertained the Rivermen in the next
lray, and proved to be a discourteous host, blasting
the UR lads, 59-45. Only the surprising showing of
of two Rochester reserves, Jim Blumer and Jaclc Fleck-
enstein, kept the score from rising higher.
Baclc on home ground, the Rochesters found diifi-
culty in subduing Toronto, but finally turned the triclc,
to talce a 47-44 decision. Joe Culhane, in what was
to be his farewell performance at Rochester, poured
in 15 points lor the locals.
At mid-season, Coach Alexander was laced with
the loss of two regulars, Chapman, who was graduat-
ing, and Culhane, who was transfering to Georgetown.
He loolced searchingly up and down the bench, beclc-
oned to pudgy Jim Blumer and Neil Alexander. l'le
decided to replace Baldwin with Kenny Flowerday.
lTl'l all these new laces, Lou decided to drop the slow, steady style of attaclc, concentrate on a last
brealt offense instead. The move paid dividends, and brought the Rivermen 8 wins in their last 9 games.
First to Feel the fury ofthe speeded-up offense was Alfred, which absorbed a 67-50 trouncing. Flowerday and Blumer netted
30 points between them. Down at Clinton, N. Y., the Yellowjaclcets went basl4et-berserl4, set a new record as they creamed Ham-
ilton, 94-48. Flowerday, hot as a pistol, clipped the meshes lor Q1 points in the first hall, called it a day and sat out the last half.
The Rivermen continued their torrid pace against Oberlin, winning by a 60-52 margin, as Flowerday and Blumer led the
Union and Allegheny were the next victims, Falling by 64-57 and 60-45 scores. Getting partial revenge lor the football
upset, the Rivermen submerged a hapless Hobart Five, 56-23, in their next outing, during which the second Five played over half
Johnny Baynes climaxed a brilliant three-year career in U. R. as he tallied 32 points against Clarlcson to brealc the Palestra
individual scoring record. Two other marlcs fell by the wayside that night, as the 80-60 victory brolce a Rochester teamvscoring
record, and the 140 points were a new game record.
R. P. l. 36
N. Y. U. 61
John De-Nlers Clvlanager
Nearrng the end of a long season, the Rivermen were caught short by an upsurgent Hobart five at Geneva and dropped a
thrilling 63 6? overtime battle. To give the winners credit, they did very little wrong against Rochester and dropped spectacular
long shots from all over the court to hand the Yellowjaclcets their 5th loss.
The curtain was rung down against Hamilton, and the Rivermen regained their winning touch talang a 68 60 triumph
Baynes hit for 20 Blumer for 19, and Baldwin For 18 in this final tilt. Season's end found Baynes holding the new U R individual
season scoring mark of Q16 points.
Colgate-64 Rochester-1 1
Rensselaer-64 Rochester-1 1
Oberlin-50W Rochester-25 W
Front Row, Left to Right-R. Page, 1. Laird, R. Billett, C. Harrington, T. O'Connell.
Second Row-C. Lundquist, P, Bush, 1. DeVuyst, G. Harris, G. F. Harris
Third Row-S, Traux, A. VanderLande, D. Barge, W. Ryan, R. Speegle.
Meeting top notch competition with a minimum of material, swimming mentor "Speed" Speegle wailed
as his natators dropped nine consecutive meets, forced a siclcly grin as they rose up on their final attraction against Hamilton
to garner one victory in a season fraught with Frustration.
Opening against a strong Cornell squad, the Yellowjaclcets absorbed the most severe shellaclcing administered to a Roch-
ester swimming team since 1933. The only bright note ofthe rout was the diving oi Slcip Page, good enough to register Rochester's
sole second place. Then followed defeats at the hands of Colgate, Hamilton, Rensselaer, and Toronto.
The return encounter with Hamilton provided Speed's charges with their only opportunity oi breaking into the win column.
They made the most of that opportunity by challdng up a score 0150-25. paced by Johnny Laird, Jack Benson, Chuclc Harring-
ton, Dave Barge, and George Harris, the Yellowjaclcets piled up seven Firsts.
OF more importance to Speed than actual tally were the impressive showing oi VanderLande, Barge, Harris and Page,
all oi whom will be around next year to form the nucleus oi an improved swimming squad.
Schaffer Truax Uvlanagerj
Rochester 1 lthaca 3
Rochester 1 Colgate 2
Rochester 6 Buffalo State 1
Rochester O Cortland 3
Rochester 5 Allegheny 0
Rochester 3 Brockport 2
Rochester Q Syracuse 1
Won 4 Lost 3
After a discouraging start, marked by three losses in the first Four games, the 1946 Rochester Soccer
team found itself in November, swept through its last three games triumphantly, finishing the season with a record of four wins
and three defeats. Coach "Doc" Campbell's pitch club, composed almost entirely of ex-servicemen, found its athletic second
wind late in the season, in time to make the '46 campaign a successful one. After only two weeks of practice, the still-green
Campbell-men entertained lthaca State at Rochester, were handed a 3-1 setback by the superbly conditioned Phys. Ed. trainees.
The following week down at Hamilton, mighty Colgate trounced the Yellowjacket booters 2-1. Only Pierce Day's final-period
penalty tally kept Rochester from a shutout.
Tired of getting tramped on, the Rivermen unleashed their wrath against Buttalo Teachers and carried off a decisive 6-1
victory, as shitty center-forward Day racked up three goals himself. But a week later, Cortland stopped the improving Rochester
dribblers in a muddy morass at Cortland, 3-0.
High point of the season saw the late-starting locals spot Syracuse an early one-goal lead, tie up the game, and win it in
a story-book finish in the Final 15 seconds of play. The deciding score came as senior Jim Kinney followed up his own blocked
free kick and rammed the rebound into the Orange nets to clinch the verdict.
ln their seven games, the U. R. forces drove in 18 goals against their opponents' 11.
Charles Timber UV1anagerD
Bruce l.e Messurier
Robert Kaman Clvianagerl
Faced with the problem of moulding a winning cinder combine from tour returning lettermen and a
host ol green neophytes, traclc coach "Speed" Speegle did nearly that, as his 1947 hustlers won two meets, and dropped three.
The four monogrammed returnees were captain Bob Forrester, who was defeated in his high jump specialty only once during
the schedule, sprinter Marty Messinger, pole vaulter AI Zinter, and two miler Bruce Thompson who was laid up with an injured
anlde after winning his event in the opening meet.
Consistent individual winners during the year were Forrester, who emerged as high point man, half-miler Bob Kanlta, who
lost only one race, and hurdlers Bruce Lelviessurier and Pete Woodams.
The Rivermen defeated the lthaca College and Hamilton traclc teams, and were downed by R. P. l., Union and Colgate.
Prospects for 1948 lool4 bright as only Bob Forrester will graduate. The other 11 letter winners will be bacl4 next season.
First Row-P. Woodams, J,
Lamb, A, Vander Lande, W.
Leet, O. Cassidy, Cassistant
Second Row-W. Martz, D.
Reinertson, M. Messinger,
R. Kanka, R. Eden, T.
Back Row-H. Garvin, T.
Mapa, B. LeMessurier, W.
Britton, A. Zinter, R. Evans,
Rochester Q Cornell 10
Rochester 11 St. Lawrence 4
Rochester 4 . .
