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" tOKU. _ •i c IM Time ripens all things. No man is born wise. Cervantes BOH BBflBH All nature is but art unknown to thee, All chance, direction which thou canst not see; All discord, harmony not understood; All partial evil, universal good; And, spite of pride, in erring reason ' s spite, One truth is clear. Whatever is, is right. Pope TT " . ' ' Jli ' , ' . ' Tk 1 . • r.A ■(S ,: ' ' ' t ,n.--. -y V . I ■aHHBI We are students of words: we are shut up in schools and colleges and recitation-rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a bag of wind, a memory of words, and do not know a thing. Emerson : - ' • ; m m . But any man that walks the mead, In bud or blade or bloom, may he find. According as his humors lead, A meaning suited to his mind. Tennyson hM J J Here is everything advantageous to life. True; save means to live. Shakespeare in ' " ■■ ' ■ " ■ ' v ' .amjitt}gi2gir There is a book into which some of us are happily led to look, and to look again, and never tire of looking. It is the Book of Man. You may open that book whenever and wherever you find another human voice to answer yours, and another human hand to take in your own. Walter Besant II You are not wood, you are not stones, but men. Shakespeare ? ' Ar Mi 4 12 ■ ' ij»;iiiagv. .a. ' r.t ' ' i! ' ii tti . 13 14 Alas! how swift the moments fly! How flash the years along! Scarce here, yet gone already by, The burden of a song. See childhood, youth, and manhood pass, And age with furrowed brow; Time was— Time shall be— drain the glass- But where in Time is now? John Quincy Adams A good book is the best of friends, the same to-day and for ever. Martin Farquhar Tupper 1967 18 It ' s a long road from the inception of a thing to its realization. Moliere i m 19 L. Cvlll! ' i l« 20 Song wins grace with the gods above and with the gods below. Horace 21 There is a harmony In Autumn, and a lustre in its sky, Which thro ' the Summer is not heard or seen,— not been! Shelley 22 23 |VPIl l 24 k His enemies shall hit the dust. Old Testament .. f 2 » ■t I fill r «BV Wi(? H ' wHlf 1 l Si : IIW-ALIVIf GnUSlCf 26 Without rivals thou lovest alone thyself and thine. Horace w 27 m give me new figures! I can ' t go on dancing The same that were taught me ten seasons ago; The schoolmaster over the land is advancing, Then why is the master of dancing so slow? It is such a bore to be always caught tripping In dull uniformity year after year; Invent something new, and you ' ll set me skipping: 1 want a new figure to dance with my Dear! T. H. Bayly ■-• s .: ' « . • ' - • 30 gPWi On such an occasion as this, All time and nonsense scorning, Nothing shall come amiss. And we won ' t go home till morning. John B. Buckstone 31 SI f; gentlemen! The time of life is short; To spend that shortness basely were too long, If life did ride upon a deal ' s point, Still ending at the arrival of an hour. Shakespeare l .ji mm m riogfap ' i.r fiM ' j ' y - ' J. u»- " -— w- ' ? i 34 « t thi» " ■■ .«l llw • K»j - W?jE. V.{}Ui ■16 1 1 L J ■ft:. mm I His breath like silver arrows pierced the air, The naked earth crouched shuddering at his feet, His finger on all flowing waters sweet Forbidding lay— motion nor sound was there:— Nature lay frozen dead,— and still and slow, A winding sheet fell o ' er her body fair. Flaky and soft, from his wide wings of snow. Francis Anne Kemble m.. -. ' ,.t H lliS ' . Unforseen, they say, is unprepared. John Dryden J iV ' i -iSi •in m4 1 M M ' - Whether you boil snow or pound it, you can have but water of it. George Herbert PVnF ill: i 1.1 i n {I A man ' s a man, But when you see a king, You see the work Of many thousand men. George Eliot i l%i r r r r L S t y -1 k I 3 ; w 44 d He who is not prepared today, will be less so tomorrow. Ovid N :s f t 46 Into their inmost bower Handed they went; and eas ' d the putting off These troublesome disguises which we wear. John Milton 47 ' J ' ' P ' - m ' •V - m w| f AMM ! V X 1 Two things only the people anxiously desire- bread and circuses. Juvenal 49 Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all sprites and Are melted into air, into thin air; And, like the baseless fabric of this vision. The cloud-cappe ' d towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself. Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. Shakespeare So let the mind some relaxation take To come back to its talk with fresher heed. Phaedrus 1 M HH : fw ' kj-y - ' 1 HiiA| ' jVH 1 4 4ii 52 53 One of the principal features of my Entertainment is that it contains so many things that don ' t have anything to do with it. Artemus Ward I 54 HWfPli, 55 A talent for comedy equal to that of the Greeks. Gaius Caesar 57 58 If it be true that ' good wine needs no bush ' , ' tis true that a good play needs no epilogue. Shakespeare 59 A long, exact, and serious comedy; In ev ' ry scene some moral let it teach, And, if it can, at once both please and preach. Pope 60 61 Each honest calling, each walk of life, has its own elite, its own aristocracy, based on excellence of performance. James Bryant Conant I 62 63 My lute, awake! perform the last Labour that thou and I shall waste, The end that I have now begun; For when this song is sung and past, My lute, be still, for I have done. Sir Thomas Wyatt 64 65 (ifi The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it. Emerson H ) V t % snd .y r €jK mi «r- - wm k lx V • Between the idea And the reality Between the motion And the act Falls the Shadow. Thomas Stearns Eliot fin Nothing will sustain you more potently than the power to recognize in your humdrum routine, as perhaps it may be thought, the true poetry of life— the poetry of the common- place, of the ordinary man, of the plain, toil-worn woman, with their loves and their joys, their sorrows and their griefs. Sir William Osier i 71 CARLOS MONTOYA 72 We are the music- makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams, Wandering by lone sea- breakers. And sitting by desolate streams; World— losers and world forsakers, Of whom the pale moon gleams: Yet we are the movers and shakers of the world for ever, it seems. Arthur O ' Shaughnessy So much one man can do That does both act and know. Andrew Marvell 75 To live in hearts we leave behind Is not to die Thomas Campbell ScoLl otH«aiyXf 77 711 I realize that patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone. Edith Cavell ! j» y 79 Let observation with extensive view, Survey mankind, from China to Peru; Remark each anxious toil, each eager strife, And watch the busy scenes of crowded life. Samuel Johnson p:m I 1 F Coocett • ■ H GnlucIar-JixiBoRajaci ■ W .feUwy2f 830pm 81 Dreams, books are each a world; and books, we know. Are a substantial world, both pure and good. Round these, with tendrils strong as flesh and blood. Our pastime and our happiness will grow. Wordsworth 83 T w y tTE M ' u D 84 m% 5i--V ' - MJi :_ A University should be a place of light, of liberty, and of learning. Disraeli 85 Pi II Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so, For, those, whom thou think ' st, thou dost overthrow. Die not, poor death John Donne 86 in memoriam Dr. Charles Farrington Bond Damian Edward Karney Dr. Robert Fitzsimmons Edward James Lockwood Dr. John H. Kent William Howard O ' Donnell Dean Margaret Mary E. Wing William James Roy Richard Verner Sparks George Havell VanTassel, Jr. 87 m 1 if To live long is almost everyone ' s wish, but to live well is the ambition of a few. John Hughes cc t: l%cc ' ' . " •• --.ccc bcc 1. iiii The modern educated man is one who is expected to know something of the experience of mankind, of what has been thought and said, of art, music and letters, as well as to be aware of the social problems and society around him. He can hardly become acquainted with all of this by remaining solely in one field. r The hard task of education is to liberate and strengthen a youth ' s initiative, and at the same time to see to it that he knows what is necessary to cope with the ongoing activities and culture of society, so that his initiative can be relevant. ■ .- — _ 1 4. Knowledge is a whole, no matter how much it may be divided up into departments and disciplines. Every economist knows that specialization without trade is absurd, and the same goes in the intellectual life. Unless there is exchange of information among specialists, the body of knowledge breaks up into non-communicating pieces, and its growth is impaired. To be intimately concerned with only one area of one profession is to limit oneself to one ' s own and everyone else ' s misfortune. Communication becomes difficult in a nation of dissimilar experts who know nothing of each other ' s worlds. Alienation is imposed not be fate or technology but by people preoccupied with themselves. president LYMAN S ROWELL, B.S. 89 vice president for academic affairs board of trustees Clinton D. Cook Robert F. Patrick. Lawrence J. Doolin. Harold C. Billings, Elmer L. Ni- cholson, Kennetti N. Scott, President; Lyman S. Rowell, Mrs Charles J. Burbank. Lawrence H, Marvin. John L. Beckley. Allan B. Angney, Jr.. Ellery R. Purdy. Standing: Edward R. Eurlch, Leo O ' Brien, Jr., San- born Partridge, Robert E. O ' Brien. Leon D. Latham. William T. Burns. Floyd M. James 90 •I S. T. Welch Comptroller Harold C. Collins Director of Admissions and Records George C. Clerkin Treasurer and Business Manager f Gordon Paterson Bursar Douglas 0. Hanau Director of Placement lid S. Clarke strar Lawrence E. Van Benthuysen Director, Public Relations Constance S. Zolotas Director. Alumni 91 dean of the graduate college William