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ADMINISTRATION Robert Edward Lee Strid er, Ernest Parker Johnson, Ralph Samuel Williams, Edward Hill Turner, Richard Nye Dyer, Jonas 0. Rosenthal, Arthur William Seepe, George Thomas Nickerson, Frances Fenn S eaman, Clifford Hazeldine O sborne, Kenneth P. Blake Jr., Florence Elizabeth Libbey, Richard Cary, Irving Gene Tollete, Earle Alton McKeen, William Alexander Macomber, Ellsworth Willis Millett, S idney W. Farr, George Edward Whalan, Helen Nichols, Harry R. Carroll, Gilbert F. Loebs, Walter K. Hall, Marguerite Chase Macomber, Millard Everett Trott, Florence N. Hamilton, Ian L. Robertson. FACULTY CREATIVE ARTS-Art I James Morton Carpenter, William B lackall Miller, Charles Ab­ bott Meader, Christopher Huntington. M u s i c I Ermanno F . Comparetti, Peter Joseph Re, Adel Heinrich, Dorothy Reuman. HUMANITIES-English a n d American Literature I Alfred King Chapman, Robert Edward Lee Strid er, Alice Comparetti, Rob ert Mark Benb ow, Patrick B rancaccio, John Hale Sutherland, Colin Edward MacKay, Irving David Suss, Floyd Celand Witham, Eileen Mary Curran, William Charles Wees, Peter Westervelt, Francis Xavier Mathews, How­ ard L. Koonce, Elizabeth F. Savage, Alexander Craig, Allan P . Green, Larry Sklute. E uropean Languages a n d Litera t ure I Jean D. Bundy, Richard Knowlton Kellenb erger, Philip S tewart Sither, Archille Henri B iron, Henry Holland, Henry Otto S chmidt, Fran­ cisco Antonio Cauz, John Kempers, David Tatem, Joseph Francis Caroll, Rob ert Stanley Cox, Wayne Maurice Judah, Gordon W. Smith, Karl C. Gregg, Ann H . Bundy. Classics I Peter Westervelt, Dorothy Koonce, Gertrude Malz, John S. Traill. B usiness Administra­ tion I Walter Henry Zukowski, Ralph S amuel Williams, Arthur William S eepe, Yvonne Richmond Fischer, Richard Phillips. Economics I Walter Nelson B reckenridge, Rob ert White Pullen, Leonard P. Fletcher. E d u cation and Psychology I James MacKinnon Gil­ lespie, Ernest Parker Johnson, Norman Swasey Smith, Paul Powers Perez, G. Dorin Zahner, Harry R . Carroll. His tory and Governm ent I Albert Anthony Mavrinac, Kemp Frederick Gillum, Harold Bradford Raymond, Clifford Joseph B erschneider, David Gor­ don B ridgman, George Elison, D onald S . Rothchild, Marvin G. Weinbaum. Philos ophy and Religion I John Alden Clark, Clifford Hazeltine O sborne, Robert Everett Reuman, Gustave Herman Todrank, Yeager Hudson, Plamthodathil S . J acob, Eugene Peters. Soci­ o logy I Kingsley Harlow B irge, Frederick Arthur Geib, Jonas D ettinger Rosenthal. NATURAL SCIENCES-B iology I Allan Charles Scott, Robert Lee Terry, Ronald B arnard D avis, Thomas William Easton. Chemi s try I Evans Burton Reid, Wendell Augustus Ray, Paul Ewers Machemer, Wilmon B la ckmar Chipman. Geology I Donaldson Koons, Charles F. Hickox, George I . Coleman. M athema t i cs I Wilfred James Combellack, Lucille Pinette Zukowski, Earl Austin Junghans, Homer T. Hayslett, Leo A. Whelan. Physics and A s tronomy I D ennison B ancro ft, Arthur Samuel Fairley, John M. Dudley, Fred B . O tto. A I R SCIENCE-Gerald H. Culp, Merritte P. Woodard, Walter J. B rooks, John M . Max­ well, John W . Parkes. ATHLETICS-Leon Palmer Williams, Janet Marchant, John Warde Winkin, Marjorie D u ffy Sither, Charles Edward Holt, John Boone Simpson, Kenneth T. Weinbel, Verne R . U l l o m , M a r c i e A n n W e i n b e l , S u s a n r. Mcferren , C a r l Nelson _

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STU DEN T GOVERN MEN T

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Seated: David Fearon, Dia n e Mattison, Bill Neil, Eric Spitzer, William Cottle. Standing: B arbara Howard, Holly Gower, A l fred DiMaio, Dick Gilmore, J ohn Perkins, Dave Parish, Rodney E . Gould, Paula MacNamera, Jan Wood.

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5FWtcd: Eric S p i t z r. Richard il mor ( Vic -Chairm n ) . John O 'Connor (Ch irman), George M rkley. Sta n d i n g: Laure nce Eckel (S cret r ) , Jim Bright. P ter Lardi ri, M i k Picher.

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MEN'S STUDENT ASSOCIATION

J. B i ther, D. Fearon, C. B rown, R. Nelson, R. Monbleau, F. Dunton, W. Tsiaras, S. B reese, B. Coady, B . Kidman, M. Metcalf, A. Haughton, W. Barbour, P. MacHale, I. Frutkoff, L. D ickinson, J. Ritter.

