Rutgers University Camden College - Mneme Yearbook (Camden, NJ)

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THE 1964 RUTGERS COLLEGE 0F SOUTH JERSEY CAMDEN Janice Rowan. . . Pafricia Weber ..,.. Joyce Sacker ...... Eric Locker ........ NEW JERSEY Edi+or . ........... Ed :for . . . . . . . .Business Manager Nancy Vlfuscka. . ........................ . . THOMAS STUDIO . . . o pho+ographer Layoui' Ediior Ari Edifor mln K MQ N W1 Q-W QQ gg Q 1 . GV X if ' f -'N Af u A V 7 Q - 69 l f N i dv m! 1 A ,. 1 bk ': X r I .17 ., edication WALTER WEAVER HERKNESS, JR., Ed.D. Editor of "Handbook for War" Assistant Professor of English 1957 Assistant Dean 1959 Director of the Rutgers' Summer Session in Camden Coordinator of student personnel and Convocations Coach of the Debating Team Moderator of the Gleaner The Seniors of Rutgers, The State University at Cam- den, choose each year to honor a member of the faculty or the administration. The process of bestowing this honor is, in reality, an act of tribute, and every delicacy is re- sorted to see that the tribute is properly weighted - if, indeed, it can be. This year Walter W. Herkness, Assistant Dean of the College, as well as faculty member, is hon- ored on this dedication page. Dean Herkness has served ably and well, and it is idle to recount his many services to "his" students. It is better to center our pride on the life philosophy of "our" Dean. Spinoza, in two wonderful sentences, tells us: "A man who desires to hel-p others by counsel or deed will refrain from dwelling on men's faults, and will speak but spar- ingly of human weakness. But he will speak at large of man's virtue and power, and the means of perfectingfrhe same, that thus men may endeavour ioyously to live, so far as in them lies, after the commandment of reason."' Dean Herkness is a man who has engaged our atten- :L 'f'- wt.,1 M , -fi: ,I---mt f.'5.,- ,. i 1 i, -i. L . Ii SHMEQ-ggiggjiigfdir. -it llc Jdefml i- 1 1 'Fei-i:'.".X l'B'u"il'Ju-- . ' " " U: I:--'. :UW fi ,-3 ef -. "' "X: .1 he fgge Ur J mtg- i ilu Fl. fu -tu re mi... up --N -. -1, -U. ,ws ,,,,i- :.i 74- .F .'7,i,.'liE.-zi-ENV? 1 : W ...QQ it- as i, , " .flu - ,222 fi- Ai i 1 if , Eff, . . 1'-.:'-' I vYv'1 ,. l4 i ,- ,XJIJPFZ l ,,!' P tion and admiration by showing us how to live "ioyously" and "after the commandment of reason." He epitofnizes the great Aristotelian balance in life and takes great care to help us find this rest in activity. We must say that while Dean Herkness teaches us how to live well, he also leads us along the path of a discovery of the essential of living. He is, quite simply, a special spirit and, as Nicholas Ber- dyaev candidly said: "The spirit is activity and creation and freedom." Activity, Creation, and Freedom are the essentials of our being. To our minds, Dean Herkness has not only found these for himself but has, to an unprecedented de- gree, attempted to convey this message to us. lt is not possible to capture the real value of Dr. Herkness' contri- butions to the students and to the University on the printed page. Suttice it to say that Dean Herkness be- comes an intimate part of every student's college experi- ence here at Rutgers. Dean Herkness is, and will continue to be, a vital tradition on this campus. ,.,.. .,- . 9'T5'ffS?fEfA -f '4 or X ia-9 il-A-V 0 A -ri , QWV11 , " 0 , MW n -.,.f 2 ff- H ,MJ S ' ' 5? , .fn k - 4 4552 - K .,w54 1: I '4 5 x fe' E Q , 1 'N , 51 fr 4 , I r ,, Y X Q ,V , 522' 1 YT T ,L v. I , l '-Y'1'fJ5'3j, .,. . 1. 13 . if Q 5 H .1 .,f-- .ull I.' -'LI fil- " " ,1 I La l I! , ' x 1 ,W . .-Q M PHILIP B. BEWLEY, Business Manager 1: SAMUEL YOUNG, Supervisor of Mainienance GEORGE WILLE Regisirar WALTER C. SIBLEY Direcior of Placemenf .v - G- A XQXN. L 'S' ,2-l1j,j.?