Rochester 5 Union 9
Rochester 6 Hamilton Q
Rochester 7 Hobart 4
Rochester 16 Hamilton Q
Rochester 17 R. P. l. 4
Rochester 7 Cornell 4
Rochester O Union 1
Rochester 11 St. Lawrence 7
Rochester 9 Clarlcson 3
Won 7 Lost 5
J. B. Williams
Raymond Shalvoy ,J
Featuring a powerful batting attacle which netted 88 runs in 12 contests, the 1946 U. of R. baseball
varsity raclced up a winning record of 7 victories and 5 losses. At one time, the Lou Alexander-coached nine ran up 5 wins in
a row. Top sticlcmen for the '46 aggregation were Captain Don Diehl and Frank Shaughnessy, who both hit over .400. The mound
worle was divided among righthanders Carl Wren and Bob Kimball and southpaw Dan Dieter, all of who finished with winning
Coach Alexander had the same pitching staff and the same infield combo ready for duty in 1947, the outfield was green
but promising. Somehow, the team seldom reached its possibilities and its final won-lost count showed 5 triumphs against 4
losses. The wettest spring weather in years played havoc with the baseball schedule and 4 tilts were washed out completely.
Pitching, with burly Carl Wren bearing most of the mound burden, was better, but batting was spotty and only Franlc Shaughnessy
of the '46 returnees was able to hit as well during 1947. shortstop Bill Shoemalcer captained the '47 club, and Shaughnessy was
elected captain of next year's team.
First Row-F. Shaughnessy, T.
McKeown, J. Knapp, D.
Diehl,j. B. Williams,W. Cof-
fey, R. Garnish.
Second Row-D. Becker, D.
Dieter,W. Shoemaker, E. Rex,
C. Wren, R. Kimball,j. Ryan.
Third Row-R. Shalvoy, T. R.
Stapleton, L. A. Alexander,
L. E. Garnish, J. Dwyer.
HE year 1946-47 saw a strong revival
ot pre-war interest in intramural athletics. Several hundred
U. of R. undergraduate and grad students competed For
individual and team awards in nine sports.
The All-Around Cup went to Delta Kappa Epsilon which won no championships but piled up numerous second and third
places to win the vaunted trophy. Delta Upsilon, which came in second, won the football championship, in third place,
and boasting the largest number of championships was Alpha Delta Phi, which toolc Five cups.
Other team winners were: Swimathon, Theta Chi, Baslcetball, Burton Dorm, Volleyball and Softball, Theta Delta Chi,
Tennis, Sigma Chi, and Handball, the Grad Students.
Sitting'-Peg Faulkner, Sammy Moore, Helen Auringer, Doris Robinson, Zippy Parry, Barb Peters, loan Thurston.
Standing-lady Landers, Helen B-insmaid, Gretchen Thomas, Helen Schantz, Marion Bacon.
WUMlN'S HlHlHIE HSSHHIHHHN
ood sportsmanship and good muscle tone as well as the fun of cooking bacon and eggs on early
morning outing club jaunts or doing a schuss at Old Forge have proved an incentive to active sports participation on the part
of Prince Street girls. To coordinate the diversified athletic activities ol the Women's Campus there was need lor a capable W.
A. A. board-which was this year under the ellicient management ol Helen Auringer.
Well remembered are the baslcetball teams that fought ardently all winter lor possession ol the silver cups awarded on Moving-
Up-Day. Remembered, too, are the hoclcey manoeuvres ol loan Thurston, the tennis tournaments and the prowess ol Jean Burnham
and Peg Faullcner-Sammy Moorels management ol badminton, the special eliort of "Littul" Brindsmaid and interdorm baslcetball
competition-the bowling alley jaunts ol Trudy Melville, the inspired ballets ol Dorrie Robinson-Finney and Landers and
their galloping afternoons, Jaclcie Hitchcoclfs management of the Outing Club, the elaborate spiels of Terry Levering which
persuaded countless numbers of slci fans to polish their hiclcories and head lor the slopes at Old Forge.
Then above, beyond and ever-present was "Gram" who never failed anyone when she was called upon to solve any ol the
many difficulties that cropped up.
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Sitting-L. Hediger, Fairhurst,
S. Knoeckel, D. Cochran, A.
Gage, M. Myers.
Standing-E. Kinney, 1. Hunter,
WHMlN'S lllllllllllllll EUHNEH
Dormitory life at the U. ol R. is becoming increasingly complex due to the continuous influx of more and
more students. One ol the most important functions ol the lnterdormitory Council this year was to maintain cooperation and a
unified spirit within each dormitory and within all the dormitories as a whole. Crowded conditions have created new problems
and the Council and its able advisors, Dean Clarlc and Miss Merrill, can be given credit lor their way ol handling dilficult situa-
Lelt to Right 'W, Douglas,
G. Dischinger, F. Gentiel,
l. Faulkner, W. jackson, W.
Kotary, D. Bauer, J, Dieterle.
lllN'S llllllllllllll IIHIINEH
With college lile baclc on a peacetime basis, the River Campus dormitories are once again
filled with civilian students, over 400 strong. Under the new constitution, the Council is composed ol ten "democratically elected"
students, the Dean, and the head dormitory advisor. This group has the responsibility ol setting up the dormitory rules and of
acting as the representatives ol dorm residents in all matters in which they are concerned.
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First Row-P. it en, . u , . , . , . , . , .
Second Row-E. Burke, D. Cochran, J. Seelbach, C. Lendrim, S. Knoekel, J. Lane, M. Greene, M, Brant,T. Levering, P, Faulkner, H. Brinsmaid, 1. Thurston, L. Bennett
Third Row-H. Auringer, P. Dwyer, N. North, J. Masbruger, P. Faulkner, A. McKissick, J. Roberts, K. Sanney, J. Sturdevant, C, Wenzel, J. Ross, B. Nelson, E
Fischer, H, McKay, G. Neil, E, J. Larkin, Char Woods.
Fourth Row-M. E. Stewart, A. Wilson, J. Landers, C, Farnum, T. Murphy, R. Naramore, N. Chase, J, Riley, E. Krihak, A. Bonnett, M. J. Finnegan.
Missing-J. Conner, B. Eisenberg, P. Ginna, T. Melville, H. Urbelis, M. Joyce, S. Kelly, F. Char.
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Sitting on Floor-B, Larson, Shirley Gott, M. Hoff, K. johnson, P. Van De Walle, P. Kroemer, . I , , . ,
Second Row-C. Vaughn, J. Kotcrry, P, Steinbeck, D. A. Wallace, M. E. Dalton, E. O'Hara, V. Van de Carr, P. Kelley, M. Proctor, J. Hall, N. Green,
V. Sykes, M. Gray, A. Barnes, S. Forbes.
Third Row-D. Butch, l. Morrill, R. Forquer, 1. MacLean, L. Leininger, K. Zismer, B. Marvin, l. Schapler, M. Schrieb, B, White, J. Ross, B. Weller, M. Cunning-
ham, 1. Gitelman, A. Nemetz, 1. Bailey.
Fourth Row WB. Stephens, E. MacDonald, D. Gillette, 1. Bagley, D. L. Taylor, E. Duffy, J. Stellwagen, D. Benz, A. Shaughnessy.
' V. H t , D. Hershfield, E. Kinney, A. Zimmer, M. Park, J. Worden, H. Converse, G. Ferguson, A
Missing--B. Bishop, E, B. White, P. Conley, C. Slocum, agger y
Miller, C. Moya, l. Marcom, J. Rockwell.
