University of New Haven - Chariot Yearbook (West Haven, CT)
- Class of 1963
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-.,• ' ' ■ " . - - LIBRAKY UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEf 33 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 1 THE CHARIOT New Haven College West Haven, Connecticut WILLIAM F. BUCKNALL THOMAS M. McGUIRE IRVIN D. ZEIDENBERG RUSSELL D. OFFENBACH EDWARD T. SHEEHAN PRUDENCE L. ROBERTSON CHARIOT STAFF PRISCILLA A. SANKOW DEDICATION Many yearbooks are iiitroduoed each year. Few are unique. Yet com- mon to all is a word which should be synonymous with institutions of higher learning. This word is knowledge. This book is not dedicated to human beings. They are transient. Rather it is dedicated to the things they have left behind. This is what makes knowledge what it is. We need only to look at the legacy of the Greeks for the foundations of our present-day knowledge. Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Demosthenes are only a few of the many Greek names that are commonly known. Yet few of us realize the contributions that the Greeks have made to our present-day culture. I say present-day culture because time is relative in regard to knowledge. We cannot call these people ancient because the connotation attached to this word ancient means that their ideas are obsolete, discarded, or were only useful for the time of the Greeks themselves. Inquiry proves this false. We still have not answered Socrates ' question of what justice is al- though we all seem to have an idea of what it is not. Have you ever stopped to pose that question sometime in your life and only developed generalities because that is where man ' s mind rests most easily? We venture to say that we haven ' t added as nuich to man ' s knowledge of himself as we sometimes think. Yet we always initiate our search for knowledge with the Greeks. When we think of Greece we think of Athens, of democracy, of Plato and his Republic, and some of the greatest contributions to society that the world has yet known. Vivid in our minds are the tragedies of Aeschylus, Euripides, and Sophocles. Names such as Homer and his Iliad and the Odyssey are all so familiar. Taken individually they are artistic accomplish- ments of great magnitude: taken collectively they point out the vast legacy of debt that is owed to the Greeks. We are indebted to them not because they were noted for their proficiency with the sword, but rather because their minds were keen and razor-edged. We here at New Haven College, as do all college students, have obligation to these Greeks. We can never hope to repay the vast legacy of knowledge that they have given us. But we can add to this knowledge. We can use the knowledge that we have the opportunity to gain at New Haven College to provide us with a foundation to enhance and enlarge our intellects. We have the opportunity to leave a legacy of our own that may some day be considered as adding to man ' s knowledge. We have the opportunity: we have the responsibility. It is up to each one of us individually to fulfill this responsiljility. The Chariot Staff takes great pleasure in presenting to you, the class of nineteen hundred sixty-three, this year ' s issue of the yearbook — the first to be published by New Haven College. In this book we have tried to capture our school life as we have lived it in the past — and as we will remember it long after we liid farewell. This staff has achieved the distinction of being the first to have completed a great undertaking, the editing of a new book in a new, fast-growing institution. We hope that this book will act as a pioneer for year- books of the future. SAWYER GRAYSON Editor-in-Chief I First row. from left to right: Frederick F. Fischer. Mrs. Lucy T. Hammer, Roland M. Bixler. Mar in K. Peterson. Stuart W. Finlay. Second row: Hubert C. Hodge. Norman 1. Botwinik. William G. Cleaver, John Perry Miller. George R. Tiernan. Allen C. Hutchinson. Third row: Ellis C. Maxcy. Carmine A. Angeloni. Richard H. Bowerman, Alfred C. Gilbert, Jr.. Felix Zweig. Fourth row: Richard C. Maconi, Frederick J. Wilson, Jr John Dickie, Milton P. Bradley, J. Lawrence Fischer. Bottom Photos, jrom left to right: Mrs. F. Morgan Taylor, Jr., Porter H. Bulkeley Smith, Bruce F. Powrie, George R. Willis, Robert L Metcalf. THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS 19 The New Haven College Board of Governors salutes the staff and advisors of this first edition of The Chariot. Although the Board deals primarily in policy matters, finance, evaluation, and planning, we are very much interested in the students and alumni. What they are and what they do in the future for the community and for themselves is the final test of how well the faculty, the administration, and the Board have fulfilled their responsibilities. One of the advantages of an independent community college like this is that its students can return at any time in the future for studies attuned to their interests and needs. We look forward to their continued interest and support in our mutual efforts to make the time spent at New Haven College satisfying and stiinulating. ROLAND M. BIXLER Chairman oj the Board THE PRESIDENT To The Graduates This is the first time a president of New Haven College has been able to offer his congratulations to a graduating class in the form of a yearbook message. There is great meaning in this opportunity because the very existence of a yearbook is tangible evidence of our changing college. The three years at our West Haven campus have seen phenomenal change and growth, most of which has per- tained to our full-time programs. This quantitative change pre- sents a very important and grave question: Are we aware that a change upward in quantity alone is not enough? This year ' s evalua- tion and re-accreditation of all our existing programs indicate that we have been concerned with quality. We are gratified that educators from without our own walls found us more than acceptable. We are challenged bv the recommenda- tions thev have made, and find them justified. All point toward making good quality better and we accept these challenges and will meet them. We believe that we have over- come the many basic and urgent problems of our quick transition. We have the necessities to work with, we have a real student body in both numbers and spirit, and we have the basic faculty and staff upon which we can build an ever- stronger teaching and administra- tive organization. Just as our College grows, so does the alumni. Some of you will continue vour education here and not become alumni for two more vears, but whether now or then, we challenge you to accept the respon- sibilities of a good alumus. The best wishes of our entire College Family, and my own, go to each of vou who are granted your degrees this vear. larvin K. Peterson ♦ .♦♦•.