-kr " -- L 242154,-1 V' 4114. F-A A A wmv THERESA G. DOUGHERTY Direc'l'or of Public Rela'l'ions ig gi, s A Z , 1 .,4l4i3 X Q,1,.,, ':2fs1igeSz,f: ,ze A W'-eff L 2 . is W, WILLIAM KOLODINSKY Direcfor of Admissions L F gi F N A .s A V - v , mf. ' ,:' N is im? mf ff LJ: - , ,.,f, Pm- ea -, W-rv ,wth -41 , is 11 1 1 Fr'--A .a? ? '1 , ,- 5.5 A y i .I 551-5 T1 " '-f-Mfg 155-'lil lu ' - :ax all Qlwfl -I -- 1 '1 x l 1 'Q il: LSI I M' .1. M . ,Q T1 -a mm ,M If ij, .,.1- - f A . , . f V , Q' na' W I -n, . 4 1 Y , I 1 .-.,,, lw4,'t.,- 1' . 'B--, -H ee- N -4-4 V , wi M' . l dun V 5-'I'-" ,Jq f' .. w1'g3?. W iii, ,w4'.-7 Lv, - --L. ' mm L 'ij e r .f ' fm: ri Ppfff w"', flrlxf , . ,nj ml I 4' ,HW , 4' '4 Gif, N 'M ,, Eli' , , , "3'5'IQg?Jm 1 ENGLISH Nafalie B. Gordon, M.A.: Harry TL Kry- nicIxy, M.A.: John C. Wenh, PI1.D.g Walrer K. Gordon, PI1.D.: Irwin Gopnik. M.A.: EvereH L. Zimmerman, M.A.:' James L. Sanderson, PI1.D. atural Qciences PHYSICS George Ourada, B.S.g David M. Rosen'II1aI, M.A.: George A. Ar'ricoIo, M.S.: John W. Rhea, Ph.D. BIOLOGY James B. Durand, PI1.D.: Henry Siempen. Ph.D.: William J. Bacha, Jr., PI1.D.: Dorrell Biddle, BA.: Gerard S. Weissman. Ph.D. ..- I I I I I ' 1aQiiLs,5++f,,. GEOLOGY AIfrecI M. Hirsch, M.S.: Lee L. HarviII, M.S. ff' "' .nw A6 4 .wfgf :f- g-f ,vc . ' ' STATISTICS A. Royall Whifalrer, M.A. ocial Qciences CHEMISTRY Donald M. Scheiner, Pl1.D.: Charles H. Willifs, Pl1.D.: L. Jay Lol1r, 8.5.3 Sfanley G. Davis, Pl1.D. MATHEMATICS Joyce W. Beringer, B.A.: Claire C Jacobs, M.S.: Mary O. Reisfer M.S.: Jacob Sherman, Ph.D.: Jona- Ihan C. Barron, M.S.: Michael Jan- off, B.A.: Leonard Bidwell, Ph.D. Orhan H. Alisball, Pl1.D. BUSINESS Roberf F. Severson, Jr., Pl1.D.: George Blyn, Ph.D.g Francis A. Bird, M.S.: Frederick Goel1r- inger, III, M.B.A. gg r -E-Y f - is a:v'22Q.: -v N ., 'mf .III 'Q las? r SOCIOLOGY George Mesferfon, Ph.D. POLITICAL SCIENCE Harry H. Shapiro, PI1.D.g Louis Forman, Ph.D. PSYCHOLOGY Eugene Linlrar, Ph.D.: Leonard Rosen, Ed.D.: William K. C. Chen, Ph.D. 1If -, I Q H EDUCATION Rosolia CioHi, Ed.D.: Herberi' A. Searle. Ed.D. 'L-Q-giwg---7 V HISTORY John H. Jensen, Ph.D.g Phyllis S. Lachs, Ph.D.: Roberi L. Zangrando Ph.D. Lf '- f1l.'vw'+ fl- 'l 'if'-fx . f-.ffjlx-. 4 , , A ' if ' - , - V Y Y ' ' y 1 ' , .ir ' ,' 4 ' 1 V 15' f" ,,'5i5:,,5k1f ' .. x at ,i V, -. . . 1 ,ka .,., iw Q 1, i , h qw ,, ,Q V ,H gy I Q1 kygk H ,X ,,, rw, ,, - "'7'fF E ir . -'11 X ,X , fin' ' f" 7 ,L K Hell? w'1:V1,l ' -1 - ' . 43 W ri 517 IH' W' " rfffw Monsieur Williams and Madame Alminde wai+ing +o deparl' for fhe French Club's 'I'rip fo New York. Mrs. Wl1i'l'e coyly lacking up 'Hue daily doubles in code. Mr. Harvill enraplured by 1'l1e sheer fascinalion of a Corycium enigmalicum Seclerholm Precambrian fossil I Dr. Scqlley Bradley, visiiing professor from Universify of Pennsyl- vania, lecfuring io Wal+ Whi+man's, small buf eager, Souih Jersey 'Fan club. x ig - W 1 , 1 F, I T N' A , 'jM is - M f - f D ., 5. 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S, W -re H wh -req . xr H 'N e'w3goreosM 'Ei' ' ' S V , V AW rl Hggglvel l he ll I ll I Now remember men, only Ru'I'gers Carsl "Sul:a+erranean Plomeine Palace." Y. ,372 ' - 4 ,V . ' ' we . - 1 Vlgggi--5 "We lmow you're having +rou'ble ge'H'ing men Carino, bu+ . . ." H, . 5 l Furs- "College life a+ R.C.S.J.: Whal a mad social whirl!" "Thanks, buf l don'+ +hink l wani' 'io see +he second floor." "Now all we have 'lo clo is gel' Williis 'ro drink if." ,1- . . ., ,-, ."' f 'Z' wr- .,.- ,,-, ,,, , ., - Q A. .ie--4--. - ,',. .,,- Q .V ...k,g.-,,.,g ,,-. g-..-...31 "Well, hello 'fhere Big Boy . . ." "When you said economy frans- pori'a+ion, I had no idea . . ." "Cer+ainly we're s+udying X "Yon quainl' olcl +avern 'F fp? Z! ln and ou+ of flue alleys-i+'s all parl of +l1e game I l .3 .,,. 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W n ff A4 ' fn- ...f Q 4-5 in x 51, "Q.'g,', ,jf-V4 151 1 Q! li W'-l5?? 