University of New Haven - Chariot Yearbook (West Haven, CT)
- Class of 1974
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AC 35 1914 ■m ' trnfmrnm v K M ttiir lSBI - ' - Cnh ' KLOX 191 A UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN fi mmmmmm m University of New Haven ... a potpourri of people with diver- sity of goals, difference of ages and cultural backgrounds . . . ... all merging either by day or by night . . . some coming for the sake of coming, but others coming to grow as individuals. A college student . . . lost in a maze of lines, printouts, ID cards, parking stickers, course changes and the high cost of books . . . only wish people were more than a shadow on a macadam parking lot. Wish someone would say ' ' Hi ' ' ... that first hello stimulates a chain reaction of friendship . . . I may make it through the semester. Student involvement triggers interest for various campus activities. Wine and soft music create an atmosphere of friendship and togetherness . . . we begin to feel we belong . . . « N» « 1%, . mumm : I Football ' s first varsity season . . . Soccer successful . . . Bas- ketball on the move upward . . . LaCrosse going varsity . . . Baseball always a winning sea- son . . . so many gave so much for so few who came to see. Organizations bring social life on campus . . . people helping . . . people enjoying . . . . people just beingthemselves. UNH offers many di- verse opportunities for student involvement — sororities, fraterni- ties, and clubs to which many students turn: for studies advance- ment, for serving the academic community, and, of course, for sheer fun and pleasure. . ' timti But there is another type of in- volvement on campus which needs no specific title: that of people interacting with each oth- er; people meeting other people, and people pulling their weight to help each other. Whether you participate with a group or circu- late alone, you can ' t help seeing all sorts of individuals enjoying themselves, perhaps reflecting, but all giving a little to the school in their own way. It ' s an unending cycle — each step forward is a result of a previous endeavor, and will affect the next. k ♦ S ' w r ' Sounds of shoulder pads banging on a fall day . . . rock sounds echo on an often quiet campus . . . while a silver bell deter- mines your success or failure. 22 i;%,4- . 1 c i o iW HATIM ABDULLAH B.S. Mech. Engr. RICHARD M.ABRAMS B.A. Pol. Sci. BERNICEA.ALDRICH B.A. Sociology DONALD ALLEN B.S. Economics ERIC J. ANDERSON A.S. Com.Adv. ROBERT B. ANSON B.S. Htl. Rest.Adm. ROBERT ANZOVINO B.S. Htl.Mgmt. BRIAN BAILEY B.A. Chemistry DONALD A. BARNES B.S. Elec. Eng JOHN BASSO B.S. Gen.Mgmt. BERNARD BECKER B.S. Marketing ELLEN BECKERMAN B.A.Soc. Welfare ERIC BEERWALD B.S. Marketing R.C.BELL B.S. Finance DAVID BENCIVENGA B.S. Gen.Mgmt. JERRY BENCIVENGA B.S. Biology PETER BENCIVENGA B.S. Gen.Mgmt. Evening students host their annual children ' s Christmas Party. GAIL BENSON B.S. Bus.Adm FLOYD BLACK B.S. Oper. Mgmt. KENNETH BLOCK JR. B.S. Gen. Mgmt. PAUL R. BLOCK B.S. Htl. Rest.Adm. EMANUEL BRANDAO B.S. Mech.Engr. WILLIAM BROWNE B.A. Psychology WILLIAM BRUCE B.A. Pol.Sci. GEORGE BRUSZNICK B.A. Pol.Sci. ROBERT BUDNY 28 DIANE BURGHARDT B.S. Law Enf. Sci. JAMES BARSON B.S. Management LINDA BUTLER WILLIAM P. CADWELL JR. B.S. Corrections B. A. Sociology J. A. CALKA B.S. Public Adm. NELSON CAMPAGNANO JR. DANIEL W. CAMPBELL JR. BRUCE CAPEN B.S. Mech.Engr. B.A.Pol. Sci. PAULCARDILE B.S. Civil Engr. 1 NICKCARLINO B.S. Biology JOSEPH CARLTON B.S. Accounting RICHARD CASOLINO B.S. Oper. Mgmt. FRANK L.CASSELLO B.S. Crim. Just. WAYNE CIANO B.S. Marketing RONALD COHICK B.S. Htl. Rest Adm. DONNA COLAVOLPE B.A. English LOUCOLELLA B.S. AccountinE JAMES G.COOKE B.S. Indus. Engr. DALE W.CROSS B.S. Marketing L. JOSEPH DIBETTA B.S. Accounting MARKT. DIGIROLAMO B.S. Marketing PHIL DODSON B.S. Crim. Just. Adm. STEPHEN J. DOMOROD B.S. Gen.Mgmt. ROBERT DONOVAN B.S. Finance MARTIN F. DORO B.S. Accounting » GERALD DUFF B.S. Elec. Engr. JOHN DUFFY B.A. Art ANTHONY DUMOLO B.S. Gen.Mgmt. BRIAN DUTILLY B.S. Civil Engr. ROBERT ELLIOT B.S. Crim. Just. JACK FESTA B.A. Soc. Services DAVID FINCK B.A. Biology PAUL V.FONTAINE B.S. Elec.Engr. SUSAN FOYER B.A. Soc. Welfare . 5%«r ' - «irf SUSAN FRECHETTE B.A. Mathematics FERNANDO GARCIA B.S. Civil Engr. ROBERT GARIEPY B.S. Civil Engr. RICHARD GELGAUDA B.S.Oper. Mgmt. H H •■JS!S!!-!»5« .r - : - ■ ■ i ■ H j iJifiS iglllligi 3 K? c-w " ' A J T A (i S l L ii SIHAHRAZ GHOFRANY GORDON GIANNINOTO B.S. Civil Engr. B.A. Psychology FRANK GIORDANO JOHN M. GLOSS B.A. History BRUCE GOGEL B.S. Accounting PHILIPPE GONVERS B.A. English GLENN GRAY B.S. Marketing FREDGREENBERG B.S. Marketing GEORGE GREIM B.S. Crim. Just. JOHNM.GRYDZIEN B.S. Public Adm. RAJAN M. GUPTE B.S. Elec. Engr. ALAN HAEFNER B.S.Crim. Just. MICHAEL HANLON B.S. Crim. Just. DONALD H. HASBROUCK EDWARD M. HAS SMAN B.S.Crim. Just. Adm. B.S. Marketing CHARLES J. HEANEY HELGA HERMAN B.S. Psychology A.S. Law Enf. RONALD J. HEROUX WAYNE T.HILL B.S. Htl. Rest. Adm. B.S. Crim. Just. CHRISTOPHER HOGAN B.A. English ♦ ♦ LENA JOHNSON B.A. Sociology JAMES L.JOHNSTONE B.S. Htl. Rest.Adm. DONALD JONES B.S. Gen.Mgmt. LARRY KALBFELD B.A.Art JERRY KATZ B.S.Gen.Mgmt. PHILLIP KENNEDY B.S. Elec. Engr. GARY KARR B.A. Pol.Sci. JAMES E. KAZALEH B.S. Crim. Just. Adm. SORAYA KHALKHALI B.S. Accounting LAWRENCE KLEIN B.S.Gen.Mgmt. DONALD E. KNOWLTON B.S.Gen.Mgmt. RICHARD KOZMA B.S.Gen.Mgmt. MORTON E. KRAVET B.A. Pol.Sci. MURRAY S. KRINSKY B.S. Marketing THOMAS S.KUCENSKI B.S.Gen.Mgmt. KENNETH KYEHLEWIND B.S. Elect. Engr. JAMES LaBONCA DANIEL LADUTKO B.S. Indust. Engr. REMO LALAMA B.S. Civil Engr. frh LARRY LAMBERT B.S. Mat.Engr. JOHN LAMMERS B.S. History KEVIN LASH B.S. Crim. Just. THOMAS LEWIS B.S. Htl. Rest. Adm. JOAN S. LIPP LARRY D. LLOYD B.S. Economics RONALD LODZIATO B.S. Accounting EDWIN LOMBARD B.S. Mech. Engr. ROBERT LONGYEAR B.S. Public Adm. NICKLOUSSIDES B.S. Gen.Mgmt. JOSEPH LOVALLO B.S. Marketing SYCHINDERLYALL B.S. Elect. Engr. THOMAS MAGUIRE B.S. Mat. Engr. JATIVAEHRIQUE MADRIGAL B.S. Htl. Rest. Adm. JOHNMAJNEBER B.A. Biology MARTIN MANCINELLI B.S. Crim. Just. GARY MANGIACOPRA B.A. Biology ROBERT MANSFIELD B.S. Civil Engr. ANN P. MANSKY B.S. Marketing JOHN MARTUCCI B.S. Marketing JOSEPH MIRANDA B.S. Accounting CONNIE MOELLER B.S. Htl. Rest. Adm. ALLAN MOODY B.S. Crim Just. Adm. JOSEPH MOULE B.S. Accounting GEV PANTHAKI B.S.EIec. Engr. DONALD PASCALE B.S. Forensic Sci. LOUIS PASSARIELLO B.S. Gen. Mgmt. LARRY PASTER B.A. Biology f L00KJUK£IT ' $ COINC TO BE ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE YEARS! DEBORAH PISCITELLI A.S. Bus. Adm. ROGER PLOURDE B.S. Mech. Engr. OLEH PODRYHULA B.A. Pol.Sci, JUSTINE POKRINCHAK B.S. Water Qual. Con. f. JOHN POZNIAK B.S. Crim. Just. JOHNPULIT B.S. Crim. Just. DAVID RAINEY B.S. Gen.Mgmt. QUILLERMO RAMIREZ B.S. Mech. Engr. DAVID ROCHE B.S. Marketing ROBERT ROTH ROBERT C. RUGGERIO B.S. Marketing B.A. English DON RUSSO B.S. Gen.Mgmt. JAMES N.SADLER JR. B.S. Gen. Mgmt. ANTHONY SALZO EDWARD SCARANITZSKY B.A, Pol.Sci. B.S. Gen.Mgmt. ANDREW SCALA B.S. Chemistry STEPHEN SARNOSKI B.S. Crim. Just. .?»■ JOHNSAVINO B.A. History HE! - S? ? . s i ' RAYMONA SBREGA B.S. Marketing CATHY SCARDUZIO B.A. Biology PAULSCHAEFER B.S. Mech. Engr. 50 SHARON SODERQUIST CAROLYN M. SOMMENS B.S. Oper.Mgmt. B.S. Gen, Mgmt. VINCENT SOSNOWSKI B.A. Pol.Sci. PETERA.SOTERE B.S. Gen.Mgmt. ROBIN SOUDER B.S. Gen.Mgmt. HOWARD SPLAUER B.S. Gen.Mgmt. STEPHEN STADNICK B.S. Mech. Engr. EDWARD STAPLETON B.S. Mech. Engr. ROBERT STRANGO B.S. Mech. Engr. JOHN P. STROCZKOWSKI WILLIAM SWATKOSKI B.S. Civil Engr. B.S. Grim. Just. THOMAS O.SYPHER B.S. Elect. Engr. LINDA TEITZMAN B.A.Soc. Welfare EUGENE TELKER B.S. Elect. Engr. GARY TELLER B.S. Marketing ANGELA TETA B.A. Sociology JOHN THRALL B.S. Accounting JOHNTRUESDELL B.S. Mech. Engr. DAVID TUCCIO B.S. Marketing JOHNATHAN Y.TUCKER B. S. Marketing TONYVANZINO B.S. Oper. Mgmt m i k. «ari SALVATORE VOTTO B.S. Oper. Mgmt. ROBERT WADE B.S. Accounting KARL WAGNER JOHN WALKER B.S. Mech. Engr. MOSES WALTERS B.S. Elect. Engr. JERRY WEBER B.A. Sociology DEBRA WEED B.A. English STEPHEN WEINBERG B.A. History RITA WELCH B.A. Soc. Services MARTIN WEXLER B.A. Psychology KARLWIDMANN B.S. Crim. Just. DEBORAH WILTON B.S. Marketing THOMAS WISE B.S. Oper. Mgmt. IVAN WITKIN B.S. Gen. Mgmt. BERNICE WOODWARD B.S. Envir. Studies 1 t Kti: ! -44lillll l IVERSITY Ctf " AVEN ► PAMELA ZDANOWICZ B.A. Soc. Services JH»:| LAWRENCE ZULKOWSKI B.S. Marketing I .] I ¥■■■ 1 ] ' W : ' i ' ' t!