University of Vermont - Ariel Yearbook (Burlington, VT)

 - Class of 1954

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Associaie Professor of Arf -m,,lf M 'D---A-sh HELEN LEAH COLEMAN, M.A. Assisfanf Professor of Physical Education for Women GEORGE DYKHUIZEN, PH.D. Professor of Philosophy MALCOLM DANIEL DAGGETT, PH.D. Professor of Romance Languages ,A I w-...Qf lA J ,X ,, XL E l I I . i 24:1 H V J , , . S , Q 1' "'f,,,?- 3 - if ' 's..',., ' :L ,f:. f- af 1 - ' I ' -ms digg, L Ea ig ff "T ' U' E1 5 if 2 . We ' .. .M -L . W . -A V L eg ,A A :::a.5r:-:v:::s:24-Q3 -4.5, ' A L ., X' - wg:-5 ' - .5 5: f ,E is , 1 ' - 'zfsf-..g,f. e:if:?'a.L1 I -, Q K" f - 'iZ' i?"' i:22:.ff1':.lfei- -412' 1 11-1sgr.r:r-L ,, 9, is :-r'f5i-:FL-:-:1:Efwi411S'E5:..'f'2w:75:3l1P5:-iii?-LC35':tag D ,. -.I 'p.g?jg,:':'-Ig, ',::,- ' g,.I 351 2631 -- -: l -:1':v:rw2.212-IW,-'sb CHARLES GEORGE DOLL, PH.D. Professor of Geology ancl Mineralogy Mrnmnpn-pm PAUL DEMUND EVANS, PH.D. ROBERT BRUCE HUBER, PH.D. Professor of Hisfory Professor of Speech JOHN HUTCHISON LOCHHEA Professor of Zoology ,f 36 M, V , , 7 . as 'RER-Z wAr,:! 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'L ll i ji lil: P li 1 l is .1, l. li i i l it V a 1: is up H College of Agriculture THURSTON MADISON ADAMS, PH.D. ,Professor of Agriculiural Economics WILLIAM RITCHIE ADAMS, PH.D. Professor of Forestry l ROBERT MC CRILLIS CARTER, JR., PH.D. Professor of Agricultural Economics FLORENCE BEESON KING, PH.D Professor of Home Economics IIN gre IW? ' 13 JI I I ,I , I-' . 'H I - ' " qu , ,Vi , ,EI 'P I A: -.-N I f- I , P' "Ist . - E ff' ,- 44 I 5 r ff . 'Wx . .fvf , ffIi7h f " JOHN ERNEST LITTLE, PH.D. JAMES WALLACE MARVIN, PH.D Professor of Biochemisfry Professor of Bofany ALVIN REES MIDGLEY, PH.D. Professor of Agronomy JOHN ALVIN NEWLANDER, PH.D. Professor of Animal and Dairy Husbandry ff? WILLIAM HUGH RIDDELL, PH.D. Professor of Animal and Dairy Husbandry ' . 7 gig R' V ' , , r' 1 'e me V '1' an fi :fl 1:11 'ofa " -' ' 3: : :rl ' , A, 1, -. sg , . 2 'Q 2. 2 -1' . l -1, -3 I fl 9 V, 3-Vw cu '4Qj.5?k,s,s, is ,VHQJQM VL , in-If :eye Q gf' ff. ,g ee- , ,V -- 'V of at I of X L 1 :'f,.L1,V-:Q L , A ef? A RE CE BRIGGS M B A 2' if q :V LELAND L W N ' ' ' 5 R o R Pf0feSS0f Of EC0"0m'CS ge i 1 9 -' -,E . -' f iv V- - ' 'ff " ,V 7' ' I- V " 'V .. P' ' 'fl W2 QQVQ .LLeV4:'4 V V: ' 9 V ' r aw, . , " o R - o . - , by I A V ' , V f -V11 'f '- sm' , , 1 , ye . K A A ,Lmw A R' ' K ' . fx fi ' 5-so NL' A J r- s, '3,.,e-'is-3' N31 3 ' l f ' ., L iff, Q71 er -f .- -V - es-Ve --V4-M,-f:V V ow- wfzl -w:QwffS'-vV1- R V V, 4 - " , V . - PERCY AUSTIN FRALEIGH, PH.D. V .. V L, '-"" Professor of Mafhemahcs ' ffswgq. . 2 6,3 -Vgym, , ,e, S 4' 'erfkbr w a 'M iz 1 ' V V- o.:gfwQw'6T. A--rarfbf1mwz,em:f21ifV1fm. -3:51 'H V fwfr - M V--- -G "W - -'-- - if ---' RALPH MAYNARD HOLMES, PH.D. Professor of Physics Q ,. ,.,. ,VV , em. so 5:-Vf V x- V K 1 +1- soya, " gf 4 1 V4 AK' oi A. 29 1 . iw f 'Q ' I I , 4 fr f f ' , fa N' ' Q if , VV V fwfr f V of J fy ' V-1 1 -V V2 ie: 1 V 'fig-zz :Ein 'A .. V ,J , 1. g qw f V - L, "'31i'5'2L ":l29?i's "" V T 'iii N fi-ff ? r '- I ff" ffg, V fuij? i , iz: X . V' z ' fo 5+ f 4 -Ji 8 ' p, ,I , ,K , V , , ,A 2, Ve V .5 ,f X - College ol Technology mi!-ks PHILIPP HANS LOHMAN, PH.D. Professor of Commerce and Economics ROBERT GOODFELLOW SIDLE, M.M.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering College R 'Mc of Education and Nursing FAYE CRABBE, A.M. Professor of Nursing WADI I. SAWABINI, D.D.S. Direcfor, School of Dental Hygiene JOHN CHARLES HUDEN, PH.D. Professor of Education R. 0. T. . EARL HAROLD JACOBSEN, JACOB SAMUEL SAUER, A.B., Col., USAF B.5-, Col-, USA Professor gf Air Scienge Professor of Milifory Science and Tqcficg CIl1Ci TCICHCS , , ?VQ Q-- V And will fhey gei fo be seniors? uuq 9 ? - ' F?:-MF' W! ,Qu 'f?'ggQ' Lf 4- , V 13' , 2' lr ,bifsgv-his A if A '-fig ATN ,E -Y5'4q,S,ri .-vwzg, 4 , 5 , . H 1.156 Tv it V ,1 I it I i in ' . t ' 0 ,ji -V 2 'Lv' 'f .si 47 1 . ' ,rg 5 A. . l 1 ! I 1 's r 'HR 1 iv, I 1 3 F is 6 R, ,ar y 1. 3, f if I ' ig .. f H 1 4 1, ,Q ' - ' ffm Xi ' r . . , x N f' Q V, Q ' 3 ' N ' W2 J , :fab M-.,:1w,.-4,, ,-,e:2:a2 ' ' l 4 N, ,y4,...,,,,4,x, W. .,.,,Qf: 2 .2 - f n ' z + 'gl ILL- J N University of Vermont FAITH ABBEY Arts and Sciences 355 Pearl Street Burlington, Vt. MICHAEL ABDALLA Arts and Sciences 309 College Street Burlington, Vt. I SUSANNE ABRAMS Arts and Sciences 71 Newport Avenue West Hartford, Conn. MARY ADAMS Education and Nursing I3 Hall Avenue Nashua, N. H. HENRY ALLEN Arts and Sciences Box 764 New London, Conn. RICHARD ALPERT Technology 28 Crombie Street Burlington, Vt. af mf-ff 1 -- X J f 42 HAROLD ALBERTS Arts and Sciences 34 Wolcott Road Ext. Brookline, Mass WILLIAM ALLARD ' Arts and Sciences 6 East Washington Street Rutland, Vt. HELEN ANDERSON Agriculture Craftsbury, Vt. STANLEY ANDERSON Technology 67 Chestnut Street Brattleboro, Vt. Class of 1954 MARY JANE ARCAND Arts and Sciences 53 Manseau Street Winooski, Vt. ANN ARONSON Arts and Sciences 5 Arlington Road Chestnut Hill, Mass. ,f "' ws, wg, 1 7 s 'fa l 'W gf 4 rx' A "J -Iftfr., f, nzassstxlf- , . Q is an-A f' 'E - . llbflli ? , ' 4- 'Y X 'e 1.9 , 45 -1.4. .',. s . f I , Li' T f T L ' ' ' PETER ARCIDIACONO Arts and Sciences 60 Russell Road Abany, N. Y. QI 1 -ef, 'dt JANE ARONSON Education and Nursing 92 South Street Proctor, Vt. f. MARJORIE ANNIS Arts and Sciences 48 Maple Avenue Morris Plains, N. J. MELVIN APOTHEKER Arts and Sciences 720 Fort Washington Avenue New York, N. Y. JOY ARIOLI EILEEN ARMSTRONG Education and Nursing 26 Long Street Barre, Vt. V3 'Va JOANNA ATWOOD Arts and Sciences Gurleyville Road Storrs, Conn. .X 52:21.-s f' ' "TYf ,:S . J - . 'p--.. sm' :wg J sf 43 E ducation and Nursing 'I7 Munson Street Sussex, N. J. if 'i" . "Q , ' .4 A A swiss, wx we .J Vs ,, X HAROLD AVERY Technology 152 DeForest Road Burlington, Vt. sv . ' A ,.,,-M J. - niversity ot Vermont 5 5 may ,, iA Q. I l .,-. . g .. 'j' ,JM f ,E K , 3' -f f - ,gg 5 'Www . ' " ., ...gt uf gz. f if .sf I f..f ..,g4 f 1. ,,,, , ,yay :fam-., V - H.: . I : 44 BARBARA BACH Arts and Sciences 20 Berkshire Road Maplewood, N. J. MATTHEW BAIGELL Arts and Sciences I5 Crown Street Brooklyn, N. Y. BRUCE BAILEY Technology 75 Highland Avenue Newport, Vt. WILLIAM BALDWIN Arts and Sciences 126 Summer Street Springfield, Vt. I I GEORGE BALTAXE Arts and Sciences 85-67 'I49th Street Jamaica, N. Y. JEAN BARKER Agriculture 31 York Street Swanton, Vt. MORTON BARKAN Arts and Sciences 'I123 East 26th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. MARILYN BATES Arts and Sciences 39 Broadview Avenue Newport, Vt. Class oi 1954 RUTH BAY Arts and Sciences lO23 Palme-r Avenue Schenectady, N. Y. NANCY-JEAN Education and 57 Harrington Burlington, ANDREA BEAN Education and Nursing Lake Dunmore Hotel Lake Dunmore, Vt. 1 'U MARCIA BENNETT Arts and Sciences 148 Clark Street Hillside, N. J. BEALS Nursing Terrace Vt. NANCY BEEBE Education and Nursing 105 Main Street Orono, Me. 1 P RUR Q, 'E JOEL BERMAN Technology 204 Branford Street Hartford, Conn. 4,5-7 its V., sg 1' i ,,, ,. l JEANETTE BELANGER Education and Nursing Orwell, Vt. sa i 4' di CYNTHIA BERRY Dental Hygiene 5 McKinley Street Montpelier, Vt. DENISE BELL Arts and Sciences 61 Bronxville Road Bronxville, N. Y. V Y GLADYS BERRY Arts and Sciences 20 North Union Street 45 Burlington, Vt. . B t ,,.,., 'i" fi 2 1 ,,1. L-4 f, N: t -K Q " w'af::r 4 's.'fff- -A f' -I " University of Vermont le:-yrs-1 , . 'Kimi-Z: 1,1159-:.51" an -4 pzwf -VMWM-vm. ,, .ws J.:-, L, 21-M. . .ff - .zfy 1:14. 4' 'Lf-r wry' -ijgpg, gg, Q' X mf.. 1,-Wftf - fr 1. V-Z, fs,,w,fs 6 A 1 I 1 2 ' f'b2lQ'.Q'fL, ',--' " Q. i W' .,k, J ' ' y .Lf . 1' ,S I- -. vc' ff, , , 4 ff f 1 ,J 4 ' ,V bf .1 ,- , ..,- f- fz jj , . FREDERICK BERRYMAN Technology 7 Tyler Street Battleboro, Vt. JOHN BERRYMAN Technology 60 Congress Street St. Albans, Vt. CLAIRE BEVINS Education and Nursing 371 Flynn Avenue Burlington, Vt. HELEN BEVINS Education and Nursing 371 Flynn Avenue Burlington, Vt. CAROL BLISS Agriculture 70 Diamond Street St. Albans, Vt. ELIZABETH BLUE Arts and Sciences 299 Western Way Princeton, N. J. , Am.. N., .2 .Q Q tw X 1 3 QQ' N Sz " if SI? V g?-'ts ' 1125, , .-uf . rrfoeleei' it 4 W 3. 2? . .AGM X 53 N . , 6 HERBERT BODEN Technology 91 Winthrop Place Staten Island, N. Y NORMA BODETTE FORREST BOLKUM Education and Nursing Technology 100 North Water Street P. O. Box 197 Vergennes, Vt. Wells River, Vt. 46 4 z 4 Class oi 1954 fini MARY BOWMAN Agriculture 3737 Monroe Avenue Pittsford, N. Y. MARIANNA BRADY Technology l25 Harrison Street East Orange, N. J. PEN. gf' RONALD BOWMAN Agriculture 38 Prospect Street Orleans, Vt. ,i , . 1:5 ALAN BRANDT Arts and Sciences 520 East 21st Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 3 .. MARIETTA BOND Arts and Sciences Church Street Norwich, Vt. NOEL BOOTH Education and Nursing 29 Lansdowne Drive Larchmont, N. Y. JOANNE J. BOYER Agriculture 115 Elm Street Belmont, Mass JEAN BRIGHAM Education and Nursing 66 South Pleasant Street Randolph, Vt. 47 GENE BOYLE Technology 42 Lovell Road Melrose, Mass MARTIN BRODIE Arts and Sciences ll03 Albermarle Road Brooklyn, N. Y. University oi Vermont LOREN BROWN Technology 1 30 Sherman Ave. Corinth, N. Y. 1 C SUMNER BROWN Arts and Sciences 258 Burbank Road Longmeadow, Mass. GERMAINE BRUGLER HELEN BRUNELLE NANCY BUCHHEIM NANCY BURDEN Education and Nursing Technology Arts and Sciences Agriculture 14 Crescent Road 77M Sumner Street 52 Elm Street 10 Barnum Road Livingston, N. J. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Rutland, Vt. Larchmont, N. Y. ,W "tk FRANCIS BURKE JACK BURKE JOHN BURKE DEAN BURNS Agriculture Technology Agriculture Arts and Sciences i 871-71 Street 35 Howard Avenue 19 South Street 6 Raymond Avenue , Brooklyn, N. Y. Rutland, Vt. Middlebury, Vt. Newport, Vt. , . ' .21 1 y ,..,,., B ,A 1 ir- -- 6? . Q sg . r . gr I l 48 Class oi 1954 ANTHONY CALCIANO Arts and Sciences 40 Tulip Street Bristol, Conn. . N, f f 315 vig:- 'lf-2Q1,,gf.Q,if ' 'ft H- - 442,115-4 'f QJEQEBTPTE ' 2f?fZ5f'i3i1Hff .,,fw---- 1 pq... . ,n if f f -f. . -V1 .. -, . -- t .,.A ,. . wI:'2':.71:2 . 1 .rf H fffizfge gi -iisfhifg X' M' .ng f,,a--vffsw uf Q.--13-xwz f . 'in swf' f- f fri- , -W 1t.,y,i13tx Q,,i:,,5e - QI . I if :xfv ft. . 3, fMs2Gi321'65 'I if A- "A 'W . '- 71. 'Yr' I' .if 41 kfM35xf5s52X ,tv 1:5 , WILLIAM CANBY Agriculture 'I40'I Broome Street Wilmington, Delaware fi 9 EDWIN CALLAHAN Technology 37 Barre Street Montpelier, Vt. I v as Y' - , - 4 ' wa.-59' IRVING BURNS Technology 9 Arlington Street Essex Junction, Vt. ELIZABETH BUSH Agriculture Chester, Conn. Cedar Lake PHYLLIS CAMERON Arts and Sciences 'IO Fairview Street White River Junction, Vt. NATALINO CAMPANA Technology 612-14th Street Niagara Falls, N. Y. AUSTIN CARTER JUDITH CARROLL PATRICIA CELLA. Technology Arts ancl Sciences Education and Nursing 93 Buell Street 157 Greenridge Avenue 7 High Holborn Street Burlington, Vt. White Plains, N. Y. Bvrre, VT- Q V I llt if In 'li' 1 I I It I ifTI t'3g,lif lt. 1 5 ,t,, f si,, f I 49 . , ., ,. niversity of ermont ROGER CHAPMAN Technology 419 Shelburne Road Burlington, Vt. BEVERLY CHASE Education and Nursing 374 Fisher Road Fitchburg, Mass. ,..,, ' V1 SHIRLEY CHASE Education and Nursing Winter Harbor, Me. LESLIE CHUSID Arts and Sciences ""'t ,L 255 Washington Street A.,, Q ! it Q X1 Barre, Vt. Q ,,.. ,, ,5 .. . .,t, 5 ., .... ,. J ,,,, ELAINE CLARK Education and Nursing Maple Street Bristol, Vt. MARY-ANN CLOWSE Baker Avenue Richmond, Vt. SARAH COBB A Q Arts and Sciences A 1' Hardwick, Vt. BEVERLY COLE Education and Nursing 62 Linnard Road West Ha rtford, Conn. 50 Class oi 1954 GERALDINE COMOLLI Technology ll Waterman Street Barre, Vt. JOHN CONANT Arts and Sciences 5 Ripley Road Hanover, N. H. DONALD COOK Arts and Sciences 76 North Willard Street Burlington, Vt. EDWARD CRAM Education and Nursing 4l Morgan Street New Bedford, Mass CATHERlNE CORBIN Agriculture 60 Highland Avenue Chatham, N. J. bi: 'N DONALD CROFUT Technology Arlington, Vt. .2514 1' LEIGHTON COX Arts and Sciences 6 Elm Street Wallingford, Vt. NANCY COWLES Arts and Sciences 182 Broadway Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. -4- if .t V , .,' I i o fy,- tg : T ' A' i'., fi' CAROL CROSS NANCY CUREAU Education and Nursing Arts and Sciences 55 Revere Road 16 Highland Avenue Manhasset, N. Y. Tarrytown, N- Y- 51 niversity oi Vermont JULIAN CURRIER Technology TO Cherry Hill Bellows Falls, Vt. JOHN DALTON Arts and Sciences 9 Granville Street Poultney, Vt. JANICE DANFORTH Education and Nursing 255 South Prospect Street Burlington, Vt. BETTY DAVIS Dental Hygiene Elm Street Manchester Depot, Vt. CAROLYN DAVIS Agriculture Box 43 Whitingham, Vt. WQQSP - " f21'x'it , f5T"117- - A ' if A JOHN deMARTIN Arts and Sciences 381 Rowland Road Fairfield, Conn. MALIA DEAN Arts and Sciences 308 South Prospect Street Burlington, Vt. ROBERT deMARTlN Arts and Sciences 381 Rowland Road' Fairfield, Conn. SUSAN DART Arts and Sciences Beard Park Lodge White Ploins, N. Y. 52 Class oi 1954 CYNTHIA DOW JOHN DOWLING Dental Hygiene Agriculture Main Street 45 West Lawn Road Warner, N. H. Livingston, N. J. TQ- GEORGE DUNBAR SYLVIA DUNHAM ducation and Nursing Arts and Sciences East Craftsbury, Vt. 33 Sunnyside Road Scotia, N. Y. ' . V -:- A ' 'Iv . "4-4' . W- . ,., ..- ,:-W .,.,.,. .- I- V.. sw , ,' A -'.-ga. ' 3:-. . ' , s - ,-5'f-1,g1gg,'f Q' xwki f A f , 1 wa s I - .,,..f...:. ',.". KATHRYN DIMICK Arts and Sciences Park Street Richmond, Vt. WILFRED DEWEY Technology 35 Scotland Road Reading, Mass. RICHARD DUFOUR Education and Nursing Box 286 Lyndonville, Vt. STELLA DRAPALA Dental Hygiene Ctr. Rutland, Vt. MARILYN DUPREY HERBERT EATON Technology Education and Nursing 25 Gibbs Street 35 Meadow Road Proctor, Vt. S. Burlington, Vt. ., ,Q 'Af rv' A Po 3 K . is : ,. - .L .,:.,. ,., , e. ' f' - - s?'22f'4f, ,Vg Qiliiii .W by ii . . cf. . c ,.,.,,., 4 - .' zz, .. ,- Q.-,e4,.-w.-- me . . 3' 4 . 5' ig 43 Q if . .90 . ' A ' ' ., . .- X , 53 Yrfrt- . rf' ' I - niversity oi ermont i MARTHA EDSON Technology 82 Davis Street Rutland, Vt. MARVIN EISENSTADT Arts and Sciences 1290 East 21st Street Brooklyn, N. Y. DEBORAH EMMONS Dental Hygiene Danville, Vt. -. Us LYNN ERICSON Agriculture Box 472 Sparta, N. J. tl ,'. lf KENNETH ENGLISH Technology R.F.D. No. 3 Salem, N. J. 1 J 'L 1 ISV! 1 'Sf ,ix f Z 21 A , Eff fi f Y JZ, ff' ms f fy! 1 ' f A W ff We jf ,y a W 6.6744 X J'?2'?,.i2 4.2:', V y ,j -. . I fd V f .f " 5 V .pw .Q X1 , -, .R fm , BARBARA ERIKSON Education and Nursing Centre Street Pembroke, Mass. 54 ALAN EPSTEIN Arts and Sciences 532 Lefferts Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. f' 1. 5 Wat' 41249, ' 2 . My U, W f 21.1.51 v f 4 f , if 1 yf I, , , ff ff 5 LOUISE EWART Agriculture 55 School Street Orchard Park, N. Y. E0 . fggifgigs J V ,-J, if - ELSIE EPSTEIN Technology 'll4 North Willard Street Burlington, Vt. - i ROBERT FARR Agriculture Washington Highway Morrisville, Vt. l v l .l l al l l ll l ,l li il l 1 ll i ll il 1 l ,I il l , . fi ' 77, .. ' ff' ff l ff " li if- VJ, 4 :3' , ., . 4 5 i . i, i l'7j,,'?l',,'4L: Fa. ,."3f' J f ll . L lll Class oi 719 4 JEAN FELDMAN Agriculture I8 Hickory Road Summit, N.,J. OHN FITZGERALD Arts and Sciences Milton, Vt. "S 3 NANCY FERRENZ Arts and Sciences 57 Bellewood Avenue Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. ' 'Z ROBERT FITZGERALD Agriculture 170 Main Street Winooski, Vt. BETTIE FARRAR Dental Hygiene Craftsbury Common, Vt. SHEILA FAY Technology 59 Olympus Street Proctor, Vt. BEULAH FISHER Arts and Sciences 2 Sherman Place Morristown, N. J. KENNETH FISHER Agriculture 51 Williams Street Plainville, Conn. rf f I ' I , I ' 'E J A ,.,,,, : - ,f s5:g2:,1: '33 ,. . .. , . , L ,Q BLANCHE FITZ SIMONS Arts and Sciences 835 Shadowlawn Drive Westfield, N. J. ""'5"'1-gg., 55 ELIZABETH FLINT Technology 771 Fairacres Avenue Westfield, N. J. niversity of Vermont ...ez - -.A.-we . hw: ,sm s:, ' M 17 if ' 9433359 " .. A ., . -. iv A ' W, 1 2 -:I ire, f DONALD FORST Arts and Sciences 916 Carroll Street Brooklyn, N. Y. RICHARD FOSTER Technology R.F.D. No. 1 Groton, Vt. NATALIE FRANK Education and Nursing 618 Greene Street Ogdensburg, N. Y. MYRON FREEDMAN Arts and Sciences 127 Chatham Road Fairfield, Conn. SYLVIA FRENCH Education and Nursing 176 Shelburne Road Burlington, Vt. MARSHALL FRIZZELL Agriculture Sunridge Farms Woodstock, Vt. HENRY FULLER Arts and Sciences 7 University Avenue Northfield, Vt. VINCENT GABIANELLI Arts and Sciences 50 Beardsley Park Terrace Bridgeport, Conn. f Class oi 1954 THOMAS GAGE Agriculture 567 Laurel Road Ridgewood, N. J. f GRETCHEN GANOW Arts and Sciences 'I9 Cedars Road Caldwell, N. J. 'M BEATRICE GATES JANICE GAYLORD ANDREW GERBER Education and Nursing Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Box 541 I5 Brooks Avenue 2056 East 21st Street White River Junction, Vt. Burlington, Vt. Brooklyn, N. Y. BARTON GERSHEN Arts and Sciences 'I37 Mansfield Avenue Burlington, Vt. MICHAEL GERSON JUANITA GIACOMUZZI MARILYN GILES MARIJANE GILFILI-AN Agriculture Dental Hygiene Education and Nursing Arts and Sciences 170-'I2 Van Aken Blvd. 20 Elmore Street 1145 East Broadway 31 Offlmfd Sifeef Shaker Heights, Ohio Barre, Vt, Hewlett, N. Y. 5PfIn9fIelClf VT- A my we 57 V va University oi Vermont NATHAN GILMAN Arts and Sciences Clay Hill St. Johnsbury, Vt. GERALD GLASSMAN Technology A 115 Thomaston Street Hartford, Conn. RAY GLEASON Agriculture Underhill, Vt. A EDWARD GODFREY Education and Nursing RF.D No 2 Morrisville Vt JOANNE GOOSMAN Arts and Sciences Valley Road Watchung, N. J. NORMAN, GOOTMAN Arts and Sciences 1165 Shakespeare Avenue New York, N. Y. V ' - - w 1rf 1't: . L' , A K f -.- ' I -.s. . .- -X X X x Y " ff A 'gf ' I ' A X f Y- sw. 55?-fbi --" Y A- 2 J ' Y Q M " 1 - , V ' ' X 2' Kia X T 1 gs g v . . , .. 2, id ,T LAWRENCE GOULD Technology 163 Marion Street Springfield, Mass. ,,,, , T , M Q f 4 f V , f 5 ax 4' , 5, , . I , -. i 4 ff?'i-L , MARVIN GORDON Arts and Sciences 216 Parker Avenue Meriden, Conn. EUGENE GRAFTON Technology 1931 Washington Street Canton, Mass. 58 Class oi 19 4 l ANNE GREGORY at 'fwfr JOHN GROVER MARILYN GRAHAM Arts and Sciences 1 Russel Avenue St. Johnsbury, Vt. BARRY GRANICK Technology 171 Pomona Avenue Newark, N. J. ROBERT GUIDULI Education and Nursing Technology Arts and Sciences 22 Woodbine Avenue R.F.D. No. 1, Box 540 471 North Main Street Little Silver, N. J. Springfield, Vt. Barre, Vt. dai. NORMAN HADLEY Arts and Sciences 5 Kingsland Terrace Burlington, Vt. 