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UMASS AMHERST 312066 0339 0588 2 INDEX MCMLVII VOLUME LXXXVIII PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS iMiHi DEDICATED TO THE CLASS ft . ■ - ' T ' ' ■ . . ' ri v ; ' , :■ ' , ■ -!fa ? r.- ' ' lt y • 4: " i ' -Vs " ' l- iT life • ' •: ■ -.1 ' •- ' • «- • -t ' ■ ' l!J iii !!l if ii :i. r.y.- -.fc:, ■ ).?■ ,...- f ' l MMaiHiii OF 1957 BIhK i i H H B • - r ' C. " » •i mm -- - mfit • S§a: i - iH i»l ' m t if m ' .jf Mf-J- -k m ■ f ' }f - - M :{fif i} ' ..,J EKECTED_ 9t- f ' m :: ' , ' THE UMASS STORY Massachusetts Agricultural College in Its Sixth Year 186 THE RICH HERITAGE of a UNIVERSITY WHICH IS ■Serving the citizens of Massachusetts ■ Dedicating its energy to fulfilling its responsibilities to the community, the state, the country, and the world -Looking constantly to the future " The story of this college is after all simply a story of men and women; audacious, imaginative, persistent in purpose, seeking a light. Their days have been great in themselves, but greater in promise. Their works have come down to us — a heritage, yes, but a challenge. Their story is ours. " Frank Prentice Rand " Ense petit placidam sub libertate q uiten. " The end of a dream and the beginning of a project occurred simultaneously on April 29 in the year 1863. This day witnessed the appointment of 15 officials, including such men as Col. William S. Clark, Charles L. Flint, Levi Stockbridge, Henry L. French, and Nathan Durfee, selected to find a location for an agricultural college. The idea of an agricultural college was not new. In 1792 The Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture had been established. In 1814 the Commonwealth had appropriated an annual one-thousand dollars for experimental work and extension work. In 1825 The New England Farmer had demanded a Massachusetts Agricultural College and Boston launched a campaign for funds. The dream almost became a reality in 1848 when a bill to establish an agricultural college passed the Senate but failed to get through the House. In 1856 the Legislature created the Massachusetts School of Agriculture only to have the charter lost during the Civil War However, the creation of the Morrill Act of 1862 brought the situation to a head, allotting 360,000 acres to Massachusetts, one-tenth of which was to be used for an agricultural college, and two-thirds of the income from the other nine-tenths were to be used for the school. Now the actual work was ready to begin. Lexington, Springfield, Northampton, and Amherst were ready to invest $75,000.00 each in competition in the enterprise. The site was to go to the community which put up the $75,000.00. Incited by the late Edward Hitchcock, former President of Amherst College, President Stearns, Colonel Clark and Edward Dickinson of Amherst College convinced the Trustees that Amherst was the best location. By 1865 Amherst voted $50,000.00 to add to the $25,000.00 already raised by Amherst College Trustees. Henry Flagg French was elected President and the campus farm was purchased; within a year French resigned. In his place the Trustees elected Paul Ansel Chadbourne under whose administration the first three buildings were erected. President Chadbourne, however, was stricken with tuberculosis and resigned in 1867. With still no enrollment, the Trustees met on August 7,1867, and elected Prof. William S. Clark of Amherst College as President of Massachusetts Agricultural College. Along with Clark came Henry Hill Goodell as Professor of Gymnastics, Military Tactics, and French. In 1867 examinations were given in the five buildings which comprised the campus, and the first group of students was admitted at $36.00 tuition. By the time the first commencement rolled around on July 18,1871, Clark had witnessed the enrollment of 166 students; the establishment of Q.T.V. and D.K.G. fraternities, the Washington Irving Literary Society, and the INDEX; a glee club, an orchestra, and a debating society; a raise in tuition to $54.00 and a $15,000.00 expenditure by the Trustees.. As an extra present to Clark and company, the M.A.C. boat crew won a regatta against Harvard and Brown three days after commencement. Signs of progress were noticeable in the next few years; the noted Charles Anthony Goessman became the instructor of chemistry; Levi Stockbridge won recognition in both instruction and research in agriculture; an experiment station was established; and to the fraternity roster was added Phi Sigma Kappa. Yet in 1879, the year of Clark ' s resignation, near disaster befell the College when the Massachusetts government took on a policy of retrenchment-lowering of expenses. LLIiil ' 0 A SoulU CoiWfifi, Old South College in 1867 The College had acquired a 132,000.00 deficit. The House voted that the State assume the deficit but that the Trustees be responsible for any further deficits and that the Governor examine the College and give a report for its continuance or discontinuance with the provision that its finances would be separated from the Commonwealth Treasury. Governor Talbot recommended that the Co llege be incorporated into Amherst College since the College ' s need for more money had not been appropriated by the State. This idea was rejected by both colleges and M.A.C. survived. There was a dire need of saving money. The Trustees elected Charles L. Flint to serve as President without pay. Flint resigned in 1880 and Stockbridge became President only to resign from that position in 1882. That very year the College rejoiced at the return of Paul Ansel Chadbourne, Doctor of Medicine, Law and Divinity. Under Chadbourne ' s administration. Governor Long Provided $4,999.00 for repairs and $5,000.00 for a drill hall and created the Mass. Agricultural Experiment Station. Tragedy struck in February 1883, when President Chadbourne passed away. The INDEX said of him, " We will not break the stillness of thy sleep. Thou spirit rare; Dreamless and blest after restless years, Seeking to kindle souls with Heaven ' s light. Lover of all things fair. " In 1883 Governor Butler aided the late Chadbourne ' s bill for a building to contain a library and a chapel for the purpose of providing intellectual training along with practical training. James Carruthers Greenough, succeeding Chadbourne as President, went to work fulfilling Chadbourne ' s plan to liberalize the course of study so that freshmen could elect a scientific-agricultural course or a scientific-literary course. Greenough also received funds to finish the President ' s house, to build the chapel-library, and to renovate North College. Henry Hill Goodell became acting-President and succeeded Greenough in 1886. In 1894, he witnessed the largest graduating class to date. ..33- Mass. 6 Mass. 6 Mass. 6 Mass. 18 Mass . 10 Mass. 5 The Legislature, in the same year, combined the Mass. State Agricultural Experiment Stat ion and the Hatch Experiment Station. The College magazine carried the name AGGIE LIFE. Undergraduates received the innovations of senior electives and exemptions from final exams for high ranking students. In the 1896 graduation, President Goodell awarded advanced degrees for the first time in the College ' s history. This graduating class was also under a new system whereby students in Boston University and M.A.C. could simultaneously receive bachelor ' s degrees from both institutions— a practice which lasted until 1911. Another important advancement in Goodell ' s term was the offering of graduate work. He remained as President until 1905 and presided over a period which witnessed the first Inter-Fraternity Conference, the establishment of the Student Senate, the replacement of terms by semesters, the introduction of varsity basketball, the establishment of junior electives , the beginning of Phi Kappa Phi, and on the darker side, the death of the great Levi Stockbridge— that influential Connecticut Valley farmer who had done so much for this institution with which he had been associated for 42 years. An interesting sidelight to note is the rise in importance and popularity of football on the college scene. Especially interesting was the M.A.C. football record in 1901: The Aggies lost one game to Williams, The other eight games resulted in the following scores: Pittsfield W esleyan Tufts W.P.I. 12 Springfield Q Amherst Mass. 11 Boston College The year 1906 ushered in President Kenyon L. Butterfield, a man great in agriculture, to relieve Dr. William Penn Brooks who was acting President. President Butterfield was to preside until 1924, except for certain periods in which Dr. James B. Paige and Edward Morgan Lewis took the duties of President. President Butterfield went all out for organization and set up many projects which he fulfilled before the end of his term. Butterfield reorganized th e Student Senate, giving it authority over undergraduate relations; he submitted an organized program for hazing; he engaged George F. Mills to serve as Dean and as head of the division of Humanities; he brought such men as Lewis, Hicks, and Machmer to the M.A.C. roster; he saw his $250,000.00 maintenance bill passed over the veto of Governor Foss; he worked on an Extension Service Program to extend agricultural education to farmers; he presided over the construction Alumni Field. By 1916, there were 668 students, 72 instructors, a total staff of 175 and 275 courses of study. M.A.C. was the only college in the country concerned with agriculture exclusively. As its scholastic outlets grew, so too did its social outlets. Theta Nu Epsilon, Kappa Gamma Phi, Theta Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Sigma Phi and Delta Phi Gamma were added to the fraternity roster. Butterfield ' s reign was marked by the introduction of High School Day, the formation of the debating team, the founding of the Roister Doisters, the change in name of the newspaper to the COLLEGIAN, the establishment of Adelphia and a sadder note — the passing away of the famous Goessman. The same black cloud that hung over the rest of the world spread its billows over the United States in 1916 as we entered the first World War; 1304 Aggie boys donned uniforms. A Student Army Training Corps was established on campus. Some of the buildings were converted to barracks. In 1921, passersby stopped in front of the newly-constructed Memorial Hall and read, " WE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOU WHO LIE ASLEEP " And if they were to go inside they could see a plaque with the names of 51 Aggie men who never returned from that war. As the face of the campus was continually changing, so was the speci es of its inhabitants. A law in 1894 had given the President authority to establish courses for women students. This law proved to be very useful, for after the war years there was a terrific rise in women ' s enrollment. In 1919 Miss Edna Skinner became head of the Home Economics Department and Adviser to Women, and the first women ' s dormitory, Abigail Adams House, was erected. Another important innovation during Butterfield ' s administration was the establishment of a two-year course in practical agriculture, the Stockbridge School of Agriculture. East Experiment Station 1910 Butterfield ' s growing ambitions for the College and the State House ' s attempts to systematize the business of the State were approaching head on. Two important amendments to the State Constitution were passed; One providing that no State funds would go to any institution that wasn ' t part of the public control and the other providing that the General Court organize State activities into twenty departments. After the passing of the first amendment, the College succeeded in dissolving itself as a corporation and in having its maintenance provided for by the State. Therefore, after the second amendment, the College was placed in the Department of Education. Financial trouble brewed almost immediately between the State House and the Departments, the former attempting to keep expenses low, the latter trying to increase their resources. The relations between the College and the State government thickened with red tape. Unhappy because of the situation, Butterfield resigned in 1924. Dr. Lewis guided the College until 1927, continually arguing that the College could not be efficiently administered by the Commission of Administration and Finance. Somewhat of a victory was won in 1926 when acting-President Lewis and company petitioned the General Court and Governor Fuller signed the bill which provided that nothing would stand in the way to harm the powers of the Trustees of the College. By the initiation of the new President in 1933, the In terfraternity Sing, Maroon Key, Homecoming Day and departmental honors work had been established. Alpha Gamma Rho, Sigma Beta Chi, Lambda Delta Nu, Alpha Lambda Mu,and Phi Zeta had been organized. In February of 1933, President Hugh Potter Baker, who relieved President Thatcher, outlined his policies for M.S.C., the change of name having come in 1931, after much agitation. His aim for the College was to produce men and women equipped not only with specific education but also with culture and understanding. Baker believed that a College should aid the students by inciting enthusiasm; he expressed the importance of keeping down expenses. After the depression hit, Baker expressed his concern in that the College should aid in the problem of conserving and developing natural resources and that the College equipment could be used in the fight against the economic slump. Despite the depression, the institution grew both physically and spiritually. In 1933 Governor Ely submitted a bill to the N.R.A. program for a new library and boy ' s dormitory for the College. In 1934 Goodell Library, named in honor of the late President, and Thatcher Hall, in honor of former President Roscoe Thatcher who had died the preceding December, were completed. The curriculum reflected depression effects: special Physical Education courses offered for recreational and playground instruction; introduction of vocational courses in summer school curriculum to aid unemployed; increased enrollment by many who couldn ' t afford privately-endowed institutions. This last factor presented a problem due to limited facilities. It was this early depression period which saw sororities move into houses of their own; the opening of the Campus Store at North College; the establishment of Thursday morning convocations; and the publication of Dr. Frank Prentice Rand ' s YESTERDAYS AT MASSACHUSETTS STATE COLLEGE to which we owe a great deal in the writing of this history. In his 1935 report. President Baker could list the following accomplishments: 1. Improvements in training and research. 2. Improved opportunities for study and extracurricular interests; more cultural opportunities. 3. Better student leadership and representation. 4. Campus used more for educational meetings of various organizations. 5. Recognized need for planning for increased student body. 6. Increased extension service. Yet President Baker was worried; the College couldn ' t possibly take all those who wished to enroll, at least not without physical additions and salary raises for the staff. Its being grouped with penal and charitable State institutions, financial control was a handicap. This fear of security was given a touch of sadness by the death of former President Kenyon Butterfield on Nov. 26, 1935- In this same year, an agitation movement was started to bring about a Bachelor of Arts degree. As this would require a great change in program and possibly alienate groups with agricultural interests in the College, President Baker didn ' t push for the degree at this time. A look at the College in the years 1936 to 1939 can serve as an example of the modern advances made by this institution. In 1936 the Women ' s Athletic Field was dedicated--a representative symbol of how the status of co-eds had risen. All freshman men were living on campus for the first time and all students enjoyed the extensive improvement of classrooms and labs. The total of credits was reduced from 72 to 60, and the required courses of the first two years were liberalized. The B.A. award was finally introduced; President Baker pxsinted out that the widening scope of the College had been a good sign and that the liberalizing movement was legal enough in that the Morrill Act of 1862 hadn ' t stipulated that it was necessary for a state-supported school to be concerned with agriculture only. A Campus Planning Council was organized to work on a building plan for the coEege— to provide a map for the new building locations, including dormitories for the rising enrollment. (The undergraduate body reached a high of 1208 in Sept. of 1939.) An allotment of $63,000 was received for renovating South College; the State appropriated $55,000 to the school for damage incurred due to the 1938 hurricane. Two more dormitories— Lewis House and Butterfield House, which were completed respectively in 1940 and 1941— were started by the Alumni Building Corporation. The founding of Isogon organization in 1940 ran parallel to the establishment of another org anization of a totally different nature. This organization was a committee created to make a study of facilities and services which the College could offer in case the United States became involved in war. Following this, a College Defense Council was set up. Later, the College announced that it could accept a program of training civilian pilots and of giving refresher courses to industrial workers. These precautions were not futile; on the contrary, they were just the beginning steps in a long program, for when the U.S. entered the Second World War, M.S.C. launched an all-out program of training and defense Like all other institutions of American life, M.S.C. had to adapt itself to a new pattern of living due to the wartime crisis. Draper Hall in the days of dirt roads and horses One big problem of the administration was to convince the male students that they should complete their college education before entering the service; the students were told that everyone had a job in the war effort and that theirs was right here at school. A 12 week summer course was instituted to shorten the four year course to three; a training program was set up including a required physical fitness course for all men, a campus air-raid program, and special courses in map reading, first aid and public health. An enlisted reserve program was organized; in 1944, 132 of these reservists were called. Prof. Ralph A. Van Meter was appointed associate Dean to handle educational and administrative problems arising from the arrival of U.S. Army cadets for five months of educational courses. Dormitories were converted into military barracks; fraternity houses served as homes for undergraduate women; the sororities remained intact (a few of them joined national affiliates during this period ). Campus Community Chest, scrap metal drives, and bond appeals were organized; ration books were given out to the students. Less and less men entered the College; the women outnumbered the men 203 to 73 in the Sept., 1943 registration. The Stockbridge Course was temporarily shortened to one year. Commencement exercises were shortened to keep up with the wartime economy. There were approximately 2700 faculty, students and alumni serving in the armed forces. As the end of the war approached, the mental attitude of both faculty and student body reverted to college living. Fraternity rushing was revived and in April of 1945 the Scrolls were organized. The Alumni introduced a measure for more self-liquidating dormitories to meet the need of the returning veterans, those on the G.I. Bill, civilians who had postponed their education, and the regular flow of students. A new movement was in the making to change the name of the College to the University of Massachusetts. The September registration of 1945 opened in an atmosphere of peace. It was like a breath of fresh air for this institution which had survived the economic perils of a depression, a hurricane and a world war. The post-war era was marked by a renewal of old student organizations, the birth of new ones, and a revival of sports and extra-curricular activities. President Baker recognized the need for the extension of higher education at this time. In 1946 a committee of leading educators set up a two year program at Fort Devens as a branch of Mass. State College to provide for the overflow of veterans. This service ran until 1949. After four semesters, the students transferred either to this school or, in some cases, to another college. By 1947 agitation for a university status increased a great deal. Many veterans couldn ' t go to private colleges and attended this College in search of engineering, business or B.A. degrees. The extensive educational courses, the agitation by many in the eastern part of the state for a university there and the fear that the College could become lax in effectiveness and organization due to the abundance of new schools within the College led to a bill to change the status to a university. Governor Bradford approved the bill on May 6, 1947 and M.S.C. became U. of M. Because of ill health and advancing age. Baker retired in June. In 1948, Ralph A. Van Meter was inaugurated President of the University after serving a term as acting Pres. Van N. ' eter saw in his term of office a tremendous growth in enrollment and in expansion of facilities. Under the bi-partisan support of the State Legislature and Administration, the University prepared to meet the rising student population (in 1949 there were 621 freshmen, in 1953 there were 1170). Under Van N!eter ' s term, the positions of Dean of Horticulture and Agriculture and Dean of Nfen were created; the new programs in Engineering and Forestry were accredited by professional concerns; a more detailed guidance service including testing programs was introduced; a twelve-week summer session was created to allow three-year education in compliance with possible manpower need due to the Korean War; 100 Commonwealth scholarships were established; graduate school was reorganized and enlarged; the College of Arts and Sciences was authorized; aid to agriculture, homemaking, and youth problems were carried on by the Extension Service; and a swarm of new classrooms, labs and cement-block dorms were constructed. In January 31, 1952 Dean William L. Machmer, who had served the University since President Butterfield had invited him to the staff— a period of 42 years of service— retired; less than four months later he passed away. A month before Machmer ' s death. President Van Meter was hospitalized due to a shock, and Provost Jean Paul Mather took over to become President on May 11, 1954. We can forever praise Torrey, Waugh, Machmer, Hicks and countless others deserving of praise; we can comment on President Mather ' s fine administration and the work it has done; much more can be said as to history and recent developments, yet each event in the past is but a stepping stone to the future. Let us try to foresee that which the future promises for us and at the same time keep in mind that overwhelming work and progress which has been accomplished in the past. THE FUTURE A stereotypical test in the field of psychoanalysis is that of the word association test in which a word is given to the subject under analysis, who, in turn, must state the first word that comes into his mind in association with the given word. The word " Mather " immediately brings to mind the word " progress " . The progress of a university can take its course in various forms; physical, spiritual, and academic. President Mather and his administration are fulfilling the meaning of progress in all three forms: physically— through the building additions constructed for both academic and social purposes; spiritually— the installation of a snowball of forward movement amongst the faculty, an environment of future progress substantiated by the visible signs of that which has already been accomplished; academically— continual expansion and introduction of courses; increasing appropriations for science facilities and the development of specialized schools of the University; establishment of the School of Education, the School of Business Administration, the School of Nursing and the Division of Physical Education; a consistent development and replacement program for the College of Agriculture and the Sch ool of Home Economics; the improvement of the status of the faculty (the Freedom Bill and appropriation of $100,000 enable the creation of full professorships in a number necessary to establish 45% to 55% ratio of associate and full professors to assistant and instructor level positions and the hiring of professors at rates above the minimum which was established in the state schedule of salaries— this can be done independently eliminating dependence on State House red tape); the Barrington Reclassification Report provides for a salary increase of $1000; the total Barrington increase along with the Freedom Bill will put us on a level of competition with other educational institutions. In terms of physical expansion, the 1956 Assembly of the Great and General Court of the Commonwealth allotted money for a Library addition, an R.O.T.C. Armory and Classroom Building, a Women ' s Physical Education Building, and preparation of plans for a Science Building. There are plans for a $2,000,000 construction of low-rental apartments for assistant professors, instructors, and married students; for a new infirmary; acquisition of new lands; Engineering Shops and Drafting Rooms; all part of the Master Plan to facilitate the 10,000 student population predicted by 1965. An institution such as this must benefit those associated with it by not only internal improvements but also publicity in order to let the public know of its accomplishments, problems and ideals. The Freedom Bill and the Master Plan have brought a great deal of favorable attention to the institution and its problems. At this present moment we are moving ahead on steps necessary to execute a contract with the I.C.A. Division of the State Department of the United States which will provide us with an expenditure of $175,000 per year for four years to cover a program of exchange for scientists and professors between the University of Massachusetts. This exchange program is a representation of our growing responsibility to the local public and the world. We are fortunate to have a heads-up President whose aggressiveness is shown not only on this campus but in his devotion to education as a whole. The new Student Union , a $2,000,000 ' Palace ' built with ■ - lif::— iiHS ' «t-- w If Student Funds , provides a focus point for Student Activities THEN .... and A GRIM CLASS OF 1918 POSES WHILE PREPARING FOR WAR CHAPEL, WITH OLD BANDSTAND IN FORE- GROUND NOW: STUDENT HORIZONS WIDEN WITH THE COMPLETION OF THE STUDENT UNION HAILED AS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT ADDITION TO STUDENT LIFE IN YEARS ! C ajrrtp us S ' cs. ' xe M.A-C- Math Building and French Hall before the hurricane A recent trend in the field of education is the idea of establishing two-year community colleges to supplement the present higher educational facilities and to help meet the recognized population problem. President Mather is a member of a Legislative Commission organized to study the junior college problem. He intends to work towards securing a larger legislative appropriation to establish a two-year commission including private and public educators and legislative members, and to make a complete evaluation of the entire ' public higher educational program for the future. His goal is to bring together the best possible minds and opinions from all sources for developing a public policy broader than the accepted policy of expanding and developing the University. Additional fiscal resources are needed for the continuation of the accepted expansion policy here as well as any extension of higher educational facilities or increase in the amount of state aid to elementary and secondary education. In this period of progress and expansion, there will be many problems, yet the President realizes this and feels that the solution of any problem lies in the creation of new problems. Though some steps may falter or fail completely, the direction must be forward; we must work together as a unified body. We aren ' t attempting to destroy the past but to build for the future— old opinions do not necessarily have to be changed, but should be re-examined. Along with these theses, the Presidentguides his policies by six ideals: 1. The inestimable value of the individual. 2. The mystery of the human mind. 3. The significance of the communicative arts. 4. The contribution of science. 5. The transcendent power of man ' s ethical mind. 6. A treasury of faith. " I have no ultimate faith in speed or gadgets but I have an everlasting faith in faith itself, particularly as it is exemplified in the works of a place as alive, and progressive, and intelligent as this campus and its people. " — Jean Paul Mather r CAMPUS SCENES OLD CHEM BUILDING, LOCATED ON SITE OF MACHMER HALL, BURNS TO THE GROUND IN 1912 MOUNTED MILITARY DRILL IN 1934 ON WHAT IS NOW THE LIBRARY LAWN BOARD OF TRUSTEES WILLIAM MICHAEL CASHIN, A.B. Boston College GRACE A. BUXTON, A.B. Smith College ERNEST HOFTYZER, B.S. Ohio State University ALDEN CHASE BRETT, B.S., LL.D. University of Massachusetts MRS. ELIZABETH LAURA MCNAMARA, Graduate of Teachers College LEWIS PERRY, B.A., L.H.D. Williams College, M..A. Princeton University, Yale University, LITT.D. Dartmouth College, L.H.D. Amherst College, University of New Hampshire, LL.D. Harvard University DENNIS MICHAEL CROWLEY, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts, LL.B. Boston College FRANCIS ROLAND MCDERMOTT, A.B. College of the Holy Cross FRANK LEAROYD BOYDEN, A.B.,A.M. Amherst College, A.M. Williams College, Yale University, SC.D. Colgate University, PH.D. New York State College for Teachers, LL.D. Wesleyan University, Bowdoin College, Kenyan College, Harvard University, L.H.D. Amherst College, Williams College, Princeton University, LITT.D. Tufts College RALPH FRED TABER, B.S. University of Massachusetts, A.M. Harvard University HARRY DUNLAP BROWN, B.S. University of Massachusetts JOHN WILLIAM HAIGIS, M.A. Amherst College JOSEPH WARREN BARTLETT, A.B. Dartmouth College, LL.B. Harvard University, LL.D. University of Massachusetts PHILIP FERRY WHITMORE, B.S. University of Massachusetts OFFICERS OF THE BOARD HIS EXCELLENCY FOSTER FURCOLO Governor of the Commonwealth JOSEPH WARREN BARTLETT C hairman JAMES WILLIAM BURKE Secretary KENNETH WILLIAM JOHNSON Treasurer JEAN PAUL MATHER President of the University THE HONORABLE FOSTER FURCOLO Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (§jttr?mffT % ie (i ommijx ixsmHli of J$lassarl|tt0 tt0 Mr. William Barnard, Editor 1957 Index University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts Dear Mr. Barnard: May I extend my personal felicitations at this time to the administration, faculty, staff, and students of the University of Massachusetts. Our State University throughout the years has grown in stature and scope and now ranks among the finest institutions of learning in the Commonwealth and the country. In the years ahead, the University of Massachusetts I am sure will continue to provide its high calibre of educational service to our youth in developing their talents, abilities, and perspectives. My best wishes to the entire staff for continued progress at the University and to the 7957 graduating body for success in their endeavors as business and professional men and women, as citizens, and as members of the alumni of the University of Massachusetts. FOSTER FURCOLO FF FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION M. O. LANPHEAR R egistrar HELEN CURTIS Dean of Women ROBERT S. HOPKINS, JR. Dean of Men C H« „. Arts and Sc.e.-3 " an o] t " ' ' De oBo-?.r;s ' " " - " " " " Dean of th H ' ° °S-S»f " " " " " and Hortic ulture Deon fiARY ' ' ool. ' " " ' I Ed, Dean ' ' E POWER BiRU, ' CHAAf£5 EREND seely HERSCHEL GEORGE ABBOTT, B.S. University of Maine, M.F. Harvard University Instructor of Forestry DORIS ELIZABETH ABRAMSON, B.A. University of Massachusetts, M.A. Smith College Instructor of Speech and Drama DONALD KENDRICK ADAMS, B.S. U. of New Hampshire, M.A. U. of Connecticut, Ph.D. Univ. of Connecticut Assistant Professor of Education VERNE A. ADAMS, B.S. University of Massachusetts Instructor of Dairy and Animal Science DAVID DUDLEY ALLEN, B.S. Cornell University Part time Instructor of Olericulture ELLIOTT D. ALLEN, B.A. Wesleyan Univ., A.M. Harvard Univ., M.A. Princeton Uni v., Ph.D. Princeton Univ. Associate Professor of English LUTHER ALFRED ALLEN, A.B. Williams College, M.A. State Univ. of Iowa, Ph.D. University of Chicago Assistant Professor of Government STEPHEN IVES ALLEN, B.A. Amherst College, M.A. Harvard University Instructor of Mathematics DORIC ALVIANI, Mus. B. Boston University, M.Ed. Boston University, Mus. Doc. Union Theological Head of Music Department BANSI LAL AMLA, B.S. B.H. University, India, M.S. Cornell University Part-time Instructor Food Technology ALLEN E. ANDERSON, A.B. University of Nebraska, M.A. University of Nebraska, Ph.D. Harvard University Head of Mathematics Department DONALD LINDSAY ANDERSON, B.S. Univ. of Massachusetts, M.S. Univ. of Connecticut, Ph.D. Cornell Univ. Assistant Professor of Poultry Science JOHN WILLIAM ANDERSON, B.S. Indiana University, M.A. Indiana University Assistant Professor of Accounting JOHN GEDDIE ARCHIBALD, B.S. A. Ontario Agricultural College, M.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College Research Professor of Dairy and Animal Science WILLIAM MAKEPEACE ATWOOD, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. University of Massachusetts Research Instructor of Agronomy Department JOHN SEARLES BAILEY, B.S. Michigan State University, M.S. Iowa State College Associate Professor of Pomology LOUIS N. BAKER, B.S. University of New Hampshire, M.S. Univ. of Kentucky, Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Dairy and Animal Science WALTER MILLER BANFIELD, B.S. Rutgers, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Botany LUTHER BANTA, B.S. Cornell University Assistant Professor of Poultry Husbandry LEONE ALBINSON BARRON, B.A. University of Minnesota, M.A. Radcliffe Instructor of English DAVID C. BARTLETT, B.S. 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University of Vermont Professor of Agricultural Economics EMMETT BENNETT, B.S.. Ohio State Univ., M.S. Univ. of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State Univ. Research Professor of Chemistry DONALD FRANCIS BENTON, A.B. Brown University Assistant Professor of Air Science MORTON BERGER, B.A. Yeshiva University Teaching Fellow in Psychology FREDERICK ABRAHAM BETTELHEIM, B.S. Cornell Univ , M.S. Univ. of California, Ph.D. Univ. of California Instructor in Chemistry EDWARD A. BILLINGS, Aviation Training School, Boston Junior Library Assistant WALLACE GORDON BLACK, B.S. Univ. of Wisconsin, M.S. Univ . of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin Associate Research Professor of Dairy and Animal Science JOHN LEWIS BLAISDELL, B.S. University of Massachusetts Part-time Instructor in Agricultural Engineering MATTHEW LOUIS BLAISDELL, B.S. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor— Administration in College of Agriculture LYLE L. BLUNDELL, B.S. Iowa State College Professor of Horticulture WILLIAM BOCK JR., B.S. Springfield College, M.S. University of Illinois Instructor of Physical Education ALFRED WORDEN BOICOURT, B.S. Cornell University, M.S. Cornell University Extension Specialist in Horticulture RUTH CLOSSON BOICOURT, B.S. Simmons College, M.S. Cornell University Part-time Instructor in Home Economics JAMES S. BOSCO, B.S. Springfield College, M.S. University of Illinois Assistant Professor of Physical Education (Mrs.) BERYL STONE BOUCHARD, B.S. University of Massachusetts Research Instructor in Home Economics BASIL HOLT BOURQUE, B.A. University of New Hampshire Part-time Instructor in Agricultural Economics MORTON M. BOYD, B.S. Pennsylvania State University Instructor in Agricultural Engineering WILLIAM WELCH BOYER, B.C.E. North Carolina State College, M.S. 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Iowa State College Associate Professor of Home Economics KATHERINE ALLEN CLARKE, A.B. Goucher College, John Hopkins University, M.A. Middlebury College, French School, Docteur d ' Universite Universite de Grenoble Assistant Professor of Romance Languages WILLIAM GEORGE COLBY, B.S. University of Illinois, M.S. Rutgers University, Ph.D. Rutgers University Head of Department Agronomy RICHARD MOWRY COLWELL, B.S. Univ. of Rhode Island, M.S. Univ. of Rhode Island, Ph.D. Univ. of Mass. Professor of Accounting JOSEPH CONTINO, B.MUS. Oberlin Conservatory of Music, M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University Assistant Professor of Music GLADYS M. COOK, B.S. Battle Creek College, Indiana Univ., M.S. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor in Home Economics ANA MARIA CORDONES, Teacher of English, National Institute of Secondary Education of Buenos Aires Part-time Instructor of Spanish CAROL BURR CORNISH, A.B. Grinnell College, M.A. Syracuse University Placement Officer for Women ARMAND J. 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Syracuse University, M.A. Columbia University Assistant Professor of Foods EDWARD LYON DAVIS, B.A. Harvard University, M.S. Univ. of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Washington University Instructor in Botany CAPT. EDWARD PARKS DAVIS, B.A. Virginia Military Institute Assistant Professor Military Science ROBERT WILLIAM DAY, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.M.E. Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering JAMES WILSON DAYLTON, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College Associate Dean and Director of Extension Service PRISCILLA MARIE DELAHUNT, B.S. Framingham State Teachers College Teaching Fellow MARILYN BERTHA DERBY, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. Cornell University Instructor in Home Economics LAWRENCE S. DICKINSON, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College, M.S. Massachusetts State College Professor of Agrostology and Faculty Advisor of R.S.O. WILLIAM MOORE DIETEL, B.A. Princeton University, M.A. Yale University Instructor of History GELLESTRINA T. DIMAGGIO, B.A. Connecticut College for Women, M.N. Yale Univ. School of Nursing, M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University Instructor of Nursing WENDELL P. DITMER, B.S. Shippenburg State Teachers College, M.S. University of Pittsburgh Assistant Research Professor of Seed Control JOHN HARLAND DITTFACH, B.S.M.E., M.S.M.E. University of Minnesota Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering HARRY WHITEFIELD DODGE JR., A.B. Princeton University, M.S. University of Kansas Instructor of Geology RALPH WILFRED DONALDSON, B.A. Acadia University, B.S.A. Ontario Agricultural College Extension Agronomist WILLIAM LEONARD DORAN, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts Instructor in Botany JOHN GEORGE DOUGLAS JR., B.S. Lock Haven State Teachers College Instructor of Physical Education ROBERT G. DREWBEAR, B.S. Harvard College, M.B.A. Harvard Business School Assistant Professor of Marketing and Retailing EDWIN DOUGLAS DRIVER, B.A. Temple University, M.A., Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania Assistant Professor of Sociology MARRON S. DUBOIS, B.A. St. Lawrence University Instructor in English HANS CHRISTIAN DUUS, B.S. Carleton College, Ph.D. Harvard University Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering WILLL M HETHERINGTON DURFEE, A.B., M.A. Harvard University, Ph.D. Cornell University Instructor in Mathematics FREDERICK JOHN DZIALO, B.S.C.E. University of Massachusetts Teaching Fellow in the Department of Civil Engineering FREDERICK C. ELLERT, B.S. Univ. of Massachusetts, M.A. Amherst College, Ph.D. Stanford University Professor of German and Department Chairman J. MURRAY ELLIOT, B.S. McDonald College, McGill University, M.S. University of Vermont Assistant Professor " A " , Dairy and Animal Science Department SEYMOUR EPSTEIN, B.A. Brooklyn College, M.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Psychology DWIGHT EDMUND ERLICK, B.A. Colby College, M.A., Ph.D. Columbia University Assistant Professor of Psychology KATHERINE LOUISE ESSELEN, B.S., M.S. Massachusetts State College Instructor in Home Economics WILLIAM BRIGHAM ESSELEN JR., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Research Professor, Department of Food Technology WILLIAM LANCELOT EWBANK, Lt. Col. USAF, B.S. Kansas State Teachers College Assistant Professor of Air Science IRVING S. FAGERSON, B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor in Food Technology LOUIS R. FARE, B.S. Manhattan College Teaching Fellow ROBERT SIMION FELDMAN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Michigan Professor of Psychology CARL RAYMOND FELLERS, A.B. Cornell University, M.S. Rutgers University, Ph.D. Rutgers University Head of Department of Food Technology TSUAN HUA FENG, B.S. Pei-Yang University, China, M.S., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering EDWARD GLENN FENNELL, B.S., N ' .S. Bucknell University, Ed.D. Cornell University Assistant Professor, School of Education HEINRICH FENNER, M.S., Ph.D. Agricultural College Stuttgart-Hohenheim Research Instructor in Dairy and Animal Science JAMES M. FERRIGNO, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Boston University Professor of Romance Languages BERTKA ELEANOR FESSENDEN, B.S. Simmons College Instructor in Chemistry HELEN LONG FIELD, A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University, M.A. Temple University Instructor of Psychology WILLIAM FRANKLIN FIELD, B.S. West Chester Teachers College, Ed.M. Temple Univ., Ph.D. Univ. of Maryland Director of Guidance JOHN ANTHONY FITZGERALD, B.S.E.E. Tufts University, M.S. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering JOHN MAURICE FITZGERALD, B.B.A. Southern Methodist University, B.S. Merchant Marine Academy Instructor of Accounting RICHARD CAROL FOLEY, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College, M.S. Mass. State Coll., Ph.D. Rutgers Univ. Professor " A " , Dairy and Animal Science Department WILLIAM FOOTRICK, B.S., M.P.E. Springfield College Associate Professor of Physical Education THOMAS WALTON FOX, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Purdue University Professor and Head of Poultry Department RALPH LYLE FRANCE, B.S. University of Delaware, M.S. University of Massachusetts Professor of Bacteriology and Head of Bacteriology Department FREDERICK JOHN FRANCIS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. University of Toronto Assistant Professor of Food Technology ARTHUR PERKINS FRENCH, B.S. Ohio State Univ., M.S. Univ. of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Univ. of Minnesota Head of Department of Pomology JAMES EVERARD FULLOR, A.B., M.A. Colorado College, Ph.D. Yale University Research Professor and Acting Head of Department of Bacteriology PAUL A. GAGNON, A.B. University of Massachusetts, A.M. Harvard University Instructor of History PHILIP LYLE GAMBLE, B.S., M.A., Wesleyan University, Ph.D. Cornell University Professor and Head of Department of Economics RICHARD FRANKLIN GARBER, B.S. Springfield College, M.Ed. Pennsylvania State College Assistant Professor, Division of Physical Education and Athletics JAMES GARDNER, A.R.C.A. Royal College of Art, London Part-time Instructor of Landscape Architecture MARY ELLEN GARVEY, B.S. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor of Bacteriology EUGENE CONST ANTINE GASIORKIEWICZ, A.B., M.S. Marquette University, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor " A " of Botany GLADYS GEIGER, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.S. University of Tennessee Instructor of Home Economics ARTHUR C. GENTILE, B.S. City College of New York, M.S. Brown Univ., Ph.D. Univ. of Chicago Assistant Professor of Botany JOHN GILLESPIE, B.A. East Central State Coll., M.A. Univ. of Oklahoma, Ph.D. Univ. of Texas Director of the Bureau of Government Research MARY ELIZABETH GILMORE, Massachusetts General Hospital, School of Nursing, B.S. Simmons College M.S. Catholic University of America Associate Professor of Nursing STOWELL COOLIDGE CODING, A.B. Dartmouth College, A.M. Harvard Univ., Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin Professor and Head of Department of Romance Languages MAXWELL H. GOLDBERG, B.S. University of Massachusetts, M.A., Ph.D. Yale University Professor and Head of English Department CHARLES LEWIS GOLDMAN, B.S. Providence College, M.S. Tufts University Instructor and Resea rch in Veterinary Science IRWIN L. GOODCHILD JR., B.B.A. University of Massachusetts Instructor in Chemical Engineering GEORGE GOODWIN JR., A.B. Williams College, Ph.D. Harvard University Associate Professor of Government MARY MORGAN GOODWIN, B.S. Pennsylvania State College, M.S. Washington State College Research Instructor in Dairy and Animal Science ALBERT E. GOSS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. State University of Iowa Professor of Psychology EMORY ELLSWORTH GRAYSON, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College Director of Placement Service SUMNER M. GREENFIELD, A.B. Boston College, A.M. Boston University, Harvard University Instructor in Romance Languages JULIUS SIDNEY GREENSTEIN, B.A. Clark University, M.S., Ph.D. University of Illinois Assistant Research Professor of Dairy and Animal Science THOMAS A. GROW, B.S. University of Connecticut, M.S. Virginia Polytechnical Institute Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering EMIL FREDERICK CUBA, B.S. Massachusetts Agricultural College, Ph.D. University of Illinois Research Professor of Botany LAWRENCE CARROLL HACKAMACK, B.A. Culver Stockton College, M.A. Western Illinois State College, Ph.D. State University of Iowa Assistant Professor of Industrial Administration THOMAS SHERMAN HAMILTON JR., B.F.A. University of Illinois Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture DENZEL J. HANKINSON, B.S. Michigan State Univ., M.S. Univ. of Connecticut, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State Univ. Head cf Department of Dairy and Animal Science JOHN FRANCIS HANSON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor of Entomology HAROLD ERNEST HARDY, B.A. Pomona CoHege, Ph.D. University of Minnesota Professor of Marketing RICHARD DAVIS HARPER, A.B. University of Vermont, M.A., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Instructor of Speech JOHN S. HARRIS, B.S. University of Richmond, N!.A. College of William and Mary, M.S. Syracuse University Ph.D. University of Chicago Professor of Government and Head of Department WILLIAM K. HARRIS, D.V.M. Ohio State University Professor of Veterinary Science JOHN RALPH HAVIS, B.S. Texas Technological College, M.S., Ph.D. Cornell University Head of Waltham Field Station ROBERT O. HAWES, B.S. University of Maine Graduate Assistant KIRBY MAXWELL HAYES, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts Associate Professor of Food Technology FRANK ALFRED HAYS, B.S. Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical School, M.A. University of Nebraska, Ph.D. Iowa State College Research Professor of Poultry Genetics PETER HELLER, B.A. McGill University, M.A., Ph.D. Columbia University Associate Professor of German KARL N. HENDRICKSON, B.S.G.E., M.S.C.E., B.S.C.E. University of Maine Professor of Civil Engineering ROLAND F. HESS, B.S. Pennsylvania State Teachers College Part-time Instructor in Physical Education GEORGE RICHARDSON HIGGINS, B.S. University of New Hampshire, S.M. Massachusetts Inst, of Technology Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering ROBIN D. S. HIGHAM, A.B. Harvard Univ., M.A. Claremont Graduate School, Ph.D. Harvard University Instructor of History JOHN LORD H03ART, B.S. University of Massachusetts Instructor of Dairy and Animal Science FRANCIS WILLIAM HOLMES, B.A. Oberlin College, Ph.D. Cornell University Assistant Professor and Research in Shade Trees LEE ELBERT HOLT, B.A. Swarthmore College, M.A. Columbia Univ., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Visiting Professor of English BRONISLAW M. HONIGBERG, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. University of California Assistant Professor of Zoology ROBERT S. HOPKINS, B.A. Rutgers University, M.E.D. Rutgers University Dean of Men WALTER HOPKINS, B.S.M.E. University of Michigan Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering JOHN WARREN HOUGH, B.S. University of Vermont, M.S. Cornell University Extension Poultry Specialist MARSHALL CHAPMAN HOWARD, A.B. 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University of Berlin Assistant Professes-, Research, of Agricultural Economics FRED PAINTER JEFFREY, B.S. Pennsylvania State University, M.S. University of Massachusetts Director of Stockbridge and Associate Dean of the College of Agriculture RANDOLPH ANTHONY JESTER, B.S. Virginia Polytechnical Institute, M.S. Rutgers University Assistant Professor of Floriculture MIGUEL A. JIMENEZ, B.S. University of Havana, M.S. University of California Research Instructor in Food Technology WARREN IRVING JOHANSSON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Geology KENNETH W. JOHNSON, B.S. University of Vermont Treasurer of the University LINUS HALE JONES, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Rutgers University Assistant Professor and Research in Botany WESLEY ROBERT JONES, B.S. University of Connecticut, M.S. University of Massachusetts Assistant District Agent, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service SIDNEY KAPLAN, B.A. City College of New York, M.A. Boston University Assistant Professor of English SOLIS L. KATES, B.S., M.S. City College of New York, Ph D. Columbia University Professor of Clinical Psychology SIDNEY W. KAUFFMAN, B.S., M.Ed. Springfield College Head of Department of Physical Education for Men LT. FRANCIS KAVANAGH, B.S. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Air Science WINIFRED A. KELLY, Diploma , Massachusetts Memorial Hospital, B.S., M.S. Boston University Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Nursing CARL A. KEYSER, B.S., M.S. Worcester Poly. Inst., B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering, Carnegie Inst, of Technology Professor of Metallurgical Engineering REUBEN KHATCHIKIAM, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. University of Tennessee Instructor in Food Technology CLIFFORD VAUGHN KIGHTLINGER, B.5., M.S. Grove City College Professor of Agronomy MILO KIMBALL, B.S. Ohio Northern Univ., B.B.A., M.B.A. Boston Univ., Certificate, Northwestern University Dean of School of Business Administration GORDON STEPHENSON KING, B.S. Michigan State University Professor of Arboriculture ROBERT McCUNE KINGDON, A.B. Oberlin College, M.A.., Ph.D. Columbia University Assistant Professor of History ROBERT K. KINSEY, B.A. Indiana University Instructor of Economics CARROLL JAMES KLETT, B.A. Jamestown College, M.S. State College of Washington, Ph.D. Univ. of Washington Visiting Lecturer in Psychology HARUE KOIKE, B.A. Mt. Holyoke College Graduate Fellow in English THEODORE T. KOZLOWSKI, B.S. Syracuse University, M.A., Ph.D. Duke University Head of Department of Botany ATHANASIOS KIRATSOUS, B.S. University of Thessaloniki Instructor in Agricultural Engineering KAROL JOSEPH KUCINSKI, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Agronomy WILLIAM HENRY LACH MAN, B.S., M.S. Pennsylvania State College Professor of Olericulture RAUNO ANDREW LAMPI, B.S, M.S., University of Massachusetts Instructor and Research in Food Technology CLAIRE JACQUELINE LANDRO, B.A. Boston University Instructor of Romance Languages JOSEPH WALTON LANGFORD JR., B.S. Univ. of New Hampshire, S.M. in E.E. Massachusetts Inst, of Technology Professor of Electrical Engineering MARSHALL OLIN LANPHEAR, B.S., M.S. University of Massachusetts Registrar EDWARD PETER LARKIN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Bacteriology DEANE LEE, B.S. University of Massachusetts Instructor of Agricultural Economics WALTER WILFRID LEE, M.B. Toronto University, M.P.H. Harvard School of Public Health District Public Health Office ALLEN S. LELAND, B.S. University of Massachusetts State County Agent Leader BARLEY ALANSON LELAND, B.S. University of Vermont Assistant State Club Leader ROBERT WARD LENTILHON, B.S. in B.A. University of Rhode Island, M.B.A. Boston University Assistant Professor of Accounting ARTHUR S. LEVINE, B.S., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Professor of Food Technology ARNOLD EDWIN LEVITT, B.A. Reed College, M.A. Oregon State College, Ph.D. Oregon State College Instructor of Chemistry HERBERT LEVITT, B.B.A. City College of New York, M.S. University of Massachusetts Part-time Instructor of Psychology DAVID WILLIAM LEWIT, A.B. Princeton University, M.A. Stanford University Instructor of Psychology RICHARD JOSEPH LIBERA, B.A. American International College Part-time Instructor in Mathematics HARVEY LIFTON, B.B.A. City College of New York, M.S. University of Massachusetts Part-time Instructor in Psychology WALDO CHANDLER LINCOLN JR., B.S. University of Massachusetts Research Instructor in Seed Control ADRIAN HERVEY LINDSEY, B.S. University of Illinois, M.S., Ph.D. Iowa State College Professor and Head of Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management EDGAR ERNEST LINDSEY, B.S. Georgia Institute of Technology, D.Eng. Yale University Head of Department of Chemical Engineering WARREN LITSKY, A.B. Clark University, M.S. University of Massachusetts, Ph.D. Michi gan State University Research Professor in Bacteriology HENRY N. LITTLE, B.S.. Cornell University, M.S., Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Professor of Chemistry GIDEON E. LIVINGSTON, A B. New York University, M.S., Ph. D. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Food Technology JOHN BAILEY LONGSTAFF, B.S. U.S. Naval Academy, M.S. Pennsylvania State College Associate Professor of Engineering HOBART HAYES LUDDEN, B.B.A. Boston University Business Manager JAMES BUREN LUDTKE, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. University of Iowa Associate Professor of Business Finance GEORGE HETHERINGTON LYTTLE, B.S. U.S. Naval Academy, M.S. in E.E. 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DePauw University, M.A., Ph.D. Harvard University Dean of Graduate School, Head of Department of Zoology HRANT M. YEGIAN, B.S. Iowa State University, M.S. University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor of Agronomy ROBERT E. YOUNG, B.S. Oklahoma A. and M. College, M.S. Ohio State University Research Professor of Agriculture JOHN WALTER ZAHRADNIK, B.S. Pennsylvania State University, M.S. Iowa State University Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering, Acting Head of Department STUDENT at MASSACHUSETTS CAMPUS VARIETIES ROISTER DOISTERS •ARMS AND THE MAN ' • Audience enjoys a typical Bowker performance Rehearsing for " Arms and the Man ' !beer-a-tho] UGLY MAN CONTEST --LATEST RESULTS " STUDYING " INTRAMURALS " IN SPRING SPRING DAY ' Jill !!!!!llf!il1 ik: ,J HONORS CONVOCATION TIME IS GROWING SHORT THE CULMINATION. ...OF AN EXPERIENCE ' . •;?