- „ mmg SOCCER In 1973, the UNH Soccer team fell short of its season objective, the selection to participate in the NCAA College division tournament. Losses to FDD Madison and Babson plus a tie with Central Connecticut were the main negative aspects of the season which could not offset outstanding games against L.I.U. and Philadelphia Textile, both of which ended in 1-1 draws. Overall, the Soccer team posted a 9-4-3 season and was selected to participate in the ECAC Central Regional Tournament in which it achieved second place, having been defeated by Hunter College 1-0 after a 4-1 win over Kean College. Junior college transfer Robert Taylor led all scorers with 14 goals and 5 assists and along with Senior Co-captain Neville Brown was selected to the NEISL All-Star team as well as being named to the All-New England Area team. Center half-back Winston Campbell was named MVP by Coach Mach- nik. The season marked the end of UNH playing careers for Vlado Vla- hovic, John Clarke and Neville Brown, who was one of only a few athletes to receive a four year participation award at the Annual Sports Banquet. Coach Machnik is looking forward to the improved play of goal keep- ers John Tarascio and Wayne Finley, in addition to increased effective- ness from Fred Brown, Frank AM and Frank Lovreiro for the 1974 season which includes Yale, and several other new opponents. SOCCER RESULTS Fairfield Babson Monmouth St. Francis Philadelphia Textile C.C.N.Y. Central Conn. 10-0 2-6 4-0 3-2 1-1 5-1 0-0 Assumption S.C.S.C. Oneonta Fairlelgh-Dicklnson New York University Quinnipiac L.I.U. 6-1 1-0 0-3 3-4 2-0 1-0 1-1 ECAC College Division Tournament Kean College Hunter College 4-1 01 Won 9, Lost 4, Tied 3 Row 1: John Clarke, Neville Brown. Row 2 Joseph Machnick, Coach; Peter Kovalkis, Tom Allison, Miles Anderson, Frank Ali, Jeff Fenn, George Griffiths, Manfred Voss, Clyde Voce, Vincent Lyddy, Rui Afonso, John Kowalski (Assistant Coach). Row 3: Owen Dixon, Fred Brown, Winston Campbell (MVP), Robert Taylor, Vlado Vlahovich, Gregorie Charles, Frank Lovreiro, Tim Granfield, John Terascio (Goal Keeper), Wayne Finley (Goal Keeper). 62 » " • • FOOTBALL FOOTBALL RESULTS Trenton State . 0-24 Nichols . 0-21 Hartford . 14-17 Curry . 6-27 Mass. Maritime 8-13 Marist 0-27 Western Conn. 0-41 Maine Maritime 0-51 won lost 8 Row 1 Captains Steve DiMugo, John BeFus, John Cicarella. Row 2 Dan Primich, Mike Plouffe, Tony Mortali, Pat Civetello, Bil Dwyer, Ben Mondrone, Mario Lucibello, Art Edwards. Row 3 Mike Copolla, Gene CoFrancesco, Nick Antana, Tony Ferraro, Alex CoFrancesco, John Savi- no, Russ Sharpe, Pete DeGragario, Jim Scanlon, Jim Menge, Lenny Galbicsek. Row 4 Chris O ' Connor, John Buckley, Neal Martino, Don Broperick, John Berone, Vinni Tozzi, Rick Doran, Leon Jones, Carmen lannuzzi, Joe Consiglio, Tony Elia, Bob Mines, Rich Standash Mang, Leo Vallee(Not Pictured). 65 66 The University of New Haven football team ended its first varsity season with a 51-0 loss to Maine Maritime Academy and a record of 0-8. Although winless, the Chargers maintained high spirit and unity throughout the season with stand- out performances from John Befus (MVP) at middle guard and John Cicarela at linebacker. The coaching staff of Joe Mc- Hugh, Charles Solomon, Gennaro Germy, and Kayo Rodriguez knew that this was going to be a rough year right at the start of the season when they were greeted by only 10 players from last year ' s squad. Many of the inexperienced players had to be trained, and taught the finer points of football, while the coaches also had to piece together that combination that would spell victory. Sometimes during the year, it almost looked like the coaching staff had met the chal- lenge, but key injuries and a lack of depth at all positions hampered the Chargers and served to add to their misfortune as the season pro- gressed. When combined with the unfortunate circumstance of being minimally experienced, the first- year varsity came out somewhat less than impressive when pitted against well-established, fortified teams. Ben Mondrone was the leading rusher for the Chargers with a 2.6 yard per carry average despite being sidelined with a shoulder separation for most of the season. Another outstanding player, Len Galbieseh, led the team in kickoff returns with a 15.5 yard average. Missing from next year ' s gridders will be John Savino, Leo Vallee, and Captain John Befus, but the coach- ing staff still feels that with the help of returning lettermen such as Bill D wyer, John Cicarela, Pat Civitello, Jim Scailian, and Dan Primich, along with a few " Blue Chip " re- cruits, they should have what it takes to make a winning ball club. Many thanks and much appre- ciation go out from the squad to managers. Rich Standlsh and Cliff Prumm and also to the diehard students who supported the team throughout the season . te ' i -r !. ' te -S fe - ■ ■ ' MK K 1 1 - — a He 1973-74 UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN BASKETBALL STATISTICS Opponent UNH OPP Sacred Heart L 74 123 New Paltz State W 78 67 William Paterson W 120 84 Bentley L 79 82 Quinnipiac W 76 74 Marist L 84 86 -(OT) Trenton State L 67 71 Biscayne L 84 95 Palm Beach Atlantic L 71 109 Baptist Univ. (Fla.) W 150 50 Monmouth L 63 82 Trinity (a) L 80 81 Southern Connecticut (a) W 92 82 Babson W 79 69 Southeastern Massachusetts W 126 99 Jersey City State L 70 72 Quinnipiac W 64 63 (OT) FDU — Madison L 70 71 Central Connecticut W 76 69 Bryant L 69 74 Southern Connecticut W 60 58 Eastern Connecticut W 58 56 Nichols W 70 60 Merrimack W 109 74 American International L 84 93 NCAA RECORD: 13-12 (a) Charger Invitationa BASKETBALL The UNH basketball team fin- ished with a good 13-12 season, including two big victories over cross-town rivals. For the first time in many years, the Chargers swept both games from Quinni- piac College. They also beat Southern Connecticut State Col- lege twice during the season . Coach Don Burns experienced many hardships early in the sea- son with a 4-8 record and the loss of top-notch players. Both Stan MacLaughlin and John Mulligan quit the team and left the Univer- sity. After these early crises, the tide turned and the Chargers ral- lied, winning 9 of the remaining 13 games. Much spirit was provided by freshman Barry Cunningham and junior Andrew Wilder in the backcourt; and once teamed up with the talent of Tom Milone, the Chargers were supplied with the good shooting and ball-control they needed. At forward position. Wilder, a transfer from a junior college in North Carolina, led the team in scoring and rebounding, while Vic Kirlichin at center proved to be a key player in utilizing a high- ly successful ' fast-break ' play. And next year? The Charg- ers have plenty to look forward to. The team missed the ECAC playoffs this season by one game; next year, the same team spirit will be around, and all the players will be returning as well. Coach Burns has a feeling that next year will most assuredly be the year of the Chargers. Row 1 Larry Black, Keith Hilton, Andrew Wilder, MVP; Vic Kirilichin, Al Corbin, Ron Smith, Ted Manltowski. Row 2; Don Burns, Coach; Mark Federico, Tom Malone, Larry Seilhamer, Barry Cun- ningham, Larry Scepanik, Tom Carey, Stan Macglauchlin, John Mulligan, Bill Farrow, Assistant Coach. 