'asv' DONNA HAGELBERGER Arts and Sciences 353 Warrick Avenue Buffalo, N. Y. JOANNE HANSON Agriculture Northfield Falls, Vt. - "1 1 ' li.. J X . R S X. ,. NONA HARRIS Dental Hygiene 5 Scarff Avenue Burlington, Vt. ROBERT HARTMAN Technology 302 Colchester Avenue Burlington, Vt. 59 niversity oi Vermont MARY J. HARVEY Arts and Sciences 'I96 South Union Street Burlington, Vt. RALPH HASLUND Arts and Sciences Wilmington, Vt. FRANCES HAUPTMAN Education and Nursing 15 Crary Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. JANE HEFFRON Arts and Sciences T05 Central Street Foxboro, Mass. MICHAEL HAUPTMAN Arts and Sciences 354 East 'I8th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. IRWIN HERLING Technology 5 West 4th Street Mt. Vernon, N. Y. .eff W ROBERT HEALEY Technology 34 Grandview Drive Mt. Kisco, N. Y. RUTH HAYES Education and Nursing T39 North Prospect Street Burlington, Vt. SALLY HICKOK ROBERT HlCK5 Agriculture A9flCUlfU"e i5 Norwood Avenue 218 BfCH1Cl'l Sffeef Summifl N, J, Bennington, Vt. . 51.1 - , ga ,ff t, -"gt . ., , - , , , w ith - N,'f"'J1f,-, ', , ,. 1 , ' 5 - ' ' N ? Q. " fi:-..,,1e:Z ,,Ei M ' ,' . Class oi 1954 SUSAN HINDS Technology 140 Colchester Avenue Burlington, Vt. HENRY HORSTMANN Technology 19 Westmoreland Avenue Syracuse, N, Y, N-5 JAMES HOAG Technology 8 Ludwig Court Burlington, Vt. M .,, as ""'..3,9' NANCY HOWARD BARBARA HlLL Arts and Sciences 45-48 Browvale Drive Little Neck, N. Y. ELLEN HIND Arts and Sciences 13 Lincoln Place Maplewood, N. J. HERBERT HOOVER Technology 544 Mountain Road Wilbraham, Mass. THOMAS HUBBARD Arts and Sciences Technology East Street Mt. McGregor, N. Y. Stafford Springs, Conn. SHELDON HOROWITZ Arts and Sciences 2926 Holland Avenue New York, N. Y. DANIEL HUDEN Education and Nursing 42A University Heights Burlington, Vt. ,. f ., M Fw x 1 ,..:. 5 . 6 is its 4 Q2 . . 4 - A - . , I f .- ii W-niff' R " f W 4 N 'ff-wlizifze fefizifs flu,-fl ' x,sSSe.fsf1 fi fs 61 University oi ermont X ' ,. 4 A in 3 A V .,.L . .. ,. -. -. . .f , V i f v' f- ,J--.w:..,e.g,Q: p -' tw fwww- 1 .. 1, 2' + Vik" 'r'Qii,'.-'eg ' QW gf, fqgggeteqff' Y sv,j,QV'..,k5g54,, , X 5- . 19.3.3 .,. N .f ., 1 s,:i.3-gw . ,., .. M wma .. , ,sz f?34,s,,.w.,. A 23' s iege' -asf' .r , -MY' Q am., 5 1.4 Q..Z,5,,-sang 'US' .'I -.T3fff6fff ""' V n . r A , WA ,.4.,.c,,.W,c. .yf ,,, ,.,. . x '- ., . r 5 , Q V, ,f. ...rv QM. ' mi: - v -b ,- .M o -fx -1-,gf--,hw k . Z 4 1 V . X? 5 if f , 1-sv.-9-4 X 9 eff f fec .L 6 if ' KN, . ,X Mffy YZ 1p1f1'1':1:z2:1fw3f p'f'i222w r -a 4 - -1 4 . -.4-.4f,e5,g,-yr a- ff 1- fx., af.: .. - - J., L ., 62 -x DALE HULBURD Education and Nursing Orchard Terrace Hyde Park, Vt GEORGE HULBURD Arts and Sciences 27 Colonial Square Burlington, Vt. EUGENE HUNTER Technology 807 Charles Street Scotia, N. Y. EDMUND HUOTT Technology 22 Shady Lane Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. NANCY HUTCHINSON Technology 42 Latham Court Burlington, Vt. JOSEPH IMPALLARIA Technology 8 Bow Street DINO IPPOLITO Technology 38 DeVries Avenue North Tarreytown, N. Y. NANCY JACKSON Dental Hygiene 90 Broad Street Lyndonville, Vt. il l l i Wellesley Hills, Mass. l i l l 1 l Class oi 1954 BEVERLY Agriculture JARVIS 25 Thibault Parkway Burlington, Vt. JAMES JENN EY Arts and Sciences i West High Street Morrisville, Vt. ALLEN JOHNSON RITA JOHNSON Education and Nursing Education and Nursing 127 Charlotte Street Burlington, Vt. JEAN JOSLIN Education and Nursing Waitsfield, Vt. Ls , 'f-2, 13 Pleasant Street Proctor, Vt. 3.5 .,. ws, s 'tr GERALD JOYNER Technology 2101 Cedar Avenue New York, N. Y. .J 1- 3. THELMA JOLIVETTE Arts and Sciences 213 Grove Street Bennington, Vt. 'Mr las, BRUCE JUDD Technology 101 Robinson Parkway Burlington, Vt. 63 . 41. ' , , if U . ,,.,. Q aim? 42 J Y 4 bf" P If i " I . f y - . . ,gm f . 1797 ' -:ees Q A -M90 A . V110 gp DORIS JONES Education and Nursing Dean Farm Poultney, Vt. -:f -1 fi JAMES KALPERIS Arts and Sciences 3 Files Street Westbrook, Maine University oi Vermont ,my , , 'L Q , Q5 , H we .Q ' 1 95. ' I , 1, .. ..,, , . , , , - ,Jif fy ,,,, P' sg ' I f '- . WW of I ' . - -s.3fvicw,:faewA,gpQ ,QQ - 4.5 -. .. 1 2 A -V . f f. . ,Q .., .. W zm,.,y2, ,,f,c?fSfxv,fff- ff" 'X --' 345235, ,.: A 1 :r Y a -' f: ,511 AUDREY KAROLSHAK Arts and Sciences 10 Willow Street Wallingford, Conn. FRANK KELLY Technology 380 South Winooski Avenue . Burlington, Vt. CONSTANCE KEMP LARNED KETCHAM MITSUO KAWAMOTO Arts and Sciences Agriculture Arts and Sciences I Point View Terrace 281 Hall Avenue cfo Maniiu-do, Hiroshima- Plattsburg, N- Y- White Plains N Y Ekimae Hiroshima-shi, Japan KEVIN KEARNEY Education and Nursing 15 Bayview Avenue Newport, Vt. KENNETH KEATING Arts and Sciences 17 Rudd Court Glen Ridge, N. J. 64 -Y, Education and R F D Jericho K Nursing Education and Nursing! Vt Burlington ,., , . V 1 d,7,,,,,V,.AV3,',,:V Me. ,- 1 wa, , . 'f 41- ' ,vfwii JOHN KNICKERBOCKER MARGUERITE KNIGHT' , . r ,,,, 1 , M ,.., .. .. Qss Q, 2 av, 14 if I , K 1 ff f' ' li 397' Q 3 fwfr! A jgagyfs K A! if , iff? J ' Q ,iff ,gi f Wie. , 3? I C , ' f , .gm DOROTHY KRIEGER ROBERT KUNZ l . Class oi 1954 5 'fi Agriculture 26 Parkside Drive Lake Placid, N. Y. "tan, W., V, My I MARY ANN LAFONTE Education and Nursing 212 Lakeview Avenue White Plains, N. Y. 'tra gf' 1 l , X ,iii Agriculture 200 East Garden Road Larchmont, N. Y. I 41' Y ,,,.l sis JOHN LAGGIS Arts and Sciences 9 Central Avenue Ayer, Mass. - 1. 4 W .f .gf IRA KOLODNY Arts and Sciences 114 Orient Way Rutherford, N. J. MYRON KOPS Arts and Sciences 1872 East 19th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. SUZANNE LACROIX FLORENCE LADUE Agriculture Education and Nursing 208 Forest Avenue Glen Ridge, N. J. 31 ADA LAMOROY Dental Hygiene 17 School Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. 65 71 Main Street Essex Junction, Vt. RICHARD LAPIDUS Arts and Sciences 1059 East 8th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. COURTLAND LAVALLE HENRY LAVOlE WARREN LAZELLE niversity oi ermont MARTHA LATT Education and Nursing Strickler Road Clarence, N. Y. BARBARA LAURELL Arts and Sciences l5'l Depew Street Peekskill, N. Y. Arts and Sciences 8 Bilodeau Court Burlington, Vt. 1.',zg'-: if .,,:,. Y .-... P , J A P f ft 2 fin '13 fl 3 I Y fl P3 ij 1 ff? is 5 , T 5 X X IRVING LEFFLER Arts and Sciences 67 Saint Marks Place New York, N. Y. Arts and Sciences 3 Park Terrace Essex Junction, Vt. ROBERT LEISTER Arts and Sciences 244 Worcester Street New Britain, Conn. 5 ROBERT LAW Technology 21 Gove Court Burlington, Vt. sys ' r M 3 . M X., V If gi X gg X , X X X X X 'X Sl I X MARLYNN LEWIS Arts and Sciences 49M South Central Street Haverhill, Mass. x , ,S ,f . ' ' 1.2 " 1 w 244 , .4 sz, 1 V I 1 - - .35 ,iff , g I fa.. 9 - f -' ' 'y hs' . ,M 'QI1-'C ff J- 1-- sf -" ' - J iii? , ., , ,, ,, . in ', g - ,mfr--szrv: If ,. , 5' 411 5 """'f' fe: ' .s z-1w"4W:1'2'Wr Q ffkf - ' . .w w-ff,2 yr-Af' we-nw,-1 -.1.-"nl ff: 4, X f5,..fgQQ-.ew - w,..M,f,f .We,.Q...,,. v- p f "Lr'E. 4 -' 21532 "f?'.'f f '7 FZ? .-' 4,545 - ' ' "f'fW 2 up H. ' x ffm.: 124 f.,-kr.. .2 .ff..,,:N,,w'f+- 1. 3 34,91 g , ,Q 1 ,. fQ,j,f1,j1,3' lgfgwfggp 515, 66 Education and Nursing R.F.D. No. 3 Brattleboro, Vt. PRISCILLA LIBBY Education and Nursing l47 Elm Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Class oi 19 4 KATHLEEN LOWE Arts and Sciences 46 Williams Street Glen Falls, N. Y. ANTOINETTE LU SSI ER Agriculture 42 Maple Street iihelburne Falls, Mass. iii EDMUND LOYOT Arts and Sciences 26 Fourth Street Waterbury, Conn. WILMA LODING Arts and Sciences 2 Green Acres Drive Verona, N. J. ANN LORD Education and Nursing Maple Rock Farm Kezar Falls, Me. HENRY LOYZELLE Arts and Sciences 21 Park Street Proctor, Vt. -r-qs CAROL LUCE Education and Nursing 190 Ketcham Ave. Amityville, N. Y. . tm U . .1 1212 F355 , MAUREEN LYONS DAVID MACHANIC FREDERICK' MACMANUS Education and Nursing Arts and Sciences Agriculture 239 Sterling Avenue 125 Robinson Pkwy. Norwich, Vt. Burlington, N. J. Burlington, Vt. 67 .. : ws -I R is 'mi - . . 'fi 1 .,. W . wk' "-ff. A ,-+- tx. -v.- Q M:-' ' F ' .AFT ' ."wSf21' - - Zi a : .. f' -2 m s ' V "is - 'E if 5- ,. . , r .,,.2'I'?N 3:3"..Z4.ji:1,, . , . . University oi Vermont ELIZABETH MALONEY Dental Hygiene 461 Main Street Northfield, Vt. ROBERT MANKIN Arts and Sciences 50 East 'I9'Ist Street New York, N. Y. DAN MANSON Technology 1220 Whittier Grosse Pointe, Michigan G. CALEB MARSH Technology 68 School Street Hingham, Mass. M. JANE MARTIN Arts and Sciences 7l Old Estate Road Manhasset, N. Y. MARTHA MARVIN Arts and Sciences 88 Main Street Essex Junction, Vt. KATHERINE MATTSON Education and Nursing Chester Depot, Vt. PATRICIA MAZUZAN Agriculture 49 Vine Street Northfield, Vt. Class oi 1954 CHARLES MCALLISTER Agriculture 8 Ewing Street Montpelier, Vt. MARJORlE MCALLISTER Arts and Sciences North Hyde Park, Vt. WILBUR MCALLISTER :lucation and Nursing 25 South Main Street Waterbury, Vt. THOMAS MCGWIRE Technology Hillcrest Roocl Watchung, N. J. BARBARA McBRlDE Agriculture Peacham, Vt. PATRICIA MCKIERNAN Education and Nursing 237 Alamont Place Somerville, N. J. ii' ",.l,i,:' '. " ...-:riff 5:4 'tx V 4"Q mel RICHARD McDOWELL Education and Nursing Saint Peter's School Peekskill, N. Y. JOSEPH MCCULLOUGH Technology 655 Wilcoxson Avenue Stratford, Conn. JEAN MCLAUGHLIN DONALD MCSPARRAN Agriculture Agriculture 38 Hemlock Lane 169 Leroy Street Bay Shore, N. Y. Binghamton, N. Y. 69 niversity of ermont MARTHA MCSWEENEY Education and Nursing East Orchard Road Brattleboro, Vt. is 5 TED MEAD Technology 237 Montgomery Avenue Haverford, Pa. ROBERT MERCHANT Technology Waterbury, Vt. r,.Q MARCIA MERWIN Technology MQ , X f 254 Springfield Avenue Rutherford, N. J. 70 COLLEEN MILLER Dental Hygiene 72 Pearl Street Saint Johnsbury, Vt. MARGARET MONTA Education and Nursing Colchester, Vt. MARILYN MORRIS Education and Nursing 64 East Main Street Poultney, Vt. dmf ,, . ' , 2,5 ,M ,, . 4.1-Q :ikf-3 .U-.'f: VAX: .f .- 5 ef , v P4 fa ,glftxg , . ,. .X 1 - z 1 g , , A: in-.,,f:w vm , MYRNA MORRILL Arts and Sciences Stowe, Vt. THOMAS MUNDIE Agriculture I64 Doncaster Road Kenmore, N. Y. Class of 1954 ia.. ,-Q65 1? ,449- -1 I? 'H gf' I CLEMENT NADEAU CHANDLER NEALY I Agriculture Technology lHighgate Center, Vt. 60 WSIIS Sffeef I 'J rfb Burlington, Vt. an PHILIP MURPHY Arts and Sciences 51 Pierpoint Avenue Rutland, Vt. JOHN MYERS Technology 14 Hamilton Road Scarsdale, N. Y. JOEL NEEDLEMAN Arts and Sciences 29 Third Street Newport, Vt. IK wwf? 'af 'X 'IS-fri I IDSEPH NORMANDEAU HELEN NOYES MARILYN NHOYES Technology Education and Nursing AVIS Und SCISVNEIGS I 174 Barre Street 27 Broadway "TI"Vee Acfes .WWC 71 I . I Montpelier, Vt. Beverly, Mass. Bethlehem, N- H- , .4 ,,,,. ,. ..,,,,. 5 , X Q X f 0 fl a t ragga 2327 I 1 fl ss 51 ts as Mui X af 5639 A XP? Y 1 ff X X, A X. t if my , HARRIET NICHOLSON Arts and Sciences Town Farm Road Brandon, Vt.. l I -441 Q Q S JOYCE NUNES-VAIS Arts and Sciences Hampton Road Mendhom, N. J. 1. niversity of ermont 5 WILLIAM OLDEN Arts and Sciences 323 Reed Street New Bedford, Mass. Zz. A,,,,. fu. ,: ,222 a JEAN NUSS Agriculture 3 Marion Road Verona, N. J. DOROTHY O'BRIEN Arts and Sciences Turners Falls Road Turners Falls, Mass. FRANK OSMUN Agriculture 535 Grand Avenue Hockettstown, N. J. ., .,., I w:c.f, , If 45.-. I , A we , up , j Jfivifii f ff - wg-fv:J::g'? . 50 sr . ' -'P-'-fif:bQQ2,, f. ,. , ...W , , , . 5... ff t 'rs ' ,.,.4" kg 'M ,, V - 712 4 J s o i-2 ,435.2 , , .11 QQ , f. - . - .Nix wwf I . 4 ,af ,, , My sr, fr-eww? -,-,M f- - I- 'tgp fx. - I ,Q if ,gi-M Aff :i ff if ' 4- a.,"t'Sm 11114 ii f- Zffgzfsagpi - ef 'ff Lf- M agi 222 ,4 1 "-hyd: Naam: , Maxx ' A ' 4 '- 'N-iflh bj A A 5 ow- "ma .X-Q:-Q: I M. M, ,,.,,,y ,. .,.. , ..,,, ..., -.,,, J ARTHUR PARE Education and Nursing 60 Loomis Street Burlington, Vt. 'P '21 LMA-'3 'Q : 3 BERNARD PARIZO Education and Nursing 'I4 Railroad Street Essex Junction, Vt. 72 GENA PALERMO DONALD PANOUSHEK Technology Technology 'I7 High Street 47 Fourth Street Waterbury, Vt. Fair-. Haven, Vt. BETTY PEACH CHARLES PERKINS Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Island Pond, Vt. 278 Pearl Street Burlington, Vt. Class oi 1954 JOY PERRY Agriculture 'l2O Raab Avenue Bloomfield, N. J. 4 ,V Y ' , ' if DOROTHY PITKIN Education and Nursing 28 Hickok Place Burlington, Vt. ' ff: tg... ' '-g -""' ' - ,- .gr .f.,av?l.'2' , inf? :jf 'r+:.,,., 1 f f ' 17:11, 5' 1 21 V uf: lq . L his .,,.. I ' jf- -72 ?'E1'Qr 2 f 1 . w v Mem. di' "'-ln. RUTH PESTLE Agriculture R.F.D. Waitsfield, Vt. 1' 1 'Q' like? ERNEST PLANTE Technology Hinesburg, Vt. JAMES PERKINS Technology 68 University Heights Burlington, Vt. FRANCIS PERRY Arts and Sciences 57 Morse Place Rutland, Vt. JOAN PISANELLI Dental Hygiene Fairfax, Vt. SUE PETERSON Arts and Sciences 73-37 Austin Street Forest Hills, N. Y. g II. I 'elu- 'lla MX-511' LLOYD PORTER NANCY PRESTON Agriculture Education and Nursing 20 Davis Road Route NO- 3 Port Washington, N. Y. Excelsior, Minn- ? A 73 niversity of ermont .wg J Sy 'I' S . "Wm Q ,V . . M I K A we , I ,. I Wig 'f,"'2x-.f 544.1 ' , :gf GEORGE PRICE Agriculture Hyacres Bethel, Vt. VENETA PROCTOR Education and Nursing 100 John Street Lockport, N. Y. REGINA PRYBYLO Dental Hygiene 35 Crescent St reet Springfield, Vt. NANCY RANDALL Technology 1 Hough Street Dover, N. H. MARGARET REED Dental Hygie ne 28 Batchelder Street Melrose, Mass. JOSEPH REN MARILYN REED Education and Nursing 312 Maple Street Burlington, Vt. ZULLI Arts and Sciences 210 Woodrow Avenue Southport, Conn. BERNICE RICHMAN Education and Nursing 1482 East 21st Street Brooklyn, N. Y. RICHARD RUSSELL HARRY RUTTEN I if Class oi 1954 GEORGE ROBERTSON, Jr. Arts and Sciences Orleans Road Chathamport, Mass. CHARLES ROCKNAK Technology 35 Harrison Street Princeton, N. Y. FREDERICK ROSE Arts and Sciences 94 Sherman Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. JOSEPH RODAK Technology 'I34 Tallman Street Oswego, N. Y. I 'Q I it r, R 1 1 , -1 1 A' f ' SYDNEY ROSSUCK MARJORIE RUGGLES Technology 444 Manatuck Boulevard Brightwaters, N. Y. . w"I'I" - . - v 'n 3 r . 'f . 5' 4 's4L "fV6ZS., ,Q 17.15 ,V . 'if?f35k:'Af 3 ' Y fd. S.. . .. " ' 'F' -Q ...,..., V, . . Dental Hygiene Route No. I Lyndonville, Vt. .3 tsl NI! I v xl , , Af. Jfh-, f ""'5i- JANE ROSS Arts and Sciences I9 Cedar Place Garden City, N. Y. I an-' , X X Agriculture R.F.D. No. 3 Bristol, Vt. 75 rw' RICHARD ROSS Arts and Sciences 'I77 Mason Terrace Brookline, Mass. IM- tr . Agriculture 3390 Wayne Avenue New York, N. Y. Ink niversity of ermont EDWARD RYNN Technology 21 Kermit Street Woonsocket, R. I. MANUEL SAENZ Technology 2021 Detroit Street El Paso, Texas JACK SALB Technology 2197 Cruger Avenue New York, N. Y. JOAN SALTZBERG ' Arts and Sciences 61 Woodlawn Drive Chestnut Hill, Mass. is .f-'Q 257' 76 OLIN SAMSON Arts and Sciences Franklin, Vt. VERA SAVll.l.E Agriculture 506 East Webster Road Orchard Park, N. Y. JANICE SCHENCK Education and Nursing 81 Mount Hebron Road Upper Montclair, N. J. ALVIN SAYERS Arts and Sciences Box 102 Roxbury, Vt. HARLAN SCHIFF Agriculture 2660 East 19th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. -.. 5-Y , , Class of 1954 Z xr "?"f7 J N ROBERT SCOTT ELOISE SEARS Agriculture Dental Hygiene Vineyard Road Ticonderoga, N. Y. 80 Ocean Avenue Northport, N. Y. HUGH SHERLOCK KARL SHIPMAN T9Clm0l0QY Arts and Sciences Soulli ROYUHOH, Vt. Townshend, Vt. BARBARA SCHNEIDER Education and Nursing 40 Wayne Avenue White Plains, N. Y. JOAN SCHNELLER Education and Nursing 30-13 36th Street Long Island City, N. Y OLIVENE SEWARD Agriculture 25 Lafayette Street Rutland, Vt. -5- ,,,,,.H.,. SARI SILVERA Education and Nursing T9 White Birch Terrace Caldwell, N. J. 77 MERRITT SHELDON Technology Pawlet, Vt. RAYMOND SINCLAIR Technology 7 Murray Street Barre, Vt. niversity of Vermont SHIRLEY SMITH Arts and Sciences 7 Fairmount Street Melrose, Mass. KEITH SPAULDING Technology 'I3 Belvidere Street St. Johnsbury Vt. JOAN SLACK Arts and Sciences Indian Kettles Hague, N. Y. PATRICIA SLACK Agriculture Eden Avenue Indian Kettles Hague, N. Y. CHARLES SNOW Arts and Sciences 64-41 Saunder Stree Queens, N. Y. , I I NANCY SPAULDING Agriculture 22 Myrtle Street Springfield, Vt. 2. 78 JEROME SOKOL Arts and Sciences 284 Pomona Avenue Newark, N. J. -.,..., . .,, x -. .. ,..,, .H L skglygi V 0. 5-if NJ' .,.:"I?'5 'S' . --F59- 4 -.mea gf: - ,. . . , ' . .waist - .aw V, . he ,Y Ei:'ii12::Nfyw:.x..1s. ..1..--5':3E.3iZ:rs,- s g-39, , Ugg. Q. ,Q-. swag .- X as M7 X 4 .. " it 4? f. . X fs s s s X x ills TN 3. ' N 1 s f Mt ' -N g,sQg'?tti 3 S xi 3 .. ts 'ss to E 'Q Q' Qt' 4 , 'Wi' .A ,Y . f , . -. .,... tfm.2iQ1:f' vias :,.- Q, 2314 N-N --',:, N , sv . PATRICIA SPEER Arts and Sciences 77-'I2 35th Avenue Jackson Heights, N. Y. JACK SONNEBORN Arts and Sciences Richmond, Vt. MARIE SPENO Dental Hygiene 68 Western Avenue Brattleboro, Vt. ,sw -,gli Class ot 1954 ,- wi, CYNTHIA STAFFORD Technology 1 Terrace Street Montpelier, Vt. A gs T ALBERT STORY Agriculture East Fairfield, Vt. jk n 4 ., -.4-1 ,-' XR V 'V 1 J ll . ,fri .Lf ,Ss . fx -C, "g' T::::" .Q 'ss-f' A igtiwiffg RQ ' it if ' ll "Hi hwy! W' L 2 1 -K fif one tr SONDRA FRAM Arts and Sciences 387 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, N. Y. -. JACQUELYN STOWELL Arts and Sciences Maple Street Chester, Vt. DUNCAN SPOONER Arts and Sciences 10 Ridgeview Avenue West Orange, N. J. ALLEN SPRAGUE Agriculture 'l3 Weston Street Randolph, Vt. MEREDITH STEERE Dental Hygiene 763 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Mass. EUGENIA STRIPHAS Arts and Sciences Cochecton Turnpike Newburgh, N. Y. 'W 79 HELEN STODDARD Education and Nursing 83V2 Catherine Street Burlington, Vt. 5 'QQ-f X A. 5 . . X ex' +' wws::gst:- FRANCINE STRlCKLER Arts and Sciences 53 Askins Place New Rochelle, N. Y. ,, ,7. ff. .231 H NS, . 0 few ,, , 180 niversity of Vermont 6 , .J i . em r I MARY STROBERT Agriculture 420 Walton Road Maplewood, N. J. ALFRED STUDWELL Arts and Sciences 124 Knickerbocker Avenue Springdale Conn DEIRDRE SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences 36-23 203rd Street Bayside, N. Y. MIRIAM SUNDERLAND Education and Nursing 16 Welden Street Saint Albans Vt Arts and Sciences 201 South 16th Street Allentown P . GORDON SWEENEY Arts and Sciences 38 Ledgemere Street Burlington Vt ANITA TALLEY Agriculture 20 Second Avenue Haddon Heights, N. J. JANE TANDY Agriculture 22 Neptune Road Worcester Mass DAVID SUSSMAN 1 0 V I Class oi 19 4 ANN TAVARES Arts and Sciences 2l Chase Street Burlington, Vt. PAUL THERIAULT Arts and Sciences 24 Sheldon Road Newton Center, Mass. C ,., Q. 