♦■ To The Graduates As many commencement speakers em- phasize, the Commencement Exercises rep- resent your entry into a new life — a be- ginning. Although this is oft-repeated, it is very true. You graduates are blessed and cursed with an entry into a very dynamic and tech- nological society that will require your constant alertness and continued education- al training whether it be on a formal or informal basis. Methods must be found, for example, to speed up the education and training of specialized manpower: new education-in- dustry relationships must be formed: inno- vations between educators and professional and technical societies are needed. Other vital sectors of our society, in addition to officials of higher education, are intimately involved in the solutions to our manpower problem. But the challenge to vou as college gradu- ates in the total spectrum of responsibility calls for further daring exploration, objec- tive analysis and action. In brief, your edu- cation is just beginning. Dean Hutchinson ALLEN C. HUTCHINSON, Dean Ph.D. PHILLIP KAPLAN Director of Eveiiinp, Division I should like to take this opportunity to extend to the students of the Evening Credit Program who are receiving degrees at the June commencement my congratulations and best wishes for future suc- cess. Your enthusiasm for education has been remarkable and the sacrifices that lui ha e made to obtain it deserve the warmest ap- proval of the faculty and administration of tiie college, of our families and our community. It is our hope that many will continue their education. In this endeavor I know that ou will have the fullest support and encour- agement of all associated with the College. P. Kaplan Z ai -- ARNOLD, JOSEPH J. M.S., Southern Connecticut State College; Assistant Professor; ( . ' hairman. Department of Indus- I rial Administration. BENNETT, STEPHEN J. A.M., Columbia University; As- sociate Professor; Chairman, De- partment of General Studies. BOAK. IRWIN S. M.A., New York State Teachers College; Assistant Professor; Chairman, Department of Physics. COLTON, GEORGE W. Ph.B., Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University; Instructor, Me- chanical Engineering. DIMICK, WILLIAM C. r..S.. UniMT ' ity of Maine; Place- ment Director. GHOREYEB, JOHN W. B.A., M.A., Yale University; Di- rector of Student Services. GOLUBOFF, SYDNEY J. .B., Amherst College; Instruc- tor, General Studies. GROSS, OSCAR L. M.E.E., University of Lausanne; Associate Professor; Chairman, Department of Electrical Engi- neering. GRIFFETH, OLGA C. A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College; Secretary to the College. HAMEL, EARL A.B., Marietta College; Instruc- tor, Mathematics. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ■ 1 ■ HBi KIREMIDJIAN. CARABED D. NYCE. WILLIAM Ph.D., Yale Universilv: Instruc- B.S.. LIniversitv of Pennsyhania; KIRBY, ROBERT R. icir. General Studies. ' Instructor, Chemistry. ORMROD, DONALD R. M.A.. University of North Caro- B.S., University of Massachusetts; Hna; Instructor, General Studies. Director of Athletics. OSBORN, FLORENCE 1!.A., LIniversity of Connecticut; Instructor, Department of Gener- al Studies. PARKER, VIRGINIA M. A.B., Bates College: Director, Di- vision of Special Studies. PARKER, LAWRENCE C. A.B., Bates College; M.A., Tufts University; Director, The School of Executive Development. PORTER, MILTON R. B.S.E., University of Connecti- PATTON. ELIZABETH H. PINCIARO, ANTHONY V. ' ut: Instructor, Electrical Engi- B.S., M.S., Columbia University; M.S., Boston College: Assistant neerin?- Librarian. Professor: Chairman, Depart- ment of Chemistry. ' A tj RAMSHAW, KATHARINE BLENIS A.I)., B.S., Registrar and Alumni . ( ' cit ' tarv. REED, ARTHUR M. B.S.. Syracuse University; Direc- liii of Public Relations. ROBERTSON, CUSHMAN L. B.S., University of Miami; M.A.. Columbia University; Director of Admissions and Guidance. SIEGEL, IRWIN M.A., ale University; Associate Professor, Industrial Administra- tion: Chairman, Department of Industrial Adniinist ration. SIMONS, GENE R. M.S., Stevens Institute of Tech- nology; Assistant Professor; As- sistant to Chairman, Industrial Administration Department. VIEIRA, FLORINDO B.S., Quinnipiac College; In structor. Physical Education. WARNER, THOMAS C, .)R. M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Chairman, Depart- ment of Mathematics. 12 YANOVER, RUTH W. M.A., University of Wisconsin; Instructor, Industrial Administra- tion. AMARAL, DANIEL J. Country Club Road, Newtown MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: The NEWS I, 2; Committee on Presidential Poll. BILINSKI, WILLIAM 965 DerbyMilford Road.. Orange MAJOR: Electrical Engineer BROWN, ROBERT N. 24 Chester Street, Milford MAJOR: Business Adminis tration Deans List BLICKHOLZ, ROBERT E. 245 Woodward . ' venue. New Ha rn MAJOR: Industrial Manage ment FUTURE: Continue Ednci tion BETMAN, JEFFREY R. 294 Whalley Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1: The NEWS 2, 3 BOHNWAGNER, EDWARD E., JR. f)9 Silliman Road, Wallingford MAJOR: Industrial Manage- ment BURNETT, WALLACE E. II Pond Street, Seymour - L JOR: Industrial Engineer- ing Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 3, 4, Student Court 3, 4, Chairman of Student Publications Committee 3, 4; Chairman Rings and Pins Committee 3: Parliamentarian 4; Editor of Handbook 3; Yearbook Staflf 4: The NEWS 1 14 i. " «.■ •i- -♦ .♦■.♦•.♦ CAPPELLETTI, FRED R. 43 Bennett Avenue, W;iterbury MAJOR: Electrical Engineei CARVALHO, JOHN 11 Eaton Drive. Wallingford MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- FUTURE: tion Continue Educa- CORRELL. ROBERT E. Radio Tower Road. Prospect MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing FUTURE: Continue Educa- CAREY, JOHN PATRICK 314 Park Street, West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 1. alternate 4; Soccer 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 1, 2; The NEWS 1 CHANDRA, SUNIL 13 Noble Avenue, Milford MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing Deans List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 4; IRE 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion COLLINS, WALTER E. 41 Beecher Place, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1. 2: Drama Society 4; The NEWS 2, 3, 4 COTTON, WILFRED G. 88 Cornflower Drive, Milford MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: American Soci- ety for Testing and Materials 15 EVANS, A. GLENN 419 Blake Street, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration FUTURE: Service. Continue Education FUNK, HAROLD ROGER 15 Lake Street, West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Intramurals FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GORE, WILLIAM T. 613 Ridgefield Avenue Bridgeport MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration AC TIVITIES: NHC Engineer- ing Society, Program Chair- man 1, Vice-Chairman 2, Chairman 3; American Soci- ety for Metals. Team member of Development Drives FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion for Masters GRAYSON, SAWYER T. 165 Colony Road, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Faculty Relations Commit- tee 4, Ring Committee 4, Stu- dent Court 3, 4; Drama Soci- ety 3, 4, Stage Manager 3: Yearbook 4, Editor-in-Chief 4 FUTURE: Law School FUCCL ANTHONY J. 99 Burke Street, Hamden MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: SAM 3, 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GABRIEL, JOSEPH 72 High Street, Naugatuck MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing, Mechanical Option ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2, 3, 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion HEWETT, RUSSELL E. 12 Grand Street, West Haven MAJOR. Electrical Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 4 16 JONES, TIM W. .39 Fountain Street, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration 1961 Alumni Scholarship Award ACTIVITIES: Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, alternate 4, Stu- dent Court 3, Social Commit- tee Chairman 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Basketball 1, 2; Drama Society 3, 4; Intramu- rals 3, 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion KAPLOWITZ, JAY M. 30 Roger White Drive, New Haven MAJOR: Journalism Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion MARCIO, ROGER ARNOLD 765 