{-? m ' m r i H%;-|iLs 4r " ' ' , w Hb Jhi IP I i fm mit ' i k! ; . ' i : ' ' i .yf w " T r M Dl i f i i mm mjim V S( ' U WMUA 44TH i mUi L MOHTinULTURAL HH[]VV .: lVi:i?H!TY HP MAHHAHMUKfCTTH HT[]{;KI3i?!i][;H I ' MUUl. [][- AClVoLTlJRK HOL vniu: s iXUinTHAMPTHN Fi.ni? IHTS s [;ahi]ivhrh [il.lJH «»»m. t ' - ' HORT SHOW ROBERT FROST MILITARY BALL After the Ball HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES " NiVERsrrv ® fflffiBrts ' i:- .iS , - »- £ 4, ■|- ■-y4L . a sfft? ' - X mi f ) WINTER CARNIVAL ;r: ' :: ' J?: f:iHrd?:iiv.li-ii SPORTS m mmi mmn mm Front Row Dick Atkinson, Everett Brinson, Douglas Burhce, Bill Knowlton, Jim Keelon, Ronald Carlson Rear Row William Footrick (Coach), Donald Camp, Harold Mallett, Bob Horn (Coach) Coach Bob " Squeaky " Horn ' s Freshman Cross Country team ended its 1956 season with a strong record of four wins and three defeats. The Little Redman were paced all year by Jim Keelon and Dick Atkinson, two of the best varsity prospects seen in the last few years. The freshman first five was filled out by Bill Knowlton, Doug Burhoe and Ron Carlson who made the harriers a well balanced club. The season opened with a loss to Harvard at Franklin Park, but the Frosh bounced back to trip B.U. in a triangular meet with U. Conn. Atkinson finished first in the three school field. Two more impressive wins were added against Amherst and Springfield with Jim Keelan taking both firsts and Dick Atkinson taking both seconds. A one point squeaker was lost to Mt. Herman in spite of another 1-2 performance by the two top Redmen. The Frosh then placed eight in the New Englands at Franklin Park with Atkinson taking a ninth against the top performers in the East. A strong win over U.N.H. finished a very successful season for the Little Redmen. Harvard B.U. Conn. Amherst Springfield Mt. Herman New Englands U.N.H. FROSH CROSS COUNTRY U.M Opp 39 21 44 61 44 25 25 31 24 32 28 27 El ghth 26 29 Seated Jim Keelon, Richard Atkinson, Everett Brinson, Carl Mayes, William Knowlton, Robert O ' Malley Standing William Footrick (Coach), Jerrad Gravel, Harold Barron, Bryan McCue, James Wrynn, Harold Glass The record of the freshman indoor track team was one win and two losses, but it does not give a very clear picture of the season. One of their losses was to a strong Connecticut team by one point, and in their final meet they defeated the New Hampshire frosh by an overwhelming score of 51-43- The Little Redman also rewrote the UMass record books. Jim Keelon was the boy mainly responsible for the need of a new record book, as he broke three freshman marks, in the 440, 600, and 880, in addition to teaming up with Carl Mayes, Bob O ' Malley, and Bill Knowlton to crack the frosh mile relay record. Leo Downey also shattered three records in his specialties, the weight events. The team enjoyed quite a bit of depth, having strong performers in all events. In the short distances Gerry Gravel, Harry Glass, and Armand Sabourin were consistent scorers, while in mile Jim Wryenn and Dick Atkins en were a strong one-two punch. The frosh were strongest in the middle distances. In addition to Keelon Mayes, O ' Malley, Knowlton and Everett Brinson all picked up many valuable points during the season. In the weights Downey dominated the field, as is evident from some of his record-breaking performances. With this strong group of freshmen, Coach Bill Footrick should be looking at the next three years with a gleam in his eye. Holy Cross Connecticut UMass Opp. 41 53 47 48 FROSH TRACK New Hampshire 51 43 Front Row: Dave Hjerpe, Don Medera, Tom Flynn (Co-Capt.), Lee Chisholm (Co-Capt.), Pete Schwarz, Dick Leonard Rear Row: William Footrick (Coach), Bob Horn (Asst. Coach) VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY The 1956 edition of the Redmen cross-country team had possibilities of being one of the best in the University ' s History. Coach Bill Footrick was looking forward to the promising group of sophomores that had made up his freshman New England Championship team of last year plus a strong field of veterans. However, a fine season became a disappointing one with a mediocre record of three and three. Among the fin prospects from last year ' s undefeated freshman team was Eric Dahl, the former t cp freshman winner in New England. The 1956 edition of the Redmen cross-c ointry team had possibilities of being one of the best in the University ' s history. Coach Bill Footrick was looking forward to the promising group of sophomores that had made up his freshman New England Championship team of last year plus a strong field of veterans. However, a fine season became a disappointing one with a mediocre record of three and three. Among the fine prospects from last year ' s undefeated freshman team was Eric Dahl, the former top freshman winner in New England. Sophs Don Medera and Richie Leonard also showed the potential to become top varsity runners. The remainder of the team was composed of experienced juniors. Lee Chisholm had just returned from the service, and this tireless competitor was to act as an unexpected bonus package to Coach Footrick ' s harriers. Tom Flynn, who shared co-captain honors with Lee, had been consistently in the first line finishers in his sophomore year. Rounding out the strong list of juniors were Dave Hjerpe and Pete Schwarz. The season opened with a perfect score, first five finishers, in a win over Williams College 15-38. The team ' s consistent first man, Lee Chisholm, sparked this triumph with Don Medera ana Tom Flynn close behind. The second meet of the year proved a complete reversal with a loss to Harvard by a perfect score of 48-15. The Redmen then traveled to Connecticut to take part in a triangular meet with U.Conn and Boston University. The U Mass men beat the Terriers, but New England champion Steglety and company from UConn proved too strong for them. The next UMass victim was Springfield College. For the second time during the season it was by a perfect score of 15-44. One of the brighter aspects of the victory was the return of Pete Schwarz to action. The lanky junior was undefeated as a frosh, but had forsaken running for the season. He agreed to return in an attempt to add late seas en scoring punch, and in his first meet Schwarz proved himself, finishing in a three way tie for first with Chishdm and Medera. Leonard and Flynn filled in the fourth and fifth positions respectively before a Springfield runner could cross the finish line. The Yankee Conference games were the first of the post season competition. Coach Footrick ' s proteges took a third behind UConn and last year ' s champions, Maine. Until this point the Redmen had made a fine showing with three wins, two losses, and a third in the Yankee Conference games. In the New Englands where they failed to finish five men and in their loss to a mediocre New Hampshire team they definitely let down. Perhaps there may have been a difference if a leg injury hadn ' t slowed up Eric Dahal. Except for the disappointment of the last two meets it was a very successful season, especially the " perfect score " victories over Williams and Springfield. Probably the most encouraging aspect of the season is the fact that everyone will be returning. In addition to a year of seasoning a strong freshmen crop should turn UMass into one of the strongest cross- country teams in New England. UMass. Opp Williams 15 38 Harvard 48 15 B.U. 55 62 Conn. 55 19 Springfield 15 44 Yankee Conference 3rd New Englands incompleted N.H. 33 26 -Mm ' M: : V: ■i -:- ir. svi Bottom Row Rosenberg (Manager), Niedzwiecki, Finegold, Lee, Richards, McCarry and Bowler (Co-Captalns), Eagan, Santos Sutcliffe, Brlggs (Coach) MidcUe Row Lindqulst, Burke, Doherty, Mailman, Morrone, Goclowski, Cutting, Collins, Colas, Green, Sundqulst Top Row Zaninl, McCarthy, Collette, Dune, Demerjian, Hawkins, Walker, Blenkowski, losue VARSITY SOCCER The soccer team had the spirit but lacked the experience and finished the season with a record d 1 win, 4 losses, and 4 ties. Despite their unimpressive record, the Briggsmen made a fine showing against all their opponents. In their opening game of the season the UMass hooters were held to a 1-1 tie by Coast Guard. Seconds after the starting whistle, last year ' s high scorer, Billy Burke, took up here he left off by tallying the first goal of the game and the season. UMass was the aggressor throughout the first half, and although constantly in Coast Guard territory, they couldn ' t seem to get the ball into the nets. The New Londoners looked sharp in the third period as they tied it up on a well-executed shot. From then on it was a standstill, and the score remained tied at 1-1. In their first home game of the season, the Redmen fought their way to another 1-1 tie against W.P.I. From the opening gun both teams gave it their all, but it wasn ' t until the half was almost over that either team scored. Mitch Feingold came out of nowhere and booted the ball past the bewildered W.P.I, goalie. After the intermission the Redmen and their opponents took turns holding the ball in each other ' s zone. In the last period W.P.I, capitalized on a penalty shot and evened the score. This sent the game into two five-minute overtimes, but neither team was able to gain the advantage. Hoping to break the tie jinx, the Redmen traveled to Williams to meet one of the strongest teams on the schedule. The Briggsmen grabbed the lead early in the first period on a goal by Billy Burke. Displaying the hustle and determination that seems to characterize all UMass soccer teams, our defense repelled all attempts by Williams to even the score and left the field at halftime with a 1-0 lead. It was a sad Homecoming at UMass for all the home teams including the soccer men. Connecticut copped the tilt with goals to spare, 4-1. Encouraged by an early score on a penalty shot, the visitors drove three more goals into the nets, while the Redmen could only manage one. After the intermission the Redmen came out looking like a new team and proceeded to score their first and only tally with Co-Captain Lou McCarry booting it in. From then on UConn controlled the ball until the game ended. Facing one of the better soccer teams in New England, a crippled Redmen outfit dropped its fourth straight game to Trinity 6-1. With Lou McCarry and Dick Golas out for the season, the UMass hooters were no match for the powerful Bantams. Trinity scored first in the second period and kept adding goals until the game ended with the score standing at 6-1. The lone UMass score came when Ben Doherty received an offside kick and rammed it into the goal. In their last home game of the season the Briggsmen came back strong to tie the University of Bridgeport 2-2 at Alumni Field. The visitors pulled out to a quick 2-0 lead, stifling all Redmen attempts to score. It was on the strength of Ben Doherty ' s two second-half goals that the home team earned their, third tie of the season. The soccer men ended their win famine with a 4-1 victory over Clark. For the first time all season the offense really got rolling. Combining with the steady defense of Co-Captain Ned Bowler and Joe Moronne, the Briggsmen beat the Worcesterites, scoring in every period but the first. Clark scored first early in the game, but with the opening of the second period things took a new slant. The Redmen front line kept the ball in the defender ' s territory, and Web Cutting broke the ice for the UMass club on a shot that fooled the Clark goalie completely. In the third period Billy Burke put the Redmen in front with a beautifully executed shot. The scoring ended when Web Cutting, scoring his second goal of the day, wrapped it up for the Mass men. For their last game of the season the Redmen traveled to Medford to meet a strong Tufts team. The hooters went all out to end the season with a successful note and played a superb game. However, fate was against them, and all they could manage was a 1-1 tie by virtue of Web Cutting ' s goal. Despite the fact that his team experienced one of their worst seasons in many a year. Coach Briggs has the highest hopes for next year ' s squad. This has been an unusual year as far as quantity and quality of freshman material is concerned. Add to this the twelve returning lettermen, and the future seems bright once again. t FROSH SOCCER INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL The 1956 football season was the start of a great year for intramurals. Spirit and participation reached a new high, and competition was keener than ever. At the end of regular season play Van Meter A and Lewis A were tied for first place in the dormitory league with records of five wins and two ties. This necessitated a playoff, and Van Meter A emerged the winner by a score of 20-0. The game featured an exceptional amount of running, all three touchdowns being scored on end runs. The fraternity league championship wasn ' t decided until the last week of the season. Until TEP beat both SAE and LCA it was anyone ' s guess as to who would wear the fraternity crown. TEP, a pre-season darkhorse, finished their schedule with only one loss. Their lone defeat was an upset at the hands of AGR. The season was full of upsets, but perhaps the biggest was AEPi ' s victory over LCA. It came in the last game for both teams and pushed LCA out of third place. In the independent league it was the Old Tads on top for the second straight year. In that time they have never lost a game in regular season play. The Old Tads then played Van Meter A, the dorm champs, for the right to meet TEP for the intramural championship. They jumped out to a quick 7-0 Lead by virtue of an end run by Dick Coleman. Both teams dug in, and the score was the same when the game ended. It was a completely different story when the Old Tads met TEP in the championship game. For the first time during the season the Old Tads were on the losing end. Sparked by Skippy Elman and Maxie Reinstein, TEP overcame a 12-7 deficit to win by a score 22-12. Until this year this would have been the last game, but something new had been added. The intramural department arranged to have a game played between our champions and the champions from the University of New Hampshire. Theta Chi represented UNH, and the game was played before the largest intramural crowd of the season. Both teams played like true champions, with the lead changing hands four times. TEP led with three minutes remaining to be played, but the Wildcats were not to be denied the victory and fought back to win by a score of 27-26. FRATERNITY LEAGUE W T L TEP 11 1 SAE 9 1 2 AGR 9 1 2 LCA 9 2 1 SPE 6 5 KS 4 1 6 PSK 3 2 QTV 4 7 TC 3 1 7 TKE 3 1 8 ASP 2 2 6 AEPi 2 8 PMD 2 8 INDEPENDENT LEAGUE W T L Old Tads 9 Spades AC 8 1 1 Van Meter B 6 3 2nd Bn 5 4 Loose Fish 4 1 2 Husbands 4 1 2 Lewis C 4 1 3 Plymouth 2 8 Lewis B 1 9 Lewis D 10 DORMITORY LEAGUE W T L Van Meter A 5 2 Lewis A 5 2 Thatcher 5 2 Baker A 4 1 2 Greenough 3 4 Chadbourne 1 1 4 Butterfield 1 5 Brooks 7 VARSITY FOOTBALL Left to Right, Front Row Charlie Mellen, Roger Barous, John Cieri, Jack Noble, Frank Sprlggs, Co-Captain Jim Dolan, Co-Captain Dave Ingram, Bob Sampson, Dick Wright, Tom Whalen, Buzz Allen, Ken MacRae, Dick Bergquist Middle Row Win MacDonald, Vic Vickerson, John Kominski, John O ' Keefe, Bob Ferriani, John Tero, Dan Desmond, Bob Moynihan, Bob DeValle, Ronnie Blume, Bill Connolly, Bill Maxwell, Bill Goodwin, Al Bedrosian Back Row Fred losue, Frank Sousa, Phil Berardi, John Montosi, Marty Fallon, Charlie Carpenter, Vince Messina, Doc Enos The football team had already been practising for two weeks before the rest of the students returned to campus for classes. Spirit was running high in the Redmen camp, but lack of depth in the line posed a serious problem for Coach Charlie O ' Rouke The team had thirteen lettermen returning, six in the backfield and seven in the forward wall. Among backs Whalen, Noble, Wright, Mellen, Barous, and Bergquist were the power to explode at any moment. Ingram, Dolan, and Allen were expected to spearhead the line. O ' Keefe, Miller, Spriggs, and MacRae were also counted upon to be important in a line that lacked both depth and experience. Despite the lack of reserves the Redmen still hoped to have a good season. Then Lady Luck intervened. Guard Bill Goodwin and back Dick Thompson were lost for the season with broken legs, and tackle Frank Spriggs and halfback Dickie Wright were put out of action by knee injuries. The loss of Goodwin and Spriggs was a serious blow to the thin Redmen line, since both were slated as starters. In the first game of the season the highly spirited Redmen met A.I.C. The game itself was a seesaw affair with the two teams battling to a 6-6 tie. The men from Mass. drew first blood on a sensational 68-yard dash by Bob DeValle. Charl ' e Mellen ' s try for the extra point was blocked, and that was all the scoring done in the first half. However, in the third quarter, the Aces stopped the UMass offense cold, and when they got the ball they began their long march downfield. They finally scored on a 15-yard pass play that caught the UMass club flatfooted. Their try for the extra point was off to the right, and the score stood at 6-6. Both teams dug in, and neither was able to push the ball across the goal line. The Redmen traveled to Boston to meet the B.U. Terriers for the first time since 1892. The Boston papers had picked the Terriers as a four touchdown favorite, but before the final whistle blew 13,000 fans had seen a determined UMass football team succumb to the B.U. eleven by a deceiving score of 19-6. Midway through the first quarter the Redmen pushed down to the B.U. 40 yard line and Dickie Wright scooped in a short pass and went the rest of the way for the game ' s first score. The Terriers fought back and tied the score. The ball kept changing hands for the majority of the third quarter. Then the B.U. men exploded and added two more quick scores. The Redmen fought back gallantly, but to no avail. It was a record crowd that turned out to see our Saturday heroes face Connecticut on Homecoming Day, and it was a record crowd that watched the home team suffer its worst defeat in its 77 year history. It was a sad bunch of Umies that left Alumni Field after the final whistle with the score standing at 71-6. Depth again played an important part in the defeat, as the Redmen were forced to keep using the same players again and again against fresh Huskies. The only bright spot for the Redmen was the TD pass from Tommy Whalen to John O ' Keefe. The Rhode Island Rams snapped out of a three game losing streak and extended the UMass losing streak to a like number by downing the visiting UMies 34-13- An indication of the final outcome of the game was seen when the Rams scored twice in the first quarter. UMass struck back in the second period, traveling 72 yards for the score. The drive was sparked by Tommy Whalen ' s passing and Bob Feiriane ' s receiving, with Dickie Wright banging over for the TD. The intermission didn ' t seem to cool down the Rams a bit, and they opened the third period with another score. In the final stanza the Redmen went back on the war path again and climaxed a long drive with Charlie Mellen shooting around end for the six-pointer. Rhode Island closed out the scoring late in the fourth quarter, and that was it for the afternoon. Despite the loss, there were some bright spots for the Redmen. Roger Barous returned to action for the first time since the B.U. game, and sophomore Billy Maxwell proved himself a fine passing quarterback. It was Dad ' s Day at Alumni Field, and all the player s ' fathers turned out to watch their sons gain their first victory of the season at the expense of Northeastern. The Redmen jumped off to a quick lead in the first period when Charlie Mellen pitched a running pass to Dick Wright for the initial score of the game. A long drive from deep in their own territory enabled the Huskies to tie it up just as the half ended. The Huskies controlled the ball almost exclusively during the second half, but they were never quite able to reach pay dirt. The visitors from Boston were forced to punt late in the fourth quarter, and Mellen took the ball on his own 15. From there he eluded would-be tacklers and sprinted 85 yards for the TD that spelled victory for a determined Redmen squad. The win-hungry Redmen fought their way to a 26-19 victory over Vermont at Burlington. The joy of victory was somewhat marred by an injury to Bill Goodwin that put him out of the lineup for the remainder of the season. The Cantamounts opened the game with a quick score, but the Redmen struck back as Tom Whalen hit Dave Ingram with a 35-yard aerial for a score. In the second period the Green Mountain lads pulled ahead on another TD. The Redmen then took possession of the ball, and proceeded to tie the score on Charlie Mellen ' s run from the six. He added the conversion, and UMies led by one point at the end of the first half. The Redmen really caught fire in the third period and racked up two more tallies. Both were on pass plays- one from Ronnie Blume to Dick Berquist and another from Whalen to Ingram. The Cantamounts fought back, scoring in the last period; but it was too late, and the Redmen chalked up their second win in a row. Seeking their third consecutive win, the Redmen played host to Brandeis University at Alumni Field. The day was designated as ROTC Day with all the cadets participating. The first half witnessed the poorest showing of the team all season. The Redmen failed to make a single first down, while the Judges poured on a series of scores. Led by their ace quarterback Jim Stehlin, Brandeis rolled to a 32-0 lead. UMass managed to salvage some prestige by digging in hard in the second half and pushing 14 points across the scoreboard. The UMass TD ' s were scored on passes from Whalen to Ingram and Barous respectively. Another tally by Brandeis and the day ' s scoring ended. The Redmen came to the end of another trail as they were clawed by the UNH Wildcats 28-7 in their last game of the season. UNH opened the scoring midway through the first period on a long aerial. The Redmen started a long drive, and it looked like the UMass men were going to tie it up; but they ran out of gas, and the score stood 7-0. The Redmen opened the third period with an onside kick that they recovered themselves. Then they turned on the heat, and Barous crashed over just seven plays later with Charlie Millen adding the extra point to tie up the contest. However, the last period the roof fell in on the weary Redmen, as the Wildcats scored three times. The loss marked the end of the most rocky road that the Redmen have trod in several years. They wound up the campaign with 2 wins, 5 losses, and 1 tie. However, with the solution to the depth problem at hand in the person of fine frosh prospects, the often repeated cry of " Wait till next year " rings loud and clear, and with justification. I SIfeiJWi w FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The 1956 freshman football team, undei the coaching of Hank Woronicz, compiled only a mediocre record of 2 wins and 2 losses. However, the team displayed an exceptional amount of spirit and potential varsity talent. Plagued by the injury jinx right from the opening kickoff against Cheshire Academy, the Little Redmen lost three of their starters for most of the game. The frosh couldn ' t seem to get their offense rolling and went down to a strong Cheshire team 26-0. A week later the UMass Frosh traveled to Worcester to meet Worcester Academy. Led by the two scores of Tommy Brown, the frosh turned the game into a romp. They proceeded to add two more scores, one by Sabourn and one by Kindred. Final score: UMass 26. Worcester Academy 7. Intheir first home game of the season the freshmen again proved themselves a strong eleven by downing the Springfield understudies 27-6. Scatback Sobourn was the outstanding player on the field, reeling off several long runs. A third period spelled defeat for the UMass yearlings in their only Yankee Conference encounter against New Hampshire. The game was a thriller right down to the final whistle with the lead changing hands four times. Sabourn was again outstanding, as was Paul Magee, a stalwart on defense all season. The majority of the freshman team are already looking forward to playing with the varsity next fall, and with their competitive spirit, we ' ll probably be seeing a lot more of them next fall. FRESHMAN SWIMMING The Freshman swimming team under Coach Joe Rogers compiled only a mediocre record of two wins and two losses, but produced a good array of future varsity material. In their first meet the Frosh lost to Wesylan by a score of 45 to 30. However, their next meet was quite a different story. The Little Redmen took seven firsts in nine events en route to a 54-31 victory. After a loss to Mt. Herman, the Frosh swam back into the win column. For the second time this year they captured seven of nine firsts and downed Brandeis 47-27. Both Charles Knight and John Hennigan finished first three times second once in four meets, and Thompson and Williams also placed in every meet. In diving, Bob Sharret was a standout performer taking three firsts and a second in the four meets. These boys and some of the others should give Coach Rogers the depth necessary for a good swimming team. U.Mass. Opp. Wesylyan 30 45 Worcester Jr. 54 31 Mt. Herman 27 50 Brandeis 47 27 VARSITY SWIMMING Paced by Captain Clark Baldwin and Dick Ham, the Mermen posted a season ' s record of 6 wins, 2 losses and 1 tie. Squeaking by a highly-rated Coast Guard team, and tying a well-matched M.l.T. squad. Coach Joe Rogers ' swimmers had one of the most successful seasons of all University Winter Sports. Leading in the point department, graduating captain Clark Baldwin was a consistent scorer in the 220 and 100, while j unior Dick Ham lost only one race during the season. A newcomer to the team, but another high scorer was Denny Carroll, a sophomore who swam the 5 and 100. Other consistent point-getters were Roger Morin, Bill O ' Rourke, and Buzz Richardson who doubled on the diving board and wrestling mat. Hampered by lack of depth, the Redmen had several close calls, and lost to a better-rounded UConn team toward the end of the season. Coach Joe Rogers will be losing several seniors this year. This is the last season for Clark Baldwin, Ralph Doe, Pete Stoler, Sid Goldberg, Bill O ' Rourke, and Jim Beattie. Bob Gibbs, recently returned from military service also swam his final season. This will leave plenty of openings for this years ' frosh to fill, and Mermen will be counting on some frosh freestylers and butterfly men in hopes of having as a fine a season as this year. UMass. Opp. Wesleyan 47 39 R.P.L 49 37 W.P.L 62 24 Amherst 26 59 Holy Cross 57 29 M.l.T. 43 43 Tufts 57 29 Coast Guard A6 40 UConn 32 54 VARSITY WRESTLING Left to Right, Kneeling George Marcoulier, Peter Montminy, Phil Stowell, Art Rapoza (Captain) Standing Roger Davis, Buzz Richardson, Ray Marr, Jim Rutledge, Al Bedrosian, John Douglas (Coach) Despite a season ' s record of only one win and seven losses, the 1957 season saw a steady improvement in the caliber of the UMass matmen. The standout performances of Captain Art Raposa, Phil Stowell, and Buzz Richardson give a good indication that next year ' s squad will have just the right balance of experience and depth to develop a winning team. Art Raposa, who finished his collegiate wrestling career with eight wins in eight matches, if the only graduating member of this winning threesome. Art, who had no pre-college wrestling experience, became the fine wrestler he is in just four seasons, finishing this year with an undefeated slate. Phil Stowell, a sophomore from Needham, was last year ' s freshman New England Champion. This year he came into his own, winning seven out of his eight matches. Along with Raposa he will give the Redmen a fine representation in the New England championships this spring. Buzz Richardson, who had never wrestled until this season, developed into one of the top heavyweights in New England. After losing his first match. Buzz bounced back to win his last seven in a row. The natural ability of this fine athlete really showed in his rapid progress from a novice to a standout performer in only two short months. This year ' s squad also boasted such men as Ray Marr, George Marcoulier, Roger Davis, Frank Allaire, Al Bendrosian, Metro Kalafatis, Jim Rutledge, and Al Hoite. Irv Labovitz, and Pete Montiminy, two other members of the varsity, were sidelined for the season because of injuries. These two fellows should be back next year to help provide the needed depth the squad will require. The freshman team will provide some good material for next year in the presence of Bill Harris and Wallace Gordon, both of whom will wrestle in the New England ' s this spring. Coach John Douglas, a fine wrestler in his own right, did an excellent job of putting together the team. The coach feels that the experience gained this season, coupled with the development of many new boys will give UMass a strong club for the ' 58 schedule. Coach Douglas intends to give exhibitions and demonstrations of wrestling technique next year in order to build up more student interest and support for the wrestling team. VARSITY HOCKEY Seated Jack Battis, Ron Pozo, Paul Lynch, Lynwood, Sutcliff, Ron Lundgren (Captain), Ger Ray Flynn, Paul Backman De Masellis, Dick Penel, Standing ' Ted Smith (Manager), William LaBelle (Trainer), Joe Maronne, John MacCateer, Fred Phillips, Dave Powers, Al Andrews, Henry Haizen, Deane Lamphear, James Brown, Bill Goodwin, Steve Kosakowski (Coach) Coach Steve Kosakowski ' s hockey team finished its third hockey season in much better style than its six and seven record indicates. Standing two and six at one point, the Redmen caught fire for four straight wins before bowing to Amherst in an overtime period in the last game of the season. Two of the losses were in overtime, another was to Eastern Small Colleges Champion, A.I.C., and still another heartbreaker to a powerful Williams club by one goal. Much of the credit for this year ' s team success goes to Captain Ronnie Lundgren and Jack Battis. Both of these boys were brilliant in their three years of skating for the Redmen. Lundgren was the tireless worker behind many of the goals this year, and Battis averaged fifty-six out of sixty in every game at defense. Goalie Gene Demaisselis, Paul Lynch, and Ron Pozo were also quite important in the puckster ' s attack. Just before Christmas the Redmen were trounced by a championship A.l.C. team. However, the team rebounded to whip Amherst College 4-1. Phillips, Pozo, and Lundgren did the scoring against our cross town rivals. Early in January the UMass club met a weak Wesleyan team and literally " skated " over them 11-2. Lynch, with five goals, and Pozo, with one goal and five assists, were the big guns in the scoring attack. A tough loss to New Hampshire in overtime was the next UMass battle. Ron Pozo ' s two goals tied the game in the last period, and from there it was just a case of bad breaks. Another one goal defeat followed at the hands of Williams, 3-2. Coach Kosakowski ' s boys outplayed the Ephmen for the majority of the game, but they couldn ' t overcome the 2-0 deficit of the first two minutes. Two weeks later a convincing 5-2 victory over Bowdoin was the start of a late season splurge. It continued as the Redmen completely out-classed a Holy Cross team by a 2-0 score. Paul Lynch picked up the scoring honors by driving home both tallies. The next U.M. opponent was Tufts. Rated one of the top teams in the East, Tufts went down before Pozo ' s overtime goal in a real thriller. A long trip to Maine produced the Redmen ' s fourth win in eight days. Bowdoin was the victim for the second time within a week. A loss to Amherst in a finely played game slightly tarnished a fine season. Paul Lynch, Ron Lundgren, and Ron Pozo were the offensive workhorses of the club, scoring over 40 goals between them. Lundgren will be the only one graduating along with Battis; so next year the team is looking forward to an even better season. FROSH BASKETBALL Left to Right, Seated Gary Cross, Alton Spraque, Phillip Athanas, John Lynch, William Harris, Mark Apsey Standing Robert Hatch, Leo LeBlanc, Jack Knight, Bob Neese (Manager), Chester Gladchuck (Coach), Jerry Glynn, Robert Eichorn, Francis Gavdette The UMass freshman basketball team finished the season with a 9-6 record after getting off to a strong start. The frosh rolled over their first three opponents, Northeastern, Tufts, and Trinity, with Bob Eichorn carrying the brunt of the scoring attack. Their first setback came at the hands of Leicester Jr. College in a see-saw thrilling 91-89 game. Mark Apsey, John Lynch, and Fan Gaudette shone in the pressure-packed affair. One of the best games played by the frosh all year resulted in a loss to a red-hot Holy Cross team. The Little Redmen matched the strong Crusader five point for point until a spurt late in the game gave Holy Cross a 94-80 victory. Leo LeBlanc, Phil Athanas, Apsey, and Eichorn all played fine ball in the effort for a big upset. Dave Ma Kenzie filled in well for Lynch who was burdened early in the game with four personal fouls. During the last few weeks of the season, the team won four in a row over Rhode Island Amherst, A.I.C., and W.P.I., but these wins were sandwiched in by twin defeats to undefeated Connecticut. Little Gaudette, who stands a mere 5 feet 4 inches, and Eichorn were the sparkplugs of the win streak. Against Rhode Island, Gaudette ' s explosion in the last twelve minutes, during which time he poured in eighteen points, brought UMass from a seven point deficit to a 74-56 win. At Amherst it was Eichorn ' s 23 points and Gaudette ' s late foul shots that were the margin of a 65-63 verdict over the neighboring Jeffs. The Little Redmen continued on their merry way with an easy 74-67 win over A.l.C, as the deadly bombing of Bob Hatch, LeBlanc, and Gaudette were too much for the Aces. The frosh enjoyed their best offensive output of the season against W.P.I, when they completely overpowered the Engineers from Worcester, 93-46. Leading 38-34 at the half, the frosh literally annihilated their opponents after intermission time. Eichorn came through with a 31 point performance, while Gerry Glynn, Hatch, and Gaudette played key roles in the romp. Eichorn was the team ' s top point producer, tallying 252 points followed by Athanas, Gaudette, Apsey, LeBlanc, and Lynch who were closely bunched together. LeBlanc was the playmaker of the squad, while Eichorn, Lynch, Athanas, and Apsey gave the frosh a lot of board strength. Hatch, Glynn, and Dick Green played good ball towards the end of the year, while Gaudette was spectacular in the late season drive. L ' ' w VARSITY BASKETBALL Left to Right Seated Fred Naedele, Norman Porter, John Foley (Captain), John Edgar, Richard Alman, Donald Akerson Standing Robert Curran (Coach), Roland Dupre, Ned Larkin, Edmond Adamczyk, Stephen Dolby, William McLaughlin, George Morin, Victor Paddock (Manager) When the 1956-57 basketball season opened, there were two questions going through the minds of the University students. One, could Coach Bob Curran build up this young inexperienced team to the heights of last year ' s record breaking club? The team had only two returning lettermen- Jack Foley, the brilliant high scoring captain, and Johnny Edgar, the hard fighting center. The remainder of the roster was filled out by inexperienced juniors; Akerson, Dupre, Kollios, Morin, and untried sophomores: Larkin, Adamczyk, Porter, Naedele, McLaughlin and Dolby. The second question was: would Jack Foley break Bill Prevey ' s scoring mark of 836 points? Needing only an average of eight points per game, it seemed almost a certainty. The only real question was when. To the surprise of everyone this young ball club broke away to six consecutive wins. The season started away from home at the Northeastern Field House in Boston. It was an easy win with Ned Larkin the scoring leader with 22 points and Jack Foley contributing 19- For the second game, the squad traveled to Hartford, Connecticut, and a game with Trinity College. The Redmen were hot and downed the Trinity team 85-74. This time it was Foley with 21 points, and a new light in the U. of Mass. line-up, Don Akerson who added 17 points. The sight then shifted to Medford and the Tufts Cage. The Jumbos were absolutely no contest for the Curranmen and bowed 87-65- The stage was now set for the first home game of the season. The Reomen played host to the Terriers of Boston University, and after trailing by two points at the half, the Western Mass. boys put on a brilliant second half show to overcome the men from Boston and win their fourth straight 76-62. The scoring was evenly distributed among Akerson, Edgar, Larkin, and Foley. Following this triumph the club went on to defeat two more rivals by beating Middlebury 87-66 and Brown 64-52 for their fifth and sixth straight wins. By virtue of this start, the Redmen were rated as one of the top teams in New England. Then came Holy Cross, and the start of a three game losing streak. The defeat to Holy Cross was one hard taken by the Redmen. They played an outstanding game but could not match the Crusaders ' 111 point output. The final score was 111-96 and UMass absorbed its first loss in seven starts. The Curranmen then traveled to Vermont, where the Catamounts handed the Redmen a 73-65 setback. Still on the road, UMass lost, in a great second half splurge by Rhode Island- 71-63- Don Akerson was high man, but it was Jack Foley who stole the show by breaking Bill Prevey ' s old school high scoring mark of 836 points. The Redmen fans now looked with anxious eyes at the future games wondering if Jack could reach the 1000 mark. The Redmen then returned home and proceeded to trounce both New Hampshire and Williams before " hitting the road " again to Springfield. A great performance by outstanding sophomore Ned Larkin with 25 points was not enough to overcome the steady Maroon attack. The Redmen bowed 74-62, and then broke up the mid-semester " rest " . As the second semester got under way, the squad saw the loss of Dupre and Dolby, but gained newly eligible Dick Alman, a returning serviceman. The first game of the semester was a thriller, played to a full house at the cage. The opposition was provided by the highly rated Eagles of Boston College. The Redmen played an excellent game, but dropped a heart breaker in an overtime, 68-66. Jack Foley hit for 10 points and went over the 900 point mark, with 10 games left to reach his goal of 1000 points. The Redmen traveled to Storrs, Connecticut, to meet last year ' s Yankee Conference titleholders. The men from Storrs were entirely too much as the Huskies, led by big men Schmidt and Cooper and small men Quinn and Osborne were good for 79 points between them. This was enough to offset the UMass team output of 71 points. The final score was 97-71 as the Huskies won everything but the ball in a very one-sided game. The Curranmen then returned home to face the Rams of Rhode Island for the second time. This time there was fire in the eyes of the Redmen as they took the floor, vowing to avenge their early season loss at Kingston. Mass won it going away as Coach Bob Curran cleared the bench using all his players. The final score was 87-61 with Foley and Adamczyk hitting for 22 and 20 points respectively. In another away game at W ltham the visitors met the highly ranked Judges cf Brandeis. This was truly a magnificant team effort as the Redmen led by sophomore Akerson, Adamezyk, and Larkin upset the Judges 80-69 and gained their most cherished triumph of the season. Red Porter, the 6 foot 7 inch sophomore reserve, was outstanding off the boards and also added 9 points to the cause. Brandeis was led by Rudy Finderson with 31 points, but it was Mass all the way, as they hit for more than 50% of their shots. At this point it seemed as though the UMass basketeers were playing their finest brand of ball, but once more they hit a totally unprecedented slump starting at the Amherst cage. The Lord Jeffs, enjoying one of their most successful seasons in recent years, displayed a puzzling defense and a well balanced offense. It was enough to defeat their cross town rivals 61-44. The UMass quintet then faced Johnny Jones, and the Aces of AlC at the cage. Although trailing at the half 34-33, the Aces put on a fast finish to down the Redmen 73-60. Jones was magnificent for AIC as he rebounded like a giant and scored almost at will. For the Umies, it was junior George Morin who hustled and battled all the way to lead the team scoring with 16 points, his highest output all season. For the first time in two years Coach Curran was forced to bench the slumping Jack Foley in an effort to get the team back on its feet. However, despite a sensational performance by Johnny Edgar, the Redmen fell to W.P.I., 71-69, for their fourth straight loss. Edgar, contributed 22 points and rebounded marvelously. The Umies were now 10-10 for the season, and people were beginning to wonder if Jack Foley would snap out of his slump and get into the magic circle of 1000 points. However, the fans of the Redmen didn ' t have to wait long for the smooth captain to break out of his slump. UMa ss played host to UConn and once again the height and speed of the Huskies was too much, as they defeated the Redmen 90-77. This clinched the Yankee Conference crown for them and they became the first team in the nation to earn a berth in the NCAA tournament. The Umies led by Foley with 22 points played one of their finest games of the season, but they just couldn ' t seem to close the gap. It was now time for the high point in Captain Jack Foley ' s career as he led the hardwooders to Durham, New Hampshire, where they defeated the Wildcats of U.N.H. 89-69- Foley entered the game with 995 points and scored 24 more; thus, becoming the first player in the University ' s history to score a 1000 points or more. Larkin and Porter were second and third in the scoring with 17 and l6 respectively. Foley, the " Worcester Wonder " was presented with the game ball after the contest, and was carried from the floor on the shoulders of his teammates. The boys from Umieland then traveled to the Boston Garden and lost a toughie to Charley Twigg and Colby, 70-62. Twigg scored 28 points and became the first Colby player to go over the 1000 pioint mark. The loss evened the season ' s record at 11 wins, 11 losses. On Saturday night March 2, the Redmen played host to the Black Bears of Maine. It was not only the last game of the season, but also the last game that Captain Jack Foley would play in a Massachusetts uniform. The University thus honored the likeable Captain with " Jack Foley Night " . In pre-game ceremonies Foley was honored with a standing ovation from nearly 4000 fans, a fine tribute to the popularity of Mr. Foley. He was presented gifts from his fraternity brothers at Kappa Sigma, the athletic department, and his teammates. Foley was a humble and appreciative young man as he stood before the microphone and extended his thanks to all. The Redmen took the floor, and despite an cutstanding performance by Keith Mahoney who scored 39 points, defeated a tough Maine quintet 88-82. Five UMass players were in double figures but it was Johnny Edgar, also playing the last game of his college career, who sparked the Umies to their twelfth and final win of the campaign. Edgar scored 17 points and was a giant off the boards all night. Following Edgar, there was Akerson with 16 points, Foley with 15, Adamezyk with 14 and Larkin with 12, to round out the well-balanced Umie attack. The basketball season may be over, but certainly it will be a long time bef ae the students or faculty will ever forget the scoring feats of Jack Foley. Another who won ' t be forgotten quickly was Johnny Edgar, who played the last few games of his career with a broken nose. He was the team ' s top rebounder, and as Coach Bob Curran said about next year: " It is very hard for a team to lose its top scorer as well as its top rebounder and not feel it. Those two were my only returning lettermen this year and I knew we would have to take our lumps, maybe not as many as we did, but nevertheless we took them. " Coach Curran did a fine job with the team and next year with the gained experience of this year ' s young team, the future could be very bright. Only the 1957-58 season will tell. m ' A ♦ 24 f :» 1 VARSITY TRACK Left to Right, First Row Pete Schwarz, Donald Bamford, Joe Cardello (Co-Captain), Billy Burke (Co-Captain), Phil Laughton, Herbert Willman Second Row William Footrick (Coach), Tom Flynn, Tord Svenson, Dave Baily, Donald Osborne, David Sherman, Fred Walker Third R ow Don Medera, Robert Devalle, Charles Leveronne The 1956-57 indoor track team had a very successful season under the fine coaching of Bill Footrick. Led by Co-Captains Billy Burke and Joe Cardello the team compiled an impressive record of three wins and only one loss. They also finished second in the B.A.A. Yankee Conference Relay. The UMass runners got off to a fine start in the B.A.A. games held in early February. A relay team composed of juniors Tom Flynn, Don Bamford, Lee Chisolm and Billy Burke took a second in the Yankee Conference Relay, finishing only a few seconds behind the leader. In their first dual meet of the season the Redmen scored a top heavy win O ' er New Britain Teachers 65-30. Co-Captain Joe Cardello set a new University record by heaving the thirty-five pound hammer 51 feet 7 inches. Other firsts went to Schwarz in the 1000, Osborne in the high jump, Bailey in the short put, and Leverone in the hurdles. Their first and only loss of the season came at the hands of a powerful Holy Cross team, 53-41. Don Osborne was easily the outstanding performer of the day copping a first in the high jump, a second in the high hurdles, and a third in the low hurdles. The Redmen redeemed themselves in the next meet by swamping Connecticut 63-32. In the " process the men from Mass took several firsts and eight seconds in eleven events. Firsts went to Osborne, Walker, Leverone, Schwang, Bamford and the rel ay team. The track men closed their highly successful season with a 51-43 victory over New Hampshire. High Point getters for the Redmen were Bailey and Osborne, who each had a first and a second. The team only loses two men because of graduation- Cardello and Ryder. Coach Footrick expects to get some added help from the freshmen next year and says, " We ' ll have a well balanced team with plenty of depth and should do even better than this year. " UMass. 0pp. B.A.A. Second in Yankee Conference Relay New Britain Teachers 65 30 Holy Cross 41 53 UNH 63 32 UConn 51 43 Left to Right Front Row J. Shepley, G. K. Russell, R. Williams, G. Elliott, E.J. Fijol Back Row D. B. Clarke, W. Bowen, J. T. Loftus, R. I. McNayr AF ROTC RIFLE TEAM ..■ •N:R.-? ;y?iw ' S , .T(7- fuT- ;vB its Iri f ' . ♦ i .7i STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS INDEX Left to Right, First Row Mary Arnold, Craig Preston, Bill Barnard, James Cogswell, Thomas Smith Second Row Steve Sanfield, William White, John D ' Arcy, Marilyn Sugarman EDITOR-IN-CHIEF WILLIAM W. BARNARD MANAGING EDITOR CRAIG A. PRESTON BUSINESS MANAGER JAMES S. COGSWELL LITERARY EDITOR STANTON ZARROW Jane Marks Alan Lupo Dave Snyder Leonard Shapiro Shiela Pressman Phylis Sher Jordan Levy SPORTS EDITOR STEVEN SANFIELD Peter Stolar Norbert Rubersteln Barry Friedman PHOTOGRAPHY WILLIAM B. WHITE Tom Sroith Connie Rogers Members Collegian Photography Staff STUDENT ACTIVITIES EDITOR MARY ARNOLD Shiela DriscoU Paula Melanson Patricia DriscoU STATISTICS EDITOR MARILYN SUGARMAN Sheila Pressman Myrna Sattman Joan Lack Vivian Green Joyc Cutler Barbara Arons Myrna Smith Brina Mandell Sara Rogovin Sandra Hecht Jay Green Cynthia Katz Gladys Pributsky Janet Ostroff Cyma Belkowitz Vivian Lapides Elaine Brown Alice Leavitt Cynthia Lowenstein Joan Bernstein Margie Ruch Barbara Ostroff Nancy Mahoney Janet Gorman Alan Lupo ADVERTISING GERALD MURPHY Judy Miller WILLIAM W. BARNARD Editor-in-Chief CRAIG A. PRESTON Manageing Editor JAMES S. COGSWELL Business Manager The 1957 INDEX presents two major innovations from recent editions: a year-in-review done in pictures only ( " Student Life " ), and a section devoted to the story of the University of Massachusetts- its past and future ( " The UMass Story " ). The former is presented to give what we believe the University graduate wants- visual memories of college days. (All the major events of the year are presented in writing in the " Clubs and Organization " section.) The latter is offered to provide glimpses into the eventful past and promising future of the University in an attempt to plant in the reader a deeper sense of pride in its accomplishments and a greater concern for its increading resfxinsibilities. The entire staff has worked diligently to provide for its fellow students a valuable momento of the academic year ' 56- ' 57. Our only qualm is that we could not, because of space limitations, present an even more extensive coverage. COLLEGIAN EXECUTIVE EDITOR LORRAINE WILLSON BUSINESS MANAGER KENNETH KIPNES Left to Right First Row Susan Harrington, Sheila Clough, Jo Ann Donahue, Lorraine Wlllson, Susan Hearty, Barbara Burke Second R ow Mary Jo Killoy, Ted Raymond, Jon Cowen, John Kominski, Kenneth Kepnes, Marcia Beardsell This year the COLLEGIAN took a big step in growing with the University by extending its publication to three times a week. It had previously been published twice a week. There is no doubt the COLLEGIAN serves the campus well by keeping students and faculty posted on major events, both before and after they happen. As the University ' s free and responsible press, the COLLEGIAN promotes worthy causes and activities, provides the public with information about its University, offers a vehicle for the expression of student and faculty opinion, presents and clarifies the goals and values of the University. This newspaper also gives the opportunity to many students interested in newspapers to gain experience in that field. The staff works hard to gain this experience, for it is no easy job to publish a newspaper three times a week! HANDBOOK EDITOR AUDREY HUMPHHISS, ASSISTANT EDITOR SONDRA SABLE, ASSISTANT EDITOR SHIRLEY SOKOLETSKY Left to Right First Row Carol Ann Wllkins, Sandra Rusby, Ann Orofino, Prlscilla Biondl Second Row Brenda Kelley, Lois Janvrin, Carole Humphrey, Marjorie Bowman, Sondra Sable, Audrey Humphriss, Shirley Sokoletsky, Phyllis Baron, Priscllla Harling, Phyllis Jordan, Gladys Pribliski Third Row Betsy Jason, Eleanor Mathison, Marilyn Sugarman, Nova Farley, Sheila Scott, Nancy Moscofian, Carol Ann Hines, Janet Carlson, Jean Crosby, Ellen Anderson, Jane Allen, Sandra Hecht, Vivian Green, Joan Daffinee, Barbara Lund Fourth Row Jacquelyn Roeder, Sally Healy, Dorothy Ellert, Elizabeth Pulslfer, Beverly Peach, Judy Heany, Janice Mills Sandra Bailey, Barbara Freeman, Sara Rogovin, Shirley Bush, Dorrine Guimond, Elsie Young, Janet Jodaitis This year, the Handbook underwent a complete revision and introduced many new features. Sections of colored pages set off major informational groupings, a block indexing guide helps in locating subordinate sections, and, for the first time, the calendar is expanded and produced on dull paper to facilitate writing. The cover was re-designed to match the University catalog. The Handbook fills a very important need on the campus as a reference volume for students and faculty alike. It helps in the orientation of freshmen, who receive it before entering the University in the fall. It is an invaluable aid to upperclassmen who find between its covers answers to most of their questions concerning campus names, places and procedure. Much of its information is found nowhere else and from this aspect alone, it is an invaluable aid. FRESHMAN HANDBOOK EDITOR SID GOLDBERG L eft to Right John Kominski, Sid Goldberg, Betty Janik, Roland Beebo The Freshman Directory, usually referred to as the " Mugbook " , has, in its two years of existence, served as a very adequate instrument for introducing freshmen to the upperclassmen of the University as well as to each other. This magazine depends for its success upon the co-operation and interest of the incoming freshmen, who supply their pictures for the book. Sidney Goldberg may be credited with the fine job of editing this year ' s issue. Many other schools have a similar publication made with pictures taken at registration. Our method, made possible through work during the summer months, enables us to have the book completed by the time students arrive on campus. Copies are sold first to the freshmen. The remaining copies are then sold to upperclassmen. QUARTERLY f Bi Pr ' y - p» M ' -- i M i n EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LORNA REGOLSKY, ASSISTANT EDITOR GEORGE PUTNAM, NON-FICTION EDITOR THOMAS BRENNAN, MAKE-UP EDITOR DORIS RATHBUN Left to Right First Row Marian McCormlck, Jen Pekrul, George C. Putnam, Lorna V. Regalsky, Thomas Brennan, Carolyn Poole Second Row Sylvia Levinson, Richard Pomeroy, Marcia Pearls Those absent from picture Judith Morris, Everett Kartun THE QUARTERLY, as in years gone by, has provided a medium through which University students can publish their words and further their literary prowess by this encouragement. One of the new features of this year has been a new page " Odds and Ends " , where THE QUARTERLY staff advises, thanks and pleads with the campus on matters regarding the publication of this magazine. Also, this year THE QUARTERLY published a poem from a young boy in Helsinki, Finland. This and other contributions from non-undergraduate members of the University body have helped to distinguish this student publication. In the future THE QUARTERLY plans to organize a creative writing group with the Literary Guild Under the direction of Lorna Regolsky as editor-in-chief, George Putnam assistant editor, Tom Brennan as make-up editor, and Joel Wolfson as the business manager, THE QUARTERLY is looking forward to maintaining its reputation as a first-rate collegiate literary magazine. YA-HOO EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JOSEPH FINKLE, ART EDITOR MAT BROWN Left to Right First Row Nancy Wells, Mat Brown, Joseph Finkle, Peter Stoler, Edward McManus Second Row Thomas Smith, Anthony Favello, Michael Bader, Fred Phillips Ya Hoo, our recently organized humor magazine, has been progressing by leaps and bounds. Over the past three years the calibre of material has been improving and the magazine is more and more popular among the University students. There have been difficulties encountered in recruiting an adequate staff, a common obstacle that must be overcome by new organizations on campus. But it seems that growing pains are just about over. This fall, their cartoonist produced a cover, depicting various members of the student body, which made the whole student body stand up and shout hurrah! In retrospect the past two years have been hectic ones for the University humor magazine, but since Ya-Hoo has thus far successfully weathered all storms, it seems safe to predict that as long as the campus wants to find relief in laughter, there will be a Ya-Hoo to afford that relief. LITERARY SOCIETY PRESIDENT JOAN LA CHANCE, TREASURER JOSEPH FINKEL, SECRETARY CAROLYN POOLE Left to Right F irst Row Carolyn Poole, Joan LaChance, Luisa Roth Second Row Lois Ambush, Stan Rusek, Joseph Finkel, Patricia Holt The Literary Society is a joint faculty-student administration group designed to encourage the creation, criticisn and enjoyment of literature. Last year, the Society was awarded a grant-in-aid from the National Association of Educational Broadcasters in order to undertake a recording series of nine one-hour programs entitled " As Others Read Us: American Fiction Abroad " . The Society holds weekly meetings at which a variety of topics are discussed. Some of these included Amherst poet, Robert Francis, giving a reading of his poetry; Mr. Paul Roche, instructor in classical languages at Smith, who gave a reading of his verse translation of " Antigone " , and Dr. Manfredi of the sociology department, who spoke on the difference between sociological tracts and novels. The Society also brings guest lecturers to campus in co-operation with other organizations. The Literary Society and the Fine Arts Council together sponsored the visit of poet Robert Frost. The Society and the English Department also co-operated on the visit of Stewart Johnson, research editor of the NEW YORKER. ADELPHIA PRESIDENT PAUL MARKS, VICE PRESIDENT FRAN SPRIGGS, SECRETARY-TREASURER FRAN DRISCOLL Left to Right F irs t R ow Fran Sprlggs, Paul Marks, Fran Drlscoll, Bill Mahoney Second Row Larry Parrish, Bob. Brown, George Ditomassi, Frank Smith, Those absent from picture Bob Ames As the oldest honorary society on this campus, Adelphia is nearing its half century of dedication. Each year at the All-University Honors Convocation nine junior and ten senior men are tapped. This honor recognizes men for their service to the University and men who have proven themselves capable of great responsibilities. Men of diverse interests bind themselves together to serve with devotion. This year, Adelphia can truly be called an honorary society for the first time, for it has established a scholastic requirement. Now the members can add scholarship to the long list of merits which are the qualifications for membership. Adelphia serves the University, beginning with commencement and continuing through the rallies, freshmen talks, University convocations. Campus Varieties, International weekend and Honors Convocation. They have enthusiasm to work for the improvement of our University and portray to others the proper attitude and goals necessary for finer college and future life. MORTAR BOARD PRESIDENT NANCY COLBERT, VICE PRESIDENT MONA HARRINGTON, TREASURER MARTY MARTIN SECRETARY NANCY KANOPKA Left to Right First Row Martha Martin, Mono Harrington, Nancy Colbert, Nancy Kanopka Second Row Joan Rawlins, Barbara Axt, Marcia Winegard, Mary Lou Parker, Marilyn Gross Senior women ' s honorary society exists to foster traditions of the school, to promote scholarship, intellectual stimulation, service to the University, evaluation and criticism of campus institutions. Members of Mortar Board are on many all-campus committees and in most phases of campus life. Members are chosen at an impressive tapping ceremony each spring in recognition of high scholarship, faithful service, and outstanding leadership. This year. Mortar Board has published CO-EDIQUETTE, and held discussions in freshman dorms, both in the interest of aiding freshmen in making the adjustment to campus life. Working with Adelphia, senior men ' s honorary society, Mortar Board sponsors rallies, rally dances and campus varieties. This year, a sectional conference of Mortar Board was held at the University. Our Isogon chapter played host to seven other Mortar Board chapters in the New England area. Mortar Board is a society which inspires underclassmen and also serves the purpose of developing further the fine qualities of scholarship, leadership, and service. MAROON KEY PRESIDENT BOB BETTS, VICE PRESIDENT Et) 1IL SALTZBERGER, SECRETARY GEORGE KENNEDY TREASURER TONY FAVELLO Left to R ight First Row Fran Gulliano, Fred losue, Dick Leonard, Emil Saltzberger ,Bob Betts George Kennedy, John Katsoulis Frederick Purches Second Row Irn Labovitz, Ed McManas, Bob Dallmeyer, John Kominski, Dick Siska, Art Caron, Bob Albertini Third Row Leo Cassidy, Jim Sullivan, Mike Donovan, Ed Godfrey, Bob Morris, George Thelin Those absent from picture Bill McLaughlin, Norm Boucher, Bob Ferriani, Tony Favello The Maroon Key is an honorary service organization founded at the University of Massachusetts in 1926 which recognizes potential qualities of leadership in twenty-five men from the freshman class. These men are chosen to assist in programs designed to strengthen all phases of student life. The Key co-sponsors the orientation program of freshman week with the Scrolls, and acts as host for visiting athletic teams. This year, the Key began a managerial program in conjunction with the Physical Education Department, designed to provide a sufficient number of managers for the athletic teams of the University. Also begun this fall was the selling of freshman beanies in the men ' s dorms, which proved to be very successful. The money from this was used for a scholarship which was presented to a deserving freshman at Honors Convocation. New members are tapped by sophomore members at the University Honors Convocation in the spring. These men are picked for the outstanding qualities they show as leaders in the freshman class. SCROLLS PRESIDENT YORKETTE SOLOMON, VICE PRESIDENT SANDRA STRONG, SECRETARY GAIL TOTMAN TREASURER SYLVIA FINOS Left to Right First Row Cleo Zoukis, Sara Varanka, Sandra Strong, Yorkette Solomon, Gail Totman, Sylvia Finos, Betty Janik Second Row Nancy Ferriani, Dorothy McGrath, Betty Grimm, Jean Hale, Susan Harrington, Nancy Wilkinson, Ruth Campbell, Mary Sue Withlngton The Scrolls, sophomore women ' s honor society, is without a doubt one of the busiest groups on campus. Each spring at the annual All-University Honors Convocation, fifteen freshman women are chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship and fellowship to belong to this select group. The first duty performed by the Scrolls is to help make the freshmen feel at home here. Plans for freshman orientation are formed and carried out in conjunction with the Maroon Key. Some of the other duties performed by the Scrolls are to help with registration, sponsor dances, help with Christmas vespers, take charge of publicity for the Campus Chest Drive, serve refreshments at the Leaders ' Conference and to usher at convocations and graduation--quite a busy schedule. In addition to all this service to the campus, the Scrolls exert a constant influence on the student body in maintaining a spirit of co-operation, friendliness and scholastic endeavor. THE GENERAL COURT CHIEF JUSTICE, CHAIRMAN MENS GEORGE SIMON, CHAIRMAN WOMENS BARBARA AXT, CLERK MENS DAVID WORTHINGTON, SECRETARY WOMENS JUDY MILLER Left to R ight First Row Yorkette Solomon, Janet Andrew s, Barbara Axt, Judy Miller, Phillis Salter Second Row Thomas Zaccheo, Craig Preston, George Simon, David Worthlngton, John MacAteer The General Court of Justice is composed of two parts, the Men ' s and the Women ' s Judicial Boards. As the Court, it is the primary purpose of these boards to render decisions on any constitutional questions which may arise. However, the Judiciary Boards normally function as separate bodies. The Women ' s Judiciary is composed of five women chosen through popular election by the women students. Members of Men ' s Judiciary are elected by the Student Senate. Each board tries violations of the laws of the University, discusses and weighs all evidence, and gives decisions which will best benefit the offender, the students and the University. It is also the duty of the chief justice of the Men ' s Judiciary to administer the oath of office to new class officers, senators, and other members of the Men ' s and Women ' s Judiciary. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT MARSHA SAMOYLENKO, VICE PRESIDENT JOAN PETTEE, PLAYDAY MANAGER RUTH ANN KIRK SECRETARY GAIL TOTMAN, CHAIRMAN OF SUB-BOARD SKIP POMOSO, PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN JUDY MacKENZIE Left to Right First Row Barbara Lund, Joan Pettee, Marsha Samoylenko, Gail Totman, Carole Ann Wilkinson Second Row Ann Donahue, Ellie Higgins, Myrna Saltman, Jeanette Marchant, Beverly Smith Third Row Ruth A. Kirk, Judy MacKenzie, Alice Chiota, Sylvia Finos The Women ' s Athletic Association has done much to provide an opportunity for participation in sports by college women. They have sponsored a co-rec play day during freshman week, a women ' s athletic convocation, inter-collegiate play days, and a dance-concert. They also have sponsored a fine inter-mural sport competition in basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, hockey, Softball and archery. All University women are encouraged to participate in these sports and a good-humored rivalry exists among all the dorms and sororities. In addition, the Women ' s Athletic Association sponsors the Naiads, a group of girls interested in synchronized swimming. This year, the Naiads put on two excellent performances, one during winter carnival weekend and another during the open house weekend, in the spring. Not only do the girls show excellence in synchronized swimming, but their use of lighting and costumes does much to enhance their performances. Another organization that is sponsored by the Women ' s Athletic Association is the Modern Dance Club. This group was organized to provide the talented students with an opportunity to develop advanced skills in the field of dance and to participate in a dance performance. It also provides the University with a vehicle of dance as an art form. This year it put on a production during the open house weekend which was greatly admired by all who attended tor the creative ability displayed by the dancers. CHEERLEADERS CAPTAIN SHEILA SCOTT, COACH JAMES BOSCO Left to Right First Row Sondra Sable, Margaret Stewart, Elsie Papenfuss, Birute Dedinas, Sheila Scott, Betty Grimm, Gail Totman, Marilyn Gross Second Row Robert Brown, Gene Berube, Frank Cullen Those absent from picture Don Rizzo The cheerleaders have done much in the past year to encourage student spirit and support at University athletic events. The past year was the first time that the cheerleaders were under the Men ' s Physical Education Department. Under the supervision of their new coach, Mr. James Bosco, the cheerleaders have made their cheering program a very colorful spectacle. The addition of men cheerleaders to the squad has made possible gymnastic feats which were before unknown to the campus. They have also increaded their program to include home basketball games besides their regular appearances at rallies and football games. In their colorful and casual uniforms, the cheerleaders make a striking appearance, one that the University is very proud of. They promote student spirit tremendously by their fine cheering techniques. PRECISIONETTES Left to Right First Row Stuart W. Lindquist, Assistant DriUmaster; Lois Williamson; Jane Donahue; Martha Martin; Joan Rawlins, Captain; Glenna Harney; Loraine Tukey; Nancy Colbert; Beverly Lachapelle; James S. Cogswell, DriUmaster Second Row Eleanor Harrahy, Lois Bain, Jacqueline Averka, Ellen Davis, Fay Hannibal, Judith O ' Leary, Carol Goodwin, Marilyn Towle Third Row Audrey Humphriss, Cynthia Billings, Phyllis Baron, Eleanor Harris, Marjorie West, Margery Bowman, Jennifer Wrightson, Joellen West Fourth Row Katherine Hemlin, Dorothy McGrath, Dianne Parker, Rosanna Newell, Carol Ann Hines, Carolyn Larson, Barbara Kelloway, Mary Lou Moore Fifth Row Margaret Harris, Jean Hale, Joan Forward, Karen Todd, Louise Fisher, Sheila Driscoll, Sylvia Marand, Alice Thompson Sixth Row Lucy Clark, Phyllis Scher, Janet Jodaitus, GailGentile, Joanne Watman, Judy Seamans, Mary Manning, Carolyn Trull Seventh Row Marie Cook, Joan Carpenter, Marilyn Doering, Emily Morrison, Janet Kalinowski, Sandra Strong, Claire Manning, Constance Cook The Precisionettes have scored again! This year the team, which consists of forty-eight regulars and twelve alternates, marched at four home games and three away games, providing many thrills for University football fans with intricate half-time maneuvers. The Precisionettes, formed in 1946, was one of the first all-girl collegiate drill teams in the East. This year, under the able direction of Drill Master Jim Cogswell, Assistant Drill Master Stu Lindquist and Captain Joan C. Rawlins, the team won new fans by its performance at the Boston University game and was featured on a Boston telecast following the game. The Precisionettes were also featured in the rotogravure section of the BOSTON HERALD this fall. Formed with the Redmen Marching Band to furnish a spectacle performance at football games, the Precisionettes have established an enviable record. REDMEN MARCHING BAND iSfh Front Row Thomas Picard, Joan Skinner, Francis Foley, Arthur Latham, Janet Isazc, Mary Johnson Second Row John Perlowski, Eugene Dunton, Richard Streeter, Joan Thompson, Penny BuUard, Jean Ashley, Gary Begun, David Breir, Marcia Smith Third Row Connie Patten, Harold Becker, Calvin Backstrom, Gerald Rodman, Martha Wendell, Rachel Parsons, Donald McComb, Frances Richards, Janice Larsson, Hilda Panall, Charlotte Matuszko Fourth Row Beverly Peach, Ronald McMaster, Stuart Clough, Eleanor Clark, Joyce Southwell, Patricia Connolly, Peter Loftus, Jane Tufts, Rebekah Somes, Diane Stewart, Sylvia Finos Fifth Row Mary Lou Armstrong, Robert Bury, John Needs, Sumner Barr, Carolann Wood, Dight Grain, Richard Harris, Frederic Smith, Director Joseph Contino Sixth Row Joan RischiteHi, Bruce Beckwith, John Peck, Phyllis Potter, Carl Thresher, George Lust, Richard Draper Attired in snappy maroon and white uniforms, the Redmen Marching Band functions as a show band to perform with the Prccisionettes during half-time maneuvers at football games. The band consists of forty-eight members under Drum Major Bruce Beckwith and Joseph Contino, Director of University Bands. This year, in addition to their performances at four home games and three away games, the band participated in the Pittsfield Halloween Parade. The Redmen Band, through its many performances, has gained a reputation as one of New England ' s finest precision marching bands. CONCERT BAND Left to Right Front R ow Mary Lou Armstrong, Janet Isaac, Alta Mae Ide, Leonard Lizak, Norman Gage, Anita Lewis, Jean Ashley, Alan Lupo, Joan Samon, Gary Begun, Ruth Mesh, Carole Looney Second Row Robert Schulz, Richard Valentine, Stanley Piechota, Albert Rlchey, Charles Herman, John Perlowskl, Elsie Busha, Richard Streeter, David Wentworth, Patricia Connolly, Stuart Clough, J oyce Southwell, Arthur Lassek Third R ow John Needs, Neil Holzman, Martha Wendell, Richard Harris, Sally Swift, Donald Willbrant, Aline Freeman, Jane Tufts, Robert Romancier, David Nelson, Phyllis Potter, Dight Grain, Robert Bury Standing George Lust, Benjamin Astley, Alan Gruskin, Donald Muzyka, Joseph Contlno (Director) Those absent from picture Richard Beebe, Norman Gessman The Concert Band affords the finest instrumental music for campus and off -campus appearances. It is also a vehicle for students interested in playing instrumental music and in increacing their proficiency as musicians. It has an annual winter concert and a pops concert in the spring. Besides this, it makes a tour of Massachusetts in March for three days; other appearances in the vicinity occur throughout the year. In this entertaining capacity they can join the ranks of other groups sponsored by the music department who serve as excellent good-will representatives of the University of Massachusetts. ROTC BAND REVELERS CO-CHAIRMAN RUTH ANN KIRK, CO-CHAIRMAN EDWARD LEE, SECRETARY MARY ELLEN HOLLAND Left to Right First Row Phyllis Salter, William LaBelle, Ruth A. Kirk, Edward Lee, Mary Ellen Bolland Second Row Marilyn Peach, Raymond Longhi, Donald Hiller, Gerald Portnoy, Gerald Grimes, Sandra Wanner The Revelers, whom we have all seen on campus in their bright red and white striped jackets, encourage and channel freshman participation in campus activities. The Revelers began their program when the frosh arrived in the fall. They help to make the adjustment of the freshmen to college life easier by their many planned activities, such as the Freshman Inter-Dormitory Sing, the Frosh Picnic, Co-Rec Sports Day and the freshman activities night. In addition to this, they act in an advisory capacity to the Frosh Inter-Dorm Council, Masquerade Ball, and class meetings. With their aid, the freshmen make a good beginning in campus life. The Revelers indoctrinate them in campus activities and take a very potent part in making the freshmen feel at home on our campus. BAY STATE RIFLES CAPTAIN EDWARD P. DAVIS, JR. -CADRE ADVISOR CADET LT. COL. RICHARD B. BALDWIN CADET FIRST SERGEANT RONALD W. GINGRAS The drill team utilizes the traditional cavalry yellow in uniform accessories and makes a fine military impression. It provides an opportunity for young men in their freshman and sophomore years of Armor R.O.T.C. to gain proficiency in military drill in an enjoyable manner. It develops and preserves the high ideals of the military profession while creating an interest in the Armor branch of the Army. Among its activities in the fall, the drill team performed during R.O.T.C. Day, in the Veterans ' Day Parade in Springfield and on television. The team appeared in the St. Patrick ' s Day Parade, on Armed Forces Day, entered the Massachusetts Military District R.O.T.C. Drill Team Competition and performed at the annual Spring Review of R.O.T.C. Cadets. Through the ability it has demonstrated performing with precision, the team has gained the respect and admiration of various audiences across the Commonwealth. FLYING REDMEN RELIGIOUS GROUPS B ' NAI BRITH HILLEL FOUNDATION B ' nai Brith Hillel has been established to provide religious, cultural, educational and social activities for the Jewish students on campus. It achieves its purpose by regular Friday evening services and Sunday night services. It also offers non-credit courses in elementary and advanced Hebrew, Yiddish and Basic Belief of Judaism. CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The purpose of the Christian Association is to further the spirit of Christianity on the University lovel through personal and corporate worship, through the study of materials that throw light on Christian faith, through social action growing out of its faith and through promoting true Christian fellowship. The Christian Association is made up of students from Protestant churches of all denominations. An active fall program included talks by the Reverend David S. King and the Reverend Thayer Greene. Christmas Vespers which were also sponsored by Christian Association were well attended by all students. A Religious Embassy, conducted by Dr. Glenn Olds, was held in February. Also in February the world famous evangelist, Billy Graham, was a guest of Christian Association. These features, together with Bible Study, religious courses, work parties and social activities, accounted for another successful year of Christian Association. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is established to provide for the religious, social and educational well being of all Roman Catholic students on this campus. Under the guidance of its chaplain, Father David Power, it provides an ever-widening program in order to fulfill its purpose. It organizes closed retreats for the men and women on campus, and it holds an open retreat in the spring on campus. It holds bi-monthly meetings at which prominent lecturers speak, and a weekly seminar under Father Power. It holds a Communion breakfast during open house weekend and sponsors a Newman School and Catholic Thought in June. STUDENT SENATE BEESB Bf? ' pres:ll;:t treasurer :tary rickie kirk JERRY LEFKOWITZ Left to Right F irst Row Shirley Sokoletsky, Marilyn Towle, Robert Gonsor, John Rosenberg, Phil Kuzmeski, Jerry Lefkowitz, Marcia Winegard, Larry Parrish, Dick Sexton Gladys Bouchard, Phyllis Baron Second Row Erwin Haigis, Betty Janik, Chris Farnsworth, Susan Harrington, Mary Wharton, Craig McEwan, Nancy Wilkinson, Jane Campos, Lucy Clark, Gussie Fishel Third Row Stan Merrill, Art Shaw, John Hay, Har Lane, Jim Sullivan, Alan Christenson, Jack Pearl, David Wilson, Roger Davis The Student Senate ranks as one of the leading student campus organizations. Dedicated t ox-ard promoting the general welfare of the student body, the Senate is a representative group of students This year a thorough Senate operations, an integral part of modern self-government in a growing university. ... The Senate has also been active in supporting worthwhile student activities and promoting projects for the better- ment of the University community. , i ,, . • r i, j „ „ „,k„. The Senate has sponsored the Debating Society, International Weekend, University Open House and many other worthwhile projects. , . „„„„, As usual the Senate Finance Committee ensured that Student Tax money was wisely spent and gave encouragement to all student groups to undertake quality programs. . The Student Services committee worked all year toward improving student working conditions, investigating a sound system of student identification and urging maintenance of a high standard of service in University dining hails. A problem of major concern to the Senate this year has been the relationship of the Student Union to the overall campus picture. The Senate has worked for smooth integration of the Student Union into campus life. Senators have also served on many University committees, a fact which enables student voice to be given to problems of all-University Concern. The place of student government at the University remains secure and ever ready to expand its horizons to grow with the Massachusetts of the future. WMUA STATION MANAGER JANET NICHOLS, PRODUCTION DIRECTOR DAVID CULLEN, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR RICHARD LAVIGNE, BUSINESS MANAGER ALISA HAPPONEN, OPERATIONS DIRECTOR DONALD TORRES L eft to Right First Row Ed Conner, Jay Adelman, Richard Bresciani, Hal Glass, Theodore Mael, Richard Zanlni, Robert Piwarczyk Second Row Sue Harllng, Janet Neal, Lois Nazarian, Janet Nichols, Richard Lavigne, David CuUen, Donald Torres, Allsa Happonen, Elaine Morse, Patricia Connolly, Jo Ann Rischitelli Third R ow Barbara Kelley, Phyllis Jordan, William Bridgman, Robert Rousseau, James Patriquin, Robert Eldredge, Matthew Brown, William Catchall, Robert Arthur, Arnold Westlund, Joyce Sher, Charlotte Gustafson Fourth Row Frank Spear, Edward White, David Shaw, Francis Spriggs, Harold Dutton, Gardner Wills, Charles Brown, Clarke Davis, Leonard Bacon, Donald Bartlett, Robert Selya, Thomas Latham The broadcasting association of the University of Massachusetts, better known on campus as WMUA, is governed now by a joint student-faculty board. They produce more than 1800 hours of broadcasting each school year and have served to train many students in the different phases cf radio work. Recently WMUA has outdone itself in providing varied programs of interest to all. They broadcast athletic events taking place both at home and away, world and national news coverage from United Press, and the popular " Dancing In The Cark " program which provides music for Saturday night dancing. These are a few examples of the projects they undertake, and the high caliber of programs which they present regularly. This year they have added the University hockey games to their long list of programs and they have continued their policy of keeping the University posted by a fine presentation of election results on election night. WMUA definitely achieves its goals of providing experience in radio for interested students, providing entertainment and information to the campus, and promoting the University in the surrounding communities. ALPHA PHI OMEGA PRESIDENT JOHN HAYES, VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBERSHIP GORDON JOHNSTON, VICE PRESIDENT OF SERVICE PROJECTS FRANK PUTMAN, RECORDING SECRETARY JAMES WIXON, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY GEORGE FOGG, TREASURER EDWARD GREEN L eft to R ight First R ow Robert Graves, Donald Abt, Richard Bernier, Calvin Backstrom Sec ond R ow Robert Merrithew, Robert Piwarcsyk, James Wixon, Frank Putman, John Hayes, Gordon Johnston, George Fogg, Edward Green, Robert Barney Third R ow David Hautanen, Walter Fujczak, Douglas Lane, William Harrington, James Hirtle, Arthur Creelman, Richard Lipman, Robert Fujczak F ourth R ow Kenneth Johnson, Geoffrey Ryder, Peter Shaw, John Pysz, Robert Hayes, Edward Zuzgo, Leo Jones, Stanley Merrill, David Shepardson Those absent from picture David Guarnaccia Kappa Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega is an excellent illustration of service on our campus. The boys in the blue hats with the yellow letters are everywhere and anywhere things have to be done. A short list of their activities includes, first of all, helping with freshman orientation and registration. They also conduct lost-and-found at all campus athletic events and information booths at all major functions on campus. They hold the U.M.O.C. contest, proceeds of which go to some worthy cause, run the Books-for-Asia drive, and magazine drives for veterans ' hospitals. Men in this fraternity have dedicated themselves to perform useful service on our campus and to develop the leadership abilities of their brothers, all in the true spirit of brotherhood. They achieve their purpose well, for the men in Alpha Phi Omega willingly serve whenever they are needed and their fraternity is a true asset to the University. CONCERT ASSOCIATION CONCERT MANAGER ROBERT AMES SECRETARY MARY-ELLEN BOLAND Left to Right First Row Mary-Ellen Boland, Robert T. Ames Sec and R ow Joseph McNeil, Edward Bennett, Michael Jutras Increasing audiences each year indicate that the Concert Association is fulfilling its obligations in serving social and artistic needs of the campus and of interested persons in the vicinity. They have presented some outstanding artists this year which include: Jan Peerce, Boston Pops Orchestra, Tucson Boys Choir, Lily Pons and Philadelphia Orchestra. All of these concerts were a huge success, filling the Cage to capacity. The Concert Association has been increasing- ly successful in presenting programs of in- terest to the University population. The students appreciate fully the opportunities they are given, through the efforts of the Concert Association, to attend fine concerts right on our own campus. Left to Right David Koski, Norman Steeves, Gerald McClellan, Dan Petruzella, Peter Santos, James Cogswell, Ralph Doe, Robert Corey Those absent from picture Peter Monroe THE STATESMEN have been reactivated by a group of interested singers who ex- pect to formulate a pattern which will be imitated in succeeding years. The chief motivation of the organization is not only to sing the regularly accepted songs presented by a college octet, but also to build a wider repertoire. Their appearances on the campus have been highly praised by the whole University population. Some of their more popular selections in- clude: " Day-0 " , " Bermuda Buggy Ride " , " Daddy, Get Your Baby Out of Jail " , and " Blue Moon " . The Statesmen, besides their appearances on campus, have entertained many small groups in western Massachusetts. In this way they serve as effective good- will men for our University. With determination and intense preparation, this organization can become the first concert octet in the history of the University of Massachusetts. STATESMEN 9 f 1 h 1 jij " 1 1 M ' w i- ■■■ WKl , - V. _. -. INTERNATIONAL CLUB PRESIDENT MIGUEL A. JIMENEZ, VICE PRESIDENT MARCEL DANEAU, SECRETARY CHEE-TECK TAN TREASURER ATHANASIOS KIRATSOUS Left to Right F irst R ow Athanasios Klratsous, Chee-Teck Tan, Norman Cournoyer, Miguel A. Jimenez, Sidney F. Wexler, Marcel Daneau Second Row Lincoln A. Jones, Nella Crooks, Haydee Godoy, Johanna C. Van Herwijnen, Jean Duqal, Fresia Munoz, Ana M. Cordones, Astley S. Forbes Third R ow William Draper, Enrique Yanez, Marcel Gagnon, Kenneth Crooks, Ban si Lai Amla, Clayton S. Bradford, Ernesto Beltrar The International Club helps to promote fellowship among the students of the various nations represented on this campus. At many of the meetings, there were official representatives from other nations as speakers. It sponsored a dance at Halloween to which were invited students from Smith, Mount Holyoke and Amherst Colleges. One particularly interesting program which it sponsored consisted of an international banquet which was held in the spring. The foreign students prepared typical foods from various countries around the world. This worthy organization through its fine work on a small scale helps to contribute to world-wide understanding and peace. Its contribution to our campus is one of great importance to a University of our size. This club does much to create a feeling of fellowship among the many people here who are far from home and are trying to adapt themselves to a new and strange way of life. STUDENT UNION GOVERNING BOARD CHAIRMAN LARRY PARRISH Left to Right F irst Row Dr. Field, Barbara Axt, Marcia Winegard, Lorraine Wlllson, Mr. Will Second R oiv Fran DriscoU, Paul Marks, Robert Gonsor, Larry Parrlsh The principle of student self-rule has been extended to include the formation of policy governing the new center of campus activity the Student Union. This past year a pioneer group of nine students joined with three faculty members in the joint board which was given the responsibility of preparing for the addition of the Student Union to the life of the University. Among the many tasks undertaken were the opening of the Union for Winter Carnival, formation of policy for Union operations, and structuring of Union governing operation. These difficult and comprehensive tasks were carried out in a spirit of eager co-operation and avid interest. A system has been established by which the Student Union Board of Governors will head a highly developed bureaucratic system of student committees to which the actual program operation of the building will be assigned. DEBATING SOCIETY PRESIDENT ROBERT A. RASKINS, MANAGER DOMINIC J. DI MATTIA Left to R ight F irst Row Virginia Bazzinatti, Robert Raskins, Dominic Di Mattia, Jo Anne Donahue Second Row Richard Zanini, Gregory Avedikian, Joseph McNeil, Robert Zelis, John Moore, Edwin Roy The Debating Society is one of the more recent organizations on campus, with this the first full year during which it has been active. In the fall, in conjunction with the Young Republicans Club and the Young Democrats Club, it sponsored a Republican-Democrat debate. Also, it conducted a mock-election on campus previous to the presidential election. This mock-election did a fine job of measuring campus opinion concerning the impending election. The Society has also participated in intercollegiate debates at Harvard, Dartmouth, and M.l.T. They have also held many campus discussions and debates. The Debating Society has done a fine job already in representing the University on other campuses and will doubtless continue to do so. ROISTER DOISTERS Providing interested University students with the opportunity to participate in all phases of the theatre arts is the goal of the Roister Doisters, one of the oldest extra curricular activities on campus. Roister Doister has maintained its high standard of theatre skills in widely differing types of production. This year the group presented " The Crucible " by Arthur Miller. The play was about the witchcraft craze at Salem, Massachusetts in the 1790 ' s. This year they again sponsored the inter-class play competition which was completely student organized and directed. This spring they presented " Tiger at the Gate " by Jean Giraudoux. This successful performance was repeated at commencement . Although its stated purpose is to foster knowledge in all phases of the theatre, Roister Doisters has done an excellent job of entertaining the campus community as a sideline. CHORALE The University Chorale this year continued to spread its reputation for fine singing and varied programs. During the season 1956-57, the Chorale presented its usual varied program. In addition, its program contained a complete Bach cantata, " Unto Us a Son is Born " ; a motet by Mendelssohn, " Hear My Prayer " ; some of the mystical songs by Vaughn-Williams; the " Alto Rhapsody " by Brahms. This year the chorale made its annual trip between semesters which spreads good will toward the University throughout the state. They also sang at the horticulture show, the Governor ' s Inauguration in Springfield and the dedication of the new Student Union. The University Chorale is especially fortunate this year in having some excellent and promising soloists. As usual, the members of the University Chorale assist the Operetta Guild in providing competent singing- actors for its annual production. The University Chorale in association with the Operetta Guild made it possible for the Opera Workshop to begin its activities with financial assistance and technical advice. DAMES CLUB In 1952, Mrs. Jean Mather organized the Dames Club, a very necessary organization on campus. Its members are students ' wives who are united to promote culture and a spirit of friendliness among themselves. They hold monthly meetings and their program shows a list of varied events. Their year started off with a reception at the Mathers for old and new members. In the fall, they had a hayride, at Christmas, a party for the children, and a dinner dance in February. In addition, they held a cake sale to help the Polio Drive and they participate in open house by having a cafeteria for hungry visitors. In addition, the club sponsors smaller interest groups which meet weekly. These interests include sewing, sports, drama, bridge, cake -decorating and sports. UNIVERSITY FILM SOCIETY The University Film Society is a student-faculty committee, members of which are chosen by the English and foreign language departments on campus. Each semester this committee presents to the campus a program of foreign and American films which are selected for their excellence and general interest. The films are shown mostly on Sunday afternoons and evenings, but the committee plans its programs so that they will not conflict with other campus events. The society is to be congratulated for making available to the University a number of varied and enjoyable films which the student can afford to attend. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Relations Club was organized to further the recognition and understanding of international affairs. It holds monthly meetings, open to all who are interested, at which lectures on various nations and their complexities are presented. Its list of speakers include Mr. Carl Lowenstein of Amherst College speaking on the Middle East, Mr. John Marcum of Colgate speaking on French North Africa, Mr. Sidney Monas of Amherst College speaking on Soviet Russia and Hull Winslow of the Near East College Association speaking on the English and American approach. In addition to this, the Club sponsored a trip to the United Nations at New York where the group was given a guided tour through the buildings and an opportunity to view the General Assembly in action. It also assists in the international weekend, an all-campus event. OPERETTA GUILD The Operetta Guild has been advancing in popularity in leaps and bounds in the past few years. Its fine performances deserve this recognition, for the Guild ' s members are hard workers and do their best each year to present a flawless production. This year ' s performance was " Paint Your Wagon " by Lerner and Loewe, just one of the many hit shows by these authors. " Brigadoon " which was produced by the Guild in 1951 and the current Broadway hit, " My Fair Lady " , are two of their more recent shows. Since this show depicts the era of the Gold Rush, all the male members of the cast grew beards this year and created a fad on the campus. The colorful pageantry of the fandango dancers and the dusty miners made this year ' s show with all new talent one of the Guild ' s best. In addition to its many performances on campus, the Operetta Guild travels to near-by towns where its performance is sponsored by the alumni association there. The proceeds of these programs goes toward scholarships for deserving University students. FINE ARTS COUNCIL The Fine Arts Council is a faculty-student committee headed by Clarence Shute of the Philosophy department. The Council presents a program which attempts to cover all the fine arts, music, dance, philosophy and other aesthetic fields of interest. Its programs are devised to please the varied tastes of our large college community. It publicizes its programs in Amherst and vicinity and at the neighboring colleges. Its program this year had included Professor William H. Darr of Amherst College speaking on " The Matter and Spirit of Painting " , a program of chamber music presented by the faculty members of the Music Department at Smith College, Geoffroy Atkinson of Amherst College whose topic was " Developing Taste in the French Renaissance " . Besides this it sponsored the showing of two Print Collections from Bowdoin College and did much in helping with the presentation of the Arts Festival in the spring. SQUARE DANCE CLUB The Square Dance Club provides a recreational outlet for students interested in square dance. They meet each week for square dancing in Bowditch Lodge. They also sponsor an all-campus square dance each semester. In addition to this, they send a demonstration group to the Intercollegiate Folk Festival. The members of the group provide their own music and many orchestrations of country music. In both country music and square dance this organization is a vehicle for entertainment to many students on campus. OUTING CLUB The Outing Club provides an outlet on campus to people interested in gaining experience and further rugged outdoor life. It sponsors hikes along the Mt. Tom Range and the Metacomet Trail, and mountain climbs up Mt. Greylock and Mt. Ascutney. Some of the more experienced members this year made a winter climb up Mt. Washington. They also visit such caves as Edon ' s Cave in Great Harrington and Bashful Lady Cave in Connecticut. The club participates in outings with similar clubs from colleges in this area. They co-sponsored a square dance at Mt. Holyoke College and a sugaring-off party in the spring. Meetings are held once a month to plan trips and conduct business. New members are welcomed and given whatever instruction is necessary for survival. INTER-DORM COUNCIL The Inter-dorm Council sponsors an event providing entertainment and recreation for freshmen. The usual event is a dance in one of the dormitories preceded by a movie. During the basketball season, it held Open Houses after the games at which music was provided for dancing, and coffee and cookies were provided for refreshment. Some of the movies are so popular that they must be shown at Bo wker rather than in the dormitories In May the council sponsored a freshman picnic which was a huge success. i;( T ' _ . i ■- • -■, - .:■ A J • ' 1 , 1 f V i ' fH «) WOMEN ' S DORMS As usual, life in the women ' s dorms has been varied, and as usual, each year is busier than the preceding one. ABBEY The Abbey, this year filled to absolute capacity, has been the scene of many pleasant experiences for both the fresh- man and upperclass women who live there. This year the Abbey was also the home of Nina Cordonnes, a graduate student from South America. The highlight of the Christmas season was the Mistletoe Ball, in which the freshman women played host to the boys from Lewis. ARNOLD HOUSE Residents of Arnold House have been kept busy with their classes and extra-curricular activities as well as the active social and intellectual program in the dorm. A few of the activities enjoyed by " Arnoldites " are; Saturday night dances, open houses, T.V. popcorn parties, dorm breakfasts, corridor parties, and many holiday parties. The holiday parties include such as one for Halloween, a Christmas dance with Baker dorm and a Valentine party. However, all activity was not in the social line. A series of cultural teas presented talks in the fields of music, art, and history. CRABTREE HOUSE Last, but by no means least among freshman dorms is Crabtree House. Their year started with getting acquainted teas, dances and open houses. A system of Sunday morning breakfasts was initiated. October brought a traditional Halloween party to residents of this house. A dorm Christmas party was a must, as was a Christmas formal with Thatcher. Second semester brought more dances and floor suppers. The final function of the dorm was to plan a House Buffet Supper which was enjoyed by one and all. HAMLIN HOUSE Hamlin House, one of our upperclass women ' s dorms, has been bustling with activities all year long. A special project, new and very successful this year, has been the cultural coffee hours presented by the girls in each corridor. One particularly interesting one was entitled " Government Is Your Business " , and Mr. Stapleton from Holyoke was Hamlin ' s guest. Another very enjoyable coffee hour was an Afterdinner Music Hour. Hamlin ' s social activities have also been outstanding. Along with the very successful and traditional Christmas and Halloween parties, Hamlin has introduced a friendly affair called " Old Hamlinites Greeting New Hamlinites. " In addition, residents of Hamlin were hostesses for a very fine Veteran ' s Dance and assisted the Steward ' s Club by presenting a buffet supper after the Military Ball. The year came to a grand close with the Senior Farewell Supper in May. KNOWLTON HOUSE Knowltonites started off this year with a series of " Open Houses " held by each floor on alternating nights, thus affording an opportunity for each girl to become acquainted with her dorm-mates. Also in the fall, Knowlton House was the scene of the Red Cross Blood Bank according to custom. A new type of leisure time activity was initiated with the appearance of a television set in the Main lounge. Since its arrival, the set has provided many enjoyable hours for residents and their guests. Holiday parties were highlights of the year as was the presence of Tresia Munoz, a student from Chile. LEACH HOUSE Leach House, which incorporates within its borders " La Maison Francaise " , provides the campus with a bit of a cosmopolitan air. The group of girls which makes up " The French House " are French majors and theirs is an ex- periment in living as do the French. Intellectual and cultural enrichment were pro- vided through a series of " fire-side-chats " , classical music hours, and dormitory discussions. The main lounge was the scene, in October, of a tea given in honor of Mrs. Leach, for whom the dormitory was named. And, as a good will project. Leach House resi- dents provided a Christmas dinner and gifts for a D.P. family. All in all, it has been an extremely busy year for residents of women ' s dormitories. ft ' r)%i., ' ,yi ' . V4.% MEN ' S DORMS Activity in the Men ' s dorms this year has been constant and varied. BAKER Life at Baker House has been very interesting for its members. An active program of dances has been enjoyed by all. One of the highlights of the year was winning second place in the annual Homecoming Float Parade a just reward for many hours of planning and building an excel- lent float. CHAD BOURNE Chadbourne, too, has been a busy dorm this year. Besides sponsoring a program of movies and dances for its residents, Chadbourne was also the scene of an active sports program. Participation in basketball, football and softball provided recreation for many. Another interesting feature of this dorm was the installation of an intercommunication system this fall. GREENOUGH The men of Greenough have sponsored a program this year which has proved to be interesting and satisfying to its inhabitants. An intramural sports program is one of the most popular here. To balance this a series of dorm dances and movies has also claimed recognition. And, in the spring, the annual Greenough spring picnic was well received by all. LEWIS The past year has been a highly successful one for Lewis House. The men here started off the year with a bang by placing First in the interdorm sing in the fall. Next, Lewis House was winner of the Homecoming Float Parade. This was a busy weekend. Lewis also held a very successful Homecoming Dance. Then, the highlight of the Christmas season was the Mistletoe Ball which was held with the girls from the Abbey. The rest of the year was just as well filled with dances and intramural sports. MIDDLESEX Middlesex is the home of the two-year male students on campus. They too have enjoyed along with their many studies an active year in dorm participation. Some of the most enjoyable events have been exchange parties with freshman girls ' dorms, intramural football and basketball games, dorm parties and winter-long County Circle ping pong tournament. THATCHER The freshman men of Thatcher House started their program this year with the Freshman Interdormitory Sing. Shortly after this a dance was held which was well attended. Music was provided for the dance by a new Hi-Fi set. A Halloween party was held for residents of Thatcher and was greatly enjoyed by alL Just prior to Christmas vacation the annual Christmas Dance was held with the girls from Crabtree. Other events for the year included a house Christmas party, a St. Patrick ' s Day party and the annual dorm banquet in the spring. Another much enjoyed project was the newspaper which is put out by Thatcher. Five issues of the paper were published during the year and were well received by all. VAN METER Van Meter ' s intention is to establish " a system of house government and organization " . A system which enhances greatly the harmonously relationship between the governed and those governing. This was well accomplished thru the dorm program of intramural activities and campus functions, the movies and other programs held within the dorm. MARRIED STUDENTS County Circle or as it is better known, Federal Circle, is home to the 60 families going through school as married students. Within the two buildings making up this community, Hampshire and Suffolk Houses, diapers mix with textbooks, baby powder with slide rules, and housekeeping with term papers. In spite of all the complications, the men find it a rewarding and success- ful journey through UMieland. Many of the students at County Circle are veterans, completing their education by benefit of Uncle Sam and some are not veterans but students who married early and still want to finish and receive their degree. Surprising as it may seem, life in these dorms or apartments is not as detached from the rest of the campus as might seem at a glance. The married students are represented on practically all the Varsity teams, baseball, foot- ball, soccer and many others. We have Engineers, Lib Arts majors, Phys. Ed. majors and Wildlife majors. The wives too, find college life quite interesting and rewarding. The biggest social activity facing the wives on this campus is the Dames Club. (See " Dames Club " ) The children, even though many are too young to appreciate their surroundings, seem to have just as much fun as their parents. The Dames Club initiated a play school for the young ones which is in session five days a week all through the school year. And of course Christmas time is a big affair with Chic (Santa Claus) Hamel always having a bag full of presents for the wee ones. Every so often some one has a birthday and of course the whole floor is invited to share the ice cream, cake and goodies. The kids are having a wonderful time growing up on a college campus where their fathers, and sometimes even their mothers, are earning their college degrees. However, the main reason why mother and father and baby are here is for father to finish his education. Dad seems to have a swell time on campus and misses none of the social life. His time is divided between studying, caring for baby and working. At the cinder blocks, all dads are chief cooks and bottle washers. Time is still found for merry times however. Many are still active in fraternities. House parties are common affairs with one, two or three families sharing a TV set. While the rest of the campus is home for the holidays, the county circle comes to life. Christmas, New Year, birthdays, anniversaries are all good excuses for parties. And sometimes, the residents don ' t even need a reason. Going through school as a married student is a wonderful experience. And actually the life is not much different from that of the typical student or coed. Every spring the wives of the graduating seniors receive their degrees in an impressive ceremony at the President ' s garden. The degree is a P.H.T. (Pushing Hubby Through). All of the wives earn it. Don ' t run out and get married just to live at the County Circle the waiting list had hundreds of names on it. COMMUTERS Commuters are the people found in Mem Hall, or were found in Mem Hall. The first semester of this year they paid their last respects to that hallowed, but worn out hall. They have vacated that building for the new Student Union where their increasing numbers have more room to spread. Besides enjoying the new facilities and more glamorous environment of the Union the commuters are becomming more interested and involved in campus comings and goings. They are represented in the Roister Bolsters, the Collegian, the Handbook and many other campus organizations. More and more of them are joining sororities and fraternities and spending many extra hours on campus working in Greek events. As the largest organized group on campus the commuters have formed a club. During first semester they sponsored a very successfu Ihayride dance and Christmas party. In the spring semester, they held a record hop followed up by their annual commuters ' picnic. Although at the beginning of the semester many of the commuters missed the familiar Mem Hall, it didn ' t take them long to get used to the Union where they are very much at home. GREEKS rS M •ikrtr; f:TV T?is: PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY HERVEY WEITZMAN THOMAS JONES NEIL GORDON JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH Left to Right F irst R ow Nell Gordon Thomas Jones Hervey Weltzman John Shuttleworth Second Row Sanford Slade Morris Weiner Richard Weiner David Weinburg lpl]a pstlon MASTER MELVIN HORVITZ LT. MASTER LOUIS WOLPORT SCRIBE BARRY FREIDMAN EXCHEQUER BERT MINSKY Left to Right First Row Mell Jaffe Howard Raphaelson Edward Heller Joseph Finkle Bert Mlnsky Melvin Horvitz Louis Wolpert Barry Friedman Sanford Rothstein Paul Marks Jordan Levy Leonard Shapiro Second Row David Saltiel Alan Bello Milton Lebowitz Julius Miller Joel Wolfson Kenneth Kipnes Charles Ehrenberg David Kravitz Morton Shaevel Charles Aronson Marvin Waldman Robert Shuman Joel Wyner Third Row Leonard Katz Stephen Sanfield Roger Millen Earl Lilly Richard Liebman Peter Stoler David Kahn David Leiderman Alan Lupo Alvin Wheeler Irving Labovitz Sherman Marks ». p . Ipl]a (Samma 1|d Left to Right First Row Joseph Szala Dean Whittier Jack Battis Princess Demeter Wayne MacDonald Henry Jensen Harold Roeder Carl O ' Neil Second Row Phillip Stowell Allen Bedrosian Charles Avery Kenneth West Lon Hodge Warren Blandin John Fava Bernard Gardetto Fredric Scott Ralph D ' Amato Eliot Blackwell Charles Stimson Wayne Pray Richard Leonard PRESIDENT JOHN FAVA VICE PRESIDENT FREDRIC SCOTT SECRETARY CARL O ' NEIL TREASURER BERNARD GARDETTE Third Row Edward McEleney Merrit LaPlante Bradford Chase John Peck Vincent Marini Richard Whelan Robert Frost David King David Kraner Robert Rivers Greg Terkanian Carl Rose Winston Lavallee Al Tucker Phillip Holmes Ed Osmond F ouTth Row Ken Pillsbury Bob Bradley Bob McLane Chuck Wilhelm William Nichols Phillip Woodwforth Francis Dellamano David Anderson Richard Casteldin Maynard Forbes Francis Allaire Alson Sherman James Rutledge Gilbert Rishton Those absent from picture Metro Kalafatas ff- Ipl, at lania 8 fl! Left to RHght F irst R ow David Reynolds Roland Lowe Paul Whitney Richard Pomeroy Everett Young Walter Nelson Von W. Orton Joseph Delameter Charles Fessenden Peter Dalton Lawrence Blakley John Maqoon PRESIDENT WALTER NELSON VICE PRESIDENT VON W. ORTON TREASURER PETER DALTON SECRETARY EVERETT YOUNG Second Row John Needs John Wilder Arthur Peck Robert Witham Guy Clark Peter Lovejoy Wayne Wickland Robert Padelford James Midgley Robert Gianferante Donald Murray Robert Kowalski Third Row John Berube Warren Hookway Wendel Bartholomew Joseph Whiting Richard Sheldon George Bixby David Poland Michael Conrod Gerald Onos Knight Harris Edward White Chick Tatsapaugh n _n appa tgma Left to Right First Row Paul Touher Tom Whalen Vin Zucco Dick Hinkley Bob Gorman Bill Connors Dick Clement Bob Wellman Ron Blume Dave Koski Archie Hannon Ned Bowler Grant Law John Peterson Those absent from picture Gills Powers Jim Tucker John Cieri Third Row Dave Donaldson Chet Caldwell Dick Thompson Bill Allen Art Miller Nelson Lung John Kominski John Picard Dave Ingram Doug Guyett John Tero Bob Morris Ken Fone Ed Gilhouley Web Cutting Bill Jennison PRESIDENT DICK CLEMENT VICE PRESIDENT BOB WELLMAN SECRETARY RONNIE BLUME TREASURER BILL CONNORS Second Row John Pados Ron Kelly Charles Lawson Don Crennen Charles Studley Paul Lynch Roland Duprey Dave Young Nick Walsh Ted Schmidt Leo Benard Bob Stoddard Dick Gilgut Don Rizzo Bill GuQzzo Bob Norman Bob Weiss Dave Barrett Bob Betts amrfa QIt|t lpl|a PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER JOHN TARPEY RAYMOND BEAL RICHARD KEOGH JOHN LAFONTANA Left to Right First Row William McCarthy John Bitteti Roger Pouloit Gerald Shay William Keith John McGinty Robert Brown Walter Eagen Joseph Cardello Bruce McLean William Welsh Frank McNamara Second R ow James Devine Raymond Beal Edward Richardson William Burke Richard Keogh Philip Hawkins Robert Duval Arthur Lowden George Laughlin Charles Olive Lawrence O ' Toole Alfred Conrad Gil Guertin Third Row Philip Shine William McDonough Charles Randall Robert DeValle John LaFontana Donald Osborne Gunnar Deurell William Crotty Richard Herrick Norman Jones John Tarpey Thomas Flynn Those absent from picture Charles Mellen Ronald Vacca Leo Cassidy John O ' Keefe William Goodwin John Walsh Paul Connolly Paul McEachern John George Randy Gennings Cliff Mayhew Richard Wright Ronald Lundgren Roger Arguin Frank Kaveney Edward Tateasian Kevin Donnellan ' its jy 125s i. 1 i j m " • iM " " f j ' i . 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N ' «»= gii % % " V It , jr f l|t u Elta PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY DAVE HANSON JOHN QUINN CARL RICHARDSON TED SMITH Left to Right First Row Burt Seletsky Jack Walsh Al Hopkinson John Quinn Carl Richardson Dave Hanson Ted Smith Cris Matheson Tony Kozak Peter Kenney Ken Ferris Roger Roberts Second Row Frank CuUen Pete Laverty Phil Kyrouz Dick Glidden Ron Lacroiz Bob Ballanger Bob Brown Norbert Belanger Dick Gibbs Paul LaDoux Bob Rousseau Norm Gage Charlie Allen Hugh Gardner Arnie Westlund Don Leclair Third Row Don McLoed Bob Woodruff Bob Eldridge Jim Rogers Zyggie Wachta Ray Freeman Dave Grant Ray Hendrickson Jack Pearl Stan Merrill Bill Gatchell Jack Mahoney Those absent from picture Louis Roderic Chet Stasiowski Art Johnson Dick Chevela Bernard Chiacchia Jim Conw ay Sherm Pike Tom Derby Bob Sabin Jim David Len Campbell Dan Brayton o t Y -I tj.. -l - [(V- v tin I " " " N i , i l]t tgma appa PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER GEORGE DITOMASSI ROBERT PHILLIPS WILLIAM SCHAEFFER DEAN LANE Left to Right F irst Row Gene Bachand John Fahey John Welch Robert Cronin William McConville Robert Fuller Peter Tierney Edward Duggan Henry Burns Gerald Sullivan Second Row Robert Lenehan Gerald Murphy Thomas Kennedy Richard Greene Dean Lane William Schaeffer George Ditomassi Robert Phillips Robert Lindquist Francis Guiliano Charles Gibowicz Michael Curran Clark Baldwin Robert Locke Third Row Robert Minuttella Robert Klein Peter St. Lawrence Donald Snow John Whitehead Daniel Bonasoni William Conlin Edward Lee John McGreal John Eppich Richard Willey Edward Brennan David Brownell Arthur Btown Joseph Crocietta Richard Conti Fourth Row Richard Morrissey Paul Leathe Edward McCaffry Michael Dube James Balaguer Paul Casperson George Kennedy Milton Shupe William CoUette Henry Schroender Roger Barous Archibald Georgian David Wilson Richard Demergian Joseph Wooler John Flavin 0-1. PRESIDENT ROLAND BIBEAU VICE PRESIDENT DOUGLAS PFENINGER MASTER OF CEREMONIES RAYMOND SULLIVAN RECORDING SECRETARY THOMAS POTTER Left to Right First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Those absent from picture C. Terry J. Sensabaugh B. Baggarly F. Purches R. Barnini N. Pawlak T. Foley E. Moakler P. Zarlengo R. Burton R. Loring R. Williams B. Sullivan G. Raymond C. Collins R. Parent J. Rusikias F. Dagenais D. O ' Laughin L. Councilman J. Loftus R. Prouty L. Sokup A. Dixon M. Brown D. Brennan P. Suorsa S. Dolby R. Bartholemew R. Robinson E. Walski T. DwyeT D. Pfeninger P. Signet J . Donovan H. Grant R. Bibeau R. Oliviera T. Whittaker R. Huie R. Sullivan J . Tourtelotte K. Tonis D. Keay T. Potter J. O ' Keefe P. Painchaud Uberty N. Lariviere W. Ritchie R. O ' Donnell G. Mangs R. Kepper R. Lariviere K. Goldman E. Moriaty R. McHale L. Monize B. O ' Brien C. Rousseau C. Niedzwiecki N. Boucher T. Brennan R. Simonelli T. Sullivan H. Tamagno R. Seignious J. Golda B. Wood J. Zaremba tgma Iplia pstlon PRESIDENT ROBERT SCALES VICE PRESIDENT JAMES P. WALSH SECRETARY WILLIAM MAHONEY TREASURER JOSEPH SULLIVAN Left to right F irs t R ow Richard P. Celermar Cicero Tonduros James Condon Edward Nichols Wisoston McDonald Second Row John Warren James Charlton John Palmer William Mahoney Gerald McLellan Steve Cunilf Joseph Sullivan Philip Mahoney Robert Sampson Theodore Candilton William Desmond Bernard Schrender Robert Scales Robert Paqnini Third Row William Labelle Anthony Bevivini Gerald McNeil Claine Kennedy Robert Albertini Simond Zatyvha Ellsworth Shorp Richard Gugliemi Joseph Spadafora George Bloomstron John Scales Anthony Favullo Henry Hall George Worsh Fourth Row Michael O ' SuUivan Robert Foley John Supien Vincient Cousineau Joseph Mauger Thomas Chalmers David Perley Herbert Louvetan Raphall Turnlati Edward Symanski Lawrence Treadwel Anthony Scalzi George McCafferty Richard Witham John Mc Ateer gma l x psilon PRESIDENT HENRI PICARD VICE PRESIDENT ROBERT HARDINA SECRETARY JOHN ROSENBERG COMPTROLLER RICHARD STEELE Left to Right F irst R ow Malcolm Rice Lawrence Beaupre Bruce Milne Ronald Hwalek Wayne Bassett Robert Frey Those absent from picture Henry Frederickson Leonard Rand Earl Cheney David Caverley Benjamin Getchell Second Row Myles Doherty Arthur Anti John Hayward James Beattie Stuart Heywood William White John Rosenberg Robert Hardina Henri Picard Richard Steele Robert Jamieson Alvird Hayward Robert Arthur Louis Montesi Joseph Sylvia Porter Harley Third Row William Hogarth Edward McManus Bill O ' Rourke Gerald Tuttle Ray Grandchamp Peter Reardon James Pease John D ' Arcy William Barnard David Casey Bob Bienkowski Nick Stadfeld Harry Spiliotis Vin Marteka Peter Montminy Bob Haskins Thomas Zaccheo Ken Ballard Fourth Row Craig Preston Robert White Charles Carlson Lester Cameron William Kepper Dave Winterhalter Jonathan Snead David Rehbein Frank Witham Melvin Foster Don Williams Walter Bayer John Holmgren George Thelin Michael Donovan) Elmer Brooks Barry Jansson Larry Carpenter IN III II iA i}t- n ( f ' fW ' ' ' Sau pstlon pi| CHANCELLOR VICE CHANCELLOR SECRETARY TREASURER ARTHUR HOFFMAN MITCH FISHER STANLEY ELMAN PHILIP NYMAN Left to Right First R ow Gerald Cohen Gene Kay Norm Gessman Leon Aronson Gerald Goldman Maxwell Reinstein Philip Nyman Mitch Fisher Mrs. Florence Clements Arthur Hoffman Stanley Elman George Simon Robert Flax Gerald Weinberg Richard Manells Mervyn Weiner Second Row Jonas Chaves Richard Shocker Charles Burnim William Lee Sidney Krasnoo Jordan Liner David Margolis Alvin Serser Jerald Canter Robert Myers Charles Sagan Robert Hurst Alan Harris Harold Leppo Third R ow Jacob Rome Barry Fleider Alan Gruskin Arthur Gordon David Meltzer Alan Cohen Jerald Rodman Leonard Sacon Richard Harris Arthur Elkins Philip Brockman Richard Tannenbaum Robert Selya Gordon Morse Michael Bader Malcolm Meltzer Zmij. 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Hau appa psitlan PRESIDENT PAUL KNIGHT VICE PRESIDENT ALWYN CORMIER SECRETARY PHILLIP KUZMESKI TREASURER JAMES BROWNE Left to Right First Row Paul Mahoney David Watson Albert Pearson Edward Stokowski Donald Gagnon Second Row Edward Tarnuzza Francis Spriqgs Robert Lindstrom Alan Buttaro Paul Hibsher Phillip Kuzmeski Paul Knight Alwyn Cormier Gerald Browne John Towse Wayne Wilber Harver Austin James Tjaarda Robert Ames Third R ow Arthur Piech Charles Paradise Dennis Mooney John Comalli David West Robert McHale Alan Lampi John Martin Robert Mortimer James Cutler Joseph Hannon Robert Bury Robert Kinnecome Paul Bardon Robert Fallon James Young Fourth Row David Sherman William McGrail Donald Bamford William Page Robert Johnson Anthony Federer Henry Hazen Donald Mayo Gardner Wills Larry Peterson Peter Thompson Andrew Defrancesco Arthur Busl Robert Larsen Ronald Craven Robert Parker ll|Eta (HI] Left to Right First Row Arsene Bajaklan Ted Theodores Robert Stewart Lewis Green Andrew Knowles Richard Sparks John Katsoulis Carlo Brace! Charles Holbrook James Livesey Those absent from picture James M. Sanders David Bailey Joseph Morrone William Fibkins Arther Keefe Danial Petruzella Paul Kollios Peter London Paul Alls Second Row Peter Tyre Robert Coon David Carney Robert Mlshol Lee Hall Earle Seamen Richard Taylor Ralph Doe Peter Santos James Mendrek Gene Hawley John Kirby Richard Makela Ronald Marshall Neil Callahan Charles Tilton PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY Third Row Rod Lavallee Charles Carpenter Richard Secton James Cogswell Henry Howes Wayne Jaeschke Arthur Caron David Rattray Rene Berard Stuart Lindquist William Woods Edwin Sullivan Robert Chucka Thomas Campbell William Caines Richard Fredrickson Peter Athan Gus Sundquist Carl Berq Richard Simpson RALPH DOE JAMES SANDERS JAMES MENDREK PETER SANTOS Fourth Row James Brown Peter Shwarz William Kelleher James Quinn Lee Goyette Richard Pennell Alan Kelley Norm Steves Robert Hatch John Holochuck Vincent Powers Thomas Moschos Cy Lundstrom James Capeless Robert August Robert Dallmeyer John Naughton Richard Slska Donald Marchese Bernard Goclowski €l|i ® meaa 8 ' Left to right First Row Cleo Zoukis Jeanne Mango Lois Bontempo Gladys Bouchard Joanne Watman Nancy Lien Phyllis Rudman Barbara Lund Betsy McCormick Janet Gorman Shirley Truchon Sheila Smith Connie Walsh Vicary Mitchell Joanne Whiteman Carol Ann Wilkins Second Row Carolyn Trull Carol Bruinsma Bunny Barca Anne High Valerie Boudreau Carol Wrightson Sandra Wenner Anne Heanue Marilyn Gross Marilyn Towle Marsha Samoylenko Paula Bazinet Peggy Ayers Ruth Ann Kirk Phyllis Kline Claire Davis Pepper Ducharme Borbar Kelly Third Row Susan Harris Gretchen Enqlehardt Susan Bunn Esther Davenport Pegqy Doerinq Ellie Higgins Sally Healy Barbara Lee Peggy Stewart Louise Hallenbrook Joellen West Donna Dabareiner Barbara Freeman Alice Thompson Kay Hemlin Cynthia Billings Joyce Barbeau Karen Todd Dottie Ellert Rhea Dugas Ginger Gardella Phyllis Baron Katherine Keaveny Gail l otman Nelsie Young Fourth Row Barbara Bonnallie Barbara Malione Martha Martin Sylvia Finos Marie Sharpe Carole Norris Dianne Parker Judith Heaney Sara Varanka Leigh Henderson Marcia Hubbard Marie Cook Marilyn Doering Carol Goodwin Barbara Stone Mary Lou Burgess Vickey Rochette Phyllis Scher Cassie Wood Jane Donahue Judy O ' Leary Claire Manning PRESIDENT MARILYN GROSS VICE PRESIDENT ANNE HEANUE SECRETARY EMILY MORRISON TREASURER MARILYN TOWL E appa Ipl]a ' Slieta PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Left to Right First Row Brenda Kelly Lois Nazarian Elizabeth Janlk Jean Elliott Priscilla Biondi Patricia Mello Elizabeth Brice JOAN RAWLINS JUDY MILLER JO ANN RISCHITELLI JANET NICHOLS Second Row Margery Hubert Ellen Davis Myrtle Davis Mildred Olsen Ann Persse Jacqueline Heridee Marie Ehnes Janet Nichols Eleanor Labelle Joan Rawlins Judy Miller Jo Ann Rlschitelli Joan Boutote Barbara Kelly Carol Lolly Mary Cashman Elizabeth Pelkey Florapn Slattery Third Row Nancy Schule Lois Janvrin Pauline Lanoue Ann Orofino Nancy Dodkin Betsy Jason Beverly Barlow Suzanne Quinlavin Joan Slattery Sara Hoffman Judy Leach J anet Kalinowski Janet Jodaitis Katherine Kearns Nancy Wright Nancy Wells Rosalie Parsons Judith Linscott Nancy McAuliffe Barbara Borden Barbara Stowell Martha Wood Cynthia Allen Ruth Mesh Alice Sird Adeline DiOrio Fourth Row Marion Haggerty Elizabeth Pulsifer Ann Sherman Lucia Piscitelli Beverly Peach Margery Ricker Beverly Anderson Karen Stevenson Lucy Clark Mary Lou Trojano Jan MacDonald Nancy Wilkinson Barbara Ernest Phyllis Underwood Alice Mannino Jane Jackson Ann Sheehy Barbara Groll Charlotte Matuszko Beverly Luce Jacqueline Boeder Fay Hannibal appa appa (Samma PRESIDENT BARBARA AXT VICE PRESIDENT MARY LOU PARKER RECORDING SEC. NANCY KONOPKA TREASURER SHEILA SCOTT Left to Right First Row Carol Power Joan Daffinee Sandra Rusby Rita Capalupo Lois Hanlon Anne Shortell Lynne Robinson Second R ow Rosanna Newell Jo Anne Stanley Elaine Monroe Ruth Hanrihan Susan Daley Mary Lou Parker Nancy Konopka Barbara Axt Nancy Millis Sheila Scott Betsy Burqhardt Alice O ' Connor Janet Crooks Carol Humphrey Mary Weidhaas Third Row Betty Wellman Geraldine Boutwell Shirley Bush Judy Prisby Patricia Lynch Joan Forward Jean Crosby Sondra Sable Carol Ann Hines Marjorie Bowman Ellen Anderson Mary Lou Moore Betty Grimm Eleanor Mathison Joan Kelly Dorrine Guimond Mary Sue Withington Tanya Collegian Fourth Row Mary Beth Juliano Jean Hale Nancy Telfer Sheila MaGlauflin Betty Negus Janice Mills Marie Ferri Karen Johnston Donna Mitchell Joan Thompson Jennifer Wrightson Joan Murphy Jennet Roberts Audrey Humphriss Lila Fur geson Anne Streeter fill ptWn n Left to Right First Row Norma More lock Marilyn Morse Nancy Lalikos Ellen Schmidt Joanna Velonides Josephine Beck Doris Rathbun Jeanne Stewart Lois Abbe Sylvia Brown Sally Mather Margaret Sullivan Nella Crooks Noreen Dufresne Second Row Selma Michaels Susan Hearty Barbara McQuire Christina Ahrens Jean Marston Carol Drennan Mary Ellen Barnes Virginia Hart Marcia Pearls Lorna Regolsky Jeannine Pekrul Jeannette Radowicz Mary Lanove Beverly Tatham Third Row Collette Dumont Marcia Keith Mary Jane Parrisi Judith Cobb Marjorie Loach Phyllis Drinkwater Phyllis Jordan Margaret Amas Ann AUyn Josepha Germanowski Judith Herberg Louise Mason PRESIDENT DORIS RATHBUN VICE PRESIDENT JEANNE STEWART CORRES. SEC. JOSEPHINE BECK RECORDING SEC. MARY HILL TREASURER LOIS ABBE Those absent from picture Mary Hill Ann Derovin fx Eta f l,t Left to Right First Row Earldine Tukey Mary Jane Silveira Janet Manning Cynthia Stetson Breta Brown Gail MacQuarrie Constance Wells Dorothy McGrath Joyce Jackman Sandra Pelczarski Carol Crimmins PHESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER RECORDING SEC. CORRES. SEC. ANNA SAVAGE JOAN PETTE MARGERITE BOISVERT LORRAINE WILSON MICKI MARCOUCHI Second Row Inqely Hannsman Nancy Colbert Loralne Tukey Jeanne Robblns Joyce Robinson Alma Griffin Majorie West Joan Pettee Ann Savage Margerite Boisvert Diane Stewart Judy Dinsraore Janet Sargent Mary Ann Pomposo Evelyn Jolly Pat Harriman Third R ow Joan Piantoni Mae Swanbeck Sheila Driscoll Into Leipins J udy Seamans Sandra Strong Penny Bullard Ann Bigelow EUie Harris Mary Arnold Janet Branch Meridith Fernald Barbara Burniston EUie Papenfuss Louise Shea Birute Dedinas Mar. Richardson EUie Kallins Mary Manning Carolyn Newell Fourth Row D. DerSarkesian Alta Mae Ide Betty Hamilton Evelyn Burhoe Susan Harrington Joyce Ryan Martha Lepp Judy Dewhirst Marcie Flemming Gail Heinold Nancy Richardson Mary EUam Julia Taft Louise Wallis Elizabeth Graves Rosalind Tepper liipi I nil ir " ! Mil lu l igma elta ' ffiau PRESIDENT CYMA BELKOWITZ 1st VICE PRESIDENT LILLIAN MILLER 2nd VICE PRESIDENT MARCIA WINEGARD Left to Right First R ow Shirley M. Sokoletsky Jane S. Marks Syma Daniels Carol Rottenberq Mary Anne Siciliano Cynthia V. Katz Marcia Eckman Second Row Joanne Green Joan Helliwell Alyce Leavitt Elaine Braver Myrna Selwitz Vivian Lapides Marcia Winegard Mrs. Lillian Ryan Cyma Belkov itz Lillian Miller Janet Ostroff Patricia Mannls Barbara Ostroff Janet Corman Cynthia Lonstein Ruth Haase Third Row Gladys Pributsky Joanne Steniere Sandra Saks Vivian Green Marsha Miller Brenda Bricks Luayne Kaplan Jane Allen Sara Rogovin June Townes Florence Steinberg Linda Steinberg Phyllis Satter Sandra Hecht Charlotte Litman Marilyn Sugerman Esta Greenberg Yorkette Solomon Fourth Row Justine Vilker Myrna Smith Joan Lack Myrna Saltman Nancy Mahoney Joan Barclay Brina Mandell Barbara Goldberg Carolyn Baker Joan Wolk Lois Korngut Joyce Cutler Sheila Pressman Roberta Cole Marjorie Ruch Delores Lubowitz tgma appa Left to Right First Row Claire White Ellen Jensen Margaret Prophet Alice Littlewood Becky Somes Luisa Roth Second Row Barbara Durkee Lois Upham Joan Breyer Jean Breyer Jacqueline Averka Fran Cusato Peg Peters Lois Williamson Ruth Spahl Lois Bain Evie Murphy Jane Campos Joan LaChance Elna Senecal Terry Ashwell Carol Page Third Row Joyce Williams Marilyn Zellers Dana Pajaujis Carol Grady Phyllis Rawlins Fran Gravalese Jean Petrie Sara Jane Smock Sylvia Marand Bev Johnson Clarice Parthum Sylvia Coutinho Martha Steere Carol Rooney Nan Newton Maureen Moynihan Fourth Row Eleanor Harrahy Janice Cockburn Janice Warfield Abbe Murray Nancy Campbell Anne Wardwell June Spear Anne Crawford Carol Jepsen Joan Sharpe Bobbie Moniz Bette Czapran Carol A. McCarthy Barbara Grover Mary Lou Armstrong Tina Chenot PRESIDENT 1st VICE PRESIDENT 2nci VICE PRESIDENT RECORDING SECRETARY CORRES. SECRETARY TREASURER EVELYN MURPHY LOIS BAIN JANE CAMPOS LORRAINE SHERRY MARGARET PETERS RUTH SPAHL Those absent from picture Jane Thompson Lois Lestan INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-fraternity Council got off to an early start this year with its annual Workshop which is held each fall before classes begin. This year two of the main topics were rushing and communal buying. As always the Inter-fraternity was very competitive and enthusiasm ran high throughout the year long program. A new rushing program was intiated this year which delayed pledging until the beginning of second semester. At that time 194 freshmen men pledged the house of their choice. The council also took a stand on the discrimination issue. It was strongly urged that the houses do their utmost to eliminate any discrimination clauses in their constitutions. The council also placed an emphasis on scholarship and their efforts were fruitful in that direction because the fraternities had a better overall scholastic average this year than they did last year. The Inter-fraternity Council also awarded its annual scholarship at the Honors Convocation in the spring. This scholarship is awarded annually to the Junior who has an average of 2.5 or higher for the previous semester. One of the largest activities of the Council during the course of the year is formulating plans for Greek Week. This year, in addition to the skits, sings and ball a banquet was held in the Student Union. To fill any spare time available the Council sponsored a Blood Drive in conjunction with the Panhellenic Council, parties at the fraternities for orphans, and collecting for the Heart Fund Drive in Amherst. All in all it was a busy and rewarding year for all involved. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL A ( ( The Panhellenic Council aims towards promoting understanding and co-operation among the sororities in all aspects of campus life. This year under the leadership of Mary-Lou Parker, President of " Panhell " , this organization has made great strides towards the clarification of rushing rules, and the revision of the Panhellenic Constitution. The group also successfully established the tradition of the Panhellenic " Mum " sale at the Homecoming football game. Their other work projects have included the joint responsibility of soliciting for the blood bank with the Inter-fraternity Council, and the organization of the inter-sorority sing. On the social level " Panhell " sponsored in every area of the state, summer teas for the incoming freshmen, followed by a campus tea in the fall. The annual Spring Workshop which is open to all sorority members provides an excellent opportunity for an exchange of ideas and has become an invaluable institution in unifying and strengthening the organization. THE CLASS OF 1957 " 5 think it was the freedom of " being yourself " and of using the talents, the training, and the inspiration of your OWN time of living that the philosopher Ruskin must have been talking about when he said, " The greatest value in life is life itself. " The freedom of your own personality and ability is a very real and positive thing. It depends to some extent on your formal education, on your mastery of facts and ideas of the past and present. But this very mastery is what gives you the freedom of " being yourself. " Because of what the University of Massachusetts has done for each of you graduates, you will be better able to discover some intimate meaning in life, a meaning that reflects the freedom of YOUR personality. This is, I think, the real personality of education and scholarship • the discovery of ideas, and eventually the wonderment and joy of ideas identified only with you and by you. You have the privilege of living in a day and age, when, if man does not destroy himself, I sincerely believe that freedom from communism or other political tyranny, in fact freedom from ANY tyranny will come as a by-product of the spirit and personality of the individual. Remember that it will always be better to hitch your personal wagon to a star, even if later you find it burning out in comet flame, than never to have looked UP at all. aZiM-: Jean Paul Mather President LOIS ANN ABBE Phi Delta Nu 43 Glenwood Circle, Longmeadou. Born 1936 at Springfield, Vermont Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Mathematics Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 3,4 Treasurer 4 Math Club 3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 DONALD ALBERT ABT Alpha Phi Omega 159 Columbian St., Weymouth Born 1935 at Boston Entered from Weymouth H.S . Major in Pre-V eterinary - Zoology DeMolay Quobbin Chapter 2,3,4 Master Councilor 3,4 Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, Treas. 3 House Councilor 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 JOHN P. AHLADAS 1130 State St., Springfield Born 1931 at Hydera Lesbos, Greece Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 U of M Amateur Radio Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 U of M Broadcasting Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Orthodox Club 2,3,4 American Inst, of Elect. Engineers 2,3,4 Chaplai il 1 ROBERT REEVES ALDRICH 25 High St., Monson Born at Palmer, Mass. Entered from Monson Academy Major in Industrial Administration Collegian 3 Business Administration Club 3 U of M Broadcasting Ass ' n. 3,4 Technical Director 3 Operations Director 4 American Society of Mech. Engines CHARLES EDWARD ALLEN Phi Mu Delta 12 Lawrence Ave., North Ada Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Drury H.S. Major in Psychology Chemistry Club 1 Psychology Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3 Phi Mu Delta 3,4 Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 WILLIAM FRANCIS ALLEN Kappa Sigma 39 Minot St., Dorchester Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Transfer from Middlebury Colle Major in Physical Education Education Club 4 Phys-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 2,3,4 Football 3,4 1 i !i CLAIRE C. ALLESSIO 51 Melrose Ave., Pittsfield Born 1936 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Home E c onomics Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Vice-Pres. 3 Square Dance Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 ROBERT THACHER AMES T au. Kappa Epsilon 1013 No. Pleasant St., No. Amherst Born 1935 at Natich, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Mus ic Univ. .Concert Ass cE.. 3,4 Mgr. 3,4 Chorale 1,2,3,4 Statesman 2 Director 2 Operetta Guild 1,2,3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4 Adelphia 4 Dean ' s List 3 Maroon and White Quartet 3 Dir..3 Stockbridge Blue and White Octet 3,4 Director 3,4 Campus Varieties 4 Co-Dir.. .4 MYLES FRANCIS ANDERBURG 42 Grampian Way, Boston Born 1928 at Boston, Mass. Transfer from Northeastern Univ. Major in Mechanical Engineering Amer. Society of Mech.. Engineers 2,3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Engineering Open House 3,4 ALLEN EMIL ANDERSEN JR. Harkness Road, Pelham Born 1930 at Cambric Entered from Willisto Major in Geology Fencing Club 1 Geology Club 3,4 Sigma Gamma Epsilo e, Mass Acaden DONALD FOSTER ANDERSON 64 North St., Shelburne Falls Born 1929 at Shelburne Falls Entered from Arms Academy Major in Mechanical Engineering Intermural Football 2,3,4 Intermural Basketball 2,3,4 Intermural Softball 2,3,4 Am. .Society of Mech. Engineers Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Tau Beta Pi 4 MARGARET MARY ANDERSON 15 Fairview Terrace, Greenfield Rom 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Sub-Board 4 Stud., Chr. .Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dorm Repres Carnival Ball Publicity Committee 4 Christmas Vespers Committee 3 ARTHUR WILLIAM ANTI Sigma Phi Epsilon 3 Center Hill Road, Kingston Born 1935 at Plymouth, Mass. Entered from Kingston H.S. Major in Food Technology Chemistry Club 2 Food Technology Club 3,4 Pre-Medical Club 3 Newman Club 2,3 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 ROBERT EDWARD ANTON 996 Lowell Ave., Haverhill Born inl935 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Haverhill H.S. Major in Geology Band 1 Geology Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 3 Newman Club 1 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3,4 Vice- AFROTO Rifle Team 2,3 De List 3 ROGER G. ARGUIN Lamda Chi Alpha 34 Main St., Northbridge Born 1928 at Moosup, Conn. Entered from Northbridge H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Newman Club 2,3,4 Lamda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 Ritualist 3 House Counselor 2,3,4 Amer., Inst, oi Elec. Engineers 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Institute of Radio Engineers 4 IRVING JAY ARONS 81 Raymond Circle, Peabody Born 1935 at Maiden, Mass. Entered from Everett H S. Major in Chemistry Concert Band 3,4 Operetta Guild(Pit Orchestra) 3,4 Chemistry Club 4 Jr. Member ACS 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 3, President 4 ROTC Band 1 House Counselor 2 Campus Chest Committee 4 Dorm Council 4 LEON ARONSON Tau Epsilon Phi 83 Winchester St., Broohline Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston, English Major in History International Relations Club 3 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Varsity Football 1,2 Varsity Lacrosse 3,4 FRANK JOSEPH ARSENAULT Box 5 Stockbridge Hall, U. of M., Amherst Born 1929 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Brighton High School Major in Physics Phi Kappa 4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Organizing Physics Club 4 ROBERT ELDRIDGE ARTHUR Sigma Phi Epsilon 16 Sanderson St., Leominster Born 1934 at Arlington, Mass. Transfer from Northeastern Univ. Major in Psychology Psychology Club 3,4 U..of M. Broadcasting Assoc. .3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 Steward Spring Track 3 Carnival Ball Committee 3 MIRIAM R. ASHWELL 630 Center St., Ludlow Born 1935 at Ludlow, Mass. Entered from Ludlow H.S. Major in Home Economics Roister Doisters 2 Operetta Guild 1,2,3,4 4-H ' Club 1,2 German Club 3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Scholarship Chmn. 3 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Omicron Nu 3,4 Vice-Pres. WILLIAM EMIL AUBIN R.F.D. 2, Amherst Born 1931 at Cambridge, Ma Entered from Arlington H.S. Major in IndustrialEngineer Inter-Class Plays 3,4 ROBERT STANLEY AUGUST 65 Federal St. Exit, Agawam Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Agawam H.S. Major in General Business Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Association 1,2 Theta Chi 2,3,4 Steward 3,4 Maroon Key 2 Intermural F ' ootball, Basketball Softball 2,3,4 Class Treas. 