'il ,, MARY TATE "The Highlands" Wisner Road Arts and Sciences Rochester, N. Y. WILLIAM THOMSON Technology 37 Sound Avenue Stamford, Conn. ,af's? ,Ir - .iff , . FRS M LAWRENCE TOMS Agriculture West Brattleboro, Vt. , ,Q-, R. 3563 ANDRE TRAVERSY Technology 76 Hayward Street. Burlington, Vt. ALAN TURNER JAMES TYER SARA UPTON SUE VAN WAGNER Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Education and Nursing Technology Box 96 286 Gregory Street 186 South Willard Street 125 Shellbank Place South Fallsburg, N. Y. Bridgeport, Conn. Burlington, Vt. Rockville Centre, N. Y. Hut 81 University of Vermont " I ffiild' -ns... ,M y J E7 . 1, 3 ' ' ' ' ,, , pains? ' . 1, W f- ' '?,.QZ'2.1k?ZN ' V . if . 7 ' f z if -vw vm . vm f 'V - ww- mms.-f,.. .. .. ,, 42,5r" 5 'Q -6 , N 1- '- , ' fs - 1 , P2 1 'V - if ' 1 -f'f1'f iifli V f' -QMVIZ. u -fr , .,f'4. 'sf ', 111' fnifiiwzm W4 fy -' fi. ' f , JOHN VIAU Arts and Sciences IOO Ferguson Avenue Burlington, Vt. JAMES VINCENT Technology 'I67 Bayonet Street New London, Conn. MICHAEL WAGREICH Arts and Sciences 3936 Greystone Ave. New York, N. Y. H. JAMES WALLACE, Arts and Sciences 342 Elm Street Bennington, Vt. 82 WILLIAM WEBSTER Technology School Street Orleans, Vt. M. JANE WEESS Arts and Sciences Oakland Avenue Hanover, Mass. . . 'Q' X . . s RONALD WEI NRAUB Arts and Sciences 1241 Pawnee Place Bronx, N. Y. MARNA WEIN Education and Nursing 85 Station Road Great Neck, N. Y KEITH WELD Technology Wilder, Vt. w Class oi 19 4 MQ' f "x, ALAN WHITING Technology 192 Adams Street Delmar, N. Y. RICHARD WILSON Technology I4 Lindbergh Avenue Amsterdam, N. Y. Q I fl F4 fi 4-i-- 1 JEAN WHITTINGTON Agriculture Marion Station, Md. w HARRIS WINITZ Arts and Sciences II7 Hubinger Street New Haven, Conn. 4' I .. ,,,,, - 1 ' ga: , ' ,etfig 'efsgsgjvl-. .f f-f-I 2 21' " r r--'Q-4-2,fm,.x?xggz - , - . - ,' R wh N- . - 1 s- . . X 9 sf' CHARLES WHEELER Arts and Sciences IOI North Willard Street Burlington, Vt. JOHN WHITEHILL Agriculture Passumpsic, R.F.D. Waterford, Vt. ROBERT WILLEY Agriculture II Park Street Essex Junction, Vt. .ag M5 i rf . s -.,..f,, '5"L!'.'N T 'ff ' Gem .E3i:1"" : f SIEQQ' KX gf I scfv 4, fwrezgefg-' fggf . , Q .,,L2s..4 f .. .. . w..W.,,, 1. ,. ,, . . .MQ , , X, -tis-. , 331, ., rj 5-1 -. ,v gg: .. - uf: ' - '. 4.. . . . ,-g.,v. V,,1,, ',...., . . V ,J Q 1 sd j::Ifff'-,.- - .' . ., ,.., yffw:-V.:-.. Jn- - - .,, -, fl... 1.. :rs-sf--fa-f--fp .js ff f - 1 , PAUL WISHENGRAD Technology 30 Dell Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. w x, A. .,, ' .Q- : I zj.q:::1ms 1,,'x'f.ff' ' ,Rin .:?ff5t2'-256' i if R r- "S . wt' -. I. "i'f'lfI'.'gf:2fr.'J f Q.. - , ' 1 " ei? :gz2i1p,1'gfj3'3w' , f uf 7 T fit. 6 , ,ve Ethel' ,fi-,.-f..-'.gf:--' . .. 5 , Q? 5 W Q. , gl il, Q E QW N I . HELEN WILLS Arts and Sciences Musconetcong Avenue Stanhope, N. J. DAVID WOOD Arts and Sciences Derby Line, Vt. 83 University of ermont ,.., . -- SSW- ssavsfsf 4 M., ei I ' " :g2,'gaf1':Zsgsf:gz' r' ,N ' A .f ,.:e..51ie.:::s:c?7'. -ffm.: 1 GEORGE WOOD Agriculture City View Farm Rutland, Vt. Q: . K Y . Y s 1 Y X X., 1... JANE WOOD Education and Nursing 109 High Street Saint Albans, Vt. KATHERINE WOODARD Education and Nursing 487 Converse Street Longmeadow, Moss. MADELINE WOOLEY Educating and Nursing 385 Marlboro Road Wood-Ridge, N. J. LEWIS ABLES Arts and Sciences 58 East Main Street Plainville, Conn. EUSEBIO AJA Arts and Sciences 16 Laurel Street Barre, Vt. SAM ALEXAKIS Arts and Sciences 126 Maple Street Athol, Mass. JOAN ALLAIRE Technology 36 East 42nd Street Bayonne, N. J. HARRY ANDERSON Technology 67 Chestnut Street Brattleboro, Vt. FRANK ANGULO Arts and Sciences Lower State Street Montpelier, Vt. JUDITH ASTONE Education and Nursing 1200 Chesterfield Road Birmingham, Mich. MYRON BAHNSEN Technology Hathaway Road Saint Albans, Vt. ERDEN BAILEY Agriculture 15 East Street Essex Junction, Vt. DEAN BARBER Technology West Glover, Vt. JOHN BARNARD Agriculture R.F.D. No. 1 Pittsford, Vt. PETER BARTELLONI Arts and Sciences 154 Loomis Street Burlington, Vt. EUGEUNE BEAUPRE Arts and Sciences R.F.D. 2 Barre, Vt. JANE BIGGAR Agriculture 46 Wayside Street Springfield, Mass. RODERIC BILLUPS ' Technology 113 Bellevue Street Winooski, Vt. GERALDINE BING Arts and Sciences 181 Church Street Burlington, Vt. VICTOR BORST Arts and Sciences B-rooktondale, N. Y. CHARLES BRIWA Agriculture P. O. Box 146 Hudson, N. Y. BRUCE BROOKS Arts and Sciences Newfane, Vt. THEODORE CALL Technology 84 College Parkway Winooski, Vt. ALTON CARPENTER Technology East Burke, Vt. JOSEPH CASEY Technology 20 Salem Streer Lawrence, Mass. 84 WALTER CEGLOWSKI Agriculture Rupert, Vt. JOHN CLARK Arts and Sciences 15 DeForest Road Burlington, Vt. BARBARA COCKEY Education and Nursing 17 Benedict Street Middletown, N. Y. MARVIN COOPER Technology 36 Wallace Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. GEORGE CORTELYOU Technology 22 Loomis Street Burlington, Vt. JAMES CRONIN Technology Brant Lake, N. Y. DAVID CUMMINGS Technology Stonecliff Farm Bradford, Vt. ,T11.. Y, H. ., . " Class oi 1954 .' '- DAVID WRIGHT if MARY WRIGHT Technolog Education and Nursing Y 22 Middlesex Road Watertown, Mass. South Hero, Vt. r Dar '95, WN-wavy J '. ,...Y ' If PAUL YOUNG Arts and Sciences 9 Barry Road Worcester 2, Mass. EARL CURTIS Technology White River Junction, Vt. JOEL CURTIS Arts and Sciences 241 Central Park West New York, N. Y. DONALD CUTLER Technology 21 Canton Avenue Milton, Mass. FRANCIS DAVIS Technology Belmont, Vt. FREDERICK DELORME Arts and Sciences 171 Church Street Barre, Vt. KENDALL ELLIOTT Agriculture Glover, Vt. VIRGINIA ELLIOTT Education and Nursing Lyndon Center, Vt. ROBERT ELLIS Arts and Sciences 324 Lawrence Street Mt. Vernon, N. Y. PATRICIA ELY Technology 171 Lincoln Road Westfield, N. J. THEODORE ENGEL Technology 14 Kathryn Place Bergentield, N. J. THOMAS FAGAN Arts and Sciences 67 Grove Street Rutland, Vt. DAVID FAGELL Arts and Sciences 197 Mason Terrace Brookline, Mass. GERALD FOSKETT Agriculture 149-33 21st Avenue Whitestone, N. Y. ROBERT FOSTER Technology 4A University Heights Burlington, Vt. DAVID FRANKLIN Arts and Sciences 74 Weston Street Brockton, Mass. WAYNE FRENCH Agriculture Route 2 Orleans, Vt. HARVEY FRISCHLING Technology 3169 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. SUSAN GAELEN Arts and Sciences 375 South Winooski Avenue Burlington, Vt. WILLIAM GAMBEE Agriculture 1 Jarvis Place Lynbrook, N. Y. DONALD GEORGE Arts and Sciences 29 Franklin Street Oneonta, N. Y. CHRISTOS GEORGOULIS Arts and Sciences 22 Rock Street Lowell, Mass. GERRY GERMAIN Technology Mountain Road Stowe, Vt. 85 RICHARD GOODNOW Technology Mountain Road Princeton, Mass. ELIZABETH GRAVES Arts and Sciences 72 Bradley Street Burlington, Vt. JAMES GREEN Technology 89 North Prospect Street Burlington, Vt. KARL GREENMAN Arts and Sciences 57 Alberta Road Chestnut Hill, Mass. KENNETH GRINSPOON Arts and Sciences 45 Morseland Avenue Newton, Mass. RONALD HAFTER Arts and Sciences 132 Wallabout Street Brooklyn, N. Y. FREDERICK HEPBURN Technology R.F.D. No. 1 Wallingford, Vt. niversity oi ermont RUSSELL HOLMAN Technology Trailer No. I4, U.V.M. Burlington, Vt. FRANK HOPKINS Arts and Sciences 24 Stamford Avenue Stamford, Conn. RICHARD HUER Technology T2 Ellsworth Street Braintree, Mass. CARROLL HULL Education and Nursing Franklin, Vt. MARY ELLEN HUNT Education and Nursing 3'l Simms Court Burlington, Vt. ROBERT HUTCHINSON Education and Nursing Prospect Street Essex Junction, Vt. FRANCIS JACKSON Arts and Sciences 28 Hyde Street Burlington, Vt. BART JACOB Agriculture Bedford, N. Y. WAYNE JENSEN Technology IT9 Cowperwaite Place Westfield, N. J. ADRIAN KARP Arts and Sciences T9 Lyons Avenue Newark, N. J. MORTIMER KAUFMAN Technology 250 Spear Street South Burlington, Vt. ORVILLE KEELER Technology I5'I North Main Street St. Albans, Vt. RUPERT KING Technology 934 North Avenue Burlington, Vt. EDWARD KNUTSON Technology 6C Birch Lane Burlington, Vt. FRANK KRASOFSKI Technology 23 Valley Street Springfield, Vt. EDWARD KRECHEVSKY Technology 36 Westbourne Pkwy. Hartford, Conn. NORMA KUDIESY Education and Nursing 'IS George Street Burlington, Vt. PHYLLIS KURRELMEYER Education and Nursing 59 Adams Court Burlington, Vt. DENIS LAMBERT Education and Nursing T41 Elmwood Avenue Burlington, Vt. WILLIAM LAYTHAM Technology R.F.D. No. T Pennsburg, Pa. WARREN LEIGH Agriculture 2 Hennesy Place Irvington, N. J. EARL LUNGE, JR. Technology Waterbury, Vt. PAUL LYNCH Agriculture 9 Barker Street Bellows Falls, Vt. ALBERT MALINVERNI Technology I3I4 Ashland Avenue Niagara Falls, N. Y. ROBERT MARCOTTE Technology East Terrace South Burlington, Vt. DAVID MAXFIELD Technology 203 McKinely Avenue Edwardsville, lll. HENRY MCKENNA Arts and Sciences 72 Richardson Road Belmont, Mass. JACK MCLENNAN Technology 54 Hurd Road Belmont, Mass. JOHN McNAlR Agriculture 239 Nelson Road Scarsdale, N. Y. ROBERT MCTIERNAN Arts and Sciences ' 7l Birch Street Worcester, Mass. MERWIN MERIDY Technology 69 Martin Street Hartford, Conn. THEODORE MILBERG Arts and Sciences T00 Avenue P Brooklyn, N. Y. JAMES MONTGOMERY Education and Nursing II4 Florence Street Roslindale, Mass. FRANKLIN MOREN Technology IO Oak Terrace Lynn, Mass. CHARLES MUDGE Technology 869 Standish Avenue Westfield, N. J. RANDALL MUNSON Agriculture 2I Roosevelt Street Roseland, N. J. MICHAEL NEWTON ' Agriculture Newton School South Windham, Vt. ROBERT NOONE Technology l2'I North Catherine Street Plattsburg, N. Y. CARL NOTKIN Arts and Sciences 4842 Roslyn Avenue Montreal, P. Q., Canada JAMES O'BRlEN Technology Box 36 Canaan, Vt. ANTONIA PANOS Education and Nursing 39 Main Street North Bennington, Vt. RUSSEL PATTENGELL Agriculture I39-31 247th Street Rosedale, N. Y. DAVID PEARL Arts and Sciences I5 Church Street Chateaugay, N. Y. LYLE PEARsoNs, JR. Arts and Sciences 2'I River Street Woodstock, Vt. ROXA PHELPS Arts and Sciences I84 Fairfax Street Birmingham, Michigan DONALD PICARD Arts and Sciences Colchester, Vt. JOSEPH PLANTE Arts and Sciences 'l'l Poplar Street Massena, N. Y. PAMELIA PRATT Agriculture Lower Plain Bradford, Vt. Class oi 1954 MILTON PRIEST Technology 93 Buell Street Burlington, Vt. DONALD RANNEY Technology I2 Lincoln Street St. Johnsbury, Vt. GEORGE RATEAU Technology T04 Cottage Place Ridgewood, N. J. JANE RAYMOND Agriculture 425 W. 45th Street New York, N. Y. FRANK READ Agriculture Bakersfield, Vt. HARRY ROMER Technology R.F.D. No. 'I Burlington, Vt. MARVIN ROSENBERG Technology 49 Nixon Court Brooklyn, N. Y. LYLE SALTER Technology Munn Terrace Ext. Arlington, Vt. ALBERT SAURWEIN Technology 62 Bank Street St. Albans, Vt. DONALD SCHOENBRIJN Technology 34 Elk Avenue Dover, N. J. JOAN SCRIBNER Agriculture 30 Church Street Lyndonville, Vt. PHILIP SEMANS Technology 227 Callendar Street Dorchester, Mass. WILLIAM SEYMOUR Arts ancl Sciences 68 Cole Avenue Williamstown, Mass. FRANCES SHAPIRO Arts and Sciences 321 South Union Street Burlington, Vt. HOWARD SHERRER, JR. Arts ancl Sciences Prospect Street Lyndonville, Vt. JOHN SHIELDS Technology 430 Central Avenue New Haven, Conn. CAROL SHOTZ Arts and Sciences T66 Beach l37th Street Belle Harbor, N. Y. RUSSELL SHURTLEFF Education and Nursing I22 Spring Street Hanover Center, Mass. WILLIAM SMART Arts and Sciences Trailer No. 30, U.V.M. Burlington, Vt. PHILIP SMITH Arts and Sciences R.F.D. No. 3 Brattleboro, Vt. WILLIAM SMITH Arts and Sciences R.F.D. No. l St. Albans, Vt. HOWARD SPALDING Technology 39 Parkway East Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ROBERT STIMSON Technology 72 Hastings Street Greenfield, Mass. ROBERT THURBER Technology 47 Nash Place Burlington, Vt. HENRY TIRRELL Education and Nursing Jordan Village Waterford, Conn. LAVERNE TRINKINO Technology 40 Vine Street Binghamton, N. Y. BENOIT TROTTIER Arts and Sciences IOO Brook Street Barre, Vt. GEORGE TUTTLE Arts and Sciences Brewster, N. Y. GORDON VANCOR Arts and Sciences Westminster Street Saxtons River, Vt. ROGER VAN KIRK Technology 343 Hillcrest Avenue Trenton, N. J. DOMINIC VARTULI Education ancl Nursing T27 Hickok Street Winooski, Vt. DONALD VEBURST Arts and Sciences R.F.D. No. I West Burke, Vt. JOHN VIETS, JR. Arts and Sciences Hyde Park, Vt. JOYCE VILLEMAIRE Education and Nursing 200 Pearl Street Burlington, Vt. JAMES WALSH Technology 35 North Main Street Norwood, N. Y. EDWARD WATKINS Arts and Sciences R. F. D. Bellows Falls, Vt. DAVID WELLS Technology 'IO School Street Newport, Vt. DAVID WHITESMAN Arts and Sciences 6 Meadow Brook Road Long Meadow, Mass. HELEN WICHOWSKY Arts and Sciences Jorclanville, N. Y. ROGER WILDER Agriculture Park Street Rochester, Vt. JOHN WOOD Technology IO9 High Street St. Albans, Vt. THOMAS WOODARD Technology Trailer No. IO, U.V.M. Burlington, Vt. MARVIN WOOLF Technology 223 Claremont Avenue Mt. Vernon, N. Y. JOHN ZEITLIN Arts and Sciences I Crossway East Chester, N. Y. RICHARD ZITER Arts and Sciences 2OlV2 Western Avenue Brattleboro, Vt. 511: ., vb IE'.4,1SY Q1 J 4 2, A A iw: A , S if Vw. 2, ,K-ww f s'w4W qv 4297024 fl 3, K M Jw-wx :Sgr 162 'S f-Hx Q' M254 f- get Wa Jw gps- ' V1-. 1. I I Amw. 1 r 4 - .,,,',. , . . as . yf f J W ew, W HW 'EF Km -1,311.2-1...-K - -----W - AYA i?4Y Y :YM 1 1 ldvxr 7,7 5"x'M .I . 5 . iii 'N 5 Lu Q J, 'X U1 :A W' 'Vi In cl? raklfziglikx f-, ',.- ?i,yim:'1'G:P -Ui f5 qlmll rrrM,! - I' FQ: 555 94:23 Quay A A F311 .0 Too Small? OKAY, Frosh! -.yi v 5 X" XXX Qin ix ,gif-fgg XX Q X, 5 'ff'T"ME.,,oA. XXX N ,, f la agogqf-f M ff? l A ff N J MX .ww 1 El Maamggiegr 'f" -..Jew fu.. -Tr' 'ff Oops! I NI - 1-1 J C-if K :Y nv.,..,.-.....M.7.,.- mm. wnreav- 4-eNW1.W N, W " WM W ,W V, ,Im ,, I .,A 4 E54 ra L 'H 'gg-J 5 1 , L 5 fx fx ra F11 am 6 was lsxxsg o A ' 'F -- vu ' '-I ' , N-. yfbg"3gg Home Cooking? A A W, 7' fi 5 Q xl' V 'Mf- t YA J IIY 1 ll 45 M , f"' H o 'ffff g1,.y'vi1'. W, Qjf , mm, 2 4vv r , 'rw . 3 KING ll 375 1 Y, , rs-f if tr PM um - A us? Q V A Vg MR Q' l X 5? 1:-' 1 l l . ,--'Htl "---- ., ire -sl llll' fx Haig!!! , bi Z! - insfsfim ll FE FF 'fifixsg' 1 fa- e l 5 ti' LTTRQ- JJTT 'Q t le in EE EE i-- 'E ,l A il.,if, i :ego e 'Qf: e -1- -g S 1 ' -s.. x -'N 'NN Can't pay, eh? I AA 'ww ,.."t4A ,q,l7 NN l is 'li-bIlNlVIgBSITTl Q V , ti l mmm egg i, gist -A ee ' 421 2f.'-if ' gg' " gr ' ,,.- ' tea' X fl iii-2 L, we so I .32 + la ' nllgla il 4 -2- ,fjjil-'fee' ' 7 ' 5 2 it tl?" V ff V s FRESHMAN WEEK it Showers are out of order Registration, beanies, teas and mixers Banquets, lecturesg dorms and tixers Insteadshot beringfafll 'amused We finclithat WQJCIVTS quite Confused. Here aretwe tat !last,ii'n coltlegge, , J t ' K Anxioius,T9,pl isp1l6yother knowledgei' Twelve gWe'veostrfug'gled for, Can it be that thereiis tnore? This is whatrwe- waintto know - lla What will be our status quo? 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LL-f:,,gL ' :AAI M' , 1 ' fm' - l -R Hold Thaf Line! L F 1 1 12 . Q. P 9- 'l 1 ' ' - . I H-uvszwfl' b if " ' X . -- .. ' Xj',:J,:Ls Q3 flag . .,,.1, ...JL Firsf Place - Kappa Alpha Thefa Second Place - Gamma Phi Beta Rah-Rah Girls , . .J J.. I like Ike, fool Jessie Swee 1' a Nancy Fefrenz The WHMGNT V FWHM' oi Jcscha Colburn "P1'eclict'iow Of Things to Come . I Q X1 NL ?:ese0iS ST NBS oi me YUTUYXE SOMXNHTKCV- Pmduoiwm i'a'.X5 Singin' In The Rain -- - -- 4 -:.g...r-'-V---.s'-i,sf--e:4-::- vs.-ix ..,gl2,,-3, no ,Q Queen Pat Mahoney is crowned The Army and Air Force ROTC ioined to present the 1952 version of the Military Ball in November, marking an historic note in the an- nals of UVM. Led by the cadet colonels at each unit, the grand procession ended with the crowning of Pat Mahoney '53, as Military Ball Queen, with the title of Honorary Colonel in both the Army and the Air Force R.O.T.C.'s. Cadet Colonel Art Ruppert was the com- mander ot the Air Force unit, while Cadet Colo- nel Don Brown led the Army regiment. -Sateen- 'Y t ff? . l ff- X' "-sf 5 55- li X 2 lf S C, t A little to the left PLENTY of Room for dancing! K f- 'N QXQZ THE CLASS OF '55 PRESENTS SADIE HAWKINS DANCE or: Go get 'em Gals I -H J 3' " A - 4-S7 un? ' ,xzyg-'53 il 1 . X 4 A' 'flew 'ff' - E Vermont T ' N , ' T Middlebury T' Q x r , ig T x in NOVEMBER 8 Although marred by The loss of The Tradi- tional football game To The downcountry ri- vals, The Middlebury weekend was one of The big social events of The Tally Buffets, house parties and dances high- lighted The last weekend ofthe football sea- son, with The first annual Interfraternity Council Dance opening The festivities on Fri- day night, following The biggest pep rally and snake dance of The year. All The fraternities had house parties Sat- urday night, while The sororiTies entertained with Teas in The afternoon. : , Oh, You Beaufiful Doll! gy V' ' ww , - :,-, QQ- '. . 3 ,.,., 1.. 1- UM ., f?f .ef , 6 cw: fm 2 1 PM ,M Q im? , ,, , , .,4,,,, ...,. Na n, ff! cv. ,vjggg nf 4 5255944 , G V17 62" r. an y aw ff' .Tm '?ffgfS..,xgP"'..+ gf fever, KWH? ,,,Q?+'j!1--4,-N M 4 ,QA f 4? 'wif 2 'as .Aff 5vff..X , MM. V, ,fs A P Q wfffivawfzr-m-me-1zgmffiiamw figfli-QW .,."f:i,a'2-?'1"",,' if-12,f1,m,',f.9z.,,L,-mf, . rw- Q-MW, liifs-Ls' -gf ' ',-wf fwff vp , ,, f, ff-1:1 ra-sf ,W ,N .,.-1:1-ff:-.w ,: -:. ev 212, ,, - fren, , f :,j::Z-1e:if:-5.2: ': -'-- - 1 ff gen 'lm ,f f 41 " 1 ,X 5 Y .... ,Qin !,,fjfgL"if K. 2 -- 2 ' f. .gk 1' M, s f " 'V 'i , ,,. NS, M 1,15 .1 yea-,fy ff f ' - ' -1' ,f- H iizgjggm lnfellecfual Discussion Ruflancl Special Pardon My Back! l'm working my way fhru college Yeah? Down The Guffer! Coffee Shop - 68, 69 Have A No-Doz! Whaf The Well Dressed U V M Girl Wears ww- 1 Almosf Mode H! ef Deck the Halls . . Mortar? Bored "Buff-'v' 1 5 ff 2 4 . 1-A A f W xy .Q -Af ., V, , 5, , figy, ' . A 4 . . , e f. . Q , .,, 1 451, . 'v af t, 1 0' - - 1 f 'f 3 A f - V x f ' ' , N N 2- 1 - X 3 Q- l I, ' X. I Sfrike! Vermont Conference n r No Trump! "Hoods" IG B S sfylej , . 1 I" f if vw, . W, B i'-. 51. x? ,if . '53 Tgg: W I Q V2 ,M r x xx y N ws X R X 'f ,.., .1 ' ,Q-ff 2 V 9 f ,. ,,k,W. , v ,-Vflf ff-7,.,f.n,,ffW, X I' ggkjz, ' , .f,, .W , f . he, syn, 'Q Q , , L ai?-'F f - ,Q..?-gi2A.f7,. .V .ww , vw 4 ,gf ,..... ,..i.m.....L...A.i....,...4e,-Jaqi, 1-if WW: , g ,J-'gi L,n.uxf:::-:..:. 1 ,f - ' ' ': The Week Before 'T R. 5 ' K ...Penn Cami al . . . and 'A , ,1 '.- IKVI 1' '. -Elf E175' Sf' , ' 555542 T. 5' 'i ff fif2:f'7iiViVf?f15:I.QQ' ' V. -f-Vg: '. '- ,VN V . , 4, ,. V. Y, f 14 , g3V.,.:5 1 ., -1-: Ve -3 .QM ,5-rl. Qgzgi., Q gag-,f-V3 - ' I :Ire-:-'ww ' -fs" Vere: V .J ' :Lifts-2: 'fVefv.':.:-1: ---. 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"My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean" Infirmary Conference "First Lady" .4 .1 ,Z fi 'fu Z Campaigning . . . "Barnacle Bonnie" . Affer fhe Long Nighf! "Sweet Nancy" K -A ,QW ,-ish "Grab Your Coat . . . !" Firsi Come, Firsf Served "Wafch our for fhe worm!" X. l T 1 k 3 I.: P. rf rw U 3? "Jane's the Name" e f I 2 V r 1 , U 4 ...Moreofltm A i !??Q?:3K,:,. , ejfisj T, fig,-Ll Q' 5 K f i :vii-',' ,fiiirr TT Qfflyfg-4 . - ' V-New '--- 1 ' . 