Washington Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering, Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Intramurals, Soccer 2; Basketball 2, 3; SAM 4: The NEWS 4 FlITURE: Continue Educa- tion, Mechanical Engineering McCAULLEY, HARRY T. 141 Valley Street, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2: Intramurals FUTURE: Industrial Admin- istration PASCALE, JOHN ADAM 1366 Boulevard, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing, Mechanical Engineering ACTIVITIES: Intramurals, Apollo Brother ' s Softball Team; SAM 4; Humanities Club 4; Chess Club 4 FUTURE: Vice-President New Haven Special Machinery Co.. Inc. 17 PECKINGHAM, JOHN F. 758 Campbell Avenue, West Haven MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing Half Tuition Scholarship 2 Full Tuition Scholarship 3, 4 High honors — A.S. Degree Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4, Faculty Relations Committee, Nominations and Elections Committee 4, Stu- dent Court 3, 4; Freshman Week Committee 4; Class President 2; IRE FUTURE: Graduate work in Electrical Engineering ROCK, JOSEPH J. 44 Monroe Street, Oakville MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: SAM SIMONELLO, JOHN ANTHONY, JR. East Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 4: The MOOS: Year- book Staff, Business Manager 4; Freshman Week Commit- tee; Drama Society 3, 4 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion SIMONIELLO, ROGER A. 2765 Whitney Avenue, Hamden MAJOR: Industrial Manage- ment FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion SIMPATICO, HENRY A. 459 Ferry Street, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Engineer ing Deans List ACTIVITIES: SAM 3, 1; Membership Chairman 3 FUTURE: Olin Chemical Corp. VALENTINE. ROGER L. 464 Lopus Road, Beacon Fall MAJOR: Industrial Admini: tration l)i-an " s List WASKO, STEPHEN 90 North Street, Seymour M.AJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration Dean ' s List Part Scholarship 3 Full Scholarship 4 FUTURE: Government Train- ing Program, Continue Educa- tion WTORKOWSKI. JOSEPH W. 455 Franklin Avenue. Stratford MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ZINYCH. WALTER 8 Halsey Street MAJOR: Industrial Manag. ment Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: SAM FUTURE: Continue Educ. tion 18 ♦„♦•.♦■ ASSOCIATES L»iiiic5 tem0 DEGREE 19 ARMING, SALVATORE Sal 13 April Street, West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tion ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1: Intramurals 1, 2. FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ALMAZA, JOSEPH 16 Ward Street, New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2; Ten- nis 1; Drama Society 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ARNESEN, AUGUSTO 100 Bay Shore Drive, Milford MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Weight Lifting Club 2, President 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ATKINSON, JAMES HENRY 229 Alps Road, Branford MAJOR: Journalism ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1, 2; Humanities Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion AZZARO, RICHARD G. 312 Blatchley Avenue. New Haven MAJOR: Laboratory Tech- niques ACTIVITIES: Humanities Club 2 FUTURE: Laboratory Science BARTHOLOMEW, JAMES F. 9 School Street, Seymour BATZA, LAWRENCE 21 Winchester Avenue New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Committee work FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BECKERMAN, DAVID 120 Glenview Terrace New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 2; Student Court 2; Intramurals 1, 2, All Star Basketball Team 1; Literary Magazine 2, Assistant Editor 2; The NEWS 1; Chorus 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BODMER, PAUL A. Shepherd Lane, Orange MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1; Amateur Radio Club 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BELL. JOHN Amity Road, Woodbridge MAJOR: Arts and Science ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2; Glee Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BERGER. KENNETH JORDAN 52 Davis Street, New Haven MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BLOCK, MYRNA 423 Edgewood Avenue, New Ha en MAJOR: Journalism ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1. 2, Woman ' s Editor 1, 2; Stu- dent Handbook 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BROWN, DAVID F. 1028 Winchester Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2 FUTURE: Continue Educi lion BUCKNALL, WILLIAM F. 12 Cove Avenue, Milford MAJOR: Journalism Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 2, Night Editor 2: Yearbook Staff 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BUXTON, WILLIAM A. 18 Baldwin Street, Devon MAJOR: Management ACTIVITIES: Evening Stu- dent Council. Secretary FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BUCHTA, DONALD 196 Church Street, Guilford MAJOR: Business Adminis- tration Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1: Bas- ketball 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion CEPKAUSKAS, MARTIN 38 Silver Street, Waterbury MAJOR: Engineering Dean ' s List FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion n CIARCIA, RONALD 1122 Fienemann Road, Farmington MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1. 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion BRUNETTL RuLAM) CAPOBIANCO, WILMA CAROTI, ROBERT J. Maple Drive, Prospect 56 Emerson Street, New Haven 143 Lanison Street West Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts MAJOR: Industrial Engineer ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 1 ; Drama Society 1 ing FUTURE: Continue r uca FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion tion COMSTOCK. ALVIN F., JR. Old Sachems Head Rd., Guilford MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion CONWAY. EDWARD 109 Harrison Street, New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion COOKE, MARGARET 620 East Main Street, Branford MAJOR: Liberal Arts DELLAPIANO, JOHN 105 Tremont Street. Ansoiiij MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: SAM 4; Hu- manities Club 4: Social Com- mittee 3, 4; Handbook Com mittee 3, 4: Yearbook Pho- tography Staff 4; Drama So- ciety 4: Freshman Week 4: Chess Club 4; AIIE FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion COX, JOHN THOMAS 35 Greer Circle, Milford MAJOR: Engineering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion DAVIDSON, DORIS MAREE 19 Chestnut Street. West Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 1 DiADAMO, HARRY 127 Hughes Street, East Haven MAJOR: Personnel Adminis- tration FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion DONNELLY. ROBERT 25 Kimberlv Road, West Hartford MAJOR: Journalism Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1. 