H. MacMillan dean of student personnel services Roland D. Patzer fc ' 92 Jackie Gribbons Dean of Women deans Margaret M. Wing Assistant Dean of Women IVIalia Dean Assistant to the dean of Women Bruce L. Hewitt Assistant to tfie Dean of Men 93 r 94 college of agriculture 31 T. W. Dowe Dean of the College 95 agricultural biochemistry Donald B. Johnstone Department Chairman Murray W. Foote David W. Racusen I agricultural economics C. Lynn Fife Robert 0. Sinclair Raymond H. Tremblay Fred C. Webster Frederick O. Sargent Department Chairman 97 Bruce A. Gaylord Department Ctiairman agricultural education Garry R. Bice v ■ ■•»« • Earl L. Arnold Joseph Bornstein Edwin C. Schneider Department Chairman agricultural engineering 99 Henry V. Atherton Donald J. Balch Alexander H. Duthie Kay M. Nilson K. Rogers Simmons animal and dairy science ff 00 " fi. Albert M. Smith Department Chairman 100 animal pathology F i 101 I 1 W. D. Bolton Department Chairman Winfield B. Durrell botany Phillip W. Cook Carroll W. Dodge Kenneth D. Fisher James W. Marvin Martin C. Mathes Louise A. Raynor Thomas Sprouston Fred H. Taylor Hubert W. Vogelman Beal B. Hyde Department Chairman 102 forestry Robert W. Fuller P. R. Hannah Maxwell L. McCormack Boyd W. Post Roy A. Whitmore Luther E. Zai William R. Adams Department Chairman 103 home economics Elizabeth Atwood Marion H. Brown Martha Caldwell M. I. Clark Mary Jane Ellis Esther L. Knowles Julie W. Lepeschkin Joyce K. Livak Ellen H. Morse Molly Pechman Agnes T. Powell S. Jane Quackenbush J. Anthony Samenfink Sellna W. Webster Margaret B. Whittlesey 104 Richard J. Bartlett Bertie R. Boyce C. Lyman Calahan Theodore R. Flanagan Richard J. Hopp George B. MacCollum Jerry L. Mcintosh Kenneth E. Varney plant and soil science 106 Donald C. Henderson poultry science aoa POULTRY SCIENCE G. A. Donovan Department Chairman 107 George B. Kidder Dean of the College 1 08 college of arts and sciences •M r. ' " . V V ' . --• " 109 Richard H. Janson Department Chairman art 110 Haniyn W. Davies Isabel C. Mills I I P -- v 1 II Brady B. Gilleland Department Chairman classics Z. Phillip Ambrose Francis R. Bliss S. L. Chinchon Jean M. Davison 112 english Samuel Bogorad Department Chairman Betty Bandel T. Alan Broughton Phoebe E. Bryan Robert W. Caswell Virginia P. Clark Norman B. Council Robert W. Cochran A. Inskip Dickers on Mary Jane Dickerson Mary S. Hall James R. Howe Muriel J. Hughes Leonidas M. Jones Wilson Kimnach M. M. Kohler Mary Ellen Leonard Michael H. Leonard Littleton Long Herbert C. McArthur Bruce A. McNallie Gary E. Miller Ralph H. Orth Sidney B. Roger Wlllard B. Pope Sarah Sargeant Seymour H. Sargeant P. F. Sheridan Jack Trevithick Andrew J. E. Varney Stuart Woodruff 113 geography H. Gardiner Barnum Dan W. Gade M. K. Gade Harold A. Meeks Edward J. Miles Department Chairman 114 Rolfe S. Stanley Department Chairman geology Robert K. Doten P. D. Evans Raymond W. Grant Allen S. Hunt W. Phillip Wagner 115 german and russian John Eurich Harry H. Kahn David Noble Paul Paganuzzi Truman M. Webster A. W. Wurthman Dr. James White Department Chairman 116 history Henry W. Berger Robert V. Daniels Wilham G. Gard Samuel B. Hand Robert Heussler W. James King H. N. Muller Wolfe W. Schmokel Harold S. Schultz Thomas J. Spinner Neil R. Stout Marshall M. True E. Imogen Varney Harm Wansink Jeremy P. Felt Department Chairman 117 ' IIK Howard G, Bennett Imelda Delgado James Keene David L. Kinsey Ippocrates Pappoutsakis Herbert L Schultz Francis A. Wemrich music Frank W. Lidral Department Chairman 119 philosophy and religion Robert W. Hall Department Chairman William J. Beckett George Dykhuizen Hee Jin Kim William E. Paden Albert W. Sadler David Sobers — • .. ■■ • I 120 ■ ■nnn — — — John S. Brown Robert K. Gould David W. Juenker John E. Krizan Wesley L. Nyborg Alban B. Rooney Thomas D. Sachs Leonard M. Scarfone Nelson L. Walbridge physics Albert D. Crowell Department Chairman 121 Horace W. Briggs Henry P. Brubaker Marvin L. Durham Robert Eastman Rolf Haugen Raul Hilberg Frederic Kirk George T. Little James Monahan Morris Simon Stanislaw Staron political science Lyman J. Gould Department Chairman 122 psychology Heinz L. Ansbacher James P. Chaplin Carolyn Hursch Robert B. Lawson Harold Leitenburg Anthony J. Mayhew Wayne C. Patterson M. W. Perrine Norman J. Slamecka ' •% ■ Donald G. Forgays Department Chairman 123 romance languages Pedro Beade David L. Butler Luigl Carloni Terence M. Comerford Deanna Crispin Osvaldo Chinchon Jean Pierre DeLoeschnig Mane G. Geno Thomas H. Geno Peter R. Heitkamp Stuart L. Johnston Roy G. Julow Maurice E. Kohler Jean Pierre Lascumes Malcolm S. Parker A. Wendy Preston Stephen P. Sheible Darby J. Strong Randolph S. Towne Louis M. Ugalde John G. Weiger fi Malcom D. Daggett Department Chairman I2t aofe sociology and anthropology Gordon F. Lewis Department Chairman William Haviland Clark Johnson A. Grant Kennedy Edwin H. Pfuhl Ronald A. Steffenhagen CM, %. ' , s . _. __ 125 speech and dramatics Ray Dllley Edward Feidner Mary Feidner Evan P. Jordan Lee Kallstrom William J. Lewis Norman T. London Eleanor M. Luse James N. MacDonald Harry E. Myers R. S. Thomsen Robert W. Welch Robert B. Huber Department Chairman KfJW- ' " ' ' " J 1 ' • ' «»ii. . ■ JMjaMi m Ross T. Bell Stephen C. Bromley Robert K. Chipman Richard W. Glade E. Bennette Henson Lorraine Korson John H. Lockheed Paul A. Moody Milton Potash Howard Rothstein 128 zoology Richard W. Glade Department Chairman 129 college of education and nursing 130 Thomas C. King Dean of the College IT 131 Nelle A. Adams Betty Boiler Robert C. Brown Lyman C. Hunt Verne L. McDonald James A. Peterson Mary M. Petrusich John A. Redmond S. Alexander Rippa Robert M. Sekerak Frank L. Steeves education John E. Baker Department Chairman 132 Mary Beam Joyce R. Bell Arllne L. Demers Nancy E. Devore Faith Emerson Helen Farrmgton Rose Forglone Mary E. Gardner Margaret Lochhead Rosalie M. Lombard Kathleen Marsland Jean Milligan Mary E. Palmer Lorraine Phillips Marjorie Porter A. P. Quin Alice K. Rodgers Carolyn M. Schwab Roberta Schwa lb G. M. Sucsy Mary E. Thompson Norma Woodruff Department Chairman 133 Sheila L. Brewer Lorna D. Brusstar Marilyn Chase Margaret E. Hayes Martha B. Knight Coralie Phillips women s physical education Joanna Davenport Department Chairman II. 13 ( Roger T. Bryant John C. Evans Thomas C. Dunkley Robert J, Gobin Harold Greig Denis Lambert Ralph Lapomte Les Leggett Archie T. Post Robert Stone Norman Strassburg men ' s physical education . WlMSSSf f " ' s? Charles Christensen Department Chairman h mf 135 WARREN 0. ESSLER Dean of the College 1 ■« £4 B 136 college of technology •■t «-r. ■ II I -.■2b % m m I i 137 chemistry William N. White Department Ctiairman Constance L. Brown George C. Crooks Ted B. Flanagan Donald C. Gregg A. Paul Krapcho Martin A. Kuehne James H. Waters Eugene E. Weltin Wendell J. Whitcher Glaus A. Wulff 138 civil engineering Roger W. Dorwart Stephen C. Knight Robert Ragan James A. Root Burdette K. Stearns Reginald V. Milbank Douglas P. Fay Department Co-Chairmen 139 Frederick F. Schiller Benjamin J. Schweyer James Singleton Herbert F. Wass Abbas AInasrawl Samuel Bloomberg Richard Chase Anthony S. Compagna L. A. D. Dellin William Diamond Chester B. Eaton Edwin C. Greif Robert C. Kelly Gary Michael N. K. Nargund A. E. Nuquist Elbert A, Nyquist ir commerce and economics Milton J. Nadworny Department Chairman 140 William G. Bradley Frederick C. Evering Charles W. Hoilman David C. Lai Lloyd M. Lambert Stanley Rush Laurence Shorey Charles F. Taylor i» electrical engineering Wilfred Roth Department Chairman 141 mathematics John F. Burke Leo D. Burns Eriing W. Chamberlain Robert B. Dickson Julius S. Dwark David B. Hill Jack L. Hursch Joseph A. Izzo Ramakant G. Khazanie Harry Lighthall Donald F. Marn Bruce E. Meserve Donald E. Moser Donald E. Nevin George H. Nicholson Heath K. Riggs Loretto A. Stewart David Sylwester Bruce R. Wenner Robert K. Wright N. James Schoonmaker Department Chairman 142 mechanical engineering Howard J. Carpenter Howard D. Duchacek Donald J. Gerry Gilbert A. Marshall G. N. Mastro John 0. Cutwater Arthur F. Tuthill 143 Arthur W. Finehout Howard D. Fraser Michael Peck Jack D. Rives Alton R. Sparks military science David P. Longacre Department Chairman Itt dental I hygiene Wadi I. Sawabini Department Chairman R. Bannister D. Faigel J. E. Farnham P. Haleblan M. Heininger P. L. Heininger M. F. Knight S. H. Lampert J. E. Marceau D. B. Montgomery P. M. Quinby M. G. Sheffield H. D. Slack J. F. Wark 146 Go-work with others. Learn what you have to offer, and what can be offered to you. Ponder how you give and receive. No man is a rock, for in words, sounds, and symbols, union is implied. In being with others— you attain the fullest humaness . . . The group receives its glory from the association of free identities. And when you freely associate the beauty of giving becomes real. i| In true giving you see yourself in all your seriousness and smiles and life. Yes, in every smile, every game there is a vital seriousness. For in the act of giving to others man takes an inch from time, a second from space. Because man has been forced to associate, he had learned that his strength— the association of free minds— and its fruit— a democratic society— wMl. I M. jfe JlLBSi_ 4i!jjH ■ ■ M 1 |H f r i 1 " L The only purpose of a liberal education is to make one ' s mind a pleasant place in which to spend one ' s leisure. Sydney Harris s.a. officers Row 1: J. Roser, J. Pearson. J. Fontenella, D. Modzelewski Row 2: M. E. Anderson, J. Moncsko. B. Johnson. P. Cusak 147 director of student activities