73 MZ ' Of HOCKEY IN 4 76 The 1973-74 Charger hockey team finished a very tough schedule with a 9-1 record, one victory short of the pre-season expectations made by Coach JoeMachniit. The season was highlighted by continuously impressive goaltending exhibitions by senior Bud- dy Heaney, who was named Most Valuable Player for the third consecutive year. Senior Joe Muskin made a season-long assault on the career goal- scoring record held by Dick Hildebrand, but fell one goal short. Freshman Mike McDonnell had a highly successful season as center in the team ' s most consistent line, between wings Ed Scott and Peter Gones. Two Hamden High graduates, James Pitts and Jack Coutts, led the defense with Wayne Finley, Rich Berlinski, Gary Moraleito and Jim Cursio; all of them providing depth and spirit in front of the Charger goal. A 6-4 victory over New England College on the road and a 4-1 home decision over Babson were the season ' s most impressive wins. The team played well in defeating Wesleyan to place third in the Wesleyan Invitational Tournament. Scott Fera played effectively all season long and key goals were scored by Bob Salvatore, Bob Mon- gillo, and Billy Seymore, who joined the team in the spring semester. Frank Keyes had his most effective season to date and Larry Tomaselli fin- ished out a fine year. Coach Machnik is ending his career as hockey coach at UNH. He has aided in the growth and development of the program, which, in 1969, had played mainly on a club, rather than varsity, level. Today it is a solid member of Division II of the ECAC. Machnik finished with a 47-50-1 coaching record and will continue as varsity soccer coach at UNH. He will also be attempting to create a sup- porting club for Hockey, as the administration places more emphasis on building UNH Hockey to a major level. 78 A HOCKEY RESULTS 1973-74 UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN HOCKEY STATISTICS Opponent UNH OPP Worcester State L 4 6 Connecticut L 1 4 Bridgewater State W 4 3 Trinity W 6 4 Wesleyan L 3 4 North Adams State W 4 1 Trinity (a) L 2 3 Wesleyan (a) W 10 3 St. Anselm ' s L 1 18 American International L 3 8 Connecticut L 3 10 Holy Cross L 2 11 Babson W 4 2 New England L 6 North Adams State W 5 4 Oswego State L 2 6 R.I.T. W 3 1 Salem State L 4 6 Babson L 2 6 Worcester State L 1 9 Buffalo L 2 15 Nichols W 8 2 Army L 1 12 Lowell Tech L 3 6 New England W 6 4 Bridgewater State L 4 8 1973-74 Record: 9-17 (a) Wesleyan Invitationa i Bi B MJSSfe M B M ]alirCou«ri„P M?.ct-n f Aderson Buddy Heaney, Joe DeFelice, Paul Skranski. Mike McDonnell. 2nd Row: Jim Curzio, Gary Morabito. i L or LHtinn i ' ll, ?• y " t , ' " ' «y- P « Gomes. 3rd Row; Coach Joe Machnik, Larry Tomaselli, Billy Seymour. Ed Scott, Bob Salvatore, Bob Mongillo, Rich Liesler, Coach Art Crouse. Not in Photo — Frank Keyes, Jamie Pitts. 81 BASEBALL 83 For the past 11 seasons, the University of New Haven ' s baseball program has been under the direction of Head Coach Frank Vieira, who has developed the baseball team into one of the finest in the east. Vieira has led the Chargers to 11 consecutive post-season tournaments. With the assistance of Joe Tonelli, Coach Vieira has es- tablished a total record of 252 wins and 55 losses, with 13 of his former players now in pro- fessional baseball. This years ' team was no exception; the 1974 " Charger Nine " won their way to the ACAA Tournament, then kept working hard, and continued to the College Nationals in Springfield, Illinois. The Charg- ers were faced with a tough 29 game schedule, which includ- ed such teams as Fairfield, Southeastern Mass., and Sto- nehill. It looked like a near impossibility for the Chargers to register a 21 win season; yet they finished the 1974 season with a record of 21-5. New Havens ' first honor of the season was capturing the championship title in the fifth annual New Haven City Ser- ies. The Chargers defeated Yale Univ. in the opener and beat Southern Connecticut in the Championship game. This is the third time New Haven has won the City Series Championship. During the season. Junior first-baseman Len Paglialunga led the squad with a .412 bat- ting average; followed by shortstop Joe Small with an average of .340; Rich Montoni hit a .308, and Sophomore second-baseman John Cipolli- ni of North Haven hit a .300. This years ' Chargers Mound Staff was headed by Dave Schuler and John Pulit. Pulit held the best ERA in the coun- try — a 0.71 average. Other top pitchers were Junior Bob Pow- ers and Bob Mitchell. Once again the Chargers had a winning season, and as long as the " Charger Nine " have a skipper like Frank Vie- ira, the Univ. of New Haven Baseball Team will surely re- main winners. Row 1 John Pulit, Bob Coppola, Rich Montoni, Dave Schller, Bob Mitchell, Joe Small, Lenny Paglialunga, Carmen Renzulli, Richard Orm- rod. Second Row Joe Tonelli, Assistant Coach; Bud Sayles, Carl IVIacmquist.Ed Pikor, Don Menswar, Jack Cipollini, John Basso, Brian Brow, Tom Keating, Bob Powers, Frank Vieira, Head Coach. 85 1 a34Bb 1 yiS oooo UNHOO 1 d 87 si ' ?M»i i immvittrf:tti m ' 51 ijr w aw- ,f i l Jt ' i ' ' v " i-,v.:i r ime Tff ' UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN CHARGERS GO TO THE NATIONALS! The high point of my coaching career would have to be when the 1974 Chargers came in third in the NCAA College World Series. We are now an established " Baseball " school throughout the United States. Last year ' s great showing and eleven other years of tournament participation are also records to be proud of. My only hope is that we can continue on this level, not only for the next year, but many years to come. There is no question in my mind — along with everyone else who is familiar with the UNH teams — that Baseball is a number one sport, and will continue to be so for a long time. — Frank Vieira, Coach. NCAA NATIONALS U.Cal L 6-2 Vaddosta W 1-0 Central Missouri W 4-0 New Orleans L 9-2 L A C R S S E IKV ' Ktv lUik.UJ f- .-l:i ' :y- 1 • " " - LACROSSE RESULTS Duke JV N.C. State Univ. N. Carolina Southern Conn Univ. Rhode Island Yale Frosh Hartford Nichols College York College Dean Jr. College FDU Madison Trinity Dowling College Marist College Southern Conn. Worcester Polytech Won 5, Lost 11 The University of New Haven Lacrosse team made the big switch from a club team to a varsity squad this year and came up with a good 5-9 season. Maybe, one of the most important factors for the successful year was the southern trip which gave experience to the new players while improving the stick handling of all. The Chargers came back from their trip with a big 7-3 win over North Carolina State. But probably the sweetest-tasting victory this year was a 7-5 win over cross-town rival Southern Connecticut at the North Campus. The teams most valuable player award went to Co-Captain George Sexton, leading the team in scoring with goals assists. Brendon McDermott re- ceived rookie of the year honors, and Rich Villeux was outstanding in the goal all year. There will be several players who will be missing for the Charger blue and gold next year. These seniors are George Sexton, Dan Mecozzi, Rob Reutenauer, Charlie Riethel, Harry Baker, and Kevin Meehan. The Chargers were guided through their season this year by coach Will Verhoeff who received excel- lent assistance from Tom DeFillipo and the co-op- eration of trainer Bob Dillion . With Lacrosse improving as it is each year it won ' t be long before UNH has a top notch team that will be competing with nationally ranked college teams. Front Row (Kneeling) Jim McKinnon. Kevin Meehan, George Sexton, MVP; Tom Van Asco, Rich Veilleux, Bob Reutenauer, Don Mecozzi, Harry Baker, Rick Swanson. Second Row Will Voerhoeff, Bill Hewitt, Barry Santoro, Jack Drasdis, George Bonessi, John Rodolico, Mike McDonnell, Brendon McDermott, Mickey Ku- cera, Harry Nye, Cliff Drumm. Third Row Bob Dillon (Manager), Tony Mortali, Rick Gennett, Paul Zampier, John Gilburn, Kurt Reinecke, Charles Reithel, Jeff Poirier. Fourth Row; John Roest, Batting Cage. Missing from Photo: Thomas DeFlippo, Assistant Coach. WW Row 1: Mike D ' Eugenio, Ken Villani, Jim Blasczyk, Rick Garofolo. Row 2: Gary Liberatore, Head Coach; Scott Fera, MVP; Ray Wilson, Co-Captain; Bob Cizmadia, Co-Captain; George Ellice, Frank Flaumenhoft, Assistant Coach. ■; J-r r.