1 I 1 nhl i utgers airest amsels Georgia Maliclc holds many queenly +i+les among which are Miss New Jersey I9bl ancl Miss Foolball Queen. Carolyn Richier claims 'lhe honors of being Miss New Jersey Sl'al'e Fair I 962 ancl Miss Wool l963. Carolyn and Bonnie are picfurecl in an in- formal sho+. ip 4215? e, 5' 'f"'E'Fi , ' ' ' ' , 'T 1. , Q l -.. ...II bl " " " ':if, Z ' -m, "m'l ' 'ref yl,r 1' J l"--f-1 ,,'i,kl5g,HLl5j55,sw 'P-A fi wig., ,. ii ww ' ' f H wf'l"1! , ez 5, ef - , 1 'N ,f l "5-rf ., -miie' Mg N Vi. W i' '- ' Z n ' , ea ' vgfgw ,1f: r., .', 5 V. i- 'l m V ' - - .L . ::g,- ., 4, ,- up ,,". , A - "sil l: ' , S vs" i f fi :E5i2M ,lv .. ig, yi,gy,5.JU'i 4 ' , f, r U Nr ', 3 ,rfiw mf'i.,1"- , ,J ' N fi izfllllif, ' 2 f'i,1S2Q1 ' N ' - 'V'??2s2zz'v H 'liinlfff , , W- r""" ff zzz: , I. il' ?6::'-'T I li fi. , Carolyn is shown being i crowned +l'ae winner of 'Phe f S+a+e Fair Con+es'I'. Bonnie MacWilliams has been a finalisi' in fhe Miss Camden i"'N ' X Couniy coniesf in I96I and a rf' fl campus queen of Lambda Sigma , ' - cha. ' 'sew .85 ,M f '43, 1'-X' F", . 'a.. is . N., QA: v 'Il ' o 0 .i 2,534 1 J 1' -K' W c - f'W"' -Jie. i f 'Ng'-H I n'. i. X G - gftx X N X N1 my Y , v ff i ' . X. raternities aasou VIH? 26 Q S B Sig. Ep. members relax +o Ray Charles albums-J. Zanefich, P. Fiorello, Vice-Pres. I. Brownslein, T. Filler, Pres. Schmicll, and Fraf Sect Duncan. 43' f igma psilon hi "Talk aboul' a po'l'en'l' brew, 'l'ry +ha+ one again!" x Wil CTHER MEMBERS R. Aregood H. Rosen L. Cabnel J. Rosenzweig R. Daniels, Cor. Secl. A. Wise E. Jasnow an-I Xe A. Duncan, P. Fiorello, and I. Brownslein pass +l1e fime wi+l1 Sig. Ep's. "femme 'Fa+ale." L. Kenfer, D. Hirshorn, O. Bales, and F. Phil- lips look wi+l1 longing a+ phofos of lasl' year's par+ies. ..l' l. ivmflggiggeliii H, ln fi! WWE.. ,fx-, J. Cosiino, assumes a scholarly pose while brolhers C. Marfina, L. Murchell Tres., Pres. Kowalski, and J. Monforfe smile a+ Mneme cameraman. 3-Lambda Qigma hi C. Mar'I'ina, D. Forman, L. Murchell, J. Cosiina, and D. Sarubbi enjoying Lambda's newly reclecoraled learly Camden, playroom. Card shark C. Webb is financing his college educalion al' 'lhe ex- pense of V. Palese. C. Barnard and D. Zinc. R. Bevilacqua J. Ellio+ G. Goehrig 6. Hill W. Markowslci OTHER M EM BERS x W. Parks T. Richarlz M. Scully D. Williams "Welcome Sweel' Spring'lime"-D. Arber L. Murschell, D. Munn, E. Ringleb, A Branco, and R. Colucci. Handyman C. Wealherly fixes Laml.-:da's "Beer Cooler" while M. Pepilo, W. Mar- kowslci, C. Barnard, D. Munn, T. Richards, and G. Bradley supervise. E. Gorecki, Vice-President F. Thiel, Cor. Sec.: J. Evans, Presidenh W. Hesser, Rec. Sect: F. DiLore++o, Treasurer. T. Cimino R. Dadson T. Fishwick G. Fore L. Hun+er C. Lapusheski OTHER MEMBERS A -' "h1i2EiEi9 A. Nickerson T. Rayser V. Scola T. Spina S. Wein appa Qigma psilon Ron Farna+l1 gives a few words of wisdom fo brofhers D. TiI'I'on, B. Lynch, M. Tuliey, and E. Gorecki. we E1 ' f. N ,S . I P I G. Cuprys, Treasurer: G. Sloan, Social Chairman, B. Ban+ivoglio, Rec. Sect: S. Bush, President N. Vifuscka, Vice-Presidenh N. Menalis, Cor. Seci. 9. .jf 5.-cu. X X , .H ri ' -fi H 41' en li 3 fl' JT2' zi. fi.-' FQ ,Q Q2 rw,..,--4 MRS. ALMINDE, Advisor LQK Some of our "new faces"-B. Beairice, I. Harring, J. Koch, P. Bily, C. Kellner, S. DiDio, S. DiPaolo, A. Kessler, D. Brownsfein, D. Dean, J. Kemps, S. Lee. F if l i Diana Sokol, Sandy Siasley, Melanie Johnsion, Alexis Po- poff, M a riorie Weissman. Maureen McBride, Anila La- ,+ini, Maurira Yarber, Dana Peacock, Ka+l1y Vassie, Kalhy Nusbickel J a n e + Canrera, Irene Migliano, Nancy Sur- 'lon, Margol' Holmes, Peggy Lydon. 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Student ouncil "And furfhermore I prom- ise a pony for every "The Drones" Sam Abramson, Secrefaryg Janice Rowan, Vice President Larry Hun'l'er: Randy Miller, Presidenig Ron Cufler, Jim McGeary, Treasurer: Sieve Frifzsche. .. el. f .51 , r ..-, .71 N., " ' -' HA . : 1 ... .- .5 ,, .... ... M ... , H.. 