Mr. David Bain billings center governing board Row 1: C. Eiser, L. DeForge, J. Pearson. Row 2: Captain Rives, G. Josephson. ■■PW " Wt a " ' I II ' 1 M frf r p: ' ■r W-v f ; ' JL t B V 148 men s residence hall assembly Row 1: B. Levis. C. Hoffman, B. Bottamini, J. Bickford, D. Carp Row 2: V. Hurlburt, J. Hood- ley, L. Stearns, K. Stufko. F. Leith. men s residence hall judiciary Row 1: K. Stufko, D. Ovitt, C. Hoffman. Row 2: D. Franzoni, R. Weiss men ' s residence hall council judiciary H m ■■■ 1 1 1 K " ' 1 Ml 1 n , m f 1 Sife 1 B mi Bifll li R. Gibbs, D. O ' Brren, E. VanAlstyne. D. Eddy. J. Cowan. J. Shepard president Theo Russell women s student government association V f house presidents Row 1: B Traverse, D. Smith, S. Fick, M. E. Anderson. D. Ainsworth Row 2: J. Twombley, M. Voghl. D. Arnold, M. Hen nessey, K. Haugen, S. Grodeska. Row 3: C. Eisert, T. Young, M. Jones, M. Amidon, M. Martin, N. Nelson. G. Hodge, S. Snowlmg 150 house fellows Row 1: L. Kilby, F. Robinson S. Vatalero. L. Kretchman Row 2: D. Wilcox. C. Sinos. G. Kaiser, M. Gibby, S. Colombo gf 4 . ' . v R. Newcomb, E. Bradsples 151 class of 1967 G. Lawson— President A. Brown— Vice President J. Kleinberg— Secretary C. Bacon— Treasurer 152 class of 1968 p. Malone— President J. Dedman— Vice President K. Toby— Treasurer D. Dooley— Secretary 153 class of 1969 B Anton— President B. Thompson— Vice President S. Weiss, Secretary 154 class of 1970 M. Mulhern— Secretary M. Williamson— Vice President W. Swartzbaugh Jr.— President 155 mortar board Row 1: J. Warren, N. Nelson. A. Lindly, S. Gorbis. Row 2: S Gibbons. D. Monti. M. Hennesy, C. Eisert. K. Jensen boulder society V :3ta Row 1; F. Brown. P. Gross. T. Mathews, T. Rowen Row 2: N. Rowland. G. Josephson, B. Leete. C. Lisman. P. Ambrose. 156 Row 1: M. Tell. M. Voghf, J. Stewart, S. Wynne, J. B. Montgomery, B. Goodsell, N. Rozendal, M. Tay- Bloom, C. Rosencrantz, R. Marotta. Row 2: N. Gear, lor, 8. Travers, N. Changaris Staff and sandal key and serpent Row 1: S. Bam, W. Librera, D. Colletti, J. Fontenella Row 2: V. Kellogg, D, Provost, W. VanAtten, R. Bloomenthal. E. Stutt. W. Mectianic 157 gold key Row 1: P Meyer. C. Hurst. R. Cabot, J. Betts, S. Kunken Row 2: B. Jacobs, R. Jerard, D. Webster, W. Geller. R. Martin. S. Leveston h sophomore aides Row 1: M. Moninger. L. Rodgers. P. Marvinney. C. Co chones. J. Scales. D. Clark Row 2: M. Whittiker, S. Norton, V. VanHouten, L. Jauck, N. Pecos, G. Dayle. Row 3: L. Fitzgerald. S. Spelbrink. B. Williams, N. Babcock, J. Knowlton, C. Frencti Row 4: A Looloian, S. Neylon, S. Weiss, D. Clayton, B. Pember, J. Wol- vington, J, Mills, 8. Thompson, Miss Dean, (advisor) 158 Clifton Price, Jr. John Smiarowski Michael LaPointe Jane Taylor Joseph H. Badgewick Alison L. Bristol Ruth K. Campagna Alison Craig Jerome Felsenstein Paul S. Flaxman Linda Graf Marsha Hopkins Alan E. Irwin Claire Kahkola David L. Matthews Bernard E. Newton Eloise A. Roberts Karen A. Salvoy Margaret J. Strait Martha J. Vincent Richard A. Weiss phi beta kappa alpha lambda delta Row 1: S. Postance, S. Andrews, J- Mullen. C. January Row 2: J- Milkey. M Pattee. D. Meaker 159 tau beta pi Row 1: M Norona. W. Butterfield, F. Gates, H. Maddoc- ks. G. Jackman. Row 2: W, King, J. Fineman, C. Mor an, G. Beardsley, D, Brown, W, Craig, H. McLeod, F. Sole, J. Beliveau. ( = alpha zeta f Row 1; P Bruns, E Barnard, R. Coleman, G. Smith, L. Clark. Row 2: R. Walker. G. Dunsmore. G. Wilcox, J. Farley, Dr. Wiggans (advisor), A. DuFresne. Row 3: A. Menut. P. Bristol, R. Foster, D. Baker, W. Nelson, G Smith, G Billings, H Willey. 160 a.s.m.e. american society of mechanical engineers. Row 1: D. Allen, W. Pluss, D. Paulus, M. Low, Prof. Duchacek (advisor), Row 2: F. Sole, S. Young G. Desany. G. Randall, J. Chevalier. aaS-Ca6a american society of civil engineers. Row 1: D. Trudell, B, Punnton. Prof. D. P. Fay (advi sor). 0. Swett. P. Mix. Row 2: P. Aldinger. A Hill, J. Belieau, H. Kelly. J. Fitton, E. Leonard. C. Wilson, M. Root, P. McGarry Row 3: P. Lane, C. Scribner, B. Uyer, B. Lanshing, E. Hamilton, B. Bates, J. Derochia. D. Cobb 161 L I F HHi mmb ' vH R |HHh ' ' . m S B BulH institute of electrical and electronics engineers Row 1: Prof. Hoilman. R. Houghton, H. Maddocks. C. ma, C. Mazzini, M. Blais, J. Harper, A. St Peter, C. Moran, D. Vanden Broek Row 2: K. Ketcham, N. Tho- Thompson, J, Fineman. society for the advancement of management Row 1: R Rudd. R. Levine. F, Patalano. P White, R. Pelsue Row 2: B Durgin, W Blakeman, R Boardman, D Mayland. 162 kake walk directors Nick Rowland Pete Ambrose Theodore Rowen J, Peitscher, secretary 163 ariel Ann Hoffman Editor Deborah Herron Associate Editor (Vlarsha Hitchcock Associate Editor Judy Peitscher Associate Editor Lois Senger Business Manager 164 Roy Julow, Advisor Sue Bacon Senior Section Joan Ketler Activities Section f " N Sandy Drake Faculty Section Lynn Tomasetti Fraternity Section 165 Peter Gross Sports Section ■ ■1 pan- hellenic council Row 1: J. Sherbert, S. Horr, L. Shildhaus. D. McMurray. J, Koledo. B. Taylor. A. O ' Brien. L. McKay. Dempsey, M. Huff, A. Mennier. B. Benton. Row 2: K. M. Stevens. T. Sullivan. C. Beck. J. Barber. C. Morrill inter - fraternity council Row 1: J. Zinn, G. Glynn. F. Brown. D. Provost, P. Gross Row 2: D DeVries. D. Kowen. D. Gauvreau, E. Norse, J. Soter. J. Cioty, B. Finger, J. Moullon 166 w.r.u-v. independent kake walk association J. Bomhower. W. Ballantyne. R. Hayden. B. Edwards, 8. Bissell 167 student law association J. Badgewick B. Lanpher E. Roberts P. Larsen A P-TKA speech honorary Row 1: D. Loizeaux, R. Goddard. N Danigelis. R Frost, S. Parker Row 2: G. Phillips. C. Lisman. R. Bullard. Prof. C. B. Huber. 168 L cynic ROW 1. M. Robinson. L. Shildhaus. A. Dupuis. ROW 2. R. Bloomenthal, R. Berk, G. Josephson. L. Blumenfeld 169 Vermont student movement Row 1: R Murphy, M. Burnham, F. Levine, C. Kent, C. Fuss Row 2: J- Kent, J. Mornonty. B, Lerner, M. Minsky. M, Furst, lawrence debate and discussion club Row 1: C Bigelow, N, Ingalls. R. Goddard. L Ander son, M, Vogel. 8. Tatler. S, Colombo, Row 2: G, Phil lips. 0. Loizeaux. C, Lisman. R. Frost. N, Danigelis. S, Parker, R. Bullard, Prof, H. Meyers Row 3: P. Sweeny, J. Ankeney, S. Bernardini, Prof, Welch, W, Wheeler. R, Gorden, Prof R, B, Huber 170 ceilidh M. Potwin. S. Minor, Mr. T. Comerford, S. McGaughen 171 outing club i. Crawford S. Goodell F, Steadman C. Rosencrantz women ' s recreation association D. Arnold N. Nelson C, Clark L. Andrews B. Cunningham 172 scope Row 1: E. Lippe, P. Covette. M. Baldini Row 2: E. Foye, S. Steinfort, J. Ross, M. Minsky departure Row 1: C Stimpson. J, Morriority, A. Clarke. Row 2: E. Lippe, M. Min- sky, A. Zimmerman, J. Watson 173 ski lodge association R, Schumacher. M. Weston, B Geller. D Arnold. B. Modzelewski student photography staff Row 1: S Parnes. J. Stable. A. Gouzoulis, S. Meyers. Row 2: R. Ro- binson, 8. Marshall, D. Franzoni 174 omicron nu Row 1: D. Bowen, J. Nystrom. K. Beck. Row 2: P. Jewett, B. Caldy, A. Lindly nursing student ' s council Row 1: A. Looloian. G. Hodges. J. Rousseau. Row 2: L. Andrews, R. Monteith, K. Brush, P. Moulton. 175 Vermont junior dental hygienists association Row 1: C. Brown, P. Wheeler, J. Stancliff, R. Lambert, D. Copeland, L. Anthony. Row 2: S. Hughes, D. Dur rett, D. Hutchins. B. Simpson. J. Marcy, D. Fortier. Row 3: N. Minard, S. Neylon. J. A|a, J. Munson, M. Williams, S. Gray, J. Thompson. A. Hawley, C. La- Monda, A. Lessard, N. Stearns. f%fW home economics club Row 1: S. Buchanan. S. Gray. C. Maniafty, L. Wood, C. Thomas, M. McNoll, Row 2: W. Walker. J. Mills. A. Lindley, R. Taylor. B. Travis. B. Maynes Row 3: N Allen. A. Renaud. L. Kushner, S. Graves. Dempsey, S. FIck, P. Howrigan, J. Nystrom. 176 cheerleaders Row 1: J. Bamman, N. Changaris. L. Carl- son, C. Burroughs Row 2: M. Moninger, S. Norton. J. Rousseau, A. Brown, A. O ' Brien majorettes Row 1: G. Horst Row 2: E. Greene. S. Snowllng. J. Bennett. V. VanHouten, E. Harvey Charlie catamount I Richard Baden 177 chorus orchestra 178 ethan alien rifles pershing rifles 179 ramicale francaise el circulo espanol 180 s.n.e.a. L. Johnson, C. Winters, M. Jones, S. Chickering. D. Godfrey history honor society G. Seymour, G. Law son 181 intervarsity christian fellowship christian science college association university christian association hillel 182 CO o u o t-l 1 c3 W O GQ -r- ACACIA ROW 1: C. Lillie, R. Todd. B. Pease. R. Lawson. D, Desautels. ROW 2: R Bolton, P. Wagner. D. Jacobs. W. Howard. R. Albee, J. Dennehey, W. Duke. ROW 3: H. Rochester. M Drown. P. Larson, E. Norse, E. Tarbell. C. Glenny, S. Morse. J Adams ROW 4: P Jones, R Stowell. P. Craig, R. Al bee. C. Parenteau, K. Bath. D. Brown. J. Moore, M. Moore, T. Wagner, D. Ross. nil acacia ROW 1: M. Gadue. A. Listen. C. Dalrymple. R. Todd, P. Kerr ROW 2: T. Douse. P. Keenan. P. Wagner, D. McLane. C. Chase. D. Kuhlmann. K. Hilliker. 185 Alpha Chi Omega t i mjk 0jf I •! »• ' •• Row 1: A Persons. J Seales. L. Jamieson. B. Mernam. P. Jones, K. Torrisi. V VanHouten. B. Thompson. B. Lacillade. Row 2: P. Dixon. N. Page. A. Looloin, J. Rene. R. Williams. K MacMurray. Mrs. Moulton, J. Bisaccia, S. Stanley, J. Taylor. C. Waterman. N. Scrizzi. S. Moses. I«6 A X a Row 1: S. Morrill. R. Maxant. J, Stewart. N. Garrand. D. Palm. C. Ad ams. J. Anderson. Row 2: A. Bristol. N. Grover, S. Patch, S. Heath. B. Luders. J. Newman, R. Channer. Ann Meunier, A. Gardner, M. McColl. A. Hoffman. Row 1: S. Schmutter. H. Harding, J. Allan, C. Moses. H. Kimball. S. McClenning, S. Worster. D. McBride. Row 2: P. Bourgea, W. VanAntwerp, C. Booth. C. Corbett. A. Mclntyre. M. L. Conant. L. Ellingwood. S. Saunders. C. Belock. M. O ' Connell. G. Rossi. 