WOMEN 'S STUDEN T LEAGUE

Kneeling: Barry Clark, Jan Atherton, Corny Roberts, Donna Salisbury. Standing: Sue Mahoney (Vice President) , Shirley O 'Neal, Ardith Man ey, Virginia Morse ( President), Barbara S tanford, Birdie Tracy, Nat B owerman .

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INTER-FRATERN ITY COU N CIL

Row 1 Robert Eld r. Richard J o h n O'Sh a. Row 2: Phil K, , Lincoln Bate .

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ARN OLD AIR SOCIETY

C. Rabini, C. Currie, R. O sborne, M. Donaldson, R. Thomp son, W. Barbour, A. Grzelecki.

ECHO

James Quirk, Herb S wartz, Jan Wood, Dave Parish, Bar­ bara Howard, Randy Roady, Richard Lewis, Bill Neil, Pam Pierson, Jan B uffington, Derek Schuster, John Neuburger. Missi ng: Carol J ohnson, Chris B rown.

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COLBYETTES

Adora C lark, Carol Severence, B t h Adam • Kar n Fre i t as, Pat Berg, G i n ger Tra fton. Dian Burr, Jud Kol ligian. u Dagge t t , R u t h K 11 her. Con n i e Mid\ orth.

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/Jack Row: Na ncy Dod ge, Bob Koon . ) anne Mill Row: t e v Brook , Betty S u N I on, Vic P i nan M r J o Cala brese, Rus Monbleau.

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DELTA PI ALPHA

Seated: Janet Meyer, James Quirk ( S ec.-Trea s . ) , Adele Hodgkins ( Pres . ) , Gretchen Wollam. Standing: Alfred Kramer, Thomas Hopgood, Elfie Hinterkoph, Randy Roady, Gayle Lenz, Betsy Frazer.

PHI SIGMA IOTA

Philip Wiley, Carl Floyd, Tom Korst, Tim Cleghorn, B o b Young, Professor Otto, Professor D u d l e y , John Perkins, D r . Fairley, Dr. B ancroft, D r . Junghans.

S IG MA PI SIGMA

Seated: Margot Lutz, Shirley Clark, Candice Wilson, Nancy Godley, Diane Terry. St an ding : Susan Turner, Al DeMaio, Elfie Hinterkopf, Robert Young, B arbara Wise, Fran Holmes, Karen J a ffe.

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WOME N'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Seated: Miss Marchant, Carole B eers, J a n Jolicoeur, Carol Christy ( President) , Lynn Seidenstuecker, Andy B ear, Frances Calmes, Mrs. Either. Standing; Carole Rodgers, Jane Hunter, Kay Parker, Lin Poulsen, Ginny McClintock, Karen Sward, Judy Gerrie, Pat Carney, Donna Kievit, Cindy Paquet, Jan Brooks.

KATAHDIN COUN CIL

Marty Dodge, R a ll y Connors, Rob Elder, Al Throop, Bob Merrill, Carl Floyd, Kathy Haskell, J erri Hamilton, Kay Tower, R o d ger Andersen, Martha DeCou, Pam Cooper, Peter Anderson.

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OLBY COLLEGE BAN D OFFICERS 1964-1965 Pr id n l : Art Be eridge Vic Pr id ent: Gordon Bo\: ie S er l r . Cynn3 Jones Student Cond uctor: Rand H o lden Librarians: Debbie Cha e. Mary Gourley

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AUNT AGNES AND THE CRIPPLE The year my aunt brought Christ into the hills, raising the Stockbridge kids on catechism, she took compassion on a palsied boy whose gold-gray eyes, like some infertile girl's , held all , admitted none. His limp was delicate, she loved his diffidence. Summer noons under her Berkshire sun, his pallid limbs unfolding like a rose, they read Th e Marble Fau n together. Sometimes i f the clouds tittered, neither seemed to mind; Aunt with a laugh that spilled wistarias hustled him under the garden canopies. Nights by Lake Mackinac, symphonic crickets, o r else the real thing at Tanglewoodshe brought a picnic basket, afghan shawls . Horns ripening in t h e austere dark resounded in the winter of her bosom. At dinnertime they sipped the crystal claret from icy goblets that had long been empty; his feminine eyes wrought subm erged seductions The summer waned; her rose turned bronze and bearded, was strong enough to help her picking berries where crimson vines tossed prophetic torches, and Aunt began to fear. Like some assassin rehearsing his role, he s talked around the barn clearing the sedge from the old water troughs. She wondered if her Saviour ever thought a cripple could conceive the killing dagger. One day h e turned a shady knave; a youth off to the wars, sounding his peccable drum, he rose, picked up his bed, and walked away. Aunt never forgave. Turbulent visions still invade her dreams, the towering ferns i nsinuate against her aging flesh. F. X. Mathews