2; Humanities Club 2; Stu- dent Handbook Committee 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion DeMAIO, CHARLOTTE A. 141 Arlington Street, West Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Drama Society 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion DUDA, THOMAS 386 Thompson Street, Stratford MAJOR: Engineering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion DINNERSTEIN. BARBARA ANN 51 Glenview Terrace. New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Cheerleadinti 1; The NEWS 1: Bridcre Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion FITZGERALD, ROBERT 26 Treadwell Street, West Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Soccer Mana- ger 2; Basketball Manager 2; Intramurals — Baseball, Bas- ketball. Football 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion FOLLO, PHILLIP 341 Foxon Road, East Haven MAJOR: Laboratory Tech- niques FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GADOMSKI, DOROTHY 65 Victoria Road, New Britain MAJOR: Liberal Arts Half Scholarship 1, 2 Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Social Commit- tee 1, 2; Cheerleading 1; Hu- manities Club 2, Secretary 2: Freshman Tea Committee 1 ; Handbook Committee 1, 2, As- sistant Editor 1. Editor 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- GEBAUER, JOHN 210 Highland Avenue, West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2: Intramurals — Basketball. Softball 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GARVEY, DAVID 18 Nicholas Square, Milford MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Bridge Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GIACCI, JOHN 38 Benton Street, New Haven MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment ACTIVITIES: Drama Society 1, President 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GITLITZ, CHARLES 33 Kensington Street, New Haven MAJOR: Engineering Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa tion GOODSTEIN. EDWARD L. 208 Winslow Drive, New Haven MAJOR: Engineering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion 24 i. ;i! ; GRAYEB, PHILIP 248 Moran Street, Waterbury MAJOR: Engineering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion GREGORY, LOIS 141 Astoria Avenue, Bridgeport MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 1; Drama Society 1: The NEWS 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion HAYNES, JUDITH E. Leetes Island, Guilford MAJOR: Liberal Arts Full Tuition Scholarship Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 1, Recording Secre- tary 1: Nominations and Elec- tions Committee 1, 2; Fund Drive Representative 2; Stu- dent Court 1, Secretary 1 : Freshman Week Chairman 2: Handbook Committee 1, 2: Freshman Parents ' Tea Com- mittee 1 ; Upper Class Par- ents ' Tea Committee 1 ; Grad- uation Ceremonies Committee 1 ; Drama Society 1, 2, Finan- cial Manager 2; Humanities Club 2; Chess Club 2; The NEWS 2; Yearbook Photog- raphy Editor 2: New Clubs and Organizations Co-ordina- tor 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion HARNISH, LINDA LEE 201 Parker Farms Road, Wallingford MAJOR: Journalism and Public Relations ACTIVITIES: Humanities Club 2; The NEWS 1, 2 FUTURE: Public Relations HAMILTON, ARLEY E. 68 Marshall Street, West Haven MAJOR: Personnel Adminis- tration Dean ' s List FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion HERLING, VERNA 253 Willow Street New Haven HUDSON, FREDERIC SHERIDAN 68 Trumbull Street West Haven MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion HURWITZ, MARTIN 367 Edgewood Avenue New Haven MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Intramurals — Softball, Football 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion JACOBSON, ROBERT %■ ' ■ 273 Boston Street, Guilford KEATING, ROBERT 119 Elliott Avenue, Waterbury JAMES. GORDON W. 294 Howard Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: Class President 2; Amateur Radio Club 1. 2, Vice President and Activi- ties Manager 1. 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion JOHNSON, WILLIAM B. 66 Carrington Avenue. Milford MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 2, Photographer 2 ; Amateur Radio Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion KOINES, PETER JOHN 44 Florence Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Drama Societv 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion KOPCHIK, MICHAEL 5 West Road, Ansonia MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Class Secre- tary-Treasurer 1 ; Intramurals 2; Humanities Club 2; Chess Club 2 KENNEY, THOMAS 128 First Street, Hamden LEE, WALTER A. Ill Concord Street, New Ha ' en MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing Scholarship ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ■♦■•♦■♦ ' ■ LEFLER, ELIZABETH 88 Great Hill Road, Seymour MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1 LEIGH, CHARLES 22 Clarkson Street, Ansoiiia MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion LEVIS, THOMAS J. 62 Pardee Street, New Haven MAJOR: Laboratory Tech- niques ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1. Business Staff 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion LORENZ, MICHAEL J. 229 Alden Avenue, New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2; Draina Society 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion LUNDEBERG, RUSSELL E. 59 Kent Street, Hartford MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Chess Club. SAM, Engineering Society FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion LUTTERS, JOHN 227 Old Tavern Road, Orange MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2: Basketball 1 ; Intramurals — Basketball 2 FUTURE: Finance LYNCH, ANDREW 167 Plank Road, Waterbury MACKLOW, ROBERT 112 Howard Street, Fairfield MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Intramurals — Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion MARONEY, EDGAR E. 16 Great Circle Road, West Haven MAJOR: Personnel Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Class Vice- President 1; Golf 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion McGUIRE, THOMAS 25 Baltimore Street, Hartford MAJOR: Commercial Art Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Drama Society 1; Student Dance Band 1, 2; Yearbook Staff FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion MURDOCK, THOMAS GEORGE 22 Legion Avenue, Stratford MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Intramurals — Football 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion NICOTRA, SALVATORE 286 Benham Hill Road. West Haven MAJOR: Business Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Weight Lifting Club 2; Humanities Club 2 FUTURE: Business NAIDEN, PETER Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: Intramurals — Football, Basketball, Baseball 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion NICHOLSON, ALEXANDER W., JR. 91 Farmington Avenue, Plainville MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 1, 2, Student Court 1, 2, Ring Committee, Social Committee 1, 2, Nominations Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Golf Team 1, 2, Captain 2; Student Lounge Supervisor 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion OSSOLA, GEORGE Beach Drive, Torrington MAJOR: Commercial Art ACTIVITIES: Intramurals I, 2, Captain Softball Team 1 ; Weight Lifting Club 1, 2. Treasurer 1. 