151 27421125 'ir "4 ,, ..,, 2 U I .....a.. --f I .. r ,5:,l 5 I 1? I -,Q-no E - W Q f U' . , 1 , V -Q? A X 'Q v" v , J '-1'E'5g5 T' 1' I XV r A Q1 gf - 3 3 A . ' ' 9 :W ' ' f ,tl ' " K td A I - - X H 'ffl Iii" ' 334' "5---.M 4 T x ,, fm 3:5 T3 .. ,, , , , X EDEN Yuri ,Ni ed, A nj? ,C ' f, y . T' A h J . l ., ,wrt The Ola' Howard Comes To Woferman 4 ' ,fam Here's mud in your eye! Aggie Sfudenis Cold Sforoge ,fp ,- in .g 5? 4. 1 , , , ,: f' .k 2? :ii sf Q 11' - 1 . - ,E , -Q 1 Z1 ,4 -If f' ': T ' :V E ffl, ," GLW- -, 2' 'fi 'Q 553 : -4, 3 is z, 1 -1 Q 3-4 QQ' r-ff: ff - ll 'T I 1 51: '15 If 5' ,, The Thmg il so - 1 f as ' Lx: - .1 msrspq f uw fag,-iw' 155 1 A-. ff ,.,fA I . ,. iii Q9 , . s , A 1 - W 2- '- 1 ' hw . V' ' . f 'iQ f,.5'i.g' ggff i 2 , . 5 f I is 1 , - KE 41 'fv -o'- . Q ffm' If Q y .ff 94: T- 1. . , A ,,-f,.,,4I Kun' N 1 2 0 , gk 1- 7, fs mwah WI STAQSRZ U lr 2 Xlxggf - High Hopes len?- L X QZNKZLXQ XX gf. Taka I I Geniuses of work I T T One, Two, Three, Heove! ' i I "Oh, Sid!" The Big Moment 0 . O "Racing With The Moon Congratulations from the Presidenf Kake Walk Ball of T953 ll One, Two, Three, Four . . ." n ,WY , , Y Walkin' . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon Kappa Sigma Sigma Nu Thefa Chi Tau Epsilon Phi Acgcld Sigma Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...De... --- Phi Delia Thefa Alpha Tau Omegd 5 X Phi Sigma Delta Lambda Iota Delia Psi A31 we . msg, N321 MVK ' 224, fm in , -'-f-w.,.,,.,..,,,,,. Q ,MN 1. wi f '- WWM 1 fv ai. if .2 ggi f ,A Q P . ' f " 0 5 . 4. L V -1:7 .J , .. gf W , i . fnf A f M .M ,,. ww ,- U -A ' - 5.51 i Alpha Tau Omega Phi Sigma Delia Tau Epsilon Phi Della Psi ifxi ...Sk1ts... Phi Sigma Delia 7' ,CTX C246 auf Delta Psi if , S. I, A, 55,-'::,, ' -2:1 f -' . 'vs-7 , . W -'A aww? ,4,.,.. , W . ,x.1-2-5121.2 :-5,5 ,- , - ,,., , ,,.,. i H, 2 K8 --7--.1 '4Xf.f7":,,x. 'new Alpha Tau Omega Tau Epsilon Phi The Winnahs . . . Kappa Sig's Walkers Kappa Sigma Acacia's Walkers Phi Sigma Delia . . More Winnahs Tau Epsilon Phi Joe Lechnyr's Cake Alpha Tau Omega Happy Birfhday fo Bruce! ...Memorie e f. ,. 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' Q .1'-Ng..'25-Q1-Q'-nfl: 1 H VP ajfgs. e QQ ,.,, 4 F X44 .K '1i.2:1:f13 .ff V Q ff pf' LA. . -f- ' if 'fsff 213, Iffiff , 11 ::f,.z::. :::::-' iff N3T?'6'1ft.f' ' ' l 2 -1: :iw 'iyfjlk 'a li 'QW .1:ri. iff- .5 Sw., 61 XA 155552. 91" .2 fm. w Keep Pulling! Before fhe BIG MOMENT ' ., 3 ff,,,j' 4332 51 -was . - e ,wwaM'f2.:WfW??X?TfZ5?f24m22z..a e-mm . W -Q-gQee1.1 W, X ,J f 'v KY iff.: 4 :v.Q. f,- K' 0 -. . v xg,-T. W , "f' - .,'. ..,.e. ,V Mi- ff, 9' 1 . -and ,aff ., , f Z". 2.1.2 W 2,5215 Zia z .T -, ' 5,1 f2'X1," H 4-f V f-- l x ., - 5. X 1 . .fam 00 , M J V . Q Aw H4 1. " ,az 331. . 1.1, - . ,,, wk V ' r. f ' , . , .1 ye' fy. e 2 X- ' ' ., 55, , K ' 5 M.. , 4' . - .. vp . , Xl b ' ff "i f Jay' Q, ,, . ' .ff ,W-,ng , , , . labtig . .. . 7- yy . f -E:-a, :' Q ' N, , 5 VL X V . . a,.1f,1..y y .X ,, 1 uf, ,X 44... , N, -. ,, Y 4 . vn 4 ""k7pT5f1 7ef A ' 'A ' ,Q-. f 411, fm. 0 1. 1,147 V .A , .g 5 rf . A lf M ? ' X ,, .ff ..,,, -.LA ,ym?.,,.: I 3.5 , In 35 , If Y Q4 fzgwgq' af 1 N' 9 gggzw 1 P f 1 E WY? x me ' X 442 if + ggi 4x 5 gf? Z fr f Aff 15 1 W 6 fM w, xg, VZ f 9 2 A f f f 2 2 f W 12, .Q 2 A' ff , fi, Z , , M . ' , W 1 fffa f f I 5 Z E 5 if f X 5 . fr.,-1 f ga gf .Q ' " " ' 5 .A ' ' ' H4 " 1. 22, , 't'.Z'f,53 V-' ' ,A A, . 0. X f' "" - ,, F Wafch the Hclnkie! Go, Go, Go! . fA1. 1 The Guiding Lights L, , ,---a 2- --.lgee-:Q S1- KAKE WALK DIRECTORS Bruce Carroll, Rod Belden, Kim Howes. I I I I il F 1, I I r .i. X ii F vi .I I K 5. If pi '1 1 i 6 v I, V I ,. ii .I- I .fi I THEY MAKE THE WHEELS TURN: Paul Theriaulf, Hank Allen, Rod Belden, Bruce Carroll, Kim Howes, Pai O'Brien, Jack Burke. 1 I ,z I ,, III T? I I 1 I I ASSISTANT DIRECTORS Pai O'Brien, Jack Burke, Hank Allen, Paul Theriaulf. r 5. I I I R H E 5, I i I I ?"' "l ' ' " W' 1 The End of a GREAT WEEKEND! Week a -l dv unior Junior Week's official title was changed this year to "Spring Thaw Week", in order to have the entire university engage in the Traditional acti- vities that are normally confined to the Juniors. The week commenced with the "Peerade", a grand procession of fraternity and sorority floats. As in past years these floats were based on the theme of the Junior Week play. Alpha Chi Omega produced the out- standing float of the day. Phi Delta Theta ranked first in the fraternity division. Highlight of the week was the Junior Prom, this year based on the theme of a Parisian Night Club. The following day a iazz concert was held at Southwick. This year's dramatic production for Junior Week consisted of two operettas: "The Lowland Sea" and "The Lantern Marriage" directed by Greg Falls. Nancy Cowles, Bev Chase Talley were chosen as the Junior Beauties. John Clark was general chairman of the Spring Thaw. , Bobbie Laurell, Jane Martin, and Anita Lee Sig Nu's hard of work lnteresfing?? 'ln 1 . a Nancy Cowles - -. I ex Firsf Place - Alpha Chi Omega Firsf Place - Phi Delia Thefa Barbara Laurell Jane Martin "To fhe winners go fhe spoils" The Pi Phi's build a floaf. JW SW al' Bev Chase Our gals! Have a sip, Paul 'Guys and Dolls" The Lowland Seo" Bonnie Talley . . . Behind The cones . . . Q Aff ,-11 Sigma NU Floaf Behind The Scenes if N1 Q .f1 "iVY,"u.C'A,f Last M'nufe Rehearsal JW AJ- ' i .1-' bw .1-H .',-.VK-L'557'f" i- C' X, 'fa ' ' :":"' ,I P ig 1 ' ATO Fl f - Y 3 .,u-LJ,- -' ' . I 4, 1, J" , ,. 33? Lg-flouqimsfip 7-5 e f. , 1 ., ,iirisaiz .ft fi 3 5 , , C f 'H e Wu L FMW .OUTHUICK I A - MVR ,x':.,xV ,. ,-.Er V ,QC0f15U0UNiiiggg rws-7 EA lflw ,-in -1. iiiioiiiiwo if i if i i ., SW 5 11 ' li, . f ' 1 -'ff+1" ff' i e , .,i i ' Q .."'if'il-1' -i'.LA-A ' 127 A NJ - i M 555 .wg 1 bv! VT? Y - Delta Psi Fioaf ' f.hfQ,ggi' j if Whig ,Af .ie-fggizixme . fl vale, i. i Beauties -nx- iz Y eiigfifi 5 Beauties Beaufies "The Lowland Sea" The Lowland Sea" Guys and Dolls" ZS12d:!1iM3Ym546KF.?Zffz' l Bonnie Talley ASE.:-"il . . . Behind The cones .Q- Sigma Nu Floaf , .., i 3-11,7 el. 1 , 1 -e -4 fi ily i 1 A pg- , ,. 5, - 'i , lllfi lag: , ' ATO Floaf 4 has x ,UM I -7 X A ' N--'Q' in v 'l f , ., ge llxilllnsflg H1517 J? A .4 "W , qmfggii-ii T' g ig A 1-4 55 ' C Wh! e x . :uv A W--In 1 1-I ' -7-M-A kr-r-:X 'A U? v g gcoiinowiimsii 'W all ii-5.1 9 FHF LOHLANDSEP 54 li ' , ' 'f"Tf5ir"L1. " I ,-I 11 Iii. ' " ' .1 :fig -f Hr' FY,J2'Tl5" 711 , I , l ,?'fZ5l'34 J 1' "Q ' ' T' , ' fi-'Fi ii L'7T1 Delfa Psi Floaf ""l'y,l5,Egl Q 'yy-f-'mfg , k, ,, 2. 1 am5fL.x,f f.'.'e:w h : 41,32-63.1 1- i ',w,f:L.......w Beaufies .-a ll Behind The Scenes Lasf Minute Rehearsal Beaufies The Lowland Sea" Beauiies Soronty Wm P-ph 5. 35 if ,Y 62, 19 . 3222 ix 'X if Wx IX Xl V WSW mx i s mx I C O O This is so enjoyable "I Surrender, Dear" . M, - , J ' .- r gm -1 ,AK-' ' e mg rs -,.,:1 -' . A, :Ax 3.1: .1-1 .. 'X , , ' 1 -ee' W, M.. ,- , wx A , , A , sf f e .' 9-:V if L ' g ' N 'il . 2 M, My Q -:if X if L -V-' V , 'ff' , ' - . . .ri-ffX'FQ", - f'ixif"' ff ,CM if ' ., ...X rug", ,.:0 -.5 me . 'wax .v :X J Y , .MW , .. . . , 1 Cold feef? U V M Players i Pygmalion D f GgyFlI X . . . .Memories . . . -v r 1' But I don't have any blood! D SM , P +4 S il! I x,.V 23,5 "QF What snow sculpter? LL .. '- 1 N X X' ' . -r ing? - ,, . A N' 1 . s H z' Xt 'f i Q' s it Think, Think, Think! A President is inaugurated Freshman beauties Founcier's Day Address Beaching Weather it ,. How can they clo this to ME??? Always trying to sell you something WUVM Well ya' see its this-a-way . . . Z1 ,gk Q. K' Zwwkbdffti Party, Porfy u .5 0 ll ll .. ...,.,, WE..-A K' To fhe salf mines!!! Eyes Righf! W l Progressive education fwmawiiif-gf'a5z?WI-ffiiwiiivf 4 5-.5 A-'W iw :- ...ks. , aw.-gf' , nf? ' ,J - W -f YQ- ' QW. NW ' ,j ,, -'X 'fgv f v V - f V ' Q ,ff ' 'Q Bfv Q Q W W J QQ 0 Q- va vf. Q 7" 7-w xivf 4-V' ,a f fn 4 2 2 A f ' P 'S V, 4 Q 2 f X 3 YA S X we -- f S 2 Q Zx K S 4 'Q 2 sg N, if V Y- X- pix? fl Z ,Wil . 2' X4 s ' 51' 6 J 51? 24 fi 9 f,.,.fWsWS?A?A O .' Q - 4,,",?v'3AxX-XWNX3-N 5-wiv A552155-L1 rbviiwbf k"' TJ- 4 . mi ARIEL 1954 -isbw A ea, W Q1 W5 f v f W . A' gf. Al '71 A 495 sf ,, ' ANDREW GERBER -1, mg. ' V39 Y"?fx,.Q 11: aw M- , 5 ., ' F Edifor-in-Chief JACK SALB Business Manager GERRIE BRUGLER Assisfanf Editor 134 . .Q mm 'eww .mQ.N.,A..ws....x,s-2sase.x .A ., ,D Tb... , . . . ., R55 1 ' I 7' ' ff ,. ,..,,,.. , MA. .w .,,. . ...,- . . , , A Q gg W, V E " ' f :fewfawzvs N: . 1: 11.-.:'iEfj3" ESQ. - 5,k,y.,-X: .-1-13 4 z. - ,- ' ' , ' Q 34 1 ,-Q-s,m4,r-3.3 3:35:11 h,-Mx V 1 , V N V.: qFt,..53-,g::A 4--v yi X V-f-'M' - , . 1 1-f'.:::a-1f:..1f:,.,.: H.: . . X . Z . ' .f V --V'- N2 2' L 'E' X xv A , WiSNq"l"- N V A Q ww A A wg' X ' 'SX 5 bg A 'PK ' , -Q7 'rj' ks Sitting, l-r: J. Salb, G- Bl'U9lef1 R- ISPGV, Miss Dugan. Stand-ing, I-r: A. Gerber, J. Schenck, J. Wislocki, J. Stowell, A. Rockhill, T. Seagors. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Editors ofthe 7954 Ariel offer their thanks to the following, without whose help the issuance of this volume would have been impossible: To George R. Hopwood, Director of Public Relations To Mrs. Laura Loudon, and the U.V.M. News Bureau To Miss Betty Bendel, of the English Department To Ed Huott, and the Student Photography Staff To Miss Helen Winslow, Dick Fredell, and the rest of the staff of Bradbury, Sayles, O'Neill Co., Inc. To Miss Genevieve Dugan, of the Psychology Department, Faculty Adviser to the 1954 Ariel. , 135 ' 'Tre 1-fs1f:.'r:efrr-1 ,,:- .32 "H"-:W M sf ,ww Nancy Cureau Betty Peach David Sussman Nancy Buchheim Jacqueline Stowell Janice Schenck ARIEL STAFF l g 4' v fs 3 E 'W -f ', f' xr, " 1' V V V. . ANDR'i2i'alio'g'ei2:r:giz' '54 ' Assistant Editor GERRIE BRUGLER, '54 Activities Editor JOHAN NA WISLOCKI, '55 Sports Editors DONALD SHOENBRUN, '54 DAVID SUSSMAN, '54 Sororiiy Editors BETTY PEACH, '54 NANCY CUREAU, '54 Advertising Managers EDWARD KRECHEVSKY, '54 RICHARD ISPER, '53 Photography Editor NANCY BUCHHEIM, '54 Business Manager JACK SALB, '54 Feature Editor ANTHONY ROCKHILL, '55 Women's Sports Editors JANICE SCHENCK, '54 JACQUELINE STOWELL, '54 Assistant Sports Editors MICHAEL GOLDING, '55 ERWIN SUCHMAN, '55 Assistant Advertising Manager ROBERT FEITELSON, '56 Assistant Feature 'Editor VIVIAN MENKE, '55 Faculty Adviser MISS GENEVIEVE DUGAN General Staff: Peter Cohen, Ruth Cohen, Elizabeth Semcms Feature Staff: Elizabeth Blue, Sally Hickok, Joy Perry, Vee Proctor, Mary Strobert. Business Staff: Avrum Bloomstone, Rollin Dye, Paul Kelis, Peter Shapiro, Mariorie Weinberg. Anthony Rockhill , Lucy Sh nayerson Johanna Wislocki 2, f 1 xx a f 4 5 2 f hx eff Miss Dugan Richard Isper ' 4-3,1 1 QfI.f,3Uf , A I, gn l 2 ai! ' ff 'E ' in i I-gg , - 1, ' 17:-3 I 1 .Z Sf? ,ve , . :Wit 'sf eff 4' 4 ' ,ss?fr?e2f: K " ' 4' 1: 35' - '. vi, A 'I 14-:fl I A ' f, . I Y 44535 " il, Q 'sw ""' H525 B , J' Q A , if 0 . ' f ' , -f..-.--S-rs m-ammurnvrrzawimm zfnsrissnv-.:.EWYQ5H23?E S'Qf?'?l?Z2E'?277fffT??'72l9FF:fE-FT'f?1 5 E ! 3 QE gum 'Blu' 0 yfarg 1885 A lf ... 1953 'Chg . ni C UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT AND STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SENIOR STAFF Fronf Row, I-r: Prof. Dykhuizen, N. Beals, D. Forst, T. Dexter. Back Row, I-r: O. Seward, J. McGloflin, J. Weess, A Vydra, E. Safford, P. Laibson. 138 EDITORIAL BOARD , , l Editor-rn-Chief Donald Forst N Co-Managing Editors Bradley Gorden Peter Laibson Society Editor Rewrite Editor Jacquelyn Stowell Ollvene Seward Feature Edrtor Sports Editor David Spector Raymond Flnehaut Make up Editor Joanne McGloflln News Edltor Bonnie Talley SAC Editor Charles McAllister Advisor George Dykhurzen Sensor Reporters Roger Hulburd Eugene Levln Davnd OBrren Harry Rosenberg Robert Spear Reporters Matthew Balgell Lours Barth Damel Burack Alan Cohen Ray Gleason Jerry Goldman Jo Heller Betsy Hertzberg Robert Hrclxs Martin Klotz Alan Mufson G Prutchard Elizabeth Semans Mrrlam Sunderland Erwun Suchman Ann Terry Judlth Walker Rewrite Nancy McCone Fran Raphael Ellen Salford .ludlth Schonzert SINESS BOARD Business Manager Nancy lean Beals Crrculltlon Manager Co-Advertlsmg Managers Martin Klotz Peter Kllbourn Leslre Starmg . , . 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 r ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - K , ,..T,,W,m.f--ff-W 1- -- ' -f--'afwf-'iivf M ,,,.-,T.e,.mee.. .f,.,.m-,.1z,eee7,,ff,..-4,-:,Q.f1H,fmLf,:GP,rr .,,,,:fafA-' 'lfTZ?2'F?HFlW"' ' -'1f11f""f'-'wrt-ff ' ,H X S F r l Z l l l Siffing, I-r: A. Terry, Mrs. Van Ghent, S. Peterson. Sfanding, I-r: B. Brooks, S. Nelson. 140 WINDFALL 5 'a . sid ' . E P ii z ' ps: i 'Z E fe I 9 V Z I L J , 7' Z X Director R.O.T.C. BAND "Joe" Lechnyr L I I r :I v 1 is ' v n 1 .5 f- mfs " QV X ' ff f 4 M y iff, M 4, , Q 5 V , bf f wwxwf f ma, f 1 AQ 22 ,f ,- f: 4 :JJ XQQYAM M 25 fb is ,A is :g A :B aw axvmfw-QQAMQQNXQ-M fm W s?4.v,2igm -' - -X V f 4' s. ' X5 1A gf ,X t, Q ik v if :. M ' , x 4 if J Q , x A .-4 J v a X 1, af . ,wiv X4 Ex 4 , as A ' - ' . . bw- wwf -f:1"fftTxw-wi--1f'."' A"i'T iE4A2:.sE!:..-LL - f- -- '-'lu f- - -21'-nrnl-Q-w-fn-1 - .- UNIVERSITY CHOIR il E 5.2 3 , :,.. 1 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA :AEI3 2 Ns 'S S ' e -. 7 9 v 5 l f 4 .MF- f, 'I43 I - -Tn N V-ffmm. .xw+frvp1,-f,:1.l z-:rs.f-f?F?2ff -ffii'x'i?.5iivfc:35?i3r-:iS5?"'V.-V-.ef.,:e3Le5F fvm X L Awww 'E , - .- f,.ffNfmS7Z5, www' 6 fd fum 0 W 9 f W O Q' ff A9 Q5 X2 AWW4 Aww fv I ff w .- 5: 5' A N.-fjfynry, 54 yr1'fgfyQX'g,zyf'-e',sj ff! gow 9 f V QA Ms,-fl 395 up-5',1.f. X1-X , , gf' 'V f-Q7:QjY2jqfXI43p . 06 Ai: jx, fig, aw :X ff f 4 Q.. ' f bw-A G .J W ww: X -. ', f 52 A .2 4 Q 2 4 my - RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE Front row, I-r: E. Loewenworter, Rev. Hall, G. Quinn. Back row, I-r: R. Woodward, A. Doane. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION I I 144 I , I .J NEWMAN CLUB Fronf row, I-r: P. Mahoney, Mr. Cashing, Rev. Mulligan, B. Kosakowski, D. lppolifo. Back row, I-r: G. Foskett, M. Brady, G. Schinfo, B. Borrone, R. Eurich, D. Hammell, T. Fofi, T. Dexter, G. Quinn, B. O'Bannon, M. Adams. F551 T I T ie? T Fig FTW I-1 5' fu Vim' 3' YD SFF o I-501 cnxfl 235 rg?- QF' Pr- 'E 55- 1? 3 EZ' 33" N 3 . I- ,UZ 9. T9 U- 29. r1.3 rn S P. ' w. -4. Em DQ m.. JS- UC 'Y -no -'6' mm 22 OX' F' 'I !-D 5 U Uv FT! Wifi IM HILLEL FOUNDATION 145 42 .s ,. if ' v 15. il 5. .1 E 'll DH I i T 5 - I 1 H , J, . ' 1 I ' r I 5 If Qi .1- I wg .H M W Q-E if v W ti? Wi 5 1 F au Y , -..m..,.,:f,,-w.y-fffmnznwaff.-m ,. ,.-,:i5'u+..J5E9E?fS??: Ztf. 1zQ7M-:nr-fwfti-W1:fik. J., ' 2Vvwwmwfzmf-fmv"'112V-vfmqisvfQ 'fwvgsw wmv ww-'--' ff, .. -. 2 ' if , ' Aww- 'W N y 2 fp, , P Q 5 nf 4.4 ,,...Amwf'Kvf45, .. ...M , Lggyuw- Y ! m :..,,. .,., -P g., V vim'wg4xwNy5g,w3,,mWy5vwwggyfnfmwfwfawffhgmffhgn . V f7wAS55:,Cl....,,.wmqwgwL:gmW ,www j CLASS OF '54 J. Dalton, A. Malinverni, P. Mufphy, B. Judd 146 "fl ,Q I -c ,I CLASS OF '53 Siffing, I-r: D. Brown, B. Demerus1, P. Spaulding, Sfanding, I-r: C. Hins- dale, R. Belden CLASS OF '55 A. Rockhill, W. Bottles, W. Johnson 'I47 L l V V !W ,A P . fr gm , I f rf Q e-ww, . ff f . . ,X ,V 15, .Wg-V .ew MV. ,,. W W,..,... ff' ff ,WW , 1 K. pf, flg 35551. Wi .mf f ,Q fwvbwf fzfulfm MMWA A ff!! , 8,5 ,g k 5 V fxvgwgfxg xgfwzes, X gf, fgsif A dwvyk gg gg, X gg ,. , 4 sf, 5 mf 9 ffwwmwazf Qfwffweffo QQJQMW . , .- ,,. ,. If 1 an .4 A . 1 A .W of -' V- , - I ff .K N ' f ' . . . i 2 5 2 5 2 , . S. f. Q 3 f Q we 1' -' -- N. fr M: fa ' Xie . My 'X 5'5"A'f X GYSYNI-fyk 49555. of - . : ,, 4 f .. ,- ' f I . . STUDENT ASSOCIATION COUNCIL Siifing, I-r: J. Atwood, N. McMann, M. Martin, E. Semans, B. Ro senbush, P. Clark, E. Gould, A. Millis, H. Keeler, F. Abbey Sfanding, I-r: H. Allen, K. Fisher, G. Lucchina, C. Hinsdale, M. Gold, D. O'Brien, P. Murphy, R. Isper, K. Fisher. 148 Q W' -'-- - Ks! Y. .Q FRESHMAN ORIENTATION COMMITTEE Sitting, l-r: M. Marvin, M. Collins, L. Sierra. Standing, l-r: A. Brandt, R. Gross, A. Streeter. Missing: A. Gerber, M. Mills, J. Danforth, S. La Croix, D. Silver, S, Klein. I? ,It " q f- . vc-.,..v 1 253 " i ' "1 . - . , 5 IV. 0 FINANCE COMMITTEE Sitting, l-r: D. Isper, S, Reeves, K. Fish- er, M. Piche, R. Ross. Standing, l-r: W. Browne, L. Hackett, W. Myer, B. Leister, K. Kearney. 3' CULTURAL COMMITTEE Sitting, l-r: N. Buchheim, M. Clawse, F. Noyes, B. Demerast, A. Barr, G. Brug- ler. Standing, l-r: Mr. Trevithick, K. English. 149 ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Sitting, l-r: E. Flint, R. Levine, S. Whit- man. Standing, l-r: R. McDonald, W Battles, K. Noyes, A. Pirie, M. Ancler sen. We in M35 EQ? 4 J A NSA COMMITTEE L-r: G. Lucchina, N. Brown, M. Dean, B. Rosenbush, G. Mercaldoi PEP COMMITTEE Silfing, I-r: P. Smiley, J. Stowell, J. Schenck. Standing, I-r: J. Conant, W. Wonka, A. Rockhill, D. Forsyth. JOINT PUBLICATIONS BOARD L-r: B. Brooks, Mrs. Van Ghent, Miss Dugan, Mr. McArthur, Prof. Evans, P. McCormick, Prof. Dykhuizen, N. Beals. Missing: A. Gerber. 150 .... "'7"" ......,wL Wm. n"W"f -W 'M'-ees.-...,,,,.,, --49... "W A -1-.1 . -A a.,.zW ' WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Silfing, I-r: S. Bryant, C. Swartz, E. Sierra, M. Pierce, R. Davison. Sfanding, l-r: M. Hinsdale, S. Cook, A. Coh, H. Noyes, J. Danforth, J. Belanger, S. French, M. Kelly, E. Flint. STUDENT COURT Silfing, I-r: L. Frank, S. Rofhchild, A. Streeter, V. Vincent, D. Hagel- berger. Sianding, I-r: C. Kimball, P. Murphy, H. Rudd, T. Mundy, H. Sherlock, L. Hackeii, P. Kao, K. Greenman, S. Van Wagner A. Karp. T51 ff Sf ?W Z2 ' ,wwwmmerwnv , ' mm 7 ,vw ' Ky 'vw fpQfQgqfv"M'Z'3Q,,vf'W" ""' 7,7 W4 1 'f , MSU, ' "C ' .1 1 .,, , A., -' - X gm r -J? X 'f Q ., , ' ' xl 1 92 QP 9 ? v 4 4 s 9 . 'N - we A3 . ' I 52 v N ' - 2 , A .ff -ff 5 f 5? . 2 2 2 5 ggi X , my ' gfl f 2 .fs .KW in f w "" gg K A0 S55'2?S?iS'1Q44SfW 4 -' SENIOR MEN Sifring, I-r: D. Levine, D. Brown, R. Belden. Sfanding, I-r: K. Howes, W. Gates, C. Hinsdale, B. Carroll l 152 ' 1.13 MORTAR BOARD 1 A SENIOR WOMEN S'H'nQ, l-r: N. Collins, J. Millis, Miss Wing, P. McCormick, M. Pierce. Standing, I-r: L. Sierra, B. Demerust Prof. Rowell, J. Norton, B. Clark, R. Davison. 