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THE OUTWA R D ISLANDS Along t h e ou t w a rd i s l a n d s o l d p ri e s t s sway i n p l ace: t h e i r u n i son awry, y e t locked in ra n d o m u n i s o n w i t h t h e w i ngslip d a r t of t e r n s ( s w i n g i n g o er t h e s a n d m u d d i e d b a y w a t e r a n d d ri i n g d o w n a t t h e i r ca t ch ) Aga i n s t a h e a d l a n d c o ďż˝ e r the beach roses And a keen edge of bright n ess, a sh a rp b l a d e of l igh t s l ides u ne a s i l y into i t s p l a ce i n t h e sku ll. A gree n h ea p o f d r u d ge ry ( a l o n g t h e o u t w a rd i s l a n d s ) i s c a s t a s h o re ; i n g l i t t e r i n g f a n cy t h e sea weed b u m p s b o a rd a n d ra i l . T h e d ri f t i n g g ro u p s w i th n o l o o k o f their own s m e l l like t u rpen t i n e and a i r, mixed w i t h the rot of d y i n g shellfish. Old p riests swa i ng, roc k l i k f ac s c h a n ging, in t h e slow way rocks c h a n ge, p a rt icle at a t i m e loosened by the w i n d a n d b l o w n h e a d l o ng, b o u l d e rs then, i n t o t h e b a red teeth of t h e s u rf, where o t h e r rocks h ave given over, o t h e r m i n i s ters con t e n t t h a t they be washed a n e w t h e d a y that comes a f t e r tom orrow. Th e re i s a whisper s u p e r i n t e n d s t h i s wrong headed, ou t w a rd p lace. There i s a gri t a n d r o a r o f t ri fl es h a n g i n g, execu led by t h e foa m . A n d a fra m e w o rk o f t im e's second: a m i n u t e a d u l th ood, when s t a rs t w i s t a n d a l l 's o u t o f sha pe, t h e m o o n d a n c i n g i n a s k y gone w ro n g, the p i l l o w figh t i ng s u n l o b b i n g i t s soft rays d o w n a l o n g t h e o u t w a rd i s l a n d s, wh ere t h e blade o f l igh t is d a rkest, brigh test, best; wh re the m i n d b re a k s o v e r i ts c o n f u s i n g m oods i n gre a t clapping b u rs t s o f sou n d l e ss ligh t . I a n Robertson

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LOVER S AND SAINTS ' Lo v e rs a n d s a i n t s who lose a l l sense of sel f so gla d ly, a re glad to get i t b a c k againt o hold at l e a s t a n i n di v i d u a l p a i n . . . ' The discre d i t e d t h e o l o g i a n s p o k e w i th a sad a n d d r u n k e n d i g n i t y , s t a re d i n h i s e m p t y glass. 'The only rea l saint o f the human race, ' he t o l d m e, 'was J ud a s. Al l t h e o th e rs were of God.' A lexa n der Craig Repri n t ed from Eigh t by E igh t, Jacara n d a P ress

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On the o u t s k i r t s of the C a p i tol, in a field of weeds I dwell i n a l i t t l e h u t . o t m a n n o r w i s p o f s m o k e t o b re a k t h e l o n e l i n ess: On l y the gods of m y s t ery a re n e a r. My o n l y neighbor is a l o n e l y p al a ce B el oved by m e n of o l d . S i c k a re t h e w i l l o ws, the b ro a d l o c u s t t h i n o f voice : I l o o k u p o n t h i s wood a n d l i s t e n to the sou n d ; Though books I loved a re close a t h a n d I t i s b u t e m p t y t h o ugh t w h i c h c o m e s to m i n d . Over t h e c l o u d s t h e b righ t m o o n comes­ Peering a t D a n g Sh a n in the m i s t . George Elison

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Yo u r words re m i n d m e of a golden a p p l e o r a magic l a mp, by s o m e l a d y h e l d i n a r t n o u e a u , w h e re s t ra igh t l i n es t w i s t a s e m a n a t i ng rays, a n d fragm e n t s o f t h e p i c t u re- the s u p p o r t i n g cas t­ d ri f t a n d d ra p e off a l l a rou n d t h e s i d e s . T a ke y o u r ' ords then, the words of a m o u t h ( m i n d, i f you m u s t) , a n d tea r t h e m b a re d o w n to l iga men t, t h o rn, a sh a n d bo ne ; a n d w a t c h t h e m g l a re t h e re, y e l l o\ -ey d . cowering a I i t t l e a n d a I it t l e fierce y e t ' i ld e r t h a n a l l th fra m nts i n your bra i n .

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POE M S k i r t a b o u t the chapel d o o rs Where o n l y keyholes off er ven t A n d s t a c k s of robes a n d k n e l i ng-s t o o l s M a k e t h e i r conscience-bold com m e n t Free to fo rce th rib- b o n e l oc k A n d w a n d e r i n a m o n g the s o u l s Of b l o o d i e d p r i e s t s a n d b l o a ted m o n k s, To sleep i n u rn s a n d b a t h e i n ch a l i ces And o t h e r con secra ted bowls. But n o w you s t agg r i n the s t re e t A n d f e a r t o ro u t t h i s sacred joi n t I n y o u r cru d e h a b i t, y e t d i s cree tTh ere t o p a u se, and se l f-a n n o i n t W i t h d u s t a n d b r i n e y o u r s u c k l i n g jaws.