3 Campus Chest Comm. Carnival Ball, Spring Day Comms. 3 Finance Comm. Chmn. Military Ball Committee 3,4 Senior Banquet Senior Picnic HARVEY WILFRED AUSTIN Tau Kappa Epsilon 303 South St., Plainville Born 1935 at Attleboro, Mass. Entered from Plainville H.S. Major in Pre-Med Univ. Concert Association 2,3 Production Mgr. 2 Mgr. 3 Pre-Med Club 3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Rush Chairman 2,4 Ski Club 2,3 Founder 2 Pres. 2 Alpha Phi Omega 2 De List 1 Campus Varietif Military Ball Cc JACQUELINE RUTH AVERKA Sigma Kappa 4 Forest Drive, Auburn Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Auburn H.S. Major in P sychology Roister Doisters 2 Psychology Club 2,3,4 Spanish Club 1 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Registrar 3 Social Chairman 4 Drill Team 2,3,4 Inter-Class Plays 2 Vo sties 2 BARBARA ANN AXT 442 Valley View Rd., Englewood, N.J. Born 1935 at North Bergen, N.J. Entered from Dwight Morrow U.S. Major in Home Economics, Education Chorale 2 Harmonaires 1 Operetta Guild 2,3 Newman Club 4 Women ' s Judiciary 3,4 Chief Justice 4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Asst. Membership 3 Pres. 4 Mortarboard 4 Scrolls 2 Dean ' s List First Semester 3 Campus Varieties 4 Carnival Ball and Spring Day Comms.. 3 Soph-Senior Hop 2 Dorm Social Chmn. 1 Univ. Open House Comm. 3 Chairman Home Economics Fine Arts Council 4 Arts Festival Committee 4 ELIZABETH ANN BACZEK 49 North St., Three Rivers Born 1936 at Three Rivers, Ma Entered from Palmer H.S. Major in Bacteriology Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties 2 University Open House 2,3,4 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 MARGARET ELLEN AYERS 328 East St , Hingham Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Hingham H.S. Major in History Collegian 3,4 Handbook 1 Operetta Guild 4 International Relations Club 2,3,4 Exec. Board 3 Publicity Mgr. .4 Women ' s Athletic Association 1,2,3 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 2,3,4 Corres..Sec. 4 Carnival Ball and Spring Day Comms.. Vn Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Ya-Hoo 2,3,4 Exchange Mgr. 3,4 LOIS CAROL BAIN 15 Elm Court, Maynard Born 1935 at Concord, Mass. Entered from Maynard H.S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology 3,4 Naiads 1,2,3,4 Jr. Mgr. 4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Sub-Board 3 Student Christian Association 1 Drill Team 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 Inter-Class Plays 3 Asst. Dir. 3 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Activities Chmn. .3 First Vice-Pres. 4 EMILE ARTHUR BABINEAU JR. 30 Lake Shore Drive, N. Wilbraham Born 1934 at Palmer, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 ROBERT NEWTON BAIRSTOW 109 Carson Ave., Dalton Born 1934 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Mount Hermon School Major in Dairy Technology Dairy Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. .3 Pres. .4 Senate 3 Dean ' s List 3 Fine Arts Council 3 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Steward 2 Historian 3 CAROLYN JANE BAKER 60 West Washington St., Hanson Born 1935 at Wollaston, Mass. Entered from Whitman H.S. Major in History International Relations Club 3 U. o f M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3 Art Editor of WMUA Bulletin Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3 Inter-Class Plays 3 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 RICHARD ANTHONY BALAKIER 64 Stearns Terrace, Chicopee Born 1934 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Monson Prep School Major in Marketing Marketing Club 2,3,4 Treasurer 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 3,4 Mother ' s Week-end Comm. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2 Chaplain 2 Activities Chairman 2,3 CLARK STEVENS BALDWIN 100 Prospect St., West !i ewton Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Geology Geology Club 3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Swimming Team 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 RICHARD BURDITT BALDWIN Maynard Road, Sudbury Born 1935 at Sudbury, Mass. Entered from Sudbury H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 1,2 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1,2 Dean ' s List 3 Military Ball Committee 3 Bay State Rifles 1,2,3,4 Exec. Officer 3 Commander 4 Accounting Association 3,4 RICHARD GEORGE BALDWIN 145 Tower Drive, Dalton Born 1936 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Dalton H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Newman Club 1,4 Intramural Basketball 1 Bay State Rifles 1,2 Amer. Inst, of Electrical Engrs. KENNETH EDWARD BANNON 43 Curtis St., Rockport Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Rockport H.S. International Club 2 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Ski Club 4 Zoology Club 4 CARCELLA ELAINE BARCA 70 Fallon Circle, Braintree Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Jamaica Plain H.S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology Club 4 International Relations Club 2 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 House Counselor 3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Herald 1,2 ROBERT JOHN BARNINE Green River Rd., Williamstow Born 1934 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Williston Acadei Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 ROGER SPENCER BAROUS 98 Central St., Andover Born 1935 at Brooklyn, N.Y. Entered from Punehard H.S. Major in Business Management Business Admin. Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Track. 1,2 Dean ' s List 2,3 Military Ball Comm. 4 Granville 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 LOUIS FRANCIS BARRETTO 116 Randall St., North Easton Born 1935 at North Easton, Mass Entered from Oliver Ames H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Flying Redmen 1,2 Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineer] Dean ' s List 2,3 RICHARD PAUL BARTHOLOMEW 37 Vineyard St., Worcester Born 1932 a t Bangor, Maine Entered from South H.S. Major in Accounting Math Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Fraternity Int ramurals 2,3,4 Ho Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Accounting Ass ' n. 3,4 Q.T.V. 2,3,4 Trees. 3,4 DONALD GRAHAM BARTLETT 6 Chatanika Ave., Worcester Born 1932 at Salem, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Student Christian Ass ' n. 2,3,4 U.M. Fire Department 3,4 Marketing Club 4 WAYNE RICHARD BASSETT 37 Wellesley Road, Natick Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Natick H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineerincj Club 1,2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 3, Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Am. Society of Civil Engrs. 2,3, Granville Air Society 4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 JOHN 10 Fe Ente Maio Alph COLBY BATTIS rn Ave., Amesbury 1935 at Amesbury, Mass. ed from Amesbury H.S. in Animal H usbandry il Husbandry Club 2,3,4 earn 1 Hockey Team 2,3,4 Cattle Judging Team 3 tock Judging Team 4 Gamma Rho 2,3,4 Usher WALTER EDWIN BAYER 20 Thomas Drive , West Springfield Born 1935 at Webster, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Accounting Newman Club 4 Accounting Ass ' n. 3,4 Sigma Phi Epsiton 1,2,3,4 PAULA ANN BAZINET 123 Wheatland Ave., Chicopee Falls Born 1936 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senior Mix 4 Carnival Ball Comm. 2,3 Carnival Comm.. 2,3 Spring Day Comm.. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Symphony Singers 2 Sophomore Banguet 2 Chi Omega 2,3,4 JAMES LINDSAY BEATTIE JR. 7 Baker Road, Everett Born 1935 at Everett, Mass. Entered from Everett H.S. Major in English Roister Doisters 3,4 Univ. Concert Ass ' n. 1,2 Swimming Team 1,2,3,4 Mgr. 3,4 Inter-Class Plays 3,4 Burnham Declamation 3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 WMUA 1,2 Military Ball Comm. 4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Lib. 4 DAVID JAMES BEAUBIEN 85 Main St., Millers Falls Born 1934 at Montague, Mass. Entered from Turners Falls, Mass. Major in Electrical Engineeting Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 2 Am. Inst. .of Electrical Engrs. 2,3, ' Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4 Alpha Gamma Rho 2,3,4 ROBERT BRUCE BECKWITH 9 Lafayette St, Wakefield Born 1935 at Portland, Maine Entered from Wakefield H.S. Major in E conomics Marchinq Band 2,3,4 Drum Major 2,3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2,3 Social Co-Chairman 2 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3 Co-Chmn. Christmas Vespers 2 Dean ' s List 3 CYMA JANE BELKOWITZ 92 Shore Drive, Winthrop Born 193 6 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in Sociology Index 3,4 Hillel 1,2,3,4 Sociology Club 3,4 Drill Team 1,2 Carnival Comm. 3 Gen. Adn Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 Pres EILEEN BELLOLI Mrs. Eileen Zendali 6 Adams House 55 Highland St., Framingha ALDEN H. BENNETT Suffolk House U.ofM., Amherst Born 1931 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Wells H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Phi Kappa Phi 4 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Am. Soc. of Mechanical Engineers Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 PAUL MICHAEL BENNETT 137 Manomet Ave, Hull Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Hingham H.S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology Club 3,4 Hillel 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Sports 1,2,3,4 Football Coach 4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 LEO JOSEPH BERARD 28 Reyem St., Waltham Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mas Entered from Waltham H.S. Major in Mechanical Enginee. Newman Club 1,3,4 Kappa Sigma 2,3,4 Am. Soc. of Mech. Engineers Publicity Chairman 4 Soc. of Automotive Engineers Dean ' s List 3 Military Ball Comm. 4 LOIS E . BERENSON 147 Franklin Ave., Chelsea Born 1935 at Everett, Mass. Entered from Chelsea H.S. Major in Sociology Roister Doisters 3 Education Club 3 Spanish Club 1 Sociology Club 2,3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 CARL HENRY BERG 35 Whipple St., Worcester Born 1929 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from No. Dakota State Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Association 4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 RICHARD EARL BERGQUIST 44 East Myrtle St., Orange Born 1932 at Orange, Mass. Transfer from Bates College Major in Physical Education Phy-Ed Club 2,3,4 Baseball 3,4 Football 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 DAVID G. BESANKO 91 Russell St., Hadley Born 1927 at Swampscott, Mass Entered from Swampscott H .S. Major in E conomics De 3t 2 DONALD ULRIC BESSETTE Suffolk House, U. ofM., Amherst Born 1930 at Chicopee, Mass. Transfer from Holyoke Jr.. College Major in E lectrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 3,4 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3 ROLAND V. BIBEAU 34 Margaret St., Willim Born 1935 at Chicopee, Mas s. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Marketing Busines s Administratio n CI lb 2,3 Marketir g Club 3,4 New man Club 1 ,2,3 ,4 O.T.V. l,2,3,4Pledgemc ster 3 Pres . 4 Interfrat ernity Council : ,4 Interfrat ernity Judiciary 3,4 Sec. 3 Vice Justice 4 Carniva 1 Comm. 3 Military B all Co nm. 4 Soph-Se nior Hop Comm. 2 Inter-Gr eek Ball Comm. 3 Freshmc n Directory 3,4 Edi or 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colle ges and Un ivs. 4 NANCY ISABELLE BICKFORD Old Goshen Rd., Williamsburg Born 1934 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Helen E. lames S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Student Christian Ass ' n.. 3,4 De 3t 3 JOHN JOSEPH BITETTI 84 Houghton St., Dorchester Born 1935 at Bosto n, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in E conomics Newman Club 1,2 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 LAWRENCE GENE BLAKLEY 104 Wallingford Ave., Athol Born 1935 at Gardner, Mass. Transfer from Fitchburg State Teachers College Major in Psychology Psychology Club 2,3,4 Sociology Club 2,3,4 Alpha Sigma Phi 3,4 Vice-Chmn Exec. Comm. Interfraternity Council 3 Dean ' s List 3 House Council 3 DONALD BLAIR Suffolk House, U. of M., Amherst Born 1931 at Whitinsville, Mass. Entered from Northbridge H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Softball 1,2,3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 2,3,4 Treasurer 4 List 3 Engin Engi Council 3 g Open Hous PHILIP GEORGE BLANCHARD 85 Dartmouth St., Holyoke Born 1934 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Industrial Engineering Joint Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Track 1 Carnival Comm. 3,4 Soc. of Automotive Engineers 4 Military Ball Comm. 3,4 Engineering Open House 1,2,3,4 BEVERLY ANN BLEAKLEY 124 Washington St., Fairhaven Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from Fairhaven H.S. Major in Elementary Education Roister Doisters 2,3,4 Operetta Guild 4 Education Club 4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 House Counselor 3,4 House Chmn Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 ' V ■ GEORGE HOWARD BLOMSTROM 9 School St., Mansfield Born 1933 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Mansfield H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsllon 1,2,3,4 Horticulture Show Comm. 3,4 MARGUERITE ANN BOISVERT Kendall St., Granby Born 1935 at Chicopee Falls, Mas Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 2,3 German Club Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 2 Pi Beta Phi 4 Treas. 4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Honors Work 4 MARY-ELLEN BOLAND 1041 South St., Dalton Born 1935 at Milford, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Music Univ. Concert Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Sec. 4 Chorale 3,4 Chorus 1,4 Asst. Dir. 4 Operetta Guild 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 4 Music Chmn. 4 Dean ' s List 3 Campus Varieties 2 Carnival Comm. 2 Revelers 4 Sec. -Treas. 4 RICHARD ADRIAN BOLT 52 High St., Haverhill Born 1934 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Haverhill H.S. Major in English Collegian 4 Assoc. Editorial As Dean ' s List 1,2 DAVID BRADFORD BOOTHBY 38 Pearl St., No. Dighton Born 1928 at No. Dighton, Mass. Transfer from Stonehill College Major in Mathematics Math Club 3,4 Vice-Pres . 4 PAUL HONORE BOUCHARD 37 Converse St., Springfield, Mass. Born 1934 at Chicopee, Mass. Transfer from Stockbridge S. of Agr. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 Outing Club " 1,2 Pre-Med Club 4 Newman Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Ass ' n. 1 Horticulture Show 1,2,3,4 Forestry Open House 2,3 JOSEPH LEANDER BOUCHER 729 Center St., Ludlow Born 1934 at Ludlow, Mass. Entered from Ludlow .S. Major in Industrial Administration Newman Club 1 Football 1 Industrial Administration Club 4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 VALERIE LORNA ANNE BOUDREAU 818 Saratoga St., East Boston Born 1935 at Nova Scotia, Canada Entered from East Boston H.S. Major in Recreation Leadership Sociology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Corresponding Sec. 3 Chi On 3,4 Co Vo 1-4 Carnival Ball Comm. Mother ' s Week-end Co Soph-Senior Hop Comr Spring Day Comm. 3 JEAN PAUL BOURGAULT 17 Pine St., Warren Born 1935 at Ware, Mass. Entered from Warren H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Russian Club 4 JOAN BOUTOTE 256 Knollwood St., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Woss . Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Home E conomics Home Econ. Club 1,2,3 Dorm Repres..4 Parents Day Comm. 1 Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. 3 Social Dorm Chmn . 2 Campus Chest Comm.. 2 Campus Varieties 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Altha Theta 1,2,3,4 Archivist 4 JAMES RICHARD BOWERS 46 Concord Rd., Wayland Born 1931 at Wayland, Mass Entered from Wayland H.S. Major in Wildlife Managemen Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4 Fishing Team 3 EDMUND A. BOWLER 74 Silver St., Springfield Born 1930 at West Springfield, Mass Entered from Springfield Cathedral Phys.-Ed Club 3,4 Sec. 4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lacrosse 4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Soccer 2,3,4 Co-Captain 4 Football 1 Ski Club 4 ■ PEP L ' f a K ' - " f f J RICHARD WOODBURY BOYLE 19 Adella Ave., W. Newton Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Entered from St. Mary ' s H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 A.S.C.E. 3,4 Bay State Rifles 1,2,3,4 Engineering Open House 3,4 ELAINE D. BRAVER S3 Waban Ave., Waban Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Home Economics Index 2,3,4 Education Club 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2 Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 Alumni Chn Social Chmn. 4 Carnival Ball Co Spring Day Comm. 3 Yahoo 3 DANIEL EDWARD BRAYTON 398 No. Westfield St., Feeding Hills Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Agawam H.S. Major in Physics Roister Doisters 3 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 DAVID VERNER BREEN RFD 3 Box 108 Montague Rd., Amhers Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Transfer from Stonehill College Major in Industrial Administration Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Exec. Board 3,4 Business Administration Club 3,4 Industrial Administration Club 3 Newman Club 2,3,4 Operetta Workshop 3 JEAN ANN BREYER Middle Road, Southampton Born 1935 at Southampton, Mass. Entered from Easthampton H.S. Major in Home Economics Roister Doisters 3,4 Operetta Guild 3 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Publicity Co-Chmn. 2 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. 1,2 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 2,3,4 Supper Comm. Co-Chmn. 3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 4 Chaplain ' s Council 1 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 4 JOAN ELAINE BREYER Middle Road, Southampton Born 1935 at Southampton, Mass. Entered from Easthampton H.S. Major in Home Economics Collegian 1 Roister Doisters 3,4 4-H Club 1,2,3 Home Eos. Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Ass ' n. 1 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Executive Comm. 4 Wesley Foundation 2,3,4 Supper Comm. Co-Chmn. 4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 De List 3 al Ball Cc JACK PAUL BRIN 25 Blossom St., Lynn Born 1935 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Lynn Classical H.S. Major in Mathematics HiUel Foundation 1,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 JOHN ALBERT BROWN 2 Florence Terrace, Arlington Born 1935 at Concord, Mass. Entered from Arlington H.S. Major in Landscape Arckitectur La :ap Architecture Club 2,3,4 President 4 Judson Fellowship 2 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Horticulture show 2,3,4 RICHARD J..BRONSTEIN 116 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Born 1935 at Cambridge , Mass . Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Finance Business Administration Club 2,3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 2,3,4 House Counselor 2 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Band Chmn. 3 Helpweek 3 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 R.S.O. Comm. 3,4 Spring Day Comm. 2 Band Chmn. Inter-Greek Ball Comm. 3 Band Chmn. Ya-Hoo 2,3 Adv. Mgr. 2 Business Mgr. 3 Comm. on Student Organizations 3,4 ROBERT 3ERTON BROWN 362 Highland St., Somerville Born 1934 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Mt. Herman Major in Psychology Collegian 3 DeMolay Club 1,2 Sen. Deacon Varsity M Club 2 Soclol. Club 2,3 Pres. 3 Psychology Club 4 Interfrat. Council 4 Stud. Chr. Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Chmn. Frosh Act Wesley Foundation 1,2 Worship Chmn. 1 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Adelphia 4 Maroon Key 2 Cross Country 2 Cheerleader 3,4 House Counselor 3,4 Class Pres. 1,2,3 Campus Varieties 3,4 Campus Chest Com. 2 Carnival Ball Com. Soph-Senior Hop Com. 2 Chmn. Spring Day Com. 3 Chmn. Adelphia Scholarship 3 CHARLES ARTHUR BROWN 687 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham Born 1933 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Classical H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Elect. Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. 4 Math Club 3 Dean ' s List 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Ass ' n. 2,3,4 Am. Institute of Elect. Engineers 3,4 Institute of Radio Engineers 2,3,4 ROBERT KENNETH BROWN 9 Shatluck St., Greenfield, Mass. Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Mathematics Civil Engineering Club 1,2 Math Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Mu Delta 2,3,4 Golf Team 1 SYLVIA ELIZABETH BROWN 10 Brockway Lane, So. Hadley Born 1935 at Danvers, Mass. Entered from So. Hadley H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 4 Student Christian Association 2,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 1 ,2 ,3 ,4Vice-Pres. 3 He Ma □ger 4 Christian Service Club 2,3,4 Intervarsity Bible Fellowship 2,3,4 CAROL LEORA BRUINSMA 397 May St. ,Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Masi Entered from South H.S. Major in Bacteriology Roister Doisters 4 Operetta ( Bacteriology Club 3,4 Sec.-T Naiads 1,2 Student Chr. .Ass ' Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s L JOHN BUCKLEY 7 Salem Place, Malde ahelle Dlls 2 Lng Day C Ya-Hc :il 3 3,4 PRUDENCE GORETH BURGESS West View Trailer Park, Amherst Born 1936 at White Plains, N.Y. Entered from White Plains H.S. Major in Sociology Outing Club 1 Square Dance Club Student Wives Club 3 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1 Chr.. Service Club 1,2,3,4 Exec. C M.T.R.P. 1 De List 3 BETSY PAULINE BURGHARDT 25 Middle St., So. Dartmouth Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from Dartmouth H.S. Major in English Index 3 Roister Doisters 3 Student Christian Ass ' n. 3,4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 2,3,4 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Spring Day Comm. 3 Symphony Singers 1 Literary Society 4 HENRY J. BURNS 38 Washington Sq., Salem Born 1935 at Salem, Mass. Entered from Salem H.S. Major in Buisness Management Business Administration Club 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Sentinel 3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Carnival Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 House Council 3 HOWARD ARTHUR BURNS 98 Marble St., Greenfield Born 1930 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Hebron Academy Major in Physical Education Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3 Football 2 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3 Physical Educ. Majors ' Club 2,3,4 WILLIAM H. BURTT 43 High St., Sharon, Mass. Born 1935 at Buffalo, N .Y . Entered from Sharon H.S. Major in Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Channing Club 1 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 2,3 Am. See. of Mech. .Engineers 1,2,3,4 Engineering Open House 1,2.3 ALAN H. BUTTARO 837 Mass. Ave., Lexington Born 1936 at Stoneham, Mass. Entered from Lexington H.S. Major in Sociology Chorale 1 Operetta Guild 1,2 Statesmen 2 Sociology Club 4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Chaplai REGINA MARIE BYRNE Dell Dale Farm, Littleton, Mass. Born 1935 at Milford, Nass. Entered from Littleton H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 RONALD AIME CADIEUX 267 Sargeant St., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Industrial Engineering Index 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chr. Service Club 3,4 Steering Com. 4 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Rifle Team ROTC 1 Am. Soc. of Mech Engineers 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Military Ball Com. 3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 ,20perations Off. 2 Granville Air Soc. 3,4 Comdg. Off. 3 Engr. Open House 2,3,4 Engr. Council 4 Distinguished Military Cadet 4 LAWRENCE R. CADRAN Hillside Road, Montague Born 1932 at Turners Falls, Mass. Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Am. Institute of Elec. Engineers 4 Program Committee 4 Commuters ' Club 1,2,3,4 CHESTER ROBERTS CALDWELL 10 Everett St., Melrose Born 1934 at Stoneham, Mass. Entered from Melrose H.S. Major in B usiness Administration Business Administration Club 3,4 Landscape Architecture Club 1,2,3 Varsity M Club 3,4 Asst. Scribe 4 Student Christian Ass ' n. 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Lacrosse 2,3,4 Co-Capt. 4 JOHN PAUL CALLAHAN 75 Willow St., Florence Born 1932 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Transfer from Am.. International Colle Major in Journalism Collegian 3,4 News Editor 4 Newman Club 4 MARY A. CALLAHAN 49 Lyon Sj., Fall River Born 1936 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Mount St.. Mary ' s Ac Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Psychology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Comm. 3 Senior Mix 4 Parents ' Weekend 1 idemy NEIL ROBERT CALLAHAN 28 Waite St., Maiden Born 1935 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Maiden H. S. Major in Business Management Theta Chi 2,3,4 Baseball 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Comm. 3 Carnival Ball Cc Athletic Director of Dormitory 2 JANE ANN CAMERON 482 Maple St., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Roister Doisters 1 Operetta Guild 4 Campus Varieties 1 Outing Club 1 Landscape Architecture Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Association 1,2 Student Christian Ass ' n. 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 RICHARD ELLIOTT CAMPAGNONI 19D Hampshire Heights, Northampton Born 1932 at Med ford, Mass. Transfer from U.S. C oast Guard Acad. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Tc 1 Beta Pi 4 c SPT ' i .1. 56 " ' 4,WV-. . w S-i PAUL HENRY CAMPBELL 55 L intern La le, Arling on Born 1934 at C ambridge, Mass. Ente ed from B elmont Hi llScho ol Majo in Finan ce Busi less Adm nistration Club 2 ,3 4 DeMc lay Club 1,2,3,4 Or at DF 1,2 U. of M. Broad casting A ss ' n. 2 3, 4 Cant ;rbury CK b 1,2 ROBERT LESLIE CAMPBELL 44 Yale St., North Adams Born 1935 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from Drury H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Cant. Club 1 Edwards Foundation 3 Stud. Chr. Ass ' n. 2,3,4 Co-Chmn. 4 Phi Eta Sigma 2 Tau Beta Phi 3,4Pres. Am. Soc. of Mech..Engrs. 2,3,4 Soc. of Automotive Engineers 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Steering Com. 3,4 Christian Service Club 1,2,3,4 Mass. .Bible Association 3,4 Engineering Open House 2,3,4 JANE LOUISE CANJPOS 59 Tuchernuck Ave., Oak Bluffs Born 1935 at Oak Bluffs, Mass. Entered from Oak Bluffs H.S. Major in Hone Economics Roister Doisters 2 Educ. Club 3,4 Club Women ' s Athletic Association 1,2 Neviiman Club 1,3,4 Senate 3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Sec. Vice-Pres.. 4 Interclass Plays 3 Dean ' s List 3 Campus Varieties 2 THEODORE ANTHONY CANDILORO 90 Liberty St., North Adams Born 1934 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from Drury H.S. Major in Accounting Index 2,3 Newman Club 1,2 Business Administration Club 1,2 Accounting Club 3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2,3,4 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 Pistol Team 2,3,4 Philosophy Club 4 DONALD H. CANTON 15 Bright Ave., Northampton Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Am. Soc. of Civil Engineers 2,3,4 Newman Club 1 ANTHONY JOSEPH CAPRIULO 33 Mayberry Ave., Medford Born 1935 at Medford, Mass. Entered from Medford H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Newman Club 1 Am. .Soc. of Mech.. Engineers 3,4 Open House Comm. 3,4 Soc. of Automotive Engineers 4 JOSEPH ARMAND CARDELLO 85 Lexington St., Lawrence Born 1935 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H .S . Major in Physical Education Phi-Ed Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Track Team 2,3,4 Co Capt. Winter Tr. Armor Drill Team 1,2 Sgt. at Arms 2 RICHARD JAMES CAREY 8 Carmody Court, South Boston Born 1935 at South Boston, Mass Entered from English H.S. Major in Physical Education Varsity M Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 ANN MARIE CARLSON 10 Phillips Ave.., Norwood Born 1935 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Norwood H.S. Major in Psychology Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Psychology Club 3,4 Canterbury Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Comm..2 KENNETH LENNART CARLSON 26 Woods Ave., Worcester Born 1933 at Brooklyn, N.Y. Transfer from Stockbridge S. of Agr. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 2,3,4 Pres. 3 Vice-Pres Rod and Gun Club 2,3 Rifle Team 2,3 Varsity M Club 3,4 Stud.. Christian Association 2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3,4 House Counselor 2,3,4 Pistol Club 2,3,4 Capt. .4 WILLIAM EDWARD CARROLL JR. Daggett Ave., Vineyard Haven Born 1935 at Vineyard Haven, Mas Entered from Tisbury H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Am, Inst, of Electrical Engineers 4 Military Ball Comm. 3,4 Band Chm) Granville Air Society 3,4 MARY K. CASHMAN 4 Quimby St., Haverhill Born 1936 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Haverhill H.S. Major in Elementary Education Campus Varieties 2,3Senate 1,2 Education Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Association 1,2,3 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Car ival Ball Cc Spring Day Comn n. 3 CORINNE JOYCE CAVANAUGH 263 Farrington St., Wollaston, Mass Born New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Cc Entered from North Quincj H.S. Major in Psychology La Maison Francaise 3 Psychology 3,4 Sociology 2,3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2,4 Student Chr. .Association 1,2,3,4 Exec. Board Chmn. Women ' s Men. Christian Service Club 2,3,4 Chaplain ' s Council Leach Floor Representative 2 LOUIS J. CHABOT Suffolk H ouse, U. of M., Amherst Born 1926 at North Attleboro Entered from North Attleboro, Mass. Major in Electrical Engineering Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Tau Beta Pi 4 SARAH BLAIR CHAPMAN 46 Edgemere Road, Quincy Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Woodward S. for Girls Roister Doisters 1,2,3 Education Club 3,4 German Club 4 Home Education Club 1 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Literary Society 4 THOMAS S. CHAPMAN Main St., Vineyard Haven Born 1934 at Oak Bluffs, Mass. Entered from Darrow Prep. School Major in Psychology Psychology Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. International Club 4 Dean ' s List 4 J. ARTHUR CHARLEBOIS 36 Oxford St., Pittsfield, Mass. Born 1934 at Schenectady, N.Y. Entered from St.. Joseph H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Squarfe Dance Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 MARY ELEANOR CHASE 497 South St., Hyannis Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Barnstable H.S. Major in S ociology Operetta Guild 2 Psychol. Club 3,4 Square Dance Club 2 Sociol. Club 3,4 Philosophy Club 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3,4 Edwards Fellowship 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Mass. Bible Fellowship 3,4 3 - m ' BRUCE P. CHOATE 36 Boyden Road, H olden Born 1929 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. Collet Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 3,4 ARTHUR GORDON CHUTE JR. 536 Water St. , Haverhill Born 1928 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Haverhill H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 3,4 Am., Inst, of Electrical Engineers 3,4 De List 1 JOHN PAUL CIERI 811 Neponset St., Norwood Born 1934 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Norwood H.S. Major in Physical Education Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn.. : Football 1,2,3,4 Physical Education Majors 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3,4 RICHARD JOSEPH CLEARY 35 Fernwood Road ,West Roxbury Born 1935 at Stoughton, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Intramural Sports 3 Ace. Assoc. 3,4 Youth for Eisenhower Banquet and Ticket Comm. Chmn. Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Stud.Employee 1,2,3,4 Comm. Chmn. Am. Accounting Assoc, Associate K U.S.A.R. 4 SHEILA ANN C LOUGH 84 Summer St., Plymouth Born 1935 at Plymough, Ma: Entered from Plymouth H.S. Major in English Collegian 3,4 Managing Ed. U. of M. Broadcasting Asso Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1 Univ. Open House Day Com: Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Inter-Class Plays 3,4 Carnival Ball Comm.. 3 Cam Young Democrats 4 Sec. .4 Roister Doisters 3,4 CLAUDETTE A. CLOUTIER 39 Jackson Ave., Winchendon Born 1935 at Winchendon, Mas Entered from Murdoch H. S. Major in Mathematics Roister Doisters 2,3,4 Operetta Guild 1,2,3,4 Lands Newm. ipe Architectu: Club 1,2,3,4 ass Plays 3 List 1,2,3 Club 2 JAMES SHEPARD COGSWELL 24 Wilder Terrace, W. Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical High Major in Industrial Administration Index 2,3,4 Business Mgr. 4 Statesmen 2,3 Business Admin. Club 1,2 Ind. Admin. Club. 3,4 DeMolay 1,2,3,4 Campus Vars. 3 Stud. Chr. Assoc. 1,2 Wesley Foundation 1,2 Soccer 1 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chmn. 2,3 Basketball Mgr. 1 Senate 3 Precisionettes 3,4 Asst. Drillmaster 3 Drillmaster 4 Carnival Comm. 3 Chmn. 3 GERALD SAUL COHEN NANCY ANN COLBERT 82 Summer St., FUchburg 1417 Highland Drive, Silver Spring, M. Born 1934 at FUchburg, Mass. Born 1936 at Washington, D.C. Entered from FUchburg U.S. Entered from Montgomery Blair High Major in Business Administration Major in Sociology Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Handbook 2,3 Naiads 2 House Counselor 3 Wrestling 1 Social Club 3 Vice-Pres. 3 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Panhellenic Council 3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Mortar Board 4 Pres. 4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Campus Chest Comm. 3 Precisionettes 3,4 Cam. Ball Comm. 3 Decoration Chmn.. 3 Soph-Sen. Hop Comm. 2 Decoration Chmn. 2 Stud. Union Comm. 3 Scrolls 2 Vice-Pres. 2 NANCY JANE COLE orth St., Cheshire Born 1935 at North Adams Entered from Adams H.S. Major in Economics Univ. .Concert Associatioi International Club 3 Sociology Club 2,3 Canterbury Club 2 Student Christian Assoc. Pi Beta Phi 2,3,4 Spring Day Comm. 3 CHARLES LLOYD COLLINS 375 Main St., Amherst Born 1936 at North Attleboro, Mas Entered from North Attleboro H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Canterbury Club 1,2 Senate 2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 QTV 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 4 Varsity Soccer 2,3,4 Varsity Track 2 PAUL JOSEPH CONNOLLY 13 Alden Rd., Weymouth, Mass. Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Col lege High Major in Mathematics Math Club 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Football 1 Tennis 2,3,4 Co-Capt. 4 Rfe ROBERT GEORGE COOK 140 Pleasant St., Lexington Born 1934 at Arlington, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 1,2 Canterbury Club 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Tennis Manager 3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 MARY ANN COOPER 343 Concord St.., Framingham Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Chemistry Women ' s A. A. 1 Scrolls 2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Co-Chmn. 3 Program Chmn. 4 Wesley Foundation 3,4 M.T.R.P..1 Un. Chr., Foundation 3,4 Women ' s Judiciary 2 House Counsellor 4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Pledge Scholar 1 Asst . .Treas. .3 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Scholar 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Rand Comm for Religious Facilitie ROBERT JAMES COREY 25 Harding Ave., Belmont Born 1933 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Belmont «.S. Major in Business Administration Statesmen 2,3,4 Business Administration Club 3,4 Varsity M Club 3,4,5 Spririg Day Committee 3 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4,5 Soc. Chmn. Interfraternity Council 3,4 Football 1,2 Indoor Track 3,4,5 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4 House Counsellor 5 Campus Varieties 3 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3 JANET FRANCES CORMAN 236 Pleasant St., Milton Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Jeremiah E. Burke H.S. Major in Elementary Education Index 4 Education Club 3,4 Sociology Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 Senior Mix Comm. 4 Publicity Committee 4 ALWYN GEOFFERY CORMIER Lancaster Ave., Lunenburg Born 1936 at Grosuenordale, Conn. Entered from Lunenburg H.S, Major in E conomics Roister Doisters 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Athletic Chairman 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Inter- reek Ball Committee 3 Univ. Volunteer Fire Dept. 2,3 Interclass Plays 3 JAMES COSTANTINO 6 Glendale Rd., South Braintree Born 1930 at Braintree, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Baker House Council 1 Treas. 1 MARCIA LEE COTTON Elm St., Boxford Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Punchard H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Naiads 3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1 Precisionettes 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Carnival, Carnival Ball Comms. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 Senior Mix 4 JOHN WILLIAM COUGHLIN 6 Whyte St., Medford Born 1930 at Stoneham, Mass. Transfer from Stockbridge S. of A Major in Forestry Outing Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3 Pr Pistol Team 3,4 BARBARA CREE 128 Chapin St., Southbridge Born 1935 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells H.S. Major in S oci ology Operetta Guild 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 MARJORIE ANN CRIMMINS 1611 Commercial St., E..Weymou Born 1936 at Bronx, N .Y . Entered from Weymouth H.S. Major in English Operetta Guild 3 Education Clu Home Economics Club 1 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 De List 3 3l Ball Cc JANET R. CROOKS Lake St., Bellingham Born 1935 at Bellingham, Mass. Entered from Bellingham H.S. Major in Home Economics Education Roister Doisters 3,4 Educ. Club 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Judson Fellovirship 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc, 1,2,3,4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Chaplin Carnival Ball Comm. 3 NELLA EVADINE CROOKS State College, Fort Valley, Georgi Born 1936 at Hampton, Virginia Entered from Happy Grove H.S. Jamaica, West Indies Major in Zoology Roister Doisters 3 Operetta Guild 3,4 International Club 1,2,3,4 Revelers 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1,2 Phi Delta Nu 1,2,3,4 Historian 2 Sing Chmn. 3,4 Interclass Plays 3 npu! Mode Varieties 3 Dance Club 1,2 Sec 1 HAROLD A. CROW ELL 80 Hampshire Heights, Northampton Born 1929 at Plymouth, Mass. Transfer from Washington State C olle Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Engineering Open House 3,4 STEPHEN JAMES CUNNIFF 216 Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth, N.H-. Born 1931 at Holyoke, Mass. Transfer from U.S. Naval Academy Major in Marketing Adn stration Club 2,3 Psychology Club 4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3, Newman Club 3,4 Varsity Lacrosse 2 3 4 Marketing Club 3,4 Pres.4 MICHAEL PATRICK CURRAN 543 Beech St., Holyoke Born 1933 at Holyoke, Mass. Transfer from Holyoke Jr. Colleg Major in Government International Relations Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 3,4 FRANCES ANN CUSATO 71 Easton Ave., Pittsfield Born 1935 at Washington D.C. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Elementary Education Operetta Guild 3,4 Education Club 3,4 International Relations Club 3 Women ' s Athletic Association 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Registrar 4 Symphony Singers 2 JOYCE SYLVIA CUTLER 79 Eckington St., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical High Major in Elementary Education Collegian 1 Index 3,4 Dc stars 4 Education Club 3,4 Sociology Club 2,3,4 Hlllel 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 De List JOHN FRANCIS CZACH 93 Circle Drive, Chicopee F at Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Newman Club 1 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 DONNA LOU DABAREINER 33 Clark St., Framingham, Mass. Born 1935 at lanesville, Wisconsin Entered from Framingham U.S. Major in English Collegian 2,3 Copy Editor Roister Doisters 2,3,4 Operetta Guild 4 Educ. Club 4 Stud. Chr. .Assoc. 4 Chi Omega 1,2,3 Social, Rush Chmn. 4 Drill Team 3 Campus Varieties 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Co-Chmn. Tickets, Program Soph-Senior Hop Committee 3 Chmn. Tickets, Program Spring Day Committee 3 Soph. Class Banquet 3 Chmn. Publicity, Tickets, Program JOAN ELLEN DABY 274 Archer St., Fall River Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Acad, of The Sa Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Coram.. 2 Spring Day Committee 3 SUSAN PRISCILLA DALEY 11 Payson Ave., Easthampton Born 1936 at Easthampton, Mass. Entered from Easthampton H.S. Major in Bacteriology Handbook 3,4 Operetta Guild 3,4 Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 3 Newman Club 1 ,2,3 ,4Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3 Treas. Scholarship Chairman 4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Commuter ' s Club 1,2 Soc. Chmn. Academic Honesty Committee 3 WILLL M FRANCIS DALY Munson State Hospital, Palmer Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Munson H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 2,3 Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Acc ' t Assc Campus Distributor, Vita-Craft 3 Associate Member, Am. Acc ' t. As Employees ' Coram., Dining Cimmc ELAINE MATHER DANAHER 51 Trafton Road, Springfield, Ma Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Yarmouth H.S. Major in Elementary Education Chorale 2,3 Operetta Guild 1,2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3 Education Club 3 Vc ieti. LLOYD N. DANIELS Box I Moore ' s Corner, Leverett, Mass. n » MARTIN SAMUEL DANSKER 11 Roslyn St., Salem Born 1935 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Salem H.S. Major in English Collegian 1,4 Dc Pre-Medical Club 2 Hlllel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2 Exec. Vice Chancellor 3,4 Military Ball Committee DANIEL D. DARLING N. King St., Northampton, Ma CLYDE ROBERT DAVENPORT 24 High St., South Dartmouth Born 1930 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Dartmouth H.S.. Major in History International Relations Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 MARLENE WALKER DAVENPORT 482 Bedford St., Lexington Born 1935 at Framingham, Mass. Entered from Northfield S.. for Girls Major in Medical Technology Chorale 3,4 Chorus 2,3 Operetta Guild 4 Bacteriology 4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,4 Wesley Foundation 3,4 Publ. Chran. De List 1 Carnival Comm. 3 Bact.. Of Zoology Open House 3,4 He CLAIRE MARIE DAVIS 195 Florence St., Melrose Born 1934 at Melrose, Mass. Entered from Melrose H.S. Major in Home Economics Education Club 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Univ.. Open House Day Comm. Nevirman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 3,4 ELLEN ANTOINETTE DAVIS 314 Weston St., Waltham, Mass. Born 1935 at Brighton, Mass. Entered from Watertown H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Kappa Alpha Theta 2,3,4 Sch..Chmn. Drill Team 2,3 House Counselor 3,4 Campus Varieties 2,3 GEORGE LARRY DAVIS MYRTLE VARNDELL DAVIS RAYMOND JAMES DEGERE Pleasant St., Lee, Mass. 45 Willard St., New Bedford 181 Northampton Rd., Amherst Born 1935 at Albany, Vermont Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Born 1930 at Adams, Mass. Entered from Lee H.S. E, tered from New Bedford H.S. Transfer from Harvard Univ. Major in Chemistry Major in Mathematics Major in Business Administration Chemistry Club 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. Math Club 4 Senate 1,2 Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 U of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 4 Intramural Football 2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4, Rifle Team 2 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2 Asst. Treas. 3 Chemistry Open House 3,4 Treasurer 4 Cc irnival Comm.. 3 Ur iv. Health Council 2 Ar nherst C.P. Drive 2 DONNA LOU DABAREINER 33 Clark St., Framingham, Mass. Born 1935 at Janesville, Wisconsin Major in English Collegian 2,3 Copy Ed. 3 Roister Dolsters 2,3,4 Operetta Guild 4 Education Club 4 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 3 FRANCIS C. DELLAMANO Rush Chairman 4 495 Columbia St., South Weymouth Drill Team 3 Born 1935 at Weymouth, Mass. Campus Varieties 1 Entered from Weymouth H.S. Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Co-Chmn. Major in Agriculture Tickets and Programs Poultry Science Club 1,2,3,4 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 3 RAYMOND FRANKLIN DELE Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2,3,4 Athl. Mgr. Chmn. Tickets, Programs 67 Congress St., Greenfield Varsity Football 2 Spring Day Committee 3 Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Interfraternity Sports 1,2,3,4 Soph Class Banquet 3 Chmn. Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Little International Livestock Show 2 Publicity, Tickets and Programs Major in Philosophy Poultry, Meat, Beef Teams 3,4 ...» .« i» ;« ». ' :»id JOHN DELVECCHIO jR. 38 Marjorie Lane, Southbridge Born 1935 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells U.S.. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Math Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 CAROLE ANN DEMPSEY 255 Mass. Ave., North Ando Born 1935 at Winchester, Ma Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Elementary Educati Educ. Club 3,4 Sociology CI Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Carnival Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Spring Day Comm., 2 Ya-Hoo 3,4 Senior Week 4 SHEILA ANN DENUIR 384 Arborway, Jamaica Plain Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Mt. St. Joseph Acad. Major in Home Economics 4-H Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Home Economics Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Parents ' Weekend Comm. ! International Weekend Comm. 1 LORENA ANN DEROUIN Loudville Rd., Westhampton Born 1937 at Northampton, Mas: Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Elementary Education Phi Delta Nu 3,4 WILLIAM C. DESMOND 630 Cambridge St., Brighton Born 1932 at Brighton, Mass. Entered from Brighton H.S. Major in Physics Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Se ROBERT DILL Apt J-1 Suffolk House, Amherst Born 1931 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Am. Inst, of Elec Engineers 4 JUDITH CABOT DINSMORE Hallet St., Yarmouth Port, Mass.. Born 1935 at Portsmouth, N.H. Entered from Yarmouth H.S. Major in Home Economics Roister Doisters 3 Operetta Guild 3 ,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Stud. Chr. Assoc. 1,2 Mem. Comm. 4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Campus Varieties 2 Dorm Committee 3 Chairman Social Comm. GEORGE ROBERT DITOMASSI 1206 Dwight St., Holyoke Born 1934 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Finance Business Admin. Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 House Counselor 2 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 1,2,3 Pres. 4 Interfraternity Council 4 Adelphia 4 Maroon Key 2 Pres. Campus Varieties 4 Class Vice-Pres. 3,4 Campus Chest Comm.. 3 Chmn.. Spring Day and Soph-Sen. Hop Comm. 3 University Open House 4 Interdorm Council 1 Who ' s Who in American Colleges 4 RALPH HARRINGTON DOE 44 Central St., West Boylston Born 1933 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Business Administration Statesmen 3 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 1,2,3 Pres. 4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Track 1,2 Soccer 1,2 Swimming 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Spring Day Committee. 3 MYLES JOHN DOHERTY 43 Springside Ave., Pitts field Born 1935 at Pitts field, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Government International Relations Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 Flying Redmen 1,2 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Granville Air Society 3,4 HENRY JAMES DOLAN JR. 99 Chestnut St., Andover Born 1935 at Andover, Mass. Entered from Punchard H.S. Major in Business Management Business Administration Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Football Team 2,3,4 Co-Capt. Spring Day Comm. 2 JANE FRANCES DONAHUE 33 Pine St., Palmer Born 1935 at Ware, Mass. Entered from Palmer H.S. Major in Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 1 ,2,3 ,4 House Mgr. Precisionettes 3,4 Squad Lead Ski Club 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 JO-ANN MARY DONAHUE 18 Kent Ave., Pittsfield Born 1936 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from St. Joseph ' s U.S. Major in 1 ournalism Collegian 1,2,3,4 News Editor, Managing Ed. 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Debating Society 3,4 Manager 3,4 PAUL RICHARD DONAHUE 354 Pine St., Gardner Born 1929 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Gardner H.S. Major in Accounting Accounting Club 4 Newman Club 4 Pre-Medical Club 4 Dean ' s List 3,4 KEVIN JOHN DONNELLAN 18 Auburndale Rd., Marblehead Born 1935 at Winchester, Mass. Entered from Marblehead H.S. Major in Business Administration Business Administration Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 ANN K. DONOHUE 16 California Ct., Clinton Born 1935 at Clinton, Mass. Entered from Clinton H.S. Major in History Univ. Concert Assoc. 2 Education Club 3,4 Internet. Relations Club 2,3,4 Tre Psychology Club 2 Women ' s A.A. 1,2,3,4 Tennis Mgr Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 4 Carnival Boll Comm. 2,3 JEROME JOSEPH DONOVAN 33 Buswell St., Boston Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Jamaica Plain H.S. Major in Dairy Technology Dairy Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dorm Copt. Q.T.V. 2,3,4 Dairy Product Judging Team 4 DICK WILLIAM DORGAN 833 Chestnut St., Springfield Born 1929 at Springfield, Mass Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 4 Joint Engineering Club 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Phi Eta Sigma 2 Historian Tau Beta Pi 3 Vice-Pres. ' y ws EDMUND FRANCIS DOWD JR. 25 Houston Ave., Methuen Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from E. F. Searles Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 IRE Newman Club 2,3,4 Cross Country 1 Indoor Track 3,4 Outdoor Track 1,2,4 Am. Institute of Elec. Engineers 2,3,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 English Open House 3,4 FRANCIS MICHAEL DOVCD 25 Dunmoreland St., Springfield Born 1932 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in College Preparatory Chemistry Club 3 Education Club 3 Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers 2 Physics Club 4 Cummuters Club 2,3,4 CHARLES EDWARD DRAKE JR. 665 Main St., Amherst, Mass. Born 1929 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Public Health 3,4 FRANCIS D. DRISCOLL 93 Webster St., Arlington Born 1934 at Arlington, Mass. Entered from Arlington H S. Roister Doisters 2,3 Pre-Med. Club 1 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Adelphia 4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon l,2,3Rally Comi International Weekend 4 Senior Mix 3,4 Class Gift Comm..4 Dean ' s List 1 Commencement Week Comm. 4 Carnival Ball and Carnival Comms. 2,3 Agri. Econ. Club 4 Fine Arts Council 4 Inter-Class Plays 3 Campus Varieties 4 Class Treas..4 Freshman Spring Track 1 Stud. Union Comm. 4 Campus Rumpus 2 Parents Weekend Comm.. 1 Dorm. Pres. I Soph-Sen. Hop and Spring Day Comms. 2,3 Who ' s Who in Am. .Colls.. 4 Soph. Banquet LORRAINE MARY DUCHARME 32 River St., Dalton Born 1935 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Dalton H.S. Major in Sociology Operetta Guild 4 Home Econ. Club 1,2 Landscape Archit. Club 2 Sociol. Club 3,4 Women ' s A. A. Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Basketball Mgr. 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Athl. Board 3 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties 1,2 ANN LOUISE DUFFY 923 Second St., Fall River Born 1935 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee H.S. Major in History German Club 4 International Relations Club 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 V KATHERINE DUFRESNE 16 Groton St., Ayer, Mass. Born 2935 at Fitchburg, Mass. Major in Home E conomics Handbook 3 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 1,2,3,4 Steward 4 Skinner Scoop 2 JANE CECILIA DUGAL Main St., Hatfield Born 1936 at Hatfield, Mass. Entered from Smith Academy- Major in Bacteriology Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 International Club 1,2,3,4 Se RHEA ANN DUGAS Curtiss Hill Rd., Charlton Born 1935 at Southbridge, Ma Entered from Charlton H .S . Major in Bacteriology Index 2 Operetta Guild 4 Bacteriology Club 3,4 Naiads 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 2,3,4 House Counselor 3 BARBARA ANNE DURKEE 17 Russell Rd., South Weymouth Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Weymouth H.S. Major in Psychology Operetta Guild 4 Gym Team 4 EUGENE FRANCIS DUNTON Psychology Club 2,3,4 Pres. 58 Maple St., Easthampton Canterbury Club 1,2,3 Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 JOHN I. DURKIN Transfer from Holyoke Jr. College Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 38 Ames St., Worcester Major in Zoology Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Honors Work Born 1932 at Worcester, Mass. Band 2,4 Campus Varieties 1,2 Transfer from Worcester Jr. College Zoology Club 2,3,4 Modern Dance Club 1,2,3 Pres. Major in Government WALTER FRANCIS EAGAN JR. 11 Mattakeeset St., Mattapan Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston College U.S. Major in Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3,4 Track 1,2 Varsity Soccer 4 Interfraternity Sports 2,3,4 Honors Work 1,2,3,4 ROBERT FRANCIS EATON 97Vi Beacon Ave., Holyohe Born 1930 at Northampton, Mass Entered from Hebron Academy Major in Elementary Education WESTON EAVRS 75 Webster St., Middleboro Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Memorial H.S. Major in Zoology Rod and Gun Club 4 Canterbury Club 1,4 Ski Team 1,2 Ski Club 3,4 Zoology Club 3,4 JOHN WILSON EDGAR R.F.D. West Acton Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Acton H.S. Major in Agricultural Economics Agri. Economics Club 3,4 Vice-Pr Varsity M Club 3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Little International Livestock Sho GEORGE EDWARD EGAN G 2 Hampshire House, Amherst Born 1929 at Sturbridge, Mass Entered from Mary E. Wells «.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Math Club 4 Newman Club 4 Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers 2,3,4 Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 MARY JANE EGAN U Mulberry St., Leeds Born 1935 at Florence, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Roister Doisters 1,2 Education Club 3,4 Psychology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3 Dean ' s List 2,3 Young Democrats 4 GERARD DANIEL EGGLESTON 2-D Hampshire House, Amherst Born 1928 at Lynn, Mass Entered from Holten H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 3,4 Am. Soc. of Mech. Engineers 3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers ' Dean ' s List 1,3 Tou Beta Pi 3,4 MARIE HELEN EHNES 290 County St., Seekonk Born 1935 at Milford, Mass. Entered from Fairhaven H.S. Major in Elementary Educati Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Social Cha ROBERT BRUCE ELDREDGE 30 Highland Ave., Chatham Born 1935 at Hyannis , Mass. Entered from Chatham H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Collegian 1 Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 U.. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Mu Delta 4 Scholarship Chairman ARTHUR ELKINS 99 Shelton Rd., Swampscott Born 1936 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Lynn Classical H.S. Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Asst .Scribe 2 Asst. House Manager 2 House Manager 3,4 JAMES ERNEST ELLS 28 Sycamore St., Somerville Born 1931 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Stockbridge S. of , Major in Olericulture Olericulture Club 2,3,4 Sec-Treas. 3 Pres. 4 Judson Fellowship 2,3,4 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Ski Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Horticultural Show 2,3,4 Publicity Chairman Vegetable Judging Team 4 JOHN REDMAND ENNIS 24 Hallock St., Amherst Born 1929 at Northampton, Mass Major in History Newman Club 4 DONALD STEPHEN EVANS 79 Willouiwood St., Dorchester Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in History Collegian 1,2,3 Sports Ed.. 3 International Relations Club 4 HiUel Foundation 2,3,4 Athletics Board 3 Inter-Mural Cour Parents Weekend Comm. 1 Inter-Dorm Council 1 AFROTC Drill Team 2,3,4 Air Cadet Sq. 1,2 Vlce-Pres. 2 Granville Air Society 3,4 STEWART BARRETT FARLEY JR. 8 Horse Shop Drive, West Boylston Born 1930 at Brockton Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. College Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Am. Soc. of Mech.. Engineers 1,2,3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 ROBERT JAMES FAULKNER 10 Wood St., Northampton Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 3,4 Publicity Chairman 3,4 JOHN FRANCIS FAVA JR. Doty St., West Wareham Born 1929 at Middleboro, Mass. Entered from Plymouth H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Landscape Archit. Club 2,3,4 Trees Alpha Gamma Rho Pres. Dean ' s List 1,3 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Vice-Pres Am. Soc. of Landscape Architects 4 ROBERT GIRARD FAYE 49 Line St., Feeding Hills Born 1932 at Northampton, Mass. Transfer from Springfield College Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Baseball 3 Dorm Council 4 Athletic Chmn. JAMES F. FAZIO 8 Fourth St., Pittsfield Born 1929 at Pittsfield, Mass Entered from Pittsfield H. S. Transfer from Tulane Univ. Major in Accounting i iilftk DAVID HERMANN FEDER East Hawley Rd., Charlemont, Mass. Born 1929 at New York, N.Y. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Varsity Pistol Team 2,3,4 Varsity Rifle Team 2 Rifle Team 2 Pistol Team 2,3,4 KENNETH ALVIN FERRIS 6 Arthur St., Danvers Born 1935 at Salem, Mass. Entered from Swampscott H.S. Major in Accounting Bu siness Administration Club Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Athl. Chmn. 3,4 Alumni Dir. Lacrosse 2,3 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Accounting Assoc. 3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 Intermural Sports 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM LOUIS FIB KINS 7 Delewanda Rd., Nantasket Beach Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered fr an Hingham H.S.. and Thayer Acad. Major in Physical Education Education Club 4 Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 Athletics Board 1,2,3,4 ]. LAURENCE FINE 207 St. Paul St., Brookline Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Lawrence A cademy Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 1,2 DeMolay Club 1,2,3,4 U.of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Compt. 2 Carnival Comm. 3 Accounting Assoc. 3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 ITCHELL LEONARD FINEGOLD 3 Bradford Terr., Brookline Born 1934 at Cambridge. Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Finance Roister Doisters 3,4 Operetta Guild 3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3, Senate 1 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Librarian 2 Asst. Burser 2 Social Chmn. 3 Soccer 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Campus Varieties 1,3,4 Frosh Frolics 1 Finance Club 4 DONALD FRANCIS FITZGERALD 169 Fort Pleasant Ave., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Business Management Business Administration Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chmn. 2 Athletic Chmn. 2,3 ROBERT GEORGE FITZGERALD Strong St., Amherst, Mass. Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2,3,4 Commuters Club 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM MICHAEL FITZGERALD 116 Belmont Ave., Springfield Born 19 30 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Transfer from Am. International C olle Major in Government International Relations Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 2,3,4 Intramural Football 2 Dean ' s List 1,3 ROBERT SAMUEL FLAX 10 Caryll St., Mattapan, Mass. Bom 1935 at Boston, Mass.. Entered from Boston Latin Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 NATHAN BENSON FLOOD 138 Park Ave, Bridgewater Born 1934 at Brockton, Mass. Transfer from Stockbridge S. of A Major in Poultry Husbandry French Club 2,4 Poultry Science Club 2,3,4 Square Dance Club 2 Alpha Zeta GEORGE E. FOGG 247 Hayward St., East Braintree Born 1935 at Weymouth, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture Club 2,3,4 Rod and Gun Club 1 Channing Club 1,2 Wesley Foundation 2,3,4 Dorm Council 2 Alpha Pi Omega 1,2,3,4 Membership Chmn. 2 Vice-Pres 3 Pres. 4 Track 1,2 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Rifle Team 1,2,4 High School 2,3,4 M.T.R.P. 1,2,3,4 Chmn. 3,4 Campus Rumpus 3,4 Chmn. 4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Campus Chest Comm..3 Mother ' s Weekend Comm..3,4 Freshman Week 2,3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 AFROTC Rifle Team 1,2 Hort. Show 2,3,4 Chmn., Art Exhibit 4 TOXIO First Prize 3,4 DANIEL ADELBERT FOLEY 29 Linden St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in City Planning Collegian 2,3,4 Art Editor 3,4 Handbook 3,4 Index 2,3,4 Square Dance Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 3,4 Newman Club 1,2 JOHN JOSEPH FOLEY 27 Ward St., Worcester, Mass. Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from St. John ' s Prep.. Major in Business Management Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Freshman Basketball 1 Varsity Basketball 2,3,4 Capt. 4 Dean ' s List 3 THOMAS CARL FOLEY 9 Main St., Montague Born 1934 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in Finance O.T.V. 2,3,4 Finance Club 4 Commuters Club 1,2,3,4 THOMAS VINCENT FOLEY 32 Desrosiers St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S.. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Treo Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Eng.Open House 3,4 Pres. Mills House 4 A.S.C.E. 2,3.4 Trees. 4 MARGURITE LOUISE FOLLETT 20 Harlow Drive, Amherst Born at Holyoke , Mass. Entered from Mary Burnham School Major in English Roister Doisters 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2 Kappa Kappa Gamma 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,3 DIANA TERESA FONTANA 58 Taylor St., Pittsfield, Mass. Born 1935 at New York City, N.Y. Entered from Dalton H.S.. Major in Mathematics Home Economics Club 1,2 Math Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3 Bowling Mgr. 2 Drill Team 2,3 Dean ' s List 1,2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Mother ' s Weekend Committee 1,2 WILLIAM WARNER FORD JR. R.F.D. Dalton Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Dalton H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 U. of M.. Broadcasting Assoc. 1 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 Bay State Rifles 3,4 Am.. Inst, of Elect. Engineers 3,4 Military Ball Committee 1,2,3 Co slor ;1 4 PATRICIA FORNACIARI 28 Bella Vista Ave., Mansfield Born 1935 at Mansfield, Mass. Entered from Mansfield H.S. Major in Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 House Counselor 3,4 House Chn De St 1 loll Cc ittee 3 MELVIN LESLIE FOSTER 3 Harvard St., Framingham Born 1935 at Framingham, Mass. Entered from Framingham H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Industrial Administration Club 4 WMUA 1 Dean ' s List 1,2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Varsity Basketball 1,2,3 Inter-Greek Ball Comm. 2,3,4 JOSEPH B. FREDETTE 298 Franklin Rd., Fitchburg Born 1929 at Fitchburg, Mass. Entered from St. Bernard H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers 4 ROBERT L. FREGEAU 75 Robinson Rd., West Springfield Born 1932 at Troy, N .Y . Transfer from Amer. International Coll. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 JACQUELINE FRENCH 48 Bosworth Rd., Winchendon, Ma: Born 1935 at Nashville, Tenn. Entered from Murdoch H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Square Dance Club 2 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3,4 Women ' s A. A. 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Philosophy Club 4 RICHARD DONALD FRITZ 20 Cotton St., Newton Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mas Entered from Newton H.S. Major in History Hillel Foundation 1 Alpha Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Winte al 3 ROBERT GEORGE FROST 19 Hanover St., Newbury Born 1931 at Andover, Mass Transfer from Bates College Major in Accounting Class Officer 2,3 DONALD GEORGE FUGERE 11 Rural Lane, East Longmeadow Born 1936 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Am. .Inst, of Elec. .Engineers 2,3 Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 HAZEL MARGARET FULLER Thayer St., Amherst Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in History German Club 2,3,4 International Relations Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 De 3t 1 ROBERT WILBUR FULLER 14 Middlesex Ave., Swampscott Born 1936 at Somerville, Mass. Entered from Swampscott H.S. Major in Business Administration Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1,2 Athletic Chmn. of Chadb curne 1 3l Sports 1,2,3,4 :il of Chadbourne Dorm ROGER LYMAN FULLER 46 Maiden St., Springfield Born 1932 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Tech High Major in Electrical Engineering Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers 2,4 KENNETH WINSLOW FONE 189 Everett St., Quincy Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from North Quincy H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Pledge Chn Vlce-Pres. 4 Inter-Fraternity Football 2,3,4 Basketball 2,3 Engineering Open House 3,4 • RONALD ALSTON GAGNON 9 Dorothy Ave., Worcester Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from North H.S. Major in Government Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1 Intramurals 1,2 SUZANNE GALLAGHER Somers Rd., Hampden Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from HighSchool of Coi Major in P sychoiogy Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Education Club 4 International Relations Club 2 Psychology Club 2 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 De 3t 1,2,3,4 V1RGINL A. GARDELLA 69 Weetamoe St., Fall River Born 1936 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee H.S. Major in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 2,3,4 Historian Personnel Chairman 4 Dean ' s List 3 Campus Varieties 4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Spring Day Comm.. 3 Ya-Hoo 3 Ski Club 4 BERNARD ALBERT GARDETTO JR. 122 Mill St., Newton Center Born 1935 at Milford, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2,3,4 IFC Representative 3.4 Ass ' t Treas. Treas. 4 Rushing Chmn. 3 Vice-Pres Flying Redman 2 Spring Day Comm. 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Accounting Association 3,4 ROBERT FREDERICK GARDNER 44 Springfield St., Wilbraham Born 1934 at Ludlow, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc . 1,2,3,4 QTV 1,2,3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,2,3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Granville Air Society 4 RAYMOND LAWRENCE GEHLING JR. D-3 Suffolk House, Amherst Born 1929 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep. Major in Wildlife Management Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4 Chmn. 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 NORMAN CHARLES GESSMAN 44 Trident Ave., Winthrop Born 1936 at Roxbury, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in Accounting Concert Band 2,3,4 Pep Band 2 Accounting Association 3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 4 Ya-Hoo 2,3 CHARLES JOSEPH GIBOWICZ 214 Elm St., Greenfield Born 1934 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Spanish Club 1 Newman Club 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Cross-Country 1 Soccer 4 Manager Dormitory Treasurer 3 NANCY MILLIS GILMORE Calvert Rd., East Walpole, Mass. Born 1935 at Washington, B.C. Entered from Williamstown H.S. Major in Elementary Education Operetta Guild 4 Campus VarieUes 2,3 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4 Senate 1 Hunt Club 4 Social Activities Committee 1 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Ass ' t. House Pres. 3 House Pres., 4 Precisionettes 1,2,3 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 GORDON WILLIAM GLADSTONE 24 Hawthorn Ave,, Winthrop Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in Pre-Uedical Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4 House Mgr. Ste De ard List 1 DEAN HOWARD GLAZIER 367 Waltham St., West Newton Born 1935 at Newton, Mass.. Major in Economics ANTHONY FRANK GOLAS Hampshire House C-3, Amhers Born 1929 at Easthampton, Ma Entered from Williston Acaden Major in Accounting Football 1 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 Accounting 3,4 SIDNEY SAMUEL GOLDBERG 53 Westfield Rd., Holyoke Born 1936 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Accounting Index 3 Business Mgr. DeMolay 1 Operetta Guild 3 Campus Varieties 3,4 Business Admin. Club 2 Soccer 1,2 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Swimming 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Exec. Board 3 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 2 Vice-Pres. 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Art Festival 3 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Carnival Comm. : Spring Day Comm. .3 Publicity Yahoo 4 Business Mgr. Freshman Directory 3,4 Editor 4 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 PHYLLIS ANN GOLDEN 78 Cedar St., Sharon Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Sharon H.S. Major in Elementary Education Index 1 Education Club 3 Roister Doisters 1,2,3 Costume Chmn. 3 International Relations Club 4 Spanish Club 1 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball and Spring Day Comms .3 Univ. Open House Day Comm.. 1 Univ. Film Soc. 3,4 Sec.-Treas. 3,4 GERALD GOLDMAN 74 J St., Hull Born 1936 at Roxbury, Mass. Entered from Hingham H.S. Major in Food Technology Animal Husbandry Club 3,4 Chemistry Club 2 Food Technology Club 2,3,4 Forestry Club 3 Olericulture Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Scril Ass ' t. House Mgr. 3 House ROBERT LOUIS GONSOR 206 Homestead Ave., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Rosary High Major in English U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Chief Announcer 2 Program Mgr. 2 Production Dir. 3 Policy Board 3 Senate 4 Activities Comm. Public Relations Comm. Dean ' s List 2 Class Gift Comm. 4 Governing Board Student Union 4 CAROL ANNE GOODWIN 173 Elmlawn Rd., Braintree Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Bacteriology Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Bacteriology Club 4 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Alumae 4 Drill Team 3,4 Ski Team 3,4 House Counselor 3 NEIL BARRY GORDON 222 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bedford Bom 1936 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Mathematics Math Club 2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Delta 3,4 Treas, 4 Dean ' s List 3,4 JAMES BRIAN GORMAN 27 Hadwen Rd., Worcester Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from South H.S. Major in Political Science International Relations Club 3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2 Lacrosse 3,4 UM ROTC Representative to West Point 3 DONALD WOODBURY GOULD 183 Tedesco St., Marblehead Born 1929 at Cohasset, Mass. Entered from Marblehead H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 JOAN VORPERIAN GOULD 183 Tedesco St., Marblehead Born 1936 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Wakefield H.S. Major in Home Economics Child Development Home Economics Club 4 Student Wives Club 3,4 U.o£ M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,4 Wesley Foundation 1,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 JOE HUGHIE GRAHAM Belmont Rd., W. Harwich Mass. Born in 1929 at Decatur, Miss. Entered from Decatur H.S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology Club 3,4 Pres..4 Senate 1 Alpha Zeta Club 4 JOHN J. GRALENSKI 65 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls Born 1935 at South Hadley, Mass Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in Zoology Collegian 3,4 Roister Doisters 3 Wrestling 2,3 PAUL THOMAS GRANVILLE 169 Waite Ave., Chicopee Falls Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2,4 Student Christian Assoc 3 Flying Redman 1,2,3 Squad Leader 3 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 2,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Dean ' s List 1 JOANNE H. GREEN 14 Perkins Square, Jamaica Plain Born 1936 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Jeremiah E. Burke H.S. Major in Elementary Education Collegian 1,2 Handbook 1,2 Index 2,3,4 Education Club 3,4 Roister Doisters 1 Campus Varieties 3,4 Senior Mix 4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 Ho. Counselor 3 Inter-Class Plays 3,4Carn. Coram. 2,3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Spring Day Comm. 3 Honors Convocation 4 Interdormitory Council 1 Senior Executive Committee 4 BARBARA JEAN GRAVES NANCY EVELYN GRAY 120 Prescott St., Clinton P.O. Shelburne Falls, R.F.D. I Born 1936 at Clinton, Mass Ashfield, Mass. Entered from. Clinton H.S. Born 1936 at Northampton, Mass. Major in Bacteriology Entered from MacDuffie S. for Girls Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 Vi ce-Pres. 3 Major in Zoology President 4 Symphony Singers 2 International Relations CU b 4 Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Associat ion 2,4 Square Dance Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Phi Beta Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honor ' s Work 4 Zoology Club 2,3,4 ALMA M. GRIFFIN 156 Park St., Gardner Born 1934 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Gardner H.S. Major in Recreation - Education Education 3,4 RICHARD MORRA GREENE Women ' s Athletic Association 1,2 140 Eddywood St., Spri gfi eld Wesley Foundation 1,2 Born 1935 at Newark, N.J. Pi Beta Phi 3,4 Entered from Technical H.S. Dean ' s List 4 Major in General Busin ess Carnival Committee 3 Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Recreation Conference 3 Men ' s Sports 2,3,4 Recreation Club 3,4 Pres..4 IP , Ipl r s ) ' %. m ' tKt m DAVID M. GRIFFIN 48 Mt. Vernon St., Melrose Born 1935 at Melrose, Mass. Entered from Melrose H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 3 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Association 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Youth for Eisenhower 4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 Granville Air Society 3 JOHN JOSEPH GRIFFIN 35 Spring St., Springfield Born 1931 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 1,2, Newman Club 1,2,3 Dean ' s List 2,3 Honor ' s Work 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Accounting Assoc. 3,4 Treas. 3,4 MARLENE RACHEL GRIMES 269 Green St., Athol Born 1936 at Athol, Mass. Entered from Athol H.S. Major in Zoology Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Phi Kappa Phi 4 Inter-Class Play 1 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honor ' s Work 4 Zoology Club 2,3,4 Trees.. 4 MARILYN JOAN GROSS 722 North Montello St., Brockton Born 1936 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in English Roister Doisters 4 Operetta Guild 1 German Club 1 Naiads 2 Women ' s A. A. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Mortarboard 4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 2,3 President 3,4 Scrolls 2 Revelers 3 Chmn. Cheerleader 2,3,4 House Counselor 3 Inter-Class Plays 1,3 Dean ' s List 1 Campus Varieties 1 ,2,3,4Choreographer 3,4 Campus Chest and Soph- Sen. Hop Comms. 2 Stud. Union Advisory Board 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 Varsity Field Hockey 1 Rally Comm. 2,3,4 Class Volleyball Team 1 Basketball 1,2 Roister Doisters Fall and Spring Production 3 Homecoming Float Parade 4 JANE ELIZABETH GUERTIN 66 Mountain View Drive, Newington, Con Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Needham Major in Bacteriology Bacteriology Club 3,4 Stud. Chr. Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dorm. Rep. 3 Dean ' s List 1 2 RUTH LOIS HAASE 30 Park St., Brookline Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in English Collegian 1,2,4 Handbook 3 Index 2 Quarterly 4 Operetta Guild 3 Women ' s A. A. 1,2 Rep. 2 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 Carnival Committee 3 WILLIAM ALAN HAFEY 7C Hampshire Heights, Northampton Born 1930 at Westfield, Mass. Entered from Northampton Major in English - j ournalism Senate 2 MARION M. HAGGERTY 45 Windom Terrace, North Adams Born 1935 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from Drurj H.S. Major in History International Relations Club 3 4 Kappa Alpha Theta 2,3,4 Ed.. 4 Ski Club 2,3 De List 2,3 GRETCHEN HAIMBACH 101 Goldsmith St., Littleton Corr. Born 1935 at Philadelphia, Penn Entered from Germantown H.S. Major in History Chorale 2 Operetta Guild 2 International Club 3,4 ' Canterbury Club 1,2 Student Christian Association 1, Kappa Alpha Theta 2,3,4 House Counselor 3,4 Chmn. 4 Inter-Class Plays 1 HARRY FRANCIS HALL 82 Vinedale Rd., East Braintree Born 1929 at Boston, Mass. Transfer from Eastern Nazarene Coll. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 3 Dean ' s List 3,4 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 CHARLES EDMUND HAMEL JR. 17 Atwood Rd., Worcester Born 1930 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. .College Major in Physical Education Phi-Ed Club 3,4 ROBERT LEO HAMILTON 3 Smith ' s Lane, Kingston, Ma Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Kingston H.S. Major in Physics Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Physics Club 4 ARTHUR JEROME HANNAN 21 Lyman Terrace, W altham Born 1935 at Waltham, Mass. Entered from Waltham H.S. Major in Economics Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Economics Club 2,3 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Maroon ' Key 2 Dean ' s List 2 Military Ball Committee FAY HANNIBAL 8 Riverside Ave., Gloucester Born 1935 at Gloucester, Mass. Entered from Gloucester H.S. Major in General Business Business Administration Club 3, Spanish Club 1 House Chairman Women ' s Athletic Association 1 Student Christian Association 1, Kappa Alpha Theta 2,3,4 Carnival Ball and Spring Day Cc Precisionettes 2,3,4 Youth for Eisenhower 4 JAMES HOWARD HANNON 128 Orchard St., Randolph Born 1935 at Brighton, Mass. Entered from Rindge Technicc Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 2,3,4 Treas. 4 Square Dance Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Bay State Rifles 1,2 Greenough Dorm Social Chmn.. RUTH VERONICA HANRIHAN 99 Shaw St., Brookline Born 1936 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Nutrition Collegian 1,2 Reporter Handbook 2 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Exec. Board 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ya-Hoo 2 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Pledge Capt. 3 Membership Chmn. Dean ' s List 2,3 INGELY HANSMANN 279 Court St., New Bedford, Mass. Born 1935 at Basel, Switzerland Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Economics German Club 3,4 Sec . 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Student Christian Association 1,2,3, A Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Jr. Pledge Tr.. 3 Standards Chairman 4 House Counselor 3,4 House Chmn. 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Campus Varieties 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 DAVID BALL HANSON 580 Centre St., South Hanover Born 1935 at South Weymouth, Mass Entered from Hanover H.S. Major in Finance Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Pres. 3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Finance Club 4 « -» GEORGE EDWARD HANSON 10 A Temple St., Gardner Born 1929 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Cashing Academ Major in Wild Life Track Manager 3 Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4 ALISA HAPPONEN East Road, Westminster, Mass. Born 1935 at Kuopio, Finland Entered from Fitchburg H.S. Major in History International Relations Club 3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3,4 Busi Luther ;ss Manager 4 Club 1,2,3,4 Tr .ist 1,2,3 as. 2 Pr ROBERT FRANK HARDINA 50 Federal Ave., A gawam Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Agawam H.S. Major in Sociology Chemical Engineering Club 1,2 Sociology Club 3,4 Student Christian Association 3,4 Church Vocations Group 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Fraternity Workshop 3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Pres.. 3 Social Chmn . 2,3 Vice-Pres.. 4 Standards Committee 2,3 GEORGE FRANCIS HARGRAVES JR. 23 Cedar St., Northampton, Mass. PORTER H. HARLEY Born 1936 at Northampton, Mass. 103 Crescent St., Northampton Entered from Northampton H.S. Born 1935 at Fitchburg, Mass. Major in Accounting Entered from Fitchburg H.S. Accounting Club 4 Major in General Business Commuters Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 GLENNA CLAIRE HARNEY 27 Rowland St., Marblehead Born 1935 at Marblehead, Mass. Entered from Marblehead H.S. Major in Sociology Operetta Guild 1 Campus Varietie Education Club 3,4 French Club Sociology Club 3,4 Senior Banque Univ. Open House Day Comm. 1 Newrman Club 1,2,3,4 Precisionettes 1,2,3,4 Squad Lea Carnival Ball and Carnival Comm Soph- Senior Hop Committee 2 Spring Day Committee 3 PRISCILLA ANN HARRIMAN 662 Washington St., Whitman Born 1935 at Taunton, Mass. Entered from Whitman H.S.. Major in Government Student Christian Association Wesley Foundation 1 Senate 2,3 Election Chmn. Pre R.S.O. 3,4 Pi Beta Phi 3,4,2 Pledge Trai ANN MAIRE HARRINGTON 3743 Riverside Ave., Somerset Born 1935 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Somerset H.S. Major in Home Economics Educi French Club 2,3 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 La Maison Francaise 2 3 Librarian 2 Sec. 3 MONA ANN HARRINGTON Main St., Graniteville Born 1936 at Lowell, Mass. Entered from Westford Academy Major in History Collegian 1,2,3,4 News Ed. 2 Managing and Executive Ed. 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 2,3 Activities Comm. Chm Cha Phi Kappa Phi 4 junselor 2,3 House Chmn. ist 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 RICHARD IRVING HARRIS 264 Foster St., Brighton Born 1935 at Roxbury, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin Scho Major in Zoology Collegian 1 Sportswriter Band and Orchestra 1,2,3,4 Property Mgr. and Staff 2,3,4 Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 Parents Wd. Chmr Ya-Hoo Business Staff 2,3,4 Varsity Pep Band 1,2 Property Mgr. and Staff 2 Zoology Club 3,4 SHIRLEY JEAN HARRIS Schermerh orn Park, Lenox Born 1935 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. French Club 1 International Relations Club 2,4 Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Association 1,2,3 Dean ' s List 1,2 VIRGINIA HART Box 605, Wolfeboro, N.H. Born 1935 at Worcester, Ma Entered from North Quincy Major in Elementary Educat Chorus 3 Fine Arts Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Wesley Foundation 3,4 Phi Delta Nu 2,3,4 Historio Inter-Greek Ball Committee JOHN J. HASSELL JR. i79 ' 2 Harvard St., Cambridge Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Rindge Technical H.S. Major in Recreati on Leadership Operetta Guild 4 Phi-Ed Club 2 Wesley Foundation 4 Maroon Key 2 Vlce-Pres Football 1,2 Track 3 Modern Music Club 2,4 Recreational Club 4 Sec ELEANOR WARREN HATHAWAY Williams St., Williamsburg Born 1935 Concord, Mass. Entered from Hale H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Marching Bond 1,2,3 Animal Husbandry Club 2,3 Square Dance Club 2 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1 ,2,3 ,4 Ski Club 2,3 Little International Livestock Shov JUDITH NANRY HAWKINS 230 Mystic Valley Parkway, Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Winchester H.S.. Major in Elementary Educatio Home Economics Club 3 Naiads 1,2 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Asst. Pledge Trainer 2 Asst. Public Relations 3 Dean ' s List 3 Dorm Treasurer 3 EUGENE ROBERT HAWLEY 10 Pleasant Court, Amherst Born 1934 at Northampton, Mass. Transfer from Holyoke Jr. College Major in Physical Education Education Club 4 Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Athletic Dlr 3,4 Football 1,2 Lacrosse 2,3,4 Military Ball Comm. 3 JOHN ANTHONY HAYES JR. Walnut St., Plainville Born 1935 at W orcester ,Mass. Entered from Plainville H.S. Major in Mathematics Student Chr. Assoc. 1,3,4 Treas Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 Supper Comm. 2 Publicity 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Alpha Phi Omega 1,2,3,4 Sgt. at Arms 2 Publicity 3 Historian 3 Vice-Pres. 4 He Cc Am. Society of Mech. Engineers Dean ' s List 1 United Christian Foundation 4 Student Representative ALVIRD LOUIS HA -WARD 337 Haverhill St., Reading Born 1935 at Reading, Mass. Entered from Reading H.S. Major in Government DeMolay 1 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chairman 2,3 Soccer 1 Basketball Manager 1 Campus Chest Committee 2 Military Ball Committee 3,4 Publicity Chairman 4 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 2 ANNE MARIE HEANUE 98 Payson Road, Belmont Born 1935 at Belmont, Mass. Entered from Belmont H.S. Major in Sociology Roister Doisters 2 Univ. Concert Association 2 Operetta Guild 4 Education Club 3,4 Sociology Club 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Social Co-Chairman 2 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Stewardess 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Dean ' s " List 1,2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 Soph Class Banquet 2 ALFRED JEAN HEBERT JR. 2752 Main St., A gawam Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from A gawam H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 House Counselor 2,3 Military Ball Committee 3,4 Am. Inst. .of Chemical Engineering 3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Granville Air Society 3,4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 RICHARD WARREN HEDLUND 29 Ekenan St., Worcester Born 1935 at Lowell, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Geology Chorale 1 ROTC Band DeMolay 1,2,3,4 Organist Geology Club 3,4 Program Chmn. Varsity M Club 3 Student Christian Assoc. 3 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3,4 Sec. 4 Cross Country Manager 2 Dean ' s List l ' ,2,3 College Geology Conference 3,4 Conn. Valley Scientific Conferent Z. EDWARD HELLER 30 Summit Ave. Brookline Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Government Handbook 3 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Hillel Foundation 1,2 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 3 Pledge Comm. 3 Class. Treasurer 1 Carnival Comm. 3 Publicity Con Spring Day Comm.. 3 Activities ( JOAN MARCIA HELLIWELL 140 Mass. Ave., Longmeadow Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Home Economics Univ. Concert Association 3 Education Club 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Senior Mix Committee 4 Class Night Committee 4 JACQUELINE ANN HERIDEEN 3 Morris St., Webster Born 1936 at Webster, Mass. Entered from Bartlett H.S. Major in Elementary Education Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Exec.Comn Education Club 3,4 French Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Exec. .Comm. 2 Recording Sec. Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 STUART MACKENZIE HEYWOOD 187-A South Main St., Cohasset Born 1934 at Concord, Mass. Entered from Mount Herman Major in Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Association 3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Carnival Committee 3 Zoology Club 3,4 Vlce-Pres. PAUL JOSEPH HIBSHER 15 Putnam St., West Newton Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Finance Finance Club 3,4 Univ. .Open House Day Com Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4 Intermurals 1,2,3,4 ANN FRANCES HIGH 59 Berkeley St., Reading, Mass. Born 1935 at Dover, N.H. Entered from Reading H.S. Major in Elementary Education Home Economics Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 ALAN K. HILDICK 9 Jeppson Ave., Worcester, Mass. Born 1935 at Montclair, N.J. Entered from North H .S . Major in Mechanical Engineering Student Christian Association 3,4 Bay State Rifles 1 Am. .Society of Mech. Engineers 2,3,4 JOHN WILLIAM HINKELL 932 South Church St., North Ada Born 1935 at North Adams, Mas: Entered from Drury H.S. Major in Pre-Medical, Zoology Pre-Medical Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 RICHARD DANFORTH HINKLEY 22 Bowker St., Greenfield Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Grinder Wagon 2,3 ■ ' ■ ' «■ can ' - 9 LON DUNCAN HODGE 26 fruit St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mas. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Pre-V eterinary Pre-Medical Club 2,3 Alpha Gamma Rho 2,3,4 Social Chairman 4 Cross Country 1,2 Indoor, Outdoor Track 1,2 Dean ' s List 2,3 Zoology Club 3,4 Pres. .4 Bay State Dairy Classic 3 NANCY ANNE HODGKINS 284 Huron Ave., Cambridge Born 1936 at Somerville, Mass. Entered from Cambridge High, Latin Major in Elementary Education Collegian 1,2 Education Club 3,4 Sguare Dance Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Ass cciation 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 De List 4 all Cc ARTHUR HERBERT HOFFMAN 41 Cutler St., Winthrop Born 1935 at Melrose, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in General Business Manag Business Administration Club 3 Chemical Engineering Club 1,2 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Scribe 3 Chancellor 4 WILLIAM RENFREW HORN ALLAN GILMORE HOPKINSON 31 Douglas St., Rockland 20 Dearborn St., Salem Born 1935 at Chelsea , Mass. BJORN LAURANS HOFGAARD Born 1935 at Salem, Mass. Entered from Rockland H.S. Nordstrandshogda, Oslo, Norway Entered from Salem H.S. Major in Accounting Born at Oslo, Norway Major in History Business Administration Club 3 Entered from Nordstrand Gymnasium Phi Mu Delta 2,3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Transfer from Stockholms Techniska House Mgr., Sgt. at Arms 3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 Institute, Sweden Dean ' s List 1 Cross Country 1,2,3 Mgr. Major in Mechanical Engineering DeMolay 1 Indoor Track 1 ,2,4 Am. Society of Mech .Engineers 3,4 Education Club 3,4 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4 MELVIN HORVITZ 74 Sixteenth St., Fall River Born 1935 in Boston, Mass. Entered from B.M.S. Durjee H.S. Major in Economics Index 3,4 Economics Honor Society 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Historian 2 Corres.Sec.3 Steward 4 President 4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Military Ball Comm. 3,4 Executive Sec. 3,4 MARGERY FISK HUBERT 20 Searle St., Palmer Born 1936 at Palmer, Mass. Entered from Palmer H.S. Major in History Roister Doisters 1,2,3,4 Production Mgr. 2,3 Business Mgr. 4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Judson Fellowship 1,2 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Fraternity Educ. Chmn. 4 Inter-Class Plays 1,3,4 Actress 1 Prod. Mgr. 3 Advisor 4 PETER HUIE 154 Blackmer St., New Bedford Born 1931 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 QTV 1,2,3,4 Sgt. at Arms 2 PHILIP C. lAMPIETRO JR. 49 Vine St., Middleboro Born 1934 at Middleboro, Mass. Entered from Middleboro H.S. Transfer from Boston University Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Military Ball Committee 1 Air Cadet Squadron 1 " m-? ! ANTHONY ROBERT INGEGNERI S Merrill Ave., Belmont Born at Belmont, Mass. Entered from Belmont H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 4 Newman Club 4 JOSEPH DAVID INGRAM 604 Elm St., Fitchburg Born 1935 at Fitchburg, Mass. Entered from Fitchburg H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 2,3,4 Social Chn Varsity M Club 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 House Guar Football 1,2,3,4 Co-Capt. 4 Basketball 1 Swimming 3 ' ' 5 ' - MALCOLM LEWIS JACKSON 8 Spring Lane, Maynard Born 1936 at Concord , Mass. Entered from Classical U.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 3,4 Chess Club 1 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 De 5t 1 ANDREW J. JACQUE 569 So. Pleasant St., Amhe Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Psychology Swimming Team 1 BARRY JANSSON 22 Warreii St., Leominster, Mass. Born 1935 at Worcestor, Mass. Entered from Leominster H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 4 Cross Country 2 Ski Team 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Athletic Chairman 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 ROBERT FRANCIS JEFFERSON 17 Westcott St., Boston Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2 International Relations Club 4 Math Club 3,4 Rod and Gun Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Political Science Club 4 Spring Day Committee 3 WILLIAM NEWTON JENNISON 7 Dorothy Ave., Worcester Born 1933 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from North H.S.. Major in Food Management Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Steward Football 1 La Crosse Club 1,2 Varsity Lacrosse 3,4 Inter-Frat. Bowling 2,3,4 Intramural Football 2,3,4 Intramural Basketball 3,4 HENRY WILLIAM JENSEN Hatchville Rd., Falmouth Born 1935 at Hyannis, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4 4-H C lub 3 Alpha Tau Gamma 1,2,3,4 Librarian 4 Little International Livestock Sho BETTE ANN JOHNSON 49 Dundee Rd., Quincy . Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from North Quincy H. S. Major in Sociology Roister Doisters 3,4 Naiads 2,3,4 Sec.-Treas. 4 Sociology Club 3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3 Pres. 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Poster Chairman Carnival Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON 46 Eames Ave , Amherst B orn 1935 at Amherst, Mass. Entered from Amherst U.S. Major in Elementary Education Roister Doisters 3 Education Club 3,4 Sigma Kappa 3 ,4 Ski Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Commuter ' s Club 1,2,3 EDWARD H.. JOHNSON JR. 25 Mass. Ave., Springfield Born 1935 at Jamaica Plain, Entered from Westwood H.S. Major in History Alpha Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 1,2 Dean ' s List 2,3 Prudential Committee Frat. 2 JAMES JOHN JOHNSON 5 Kingsley Ave., Haydenville Born 1935 at Haydenville, Mass. Entered from Williamsburg H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 JAMES W. JOHNSON 324 Union, Apt. 22, Springfield, Mas Born 1930 at Birmingham, Ala. Transfer from Untv. of Georgia Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 1,2,3 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Vice-President 4 Electrial Engineering Club 1 International Relations Club 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Christmas Planning Comm. 1955 Open House-Business School Vice-chairman 1956 WILLIAM N. JOHNSTONE 19 Beverly Rd., Natick Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Natick H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 4 •SI MARY EVELYN JOLLY 37 Newell Drive, BloomfieU, N.J. Born 1935 at Newark, N.J. Entered from BloomfieU H.S.. Major in Zoology Operetta Guild 4 Campus Varieties 3 Canterbury Club 4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Scrolls 2 NORMAN ROBERT JONES 108 Commonwealth Ave., Spring fie Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral U.S. Major in Industrial Administration Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Ways and Means Comm. 4 PATRICK GERALD JOY 49 S. Prospect St., Amherst Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Amherst H .S . Major in Business Management Business Administration Club 2,3 Marketing Club 3 Varsity M Club 2,3 Theta Chi 3,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Campus Varieties 3 Zoology Club 3,4 Se PAUL WILLIAM JUDSON 36 Harvard St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Classical H S. Major in Finance Finance Club 3,4 Sec.-Treas .3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 ROBERT FRANCIS KAEBLE 29 Jackson Parkway, Holyoke Born 1930 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke Jr. College Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Tau Beta Phi 4 SAMUEL WILLIAM KAPLAN 32 Shawmut St., Springfield Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in English, Journalism Collegian 1,2,3,4 Editorial Ed.. 3 Managing Ed. Quarterly 1,2,3,4 Ed. -in-Chief 3 Prose Ed. 4 W.M.U.A. 4 News Columnist Dean ' s List 2,4 Comm. on the Suspension of the Quarterly 3 Chairman RICHARD ZACHARY KARP II Belcher Ave., Brockton Born 1936 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in Accounting Animal Husbandry Club 2,3 Business Administration Club 3,4 Forestry Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2 Asst.. House Mgr., 3 Warden 4 Pledgemaster 4 Athletic Chmn. 3,4 EVERETT DONALD KARTUN 25 Wales St., Dorchester Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep. Schoo Major in English Quarterly 3,4 Roister Doisters 2,3,4 CAROLYN MAY KASANOF 285 Shirley St., Winthrop Born 1936 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in Home Economics, Dietetics Home Economics Club 2,3,4 Pre-Medical Club 3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3 Vice-Pres..4 Inter-Class Plays EUGENE VICTOR KAY 370 Longwood Ave., Brookline Born 1937 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Food Technology Collegian 1,2 Index 1,2 Chemistry Club 1 Food Technology Club 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Ya-Hoo 3 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Social Chairman 3,4 DAVID B. KEAY 225 Sandwich St., Plymouth Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Plymouth H.JS.. Major in Speech DeMolay Club 1 W.M.U.A. 1,2 Student Christian Assoc .3,4 Swimming 1,2 Intramural Sporfs 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 O.T.V. 2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 3 WILLIAM DAVID KEITH 8 Cross St., Longmeadow Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Mount Hermon School Major in Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 4 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 BARBARA ANN KELLEY 16 Marilyn Rd., Milton Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Milton H .S . Major in English Collegian 3,4 Handbook 3 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 W.M.U.A. Kappa Alpha Thetal 2,3,4 Alumnae Sec..4 RONALD EARL KELLY 30 Marlboro Rd., Waltham Born 1932 at Whitinsville, Mass. Entered from Waltham H.S. Major in Marketing Olericulture Club 2 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. .1,2, 4 Chaplain ' s Council 2 Marketing Club 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3 WILLIAM ARTHUR KEENAN 158 Lebanon Ave., Pittsfield Born 1935 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Qt 4 Newman Club 1,2,3 Dean ' s List 1 Tau Beta Phi 3,4 Engineering Open House Cc PAUL EDWARD KENNEDY 184 Hopkins Place, L ongmeadow Born 1929 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Technica Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 3 Newman Club 3,4 Football , Dorm. 1 Industrial Admin. Club 3,4 President 3,4 Univ. Open House Comm. 4 RICHARD MILTON KENNEDY 30 Lombard Ave., Athol Born 1931 at Athol, Mass. Transfer from Boston University Major in Mathematics Math Club 2,3,4 Program Chairman 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3 Honors Work 4 THOMAS STEPHAN KENNEDY JR. 37 Lamora St., Jamaica Plain Born in 1935 in Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Varsity " M " Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 Hockey 2,3,4 Baseball 2 Carnival Comm. 3 American Accounting Assoc. 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 PETER JOSEPH KENNEY Lonetree Road, Dennisport Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Yarmouth H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Phi Mu Delta, Social Chairman 4 ROBERT EDGAR KEPPER 54 Washington St., Milton Born 1935 at Charlestown, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3 QTV 1,2,3,4 Steward 4 NnCHEL W. A. KILDARE 496 Mass. Ave., Boston, Mas Born 1935 at Tunis, Tunisia French North Africa Transfer from Howard Univ. Major in Zoology Roister Doisters 3,4 Operetta Guild 3 Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Wrestling 3 Manager Dean ' s List 4 FRANCIS ROBERT KILLELEA 18 Central St., Turners Falls Born 1935 at Turners Falls, Mass. Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 1,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,4 ELIZABETH C. KILLMER 47 Thornton St., Springfield Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in History International Relations Club 3,4 MARY JO KILLOY 20 Putnam Ave., Lowell Born 1936 at Lowell, Mass. Entered from Lowell H.S. Major in Education Collegian 3,4 Editorial Ed. 4 Handbook 3,4 Roister Doisters 2,3 Operetta Guild 2,3 Education Club 3,4 Naiads 2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. N.E. Province 2,3 Vice-Ghmn. 4 Inter-Class Plays 2 Campus Chest Committee 2 Carnival Committee 3 Spring Day C mmittee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Who ' s Who in Am.. Colleges and Un FRANCIS RICHARD KING 314 Main St., Easthampton Bom 1935 at Ware, Mass. Entered from David Prouty H.S. Major in Agricultural Economics DeMolay Club 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 Agricultural Economics Club 3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 Agricultural Economics Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Honors Work 4 Dairy Classic Committee 2 JOHN ALBERT KIRBY Pleasant St , Upton Born 1935 at Milford, Mass. Entered from St. Mary ' s H.S. Major in Business Administration Handbook 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Business Administrating Club 2,3 Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4 Maroon Key 2 Basketball 1,2,3 Lacrosse 3 Campus Chest Committee 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 MiUtary Ball Committee 2 Inter-Boll Committee 3 Campus Cleaners 2,3,4 Pres. 4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 3 Pres. of Pledge Class 1 Exec. Con Executive Committee 2,3 RUTH ANN KIRK Box 125 Collinsville Born 1936 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Spanish Club 2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Playday Mgr Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Senate 3,4 Sec. 4 School Activities 4 Revelers 4 Co-Chairman Extra Curricular Comm 3 Sec Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Spring Day Comm. 3 Ya-Hoo 2,3,4 Office Mgr. 2,3,4 Sophomore Banquet 2 Program Chn Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Un Chi Omega 2,3,4 Alumnae Chmn. 4 J AMES THOMAS KIOSSES 127 West St., Gardner Born 1935 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Gardner H.S. Major in Spanish Orthodox Club 1,2,3,4 Chapla President 3 Spanish Club 1,3,4 Vice-Pres Student Christian Assoc. 4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Phi Eta Sigma 2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 CHARLES RAYMOND KITTLE 64 E. Housatonic St., Dalton Born 1934 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Dalton H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 4 Delta Sigma Chi 1,2 PHYLLIS MADELINE KLEIN 184 Canal St., Athol, Mass. Born 1936 at Nashua, N.H. Entered from Athol H.S. Major in Sociology Hiltel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Sociology Club 3,4 Ya-Hoo 2,3,4 Publicity Mgr. 4 Sophomore Banquet 2 Chi Omega 2,3,4 " " WRTJ ' S t ' : r X:r-- JOSEPH MICHAEL KMETZ JR. 13 Monroe St., Northampton, Mas Born 1934 at Philadelphia , P enr. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Government Newman Club 3 Maroon Key 2 Commuter ' s Club 2,3 Intra-Mural Basketball and Softball 2,3,4 S.A.E. 1,2 PAUL REVERE KNIGHT III 33 Real Rd., Waltham Born 1934 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Waltham H.S. Business Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 U. of M. Fire Dept. 3,4 Chief 3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Treas. Vice-Pres. 3 Pres. 4 Inter-Fraternity Council 3,4 ANDREW CHARLES KNOWLES III Box 148 West Holyoke Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineerinq Club 3,4 Varsity M Club 3,4 Newman Club 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Carnival Committee 3 Military Ball Committee 4 Mother ' s Week-End Committee 1 I.R.E. 4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Marshall 3,4 ELIZABETH ANN KNOWLES 49 Brow Ave., Braintree Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Elementary Education Handbook 2 Education Club 3,4 Psychology Club 4 Sociology Club 4 Spanish Club 1,2 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM ROY KNOX 538 North Main St., Randolph, Ma: Born 1934 at Dexter, Maine Entered from Chester H.S. Major in Dairy Technology Dairy Club 1,2,3,4 Corres., Sec. 3 Dairy Judging Team 4 EVAR LUDVIS KNUDTSON Flower Hill Rd., Warwick Born 1935 at Keene, N.H. Entered from Thayer H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 3,4 Pres.. 4 Dorm Counselor 3,4 Society of Am. Foresters 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Alpha Phi Omega 1,2 k CAROL MARIE KONOPKA 132 Vernon St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass Entered from St. Mary ' s H.S. Major in Elementary Educatio Campus Varieties 2,3 Education Club 3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1 Univ. Open House Day C omm Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 2 Dean ' s List 4 Campus Varieties 2,3 Carnival and Spring Day Com Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Senior Banquet Committee 4 Senior Mix Committee 4 NANCY JOAN KONOPKA 284 Main St., Ea sthampton Born 1936 at N orthampton, Mass. Entered from Easthampton H.S. Major in Elementary Education Campus Varieties 4 Newman Club 1,2,3 Senate 3 Mortar Board 4 Sec. 4 House Counselor 3 Class Sec. 2,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Who ' s Who in Am.. Colleges and Un Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Efficiency Chmn. 3 Recording Se RICHARD FRANCIS KONOPKA 132 Vernon St., Worcester Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from St. Mary ' s H.S. Major in Recreational Leadership Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1 in ' s List 4 rreation Club 3,4 nbda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 DAVID VICTOR KOSKI 4 Highland Court, Fitchburg Born 1935 at Fitchburg, Mass. Entered from Fitchburg H.S. Major in Food Technology Dance Band 1 Food Technology Club 4 Vice-Pres. 4 Student Christian Assoc. .4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Alumni Sec. 3 Social Cha ANTHONY JOSEPH KOZAK 45 Ellerton St., Chicopee Falls Born 1933 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 1,2,3 Newman Club 2,3,4 Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Ma ec. 3,4 Steward 4 shall 2 SIDNEY BURTON KRASNOO 1292 Commonwealth Ave., Allston Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 4 Hillel Foundation 1,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Pledgemaster 3 fV; ! uj KAROLYN ANN KUSHNER 7 Susquehanna Ave., Great Neck, N .Y . Born 1935 at Brooklyn, N .Y . Entered from Great Neck H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture Club Secretary 4 JOAN ANNE LACHANCE 325 Columbia St., Fall River Born 1935 at Fall River Entered from Dominican Academy Major in English Collegian 1,2 Editorial Asst. 2 Quarterly 1,2,3 International Club 2 International Relations Club 4 Sec. 4 Newman Club 1 Social Activities Comm. Univ. Comm. on Social Activities 2,3,4 Dorm Social Chairman 2 Campus Rumpus 2 Chmn. 2 Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Campus Chest Committee 2 International Week-End Comm. 2,3,4 Sec. 3 Chairman 4 Literary Society 3,4 Pres. 4 PHILIP JOSEPH KUZMESKI 5 Walnut St., Northampton Born 1934 at Northampton, Mas. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in S ociology Sociology Club 4 Newman Club 4 Senate 3,4 Chmn. of Curriculum Military Ball Comm. 1,2,3,4 Air Force DriU Team 1,2,3 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Sec . 2 Intra-Mural Sports 1,2,3,4 Commuter ' s Club 1,2,3 Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4 Sec. 4 BEVERLY LOIS LACHAPELLE 374 Main St., Lewiston, Maine Born 1936 at Webster, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. M-ajor in English Operetta Guild 3,4 International Relations Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Drill Team 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 SHIRLEY ANN KWASNICKE 56 Melrose St., Adams Born 1935 at Adams, Mass. Entered from Adams H.S. Major in French Band 1 French Club 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 4 W.M.U.A. 1 La Maison Francaise 2,3 President 2,3 RONALD OLIVER LACROIX 333 College St., Fairview Born 1935 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Wrestling 1,2 Ski Club 4 Pistol Team 2,3,4 Cb-Capt. 4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 ALBERT R.LAFRANCE Loudville Rd., R.F.D. 1, Easthampton Born 1936 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering NANCY CLAIRE LALIKOS 36 Tracey St., Peabody Born 1935 at Peabody, Mass. Entered from Peabody H.S. Major in Bacteriology Roister Doisters 3,4 Operetta Guild 4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Bacteriology Club 4 Women ' s A. A. 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,4 Hellenic Club 1,2,3,4 Inter-Class Plays ' 3,4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Senior Banquet Phi Delta Nu 3,4 CAROL ANN LALLY 72 ' 2 High St., Milford Born 1935 at Milford, Mass. Entered from Milford H.S. Major in Government Handbook 3,4 Roister Doisters 1,2,3 Operetta Guild 3,4 Campus Varieties 2 Education Club 3,4 International Relations Club 1,2,3,4 Treas. 3 Pres. 4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 1 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Historian DEAN A. LANE 6 Irving Place, Utica, N.Y. Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Utica Free Academy Major in Finance Business Administration Club 1,2 Edw ards Felloviiship 1 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3 Finance Club 3,4 Pres. 4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 LEIGHTON ERNEST LANE Winchester Rd., East Northfield Born 1929 at Brattleboro, Vermont Transfer from Stockbridge S. of A gr Major in Forestry Forestry Club 1,2,4 VERA JEAN LANG 154-54 12 Rd., Whitestone, N.Y. Born 1936 at New York, N.Y. Entered from Bayside. H.S. Major in Foods and Nutrition Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,4 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Marshall 4 DEANE ROGER LANPHEAR 58 Lyman Rd., Northampton Born 1935 at East Northfield, Mass. Entered from Mt. Hermon School Major in Sociology Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Hockey 2,4 Golf 2 Lacrosse 4 VIVIAN JANET LAPIDES 587 Worthington St., Springfield Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Bacteriology Index 3,4 Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 HlUel Foundation 1,2,3, " Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 Stewardess 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 NORMAN ADRIAN LARIVIERE 101 West St., Chicopee Born 1935 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Sociology Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3 Sociology Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,4 QTV 1,2,3,4 Housing Chmn. 3 He Manager 4 shman Directory 2 ROBERT ARTHUR LARIVIERE 105 Cross St., Southhridge Born 1935 at Southhridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells H.S. Major in Government Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 3 QTV 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chmn. 3 Dean ' s List 3 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Intra-Mural Sports 1,2,3,4 CHARLES MARTIN LARSEN 33 Broad St., North Attleboro Born 1930 at Norfolk, Mass. Transfer from New York Univ. Major in Wildlife Management Forestry Club 2,3 Rod and Gun Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Kappa Sigma 3,4 ARTHUR MAVVEL LASSECK JR. 30 Hilltop Ave., Lexington Born 1935 at Dayton, Washington Entered from Lexington H.S. Major in Chemistry Concert Band 2,3,4 Chemistry Club 4 De List 1 Intra-Mural Sports 1,2,3,4 ARTHUR J. LATHAM 81 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield Born 1930 at Pittsfield, Mas Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Geology Band 1,2,3,4 Geology Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 2,3,4 Pres. 2 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3,4 Corres. Sec. GRANT WORDSWORTH LAW 67 Robbins St., Milton Born 1930 at H olyoke, Mass. Entered from Mt. H ermon S. for Boys Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Kappa Sigma 2,3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 ALICE ELEANOR LEAVITT 66 Vernon St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Commerce H.S. Major in Elementary Education Collegian 2 Carnival 3 Handbook 3 Index 2,3,4 Education Club 3,4 German Club 1 Sociology Club 2,3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sigma Dalta Tau 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 Corres. Sec. 4 DONALD E. LECLAIR 90 Beaudry Ave., Fairview Born 1936 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chmn. 4 Wrestling 1,2 LaCrosse 1,2,3,4 Pistol Team 2,3,4 Co-Capt. 4 Ski Club 4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,2,4 EDWARD MATTHEW LEE JR. 270 Gillette Ave., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Classical High Major in Business Management Operetta Guild 3,4 Varsity M Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 4 Chaplain 4 Revelers 3,4 Co-Chmn. 4 Maroon Key 2 Freshman Soccer 1 Varsity Soccer 2,3,4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3 Winter Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Univ . 4 Univ. Comm. on Student Social Activities JEROME LESTER LEFKOWITZ 691 Weetamoe St., Fall River Born 1935 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Durfee H.S. Major in Accounting Collegian 1,2,3,4 Business Mgr. 3,4 Accounting Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Ya-Hoo 3,4 Business Mgr. 3 Senate 4 Treas. 4 R.S.O. Awards Comm. 3 Senate Finance Comm. 4 Chmn. 4 Comm. on R.S.O. 4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Social Chairman 3 Senate Finance Comm. 4 Chmn. 4 Committee on R.S.O. 4 Alpha Epslbn Pi 1,2,3,4 Social Chairman 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Chmn. of Advertising Comm. ALFRED JOHN LEGERE 111 Butler St., Lawrence Born 1929 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineerin Univ. Open House Day Comm. ; Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Intramural Athletics 1,2,3 House Counselor 2 Am. Society of Mech. Engineer: Society of Automotive Engineei 44 Club 4 WILLIAM PAUL LEVINS 20 Josephine St., Dorchester Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 3,4 Rod and Gun Club 1,2 Nev man Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Spring Day Committee 3 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 JORDAN S. LEVY 462 Boylston St., Brookline Born 1935 at Everett, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Economics Collegian 3 Index 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Treas. 3,4 Interfraternity Council 2,3,4 Pres. 4 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3 Economics Club 2 Ya-Hoo 4 Senior Class Gift Committee 4 Delegate National Interfraternity Conference 4 RICHARD HARRIS LIEBMAN 30 Gorman Lane, Springfield, Mass. Born 1935 at New York, N.Y. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Economics BEVERLY LEWIS Varsity M Club 2,3,4 29 Leonard Ave., Haverhill Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. MARIO ARTILIO LIBARDONI Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Entered from Haverhill H.S. 10 Granite St., Somerville Social Chairman 4 Major in Elementary Education Born 1929 at Somerville, Mass. Soccer 1,2,3 Education Club 3,4 Entered from Somerville H.S. Dean ' s List 2 Edwards 1 Major in Mechanical Engineering Military Ball Committee 1,2,3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers Economics Club 2,3 DAVID SAMUEL LIEDERMAN 387 No. Pleasant St., Amherst Born 1935 at Maiden, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep. School Major in Sociology Collegian 2 Sociology Club 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Alpha Epsllon Pi 1,2,3,4 Sec. .3 Alumni Sec. 2 Athletic Dir.. 3 Track 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 BRUCE O. LINDBOM Hampshire House, Amherst Born 1928 at Hyannis, Mass. Entered from North Quincy H.S. Major in General Business Operetta Guild 2,3 Chorale 2,3 FRANCIS ROBERT LINEHAN 70 Stearns Terrace , C hicopee Born 1936 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in E con omics Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Sec. Carnival Committee 3 Military Ball Committee 2 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3,4 JANICE MARY LITTLEFIELD 5 Sunset R cad, Gardner Born 1935 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Gardner H.S. Major in Mathematics Dc Math Club 2,3,4 Tr Women ' s Athletic EDGAR JAMES LIVINSTON JR. Main St., Northfield Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Mt. Herman Major in Marketing LEONARD LIZAK 116 Adamstak Ave., So. Attlebor o, Mass. Born 1933 at Pawtucket, Rhode Island Entered from Pawtucket East High Major in Philosophy Univ. Concert Assoc. 3,4 Pre-Medical Club 1 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 Wrestling 2 Philosophy Club 4 ROBERT ALAN LOCKE Pine St., Stockbridge Born 1935 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Williams H.S. Major in Political Science International Relations Club 3,4 Phi-Ed Club 1,2 Poultry Science Club 3,4 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3,4 C TSITHIA FRANCES LONSTEIN 35 Tirrell St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from South H.S. Major in English Literature Collegian 1,2,3 Editorial Asst. 3 Index 2,3,4 Operetta Guild 3,4 Co-Chmn. of Publicity 3 Education Club 2 International Club 2 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tou 1,2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 3 Sgt. at Arms 4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Carnival Committee 3 JOHN THOMAS L OPTUS 275 Park St., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 1,2 Accounting Club 3,4 Nev man Club 1,2,3,4 QTV 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Intramural Sof tball 1,2,3,4 Intramural Bowling 4 Rifle Team 4 Pistol Team 4 AFRCTC Rifle Team 3,4 Capt. 3, ' Granville Air Society 3,4 Information Services Officer 3 Air Cadet Sguadron 1,2 ROBERT W. LOVE R.F.D. 3 Box 127, Amherst Born 1929 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Auburn H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 1,2,3,4 President 3 Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4 Dean ' s List Upsilon Mu Upsilon 3 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Cataloger 3 RAYMOND LONGHI 75 Oak St., Plymouth Born 1935 at Plymouth, Mass. Entered from Plymouth H.S. Major in Chemistry Band 1,2,3,4 Dance Band 1,2,3,4 Operetta Guild 1,2 Chemistry Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Pre-Medicai Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3 Am. Chemical Society Revelers 3,4 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Campus Varieties 1,2 Open House Committee 3 ROLAND CHESTER LOWE 29 Spofford Ave., Lakewood R.I. Born 1931 at Providence, RJ. Entered from Aldrich H.S. Major in Psychology Collegian 2 Psychology Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2 News Editor 2 Alpha Sigma Phi 3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 RONALD ALBERT LUCAS 148 Pakachoag St., Auburn Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Auburn H.S. Major in Business Management Business Administration Club 1,2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 RONALD B. LUNDGREN 140 Newman Ave., Seekonk Born 1934 at Attleboro Entered from East Providenc Major in Geology Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 H o:key 2,3,4 Capt. 4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 WILLARD WAYNE MACDONALD 93 Prospect St., Cambridge Born 1935 at B oston, Mass. Entered from Cambridge High and Latin School Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1 Alpha Gamma Rh o 2,3,4 International Livestock Show 2,3,4 Bay State Dairy Classic 2,4 Livestock Judging Team 4 DAVID W. MACKAY 26 Highland St., Gl oucester Born 1931 at Gloucester, Mass. Entered fr an Gloucester H.S. Major in Government Collegian 2 International Relations Club 3,4 Newman Club i,2 Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 House Counselor 1,2 Young Democrats Club 4 FRANCIS J. MACKAY 61 Main St. ,Florence, BRUCE DONALDSON MACLEAN 21 Prospect St., South Dartmouth Born 1935 at Pawtucket, R.I. Entered from Dartmouth H.S. Major in General Business Industrial Administration Club 4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 House Manager 3,4 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4 " v RODERICK AUGUS MACLEOD JR. 104 Pine St., Florence Born 1927 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Mathematics Marching Band 1 Concert Band 1 Math Club 3,4 Military Ball Committee 1 KENNETH DAVID MACRAE 23 Harlow Ave., Northampton, Ma Born 1934 at Providence, R.I. Entered from Hebron Academy Major in Government Varsity M Club 3,4 Judson Fellowship 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Intramural Athletics Board 3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Carnival Committee 3,4 Spring Day Committee 3 JOHN CLARKE MAGOON 124 Newton St., Lawrence Born 1935 at Lawrence Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 International Relations Club 4 Psychology Club 2 Rod and Gun Club 1 Channing Club 3,4 Publicity Dir.4 Alpha Sigma P hi 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3,4 NANCY MAHONEY 21 Pierce Court, N. Weymouth Born 1936 at Weymouth, Mass. Entered from Weymouth H.S. Major in Government Handbook 3 Index 3,4 Roister Dolsters 2,3,4 International Relations Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 Inter-Class Plays 3 Carnival Committee 3 PHILIP JOSEPH MAHONEY 34 Goodrich St., Fitchburg Born 1929 at Fitchburg, Mass. Entered from St. Bernards H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Committee : Newman Club 1,2 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 WILLIAM LEO MAHONEY 142 Warren Ave., Milton Born 1935 at Milton, Mass.. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Government International Relations Club 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Exec. Council 3,4 Senate 1 Adelphia 4 Social Activities Committee 4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3,4 Interfraternity Co uncil 3,4 Maroon Key 2 Football 1,2,3 Class Treas. 2 President 4 Campus Varieties 4 Carnival Comm. 3 General Chmn. Inter-Greek Ball Comm. Chmn. Spring Day Committee 3 Who ' s Who in Am . Colleges 4 ANN WISHART MAITLAND 39 Ross Road, Swampscott Born 1926 at Swampscott, Mass Entered from Swampscott H.S. Major in English Roister Doisters 3,4 Corres. Se Symphony Singers 2 Operetta Guild 2 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 1 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3 Chaplain ' s Council 1 Inter-Class Plays 3 Dean ' s List 1,3 RICHARD DONALD MAKELA 68 Windsor St., Worcester Born 1935 at Quincy , Mass. Entered from North H S. Major in General Business Manage Business Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Association 4 Theta Chi 2,3,4 Basketball 1 Golf 1 Military Ball Committee 3,4 Finance Chairman 4 Granville Air Society 3,4 BARBARA ANNE MALIONE 1 Newark St., Adams Born 1935 at North Adams, M Entered from Adams H.S. Major in Z oology Roister Doisters 1,2,3,4 Operetta Guild 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 WINFRED F. MALONE 69 Lynnway, Revere Born 1935 at Revere, Mas Entered from Revere H.S. Major in Pre-Dental Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 House Counselor 4 Military Ball Committee 2 Zoology Club 4 NANCY ANNE MALONI 34 Oak St., New Bedford Born 1935 at Fairhaven, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Elementary Education Roister Doisters 3 Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Chmn.. of Properties 3,4 Education Club 3,4 Spanish Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 RICHARD E. MANELIS 554 Bockdale Ave., New Bedford Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Joint Engineering Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Menas Sports 2 Lacrosse 2 Flying Redman 1,2,3,4 Institute of Radio Enc 3,4 D€ an ' s List I : Cadet Sq uadron 1,2 Jnville Air Society 3,4 PATRICIA MARY MANNIS 134 Chopin St., Southbridge Born 1934 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells H .S . Major in History Index 3 Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 Re PAUL GERALD MARKS 38 Wales St., Dorchester Born 1929 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Jamaica Plain H.S. Major in Government Handbook 2 Business Mgr. 2 Campus Varieties 4 International Relations Club 4 Univ. Open House Day Coram. 