'H...3gg... WW ...w...1gg,gg...H " ' ' HN i .X Q.. .. ' .. .. ,X UH me fe Us gam- .. :Sri E n S 4. X -wa' ,wr am ..,e. gf Jn" .L , lx Hi wi ,1 ' -Q.. :mf , f U , Faulk, John Cooper. E Ri+a Yarber frying +o meei' a deadline. Qgleaner "The In-Group"-Bob Washburn, Dave Lefever, Jim Smi+h, Irv Browns+ein, Connie es l'm ihe chief 4 'f W M-MV f v mm- nnl- 3 a"Li 5 L a f wfv-Jes-QW: . . x M ' W, E3 53 N Q 3 ,f f a gg o,?..,l ...,. .. .93 ,, 5 ga BRE 1 Ega n! Q - J.. - W -ss 5 K mg 451 J . if T ' 'TTT' ' 7' , C24 Y- ,. .Zi . ,-,-vWQ N iz ':"'iu3?"1if' - , gms 1151:-3, fu: Elm:-sv,f,g.,,, UMW -., 'N 52:1 -- -Z "1-17 ., , E ' 5 -1 ' Z " FTQ1. 'lWl1o cares if you clon"r know +l1e fopic, you're going." efffd' l "They're my boys." "Hop +o H, son." fig gen Xxx, W a N ' gil if ebate ociety DEBATE TEAM Ka+hy Bufler Ed Klinger Maureen Connelly Ned Hearn S1-eve Edell Harvey Segal Dave Molofsky Theodore Grimm Dave Lefever 43 I fn ,5,. Q Z5 hh' .- ,F yn horale How aboui' a few Fas? choruses of The Chinese Nahonal An- fhem?" -GEO RSE L. GANSZ Direcfor "Aaaaah' S.A.M. Execuhves: Joyce Sacke R cl g Secrefaryg Marilyn Kinney, Corre p d + P M C I+V P ci i' re ary: ai' c ann, s ice res Giglio'H'i, Presidenh Fred Weir, Tr Piligno, 2nd Vice President Qociety or the clfvancement O anagement The na+ion's managerial sf anter bury lub Jean Miller, DoH'ie Loper, and Jerry Delamafer. rotestcmt ellowship Donald Barbalace: Waller Huff: Richard Counress: Norman Howard: Jean Glaspey: Reverend Appel: Nona Clarke: Thomas Efheringfon: Wanda Pealc: George Bradley. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Jim Feeley, Vice President Mark Scully, Presi deni-3 Kaihy Coniin, Secrefaryg Kevin Yanclach, Treasurer. efwman lub Neviman Club Mee+ing V 'W I M - ,, 5 i 2 ' :11 E M E E :::':: 1 M ilr - ME 'ifi , Ea 1 ? 2 W yi. .4 ig - .4 L e- - Q' 4l"' "Two and fwo .... "-Dr. Rosen, Rick Kellis fPres.,, Tom Cuccinoffa fVice Pres.,, Elaine Palusci fSec+.j, Frank Marfin fTreas.j, Dr. Linker, and Dr. Chen. "Those under observa+ion." ff -I. , Q yin 'ww qw. 449 +7 fri' 'WW f? ' V, A qt' 1 ,y ff Qlik I ,f is sychology lub KW on ju rw 55,5 21 H M Hi ' w wr n MMS w H, if H H 5532 H , :QSM 1 Q2 A in Q Y- w W V 1 H M MA., an . iw W fam: 1 ' ifl-,Ei 1 4?- ,ggi , 5, -1 .-. H wi? 49 GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Maria Andl, President Grace Cuprys, Secrefaryg Terry Richariz, Treasurer: Jim Ballinger, Vice President erman lub rench lub J. Kahanofsky fTreas.1g B. Green, D. Loper, B. Banfivoglio, C. DiCarlo fVice Pres.lg Mrs. Alminde fAdvisorj: N. Viiuscka, E. Nugenf. J. Ber+olina, G. Lissy fPres.j and J. Delamaier fSec1'.l noi' piciured. l Ili! OFFICERS' Arlene Sm SPANISH CLUB . ' sidenfg and Ka'H1y lannelli, Hh, Vice Presidenh Frank Thiel, Pre Secrefary. Span ish lub ff if: A, n -ik 1.- .-gt i ,T '15 4: asqueteers "Ar+hur is a ham." MASQUETEERS OFFICERS: NineH'e Bonanno, President Nina Coyle, Vice Presidenh Judy Churchill. Secre+aryg Roberia Reifh, Treasurer. "I sori' of ihoughi' Winnie ihe Poo would be nice fo +ry." 1 21 me fame ll REQ? 1 , A en Y ' 'vwwwxxw Ru m wx W , X . nlNNWgigbyN,MMMJ VVY 'VI Vw Y Y V parts V 'I' fri V X Nick D'Amelio, Pe+e Arya, Sieve Balaban, Chuck Crane, Bob Crosby, Rick Dadson, Bob Ellis, Jim Feeley, Roy Flannigan, Bill Hinderer, Bob Lynch, Jack Maguire, Glenn Milchell, Lou Messina, Warren Murphy, Bruce MacNaul, Ron Peak, Hank Rambo, Bob Rogers, Warren WiH'mann, Sieve Wrigh'l', Wall' Zimolong, Coach, Tony Pugliesil OCCBT 33-iii, , . . , . , w ii, ,.- ,.. . in , . ,L ntramural ootball SOPHOMORES LAMBDA SIGMA CHI ,- H" REBELS LEAGUE STANDINGS I. Sophomores 2. Lambda Sigma Chi 3. Rebels 4. Kappa Sigma Upsilon 5. Freshmen 6. Sigma Epsilon Phi FRESHMEN SIGMA EPSILON PHI iii? i 5-9 I ls? row: Jim Ale, Jeff O'Brien, Bill Monaghan, Don Wilson, and Keifh Ha Joel Kagen, Bob Bevilacqua, Coach Carino, Hal Ruff, and Karl Nafale. rris. 2nd row ggasketball l -Q ,W ,. , J v SL - ,,-- H. wa. -..f ' J. lu,,..m F Q- I S9 H x 4' JA w Q i F9 J125 fw Q22 1355552 Ki Zggwggf Q .-I -- - Wm- WM MMM , N 4.-,K , , ' mlm- . , X- f 'ff' IJ PC N H him V 4 uw 1:-za E ,ug men u ou , V 1 ' H wig, N.. , E QW WWW "' WW , , L N iw!! fH5..j IH. ,, ' - Z Q1 2 .iff '. 1 'z up W Q-'wi-'H H Aw 111 5vU"ff11o!"Q?f" V " Q. '- " Ea: . ' wi l 'ir 224, ov HM .. H , 'H Q30 , w3!Q2gwglJJ . 