- - jl This years tennis team compiled a record of 6 wins and 8 loss- es. Coach Gary Liberatore ' s and assistant Coach Frank Flaumen- haft ' s team registered two early wins against Eastern Nazarene, who, as quoted by the sports writers of the Boston press, were to have an unbeatable season. Well, the chargers netters proved that theory wrong as they beat Eastern Nazarene by the scores of 6-3, 5-4 to hand them their first two losses of the season . The highlights of this years tennis season was the prouncing of arch-rival Southern Connecticut, who, for the first time in fif- teen years, were beaten twice in one season by the Chargers of UNH, the scores being 8-1 and 6-3. In the second half of the season, the Chargers lost to the Uni- versity of Bridgeport, Quinnipiac (by a very tight 5-4 score) and Central Connecticut. The Charger netters then came back to their winning ways by beating Marist College 9-0 and Bryant Col- lege 8-1. This years team was well balanced and deep in talent. There was complete dedication by all to the team and the coaches. The team was headed by Senior Co-Captains Bob Cizmadia and Ray Wilson. Both had fine performances on the year and will be missed by returning lettermen: Seniors Ken Villani, Rick Gara- falo (Captain next season), Mike D ' Eugio, junior Scott Fera (MVP winner this past season) and freshman Jim Blasczyk. Tennis Results Eastern Nazarene W 6-3 Eastern Nazarene W 5-4 Quinnipiac L 4-5 Monmouth L 2-7 Southern Connecticut W 8-1 Southern Connecticut W 6-3 Salem State L 3-6 Yale J.V. L 0-9 Fairfield L 1-8 University of Bridgeport L 3-6 Quinnipiac L 4-5 Central Connecticut L 3-6 Marist W 9-0 Bryant W 8-1 1 GOLF The University of New Haven golf team, aided by four returning seniors and some fine talent, ran up a fine record of 10 wins and 10 losses in 1974. After a very successful trip to Scotland, the Chargers opened their regular season, winning their first two matches and then played just a little under the .500 mark through the rest of the schedule. The high- light of the season for the linksmen of Al Nicholson was spectacular win over Southern Connecticut and a fourth place finish in the Hartford Invitational Team Championship. Leading the team throughout the year was Co- Captain and Most Valuable Player Bill Ginna, plac- ing twenty-second in the Annual New England Inter- collegiate Championship. New Haven also got fine play from seniors Tony Vanzino (Co-Captain), Kevin Lash and Kevin Denny; Sophomores Peter Gerardi, Brian LaSalle and Tom Weldon. The first year winner of the most honored Paul A. Sperry award was Senior Co-Captain Tony Vanzino, who showed courageous loyalty to the team and teammates throughout the season. CROSS-COUNTRY The University of New Haven Cross-Country team facing its toughest schedule ever, finished the season with a fine 3 and 8 record. As it turned out, lack of depth and experience proved to be the downfall of Coach Gary Libera- tores team, but with everyone returning for the 1974 team, the future looks bright. Captain Herb Dunn turned in an outstanding per- formance at each outing. Dunne cane in first place several times and finished no less than fifth in any race. Other members of the team included: Charles Reithel, Ken Lawton, Rich Massella, Mark Pierce and Charles Miller. 1 I KK ' ART Elizabeth Moffitt, Fine Arts Chairman 104 ECONOMICS Willard Petersen, Economics Franklin Sherwood, Economics Chairman John Teluk. Economics HISTORY . , . POLITICAL SCIENCE Joseph Bernard. History Thomas Katsaros, History Chairman Joshua Sandman. Political Sci. Chairman 106 Timothy Terrell. Political Science ACCOUNTING . . . CHEMISTRY . . . MARKETING ZuheirAmin, Accounting Jeffrey Williams, Accounting Peter Desio, Chemistry 107 Henry Lemaire, Chemistry Gladys Hardy, Coordinator — Social Welfare m Walter Jewell, Sociology William White, Transitional Studies SOCIOLOGY . . . HUMANITIES Nathaniel Kaplan Paul Marx. En glish Chairman Kay Stevenson Donald Smith ENGLISH BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Henry Vasileff, Bus. Admin. Warren Smith, Dean of Business PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MK Norman Hopmayer, Bus. Admin. Satish Chandra, Bus. Admin. Ruth Yanover, Bus. Admin. Charles Flynn, Public Admin. Ward Theilman, Finance Chairman BIOLOGY . . . PHYSICS Ekkehard Tscholl, Physics Henry Voegeli. Biology 112 Fessendon Wright, Science Biology Chairman Thomas Mentzer. Psychology PhilipOlgin. Dir. Teacher ' s Ed, chael York. Psychology SCIENCE . . . PSYCHOLOGY DATA PROCESSING Richard Greet. Materials Engr. ENGINEERING Richard Mann, Civil Engr. Thomas Warner. Jr., Dean of Engineering ( 1 Buddy Saleeby, Mech. Engr. Alexis Sommers, Ind. Engr.; Dean of Grad. School Kantilal Surti, Elec. Engr. MikeTullo, N.H.P.D. John Meyer. Criminal Justice Capt. Burg. N.H.P.D. CRIMINAL JUSTICE Robert Cornell, Sports Info. Donald Ormrod, Athletics PHYSICAL EDUCATION AlphonseCannavaciolo, Math Miguel Garcia-Negron, Math MATH Richard Stanley, Math Joseph Gangler, Math Luis Garcia-Abrines, Languages LANGUAGES o organ CO U izations TAU EPSILON PHI Tau Epsilon Phi International, Tau Kappa Beta Chapter, is the oldest fraternity on campus and is open to any male of good moral character who conforms to the ideals of the fraternity. The members of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity fully believe that a feeling of true brotherly love and spirit of self- sacrifice can best be promoted by a fraternity of college men. This brotherhood is an inspiration for men to achieve high ideals, noble actions, and outstanding scholastic at- tainment. A phrase you will hear on campus exemplifying the students ' feelings is " TEPS are TOPS. " Officers of TEP President Edward Drew Vice-President Mike McGrath Treasurer Bob Galuzzo Secretary Mark Worley r § t im ZETA BETA TAU Officers of ZBT President GeneTe lker Vice-President Chucl Manns Treasurer Ed Davies Secretary Jay Andruskiwec Historian Tom Pallone ZBT raised $1,700.00 for the American Cancer Society by selling Florida citrus fruits. 123 TAU KAPPA EPSILON Tau Kappa Epsilon International Fraternity is a network of individual chapters throughout the United States and Canada. The philosophy that motivates men to band into groups — that of being able to accomplish things as a unit that would be unattainable as individuals — is also the impelling force that causes individuals to join together into this international society. Tau Kapp Epsilon has gained a position of strength — not by luck or lowered standards, but by detailed planning, devoted service and inspired leadership. Instrumental in its suc- cess has been a " pioneering " spirit that has characterized Teke from its beginning and farsighted leaders who have had the fortitude to accept the challenge of the unknown . 