153 KEY AND SERPENT JUNIOR MEN lock, J. Clark, J. Burke. STAFF AND SANDAL JUNIOR WOMEN Siffing, I-r: F. Abbey, C. Stafford, M. Marvin, I. Danforth, B. Peach, K. Dimick. Sfanding, I-r: M. Edson, J. Belanger, L. Frank, S. Faye, E. Hind, B. Flint, M. Dean. 154 Sifiing: M. Abdalla, D. Manson, F. Os- mun. Sfanding: N. Gootman, H. Sher- l' G O L D K E Y ma SOPHOMORE MEN slfflng, I-r: J. Lear, R. Ward, F. Hackett. Standing, I-r: A. Rockhill, M. Semans, W. Corbin, G. Hard, L. Damon, G. Lucchina, D. Stephens, P. Louderback. SOPHOMORE WOMEN Kneeling, I-r: C. Baffles, B. Rosenbush, N. Winslow. Siffing, I-r: M. Goodenough, M. Ar cand, E. Shindler, F. Kidder, M. Martin, N. Browne. Slanding, I-r: M, Hinsdale, M Mockridge, M. Seigel, M. Rowell, B. Riordan, S. Cook, N. McMann, G. Durkee. S O P H O M O R E SLS? A I D E S 155 L --......, iinuflhannq AGRICULTURE HONORARY HOME ECONOMICS HONORARY O M I C R O N N U 'I57 ETHAN ALLEN RIFLES INFANTRY R.o.T.C. HONORARY VARSITY CLUB VARSITY ATHLETES HONORARY 158 -' wg , Flu ru :Q 2114 .,..-gg ww ,my ,V f. ,, .F 9. ,V x, X 4 . ij 'M- ' Q :sf 8 554 V f .2 4. . .4 14: wg' 9 -5, Mzfgf fix af :M A.. r on 1 wa nf ,Z in dm. fi 'ff jf? f , l O , I I be 'V W.-As -A U' " ,' " ARNOLD AIR AIR FORCE R.O.T.C. SOCIETY HONORARY H' "' ff -- --+--Y -A ,.,A,,, 1 yy ,, , i. M iw M, , 4 ff .. ., , 5 . 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Y- ...V 7 "'3X:'I"h'1'Z'1ff'f ..., fl"NY""57'k "N':Wff4R3v"F1,"LW ,ff--If '?EI'1"' . i OUTING CLUB FLYING CLUB JOHN DEWEY CLUB L-r: R. Pesfle, R. Woodward, D. O'Brien. ROUND TABLE Sitting, I-r: K. Dimick, Miss Woodward, M. Dodge, P. Newcome. Sfanding, I-r: B. Salmonson, Mr. Roberts, A. Streeter, K. English. . w N N N a P .ww-, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Siifing, I-r: M. Dodge, R. lsper, M. Mills, M. MacDonald, C. Allen. Sfanding, I-r: S. Chase, S Heins, A. Carter, R. Davidson, R. Viets. Missing: A. O'Brien, J. Millis, P. Hum, E. McMeIIan 168 FOREIGN STUDENTS of The Uhiversify of Hamburg, ahendihg The Uni- versify of Vermohf in cohhecfion vvifh a Unifed STaTes STaTe Deparfmerw Exchange project .r 'K -F! l'0 . . 0 el' S, . ef FCITI1, . I G , . UVB 1 ' 169 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS DRAMATIC HONORARY DRAMATIC CLUB RADIO WORKSHOP ' Ks 2242220 " ff? , ,.A, 4 .1 GOODRICH CLASSICAL CLUB E- HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 'I71 fy 1 if J 1... ar- , ,.,. ,.....,-v A..,...,..,.... .1 Play time foi' fhe Greeks - Kappa Sigma recognizes .lunior Week. " M ..iii . a fb w w 1 N ...g 24-JIVZHWWSV . f,., . -.MV . V, M... " A ' 2l?Ey'1g':-L1 22":1fTni'f1?fX!'1f' . , L., Y . 5, wywuwvw W' 'PS KTGWMQYAZQAEC, 3. Y," W-'AME' uc, " K , , ,,,,, mea Class of l953 Shirley Bryant Helen Davidoff Rhoda Davidson Janice Dykiuizen Thomasina Dexter Santina Foti Joan Friendburg Jean Goodwin Patricia Ham Jean Hodgdon Shirley Humpreys Margaret Kelly Judith Marshall Joan Phaneuf Joan Rawlins Norma Simpson Janet Stewart Betty Wheeler Agnes Wilson Jean Worthington Beverly Yutzler Class of l954 Joan Allaire Patricia Cella Mary Ann Clowse Ellen Hind Jean McLaughlin Joyce Nunes-Vais Vera Saville Janice Schenck Jac'queline Stowell Anita Tally Jane Tandy Sue Van Wagner " ' ' 'f"" "f'?""fFfe' L , sf: WT f- - o ,Gln- B 9 Q e u 9331 OJ if .o. ff ' G' r ig . of .: sg- QQ .c fm , Fr a ,. L Bi ff 9. W 3 I-J xv' Class of l955 Jane Anderson Nancy Brown Beverly Cole Nancy Collins Joan Gilmore Ann Hawks Nancy Jordan Ann Lyman Mary Martin Edith Nichols Barbara Raab Patricia Rule Marion Sallah Nancy Scott Carolyn Silsby Elaine Wittenstein Class of l956 Joyce Baird Marilyn Beer Jane Bigger Barbara Child Jessica Doe Jean Goodwin Marcia Hallenbeck Frances Howes Janet Keegan Margaret Killary Joanne May Helen Merlino Ann Millington Donna Newhall Virginia Rosse Anita Rye Maria Tracey Alpha l m Class of 7953 Charlotte Billings Ann Cott Mary Cragan Marion Crane Nancy Dilday Donna Ellis Doreen Hall Kenena Hansen Jane Matia Catherine Pete Helen Petersen Martha Pierce Nancy Richwa gen Marion Sterople Janet Waggoner Class of 7954 Eileen Armstrong Gladys Berry Judith Carroll Nancy Cureau Nathalie Frank Anne Gregory Constance Kemp Barbara Laurell Sari Smith Gerrie Brugler Class of 1955 Joanne Dutresne Bettelee Embeck Diane Kiessling Joan Le Viness Janet McLaughlin 177 si' P 41:3-I 4 :Y ina' ' , fh -HAY?-if .4 -l- 'L lh Q 5 a T J 1 Vivian Menke Marcia Mockriclge Judy Patten Louise Phelps Mary Tierney Melva Sheeran Class of l956 Barbara Bonnel Cathy Broclerson Nancy Clarke Penelope Collins Ellen Hopkins Sandra Johnson Nancy McCone Ann Terry ,'?'Hl2'4'-5-1f-LP?-35E1?f'i'?Ei 35? 7" 5, -'J' 'Iii WW' , , f f f, v:f,:Q::':1::f. ' Q ,. , me-QQQQPW. ,, QW,-u.wx.1yf ., W . V i Alpha Epilon W 4' I x 1 x ,H 1-. - 178 y-.-f"" W ? ., ,. -' - .1 ' - V .1 , x - X' !.....,,. ,..?h.?, 90+ Clas Clas Clas s of 1953 Sheila Levine Cynthia Swartz s of T954 Barbara Bach Elsie Epstein Frances Hauptman Muriel Landy Bernice Richman s of l955 Eleanor Boraks Linda Brettler Shirley Dessell Sema Fieldman Elaine Goldstein Carolyn Goomnitz O O 0 X -. -1.x Q O o O 9 ': 5-tiff? l ll 'T ., l nliib- X 3-an a 'I ll AEK LT 6 ll' L li J 'Q Carol Gradinger Judith Grant Marie Hauptman Elissa Kushner Judith Lubitz Lois Migatz Arlene Pasteelnick Vivienne Rivlen Renee Rosenbaum Babette Rosenbush Toby Slossberg Marilyn Soloff Joan Solomon Judith Victorsohn Sandra Cipin Joan Rohrlich 179 Mlm A Class of 7956 Lois Aronson Judith Becker Leone Bernstein Phyllis Buckheim Elinor Cooperstein Joan Dortman Leonore Glazer Barbara Harber Patricia A. Henderson Sandra Lass Audrey Magram Gloria Radin Joan Rockoff Gail Rogan Audrey Rubin Phyllis Sackman -..--Tvwef-zmeff--1-fffr-ff Delta Delta ,Q : : ,M- ' , j' yvrkwl A 39 A cg' nv -f P 2 , ' fa S555 F3452 T 'f fz Q . - 1 Q ' A, kcwfvfii-F pf: is V-" A V ati' ' if- Q 'xiii W iii 'fiw yi? 52,4 lm V si A, If 1, ' M 'LJ ,Qu L I as: : M I f 'z L . -Q. W 4, 1, ,i,f?"F ,,.h,, 4 Y , g - ' if A 1 . W' ya , W., W, , 4 , ,. R, U yy . V 1, -' ' f .Sgr V al' fl A -4 a'Vxgf:w1 ,IE k x Q , N J V ,, Q 2 2 V ' L mx f.., , ' '2 'if -W" 1 f ' , , x L, ll EY S-x 1 fra' ' r . 'WN' 7 562353. "ME X? --ff , 4. ,,. : V X Q 1 -aw vw N -w .2 . lx' 4' .- W f ,,-. .15 V 4 ,sa Q, - I. . . 17 . 7 sf ,f . , A 4 x f ,, LA 180 Delta Class of l953 Judy 'Aronson Sally Beattie Sally Brown Eleanor Clark Nancy Crane Cynthia Hammond Patricia Haney Virginia Lussier Mary Menard Phyllis Parody Carolyn Pepicelli Beverly Riddel Mary Jean Schrader Nancy Stuclwell Lee Unger ll nu I I +35 V7 el- Clcrss of 7954 Class of 1955 Jeanette Belanger Carol Bliss Jean Brigham Betsey Bush Beverly Chase Nancy Cowles Carol Cross Jean Feldman Betsey Flint Priscilla Libby Toni Lussier Betty Peach Marilyn Reed Joan Slack Patricia Slack Jean Striphas Jane Adams Katherine Ballou Georgienne Durkee Ann Edlund Marion LaFonte Peggy McGowan Madaline McKee Elizabeth Melloon Jane Morrison Linda Ross Nancy Williams Class of l 956 Delores Buehler Jane Carlough Carolyn Craig Gloria Crawtord Ann Harriman Sandra Geer Joan Howard Sue Kadow Betsey King Lee McBride Nancy McGoughran Caroline McGrath Ellen Pirie Virginia Siemer Dorothy Simpson Zoe Steinmetz Flo Steward Ann Ward Carol Williams ..x... :fe T:f'n:+.xaa5z1u::c: zifwif- W H z Phi Ep ilon Class of i953 Anne Kropsky Class of i954 Marcia Bennet Marilyn Noyes Joan Saltsberg Class of i955 .3 I: A-v5 '1"'i1 539 E 9,9 9556 n o neifrfl- 4 '34-f . u l i 'l ii 1 1 x' I l K' , I 7 Q 1 i ,J Elinor Levin Marilyn Segal Patricia Silsby Katherine Waldman Helene Widder Margery Wienberg Sally Wienstock Class of 7956 Margery Alderman Ruth Cohn Margery Armstrong Eleanor Pincus ........-. ...... ...L-me G .,,a-in-an-alien fffi ff' :ll Gamma Phi Beta Nancy Beals Nancy Collins Joselyn Gobeille Priscilla Harlow Patricia Hoilman Carol Marvin Joyce McMahon Gloria Morse Patricia Newcomb Josephine Norton Ann O'Brien Margaret Piche Ann Shaw Class of 1954 Faith Abbey Andrea Bean Barbara Erickson Katie Corbin Sylvia French Margaret Knight Susan La Croix Mary Lyons Harriet Nicholson Olivene Seward Shirley Smith Mary Strobert Jane Wees l 185 i q it Class of T955 Barbara Cockey Jane Dill Adrienne Elliott Anne Farnesworth Carol King Marion Miles Mary Mulqueen Sandra Perry Constance Pierce Mariorie Rowell Joan Rulison Leslie Staring Alayne Tomlinson Cornelia Washburn Hetty White Class of i956 Carol Cleaves Gail Greenslet Ann McGregor Margaret Mayhew Joan Norton Ann Noyes Judy O'Connor Mary Lou Piche Margaret Purington Harriet Wilson Barbara Van Siclen ..l.,.,.,.A,. --vvt --sf ,-- 4--F-.?-1-f fr. . :mf-1-:A - Theta Class of l953 Juanita Barcomb Hester Brown Rae Hall Brown Elizabeth Carnes Patricia Carey Elizabeth Clark Ann Crowley Judith Edwards Jean Hawley Nancy Hoyt Mary James Joan Lucas Phyllis McCormick Edythe Marsh Jean Millis Maxine Merrill Joan Richardson Margaret Van Nuys Susan Wilson Class of i954 Mary Bowman Malia Dean Lynn Ericson Sheila Fay Blanche Fitzsimmons Barbara Forbes Judith Hendeson Barbara Hill Dale Hulburd Rita Johnson Mary Jane Martin Jean Nuss Helen Noyes Nancy Preston Sara Upton J' '5' 5 O O 0 f 'gy' QSQEQV O. jf I, A.: I, gr 'J QA Q. it NN K Class of i955 Claire Battles Barbara Bruckner Carol Crossman Diane Eastman Carol Dovey Hope Keeler Frances Kidder Wilma Loding Barbara Mett Gail Nelson Rhoda Nicholson Barbara O'Hara Mary Pfotzer Alice Shaw Janet Tudhope Class of i956 Marie Beekman Carolyn Claus Patricia Clements Sally Fisher Lois Fullem Mary Hagar Louise Haug Joanne Heller Mary Lee Hoilman Joan Holmgren Barbara Hunt Claudia Marcou Alice Millis Cynthia Parker Jane Reynolds Leonie Strachan K.. 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V R ' X N-.XA VgfV2':V,.'V,'V,w-1,12 V VV A W af wg f s ,V . ,.aqvqy,3V ' " V V -',' f , fi -V , V' V - ,-'K ""7,E:V QV? Q f :V AV ,TVVTV -iff. 3 mf XS U 'M' N-I ' 2 1 X7 i " . , ,V V ,V 4 ---. VV A ., VV, , :Q R V , ZQ7., I ,i ' A V KV frg V . s .V , ,V A V "I I Q 7 , V ,V' V , V ',"""" V WBWRV ww' R' 7 5 188 X M-V 7 in . ' Q V? V ' X? L , -. 'E V, V "'::,. 4- 35 . 2? f 1 VV,VVV . V V Vi J 'QS 'x Class of 1953 Susan Atwood Mary Jane Anderson Marge Binnings Marie Bordman Ann Bossidy Phyllis Burke Class of 7954 Nancy Bucheim Nancy Burden Janice Danforth Sylvia Dunham Louise Ewart Gretchen Ganow Nancy Hinsdill Sally Jensen Nancy McMann Barbara O'Bannon Geraldine Quinn Judy Walker Elizabeth Whitcomb 5 of i956 mf. 'V tm. , rf ,L if Qi ,bf avi A J Alberta Butterfield Mvrilyn Giles Clas F ' ' Constance Carpenter Sally Hickok Nancy Becher in J: J Barbara Demoresr Martha Marvin Rose Marie Eurich .A 6 Ps TW, Elsie Graves Charlotte Parker HC"'f'el Fuller if 'W Ann Green Jean Spear Patricia Kolk . ' M Ann Johnggn PC1Tt'lClC1 SPSGF MGTY Kl-'pp X Jean P051 Cynthia Stafford MGVQGFGN Leofwfd Mary Tate Lois Marvin X X I Liza Sierra Jean Whirrirrafarr Jean Mason . -J 'Q Linda S ra ue Constance Rawson 1 J Qs f P 9 J Mr Q Lydia Sweeney Class of 7955 Elizabeth Semans '- -is 222 ' Moll Sl vester Susan Cook L nn Stevens X J -' X Q Y Y Y 35 A J A A., Deborah S mmes Patricia S eer Jane Stickne X H Y p Y 'QQ' ' M" 5' N Joan Wingate Barbara Farnham Linda Whitmore F Marilyn Wilson Marylyn Hinsdale Jane Yarrow J f ' SwQ?gfi vw 5 J gf as Q?gMi?i i ' L- '1 ji. f - A r ,Qin J ,A Q35 J- Nrf , J wr' . -WX I L ,y .Wh M 'W if ' " ' it C E7 f 1 X' W C S +3 BW Nw B, rar t Q's ir md , V I , f X :CHN H -J 5 ll fl, 5 x lx f ' S -'2i I t-stV ' J X 3? gp 32 : V r, zln 1 . 1 h -1, gig . rv -I ,J V r -I :V A I 4 W rrrr My A y r A. X V- I J -We - 'A r"l' B - J, ' J W V - J L J Y :lf it 1' ,I V A, . .. , 3 2 J ., .r A as 3 5 , - . 4 .I sr, 1 M ,,,, gr X M rrrc srrr , J , was ' ff- r.r. H r " 'J - X ..', ' . v w ,:J rw "L 'Q .,,c J J ,aMJ?J1 -t figzggm ..., J :., J iil' My VJ ' ,Q ' - J' , ' J J J sz z s st r s J N , L V W my -"' J J ' -.pJ,J J JJJ1 J L "sl 'fi 1 is l s,t- -L if .l' A Q - G ' J, f J is ' ' 1 WM L J ii J fs - J ' f fs 5 J ft' 'itffififi - J. it 189 l igma Ann Parker T: l 3 t 1 sl Gamma Class of 1953 Joanne Boyer Priscilla Diette Ernestine Genine Louise Grout Fern Holcombe Katherine Horvath Barbara Johnson Ruth Lang Elizabeth Leo Barbara Miner Jane Randall Devota Welch June Lantman Class of 7954 Carolyn Davis Virginia Frye Elliott Joanne Hanson Nancy Hutchinson Thelma Jolivette Phyllis Kurrelmeyer 191 L .H gg. ia -Fa l BP, Us uf e ,' ue E 4 'fc-S, ' Marjorie McAllister Barbara McBride Dorothy Martell Myrna Morrill Antonia Panos Jean Stevens Class of 7955 Mirium Aho Judith Black Constance Cox Jane Welch Panhellenic Council Back row, I-r: H. Noyes, R. Evans, M. Noyes, J. McMahon, J. Neff. Second row: E. Epstein, M. Crogen, P. Parody, M. Reed, P. Dolon, E. Hind, S. Hickok. Fronl row: S. Levine, B. Leo, T. Dexter. Missing: J. Millis, G. Brugler. 192 l I . in an 9-1-C' 1' ix .1 xt 'Za A, Back row, I-r: A. Dorn, J. Dalion, P. Smith, D. Gaylord, W. Beebe, C. Jackson, T. Mundie, J. Burke, V. Gabianelli, D. Shoenbrun, B. Law, J. McLennan, R. McDonald. Front row: P. Spalding, B. Carroll, M. Seagears, R. Belden, K. Howes, Mr. Marston, P. Mravlag, J. Cowie. l l ll ll Y, V ll l l 5. l l Ii l l -l , ll l . le l s Interiraternit Council . N W law g 4 W 'f fy cacia I 1 v.f I. f 194 Class of 1953 Ed E. Bliss Vincent E. Currier James F. Keegan Richard P. Milne Peter C. Spalding Duane A. Valine Class of 1954 John F. Andrews Donald C. Doten James H. Jenney David A. Kendall Franklin P. Moren Albert G. Story Class of 1955 Robert C. Stetson Norman O. Stevens Class of 1956 Kwong Chow Wayne T. Clark David A. Coburn Thomas E. Dolan George Hansen Donald O. Johnston Albert W. Linclholm John Noe Leonard Roth Frederick S. Skelton Allan T. 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H , , ., .4 f. .,.. ,, A f' ff , W jf 1 " ' 5 '-1' 5? 1 7f 'J sl +599 f Q , Z 19' 5 f . 1 ' ' Q3 Q y y ' 9 ff , 15 I ff f It f 1- iff Y L x g . 1 f-rw "'- -- :YM "": M ' ' fe ' XL 1 I 1 5 - , g , ' ' 'W '67 ,aa , ' ' K7 5 vim V K Q21 , sf .y 4 2 ' 1 . 1 " " lk: K "i I ' V ' A5 125 ' V w i 3530 0' f -, wiv . V- 2? if .,,, Z! V3 A429 'R ,vw A .. ,, J X? , 5 i ,Qu We 9 I A ,,,, - 1 -V :wwf ' . 1 'fi - f- .W - V ,V QV 3 Qi '91 3 ..,, -, , rv Mg, .ka W?-vWf?'ff:5g?1? 1' ,f ' L, , ,, T 1 w we 2 A I 4 ff? , 9? ! 7 f, 4 uw 2' ,if X a I 5 198 5 1, P - ,V ,f ,. aa.. , " ,1- f A 4 ,f :W UM' 4 , . 1 1 f g 4 ,, j 9' e 3:16 , nu f 1 ff f 1 y f 7 f V .:- 5672? V Class of 1953 Class of i954 Class of 7956 Beniamin V. Bednarz Louis C. Blowers Paul E. Boudreau Donald R. Brown Donald B. Carpenter Herbert L. Curtis Joseph V. Dias Clarence E. Fagan M. Thomson Fagan Jack E. Farnham Clark W. Hinsdale Robert J. Hughes Peter T. Kao Jerry H. Lloyd Phillip C. Mann George E. Miller Edward L. Pacetti Clare J. Parker, Jr. George I .Pike Alfred J. Purcell Arthur H. Rueman John A. Schremly Wilfred J. Sheehan Harold M. Shepler George M. Tirone John J. Vatral Frank Angulo James F. Cronin Robert C. Guiduli Joseph C. lmpallaria Marlynn P. Lewis Daniel W. Manson Hugh P. Sherlock John B. Viets James H. Wallace William H. Webster Class of 1955 William E. Baltry William A. Buck Raymond Bull David M. Cass Vernon E. Currier William A. Frappier Luther F. Hackett George L. Hard Charles T. Hayes Ronald F. Larrow Roger O. Wells Chris H. Zwerner Arthur J. Bylow Bruce A. Chaffee James E. Cleary Patrick D. Fagan William A. King Brian F. King Rodney W. Larrow William P. O'Day Paul J. Presault Bruce S. Quinby Thornton A. Sherman Robert J. Shuttle Arthur E. Solomon Joseph F. Wark 'hui --.l i i' ' 1 ?l ... 1 3' N T .- as K . S L 1415-1 ,, 'Q L ' ', Q mf 'f og' 2 .2 , 4. X. 4 6 5 I . X . . - - . -mf . ' ,Ng ' 1 , if fi rqig v QE? ' 1 I , 4. . Qwigf.'.: . 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'- -,'W1:W51fFf,X0?' f -V f 4-qw-3 ff H f x rv, f if 1 4 . , ' 1 4 f ' Z 1 335 1 xg V Zi ff , , ., ' 4 . ' fy ' 1 M f' , -. M. 4 67225 aff- ' , . 4 I , . -- ,Q Q 1 if I Q I4 .'-' 23, 3:79-2 ' ,vm ,, , Iii! . F' L, I 'Wf"'1,::a2' .Lk A, , X5 .Q 1 E X ,l fi' X 5 8 ..: X QSM . xm- .Xu .xp W1 . -1, Kappa igma Q2 1 'iff' f v "5 fr I mi v f, :7 , . M , 1 3? Q fl F C Q sr K A I 0 XF -. ,mf Z?f'?'w' '. . -' ' Q1 V . . . , j 5 . ,WW -f ,. V I5 . 1 -, x V, ,. . ,' fi. - J 1' ,. a i 'V' -, 7 45 .215 ef Q WS' I ' """ : .. , A - H - , " f I f 'huh F P ' 5 'f 55:11 iff' ' 'E"-:J:f1',1l.- "V 'f' . . 155. iv ' 1 :fav -' " . - A 4- gxlkfviili . f 2 is L, ' ' '-'A ,ff Z .wwf-ver MW .g . . . , ."' 1 6771-5' 1 A yf - , I 9 "Sf 'Z J' -N: ' ,L+ ff. . -.W . ., I 4, ii, . A I ' , 1 M , 1 Wfgf f z Q' ff , 4 A , . ' . , 4, "fig E ' f an ' ff . V- 352112 b, If ik f 2 gi , , f 2 nuff ' ' Class of 1953 James W. Atkins Rodney S. Belden Roger E. Belden Gary D. Clairmont Robert W. Deacon Carroll C. Ham James N. Healey William T. Kurkul Richard F. Latt James F. McMullen Christian W. Meyer Donald A. Patterson Bernard M. Ravenna William G. Stevens Edward R. Watkins Lawrence D. Perry Frank R. Read Class of 7954 Harold C. Avery Natalino Campana Joseph P. Casey Julian K. Currier Class of 1955 Robert B. Abell George N. Barclis Curtiss Burrell Ely H. Codding Marshall Fay Raymond L. Finehout Clement Forte Winthrop T. Jackman Richard Ramsey Anthony Rockhill Richard L. Russell Walter J. Shinn Albert F. Stevens John F. Willits Richmond S. Congdon Class of 1956 Joseph T. Aidala Edwin Beck John F. Brown Myron Brown George A. Dacey F. Richard Jannoni Robert J. Lovejoy an Q A 35 .1 A Mfwyi, ,. f ,E Q 1' ?.V.,f gm t W, V V 5.-' I 'OR' sa.. f--' .- 3 . " ' V "M, I . A - .,..... ...,.. A , , I P ,, . .slam gi.. . -jf, I m, A An . , . . ,. ..,. U I , , .-. ' V .11 x - 4 'da vi -uf? -fi --4.e.,. . if M' ls . iw 2 V J A 5 ' A w i f X gf 1 . 2- ' X .ji z Vincent J. Gabianelli Roland N. Massimino James H. Hoa Donald J. Ma nard- . V N.. . my Denis E. Lambert Frank E. Mclntosh Wx Albert Malinverni Berkeley J. McLaughlin 3 Donald T. MCS arron lra A. Presloff , V V . A, .. James J. Montgomery Don C. Richards X Joseph E. Normandeau William H. Soule 'L William A. Olden George L. Gilbert ' Frank H. Osmun -- V' Edward J. Rynn Albert C. Saurwein . 212' 1" 'L James T. Kalperls I y S " " . - ' p .,.'.'.1x " ,532- 1 'T' 5.3?ZF'3:l 7 ' f V : Qs-.gi -MV j . 1 . ir .L I . Z 1. .,, 1-Eli-" V ' DW. Q-Q. . . 1, A - ' - .V , . ..., . ..... . . . ..zs- . . Jf . x.,...10 , uf , . . ..,v.. . , ....1.s . -..- ' ' ' V F " " V f 2- "-. VV - 2 , ,. 2.3221 ' ' ,, ,Z-i-'E X VV EW. V , .... , I . V. 'E f Jw -V f of . . . g , ... ... , .,,.v VV.,A, I. , ' '-V 'I '. .... , r ..,, H . ff ' ,.,',, H ,,'. V - - .Z:.. f'1? , ...-.. ' -3 fi ..11z,. 2' f 'V 4 ii. ?fi"fffi3g K' 'iii 5 J? ff " ' . K' A V 1 ' V V.. l l H L J ' 'li' 1- ear.. ,waz-.av ' .1 .1 - , f- , .,. ...-V '- ., ., ' , - Q 4 B ' V 4 1' V -1 "" fzfi. 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' A ' :I 4.5 , XQJM AQJWQU ,ff , fy 1 f I M , gf 3 2:22-'?f:y,: V-TX?" '- X 7 . N- . - ,. -, .i Z-Z. - :A 4, I X 4 4 M1 X v if V '. 