'lx '0?55?A?':U uw NSW? X E15 v N wh. :- iqsgy Q A1313 21 Wm , , . ' ss 2 , ff .ffm EQ f , AB E : .... i ..A, . V .. nhernlassmen Aah-1-en-shionl "Maybe si1e'il run ou'l' of dimes." Pori'rai+ of iniegriiyz Class oH7icers:'Be'I'sy Linclsirom, Presi- deni' Sieven Wiens, and Ade- laide S+. Pefery, Juniors 'escaping" fo class. uniors h Edi+orial Nora: I had 'l'o siand on my head io ge+ 5 fhis crew. The Line-Up: Junior Cuiies. . .,., HL.: mm U ,mr Sieve Boyle, Vice President Mary Anne O'Neill, Treasurer: Marion Wise, Secreiaryg Ka+hy Conlin, Secre+aryg Henry Leis, Preqiclenf. ,Elf rg -"' , ,,,...n":" 1-v'f1""'M DO IT YOURSELF PROJECT H , X, V ,L .V , "No+l1ing like a brisk sfroll . . . HGOHG. buf noi' f0"90'He"' Qophomores "Class Break.' "Sophomore Cu'l'ies." "On Hue Si1'e." l'd say i+'s coming along 'Fine When Rufgers expands, each s'l'uden+ will have his very own square inch of campus." "Ain"I' love grand!" H1 Raman., um. as ,.,., , ,, , 1. , fel. fy, ,um wg? Nm ix 'r- reshmen gt',L5,5!1 J, vel , V, . W . 4 ln MTR Q21 a 1v i Q., il my 3 , H. 'f fl W wkmf umm H1 mmm 3, awe P5 , W C " 5 , 'Q 2 :X Freshmen faking an apfifude 'l'es1'. Dinks, BuHons, Signafures and SUMMONSES "There's some+hing funny abou-I' one of fhose players." "I'II 'fell you. buddy, 'I'hings are looking up around here "Tradi'rional Tug." Smiling sfudeni faces. .L ootenanny FALL 1964 Oh my darlin', Oh my darlin' . . " The real iang of couni-ry s+yle 'Rufgers' Ramblers"-rambling. "gn ufop of Old Smokey i U' 231 1 Q' A H J., N 2 ff F 14- ,IPEYPQ I lx fi' . s if-Q1 A5 .fr X ml- , P' .ff ., N '-ITAR' 3iii"'ffQ 'iii ' .fa T5 . Q .. 9 5 5 ' ' 3,5 , HH 1 : X W 4- , 5 vig 5-2.3. , W T9 Q . - .: . X um H Z 1.5 W ' 1 1 115 4+ Jan Evans, President John Maguire, Vice-Presi- denh Joyce Kohanofsky, Secrefary: Fred DiLor- e+o, Treasurer. enior lass Qgfficers 'Senior of the year Randy Miller, Senior of fha Year, receives con- grafulafions from Dean Taylor. mints Cla yk U v 5 V J J g 4 v , 5' ., V' , if 2' 'i 3, U . fi v EFA V I 4 'Mg' U F 6' 91-,'f . 1' ' ,jf U Y- J QW r J il ALAN W. AHREN NATURAL sclENcEs Woodbury Basketball lp Baseball l,2,3,4 CCap- Tainjp L.S.C. l CSecT.j, 2 QVice-Pres.j 3 QPres.j. a CHARLES L. BARNARD, JR. MARTHA W BAXLEY SUSAN PARK BEEBE SOCIAL SCIENCES Woodbury SOCIAL SCIENCES Cunnammson Twp NATURAL sclENcEs Wenonah L.S.C. 2,3,4. Psychology Club 2 3 Gleaner 1 ?s ,lf-'QP' CHARLES ATWOOD BENDER, JR. JEAN BERTOLINA ROBERT BEVILACQUA SOCIAL sclemces Stratford HUMANITIES Camden EDWARD H. BLUMBERG SOCIAL sclENcEs Camden S.A.M. 45 Baseball 25 Intramurals l,2, 3,4. Gleaner li Newman Club l,2,3,45 Le Cercle Francais 2,3,45 Delta Rho l. 1lg ua FL' NATURAL sclemces Wenonah Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball 25 L.S.C. 1,2 CCor.-Sec.j 3,45 American Chemi- cal Society 4. NINETTE LINDA BONANNO NATURAL SCIENCES Palmyra Masqueteers 3 CPres.j 45 Newman Club 2,35 Math Club CSec.-Treas.j 3,4. GEORGE L. BRADLEY NATURAL SCIENCES Woodbury Gleaner 25 Protestant Fellowship 1,2 QTreas.j 3,45 L.S.C. 2,3,45 Intra- murals I,2,3,45 l.F.C. 45 American Chemical Society 2,3 CSec.-Treas.j 4. sqm .5::.: DENNIS BRANSOME NATURAL SCIENCES Pennsauken STEPHEN DAVID BRYEN SOCIAL SCIENCES Pennsauken Gleaner I,2,3 CEditorj5 Debate 25 Hillel 1,25 S.E.P. 2,3 QVice-Pres.j5 Pi Sigma Alpha 3,45 Student Tutor Society CPres.j 45 Mneme 4. QA W ANDREA JOSEPH BRANCO. JR. SOCIAL SCIENCES Camden Newman Club 45 Basketball 35 Tennis 3,45 L.S.C. 45 Intramurals 3,45 Ping- Pong 2,3,4. SONIA BUSH NATURAL SCIENCES Blackwood Ter. Delta Rho l,2,3 CVice-Pres.j 4 CPres.j. YUN hi' I 0403, , pf jnixq- tl if , ' , bv' X 5 ,- XIV BARBARA CHAMBERLAIN SUSAN LOIS CHERNIN THOMAS ALBERT CIMINO NATURAL sclENcEs Westville SOCIAL sclENcEs Pennsauken SOCIAL sclamces Maple Shade Debate 45 Hillel 2,35 Le Cercle S.A.M. 3,45 Newman Club l,2,3,4p Francais 3. K.S.U. 2,3,4. ROBERT JAMES COPPOLA SOCIAL sclENcEs Maple Shade Psychology Club 4. NINA SABINA COYLE HUMANITIES Grenloch Masquefeers l,2,3 CVice-Pres.j 4. KAREN