187 Alpha Delta Pi „j V ! -. X ' ' ' ' ' _ ROW 1: S. Snowling. K. Doherty. J. Sherbert. K. Richards. L. Marcy. E. Bookstaver, E. German. P. Weil. D. Hubert. T. Russell ROW 2: D. Cham bers. C. Sanderson. M. Hitchcock. A. Menard. M. Lombardo. S. Gibbons. Mrs. Aseltine. D. Birt. K. Christy. P. Vladich. J. Holmes. S. Firth. B. Clark. 188 AAn PLEDGES ROW 1: C. Stewart, D. Nordfors. R. Streeton. E. Ben- nett, L. Sctiarg. ROW 2: J. Reynolds. E, Hobbs. L. Gil- bert. A. Graham, K. Kiernan, M. Shorter, S. Stannard. ROW 3: C. Nordstrom, E. Quatt, J. Emmons. A. Can- gemi, M. Richardson. P. Cone. A. Malley. J. Aplmgton. fijf p ' -m : ' .: •J. - ROW 1: S. Norton. M. Roberts. J. Hansen. L. Weniger. D. Winn, B. Weeks. B. Montgomery. C. Rosencrantz. ROW 2: T. Sullivan. N. Peacos. J. Kai- ser. M. Huff. M. Taylor. N. Babcock. L, Jauck. M. Low, J. Gorman. C. Dalton. C. Munger. Missing: J. Manbeck. G. DeForge. N Partridge. S. Parker. D. Lyman. D. Hoffman. D. Foster. 189 Alpha Epsilon Phi ROW 1 . n -it ' j -.1 1 1 . y o rf wif , A ouhf driK, D. ijuf kb. H. Oremland, S. Feuer. ROW 2: F Walder, M. Bohrer. M. Tell. S. Gubbay, C. Schick. S. Rosen- baum. L. Schildhaus. C Wertheimer. J. Beeber, D. Fein. C. Fuss. L. Frank. S. Strassburg. 190 AE$ PLEDGES ROW 1: S. Kaplan. A. Siegel. R. Mac. N. Leach. J. Bond, G. Stem, ROW 2: E. Schultz. . Axelrod, J. Bronheim, R. Warheit. C, Spdz. L Adier. L. Zimmer. -A r4 ROW 1: B Pack. L. Hilfman. Mrs. MacGregor. J. Levine. R. Stem. ROW 2: E, Werner. E. Rogers, K. Jessop, C. Smith. N. Warsawer. B. Bergman. N. Kramer. J, Bloom. C. Eisert. S. Grossman. 191 AEn ROW 1: G. Perm, B. Levin. D. Dykulsen, R. Shrier, M. Patachnick. ROW 2: R. Evans, C. Jacobs. M Weiss. G, Breger. D. Kempner. M. Sherman. 0. Royce. 192 Alpha Epsilon Pi ROW 1: J Brown, M. Sherman. V. Kellogg. J. Perlmutter, R. WIenstein. D. Usdan. ROW 2: M. Hoffman. C Brown, A. Moss. F. Resnick. M. Lowen- stein. 8. Uminsky, A. Bullock ROW 3: F. Baker. R. Adams. S, Greenfield. R. Gordon. W. Meezan. L. Alter, L. Hurst, M. Keller ROW 4: M. Burwick. A. Miller, S. Friedlander, M. Epstein, T Hunt, L. Roth, B. Platzek, M. Felt, P. Rosenblum. S. Winer. L. RIssin. 193 Row 1: L. Clark. J. Lindley, M. Ricciardi. J. Scott. G. Wilcox Row 2: P. Hurd. W. Scott. H. Willey. W. Smith. Row 3: M. Bovin. D. Walker. C. Gage. Mrs. Franklin. J. Moulton. W. Nelson. A. Dusfresne. J. White. Row 4: N McClure. C. Billings. L. French, R. Walker. D. Bal- lard. B Nelson. L. Myott. R. Foster. N. Knapp. Row 5: R, Gothlei J. Farley, P. Bruns. S. Slaton. E. Woodhouse. R. Pratt. C. Clark, k Palmer. 194 ATP pledges John Cavoretto Fred Cook Raymond Dyke Richard Frantz Steven Hoyf Neil Knapp Jack McFarland Frank Persons Ed Pillsbury David Partington Dennis Roberts Timothy Stanley 195 ATfl ROW 1: L. Austin. J. Mitchelldes, L. Stowell. T. Ryan. W. Thetlord. W. Raban. ROW 2: K. Kearns. D. Chase. D. Hammond. W. Finger, Mrs. Lust, T. Armbrecht. ROW 3: R. Powers, J. Longtin, R. Doyle, S. Robinson, J. Sfrifert. F. Turner. F. Ober. S. Hendrickson, D. V. Broek. 196 Alpha Tail Omega PLEDGES ROW 1: K. Pillsbury, J. Ryan, R. Grant. J. Keeler. J. Brisson ROW 2: R. Reay. E. Murray. D. Aiken, T. Hettinger. M. DIemer. 197 Delta Delta Delta ' 5 C ft ■ ) u ,0 ROW 1: K Dyer. J. Gordon. C. Thull. S. Fick, K. Halpin, J. Herlihy, C. Love- less. R. Marotta. ROW 2: D. Dempsey, P. DiGiovanna. I. Staro. C. Orr. S. eaty, Mrs. Fifield. S. Bacon, A. Reardon. D. Hall. N Behan, L. Tomasetti, B. Griggs. 19D fJl pl i iA iVA pn U t i -- V ., yX. i.. t t, K PLEDGES ROW 1: P. Cibulskis, B. Byers, D. Morgan, P. Shay, M Mcintosh, M. Stein, B. Tatler, D. Fricke, J. Eliott. ROW 2: N Feyerelsen, C. Casavaw, T. Treiber, P. Holland. J. Bettes, C. Adams, S. Pitt, M. Meares. A. Stokes, I. Brown, C. Harrington. ROW 1: C. Wesoly. L. Brownell. M. McKenzie. C. Layman, K. Tepper. B. Pember. G. Ainsworth, J. Lazar. ROW 2: J. Vaughan. F. Story. J. Steven- son. C. Carter. L. Senger. M. Heyer. A. Hawley, J. Pearson, S. Neylon, M. Stevens. J. Rousseau. 199 A - Row 1: B Wagor, D. Fitts. D. Colletti. P. Tesoni. J. Hynes. B. Hutchin son Row 2: F. O ' leary. S. Morse, R. Williams, J. Howe, 8. Coughlin, J Brock, M Strassburg. K. King, J. TafI, Row 3: B. Miller, T, Bitler, S. Davis, J Klode, Mrs. Young, D. Wixson, R. Merriam. Row 4: F. Brown, C. Uihlein. F. Mayo, K, Gelusa, J. Schwartz, R, Squire. H. Uihlein, S. McCleod. P. Nolan, B. Schmidt, L. Roy, A. Seaman, D. Smith, R. Le- vins. 200 DELTA P SI pledges Howard Aiken Brian Cochran Brian Dorsch Thomas Dunham Clark Eaton William Fitzgerald Bart Frisbie Charles Goodrich Bert Hammett George Kallechy Raymond Kirk George Kuntz Peter MacConnell William Monseko Richard Mullaney Douglas Moore Robert Sanicki 201 Gamma Phi Beta ROW 1: M. Hopkins. B. Hazen. C. Thomas. D. Copeland. ROW 2: P. Short. C. Norvick. L. Keppleman. G. Seymour. M. Hennessey. L. MacKay. S. Judd. W. Turfboer. G. Ouelletfe. Missing; P. Hammond :i02 PLEDGES ROW 1: S. Heineinger, J. Bass, S. Spaulding. ROW 2: S. Buchanan, I. Root, A. Renaud. J. Stanley. Missing: J. O ' Donnell, S. Grey, M. Keller. ROW 1: C. Maniatty, M. Cross, D. Godfrey, S. Sessions, K. Smith. ROW 2: A. O ' Brien, K. West, C. Walker, M. McNeil, J. Clark, M. Brisbin. M. Fowler. E. Farrell, J. Carpenter. 203 KA@ ROW 1: V. Greene. P. Donnelly. J. Yandow. C. Watt, E, Harvey. ROW 2: M. Sisselman. C. Chase, S. Getzoff. C. Nelson. J. Bamman. M. Wool. M. Leddy. ROW 3: S. Browne, B. Lensing, C. Berkhout, L. Nastov. B. Brown. B. Black. A. Chodorow, J. Berkowitz. C. Cronm. N. La- mont. S. Hodgins. fftrftf f ROW 1: J. McMullen, G, Horst. A. Brown, N. Kir kendall. K. Paltee. Betsy Ahr. D. Baraw, S. Horr. ROW 2; M. Parker, J. Lull, B. Benton, J. Pearson, P. Dun ham, B. Gannon. J. Peitscher, K. Snyder. B. Abbott. C, Beck. J. Moncsko. 201 Kappa Alpha Theta ROW 1: P. Marvinney, J. Bennett, J. Dennis, D. Duley, M. Wloniger, A. Lo- iselle, N. Schocken, J. Barber. ROW 2: N. Bathgate, M. Sisson. L. Lannon, S. Shelley. B. Bigelow, Mrs. Peters. M. Pdterson. C French, S. Stewart, C. Gadoci. C. Corsonnes, P. Stankevich. 205 KL Kappa Sigma 206 ■ Row 1: A. Petetre. M. Donahue. F Mazanec, J. Culhane. D. LaLime, T. Mackin. D. Kronin. Row 2: T. Daigneault, J. Hams, L. Sheflott. E. Faye. T. Row- land, D. Martin. J. Bandes, P. Gianacoples. Row 3: A. Acorsi, M. Conley, R. MacDonough, W. Drozen- ski, S. VuKovich, W, VanBennekum, A. Williamson, G. Abbott. J. Sullivan, J. Soldane. R, Alexander. A. Sardonis. 207 Lambda Iota ROW 1: P. Hart, M Root, D. Brochu ROW 2: P. Bristol, D, Trudell, D. DeVries. L. Velez. D. Rouisse, B. Villemaire ROW 3: D Holland. D. Holton, B. Stewart. T. Adams. A, Cummings. P. Laramie. B. Fous. 208 AI ROW 1: D Tiernan, A Austin. T. Trudell. K. Delaney. R. Viens. ROW 2: N. Africa. D. Hiendel. M. Cote. T. Bryant. B. Castle. J. VanBenthuysen. ROW 3: T Shea. T. Burnett. G. McNaughton, C. Gabriel, J. Watson, J. Gilctirlst. R. Thompson. D. Martin. 209 brothers Frederick Chioffi Reginald Rhodes Jeffery Zinn James Galllpo Henry Wellman Robert Nadler Edwin Young John Vesey Eric Skinner Paul Leake Frederick Gates Douglas Provost David Ely Wayne Parenteau John Gllman Kenneth Morey Steve Broderick Lilonel Carbonneau Spencer Pratt Phillip Steckler Ronald Windsor Ronald Allen Kent Haskin Peter Meyer Roger Feuss Bradley Talbot Edwin Congdon Hod Palmer Jack Warner Richard Baker Douglas MacDougal Gary Spooner Arthur Morrill Eugene Yarnchak Peter Doyle Thomas Fitzpatrick Michael Robert Chris Abel Lance Ortman Henry Trojanowski Douglas Roylance George VanTassel Gregory Joseph Richard Agnew Curtis Carter Charles Archibald Eugene Manfredi Timothy Nesbet Victor Romano David McKinney Paul Ryan Stephen Douglas 210 e pledges Row 1: Peter Durand. John Miller. David. Tenney. James. Davine, Jeffry Ely Row 2: Stephen. Kevin. Austin. Douglas Eddy. Brooks. McCabe. Gregory Darling. 211 $MA officers ROW 1: J. Bessette, B. Fay. J. Robertson, H. Nelson, L. Lyon, B. Nelson. D. Hutchinson. ROW 3: R. Frechette, R. Baldwin, J. Lewis. R. Clark. M ROW 2: C Thompson. D. Goldberg. P. Bnere. R. Harngan. N Vreeland. Barbien. R. Kershner, D. Schneider. L. Howe. 212 Phi Mil Delta ROW 1: G. Beyea, R. Yandow. 213 ROW 1: E. Haimowitz. S. Bell, R. Fain, K. Berger, L. Prosnit, J. Diamond, J. Pasackow. ROW 2: P Roberts. R. Wexler, R. Colton, J. Barash, J, Wein- traub, D. Goldberg. ROW 3: R. Segal. E. Glass. T. Hayes, A. Rice, N. Bak- er, A. Diamond. R. Polish. H. Javin. J. Rudolph. . f Phi Sigma Delta 214 $LA PLEDGES ROW 1: B. Feinberg, R. Politzer, B. Levine. J. Berger, R. Gibson, J. Rapoport, R. Greenman. ROW 2: K. Marshall. S. Bender, E. Phillpson, S. Magid, J. Lerer, R. Warner. J. Schectman, P. Schulman. B. Yafs. ROW 1: B. LIsman. W. Mait, W. Warner. J. Ettlinger. W. Furman. M. Oland ROW 2: S. Leveston, B. Iselin. J. Aronson. J. Meyer, R. Richter, R. Kabat. F. Schlapp. S. Kunken, J. Perl. 215 Pi Beta Phi Row 1: S Nestler. B. Goodsell. S. Wynne, P. Capron, C. Gales. J. Fes- senden, Row 2: D. Meyer, J. Steff. S Weiss. C. Cochones. J. Mills, S. Spellbrink, L. Williams, J. Stroman. Row 3: L. Wenz, J. Knowlton, M. Caccavo, N. Nicholson, M. Whittaker, J. Smith. D Clayton, N. Terrien, J. Wolvington, M. MacQueen. 216 n B $ Row 1: S. Vogt, K. Sorrel. J, Bonin. J. Bruce. C. Aldridge. Row 2: P Spaulding. V, Van- deventer. L. Bartholomew, L, Hawkins. G. Wilson. K. Leonard. Row 3: M. Williams. C. Pixley. J. Church. C. Scott. B. Schmidt. L. Johnson. M. Mulhern, Row 1: v. Hall. M. Vogt, M. Jessup. S. Mahoney. K. Jensen. J. Koledo. Row 2: C. Kahkola. L. Fardelman. A. Lindley. Mrs. Waterman. D. Mon ti. L. Burnap. B. Purda. J. Ellenson. Row 3: M. Anderson. B. Wright. N. Baldwin, L. Monti. B. Hamilton. S. White. J Warren. R. Taylor. G. Full- er, B. Hall, G. Campbell. 