4 I 5' 9 Q. H 1 X M an 4 1 i Class of i953 David A. Barry Frank H. Bradbury Donald R. Brown Alfred Christoffersen Leland D. Churchill Carroll R. Cooley John F. Eagan Norris A. Elliott Burton B. Gale John W. Hartman, Jr. Paul V. Mravlag, Jr. Gary E. Murphy Wesley W. Orcutt Alpheus R. Streeter Class of i954 H Peter V. Arcidiacono Gene F. Boyle Robert H. Hartman Frederick O. McManus Clement P. Nadeau Class of i955 Alfred M. Bloch Daniel A. Hart James P. Johnson Edward R. McElwee Irving F. Morton Joseph S. Siniuk Peter R. Wood Class of i956 Robert E. Benoit Robert K. Brown Jan D. Curran David A. Depatie John K. Geisler George R. Klinefelter George M. Rood Richard H. Severns Paul D. Wesson John J. Whalen -. ' 995' ' I 4'1" ' VT? ' 'L ? 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Dalton, Jr. Kenneth J. Keating William B. Laythom John J. Mahoney Robert S. Marcotte Philip J. Murphy John E. Myers Paul F. Theriault s of 1955 Richard G. Avery Anthony P. Calorusso Robert J. Crawford Edward H. Eppel Kenneth Weinstein Russell S. Hubley Francis L. Maccini Edward G. Nemer Robert C. Parker Richard L. Plath Victor R. Scotese Ernest J. Tesconi Nicholas T. Victor VW:-.-f:':?'f:' ' X., '..f.'5M2s-1 .,5,..g..,i. V V K? 5 - f ..,, 1 I- 'f"i":f1?-n iv 44. Wijeglf. 11 ..Vg,. ,..,, , f ji toll' 1, :. . iii. N Z l -. , iff. it L 'fi A .. In -+f,.sW5-A4-H4we ' ef .- -- :- ,. tk. y,55,,.,. . Q Q ' if 439 'f , rs 4 .- s 1 Q Anthony W. Altobell Joseph V. Cresci Robert G. Dana James A. Danigelis Roderick W. Foster Robert G. Gorman Wallace R. Hazen Charles C. Maxson Daniel R. Milloy Eugene C. Mowry Terence O'Donnell David S. O'Dwyer Claude J. Paquette Charles J. Rochnak John W. Stetson Charles P. Szendrei Kenneth L. Wadley Bruce M. 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Levine Morton Marks Alun Paul Saul Rothchild Eugene Schaffer David Schoen Robert Schwartz Michael Wiedman Class of 7954 Harold Alberts Matthew Baigell Morton Barkan Martin Brodie Leslie Chusid Marvin Cooper Alan Epstein David Faigell Donald Forst Harvey Frischling Norman Gootman Barry Granick Karl Greenman Michael Hauptman Irwin Herling Adrian Karp Myron Kops Richard Lapidus Marvin Rosenberg Harry Rutten Harlan Schiff Alan Turner Harris Winitz Paul Wishengracl Marvin Woolf Class of 1955 Beniamin Aibel Louis Barth Walter Beck David Braver Daniel Burack Martin Cane Stephen Cohn Peter Colodny Jules Dahlman Abraham Dan Louis Dan Morton Gerwitz William Goldman Richard Goldstein I, Bradley Gordon Harold Greenfader David Hershberg Robert Kaplan Robert Katz Irwin Klein H. Stephen Klein Richard Lewis Arnold Manheim Gerald Meyers Alan Mufson Mark Rosenblatt Jay Selcow Earl Steinman Reginald H. Corliss lsadore Zaikin Class of 7956 .N .. nav- s- ,N if , x 1 f f , W. tl ,A , 1- ..., . 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'pf' . 5,22 2 if ' N' , ffkf . , fffa 1'1f5 u,. xx f' .1 ' X va G gkf 4 - ' Q f 5 If iff .V f :ga Class of 1953 Clas Stuart M. Abbiati Walter F. Corbin Lynn A. Davis, Jr. John Labelle David H. Manners Mark R. Margiotta John H. Matheson Randall G. Munson Ralph J. Norton Frank L. Passaro Thomas Racine Arthur B. Rupert Carl G. Sica s of 7954 Ronald N. Bowman Jack E. Burke John M. B. Conant John F. Dowling Robert A. Farr Thomas P. Gage William S. Gambee Nathan C. Gilman Robert J. Healey Bruce W. Judd Joseph A. McCullough Thomas A. McGwire Francis L. Perry Sydney Rossuck William M. Thomson LaVerne A. Trinkino Robert T. Willey David W. Wright sz 1 ,, -'T gygefgf .- ,f Q M . ..Q..q.1 X.. ,072 Class of 7955 Joseph A. Butler Rudolph H. Deetien Harmon S. Graves Edward Hebb George D. Kahlo, III John W. Lear Peter D. Louderback William T. Maloney Alan D. Pierce E. Russell Sherman Ronald P. Ward Class of 1956 Donald Aikman Gilman T. Dedrick Anthony G. Guiliano John A. Harrell Bruce E. Hausser Gordon G. Howath David A. Hunziker Richahrd T. lreland W. Ronald Kirkendall Edward J. McCabe Edward P. McDonald Leroy G. Meshel John A. M. Morse Angelo P. Pazzagalli Joseph C. Quatrano Kenneth T. Savela Richard E. Spaulding John H. Willey SPECIAL STUDENT William H. Saxe Elf - M ff- 1' +7 Jn, l? , ' ' fvifriii as gi. j x -his 1 Q ,,' er es ' , . 55-21.1.3 aff, " fiiitf' ' . f- , is 'If'- . K ww' 5.251 , . . . Q K S? A Q . X . X xx 53. sf' Y - w:::ar-w-. '- f "f+ff12'e-fi A ' ' " ' , V' 5- Q., . . - "'1"rf-4 . 51.1 ' ' ' -, r , . 1- 1 15215 . " -- 1 .l,",s1'Z"??'ffPgg v. . - ' fi 1: . - 2 ' ' f . ' ' ' f - ' i . . 1 . +1 f . . --'- ' . ' " A 'Nw saf ari? f zw' xi "1f1Z'y ' A ' ' :L-wzs-une.. . ., L..-fm' my aw vm 2 "S ' was WX f 92 4 'if Sigma Phi KL-M . W wsmmf A 9.+Q19L'35z5?z?-4 7 Zeng W2 Q Y ff of f Z 30 1 If fo ,f , I , 30, K, fx , 05 An, E I Af 212 Class of 1953 Howard G. Christensen Thomas C. Davis Louis F. Dow Walter B. Gates David E. Kelley Oliver O. Orvis Class of 1954 Henry G. Allen John D. Clark Donald R. Cook Kenneth J. English John N. Laggis Richard McDowell Thomas R. Mundie Class of 1955 L. Jerome Aske Carlton M. Brown Joseph S. Costello Charles R. Lawliss Paul R. Low George G. Lucchino A. Rees Miclgely David A. Stephens Clinton H. Thompson Willard T. Tressler Class of 1956 Brent Beer Edward K. Howard -ka fi " is J W a" 1 vi s. r .alla-. ' . 1 . 1 Y f ' 'ell 8 5 Q . ff: .V .55 1 9... . .- . Us 4 z. .' , ' , f ,,,, V, - -jg " 59,1 ,K eo., K ,f .'.. ja. Q J, 7 , n'g,,.+- . I A 2 -W.. ,V , ,fr A . ' .-"'?'i:f .-.. . .Q1' - "Six'l.f51q Frdenck C. Norton - I . Richard W. Simpson - H , .fri - .- if-7' M ' '1E1s,-'if , ,.,. Q f, ' 2635.71 . L Qfwg.:a2L:,5- 2 1 5: i ' T iw - ,-if- 6 ,: .Tg!Qf'., , ,:i"t1g.f b" v I ' " 'I V .f - , 1- s W?-if.-'l -'7' 5 ' 'A-f 2 1 ' " "7'.'t.3,Q'37-w. H. '- -Q M N . . ,. , . .Q - D if-Q. , - 'I -nf? 11311-55-?f"'??2,?.4 , . Q. :fit 'Lg:j:fjj'i',"35 f. 55 g. "gh :i ii .5 22 f 5 , f Y 5 4 X, fix! 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Perilli Alfred G. Roussin Kimball S, Stephens Harry E. Weiser David B. Gaylord Class of i954 Bruce G. Bailey Frank H. Hopkins Frank L. Kelly Wilbur R. McAllis!er John W. McNair Kenneth C. Robbins Richard R. Russell Philip Smith Robert G. Sfimpson Gordon A. Vancor David A. Wells David H. Wood Class of 1955 Michael T. Chamblee Evereff J. Dargie Garefh M. Fay George R. Howe Donald K. Josselyn Harry W. Koble Merill S. Page Dan Paris David P. Perrin Jerome W. Vaughn Thomas Yakunovich Donald J. Zifa Class of 7956 David C. Bumgardner Pearl G. Dewey Lloydd P. Gabel George S. Kolbe Henry G. Schriever Donald M. Snow Robert O. Weenolsen Roberl W. Wynne g . ,v o - , . if ,. A V . Fieizkiifcw V.. . X. - i 'W' L ' 1 i, 1?..:f'fWs,2 , . Q ' , K 'L XJR , ' l2fi3Qi2i.,92. 1 Q." V G gf -r ', ' . - V ff . 6' P Z M. ,.... . . ,,,, fb J- . , , . M' 2-2+6:i335f111"1'1-f ' 'is-1:a:f'.Sz'2-Q.-iw'H -- ., M, . mi is ' i v. .. Ka. . fgifligey' , v 423: 32 - J' 1 4 f. 3 ? ' . 'V ' l- A' 1 - - . MWA-,,. 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Schwartz Leonard Sherman Jules Siegel Donald B. Wolfe UQQ 'ij 9-we Q , fl rg C FE 'X D .Pl J 'W iq Q lg In osf iflizf- X .?,-M, 2: , ., -or . -15:5 G-ff? . " . ' . Us-if W K I . . ., . 4 r, fam-WM .. , 1. .2 1I":1ii1Z J.. 'f' ki.-"v.31:-:lm . , ' ' A 4: r -A ,J-'K-Paff is , .4 Q.. s - .. ' 'V '- "J --FF' --Q -'-- ii" - J F ' - W' 2' -fy - ,. ' fx - - A L - - L"- 3 J f 5. - - . ' 'YETSQ'-. If - - .. . .- - W' . Mmf... f ,PW ' Y -. Lug gffffi ' - .1 . "L .l j 40 f.'-'IV ' L7 'Y :.- 1- -- ' ' if ' . " ""' ' ' 4 1- '4 .. L . ' -' L v ' sf ' - f ' . .f f "" . " 'ri-1525 . A .f --F".,1't ' -- 'Nj .2v.?'7i' " . V - , to fl.. 354 ' i z 'I 3, .. r , -. ,.,, 4. , pf . .fr en" I -t n . A J V ' .L .,, J. , - , .4 " ' 4 - ff . , I I ' 'fi ' , Class of 7954 Phill Sn der - " ' 4 Q Y 4 - . Richard Alpert Stanley Stein Q A M-Z , ' M. Joel Berman Paul Vogel x ' ',' --2 ' y ,, ' Q f ' Alan J. Brandt Martin Warren A, ' ""'5'f" "iii ' M E tE rdf J hw dl f f arvin rnes isens a ose ee e .J V ' - , Myron F. 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Donnelly Director of Athletics University of Vermont I I ' Football ' ' , 2. di , , ' YQ, 9-r-'13 I.-HT! ,- Q ,. X ,gm tem I -' rf ' Q. " HQ "" s 1, 5 . ref, wrt Q reveal: 1 mist' fr: me se .,v1,1,..s, ibreffi, -Ld , LJQJA Div N i , A D :I ia N .gre 1 so H 5 - I r , we we Left to Right: BACK ROW: Wingate, Tressler, Leonard, Stevens, Forte, Johnson, Shinn, McSparron, Teta, Olden, Ramsey, Laggis, Coach Traverse. SECOND ROW: Calorusso, Impalloria, Semans, Scotese, Luytham, Montgomery, Nemer, Maloney, Lambert, Gage, Osmun, Head Coach Donnelly. FRONT ROW: Coach LuPointe, McMullen CMgr.J, Widing, Lawlor, Manners, Vatral, Kurkul, Clairmont, Deacon, Latt, Smith, Hughes, Cote Ctrainerl. MISS- ING: Codding, Campuna. SCHEDULE Centenn'aI F' Id d ' th I . , I Ie Unng e Cum Vermont 33 Champlain O J Vermont 6 Maine I4 A Q I Vermont 0 St. MichaeI's I9 X, AX-,jQ,gig' 5L 1Qf,, .yjtk l V , 3, I Vermont 7 Rochester 'I2 X -NE. f-mf ' ' 5' I- fl, 2 -, -I ' Lwif- I - .V . - '1 f' Ilf' !'fe " e2. 't m I.: 4 Vefmonf 27 NOFWICIW 26 Vermont 6 Northeastern 33 5, "' fP"3 4i ,Q, ,'.,.' 2 -, y sfv k ngems3,:431.ft,.:'.Lff:?'ff2f'w5MfW'4WW - A' 4 u Qifsilu .-ff.:1-jis.3j,j13L,?-1ni,,,,:,5,:E fix?-Lgi-1:iii4QL: Vermont 'I3 Mlddlebury 19 Left to Right: Coach Strassburg, Coach LaPointe, I Cote Ctrainerj, Head Coach Donnelly, Coach Troverse. Xi 'rv"'I,vg-L ,.,, , 1 'Q I J ye .-.',, yrwf-1 I iI'te1i1:?'4fiiff-sg ,',set - or A I I ttsst C I ..,,,,, I Toot I 2 i- f T , X Q- cm. u Gary VERMONT 33 CHAMPLAIN O A new coach and a new season made their re- spective debuts on September 27, and the occa- sion was a memorable one for UVM fans. Shat- tering a seven-game famine, the Catamounts easily romped over Champlain to the tune of 33-O. More than three thousand spectators watched as the vic- tory-starved home team scored at will, while running with a precision and agility long absent from Cen- tennial Field. Individually, the honors went to sharp- shooting Bob Deacon, UVM's all-state quarterback, and halfback Gary Clairmont, another all-stater, who ran the defense ragged. The victors started quickly, recovering a Champ- lain fumble on the first scrimmage play, and scoring seven plays later. The same period saw the Cats wi? ' tally again, when Clairmont's 32-yard dash set up Montgomery's one-yard scoring-buck. Deacon's agile drop kicking accounted for two conversions, and at half time the Green and Gold held a T4-O margin. This was more than doubled in the second half, as the home team scored three more times. The first was a seventy-yard, Deacon-directed drive, capped by Teta's three-yard plunge. This was soon fol- lowed by Nemer's four-yard smash, after a recovery of a Blueiay fumble and Maloney's score-ending eight-yard gallop. Deacon missed two of three extra-point attempts, but the Vermonters triumphed easily, and Coach Ed Donnelly's debut was a defi- nite success. , Q 'f"'f' , f Bob Deacon -:M fa at-r v .r T T f ,.",,j,-gf, 7 Burt grabs it KK "" "" ., "Hup-two-three-four" W ..., I Z 1 T K I ' 1 A T T, i Burt Wingate .2 . , , ' 3, Q . ,, f x , ,j. ,rf ic Scotese V fe? 5, f T 2 r Diamond Jim leads the way 1 i f., .,. , V - V. - 'M ' ,W . 1, - P' ., , " f, 1, If . ' ff M., "'m?'f' ,, ,V . if ' . . ,fy K . , 531,-:Q jg-V-' 5 ,P . Q' V' 1 u t -'-f ,gy A . - .- A , V r . 5. ,' ,P s - 7,1 g , .fbi 'bs' '-Vq::i:i'3 , . I' - fr V-' f g f 1, 'i ' 41,4 , 25" , fy" -9- V - I' .1 '. 5. -l V. A, , Q ff H G". . 1 . . - 4 -- ' V 'rf 131 , , ' E 2 Q : .W A ' b fi- gg 4' 1 1 T . M - . . f. fs M 44.1 VV ' 1 ' as T A is if V ...Q V . .fm M- . 2 sf ,fr sz-v: :Es 1 .V : M : 'V , V V -3'-g:':"' 'f Q -Q, s 4' - ,f si' .. A ,f ' as, ,L A N Sf-. 1'f' 1- -its . .Z .. 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Some five thousand fans watched in surprise as the two teams battled on even terms throughout the first half. The powerful visitors, led by Little-All- American ace Ed Bogdanovich, managed to plow over a tally in the dying minutes of the half, but couldn't score again until linebacker Joe Alexis in- tercepted an errant Deacon pass and scampered to pay dirt. ln the meantime, the home team had cut the margin when Deacon hit Nemer and Clairmont with his rifle-like passes, the latter for thirty-four yards and a touchdown. The rangy quarterback missed the conversion, as the Green and Gold suf- fered their first defeat, bowing by a 'I4-6 margin. Despite the score, the UVM'ers won a definite moral victory, and gave what was probably their best performance of the season. ' wr if 1, Gary the flash - , V , Gary Clairmont fs, fs, . . V X 'A KMA.. .. 3 - "-X , .,,,,::, 4 Y ,X -1 ts: xs lt . g iw 1 , V A.' ,. 2,71 b" QV,'f'?ff "" . , "4 V353 'E 2..f X- Nq r i f Steady Eddy iw Ecl Nemer Y , . 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Q ..v.-f ,-9 .f , . , . 4? .V M .., . f t - . '- :: H A sw- . .t . . . 1 , is s F Bl k th t ' tl .L., 1 i V. OC U Pom ' ww y .-.,.- V . V - ., ,. ..ff. ,.z. .1 1 , , , . ., , . f, 7 ...Q -1? , fffi F . " , , -5 T ., Q ': .. ' '-1 . .. s . .s:...v te-'rw f , H .- .,g.,.y,,3F'g,g,.1,Lp..-:.1.::,..:-ffm .fe .F-2, '-f. .- -if ' F ' , - -V r - '- - . -' ' VERMONT O ST. MlCHAEL'S 19 Suffering a let-down after two sensational per- formances, the Cats bowed easily to St. Michael's by a T9-O score. The loss, which was the team's lone shut-out defeat, was also one of their worst- played games. Throughout the contest, they con- tinually lost the ball on fumbles, and failed to take advantage of the breaks that came their way. Even more serious was the loss of Clem Forte, who was put out of commission by a broken leg. The iniury sidelined the spectacular sophomore guard until the final game of the season, handing a serious blow to the Cats' chances. The Purple Knights scored their first marker with Wg 45.14 1 ij,-'M - N lf' t X X X rv, . ': less than two minutes gone in the game. The Green and Gold, setting the pattern of the play, fumbled, and the home team recovered. Four plays later, Mike Carr rammed thirteen yards and St. Michael's led 6-O. From here on, the game seesawed until midway in the third stanza, when Ted Bergeron's 25-yard carry and Ken Casperson's conversion brought the margin to T3-O. The final score was Jerry Coronan's 35-yard return of a Deacon pass, late in the last period. An aroused Vermont defense swarmed through to block the conversion try, but the Cats remained on the wrong end of the score when the final whistle sounded. ,bi Z was ff ,W . -s -fp-xy, fa.-M.. sfzff arm 1 Joe Teta 'J . Hug it, Jim! if- q i. F I Jim Montgomery 1. .. . 7 Q 1 I fe . 4 arf- ,. W ,,, 'aa-,i 5 an. W Y' sf' 1 XY ,J sob' M ina" " 'r Us-,qs X fit- gg 1 sl sig Bob l ' fi Bob Hughes sf' 2 V uRedn .f M Bill Maloney , i. - . L f "LL ' . x ,N if ,ix ff , is? Q, T , TWT' 1. . -'41 firm i c T. + s i j"".Alfi, ?, 'ef -". fl' ..,, X-I '.,u?.fE-f-Q it sfisljis r -eve sm 5 , . - sae A Q -1,- M1-.s,e2,,g! , .ip '- f-N, '. -' T -- --,- -1 . X will-'fini-1 was if in ' it lriliiiiisl ' li T T' iii? T rr . , , lysis. jtghiug U Qa.E5hn1IF T' - , 1 -SH I,-1 K ,-, I W' 4 ...,,...,,, 44.1. NAM, They're closing in! VERMONT 7 ROCHESTER 12 Joe Teta's three-yard plunge in the dying minutes of the game saved Vermont from the ignominity of a second consecutive shut-out, but the Catamounts did suffer their third straight defeat, bowing to Rochester by a score of T2-17. The victors, playing on their own field, went into the game boasting a spotless record, and when the contest ended it was still intact. However, it was far from a poor show- ing that the Green and Gold made, for they outdid the winners in everything but the scoring. The highlight of the game was definitely the passing of Bobby Deacon. The man with the rifle arm kept the home team constantly on the defense, as he fired passes with deadly accuracy. However, the UVM'ers were always stopped when they tried to cross the final white line. When pay dirt was finally reached, it was the New Yorkers who turned the trick, counting on Bill Sharp's two-yard smash late in the third stanza. This hardly seemed enough, with the visitors maintaining their threat, but Roches- ter's sensational Tommy Gibbons provided the win- ning one with a 48-yard gallop in the final quarter. The Green and Gold finally tallied minutes later, when Deacon's tossing set up Teta's score-providing plunge. Here the game ended, with Vermont be- hind, T2-7. the fatal extra point try. Norwich's ace kicker had ..i. ,.,, V , 2' -- - 1 "iff z Y -is. Q '. .1 3 fi?" L 2. 4 12 . f':'2'?f. Y- 1- F tems' - 1 ,. - , ,aff si -ff -:Iliff iff- PM 1 A. , A ' "Qi, ' -- 1' f2t'-.?lft:v.J'j-:ff-t1-:+-..V-1:-. .wtf-4 V S4 :'S'4. lv...--.arf ' -:' P" .5 H ' 'i -' f .4 1: . 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The powerful Cadets, paced by Big Ed Meehan, ground out three scores in the first period. Inter- ceptions of Deacon passes accounted for the first two, and a Meehan-inspired 57-yard march brought the third. Deacon flashed his aerial circus briefly in the third period, after neither team had reached pay dirt in a scoreless second quarter. He hit McSparron, Montgomery, and Nemer with passes, to give the visitors a first down on the Cadet's seven- teen, and then flipped the remaining distance to Campana for UVM's initial tally. The Green and Gold pulled closer in the final minutes of the third quarter, when Pete Lawlor recovered a Norwich fumble on the home team's twenty-eight. Two plays later, Diamond Jim Mont- gomery scampered thirteen yards to pay dirt. Dea- con's missed conversion brought the score to 20-13. In the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, Deac really started connecting, with passes to McSparron snuck over from the one-yard line to bring the score to 20-19. He then calmly booted the tying point, and it was a new game. Three minutes later, it seemed that all had been for naught, as the still game Cadets drove the length of the field to regain the lead. Here came left the game with an iniury a few plays before, and the Cadets called upon Meehan to attempt to run the extra point. The big quarterback was stop- ped just inches short of his mark. This meant the game, for a few seconds later, Deacon fired a thirty-yard pass to McSparron, who sped twenty- nine more to knot the score once again. Tension reached an all-time high as Deacon, probably the calmest person on the field, coolly converted the winning point. :L ,f - , 'A' ' j? is 4, ,Q , . .-.-,' Baby Face , Walt Johnson f '- H 'wi5Q5Z'.aff4s.-.'f'-33:3-1'P.-:SWA i ff" ' ' ' ' ' ' w , HZMJ , f 4 :.,,. A 4 . ,W f f .,fv1.,f 4 X , f 2 I qs X 4 Y 4 f r 4. I ,J r 2 I X I ,off 1 , M 1 if f 4 4 ,sf ff Q, V:-fp 1, 7,,,4.w I I rf- t v H+" Ml lid .sais I, gf: V -,Q '- Jeff: ' '- 1:4 f W ff? Q.-1. 