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Look d o w n O v e r the s m o o t h s t o n e s To the g r e e n w a t e r. Watch i t writhe A n d s h u d d e r, Drop a n d rise. Li ke a chest b re a t h i n g I n a n d out. Wa tch a g a i n The s l o w l i f t Of the g ree n living w a l l Towering 0 er u s ; The s t o n es, A n d t h e l i m p seaweed fingers on the edge. Face i t And trem b l e W h i l e the wa ters crash And b u rst i n wh i te ness Over all the s t o n es, We t t i n g you r feet w i t h b r i n e¡ S a l t sea- t e a rs Shed i n fru s t r a t i o n Th a t y o u s ta n d t h e re wa rm, o t swept a w ay In to the cold g ree n, B re a t h i n g, Devo u r i n g, Res t l ess a n d h u n gry sea.

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Fron t Row: B i l l John Kreidweis, Leighton, B ruce Manforte. Back

Snow, Ken Reed, Paul B rown, Ken Stone, Mike Knox, Captain B ruce Waldman, Bill Lippincott, Bill Cottle, Pete Wagner, Sal Row: Arnie Repetto, Lenny Nelson, Jim

Larouche, Kim Miller, Ed Phillips, Dave Lowell, Gary Ross, Jay Gronlund, Dick Aube, Pete Lardieri, Coach John Winkin.

The 1964 Colby varsity baseball season was highlighted by the winning o f the 1964 Maine S tate Series championship and the Rollins College Invi­ tational Tournament. Another highlight of the season saw Sal Manforte, sophomore second baseman, named to the College Division All-American team, as well as the 1964 All New England College Baseball Team. Captain B ruce Waldman won honors on the second All New England College team . Captain-elect Ken Reed won the S tate Series batting title with a .520 bat­ ting average for S tate Series competition. Pitcher Ken Stone, catcher Mike Knox and center fielder Ken Reed, along wih Captain Bruce Waldman and Sal Manforte won places on the All-Maine team. Without question, one of the great thrills for the Colby Mules was com­ peting in the Rollins College Invitational Tournament in Florida and emerg­ ing as champions of that Tournament. The Mules surprised such vaunted opponents as Davidson, Duke, and Rollins with their alert all-around play . The title draws an automatic return invitation for the 1965 season. Once again the Mules ranked as one of the leading New England powers during the regular season but faltered in their final games of the season when it appeared certain that the team was due for post-season competi­ tion. All-American Sal Manforte led the team in nearly every department of play, hitting a phenomenal .400 for the entire season. Shortstop Billy Leighton hit .351, Captain Bruce Waldman .338, outfielder Pete Wagner .333, and center fielder Ken Reed .324, leading the batting attack. Ken Stone was Colby's most effective pitcher pitching the Mules to the S tate Series title with three vital Series wins. Following the season's competition, catcher Mike Knox was signed to a professional contrac t by the Milwaukee B raves. -Coach Winkin

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Row 1: Robert Hayden (Mgr.), Charles Crocker, Richard Kain, John B ailey, Thomas Rippon, Al Crosby, James Ritter, B ernie Finkle, Coach Weinbel. Row 2: Robert McLarty, Fred Clasquin, B ruce B arker, Chris Balsley, Frank Cormia, Clint B aer, Sol Hartman, Fred Hopengarten, B ernard B oukar. Row 3: Rober t Aisner, J e ff Goodwin, R ob ert Whitson, R o b e r t Comstock, Ken B orchers, Russell D i x o n , David Elliott, Richard Kuchar.

The Colby Winter Track program produced one of the finest showings that the Mules have made in many years. The freshmen, who also partici­ pated in varsity meets, came through with a flaw­ less 3-0 season, d efeating the Bates JV's, 77-33; Hebron Academy, 53-24; and Lewiston High, 8330. The varsity Mules finished up their season with a 603'-3-43.J..) win over Boston State College. They also downed the University of Maine at Portland, 34-20, while losing to Bates (88-25) and Tufts (6548). Many records were set as Colby served notice that it was back in the business of winning track teams. Among the varsity records set by coach Ken Weinbel's young crew were: Ken Borchers-1000 Yard Run-2:22.1 Bob Aisner-High Jurnp-6'3.W' (breaking a 23 year-ol d m ark) Bob Whitson-Shot Put-49'6" Freshman Records included: Dave Elliott-600 Yard Dash-1:16.1 Ken Borchers-1000 Yard Run-2:22.1 Bernie Finkle-Mile Run-4 :34.8 Bob Aisner-400 Yard High Hurdles-0:05.4 Bob Aisner-40 Yard Low Hurdles-0:05. 2 Bob Aisner-High Jurnp-6'3.W' Bob Whitson-12 lb. Shot-54'1"

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Thorn Rippon-50 Yard Dash-0:05.8 Aisner ended up as the top overall s corer for the Mules with a total of 65 points in eight meets entered . Second was Bob Whitson with 48 in ten meets, while third place in individual scoring went to Ken Borchers with 41Yi points in nine meets. As far as invitational meets went, Colby again fared well. On December 12, a Blue and White Two Mile Relay team composed of Borchers, El­ liott, Finkle, and Hartman took third in that event at the Amherst Relays. In the BAA meet in Janu­ ary, Frank Cormia placed third in the Broad Jump and Bob Whitson fifth in the Shot Put, while at the Philadelphia Inquirer Garnes, Colby placed third in its heat in the Frosh Mile Relay. An outstanding performer all year was fresh­ man shotputter Bob Whitson. In the M.l.T. Invita­ tional, he threw 49'2". Later in the season, in the Bates m eet, Whitson threw his record-breaking 49' 611• At the U. S. Track and Field Federation Cham­ pionships at Orono, Whitson again won the shot, Barker placed third, and Borchers, Finkle, and El­ liott set their distance records. Bob Aisner was third in the hurdles, Walt Young won the High Jump at 6', and Frank Cormia was third in the Broad Jump.