217 L A E Row 1: T Jacobs. W. Ferritter, D. Livingston, J. Nixon, C. Bacon, D. Sails, B. Ooubleday, D. Striker, Row 2: J. Patterson, R. Chantreil, R. O ' Connor. D. Bard, T. Abernafhy, D. Donnelly, R. Kowen, R. Wardwell, D. Patterson. Row 3: P Nowlan. R. Borger, S. Moreau. J. Herrod. G. Gylnn, E. Perry. J. Sutpen. G. Wnghtson. D. Campbell. F. Pravata, G. Passage, T. Merritt, D. Trowbridge. 218 pledges Nathaniel Bacon Christopher Bond Thomas Cook Kenneth Harrington Robert Heilman George Hubbard Robert Fairbanks Lawrence Kelly John Lawrence F. Grahm Luckenbill Harry Marvin John McMullen Thomas Mills Theodore Michel John Pool David Powell David Palmer Ronald Pravata Rick Schmidt Richard Sherwin Dave Stone Robert Valachos George Verret Tiarry vonHolt Jeffry Wallin Russell Watson James Yates Steve Yudicky M9 .sm.. Row 1: T. Ciardi. B Mossman. R. Hadecka. J. Hymen. C Tobey, W Wolfe Row 2: J. Liable. R. Cooke. S. Longe, A Economou. J Semler. M. Pietch. W Phelps. Row 3: K. Hayes. J. Stroker. Miss Woodbury. T. Mills. R. Hilchens, W Lawrence. F L. Parkhurst. Row 4: R Schroeder, R. McLean. D. Mills. J. Cole. R. Tice. J. Kuh- man. W. Williamson. R. Zissler. R, Linde. W. Crudo. C. Quigley, Row 5: R. Brown. P. Ambrose. D. Maglans. D. Rowe. 220 L N pledges William Laufer James Stowell Richard Simmonds Peter Drizzie Jep Burdoch Chris Harris Steve Lane Chris Field Link Reggie William Baker James Seder William Handcock Ronald Gargano David Maloney Peter Anderson Walter Kelley Thomas Cioci George Kreiner Bruce Eckert Donald Tenny Brian McNeary Jerry Harston Robert Mellsrom John Stark Douglas Arnold 221 L Row 1: J Osmond, R. Jerard. E. Bauer, P. Freeman, R. Whittier, R. Moll. G, Smith, D. Schermerhorn Row 2: T. Lozen, J. Meyer, L. Llewellyn, P. Gross, Presi dent, W. Perry, R, Miller, Row 3: P Coleman. R, Edel- mann, M McMorrow. R. MacKenzie, D. Crane, P. Guay, J. Freeman, P. Foote. R. Johnson, C. Loomis, J. Mainlen, J. Fontanella, E. Hollister. 222 ' Sigma Phi nr " pledges Joseph Besso Joseph Bigger Jeremy Dakin David Edsall Cornelius Granai 111 Joseph Lovett Robert Orr Anthony Otis Steven Sperlick Jeffery Willis Bruce Wilson 223 SIGMA PHI EPSILON Row 1: R Beck, J. Wood. S Bain, R, Dombal, J. Beliveau, R. Corneille, R. Farnham, Row 2: H. Bassi. R Hill, D. Madzelewski. F. Palmer, J Beldon, J. Rulledgem, T. Landemann, R Albertolh, W. Lichter, Row 3: J. Kinsey. M. Lee, J Nefzger, R. Tinervin, J. Berry. T Hale, J. O ' Neil, D. Teeters, P. Simpson, M. Gibson, TJ Hammer. Row 4: J. Cornish, B. Latelle, A. Shultheis. M. Collins P. Blum. D. Shumate. T. Joslin, R. Gilbert, D. Easter, P. Sullivanj C. Burrows, J. Ackerly. B. Ketchum L (D E pledges William Anderson Stanton Bean Raymond Bueb Niel Christiansen Ernest Davis Lyman Edds James Good James Grace Robert Greenlee William Kittredge Mathew Kleeman Ronald Metzger William Nielson David Ordway David Phillips James Reynolds Colin Seeling Stevenson Waltien William Watkinson Harry Willard John Woodhull Steven Yanagi 225 TE$ ROW 1: P Simon, R. Hellman, G. Josephson, B. Rosen, F. Finkel- stem ROW 2: M. Bellovin. G. Hughes, B. Sivin, S. Shapiro, D. Rapp, M. Heble, J. Rosenberg. ROW 3: M. Stem, A. Abelson, S. Schron, J. Harrison, R. Weinstock, I. Mandell, S. Winter, F. Sills. 226 Tau Epsilon Phi ROW 1: A Glanberg. D Pearson. ROW 2: S. Ander- son. P Danziger. ROW 3: S. Doherty, L. Schlarman, ROW 4: R. Dahlin. 227 0X ROW 1: E. Blanchard. M. Blaise. F. Gieoutowski. J. Whitney. ROW 2: J. Dick, S. Garland. P. Rising. F Michaud, J. Leonesio. D. Snyder. ROW 3: G. Pahl. R. Werner, J. Hayes, C. Windus, B. Whitney. S! t IS ft ' » Ik iJ K A 228 Theta Chi ROW 1: M. Alexander, P. Hams, P. Sweeney. I. Farnsworth, M. Lanoue. ROW 2: D Miller, B. Paquin, R. Lorett, K Barrett. 229 There ' s a breathless hush in the Close to-night- Ten to make and the natch to win— A bumping pitch and a blinding light, An hour to play and the last man in. And it ' s not for the sake of a ribboned coat, Or the selfish hope of a season ' s fame. But his Captain ' s hand on his shoulder smote— Play up! play up! and play the game. " A . 4 A It ' s more than a game. It ' s an institution. % r " 3 4 The benefits of competition are not always shown in a list of victories and defeats, but rather in the men who work together as a team. " For when the One Great Scorer comes To write against your name, He marks— not that you won or lost— But how you played the game. Alumnus football • r yv ' i J To set the cause above renown, To love the game beyond the prize, To honour, while you strike him down. The foe that comes with fearless eyes: To count the life of battle good, And dear the land that gave you birth. And dearer yet the brotherhood That binds the brave of all the earth. football UVM 35 AlC 12 UVM 14 UCONN 10 UVM 7 MAINE 52 Coach Clifford The offense goes to the air 231 Bob Mitchell-LITTLE ALL AMERICAN FIRST DOWN! 3: 7 " " 232 The coaching staff UVM 21 URI Shumate throws UVM 32 UVM 43 UNH NORWICH 24 Mitchell catches UVM 21 UVM 27 U MASS MIDDLEBURY 27 3 TOUCHDOWN. 233 The offense is set to go. Animal instinct 234 Joe Soldano - WIIM %mM ™pKy -.-y »,. ,1, " ' •C ' 2L »_ • t 1 soccer Jack Semler goes after it. HALL GREGG Yankee Conference Coach Of The Year r = UVM 4 UVM 4 UVM 1 U CONN 1 URI 2 NORWICH Gary Smith UVM 1 U MASS John Hilton . . . stops another? 237 3 ' 1»% H i ■i i UVM ' s All State Goalie John Hilton OUCH. UVM 3 UNH 1 UVM MIDDLEBURY 1 UVM 4 UNION UVM 1 U MASS UVM 2 ST. MIKES 1 UVM 7 MAINE Y A N K E E C N F E R E N C E UVM ELIZABETHTOWN 2 UVM 2 LYNCHBURG 1 Bill Burling VERMONT SOCCER Vt v5 UCof.Ni Vt 3 vj UNH 1 Vt 1 vs Mam o Vr4 V. URI a Vt o v» Mibd i Vt i v» 5t. M.tts i Vt 1 v» Norwich o Vt 4 vt Union o Vt 7 vi Maine o . . A t1 P I N S RECCf C .■ i i rA a. ?; NCAA ATLANTIC COAST TOURNAnENT Nov. 11-19 Vr O V4 t L12 ABET h TOWM 2 Vt 2 v» LvfrfCMtJuftG 1 Gc LS fm0i ti . " 239 UVM swims to a 7-2 record this year. UVM 61 NORWICH 34 UVM 58 HOLY CROSS 37 UVM 54 McGILL 37 Coach Les Leggett and his cocaptams 240 swimming ■ ■■ 11 ■ ■■:,r ' jB...Ki _ll H 1 ■ ■ Hi B M ■ mH ' ' fl B ' Z = S:: ■JITT ■ urn v rii vB ' i ■ ■rj HLJLI r ' ' HIIM B l «««.■ i M Frank Resnick UVM 44 PLATTSBURG STATE 51 UVM 52 U MASS 43 UVM ' s Medley Relay— Dave Strieker, John Cole, Pete Gross, Tom Mills. Les and his team. 241 Practice UVM 56 UNION 48 UVM 43 U CONN 52 UVM 53 NORWICH 42 UVM 57 SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS 29 and more practice . . . makes a winning team Practice iJjrijJJ ' ■■: • J 5 . imiiiiii ski ' ■ ' f A John Sutphen " machine " CARDINAL RELAYS UVM 3rd place 72 pts. 1 1 vr? Jim Harrod will captain next years team 243 basketball Coach Loche and his captain Bruce Hanna i ' f. ' ' a Bill Libera 244 UVM 40 DARTMOUTH 45 UVM 51 U MASS 71 UVM 63 AMHERST 77 UVM 86 MIDDLEBURY 65 UVM 91 BOWDOIN 60 UVM 60 PLATTSBURGH 65 (OT) UVM 86 LOYOLA 59 UVM 49 U CONN 58 Russ ••Skull " Boardman UVM 74 UNH 100 UVM 67 MAINE 96 UVM 90 MAINE 84 UVM 70 U CONN 99 Dave Lapointe St Mikes took two this year. Dave goes up for ? I ■pep talk " UVM 56 URI 92 UVM 74 UNH 101 UVM 51 U MASS 64 UVM 77 NORWICH UVM 59 SPRINGFIELD UVM 64 URI 66 62 77 247 Two more for Bill UVM 78 ST. MIKES 96 UVM 87 ST. LAWRENCE 85 UVM 91 MIDDLEBURY 75 UVM 70 ST. MIKES 95 UVM 70 BOSTON U. 63 UVM 79 MIDDLEBURY 75 UVM 76 NORWICH 74 Pete Meyer heads up ice. hockey Face off at the blue line. I iX tMMi Dick Squire: Jim Brock: Chip Uhlien: Bob Schnieder: Ozzie Swett: Paul Dorsey. The bench. Chip takes a pass. UVM 2 BROWN 16 UVM 2 NORWICH 7 UVM 2 HAMILTON 3 UVM 3 AlC 8 UVM 1 UNH 6 UVM 2 UNH 3 UVM 12 U CONN 3 UVM 3 MIDDLEBURY 9 UVM 1 WILLIAMS 6 250 UVM 2 SALEM STATE 4 Jim Cross COACH An afternoon practice session 1 1 IHH II » m M UVM 4 BOSTON STATE 2 UVM 2 SALEM STATE 3 UVM 5 U MASS 6 UVM 5 AMHERST 4 UVM 4 UNH 7 UVM 6 U CONN 3 UVM 2 COLBY 7 UVM 2 MIDDLEBURY 10 UVM 2 NORWICH 3(0T) Defense was necessary at times. 252 skiing COACH STONE AND THE UVM SKI TEAM o. ' ? a. Q , 253 track Archie Economo Archie Post COACH OF TRACK 254 Jim Dedman Ed Childs 255 ij Rich Kabot Yankee Conference Polevault Champion Richie Dombol 256 tennis Guy Cheng and his netmen UVM 1 ST. LAWRENCE 8 UVM 9 UNH UVM 5 MIDDLEBURY 4 UVM 6 URI 3 UVM 6 MIDDLEBURY 3 UVM 6 UNION 3 257 Bruce Hanna Paul Ryan Capt. Laddie Cook 258 golf UVM WILLIAMS UVM 1 BOWDON UVM MIDDLEBURY UVM 4 MIDDLEBURY STATE CHAMPIONS VERMONT. Art Imes one up Hh : ART SHIELDS Capt. LLOYD HIER BOB NADLER 7 6 7 3 % i u . u i i v5 - .■i-c . 259 HIT! Ralph and his captain Rich Aldrich. 260 baseball John Packard scoops one up. Ralph and Dave iitSH y(r - w- ' wnrniamaini 261 D-,,. 