K. CROSS HUMANITIES Oaklyn QHKL fl-1-Hp l JANET RUTH CUNNINGHAM NATURAL SCIENCES Maple Shade S.A.M. 15 Math Club 3,4. CMQTE JEROME DELAMATER HUMANITIES Paulsboro Mneme 45 Masqueteers 2,3,45 Canter- bury l CTreas.j 2, CVlce-Pres.j 3, CPres.j 45 Le Cercle Francais 2,3,4. THOMAS A. CUCINOTTA soclAl. SCIENCES Camden Student Council lp Class Officer CPres.j 15 Newman Club 1,25 Le Cercle Francais 1,25 Psychology Club 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. FREDERICK ANTHONY DiLORETO SOCIAL sc1ENcEs Haddonfield Class Office CTreas.D 3,45 S.A.M. 45 Newman Club l,2,3,45 Golf 45 K.S.U. 2,3 CTreas.j 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. Wy! w...,..2- in-v ROBERT W. DONZALSKI if 5-IV9 WILLIAM ROBERT DOVE NATURAL sciENcEs Collingswood NATURAL sciENcEs Vineland Hillel l,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4p Var- sity Club QSec.j 35 lnframurals l,2, 3,4. BARBARA S. ELDER HUMANITIES Merchantville ville u V 9 4x my WP .1 o iuijn' U C6 JAMES JOSEPH DRUDING sociAL sciENcEs Arco S.A.M. l,2,3,4g Newman Club l,2, 3,4. 5' C THOMAS LEANDER ETHERINGTON HUMANITIES Westville Gleaner l CEdiTorj 25 Profestant Fel- lowship 3,45 German Club l,2,3,4p Psychology Club 45 Alembic 2 QEdi- Torj 3. JAN ROGER EVANS soclAn. SCIENCES Haddonfield Student Council 2,35 Class Office CPres.j 2,3,4, Debate 2, S.A.M. 2, K.S.U. 2,3 CPres.j 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. ,,.-lr DENNIS JOHN FICCO soclAL sclemces Camden S.A.M. 4, Le Cercle Francasis I, Intra- murals I,2,3,4. ELLEN FENWICK NATURAL sc1ENcEs Morrestown Math Club 3,4. EDWIN B. FILER. JR. THOMAS J. FITZGERALD SOCIAL SCIENCES Woodbury SOCIAI, SCIENCES Vmeland Le Cercle Francais 3, S.E.P. CPres.j S.A.M. 4, Newman Club I 2 3 4 3,47 I.F.C. CPres,j 3, CSec.-Treas.j 45 Intramurals 3,4p Chairman of Greek Week 3. -li 6 gn---f Wo- 411-3... ARTHUR JOHN GAGER HUMANITIES Beverly Class Office CVice-Pres.D lg Debate 45 Masquefeers l CVice-Pres.j 2,3,4g Newman Club l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. DAVID GOODMAN NATURAL sclENcEs Camden Hillel lg American lnsfitute of Physics CPres.j 4. '13 KATHLEEN DEE GIBBS SOCIAL sclENcEs Haddon Heights S.A.M. 45 Masqueteers 4g Delta Rho lg Psychology Club 3,4. 5f RICHARD GEORGE GIGLIOTTI SOCIAL sclENcEs Camden S.A.M. l,2,3 QPres.j 4g Newman Club l,2,3,4. XX?-1-r LYNN GOURDIER SOCIAL SCIENCES Cherry Hill Mneme 35 Newman Club 2,3,4p Psychology Club 3,45 R.E.C. 2. DOLORES M. GRAN SOCIAL SCIENCES Haddonfield German Club 35 Psychology Club 2,3,4. A claQ 'fl H, MARY ELLEN GRAVES SOCIAL SCIENCES Pitman Chorale 2,35 Psychology Club 3,45 Cheerleader l. EDWARD WILLIAM GROAT LINDA MAY HABERERN HENRY A. HANCOCK. JR. NATURAL SCIENCES Bellmawr Park HUMANITIES Riverton NATURAL SCIENCES Thorofare K.S.U. l,2,3,45 Intramurals l. Mneme 45 Chorale 2,3,45 Protestant Fellowship 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Delta Rho 2. 1 gs ri lf.. is 5, S 13' BRIAN ARTHUR HARRIS ARLEEN SARRA HEDGE soclAL SCIENCES Haddonfield HUMANITIES Camden Class Office CTreas.j lp S.A.M. 2,35 Le Cercle Francais lp Delta Rho l. Psychology Club 3,-4. ROBERT W. HUNG NATURAL sclENcEs High1sTown American Physics Society. i, U2,Ell in is li ' ". V vu ,- 5 J 1 4.500 CQ MARGOT LORETTA HOLMES HUMANITIES Clemenlon Mneme 45 Newman Club l,2,3g Le Cercle Francais 1,25 Delia Rho l,2,4. 5, li H ll JOANNE JACOBS SOCIAL scuENcEs Camden Gleaner lg Hillel 1,2. JOHN A. JAREMA NATURAL sciENcEs Wakefield, Mass. Newman Club l,2,3,4, American Chemical Society, K.S.U. 4. JOYCE KAHANOFSKY HUMANITIES Camden Class Office CSec.j 3,4, Le Cercle Francais l,2,3,4, Spanish Club 4, Delta Rho l,4, R.E.C. 2, Sweetheart of K.S.U. 4. 9'7" my llgliii lll, W i all 25, lvl: gi .ls illl il ,.4.,..---Q7 BYRON JEFFERDS SOCIAL sciENc:Es Levittown Student Council 2, N.S.A. Represen- Taiive 2. ALVIN KATZ LINDA KAUFLER sociAi. sciENcEs Pennsauken HuMANmEs Camden Gleaner l,2,3, Masquefeers l,2. 