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion PAPA, ANTHONY S. 77 Village Street North Haven MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion 28 A %■ ♦■ ♦•■♦•.,♦■ PARMELEE. GORDON C. 1 45 Lanison Street West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 2: SAM 3 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion PATTERSON, WILLIAM 27 Simset Road, Hamden PHUKKANASUT, THIPPHONGS 1252 Chapel Street, New Haven MAJOR: Personnel Adminis- tration FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion PERKINS, JAMES 13 Jamaica Court, East Haven MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing FUTURE: tion Continue Educa- PELESH, RAYMOND L. 13 Crescent Street, Ansonia MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2, Basketball Captain 1 : Bowling Team 1, 2, Captain 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion PERRY, JANICE 86 Morris Avenue, West Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 1, 2, Captain 2: Drama So- ciety 1; Humanities Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion PIAZZA, RICHARD J. 1047 Campbell Avenue, West Haven MAJOR: Laboratory Tech- niques ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1: In- tramurals 1, 2. Basketball Captain 1; SAM 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion, Research Industry PONZO, PATRICIA A. 530 Ridge Road, Orange MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment ACTIVITIES: Parents ' Tea Committee 1 ; Welcome Dance Committee 1 ; Drama Society 1 29 ROY. RICHARD F. 22 Arlington Street, West Haven MAJOR: Journalism ACTIVITIES: Intramurals — Softball 1, 2; Humanities Club 2; Chess Club 2: The NEWS 1, 2, Sports Editor 1, News Editor 2; Chairman of Freshman Week 2; Vice- Chairman of Class 2; Bowl- ing League 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion, Journalism ' h ROBERTSON, NANCY MICHAEL Grassy Hill Road, Lyme MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Drama Society 1: Bridge Club 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ROBINSON, GARY JOHN 12 Ward Place, West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration, Personnel Administra- tion FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ROCHE, JOHN EDWARD 63 Clifford Street, Hamden MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 3, Social Committee Chairman 3 ; Basketball 1 ; Intramurals 2 RUSSO, MARIE 277 Colonial Blvd., West Haven MAJOR: Personnel Managt ment ACTIVITIES: Parents " Te Committee 1 SANTINO, THOMAS 100 Wilbrook Road, Stratford MAJOR: Industrial Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 2; Faculty Relations Committee 2; Tennis 1, 2; Golf 2; SAM 3 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion RULKA, EDWARD T. 1461 South Avenue, Stratford MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2; SAM 1 FUTLIRE: Continue Educa- tion SANSOUCIE, CONRAD 116 Ball Farm Road, Oakville SANZONE, RAYMOND 230 Helen Street, Hamden MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 2; Rings and Pins Committee 2; Soccer 2, Cap- tain 2; Student Court 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion SAWICKI, ANTHONY Birchwood Drive Birchwood Drive, Ansonia MAJOR; Electrical Engineer- ing ACTIVITIES: Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2 SHEEHAN, EDWARD 39 Whiting Street, Hamden MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: The NEWS 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion SPODNICK, ELIZABETH A. 476 Barnum Terrace Stratford MAJOR: Journalism and Public Relations Part Scholarship 2 ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 1, Student Court 1, Secretary 1; Freshman Tea Committee 1 ; Upperclass Tea Committee ; Freshman Week Committee; Drama Society 1; Humanities Club 2; The NEWS 1, 2, Copy Editor 1, Managing Editor 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion, Public Relations SUGDINIS. JOHN DENNIS 6 Grove Court, Waterbury MAJOR: Electrical Engineer- ing FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion SUSKO, HELENE MARY 786 Derby-Milford Road, Orange MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment ACTIVITIES: Social Commit- tee 1 ; Parents ' Tea Commit- tee; Drama Society 1, Secre- tary 1 TELFORD, ROBERT R. Boston Post Road, Madison MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion THOMAS, NEALE H. 37 Shoreham Road, New Haven MAJOR: Laboratory Tech- niques ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1. 2; Instructor with Handicap- pers Club FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion TIERNAN, JOHN 117 Thomas Street. West Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WASDO, CHARLES 2 Cotton Hollow, Naugatuck MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 2, Sports Editor 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion TRAVISANO, RICHARD THOMAS 28 Starview Avenue, Waterbury MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: Humanities Club 2; Dance Band 2, Or- ganizer 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WEISS, LAWRENCE DAVID 206 Lakeview Terrace, New Haven MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration ACTIVITIES: The NEWS, Sports Editor 1 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion TROY, EARL 478 Pine Rock Avenue, Hamden MAJOR: Personnel Adminis- tration FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WEIHING, THOMAS J. 67 Englewood Avenue, Bridgeport MAJOR: Personnel Manage- ment FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WELTER, RICHARD 57 Pierpont Street, New Haven MAJOR: Engineering Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WENDELOWSKI, KARL F 67 Root Avenue, Ansonia MAJOR: Engineering Dean ' s List ACTIVITIES: Day Student Council 2, Faculty Relations Committee 2; Class President 1: Intramurals 2; Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, President 1. 2 32 WILCOX, JOHN D.. JR. Bethmour Road, Bethany MAJOR: Industrial Adminis- tration FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion WILSON, DAVID R. 6 James Street, East Haven MAJOR: Business Adminis- tration CTIVITIES: SAM 1. 2 FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ZEIDENBERG, IRVIN 47 Emerson Street. New Haven MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Assistant Art Editor of the Yearbook FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion ZINYCZ, JAROSLAW 207 Cooper Place, New Haven MAJOR: Mechanical Engi- neering FUTURE: Continue Educa- tion 33 Qll ITIEB .-a " 1 i iili s -J " , ' 3 : , fct, - CQ -s ' m 5! u 2 = d , 2-o c H-1 t— 1 rd Tomasie Theodore elowski, D III picture ro, John M , Edwai d row: Wend nt fro k Maui o u H w Q D ocial Co ling Se kinghan Record! Counci Raymo n, S pon( Pec nes, the eiss. m O ' Brie , Corres It; John udy Hay dvisor to Drdon Pr .2 £ S- 0 =3 O •- „ Wi nac resi irer yeb son, ..« . = «_ i is ill ■= ' 5 H5g £ = :,-=- 4 ItjjS ' " : ., 2i i s 3 =o_S £ £ 1 . . - ront hair awyt ent; ;tary econ t . 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RINGS AND PINS COMMITTEE Jo-Ann Vanacore, Raymond Sanzone, Chairman: Donald Beattie and Al Nicholson complete the new design of the college ring. ♦ ' •♦■ ♦• ♦■ FIRST STUD ENT COURT — 1962 John Peckingham, Presiding: Ralph DeVivo. Bette Spodnick, Secretary: Thomas Sloane, Past President of the Student Council: Mr. Ghoreyeb. 39 The Student Couit was created in 1962 to cover infractions of the school rules by any Day Student. It has a two-fold purpose : 1 ) to decide if a vio- lation of the rules has occurred, and, 2) to analyze and affix penalties if required. Findings of the Court are recom- mendations to the staff and reflect Stu- dent Opinion in Student Discipline. :4t ' ■ ' 4- 4 PARENTS ' TEA COMMITTEE Sitting, lejt to right: Gail Swerling, Filmore Bain. General Chairman; Jo- Ann Vanacore. Standing: Robert W. Bailey, Judith Fazekas, Stephen Holcomb, Anthony Rescigno. 2!fe- Each year parents of new students are invited to a Tea in the Student Lounge. At this time parents are given guided tours of the school buildings and may discuss problems with in- structors and staff members. Teas are planned by members of the Freshman class with the assistance of Mrs. Sea- man. 40 Growing and Expanding GOVEPINMENT AND LEADERSHIP President Day Student Council JOHN PECKINGHAM President Evening Student Council JOHN KELLER 41 A scene from " The Glass Menagerie " starring Lois Gregory, Phelps Mont- gomery, Arlene DeMarco and John Sullivan — Spring 1962. The New Haven College Drama Society was organized at the start of the fall semester of 1961. The first project of the club was to rebuild the existing stage facilities and then to present plays. The work was planned to he done, as far as possible, by the students themselves under faculty supervision. By the end of the fall semester the stage had Ijeen completely rebuilt and curtains and a permanent lighting system installed. The first production on the new stage was an evening of one-act plays. Included were " Hello Out There, " by William Saroyan, " He ' s Dead All Right, " a comedy by John Gainfort, and " Krapp ' s Last Tape, " a dramatic monologue by Samuel Beckett. The first full-length play presented by the society was " The Glass Menagerie, " by Tennessee Williams. This was a spring pro- duction. The Club ' s latest production was Arthur Miller ' s " A View From the Bridge " in February of 1963. SAWYER GRAYSON Lights and Sound 42 4 •♦.