1 n -tg gQgs gfjg g l lgh Qj g " •4ji .4 • l w SA ¥ " jufi(,j ' ,vj(iie(«ri n.e I 56th Southern Trip UVM 4 U of RICHMOND 1 UVM U of RICHMOND 2 UVM 1 U of RICHMOND 3 UVM 2 NAVAL ACADEMY 1 UVM 9 CATHOLIC U. 2 UVM 5 VILLANOVA 7 UVM 8 COLOUMBIA 9 UVM 8 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 6 262 Bill Leete Dave Wayne 263 264 M H HMHB HMII nHHHMHHHar 03 CD CO m«w«aDncnsw«HH« O Let the individual know the outside world more and thus know himself better. Let him study other cultures to understand his own more fully. Let him perceive the earth by studying space, order by studying anarchy, real life by studying drama. Let him learn about power and art and nature and history and then perceive man. Let him set himself apart from his specialized field and in this way see it more totally. Let the individual expand his area of activity with the thought of improving his specialized field rather than sacrificing it. Let him join groups with the thought of developing his individuality rather than losing it. H " i ii ianmT wwwnnmiinu ' vww ■ W ■ ■ ■ 111 I IHW II II ■ ■MMXXii ■ ■ ■■ »■ ail ■ a— -! ' ■ ' ■ tmt M I p 1 jB f i 1 i 1 1 i-ii 1 l il Be crh Ktiiicr Ahbott North I ' laiiifield, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Sociolog) ' Kappa Alpha Theta C;eorge Alherl Abbott W ' liilf liivtT JiiiiC ' lioM, N ' erinoiit Arts and Sciences Si cioloi; ' Kappa Si nia Anne Christine Adams North Ik ' lhiiiirf, New York Kducalion and Nursing Nursini; Alpha C:hi Omega Elizabeth Ahr Westerly, Khode Island F.ducation and Nursing Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Judith Ann Aja Essex Junction. Vermont Dental Hygiene Judith Kouise Allard Kutland. ' erniont Arts and Sciences Zoology Roger Neal Allbee NewTane. ' ermont Agriculture and Home Econ Agricultural Economics Acacia Ronald Alan lll»e Hrookline, ' ennoiit Agriculture and Home Ec. Foreign Service Agriculture Acacia I , Ul Arthur Allen North C aklwell, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Economics Delta Psi Judith Allen W ' inooski, Vermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Peter Ambrose Fairfield. Connecticut Arts and Sciences Industrial Management Sigma Nu Donald Peter Anderson St. Albans. Vermont . gricultnre and Home Economics Poultr Science Marilyn . nderson Exeter, New Hampshire Arts and Sciences Latin Pi Beta Phi John Cleorgc . ngelis Rutland. ' ermont Technology P ' .lectrical Engineering Phi Mn Delta Jeanne Mary . ngu.s Fleminglon, New Jersey . griculture and Home Economics Child Development Richard A. .■ rbelter .Vulinmdale, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Zoology Suzanne Elaine Bacon llillsdule. New Jcrsry Arts and Sciences Psychology Delta Delia Delta Jusepli llaroUl Badf euick Hntlund, Vermont Arts and Sciences 1 1 istorv— Political Science Tbiimus Henry Armbreclit Washington. New Jersey Arts and Sciences Industrial Management Alpha Tail Omega Har ild Albert Armstrong Jr. C ortlaiKl. New York Arts and Sciences Commerce and Economics i Arthur Arunsoii Brighton, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Commerce and Economics Bonnie Louise Auserelil Huiitmgton. New York Education and Nursing French Larry Edward Austin " ergennes, Vermont Technology Mechanical Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Curtiss Slow Bacon Kailua. Hawaii rts and .Sciences History -Political .Science Sigma .Vlpha Epsilon Delia Apple Bailey Rutland. X ' cnnoiit Arts and Sciences Speech Dennis J. Baker Brattleboro, Vermont Agriculture and Home liconomics Agriculture Neil L. Baker Newton Highlands, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Sigma Delta Nancy Mae Baldwin Charlotte, Vermont . rts and Sciences Psychology Pi Beta Phi Donna Baraw Stowe, V ' ermont Agriculture and Home Economics Clothing and Textiles Kappa .Mpha Theta Sandra Clough Batease Stamford, Vermont Arts and Sciences Mathematics William Earl Bates .Morrisville, Vermont Technology Civil Engineering Jean M. Battles East Montpelier, Vermont rts and Sciences Hislorv George dcSille Beardsley arron Township. Niw Jersey Technoloi Meeliaiiical Kngineeriiig Catlilyn A. Beck Summit, New Jersey Af riciilture and Home Keoiioniies Home Kcoiiomics kappa Alpha Thela Mikell Ann Beckley South Ryegate, Vermont Education and Nursing Klementary Education Judv 1. Beeher BniokKu, New York Education and Nursing I luniariities Alpha Epsilon Phi Nancy Pciplawski Behan Winooski. Vermont Agriculture and Home Economies Clothing and Textiles Delta Delta Delta Maurice John Belden Jr. Danhy. Vermont Arts and Sciences Mathematics Sigma Phi Epsilon Cliarlotle S. Bell Hutland, N ' ermonI Education and Nursing Elementary Ediualion James CI. Bellino Burlington, Vermont Arts and Sciences Psyclioliigy HoluTl Josopli Bender Hiitland. W ' rmoiil Arts uiid Sciences Economics Si 4iM.i lplia ICpsilon Betsey Stewart Benton Vergennes, Veniiunt Arts and Sciences S()ciolos; Kappa Alpha Thfta Richard Berk BrooklsTi, New York Arts and Sciences Psychology Tau Epsilon Phi Marjorie Ann Berkowitz Nt ' York. Nfw ' ork Arts and Sciences Speech Bemadette Ann Berthiaume Swanton, X ' erniont Agricjiltiire and Home Economics Home Economics Education Francis Jerome BigeU w Bellows Falls. Vermont Education and Nursing Education John Thomas Birckhead Jr. East illislon. . cw York . rts and Sciences Political Science Diane Elizabeth BIrt Darien, Connecticut Education and Nursing Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Curul Ann Hosan |ne( Canton, Massacluisetts Education and Nursing Nursing George Merrill Boslier North Bellinore. New York Arts and Sciences I ' sych(jlogy Delta Fsi Steven J. Blackwell New York, New York ils and Sciences Holany Susan Blau Woodinere, New York Kducation and Nursing liducation E. Russell Boardman Mattapoisett. Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Economics Delta Psi Keith Allan Bohne Burlington, Xennonl Agriculture and Home Economics Botanv Marjorie Jane Bolirer Great Neck, New York Edu cation and Nursing Elementarv Education Alpha Epsilon Phi Susan Jill Koriskin Burlington. X ' cnnonl Education and Nursing Elementary Education Snellen Bolsford Koese ille, New York Arts and Sciences History— Political Science Bruce Bovenizer VAvn Rock, New Jersey Arts anil Sciences Banking and Finance Kappa Sigma Diana Sue Bowen Hydeville. Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Home Economics Education Susan Jane Bowers North Troy, Vermont Education and Nursing English William Robert Boyd Bloomficld. New Jersey Arts and Sciences Marketing Theta Chi Norman Joshua Boydcn Burlington. ' ermont Arts and Sciences Psychology Theta Chi Edward Bohan Bradstreet Cheshire. Cionnecticut Arts and Sciences Mathematics Mary Thorp Brady Barre. Vermont Arts and Sciences Psychology Roniii Sue Brambier Vcstl) ' ur . New York Education and Nursing ElenuMitary Education Alpha Kpsilon Phi David Charles Brassard So ith Burlington, Vermont Education and Nursing English Keith Forest Brewster Burlington. N ' ernioiit Technology Mechanical Engineering Alison Louise Bristol Bristol, Vermont Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Mplia Chi Omega Ann Rav-mond Brown Evanston, Illinois Education and Nursing Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Carol Ann Brown Danville, Vermont Dental Hygiene Frediricli B. Brown Woonsocket. BhcKJc Island Arts and Sciences ( :heinislry Delia I ' si Bichard Lawrence Brown Yonkers, New York Arts and Sciences History Sigmu Nu Katherinc Liiraiia Brush liddli ' l)iiiA, X ' criniiiil Education and N ' ursint; N ' lirsiiiij Barbara L. Bryant Manchester, Vermont Arts and Sciences EngHsh Mason D. Brvant III Hallonell. Maine Arts and Sciences Philosophy Sigma Alpha Epsilon Robert Bullard Barre, Vermont Arts and Sciences Speech Allan Howard Bullock New York, New York . rts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Epsilon Pi Ka .Mary Burbank Jericho, Wrniont Arts and Sciences Mathematics Sharon Burke Rutland, N ' erniont Agriculture and Home Economics Home Economics Education Lucy Jane Bumap Pelham, New York Agriculture and Home Economics Child Development Pi Beta Phi . ' aen Mary ' . Biirnham N ' orlhfielil. V ' tTiiiont Arts iiiul Scifiices llistorv— SiK ' i()I()i; ' Mark Steven Buruick Meriden, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Epsilon PI Laurence Bussin South Orange, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Delta William Forrest Buttcrfield Springfiekl. Vermont Technology Electrical Engineering Lois Button ( helsea, V ' ermont Agriculture and Home Economics Home Economics Education Jesse L. Byock Montclair, New Jersey Arts and Sciences History Sigma Nu 4 Gavlen L. ( ;nn{)l ctl Stateii Islaiul, New York Education and ' irsing History Pi Beta Phi Pt ' tt ' i ' J;m ( augemi South Turlington. Vermont Arts and Sciences Pre-Medical John A. Carlson Trumbull, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Thomas Robert Carlson South Ryegate, Vermont Education and Nursing English David Francis Carpenter Ludlow, Massachusetts .• rts and Sciences Botany Candice T, Carter Delmar. New York Arts and Sciences Zoology Delta Delta Delta Joan Carter Bellows Falls, Vermont Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Audrey Casella Rutland, Vermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Carol Ann Canter Kew Clardeu Hills, Ne« ' York Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha P psilon Phi Barbara ( ' lerkin Capron South Hin ' liiii;ton, X ' ermout Education and Nursing French K.ippa lpha Thcla John J. Cassidy l,(iwt-ll, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Economics Delta Psi Betsy B. C:aiiKlilin Biirhngtun. N ' eniioiit Education and Nursing English Sandra Johnstone Cerutti Barre, Nrnnoiit Arts and Sciences Sociolon) ' Kcnier Frederick Chainlreuil Pittsford, New York Arts and Sciences Zooloji) Sigma Aljjha Epsiln Roherta II. (Ihanner hitesboro. New York Arts and Sciences S( l ' ir)lt)t; Alpha ( :hi Omega Constance Rita Chapman Willislon, ' enMi)iit Tcc-lmolog) ' Medical Technology Louise Chiirlrand New Hyde Park, New York Arts and Sciences Speech Donalil Arthur Chase Itrattleboro. ernionl Srts and Sciences History Mpha Ta i Omega Douglas Warren Chase South Burhngton. Vermont Ti ' chnoloijy C:ivil Kngineering LaiiilHla h)ta Donald J. Chioffi Kiitlaiul. Xermont Arts and Sciences Enghsh Sigma Phi Barbara Anne Clark Tiverton, Rhode Island Arts and Sciences Zoology Alpha Delta Pi Clifford Clark West Pawlet, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Agriculture Alpha Gamma Rho Alexander Mansfield Clarke Marion, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Zoology Theta Chi Stc en Cohen New Haven. Connectic it Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Delta Stephanie Elaine Cole Mount Holly, Vermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Rita Rae Collelt St. . Ilians Bay. Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Home Economics Jitines O. Collins Swanton, V ' eriiiont Arts and Sciences English R. Luther Oonant Pittsford, New York Arts and Sciences Geology Sigma Nil James Richard Concannun Essex Junction. ' ermon( Arts and Sciences History Edwin Thomas (j iigd( n Clarendon. Vermont Technoloi y Electrical Engineering Phi Delta Thcta Michael Conlcv Bath, Maine Arts and Sciences Political Science Kappa Sigma Dianne l.onisc ( ' opoland Melrose. Massachusetts Dental Hygiene Peter B. Covcllc Brooklyn, New York Arts and Sciences Political Science Tau Epsilon Phi , lison ( raig Brooklicld. N ' ermoiit .Arts and Sciences Chi ' mislr Maria Cunningham Fair Haven. Vermont Arts and Sciences Zoology Edward Curtis South BurlinL ton, Wrmont Arts and Sciences Industrial Manasiement M. Fayre Curtis Pro idence. Rhode Island Arts and Sciences History Richard F. Dalton South Burlington, Vermont Arts and Sciences Psvchologv Scott Edward Daxis Meriden, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Political Science Delta Psi John Lawrence DeBocr Burlington. Vermont Arts and Sciences Psycholog)- Sigma . lpha Epsilon William James Craig St.uiilortl. W ' rmont Technology Elect rical I ' .ngineering James .Michael Cunningham Burlington, Vermont Arts and Sciences English Delta I ' si I Dniiii:i IjOrc ' iii ' Ouri ' tt SlOWC, " lTlU()llt DcntuI Hyuieiif Bniic K l«ar l l)iir!;in Fairlfi-, Noriiioiil Tethnoloi;) Maiiancment Kngineeriiin K.xUiiik W . Diiirtll Buiiiiit;l()n. " erinoiit Arts and Sciences C oinmerce ant! Kconoinics Siiiimi Alplia I ' lpsilon Carole Aim Uuttuii Lymion C enter, V ' ermonI EcKicalioii and Xursinj Flcine!itar ' Education Martha Jane Karle (Canaan. Vermont Arts and Sciences German Sabine A. Eckoldl London. England Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha (;hi Omega Argie Ecnnomou hnrliiiglon. V ' ennont Arts and Sciences Political Science- Sigma No Cheryl Kay Ejscrl New York. New York Education and nrsing iiiologv Alpha Epsilon I ' hi Su uiiiic Joan Ek Shrewslniry, Massachusetts Education and Nursing KIcint ' ulary Education Anne 11. Eliot Milfoid, Connecticut Education and Nursing English Anne Louise Elliot Barton, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Child Development Nancy Dryden Ellis Underhill, Vermont Technology Medical Technology Hannah Evans Jacksonville, Florida . rts and Sciences Psychology Lee Fardelmann Winooski, ' ermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi David Anthony Fayette South Burlington, Vermont , rts and Sciences Political Science Marvin Feit Port Chester. . ew York .■Vrts and Sciences Marketing .Mpha Epsilon Pi Alec Charles I ' fldiT Riirlin lon. NtTinoiil Arts ami Scienci ' s Markt ' liiii; Pill Simiia Delta JiTonie M. Kelsi ' iisti ' lii New York. New York Arts and Sciences Mathematics ►■ V» " • ' icki Norton Fennessy Bath. Maine Ixhication and Niirsini; Knulish William Bernard Ferriter Jr. C. ' laremont. New Hampshire .■ rts and Sciences Zoology .Sigma .Mpha Epsilon Syndce Sue Fcuer Castleton, VeniKiiil Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Epsilon Phi Koger H. Feuss Manhasset. .New York .■ rts and Sciences Zoology Phi Delta Theta Susan Fli aheth Fick W ' ytkoll. New Jerse .Xgriciilture and Home Ec. C:lothing and Textiles Delta Delta Delta Pt ' tei I ' iiiainore .New ork. New York Teehnologv ( !heinistr ' William H. Finger Newburijh. New York Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Tan Oiiiewa Sara Jane Firth Milton. Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Speech Alpha Delta Pi Elizabeth Ann Fishe Bellows Falls, Vermont Arts and Sciences PsychologN Cynthia O. Fisher Lynn. .Massachusetts Education and Nursing Elenientar ' Education D. Geoffrey Fitton East Williston, New York Technology Civil Engineering Kathleen Anne Fitzpatrick Barre, Vermont Technology Medical Technology Paul Sanford Flaxman Oceanside. New York . rts and Sciences History Phi Sigma Delta Victoria Elaine Fleming Manchester Depot, crmont Arts and Sciences Sociology ■T — Uichard W. Flood Vi)iiki;rs, New York Arts and Sciences I ' olitical Science Kolierl J. Klorc ak raiidckl. Cojiiiccticnl Alls and Sciences Connnerce and Economics Pania C. Flynn Burlington. Vermont Arts and Sciences Mathematics Miriam Ka Foj Pittslnirs;, New Hampshire Technolos; Mcilicul Technoluiiv Alan Robert Forman Maiden, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Zoology Dwight Allen Fnrtier Orwell, ennoiit . rts and Sciences Industrial .Management Laura Jean Frank New Hochclle. New York Arts and Sciences .Mathematics Alpha Kpsilon Phi Terr) Kathleen Frank North Woodstock. New Hampshire I ' .clncalion and Nursing Biology S naaaaBaaaaaaanoQQaoBi Peter F. Fredericks Essex Junction, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Ai;ricultural Economics Lambda Iota Santord Arnold h ' riedlander New Y ' ork, New York Arts and Sciences Marketins; Alpha Epsilon Pi Cail Irene Fuller Schenectady. New York Arts and Sciences English Pi Beta Phi Susan Cobb Fuller Bellows Falls, Vermont Arts and Sciences Political Science Altiera Marie Fusco Fair Haven. Vermont Education and Nursing English Cherjl Gave Fuss Great Neck, New York Arts and Sciences Sociology .Mpha Epsilon Phi . nna Margaret Gardner Fairhaven. Massachusetts Education and Nursing Nursing . lpha Chi Omega Frederick Olsen Gates Norwich, Vermont Technology Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta Ki ' iuu ' tli NiclioLis Ck-luso () stcr Bay (Jove, New York Arts and Sciences Zooloi v Delia I ' si Sue Charlotte Gibbons Railway. New Jersey Kdiication and Nursing Social Sciences Alpha Delta I ' i Grace Marilyn Gibby West Topshani, Vermont Education and Nursing Music Donald J. Giles Jr. Sluirt Hills. New Jersey Arts and Sciences Political Science Simula Alpha K.psiloii Nadine H. Glasband West Hartford, ( " onnecticut Education and Nursing Elementary Education Judy Gladstone Burlington. Vcnnont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Alpha Epsilon Phi Eileen Gocdicke Newport. Vermont .Arts and Sciences English Diinlel K. Goldberg liuilHigtr ii. W ' rmonl , rts and Scienccjs (Commerce and Economics Phi Sigma Delta Sheila Eileen Corbis Bayonne. New Jersey Education and Nursing English Alpha Epsilon Phi John Gould Brookline. Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Delta James S. Cioldberg Scarsdale, New York Arts and Sciences Political Science Phi Sigma Delta Richard P. Goldstein l.itlle Neck, New York Arts and Sciences Industrial Management Lawrence Ira (Goodman Yonkers, New York Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Sigma Delta Stephen Booth Goodwin Moutpelier. Wrmtjiit Arts and Sciences Political Science Priscilla Ma ( o e Burlington, Vermont . griculture and Home Economics Home Economics Education Jeffrey Allen C rant North .Attlehoro, Massachusetts . rts and Sciences Chemist rv Oialill.a U. IIjII Niirlh Buiiiiiri){t n, Vermont AUricnlliiri ' and Home Kconomits Cliilt] Drvelopment 0 lli. O.I1.1 Uellu llarricl Diuntha Mall l.Mi(lonvillr. V ' rniionI Kdncalion and Niirsjn); Nucslni! Susan Jane Gray Lexington, Massachusetts Dental Hygiene Carol Creen Burlinj;ton, Vermont Education and Nursing Nursing Peter F. Gross Staten Island, New York Arts and Sciences Political Science— Economics Sigma Phi Leslie Barbara Grossman Montpelier, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Clothing and Textiles Nancy Jean Crover Floral Park. New York Education and Nursing Nursing Alpha Chi Omega Edson Bixby Hackelt Underbill, Venr.ont Arts and Sciences Political Science Delta Psi t I |i I Kathleen E. Ilalpin Hiitlaiicl, Vermont Arts and Sciences Political Science Delta Delta Delta Betsy Jeanne Hamilton West Brattleboio. Vermont Arts and Sciences Biolosjv Pi Beta Phi Toby Sawyer Hammer Oradell. New Jersey Arts and Sciences Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon Kingsley Hull Hammctt Summit, New Jersey Arts and Sciences History David Frederick Hammond Hoiilton, Maine Arts and Sciences Botany Alpha Tan Omega Pamela Jeanne Handy Springfield, Vermont Education and .Nursing Nursing Bruce Hanna l iion (;it " . New Jersey Education and Nursing Physical Education Sigma VIpha Epsilon Karen Haugcn Burlington, Vermont . rts and Sciences French Kent Byron Haskin Claverack, New York Arts and Sciences Commerce and Economics Plii Delta Theta David Bruce Havanich Devon, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Mil Delta Ellen Lee Hawley Bethel. Vermont Dental Hvi;iene Timothy B. Hayes New York, New York .