124 ■ |i!TrnTTt!rrrr| i_,- ' m i i % WM L • . " -f , K avH lf Li H v iP% IHhI! Hij BriHni i! ' fl EB ■ ' l B ■■ ' ' ' iX ' . j 11 - i . ' ' CHI KAPPA RHO Chi Kappa Rho Sorority was founded in 1963 for the purpose of rendering service to the Uni- versity, promoting better understanding among the girls of the University, and increasing female participation in University activities. Any full-time female student maintaining a cumulative QPR of 2.0 or better is eligible to join Chi Kappa Rho. Officers of Chi Kappa Rho President Clancy Walsh Vice-President Patti Coppinger Secretary Barbara Peluse Treasurer Mary Ann Signori Social Chairperson Kathy Widger Chi Kappa Rho. First Row: Clancy Walsh. Second Row: Barbara Peluse, Janet Specht, Christine Melillo. Third Row: Aletha Tenedine, Kathy Widger, Mary Ann Signori. LAMBDA ALPHA EPSILON ? : li;! Z ' ' L:J-., £ Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Phi Lambda Epsilon Chapter) is a national law enforcement fraternity open to stu- dents in the Criminal Justice program. Day and Evening Divisions, and graduates of the University of New Ha- ven two or four year Criminal Justice program. VETERAN ' S CLUB Officers: Bob Ryan — President, Bill Flor — Vice President, Pat Ar- busto — Secretary, Barry Bosworth — Treasurer, Jim Scanlon — Exec- utive Officer. This was the scene at the annual Veteran ' s Club picnic which wound up a year filled with var- ious activities. During the year, one item on the agenda was a book drive to collect reading mate- rial for patients at the Veteran ' s Hospital in West Haven. The remainder of the year was devoted primarily to furthering the interests of veterans by urging state and federal legislation to help al- leviate costs being incurred by the veteran at- tempting to continue his education. Letter-writ- ing campaigns and a seminar with other clubs from surrounding colleges were conducted in line with these purposes. The club serves as a source of information on other matters which may be of concern to veter- ans on campus these days while also endeavor- ing to be a positive influence within the UNH community by taking an interest in all student activities. } ' WNHU-FM 88.7 West Haven, Conn. From a distance, the only visible sign of the radio station ' s existence is the red and white tower, identical to the three or four others shooting up from the city. At night, the framework comes alive, silently flashing red warning lights to alert passing airplanes of its majestic presence. In the far distance, a lone smokestack wildly flashes its light- ning white lights in constant re- sponse. Reaching down from the tower are arms of guide wire latch- ing to various spots of the surround- ing buildings, seemingly to keep the tower from exploding skyward . The building supporting the an- tennae structure is a relatively small, modern, two story, brick unit on the campus of a small northeast- ern college. The radio station is lo- cated in a multi-subdivided room, once a music room, In one corner of the second floor. A plaque on the door reads: " WNHU-FM, BROAD- CAST CENTER " . Behind it lies an intricate maze of rooms, equip- ment, and people. A narrow corridor connects two main offices with the broadcast studios. The walls are filled with posters, the bulletin boards with directives and schedules, and the air with sounds reaching a potential audience of 1.5 million people. The offices look and sound much the same. Desks are covered with memos, interference complaints, copy to be approved, and old hot chocolate cups. The files are crammed with information that must be kept for up to five years. Records to be reviewed and tapes to be edited lie in wait. The hallway rises a step and en- ters the broadcast areas. The Asso- ciated Press news machine clacks the familiar " six o ' clock news " background sound. Remaining space is occupied by a news room, main studio, production studio, transmitter room, maintenance room, and record library, together, resembling a puzzle where the pieces fit but the picture is wrong. Every step leads to a door or a room, like an old mansion shrunk down twenty times. During the day, the rooms are bustling with nervous activity; people hurrying to meet deadlines and solve problems. Tour groups often visit making the cramped quarters even more hec- tic. The " on air " disc jockey is never alone; he has help from everyone and visitors all the time. Night reveals a startling change. This isolated area of the student center is still bright with lights when all other buildings are silent and dark. Inside, the D.J. is alone with himself, his music, and his audi- ence. The offices and halls are locked and empty. Sometimes the phone rings — maybe a request or someone just wanting to talk. Either is welcome. As the last record ends, the announcer signs off and bids good night to his listeners. The turntables stop, the microphone dies, and the transmitter spews its last bit of electricity. The only sound for the next few hours is the news machine, clacking its mes- sages to posters, doors, and empty rooms. Outside, the tower still stretches into the night, flashing a warning red, while the lone smokes- tack, now only a faint silhouette, responds in lightning white. Tom Kuser Society for the Advancement of Management: Bottom Row: Eric Fahrman, Peter Bencevenga, Barry Bosworth (Club Officers). Middle Row: Michael Fuschi, Don McKendall, Tony Falcigno, Steve Birn, Joe D ' Amico, Rich Mahoney, Dennis Meligonis. Top Row: Robert Weber, Bruce Gilston, Bob Ryan, Bob Biedermann. MANAGEMENT CLUB Campus Ed., Gary Alexander Editor Tom Murphy " THE NEWS " STAFF Editor-in-Chief — Thomas W. Murphy Managing Editor — Richard Veilleux Advertising Director — John Stillwell Senior Sports Editor — Paul Zampier Campus Editor — Gary Alexander Features Editor — William Murphy Photography Editor — Anthony Picagli Campus Staff: Wendy Kristoff, Joan Mitchell, Harry Baker, Tim Cox. Features Staff: Bill Elander, Barrett J. Wolf, Douglas Ostwald, Joe Martin. Sports Staff: Jack Larocca, Peter Ger- ard, Joe Amarante. Photography Staff: John D ' Amico. Money Talk Student Activity Fee : Raised PvDSG y " ballplayers, " 7% T Here is your chance to )n your campus by There are many o- vJIIIng to work ii. involved Mith people yearbook staff. ' ' le for people time Dur next meeting will . ' 3, 1974 at 12:30 in the StuQ ballplayers, " " interested please attend. - " - oH olease contact The Y f System ol ' i Z Sii cess rbook ' ■Q ' . ■+6 o - „ pub Op - 1 No rrf- " - ' ; ,;: O r. o i C 5 . Q % ' " » . ftl ■Jl -f v ■fitoL 0,, ■oo, •ft] ' i es c K . ff .w ' s •m Jo 00 s. ' til ' " e, Ut, WH » ' . :; % - r, y Of New Haven ... lOfl f -6 O End of the Year Beer Bas rv Saturday, May 4th from 6 pm to 2 - V UNH Front Parking Lot gra .al oni Jv Cookouts, soda, beer, volleyball, frisbee T and from 9 - 2 am Rock band WOODWIND CLEJj N FREE TO ALL UNH STUDENTS W I.D. homort Orange ven; 192 laven ; on, a junior, ivenue. New W C y ' -tardsl facui are THE INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS, INC. Chairman Leamon Moore Vice-Chairman Robert Russo Secretary Ronald De Rosa Treasurer Dennis Meligonis Advisor Dr. Stephen Grodzinsky Associate Professor Electrical Engineering The purpose of I.E.E.E. is the dissemi- nation of knowledge (by a program of lec- tures, projects, etc.) of the theory and practice of all aspects of electri- cal engineering, elec- tronics, radio, allied branches of engineer- ing or the related arts and sciences, as well as the promotion of the professional develop- ment of the student. y D.S.G. DSG Secretary, Mrs. Fran Erba. M ' The present Student Government was initiated on May 14, 1971 with the ratification of the Day Student Constitution by the Day Students of the University. The DSG is a unique student govern- ment in its independence from the school ' s administration. Some $100,000 in Student Activity Fees are distributed by the DSG. This represents a $25 per semester investment by you, the student. The question is, what are you getting for your money? The DSG sponsors social events throughout the year. Caberets, picnics, lectures, and films are all subsidized by the Student Activi- ty Fee. If you don ' t like something, the DGS is the avenue to take to change it. The individual student can change nothing by himself or herself. The DSG is the representative of student opinion in areas ranging from academic to social. It ' s your choice: you can spend four years as a nobody, meeting few people, accepting everything you are told, influencing nothing; or you can meet a lot of great people, and have a great deal of influence on the matters that ef- fect you. The DSG needs good people on every committee in every area. Whether you have an hour a week or 10 hours a week, you can get involved. The choice is up to you: you can influence what ef- fects you, or accepts whatever happens. This year ' s DSG officers are: President Ted Kunkel, Vice Pres- ident Steve DiMungo, Treasurer Ed Davies, and Secretary Terry Principi. ■j . " . i Ted Kunkel presents