♦■ ♦ • .♦ ■ HBKHXiflBBSsn Backstage — Set Building " I had to learn to smoke for this! " THE GLASS MENAGERIE " Do I have to wear a coat. Mother? " 43 Relaxation — Cast and Crew Roseann Rogers, Andrew Marticello, Joseph Gabriel, Gerald Esposito, Arlene DeMarco. i ' Vi leuf- y 44 % Mt Ae S%cd Mr. Claude McNeal, Advisor and Director 45 Officers of the Club: Gordon James, Vice-President; Karl Wendelowski, President; Anthony Sawicki, Secretary-Treasurer. RADIO CLUB I dont know if it belongs here, but it looks good! Don ' t ask me. I ' m an engineer! 46 -.-.--.- It ' s the Radio Club trying to contact the man on the moon again. They ' ve been insistent on this project since they were recognized as a dejure organization in May of 1962. The Club hasn ' t succeeded yet in contacting the moon, but the members have contacted other stations in the United States and other countries here on Earth, from their station in the school. The members are all students at NHC with interests in de- veloping skills in electronic design and experimentation. Microwave experimentation was one of the club ' s projects this year, with speakers on recent advances advising the club. Station KIZNJ signing off. 47 Outgoing President, Robert Hilditch and this vear " s President, Raymond Manville view the charter of S.A.M. 48 i,.,l.,;„.:,. .-...;:..%.f-i NEW HAVEN COLLEGE — SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT orrK I K ' - ' oi M Gerald L. Bertiaume, Treasurer: A. Wil- liam Sauter. Vice-President; Ravmond Manville, President: Patricia Baines, Sec- retary. The first meeting of the New Haven College — Society for Ad- vancement of Management was called to order by President Robert Hilditch October 2. 1961 with a total of eight members. Under the guidance of President Peterson, Dean Hutchinson, Joseph Arnold, Chairman of Ind. Eng. Dept., the Student Council and the Senior New Haven Chapter the College began a program to enhance mem- bership so as to be able to obtain a charter from the University Division of the Society for Advancement of Management. First on the agenda for the following months was hard work as members and advisors met night after night to solve the many prob- lems of a newly formed chapter. To establish a program worthy of New Haven College members sat in on senior meetings and activities to study their systems, procedures and programming. After six months of laboring the first step of the long staircase was taken and New Haven College sent into the National Division applications for thirty members and a request for a charter on March 21. 1962. March 24, 1962 a dinner-meeting was held by the senior chapter combined with New Haven College and Quinnipiac College to celebrate the obtaining of the New Haven College Charter. The first year as chartered chapter has been spent largely in the planning of next vear ' s program coupled with the programming for the present year. Resolved was a program for — MOCK ARBITRA- TIONS — LECTURES — PLANT TOURS — MOVIES — ROUND TABLES — DEBATES — TRAINING PROGRAMS — ANNUAL OUTING — GRADUATE PROGRAM — where the senior chapter has devoted its efforts to placing the graduating members of S.A.M. combined with a special commencement day program where mem- bers in good standing are awarded a year ' s membership into the senior chapter. 49 IB STUDENT DANCE BAND Left to right: Tom McGuire, Kenneth Burt, Richard Travisano. Karl Wendelowski, Richard Ulrich, Andrew Taylor. 50 ' What ' d I Say? " 51 The Dance Band was started in 1962 by a group of musically in- clined students. Each Tuesday af- ternoon and late into the evening, band members could be heard in the auditorium, practicing and ar- ranging their own numbers. The dance band plays for school mix- ers — anything from " What ' d I say " to " Misty " — and feature their own vocalist. Bridge Club in Action Advisor — Mrs. Osborn BRIDGE AND CHESS Intellectualisni and Recreation 1 52 I Something Netv — Fraternities PHI THETA KAPPA — MU IOTA CHAPTER TAU KAPPA BETA 53 HANDBOOK COMMITTEE Left to right: Lawrence Weiss, Dorothy Gadomski, Editor; John Dellapiano, Michael Kopchik. Absent: James Russo. STUDENT LITERARY MAGAZINE " Round Table " Left to right: Prudence Robertson, Delcie Charl- son, Elizabeth Warner, David Beckerman. 54 YEARBOOK STAFF Left to right: Priscilla Sankow, Sawyer Grayson, William Bucknall, John Simonello. Prudence Robertson. Back row: Russell Offenbach, Charles Wasdo, Irvin Zeidenberg. PUBLICATIONS Wallace Burnett, Chairman of Stu- dent Publications Committee. Phelps Montgomery, Yearbook Photographer, relaxes between shots 55 THE NEWS OF NEW HAVEN COLLEGE The NEWS, the student newspaper at the College increased publication to two issues a month this year. Previously, the paper was produced monthly. The paper was rated " First Class " by Associated Collegiate Press, which evaluates several hmidred papers throughout the country. Jay Kaplowitz served as Editor-in-Chief of the NEWS. He was assisted by Bette Spodnick, Managing Editor; Dick Roy, News Editor; William Bucknall, Night Editor; Linda Harnish, Assignment Editor; and Myrna Block, Women ' s Editor. Sanford Levine was Business Manager. Other mem- bers of the Business Staff were Raymond Sanzone, and Frank Tyrrell. Fred Dowling, William Johnson and George Lang made up the Photography Staff. Several innovations were introduced in the past year ' s publication. Managing Editor, Bette Spodnick was in charge of a feature page, which included reviews, portraits on students, articles by members of the faculty and co lumns by student staffers. Also, an evening page, edited by William Bucknall and prepared by students in Alvin Sizer ' s course in Journalism in the Evening Credit Pro- gram was introduced to inform the evening students of the news within their division. Mr. Sydney Goluboff was advisor. The Editor 56 A-1 column in the makins. Garbasre ! Can you think of a better way to send the NEWS to press? The NEWS gets set in type Laying out the advertising 57 ■1 ' ■♦ ■■ The yearbook would sincerely like to express its thanks to Judy Haynes for assuming the po- sition of activities editor midway through the completion of this publication. Without her Herculean efforts it is safe to say this yearbook would be without an activities section. Miss Haynes devoted a great deal of time of which none was spare, to help the editor-in-chief com- plete this book. Again the editor-in-chief and the staff would like to thank Miss Haynes. The yearbook would also like to extend its thanks to Phelps Montgomery for the numerous photographs which he has taken for this neo- phyte publication. Just by thumbing through the activities section you will be able to see Phelps ' touch on many of the photographs. Phelps donated his time to taking these pic- tures and we on the yearbook wish to acknowl- edge this contribution. When it comes time to put a yearbook to- gether photographs are taken from previous yea rs that provide a candid shot, a humorous pose, or a serious moment in the life of a col- lege student. Many of these photographs seen throughout the yearbook were taken by Bill Johnson and Fred Bowling. 