First Row-M. J. Kaiser, E. Hessler, B. Gaia, P. Rohrer, M, Price, R. Krautwurst M Kali,
Second Row B K ' K
- . alser, . Ludwig, C. Elliott, F, Galvin, P. Perry, 1. Murphy, Liidwig, J. Henner, 1. Page,
Third Row-P. Hansen, J. Malcolm, B. Sites, ,I. Nelson, N. Schaller, M. Coutts, J. Tatlock, N. Levy, S. Sievens, R. Drumm, B. Weinbrenne
r, E. Thompson
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First Row-E. Costich, I. Good, E. Brotz, B Weinstein E Parker E BI d tt
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Second Row-G. Saperstone M Monfredo B B I4 S
, . , . oyors y, . Henoch, R. Bergman, C. Hoehn, J. Nichols, E. Fleisher
Third Row-I. Tillim, D. Woolfe, A. Mcrcsco, S. Allcrt, D, Drcut.
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First Row-B Yousey G Porter M. Wheeler, B. Wheeler, B. McLain, M. Chard, M. Matthews, M. Fuller.
S d R Q-A. Hall, Nielsen, L. Hediger, C. Gordon, R. Woodcock, R. Kennedy, S. Moore, E. Cartwright, L. Lakin.
Third Row-J. Balch, D. Robinson, B. Peters, J. Gilbert, A. Roberts, E. Shakeshalt, B. Schumacher, E. Peirce, M. Connell, j. Lawler, N. Carlyon, V. Cavagnaro
Left to Right-L. Hediger, E,
Fleisher,l.Thurston, F. Galvin,
T. Krihak, M. Coutts.
Bishop, B. Schmidt, R. Bergman.
Before the student body had a chance to exhale its first breath of the college year, lnter-
sorority Council was busily malcing plans for the Rushing Period which was carried through in a successful whirl of teas and lunches
and pledge dances. After a certain amount of peace was restored, new vigor was poured into plans for the main social event
on the sorority calendar-lntersorority Ball. Festoons of cotton snow, silvered shrubs and frosted lanterns created a winter atmos-
phere. Spring found the Council more concerned with individual sorority functions than with the larger affairs which always char-
acterize the fall season.
Left to Right-F. Dowd, S.
Bloom, F. Walters, R. Billett,
D. Clough, T. Wheeler, D.
Whalen, N. Grano, 1. Laird,
D, Fisher, M. Haynes, R.
It is the job of the Hellenic Council to coordinate activities and policies among the fraternities at the
University. ln the fall, the Council formulates regulations and supervises rushing of new members. Such affairs as interfraternity
dances and fraternity open houses are planned by the Council which has representatives from each fraternity.
Missing-M. E. Dalton, B. ,
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Kneeling, First Row-K. Bastress, R. Lclfleur, T. Mopp, J. Boas, Bismark, D. Barry, R. Rheinerslon, R. Madden, D. Dise.
Second Row-T, Dowdy, R. Williamson, D. Tuites, W, Morgan, R, Dinse, R. Garner, G. Shirey.
Third Row-R. Barker, T. Barry, D. Harvey, C. Bowermon, P. Woodams, H. Vogt, R. Rickard, R. Burns.
Standing-K. Bunnell, L. Erickson, D. Clark, F. Paulus, C, Lundquist, C. Harrington, F. Walter, N. Maxon, P. Stein, G. Gelser, R. Eclcler, R. Billet
1. Scobel, G. Fltzelle, G. Fellows, T. Burden, A. Lane, A. Buconnan, P. Benhom, R. Skiles, R, Eastman, D. McConnell, R. Zaenglein, E. Kent
First Row-R. Moore, R. Mohlar, J. Ragan, E. Exner, H. Shrier, J. Brandy, C. Adler.
Second Row-R. Bruton, R. Whitney, H. Nagel, S. jones, W. Hart, R. Kaiser, C. Fitzmorris, R. Weigelt.
Third Row-J, Lacy, R. Murphy, 1. Rapp, R. Ferris, R. Hoe, E. Rex, R. Cowing.
Fourth Row-R. Allison, P. Gucker, J. Guyon, W. Guy, R. Baroody.
Last Row-A. Chapin, R. Allen, P. Hanks, D. Bailey, T. Wheeler, D. Becker, L. Krolak, R. Rosborough, S. Hamilton
First Row-C. Woodman, A. Miller, W. Simpson, C. Wudams, T. Armstrong, C. Frame, R. Williams, C. Langtry.
Second Row-H. Droggett, G. McKelvey, F. Giangiobbe, R, Pollard, l. Gosnell, F. Steinbeck, R .Eden.
Third Row-R. Bollon, H. Rupert, P. Svanoe, W. Woods, J. Clark.
Standing-L. Laird, M. Reed, J. Fossett, W. Howes, H. Smart, C. Gill, H. Martin, F. Dowel, R. Rupp, F. Hammill, W. Daily, Y. Sanders, R. Kanka
First Row-F. Ostendorl, H, Smith, R. McBride, J, Conneley, R. McCarthy, G. Hart, l. Glenn, A. Cook, J. Fleckenstein.
Second Row-D. Whalen, J. Conneley, H. Crowley, l. Schaefer, A. Baker, l. Bloomer, C. Wackerman, F. Shaughnessy, D. Fisher, D. Lincoln, A. Hurst, W. Coyne,
R. Garnish, M. Callahan, 1. Malloy, T. Hoffman, K. Fuoco, l. Murphey.
Third Row-1. Lipper, G. Harris, R. Henty, R. Scott, P. Fisher, B. Forsythe, R. Hudson, 1. Williams, G. Schaefer, 1. Helti, R. Baldwin, M. Vanorter, D. Barnard,
W. Ryan, R. Stevans, D. Stonebraker.
Fourth Row-W, Dirlcson, S. Widener, W. Richardson, l. Allington, R. Hcluse.
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First Row-S. Terris, E. Langhans, C. Barrett, N. Davidson, j. O'Grady, R. Ketchum, R. Wakefield, J. Clark, E. Mullen.
Second Row-D. Dieter, R. Hampton, R. Reeves.
First Row, Standing-P. Bourgeois, G. Terry, R. Dinzler, P. Seeley, W. DaBolI, R. Miles, R. Balme, W. Dieter.
Second Row, Standing-Robert Cook, W. Daymon, R. Wegman, Richard Cook, l. Wright, W, Kotary.
Third Row, Standing-R. Keagle, E. Butrim, J, Friert, l. Bullock, R. Daggs, N. Wallen.
Fourth Row, Standing'-J. Baldwin, D. Pickett, D. Clough, l. Hastings, E, Harris, C. Gray, V. Noel, W. Heard, R. Lytle, E, Kartlick, R. Clough, J. Hursh, D. Morgan
First Row-H. Menzel, W. Blair, K. Hubel, W, Mavtz, D. Hotchkiss, R. johnson,
Second Row-1. Gurnett, A. VanderLande, R. Scott, H. Strohson, V. Carpenter,
Third Row-R. Herbert, R. Brown, M. Haynes, W. Henion, S. Walton, J. Savage,
Fourth Row-R. Brady, J. Lawrow, A. Wiberly, l. O'Neil, W. Pratt, D. Bernhardt,
R. Hill, W. Ingersoll
G. Hart, D. Willems
R. Peule, N. Grano.
First Row-R. Kirby, F. Raible, W. Agnew, R. Faroo, R. Kenyon, E. Atwater, W. Hochheim, S. Killip, W. Gamble, J. Hays, W. Fraser, D. Arlidge.
Second Row-C. Von Voorhis, F. Bliss, T. Shafer, H. Baxter, W. Yaude, G. Rich, D. Howe, H. VanCott, J. Nolan, W. Grcxeper.