the Past-Presidents ' Gavel to Bill Bruce. THE CHARIOT - 1974 Robert Reutenauer Editor-in-Chief Kathy-Leigh Huber Co-Editor GENERAL STAFF Brad Lyons BobCizmadia Elizabeth lorfino Chris Deleone Marlene Gentile Paul Price PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF John Musco John Stillwell Phil Rosenfeld John D ' Amico Barry Wolf Bill Murphy Brad Lyons. i Even in a school the size of the University of New Haven, student clubs and activities are many and varied. It is a near impossibility to cover, and cover adequately, the scores of organizations operating within UNH. The Chariot staff has tried to present, through this book, the tone of the University ' s activities. If we have left anyone out, or misrep- resented any club or organization, it was not intentional; nor did we intend to editorialize on any activity. We have tried to portray the clubs and organizations at the Universi- ty as we saw them, and as the students participated in them. — the Staff of the Chariot 74 A A 1 r ■ .) M H l5 w 1 ■1 1 NERDS OHMS The University ' s newspaper and radio station, along with a few " extras " from other clubs and or- ganizations, participate in many extra-curricular functions. They aid in the broadcasting and cover- age of many of the home and away sports matches, and also hold their own softball games against local teams. On May 5th, they lost to the team from Chuck ' s Steak House, but regained their dignity lat- er that day by crushing C. W. Post in a frisbee mara- thon, sponsored by Schaeffer Beer, at Quigley Stadium. RATHSKELLAR OPENS 141 CAMPUS BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE With the coming of spring, many UNH students joined a new club — the Campus Beautification Committee. The committee members, and any volunteers who showed up to work, planted shrubs, trees, and lots of flowers in various spots around the Stu- dent Center and Bookstore. The change was gradual, but effective: people began to no- tice, and appreciate, the colorful, flowering borders and the new trees and shrubs. A string of small street lamps were later In- stalled, and the spring " re-landscaping " was complete: a quiet, pretty scene at UNH, which added greatly to the campus. EVENING DIVISION Sitting L to R Richard Kozma, Night Beat Chairman; Mary Ann MIkosky, Treasurer Social Chairman; Frank Cassello, President, Board of Gov. representative; Standing L to R: Tim Sadler, Chairman; John Larafino Jr., Student-Faculty Advisor; George Baker, John Comchik, Night Beat Chairman; Mario Garfalo, member; Richard, Advisor; John Hunter, Members Not Present: Morton Oeneistein, Vice President GOB rep.; Walter Conley, Secretary; Raymond Flimn, member. t t , 1 k» ' • il. ■r ' . ,:M m%. SUPPOSE YOU NEEDED BLOOD AND THERE WASN ' T ANY NEXT BLOODMOBILE VISIT DATE: February 25, 1974 TIME: 10:: A.M.-3:00 P.M. PLACE: Student lounge [ii 153 DORM LIFE -UNH- OR: Everything you always wanted to know about living in a strange place, but were afraid to ask! WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 1973-74 On May 6th, 1974, 32 students from the University of New Haven were presented with an award for lead- ership and excellence in extra-curricular activities by the committee for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. The certificates were presented by President Kaplan, as Bob Petrashune announced the names of the recipients. The students receiving awards were: Walter Aaron Patricia Arbusto Harry Baker John Basso Vincent Berluti William Bruce Neville Brown Linda Butler Lawrence Carter Mark Dougherty Edward Drew Robert Elliot Michael Frechette John Festa Paul Fontaine Richard Gelgauda Gordon Gianninoto Charles Heaney Paul Klein Roseann Kolar Maureen Mangan Peter Moore Thomas Perrett David Schuler Sharon Soderquist Carolyn Sommers Thomas Sypher Leo Vallee David Villa Brian Wallace Jerome Weber Kathleen Widger fl ' ' P -Wyi ' - ' A Daniel Ellsberg Jukido demonstration LECTURES 73-74 44 1 Stokely Charmichael 156 Jacques D ' Amboisa Ram Das Cbakravarty ifii tm i ' l UNH Bookstore — where books, school supplies, and other necessities may be purchased. Gatehouse — Admissions department, veteran ' s administration, and home of the new UNH computer. ft U lTi ■ ■■du iHir III student Center — most of the out-of-class activity happens here — eating, studying, gameroom and headquarters for most club organizations. 158 The Dorm — our " live-in ' s " home away from home. The New UNH Library — it ' s been taking shape all winter, slowly, but surely. ; — most of the fac ' e inside. -UNH i AJt 51 ST COMMENCEMENT- The University of New Haven ' s Fifty-First annual graduation ceremony was held Sunday, June 9. George R. Vila, Chairman of the Board and President of Uniroyal, Inc., delivered the commencement address. Degrees were conferred upon the 572 graduates by Phillip Kaplan, UNH president. Eighty-five gradu- ates received Associate in Science degrees and 435 Bachelor of Arts or Bache- lor of Science degrees were awarded. Fifty-two Master ' s degrees were award- ed: forty-two Master of Business Administration degrees, two Master of Public Administration degrees, and eight Master of Science degrees. The honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters was conferred upon five eminent candidates: Roland H. Bainton, Yale Professor Emeritus and authori- ty on the Reformation and the history of the church; Stuart Chase, an econo- mist, semanticist, and prolific author of more than thirty volumes; State Rep- resentative Mary Brooks Griswold; artist Natalie Hays Hammond, founder of the Hammond Museum in North Salem, N.Y.; and Francis H. Horn, President of Albertus Magnus College. Associate degree candidates were presented by Provost Alexis N. Sommers. Bachelor degree recipients were presented by their respective Deans: Dr. Douglas Robillard, School of Arts and Sciences; Warren J. Smith, School of Business Administration; and Thomas C. Warner, Jr., School of Engineering. Dr. Joseph Parker, Dean of the Graduate School, presented the Master degree candidates. The Dean ' s Awards for outstanding achievement and service to the Univer- sity were awarded to the following graduates: Mark H. Dougherty, B.A., Politi- cal Science, from Morris; Sharon D. Soderquist, B.S., Operations Manage- ment, From Gibsonia, Pa.; and Jerome P. Weber, B.A., Sociology, from New Haven. Dean of Students John W. Ghoreyeb made the presentations. Receiving the Alpha Chi Honor Society Awards, signifying the highest aca- demic average for a day student in each of the three schools were: Anthony Priore, Jr., B.S., Accounting, from North Haven, School of Business Adminis- tration; Donald F. Pegnataro, B.S., Civil Engineering, from Woodbridge, School of Engineering; and Jerome P. Weber, B.A., Sociology, from New Ha- ven, School of Arts and Sciences. W. Story Leavesley, B.S., Operations Man- agement, of Meriden, was awarded the Alpha Sigma Honor Society Award, given to an out-standing evening student. Richard L. Gelgauda, B.S., Operations Management, of Milford, and Frank L. Cassello, B.S., Criminal Justice Administration, of Wallingford, were pre- sented with the Alumni Association Awards. • ;;;?