62 ■ " - ■•-1 DONALD R. ORMROD, Director In addition to his duties as Athletic Director and basketball coach, Don Ormrod heads up the jshysical education department, established in September 1961 as part of New Haven College ' s expanding curriculum. Mr. Ormrod is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts. After his graduation from Massachusetts he was director of recreation in Pittsfield, Mass., and has served as physical education instructor at YMCAs in Providence, Waterbury and New Haven. t Left to right: First Baseball victory for NHC 61-62: New England Bowling Championships 61-62: Citv- Wide Golf Championship 1948: City-Wide Bowling Championship 1935: third place in Rhode Island Bas- ketball Tournament 61-62: New England Bowling Championship 61-62: Small College Basketball Con- ference 61-62; YMCA League Basketball Champion- ship 1961; City-Wide Tennis Championship 1947: City-Wide Bowling Championship 1947: Individual Bowling Championship. New England 1961 : first vic- tory over Quinnipiac in Baseball 61-62: I plaque in middle ) Best Record in Basketball for Small College League Championships 61-62. FRANK VIEIRA Frank Vieira is a graduate of Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Conn. After his graduation from Quinnipiac, he taught at St. Anthony ' s High School in Bristol, Conn., for two years before assuming his present posi- tion. In addition to his teaching duties on the physical education staff, Mr. Vieira is head baseball coach and assists in basketball. He is cur- rently studying at Southern Connecticut State College for a Master ' s Degree. 64 v MRS. LOIS LYNCH KELLY Mrs. Kelly is an instructor of physical education for women students at New Haven College. She is a 1957 graduate of New Haven State Teach- ers College. She joined the New Haven College staff in September 1961. Prior to joining the staff, she taught physical education classes for a year and a half in the North Haven, Conn., elementary school system. Prior to entering New Haven State, she attended Sacred Heart Academy. She has taught swimming classes at the New Haven YWCA. RICHARD CURRAN Mr. Curran is a graduate of Yale University and is currently completing work toward a law degree at Yale. Mr. Curran is the head soccer coach at New Haven College. He has a Master ' s Degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., taught for one year at Kincaid High School in Houston, Texas. He has also taught at the Connecticut Child Study and Treatment Center. PAUL DelGOBBO Mr. DelGobbo is Director of Intramural Athletics. He handles a full pro- gram of touch football, basketball. Softball, bowling and other sports for NHC ' s 692 day students. DelGobbo is a graduate of Wilbur Cross High School and Southern Connecticut State College. Prior to joining the New Haven College staff, he taught on a junior high school level and coached baseball and basketball at Milford Prep School for three years. He was an outstanding intercollegiate basketball and baseball player. 65 BASKETBALL Southern Connecticut Small College Conference Championship 1961-1962 COACH ORMROD CHARGERS 1961-1962 TEAM First row, left to right: Fred Allen. Sal Aimiiiio. Ja Second row: Coach Don Ormrod, Bob Ruth. Walti :k Kelly, Mel Horowitz, Stan Januska. r Lee, Dick Jackson, Paul Moore, and Lubbie Harper. 1961-62 OPPONENTS Mitchell College St. Thomas College Worcester Jr. College Hartford UConn Brvant College Hartford UConn Staten Island College Waterbury UConn Mitchell College Waterbury UConn St. Thomas College Windham College Curry College Concordia College Durfee Tech Holyoke Jr. College Harrington College Holyoke Jr. College Windham College Concordia College RESULTS 94-45 Won 82-68 Lost 90-85 Won 106-73 Won 74-72 Won 112-80 Won 70-68 Won 92-77 Won 86-62 Won 99-83 Won 91-64 Won 119-84 Lost 97-53 Won 98-70 Won 72-50 Won 112-68 Won 103-99 Lost 125-58 Won 116-92 Lost 74-65 Lost Won 15-Lost 5 BASKETBALL STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL Most points single game: 42 by Mel Horowitz vs. Concordia, February 16, 1962 Most field goals single game: 18 by Mel Horowitz vs. Windham College, February 26, 1962 Most free throws single game: 16 by Bill Porto vs. Mitchell College, November 22, 1960 Highest points one season: .543 by Mel Horowitz during 1961-62 Highest season average: 28.5 by Mel Horowitz during 1961-62 Mel Horowitz scored 543 points in 19 games last year. He was never held under double figures. His lowest game was 13 against Windham College. Some of his big- gest nights included : 42 against Concordia, 40 against Windham, 37 against Curry, 35 against Barrington. and 34 against Hol- yoke. 67 Last year we opened and finished the season with five freshmen in our starting line- up. We were very small, but we had speed. We had hustle and we had some excellent shooters. With the addition of height and experience, the fu- ture outlook of the cagers is bright. X " 24 2S NAME Class Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometo Stanley Bakoledis 1966 F 6-0 165 Westbrook, Conn. David Brown 1965 F 6-4 185 Hamden, Conn. Peter Cooney 1966 C 6-5 205 Meriden, Conn. Joseph Dwyer 1966 G 5-10 165 Bridgeport, Conn. Lubbie Harper 1965 F 6-0 190 New Haven, Conn. Melvin Horowitz 1965 G 5-9 160 Wallingford, Conn. Richard Jackson 1965 F 6-2 165 East Haven, Conn. Jackie Kelly 1965 G 5-9 165 New Haven, Conn. Gary Liberatore 1966 G 5-11 168 New Canaan, Conn. John Raslavsky 1966 C 6-4 180 Stratford, Conn. Robert Ruth 1965 F 6-1 178 Waterbury, Conn. George Waldron 1965 G 5-8 158 New Haven, Conn. Joel Wasserman 1966 G 5-11 180 New Haven, Conn. i ■ " ■4 V Fred Allen 1964 F Sal Arminio 1964 G Lubbie Harper 1965 F Welvin Horowitz 1965 G Richard Jackson 1965 F Stanley Januska 1964 G Jack Kellv 1965 G Walt Lee 1964 F aul Moore 1964 F Robert Ruth 1965 F t. Hometown 6-0 173 Duluth, Minn. 5-6 140 West Haven, Conn. 6-0 190 New Haven, Conn. 5-9 160 Wallingford, Conn 6-2 165 East Haven, Conn, 5-9 150 Waterbury, Conn. 5-9 165 New Haven, Conn. 6-0 175 New Haven, Conn. 6-1 165 West Haven, Conn. 6-1 178 Waterbury, Conn. m u WIW( CJ - ( . 4! ' .i : - ' 1962-63 First row, left to right: Richard Jackson. Lubbie Harper, Pete Cooney, John Ras- lavsky, David Brown, Robert Ruth. Second row: Al DiLeonardo, Joel Wasserman, Captain Jack Kelly, Mel Horowitz. Gary Liberatore, George Waldron. 1962-63 OPPONENTS Westfield State Durfee Tech New Bedford Tech Quinnipiac College Davisville Naval Base Nichols College Rhode Island College Quinnipiac College Hampton-Sydney (Va. I Quinnipiac College Stonehill College Windham College New Bedford Tech Davisville Naval Base Windham College Bridgewater State Bryant College Durfee Tech Danbury State Westfield State Danbury State Bryant College Nichols College Christmas Tournament RESULTS 75-60 Won 79-64 Won 84-71 Won 70-68 Lost 96-58 Won 86-76 Won 77-52 Lost 98-75 Won 96-85 Lost 66-60 Lost 55-54 Lost 87-62 Won 104-82 Won 101-69 Won 114-89 Won 90-61 Won 80-45 Won 84-65 Won 69-68 Won 102-44 Won 84-53 Won 79-59 Won 87-70 Won Won 18-Lost 5 62-63 SEASON STATISTICS N.H.C. Total field goal attempts 1,727 Total made 812 Average 47% Total foul throws attempted 506 Total made 312 Average 61.6% Total Season Points 1,936 Average points per game 80 OPPONENTS Total field attempts 1,425 Toal made 617 Average 43.2% Total foul throws attempted 540 Total made 341 Average 59.4% Total Season Points 1,555 Average points per game 67.9 70 4 ' . m I l ST " f A. 12 " SOCCER COACH CURRAN 72 1961-62 TEAM Top row, left to right: Coach Richard Curran. Albert