4 Senate 1,3,4 Finance Comm. 3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2 Interfraternity Council 3 General Chmn. Communal Buying Isogon 4 President House Counselor 2,3,4 Faculty Res. 4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Stud. Union Comm. 2 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Winter Gen..Chmi Carnival, Spring Day Comms. 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Univ .4 International Weekend Committee 4 Comm. on Recognized Stud. Organizatioi JEANNETTE SYLVIA MARCHANT 450 Washington St., Gloucester Born 1935 at Gloucester, Mass. Entered from Gloucester H.S. Major in Spanish Education Club 4 French Club 4 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3,4 Women ' s A. A. 3,4 Softball Mgr. Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 SHERNiAN JAY MARKS 80 Pinehurst Rd., Holyoke Born 1935 at Boston, Mass Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Accounting Index 2 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Eps ilon Pi 2,3,4 Tn Wrestling Team 1,2 Dean ' s List 3,4 MARIE ANNETTE MARCUCCI 17 Sixth Ave., Quincy Born 1936 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in English, Journalism Collegian 1,2,3,4 News Ed. 2 Managing Ed. 3 Editorial Ed. 4 Quarterly 3 Symphony Singers 2 Campus Varieties 2,3 Women ' s A. International Relations Club 3 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc, 2, 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 Senate 3 Public Relations Comm. Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Political Union 4 Chaplain ' s Coui Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Carnival Ball, Spring Day Comms. Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Who ' s Who in Am.. Colleges and Un MARTHA ANN MARTIN 49 Fearing St., Amherst Born at Beverly, Mass.. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Sociology International Club 1,2 Sec .1,2 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3 Panhellenic Council 4 Mortar Board 4 Treas. 4 Scrolls 2 Pres. 4 Drill Team 3,4 Sguad Leader 4 Ski Club 2,3,4 Treas .2,3,4 House Counselor 3 Campus Chest Comm. 2,3 C Chn MAURICE O. MARTIN Craig St., Rochdale Born 1935 at Franklin, N.H. Entered from Leicester U.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4 SALLY MAE MATHER 272 North Elm St , West Bridge Born 1936 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from West Bridgewater Major in Home Economics Roister Doisters 1,2,3,4 Symphony Singers 2 Campus Varieties 3,4 Home Economics Club 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Coram. Student Christian Assoc. 1,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 2,3,4 Social Chm Inter-Class Plays 3,4 Carnival Coram. 3 Senior Banc WILLIAM JOHNSON MATHIESON 113 Lombard St., Fairview Born 1935 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee U.S. Major in History International Relations Club 4 Phi Mu Delta 2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Baseball 1,4 Granville Air Society 3,4 ELAINE MARILYN MATTSON 18 Guild St., Quincy Born 1936 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in History Handbook 3 Education Club 3 International Relations Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 WARD J. MAY 51 Spadina Parkway, Pittsfield Born 1929 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. General , Ent, Maj _ _ _ Spanish Club 1 Int 1 Football 4 CLIFFORD CHARLES MAYHEW JR. 27 Lumae St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Technical H.S. Major in General Business Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 I DONALD RALPH MAYO 166 Ararat St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from North H.S. Major in History Education Club 4 International Relations Club 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon Activities C Chaplain ' s Council 1 Carnival Committee 3,4 Granville Air Society 3,4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 ELAINE LAUREL MAZIARZ 456 Front St., Chicopee Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Pre-Medical, Zoology Symphony Singers 2 Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3 Newman Club 1,3 Harmonaires 1 WILLIAM HENRY McCARRY JR. 102 College St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Soccer 1,2,3,4 Hockey 2,3,4 Winter Track 1 DONALD GROVES McCASKIE 144 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bedford Born 1934 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Forestry ROTC Drill Team 1,2 Ri fle Team 1,2 ALFRED JOHN McCARTHY 24 Dresden St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H. S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 3,4 Football 1 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Honors Work 4 WILLIAM FRANCIS McCARTHY 14 Brighton St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Nev man Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Steward 4 Hockey 2,3,4 Soccer 3,4 I X DONALD McCORMICK 14 Avenue A, Turners Falls Born 1929 at Turners Falls, Mas: Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in General Business Baseball 1 Spring Track 1 Winter Track 1 PAUL THOMAS McEACHERN 150 Tremont St., South Braintree Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston College H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chn Maroon Key 2 Varsity Track 2 Cross Country 1 Military Ball Comm. 3,4 Chmn. 4 Inst, of Radio Engineers 4 Air Force Drill Team 1,2,3 Air Cadet Sguadron 1,2 MYRNA MARY McGAHAN 96 Montague City Rd., Greenfield Born 1936 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in English Spanish Club 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 JOHN JOSEPH McGINTY 24 Claremont Ave., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Vice-Pres. 3,4 Business Administration Club 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Steward 2,3 Treas. 3,4 Soccer 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 JOAN V. McGRATH 807 High St., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mas: Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Food Technology Operetta Guild 4 Food Technology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 PAUL HEPBURN MCGUINNESS 353 Main St., Amherst Born 1931 at Somerville, Mass. Entered from Waltham Senior H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Roister Doisters 1 Canterbury Club 1,2 af JUDITH ANN MACKENZIE 7 Vernon St., Braintree Highlands Born 1936 at Weymouth, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Education Collegian 4 Editorial Asst. Roister Doisters 2 Costuming Com Chorale 3 Operetta Guild 4 Education Club 4 Naiads 2,3,4 Natatography and Music Chmn. 2,3 Publicity Chmn. 3 Pres. 4 Women ' s A. A 3,4 Publicity Mgr. 4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Open House Week-end 1,2,3,4 Caps and Gowns Comm. 4 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 EDWARD JAMES McMAHON 159 Crescent St., Northampton Born 1932 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Monson Academy Major in E conomics Economics Club 4 Commuters Club 2,3,4 ROBERT HAHN McLANE 5 Hamlin Ave., Falmouth Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Rod and Gun Club 1,2 Alpha Gamma Rho 2,3,4 Reporter 4 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Horticulture Show 1,2,3,4 FRANCIS JOHN McNAMARA JR. 74 Stratford Ave., Pittsfield Born 1934 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Physics Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 4 Track 2 Dean ' s List 1,2,4 Math Open House 3 GERALD DAVID MCLELLAN Smith ' s Ferry, Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Economics Quarterly 4 Campus Varieties Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Senate 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Herald 2 Corres. Sec. 3 Lacrosse 2,3,4 Capt. 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Military Ball Committee 2,3 Economics Club 2,3,4 JOSEPH PATRICK McPARLAND 397 Beale St., Wollaston Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston College H.S. Major in Agricultural Economics Operetta Guild l,2-,3,4 Campus Variet Univ. Open House Day Comm. 3 Homecoming Weekend Comm. 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Exec. Comm. 1 Pres. 2 National Comm. Chmn. 3 National Treasurer 4 Senate 3 Comm. Chmn. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Chaplair Social Chairman 4 Football 2 Chaplain ' s Council 2,4 Agri. Economics Club 3,4 Sec. -Trees. Carnival Comm. 3 Comm. Chmn. 3 Soph-Senior Hop Comm. 2 Inter-Greek Ball, Spring Day Comms. Bay State Dairy Class 3 CHARLES RICHARD MELLEN 75 Westchester St., Lowell Born 1934 at Lowell, Mass. Entered from Keith Academy Major in Physical Education Phi-Ed Club 2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Pres Interfraternity Council 3,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Capt. 4 Football 3,4 DAVID LOUIS MELTZER 9 Dellwood Rd., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Zoology Pre-Medical Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Chaplai Tennis 1,2,3,4 Zoology Club 3,4 MARIE TERESA MENARD 70 Newhall St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Ma: Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Elementary Educatii Education Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dorm C Drill Team 2,3 Va Carnival Ball Commit Mother ' s Week-end Cc JAMES PHILIP MENDREK 16 Cornell St., South Hadley Falls Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from South Hadley H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 2 Newman Club 3 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Asst. Treas. 2 Tr Dean ' s List 1,3 Carnival Comm. 3 Chmn. Jazz Conct Spring Day Comm. 3 Accounting Association 3,4 JOYCE MERRIAM 56 Havelock Road, Worcester Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Worcester Classical H.S. Major in History Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Channing Club 1,2 JOAN MESSIG 9 Lorraine St., Glen Ridge, N.J. Born 1935 at Newark, N.J. Entered from Glen Ridge H.S. Major in Business Administration Finance Campus Varieties 2 Finance Club 4 Canterbury Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1.2.3.4 RICHARD LEWIS MILLER 130 Washington Rd., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Zoology Delta Sigma Chi 1,2,3 Collegian 3,4,5 Deart ' s List 1,2,5 GEORGE EDWIN MESSINGER JR. 74 Summer St., Everett Born 1930 at Plymouth N.H. Entered from Everett H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Industrial Administration Club 3,4 THADDEUS FRANCIS MIDURA 78 Bonneville Ave., Chicopee Born 1931 at Chicopee, Mass. Transfer from Mass. College of Pha cy ,r in Public Health, Bacteriology teriology Club 3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 -Medical Club 3 ■man Club 2,3,4 n ' s List 2,3 ROGER JOSEPH MIGLIORINI 30 Torrey Road, S. Braintree Born 1933 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Floriculture Floriculture Club 1,2,3,4 Future Farmers of America 3,4 Olericulture Club 2,3 Rod and Gun Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 2,3,4 Horticulture Show 1,2,3,4 ARTHUR THOMAS MILLER 7 Homestead St., Lexington Born 1930 at Peabody, Mass. Transfer from Univ. of Miami, F la. Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 1,2,3 Varsity M Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2,3 Football 1,2,3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 Treasurer JUDITH ELLEN MILLER 169 Beech Ave., Melrose Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Entered from Melrose H.A. Major in Medical Technology Index 4 Scrolls 2 Women ' s Judiciary 4 Sec. 4 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 House Counselor 3 Campus Varieties 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 LILLIAN R. MILLER 201 Valentine St., West Newt Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in History Index 2,3 Club Editor 2,3 Roister Doisters 1 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,3 Sigma Delta Tau 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 3 First Vice-I Inter-Class Plays 1 il Coram. 3 Co-Chmn. rulpture Committee MARC EDWARD MILLER 116 Pleasant St., Brookline Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Marketing Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 3,4 Baseball 1 Manager 2,3 Marketing Club 3,4 Pres. of Greenough 3 FRANK P. MINUTILLO JR. 60 Bridge St., Salem Born 1935 at Beverly, Mass. Entered from Salem H.S. Major in Geology Geology Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4 ROBERT RICHARD MISHOL 10 B rimfield St. , Lu dloui Born 1935 at Ll tdloi V, Mass. Ente red from U idloi u H.S. Majo r in Financ e Busi: ness Admir iistr( 3tion Clul Fina: nee Club 3, ,4 V: ice-Pres. Sprin g Day Com mitti se 3 Corn ival Ball C omm ittee 3 Newi nan Club 2, ,3,4 Theti a Chi 2,3,4 Corres. Sec. ARTHUR F. MITCHELL 16 Court End Ave., Middleboro Born 1927 at Middleboro, Mass. Transfer from Boston University Major in Physical Education LOUI S ALBERT MITTA 15 Stearns Court, N or thampton Born 1929 at Roxbury, Mass. Entered from West Springfield H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Secretary 4 Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineers 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 JOSEPH WILLIAM MIZULA 757 Florence Rd., Northampton Born 1927 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Geology Geology Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3,4 Treas 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 ALBERT MOHRING MOMENTHY 370 Park St., West Roxbury Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Roslindale H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Operetta Guild 1 Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Vlce-Chmn. 3 Treas. 4 Electrical Engineering Club 4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3 Engineering Council 2,3,4 Sec. 4 Chaplain ' s Council 1 Am. Inst, of Chemical Engineering 3,4 Open House Committee 2,3,4 Chmn. Chemical Engineering 2,3 ELAINE MONROE 38 Bowen St., West Boylston Born 1935 at North Attleboro Entered from Major Victor E. Edwards H.S. Major in Retail Merchandising Roister Doisters 1,2 Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Marketing Club 4 Student Christian Assoc.- 4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Social Chairman 4 Dean ' s List 3 Recreation Club 2 Hunt Club 4 LOUIS J. MONTESI 1 Rhubena St., Framingham Born 1935 at Framingham, Mass. Entered from Framingham H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 A.F.R.O.T.C. 1,2 Treas. of Greenough Dormitory 4 ANN MARIE RITA MORESCHI 338 Plantation St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from North H.S. Major in English Roister Doisters 1 Home Economics Club 2,3 International Relations Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Mother ' s Weekend Committee 1 MARILYN PATRICIA MORSE 72 Pleasant St., East Walpole Born 19 35 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Walpole H.S. Major in Bacteriology Medical Technology Operetta Guild 4 Bacteriology Club 3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1 Rifle Team 2 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Parent ' s Weekend-Reg. Comm. Chairman 1 Judson Fellowship 1,2,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Freshman Interdormitory Council 1 Secretary 1 Phi Delta Nu 3,4 -«l8iS JOHN WALTER MORT 40 Mill St., New Bedford Born 1929 at New Bedford, Mas: Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in History QTV 1,2,3,4 NEIL MOSMAN 4 Genoa St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. Colle Major in English Chess Club 1 German Club 1 Student Christian Assoc. 4 WESLEY IRVING MOWRY 78 Lyman Road, Northampton Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 AFROTC Drill Team 1,2,3,4 Capt. 3 Alpha Phi Omega 1,2 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,2,3,4 Campus Chest Committee 2 Military Ball Committee 2,3,4 WILLIAM STEPHEN MUELLER 128 East Pleasant St., Amherst Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 2,3,4 Historian 4 Olericulture Club 4 Stud. Christian Assoc. 4 Dorm Ri Gymnastics 4 Horticulture Show 2,3,4 Commuters Club 1,2,3 DAVID JAMES MURPHY JR. 56 Commercial St., Provincetow Born 1936 at Worcester Entered from Provincetown H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Air Force 1,2,3,4 Engineering Open House 3,4 EVELYN JEWELL MURPHY 21 Kingman St., Brockton Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in German Collegian 1,2,3 Index 2 Roister Doisters 2 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,4 Education Club 4 House Counselor 3 German Club 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3 Pres. 4 International Club 3 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 1 Senate 3 Executive Committee Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Pcnhellenic Delegate 3,4 President 4 Panhellenic Council 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 International Week-end Comm. 3,4 J GERALD WILLIAM MURPHY 123 Westmoreland Ave., Longmeadou Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Business Management Index 4 Business Administration Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 JOSEPH EDWARD MURPHY JR. 44 Briggs St., Easthampton Born 1929 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Easthampton H.S. Major in Physics MICHAEL JOHN MURPHY 20 Murray Hill Ave., Springfield Born 1935 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 RICHARD ALLEN MURPHY Apt. D2 Suffolk House, U. of M. Born 1931 at Watertown, Mass. Transfer from Fitchburg State Teachers College Major in Electrical Engineering Dean ' s List 1 Inst, of Radio Engineers 4 Am. Inst .of Electrical Engineer: JOHN EDWARD MURTAGH 49 Morse Rd., Framingham Born 1936 at Framingham, Mass. Entered from Framingham H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Lutheran Club 1,2 Alpha Sigma Phi 2,3,4 DONALD PETER MYKYTIUK 24 Berwyn St., South Hadley Falls Born 1936 at South Hadley Falls, Mass. Entered from South Hadley H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Band 2 Dance Band 1,2 Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Am. Inst, of Chemical Engineers 3,4 Campus Varieties 2,3 LESLIE EARLE NEGUS 75 East Bacon St., Plainville Born 1935 at Attleboro Entered from Plainville H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering DeMolay Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Phi Omega 1,2,3 Am. Inst. o£ Elec. Engineers 4 Inst, of Radio Engineers 4 De List 1 WALTER EDWARD NELSON 33 Nelson St., Braintree Born 1935 at Braintree, Mass. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in Psychology Index 3 Chemistry Club 1,2,3 Psychology Club 3,4 Spanish Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Interfraternity Judiciary Judge 4 Alpha Sigma Phi 2,3,4 Pres. 4 EDWARD JOSEPH NICHOLS 2772 Main St., Springfield Born 1929 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Springfield Technical H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Finance Comm. Chmn. Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2,3,4 JANET PATRICIA NICHOLS 119 West St., Southbridge Born 1935 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells H.S. Major in Business Admin., Merchandi Operetta Guild 1,2,4 Naiads 2,4 Marketing Club 3,4 Sec. 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc 1,2,3,4 Business Mgr. 3 Station Mgr. 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Newman Club 1,3,4 Political Union 4 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges and Univ. Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 SIDNEY ALFRED NICHOLS Clary Road, Williamsburg Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Williamsburg H.S. Major in Accounting Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Phi Eta Sigma 2,3,4 PEGGY NICHOLSON West Mountain Rd., Bernardston Born 1935 at Whitefield, N.H. Entered from Powers Institute Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Sec. 4 Women ' s A. A 1,2,3,4 Tau Beta Pi Women ' s Badge 3,4 Inst, of Radio Engineers 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 SHIRLEY H. NIEDBALA 103 Russell St., Hadley Born 1935 at Hadley, Mass. Entered from Hopkins Academy Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 CHARLES B. NIEDZWIECKI 20 Underwood Ave., Mt. Tom Born 19 33 at Holyohe, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Industrial Administration Collegian 3,4 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Soccer 1,2,3,4 Copt. 1 Soccer Official 2,3,4 Basketball Official 3,4 Driving Instructor 4 Advertising Mgr. 4 Football Prograi Q.T.V. 2,3,4 JOHN WILLIAM NOBLE 1 Sparks St. , Cambridge Born 1935 at Cambridge, Entered from Cambridge and Latin School Major in Physical Educa Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Lacrosse 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 JR. JAMES JOSEPH NOLAN 172 North King St., Northampton Born 1934 at Northampton, Mass. Transfer from Holyoke Jr. College Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 §s f? BEATRICE A. NOYES 21 Lantern Lane, Weymouth Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. BRUCE LAWRENCE O ' BRIEN Entered from Weymouth H.S. 336 Essex St., Salem Major in Elementary Education Born 1935 at Salem, Mass. Collegian 2 Entered from Salem Classical H.S. Education Club 3,4 Geology Club 2,3 Naiads 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Psychology Club 4 Men ' s Sports 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Swimming Team 1 Dean ' s List 3 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 .( zv ' A:.%mf :-iif. CHRISTINE MARGARET O ' CONNELL 76 Veazie St., North Adams Born 1936 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from Drury H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc .. 1 ,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 DANIEL JEROME O ' CONNELL JR. U Pynchon Rd., Holyoke Born 1930 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Geology Civil Engineering Club 1,2 Treas. 2 Geology Club 3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 3 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 JOHN JOSEPH O ' CONNELL JR. ; Washington St., Milton Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 1,2 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Inst, of Radio Engineers 3,4 Mills Social Chairman 4 SHAUN VINCENT O ' CONNELL 50 Williams St., Marlboro Born 1934 at Natick, Mass. Entered from Marlboro H.S. and Monson Academy Major in English Collegian 1,2,3 Quarterly 3 Campus Varieties 4 Director 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,; Inter-Class Plays 3,4 Director 4 Deo Hon List 1 Work 4 ALICE L. O ' CONNOR 18 Whittemore Rd., Framingh Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brighton H.S. Major in English Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 Inter-Greek Ball Comm. 2 Literary Society 3,4 Philosophy Club 4 Hunt Club 4 Social Chmn. Kappa Kappa Gamma 2,3,4 GERTRUDE CATHERINE O ' CONNOR 99 Woodbridge St., South Hadley Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from South Hadley H.S. Major in Mathematics Roister Doisters ,4 Education Club 4 Math Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Inter-Class Plays 3,4 ROBERT O ' DONNELL 85 Pomeroy Terrace, N orthampton Born 1931 at Northampton, Mass. Transfer from Armstrong College Major in Government Newman Club 3,4 Wesley Foundation 4 Political Union 3,4 Young Democrats Club 4 HELEN LOUISE O ' LEARY 38 Northumberland Rd.., Pittsfield Born 1935 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from St. Joseph ' s H.S. Major in History Collegian 3,4 Handbook 1 International Relations Club 3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Young Democrats Club 4 Chmn. JUDITH ANN O ' LEARY 5 Lincoln Circle, Belmont Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Belmont H.S. Major in Home E conomics Home Economics Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Drill Team 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,3 Campus Varieties 1,2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Omicron Nu 3,4 Sec. 4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Vocations Chairman 4 MILDRED CUTTER OLSEN 21 Conrad Rd., Melrose Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Melrose H.S. Major in Home E conomics Home Economics Club 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3 Campus Chest Committee 3 Carnival Ball Committee 2,3 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 CARL DOUGLAS O ' NEIL Box 125 R.F.D. 2, Winter St., Kingston Born 1936 at Plymouth, Mass. Entered from Duxbury H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 2,3,4 Pres. 4 Rod and Gun Club 1 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Livestock and Meats Judging Teams 4 Alpha Gamma Rho 2,3,4 Sec 4 EVAN NICHOLAS ORPHANOS 8 Farrar St., Lynn Born 1931 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Lynn English H.S. Major in Chemistry, Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Club 3,4 Old Tads Softball and Football 2,3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM HENRY O ' ROURKE 19 Myrtle St., Jamaica Plain Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin Sch Major in Mathematics Math Club 4 Newman Club 1,4 Swimming 1,4 De s List 3,4 ille Air Society 3,4 Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 olarship Chmn. 4 RUTH MARY ORZECHOWSKI 100 Beech St., Holyoke Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Holyoke H.S. Major in Mathematics Roister Doisters 2,3 Symphony Singers 2 Operetta Guild 4 Education Club 3,4 Math Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Campus Chest Committee 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 4 Dorm Treasurer 3.4 SANDRA Z. OSTRER 6 Esmond St., Dorchester Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Roxbury Memorial H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 Sociology Club 3 Spanish Club 1,2 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 2 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 BARBARA NANCY OSTROFF 200 Boylston St., Brockton Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in Elementary Education Index 4 Education Club 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,3,4 Exec. Board 3,4 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 BRIAN L. OVERDORFF JANET CAROL OSTROFF 5 Westview Trailer Park, V. of 200 Boylston St., Brockton Born 1929 at Johnstown, Penna. Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from New Florence H.S. Entered from Brockton H.S. Transfer from Am. International Major in Elementary Education College, Springfield Index 4 Major in Animal Husbandry Education Club 3,4 Animal Husbandry Club 2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Volleyba 11 Mgr. 2 Future Farmers of America 3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Corrs E. Sec. 4 Rifle Team 3 Carnival Ball Committee 3,4 Judging Teams 3 Sigma Delta Tau 1,2,3,4 Trees .4 4-H Club Leader 3,4 ROBERT STANLEY PADELFORD 340 Mt. Pleasant St., Fall River Born 1936 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Durfee H.S. Major in General Business Student Christian Assoc. 4 Alpha Siqma Phi 3,4 Treas. 3 Interfraternity Football 4 Interfraternity Softball 3 Interfraternity Basketball 3 Interfraternity Bowling 3 CAROL EVELYN PAGE 52 North Parkway, Worcester Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from North H.S. Major in Home Economics Handbook 3 Naiads 2 Fine Arts Singers 3 Education Club 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Jr. Rep. 3 Social Chmn. 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 3 Omicron Nu 4 Dean ' s List 1,3,4 WILLIAM CHASE PAGE 43 Proctor St., Worcester Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. Colle Major in Geology Roister Doisters 2 Geology Club 2,3,4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4 Social Chmn. 3,4 ROBERT FRANCIS PAGNINI 381 South Main St., Hopedale Born 1936 at Walpole, Mass. Entered from Milford H.S. Major in Physical Education Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Spring Day Committee 4 PRUDENCE PAINE 50 South Main St., Baldwinville Born 1935 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Templet on H.S. Major in Elementary Education Roister Doisters 3 Education Club 3,4 Edwards Fellowship 1 JOHN BENNETT PALMER 44 Bauer St., Worcester Born 1930 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. College Major in Industrial Engineering Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2,3,4 House Manager 3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 4 Am. Inst, of Electrical Engineers 2,3 RICHARD ALFRED PARENT 96 Marianna St., Lynn Born 1936 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from Lynn English H.S. Major in Organic Chemistry Marching Band 1,2 Dance Band 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties 2 O.T.V. 3,4 Chemistry Club 4 Program Chairman Univ. Open House Day Committee 3 Newman Club 1,2,4 Am. Chemical Society 4 LAWRENCE W. PARRISH JR. 102 Edwards St., Quincy Born 1936 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in Sociology Collegian 3,4 Publishing Board 4 Campus Varieties 4 Dean ' s List 1 Chemical Engineering Club 1,2 Sociology Club 4 Class Gift Comm. 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3 News Director 2 Senate 1,3,4 Chmn. Elections Comm. 3 President 4 International Weekend Comm. 4 Who ' s Who Comm. 4 Chairman Tennis 1 Faculty Resident 4 Debating Society 3 Exec. Board Spring Day Committee 3 Student Union Committee 3,4 Student Leaders Conference 4 Co-Chmn. Honors Convocation Committee 4 Co-Chairman MARY LOUISE PARKER 23 Summit Ave., Wollaston Born 1935 at Montpelier, Vermont Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in Elementary Education Naiads 1,2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Vice- Panhellenic Council 3,4 Pres. 4 Mortarboard 4 Scrolls 2 Sec. -Trees.. List 1,2,3,4 JEANNINE MARION PEKRUL West Main St., Canaan, Conn. Born 1935 at Sheffield, Mass. Entered from Housatonic Valley Regional H.S. Major in Home Economics Handbook 2,3 Quarterly 4 Home Economics Club 3,4 Outing Club 1 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 3 Steward 4 Omicron Nu 4 Chaplain ' s Council 2 RONALD WILLIAM PARODY 4 Congress St., Greenfield Born 1934 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Monson Academy Major in Accounting Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Asst. Steward 2 Steward 3 Maroon Key 2 Track 1,2 Intramurals 1,2,3 THOMAS F. PERCY 63 Main St., Amherst Born 1925 at Roxbury, Mass. Entered from Morse H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM HENRY PERKINS Main St., Ogunquit, Maine Born 1931 at Fitckburg, Mast Transfer from Fitchburg Teat College Major in Geology Chemistry Club 2,3 Geology Club 2,3,4 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4 DAVID SIDNEY PERLEY Linebrook Road, Ipswich Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Univ. ofN.H. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Little International Livestock Show 3,4 Meat Judging Team 4 JOHN STEPHEN PERLOWSKI 365 Hillside Ave., Holyoke Born 1936 at Holyoke, Mass. Ente red from Holyoke H.S. Majo r in Accounting Redn len Marching Band 2,3,4 Busl ness Administration Club 2 New nan Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Accc unting Assoc. 3,4 Vars ity Pep Band 2,4 Cone ert Band 2,3,4 PAUL WARD PERSONS JR. 95 Patricia Circle, Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Finance Collegian 3 Circulation Mgr Business Administration Cli lb 2 ANN ELIZABETH PERSSE Finance Club 3,4 7556 Scribner Rd., Penfield, N .Y . JOHN T. PETERSON Rod and Gun Club 1,2 Born 1936 at Syracuse, N.Y. 80 Brow Ave., South Braintree Edwards Fellowship 1 Entered from Mary E. Wells H.S. Born 1932 at Lancaster, Penn. Student Christian Assoc 2 Major in Elementary Education Entered from Thayer A cade my Phi Kappa Phi 4 Education Club 3,4 Major in General Business Manager Phi Eta Sigma 2,3,4 Naiads 3,4 W.M.U.A. 3 Campus Varieties 1 House Counselor 2,3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Business Administration Club J, 2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 2 Honors Work 4 Kappa Alpha Theta 2,3,4 Chaplain 4 Vice-Pres. 3 Pres. 4 Greenough Movie Comm. 3,4 Chmn. Chaplain ' s Council 1 Interfraternity Council 3,4 JOAN NOREEN PETTEE 26 Fairview St., Simsbury, Conn. Born 1935 at Hartford, Conn. Entered from Simsbury H.S. Major in Botany Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Playday Mgr Newman Club 1,2,3,4 First Vice Pi Beta Phi 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Dean ' s List 1,3 LAWRENCE STEWART PETTERSON 25 Watson St., Braintree Born 1935 at Weymouth, Mass. Transfer from Tufts College Major in E conomics U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3,4 Technical Director 3 Tau Kappa Epsilon DOUGLAS McGEE PFENINGER 225 Hersom St., New Bedford Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in History Education Club 3_4 Soccer International Relations Club 3,4 Executive Board 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 Asst. Steward 4 Vice-Pres. 4 Athletic Chmn. 3 Intramural Council 3,4 Basketball 1 Interclass Plays 4 Asst. Stage Mgr. Vo Carnival Ball Comm Spring Day Committ itte EILEEN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS 34 Morton St., Watertown ,Born 1935 at Brighton, Mass. Entered from Watertown H.S. Major in Education Roister Dolsters 3 Education Club 3_4 Sociology Club 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 1 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Comm. 3 Chmn. of Children ' s Hour Parent ' s Weekend Committee 1 ROBERT FRANCIS PHILLIPS 113 F ountain St., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Business Administrati Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 3 Vic . 4 List 1 n Club 1,2,3, Interfraternity Football 2,3,4 Interfraternity Basketball 1,2,3,4 Univ. Comm. on Social Activities HENRI JOSEPH PICARD JR. Oakland Ave., North Westport Born 1936 at North Westport, Ml Entered from Westport H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2, Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Tau Beta Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Asst. Comptroller 3 Pres. 4 Interfraternity Council 4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers Society of Automotive Engineer: Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Granville Air Society 3,4 Fraternity Advisory Council 4 3,4 Pi 3,4 THEODORE ALWYN PICKETT 9 Alfred Circle, Agawam Born 1931 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from West Springfield H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2.3,4 NORMAN BRONSON PIKE 19B Hampshire Heights, Northampton Born 1931 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Sanderson Academy Major in Chemistry, Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Club 3,4 JOSEPH PISCIONERI Hampshire House, Amherst, Ma Institute of Radio Engine Dean ' s List 1 Dormitory Counselor 3,4 MARY MILDRED PLEVOCK 36 Tremlett St., Dorchester Born 1935 at South Boston, Ma Transfer from Boston Univ. Major in Home Economics Home Economics Club 2,3,4 Naiads 2,3,4 Newman Club 2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 YVETTE R. POIRIER 297 Main St., Indian Orchard Born 1935 at Ludlow, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in French French Club 1,2,3,4 Sec.-Tre. Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Social Chairman 3 Vc vrJ. ' 5SiS ' S|i5JKrv S2j 5 LEON RALPH POMEROY JR. Russellville Rd., Westfield Born 1933 at Westfield, Mass. Entered from Westfield H.S. Major in Pre-Medical Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Zoology Club 2 RICHARD HARDING POMEROY 376 Main St., West Springfield Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from West Springfield H.S. Major in Sociology Quarterly 2,3,4 Sociology Club 2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Alpha Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 2 Social Chmn. 4 Editor 4 Soccer 1,2 Winter Track 1 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Spring Day Committee 3 Literary Society 1,2,3,4 ANTHONY J. POMPEO 16 Sherwood Rd., Weymouth Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in Marketing Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3,4 Basketball 1,2 House Counselor 1 MARY ANN POMPOSO 7 Sunny Knoll Ave., Lexington Born 1935 at Arlington, Mass. Entered from Lexington H.S. Majo r in Home Economics Operetta Guild 4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Publicity Chmn. 3 Sec. 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Field Hockey Mgr. 2 Vice-Pres 3 Board Chmn. 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 4 Carnival Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 ROBERT CHARLES PORTER 24 Countryside Drive, Dorchester Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Am. Society of Civil Engineers 2 International Relations Club 4 Math Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Intramural Football, Basketball Softball 3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 4 Industrial Engineering Open House GERALD M. PORTNOY Jamaica Estates, New York Born 1935 at Jamaica, N.Y. Entered from Forest Hills H.S. Major in Economics Quarterly 3,4 Business Mgr. 3 Campus Varieties 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1 Alpha Epsllon Pi 1,2,3,4 Revelers 4 Maroon Key 2 Golf 1,4 Basketball 1 Cheerleader 3 Dean ' s List 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Chmn. Queens ' Committee Spring Day Committee 2,3 Univ. Film Committee 4 Chmn. Fresh. -Soph. Basketball Comm. Chairman Rally Committee 1,2,3,4 PAUL J. POST 19 Keefe Road, Acton Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Concord H.S. Major in Marketing Marching Band 1 THOMAS HENRY POTTER 280 Shelburne Rd., Greenfield Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Economics Business Administration Club 1,2 Economics Honor Society 3,4 Newman Club 4 QTV 2,3,4 Sec. 3,4 ROGER RONALD POULIOT 163 Meadow St., Willimansett Born 1929 at Chicopee, Mass. Transfer from Clark University Major in Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 GILES ADAMS POWERS 40 Sumner St., Newton Center Born 1933 at Waltham, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Politica I Science International Relations Club 4 Newman Club 3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties 1 Carnival Ball Committee 2 VINCENT EDWARD POWERS 38 Duxbury Rd., Worcester Born 1929 at Worcester, Mass. Transfer from Worcester Jr. Colleg Major in History Education Club 4 International Relations Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Theta Chi 4 Dean ' s List 3,4 JAMES STUART PRATT 11 Ardale St., Roslindale Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep Major in Sociology Collegian 1 Spanish Club 1,2 Sociology Club 2,3,4 Treas .3 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Chief Announcer 3 Sports Dlr. 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 Golf 1 Hockey 1 Baseball 2 Burnham Declamation 2 Campus Chest, Carnival Ball Comras. Military Ball, Spring Day Comms. 3 Publicity Chmn., Comm. JOCELYN ANN PRATT 237 Pleasant St., East WalpoU Born 1936 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Walpole H.S. Major in Psychology International Relations Club 4 Psychology Club 4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 CATHERINE TERESA PREMO Union Road, Wales Born 19 36 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Brimfield H.S. Major in Government Education Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Dorm Social Committee 1,2,3 Campus Rumpus 2 CRAIG ANDREW PRESTON 24 Bruuer Ave., Wilbraham Born 1935 at Melbourne, Victoria, A ustralia Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Government Index 3,4 Managing Ed. 4 Men ' s Judiciary 1,2,3,4 Clerk 4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 3,4 Tennis 1 Carniva 1 Ball Comm. 3 Political Science Club 4 Military Ball Comm. 1,2 Sec. Air Cadet Squadron 1 Sgt.-at-Arms Senate Constitution Revision Comn Honesty Committee 2,3 Youth for Eisenhower 4 Debater Student Leaders Conference 2,3,4 Honesty Conference 3 Delegate THOMAS FRANKS PRINCE USA Holyohe St., Lynn, Mass. Born 1934 at Trenton, N.J. Entered from Lynn Classical H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 Rush Chmn. 4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Campus Varieties 3 PETER DAY PROUD The Orchards, W illiamstown Born 1933 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from Williamstown H.S. Major in Music Marching Band 1,2 Concert Band 3,4 Dance Band 1,2 Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Campus Varieties 4 Dir. Sigma Phi Epsilon ' 1,2,3,4 Ski Team 1,2 Carnival Committee 3 Christmas Vespers 5 JOHN F. QUINN 23 Gardner St., Southbridge Born 1935 at Southbridge, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Newman Club 1,2,3 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Pledgemaster 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,2,4 Pistol Team 2,3 VINCENT KIRK QUINN 435 Main St., West Concord Born 1930 at Cambridge, Mass. Transfer from Richer Jr. College Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3 Marketing Club 4 Amherst Camera Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Coram. 4 Chn Coram, for Marketing Activities Newman Club 4 GLADYS ANN RADISIC 7 Pleasant St., Ware Born 1935 at Ware, Mass Entered from Ware H.S. Major in English Newman Club 1,2 LEONARD PETER RAND Main St., West Upton Born 1936 at Milford, Mass Entered from Fork Union Military Academy Major in Economics Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Political Union 4 Young Democrats 4 Rally Chairman 4 CHARLES E. RANDALL JR. Laurel St., Pinehurst, Billerica Born 1929 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Howe H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Secretary 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Committee 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Senior Commencement Committee 3 HOWARD ARTHUR RAPHAELSON 20 Chatanika Ave., Worcester Born 1931 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Tilton School Transfer from Nichols jr. College Major in Industrial Administration Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 3,4 Dean ' s List 3 ARTHUR HALL RAPOZA East Falmouth Born 1934 at East Falmouth, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Philosophy Sguare Dance Club 1 Varsity M Club 3,4 Wrestling 2,3,4 Capt. 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Air Cadet Squadron 2 Philosophy Club 4 DORIS GLADYS RATHBUN Hart St., Housatonic Born 1936 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Searles H.S. Major in History Handbook 1,2,3 Asst. Ed. 3 Quarterly 3,4 Make-up Ed. Campus Varieties 3,4 Sociology Club 1,3 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. Phi Delta Nu 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 3 Pres. 4 Panhellenic Council 2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Carnival Committee 3 JOAN RAWLINS 206 Thompson St., New Bedford Born 1935 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in English Literature Operetta Guild 2,3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc .1,2,4 Women ' s A. A. 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s Judiciary 3 Scrolls 2 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Rush Chmn. 3 Pres. 4 Panhellenic Council 3,4 Mortarboard 4 Precisionettes 2,3,4 Capt. 4 House Counselor 3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties Committee 4 RICHARD DALE REARDON 139 Riverbank Rd., Northampton Born 1935 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 3, ROBERT EARLE REED 51 Gilford St., Brockton Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4,2 Vice-President 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4 Varsity Tennis 2,3,4 Co-Capt. LORNA VIVIAN REGOLSKY 387 Harvard St., Brookline Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in English Quarterly 1,2,3,4 Poetry Ed. 2,3 Editor-in-Chief 4 Roister Doisters 4 Prop Comm. 2 Fall Ploy 3,4 Hillel Foundation 2,3 Phi Delta Nu 1,2,3,4 Recording Se Scholarship Chairman 4 Inter-Class Plays 1,3 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Literary Society 1,2,3,4 Sec. 3 DAVID RICHARD REHBEIN 22 Conn. Ave., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Sociology and Speech DeMolay 1 Canterbury Club 1,2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 2,3,4 Swimming 1,2 Chaplain ' s Council 1 RAYMOND EDWARD REILLY 1243 Berkshire Ave., Indian Orchard Born 1934 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Springfield Technical H.S. Major in Psychology Concert Band 1,2 Dance Band 1,2 German Club 1,2,3 Pres. 3 ng 1 List 1 Campus Var Cadet Lead! Band 3,4 1,2 nt AFROTC-ROTC MAXWELL REINSTEIN 80 Selden St., Dorchester Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Clbb 1,2 Accounting Club 3,4 Math Club 1 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Steward 4 President 4 Ya-Hoo 3,4 Am. Accounting Assoc 3,4 BARBARA PRABULOS RICE 113 Bliss St., Florence Born 1936 at Northampton, Mas Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 CARLTON DUQUESNE RICHARDSON II Foster Hill, West Brookfield Born 1935 at West Brookfield, Mass. Entered from Loomis School Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Alumni Dir. 2,3 Treas. 4 HAROLD RIGHTER 190 Brookline St., Newton Center Born 19 35 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Huntington Prep School Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 1,2,3,4 Marketing Club 1,2,3,4 Camera Club 4 Varsity M Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Spring Track 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4 Winter Track 1,2,3,4 De List 1 JO ANN MARY RISCHITELLI 43 Franklin Terrace, Southbridge Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells School Major in Elementary Education Handbook 3 Operetta Guild 3,4 Marching Band 2,3,4 Majorette Capt. 4 Education Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,4 Women ' s A. A. 2,4 Badminton Mgr. 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Alpha Theta 1,2,3,4 Activities Chmn. 3 Rec. Sec. 4 Twirler 2,3,4 Captain 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 WILLIAM EDMUND RITCHIE 23 So. Kimball St., Haverhill Born 1929 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from St. James H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 President 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Intramural Football, Bowling 2,3,4 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Treos. 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,4 Dorm Pres., Brooks Engineer Open House 3,4 ROBERT JOSEPH RIVERS 33 Grove St., Lynn Born 1935 at Lynn, Mass. Entered from St. Mary ' s Boy ' s H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 Rod and Gun Club 1 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Alpha Gamma Rho 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Scholarship, Lotto M. Crabtree 4 DONALD WALTER RIZZO 44 Ocean St., North Quincy Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from North Quincy H.S. Major in Business Administration Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chmn. 3 Social Chmn. 4 Maroon Key 2 Lacrosse 2 Cheerleader 3,4 Dean ' s List 3 JOYCE ROBINSON ROBINSON 130 County St., Attleboro JEANETTE ALMA ROBBINS ROGER ALFRED ROBERTS Born 1935 at Attleboro 55 Woburn St., Reading 90 Hampshire St., Holyoke Entered from Attleboro H.S. Born 1936 at Woburn, Mass. Born 1935 at Holyoke, Mass. Major in English Entered from Reading H.S. Entered from Precious Blood H.S. Campus Varieties 1,2 Major in English Major in Chemical Engineering Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Education Club 3,4 Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Program Chairman 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Secretary 3 Senate 2 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Historian Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,4 Phi Mu Delta 2,3,4 Music Chairman 4 Campus Varieties 2 Rushing Chairman 4 House Counselor 3 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Dean ' s List 1 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 LEWIS RODRICK 8 Wilson Road, Stoneham Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mas: Transfer from Univ. of Calif. Major in History Education Club 3,4 Newman Club 3,4 Phi Mu Delta 2,3,4 Ed. 3,4 Pledge Master 4 Spring Day Committee 3 Senior Picnic Committee 4 Commencement Committee 4 HAROLD IRVING ROEDER JR. 84 Franklin St., Milton Born 1936 at Weymouth, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2,3,4 Intramural Softball, Football 2,3,4 Little International Livestock Shov Dairy Cattle Judging Teams 3 Livestock Judging Teams 4 Bay State Dairy Classic 2,4 F. MARIE ROGERS 129 Compos St., Somerset Born 1935 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Somerset H.S. Major in Government International Relations Club 4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Registrar 3 Marshall 4 Carnival Committee 3 Newrman Club 2,3,4 Hunt Club 4 ROBERT MARSHALL ROMANCIER 16 Bridge St., Cushman Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Forestry Concert Band 1,2,3,4 Operetta Guild 3,4 Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4 Sec. 4 Dean ' s List 3,4 Society of Am. Forestry 3,4 JOHN ROBERT ROSENBERG 767 Armory St., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in History Collegian 1,2,3,4 Editorial Ed., Ed. 3 Handbook 3,4 R.S.O. Committee 3, ,4 Senate 1,2,3,4 Chmn. Election Cot nm. 2,4 Chmn. Const. Finance Committe :e 2,3 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Corres. Recording Sec. 4 Rushing Chmn Carnival Ball Committee 3 Sec. 3 . 3 Carnival Comm. 3 Chmn. Calendar ■ Comm. Military Ball Comm. 1,2 Chairman of Publicity 2 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Spring Day Committee 3 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Officer 2 MERTON IRWIN ROSENBERG Apt. 1-3 Suffolk House, U. of M. Born 1929 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Commerce H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Am. Institute of Elect . Engineers ' Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 ADELLE R. ROSENZWEIG 3 Smith House, Merrill Place, Ai Born 1935 at Lynn, Mass. Transfer from Wayne University Dean ' s List 3,4 SANFORD STUART ROTHSTEIN 80-35 Springfield Blvd., Queens Village, New York Born 1931 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Worcester Classical H.S. Major in Food T echnology Food Technology Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 De List 1 Carnival Co Ya-Hoo 3,4, PIETRO ANTONIO ROTONDO Bedford St., Concord Born 1935 at Concord, Mass. Entered from Concord H.S. Major in Electr cal Engineering Electrical Engi neering Club 3,4 Joint Engineer! ng Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Amate jr Radio Assoc. Senate 1 Inst, of Electri :al Engineers 3, BRADLEY ]. ROWE Scott HillRd., Bellingham Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Bellingham H.S. Major in Marketing Marketing Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 JAMES MICHAEL RUSIACKAS 79 Nottingham Ave., Valley Stream, N .Y . Born 1935 at Trenton, N.J. Entered from Valley Stream Central H.S. Major in Engineering Q.T.V. 2,3,4 Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 3,4 ROBERT STIMSON SABIN 38 Rencelau St., Springfield Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Industrial Administration Club 3,4 U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Tres. 2 Vice-Pres . 3 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 3 Triangle Ed. 2 Alumni Ed. 3 CAROLYN A. SADLOW Main Road, Savoy Born 1935 at Adams, Mass. Entered from Adams H.S. Major in Bacteriology Bacteriology Club 2,3,4 International Relations Club 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3 Archery Mgr. 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Beta Kappa 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Campus Rumpus 3 ROBERT JOHN SAMPSON 7 Courtland St., Worcester Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Worcester South H.S. Major in Industrial Relations Roister Doisters 1,2,3 Senate 3 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Revelers 3 Inter-Class Plays 1 Football 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Comm. 3 Co-Chmn. of Decorations Spring Day Comm. 3 Who ' s Who in American Colleges 4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Steward 3,4 JAMES MONTGOMERY SANDERS JR. 176 Gothic St., Northampton, Mass. Born 1935 at Lima, Ohio Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in General Business Freshman Track 1 Assistant House Counselor 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 Vice-President 4 MALCOLM R. SANDERS Orleans Born 1928 at Cambridge ,Mass Entered from Orleans H. S. Major in Electrical Engineerin Am. Institute of Elec. Enginei PETER A. SANTOS 244 Chestnut Ave., Jamaica Plain Born 1932 at Boston, Mass. Transfer from Northeaston Univ. Major in Sociology Index 4 Univ. Concert Assoc. 1 Chorale 3 Operetta Guild 3,4 Statesmen 4 Canterbury Club 1,2 Sociology Club 2,3,4 President Varsity M Club 3 Dean ' s List 1,3,4 Soccer 3,4 Wrestling 3,4 Campus Varieties 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 3 Theta Chi 2,3,4 Sec. 3 Music Director 4 JANET ANN SARGENT Old Ayer Road, Groton Born 1935 at Ayer, Mass. Entered from Groton H.S. Major in History Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3 Sec. 1,2 Sub-Board 3 De List 1 Carnival Comm. 3 Ore Publicity Carnival Ball Commit! Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 House Manager 3,4 3tra " i r ANNA SAVAGE 53 Bradeen St., Roslindale Born 1935 at Montreal, Quebe Canada Entered from Roslindale H.S. Major in English Handbook 3 Operetta Guild 3 Education Club 3 International Relations Club : Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Sophomore Banquet Committe( PI Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Censor 3 President 4 ROBERT HENRY SCALES 128 Sassamon Ave., Milton Born 1935 at Hyde Park, Ma Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administratio Accounting Club 3,4 P Chess Club 4 1 Geology Club 1 Club 1,2 3. 3,4 g Club 3,4 nan Club 1,2,3 Univ. Open House Day Comm Interfraternlty Council 3,4 House Counselor 3 Dean ' s L Campus Chest Committee 3 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Treas. 3 President 4 3,4 WILLIAM GUSTAVE SCHEFFER R.D. 5 Bridgeton, N.J. Born 1935 at Bridgeton, N.I. Entered from George School Major in Olericulture Olericulture Club 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 Football 1 Swimming 1 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Secretary 4 CHARLES T. SCHMIDT JR. 4 Jackson Street, Taunton Born 1934 at Taunton, Mass. Entered from Taunton H.S. Major in Geology DeMolay 1,2 Geology Club 2,3,4 Canterbury Club 2 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Embassy Chairman 4 Lacrosse 3,4 Inter-Greek Ball Comm. 3,4 Sing Chairman 3 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Chaplain 3,4 Conductor 3 GMC 4 ELLEN L. SCHMIDT 149 Salem End Rd., Framingham, Mass Born 1935 at Fort Jay, New York Entered from Framingham H.S. Major in History Marching Band 2,3 Operetta Guild 3 Univ. Open House Day Committee 1 Co-Chmn. of Exhibits Comm. Edwards Fellowship 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Publicity Chairman 2 Chaplain ' s Council 1 Interdormitory Council 1 Student Christian Movement 2,3,4 Co-Chmn. Northfield Conference Regional Council 4 Phi Delta Nu 3,4 BERNARD JOHN SCHRUENDER 250 Oakland Ave., Methuen Born 1931 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Edward F. Searles H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. 4 Horticulture Show Committee 3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3,4 NORMAN SCHWAB 16 Stoneland Road, Worcestei Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass Entered from Commerce U.S. Major in Public Health Bacteriology Club 1,2,3,4 Chemistry Club 1,2,3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Executive Board 4 Military Ball Committee 1 CAROL ANN SCRIVENER 430 Beale St., Quincy Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in Psychology Naiads 3,4 Psychology Club 2,3,4 Sec. 4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Precisionettes 2,3 Dean ' s List 2,3 EARLE B. SEAMAN 200 Melrose St., Melrose Born 1934 at Salem, Mass. Entered from Bridgton Academy Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 3 Marketing Club 4 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 RICHARD PAUL SEARS 106 Church Street, Ware Born 1934 at Torrington, Conn. Entered from Tilton Preparatory Major in Ace ounting Accounting Club 3,4 Associate Member Am. Accountln Association 3,4 BURTON SELETSKY 95 Allen Ave., Waban Born 1935 at Boston, Mas Entered from Newton H.S. Major in Finance Adn strati Finance Club 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2 Manager Carnival Ball Committee Communal Buying 3,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Ste THELMA SELETSKY 1524 Hewlett Ave., Hewlett, N .Y . Born 1936 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Woodmere H.S. Major in Sociology Handbook 2,3 INDEX 3,4 Education Club 3,4 Psychology Club 3,4 Sociology Club 3,4 Spanish Club 1 Hillel Foundation 1 Winter Carnival Comm. 2 Dean ' s List 1,3 Sigma Delta Tau 2,3,4 MYRNA ARLENE SELWITZ 40Woodside Ter., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Chemistry Handbook 2,3 Women ' s A. A. 2,3,4 Index 1,2,3,4 Asst. Literary Ed. 3 Chemistry Club 4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Executive Board 2,3,4 Panhellenic Council 3,4 Treas. 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 2,3 Carnival Committee 3 Spring Day Committee 2 Sigma Delta Tau 1,2,3,4 Ho Mo JOHN RICHARD SENCABAUGH 98 Curtis St., Somerville Born 1935 at Arlington, Mass. Entered from Somerville H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 2,4 Q.T.V. 2,3,4 ROBERT PAUL SELYA 25 Thurlow Ave., Revere Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Revere H.S. Major in Psychology Quarterly 2 Ya-Hoo 3 Roister Doisters 3,4 WMUA 1,2,3,4 Campus Varieties 1 Dean ' s List 3,4 Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3 Psychology Club 2,3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Soccer 1 Swimming 3 Inter-Class Plays 4 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Exec. Mem. At Large 3 Rushmaster 3 ELNA ROSE SENEGAL Post Rd., Rutland, Vermont Born 1935 at Rutland, Vermont Entered from Rutland H.S. Major in Home Economics Extension and Education Symphony Singers 2 4-H Club 1 Fine Arts Singers 3 Operetta Guild 2 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Square Dance Club 1,2,3,4 Sec. -Treas. 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Board 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Wesley Foundation 3,4 Omicron Nu 3,4 Pres..4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Modern Dance Club 3,4 International Weekend Comm. 3 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Recording Sec. 3 Philanthropy Chmn. 2 Activities Chmn CONSTANT THADDEUS SEMBROSKI 355 East State St., Granby Born 1936 at Granby, Mass. Entered from South Hadley H.S. Major in Forestry Forestry Club 2,3,4 De List 3 GEORGE DORES SEVIGNY 4 Eagle St., Springfield Born 19 29 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from LaSalette Semii Major in Electrical Engineer! Electrical Engineering Club Vice-Chmn. 3 Chairman 4 Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Institute of Radio Engineers Engineers Councils RICHARD SHAW SEXTON 66 Wendell Park, Milton Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Transfer from Stone hill College Major in Government Chemistry Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 3,4 Men ' s Affairs Chmn. Carnival Committee 2,3 Chadbourne House Council 3 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 JUNE SHANK 22 Brandon Road, Milton Born 1933 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in English Collegian 1 Dean ' s List 1 Do Operetta Guild 4 Campus Varieties 2 Women ' s A. A 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 2 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Literary Society 3,4 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2 Activities Chn ROBERT JOSEPH SHANNAHAN 32 Everett St., Springfield Born 1932 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Fairfield College Preparatory School Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Business Administration Club 1,2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Dormatory Council 1,2 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 LEONARD I. SHAPIRO 2 Foster Street, Brookline Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Psychology Collegian 3 Circulation Mgr. Index 4 Literary Staff 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Military Ball Committee 1 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Member at Large 3 DAVID HARVEY SHAW 59 Pollock Ave., Pittsfield Born 1934 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Government International Relations Club 3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 4 Ne Di :tor 4 Student Christi GERALD A. SHAY 48 Mass. Ave., Cambridge Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from St. John ' s Prep S. Major in General Business Finance Club 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Football 1,2 Spring Day Committee 2,3 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 MARY LOVETT SHEA 97 A llston Street, Medford Born 1935 at Medford, Mass. Entered from Medford U.S. Major in History International Relations Club 4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3 Newman Club 1,2,4 ELEANOR PLACZEK SHEPARDSON 14 ' 2 Noble Ave., Westfield Born 1937 at Westfield, Mass. Entered from Westfield H.S. Major in History Collegian 1 International Relations Club 4 Student Wives Club 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2,3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc 1,2,3 Young Democrats Club PHILIP CHAPIN SHEPARDSON 50 Park St., Easthampton Born 1934 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in English U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Chief Announcer 1 Special Events 1 Program Manager 2 Student Christian Association 1 Ya-Hoo 2 RUTH FRANCES SHER 133 West Main St., Marlbor Born 1936 at Marlboro, Mas Entered from Marlboro H.S. Major in Pre-Medical, Cher, Naiads 2,3,4 Publicity Dir. Pre-Medical Club 2,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Co-Corresponding Sec. 3 Executive Board 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Zoology Open House Comn Interfaith Council 4 Ch LILLIAN MAE SHERWOOD RED 2, Athol Born 1935 at Athol, Mass. Entered from Athol H.S. Major in German Chorale 3,4 Manager 4 Chorus 1 Operetta Guild 3 German Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 JOHN COSTA SILVA 279 Wahetee Ave., Ansonia, Conn. Born 1931 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from Am. School of Chicago Major in Physics Newman Club 1,2 Student Christian Association 3 Physics Club 4 i ' GEORGE SAMUEL SIMON 280 Main Street, Franklin Born 1935 at Franklin, Mass. Entered from Franklin H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Men ' s Judiciary 2,3,4 Chief Justice Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 3 Treasurer 4 JANE ELLEN SIMONS 13 Mystic Road, Marblehead Born 19 35 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Marblehead H.S. Major in Elementary Education Univ. Concert Assoc. 