S P R I NG T R A C K

Ro� 1 Bruce Barker, K e n n y Astor. I e Balbus. john Tarasie\ icz. Bob Tripp, Fran F i n izio. j oh n P rkin , Craig Little, Coach Weinb 1. Row 2: Saul Hartman, Har\'ey H ler. Die G i l more. Erik Thorson, le\' Freyer, Bob Comstoc , Bob Ch urchill, Chri Balsle "

Jim Ritter, Ass't Coach O l n e Wh ite. Row 3: Jack D mond, Jim Vaugh n, Dick H urd, Pete Saari, John Carvel la , Ge p S i m mo nds, Brad Coady. Pete Farnum, Dav Woole .

Colby Col lege Track a n d Fi ld fore s con t i n u e d t o m a k e p rogress i n t h e i r r b u i l d i ng p rogra m . In­ d ivid u a l perform a n c s, al t i m es, wer ou t s l a n d i n g a s n u m ero u s n e w c o l l e g r c o r d s \i re s t ab­ l i shed. L a t e season i n ju ries p re en ted th Mul C i n d e rmen from scori ng h igh r i n t h e Ch a m p i o n­ ship meets. S te e F r e y e r a n d Chris B a l sley led the Frosh i n t o t a l scori ng fo r the year. Freyer h a d a m e e t t o t a l o f 23 p o i n t s . D i c k G i l m o re, a fi n e s o p h o m o re ju m p e r, was a w a rd d the B ixler ward as Col by's o u t s t a n d i n g lra c k m a n . D i c k was a l so el cted Cap­ tain f o r the 1965 seaso n . T h e fol l o w i n g reco rds were s e t by t h e 1 9 4 team:

Dick G i l m o re, Hop S t e p J u m p Ch ris B a l s l ey, 440 I n term e d i a t e Hurdles B ru ce B a rker. Sh o t P u t I ke B a l bus, ile J o h n Carve l l a s . H a m mer

All Time Vars i t y I n door Records Chris Balsl y. 40 y d D a sh B ru e B a r k r, Sh o t P u t F ra n F i n izio, 4 5 y d Dash

All Time Frosh Records Chris B a lsley, 330 In termed i a t e H u rd l e s o l H a rlman, 880 Frey r, 120 yd High H u rd l es Ste S t eve Fr yer, Hop S tep a n d J u m p

Aii Time Frosh Indoor Records

All Time Colby Varsity Records

Chris B a l sley, 40 y d Dash Chris B a l s ley, 40 yd High Hurdles Chris B a lsley, 65 y d High H u rd l e s

Dick G i l m o re, Hop St p J u m p Chris B a l s l ey, 440 I n t rm e d i a t e H u rd l e s

Colby Vars i ty Severn Field Records

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V ARSI TY GOLF 1964

VARSITY GOLF COLBY 7 6)/i

OPP. Boston University 0 Tufts Un iversity Yi 5),-2 Brandeis University 1)/i State Series (Based on match points, stroke points and medal p lay) Bowdoin 78 Univ. of Maine 69 Bates 40 Colby 29

VARSITY GOLF, S PRING 1964-Captain John McNabb, Jim Mutrie, Dana Abbott, B i l l O'Donal, Keith Robbins, Allan Post, Coach Charlie Holt. Absent: Captain-elect Bud Marvin.

FRE SHMAN GOLF 1964

2 1 1 1

FRESHMAN GOLF B ow doin College Univ. of Maine B o w d o in College Univ. of Maine

4 4 4

FRESHMAN GOLF, S PRING 1964-Coach Charlie Holt, Bob Stevenson, Kurt Swenson, Ron B oothby, B i l l Post, Chalmers Hardenb ergh, Carroll Erickson.

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V A R SI TY TENN IS 1964

RD PRI IS R E VAR ITY TE COLBY 6 B ra n d eis Univ r Hr

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U n i . o! M a i n Tufts U n i rsil B a t s olleg w H a m pshire U n i . of B o w d o in Coll g Ba tes oil g • Bowdoin Coll g Univ. of M a in e

FRESHMAN TENN I S R ECORD S P R I N G 1964 COLBY O PP. 5 H ebron Academy 4 9 Wa terville H i gh School 0 6 Bowdoin Frosh 6 K e n t s Hill School 3 8 Univ. of Maine Frosh 1 5 Brunswick High School 4 9 St. Dominic High School 0

1 EH O PP.

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FRESHMAN SOCCER

Row 1: John Bailey, Johnathan McCormack, Richard Beddoe, Alan Gray, David Manning, Steve Zwei­ b aum, Ken Young, J a n Volk. Row 2: Prof Kempers, Coa ch; Issa Karsheh, Bruce McDonald, Peter Hobart,

Peter Frizzell, Jonathan Smith, Bob True, Greg Nel­ son, Nathan Woodruff, Alan McWhirter, Jerry S enger, Ken Francis, Bob Koons, Reed Harman, Jim Sand ler, Jeff McCabe.