Third Row-C. D. Hollenbeck, H. Dillenbeck, l. Neel, J. Lamb, R. Slcuse, R. Thielking, R. Miller, D. Aumick.
' ' J. J k , R. Saunders, T. Young, F. Howd, S. Trunx, R. Hughs, W. Sabey
Standing-Don Howe, R. Currie, R. Day, R. Van Graafelland, R. Wyland, A. Gilman, ac son
Seated-J, Proiu, S. Sanfilippo, L. DiLellc, J. Gatluso.
Standing-D. Bronte, I. Barone, A. DiCesc1re, L, Evungelisti, G. Privitera
Left to Right, Front Row-R. Shapiro, G. Koris, M. Rosenberg, A. Leve, M. Berman.
Second Row-C. Berger, M. Goldstein, M. Cominsky, B. Friedman, P. Cohen.
Third Row-1. Tishkoff, L. Epstein, A. Davidson, J. Korpeck, R. Hosson, N. Lieberman.
Fourth Row-H. Pinsky, R. Gerber, A. Rubin, H. Shur, L. Winogrod, S. Phillips, E. Pollock.
Fifth Row-E. Colodny, 1. Hollander, S. Bloom, J. Goldberg, H. Axelrod, J. Roz, E. Wineberg, 1. Gnstel
First Row-M. Robins, K. Baker, G. Wich, R. Plosscawe, C. Moreland, N. Wellsey, D. Gclir.
Second Raw-W. Douglass, M. Messinger, T. Morey, N. Levin, W. Curran, G. Moscaritolo ,C. Weschke, H. Byers, R. Wallace
Third Row-D. Terry, A. Miale, G. Coghill, C. Helifer, S. Smith, W. Glaser.
Fourth Row-N. Blake, H. Nick, 1. Hammill, A. Lewis, M. HoHmun.
JUNIOR ROSTER -WOMEN
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, Water Ballet, Kaleidoscope,
Lighting Committee, Glee Club.
Dean's List, YWCA, Frosh Commission, War Bond Drive,
YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Commission, Sociol-
APITZSCH, BERTHA CAROLINE
YWCA, Sociology Club, Art Club, German Club,
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope, lntercampus
Choir, Glee Club, Soloist lor Cantata, Assistant News
Editor ol Tower Times.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon, Dean's List, YWCA, Biology
Club, Social Service.
Dean's List YWCA, WAA Board, Captain of Dorm
Basketball Team, Gamma Phi.
Alpha Sigma, Assistant Treasurer, YWCA, Sub-Fresh-
men Day Commission Student Association Mediation
Board tor Freshmen-Sophomore Hunt, Counselor at
Freshmen-Junior House Party.
Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Treasurer, Daily Chapel Com-
mittee, Sophomore Advisor of Freshmen Commission, Sub-
Chairman ol WSSF, Editor of Y-Lights, Representative
ol Y to National Assembly, Delegate to State SCM
Council Meeting Silver Bay Delegate, Spanish Club,
French Club, Freshmen Choir.
BARNES, ALICE JEANETTE
Alpha Sigma, Freshmen Commission, YWCA, Tower
Times, French Club, Dean's List.
Dean's List, Sigma Kappa Upsilon, Secretary 2, President
3, Senior Dance Club, Intersorority Council, Biology
Club, Jewish Culture Group, German Club.
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Commission, Daily
Chapel Committee, Deputations.
BILLINGS, JANET BARRY CMRSJ
Dean's List, YWCA, President ol Sociology Club.
BISHOP, BETH STODDARD
Alpha Sigma Sorority, Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen
Commission, Sta ers, Vice-President, French Club,
Feature Editor ol Tower Times, Junior and Senior Dance
Club, Corresponding Secretary, Assistant Director of
Kaleidoscope, Freshmen Play, Art Exhibit, MacKenzie
Fund Drive Assembly Chairman, Editorial Assistant ol
Interpres, Dramatic Editor of Tower Times, Assistant
Editor of Blue Book, Intersorority Council, Gamma Phi
Prize, Freshmen-Junior House Party, Thi Sigma Iota.
Stagers, Tower Times.
Theta Eta, YWCA, Interpres Movie.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen
Commission, German Club, French Club, Jewish Cultural
Theta Eta, Secretary, Dean's List, YWCA, Sophomore
Advisor ot Freshmen Commission, Photography Club,
Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Snow Party, Cutler House
Committee, Kaleidoscope, Scenery, Junior Carnival,
WSSF Drive, Carnegie, Vice-President, Freshmen-
Junior House Party, SA Counselor.
Theta Eta, Junior Counselor, YWCA, Freshmen Com-
mission, Cutler Music Committee, Chairman ot Scenery
Kaleidoscope, Chairman of Sophomore Dance, Junior
Class Secretary, WAA Board.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon, YWCA, Photography Club,
Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Commission Biology Club,
Delegate to SCM Conference, Daily Chapel Committee.
Senior Dance Club.
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, YWCA.
International Weekend Vesper Service
CHARD MARY FRANCES
Gamma Phi, YWCA, Kaleidoscope.
CLARK, EVELYN RUTH
Freshmen Choir, Christian Science Organization, Social
Chairman of Bragdon, Kaleidoscope, Glee Club, Fresh-
men-Junior House Party.
Dean's List, Stagers, YWCA.
Glee Club, YWCA.
COOK, ESTHER LOIS
Dean's List, YWCA, Sam Johnson Club, Daily Chapel,
Ililaleidoscope Lighting Committee, Secretary of Castle
CONLEY, PATRICIA M.
Dean's List, YWCA, Art Club.
COUTTS, MORNILVA EUNICE
Dean's List, Theta Tau Theta, Intersorority Council,
YWCA, Phi Sigma Iota.
Dean's List, YWCA, Board Member, Kaleidoscope,
SCM Conference, Leadership Training School Chair-
man ol Daily Chapel, Freshmen Choir, Stagers, Editorial
Assistant lor Interpres, Glee Club.
DE NERING, GERALDINE ELIZABETH
Dean's List, YWCA, Chairman ol International Weekend,
Y Delegate to National Assembly, SA Counselor,
Frosh Choir, Lighting Committee, Prokons Speaker,
Silver Bay Conference.
Dean's List, Frosh Choir, Stagers, Secretary-Treasurer ol
Dean's List, YWCA, Frosh Commission.
YWCA, Kaleidoscope, Stagers, Business Manager of
College Song Book, SA Counselor, lntercampus Choir,
Frosh Choir, Glee Club, Junior Class President, Junior
Section Editor of Interpres, Social Chairman of Bragdon,
Chairman Cutler Checking Committee, Stagers, Freshmen-
Junior House Party.
ELLIOTT, CLAUDIA LOUISA
Theta Tau Theta, Biology Club, Junior Dance Club,
Spanish Play, Newman Club.
FAULKNER, ET!-IEL PAULINE
Theta Eta, Dean's List, Rosenber er Prize, YWCA, Fresh-
men Commission, Senior Dance Club, Chapel Committee,
Sophomore Advisor to Freshmen Commission, Kaleido-
Frosh Mixer Chairman, YWCA, Glee Club Concert, Com-
mittee Chairman for Snow Party, Winter Formal.
. tContinued on page 1541
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JUNIOR ROSTER -WOMEN fConiinuedJ
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Com-
mission, SA Publicity Committee.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon, Dean's List, YWCA, Photog-
raphy Club, Jewish Cultural Group.
Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Freshmen Commission, Red Cross
Drive, Sub-Freshmen Committee, Kaleidoscope.
FREEMAN, MARGARET JANE
FREY, RUTH CONSTANCE
Gamma Phi, YWCA.
YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Commission, Co-
President of Bragdon, Daily Chapel, Vice-President of
Bragdon 2, Co-Chairman Freshmen Luncheons.
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, French Club.
YWCA, Kaleidoscope, Theta Tau Theta, Cutler Poster
Gamma Phi, YWCA, Dean's List, Newman Club,
Kaleidoscope, Spanish Club, College Music Quartet,
Christmas lntercampus Program, Dance Club.
Kaleidoscope, Costumes, YWCA, Glee Club Freshmen
Ehog, lntercampus Church Council, Junior Class Song
GRIFFITH, ELIZABETH GOULD
GUSTAVSEN, KRISTIN P.
Alpha Si ma, Dean's List, YWCA, Newman Club,
Freshmen Choir, Secretary and Treasurer, Freshmen Play,
Alpha Sigma, Kaleidoscope, Tower Times, Assistant
Managin Editor, SA Mediations Board,Junior Section
Editor of Tnterpres, Secretary of Alpha Sigma.
Dean's List, Kaleidoscope, Freshmen Choir, Glee Club,
Social Service, Corresponding Secretary of Dance Club.
Dean's List, YWCA, Kaleidoscope, Freshmen Commission
Dean's List, YWCA, Newman Club, Art Club, Kaleido-
Dean's List, Art Club, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen
Sta ers Step Ceremony, Water Ballet, Freshmen Choir,
Vice-President of Carnegie, Freshmen Commission, Fresh-
men Choir, Student Counselor, Kaleidoscope, Co-Chair-
man of Athletics at Helen Wood Hall, Vesper Com-
HESSLER, EVELYN ROSE
Theta Tau Theta, Corresponding Secretary, Dean's List,
YWCA, French Club, Editorial Assistant of lnterpres,
Freshmen-Junior House Party.
Alpha Sigma, Dean's List, YWCA, French Club, Presi-
dent, Stagers, Kaleidoscope, Phi Sigma Iota.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon Vice-President, YWCA, Sopho-
more Delegate on the Board, Chairman of Political Club
Kaleidoscope, Delegate to SCM Conference, Social
Service,'Y Representative to National Assembly.
Dean's List, Biology Club.
HOWLAND, LILY JEAN
Theta Tau Theta, Cheer Leader, Kaleidoscope.
HUGHES, BETTY LOUISE
YWCA, Glee Club, Secretary of Kendrick, Kaleidoscope,
Song Book Committee, Secretary-Treasurer of Bragdon,
Co-President of Bragdon, Social Service.
Dean's List, Freshmen Commission, Stagers, French Club,
International Weekend, YWCA, Phi Sigma Iota.
KENNEDY, REBECCA JANE
Frosh Commission Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope, Chapel
Music, SCM Conference Delegate, YWCA Board
Member, lntercampus Choir, Co-Chairman Munro Music
KINNEY EILEEN SUSAN
Alpha Si ma, Junior Counselor, YWCA, Freshmen
Choir, Fresimen Snow Party, Stagers, Lighting Director,
Glee Club Ushers, Freshmen-Junior House Party, Kaleido-
scope, Cutler Union House Committee, President of
Freshmen Choir, SCM Conference, Glee Club lnter-
campus Choir, Chairman of Freshmen Luncheons, Fresh-
Dean's List Theta Eta, Treasurer, YWCA, Kaleidoscope,
Dean's List, YWCA, Stagers.
Theta Eta YWCA, Stagers, Sophomore Advisor to
Freshmen Commission, Kaleidoscope.
Gamma Phi, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Glee Club, Span-
ish Club, Newman Club.
Dean's List, Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Christian Science
Dean's List, YWCA, Photography, President, Tower
Times, Advertising Manager, lnterpres Staff Freshmen-
Junior House Party, Newman Club, Spanish Club.
MC KISSICK AUDREY
Dean's List, Theta Eta, YWCA, Sam Johnson, Associate
Editor, Feature Editor of Tower Times, Sophomore Class
Secretary, Junior Counselor, Assembly Committee,
Kaleidoscope, Blue Book, Campus Correspondent for
Times Union, Literary Editor of lnterpres.
MC LAIN, JOSEPHINE
Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope,
Glee Club, Campus Church Representative, Tower Times.
MC LAUGHLIN, JEAN
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope, College
Suppers, Theta Tau Theta.
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, Tower Times, Campus
Theta Tau Theta, YWCA Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope,
Glee Club, Chairman of Freshmen College Supper, Circu-
lation Manager of lnterpres, Freshmen-Junior House
MANN, LOIS WENDELL
Dean's List, Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Christmas College
CContinued on page 1561
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Stlpha Sigma, YWCA, SCM Conference, Sub-Freshmen
Dean's List, Gamma Phi, YWCA, Freshmen Choir,
Weekly Chapel Programs.
Dean's List Theta Eta, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Class
Play, YWCA, Biolo y Club, Blue Book Staff, Kaleido-
scope, Chairman of Sophomore Weekend, Chairman of
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope,
Tower Times, Photography Club, SA Publicity.
Dean's List, Sigma Kappa Upsilon, Tower Times.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, Tower Times, President of Alton
House, Interdormitory Council, Kaleidoscope, Vice-
President of the Y, Vice-President of the Freshmen and
Sophomore Class, Social Chairman of Junior Class,
Chairman of Interpres Dance, Calendar Committee,
Freshmen-Sophomore House Party, Presidents School for
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope,
Advertising for Interpres, Snack Bar Committee.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, YWCA, Biology Club, Freshmen
Play, Spanish Play, Dance Club Secretary, International
Weekend Publicity Mana er of Kaleidoscope, Social
Chairman of Bragdon, WXA Board, Sociology Club,
Advertising for Interpres, President of the Senior Dance
Club, Secretary of Seelye House, Candidate for Junior
Dean's List, Thanksgiving Tea.
Dean's List Theta Eta, Outing Club President, Art Club
President, Christian Science Or anization, Business Man-
ager of Interpres, Assistant Eeature Editor of Tower
Times, Kaleidoscope, Stagers.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, Vice-President of Freshmen Class,
Sophomore Class President, Freshmen Snow Party,
Kaleidoscope, International Weekend, Advertising Man-
ager of Interpres.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, YWCA, Freshmen Commission.
Dean's List, Alpha Sigma, Interpres Staff.
Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope.
Theta Eta, YWCA, Literary Workshop, Newman Club,
Editor of the Blue Book, Editor of the Interpres, Kaleido-
scope, Assistant Managing Editor and Managing Editor
of Tower Times, Freshmen Play, Sub-Freshmen Day, Dele-
gate to Associated Collegiate Press Conference, Student
Dean's List, YWCA, Spanish Club.
- WOMEN fConfinuedl
Dean's List, YWCA, Tower Times, Stagers, Spanish
Dean's List, YWCA Cabinet, Chairman of Deputations,
Freshmen Class President, Chairman of War Bond Drive,
SA Conference, Freshmen Choir, Assembly Committee,
Chairman of Freshmen-Sophomore Hunt, Chairman Junior
Activities for Interpres, Publicity Chairman for WAA
Board, Director of the Freshmen-Junior House Party,
SCM Conference Dele ate, Leadership Training School,
Gamma Phi Prize, WSSF Drive, Sta e Manager for Glee
Club 2, Kaleidoscope, Sociology CTub.
PARSONS, ALICE JEAN
Dean's List, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope,
Art Exhibit, Glee Club, Step Ceremony.