« " »•? « ti ■.y.Mj-H l ' M ' l GRADUATES JANUARY 1974 Achorn, William A. Old Mill Rd. Georgetown, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Ahnert, Glenn E. 15 Stony Brook Dr. Waterford, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Allard, Elizabeth A. 51 East Brown St. West Haven, Ct. B.S. Marketing Almeida, Ronald J. 265 Lighthouse Ave. Stratford, Ct. B.S. Industrial Engineering Anson, Robert B. 136 Derby Ave. New Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Arndt, WalterJ.Jr. 3 Granite Drive Norwalk, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Barnes, Donald A. 14 Arlington Street West Haven, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Barrett, Peter J. 82 Highland Ave. Danubry,Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Beerwald, Eric F. 3 Ark Road Clinton, Ct. B.S. Marketing Bell, Richard C. 277 Barnes Ave. New Haven, Ct. B.S. Finance Bencivenga, Jerry C. leWilshireBlvd. Milford, Ct. B.S. Biology Benedetti, John F. 72 Hoffman Street West Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Benivegna, David W. 204 Elaine Terrace New Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Biondi, Gennard 633 Savin Ave West Haven, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Bishop, Wayne C. 65-C IVV Circle West Haven Ct. A. S. Criminal Justice Black Floyd 168 Woodward Ave. So. Norwalk, Ct. B.S. Operations Management Block, Paul R. 407 Flint Street Bridgeport, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Bochet, Robert L. 23 Batter Terrace New Haven, Ct. B.A. Political Science Boddie, Milton 541 Eastern Street New Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Bodge, David A. 1195 Kossuth St. Bridgeport, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Bolan, Phillip E. 2 Hilltop Road New Haven, Ct. B.S. Accounting Bonds, Samuel Jr. 18B Station Court New Haven, Ct. B.S. Public Administration Bonito, Louis J. 1667 Ridge Road No. Haven, Ct. B.S. Public Administration Borson, James C. 46 Kaye Road West Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Bowes, George T. 858 Beardsley St. Galton,Ohio B.S. Electrical Engineering Brandad, Emanuel L. Jr. 137 Catherine Street Bridgeport, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Braun, Peter M. 74 Live Oaks Rd. Milford, Ct. B.A. English Brisimitzakis, Peters. 54 85th Street Brooklyn, NY B.A. Psychology Brozek, Richard L. 4 0akDaleCir. Wallingford, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Bruce, William 10 Iroquois Drive Clinton, Ct. B.A. Political Science Brushitis, James M. 208 Silver Hill Road Derby, Ct. B.S. Operations Management Buffaloe, Otha C. 659 WinthropAve. New Haven, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Burt, David E. 131 Cornflower Drive Milford, Ct. B.S. Operations Management Cacchillo, JohnG. 4 Lakevlew Ave. Shelton,Ct. A.S. General Studies Cadwell, William P. Jr. 224 Highland Ave. West Haven, Ct. B.A. Sociology Cagginello, William R. 970 Madison Ave. Bridgeport, Ct. B.S. General Management Calka, James A. 24 Wakeman Road Darien, Ct. B.S. Public Administration Campagnano, Nelson J. 65 Beecher St. Southington,Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Capen, Bruce G. 95 Merwin Avenue Milford, Ct. B.A. Sociology Caporale, Richard P. 236 Derby Ave. Orange, Ct. B.A. English Carangelo, Anthony A. 162 London Drive Hamden, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Cardile, Paul E. 28 Pendleton St. New Haven, Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Cariello, Joseph S. 37 Pardee PI. East Haven, Ct. B.A. Sociology Carlson, Norman J. Jr. 54 Summit Road Naugatuck,Ct. B.A. Sociology Carroccio, Paul T. 35 Washington Ave. Danbury,Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Carroll, Cornelius 94GlendaleAve. Bridgeport, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Carubia, John M. 211 Hotchkiss Grove Rd. Branford, Ct. B.S. Chemistry Caserta, Gary 180 Henry Ave. Stratford, Ct. B.S. General Management Chase, Ellsworth E. Jr. RRlBox76 Durham Ct. B.S. Industrial Engineering Cichocki, Walter A. 4 Diaz St. East Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Ciesco, Michael F. 160 Trolley Crossing Middletown,Ct. B.S. General Management Cimino, Peter Jr. HamreLa Apt. 13A Branford, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Cohick, Ronald B. 20 Lamberton Street New Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Colavoipe, Donna M. 103 Prospect PI. Ext. East Haven, Ct. B.A. English Colella,Louis J. lllGranby St. Waterbury, Ct. B.S. Accounting Collins, Richard E. 26 Terrace Ave. West Haven, Ct. B.S. Accounting Collora, Joseph 110 Galloway Ave. Staten, Isl. , NY B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Cooke, James G. 303 Strawberry Hill Ave. Norwalk, Ct. B.S. Industrial Engineering Cookley, Peter E. 164 Juniper Dr. Southington,Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Coon, Edward H. III. 126 Hungerford Ave. Oakville. Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Corcoran, William J. 12 Linda Ave. Uncasville, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Corsi, Marilina 251 Davenport Ave. New Haven, Ct. B.A. Art Costa, Lina 108 Pearl Ave. Hamden, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Adm. Covey, John M. 101 Montrose Ave. Bryn Mawr, Pa. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Coyle, Thomas 232 Forest Lane Cheshire, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Coyle, Gerald R. 920 Delaware St. Scranton, Pa. B.S. General Management Crawford, Norman D. 147 Bradley Street New Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Cross, DaleW. 56 Laurel Hill Rd. Branford, Ct. B.S. Marketing Cucinelli, Jane B. 78 Fairview Ave. West Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Cummiskey, Robert J. 7019 Penarth Ave. Upper Darby, Pa. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Cwirka, Edwin T. Millstream Rd. Amston, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Daddio, Lawrence J. 12 Manor Rd. East Haven, Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Dangelo, Lawrence J. 1088 Chase Pkwy. Waterbury, Ct. B.S. General Management Dardashti, Soleiman 127 Dogwood Road Apt 7A West Haven, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Dawson, Susan J. 26 Palmer Road Branford, Ct. B.S. Finance Defazio, Daniel 3Seitz Lane Cos Cob, Ct. B.S. Accounting Degennaro, Vincent A. 196 West Side Drive Hamden.Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Demaille, Alfred 62 Fawn Hill Rd. Huntington, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Denerstein, Morton 6 Lochwood Drive Clinton, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Adm. Deschenes, James E. 622 Naugatuck Ave. Milford, Ct. B.S. General Management Deschesnes, Roger J. 941 Guernsey Town Rd. Watertown,Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Duegenio, Michael J. 50 Cedar Ave. No. Haven, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Adm. Devine, James J. 30Sigwin Circle Wallingford, Ct. B.A. History Devito, Patrick A. 6 Lighthouse Lane Norwalk, Ct. B.S. Marketing Dicke, Peter V. 7 Burr Ave. Hempstead, Ny B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Diehl, Bert A. Jr. 380 Ocean Ave. Stratford, Ct. A.S. Engineering Dilorenzo, John R. 17 Simon Place Apt A4 West Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Dinello, Theresa M. 54 Frank St. New Haven, Ct. B.A. English Dodson, Philip A. 18 Field Rd. Cos Cob, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice — Adm. Donner, William E. 39 Briarwood Drive Danbury,Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Doro, Martin F. 141 Main St. Apt. Al West Haven, Ct. B.S. Accounting Drugonis, Jerome S. 4 Bungay Terrace Seymour, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Adm. Duff, Gerald A. Jr. 1 Pleasant Trail Killingworth, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Dumolo, Anthony R. 930 Park Drive Wantagh, NY B.S. General Management Duva, Frank A. 558 Fan Hill Rd. Monroe, Ct. A.S. Industrial Engineering Dutilly. Brian G. 49 Ledyard Ave. Groton,Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Duva, Agnes D. 322 Willow St. Waterbury, Ct. B.A. History Dwyer, John F. Route 45 New Preston, Ct. B.S. Biology Earl, Terry W. 23 Hancock Drive Butter, NJ B.S. Hotel Restaurant Adm. Echlov, Richard L. 56 Blake St. Newton, Mass. B.A. History Eberth, Linda D. Box 386 Ironworks Road Clinton, Ct. B.A. Sociology Ebner, Raymond C. 114 Palmer Ave. N.Tarrytown, NY B.S. Mechanical Engineering Ellis, Jeffrey S. 334 Broadwell Ave. Union, NJ B.S. 