'Ye y ?lllllt,1n,l.,gg 2, 'l Fl fil?glfygg,.. Q--'Q RICHARD SMITH KELLIS JACK H. KELLY LARRY RONALD KENTER socml. SCIENCES Gloucester NATURAL sclENces Erlton SOCIAL scremces Woodbury Debate 35 Newman Club l,2,3,4g Mathematics Club 3, CPres.j 4. Gleaner CCartoonistj l,2,3p Hillel Psychology Club CPres.j 3, QVice- l,2g S.E.P. l,2,3 QHlstorianj 4. Pres.j 4. MYRA SPILLER KERR SOCIAL sclENcEs Camden Hillel lg Science Club l. wnlffulhvf MARILYN G. KINNEY SOCIAL SCIENCES Oaklyn S.A.M. 2,3 CCor. Sec.j 45 Delta Rho l,2,3,4g Cheerleader 1,25 R.E.C- 2: Mneme. - ELIZABETH K. KLEIN sociA1. sclENcEs Collingswood PATRICIA S. LALLY sociA1. sciemces Pennsauken Psychology Club 3,4. Cla GLORIA LISSY HUMANITIES Bellmawr Student Tutoring 47 Newman Club I,2,3,47 Le Cercle Francais I,2 QSec.j, 3 CVice-Pres.j, 4 CPres.j7 Spanish Club 4. Qhwlowy. JOSEPH J. KOWALSKI SOCIAL sciENcEs Camden Chorale Aj Newman Club 1,2 CVice- Presj, 3 CPres.j, 4j L.S.C. 2, 3 CTreas.D, 4 CPres.Q7 Intramurals 3,47 S.A.M. 4. JAMES LORIMOR HuMAN1T1Es Collingswood X W EEA , lit :i '55 9 - W FRANCES ELIZABETH LUTNER BONNIE MacWlLLlAMS HuMANrr1Es Glendora i-iuMANiTlEs Wenonah Protestant Fellowship 3,45 Le Cercle Protestant Fellowship 3,45 Spanish Francais 45 Delta Rho l,2. Club 2,3 CTreas.j, 45 German Club 45 Sweetheart of L.S.C. 35 N.S.A. Rep. 2. ALBERT T. MAGLIANO socmi. scuemces Hammonton Student Council 2,35 Class Otticer CVice-Pres.j 2,35 Newman Club l,2,3,45 K.S.U. l,2,3 CVice-Presj, 4. 7? . . , W ,, V v Q ,f 9 15 .. W ,I gf? 1 U , bf, u 6.1, v A C J if ?"!l DIANE MacWlLLlAMS HuMAN1TiEs Wenonah Class Officer CSec.D 25 Gleaner 3,45 Protestant Fellowship 35 German Club l,2,3,45 Prom Queen 25 Sweetheart of S.E.P. 25 Freshman Handbook CEditorj l. l ffs,s JOHN VINCENT MAGUIRE socuA1. scismces Mt. Ephraim Student Council 35 Class Officer CVice- Presj 3,45 S.A.M. 3,45 Newman Club 1,2,3,45 K.S.U. 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Soccer 2,3,4. JOSEPH STEPHEN MANCUSO NATURAL SCIENCES Atlantic City Gleaner 2j Le Cercle Francais 2. ' T-if T fm fi 0f""q iii E.-"1" JOAN E. MARRITZ HUMANITIES Haddonfield Hillel 1,25 Spanish Club 45 Psychol- ogy Club 4. FRANK H. MARTIN CARMEN ANTHONY MARTINA WILLIAM J. McBRlDE, JR. SOCIAL SCIENCES Pennsauken NATURAL SCIENCES Haddon Heights NATURAL SCIENCES Camden Chorale 1,27 Psychology Club Newman Club l,2,3,4g L.S.C. l,2,3,4g Gleaner l,2,3f Mneme 2,35 American CTreas.j 3,-4. American Chemical Society 47 Intra- Chemical Society l,2,3 CPres.j 4. murals l,2,3,4. 23311, ., 5 Wt wr JAMES E. McGEARY JOHN W. McLAUGHLlN BERNARDA MARY MENALIS sociAi. sciENcEs Egg Harbor City NATURAL sciences Pennsauken NATurzAi. sciences Maple Shade Student Council CTreas.j 45 Debate Mathematics Society 4. Chorale 1,25 Newman Club 1,25 lp Newman Club 45 Le Cercle Fran- Delta Rho l,2,3,4 CCor. Secjg Delta cais l,2,3,4. Rho Queen 3. JOSEPH MEYER ,NATURAL sciENcEs Pennsauken Newman Club l,2,3,4g lntramurals l. RANDOLPH J. MILLER HUMANITIES Camden Student Council QPres.j 45 Gleaner QAsst. Editorj 3j Newman Club 2,3,4g Coordinating Council CCorres. Secj 4. C DAVID s. MoLoTsKY SOCIAL sc1ENcEs Camden Debate 4 CPres.Qg Rutgers Reporter i Mallee FLORY F. NATICCHIA SOCIAL scuemces Pennsauken Newman Club l,2,3,4g Baseball 1,25 L.S.C. 2. ROBERT WALTER OLKIEWICZ AARNE GEORGE ONNI HEINZ O. OSTERHOLZER SOCIAL sclemces Camden NATURAL SCIENCES Merchanfville NATURAL sclemces Mount Holly S,A.M. 3,45 Newman Club l,2,3,4. Masqueteers 2. gn-, ,VX We a,la I1 -9' ELAINE PALUSCI sociAi. sciemces Haddon Heights Newman Club l,2,3,4, Fencing l, Spanish Club 2,3, Psychology Club 3,4 QSecQ. JOHN JOSEPH PILIGNO sociA1. sciences Woodbury S.A.M. 2,3 CVice-Presj, 4, German Club 1. mg ji-515 '-un-F' DAVID W. PASCAL HuMANlTies Westmont Le Cercle Francais 3,45 Prom Com- mittee 2. 91 I f f x r ay' " f ly, M FRED PEARL NATURAL sciences Camden Soccer 1, American Chemical Society CVice-Pres.j 4. W lil r 4 rf" FRANK PIZZUTILLA 0 3 sociAi. sciences Mt. Ephraim S.A.M. 2,3,4, Newman Club 2,3,4, Prom Committee 2. GENE ALLEN RAMSBOTTOM NATURAL sciENcEs Collingswood Student Council 2, Nlasqueteers l, CTreas.D 2, Newman Club l,2,3, K.S.U. l,2,3,4, R.C.C. 2. 