Steeves, Robert McCarthy, Harold Ryder. Richard Beat- tie, Neal Alderman. Charles Gebauer. John Gebauer. Al Hunter. Richard Piazza. Jarislaw Leciw. Joseph Almaza. Thomas Towns. Manas;er Geors;e Okeniewski. Bottom row. John Lutters, Glen David, Joe Gabriel, Ray Sanzone, Captain Arnie Jeremics. Paul Moore, Robert Hilditch, Edward Grether, Paul Lubinow, Robert Sheck- ley. 1961-62 OPPONENTS Broome Tech Mitchell College Concordia College Orange County College Coast Guard Junior Varsity Leicester College Dean Junior College Concordia College Willimantic State Mitchell College Leicester Yale Junior Varsity RESULTS 4-1 Lost 6-5 Lost 5-4 Lost 1-0 Lost 2-1 Won 5-1 Won 6-2 Lost 3-1 Lost 2-1 Won 3-2 Won 3-0 Won 4-0 Lost Won 5-Lost 7 STATISTICS Most goals one season. Individual Most goals one season. Team Most goals scored against Most assists, Individual Most goals one game. Individual Most goals one same. Team 7 by Robert Scheckley 28 34 5 by Paul Lubenow 2 Scheckley, Joseph Gabriel 5 ( against Mitchell ) 73 1962-1963 TEAM Top roiv, left to ric.ht: Mgr. Anthony Fiengo, Arnold Giannotta. Jarislaw Leciw, Paul Moore, Coach Dick Curran, Peter Proestakis, Stanley Bakoledis, Robert Scheckley, Ray Sanzone. Mgr. Robert Fitzgerald. Middle row: Mark Mukhobey, John Be ll, Paul Lubenow. Albert Steeves. Bottom row: John Varga, John Italo Mongillo, Edward Grether, Nicholas DiGioia, Igor Boris] uk. 1962-6.3 OPPONENTS Windham College Barrington College Assumption College Durfee Tech Quinnipiac College Durfee Tech Quinnipiac College Mass. Maritime Academy Danbury State Stonehill College Willimantic State New Bedford Tech Nichols College STATISTICS Most goals one season, Individaul Most goals one game. Team Most goals one game. Individual Most assists one season. Individual Number of goals by N.H.C. 62-63 Number of goals by opponents 62-63 RESULTS 2-1 Lost 6-1 Won 7-1 Won 8-0 Won 2-1 Won 1-0 Won 2-1 Won 6-0 Won 5-3 Won 8-3 Won 9-1 Won 4-1 Won 6-4 Won Won 13-Lost 1 23 by Stan Bak oledis 9 (Willimantic State) 4 Stan Bakoledis 15 by Nick DiG ioia 6.5 18 75 1961-62 CHEERLEADERS ... n Marao DiDominico Janice Perry Sharon Maloney %t Wilma Capobianco Elnora Johnson 4 ' Dorothv Gadomski Doris Davidson N Sarah Grecco Marv Ellen Wilson Rack roiv, left to right: Tot Bonvvill. Jo- Ann Vanacore, and lona Stevens. Front row: Gail Swerling, Janice Per- ry, and Judy Fazekas. ' Ji- " ' ■ ' ■ w 1962-63 BASEBALL TEAM Firs! row, left to riplit: Mel Horowitz. Sa Buck, Tony Faressa and Paul Scarpellino. Second row: Coach Paul DelGohbo. Bill R an. Victor Cweklinsky. Tom Cody. Vin Canputaro. and Coach Frank Vieira. Third row: Gary Liberatore, Captain Dick Gumkowski, Anthony Franco, Tom Masse, John Anquillare and Bob Fitzgerald. March April 1963 BASEBALL E SCHEDULE 1!! East Carolina State College Away 19 Hampton-Sydney College Away 20 Lynchburg College Away 21 Frederick College Away 22 Hampton Institute Away 23 Newport News College Away 6 New Bedford Tech ( doubleheader) Home 16 Yale Junior Varsity Away 18 Assumption College Home 17 Lyndon State College Home 20 Stonehill College Away 22 Southern Connecticut Away 24 Nichols College 1 doubleheader 1 Home 26 Bryant College Away 30 Danbury State College Away 4 Windham College 1 doubleheader 1 Home t Quinnipiac College Away 16 Yale Junior Varsity Home 18 Bryant College Home 21 Quinnipiac College Home These games were not plaved b publication press time. 78 1962 TENNIS TEAM Left to right: Bob Scheckley, Dick Jackson, Al Rinsky, Coach Peter Block, Russel Hew- itt, Earl Youns, and Fred Allen. GOLF Front row, left to right: Fred Allen, Ed Maroney, Bill Porto, Al Nicholson, Pete Morrell. Back row : Tom Santino. 80 B O W N 1962 BOWLING CHAMPS. Back roiv, left to right: Graham Reichenbach, Joseph DiRusso, Richard Chirgwin. Front row: Robert Basilicato and Ray Pelesh. . D ft fjMi mmfw ]S7t:s:fw:w7 N R M U R 1961 BASKETBALL CHAMPS Left to right : Stephen Tra- veriner, William O ' Brien. John Roche, Louis Ludi- viconi, Roger Frank, Al DeLeonardo, John Car- bone and John Buonfiglio. 1961 FOOTBALL CHAMPS Front row, left to right: Fred Criscuolo, Tom Murdock, An- thony Fiengo, George Ossola, Nicholas Sencio and Pat Di- Fillippo. Back row: Matthew Corbo, Frank Hubbel, Richard Men- tenaro, Ray Falk, Albert Vo- lanth. S- « 1962 FOOTBALL CHAMPS Front row, left to right: Ray Pelesh, John Hicks, Casper Tucci, John Buon- figlio, Frank Mascia, John DiBenedictis, Harry Mc- Cauley. Back row: Matt Corbo. Joe CostelH, Al DiLeonar- do and Sal Arminio. Compliments of DELTA GAMMA PHI FRATERNITY Congratulations from Compliments of A Friend AAAZON MOTORS LTD. INC. of New Haven College Congratulations from 415 Orange Avenue West Haven, Conn. The Editor Compliments of D ' Andrea ' s Restaurant Compliments of Kitty ' s Ticket Service Vanacore ' s Fuel City Tel. WE 4-5160 863 First Avenue West Haven, Conn. Compliments of A Friend Everybody Eats Jimmie ' s Famous Hot Dogs Compliments of A Friend Allied Used Cars— Parts § Cars Bought ■ Sold - Exchanged l General Repairs y Tel. HO 7-4900 | — Terms — y 38 Hemingway Avenue East Haven, Conn. Good Luck from A Friend it ' ' ' ' ' v. ' . v n,i. K rK. v. -K v K.p-K rx v. K t v. t . -v. v v. 85 TC Tt v. v. ri -x TC rK ri . iCi r 5 ' 5 . r». 9rK v x v 9- v. . A - t Compliments of S ociety O Pseudointellectuals 86 Congratulations From THE DRAMA SOCIETY THE RADIO CLUB Extends Best Wishes 87 Congratulations from A FRIEND Compliments of ED SIMONELLO Compliments of Compliments of Tony ' s Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. 172 Main Street J. A. Simonello Good Luck To The Class of 1963 From Your Food and Vending Service FOOD CRAFTS INC VENDAWAY, INC. Hartford. Connecticut X ' « ' ' " V - « X . V V. V X TV V (. V. V. V. V X Ot V. V V V. X 5 V. V T 89 ri« Tt x « v . r« c - . x.5 ' X -K v ?Tv x ril T . t - t 9x TC Tv Compliments of A. P. O. Congratulations from T. K. B. FRATERNITY Ctf ' ' ' « . ? x r« v x v. v x t,yrit o v. x v v o v. t vtf 90 • .« ♦■ Congratulations from The EVENING STUDENT COUNCIL 91 Congratulations to Graduates from a NEW HAVEN MANUFACTURER Enrolled with N.H.C. in an Employee Training Agreement J. B. T. Instruments fVl896 ( BUChlNGHAM ROUTH CO 64 GROVE STREET, NEW HAVEN II, CONN. TELEPHONE 624-9853 rac c oniractors HEATING S VENTILATING AIR CONDITIONING POWER PIPING PLUMBING 92 Congratulations from The DAY STUDENT COUNCIL Best Wishes for a Successful Future 93 Faculty Forum Fealurt ' s Report On Einployniciit THE NEWS OF NEW HAVEN COLLEGE NON PROFIT ORG. Sec. 34 65ie ' . PLM PAID VOLUME XXXII TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1963 Governors, Councils Set Meelins; I building. The 1 ci(]e ! : any this of the Board will submit a report, to be fol- lowed by discussion Last year ' s meetlni; wa. " ; the first ader a five year lapse. Bachelor degree proy Day Council Hits Drama Club Again Over Constitulion ation . Tw k la U E C mn l« po d Upe $ 00 A m !X Post 4,0 Averages 200 SUidenls Name ean ' s Li t Damcd to [ho laifi.- l in the Cotief;f -. h.--!aiy lotal. M Eire J.iy str.d. Bepstralion ofrici;ils the size of the list to Uie r. : Oltver J es in the Eveiiin 5 Cre- ■ -m-mt L ! must achi- rape uf 3 2 on t the College th Day and Evening D adi from dil ProKra " lo be named " _! ha«e be D.1.V n cumplel ludenis n med lo the Manager Lauds Clean Up Campaign In Cafeteria; Volunteers To Patrol Backes Bcittic FiUmore Bain. B t a d John Bell. Eugene Boyko, Bradley, Neil Bnguglio, 1 Bucknall and Theodore acore from drawTi by A to mo e Joann Vir . he Council was with- Nirholsnn Tl.e Conn- send tivo reprtsunla- ViiH-frt Csmputaro. ■ Tkinahiie, ' ..is. 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