Dean's List, YWCA, Theta Tau Theta, Vice-President,
Spanish Club, Stagers, Kaleidoscope Y Social Service,
'Junior Counselor, Interpres Staff, Freshmen-Junior House
Dean's List, Gamma Phi, Social Chairman, Biology Club,
Hosteling Club, Tower Times, WAA Board, Kaleido-
scope, Water Ballet, Freshmen-Junior House Party,
Publicity Manager Elect of WAA.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, Freshmen Choir, Glee Club,
Chapel Committee, Kaleidoscope.
PRATT, WATKINS KATE
Dean's List, YWCA, Kaleidoscope.
Dean's List Alpha Sigma, Junior Counselor, YWCA,
Freshmen Choir, Kaleidoscope, Music Director, Class
Song Leader, Chairman of Junior Sisters, Academic
Honesty Committee, Sophomore Song Author, Co-
Editor of Group Pictures for Interpres, Social Chairman of
Munro, Vice-President of Alpha Sigma, Representative
to Intercampus Council, Y Cabinet, Chairman of Social
Service, Freshmen-Junior House Party, Sociology Club.
Dean's List, YWCA, German Club, Dance Club, Biology
RILEY, JEANETTE S.
Dean's List, Gamma Phi, Treasurer, Stagers Freshmen
Choir, Lighting Committee, Kaleidoscope, SCM Con-
ference Delegate, Co-President of Kendrick.
Dean's List, YWCA, Stagers.
Dean's List, Stagers, YWCA, Interpres Staff.
ROBINSON, MAE E.
Dean's List, YWCA, Stagers, Spanish Club, Tower Times,
Kaleidoscope, Interpres, ance Club, Secretary.
ROSS, JEAN ELIZABETH
YWCA, Christmas Program 3.
RUSSELL CLARA ELIZABETH
YWCA, Freshmen Mixer, Blue Book.
Theta Eta, Stagers, Kaleidoscope, Music, Cast, Lyrics,
Co-Chairman of Junior Carnival, Co-Editor of Group
Pictures for Interpres Leader of Freshmen Class 3, Lyrics
for Class Song, Freshmen-Junior House Party.
Newman Club, Spanish Club, Moving Up Day Exercises.
fContinued on page 1581
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Dean's List, Business Manager of the Blue Book, Photo-
graphic Editor of lnterpres, YWCA, Freshmen-Junior
Dean's List, Theta Eta, WSSF Drive, Freshmen Choir,
YWCA, Kaleidoscope, Publicity Chairman of lnterpres.
SHEVCHUK, ROSE MARY
YWCA, Freshmen Choir.
YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Freshmen Snow Party.
SITES, BARBARA JOAN
Dean's List YWCA, Art Club Art Exhibit, President of
Freshmen Choir, French Club, Winter Formal, Kaleido-
scope, Scenery, Carnegie Dormitory, Treasurer, Freshmen-
Junior House Party.
YWCA, Freshmen Commission
Dean's List, Tower Times, YWCA, Freshmen Choir,
Campus Correspondent, Editor of Tower Times, Associate
Editor of Blue Book, Delegate to Associated Collegiate
STEWART, MARY ELIZABETH
Theta Eta, YWCA, Cabinet Member, SCM Conference
Delegate, Leadership Training School, President of
Freshmen Commission, Kaleidoscope, Secretary of Car-
negie Dormitory, Freshmen Choir, Vice-President of
Student Association, Delegate to SA Conference, Chair-
man of College Supper.
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, YWCA, Biology Club,
Kaleidoscope, SCM Conference, Glee Club, Daily
Chapel, Worship Laboratory, Assistant Chairman of
Step Ceremony, Leadership Training School, International
SWARTZ, BARBARA MEYERS
Dean's List, Gamma Phi, YWCA, Freshmen Choir, Glee
Alpha Sigma, YWCA, Winter Formal Committee.
German Club, YWCA, Choir.
Dean's List, Kaleidoscope, Freshmen Choir, Correspond-
ing Secretary of Castle House, lntercampus Church Com-
mittee, WAA Board, Dance Club, Sociology Club,
SCM Conference, lntercampus Choir, Tower Times.
Theta Tau Theta, Stagers, YWCA.
Theta Eta, Secretary of lntersorority Council, Freshmen
Choir, WAA Board, Kaleidoscope, Art Club, Chairman
of Hazing, SA Mediation Board, Social Chairman of
Sophomore Class, Freshmen-Junior House Party, lnterores
Staff, Stagers, President Elect of WAA, Head of Pub-
licity for Hanenities Conference.
Y Social Service.
Theta Eta, Newman Club, Junior Class Treasurer, YWCA.
VAN DE CARR, VIRGINIA
Alpha Sigma, Kaleidoscope, Co-Chairman of Junior
Carnival, Social Chairman of Alpha Sigma, YWCA.
VAN GEYT, DIANA
Dean's List, YWCA, Kaleidoscope, Freshmen and
Sophomore Class Treasurer, Recording Secretary of SA,
Chairman of Freshmen Snow Party, SA Bursar, Freshmen-
Junior House Party.
Newman Club, Transfer Student.
Dean's List, Cheer Leader, Kaleidoscope, Tower Times,
YWCA, Christian Science Organization, Glee Club,
Advertising for lnterpres, Kaleidoscope.
WATKINS, DOROTHY ANNE
Dean's List, Tower Times, Glee Club, YWCA.
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, lntercampus Choir, Chairman
of Musical Variety Show.
Sigma Kappa Upsilon, Spanish Club, Jewish Cultural
Group, Dean's List, French Club, Kaleidoscope.
Dean's List, Theta Eta, Freshmen Choir, Christian Science
Organization, Glee Club, Kaleidoscope, Finance for
Sophomore Weekend, SB Anthony Day Board, Treasurer
of Munro Hall, Math Club, Interpres Staff.
WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN GILL
YWCA, Freshmen Commission, Literary Workshop,
Managing Editor, Blue Book.
Vice-President of Aviation Club.
WULSIN, ROSAMUND REED
Dean's List, Blue Book, YWCA.
Gamma Phi, Freshmen Choir, WSSF Drive.
Dean's List, Alpha Sigma, Freshmen Choir, Art Club,
Kaleidoscope, WAA Board, Glee Club, Phi Sigma Iota
Interpres Staff, Tower Times, Cutler Union House Com-
Dean's List, Freshmen Choir, Stagers, Kaleidoscope,
Secretary of Castle House, Vice-President of Junior Class,
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ADAMS, O. R., JR. 620 AlIen's Creek Road
ANDREAS, BURTON G. 195 Harding Road
Gamma Sigma, Morey Club, French Club, Community
BAILEY, GRAYDON 404 Genesee Street
Freshmen Soccer, Pre-Med Society, Freshmen Mixer
Committee, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
BAKER, LLOYD T. 28 Rowley Street
Ouilting Club, Campus Cartoonist, Men's Art Editor,
BARRY, THOMAS W. 1744 Edgemere Drive
The Campus, Aviation Club, Alpha Delta Phi.
BASSETT, GLENN C. 58 Dover Park
Cyclaprom Committee, Hellenic Council, Psi Upsilon.
BELLOS, NEAL S. 59 Werner Park
Freshmen Soccer, Soccer, Biology Club, Yellow Key.
BERGER, CURTIS 134 Douglas Road
The Campus, Interpres, Jewish Cultural Group, Rochester
Prize Scholarship, Kappa Nu.
BENHAM, PAUL 95 Castlebar Road
Alpha Delta Phi
BECKERMAN, MURRAY 1200 East Avenue
BLAKE, NORMAN W. 265 Pierpont Street
Chairman, American Chemical Society, Glee Club,
Geneseeans, Todd Union Committee.