FRESHMEN COLBY 2

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OPP. Hinckley Kents Hill B owdoin Hebron (postponed) M.C.I.

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VARSITY SOCCER 1964

Rol 1: Myles D e n n y - B ro\ n, Bob Lewis. Buck} S m ith, Al Post, Dave Kel le} ( Ca p t ain). Arnold Repetto, Tim H i l l , Pete Ives. Row 2 Jim Qui rk, m gr., John Cooper, Cha l m ers H a rdenburgh. Bri n Schac l r.

bou S ·Ila, Cha rles McLenn a n . Da e Watt erson, Terr Eagle, R ick Zimmerman, Fran Finizio, Mac Donaldson. Ha rve H !er, B i l l Walker, Larry Bailey, Brad Coad , John Winkin (Coach).

The key to th e success o f this squ a d was the fact that the M u l es were a b l e to employ efficiently two l i nes offensive l y and two d e fensive l y pro­ tected by the fi n e a l l- a ro u n d p l a y o f g o a l i e B ra d Coa d y , fu l l backs B ucky S m ith a n d B i l l W a l ker, h a l fback Charlie McLe n n a n and Terry Eagle a n d T i m H i l l . G r a d u ati n g sta r Pete I e s w a s also s i n­ gled out for h is most effective a l l -a ro u n d p l a y . -Coach Winkin

The Col by va rsity soccer tea m a g a i n " as o n e of the l e a d i ng soccer powers i n ew E n g l a n d com­ p i l i n g a 9- w i n , 2-lo s a n d 1-tie record and success­ f u l l y reta i ni n g th e i r State Series title w ith a rec­ o rd of 5 w i ns a n d 1 tie. Capta i n Dave K e l l e y won 11-American H o n o r­ a b l e Mention H o n o rs a n d was n a med to the first tea m A l l T e w E n g l a n d S occer Tea m . Fo u r M u l es g a i n ed A l l M a i n e soccer h o n o rs: sophom ore B rad C o a d y, goa l i e; senior "Bucky" S m ith, f u l l back; jun­ i o r Terry Eagle, h a l fback; a n d senior D ave Ke1le y , l i n e m a n. H a l fback C h a r l i e McLe n n a n a n d l i n e m a n Abou Sylla a n d Pete I ves gained secon d tea m honors. Capta i n D a e K e l l e y was a w a rd e d the G i l be rt "Mi ke" Loebs Most Va l u a b l e P l a y e r A w a rd . Rick Zim m e rm a n a n d Terry Eagle a re Co-capta i ns e l ect for the 1965 soccer seaso n . Abou Sy lJa won the 1964 State Seri es i n d ivi d u a l scoring tit! w ith 5 go a ls a n d 3 assists. Capta i n Dave K e l l e y l ed the State i n goals sco r d w ith 6. Capta i n K e l l e y led the sco r i n g w i th 12 goals a n d 4 assists for the seaso n . A bo u Syl la f o l l o wed w ith 11 goals and 3 assists, a n d h a l fback Co-capta i n el ct Terry Eagle h a d 7 g o a ls and 1 assist.

VARSITY COLBY

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O PP. Springfield College Babson I ns titute Univ. of Rhode Island B randeis U n iversity Boston U niversity Norw ich Univ. U n i v . of Maine Bowdoin College B a t es College Univ. of Maine Bowdoin College Q.T. B a t es College Tie

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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 1964

Row 1: S. King, P. Powell, R. McCarty, J. Nishijima, F. Mil ler, P . Roy, C. Keenan, D. Libby. Row 2: J. Murphy, T. Allison, C . Armstrong, J . Kechejian, P. Swett, G . Eggleston, G . Brennan, G. Smith. Row 3: M. Riddell (Ass't Coach], C . Holt (Back Coach], R.

Mansfield, M. B e nj amin, J . Amarsakis, R. Whitson, R. Habeshian, C . Hely, C. Glickman, J . Jambriska, R. Kuchar, A. Palmer, J . Jabar, V. Ullom (Head Coach], D. Thomp son (Mgr.].

FRESHMEN COLBY 6 12 14

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O PP. B ridgeton Academy Univ. of Maine B owdoin

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VARSITY FOOTBALL 1964

H alvorson, J. D smond, J. Coriell, B. Tynne, J. Carvellas, B . Loveday, G. B u l l i s, L. O'Con nor, P. Blumentha l, B . Com­ stock, P. Wagner, S. Sm ith, B. Barker, C. Holt (Coach), J . S i m p son ( Head Coach) . Row 4 : D . Heend, T. Boghosian , H . G raff, J . B rowning, P . Farnum, B . K imball, D. Aube, V . Surabian.