3 Education Club 3,4 Scrolls 2 Cheerleader 2,3 Senior Mix Committee 4 EDMUND GEORGE SKELLINGS 53 William St., Chicopee Falls Born 1932 at Ludlow, Mass. Entered from Suffield Academy Major in English Collegian 2,3,4 Columnist Editoral Editor Index 3 Faculty Review Writer Quarterly 2,3 Make-up Editor Senate 2 Curriculum Comm. Chmn Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Campus Varieties 3,4 Lyricist Literary Society 1,2,3,4 Executive Board 3 Commuters Club 2,3,4 FLORA ANNE SLATTERY Main St., North Hanover Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Hanover H.S. Major in Sociology Education Club 4 Sociology Club 3,4 Newman Club 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Kappa Alpha Theta 3,4 EDWARD JOSEPH SMITH 22 Beal Street, Winthrop Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Winthrop H.S. Major in Government Collegian 2,3 International Relations Club 4 Canterbury Club 1,2 Stud. Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Cabinet 1 Freshman Swimming 1 Chaplain ' s Council 1 Political Science Assoc. 3,4 Executive Com.mittee 4 Univ. Health Council 4 Youth for Eisenhower 4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Ed. 2,3 Secretary 3,4 FRANK AUSTIN SMITH 20 South Main St., Haydenville Born 19 35 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Williamsburg H.S. Major in Economics Roister Doisters 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Operetta Guild 3 Adelphia 4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Varsity Baseball Mgr. 2,3 Phi Eta Sigma 2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Honors Work 4 Campus Varieties 1,4 FREDRIC MARSHALL SMITH 87 Mason Terrace, Brookline Born 19 36 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Brookline H.S. Major in Zoology Marching Band 2,3,4 Asst. Property Mgr DeMolay 1,2,3,4 Preceptor 2 Orator 3 Pre-Medical Club 2,3 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 Varsity Hockey 1,2,3,4 Mgr. Bay State Rifles 1 Zoology Club 3,4 Dorm Treasurer Butterfield 2 GERALDINE FLORENCE SMITH 8 Webster Road, Milton Born 1936 at Brighton, Mass. Entered from Milton H.S. Major in Home Economics Operetta Guild 3 Education Club 4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 2 Carnival Committee 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 LEONARD C. SMITH 79 Sumner Street, Auburn, Ma MARILYN LOUISE SMITH 94 Prince St., Needham Born 1935 at Everett, Mass. Entered from Needham H.S. Major in Elementary Educatl Symphony Singers 2 Student Christian Assoc. 2 SARA JANE SMOCK 303 Klinewoods Rd., Ithaca, N .Y . Born 1935 at Davis, California Entered from Ithaca H.S. Major in Home Economics Symphony Singers 1,2 Fine Arts Singers 3 Student Mgr. Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Music Chairman 3 Asst. House Manager 4 JONATHAN HUNTER SNEAD 28 Severance St., Shelburne Falls Born 1933 at Pittsburgh, Penna. Entered from Mount Herman School Major in Government International Relations Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Senate 1,2,3,4 Trees. Pro-Tem 4 Basketball 1 Soccer 2 Flying Redmen 1,2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Military Ball Committee 1,2,3,4 Political Science Assoc. 3,4 Granville Air Society 3,4 Vice-Pres Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 Pres. 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Pres. of Pledge Class 1 DAVID JULIAN SNYDER 90 Larchmont Ave., Waban Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Major in History Collegian 2,3 Index 2,3,4 Sports Ed. 2 Literary Staff Campus Varieties 3,4 International Relations Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1,2 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Literary Society 2,3 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 JOHN ALLEN SOUTHARD 35 Stilson Ave., Northampton Born 19 35 at Rangeley, Maine Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in History Roister Doisters 1 Education Club 4 International Relations Club 4 Square Dance Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 ALFRED MICHAEL SOWA 222 Hampden St., Chicope e Born 1936 at Chicopee, Mass Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Zoology Education Club 4 Square Dance Club 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm Newman Club 3,4 Zoology Club 3,4 FRANCIS THEODORE SPRIGGS 30 Annunciation Rd., Roxbury, Mass. Born 1935 at Washington, D.C. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in Recreation Leadership Roister Doisters 2,3,4 Maroon Key 2 Campus Varieties 3,4 Adelphia 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2 Football 1,2,3,4 Bay State Rifles 1,2 Treas. 2 Inter-Class Plays 1,2,3 Carnival Ball, Inter-Greek Ball Comms. 3 Spring Day Committee 2,3 Who ' s Who in American Colleges 4 NORMA LOUISE STADTFELD 30 Miller St., Braintree ,Mass. Born 1935 at New York, N.Y. Entered from Braintree H.S. Major in English Collegian 4 Handbook 2 Roister Doisters 1,2,3 Edwards Fellowship 1 Student Christian Assoc. 2,4,1 Literary Club 4 JO-ANNE MARIE STANLEY 15 Washington St., So. Groveland Born 1935 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Groveland H.S. Major in Elementary Education Collegian 1,2 Univ. Concert Assoc. 3 Operetta Guild 3,4 Radio-Publicity Chairman 3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Carnival Committee 2,3 Chmn. of Fashion Show 3 Hunt Club 4 Public Relations Chmn. Kappa Kappa Gamma 2,3,4 Corres. Sec. 4 CHESTER M. STASIOWSKI 16 Riverview Terrace, Chicopee Born 1935 at Chicopee, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Wrestling Team 1,2 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 RICHARD MILTON STEELE 254 Fort Pleasant Ave., Springfield Born 1934 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Technical H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 3 Accounting Club 4,5 Civil Engineering Club 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Men ' s Judiciary 2,3,4 Clerk 3 Chmn. Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3,4,5 Pledge Trainer 2 Steward 3,4 Treasurer 5 MARTHA LOUISE STEERE Chepachet, R.I. Born 1935 at Chepachet , R.I. Entered from Classical H.S., Providence Major in Home Economics Roister Dolsters 2 Symphony Singers 1,2 Fine Arts Singers 3 Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Canterbury Club 2,3,4 Sec. 3 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Dean ' s List 1,3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Asst. Trea CARL RICHARD STEEVES 231 Forest St., Reading Born 1929 at Rochester, N.H. Transfer from Univ. of N.H. Major in Landscape Architecture Chorale 2,3 Manager 3 Operetta Guild 2,3 Landscape Architecture Club 3,4 Canterbury Club 2,3,4 Co-Chmn. 3 Council 3,4 Extra-Curricula Committee 3 Dean ' s List 3 Alpha Zeta Fraternity 3,4 Horticultural Show Committee 3,4 Co-Chairman 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 3 J. ALPETER STEERES 4 Sunset Court, Amherst, Mass. CYNTHL DORIS STEINBERG 10 Wachusett Ave., Lawrence Born 1936 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 2 Record Librarian 3 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Executive Board 3 DIANE STEWART Streetsboro Rd., Hudson, Born 1936 at Worcester, Ma Entered from Hudson H.S. Major in English Marching Band 1,2,4 Concert Band 1 Operetta Guild 4 Va Naiads 2,3,4 Student Christian As Carnival Ball Commi Carnival Committee PI Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 JEANNE RENDU STEWART Blue Hills Rd., Great Barring Born 1935 at Great Barringtoi Entered from Searles H.S. Major in English Quarterly 3,4 Sec. 4 Symphony Singers 2 Chorale Operetta Guild 3,4 Campus Varieties 1,2 Education Club 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. Student Christian Assoc. 1,2, Phi Delta Nu 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 3 Vice-Pres. Dean ' s List 1,3,4 Amherst Girls ' Club 4 Superv: 2,3 3,4 MARGARET JANE STEWART 139 Appleton Ave., Pittsfield Born 1934 at Pittsfield, Mass. ed from Pittsfield H.S. teriology ST Doisters 4 riology Club 2,3,4 Sec. -Tree ri ' s A. A. 2,3 Dean ' s List 1 It Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Cheerleader 2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Spring Day Committee 3 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. ' Ente Major Stude CHARLES STIMSON Princeton, Mass. PETER ROBERT STOLER 16 Buchanan Rd., West Roxbury Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in History Collegian 1,2 Campus Varieties 3 Index 2,3,4 Sports Editor 3 Future Farmers of America 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Varsity Swimming Team 1,2,3,4 Campus Chest, Spring Day Comms. 2,3 Carnival Ball, Carnival Comms. 3 Ya-Hoo 2,3,4 Asst. Editor 4 Maroon Key 2 Interfraternity Council 4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 House Mgr. 3 Secretary 3 President 4 ELIOT MAYNARD STONE 50 Fenno Road, Newton Ce Born 1934 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Huntington H. Major in Marketing Marketing Club 3,4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,4 Butterfield Social Chmn. 4 House Council 4 MAX JOHN STOSZ JR. RFD 3, Amherst, Mass. Born 1935 at New York, N .Y . Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineerinq Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3 Gymnastics 3,4 Co-Capt. 3,4 Intramu ral Softball 3,4 Intramural Football 4 ROBERT GERALD STUART 20 Hovey St., Quincy Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in G overnment Collegian 1,2 WMUA 2 Roister Doisters 3 International Relations Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1 Ski Team 1 Football 2 Lacrosse 3,4 Military Ball Committee 1,2 Political Science Club 3,4 JOSEPH LEO SULLIVAN JR. 22 Mollis St. Milton Born 1936 at Winthrop, Mass. Entered from Boston College H.S. Major in Industrial Administration Business Administration Club 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 3 Treas. 4 MARGARET ELLEN SULLIVAN 79 Taylor St., Chicopee Falls Born 1935 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Bacteriology Roister Doisters 3 Bacteriology Club 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Phi Delta Nu 3,4 Chaplain 4 PHILIP JOHN SULLIVAN Pleasant Street, Groton Born 1930 at Groton, Mass. Entered from Lawrence Academy Major in Physical Education Education Club 1,2 Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2 Football 1,2 Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1 Tennis 1 Military Ball Committee 1 Alpha Gamma Rho 1 RAYMOND CAMPION SULLIVAN 21 Walnut Street, Ware Born 1934 at Ware, Mass. Entered from Ware H.S. Major in Physical Educati on Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 1 Varsity M Club 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Exec. Comm. 3 QTV 1,2,3,4 Chaplain 3 Athletic Dlr. 4 Master cf Ceremonies 4 Tennis Manager 1,2,3,4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 TIMOTHY JAMES SULLIVAN 111 East High St., Avon Born 1935 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Somerville H.S. Major in Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 De List 3 Q.T.V. 2,3,4 LYNWOOD WENDELL SUTCLIFFE 205 Main Ave., Onset Born 1931 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Tabor A cademy Major in Physical Education Phi-Ed Club 1,2,3,4 Varsity M Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Baseball 1,2 Soccer 2,3,4 Lacrosse 3,4 Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2 MARILYN CLARE SWIFT 272 Vernon St., Norwood Born 1935 at Norwood, Mass. Entered from Norwood H.S. Major in Elementary Education Campus Varieties 2 Education Club 3,4 International Relations Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Committee 2 Homecoming Weekend Committee 2,3 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 Precisionettes 1,2,3 Carnival Ball, Carnival Comms. 3 Spring Day Committee 2 Youth for Eisenhower 4 Kappa Kappa Gamma ' 1,2,3,4 JOSEPH ANTHONY SYLVIA 14 Tecumseh Ave., Fairhaven Born 1936 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Intramural Basketball, Football 1,2,3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 1,2,3,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Granville Air Society 3,4 Sigma Phi Epsllon 1,2,3,4 Historian 4 Dispensing Chmn. 4 Asst. House Mgr. JOSEPH FRANK SZALA Taft Ave., North Dartmouth Born 1935 at Dartmouth, Mass. Entered from Dartmouth H.S. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Little International Club 3 Decorations Committee 2 Judging Teams 4 Meats Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2,3,4 EDMUND CHRISTIAN TARNUZZER 44 Charles St., North Adams Born 1934 at North Adams, Mass. Entered from East Providence H.S. Major in Physics Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Physics Club 4 Treas. 4 Flying Redmen 1,2 U. of M. Fire Dept. 3,4 Dep. Chief 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 House Manager 3,4 EUGENE STANLEY TARSKY 184 Commonwealth Ave., Springfield, Mass. Born 1935 at Meriden, Connecticut Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Accounting Business Administration Club 2 Accounting Club 4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Social Chmn. 2,3 Treas. 4 Asst. House Counselor 2 Dean ' s List 1,3 Air Cadet Squadron 1,2 EDWARD H. TATEASIAN 916 Warren Ave., Brockton Born 1932 at Brockton, Mas Entered from Brockton H.S. Major in Public Health Bacteriology Club 3 House Counselor 3 Lambda Chi Alpha 2,3,4 ANNE GLAVIN TAYLOR 109 Flynn St., Waynona, Oklaho Born 1933 at Boston, Mass. Transfer from Mt. St. Mary Colle Oklahoma A. and M. College Major in Home Economics Home Economics Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 FREDERICK GILBERT TAYLOR 330 No. Main St., South Deerfield Born 1934 at Montague, Mass. Entered from Deerfield Academy Major in Economics Chorale 3 Operetta Guild 3 Newman Club 1,2,3 Inter-Class Plays 4 Economics Club 3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 HAROLD JOSEPH TAYLOR 27 Staten Road, Braintree Born 1922 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Newman Prep Major in Mechanical Engineering Newman Club 3,4 Am. Society o£ Mech. Engineers 4 NANCY ANNE TAYLOR 6 Clearview Terrace, Amherst Born 19 35 at Greenfield, Mass Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Naiads 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Carnival Ball Committee 3 RICHARD B. TAYLOR 15 Bowker Road, Waltham, Mass. Born 1934 at Albany, N.Y. Entered from Waltham H.S. Major in General Business Manage Business Administration Club 1,2 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 CHARLES P. TERRY Pleasant St., Assonet Born 1935 at Fall River, Mas Entered from Dighton H.S. Major in Accounting Accounting Club 3,4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Q.T.V. 3,4 CHRISTOPHER HENRY THACHER 21 Cowles Lane, Amherst Born 19 32 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Deerfield Academy Major in Government International Relations Club 4 Edwards Fellowship 1,2 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2 WILLIAM DEONE THAYER 762 Liberty St., Rockland Born 1934 at Brockton, Mass. Entered from Rockland H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 THEODORE PETER THEODORES Mason Road, Dudley Born 1935 at Dudley, Mass. Entered from Bartlett H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 2,3 Mech. Eng. Guide Student Christian Assoc. 2,3 Bay State Rifles 1,2 House Counselor 2,3 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 2,3,4 Orthodox Club 1,2 Theta Chi 1,2,3,4 Chaplain 4 ROBERT MYRON THOMPSON 88 Appleton St., Haverhill Born 1935 at Haverhill, Mass. Entered from Haverhill H.S. Major in Economics Maroon Key 2 Inter-Class Plays 4 Economics Club 4 Granville Honor Society 4 Chadbourne Dorm Trees. 1 Phi Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 ' PETER TIERNEY 14 Orne Square, Sale JAMES THOMAS TJAARDA 15 Maple St., Whitinsville Born 1935 at Whitinsville, Mass. Entered from Northbridge H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3 Interfraternity Council 3,4 Athletic Manager 3 Intramurals 2,3 Inter-Greek Ball Committee 3,4 Engineering Council 3,4 Dormitory Council 1 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 GEORGE C. TOLLEY 59 Foxborough St., New Bedford Born 1936 at New Bedford, Mass. Entered from New Bedford H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Engineering Open House 2,3 Delta Phi Gamma 1,2 PAUL BERNARD TOUHER 9 Holly Ave., Greenfield Born 1934 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Deerfield Academy Food Technology Club 3,4 Business Manager 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 1 High School Day Comm. 2 Nev man Club 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Maroon Key 2 Sec. Lc Campus Chest Committe Carnival Ball Committee Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Alumni Secretary 3,4 MARILYN FRANCES TOWLE 245 Central St., Stoneham Born 1936 at Melrose, Mass. Entered from Stoneham H.S. Major in English Collegian 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Senate 4 Activities Comm. Chn Precisionettes 3,4 House Counselor 3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Carnival Committee 2,3 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Treas. 4 JOHN EDWARD TOWSE 786 Charlton St., Southbridge Born 1936 at Woburn, Mass. Transfer from Bates College Major in Geology Collegian 2,3,4 Geology Club 2,3,4 Judson Fellowship 2,3,4 Men ' s Sports 4 Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4 Tau Kappa Epsilon 3,4 Histo LORAINE ELINOR TUKEY 45 Jackson St., Northampton Born 1934 at Everett, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Education Education Club 3,4 Naiads 3 International Relations Club 2,3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Precisionettes 2,3,4 Squad Leade Dean ' s List 1,3,4 Carnival Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 3 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Scholarship Chairman 3,4 LINCOLN EDWARD TUMEY 16 UcKinley Ave., Easthampton Born 1936 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Pre-Medical, Zoology University Singers 2 Statesmen 3 Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2 Phi Eta Sigma 2,3,4 House Counselor 4 MALCOMB EDWARD TUMEY 16 McKinley Ave., Easthampton Born 1934 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Mechanical Engineering U. of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Publicity Mgr. 3 Pres. 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4,5 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 4,5 Secretary 5 Society of Automotive Engineers 4,5 House Counselor 5 PETER DANIEL TYER 188 Summer St., Lee Born 1934 at Lee, Mass. Entered from Lee H.S. Major in General Business Admi Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 2 Theta Chi 2,3,4 DONALD DEAN UBERTALLI 101 Pinehurst Road, Holyohe Born 1935 at Holyohe, Mass. Entered from Holyohe H.S. Major in Entomology Fernald Entomology Club 2,3,4 Sec. 3 Dean ' s List 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Military Ball Committee 3 Phi Eta Sigma 2,3,4 HAZELANN UNDERGRAVES 130 Marcy St., Southbridge Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Mary E. Wells Major in Elementary Education Education Club 3,4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 LOIS ANN UPHAM 17 A Jay Street, Boston Born 1935 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Northfield S. for Girls Major in Zoology Operetta Guild 1,2 Campus Varieties 2 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 Magazine Corres. 3 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Phi Kappa Phi 4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Modern Dance Club 2,3 Zoology Club 4 DAVID J. VALLEY 20 Main St., Gilbertville Born 1931 at Keene, N.H. Entered from Hardwick H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Club 2,4 Am. Society of Meoh. Engineers 2,4 Society of Automotive Engineers 4 Engineering Open House 3,4 JOANNA VELONIDES 56 Frost St., Cambridge Born 1935 at Revere, Mass. Entered from Cambridge High and Latin School Major in Zoology Roister Doisters 3,4 Campus Varieties 1 Fine Arts Singers 3 Dean ' s List 2 Chrysostom Club 1,2,3,4 Treas. 3 Recording Secretary 2 Phi Delta Nu 3,4 Rush Chmn. 4 Carnival Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee 2 Zoology Club 3,4 ZYGMUNT ALBERT WACHTA 19 Walnut Ave., Chicopee Falls Born 1930 at Chicopee Falls, Mass. Entered from Chicopee H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 3,4 Am. Institute of Elec .Engineers 3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Phi Mu DeJta LINDA HELENE WAINIONPAA 42 Shawmut St., Quincy Born 1935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in History Handbook 3 International Relations Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 CHARLES A. WALSH JR. 15 Holman St., Shrewsbury Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Major Howard Beal S. Major in Food Technology Food Technology Club 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Sw lmming 1,2 Flying Redmen 1,2 DOROTHY D. WALSH 168 Elm St., North Cambridge Born 1935 at Arlington, Mass. Entered from Somerville High School Major in History Collegian 3,4 INDEX 2 Roister Doisters 2,3,4 International Relations Club 3,4 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4 JAMES PAUL WALSH 264 Thicket St. South Weymouth Born 1932 at Boston, Mass . Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 2,3 Marketing Club 4 Vlce-Pres. 4 Newman Club 2,3,4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 3,4 Archivist 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 JOHN BRIAN WALSH 201 Pleasant St., Winthrop Born 1936 at Winthrop, Mass. Entered from Winthrop High School Major in Industrial Management Business Administration Club 2 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 Varsity " M " Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,4 Phi Mu Delta 1,2,3,4 Rushing Chairman 2,3 Cross Country 1,2 Outdoor Track 1 Indoor Track 1,2 Senior Picnic Committee 4 Air Cadet Squadron 1 MARY LOU WALTERS 112 Academy Ave., Weymouth Born I 935 at Quincy, Mass. Entered from Archbishop Williams H.S. Major in Music Symphony Singers 2 Fine Arts Singers 3 Chorale 4, Operetta Guild 3,4 International Club 1 Psychology Club 1,2 Sguare Dance Club 3 U of M Broadcasting Assoc. 3,4 Women ' s Athletic Assoc. 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 WALTER RICHARD WANDELOSKI JR. 7 Colrain St., Greenfield Born 1935 at Greenfield, Mass. Entered from Greenfield H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 3,5 ANNE WARDWELL 27 Spaulding St., Amherst, Mass Born 1935 at Stamford, Conn. Transfer from Clark University Major in Elementary Education Re ijter Dc Education Club 3,4 International Relations Club 3 Sigma Kappa 3,4 Dean ' s List 3,4 JOHN PAUL WARREN 21 Roosevelt Ave., Holyoke, Mass Born 1929 at Quebec, Canada Entered from Holy Rosary H,S. Transfer from Holyoke Jr. College Major in Economics Spanish Club 3,4 Newman Club 4 Social Activities Committee 3,4 Economics Club 3,4 JOHN R. WATSON JR. 48 Cross St., Leominster Born 1935 at Leominster, Mass Entered from Leominster H.S. Major in Marketing Operetta Guild 1,2,3,4 Executive Board 2,3,4 Marketing Club 4 Newman Club 1,2 Campus Varieties 2,3 Political Association 4 GERALD HERBERT WEINBERG 404 Lowell Ave., Newtonville B orn 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston English H.S. Major in Marketing Collegian 1 Business Administration Club 3,4 Marketing Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Asst. House Manager Varsity Spring Track 2,3 Ya-Hoo 2,3 MERVIN WEINER 46 Kenmore St., Newton Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Boston Latin School Major in Pre Medical Collegian 1,2 Index 2,3 Chemistry Club 1,2,3 Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3 U. o£ M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 2 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 3,4 Zoology Dept. Hillel Foundation 1,2,3 Tau Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Historian 2 Military Ball Committee 1,2 Ya-Hoo Staff 2,3 Zoology Club 1,2,3,4 HERVEY ALLAN WEITZMAN 25 Plymouth Rd., Longmeadow Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in Pre-Medical International Relations Club 4 Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Hillel Foundation 1 1,2 Skiing 1 JOHN FRANCIS WELCH 15 Lovett St., Salem Born 1935 at Peabody, Mass. Entered from Salem H.S. Major in Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Club 1,2,3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Phi Sigma Kappa 2,3,4 Golf 1 Hockey 1 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 H cnors Work 4 Military Ball Committee 2 Spring Day Committee 3 RICHARD CORNELIUS WELCH 69 Meadowview Drive, Pittsfield Born 1930 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from St. Joseph ' s H.S. Major in Government Political Science Assoc. 3,4 Exe De List 2 SANDRA N. WENNER 79 Winn Street, Belmont Born 1935 at Cambridge, M, Entered from Belmont H.S. Major in Zoology Operetta Guild 2,3,4 Exec Campus Varieties 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Con Chi Omega 3,4 Wesley Foundation 3,4 Revelers 4 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Soph-Senior Hop Committee Spring Day Committee 3 PHILLIP RICHARD WELLS WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER WELSH Cummington, Mass. 13 Main St., Gilbertville Born 1936 at Northampton, Mass. Born 1935 at Ware, Mass. Entered from Northampton H.S. Entered from Hardwick H.S. Major in Dairy Industry Major in Mathematics Campus Varieties 1 Math Club 2,3,4 Pres. 4 Dairy Club 2,3,4 Sec. 2,3 Varsity M Club 3 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dormitory House Council 4 Lambda Chi Alpha 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Cross-Country 1,2,3 Judging Teams 4 Spring Track 1,2 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 RICHARD ALLAN WENTWORTH South East St., Amherst Born 1931 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Amherst H.S. Transfer from Stockbridge S. of Agr. Major in Animal Husbandry Animal Husbandry Club 1,2,3,4 Barbeque Chairman 3 MARJORIE ANNE WEST 4-H Club 2,3,4 Pres. 4 27 Glenburnie Rd., Roslindale Square Dance Club 1,2 Born 1935 at Cambridge, Mass. Edwards Fellowship 3,4 Entered from Roslindale H.S. Student Christian Assoc. 2,3,4 Major in Home Economics Educati Christman Vespers 3,4 Chmn. 4 Operetta Guild 2,3 Alpha Zeta 3,4 Campus Varieties 2 Little International Livestock Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Show 2,3,4 Vlce-Chmn. 3 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Program Chairman 4 Pi Beta Phi 3,4 Bay State Dairy Classic 2,3 Dean ' s List 1,3 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 Sophomore Banquet 2 Judging Teams 4 Omicron Nu Honor Society 3,4 ' " 1 - x i THOMAS EDWARD WHALEN 21 Maiden St., Springfield Born 1935 at Springfield, Mas Entered from Cathredral H.S. Major in Classical Course Chorale 4 Operetta Guild 4 Varieties 1 npus Adn Club 1,2,3 Finance Club 4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Kappa Sigma 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 RICHARD PALMER WHEATLEY 200 Ashland St., Abington Born 1928 at Brockton, Mass. Transfer from Boston University Major in Physics Ski Club 3,4 Dean ' i Physic Philos List 1,2 s Club 4 Dphy Club 4 ALVIN GILBERT WHEELER 40 John St., Chelsea Born 1935 at Chelsea, Mass. Entered from Chelsea H.S. Major in Finance Collegian 1,2,3,4 Adv. Mgr. 2,3 Circulation Manager 3,4 Business Administration Club 2 Finance Club 3,4 U.of M. Amateur Radio Assoc. 2 Hlllel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Inter-Class Plays 1 Dean ' s List 3 HATHAWAY ELLIS WHITE JR. 135 Thatcher St., Westwood Born 1935 at Westwood, Mass. Entered from Westwood H.S. Major in Marketing DEAN PAGE WHITTIER 64 Miles St., Millbury Born 1935 at Worcester, Ma Entered from Millbury H.S. Major in Botany Alpha Gamma Rho 1,2,3,4 Asst .Alumni Sec. 3 Track 1 Dean ' s List 1,2,3,4 GUY JOSEPH WICKSALL East Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. Born 1934 at Rochester, Minnesota Entered from Amherst H.S. Major in Mechanical Engineering Swimming Team 1 Tau Beta Pi 3,4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers 2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 RICHARD JAMES WILLIAMS 260 May fair Ave., Springfield Born 1936 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Cathedral H.S. Major in Marketing Business Administration Club 2,3,4 Marketing Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 Pledgemaster 2 Finance Committee 2,3 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 3 LOIS ANNE WILLL MSON 39 Oak Ave., Belmont Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Belmont H.S. Major in Home Economics Operetta Guild 3,4 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4 Treas. 3 Senior Rep. 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Sigma Kappa 1,2,3,4 House Manager 4 Drill Team 2,3,4 DONALD LEWIS WILLBRANT 28 Dorchester Ave., Pittsfield Born 1936 at Pittsfield, Mass. Entered from Pittsfield H.S. Major in Business Management Marching Band 1,2,3 Concert Band 3,4 Business Administration Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 4 Greenough House Council 3 WAYNE E. WILBUR 7 Elizabeth St., Taunton Born 1935 at Taunton, Mass. Entered from Taunton H S. Major in Civil Engineering DeMolay 1,2 Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Tau Kappa Epsllon 2,3,4 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1 Carnival Ball Committee 3 Engineering Open House 3,4 LORRAINE TABITHA WILLSON 11 Babcock St., Quincy, Mass. Born 1935 at Phil., Penn. Entered from Quincy H.S. Major in English Collegian 1,2,3,4 Copy Ed. Q News E Editorial Ed. 3 Exec. Ed. 4 Quarterly 3,4 Prose Editor 4 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 1 Pi Beta Phi 1,2,3,4 Rec. Sec. 3,4 Scrolls 2 Dean ' s List 1,2 Campus Chest Comm. 3 Publicity Chn Carnival Comm. 3 Publicity Chmn. Spring Day Committee 3 Univ. Film C onmittee 4 Committee on R.S.O. 3 Student Union Governing Board 4 Who ' s Who Selection Committee 4 Sophomore Banquet 2 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 REXFORD WILSON 75 East Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. Born 1930 at Washington, D.C. Transfer from Amherst College Major in E lectrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,4 Am. Inst, of Elec. Engineers 4 MARCIA L. WINEGARD 222 Oakland St., Fall River Born 1936 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Durfee H.S. Major in History Collegian 1,2,3,4 Handbook 2,3 Ed. -In-Chief 3 Most Reliable Member 3 Campus Varieties 4 Bus. Coordinator 4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2,3,4 Science Club 4 Student Union Board of Governors 4 Senate 2,3,4 Sec. 3 Vice-Pres. 4 Comm. m Recognized Stud. Org. 2, 3, 4 Chairman of Women ' s Affairs 4 Sigma Delta Tau 1,2,3,4 Vice-Pres. 4 Mortar Board 4 Historion 4 Univ. Calendar Committee 2,3 Jr. Counselor 1 Spring Day Comm. 3 Co-Chmn. Leader ' s Conf. 4 Winter Carnival Committee 3 Who ' s Who in Am. Colleges 4 Honors Convocation Committee 4 Chr Wc Cc GERALDINE MERLE WITKOP Mill Road, Hampden, Mass. Born 1935 at Somers, Conn. Entered from H.S. of Commerce, Major in Elementary Educati en Springfield Dc 2,3 Op =tta Guild 2,3,4 npui Vo Education Club 3,4 Student Christian Assoc Dean ' s List 3 Interfaith Council 2,3 Se ROBERT ANDREW WIRKKALA 23 Fisher St., Baldwinville Born 1935 at Gardner, Mass. Entered from Templeton H.S. Major in Chemistry Chemistry Club 1,2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 WALTER JAMES WLXON 154 Hillcrest Road, Needham, Mass Born 1935 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from Needham Senior H.S. Major in Agriculture Economics Edwards Fellowship 2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Dorm Rep. 2,3,4 Alpha Phi Omega 1,2,3,4 Sgt. at Arms 2 Corres. Sec. 3,4 Military Ball Comm. 2 MTRP 1,2 U. of M. Volunteer FireDept. 3,4 JOAN DOROTHY WITKINSKI 16 East Boxford St., Lawrence Born 1935 at Lawrence, Mass. Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Pre-Medical, Mathematics German Club 2,3 Math Club 2,3,4 Pre-Medical Club 2,3,4 Sec. 4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,4 WALTER JOSEPH WOJNER 47 Pleasant St., Dorchester Bor n 1929 at Whately, Mass. Entered from Boston Technical H.S. Major in Agricultural E conomics Agronomy Club 1,2 Newman Club 1,2,3 Track 1 Agrii ultural Ec. Club 4 s List 2,3,4 " Tifc f i I, ANTHONY PETER WOLFF Amherst Road, Sunderland, Mass. Born 1931 at Washington, B.C. Entered from Woodward Prep Transfer from Mt. St. Mary ' s College Business Administration Club 2,3 Industrial Administration Club 3,4 JOAN CYNTHIA WOLK 43 Woodhaven St., Mattapan Born 1936 at Boston, Mass. Entered from Roxbury Memorial H.S. Major in Psychology Dance Band 1,2 Operetta Guild 2,3 Campus Varieties 2 Education Club 2,3,4 Psychology Club 2,3,4 Treas. 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Knowlton House Social Act. 3 Sigma Delta Tau 3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 JAMES C. WONG 42 Pleasant St., Northampton, Mass. Born 19 29 at Dover, N.H. Entered from Northampton H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 3,4 Univ. Open House Committee 3 BRUCE TAYLOR WOOD 153 Wilder Terrace, W. Springfield Born 1935 at Westfield, Mass. Entered from West Springfield H.S. Major in Zoology Chemistry Club 3 DeMolay 1 Pre-Medical Club 1,2,3,4 Canterbury Club 1,2 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2 Soccer 1 Ski Club 3,4 Q.T.V. 1,2,3,4 Zoology 3,4 CAROLANN WOOD 29 Pine St., Palmer Born 1935 at Palmer, Mass. Entered from Palmer H.S. Major in English Marching Band 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 1,2 Edwards Fellowship 1 Student Christian Assoc. 1,2,3,4 Sorority Rep. 2,3,4 Chi Omega 1,2,3,4 Ski Club 2,3,4 Sec. 2,3 Pres. 4 Dean ' s List 1,3 GERALD LAWRENCE WOODLAND JR. 136 Vinal St., Revere Born 1935 at Chelsea, Mass. Entered from Revere H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 3,4 Student Christian Assoc. 2,3 Dean ' s List 3 Engineer ' s Council 4 JOAN CAROL WOODWARD RICHARD ARNOLD WRIGHT CAROL ANN WRIGHTSON 41 Woodbine Terrace, Auburndale 23 Marlborough Rd., Waltham 17 Marshall St., Turners Falls Born 1935 at Newton, Mass. Born 1935 at Boston, Mass. Born 1936 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Newton H.S. Entered from Waltham H.S. Entered from Turners Falls H.S Major in English Major in Physical Education Major in Elementary Education Roister Doisters 3,4 Varsity M Club 2,3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Naiads 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Women ' s A. A. 2 U. of M. Broadcasting Assoc. 3,4 Lambda Chi Alpha 1,2,3,4 Chi Omega 3,4 Newman Club 1,2,3,4 Pledge Trainer 3 Social Chmn. 4 Dean ' s List 3 Men ' s Sports 1,2,3,4 Football Education Club 3,4 Spring Track 1 EDWARD WILLIAM WROBLESKI 26 Knipfer Ave., Easthampton Born 1931 at Northampton, Mass. Entered from Williston Academy Major in Physics Commuter ' s Club 1,2,3,4 Physics Club 4 ANTHONY ROBERT WYSOCKI 221 Sugarloaf St., Montague City, Mass. Entered from Deerfield Academy Major in Business Administration, Financ Business Administration Club 4 Rod and Gun Club 2 LEONARD ANTHONY YARROWS 32 Bliss Street, Florence Born 1932 at Holyoke, Mass. Entered from Hopkins Academy Major in Bacteriology Bacteriology Club 2 Food Technology Club EVERETT ARTHUR YOUNG 56 Albion St., Lawrence Born 1936 at Lawrence, Mass Entered from Lawrence H.S. Major in Civil Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi 3,4 STANLEY ZALKIND 81 Warbunon St., Fall River Born 1935 at Fall River, Mass. Entered from B.M.C. Durfee Major in Chemical Engineering Collegian 3,4 Circulation Mgr. 4 Chemical Engineering Club 2,3,4 HiUel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Pi 1,2,3,4 Athletic Chairman 4 Indoor Track 1 Tennis 1 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Dean ' s List 1,2,3 Granville Air Society 3,4 AFROTC Air Power Award 3 STANTON HAROLD ZARROW 36 Bridgeport St., Worcester Born 1934 at Worcester, Mass. Entered from Classical H.S. Major in History Index 2,3 Literary Editor 4 International Relations Club 4 Hillel Foundation 1,2,3,4 Alpha Epsilon Phi 1,2,3,4 Historian 3 Scribe 4 Dean ' s List 2,3,4 Honors Work 4 Literary Society 2,3 JOSEPH JOHN ZAYAC Federal St., Millers Falls Born 1929 at Millers Falls, Mas: Entered from Turners Falls H.S. Major in English PAUL DAVID ZISK 41 P innej St., Palme r Born 1935 at Palmer, Mass. Ente, ■ed frc im Palmer H.S. Majo, ' in C ivil Engine -.ering Civil Engi neering Cli ub 2,3,4 Newn nan Club 1,2,3 Dean ' S LIE it 1,2,3 Bono rs Wo) rk, Tau Be ta Pi VINCENT ZUCCO 27 Portland St., Agawam Born 1931 at Springfield, Mass. Entered from Agawam H.S. Major in Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Club 2,3,4 Joint Engineering Club 2,3,4 Univ. Open House Day Comm. 4 Newman Club 4 Kappa Sigma 3,4 Am. Institute of Elec. Engineets 2,3,4 Institute of Radio Engineers 3,4 Engineers Council 4 NOTES - « NOTES NOTES " UNDERCLASSMEN JUNIORS RONALD G. ABRAMS 264 River Rd., Winthrop JASON P. ADELMAN 45 Stratton St., Dorchester JEANETTE I. ADELMAN 297 Mason Terrace, Brookline LOIS C. AGGERUP 59 Upland St., Springfield CHRISTINA T. AHRENS 24 Daytona St., Springfield DONALD E. AKERSON 54 Francis St., Worcester CHRISTOS P. ALEX 12 Laurel Rd., Milton LUCIA C. ALFANO 53 Suffield St., Agawam JEAN ROBERT ALIE 96 Oxford Rd., Holyoke ROBERT J. ALMQUIST 25 Hoover Rd., Quincy LOIS S. AMBUSH 92 Draper St., Springfield MARGARET J. AMOS 14 Bates Rd., Watertown EMILY M. ANDERSON Harkness Road, Amherst EDWIN J. ANDERSON 119 Belleclaire Ave., Longmeadowr HENRY J. ANDERSON 281 Southwick St., Feeding Hills JOHN M. ANDERSON 360 Main St., Amherst JOHN W. ANDERSON 30 Beech St., Southbridge GIULIO C. ANDROGNINI Monroe Bridge MARCIA L. ANDRESS 80 Kingsbury St., Wellesley ARTHUR ANDREWS 94 West St., Worcester JANET E. ANDREWS 31 Canterbury Rd., Springfield MARY ANSALDO Pelham Road, Amherst SAMUEL ANTILES 21 Mayo St., Springfield ALICE A. ARENBURG 814 Pleasant St., Attleboro MARY L. ARMSTRONG 9 Windsor St., Melrose ARNOLD E. ARNOE 272 Brayton Rd., Fall River MARY C. ARNOLD 183 Federal St., Salem CHARLES D. ARONSON 206 Washington Ave., Winthrop ROBERT H. ASELTINE 25 Grange Place, W. Springfield PETER ATHAN 3 Mill St. Court, Danvers FRANCIS J. AUBIN JR. 325 June St., Worcester GREGORY AVEDILIAN 17 Grove St., Chelsea WALTER B. AYERS Garden Ave., Westfield DONALD C. BACON 12 Temple St., Boylston MICHAEL F. BADER 15 Mandalay Rd , Springfield DAVID K. BAILEY 20 Delbert St., Dracut DAVID O. BAILEY 54 Abbott St., Worcester ARSENE G. BAJAKIAN 26 Westminster Rd., Fitchburg JAMES J. BALAGUER 47 Buffington St., Somerset STUART A. BALL 1 Cutting Ave., Auburn DONALD G. BAMFORD 1012 Greendale Ave., Needham SALLY J. BANCROFT 16 Saxon Rd., Worcester JOHN H. BANNER 21 Locust St., Northampton DOUGLAS W. BANNON 14 Burlington St., Springfield JOYCE E. BARBEAU 53 Wilder Terrace, W. Springfiel JOAN A. BARCLAY 278 Grove St., Walthom R.R. BARDWELL West Mount Rd., Bernordston WILLIAM W. BARNARD 162 Allston Rd., West Medford PHYLLIS A. BARON 711 Chapln St., Ludlow DAVID L. BARONIAN 1892 Westfleld St., W. Springfield JAMES A. BARRETT 611 Riverside Ave., Florence WENDEL BARTHOLOMEW Main St., Ashley Falls DONALD E. BASHISTA Pleasant St., Southampton CHARLES E. BASSETT 132 Pine St., Seekonk EDGAR R. BAUM JR. 126 Northampton Rd., Amherst HOWARD W. BEAL 11 Johnson St., Brockton JOSEPHINE E. BECK 27 Longwood Ave., Holyoke ROBERT V. BELENGER 349 Bay St., Taunton DONALD R. BELLOWS 7 Spooner St., North Eastern EDWARD N. BENNETT 120 Meadow Rd., East Longmeadow RENE J. BERARD 28 Reyem St., Waltham LEON V. BERNIER 204 State St., Northampton JOAN E. BERNSTEIN 24 Tower Hill St., Lawrence CAROL A. BERTRAND 43 Mendon St., Uxbridge JOHN L. BERUBE 551 Belleville Ave., New Bedford ANNABEL BETTELHEIM 5 Churchill St., Amherst ANTHONY J. BEVEVINO 79 Maryland St., Springfield LOWELL S. BEZANSON 50 School St., Hingham ROBERT BIENKOWSKI 57 Webster St., North Quincy NELSIE A. BIGELOW Maple Ave., Rutland GEORGE W. BIXBY 37 Pomeroy Terrace, Northampton CAROL A. BJORK 467 Washington St., Whitman ELIZABETH A. BLACK Coldbrook Rd., Oakham ROBERTA BLACKBURN 29 Hartwell St., Southbridge D. W. BLAKELY 41 Winter St., Northboro WARREN W. BLANDIN 7 Coolidge Ave., Natick JOHN B. BLIZNAK 36 Walnut St., Northampton FRED C. BLOSSOM 139 Border St., Cohassett GEORGE R. BLUME 18 Hamilton Rd., Lexington PHILLIP C. BOARDMAN Hewins St., Sheffield BRUCE B. BODENDORF R.F.D.Main St., Montgomery DANIEL J. BONASONI 806 White St., Springfield LOIS J. BONTEMPO 648 Main St., Agawam FRANK BOROWIEC JR. 98 Park St., Palmer DAVID W. BOTT 6 Columbia Rd., Beverly GLADYS M. BOUCHARD 37 Converse St., Springfield FRANK G. BOVENZI 183 Hall St., Leominster MARJORIE M. BOWMAN 133 Century St., Medford DONALD E. BOYCE 15 Eldert St., Springfield LLOYD A. BOYDEN JR. 5 Stockbridge Hall, U of M, Amherst CARLO J. BRACCI 140 River St., Haverhill ROBERT L. BRADLEY 12 Clifton Ave., Beverly JANET L. BRANCH Acoaxet STEPHEN B. BRAY JR. CenterviHe Rd., Hyannis DANIEL A. BRENNAN 123 Williams St., Boston JAMES H. BRESNICK 304 Washington Ave., Chelsea ELIZABETH BRICE 430 Morgan Rd., W. Springfield WILLIAM L. BRIDGMAN 45 Athol St., Springfield RICHARD P. BRIGHAM 43 Rose Lane, Framingham ELMER J. BROOKS Bedford St., Concord ELIZABETH A. BROWN 3 2 Marywood St., Uxbridge MALCOLM H. BROWN JR. 221 Main St., Wilbraham MATTHEW L. BROWN JR. 31 Brook St., Scituate RICHARD A. BROWN Oliver St., Edgartown DAVID C. BROWNELL 57 Birch Tree Drive, Westwood EDWARD L. BUCK 131 Sterling St., West Boylston RICHARD S. BUFFUM 19 Bruuer Ave., Wilbraham BARBARA J. BURKE 203 Allyn Ave., Holyoke JAMES J. BURKE JR. 17 Brewster Court, Northampton WILLIAM J. BURKE 72 Gushing Ave., Belmont BARBARA BURNISTON 7 Summer St., Middleboro NORMAN I. BURR 35 Loomis St., Southwick OTIS E. BURT Music St., West Tisbury RONALD A. BUSHEY 59 Ralph St., Springfield ARTHUR E. BUSI 417 North Pleasant St., Amherst ISAAC A. BYNUM 88 Lynden St., New Bedford EDWARD J. BYRNE 45 Oriole St., West Roxbury ROBERT E. CALEY 357 Asdbury St., Hamilton ALLEN CAMPBELL III 38 Redlands Rd., Roxbury JOHN CAMPOS JR. 59 Luckernuck Ave., Oak Bluffs ROSEMARIE CANTALUPI 82 Bradford Ave., Everett GERALD L. CANTER 82 Leyfred Terrace, Springfield DONALD B. CAPLAN 36 Warner St., Springfield CHARLES P. CARLSON 14 Raymond St., Millbury ANTHONY CARPENITO 89 Howe St., Methuen CHARLES CARPENTER 749 Pearse St., Swansea JOSEPH CARRIER 64 Thomas St., New Bedford DAVID F. CASEY Crescent Rd , Concord R. E. CADTALDINI 223 Mountain Rd., North Wilbraham BERNARD R. CAULEY 3 Laurel Street, Holyoke DAVID A. CABERLY 121 Linebrook Rd., Ipswich JOHN B. CHAFFEE JR. 33 Wall St., Wellesley THOMAS CHALMERS 29 Queen Circle, S. Had ley Falls RICHARD CHAMBERLAND 56 St. Louis Ave., Willimanset ROBERT J. CHANDLER 36 Coles Meadow Rd., Northampton FRANKLIN P. CHAPMAN 3 Duxbury Rd ., Mattapan JAMES T. CHARLTON 75 Charles St., Fitchburg BRADFORD S. CHASE 46 Barnum St., Taunton RALPH P. CHASE JR. Hampshire H. B3, U of M, Amherst EARL G. CHENEY 71 Morse Ave., Brockton PETER B. CHILDS North Main St., CenterviHe DOMENICA A. CHIOTA ' 22 Genesee St., Revere RONALD K. CHIPMAN Off Country Rd., Orleans L. B. CHISHOLM JR. 72 Bowers Ave., Maiden ALAN V. CHRISTENSON 9 King Ave., Florence GEORGE T. CHRISTIE 283 Ivy St., Kearney, N.J. ROBERT J. CHUCKA 81 Craiwell Ave., W.Springfield WALTER F. CISLO 75 G St., Turners Falls CATHLEEN F. CLARK 45 Walnut St., Northampton GUY W. CLARK Concord St., Carlisle HELEN A. CLARK Village St., Millis KENNETH M. CLARK Hopper Rd ., Williamstown LUCY CLARK 28 Borroughs St ., Jamaica Plain KENNETH E. CLARKSON 72 North Main St., Oakdale RICHARD W. CLEMENT 7 Westley Drive, Leicester EDWARD R. CLEMONS 16 Fiske St ., Shrewsbury ROBERT R. CLIFFORD 77 Hastings St., Greenfield JANICE L. COCKBURN 635 Hancock St., Abingtcjn JAMES A. CODERRE 290 Bay Rd., R.F.D. 1, Hadley ALLEN G. COHEN 40 Ruby Ave., Marbleheod DOLERES COHEN 5 7 Boutelle St., Fitchberg EVELYN C. COHEN 21 Dartmouth St., Lawrence RICHARD P. COLEMAN 94 Grafton St., Arlington THOMAS H. COLEMAN R.F.D. 3, Amherst JOHN M. COMALLI Marble St., Lee KENNETH A. CONDON 23 Ridge Ave., Dedham EDWARD J. CONNELLY 1 Castle St., Waltham GEORGE E. CONNOR JR. 1 Marlboro Rd., Holyoke MICHAEL S. CONROD 40 Ridge St., Waban JAMES N. CONWAY JR. 35 Stevens Rd., Melrose DONALD F. COOK 68 Grant St., Waltham HAROLD F. COOPER Leominster Rd., E. Princeton MICHAEL L. CORVIN 135 Leyfred Terrace, Springfield GEORGE R. COURNOYER State Road, Vineyard Haven VINCENT COUSINEAU 340 Pleasant St., Holyoke NANCY A. COYLE 11 Parsons Road, Quincy DIGHT W. GRAIN 9 Lincoln St., Natick EDWARD E. CRANE 4 Columbian St., S. Weymouth MURIEL L. CROCKETT 150 Grant St., N. Attleboro WILLIAM J. CROTTY 52 Highland Rd., Somerville HOWARD A. CROWE R.F.D. 3, Attleboro LEE B. CROWELL 2 2 Rowell St., Dorchester EDWARD E. CROWLEY 20 North St., Suffield, Conn. GERALD F. CROWLEY 274 Peral St., Springfield ALLAN D. CROWTHER 605 Pond St., Weymouth JOHN M. CRYAN 8 Hayden Rd., Saugus DAVID J. CULLEN 30 Lowden St., Pittsfield PETER W. CURRA Autumn Circle, Canton MICHAEL P. CURRAN 543 Beech St., Holyoke CHARLES A. CURRY JR. 62 Spruce St., Framingham Ct. MARILYN GUSHING 16 Shattuck St., Greenfield ROBERT J. CUTLER 9 Elm St., Maynard WEBSTER CUTTING Maynard Rd., R.F.D., S. Sudbury ELIZABETH CZAPRAN 749 Dight St., Holyoke RALPH J. D ' AMATO JR. 225 Springfield, North Agawam HENRY R. D ' AMELIA 31 Grove St., Wilbraham JOHN P. DARCY 108 Magnolia St., Boston FRANCIS E. DAGENAIS 711 Belleville Ave., New Bedford JAMES T. DALEY 106 Twichell St., Athol PETER J. DALTON JR. 14 High St., Westboro DONALD G. DAVENPORT R.F.D. 1, Shelburne Falls ESTHER DAVENPORT 105 Mechanic St., Shelburne Falls LEVI O. DAVENPORT JR. P.O. R.F.D. I, Griswoldville LAWRENCE DAVIDOFF 38 South Williams St., Haverhill PHYLLIS J. DEACON 99 Independence Ave., Quincy BERUT DEDINAS 97 Norwood St., Greenfield STEPHEN E. DEHL Brookdale Ave., Methuen JOSEPH R. DELAMETER 169 Goldsmith St., Littletown JOSEPH T. DELEO 119 Murdock St., Brighton LOUIS DEMASELLIS 61 Cottage St., East Boston RICHARD DEMERJIAN 7 Richmond Ave , Milford EDWARD G. DENTON C ' odman Road, Lincoln JOHN E. DERBY JR. Great Road, Stow THOMAS F. DERBY 6 Academy R o d, Leominster ROBERT DESROCHERS 603 Gratton St., Chicopee Falls PAUL E. DESROSIERS 836 Liberty St., Springfield ROBERT J. DEVALLE 22 Hudson St., Natick JUDITH M. DEWHIRST 63 Washington St., S. Groverland DONALD DICKERMAN 63 Jefferson Ave., Chelsea D.A. DIGIAMMARINO Suffolk Ho. 3,U of M, Amher st JOHN DIGIAMMARINO 131 Russell St., Maiden ADELINE DIIORIO 40 Bradford Rd., Watertown RAYMOND R. DINITTO 905 Broadway St., Revere LEONARD P. DIPROFIO 9 Harrison Ave., Westboro STEPHEN G. DIZEK 86 Maple St., Holyoke J AMES F. DODD 396 Chestnut St., Springfield NANCY R. DODKIN 2 Granite St,, Foxboro DOROTHY BLAIRSTOW 44 Market St.. Northampton DAVID P. DONALDSON 7 Lodge Ave., Saugus JOHN T. DONOGHUE 33 Chestnut St., Holyoke CAROLYN DOUTHIT North Main St., Petersam JAMES E. DOWD 480 Chestnut St., Holyoke ALFRED C. DREW JR. 58 St. Marks Rd., Dorchester GERALD C. DREWES 33 Peersklll Ave., Springfield SHIELA J. DRISCOLL 69 Pelley St., Gardner MYRNA R. DUBBRIN 36 Isabella St., Holyoke MICHAEL H. DUBE 24 Lorraine Ave., S. Hadley Falls ROBERT DUCKWORTH Shutesbury Rd., East Leverett THEODORE R. DUDLEY 127 Palmer Ave., Falmouth FRANCIS J. DUGUAY 1060 Main St., Athol THOMAS L. DUMPHY 80 Shamrock Rd., Springfield LESLIE R. DUNLOP JR. 25 Nutting Ave., Amherst ROLAND P. DUPREY 27 Sylvan St., Worcester CHARLES L. DURFEE 26 Overlook Rd., Pittsfield JOHN W. DURFEE Hillcrest Place, Amherst ROLAND A. DUSSEAULT 7 Kurts Place, Taunton ROBERT L. DUSTY R.F.D. 3, Amherst ROBERT C. DUVAL 84 Meadow St., North Adams RICHARD DVORIN 53 Osborne Terrace, Newark, N.J. DONALD D. DWIGHT 326 Somers Rd., East Longmeadow HORATIO N. DYER 14 Park St., Greenfield JOAN M. DYLESKl 12 Dorchester St., Lawrence JOANNE E. EARLE 21 Warwick St., Lynn HELEN EATON Lorlng Ave., West Dennis WILLIAM H. EATON JR. 586 Main St., Wilbraham DOROTHY A. EGAN 11 Mulberry St., Leeds CHARLES EHRENBERG 601 Belmont Ave., Springfield CARLE ELLIS Central St., Montague STANLEY L. ELMAN 52 Summitt Ave., Brookline GERALD L. EMERALD 399 Silver St.-, Greenfield DONALD H. EMERO 10 Amero Court, Gloucester WILLIAM C. EMSLEY 66 Park St., Taunton LINDA F. ENGLISH Forest St., Middletown JOHN E. ENOS 67 Eastern Ave., Gloucester MARY W. ERHARD Barstow St., Mattapoisett BARBARA A. ERNEST 659 N. Chicopee St., Fairview LEROY G. ESTEY Comeau Rd., North Reading GLENNIS ANNE EVANS 60 Southworth St., W. Springfield JOHN H. FAHEY 558 Brook St., Framingham MARGARET E. FARRELL 20 Bennett St., Natick ROBERT C. FELDT 58 Oxford St., Auburn LILA M. FERGUSON 14 Edgell St., Gardner MEREDITH FERNALD 12 Andy Road, Worcester MARIE F. FERRI 192 Mystic Valley Winchester CHARLES FESSENDEN 64 Wallingford Ave., Athol CLIFFORD C. FIFIELD 110 Meadow St., North Amherst DONALD V. FINLAY 6 Hood Ave., Quincy IRWIN N. FISHER 15 Greycliffe Rd., Brighton LOUISE A. FISHER 15 Philip St., Medfield MALCOLM A. FISKE Main St., Montague WILLIAM FITZGERALD 9 D Street, Whitinsville SALLY L. FLAGG 718 Bedford St., E. Bridgewater JOHN J. FLAHERTY 47 Mountain Ave ., Norwood MARCIA FLEMMING 652 Newport Ave., S. Attleboro CHARLOTTE M. FLEURY 254 Main St., Holyoke THOMAS F. FLYNN 14 Westlake Road, Natick JEREMIAH A. FOLEY 7 Ralph Ave., S. Hadley Falls ROBERT T. FOLEY 17 Hammond St., Gloucester MAYNARD C. FORBES 384 Main St., West Concord DONALD J. FORRESTER 199 Union St., Mansfield AUGUSTE H. FORTIN JR. 14 Norwood Ave., Fitchburg ERNEST J. FORTIN JR. 27 Allen St., W. Springfield AIME C. FOUNTAINS 13 Nichols St., Gardner ALBERT Y. FOURNIER 2 Washington St., Amesbury P. V. FRATTALLONE 41 Albe St., Fitchburg RICHARD FREDERICKSON 7 West St., Melrose RAYMOND R. FREEMAN 39 Pratt Ave., North Weymouth RAYMOND T. FREEMAN Box 5 Stockbridge, Amherst CARLOS FREITAS 357 Davis St., New Bedford A. PHILIP FRENCH Middle Street, Amherst JAMES E. FREY 32 Florida Drive, Holyoke BARRY H. FRIEDMAN 18 Churchill St., Brookline ROY W.. FRITZ 54 Melville St., Springfield ROBERT W. FROST 170 West Main St., Georgetown DAVID L. FULLER Main St., Orleans RICHARD F. FURSA 129 Pearl St., Holyoke WALTER F. FURTEK JR. 24 Roosevelt Ave., Chicopee PRISCILLA R. GAGE 510 Waverly Oak Rd., Waltham DAVID T. GALBRAITH RLFLDL 1 Box 78 A, Colrain JOHN L. GALLAGHER JR. 3 17 Reed St., New Bedford CHARLES J. GAMBLE 21 Gold St., Rochdale RICHARD H. GAMBLE 234 Mt.. Pleasant St., New Bedford PETER B. GANNON Dudleyville Rd., N. Leveret RAYMOND L. GARBIEL " School St., Sunderland MARILYN S. GAULL 7 Leonard Rd., Sharon DONALD GAUTHIER 9 Fiske St., Southbridge JOHN F. GEORGE 7 Leyland St., Dorrhester IRA E. GETCHELL JR. Turnpike St., South Easton KENNETH GETCHELL 360 North St., Bridgewater ROBERT GIANFERANTE 4 1 Central St., Hingham JACK S. GIANINO 48 Staniford St., Boston JOHN L. GIBBONS JR. 238 Walnut St., Holyoke ROBERT E. GIBBS 55 School Ave., Stoughton MELVYN G. GIGUERE Off Groton St., East Pepcerell EDWARD J. GILBODY 253 Highland Ave., Quincy RICHARD C. GILGUT 259 Lincoln Ave., Amherst RONALD W. GINGRAS 550 Summer St., Holyoke HARRY L. GINSBERG 1360 Boylston St., Boston RONALD GILPATRICK 655 McKinstry Ave., Chicopee Falls HARRY J. GITTES 107 University Rd., Brookline BETTE A. GIUFFRE 779 Bridge St., Northampton RICHARD S. GOLAS 9 Knipfer Ave., Easthampton STEPHEN E. GOLDMAN 80 Brown Ave., Holyoke IRENE M. GOLDSTEIN 86 Manchester Rd., Newton Highlands LAWRENCE J. GOLLER we St St., Hatfield ROGER S. GOOD 48 Hereford St., Boston DONALD J. GOODWIN Box 116, New Salem ROBERT L. GOODWIN 29 Dunham Ave., Ware DOUGLAS GORANSSON R.F.D.215 1, Amherst JANET C. GORMAN 30 Arlingham St., Holyoke RICHARD A. GORTON 8 Crapo St., Taunton RUDOLF GOTTSCHLICH 18 Pine St., Warren CAROLYN GOWING 89 Union St., Franklin LEE N. GOYETTE 122 Copperfield JOSEPH R. GRAHAM II 76 Summer St., Maynard RAYMOND GRANDCHAMP 258 Pine St., Holyoke JANET T. CLARK 51 Bliss St., West Springfield DONALD A. GRAVES Union St., Montague ELIZABETH A. GRAVES Warren Ave., Shirley LEONARD S. GREEN W. Brookfield " Rd., N. Brookfield LEWIS B. GREEN 440 Hillside Ave., Holyoke VIVIAN GREEN 7 Glenhill Rd., Mattapan ROBERT F. GRIFFIN 6 Park Ave., Holyoke DORIS T. GRIMES 48 Thompson St., Springfield HENRY R. GROEBE 311 Ash St., New Bedford CHARLES R. GROOME 153 Main St., Foxboro GILBERT W. GUERTIN 5 Carisbrooke St., Andover RICHARD GUGLIELMI 176 Hopedale St., Hopedale EDWIN A. HAAPAOJA 68 Halford St., Gardner RICHARD G. HAAS College Highway, Southwick THOMAS W. HACKETT 4 Columbian Rd., South Weymouth ERWIN G. HAIGIS JR. 100 High St., Turners Falls BARBARA M. HALEY 30 Lathrop St., W. Springfield JOHN D. HALFORD JR. 10 Smith St., Marblehead HENRY B. HALL 580 Tremont St., Taunton RICHARD A. HAM 20 Tremont St., Brockton ROBERT L. HAMELIN 82 Rivers Ave., Willimansett MARTIN J. HAMILTON 34 Park St., Adams JOAN F. HAMM 304 S. Main St., E. Longmeadow HAROLD T. HANDLEY E. Leverett Rd., Leverett GEORGE W. HANDY JR. Tremont St., Rehoboth LOIS E. HANLON 45 Woodcliffe Rd., Quincy CHARLES D. HANSON Mixon Rcl_, Framingham RICHARD H. HARDING 18 Bishops Lane, Lynnfield WAYNE HARDING Westwood Ave., Old Tappan, N.J. PRISCILLA HARLING 54 Keith St., W. R oxbury CLIFFORD C. HARMON 38 Court St., Winchendon ELEANOR A. HARRAHY 8 Wayne Terrace, Worcester ELEANOR J. HARRIS 7 Forest Court, Lexington SUSAN W. HARRIS 24 Greenwood Ave., Swampscott WILLIAM D. HARTWELL 9 Wingate Rd., Wellesley EDWARD K. HASSETT West St., Lunenburg JOSEPH R. HASWELL 400 Broadway, Methuen ROBERT C. HATCH 900 Tolland St., E. Hartford, Conn. PHILIP E. HAWKINS 187 Milk St., Fitchburg KENNETH R. HAYNES JR. 253 River Rd., Hudson MARION S. HAYWARD 243 Foundry St., South Easton SUSAN A. HEARTY 227 Clark St., North Andover LEONARD R. HEBERT West St., Amherst MARTIN E. HEBERT 1646 Housatonic St., Pittsfield GAIL S. HEINOLD 14 Ash St., Clinton KATHERINE S. HEMLIN Simonds Rd., Ashby RAYMOND P. HEON 12 Wellington St., Worcester RICHARD L. HERRICK 60 Laurel St., Fairhaven WARREN C. HERRICK, JR. 36 W. Emerson St ., Melrose RICHARD A. HOWES 35 Bowker St., Lexington RONALD E. HIGBY C2 Suffolk House, Amherst MARY V. HILL 18 A Horton St., Attleboro JOHN F. HILLARD JR. 25 Madison Ave., Northampton CAROL A. HINES 1561 Great Plains Ave., Needham FLETCHER E. HIXiSON Hampshire H 2, U of M, Amherst DAVID J. HJERPE 48 Garfield Rd. , Melrose ROBERT A. HOFFMAN 20 McKone St., Dorchester WILLIAM G. HOGARTH 66 Ellicott St., Needhom CHARLES F. HOLBROOK 14 Eaton Court, Wellesley Hill PHILLIP B.. HOLMES 94 North St., Andover JOHN HOLOWCHUCK 111 Tenth St., Springfield PATRICIA J. HOLT 5 04 Haverhill St., Lawrence WARREN A. HOOKWAY JR. 9 Pinewood Ave., Billerica HAROLD H. HOPFE R.F.D. 2, Palmer DANIEL S. HORGAN JR. 17 Garden St., Auburn ELLEN L. HOWARD 1267 Main St., Acushnet HENRY E. HOWES Corporation Road, Dennis HAZEL C. ROWLAND 2 13 Alden Rd., Fairhaven BERT A. HUBLEY 99 Thornton Rd., Waltham LAURENCE A. HUGHES 22 Flora St., Brookline WILLIAM M. HULBERT R.F.D., South Sudbury CAROLE D. HUMPHREY 80 Walker Rd., Swamscott ROBERT E. HUMPHREY E. Pleasant St., R.F.D 3, Amherst AUDREY G. HUMPHRISS 26 High St., Easthampton ROBERT M. HURST 16 Sycamore Rd, , Brockton COSMO C. INSALACO 49 Brookline St., Watertown GEORGE E. IRVINE 191 River Rd., Hudson CHRISTOPHER IVUSIC 784 Beacon St., Boston FLORENCE JACINTO 892 Center St., Middleboro JOYCE M. JACKMAN 15 Woodland St., Whitinsville MARY J. JACKSON 3 7 Oliver Rd., Belmont MELVIN P. JAFFE I 1 Park St., Brookline ARTHUR E. JAMES Riverside, Gl U ROBERT JAMIESON R.F.D. Mendon Rd., South Attleboro LOIS A. JANVRIN 5 Second St., Ringe Island, Salisbury RICHARD A. JARVI Townsend Hill, Townsend ELI ZABETH A. JASON 12 Long Ave., Belmont MELVIN E. JENKINS JR. 189 Silver St., Greenfield RALPH JENKIND II CarroUton Ave., N. Dartmouth LENDON C. JENNINGS 71 Mount Vernon St., Haverhill CAROL D. JEPSON 769 Grove St., Worcester MARILYN J. JESTER 315 Arnold St., New Bedford MELVIN D. JOHNSON Hanover St., Hanover ROBERT A. JOHNSON 317 Burncoat St., Worcester RICHARD L. JONES 301 Pond St., South Braintree THOMAS A. JONES 14 Melvin Ave., Brighton DANIEL W. JORDAN 939 State St., Springfield PHYLLIS A. JORDAN Reservation Rd., Easthampton RICHARD R. JOSLYN 31 Euclid St., Easthampton MICHEL W. JUTRAS 527 Armory St., Springfield DAVID M. KAHN 222 Mountain Ave., Maiden ANDREW KALINICK 89 Lincoln Ave., Amherst ELEANOR T. KALLINS II Raingley Rd., Greenfield BERNARD J. KAMINSKI 28 Summit Ave., Salem JACK G. KAUFMANN 234 Reed St., New Bedford HILARY KAULL Box 445, Dennis KATHERINE E. KEARNS 10 Cedar St., Hingham ROBERT F. KEARNS 31 Acme Place, Springfield DONALD K. KEEGAN 2 Maple St., Three Rivers WILLIAM S. KEELER Putnam Hill, Sutton RICHARD A. KEENE 231 Forest St., Methuen WILLIAM P. KELLEHER 44 Meredith St., Springfield ALAN T. KELLEY 28 Country Drive, Beverly BARBARA J. KELLOWAY 220 Central St., Georgetown BRENDA L. KELLY 276 Central St., Mansfield RICHARD C. KEMP Depot Rd., Princeton ALBERT R. KENDRICK Bear River Rd., Ashfield DAVID D. KENEFICK 14 Gardner Rd., Norwood JAMES J. KENNEDY 28 Abbey St., South Hadley Falls JOHN C. KENEDY 40 Baker St., Foxboro ROBERT W. KENNEDY 142 Jackson Parkway, Holyoke RICHARD J. KEOUGH 8 School St., Medway WILLIAM J. KEPPER 54 Washington St., Milton THOMAS R. KERR 475 Washington St., Gloucester JOSEPH A. KERSAVAGE 100 Chestnut St., Athol DORIS A. KIES1.ING III Edgewood Ave., Methuen RICHARD W. KILLEN 29 Buckingham Rd., North Andover GORDON C. KIMBALL 191 Foster St., Littleton ROBERT P. KIMBALL 910 East Broadway, Haverhill HOWARD D. KING JR. 10 Taber St., Fairhaven RUTH A. KINGHAM 130 School St., New Bedford ROBERT L. KINNEY 811 Plymouth St., Middleboro KENNETH A. KIPNES 128 Capen St., Dorchester RONALD W. KIRKMAN 244 Howe St., Methuen ROBERT L. KLEIN 138 N. Main St., E. Longmeadow ROBERT H. KNIGHT 74 State St., Northampton GEORGE B. KNOWLES Box 126, Dartmouth THOMAS JOHNSTON JR. Bay Path Rd., Bolton PAUL KOLLIOS 1055 Pleasant St., Worcester ROBERT M. KOWALSKI West Street, West Hatfield DAVID P. KRANER 2 Elmwood Court, Winthrop SIDNEY P. KRASNOO Commonwealth Ave, Allston ANDREW S. KRATT 139 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls JOHN C. KRISTOFF Greenland Rd., Sterling Junction EARL C. KUKULA 18 Hillcrest Homes, Turners Falls JOHN S. KULPINSKI 49 Lowell St., West Springfield WILLIAM G. KWEDER R.F.D. 2, Amherst PHILLIP H. KYROUZ 8 Koombs St., Middleboro ALBERT V. LAAKSO 5 Winthrop At ., Peabody ELEANOR A. LABELLE 164 Dresser St., Southbridge JOHN W. LABELLE 36 Haskell Ave., Leominster BARBARA L. LABINS 1082 River St., Hyde Park JOAN R. LACK 14 Francis St., Everett JOHN R. LACY 122 Chicomansett, Willimansett DOROTHY G. LADUE 172 East St., Wrenthem NORMAND D. LAFLAMME 22 Shirley St., Chicopee Falls JOHN M. LAFONTANA 34 Castle Hill Ave., Great Barrington THOMAS R. LALLY 15 Argonne St., Quincy RUSSELL C. LANCTO 37 Linden St., Williamstown DAVID J. LANE 116 Union St., North Andover HARRY G. J ANE Bell Brook Farm, Oakham ELIZABETH LANGLOIS 46 Cooper St., Agawam PAUL W. LANGWAY 80 McCracken Rd., Millbury PAULINE F. LANOE 36 Cross St., E. Bridgewater MERRITT G. LAPLANTE 19 Mayfaie St., Worcester LOUIS LAPOINTE JR. 12 Cressy St., Beverly RICHARD P. LAPOLICE 40 Kendrick Place, Amherst CAROLYN LARSON II Beltram Terrace, Maiden PETER W. LARSON 430 Pine St., Leicester ROBERT L. LARSON Mayfair Caloney, S. Dennis CLARENCE J. LASONDE 16 Belmont Ave., Northampton R. L. LAVALLEE JR. Main St., Wilkinsonville RICHARD C. LAVIGNE 34 Reed St., Pittsfield GRANT W. LAW 67 Rdbbins St., Milton JAMES M. LAWRENCE Hollis St., Groton PHILLIP C. LAWTON 62 Summer St., Athol JOHN L. LAYPORT 12 Wheeler St., Worcester PAUL W. LEATHE 63 Purchase St., Danvers PAUL R. LEDOUX 26 King St., North Brookfield ARTHUR L. LELAND 327 E. Central St., E. Bridgewater CLINTON C. LEONARD 11 Willow St., W. Bridgewater LOIS A. LESTAN 623 Route I, Walpole PETER A. LEVENSON 10 Hadwen Lane, Worcester ALAN D. LEVIN 364 Riverway, Boston DAVID D.. LICCIARDI 43 Park St., Lawrence ROBERT H. LINDQUIST Mill Valley Rd., Belchertown STUART W. LINDQUIST 21 Rowena St., Worcester IAN B. LINDSEY ISA Farwell Place, Cambridge JORDAN LINER 44 Griggs Terrace, Brookline JOANNE M. LISSACK 33 Eastern Ave., Lynn CHRISTOPHER LITTLE Union St., North Marshfield GEORGE D. LITZEN 572 Main St., Bridgewater JAMES C. LIVESEY 1651 Mass Ave., North Adams NELSON W. LONG 11 High St., Monson HUBERT A. LORETAN 142 North Orange St., Athol ROBERT D. LORING 79 Glades Rd., Scituate ARTHUR R. LOWDEN 172 Main St., South Acton RITA M. LOWELL 7 Union St., Onset RAPHAIL A. LUMENTI 94 West St., Milford WILLIAM LUNDSTROM 103 McCarthy Ave., Cherry Valley MICHAEL LUNIEWICZ 29 Belmont Ave., Northampton JAMES S. LYMAN 158 Silver St., Greenfield PATRICIA A. LYNCH 18 Louise Rd., Belmont WILLIAM M. LYONS 17 Moseley Rd., Newburyport WINSTON MACDONALD 91 Cottage St., Athol RICHARD D. MACIOLEK 223 Elm St., E. Longmeadow GEORGE MACKERTICH 32 Hollis St., S. Weymouth CYNTHIA MACKNIGHT 275 North St., Dalton DEIRDE J. MACLEOD 215 Exchange St., Millis RICHARD R. MACMAHON 151 Lowell Ave., Newtonville RICHARD E. MACMASTER 16 Gates Court, Auburn WILLIAM E. MACQUINN 88 Union St., South Weymouth KATHERINE MAGUIRE 15 Arlington St., Pittsfield ARTHUR J. MAHONEY 59 Cross St., Lawrence MARY E. MAHONEY 20 School St., Norwood MARION A. MANDILE 11 Chesley Rd., Newton Centre JEANNE M. MANGO 7 Ashley St., Westfield MARGARET C. MANNINGS 8 Wells Ave., Amesbury ALICE C. MANNING 14 Richwood St., West Roxbury DAVID H. MANSFIRLD 18 Wilson Place, Abington SYLVIA A. MARAND 276 Mechanic St., Southbridge ROBERT W. MARQUIS 6 Westchester Rd., Newton MARSHALL MARR Main St., Bolton RAYMOND H. MARR Still River JOSEPH L. MARRING 26 Solferino St., Worcester GEORGE H. MARSTON 8 7 Stoughton Rd., Dedham JEAN I. MARSTON 49 Whitman Rd., Worcester ROBERT A. MARSTON 323 E. Pleasant St., Amherst V. J. MARTEKA JR. 95 Hecla St., Uxbridge CHARLES A. MARTIN 37 Oakhill Rd., Weymouth DONALD W. MARTIN 264 Lincoln St., Franklin FRED A. MARTIN Windsor Rd., Chesire WILLIAM P. MARTYN 33 Wolcott St., Holyoke KARL MASON 32 Kingston St., Indian Orchard LOUISE C. MASON 1 Airport Drive, Worcester ROBERT G. MASON Merriam Drive, Princeton RUDOLPH P. MASSARO 1 Moreland Place, Everett ANTHONY MASULAITIS Box 76, Wheelwright EDWIN MATUSKO 123 Williams St., Northampton JOSEPH E. MAUGER JR. 1 Appian Way, Allston JOHN J. MACATEER 87 Lincoln St., Melrose WILLIAM McBANE 15 Rock St., Middleboro GEORGE McCAFFERTY 19 Elm Court, Andover DAVID L. McCarthy Newton St., Southboro EUGENE F. McCarthy 41 Ridgewood Ave., Northampton JOHN A. McCarthy 403 Lafayette St., Salem WILLIAM T. McCarthy Lowell Rd., Groton DONALD R. McCOMB 20 Washington St., Norwood s. M. McDonald 13 Nichols Rd., Needham WILLIAM Mcdonough 31 Sylvia Rd., Lexington WILLIAM H. McGRAIL 749 Pleasant St., Worcester THOMAS S. McGUIRE 19 Bay State Rd., Holyoke KATHLEEN C. McKAY Taylor St., Granby RAYMOND E. McKAY 357 South St., Foxboro ALICE J. McMONAGLE 7 Western Ave., Hull JOSEPH A. McNeill Belchertown Rd., Ludlow J. KEVIN McNIFF 207 LaGrange St., West Roxbury ALICE R. McTIERNAN 360 White St., Springfield PATRICIA A. MELLO 335 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford MALCOLM J. MELTZER 192 Shurtleff St., Chelsea ANN MERRIAM 59 Shattuck St., Greenfield VINCENT J. MESSINA Suffolk E 3, U of M, Amherst LOUIS J. MIAZGA 727 Main St., Amherst SELMA Z. MICHAELS 28 Woolson St., Mattapan ROGER N. MILLEN 63 Brookledge St., Roxbury BETTE V. MILLER Fort Hoosic Place, Williamstown EDMUND J. MILLER 9 Danberry St., Washington, D.C. MARSHA F. MILLER 171 Dayton St., Springfield BARBARA L. MILLS 248 Three Rivers Rd., N. Wilbraham BRUCE L. MILNA 46 Elm St., Pittsfield RAYMOND S. MILOWSKI Northfield Rd., Bernardstown BARRY MINSKY 19 Fowler St., Dorchester BURTON I. MINSKY 19 Fowler St., Dorchester EDWARD J. MOAKLER 119 Edendale St., Springfield ALLEN F. MOENCH 215 Albermarle St., West Newton LEONARD J. MONIZE 120 Seabury