BOWLLAN, RICHARD J. 70 Kemphurst Road
Football, Mendicants, Psi Upsilon.
BRAYER, PAUL W. 295 Aldine Street
The Campus, Traditions Committee, lnterpres.
BRITTON, WILLIAM C. 279 Westfield Street
Track, Soccer, Xmas Pageant, Glee Club.
BRONTE, DOMINIC F. 63 Peck Street
Newman Club, Alpha Phi Delta.
BROWN, GEORGE A. 88 Roslyn Street
A. I. Ch. E., Geneseeans, SCA, Freshmen Soccer, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Junior Class lCIass of '46l .
BUTRIM, EDWARD J. 40 St. Jacob Street
Frosh Football and Swimming Outing Club, Pre-Med.
Society, Pro Concordia, Theta Delta Chi.
BUNN, ARTHUR L. 419 Raines Park
BUNNELL, KEVIN PAUL Middleport, New York
Men's Editor, Interpres, Chairman, Intercampus Church,
Ouilting Club, Stagers, Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Rho.
BURT, HOWARD WELLMAN Kendall, New York
Glee Club, Stagers, Ouilting Club.
BYERS, HENRY E. 397 Pullman Avenue
The Rochester Indicator, Editor, A. I. Ch. E.,Geneseeans,
President, Engineering Council, A. C. S., Christian Science
Organization, Todd Union Dance Committee, Todd
Union Coffee Hour Committee.
CAMPBELL, JOHN NEWTON Webster, New York
Morey Club, SCA.
CARDILLO, THOMAS 458 Post Avenue
CARR, DUANE B. Batavia, New York
Freshmen Football, Freshmen Track, A.S.M.E., Radio
Club, Theta Delta Chi.
CASLER, ARTHUR B. Herkimer, New York
CHERRY, JOHN B. 442 Rugby Avenue
COLODNY, EDWIN I. Burlington, Vermont
Yellow Key, Chairman, Public Affairs Forum Steering
Committee, Dean's Dining Committee, Hellenic
Council, Prokons, Interpres, Kappa Nu.
CONLEY, WILLIAM J., JR. 45 Furman Crescent
Alpha Delta Phi.
COOK, ROBERT E. 1478 St. Paul Street
Board of Control, Outing Club, Hellenic Council, Fresh-
men Football, Theta Delta Chi.
COWING, ROBERT D. 185 Shoreham Drive
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Delta Upsilon.
COYNE, J. WILLIAM Avon, New York
The Campus, Managing Editor, Junior Class Secretary,
Ouilting Club, Interpres, Sports Editor, Mendicants,
Morey Club, Intercampus Council, Delta Rho, Delta
CURRIE, ROBERT, JR. 75 Irvington Road
Chi Rho, Mendicants, Men's Campus Chairman of Inter-
campus Church, A.S.M.E., Ouilting Club, Soccer,
DARROW, RICHARD Unionville, Ohio
A.S.M.E., Engineering Council.
DELLA ROSA, ROCCO J. 365 Conkey Avenue
Alpha Phi Delta.
DILLENBECK, HAROLD Johnstown, New York
A.S.M.E., A.S.CH.E., Sigma Chi.
DOWD, FRANK Winnetka, Illinois
Board of Control, Hellenic Council, President, Freshmen
Class Treasurer, Yellow Key, Chairman, Todd Union
Executive Committee, Freshmen Week Committee, SCA,
Campus,lnterpres, Campians, Chairman, Freshmen Swim-
ming Team, Psi Upsilon.
DIRKSEN, WILLIAM R. 376 Meadow Drive
Frosh Bible, The Campus, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
DU BOIS, JAMES ERNEST 21 Fair Place
DOERR, WILLIAM L. Pittsburgh, Pa.
A.l.Ch. E., Sigma Chi.
DUNLAP, JACK F. 129 Elmdorf Avenue
The Campus, Assembly Committee.
ERICKSON, LLOYD Highland Park, Illinois
Outing Club, Interpres, Intercampus Choir, Dele ate,
National Continuations Council, Alpha Delta Phi, Trea-
surer, Regional Committee for the National Students
FARRELL, EDWARD J. Clyde, New York
Interpres, Newman Club, Glee Club A.I.Ch. E., Sopho-
more Social Committee, Indicator, Engineers Club.
FASSETT, JOHN DAVID Stamford, Connecticut
Morey Cub, Chi Rho, Traditions Committee, Interpres,
Ad. Manager, Football, Psi Upsilon.
FERRIS, ROBERT J. 35 Dewey Avenue
FISHER, DONALD C. 109 Highland Parkway
Freshmen Soccer, Tennis, Ouilting Club, Hellenic Council,
The Campus, Outing Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
FISHER, PHILIP C. 109 Highland Parkway
lgresident, Freshmen Class, Frosh Mixer, Delta Kappa
FOSTER, ALVIN C. Bridgeport, Connecticut
FRIEDMAN, BERNARD 153 Sellinger Street
Eeshmen-Sophomore Football and Basketball, Kappa
FRANK, THOMAS EUGENE Litchfield, Illinois
GELSER, GEORGE M., JR. Rye New York
Mendicants, Social Chairman Junior Class, Cheerleader,
Traditions Committee, Alpha Delta Phi.
GINNA, ROBERT E., JR. 210 Dorchester Road
Football, Swimming, The Campus.
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GRANO, NOVELLO Thornwood, New York
Hellenic Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Chairman Public
Affairs Forum, Theta Chi.
GRAY, CHARLES B. Point Pleasant, New York
Frosh Football, Football, Basketball, Mendicants, Chi
Rho, Outing Club.
GUCKER, PETER L. New York City
Pro Concordia, Outing Club, The Campus, Delta Upsilon.
GUYON, JOHN 70 Macbeth Street
A.l.Ch.E., Delta Upsilon.
HAGENBACH, GERARD F. 245 Mulberry Street
Photography, Golf, Newman Club, Geneseeans.
HAMMILL, FRANK R., JR. 59 Lanvale Street
HANKS, PAUL H. Brockport, New York
Swimming, Delta Upsilon.
HARROTT, ALFRED B. 123 Hillside Avenue
HART, GEORGE G. Henrietta, New York
Mendicants, Ouilting Club, Band, Soccer, Theta Chi.
HASSON, RAYMOND 12 Maria Street
The Campus, American Chemical Society, Kappa Nu.
HEARD, W. T. 51 Stonehenge Road
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Mendicants,
Yellow Key, Theta Delta Chi.
HEFFER, CHARLES I. 204 Marlborough Road
Indicator, Business Manager, Ski Team, Geneseeans,
A.l.Ch.E., A.C.S., Engineering Council, Outing Club,
HELWIG, JOSEPH D. Catawissa, Pennsylvania
HOFF, JOHN RICHARD Spencerport, New York
Engineers Club, A.l.Ch.E.
HOLLANDER, IRVING 94 Scrantom Street
Pre-Med. Society, President.
HOLLENBECK, DAVID C. Upper Montclair, N. J.
Mendicants, Yellow Key, Stagers, Frosh Football Man-
ISAACSON, DANIEL ANDREW Jamestown, N. Y.
JOSEPH, ALAN 572 Meigs Street
KEENEHAN, JAMES T. 255 Britton Road
KETCHUM, ROY JUSTIN 3948 Culver Road
Theta Delta Chi.
KIRSCH HENRY J. 44 Vick Park Boulevard
KOCH, DONALD ARTHUR aao Marlborough Rd.