Row 1: G. Kay, J. Lambert. H. Hagopi a n , J. O'Shea, F. Battaglia, T. Radley. D. A ronson, J. B ither, G. Scotti ( M gr.). Row 2: D. Wilson, D. G i l more. K . Bryan. P. Parkerton, G. Ross, D. Cutler (Ca ptai n ), D. bbott, K . Orslendorf. B. Hedge, J . Cookson, K . M i ller, P. MacHale. Row 3 . V. Ullom (Coach), K. Weinbel ( Coach). Carl el son (Tra iner), B .

Colby 20-18. The M u l es h a d fought back from a 14-0 deficit, on the strong right arm of B i l l Lo e­ d a y, to take a 18-14 l e a d . Lo eday tossed 6 poi nt­ e rs to H e rb O' eil a n d George Kay, but sopho­ m o re f u l l back Bob K i m ba l l gave Colby the big pu nch w i th his slash i n g runs, i nc l u d i n g a T . D . j a u n t of 40 ya rds. Victo ry fi n a l l y came to Colby i n th e h a r d - fough t g a i n sopho m o re B i l l Love­ Trin ity game 14-13. day proved to be the offensive spa rk as h e passed we l l a n d a lso scored the w i n n i ng two touch­ d o wns. Tra d itional Bowdoin co m b i n e d speed and pass­ i n g to d e f eat Colby in the Stale Se ries ope ner, 326. Pete F a r n u m put Colby o n Lhe sco reboard b y t a k i n g B i l l Lav d ay's screen pass a n d spri nting 16 ya rds to pay d i rt. M a i n e's B l ack B e a rs a lso had too m uch m a n ­ power a n d speed for th e Wh ite M u l es a n d they c o m b i n ed this i nto a 42-7 w i n . Col by's Dick Aube proved to be a "On e man gang" w ith h is aggressive p l a y and sco red the o n l y Col by T.D. on a 42 y a rd pass play from B i l l Love d a y . A Bates 23-6 w i n e n d e d th e M u l es' seaso n w ith a 1-7 reco rd. In m a n y respects it w as a d isappo i nt­ i n g seaso n, but the Colby e l even w as stu d d e d with m a n y soph om ores a n d ju n i o rs a n d th i ngs sh o u l d sh i n e b righte r when n ext fa l l rolls a rou n d . Pete Wagner, a ju n i o r, w a s el ect d t o the "Al l M a i n e Team" a n d proved to be a n outsta n d i ng player. At the b reakup d i n n e r, Captain D ave Cut­ l e r tu rned over the reins to Capta i n El ct Pete Wagner and wished him and th e te a m w e l l for 1965 .

V A R S I TY COLBY

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6 7 6

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43

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Th e 1964 footb a l l season wasn't a successful one from a won a n d l ost sta n dpoi nt, but th Wh ite M u l es gave th e i r fans some g reat th rills in m a n y of the contests. The o rwich C a d ets spo i l e d the Colby ope n e r b y co m i n g f r o m behind with 3 last qu a rte r T . D .'s agai nst a tiring M u l e eleven to win 43-19. J u n i o r Jim Lam bert, t h e Col by offe nsive threat, scored 2 touch d o w ns on passes from B i l l Love d a y a n d Kim 1iller. A strong Coast G u a rd e l even shot out C o l b y i n t h e secon d g a m e 22-0. A l l o f t h e G u a r d er's poi nts were sco red via the a i rways, as the stu bborn Colby fo r w a rd wall conta i n e d th e i r grou n d game. The vaunte d Tu fts g ro u n d attack p roved to be as strong as predicted , ro l l i n g th e J u m bos to a 4312 win in Col by's h o m e open e r . The o n l y bright spot in th e d a y , was B i l l Loveday's two touch­ d o w n tosses to Speedy J i m Lambert, with o n e cove ring 8 6 y a rds. upset Mule Spri ngfield's G y m n asts spo i l e d hopes b y sco ring o n the fi n a l 6 seco nds to top

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FRESHMAN HOCKEY 1964- 1965

Manager Ira Cooke, Greg Eggleston, Ken Mukai, Don Ramsey, Ted Allison, Ray Hodgkins, B o b Waldinger, Bill Henrich, Rich H ab e sh ian, Pete Frizzell, Mike Self, Greg

COLBY B o ston College Bowdoin 9 3 Waterville High School Waterville High School Lewiston High 5 Kents Hill B ri d gton Academy 4 D ix field 14 St. Dominic 9 Hebron Academy 6 Edward Little 11 Lynnfield 9 B owdoin 6 Exeter O M a n a ger Ira Cooke Assistant J o h n Neuberger Coach John Simpson Won 11 Lost 3 Tied 0

Nelson, Spen cer Sullivan, Skip Fucillo, Robert Hughes, Coach Simpson.

OPP. 7 2

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VARS ITY HOCKEY 1964- 1965

Row 1: M a n a ger Wa ne Wint rs. Mik Cull n, Peter L , B il l Oates, Captain B ruce Davey. Larry S wler, Roland elson. Morneau, H a rvey Hyler, Le Po t t r, Tra iner Carl Row 2: Freshman Coach J ohn S i m p on. K n Ma , Brad

Coad" Pet Win tanley, Paul Cronin, B ill Snow, Terry Eagle, John Wood, Da e J ohnson, Mike Picher, Richard Lemieu . Cha rli McLennan.