5 3. s .3 .sl .fx f, . ... , .,.,, g fvxuf ' 'M 3 I . '-3'-L , . - fm 'lf it V, j ,um P' " V L . - K -i22f755iQ'f . 1 i ff ' l l exif? I 7 I' r 4 if ft t ei - if ,. Q 'YA if gm G6 1' 42 ff If 4 v f 3 The Rock 72 ' ff Q... P21 Bill Kufkul 230 , 1 f . ...Q t ,-7.-f if fs .'4- f f',l-siggf -ft:-Tift f , 3 " E G? ' 1-152-we. gm 'flgj V' - V , f f Q y - 5 it 6 V 6 - - 1 6 N X: r, y-.f -I - 'lr ' i sl .4 ,Iggy V x ' X Q " Q A rf" ,gf 9 -' ' ' ' "T f L 8 - W.--4'!5eiF'fN'-Tlavfr T 1 , swag, my Didn't know you cared! VERMONT 6 NORTHEASTERN 33 2 Take nine J fi? Clem Forte K awe ,, .5 - X ,- f .life f RG if QQ ,i My ,f so ' f f 11531: What big .fr-A 2? - . , , . 'K ' 534. 1 muscles, Dad! ' Phil Wrclmg , .11 An iniury to Bob Deacon, and the sensational play of Northeastern's Ralph Barisano, handed UVM it's worst defeat of the season. The Bostonian iug gernaut gained 403 yards to UVM's T46, while ramping to a 33-6 massacre. The game was lost early in the second quarter, when Deacon injured his back and was forced to the bench for the remainder of the contest. His replacement, Mike Semans, did a first-rate iob at quarterback, but the masterful passing that had pulled out the Norwich game was conspicuously ab- sent. Northeastern, on the other hand, was exception- ally efficient throughout the contest. They com- pletely dominated the offense, with sophomore quar- terback Barisano completing ten out of nineteen passes, for a grand total of T71 yards. Vermont was constantly on the defensive, and was hard pressed deep in its own territory for most of the afternoon. Their lone tally was made in the open- ing part of the second stanza, when a Deacon pass gave them the ball on the Bostonians' seven-yard line, from which fullback Montgomery carried it over. The final score of 33-6 was the Catamounts' worst defeat of the season. , W if Q If . -4: fi. -,, - . , X " ' A E .. L V V "-f ,. ,, V 1 Vf -' 2 f f C ' 5 V 1' Vw Q . Raitt?" f , wr- ,, 5 ,,-4, V -1 , .. N V , B. - , -q-' 1-V4-.X s A' , . . 'V 4 ' ' , f X . 'ifV:f,':' 'r 'Z -, -fv,zvf'1, -, L it . t i f ' ti Qs s s 4. s '21 V if I ssffff- ' , N.,. I ,. Q -. 1 I ' '-" p " M .V ,m.' , 2 e 1'A V ' s He's surrounded! ,, .,.i .,., .,,,, . . ,1..,.,, , . ,,,w:,.. . , .:f,.,f.L,1.. ,. , . - , . ,, " V. , A - 1 ' 7 V ' "'k - ' . "-- f ,,.' -" I K s - ' ' '- A 'V"V ' ' The Middlebury Panthers, UVM's traditional ri- vals, were the opponents in the game which ended the Catamounts' 1952 grid season. Both teams featured senior-studded lineups, and on each side it was the fourth-year men who stole the show. Grabbing headlines for UVM were the irrepres- sible Deacon, who was the usual bullet-armed threat despite his recent iniury, and hustling Gary Clair- mont, whose spectacular ball carrying brought the crowd to its feet time and again. On the other side of the ledger, these standouts were matched by Middlebury with Dick Allen, a fast-stepping senior who not only scored all three Panther touchdowns, but also amazed the spectators with a sensational 98-yard punt return. All in all, the game was well played, with the teams battling on even terms most of the way. Middlebury gained the lead at the outset, counting on Allen's marathon dash for their initial tally. A VERMONT 13 MIDDLEBURY 19 second touchdown lengthened the score in the sec- ond period, but Clairmont contributed six points to the Vermont side of the scoreboard, bringing the score to 'l-4-6 at' the half. The visiting Panthers brought it to T9-6 in the opening minutes of the second half, as Allen added his third marker on another long distance maneuver-this time 32 yards. At this point Deacon started clicking, and UVM had soon registered its second score. From then on the contest was resolved to a struggle between Deacon's passing and Allen's run- ning, and neither team could gain the upper hand. As a result, the Vermonters bowed by a 'I9-T3 mar- gin, ending their season with a 2-5 record. This marked a definite improvement over their perform- ances of the last few seasons, and although the Green and Gold finished up on the short end of the score sheet, the brand of football they played made Coach Donnelly's debut a distinct success. . . I IB ,- 3 J, me fhqf ball! , .. ' 1 5 2, s ' John Vafral ' A ? : ff ,,, '-' i Q ' 3 'V ., ' " 'V' .V ' "" JV Q ' gi ..- ' T ' . f' 5 . , . VV ,Q I Here it goes. 5, ,. sf' I Bill Laytham ii it -, , 51,1 if " i I . , ,, 2 3, '1 What an end! 5 ' f Don McSparron fm ggi,- ,.,, ua , Next year's prospects in spring practice Freshman Football Setting a pattern for all other UVM freshman teams this year, Coach Norm Strassburg's frosh grid team rolled to an unbeaten season, gaining the state championship in the process. All three op- posing teams on their schedule fell before them, as they amassed a total of 78 points, to an op- ponent's total of 20. First to feel their power was the highly rated Tilton Prep eleven, who lost to the Kittens by 32-'l3. The next game, against the Middlebury JV, brought the frosh's first shutout triumph, T9-O. Their final contest was against a potent Norwich JV, who fell from the heights to the tune of 27-7, giving the victors a spotless record. Outstanding for the '56'ers were backfield stars Al McLam, Eddie Beck, Dick Jannoni, Don Maynard, and Joe Wark, while linemen Tony Guiliano, Gil Dedrick, Pete Greenman, Stu Cohen, Eddie Velten, and Mike Morris also drew plaudits. In addition, de- fensive cheers were accorded to line-backer Bruce Quimby, and linemen Ira Pressloff, Eddie McCabe, and Bud Dacey. All in all, the frosh gave an im- pressive forecast of better things in store for future UVM gridiron doings. Locker room - after the game SCHEDULE Vermont 32 Tilton 'I3 Vermont 'I9 Middlebury JV O Vermont 27 Norwich JV 7 Men at work WTA mf? 05963337 46.325 STATE CHAMPIONS Cross Countr Left to right: STANDING: Manager Brodie, McManus, Idleman, Saurwein, Captain Wris- ley, Damon, Thompson, Joyner, Jordon, Coach Post. KNEELING: Josselyn, Painter, Stephens, Saunders, Paris, Farr. MISSING: Brown, Davis. VARSITY SCHEDULE Vermont -16 Vermont 31 Vermont 32 Vermont 20 Vermont 77, Massachusetts 45, Rhode Island 51, New Hampshire 93, Connecticut 112, Maine 121 CYankee Conterencej Vermont 66, Springfield 56, Massachusetts 56, New Britain Teachers 100, Connecticut 104, Coast Guard 121 IConnecticut Valley Meetj Renssalaer 45 Union 26 Union 23 Coast Guard 35 Vermont 158, Rhode Island 86, MIT 114, Wesleyan 142, and twelve other teams finishing behind Vermont, including Massachusetts and Springfield CN.E.I.A.A.A.I Vermont 19, Middlebury 38, Johnson Teacher's 79 fState Meet - fifth straight annual victory tor Vermontj Undefeated freshman cross country team FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Vermont Vermont Vermont 17 16 Alburg High School 45 17 Burlington High School 38 Randolph Aggies 41 Vermont 25, Vergennes High School 49, Waterbury High School 52, Danville High School 91. , 1 'W' . f- 4. Tx 'NYM' 1. . If" - 'Whiz " ij. .7 ' f l.,gg'2g 'ir A . Ll.. . cm, .1 .-f . ,,. - 4 - J f.-ff ' ' M ,, I 4 'fi"':,f"'?1 . 4.. ,., ...,.,-,Y...:-'-- fe-- '- .4 L' 44' I '2 f. H r 1" - 1' N ' Q-iff , . ,. I ry-AL, 5 I .. W , ' 1+ : rr- ' 'I f 4 ffefv i s 0 W frm ' ws 5 5 j Qs! 9 "' 1 'R A A ,,.. .15 iff V if 2 X' f x in E :th if MY. fffq Q. ...Og D ,j Q Z fi : - 'vp , :, , 0, , , . m . ., - Q, -. 11 W s Rifle 5. 5- . . V5 Q I f -wp.,-are, r fa-fer k - b , , i f S , my A, I ' , N. XA c .. - -K'., sf ". f, . up -, ., .fm ,-,cw f.-ff, .. - .- L y 1. ' it -s . i s 1 " if 1' Q :ff ,'-Q i f fm W f ' - 1 ' fr ff .1 , f: ' -, 'N . ,f - 'f ' f f?3f?f'2 g .g i f f...-l f 1 F 1 . gf, .A . 1 , ., yy .1 M , 1 ,Y -,V - 1 . . - me V Q f W, . ., f ..- Nu 1 tg i , -., ,... g ,C X It A .xx - I, jr, I 5 L 1. ,W .., ::, f. . 'V A -' .xq - ' , - Lv- - sf 1 H - , , ' i, .. . M -in -. . , Y - 1 Q- , ...' ff -. . i Left to Right: STANDING: M. Soshnick, S. Scott, W. Saxe, W. Greer, Captain Barnett ICoachl. MISSING: W. Clark, L. Korzun, A. Pierce, J. Vincent, R. Pearl, R. Saunders, D. Tanner, C. Zabriskie. RESULTS SHOULDER TO SHOULDER MATCHES: Vermont Vermont Vermont POSTAL MATCHES: 1420 Norwich 1405 NRA Sectional Matches, Vermont first 1402 Norwich 1396 NECRL Group Match, Vermont first 1345 Rensselaer 1345 NECRL Final League, Vermont second VERMONT'S ONLY UNDEFEATED VARSITY TEAM . ,,., .. TLS, f' mbsf'-fs . f .. .4 ,, 5, 'L 'L '55 fm ,.T3w"' 'i f ix f , , gi i Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Left to Right: Bob Hartman, Paul Boudreau, Mort Kaufman QCaptain1, Harry . . Rutten, Vern Trinkino, Ron Bowman. Vermont lntercollegiates T First: Vermont Second: Middlebury Third: Norwich Fourth: St. Michael's Captain Mo Won: 6 Lost: 4 Forfeit to UVM: 6 SCHEDULE 19' 21 5V2 6 25 ut:- dv . . .- 1457 Union 8 Clarkson 6 Rensselaer 3K5 Champlain 3 Champlain 2 rt tees off. x Q jf 'I ' 'S ' ' X 3' , 5254? 'sfk 'i f is me 1 ., Y i x K -V: ,1 M W,'.fzwf+a,-h 'A f 1-",, ,. . 5 ' 4, ii-'31 f if 'li , Q-' if gr 5 7 7'-1,3 V t'-- I .- 2 it 'ie 4--ff 4 .X 1 vvyh 'Y A ' X V , Q' 34 'yt Q W1 ff 3 ' ' V M Y Ha 1 A , rf' vwwi V fl Q, f L, f V JV! 4, 4 1- if? Z2 M 2 fe r A f f 4 if 1. vf:5ea:ge.'5 5 2 ., .M--.":::4:'f.f'-1--frqfffr' N-M f .2 wi.: ., 'F , """ 5 N f ming The 1952-53 Ski season was one of the longest on record. lt began with slalom practice on Spruce Peak, Stowe, on November 9, 1952, and ended with the team's trip to Mount Washington on May 10, 1953. Between these dates was a season cram- med with activity, and marked by moments of glory and defeat. The competitive season started with an inter- collegiate meet at Lyndonville, Vt., during the Christ- mas vacation. Ten Eastern teams were invited to participate, and the level of competition was high, presenting an accurate preview of the coming sea- son. Vermont was strong in all events and finished third, behind Dartmouth and Middlebury. The first semester examination period was punc- tuated by the Vic Constant Trophy Race at Mt. Mansfield, and shortly after this Paul Bousquet, Russ Barstow, and Dick Painter competed in the famous Harvey Gibson Slalom at North Conway, N. H. On the same weekend, the UVM freshmen engaged in a dual meet with the strong Lyndon Institute team. The Kittens won this, their only meet, by a close margin. Jerry Baril, Frank Evans, and Bill White starred tor the Frosh. On February 6-7 the Varsity competed in the 4 .4 .A-" a 2 il l 'i 1 it l i af .ii l, I mi., E 'K' el' ' ' fi ' f " 3 U event skier. ' 2 .--- 1 I W, I 2' " QW, 'ts Larry Damon, UVM's four- Quinby, Evans, Co-Captain Bousquet. historic Dartmouth Winter Carnival. Vermont placed third, its highest record in Carnival competition, but Larry Damon was iniured while making the first run in the slalom event and was consequently lost for the season. To make matters worse, on the morning of the second day Paul Bousquet, perhaps UVM's outstanding ace, took a severe spill on the Moose Mountain Downhill trail and dislocated his left shoulder. This was an intense aggravation of an old iniury which forced Bousquet out of com- petitive skiing, thereby bringing to an early end an extremely promising racing career. Bousquet's pre- vious laurels had included such outstanding vic- tories as the USEASA Giant Slalom Championship in 1951. Vermont journeyed to Williams on February 14- 15. Although the team now numbered six, instead of its full strength figure of eight, the Catamounts managed to eke out a fifth place among the pow- erful eastern teams competing. The Eastern intercollegiate Championships were held at Middlebury on February 20-21. Vermont placed sixth among the eleven top teams in the Eastern United States and Canada. This meet brought to a conclusion the regular collegiate racing Frank Evans, winner of the USEASA Class "B" Slalom Championship. CATAMOUNT SKI SQUAD, 1952 53 Left to right: Back row: Manager Mead, Da mon, Thompson, Battles, French, Hackett Painter, Coach Searles. Front row: Co-Captain Barstow, Baril, Duval, Asst. Mgr. Gould gvfvlsy V V.'v 1 ' I iyifflig' ' or Q W A-W--.sf 11 .F 1-:-?w--wvv-?-r-v-?:-- at .. ,,Q1""3i'l s 19 6 f ,, is -gi, -'H' . si v " 'ii9i'9'f-51" f, ' I .,.. Q ,V ii R ' P D If Q , is I t - 32 in - Q ,, X if ' -is :.:.n I I J 1 'V I 4' xr X3 Practice run at Lyndonville wr sv ' ' N:-4 XJ season. However, during March and April, members of the Vermont team competed for individual honors in the USEASA Championship in Jumping and Cross Country at Rumford, Maine, the North American Downhill and Slalom and National Giant Slalom at Stowe, Vt., the National Cross Country at Paul Smith's, N. Y.: the USEASA Downhill and Slalom at Pinkhom Notch, N. H., and the Sugar Slalom at Stowe, Vt. Four prominent skiers, who have been counted among the finest in Eastern collegiate skiing circles, are being lost clue to graduation this year. They are Paul Bousquet, Russ Barstow, Wayne French, and Dick Painter. Remaining are Larry Damon, Clint Thompson, Bill Battles, Fred Hackett, and the fresh- men mentioned above. SCHEDULE Vermont third in Individual College Meet at Lyndon- ville Vermont third in Dartmouth Winter Carnival Meet Vermont fifth in Williams Carnival Meet Vermont sixth in Middlebury Carnival Meet CEastern Intercollegiate Championshipsj 1' Co-Captains Russ Barstow fleftl and Paul Bousquet Left to Right: STANDING: Painter, Barstow, Coach Searles, Bousquet, Hackett. KNEELING: Manager Mead, Thompson, Battles, Damon, French. 1952-'I953 VARSITY Left to Right: STANDING: Manager Denko, Currier, Greenfader, Fleischman, Steinman, Campana, Cooper, Jampolis, Head Coach Evans. KNEELING: Flannery, Roth, Balch, Captain Malinverni, Rothchild, Wolf, Ward. MISSING: Teta, Meyer. Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont VARSITY SCHEDULE Champlain 59 Conn. Teachers 69 Norwich 57 Bates 66 Maine 88 Dartmouth 7I Massachusets 54 Union 92 St. Michael's 59 Norwich 56 Upsala 61 Middlebury 68 Rhode Island 8'I St. Lawrence 73 Clarkson 86 A. I. C. 80 St. Michael's 60 Middlebury 75 Champlain 66 Coast Guard 60 Upsala 89 Basketball Captain Al sets A ,,.,. irie 1 i " "' ,r IZI ii ' M -'A f ,.,,:f-f 1 ,. ,I 'o'r' f S The record breakers - Nat and Jamp X ff. gp' 'A , ,A .,c,- , Q o'oe'rii "'o 1 ,V,., 'tilr I ZIV i ',, , I f' P, 'twle fu X 3 , 4154- 1 .., 5' J 1, 4:24 f 7 to v.,,, 238 2 3 ,, f IA I f 'tw XJ 'Sem' V ,2 In the huddle Campana also established a new season's average per game of 15.2. Opening up against Champlain, the Cats set back the Blue Jays, 67-59. After a close 71-69 victory over Connecticut Teachers', Fuzzy and the boys met Norwich in their first state clash. Jampolis, with eleven points in the first quarter, pulled a dis- organized team from behind for a 64-57 win over the Norwich Horsemen. With this 3-0 record, and visions of a season to match that of 1951-52, the team played their three Christmas games on the road. Their first night away saw them pin a 74-66 defeat on Bates College, but a few days later they were beaten by Maine, 77-88, and by a tall Dartmouth club to the tune of 60-71. Encountering the University of Massachusetts, in the first game after the Christmas recess, the boys Jumping .lamp The 1952-53 basketball season was coach "Fuz- zy" Evans' eleventh campaign as mentor of the team. lt was not too bright a season, but the team, in compiling an 11-10 record, was the most productive- ly scoring in UVM's history. With only two seniors on the club, Bill Meyer and Don Balch, the Green and Gold averaged an all-time high of 70.3 points per game. The of- fensive was spearheaded by Nat Campana, a 6' 3" Junior from Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Keith .lam- polis, a Sophomore from Brooklyn, N. Y. Both Cam- pana and Jampolis broke the school's individual scoring record, formerly held by Larry Killick. Cam- pana's 320 points and Jampolis' 310 surpassed Kil- lick's 309, which had previously been the record for points scored by a UVM player during one season. Just the ball, All won their first Yankee conference clash by a score of 52-54. Travelling down to Schenectady, N. Y., to face Union College two days later, Evans 81 Co. lost a free scoring contest, 92-85. Sulka scored 32 points for Union, while Jampolis fired 29 points for the Cats and Steinman netted 21. Uampolis' 29 points marks the highest that any Catamount has scored in a single game since Larry Killick scored 35 against Tufts in the 1942-43 campaign.l In one of their roughest games of the season, the Cats lost to a cold, and then a hot St. Michael's quintet. The Michaelmen, led by Captain George Barry, came from behind a 16-point deficit to edge Push 'em up, Nat! W I out Vermont by 59-57. In a game that provided the spectators with thrills and chills galore, Barry was the whole story. Playing with four personals in the second half, he pulled the disorganized Knights together. Rebounding after two straight defeats, the Cats downed Norwich once more, this time by a score of 65-56. After this game the Upsala Vikings came to Burlington for the first of two clashes be- tween the two teams. Featuring a sharp zone de- fense and some juggling of the lineup, the Cats shaded the Vikings, 63-6'I. After the Upsala game came a trip to Middlebury, to face Tony Lupien's Panthers. The game was a nip-and-tuck affair until the middle of the final quarter, when the Pan- thers took control of the boards and of the game. The final score was 68-6'I, which made Vermont's record 7-5, with a 2-2 record in state competition. In their next game, the Cats encountered the top team on their schedule, Rhode Island. Display- ing a tall, smooth-working team, and aided by the Jump shots of Baird and the long one-handers of Stenhouse, the Rhodies trounced UVM, 8I-65. This game marked the end of Vermont's competition in the Yankee conference for the season. Jampolis ranked sixth in the conference's individual scoring competition. Campana, who was named to the Yankee Conference All-Star team, finished twelfth, and Steinman thirteenth. Six days after the Rhode Island defeat and a loss to St. Lawrence, 73-7'I, the Cats set back Clark- son Tech. In setting a new record for the one- game high score, the Cats rolled over the Engineers to the rumble of a 95-86 victory. Earl Steinman and Captain AI Malinverni led the attack with 21 points apiece. Marv Woolf tossed in I6, Jampolis, I4, and Campana, 'I3. Two days later, before 1900 spirited Kake Walk fans, Evans 8g Co. tied two records, while beating American International College, 82-80. In their last affair, the Cats lost a heartbreaker to Middlebury, 74-75. Vermont closed out its state competition with a 2-4 record, and Campana was named to the all-state team. Seniors Bill Meyer and Don Balch started for UVM in their final college game. Stein- man Ied the Cats with I9, and Jampolis accounted for 'I8 more as we lost to Upsala, 75-89. Hey, Leggo! if muff A tzqhafra 1 lm: One for insurance l l l l l l i 1 i i l l i i i l Freshman Basketball as l 1 l 2 that ragga' Vermont's state championship freshman team FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Vermont 72 Champlain JV 58 Vermont 54 Norwich JV 44 Ve,-m-Om 64 Bellows Free Academy 29 Vermont 52 Si. MlCl1G6l'S .JV 42 Vermonf 56 Holyoke Jr. College 55 Vermont 60 Middlebury JV 54 Vermont 66 Lyndon Teacher's 38 Vermont 84 Norwich JV 43 Vermont 57 Dartmouth JV 63 Vermont 5'l Middlebury JV 50 Vermont 80 Champlain JV 64 Vermont 48 Dartmouth JV 64 Vermonf 64 Lyndon Teacher's 6l With a record of eleven wins and two losses, the Freshman basketball team showed itself to be a fine and smooth-working quintet. lt was only when the Kittens stepped out of their class and took on the Dartmouth freshmen twice that they lost. Coach Strassburg's boys showed a talent for com- piling big scores, besides being fast and keen on the defensive plays. Their fine defensive work was seen at its best against Bellows Free Academy, when that opponent was held to eight field goals in the entire game. The members of the team were Bob Lovejoy, Roland Massimino, Dick Sharkey, Barry Stone, Ed Beck, Bill King, Bruce Walgreen, Ron Bar- rett, Dick Towne, John McCabe, Bill Grace, and Terry O'Donnell. Left to Right: BACK ROW: Doornbosch, Gates, Thompson, Manson, Hinsdale, Hughes, Press- loff, Jordan. SECOND ROW: Davis, Blowers, Frappier, Somers, Wrisley, Tressler. FIRST ROW: Josselyn, Saurwein, Bryant, Saunders. MISSING: Balch, Stephens, Schremly, Graves Osmun, Abell. Track RESULTS Vermont 56, Bowdoin 79 Vermont 42 173, Bates 54 'lf3, Middlebury 47 576, Colby 20M Vermont 56M, Union 69M Vermont lOiM, Norwich 33M Vermont 4, Rhode Island 66, New Hampshire 55 273, Maine 'I5 173, Massachusetts 15, Connecticut 9 CYankee Conferencel Vermont 45 273, Middlebury 69 173, Norwich 20 fState Meetl The UVM track team participated in six meets during the spring season of 1953. They won one, placed second in the Intercollegiate Meet, and sixth in the Yankee Conference. ln the first meet of the year, Coach Post realized how much the graduation of many of last year's stars had hurt the team. A strong Bowdoin team defeated Vermont, 79-65, taking nine firsts and nine seconds. ln consolation, Ron Doornbosch set a new record for Vermont in the shut put, 43' M". We also swept the pole vault event, with Don Balch taking first. ,if liy, sg. s ,- , .wi L ' 'N' , , , . ,,..,.., . . ., , , , , . ,ww 1- V. -A M ,. . f M -fg, - we fa x V A Mah .: , !