■ rts and Sciences Psychology Phi Sij;ma Delta Susan .Anne Haynes West Woodstock, Vermont Arts and Sciences Psychology Glenna Elise Hazelton Londonberry. Vermont Education and Nursing Elenientarv Education Ua id kimliall lUberl Rutland, Vermont Education and Nursing Music jiiAiMie lleil es N.irllilield, Vermont Education and Nursing Nursing Linda Claire Heller W ' estfield, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Sociology Richard Howard Hellman Great Neck. Neu ork Arts and Sciences Political Science Tail Epsilon Phi Michele Carol Hennessey Bellows Falls. Vermont Education and .Nursing Nursing Gamma Phi Beta Rebecca B. Hennessy Perkinsville, Vermont . rts and Sciences Sociology Carolyn Herndon Danville, Virginia Education and Nursing Elementarv Education Deborah M. Herron Haworth, New Jersey Education and Nursing English Lloyd Jay Hier Pittsford. Vermont Arts and Sciences Industrial Management Kappa Sigma Linda HiUman Chatham, .New Jersey Arts and Sciences English Alpha Epsilon Phi Arthur George Hill Jr. Essex Fell, New Jersey Technolog) ' Civil Eniiineering Marsha I,ec Hitchcock Spriiii;fielil, Wriiioiit Education and Nursing Elementary Education Alpha Delia Pi Richard Craig Hitchins ilaniden. Connecticut Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Sigma Nu Ralph Richard Hochberg Syosset. New York Arts and Sciences Psychology Alpha Epsilon Pi ■ " tm. Ceorgiana Louise Hodge Topsham. Vermont Kducation and Nursing Nursing Ann T. Hoffman Phillipsburg, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Chi Omega ' m ii Diane Susan Hoftman CJicster. New Jcrsi- Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Delta Pi SuMui Eli uheth Hoor WcstlieUl. New Jersey Arts and Sciences Mathematics Kappa Alpha Thota Marsha Louise Hopkins Springfield, Vermont Arts and Sciences Mathematics C.aninia Phi Beta Lee M. Horowitz Woodmere, New York Arts and Sciences Zoology Gail Ann Horst Bennington. Vermont Education and Nursing Elenientar) Education Kappa Alpha Theta Patricia Rave Howrigan Fairfield, Vermont -■Agriculture and Home Economics Home Economics Education Susan Flanders Hoxie Montpelier. Vermont Arts and Sciences Speech Kate Dean Hubert Berlin, Connecticut Education and Nursing Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Martha J. Huff Flemington, New Jersey Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Delta Pi Sue Ellen Hughes Shelbunie, Vermont Dental Hygiene Ooiina l.i ' ilu Hunt Vergeiiiies, Vermont Technolog) ' Medical Technology C. Ann Hurley Northfield, Vermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Deborah llutchins Bradford. Vcnnont Dental nyi;iene Donald Stewart Hntchinson TnimbiiU, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Economics Phi Mti Delta Lyman Michael Hutchinson Bennington, Vermont Arts and Sciences Marketing Management Atan K. Iruin Burhiigton, Vermont Arts and Sciences Zoology Gary It. Jackiuan Cheshire. Connecticut Technology Mechanical Engineering Hniuilr Jt-.tll jiickson Somersworlh, Now llam|)shire Arts and Sciences Zoology Ki)l)i-rt B;irr JahriiKirket New York, New York Arts and Sciences History Phi Sipiin Delta Karen Ann Jensen BurlinijIiiM, N ' erinoiit Education and Nursing Elementary Education Pi Beta Plii Robert Wayne Jensen Huiesbur , X ' eruiont Arts and Sciences Accounting Patricia Anne Jewett Morrisville, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Social Work Margaret Anne Jones Old Greenwich, Connecticut Education and Nursing Elementary Education Lynda Gale Joslyn Waterliiuy, Vermont Arts and Sciences Zoology Cordon W. Josephsun Rockville Centre, .New York Arts and Sciences Mathematics Tau Epsilon Phi Claire Ellen Kahkola Bellows Falls, Vermont . rts and .Sciences History— Latin Pi Beta Phi Ili ' Mr Wittwer Kelly iianiden. Connecticut Technologv ' Civil Engineering Nancy L. Kirkendall N ' aiigatiick. C onnecticut Education and Nursing Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Linda Jean Kill)) AVhitefield, New liainpbhire Arts and Sciences Zoology Tlicodorc Frederick Kinerson Danxillc. X ' eriiiunl Arts and Sciences Sociology Diane Loi , Kirk Richmond, Massachusetts Education and Nursing Nursing Richard Daniel Kleenian W ' l ' st ( ' altlw t ' ll. Ni ' u Jersey Aiiriculture and Home Economics Puullry Science Sigma Phi Epsilon Jane Call KleinlHTg South {)[ani;c. Neu " Jersey Arts and Sciences English Alpha Epsilon I ' lii James Dnwsini KIikIc ji Milwaukee. WisconsHi Arts and Sciences Economics Delta I ' si Kenneth Edward Klonsky Rockville Centre, New York Arts and Sciences English Kirby Orrin Klotcr Rockville. Connectic it Arts and Sciences Zoology Ira Kotler Yonkers, New York Arts and Sciences Zoology Phi Sigma Delta Richard James Kowen Pittsford, New York Arts and Sciences Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon Herbert Ira Kravetz Fall River, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Psychology Lorraine Adele Kretchman North Clarendon. Vermont . rts and Sciences Zoology Kathleen Jo Ktishner Owego. New York Education and Nursing Latin David Ernest Lambert Lunenburg, Massachusetts . rts and Sciences Chemistry .■ lpha Tan Omega Kulli LnIIict LiimluTt Highgiite CeiitiT, ' orinont Ociital Hyuiene C arla Mabel Liimbcrlon Bctlu-1. Vermimt Kdiicational Nursini; Nursing Peter Steven Lamm Merrick, New York Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha F.psilon Pi Carol Jean Lamonda South Burlington, Vermont Dental Hygiene Tomas R. I.andmann Sai) Paulo, Hra .il . rts anil Sciences Marketing Sigma Phi Kpsilon Richard Langs Forest Hills, New York .• rts and Sciences Liberal . rts Philip , islun L«|H rle Jr. Burlington. Vermont .■ rts and Sciences EngHsh Peter Hans Larsen Kutland, Vermont .Arts and Siiences ECngUsh . cacia 302 aStffiSWIOOSUUtKVWMM Christine LaRiic Bnrliiinton, Vermont Arts and Sciences Speech Patricia Ann Lashwav Burhngton, Vermont Arts and Sciences Speech Ra buni ' . Lavigne Burlington, Vermont Arts and Sciences Industrial Management Lambda lota Angela Lawson Burlington, ermont . rts and Sciences Liberal . rts Gar Lawson W ' allingford, Xermont . rts and Sciences Political Sciences . cacia Vicky Ann Lawson Enosburg Falls, ' erniont Technolog) Medical Technology . .Scott Leake Bennington, Xennont Agriculture and Home Economics . nimal and Dairy Science .■ lpha Gamma Rho Patricia Lee Dorset, Vermont . rts and Sciences Languages 303 Jcannette Anita Lcsage Winooski, Vermont Education and Nursing Elementary Education Anne Marie Lessard Harre. Vermont Dental Hygiene Janet Ix ' vine Schenectady. New York Arts and Sciences Mathematics Alpha Kpsilon Phi Shirle l.e ' ine South Burlinglon, Vermont Education and Nursing Psychology Myles Jay Leeds Malveme. New York Agriculture and Home Economics Agricultural Econouucs riii Sii;iiia Delta W illiam M. l,eete Jr. Williamstown, Massachiusetts I ' ducation and Nursing Physical Education Kappa Sigma William II. Lcinbach Heading. Pennsylvania .Xrls and Sciences History Er in .Macy Davis Lemnuin Jamcsville. New York Agriculture and Home Economics Alpha Tau Omega J Richard Barron Lewis Newton, Massachusetts Arts and Sciences Zoology Phi Sigma Delta Stephen Rav Libbev LsTidonville, Vermont Arts and Sciences Speech Peter R. Lichtenthal White Plains. New Y ' ork Arts and Sciences History William Lichfer New York. New York Arts and Sciences Political Science Sigma Phi lipsilon William A Levy Woodmere, New York Arts and Sciences Accounting Tail Kpsilon Plii William K. 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Maine Arts and Sciences Spanish Alpha Chi Omega John Oilman Morse IN Bath. Maine .Vrts and Sciences Commerce and Economics Diane t onstance Monti New Britain. (Ainnecticnt . rts and Sciences Sociology I ' l Bct.i Phi Susan L. Montrnne Fair Haven. Vermont .Agriculture and Home Economics Belated Arts Carol J. Moore PUinouth Ihiion. N ' ennont Arts and Sciences Zoology Charles Mlliani Morean Jr. Orange, Vermont Technology Electrical Engineering .Mpha (iamma Rho f " ! " ,g™ A %m 1 Hi flP l li m Mary CJiri tiiii ' Mostalcllo Riilluiul. Verinunt Ediicalioii and Niirsinj; English Barr Jolin Mdssiikiii Tappati, New ' ork Arts and Sciences Economics Sigma N i Harold John Moullon Panton, Vermont Agriculture and Home Economics Agricultural Education Alpha Gamma Kho Da id Charles Mount Burlington, ermonl Arts and Sciences Psychology Sigma Alpha Epsilon ♦ Charles (-regg lo lia Port Chester. New York Arts and Sciences Political Science Alpha Tau Omega Cassandra Mmulell Burlington. 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Osmer Manchester, Vermont Arts and Sciences History Lambda Iota Dwighf C:arlton Ovitt Bakersticld. Vermont Agricnltnre and Home Economics Horticulture Barbara Ellen Pack Troy. New York Education and Nursing Elementary Education .Alpha Kpsilon Phi Gregory Bruce Pahl Montclair. New jersey . rts and Sciences Russian . rca Studies Thcta Chi Frederick Howard PalnuT Cuinherland, Maine Arts and Scienies Malhenialics Siuina I ' lii Kpsilon Anna JcannetU ' l i |iiette Si. Alhans. Vermont Edncation and Nursing Nursing Oaig Norman I ' arenlean St. Johnshury. VennonI Arts and Sciences Zoology Acacia Janet Kntli Parsons iinrliunton. X ' erinont . rts and Sciences English-French Camma I ' lii Htla Frank . Fatalano Ikllcius Falls, crniont . rts and Sciences Industrial Management Susan Patch Kiver Vale. .New Jersey .Arts and Sciences Mathematics . lpha C;hi Omega Diane Sylvia Palenaude Burlmgtnn. ' crnnmt Fducation and Nursing Nursing Kristin Sayward Puttee Snnlli HurlinutoM. 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I ' erry Bristol, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Ooinnierce and Economics Sigma Alpha F.psilon David Allan Peura I ' imImkIx , Massachiisells Arts and Sciences Zooloi v ' Iao T. Pfciffer Port Washington, New York Arts and Sciences Commerce and Economics Kappa Siijina Frank Christopher Pierce Montpelier. Vermont Arts and Sciences Commerce and Economics Sigma Phi Peter Stewart Pierpont Ml. Kisco. New Vciik Arts and Sciences French Lucciic M. Pike Slowe. Vermont Technology Medical Technology ' ■ ton. .Ill I . riiiii.irn Btulgt ' piirt, (a iHieclicul Arts and Sciences PsMllclJDgV Siv!Mi,i Mpha Kpsilon Bruce E. I ' lalzek Fairfield, Connecticut Arts and Sciences Liberal Arts Alplia Ilpsilon I ' i John Steplu-n I ' lula West Kiilland. 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