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B.A. Political Science Stroczkowski, John P. 25 Linden Street New Britain, Ct. B.S. Civil Engineering Swidrak, John F. 10 Fortune Drive North Haven, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Swietek, Franciszek 223 Ward Street Hartford, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Synhorst Paul D. 2833 N. Harrison St. Arlington Va. B.A. Psychology Tacinelli, Barbara A. 252 Winthrop Ave. New Haven, Ct. A.S. General Studies Takacs, James C. 177 Ash St. Bridgeport, Ct. B.S. Operations Management Tamowski, Raymond S. 59 School St. Naugatuck, Ct. B.S. Materials Engineering Tattersall, Maurice J. 381 Middle Rd. Farmington,Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Taylor, John E. 3 Colonial Ct. Plainville, Ct. A.S. Law Enforcement Teitzman, Linda R. 230 Lawrence Avenue Staten Islnd. NY B.A. So iai Welfare Telker, Eugene L. 42 Roller Terrace Milford,Ct. B.S.Civil Engineering Teller, Gary R. 513 Fountain St. New Haven, Ct. B.S. Marketing Teluk, Myron J. 105 McKinley Ave. 171 New Haven, Ct. B.A. Political Science Teta, Angela M. 138 Lane Street Hamden, Ct. B.A. Sociology Thompson. Raymond 104 Grove Place West Haven. Ct. A.S. Business Administration Torgerson, David I. 210MeadowbrookCt. West Haven, Ct. B.S. Economics Tucci. Frank J. 842 Derby Ave. Orange, Ct. A.S. Commercial Adv. Art Tuccio. David J. 62 Colony Street Seymour. Ct. B.S. Marketing Tucker, Jonathan Y. 22 Matthew Road Branford, Ct. B.S. Marketing Turcio. Louis M. 128 Thompson Ave. East Haven. Ct. B.S. Marketing Turnquist, Walter E. 145 Park Road Oxford. Ct. B.S. Accounting Dim. Jerry E. 372 Demarest Drive Orange. Ct. B.A. Biology Vaccaro. Gaetano T. Cheshire Road Prospect. Ct. B.S. Industrial Engineering Van Asco. Thomas R. 95 Victor St. Plainview NY B.S. Criminal Justice Van Fleet, VernC. Jr. 445 Milford Point Rd. Milford,Ct. A.S. Engineering Vanzino. Anthony J. 174Gatzmer Ave. Jamesburg. NJ B.S. Operations Management Varga. Richard A. 216 Hepburn Rd. Hamden, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Varlese, John B. 1371WoodtickRd. Wolcott,Ct. B.S. Accounting Vencus, Richard S. 109 Court St. West Haven, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Vento, John A. 76 Ridge Street New Haven. Ct. B.S. Marketing Verderame. Sheila A. 694 Woodward Ave.. Apt. 9 New Haven. Ct. A.S. Commerical Adv. Art Verinis. Peter 224 Yale Ave New Haven. Ct. B.S. Gen.Mgmt. Viarengo. Ronald S. 129 Federal St. W. Hartford. Ct. A.S. Law Enforcement Villa. David C. 95 Richards Dr. Monroe, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Villano, Thomas J. 80 Westminster Street New Haven, Ct. B.S. Accounting Viola, Ronald F. 115 Wepawaug Drive Milford, Ct. B.S. Accounting Von Dorster, Susan 85-3 Ridge Rd. Naugatuck,Ct. B.A. English Wade. Robert E. 265 N. Hoadley Street Naugatuck, Ct. B.S. Accounting Wagner, Karl H. 2 Barnett St. New Haven, Ct. B.S. General Management Walker, John L. 77 Corbin Road HamdeQ,Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Wallace, Brian K. 655 Third Ave. West Haven, Ct. B.A. English Walsh, John T. 19 Ruden Place, Apt. C West Haven, Ct. A.S. Engineering Walsh, Robert v., Jr. 9 Brian Rd. Elmwood, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Ward, Relford M. 118 Bailey Road Middletown, Ct. A.S. Criminal Justice Adrr Wark, Lloyd E. 247 Camp St. Plainville, Ct. A.S. Law Enforcement Warren, James J. 68 Hickory Ave. Milford, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Washington. Michael J. 321 West Division Street New Haven, Ct. B.S. Hotel Management Wasilewski, Walters. 671 Forest Rd. West Haven, Ct. B.A. Historv Wasko, Stephen J. 2 Elaine Drive Seymour, Ct. B.S. Accounting Weber. Jerome P. 36 Whittlesey Ave. New Haven, Ct. B.A. Sociology Weinberg, Stephen J. 5538 Whitty Lane Brooklyn, NY B.A. History Welch, Rita M. Foxon Rd. No. Branford, Ct. B.A. Social Welfare Whelan,MarkM. 91 Morris St. West Haven, Ct. B.A. Social Services Whipple, Karen M. 71 Piper Brook Ave. Newington, Ct. A.S. Law Enforcement Widmann, Karl S. 60 Hunt Lane East Haven, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Williams, Donald P. 110 Beech Ave. Aldan, Pa. B.S. Hotel Management Willis, Clifford J. 171ChildsSt. New Britain, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Wilson, David R. 56 Snow Crystal Road Naugatuck, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Wilson, Steven L. 625 Congress Ave., Apt 1-E New Haven, Ct. B.S. Marketing Wilton, Deborah A. 50 West Hills Rd. New Haven, Ct. B.S. Marketing Wisniewski, Jerry G. 80 Allen Place Hartford, Ct. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Witkin, Ivan A. 1 Carol PI. Plainview, NY B.S. General Management Witkowski. Charles J. Kearney Place Poquonock. Ct. B.S. Hotel Management Wolin, Cynthia L. 79 Englewood Drive New Haven, Ct. A.S. Commercial Adv. Art Woodard Bernice E. 106 Farview Ave. Wolcott, Ct. B.S. Environmental Studies Wynne, John J. 106 Richards Place West Haven, Ct. B.S. Economics Yates, Jeffrey S. Metacomet Road Farmington.Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Young, Thomas J. 242 Grove St. Shelton, Ct. B.S. Criminal Justice Zdanowicz, Pamela N. 615 Main St. Branford, Ct. B.A. Social Welfare Zeranski, Robert R. 34 City Hill Court Naugatuck, Ct. B.S. Electrical Engineering Zingoni, Ronald J. 281 Ell Rd. Hillsdale, NJ. B.S. General Management Zulkowski, Lawrence J. 506 Silver Sands Road East Haven, Ct. B.S. Marketing lank Y6ilto our generous Patri i f Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. 1 George E. HI A ictor Hull yMr. Mrs. Jjli Mrs. Qblnlnthony S r S ope Hun S Mr. Mrs. E C.P.Verin L. J.Coieiia J.Carubia Dodson F. Roberts J. Orlowski F.Warren ey enese ii 1 riliirM ' " ' " 11I BMW T Sm, ll m MBftji.. . nE is V2 : ' Mr. Mrs. A. Mansky l . Mr Mrs ' c- ! " - - » m J. raigiiciiii " l liLSdams, Jr. Sb J A R mre m dlBii f9m Wflpv t . ' ' 4 ' - . r. Congratulations Class of " 74 " from SERVOMATION CORPORATION UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN FOOD SERVICE Good Luck to the Class of 1974 McGRATH EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Executive Search Administrative Engineering Accounting Sales COLLEGE SERVICE CORP. UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN BOOKSTORE Manager — Ed. Rogowski Best Wishes to the GraduatingClass of 1974 CHARIOT " 74 " WISHES THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1974 BEST OF LUCK AND HAPPINESS IN THE FUTURE TO COME CHARIOT " 74 " ■UiLDINO aUPPLY CO Ino. AMITY RD. ond LANDIN ST. WOODBRIDGE, CONN. 06525 TELEPHONE 389-9509 FRANK PERROTTI AND SONS, INC MODERN REFUSE AND CONTAINERSERVICE TEL: 387-2021 175 Well, It ' s about that time again. The school term of 1973-74 is only a collection of memories now. It ' s been hard, and it ' s been a lot of work, but now it ' s all over. It ' s time now: party one last time, then say goodbye, pack up and leave, head for home or a summer job — all the work here is done. To all those who have graduated, we say " Congratula- tions " and " Come back and see us someday. " We hope that the Chariot 1974 is everything that you wanted it to be. To all those who will be back in September, all we can say is " Have a good summer " and " We ' ll see you soon . " We would like to add a special thank you to everyone who hel ped with the production of this yearbook: to all the generous businesses and parents who helped to sup- port the yearbook financially, to Joe Cieplak, in the Pub- lic Relations Dept. for the advice and all the pictures, to the Data Center, for all the endless print-outs they sup- plied us with, to the News staff for all the pictures and help they gave us in those terrible couple of weeks before deadlines, to Jim Toomey, our American Yearbook Co. Representative, for all his hard work and unbelievable patience, and to everyone who worked on this book in any way — by submitting pictures, giving advice, selling ads, supplying information, writing stories, typing, or just lending moral support. Thank you all. It ' s about that time again — take care, and we wish you all the very best in life. We hope that our yearbook, our capsule of The University of New Haven, 1973-74, pleases you. — the Staff, Chariot 1974 ti ' J ' msil s
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