St., New Bedford ROBERTA A. MONIZ 43 Liberty St., New Bedford H. P. MONTMINY JR. 2 Beverly Rd., Arlington JOHN G. MOORE 501 Clarendon St., Syracuse, N.Y. THOMAS L. MORGAN 280 Pleasant St., Holyoke WILLIAM J. MORIARTY Route 116, Sunderland GEORGE A. MORIN JR. 116 Mechanic St., Spencer ROGER E. MORIN 9 Smith St., South Hadley Falls NORMA E. MORLOCK 161 Central Ave., Medford JOHN J. MORRIS 15 Partridge Rd., Wellesley EMILY A. MORRISON 178 Morgan St., Holyoke WILLIAM A. MORRISON 178 Morgan St., Holyoke J. J. MORRONE JR. 1 Rockingham Place, Worcester ROBERT J. MOYNIHAM 45 Ralph ' St., Springfield JOSEPH M. MULVEY 34 Windsor Rd., North Quincy GEORGE B. MUNROE 58 South St., Williamsburg EDWARD MURACHVEK 8 5 Francis St., Everett EDWARD MURPHY 119 Essex St., Indian Orchard JAMES A. MURPHY 31 Century St., Medford JOAN J. MURPHY 273 Dedhara St., Newton PETER NAPIERKOWSKI 52 Welles Ave., Dorchester MARTIN B. NEE Hampshire House J 2, U of M , Amherst JOHN S. NEEDS 510 Somersett Ave., Taunton CAROL A. NEGUS 128 Summer St., New Bedford CHARLES E. NEHRING 232 Kennedy St., Northampton ALLAN P. NELSON East Pleasant St., Amherst DONALD W. NELSON Mandon St., Upton JOAN E. NELSON 9 Circle Drive, Barrlngton, R.I. GILBERT NERSESIAN 11 Marwood Rd., Worcester RICHARD G. NEUMANN Mill St., Marion ROSANNA NEWELL 2 13 Washington St., Leominster WENDY NICHOLS 15 Greenough St., Brookline WILLIAM S. NICHOLS College Highway, Southampton JUDITH A. NOBBS 17 Ashley St., Springfield RICHARD W. NORCROSS 42 Shirley Rd., Waltham ROBERT C. NORMAN 356 Main St., Millbury CAROLE J. NORRIS 106 Greenleaf Ave., W. Springfield GEORGE F. NORTHWAY 36 Bailey Ave., Saugus PATRICIA A. NOVAK 422 Elm St., Hatfield ROBERT S. NOWAK 22 Howard St., Ludlow NANCY R. NOWELL 77 Elm St., Methuen DAREL C. NOWERS Hospital Rd., Medfield DAVID G. NOWERS Hospital Rd., Medfield PHILIP NYMAN 60 Sutherland Rd., Brighton J ANICE M. O ' BRIEN 98 Auburn St., Brockton FRANCIS O ' CONNELL Chicomansett Village, WlUimansett JAMES P. O ' CONNELL 70 Central St., Turners Falls MARY A. O ' CONNELL 37 Endicott St., Newton Highlands RICHARD O ' CONNELL Hampshire Heights Apt. 2, Northampton JOHN P. O ' KEEFE 113 Ferry St., Everett JOSEPH D . O ' KEEFE 28 Columbus Ave., Newburyport ROBERT F. O ' REILLY 135 Market St., Brockton LAWRENCE M. O ' TOOLE 3137 Riverside Ave., Somerset DOUGLAS M. ODERMATT Lewis St., Marion FRANK OLBRYCH JR. 613 Memorial Drive, Chicopee Falls F. M. OLCHOWSKI 60 G Street, Turners Falls CHARLES W. OLIVE JR. 29 Marion Rd., Belmont GAIL OLLERHEAD 124 Auburn St., Auburn OTTO B. OLSEN Oak Hill Rd., Pepperell DAVID A. OLSON 14 Linda Ave., Auburn VON W. ORTON 266 Willow, Mansfield DONALD H. OSBORNE 6 York Rd., Belmont ROBERT G. OSBORNE 77 Sugar Loaf St., S. Deerfield WILLIAM H. OSGOOD Depot Rd., Leverett EDWARD C. OSMOND State Rd., East Wayland MARGUERITE A. OTERl 38 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre BERNARD F. OTTERSON 9 Granite St., Wellesley CHARLES K. S. OVIAN 38 Elm St., Whitinsville DAVID A. OZELLA 89 N. Main St,, N. Bellingham VICTOR A. PADDOCK 22 Arapahoe Rd., West Newton WAYNE S. PAIGE 36 Tridngle St., Amherst T. C. PALIZZOLO JR. 484 Main St., Lynnfield Center ERNEST PALUCA JR. Red Ledge, Southampton HILDA L. PANALL Lincoln St., Norwell DONALD T. PAGUIN 45 Leicester St., Auburn NORMAN L. PARENT 128 Montgomery St., Westfield RICHARD E. PARENT 118 Mass. Ave., Springfield DIANNE B. PARKER 4 Marigold Ave., Wellesley JUDITH C. PARKER 119 Hamilton Ave., Lynn ROBERT L. PARKER 205 Lynn St., Peabody ANN B. BLAISDELL University Farmhouse, Amherst RACHEL L. PARSONS Millers Falls Rd., Northfield RICHARD G. PARSONS R.F.D. 1 Box 345, Northfield FRANCIS PASTERCZYK 104 Lafayette St., Chicopee Falls PHILIP J. PATENAUDE 112 Fremont St., Taunton NICHOLAS PAWLAK 47 Vine St., Middleboro BEVERLY A. PEACH 102 Payson St., Attleboro MARILYN J. PEACH 28 Pleasant St., Foxboro JACK R. PEARL R.F.D. 3, Bradford ALBERT A. J. PEARSON 176 Morton St., Stoughton JOANNE PECCI 17 Lexington St., Everett ARTHUR C. PECK 56 Revere Parkv ay, Pittsfield MATTHEW C. PEELER River St., Ashburnham EDWARD W. PELIS Raymond Ave., Hatfield EDWARD F. PENSIVY 447 Washington St., Quincy ARTHUR J. PENTTILA 196 West St., Paxton RICHARD R. PERKINS 271 High St., Winchendon MARGARET A. PETERS 61 Ridgev ay St., Springfield JOHN J. PETRAITIS River Rd., Sunderland DONALD F. PETRONE 19 Orange St., Brockton D. F. PETRUZELLA 50 Francis St., Pittsfield FRED C. PHILLIPS 138 Falcon St., East Boston JOHN PICARD Suffolk C 3, U of M, Amherst WILLIAM L. PICKARD South Rd., Pepperell ALAN A. PICKETT 64 Clinton St., New Bedford DAVID B. PIKE Griswoldville KENNETH PILLSBURY 1377 North St., Walpole SANDRA M. PLANK 18 Mountain Drive, Pittsfield JOHN A. POLLARD 23 Mugford St., Marblehead MARY E. POND 15 Leonard St., Agaw am PAUL J. POST JR. 19 Keefe Rd., Acton FRANCIS W. POULIN Wattsquadock Hill, Bolton ALDEN W. POWERS 41 Cottage St., Amherst GILES A. POWERS 20 Summer St., New ton RONALD E. POZZO 727 Pleasant St., Canton WAYNE S. PRAY 337 Elm St., E. Bridgewater DONALD PRESTON 443 Dwfight Ave., Springfield WILLIAM A. PRESTON 4 1 Gray St., Amherst GLADYS PRIBUTSKY 376 Ridge St., Fall River RICHARD M. PRICE JR. 40 Churchill St., Amherst MARGARET H. PROPHET Pleasant St., W. Brookfield RICHARD C. PROUTY 45 Booth Hill Ave., N. Scituate ERNEST A. PROVOST JR. Suffolk J 1, U of M, Amherst EUGENE A. PUKOPEK 54 Brainerd St., South Hadley FRANK W. PUTNAM III 35 Woodbury Lane, Acton EVAN F. QUARTON Trailer Park, U of M, Amherst SUZANNEL QUINLAVIN 28 Wellesley Ave., Wellesley JEANETTE RADOWICZ North Silver Lane, Sunderland KENNETH A. RAINA 96 Yale St., North Adams REINHOLD RASMUSSEN Goodale St., W. Peabody STANLEY RASTALLIS Meadow Rd., Montague DAVID W. RATTRAY 204 Franklin St., Melrose PHYLLIS L. RAWLINS 152 Pine Tree Road, Ithica, N.Y. GORDON W. REID 30 Thorndike St., Beverly PAUL C. RESTUCCIA 270 Jerusalem Rd., Cohassett DUANE S. RICE 160 Baker St., Walpole MARGARET RICHARDS 54 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls BRUCE L. RICHARDSON 4 Countess St., Haverhill JOHN D. RICHARDSON 320 Walnut St., Bridgewater EDWARD RICHARDSON 5 Otis St., Mansfield MARILYN RICHARDSON 27 Colonial Rd., Hingham BERNARD RIEDEL JR. 709 Wapping Rd., Kingston PETER J. RIMSA 96 Hempstead Place, Athol GILBERT RISHTON 424 Dedham St., Wrenthem BARBARA L. ROBBINS Lee Terrace, Williamstown LEE W. BOBBINS JR. 13 Bancroft Park, Hopedale LLOYD B. ROBBINS JR. 140 Adams St., Braintree RICHARD B. ROBBINS 140 Adams St., Braintree HERMAN J. ROCHE 42 East St., Whitinsville CORNELIA ROGERS G.A.R. Highway, Orleans DEBORAH A. ROGERS Strong St., Amherst HENRY F. ROLPHE 83 High Rd., Newbury JACOB M. ROMO 47 Pierpont St., Peabody ROGER A. RONDEAU 251 Grove St., Franklin GERALD P. ROONEY 18 Jones Ave., Wilmington ROBERT C. ROOT 53 Western Ave., Westfield FENWICK C. ROSE Bradley St., Lee CONROD E. ROUSSEAU 12 Merrill Ave., Amesbury ROBERT N. ROUSSEAU 25 Bower St., Holyoke NORBERT RUBINSTEIN 125 University Rd., Brookline ROBERT N. RUEL State St., Granby JOHN E. RUPRE CRT 71 Evergreen St., Kingsto n WILLIAM P. RUPRECHT 7 1 Evergreen St., Kingston STANISLAUS J. RUSEK 12 Staples St., Adams GEORGE K. RUSSELL 112 Robbins Ave., Pittsfield WILLIAM M. RUSSELL South St., Belchertown SONDRA R. SABLE 33 Eleanor Rd., Pittsfield ROBERT ST. FRANCIS 73 Waite Ave., Chicopee LEO I. ST. MARTIN 1340 Main St., Leicester SALVATORE SALIPANTE 42 Gore St., Cambridge MARSHA SAMOYLENKO 37 Duffield St., Auburndale STEPHEN J. SANCHEZ 27 Simon St., Beverly CAROL E. SANDSTROM 132 Longwood Ave., Brockton STEPHEN H. SANFIELD 9 Ocean Terrace, Lynn WILLIAM SANSOUCIE R.F.D. 3, Amherst GEORGINE SARGENT 1 Arbutus Rd., Swampscott THEODORE SARGENT 200 Lowell St., Peabody PHYLLIS SATTER 15 Crowell St., Boston EDWARD S. SCACE 1150 Barker Rd., Pittsfield ANTHONY S. SCALZI 26 Bancroft St., Watertown EDWARD A. SCHMIDT 105 North Summer St., Adams NANCY E. SCHUHLE 30 Chestnut St., Turners Falls DONALD E. SCHULZ 54 Roosevelt Rd., Weymouth ROBERT F. SCHULZ 36 Broadway, Westfield GLORIA SCHWARTZ 12 Fellsmere Rd., Newton ROBERT D. SCHWARTZ 405 Washington St., Brookline PETER J. SCHWARZ 508 Main St., Lynnfield Center NANCY J. SCOBLE French King Highway, Greenfield SUSAN J. SCOFIELD 30 Beltran St., Maiden BEVERLY A. SCOTT 175 Court St., Dedham FREDERIC W. SCOTT Apple Valley, Ashfield SHIELA A. SCOTT 109 High St., Greenfield FAITH J. SEAMANS 176 Cross St., Halifax JOHN J. SEQUIN 728 Main St., Southbridqe MORTON L. SHAEVEL 607 Morton St., Mattapan ELLSWORTH L. SHARPE 84 Spencer St., Agawam CHARLES H. SHAW 228 Farrington St., Quincy DAVID N. SHAW 5 New Hall St., Springfield GEORGE W. SHELDON Birnham Rd., Northfield RICHARD I. SHELDON 346 Ellsbree St., Fall River ALSON E. SHERMAN R.F.D. 137 High St., N. Attleboro LORRAINE M. SHERRY 54 Vineyard Rd., Abington PHILLIP J. SHINE 36 Arvilla Ave., Springfield WILLIAM K. SHRADER 15 Douse Rd., Quincy MARCELLA A. SHUMWAY The Bars, Deerfield MILTON SHUPE 3 Kenilworth Rd., Worcester JOHN SHUTTLEWORTH Hinsdale P.O., Peru DAVID V. SIBEL Route 1, Box 6, Maynard JOAN E. SIEGMUND 7 Chilcott Place, Jamaica Plain PAUL A. SIGNET 474 Maple St., Holyoke BERTRAM E. SILK 31 South St., Brighton JOANNE C. SILLS 19 Euston St., Brookline MARY JANE SILVEIRA 248 Green St., Fairhaven BRUCE C. SILVEN 74 Oakland Ave., Cranston, R.I. RONALD SIMONS Burt St., Norton RICHARD H. SIMPSON 61 High St., Stoneham ROBERT SINDERMANN 52 Phelps Ave., North Adams IRENE V. SIROSKEY No 6 Road, Leverett JOEL F. SISITSKY 34 Shawmut St., Springfield SANFORD A. SLADE 42 West Allen Rd., Springfield JERROLD G. SLAFSKY 18 Mountain St., Sharon RICHARD H. SLATTERY 149 Whitmarsh Ave., Worcester PHILLIP E. SMEAD 171 Colrain St., Greenfield CAROL L. SMITH 245 Arthur St., Springfield JOHN H. SMITH JR. 29 Washington Ave., Holyoke LOUISE E. SMITH 165 Stockbridge St., Amherst ROBERT G. SMITH JR. 598 Main St., South Weymouth SAMUEL E. SMITH Amherst Rd., Sunderland THOMAS N. SMITH 49 Smith St., Amherst WAYNE P. SMITH 2050 Highland Ave., Fall River RONALD E. SNOW 86 Kellog Ave., Amherst WERNER SOHN 43 Warrinve Ave., Springfield FRANK SOUSA Westview Trailer Park, U of M, Amherst CYNTHIA SOWYRDA 68 West Grove St., Middleboro JOSEPH V. SPADAFORA 14 McKinley Terrace, Pittsfield RUTH L. SPAHL 33 Oxford Ave., Dudley FRANK E. SPEAR Stockbridge Hall, Box 5, U of M, Amherst JUNE P. SPEAR 16 Hampton Rd., Natick ROBERTA E. SPEIRS 85 Highland Ave., Wollaston EUGENE L. SPERRY 255 Belmont St., Brockton ROBERTA L. SPILLER 1086 Morton St., Dorchester PETER ST. LAWRENCE 124 Pleasant St., Athol NORMA L. STACKPOLE 227 Chancery St., New Bedford LINDA R. STEINBERG 16 Mayfield St., Springfield JOANNE STEINIERE 333 River Rd., Agawam CYNTHIA L. STETSON 16 Hazen St., Springfield ROBERT B. STEWART 19 Commonwealth Ave., N. Andover ROBERT E. STEWART Westview Trailer Park, Amherst ROBERT H. STODDARD 365 Hamilton St., Leominster MICHAEL C. STOIA 286 Bargen Ave., Kearney, N.J. ELLIOT H. STONE 388 Pleasant St., Belmont PATRICIA JENKINS 189 Silver St., Greenfield RONALD STOTTLEMEYER Western Ave., Essex CHARLES M. STUDLEY 200 North St., Dalton ROBERT STURTEVANT 80 Beech St., Greenfield DANIEL L. SULLIVAN 125 Pond St., South Weymouth EDWARD M. SULLIVAN 171 Green St., Fairhaven JOSEPH L. SULLIVAN 22 HoUis St., Milton GUSTAF J. SUNDQUIST 601 Prospect St., West Boylston PAUL D. SUORSA 59 Pearl St., Amesbury ALLAN B. SYLVESTER 38 Tivertown Parkway, Worcester JOSEPH T. SZEWCZAK Meadow Lane, Housatonic JACQUELI NE TAFT Meeting House Hill Rd., Stejling HENRY T. TAMAGNO 34 Simpson St., Newton GEORGE R. TANGUAY 108 Pelley St., Gardner THOMAS H. TANGUAY 49 Glenn St., Adams RICHARD TANNENBAUM 173 Harris Ave., Hewlitt, N.Y. JOHN J. TARPEY 374 Elm St., Gardner BARBARA L. TATHAM 479 Chestnut St., Lynn BEVERLY A. TATHAM 479 Chestnut St. , Lynn H. R. TATSAPAUGH JR. Clayton Road, Sheffield DONALD TAUB 27 Summer St., Plymouth NANCY TELFER 9p Sagamore Ave., West Medford ROBERT K. TEMPLE Box 550, North Amherst JOHN A. TERO 24 Poland Ave., Winchendon VERONICA M. TETA 99 Chapin Terrace, Springfield RICHARD W. THATCHER 404 Chestnut Hill, Athol WALTER R. THAYER Strainhts Rd., Hatfield BARBARA F. THELIN 8149 California Ave., Whittier, Calif. DAVID A. THOMAS 1818 Grove St., Greenboro, N.C. JESSE L. THOMAS 24 Revere St., Springfield ANNE M. THOMPSON 43 Chickering Rd., Norwood JANE F. THOMPSON 30 Renwick Rd., Melrose RICHARD W. THOMLSON 202 West St., Auburn PETER A. THOMPSON 106 Whitmarsh Ave., Worcester JOHN E. THRONHILL Gate St., Carvar CARL H. THRESHER 6 Spring St., Wakefield ELIZABETH G. TITE 4 Maple St., Charlton City NICHOLAR J. TITONE 9 Marwood Drive, Andover MARTIN S. TOLLINS 39 Pope Hill Rd., Milton ROBERT M. TONRA 42 Station St., Brookline ANN L. TRACY South Rd., Westhampton RICHARD W. TRACY South Rd., Westhampton EDWARD P. TRIDER Suffolk B2, U of M, Amherst KENNETH J. TROMBLY 122 South Walker St., Lowell SHIRLEY TRUCHON 139 Hope St., Greenfield CAROLYN E. TRULL 136 Andover St., Lowell CHARLES E. TRUMBELL Suffolk HI, U of M, Amherst DAVID C. TUCKER 5 00 Argyle Rd., Drexel Hill, Penn. HERBERT A. TUCKER Quaker Highway, Uxbridge JAMES H. TUCKER 30 Burdett Rd., Lynn EARLIDINE M. TUKEY 45 Jackson St., Northampton PHYLLIS A. TURCOTTE 1199 Gratton St., Willimansett GERALD L. TUTTLE School St., Barre RUSSELL C. ULM 135 North Walker St., Taunton PHYLLIS UNDERWOOD 211 Trapelo Rd., Waltham RONALD VACCA 33 School St., Everett ROBERT M. VIERA 51 Robert St., North Dartmouth CHARLES J. WABECK River Rd., East Deerfield EDWIN O. WWGG Byfield Rd., Ashburnham ANTHONY E. WAGNER Suffolk A3, U cf M, Amherst ROBERT O. WAITE 22 Laurel St., East Bridgewciter RICHARD G. WAKEM Chesterfield Rd., Westhampton ROBERT C. WALKER Park St., Westboro ROBERT B. WALKER Tobey Lane, Mattapoisett CONSTANCE L. WALSH 19 Eleanor Rd., Springfield LAWRENCE W. WALSH Rodney French Boulevard, New Bedford THOMAS C. WALSH 25 Williams St., Northampton JANICE L. WARFIELD N. Blandford Rd., Blandford WARREN B. WASHBURN 77 Cedar St., Middleboro JOANNE M. WATMAN 30 Lansing Road, Lynn ALAN P. WATSON 302 Hopkins Place, Longmeadow JAMES R. WATSON 37 Webster St., Ouincy ADELBERT S. WEAVER Cammett Rd., Marstons Mills JOHN A. WEBBER Main St., Rutland RUSSELL WEKKS 5 1 North St., Florence DAVID J. WEINBERG 145 Chalmers St., Springfield CHRISTA WEINBERGER Orleans Inn, Orleans MAURICE C. WEINER 167 Shurtleff St., Chelsea RICHARD J. WEINER 77 Virginia St., Springfield RICHARD I. WEISE 603 Britton St., Fairview ROBERT F. WEISS 30 Upton St., Adams BETTY A. WELLMAN 162 Bowles Park, Springfield ROBERT B. WELLMAN 128 Barnard Ave., Watertown MARTHA WENDALL 548 Bolivar St., Canton DAVID H. WENTWORTH 50 East St., Amherst RONALD C. WERME Suffolk B3, U of M, Amherst JOELLEN WEST Lower Beverly Hills, W. Springfield A. E. WESTLUND JR. 11 Allen St., Gloucester ANNE S. WHALEN 22 Bailey St., Lawrence JANET E. WHITAKER Water St., North Pembroke NANCY B. WHITCOMB 398 Main St., Wareham GERALD E. WHITE I Gates St., Monson ROBERT F. WHITE Box 475 , Mount Herman WILLIAM B. WHITE Box 475, Mount Herman JOSEPH S. WHITING 15 Mount View Drive, Pittsfield PETER E. WHITING 281 Brook St., Framingham THOMAS C. WHITTAKER 12 Maple Ave., Scituate JOYCE WILLIAMS 5 Speen St., Natick MURRAY J. WILLIAMS Granville Rd., Westfield H. E. WILLMAN JR. II Ballard Court, Southbridge PAUL F. WILSON Pines Rd., Box 349, Pinehurst PETER C. WILSON Garland Rd., Concord THOMAS WILSON 437 South Main St., Mansfield LEONARD J. WINN 31 Dunstable Rd., North Chelmsford ROBERT F. WISE Suffolk E2, U of M, Amherst FRANCIS H. WITHAM 23 Common St., Waltham RICHARD A. WITHAM 12 Wyndmere Rd., Milton ROBERT D. WITHAM North Main St., Middletown HARVEY F. WOLFGANG 1078 Piper Rd., W. Springfield LOUIS A. WOLPERT 34 Rowland Terrace, Worcester ALFRED WONG 42 Pleasant St., Northampton DOUGLAS A. WOOD 16 Oxford Terrace, Westwood DOUGLAS A. WOODMAN 409 Essex St., Hamilton JACK F. WOODRUFF College Highway, Southwick JAMES WOODRUFF College Highway, Southwick ROBERT C. WOODRUFF 63 Demond St., Springfield PHILIP C. WOODWORTH King St., Groveland GEORGE S. WORSH 126 Albion St., Rockland DAVID WORTHINGTON 1015 May St., New Bedford JENNIFER WRIGHTSON 266 Mansfield St., Sharon BARBARA K. WYMAN 12 Grenada St., Worcester ANN J. YOUNG Cottage St., Belchertown DAVID B. YOUNG 32 Linnell St., Springfield JAMES L. YOUNG 1374 High Ave., Roslyn, Penna. ELEANOR L. ZAJAC Uxbridge Rd., Mendon RICHARD C. ZEBERT Warwick Ave., Northfield MARY J. ZEH Mill Street, Northboro EUGENE R. ZIEMBA Bowena Corners, Adams SOPHOMORES EDMUND J. ADAMCZYK 4B Jordan St., Adams MARCIA A. ADAMS 3 9 Warren St., Stonehom RONALD A. ADAMS 329 North Main St., E. Longmeadov ROBERT F. ADKINS 354 Webster St., Needham JOHN S. AHEARN 11 Buckingham Rd., Milton ALFRED ALBERGHINI 37 Olive St., Northampton ROBERT J. ALBERTINI 26 Ringman Ave., Mansfield ANN ALDRICH 115 Gloucester St., Arlington FRED E. ALDRICH 75 Park St., Turners Falls CHARLES F. ALESSIO 46 Hawthorne Ave., Pittsfield F. R. ALLAIRE JR. 21 Cotley St., East Taunton CYNTHIA L. ALLEN 46 Main St., Agaviram ADELIA A. ALLIS West Lane, Whately ANN E. ALLYN Main Road, Montgomery INGRID M. AMATUS 27 Pleasant St., Pittsfield DONALD F. AMES 1013 N. Pleasant St., N. Amherst RICHARD F. AMOLING 472 Beech St., Roslindale BEVERLY M. ANDERSON 3 Arborview Rd., Jamaica Plain DAVID A. ANDERSON 42 King Street, Orange JUDITH B. ANDERSON 106 Pearl St., Woburn LYNN W. ANDERSON Birch Hill Rd., Blandford ROBERT W. ANDERSON Box 1 13, Granby RICHARD P. ANDRAS 10 Exchange St , Westfield ELMORE L. J. ANDREWS 135 Porter St., Melrose JOAN ARNOLD 22 Shaw St., North Weymouth BARBARA S. ARONS 8 1 Raymond Circle, Peabody ALDEN C. ARVIDSON 12 Appletree Lane, Holden JEAN F. ASHLEY Seymor Stl., Berkley JOHN M. ATWATER Hall Tavern Form, Shelburne Falls CHARLES F. AVERY George St., Mendon BRUCE D. BAGGARLY 367 Herso St., New Bedford NICHOLAS BAKIRAKIS 8 Waverly St ., Everett JOHN BALIAN 323 Arlington St., Watertown KENNETH A. BALLARD 22 Blueridge Ave., Saugus ROBERT D. BANNON lOC Hamphire Heights, Northampton PAUL A. BARDEN South Prospect St., Amherst MARY E. BARNES R.F.D. Box 29, Northfield DONALD L. BARNETT H2 Suffolk House, U of M, Amherst JAMES E. BARRETT 110 Newton St., Holyoke WILMER D. BARRETT 461 West St., Reading RAYMOND A. REAL 178 Jasper St., Springfield NANCY M. BEAN 22 Gloria Rd., West Roxbury MARCIA L. BEARDSELL 6 Pine St., Belmont LAWRENCE D. BEAUPRE 21 Thirteenth St., Attleboro HAROLD M. BECKER 3 Summit Ave., Salem ALLAN J. BEDROSIAN 2 Franklin Place, Somerville ELIZABETH BEHRENS 32 Reed Street, Agawam NORBIT C. BELANGER 293 Beech Street, Holyoke G. E. BELHUMEUR JR. 5 Greenacre Square, Springfield LEONARD A. BELLI 76 Anqell Street, Mansfield ALAN S. BELLO 45 Favre Street, Mattapan HARRY M. BELLO 49 Favre Street, Mattapan RAYMOND F. BENDER Chestnut Hill, Montague EILEEN M. BENOIT Rear Silver Lake, Athol PHILIP A. BERARDI 139 Everett Street, Allston RICHARD O. BERKWITT 18 Franklin Street, Northampton GENE R. BERUBE West River Street, Upton ROBERT F. BETTS 1084 Main Street, Leominster HENRY W. BIELAWA 33 Luther Street, Chicopee CYNTHIA D. BILLINGS 118 Hopkins Place, Longmeadow PRISCILLA A. BIONI 36 Allen St., West Springfield NANCY U. BLACKMAN Ocean Street, Brant Rock ROBERT S. BLADEN 15 Kent Place, Chatham MIRIAM C. BLAKE 114 Hollis Ave., Braintree LOUIS H. BLANCHARD 6 Temple Street, Holyoke ROBERT E. BOBOLA 204 Skeel St., Willimansett LOUIS A. BOLDUC 7 Crawford Street, Lowell EDWARD C. BORSARE 9 Fawndale Road, Roslindale RAYMOND A. BOUCHARD 14A Pleasant View, Fall River NORMAN J. BOUCHER 73 Tarkiln Hill Road, New Bedford DONALD F. BOUDREAU Foster Road, Ashby GEORGE A. BOURAS 253 Prospect Street, Brockton FRANCES E. BOUTWELL 38 William Street, Shelburne Falls GERALDINE BOUTWELL Holland Road, Brimfield ARNOLD J. BOWKER JR. 5 Pondview Ave., Scituate HAZEN C. BOYD 53 Boardman Street, Newburyport KENNETH A. BOR 20 Fort Street, Northampton ELWIN R. BOYDEN 172 Summer St., South Walpole KATHRYN M. BOZICAS 117 Main St., East PeppereU CHARLOTTE BRACKETT 438 Plymouth Street, Abington LEONARD W. BRACKETT 28 Rice Street, Middleboro ROBERT E. BRACKLEY 1380 South Main Street, Athol ELAINE J. BRANDT 15 Steiger Road, Holyoke DONALD BREADY Boston Road, North Wilbraham DONALD E. BRENNEN 104 Cedar Park, Melrose DONALD F. BRENNAN 2 Shawmut St., Fairhaven EDWARD D. BRENNAN 280 Oak Street, Holyoke THOMAS F. J. BRENNAN 84 Walton St., Fitchburg ELLEN M. BRIGGS 192 Winthrop St., West Medway BERNARD J. BRITT 335 Amity Street, Amherst PHILIP BROCKMAN 11 Sunhill Lane, Newton Center BRETA E. BROWN Mendon Street, Blackstone DAVID L. BROWN Sunny Hill Road, Lunenburg DORIS J. BROWN South Street, Florida JAMES R. BROWN 96 Conant Street, Danvers STEVEN BROWN East Pleasant St., Amherst HERBERT BRUMER 5g8 Carew Street, Springfield CAROL A. BRUNELL 582 Silver Lake Street, Athol JEANNE A. BRYSON 1662 Westfield St., W. Springfield CHARLES P. BUCK Bartlett Street, Northboro NICHOLA BUCKERIDGE 76 Pleasant Street, Cohasset CHESTER P. BURAS 9 Abington Ave., Peabody MARY LOU BURGESS 279 White Street, Springfield EVELYN BURHOE 64 Glenmerle Circle, Reading DIANE B. BURNHAM 8 State Street, Worcester CHARLES M. BURNIM 10 Walnut Ave. Revere ROBERT E. BURNS 28 Montvale Street, Roslindale ROBERT H. BURY 416 Danforth Street, Taunton GEORGE D. BUSHA 22 John St., East Longmeadow ROGER BUTTERWORTH 124 Pleasant Street, Milton NORMA R. CADIFF 2 Clarendon Street, Maiden DAVID D. CAHALEN 395 Pecks Road, Pittsfield MARY JANE CAMBELL 7 Everett Street, Cambridge NANCY J. CAMBELL 20 South High St., Melrose NANCY M. CAMBELL R.F.D. 1, Ware RUTH A. CAMBELL 175 Forest Street, Reading EDWARD L. CANNER 29 Perkins Street, Winthrop LOUIS J. CANTORI 81 Bridge St., Northampton JAMES J. CAPELESS 85 Silver Street, Springfield RITA V. CAPOLUPO 196 Trenton St., East Boston RICHARD G. CARLO 40 Kent Street, Somerville GRETA A. CARLQUIST 50 Park Street, Hudson ARTHUR R. CARON 126 East Street, Springfield JEAN CARPENTER 186 East Main St., Marlborough LAWRENCE CARPENTER 227 Charles St., Fitchburg DENNIS CARROLL 3 9 Vernon Street, Worcester PHILIP T. CARSON Dewey Avenue, Sandwich RAYMOND S. CASAVANT 27 Brook Road, Southbridge MAUREEN R. CASEY 79 Grand View Ave., Worcester ARTHUR F. CASSIDY 7 Meshaka St., West Roxbury JAMES J. CASSIDY 227 Mill Street, Agawam LEO M. CASSIDY Prospect Street, Medway RICHARD M. CECHVALA Prospect Street, Hatfield ALCON H. CHADWICK Polpis Road, Nantucket ALAN G. CHALK Trailer Park, U of M, Amherst JAMES A. CHAMBERS 79 Lonsdale Street, Dorchester SYDNEY G. CHAPIN Depot St., R.F.D., Montague JONAS H. CHAVES 1 01 7 Humphrey St., Swampscott ALBERTINE L. CHENOT Highland St., Housatonic EDMOND T. CHROBAK R.F.D. 1, Ware CARL L. CLAPP 15 South St., Harwichport ANN P. CLARK 86 Avon Street, Lawrence DAVID B. CLARK 125 Barrett St., Northampton GREGORY B. CLARKE 7 Newbridge Ave., Woburn MARGARET CLEMENTS 40 Prospect Hill Road, Lexington DOROTHY CLEVENSON 377 V.F.W. Parkway, Brookline STUART B. CLOUGH Main St., Vineyard Haven ROBERT R. CLOUTIER 288 Elm Street, Holyoke JUDITH COBB 90 Sims Road, Wollaston HENRY J. COCOA 159 Cottage St., East Boston ROBERT C. COLE JR. 152 Morningside Road, Worcester RALPH F. COLEMAN 45, Florida St., Springfield WILLIAM D. COLLETTE 60 Hillside Road, Watertown RAYMOND T. COLLINS 83 K Street, Turners Falls WILLIAM A. COLLINS 41 Hurlcroft Ave., Medford JAMES T. CONDON 25 Camp Road, West Roxbury WILLIAM P. CONLIN 75 Lynde Street, Gardner WILLIAM A. CONNOLLY 21 Cottage Street, Peabody PAT CONNOLLY 488 Elm Street, Framinqham PATRICIA CONNOLLY 383 Pleasant Street, Leominster JAMES J. CONNOR I Marlboro Road, Holyoke THOMAS L. CONNOR 210 State Street, Northampton WILLIAM J. CONNORS 472 Ashmont St., Dorchester ALFRED CONRAD JR. 50 East Housatonic St., Pittsfield RICHARD E. CONTE 81 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury MARIE A. COOK 46 Belvidere St., Springfield NANCY COOK 36 Buzzards Bay Ave., Buzzards Bay JOSEPH F. COPPINGER II Lake Drive, Needham JOSEPH COPPOLA 49 Manhattan Ave., Springfield JOSEPH D. CORACCIO 115 Felton Street, Waltham RAYMOND J. CORMIER 71 Fourth Street, Leominster J. F. CORNETTE JR. 128 Bell Rock St., Everett THOMAS M. CORNISH 12 Hallock Street, Amherst JAMES W. COTTER 8 Buffum Street, Worcester PHILIP C. COUCHON 22 Pleasant St., Easthampton LEWIS P. COUNCILMAN 218 Highland Ave., Somerville ARMAN COURTEMANCHE 962 Water Street, Fitchburg SYLVIA A. COUTINHO Circuit Ave., Oak Bluffs JANICE A. COWDREY 812 Cushing Way, Cohasset JON A. COWEN 9 Trumball Rd., Northampton EDWARD H. COWERN 266 Main Street, Ashland PATRICIA E. CRANE 48 Rich Street, Worcester RONALD E. CRAVEN 20 Range Ave., Taunton ANN L. CRAWFORD 68 Marblehead St., North Andover MARK V. CROCKETT JR. Box 184, Granby DUANE E. CROMACK Box 103, Cushman ROBERT E. CRONIN 34 Plymouth Ave., Swampscott DENNIS M. J. CROWLEY 32 Russett St., West Roxbury HERMAN J. CROWLEY 14 Haywood Street, Greenfield FRANK F. CULLEN 82 Bacon Street, Winchester JAMES G. CUTLER 70 Alderman Street, Springfield JOAN E. DAFFINEE 60 Bellevue Ave., Melrose ERIC W. R. DAHL 1 18 Summit Street, Hyde Park ROBERT F. DALLMEYER 22 Plymouth Street, Pittsfield HARRY C. DAMON 32 Kendrick Place, Amherst V. C. DANGELMAYER 28 Ellison Park, Waltham MERALYN C. DANIELS 27 Hillcrest Road, Reading SYMA R. DANIELS 34 Edson Street, Longmeadow CLARKE S. DAVIS 628 Pleasant Street, Attleboro FRANK E. DAVIS JR. 19 Mason Road, Needham MARY L. DAVIS 26 Norfolk St., Holliston ROGER S. DAVIS 144 University Rd., Brookline THOMAS L. DAVISON 15 Glendale Road, Melrose HENRY J. DEC 7 Franklin Street, Holyoke ANDREW DEFRANCESCO 19 Swift Terrace, East Boston GRACE M. DELTOUR 18 Reynolds Ave., Monson H. J. DEMARSICO JR. 581 West Main St., North Adams JOSEPH F. DERRY 23 Essex Street, Holyoke RAYMOND DESELLIER 19 Stebbins Street, Springfield DANIEL J. DESMOND R.F.D. North East St., Amherst MARIE J. DESMOND 118 Long Hill Road, Springfield GUNNAR W. DEURELL 188 Central Ave., Medford MARTHA E. DEWIRST 63 Washington St., South Groveland BRUCE B. DICKINSON 47 Bristol Street, Springfield LOIS G. DICKINSON 42 Harris St., North Amherst DOMINIC J. DIMATTIA 8 Bowdoin Street, Medford MARILYN C. DOERING 82 Meadowbrook Ave., W. Springfield THOMAS A. DOLAN 12 Grove Street, Millbury EDWARD S. DOLBY 578 South Main St., Great Barrington WILLIAM E. DONAHUE 70 Edgehill Road, Winthrop MICHAEL H. DONOVAN 31 North Ridgewood, South Orange, N.J. ROBERT J. DOW 103 State Street, Newburyport RAYMOND F. DOWLING 40 Bakersfield St., Dorchester OWEN W. DOWNHILL JR. 65 Eddy Street, Springfield CAROL A. DRENNAN 22 Eleanor Road, Pittsfield PHYLLIS DRINKWATER 53 Jersey Street, Marblehead BRU CE B. DUFFY 23 Carew St., South Hadley Falls COLETTE DUMONT 149 North Main St., North Uxbridge ANN M. DUNBAR 42 Church St., Shelburne Fall JOYCE O. V. DUPUIS South Washington St., Belchertown AUDREY W. DURLACK Seekonk Rd., Great Barrington THOMAS D. DWYER 2 Gleason Ave., East Brookfield DAVID A. DYER Maple Street, Belchertown ETHEL A. EATON 277 Atlantic Ave., Hull MARYBETH EBERLY 10 Lewis Street, Needham PRISCILLA G. EHNES Eridge Street, Medfield PETER J. ELDRIDGE Ivy Street Pkd., Wareham DOROTHY M. ELLERT 75 Calumet Road, Holyoke RONALD R. ELLERT 20 Yoerg Circle, Holyoke JEAN F. ELLIOT 388 Wellworth Ave., Lowell JACQUELINE C. ENOS 103 Stephen St., South Dartmouth PEARL ENTIN 158 Allen Avenue, Lynn JAMES ENWRIGHT 92 Laurel Street, Fitchburg JOHN F. EPPICH 39 Fairview Road, Norwood ROBERT R. EVANS 109 High Road, Newbury STANLEY E. EVERETT 13 Colony Street, Amherst RICHARD F. FABRIZIO 364 Franklin Street, Whitman MARTIN J. FALLON JR. 37 Brookline Ave., Holyoke ROBERT C. FALLON 84 Holbrook St., North Adams DAVID C. FARWELL 30 Main St., Montague City LOUIS A. FAVELLO 20 Waldeman Ave., East Boston C. A. FEDERER III 41 Louise Road, Belmont ROBERT P. FERRIANl 498 East Sixth St., South Boston RICHARD M. FEWKES 53 Mandalay Rd., Springfield JAMES R. FINNEGAN 39 Pease Ave., Monson SYLVIA A. FINOS 7 Wall Street, Everett LOUISE H. FISH 110 Union Street, Franklin JOHN D. FISK Box 731, Amherst JOHN D. FISKE 39 Oak Courts, Greenfield FRED D. FITZGERALD Three Rivers Rd., Belchertown JOHN P. FLARUN 25 Forest Ave., Greenfield JUDITH L. FLEISCHER 35 Thurlow Ave., Revere BARRY FLEIDER 28 Perry Ave., Lawrence JOHN J. FLYNN 9 Woodbine Street, Worcester RAYMOND A. FLYNN 11 Second Street, Natlck ROBERT L. FOLEY 21 Saxton Street, Dorchester JUANITA I. FORD R.F.D., Dalton JOAN R. FORWARD 9 Pelham Street, Saugus HENRY N. FOURNIER 31 Pochassic Street, Westfield ELSA COLLINS(Mrs.) Box 164, Dennis HENRY FREDRICKSON 81 Forest St., South Weymouth ROBERT W. FREY 30 Harvard St., South Hadley Falls JOSEPH C. FUNCASTA 31 Hamlin Street, Pittsfield NORMAN G. GAGE 5 Rice Street, Natick DONALD E. GAGNON Park Street, Pepperell WILLIAM N. GAGNON 151 North Maple St., Florence MURIEL A. GALLINARO 107 Colonial Ave., Waltham HUGH R. GARDNER 72 Horseshoe Drive, West Boyleston W. E. GATCHELL JR. 158 Oak Street, Needham ALTHEA F. GAYLORD 85 College St., South Hadley DAVID L. GEER 42 Central Street, Auburndale GAIL C. GENTILE 52 Malvern Rd., Brockton JOHN C. GENZABELLA 273 Columbus Ave., Pittsfield ACHILLES GEORGIOU 37 Highland Park, Peabody J. A. GERMANOWSKI 23 South Carolina Ave., Pittsfield RICHARD M. GIBBS 56 Columbas Ave., Holyoke ROBERT S. GlELDA 68 Sherbrooke St., Springfield CHARLES W. GILMORE 112 School Street, Islington JUDITH E. GILSON 175 Park Street, Stoneham JOHN H. GIVAN 2 Humboldt Ave., Worcester RICHARD C. GLIDDEN 60 Norgate Road, Attleboro EDWARD M. GLISTA 41 Verge Street, Springfield BERNARD GOCLOWSKl 15 Prospect Street, Hatfield EDWARD F. GODFREY 83 Fifth Ave., Haverhill SHEILA G. GOLDBURGH 458 Lowell Ave., Newtonville JOHN J. GOLDA 24 Ashley Street, New Bedford WILLIAM H. GOODWIN 2 Meadow Lane, Marbiehead ARTHUR L. GORDON 50 Midland Street, Worcester WALTER C. GORENFLO 21 Bliss Street, Florence RICHARD H. GORING 18 Glenburnie Rd., Roslindale CONSTANCE GOWDY 4 Lantern Lane, Winchester WALTER J. GRADY 78 Montebello Rd., Jamaica Plain PATRICIA E. GRAHAM 1 Winneman Street, Natick FRED M. GRALENSKI 65 Northfield Rd., Millers Falls DAVID R. GRANT 115 Essex Street, Beverly HAROLD K. GRANT 296 South Street, Southbridge JENNY L. GRAY 124 Jones Rd., Hopedale EDWARD H. GREEN 44 Prindiville Ave., Framingham FRANCIS E. GREGOIRE 25 Grove Street, Adams ALBERT J. GRIMARD 174 Dalton Street, Lowell JERALD A. GRIMES 269 Green Street, Athol ANNE A. GRIMLEY 90 Elmwood Rood, Needham ELIZABETH GRIMM 6 Everest Street, Natick BARBARA J. GROVER 145 Springfield St., Springfield ROBERT W. GRUNDY 88 Oaklawn St., New Bedford ALAN B. GRUSKIN 9 Colfax Street, Springfield DAVID J. GUARNACCIA 129 Normandy Road, Longmeadow WILLIAM GUAZZO JR. 21 Worcester Street, Fitchburg JANET M. GUILD 138 Rumford Ave., Mansfield FRANCIS J. GUILIANO 3 93 Norfolk Street, Cambridge C. E. GUSTAFSON 5 01 Nahatan Street, Fitchburg DOUGLAS A. GUYETT 1407 State Street, Springfield EDWARD HAGELSTEIN Sylvester Rd., Northampton JEAN M. HALE 393 Randolph St., South Weymouth LUCY HALL Dodge Road, Rowley FREDERICK HAMEL 38 Central St., West Brookfield JAMES C. HAMILL 239 Denver Street, Springfield DANIEL R.. HANLON 69 Centre Street, Quincy EUGENE L. HANNON The Spruces, Williamstown JOSEPH P. HANNON 5 Franklin St., Attleboro MARSHA HANSON 989 Plymouth Street, Abington RICHARD P. HARLAND 18 Becket Street, Dorchester JOHN G. HARRINGTON 475 Pleasant Street, Holyoke SUSAN J. HARRINGTON Main Street, Graniteville ALAN HARRIS 43 Clinton Ave., Pittsfield J. KNIGHT HARRIS JR. 340 South Main St., Sharon MARGARET D. HARRIS 76 Blake Road, Lexington KATHRYN E. HART 4 1 Westwood Parkway, Southbridge JAMES E. HARTWELL 18 Franklin Street, Northampton ELEINOR G. HARVEY 104 Spring Street, Amherst ROBERT A. RASKINS Loop Road, Savoy DONALD E. HASTINGS 2 Colonial Ave., Agawam ROBERT J. HAYES Walnut Street, Plainville HENRY H. HAZEN 52 Rockaway Ave., Marbiehead MARGARET S. HEALEY 19 Roosevelt Ave., Springfield JUDITH HEANEY 94 Elmwood Road, Swamscott GLENN R. HEARN Edgartown Rd., Vineyard Haven BERNARD J. HEAVEY 33 Beacon Street, Florence SANDRA HECHT 56 Summer Street, Saugus EDWARD C. HEMPEL 90 West Silver St., Westfield RAY C. HENRIKSON 290 Lovell Street, Worcester DONALD B. HEPWORTH R.F.D. 2, Amherst JUDITH R. HERBERG 41 Putnan Ave., Pittsfield CHARLES J. HERMAN 80 Puritan Drive, Quincy ELEANOR A. HIGGINS 22 Vinebrook Road, Lexington DONALD G. HIGHAM 118 Norman St., New Bedford DAVID S. HILL Webster Street, Marshfield DONALD R. HILLER 126 Main St., East Northfield JAMES G. HIRTLE 20 Oak Street, Charlestown GEORGE G. HIXON 17 Montague Street, Worcester JOAN E. HODGSON 1 Short Street, Holden RICHARD M. HOGAN 593 Riverside Drive, Florence JOHN R. HOLMGREN Colorado Drive, Holden EDWARD C. HOLT Meadowview Drive, Cheshire R. L. HORNBECK JR. 37 South Prospect St., Amherst BEVERLY A. HORNER 19 Edendale Street, Springfield ALTON L. HORTE JR. 27 Perry Road, Braintree NANCY L. HOUSTON 112 Brown Street, Seekonk NANCY ROWLAND Elm Street, Southampton MERRILL C. HOYLE 829 Main Street, Amherst JOAN R. HUXTABLE 205 Fairview St., Greenfield RONALD T. HWALEK 65 Fuller Street, Ludlow CLAIRE F. HYLAND 2 Border Street, Whitinsville DAVID A. HYNES Westview Trailer Park, U of M, Amherst ROBERT HYNES Westview Trailer Park, U of M, Amherst FRED R. lOSUE 30 Corey Street, Everett JANET M. ISAAC Tileston Road, Randolph DONALD R. JACOBS 27 Montague City Rd., Greenfield WAYNE C. JAESCHKE 834 South Church St., North Adams LOUIS JAMES 34 Yarmouth Street, Boston ELI ZABETH A. JANIK 80 Carew Terrace, Springfield CATHERINE B. JAROSZ 234 Commonwealth, Attleboro Fall RALPH L. JENANYAN 32 Upton Street, Boston ARNETT M. JENKINS 34 Mechanic St., Mattapoisett DOROTHY L. JENKINS Ballardvale Road, Andover ELLEN M. JENSEN 38 Pearl Street, Palmer JANET A. JODAITIS 527 Pleasant Street, Gardner BARBARA JOHNSON 331 Linden St., Wellesley Hill BARBARA A. JOHNSON 13 Fort Street, Northampton GRACE B. JOHNSON 27 Fellsview Terrace, Melrose RICHARD W. JOHNSON 82 Skyridge St., Ludlow GORDON S. JOHNSTON 8 Candia Street, Arlington KAREN P. JOHNSTON Sylvan Road, Uxbridge R. P. JOHNSTON JR. 58 South East Street, Amherst MARJORIE M. JONES 18 Cherry Street, Wenham RHONA BETTY JONES 5 Blaine Street, Springfield WILLIAM KACMARCIK 1225 Gilbert Ave., Wilmington METROFAN KALAFATAS 263 West Second St., Boston JANET G. KALINOWSKI 1 First Street, Turners Falls LAWRENCE M. KANE 21 Oakland Steeet, Fitchburg ALAN L. KAPLAN 17 Kings Beach Terrace, Swampscott LUAYNE KAPLAN 217 Rounds St., New Bedford PAUL A. KASPARSON 8 Summer Hill Rd., Worcester JOHN S. KATSOULIS 55 Main St., West Springfield CYNTHIA V. KATZ 286 Chestnut Street, Chelsea LEONARD KATZ 58 McLellan St., Dorchester LOUIS KAUFMAN 90 Kensington Ave., Springfield FRANK J. KAVENEY JR. 131 Albemarle St., Springfield TANIA KEAN 227 North Beacon St., Watertown MARCIA J. KEITH 5 Barrett Road, Peabody FRANCIS W. KELLEY 195 Sea Street, Hyannis MARLENE E. KENDRICK 296 Union St., North Adams GEORGE D. KENNEDY 5 Gilman Street, Holyoke PHILIP KENNEDY Post Office Box 199, Leeds LOUISE M. KENNISON 26 Summit Street, Springfield ELIZABETH E. KEOGH 8 School Street, Medway DAVID B. KING East Brookfield WINSTON KING JR. Tucker Rd., North Dartmouth ROBERT E. KINNECOME 93 Rivulet St., North Uxbridge ROBERT F. KLINGLOFF 9 Belmont Ave., Northampton JEAN A. KLOCKO Prospect Street, Hatfield TANYA Z. KOLLIGIAN 30 Traincroft St., Medford WESTON G. KOLSTI 4331 Washington St., Ros lindale JOHN J. KOMINSKI 27 Parallel St., Springfield DAVID L. KONRAD 109 Pleasant St., Leicester BARBARA R. KOPLOW 4 Wellington Hill, Mattapan VASILEOS KORDAKIS 899 Liberty Street, Springfield LOIS A. KORNGUT 3 Waverley Ave., Newton ALFONS J. KORZAN 7 8 Sugarloaf St., South Deerfield VIRGINIA I. KOWAL 82 Cedar Street, Fairhaven IRENE M. KOWALCZYK 6 Payson Street, Worcester ARTHUR S. KOYKKA Main Street, West Townsend HELEN V. KRAUSE Hudson Road, Sudbury DAVID H. KRAVETZ 106 Grovers Ave., Winthrop RONALD KROCK 17 Havelock Road, Worcester WILLIAM J. KROLL 199 High Street, Thorndike CHARLES V. KORKUL 13 Maple Ave., Northampton PHILLIP A. KYRIACOU 297 Bay Street, Springfield MALCOLM J. LABELL 56 Harvard Street, Everett DALE T. LABELLE 58 Springvale Rd., Reading JOSEPH C. LABELLE 89 Venture Drive, Springfield IRVING D. LABOVITZ 9 Foster Street, Lynn ARLENE A. LAITINEN 256 Park Street, Gardner GARLAND C. LAMERE 126 West Main St., Orange ALLAN O. LAMPI Depot Rd., East Templton ROY E. LANDSTROM 41 Lunt Street, Williamstown MARY L. LANOUE Harwood Street, Williamstown FRED ERICK LANPHEAR 78 Fairview Way, Amherst EDWARD F. LARKIN JR. 67 Chilton Street, Belmont THOMAS H. LATHAM JR. 823 Brock Ave., New Bedford GEORGE L. LAUGHLIN 36 Shady Brook Lane, Springfield WINSTON H. LAVALLEE Division St., Great Barrington DONALD LAVERDIERE Mt. Dumpling Road, Palmer PETER A. LAVERTY 58 Avendale Rd., West Hartford, Conn. CONSTANCE LAVIGNE R.F.D. 1, Southbridge DONALD J. LAVIGNE 27 South Onota St., Pittsfield CHARLES LAVIGUEUR Main Street, Dunstable ROBERT A. LAWSON 44 Holmes Street, Brockton RALPH W. LAWTON 887 Cherry St., Fall River JUDITH A. LEACH OstervlUe Rd., Osterville WILLIAM F. LEAHY JR. 65 Red Spring Rd., Andover BARBARA A. LEE 158 Pleasant St., South Weymouth WILLIAM A. LEE 51 Monroe Street, Springfield PAUL W. LEFEBVRE 97 Wilbur Place, Somerset RICHARD R. LEIGHTON R.F.D. 2, Orange MARTIN A. LEKARCZYK 81 High Street, Holyoke EDWARD P. LEONARD 189 Davis Street, Greenfield RICHARD P. LEONARD 25 Berkely Street, Arlington JOSEPH H..LEONVICH 98 Bay View St., Hyannis MARTHA H. LEPP 84 Melbourne Rd., Pittsfield PHILIP J. LENNON 40 Flansburg Ave., Dalton HAROLD LEPPO 235 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highland SYLVIA P. LEVINSON 48 Itendale St., Springfield MARJORIE A. LEWING 24 Washington St., Monson NANCY J. LIEN 7 Eastford Rd. , Auburn EARLE LILLY 48 Campbell Ave., Revere BARBARA M. LINDEN 57 Fairfield Street, Dedham PATRICIA LINDSEY 193 West Street, Ware ROBERT E. LINDSTROM 87 Edmund St., East Longmeadow CHARLOTTE LITMAN 10 Saltonstall Parkway, Salem ALICE J. LITTLEWOOD 10 Perkins Street, Wakefield PAUL L. LIVELY Charlemont MARJORIE C. LOACH East Street, Richmond LEROY F. LOCKHART Whitney Street, Sherborn PETER W. LOVEJOY 301 King Street, Littieton KENNETH R. LOVELL Central Street, Boyleston ARONNE M. LUBY 160 Phelps Ave. North Adams BARBARA J. LUND 148 Waverley Ave., Nev rton RICHARD L. LUNDIN 149 Nilsson Street, Brockton JOHN R. LUPIEN 182 Prospect St., Gardner ALAN LUPO 3 Tewksbury Street, Winthrop JUNE H. LYMAN 152 Naponset Ave., Dorchester PAUL F. LYNCH 94 Garden Street, Needham ROGER G. MACK 108 Lovefield St., Easthampton JOANNE R. MACLEAN 205 Roycroft Ave., Pittsburgh, Penna. ELIZABETH A. MADDEN 11 Red Gate Lane, Amherst THADDEUS MAGIERA 246 Hartwich St., Springfield PAUL F. MAHONEY 19 Byron Ave., Lexington PAUL E. MAILMAN 39 Knoz Street, Palmer STEPHANIE MAJESKI 1 Valley Street, Hatfield HENRY J. MALEK Federal Street, Montague JOYCE L. MALETTE 1215 Washington St., East Weymouth THOMAS G. MALLETT 138 Newton Street, Weston ARTHUR E. MANASIAN lOB Hampshire Heights, Northampton MERIKE V. MAND 39 Northampton Rd., Amherst BRINA S. MANDELL 50 Evelyn Road, Waban ARTHUR G. MANIATIS 531 Exchange Street, Athol ROBERT C. MANN 119 Warren Rd., Framingham JANET E. MANNING 259 Marrett Rd., Lexington JOHN E. MANNING 18 Norman Road, Quincy MARY MANNING 16 Collins Street, New Bedford DONALD V. MARCHESE 127 Sheffield Ave., Longmeadow JOSEPH A. MARCOTTE 57 South Walker St., Lowell GEORGE MARCOULIER 8B Hampshire Heights, Northampton ELINOR R. MARDER 27 Wellington St., Mattapan DAVID G. MARGOLIS 119 Walnut Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill VINCENT M. MARINI Linebrook Rd., Ipswich JANE S. MARKS 826 Main Street, Leominster EDWARD P. MARRAM 973 Blue Hill Ave., Boston RICHARD F. MARTEL 64 Prince Ave., West Springfield HENRY E. MARTINEAU South Vernon SYLVIA M. MASON Arcadia Wildlife, Northampton ELEANOR L. MATHESON 22 Kimball Street, Maiden YVON MATHIEU 3432 Main Street, Springfield CHARLOTTE MATUSZKO First Neck Lane, Southhampton, N.Y. WILLIAM H. MAXWELL 16 Eddy Street, Mansfield CAROLYN MAZZARA 24 Tyler Place, Amherst WILLIAM E. MAYEROS 193 East Main St., Westfield RICHARD J. M CABE 36 Bridge St., South Hadley Falls JAMES B. 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MOORE II Mason Street, Medford BARBARA G. MORFIELD 68 Brook Road, Milton DAVID J. MORIARTY 21 Clinton Ave., Holyoke JUDITH R. MORRIS 212 Arcade Avenue, Seekonk LINDA L. MORRIS Strawberry Hill Street, Dover ROBERT J. MORRIS 34 Oakland Street, Melrose T. D. MORRISSEY 174 Union Street, Holbrook ELAINE S. MORSE III Central Street, Foxboro ROBERT F. MORTIMER 39 East Park Ave., Lynn THOMAS C. MOSCHOS 21 Morningside Rd., Worcester MAUREEN A. MOYNAHAN 329 High Street, Thorndike PETER R. MUNROE 22 Smyrna St., West Springfield ROBERT MURPHY 4 School Street, Amesbury ROBERT D. MYERS 15 Elm Street, Ware RODERICK H. MYERS 413 Pleasant Street, Holyoke ALWIN F. NAEDELE JR. 7 Sturdy Street, Attleboro JOHN M. NAUGHTON 80 Wilder Terrace, West Springfield LOIS A. NAZARIAN 75 Westglow Street, Boston EUGENIE B. NELSON 25 Parker Street, Wilmington CAROLYN W. NEWELL 213 Washington St., Leominster NADINE NEWTON 2 Natural History, Worcester RONALD B. NEWTON Taylor Hill, Montague ROBERT D.. 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PAJAUJIS 95 Harrison Street, Worcester ALEXANDER PALMER 46 Bancroft Street, Springfield ELSIE H. PAPENFUSS 39 Friend Street, Adams WILFRED PAQUETTE 36 Fourth Street, Leominster CHARLES H. PARADIS 36 Ludger Ave., Chicopee Falls MARY JANE PARISI 25 Seventh Street, Onset JOHN O. PARKER HoUis Street, East Pepperell ROSEMARY A. PARKER Pleasant Street, Lunenburg WILLIAM L. PARKIS 4 Elm Street, Oxford CLARICE J. PARTHUM 18 Abbot Street, Lav rence HENRY R. PASSOLT 1 Hickory Lane, Auburn CONSTANCE L. PATTEN 44 Grosvenor Rd., Needham MARGARET A. PAULEY 143 Day Street, Leominster JOHN B. PAYDOS 47 West Main Street, Ware STEPHEN R. PAYNE 3 Paxton Street, Leicester MARCIA E. PEARIS 42 Johnson Street, Lynn VIRGINIA L. PEARSON Standish Way, West Yarmouth JAMES R. PEASE Montague Road, Montague NELSON B. pease " 25 Santa Barbara St., Springfield JOHN A. PECK Great Road, Stow ALFRED J. PEDERCINI 76 Tyler Street, North Adams SANDRA PELCZARSKI 54 Upland Ave., Webster RICHARD K. 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ARKELL 1144 Main Street, Hingham MARILYN ARMSTRONG 20 Berkely Rd., Wellesley BARBARA L. ARONSON 50 Bellevue Ave., Springfield BENJAMIN P. ASTLEY 197 Beech Street, Holyoke PHILIP W. ATHANAS 20 Vineyard Street, Cambridge RICHARD G. ATKINSON 26 Yeamans Street, Revere DAVID P. AUCOIN 34 Pleasant Street, Spencer MARY C. AUSTIN 611 Front Street, Chicopee NANCY P. AVERY 219 Lincoln Ave., Amherst MARJORIE C. BABB 73 Mt. Prospect St., Bridgewater EUGENE A. BACHAND 25 Beechwood Ave., Springfield CALVIN E. BACKSTROM 42 Oakw ood Ave., Auburn PAUL J. BAERMAN 54 Aldrich Street , Granby ALEXANDRA M. BAGG 10 Hildreth Ave., South Hadley JACQUELINE BAILEY Brewster Rd., Kingston SANDRA J. BAILEY 9 Cliffe Ave., Lexington BETTE A. BAKER 191 Trapelo Rd., Belmont GERALD S. BAKER 16 Elmore St., Newton Centre RICHARD H. BAKER 61 Chestnut St., West Springfield PHILIP A. BAKIRAKIS 8 Waverly Street, Everett RUSSELL H. BANCROFT Main St., Box 94, Chesterfield CAMERON C. 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BURT 80 Powell Ave., Springfield RUSSELL D. BURTON Box 13 McGregory Rd., Sturbridge RUTH T. BURZYNSKI 167 Phoenix Terrace, Springfield SHIRLEY A. BUSH 292 Wells Street, Greenfield ELSIE E. BUSHA 73 Seventh St., Turner Falls PATRICIA D. BYRNE West Main Street, Brookfield GERARD J. CAGGIANO 69 Notre Dame St., Springfield JAMES W. CAINES 157 Maple Street, Danvers RENALD G. CAJOLET 28 Gold Star Rd., Cambridge MARIANNE CALLANDER 139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville DONALD H. CAMP Jackson Street, Belchertown DOUGLAS A. CAMPBELL 44 Yale Street, North Adams RICHARD W. CAMPBELL 24 Bonner Ave., Medford THOMAS E. CAMPBELL 24 Bonner Ave., Medford DAVID M. CARDARELLI 12 South Cogswell St., Haverhill CURTIS E. CARLSON 160 East Main St., Northbow JANET F. CARLSON 58 Tamarack Road, Reading RONALD H. CARLSON 9 Collins Street, Worcester JOHN A. CARPENTER 46 Hinckley Road, Waban JOHN E. CARROLL 40 Hawthorne Ave., Pittsfield RICHARD P. CATALINl West Main Street, Ashby RICHARD E. CATANESE 72 Spruce Street, Winchendon PAUL E. CHAMBERLIN Mill Street, East Northfield ROBERT W. CHAMPAGNE 148 High Street, Amherst RAY W. CHATFIELD 19 Pilgrim Road, Wellesley HARVEY W. CHEATER 7 Browns Ave., Lynn RICHARD J. CHECHILE 130 Connecticut Ave., Springfield DAVID W. CHEEVER 268 Bedford Street, Lexington MELVIN S. CHESSLER 14 Wales Street, Dorchester ERNEST S. CHESWORTH 59 Maple Street, Attleboro GAIL A. CHIROS 43 Rock Street, Whitman HOPE CHLEBUS 148 Butler Street, New Bedford WILLIAM CHOUINARD 71 Westfield Rd., Holyoke FRANCIS N. CICCONE 7 Angelo Street, Worcester DIANE M. CLARIDGE 646 Jerusalem Rd., Cohasset ELEANOR L. CLARK 5 Goddard Ave., Tuner Falls JOHN R. CLARK 19 Leicester St., North Oxford JANET P. CLARKE 19 Curve Road, Stoneham ROBERT L. CLARKSON 1 Armory Court, Adams STEPHEN CLAUGHTON 16 Devens Rd., North Reading HELENE CLAYMAN 1506 North Shore Rd., Revere VIRGINIA CLEMENTS 222 Norfolk Street, Springfield CAROL P. CLIFFORD 434 Salem Street, Rockland WILLIAM H. CLIFFORD 251 Marcy Street, Southbridge DALE T. COGGESHALL 144 Summit St., New Bedford LINDA G. COHEN 52 Ormand Street, Mattapan NANCY M. COLE 26 Wilson Place, Abington ROBERTA M. COLE 14 Perkins Street, Winthrop ALLAN P. COLLAMORE 100 Acushnet Ave., Worcester CLYDE E. COLLINS 19 Longmeadow Ave., Worcester GERTRUDE A. CONKLIN Ashley Falls THOMAS P. CONLON 10 Newberry Street, Lowell ROBERTA E. CONLYN Green River Rd., Williamstown VIRGINIA CONNOLLY 15 Bayside Street, Dorchester WILLIAM D. CONNORS 719 Moody Street, Waltham CAROLE J. CONRAD Mass. Ave., Lunenberg BARBARA A. CONROY 18 Perkins Street, Stonehatn ANN M. CONSOLATI 25 Circular Ave., Lee NICHOLAS D. CONSTAN 213 Prospect Street, Brockton ROSEMARI CONTARINO 49 Merrimack Street, Methuen LAWRENCE J. CONWAY 5 Wunsch Road, Greenfield MARGARET L. CONWAY 530 Newbury Street, Boston MALCOLM H. COOK 14 Buswell Street, Boston JAMES L. COOLEY Amherst Road, Pelham DOROTHY CORFITZEN Lincoln Street, Millville CHARLES A. CORREIA 20 Independent St., New Bedford LINDA M. COSTELLO 141 Hillside Road, Franklin CLEMENT G. COUCHON 71 Northampton Street, Easthampton MYRVAL E. COUGHLIN 18 Caro Street, Worcester DONAL COURTEMANCHE 73 Bluefield St., New Bedford CARL P. COUTURE 15 Fort Square, Greenfield EARLE M. CRABE 8 Auburn Court, Brookline JOYCE M. CRAIG 6 14 Chapman Street, Canton BARRY F. CRANE 37 Faulkner Rd., North Andover KENNETH J. CRANDALL 1959 Lakeview Ave., Dracut FRANCIS J. CRAWFORD 62 North Main Street, Uxbridge ARTHUR N. CREELMAN 38 Norfolk Road, Arlington CAROL R. CRIMMINS 1611 Commercial St., East Weymouth JOSEPH CROCETTA 146 H olworthy Street, Cambridge EDWARD J. CRONIN 71 Donazette St., Wellesley JEAN R. CROSBY 81 Stevens Road, Needham GARY A. CROSS 357 Union Ave., Framingham DAVID W. CROTTY 4 Sheridan Ave., Maynard MARY G. CROTTY 22 St. Elmo Road, Worcester JOAN M. CULLEN 30 Lowden Street, Pittsfield MARY E. CURRY 126 Willis St., New Bedford NANCY J. GUSHING 27 Dixwell Ave., Quincy SALLY B. CUTLER Landham Road, South Sudbury FRANCIS A. CZAJKA 1 River Street, Thorndike MARIA W. DAKIS 225 Bristol Street, Springfield GERARD DALY 41 Upton Street, West Quincy JOHN D. DALY 382 Chestnut Street, Springfield ELEANOR DANCEWICZ 18 Orchard Street, Lynn RONALD W. DARLING 114 East Bacon St., Plainville JUDITH A. DAVEY 53 Fiske Street, Southbridge JAMES C. DAVIES 3 Rutland Terrace, Worcester GERTRUDE A. DAVISON Old Sudbury Road, Sudbury KATHERINE E. DAY 22 Peach Highlands, Marblehead MARGARET E. DEANE Schoosett St., North Pembroke PETER J. DEANE 7A Smith Court, Boston JOHN DEASY 585 Longmeadow St., Longmeadow FRANCIS E. DEBLOIS 7 Hayer Street, Adams JOHN E. DELANEY 24 Arch Street, Pittsfield EDWARD M. DELUSKY 1304 North Street, Pittsfield LINDA M. DELVENTAL 19 Schiller St., Jamaica Plain RITA L. DEMARINI 308 Union Street, Ashland ALICE DERSARKISIAN 100 Star Street, Whitman RICHARD DESJARDINS 29 Mt. Pleasant St., North Brookfield ROBERT DESJARLAIS 21 Artisan Street, Chicopee RUSSELL A. DEVEREAU 3 Lenox Street, Natick GEORGE R. DEVERRY 34 Lombard Street, Springfield JAMES W. DEVINE 1 8 Green Street, Marblehead JOHN E. DEVINE 5 Pitman Ave., Greenwood JULE C. DEVOE 48 Grove St., North Attleboro JUDITH P. DIAMOND 58 Tiffany St., Springfield MARTHA P. DICKEY 19 Maple Street, Arlington ELEANOR F. DILL 108 Butler Road, Quincy JAMES R. DIMENTO 201 East Pleasant St., Amherst BARBARA J. DIMOCK 4 Court Street, Groton EVERETT T. DIMOCK South East Street, Amherst NELSON DINERSTEIN 68 Lawndale Street, Springfield REGINALD DIODATI 248 Lowell Street, Methuen RAYMOND C. DION JR. 13 Hume Ave., Medford THOMAS M. DIRESTA 179 Elm Street, Lawrence RALPH DITANO 17 Belair Road, Wellesley CAROL E. DODGE 67 Warren Road, Framingham MARGARET A. DOERING 82 Meadowbrook Ave., West Springfield ARTHUR F. DOHERTY 255 Main Street, Woburn MARGUERITE DOHERTY 510 Highland Ave., Maiden JOANNE M. DOLL 103 Gibbs Ave., Wareham EDWARD J. DONAHUE 27 Ogden St., Indian Orchard LAWRENCE P. DONAHUE 10 Marlboro St., Newburyport CURTIS H. DOUGLAS 25 Elizabeth Street, Pittsfield VIRGINIA. B. DOUGLAS 377 Plumtree Road, Springfield STEVIA G. DOUNELIS 97 Highland Street, Brockton JAMES E. DOWNEY 214 Huntington Ave., Boston LEO L. DOWNEY 399 Lincoln Road, Walpole NORMAN R. DRAPEAU 294 County Street, Seekonk RICHARD A. DRAPER 2 1 Taft Ave., Lexington JOHN J. DREWSKI 4 Federal St., Millers Falls PATRICIA DRISCOLL 69 Pelley Street, Gardner DAVID R. DRUMM 2 Pine St., Gt. Barrington MICHAEL J. DUBE 37 Anzio Road, Athol RENE L. DUBE 30 Fuller St., Chicopee Falls VIOLA E. DUBE 49 Riverside Ave., Quincy FRANK R. DUCA 14 True Street, Everett NORMAN R. DUCHARME 10 Beeler Ave., Fairview EDWARD J. DUFF 360 Lebanon Street, Melrose CONRAD J. DUGRE Jabish Street, Belchertown JOHN S. DUNN 28 Blaney Street, Swampscott DANIELE DUNWOODIE 6 Elm Street, Fairhaven GUY A. DUSHANEK 15 Oak Street, Waltham HAROLD B. DUTTON 140 Chestnut St., Fairhaven C. T. DZIEKANOWSKI 1089 North Pleasant St., North Amhersf CARL W. EASTMAN 147 Union St., East Bridgewater CALVERT F. ECK 67 Dodge Ave., Pittsfield MARCIA J. ECTMAN 26 Eastern Ave., Lynn ELINOR E. EDELSTEIN 24 Ethel Ave., Peabody MINNA J. EDWARDS 248 Linwood St., Abington PATRICIA F. EGAN 209 Centre Street, Quincy ROBERT R. EICHORN 10 Pearl Street, Adams DIANA A. EKSOOZIAN 103 Spruce Street, Lawrence SYLVIA ELIOPOULIS 81 Doris Drive, North Weymouth GEORGE G. ELLIOTT Old Post Rd., North Attleboro JAMES R. ELLIS 464 North Main Street, Attleboro JUDITH A. ELLISON 39 Chestnut Street, Peabody GRETCHEN ENGELHARDT 17 Otis Street, Bedford PAUL ENGLISH 48 Perry Ave., Brockton JAMES B. ENOS JR. 26 Beaumont St., Melrose MARION J. ERBAN 38 Upland Street, Fitchburg DONALD L. ESTES 77 Putnam St., East Weymouth JAMES G. EVANS 372A Dorchester St., South Boston RANDALL FAIRBANKS 79 Boardman Ave., Melrose ANNE FANTACCIONE 614 North Main St., Attleboro NOVA L. FARLEY Highland Street, Northbridge RODNEY C. 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FLETCHER 3 Hancock Park, Everett GERHARD FLIEGE 12 Vineyard Rd., North Abington FRANCIS T. FOLEY JR. 227 West Third St., South Boston MARY D. FOLEY 108 Highland Ave., Fitchburg ROBERT E. FOLEY 6 Fletcher Road, Woburn ELIZABETH R. FORBES 48 Bowrker Road, Waltham ROBERT O. FORSANDER 229 Riverside Drive, Northampton KENNETH E. FORSTER 41 East Riverside, Dedham JOYCE W. FORTGANG 170 Coolidge Street, Brookline LEE N. FOSTER 73 Goddard Street, Athol BRIAN M. FRAWLEY 366 Russett Road, Brookline PETER N. FREDERICK Rear 56 Eastern Ave., Gloucester ALINE G. FREEMAN 6 Ash Street, Lawrence BARBARA D. FREEMAN Massachusetts Ave., Lunenburg HORACE W. FRENCH JR. 21 Bull Street, Nev port, R.I. NANCY FRIEDENBERG 865 East Sguantum St., Sguantum SANDRA C. FRUDE 33 Mechanic St., Shelburne Falls VIRGINIA C. FRYC 55 Orchard Street, Adams ROBERT R. FUJCZAK 81 Columbus Ave., Holyoke WALTER S. FUJCZAK 81 Columbus Ave., Holyoke ALBERT T. FULCO 24 Welcome St., Great Barrington RICHARD M. 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GILLETTE 135 Hillside Ave., Holyoke HARRY S. GLASS 15 Scottfield Road, Boston ELAINE CLICK 18 South Lenox Street, Worcester ELLIOTT S. GLICKMAN 55 Arnold Street, Westfield RICHARD GLORIOSO 361 Greendale Ave., Needham GERALD GLYNN 26 Landry Street, New Bedford JOHN J. GODA JR. 1640 Carew Street, Springfield HOWARD E. GOLD 333 Belmont Street, Fall River ANN F. GOLDBERG 21 Cherry Street, Lynn BARBARA J. GOLDBERG 135 Arnold Street, Braintree CAROL E. GOLDBERG 35 Garland Road, Newton PAUL H. GOLDBERG 99 Washington Street, Springfield SUSAN L. GOLDSTEIN 111 Shawmut Street, Quincy MEREDITH A. GONYEA 746 St. James Ave., Springfield EDWIN G. GOODELL 22 Kenwood Street, Greenfield CLEO A. GORMAN 36 Beaumont Street, Springfield DONALD L. GORTON 2 1 Vine Street, Manchester RICHARD H. GOULD 276 Mass Ave., Arlington RODNEY F. GOULDING 37 Shaffner Street, Worcester CAROL A. GRADY 86 Seaver Street, Wellesley JULIUS GRANDONICO 296 North Pleasant St., Amherst DAVID J. GRANOVSKY 337 Rochester Street, Fall River ELIZABETH A. GRANT 64 Ferry St., South Hadley RALPH J. GRASSO 15 North Ave., Haverhill FRANCES GRAVALESE 135 Stratford St., West Roxbury GERARD J. GRAVEL 584 Washington St., South Attleboro PAUL R. GRAVES 7 Main Street, Westford ELIZABETH I. GRAY 224 Union Ave., Framingham BETTY A. GREEN 440 Hillside Ave., Holyoke PATRICIA A. GREEN 385 Highland Ave., Quincy RICHARD W. GREEN 433 Country Way, Sciterate WALTER P. GREEN JR. 98 Capen Street, Milton ESTA F, GREENBERG 107 Freemont Ave., Everett MARTHA R. GREENSPAN 35 Anderson Ave., Holyoke BRUCE N. GREGORY 14 Sanford St., East Longmeadow JOHN W. GREGORY JR. 72 Commercial Street, Provincetown ANNE B. GRIESBACH 765 Bernardston Rd., Greenfield BARBARA E. GROLL 82 Noel Street, Springfield SHELDON GROSSER 157 South Street, Brookline NORMAN A. GROSSMAN 5 Collision Road, Brighton DURELLE J. GROVER 103 Tremont Street, Athol KATHERINE L. GROVER 30 Berry Street, Donvers DOMENIC GUALTIERI 184 Essex Street, Maiden BEVERLY G. GUERNSEY 9 Pine Knoll Road, Lexington JAMES E. GUERNSEY 48 Clark Street, Easthampton DORINNE M. GUIMON D 44 River St., North Attleboro JAMES T. GUSTAFSON West Main Street, Millbury THADDEUS GUTKOWSKl 323 Green River Rd., Greenfield ELAINE M. GWOZDZ East Main Street, Cheshire DENNIS S. HAGER 11 Claflin Ave., Hopkinton ANN HAGGERTY 45 Windom Terrace, North Adams ROBERT C. HALL JR. Still River LOUISE HALLENBROOK 66 Quint Ave., Allston JOSEPH A. HAMEL 10 Park Ave., Monson ELIZABETH HAMILTON 8 Liberty Street, Clinton GORDON P. HAMILTON 25 Ash Street, Marlboro MARY J. HAMILTON 7 Pearl Street, Millbury PETER D. HANCOCK 17 Lawrence Street, Chelsea HARRIET HANDMAN 266 Seaver Street, Dorchester BARBARA P. HANDRICH East Pleasant Street, Amherst JOSEPH C. HANNIGAN 33 True Street, Revere CAROL L. HANNON 5 Franklin Street, Attleboro BETTY T. HANSEN 1077 East Street, Mansfield NOLA J. 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HENIGHAN 33 Palmer Court, Clinton JOSEPH HENRIQUES 84 Maryland Ave., Pittsfield SHERMAN M. HENRY 230 State Rd., North Adams ROGER B. HENSHAW Henshaw Road, Templeton RICHARD P. HERMAN 12 Radcliff Road, Newton RICHARD T. HESLIN 4 Muriel Ave., Wakefield WILLIAM HESSELTON 39 Westminster St., Worcester EUGENE R. HILL Conway HAROLD W. HILL JR. 74 Cross Street, Brockton CHARLES W. HILLIARD 94 Bluff Rd., North Weymouth DUNCAN W. HILLS 12 Bertrand Road, Auburndale ALBIA G. HILTWEIN P.O. Box 283, Monument Beach ROBERT B. HINSON 43 St. Paul Street, Brookline WARREN B. HIRST 5 Center Street, Kingston NEIL HOLZMAN 151 Ames Stfeet, Sharon DORIS I. HODGKINS Liberty Street, Sandwich SARA A. HOFFMAN 328 Kings Highway, West Springfield ALAN B. HOLBROOK 14 Eaton Court, Wellesley Hills JAMES A. HOLLISTER R.F.D., Sunderland PRISCILLA J. HOLMES 3 Gott Ave., Rockport DAVID R. HOPKINS 70 Thomas Street, Belmont DONALD H. HOPKINS 42 Wallace Ave., Auburn CURTIS G. HOWARD 40 Manhan Street, Northampton DOUGLAS S. HOWIE JR. II Arnold Ave., Northampton HAROLD H. ROWLAND I Elm Street, Southampton ANNA E. HUBBARD Highland Street, Marshfield Hills MARCIA J. HUBBARD 57 Fottler Road, Hingham LEO A. HUBERT JR. 230 Sladen Street, Dracut ROBIE O. HUBLEY 99 Thornton Road, Waltham CAROLYN B. HYDE 186 Lebanon Ave.., Pittsfield ALTA MAE IDE 58 Walnut Street, Shrewsbury HOWARD R.. IRVING 273 Commonwealth Ave., North Attleboro CAROL H. JANSSON 22 Warren Ave., Leominster DAVID A. JAYES II McKinley Ave., Easthampton THOMAS I. JEBB JR. White Street, Lunenberg EMMA S. JENNINGS 53 Howes Ave., North Dartmouth PAUL H. JENNINGS West Street, Carver DAVID S. JOH NSON 21 Larchmont Lane, Lexington EDWARD C. JOHNSON Monson State Hospital, Palmer GREGORY F. JOHNSON 22 Western Ave., Greenfield HARRIET M. JOHNSON 10 Davis Ave., Brookline JAMES E. JOHNSON 11 Sherrill Ave., Pittsfield KENNETH W. JOHNSON 22 Northridge Street, Worcester MARY E. JOHNSON 14 Flint St., North Reading RALPH C. JOHNSON 457 Cottage St., New Bedford SANDRA E. JOHNSON 15 Bertrand Road, Auburndale BRUCE F. JONES 20 Pine Ave., Brockton LEO T. JONES 90 Maple Street, Middleton ROBERT T. JONES South Valley Road, Pelham ADOLPH S. JURCZYK 41 Pease Ave., Monson EVELYN W. JYLKKA 22 Stockholm Ave., Rockport P. A. KACZOROWSKl 62 Hathaway St., New Bedford ELLEN I. KALLIO Old Boston Road, Sutton R. J. KALLIPOLITES 4 1 Frederic Street, Springfield PAUL R. KANE South Pamet Road, Truro ROBERT J. KANE 58 Emerson Road, Longmeadow SALLY C. KANE 7 Monument Sguare, Charlestown FREDERICK KAPINOS 16 Saratoga Ave., Chicopee CHESTER J. KANIA JR. 219 East Street, Easthampton ROBERT P. KAPLAN 3 1 Lothrop Street, Beverly STEPHEN KAPLINSKY 35 Coit Street, Holyoke FREDERICK J. KAPLITA 91 Braddock Street, Springfield ELIZABETH I. KARL Maple Parkway, Fitchburg MARILYN KARVELLAS 1 1 Marble Road, Gloucester JERROLD C. KATZ 48 Harwood Street, Lynn LELAND J. KATZ 127 Bretton Road, Springfield KATHERINE KEAVENY 44 Bond Street, Fitchburg JAMES L. KEELON 70 Pontiac Road, Quincy THOMAS D. KEENAN 222 Lake Street, Brighton GREGORY KEKOPOULOS 9 Spring Street, Newburyport EDWARD J. KELLEY JR. 7 Upland Road, Watertown JOAN A. KELLEY 60 Sycamore St., New Bedford BARBARA E. KELLY 14 Highland St., Springfield DONALD R. KELLY 49 Oxford Street, Plttsfield JOHN M. KELLY 37 Brockton Ave., Abington PAUL L. KEMP JR. 200 Green River Road, Greenfield RICHARD P. KENDRA 4 Bill Street, Chicopee RAYMOND A. KENNEDY 235 Beech Street, Holyoke PETER A. KERR 475 Washington St., Goucester DANIEL C. KIELTY 277 Ashby State Rd., Fitchburg RICHARD B. KILLOH 29 Durant Road, Weymouth ANNE L. KILLORY 17 Sachem Street, Wollaston ROGER S. KINDRED 75 Wyoming Road, Newtonville JUDITH KING 64 Harrison Ave., Northampton RALPH W. KING 6 Sheldon Street, Springfield JEAN E. KIRBY 15 Glenville Ave., AUston ROBERT C. KLETT 33 Eagle Street, Springfield GALE E. KLINE 12 Columbia Street, Brookline BERNARDETTE KLOCK 29 Woodway Drive, Shrewsbury CHARLES B. KNIGHT 25 Hazen Street, Springfield JOHN F. KNIGHT 77 Berreley Street, Somerville WILLIAM S. KNOWLTON 1 1 Brent Street, Dorchester HARLAND R. KNOX JR. 28 Lincoln Street, Manchester NANCY A. KOGUT 335 Cedar St., New Bedford EDWARD H. KOPF JR. 53 Broadway, Pittsfield EDWIN A. KORDANA 5 Cherry Street, Adams CAROL P. KOZIK 92 Fourth St., Turners Falls ELIZABETH A. KRAUSS 113 Freedom Street, Hopedale ROBERT B. KUDERA 447 Cedar Brook Road, Lynn JOHN A. KULAS Jenks Road, Cheshire MARTHA L. KULCZYK 24 Middle Road, Gardner NORMAN S. KWIST 1324 Allen Street, Springfield PAUL A. LACOMBE Old Road Nine Acre, Concord RICHARD F. LACROIX 18 Vernon Street, Northampton CONSTANCE LAFLECHE 52 North. Woodstock, Southbridge SUSAN G. LAFRANCIS 66 Wilson Street, Agawam WAYNE R. LALIBERTE Andy Boy Farms, Concord DOUGLAS M. LANE 6 Sunset Ave., Chelmsford HAROLD M., LANE JR. 327 Shrewsbury Street, Holden ROBERT E. LANE 53 Middle Street, Florence BRIAN W. LANGEN 701 Main Street, Leominster RICHARD J. LANZA 1237 Central Street, Leominster THOMAS A. LAPLANTE 12 West Lake St., Easthampton WILLIAM R. LAROCQUE 1 Goddard Court, Plymouth BURRITT R. LARSON Hancock Road, Wiiliamstown JANICE M. LARSSON 19 Irving Park, Watertown ROBERT W. LARSSON 17 Madison Street, Belmont BARBARA A. LASHER 18 Park Ave., North Adams SHARON M. LATHEM 31 Clinton Street, Fitchburg KATHLEEN D. LAVIGNE 21 Stoneland Road, Worcester RUTH M. LAWRENCE 64 White Street, Quincy ANN F. LAWSON 212 South Street, Athol RAYMOND S. LAWSON 5 Howe Street, Goucester BARBARA LAZARCHICK 188 Springfield St., Chicopee SUSAN A. LEACH 94 Middle Street, Fairhaven KATHLEEN J. LEARY 177 Main St., South Deerfield WENDELL J. LEARY 96 North Street, Foxboro ROBERT W. LEASON 24 Kellogg Ave., Amherst LEO C. LEBLANC 114 Charles Street, Waltham RENE E. LEBLANC 20 Pleasant St., North Attleboro WAYNE J. LEBLANC 17 Abbott Street, Pittsfield MILTON LEBOWITZ 9 Avon Ave., Methuen HOWARD M. LEDEWITZ 1096 Longmeadow St., Longmeadow LAWRENCE T. LEE 23 Lawndale Street, Springfield RICHARD J. LEE 28 Congress Street, Pittsfield EDGAR G. LEFEBVRE 7 Reed Street, Cambridge CAMILLE A. LEGER Pratt Street, Lunenburg GERALD P. LEMBERG 2772 Main Street, Springfield JAMES D. LEONARD Willow St., P.O. Box, West Harwich RUSSELL R. LEONARD 60 Williams Street, Williamsburg ALEXANDER K. LESLIE 258 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield RONALD J. LETENDRE 340 Eastern Ave., Springfield CHARLES E. LEVERONE 18 Pleasant Street, Arlington ROBERT L. LEVEY 108 Marion Street, Brookline HELEN B. LEVINE 69 University Road, Brookline GTATIA G. LEW 12 Littell Road, Brookline GEORGE F. LEWENCZYK 31 Soule Road, Wilbraham ANITA C. LEWIS Ayer Road, Harvard THEODORE L. LIAPIS 124 Beulah Street, Whitman ROBERT A . LIEBERMAN 122 Massasolt Street, Springfield INTA M. LIEPINS 30 Wood Ave., Mansfield MARGARET LINDBERG 36 Warren Ave., Seekonk COLEN R. LINDELL Prospect Hill Road, Brimfield CAROLE A. LINDSAY 551 Springfield Street, Chicopee CHRISTINE LINDSEY 8 Sheppard Ave., Braintree JUDITH A. LINSCOTT 42 Lasalle Rd., Needham Heights RICHARD P. LIPMAN 24 Hemlock Drive, Natick RICHARD S. LISS 1401 Highland Ave., Fall River HARRIET J. LODDER 9 Pine St., Whitinsville JUDITH L. LOEB 15 Ransom Road, Brighton PETER H. LOFTUS 176 Essex Street, Marlboro RICHARD J. LONG 303 Beach Street, Quincy ANDREW R. LONGYEAR Box 678, Amherst CAROLE A. LOONEY 275 Main Street, Athol RAYMOND E. LORD 21 Willow Street, Adams RONALD J. LORING 87 Babcock Ave., North Weymouth BEVERLY A. LUCE 255 White Street, Springfield CAROL W. LUFTMAN 6 Nazing C ourt, Roxbury PRISCILLA LUPPOLD 100 Sanders Ave., Lowell ALBERT J. LUSSIER W Street, Lunenburg Dis., Fitchburg RICHARD P. LUSSIER 1154 South Main St., Fall River GEORGE LUST 22 Westfield Road, Holyoke JOHN H. LYNCH 6 Curtiss Street, Winchester JOHN J. LYNCH 3 Harrison Ave., Braintree WAYNE O. LYNCH 29 Chapel Street, Springfield DONALD C. LYON Pittsfield Kebix Road, Lenox JOSEPH M. LYONS 266 Hyatt Ave., Haverhill EDMUND L. LYSEK 107 Cyman Drive, Chicopee JANE E. MACDONALD 22 Bliss Street, Taunton ROBERT D. MACELROY 22 Norman Street, Cambridge ROSE MACGILLIVRAY 98 Orchard Street, Leominster DONALD E. MACINTYRE 66 Central St., Turners Falls DAVID A. MACKENZIE 7 Vernon Street, Braintree RUSSELL I. MACNAYR 81 Lasalle St., East Longmeadov GAIL E. MACQUARRIE 15 Congreve Street, Roslindale CYNTHIA MACRITCHIE 4 Eliot Circle, Ashland DAVID C. MACRITCHIE 4 Eliot Circle, Ashland LINDA L. MADISON 1 Sibley Street, Grafton KENNETH MADOFF 63 Evans Street, Dorchester THEODORE MAEL 28 Duke Street, Mattapan PAUL H. MAGEE 38 Britten Street, Stoughton ARTHUR H. MAHONEY 146 Huckins Ave., Quincy PHILIP S. MAJESKI 80 Little River Rd., Westfield BETTY ANN MAKI West Townsend Road, Lunenburg HAROLD F. 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