-, fn -7 V, . ff - -.fn 'fn ' t 22217, .2 Q ft Z yr' 21 .ws iff ' ' I4 , A K, ,V-.,1 .,f ...J f P ., ff, E, H H " ' K f ix-SS!'SQEg V Fr 'f,,' 1 ff ,. V .il .M . ,, V W4, i,, ,, ,, u n- .f,frf2' f rf, V --'W'-ffw'-jfif at I W I 'si 1 1: as 1 , ,si , -4.1-w ,J W' I' Q sl M I. ,-M.. ,. .. - - r .4 .. -. -pf-'M fins. iv r. A!- I TM" I u"" f" f 't'f ': ' i, -- Mel breaks the tape. The next event was the quadrangular meet against Bates, Colby, and Middlebury, in which UVM placed third. Doornbusch took first in the shot put, Mel Wrisley won the two-mile, and Don Balch tied for first place in the pole vault. The cindermen next met Union, at Centennial Field, but came out on the short end of a 69M-56V2 point total. UVM took four firsts, with Stephens win- ning the 440, Wrisley the two-mile, Doornbosch the discus, and Schremly the Javelin. In the fourth meet of the season, we trounced Norwich by sweeping six events and scoring IOTM points to the Horsemen's 33M We placed the first three men in the hammer throw, 100 yard dash, 220, 440, mile, and discus. The Catamounts next travelled to the University of Mass. to participate in the1Yankee Conference. They placed sixth in the meet, with Wrisley taking It's a record! Ron Mel Wrisley ' fourth in the two-mile, and Doornbosch third in the discus and fourth in the shot put. Although Ron only took a fourth place, he broke his record and set n new record for UVM, heaving the shot 44' 43A". ln the last meet of the year, the state meet, Vermont placed second, finishing behind Middlebury. The UVM winners in this meet were Davis in the mile, Stephens in the 440, Wrisley in the two-mile, Joyner in the 880, and once again, Doornbosch in the shot put. High scorers during the year were Doornbosch, with 53 points, Joyner with 30, Wrisley with 30, Balch with 26 'lf3, Thompson with 26, Manson with 25, and Hinsdale with 22 lf3. Coach Post is losing eight men at graduation, but the prospects are good for the coming season. Q2 0 Up and over Freshman Track I 2 ' Nxgh. T SCHEDULE Vermont 7 St. Michael's 2 Vermont 2 Middlebury 7 Vermont 4 Rensselaer 5 Vermont 2 Trinity 7 Vermont 9 St. Michael's O Vermont 3 Massachusetts 6 Vermont 3 Union 3 Vermont 6 Middlebury 6 Vermont 4 Champlain 5 The UVM tennis team had a record of three wins and six losses. The victories were over St. Michael's Ctwicej and Union. Middlebury, RPI, Mass- achusetts, Trinity, and Champlain took the measure of the Catamounts. However, all matches were hot- ly contested. Bill Thompson, playing in the number one singles spot, was outstanding, and Thompson and Jay Selcow presented a fine doubles combina- tion. Selcow, a promising sophomore, was in the number two position in singles. Captain Sam Jones played number three, and teamed with Bill Randolph fnumber four singlesi to make the second doubles combination. The number three doubles team was Pete Idleman and Tom Barth, who were five and six in singles, respectively. Lost by graduation were Captain Sam Jones and Bill Randolph. The other members of this year's team are returning, and will be joined by members of the JV team which won its only match against Keene Teacher's College. Scoop it, Sam! Sam Jones ennis Machanic. Coach Carpenter, Captain Jones Thompson, Randolph, Idleman, Asst Coach Searles. MISSING: Selcow , " ' ml Ji 'F 7 f i day I I , P- .5 lr I Z. if I J' f., , :V 1 K , --4-mf ' 31-4 --dz, 4t.,.v 'a,-' . -' . t.. " ,. T f ., F12 .9 H! ..,,. ...f For Jane. Bill Thompson lfs a long way out there! 1 VERMONT S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL TEAM 1 .....s..., I 5 if pw xi , gr:-25' . T, ,, , , ' ..-if " 2. A- if X. , YRM04' .9?H04'f My - M . l :moi , 1 is A AK 5,3 491 l QR U47 gvHHl7,ZN SIQMU49, X iii, C V, i,fAlrlL'!r', A . 1-717 ' 2 4 - Eff. ' A A A , v f"ldf,ggH U, ' -F .i F , K' V- l -A I WL - 'kfi?f,?gJ .I yy X ,I Y KN? 'af' f A 1 1 xx' ' 4 ly -'35, WRSMFIJ LllMf14" 1- ' I " J!! ' 'l PM 5 sRM711 ' l?lHgl ly Vxiufll 1 r Qllllh - N V A 'lf me -' .. ., -A , -A fx 1- . V r. ps ' -f Y ' ' 'r gfisfii P, K is V' F1 , ' i f A T J 11. : ll x -Jghb, Al' y-rg fb I 1, , 2, af 1 il " , ja We .Lf if . 1 4- f V1 .ui X' V ', ' - .- ' ' yy, me ffm 'hh ,lg 1 U 1 L 1, M . X Y , . W. ffm i f A 1 s. 4..-QF3'T" l vs -- G i A lm if. Ji, , F., 5 , I A X 7 .xl ,AWN L. N ' V s 39" .T T' T J- ,, " . 1 ' .1 2 wffff 11 " f- f I. 2 , A. ' ' ,bfi ii' 'Wil-I'i""i WHY' 3 -- an 2 . 1 1' kgs? Sw- Vfa'+,v:ff':,.,f:.,--'ffg",w1' 1-4.4 r 5"',"f1-,'zg3:,Q .4 1 M Why? s, p4'S1'5?S,,-,,g:?-4 'tsy .,i,c,'1f:, '-,' g . 5' ' ",f:gg.f4xr' ,Wm QW iff QM QMEQ.2,ZQfiesaWe?L5w23,Z5fuf.'tifLiis3fi5?'yA.i51!ferxiilli4xiiL64tffz'f -15: 5. Af ' . T Leff fo righf: BACK ROW: Manager Gordon, Mann, Congdon, Spaulding, Olson, Plender, Larrow Read Ravenna Currier, Deacon, Coach LaPointe. FRONT ROW: Clairmonf, Semans, Dias, Rynn, Montgomery Chrlsfenson Vin ceni, Russell, Hoag. Missing: Matheson. ' 5341126 Ba eball nf- --- 'I wma s .li l UWM . . i V Ar- -fn Co-Captain Bernie Ravenna , .Nt ,V fi mls. j 4 . T! , 2, 1 if C' - , 'iirxfy' X, ,gl V ' V A QL? Tse R. M , Co-Captain Frank Read UVM's T953 baseball team ended its season with a 'l2-7 record, the best yet piled up in the postwar period. This impressive tally becomes even more impressive when one considers the team's 10-2 rec- ord exclusive of the Southern trip, and its 6-0 record in the Vermont conference, which gave us the state title for the first time since the war. The team was sparked by the fine batting performances of Mann, Montgomery, Rynn, and Read, all previous lettermen. The season was highlighted by Bernie Ravennais SCHEDULE Southern Trip: Won 2, Lost 5 Vermont 3 George Washington 5 Vermont 5 Fort Meade 9 Vermont 'I5 Bolling Air Force 4 Vermont 8 Quantico Marines 'I3 Vermont 6 Hofstra 4 Vermont 3 Upsala 'l'I Vermont 3 St. John's 6 Northern Games: Won TO, Lost 2 Vermont 'I2 Norwich 4 Vermont 3 Middlebury 0 Vermont 'IO Lowell Tech 2 Vermont 2 Massachusetts 1 Vermont l Massachusetts 2 Vermont 8 St. Michael's 2 Vermont 8 St. Michael's O Vermont 1 St. Lawrence 4 Vermont ll Champlain 2 Vermont 5 Middlebury 1 Vermont 13 Norwich 9 Vermont 5 Dartmouth 0 one hit-no run game, which was but two plays away from being a perfect game. This was also the first night game in UVM's history. The outlook for the 'I954 team is bright, with several lettermen returning from the 1953 team. However, some of those who graduated will be missed. 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"eac:..'s"'V' 'J 5 y WQ.gq..,......,,QK.e. me W Q ef., ,wwvg A 1 ,wr WM M ,Y we , W'fv..,s,g W. . , A , fu, -. ., A V , 1 T v rl is .V 's'- 3 , 1 We e o Q I Council ,W ' 421. Er l 1 'L-T if , Q 'e ff-VSV E l " it ' ,K'V 2 1 Nil , Q, Z he 1 Kg we I 7 X Peggy Brown Mary Wright Shirley Whalley Lyn ne Stevens Jean Post The Women's Athletic Association, better known as W.A.A. is composed of all U.V.M. women who are interested and wish to participate in college athletics. W.A.A. organizes and runs the various sports clubs and also inter-dorm and inter-sorority competition. The basketball tournament was held at the close of the winter season and Allen house was the winner. This was the only competition which held a playoff. At the annual W.A.A. spring picnic held at Rock- point in May all the athletic awards are given out as well as the results of the W.A.A. Council for the coming year. The new members of All Sports and W.A.A. Council are installed at this time. Among the awards was the W.A.A. Award to Slade Hal! for the best small dorm participation. e Malia Dean l Vivian Call Jean Joslin Betty Leo Missing- Barbara Demarest Andrea Bea n The W.A.A. Club season is divided up into three major divisions, Fall, Winter, ond Spring with nine clubs which functioned this year. Each club has a manager who organizes the club, and the play- days for that sport. She is responsible for main- taining interest in the club and sometimes gives in- struction. The clubs may look to Mrs. Evans or Miss Hood for a helping hand or advice. W.A.A. Council on whom falls the central leadership for Women's Sports, is ably advised by Miss Euler, the faculty representative to the organization. The Fall season ran from the middle of Sep- tember to October included such sports as hockey, tennis, rifle, sailing, square dance and swimming. The hockey team, which was chosen from the hockey club, traveled to Skidmore College for a hockey l..-JE-4- .c-ig- Asus- -1--Z-W - ' MANAGERS L-r: Joan Dederer, Neal Washburn, Judy Walker, Holly Noyes, Lee Koch, Barbara Fitzgerald MISSING: Jean Hodgdon, Jocelyn Gobeille, Ann Kropsky. play-day. The Vermont girls defeated Russel Sage, Middlebury, Green Mountain Junior College, and tied the host team, Skidmore in a dead-lock 0-O game. During the winter season, which lasted from Oc- tober until the middle of April, volley-ball, basket- ball, bowling, rifle, swimming and skiing clubs were active. Of these the basketball club participated in two play-days. The first time Vermont was in- vited to Green Mountain Junior College at which Vermont won the events. The second was an in- vitation play-day here at Vermont which Middlebury, Plattsburg State Teachers College, and Green Moun- tain Junior College attended. Again the Vermont girls excelled and defeated all three guest teams. When the Spring season rolled around, most of the sports moved outdoors and tennis, softball, sail- ing, and swimming once again became popular. 4 As is traditional with W.A.A., Penny Carnival was held again prior to "Pops Night" on Saturday, February 14. This gala affair touches off the week's activities of Kake Walk and the King and Queen campaigns, whose candidates are announced at "Pops Night." The big events were held in the Auditorium for the first time this year. Downstairs, penny booths were scattered along the walls and the fun-seekers tried their skill or luck at the differ- ent games. Also W.A.A. sold chances on the King and Queen candidates which would entitle the hold- er of the lucky stub to a date with either the King or the Queen. In a concert the U.V.M. Band pro- vided festive music during Penny Carnival, the pro- ceeds of which go to the W.A.A. Cabin Fund, which was established several years ago for the purpose of building an overnight cabin at Mount Mansfield. F i I-9' I Shirley Whalley All Sports is the Women's Senior athletic honor- ary, whose aim is to promote outstanding contribu- tions of leadership and sportsmanship. Members f ' are announced at the end of the Junior year at 'Y 'K , A's'L'b the Founder's Day Ceremonies. To be eligible for Jean P051 membership, a girl must have accumulated the re- W' quired number of points, have good scholarship, l and have shown her ability in outstanding leader- shi , s ortsmanshi , and have had an active Junior P P P year in sports. ln the Senior year by earning an- - ff other required number of points, and by continuing 45" Q activity in each W.A.A. season, a girl is eligible to Q 1 have her name engraved on the honor roll at South- or Beny Leo wick. The activities that have been sponsored by All Sports were the Friday Fun Nites, held for the first time this year, which featured round and square , dancing, various games, informal singing, and were i planned to promote a more unified campus spirit. A- f I Also there was a "sail" in the Spring as -:J sort of In 1 "get together" for all old and new members of All Jean Hodgdon Sports at which the old members were presented with bracelets. Also All Sports worked on the planning of Penny Carnival, in coniunction with W.A.A. y Q? Missmo. Betsey Clark ' ' I ' Barbara Demorest Tmu Fol' Ernie Genine -,,, l ,, ."rr,f , , f, "--i" .if X X ssir r it f , sirr ,-.' fi IAQ? il, -k,l.JlfFgh X S 'tii, J r Norma Simpson 2 4 lil KISS N X .,.. ,V Q.:-:L - t Swimming Rifle i 4 vm-lx, .,,.:,..,5n, f., ' gy , W iff 5 g ..,. ,gf i if . ,N-3--M-1 5.f..v....--.,.a ,,.. Mn: A , -...WV ..,,. 3' M ,,,-'ff-2- , fvff I- ' ,ww-xfu .,, 5 ' fiir fajl., '1W."""":5 -T. N-1-:. -f -f ,W 'm....,,ay, 5-f W -A Penny Carnival MY 9. , . iViA.,,, ,--A.-.qgmua -'wwwfvwrwm .4 . ,W "'.. :, - ff'f"f4wf'f1 1....,,.fQ,fW,.f1m W.. Basketball n Q il? 5 X 1 ,L A Q vw. .,L, f , ffvlf' . 'f f .9 .. .1 f . :usa Iwi .y j x z A iw? - 5,g5MA:, ,lhfg ig I. 3 5:74-t,,g5f 5 3 1 , f,2.g,5, N. l E Lgw,Qgfs.3jfQiMS Ann Shaw 32 Viv Skiing Softball L H W L.w,,JX11,x '374-'QW 9 PM r .1 t"f:!wrmx4 .mv-" -:xz,,5.vr:z.,!f42.Z1 Mxanwmwbrmmt-y,:zre'w'4-rfmsf f ' 4 r Ann Shaw ., . , 2f"'1fQ,,,1,,,q, ' V . 2 4 fm ..1-1-A 4 , ,Qigxf 2:61 sl. .X 7',.1'i'::3'l 'jeff SKI TEAM L. to R.: FRONT ROW KNEELING: Helen Wichowski, Diane Eastman, Mary Kupp, Joyce Nunes-Vais, Maria Tracy, Leonie Strachan, Nancy Hoyt. STANDING: left to right: BACK ROW: Judy Walker, Mary Dow, Sara Utpon, Nancy Buckheim, Sandra Ellis, Ann Shaw CCaptainD, Rosemarie Eurich, l t Jane l l l l ll i T l l l l l l 1 I Anderson, Sandra Perry, Chuck Taylor lCoachJ. A squad of about twenty-two girls turned out at the opening of the winter season for the Women's Ski Team, which was coached by Chuck Taylor. The W.A.A. manager for the team was Judy Walker and the Assistant Manager was Joyce Nunes-Vais. From the squad a racing team of four was chosen for the first meet at Middlebury College, held in conjunction with the Middlebury Winter Carnival on February 19th and 20th. Representing Vermont in order of their standing were Ann Shaw, Captain of the Women's Ski Team, Mary Ann Kupp, Mary Dow, and Helen Wichowski. In the downhill competition the Vermont team stood in third place trailing McGill by four points. ln the Slalom, Vermont came in second as a team behind the first place Middleburyites. Individually the racers captured first, ninth, eleventh, and 'l2th, with Captain Ann Shaw the first place winnah! In the Women's Combined Downhill-Slalom, Vermont was represented individually with berths in second, ninth, twelfth, and fifteenth places with Ann again near the top in second place. The final results of the meet were in order of their standing, Middle- bury, McGill, and Vermont placing in the top three of the seven teams present. This meet was under the auspices of the Eastern lnter-collegiate Associa- tion into which only the top Eastern colleges are allowed to enter, affter being iudged in ski competi- tion. Vermont held no invitation meet this year, but several other meets were scheduled for consecutive weekends with Skidmore, Syracuse, U.N.H., Colby Jr. College, and St. Lawrence, which were all can- celled because of poor snow conditions. However, four members of the team entered as individuals in the Slalom Derby, but were not allowed to com- pete under the University of Vermont name. Also during the mid-semester vacation the team trained at Mount Mansfield for several days. Captain Ann Shaw, the outstanding member of the Women's Ski Team glided through a set of triumphs that both she and the University of Ver- mont should be extremely proud. A member of the Mount Mansfield Ski Club, she participated in the National Giant Slalom and North American Downhill Competition at Stowe and came in fourth, trailing three Olympic stairs, including Andrea Meade Lawrence. At the New York State Championship Slalom held at Lake Placid, Ann placed first, and at the Slalom Derby held at Pico and Woodstock she won first place in the two Women's events at Pico and came in third at Woodstock. Her combined total was third trailing two Canadian skiers, thus making her the first American competitor. Because of her outstanding. work the Eastern Amateur Ski Association gave her an invitation to an advanced racing course, the first of its kind, for perfecting style and technique. This was ,estab- lished for the benefit of promising young women skiers and possible future Olympic champi0l'1S, chosen from top Eastern amateur skiers. , 1 - W SA 2 ,Q Q MVR . ,X xx. ,M X, 4. 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