Soccer, Track, The Campus, Swimming, Aviation Club.
KOPROWSKI, ROBERT R. Greece, New York
Football, Chi Rho, Delta Upsilon.
KRESPAN, CARL G. Erie, Pennsylvania
KRAUSE, THEODORE F. Brooklyn, New York
LAMB, JOHN P. 204 Penhurst Street
LEA, ARDEN O. Warren, Ohio
LATIN, JOSEPH 411 Clinton Avenue, N.
Newman Club, Engineers Club, Student Affiliate A.I.
Ch.E., Alpha Phi Delta.
LEVIN, NORMAN A. 50 Hampden Road
Freshmen Swimming, The Campus, Freshmen Supper Club,
Yellow Key, Geneseeans, Todd Union House Committee,
Coffee Hour Committee, A.S.M.E., University and State
LEWIS, ALAN L. 8 Lakeview Terrace
Geneseeans, Biology Club, Jewish Cultural Group, Todd
Union Committee, Todd Union Coffee Hour Committee.
LOHWATER, ROBERT 4223 Lake Avenue
Basketball, Soccer, A.C.S.
LINCOLN, DONALD P., JR. Kenmore, New York
Soccer, Tennis, A.S.M.E., Ouilting Club, State Scholar-
ship, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
MAIER, JOHN F.
MAGILL LINCOLN C.
Football, The Campus.
238 Alameda St.
294 Lexington Avenue
Geneseeans, Forensic Society '43,
MARTIN, HENRY A.
Fairport, New York
Manager Freshmen Football Team '42, The Campus, Psi
MC LAUGHLIN, JOHN
MESSNER, RICHARD C.
MOORE, ROBERT E.
MC CONNELL, DAVID
Glee Club Manager, Alph
MC GROBY JAMES J.
90 Roxborough Road
31C Lattimore Road
R. 420 Rugby Avenue
a Delta Phi.
Engineering Council President, A.l.Ch.E.
MORRISON, GEORGE R. 383 Canterbury Road
MILLER, RONALD A. 56 Brookdale Avenue
MURPHY, RAYMOND J. 1009 Genesee Park Blvd.
Jazz Club, Geology Club, Freshmen Committee.
MOSCARITOLO, GENE JOSEPH 24 Marlow St.
Secretary-Treasurer, Freshmen Class, Geneseeans, Glee
Club, Mendicants, Todd Union House Committee.
MURPHY, ROBERT J. Binghamton, New York
Pro-Concordia, Mendicants, Newman Club, Outing Club,
Frosh Track8rFootbalI, Football, French Club, Delta
German Club, Ski Club.
MALONEY, ROBERT S.
A.l.Ch.E., A.C.S., Indicator,
NOEL, VICTOR A., JR.
Theta Delta Chi.
O'GRADY, E. JOHN
Frosh Football, Newman CI
299 Averill Avenue
180 Merrick Street
393 Antlers Drive
57 Wildmere Road
ub, Outing Club.
61 Centre Terrace
Schenectady, New York
Mendicants, Newman Club.
PAULUS, FREDERICK J.
Aviation Club, Alpha Delt
PERRY, HAROLD C.
51 Highland Avenue
228 River Street
PROIA, JAMES G.,JR.
Alpha Phi Delta.
Football, Vice-President Freshmen Class, Member
Optical Society of America, Chi Rho, Hellenic Council,
331 Hawley Street
111 Tyler Street
PIERLEONI, E. ERNEST 27 Fulton Avenue
PINSKY, HARRY 143 Wilkins Street
Biology Club, The Campus, Gamma Sigma, Kappa Nu.
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Newman Club, Biology Club, Pre-Med Society, Gen-
RAPP, RAYMOND W., JR. Winnetka, Illinois
Rochester Prize Scholarship, Yellow Key, Football, Psi
REID, LUTHER J., JR. Washington, D. C.
RAIBLE, FRED J. McKeesport, Pennsylvania
Tennis, A.l.Ch.E., President, Board of Control.
ROSBOROUGH, ROBERT S., JR. Drexel Hill, Pa.
Pro Concordia Mendicants, Swimming Team, Lens and
shutter Club, outing Club, Delta Upsilon.
ROSENBERG, MARTIN 254 Westminster Road
The Campus, Hellenic Council, Todd Union Committee,
SAFFRAN, H. WILLIAM 388 Post Avenue
Geneseeans, Newman Club, A.S.M.E., Engineers Club,
Camera Club, Forensic Society, Frosh Track.
SCHMIDT, WALTER 8 Granger Place
SCOBELL, JOHN C. 60 Landing Road, S.
SCOTT, ROBERT J. 455 Rockingham Street
giewman Club, President Student Chapter A.C.S., Theta
SCHNEIDER, RAYMOND A. 67 Burlington Avenue
Stagers, Soccer, Glee Club.
SAUER, HOWARD A. 335 Winton Road, S.
SHACKLEFORD, ROBERT W. 133 Branford Street
Pre-Med. Society Freshmen Class Mixer, Frosh Soccer,
Delta Kappa Epsilon.
SHAUGHNESSY, FRANK J. 792 Park Avenue
Varsity Baseball, Newman Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
SINNOTT, ROBERT J. 133 Plymouth Avenue, S.
SPRINGER, THOMAS N. 243 Rockingham Street
STILL, DONALD W. 152 Marlborough Road
Todd Union Coffee Hour, Bridge Club, Newman Club,
SWEIGART, RICHARD D.
The Campus, Lens and Shutter, Interpres, Rochester Prize
Scholarship, Psi Upsilon.
28 Avon Place
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SHAFER, RAYMOND T., JR. Honeoye, New York
Biology Club, Newman Club, Flying Club, Sigma Chi.
VAN ROSENDAEL, JOHN J. 61 Allandale Ave.
SCULL, MANSON I. 178 Goodman Street, S.
Freshmen Football, Pre-Med. Society.
TANZ, RALPH D. New Rochelle, New York
Tennis, Swimming, V-12 Dramatics, Biology Club, Out-
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TAYLOR, JAMES W.
THIELKING, ROGER C.
go-'dd Union Music Room Committee, Chairman, Sigma
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Niagara Falls, New York
UNGERER, ERWIN A.
WALTER, FRANKLYN E. Buffalo, New York
Football Co-Captain, Track, Chi Rho, Mendicants,
Junior Class President, A.S.M.E., Hellenic Council,
Alpha Delta Phi.
WALTON, SAMUEL F., JR. Kenmore, New York
Lens and Shutter Club, Forensic Society,Stagers, Quilting
Club, Glee Club, Theta Chi.
2699 Chili Road
693 East Avenue
WEINBENDER, JOHN 20 Goodman Street, N.
WHEELER, THOMAS L. Alexandria, Virginia
Hellenic Council, Delta Upsilon.
WHITWELL, GEORGE F. 502 Lyell Avenue
WILLIAMS, JAMES B. Wilmerding, Pennsylvania
Baseball, Basketball, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
WINEBURG, ELLIOT NORMAN Hornell New York
Todd Union Committee, Stagers, Cyclaprom Dance Com-
mittee, Biology Club, Interpres,
WIXSON, BURTON R. 498 Plymouth Avenue, S
A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S., Geneseeans, Indicator.
WOODAMS, PETER M. 1722 Edgemere Drive
Football, Track, Alpha Delta Phi.
YOUNG, WILLIAM W. Endicott, New York
ECAH, Program Chairman Intercampus Protestant
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The Campus, Aviation Club, Track, Freshmen Class
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