'S' STEPHEN MICHAEL ROBINSON FELICE G. L. ROVNER sociAI. SCIENCES Camden HUMANITIES Margate Hillel l, German Club i. CAROLYN RICHTER HUMANITIES Mt. Ephraim Student Council i, CRec. Sec.j 3, Gleaner 2, 3, Debate 1, Masqueteers ig Le Cercle Francais l,2,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Cheerleading l, N.S.A. 2. JANICE ROWAN HUMANITIES Oaklyn Student Council 4 CVice-Pres.jp Gleaner l,2, Mneme 4 CCo-Editorj, Newman Club 1,25 Debate 1,2 QPres.j, Le Cercle Francais 2, Delta Rho 3,4, Freshman Handbook 3,4 CEditorj. ,Wx illzl:iiiisEf5f?m i .P"" 'il' ' 435551 A.., L.,,LW,i 5 HAROLD RUFF JOSEPH J. RUSH SOCIAL SCIENCES Audubon SOCIAL sclENcEs Camden S.A.M. 3, Basketball 3, Tennis 3. S.A.M. 3,47 Newman Club l,2,3,4. JOYCE C. SACKER soclAL sclENcEs Levittown Mneme CAsst. Ed., Bus. Mgr.j 4, S.A.M. CRec. Sec.j 4, Newman Club 2,3,4, German Club 25 Delta Rho 2,3,4. JACK SAARSE NATURAL SCIENCES PEI"ll'lS6Ukel'1 Basketball 3,45 Math Club 3, Physics Club 3. HOWARD R. SANDLER NATURAL sclENcEs Wynnewood, Pa DANTE J. SARUBBI Q socml. sciences Camden T S.A.Nl. 2,3,4, Newman Club l,2,3,4, L.S.C. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3 Cla MARGARET LOVE SMITH SOCIAL sclENcEs Norristown, Pa. Psychology Club 3,4. STEPHEN SONSTEIN THOMAS JOSEPH SPINA GEORGE JOSEPH STILLWELL NATURAL SCIENCES Camden SOCIAL sclENcEs Camden soclAL sclENcEs West Berlin Hillel 1, Tennis lg German Club 1, S.A.M. 3,4, Newman Club l,2,3,4, Psychology Club 3,4. R.E.C. 2. Le Cercle Francais 1,25 K.S.U. 3,4. 4,3 liv' J Yi LA- F' bg! T. l-pn 'TY CARL L. STOINSKI SOCIAL scusmces Haddonfield S,A.M. 45 Newman Club 'l,2,3,4g Psychology Club 45 Student Lounge l,2,3,4. CAROLYN WEBER HUMANITIES Westville Athaneum 3,4g Protestant Fellow- ship l,2, CSec.j 35 Delta Rho l,2g R.E.C. l,2. FRANCIS JOHN THIEL THEODORE M. WARCHAL HUMANITIES Camden HUMANITIES Kirkwood Newman Club lg Spanish Club 4 Newman Cll-lb l,2,3,4- CPres.jg K.S.U. 3, CCor. Sec.D 45 ln- tramurals l,2,3,4. QW, tt-U tt,,Wt,,-t,t-tt- memm- scarf fo 4 ga fa fl W K, l ff? PATRICIA ANN WEBER HUMANITIES Collingswood Mneme 4 CCO-Editorjp Delta Rho 2,3,4. FRED JOSEPH WEIR, JR. SOCIAL sciENcEs Woodbury S.A.M. 2, CTreas.j 3,4. Gb! . 4T""5 lliriiilgflill. I I ALAN MARTIN WEISS NATURAL sc1ENcEs Merchanrville DOUGLASS ANDREW WELLS KATHLEEN M. WHITE ASHLEY GARR WILLIAMS NATURAL sciENcEs Camden HuMAN1'riEs Camden SOCIAL sclENcEs Somerdale S.A.M. Ig German Club If K.S.U. 35 Chorale I,2p Spanish Club CSec.D 3g Baseball 2j N.S.A. CTreas.j 2. American Chemical Society I. Delta Rho 2,3,4. TW ' iii" Sai W I I l New ' M 4 W ill ii? l ggi Q52 I wily l DAVID OWEN WILLIAMS NATURAL SCIENCES Paulsboro RAYMOND GEORGE WRIGHT SOCIAL SCIENCES Clayton S.A.M. 45 Protestant Fellowship I. U , ., I 1-13: ,-,e-,hx-.IH ALLAN D. WISE GARTH BENJAMIN WORRELL NATURAL SCIENCES Mt. Holly SOCIAL SCIENCES Maple Shade Student Tutoring lj S.E.P. CVice- Psychology Club 3,4. Pres.j 35 American Chemical Society. STEPHEN ALAN WRIGHT NATURAL SCIENCES Haddonfield Chorale 3, CVice-Pres.j 45 Soccer A. .7 4 3 JACK WILLIAM YACKER NATURAL SCIENCES Camden Hillel 4, Baseball 2, Tennis I, Mathe- matics Club. 'EV STEPHEN G. ZIMMER NATURAL SCIENCES Trenton Ciarjliar SIRAIK ZAKARIAN NATURAL SCIENCES W. Collingswood Chorale 1,2 CLibrarianj 3, Le Cercle Francais I, Delta Rho I,2,3,4. Graduating but not photographed: RICHARD W. DANIELS SOCIAL SCIENCES Haddonfield DONALD IANNARELLI SOCIAL SCIENCES Cherry Hill J. RUSSELL KNIGHT i-iUMANiTiEs Cherry Hill Chorale CBUS. Mariagerj 3, CVice-Pres.j 4, Spanish Club CPres.D 3,4, L.S.C. 2, CSocial Chairmanj 3,4. KATHLEEN E. LELLI SOCIAL SCIENCES Philadelphia, Pa. Le Cercle Francais CVice-Pres.j I, Psychology Club 4. VIRGINIA R. MOORE HUMANITIES Cherry Hill GEORGE CLARK RACE V NATURAL SCIENCES Camden JAMES SPINELLI NATURAL SCIENCES Westmont V M . 2 Q- -f - v e , if 'Y' J fd W 5-f x! Q W ' i LX ' ihe as Burgers Suns! 'M - W


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