The 1964-65 C o l by Hockey learn comp! ted th season " i t h a 6-16 w o n - l o sl record . I n t h e EC C t e a m d ivision s C o l b y finish d in lh i rd place be足 h i n d M i d d l e b u ry a n d o rwich. O u t s t a n d i ng per足 fo rma nces were seen i n t h pre-Chri s t m a s B o s t o n C o l l ege game a n d t h e fi n a l 7 - 4 vic to ry w i t h B o w d o i n . Team l i n e-up t h i s season w a s a s fol足 l o ws: Go a l i e s-S a w l e r. Po t t er Defensernen-Wood, Lem ieux, orneau 1s t Li n e-Oa tes, S n o w, Da ey 2 n d Li ne-Lax, W i n s t a n l ey, McLen nan 3 rd Line-Picher C ro n i n, H y l e r 4 t h L i n e-Coa d y, J o h n s o n , E a g l Bruce D a vey, ra n k i n g w i th t h e g r e a t C o l b y For足 w a rd s o f the past, cap t a i n ed t h i s year's t eam, compi l i n g a total o f 37 po i n t s . A t t h e a n n u a l hockey d i n n e r t h e fo l l o w i ng a wa rd s w r e m a d e: M o s t Va l u a b l e P l a y r (E l l sworth M i l l e t t wa rd) -Bruce D avey

VARS ITY HOCKEY COLBY 4

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Most Improved Play r ( orman Walk r A w a rd) -P ter Wi n s t a n l y Capt a i n El c t- h a rl e s McL n n a n S u cc s s f o r n e x t y a r's t e a m w i l l depe n d l a rge l y o n a s u b s ta n t i a l i n crease i n t e a m effort, con t i n u d improv rne n t in o u t s t a n d i n g sopho m o r s D i c k L m i ux n d J o h n W o o d , a n d t rong con t r i b u t i o n f r o m a b t t r t h a n av r g fres h m a n c l a s .

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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1965

Row 1: S. Ford [Mgr.), J. Jabar, M. McGuire, K. Fogel, C. Armstrong, D . Morrie, J . Hannon, J . Leopold. Row 2: T. Hunter, D. Juda, J. Ruhr, W. Young, A. Palmer

(Mgr. ) , J. Bubar, J . Palombo, V. Ullom (Coach) . Miss­ ing: J . Caplice, R. Colby.

FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1964-1965 COLBY 107 78 82 72 80 97 86 87 93 79 73 92 92 70 80 64

Winter Harbor Naval Air S ta tion Bates College Frosh Thomas College Univ. of Maine Frosh Thomas College Maine Central Institute B ridgton Academy Bowdoin College Frosh Maine Central Institute Univ. o f Maine in Portland B a tes College Frosh Thornton Academy South Portland High S chool Winslow High S chool Univ. o f Main.e Frosh Bowdoin College Frosh

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VARSITY BAS KETBALL 1964-1965

E. Beaverstock, C Eck. C. Erickson, J . Steve n s (C p l a in), P . Sch\ a rtz, K . Actor. S to n di n : L. Williams (Coach), J Dunn, E. B erub . K. B ro\I n· ing. P. H a 1gis, R. Da is, R. Valli re, V. Ullom (As 'l Coach).

S e a t ed·

VARSITY B A S K ETBALL 1 64-1965 CO LBY 77 u. . H . 77 Brown U . Bat s 6 79 A.LC. 51 I on a C. H o f tra U . 61 84 M.J.T. U.S. Coa t G u a rd Ac d m y 79 60 U n i v. of M a i n 54 Boston Coll ge 72 Am herst 72 A um ption (i5 Bo ton U n i versity 86 North st rn 69 St. Mich l's 5 Bowdoin 71 Springfield 95 Br nd is Univ. 07 Bates 80 Trin ity 78 Tu fts 58 U n i v. of M i n e 74 Bowdoin

O P P. 61 82 72 72 6 89 72 68 63 84 69 76 77 70 87 4 72 64 68 78 66 65 68

We finished t h is y e a r w i t h a 12 a n d 12 reco rd and act u a l l y for th seco n d t i me in m y 19 y e a rs he re, we d i d fin ish lower t h a n second, bea t i n g o u t Bowdoin f o r t h i rd p l ace i n the Leagu e . M a i n e was the cha m p i o n . Alth ough they beat us 63-60 and 65 58, this yea r's t am was o n e of the most cou ra­ g ous we have eve r h a d . Pe te S w a r tz, sco red 504 p o i n ts a n d grabbed 360 poi n ts to become the first Ju n i o r in Col by a n d S t a t e of M a i n e h istory t o scor o e r 500 painl s a n d t o beco m e t h e seco n d 1 a d i n g rebo u n d r i n C o l b y h istory. I n a d d i t ion, Swartz h a d 30 the last n ight o f the season fo r a n i n d i i d u a l g a m e rebo u n d a n d received t h e cove t e d Lafl u r M o s t Va l u a b l e P l a y e r Award f o r 1965 . H e w a s e l c t e d C a p t a i n o f t h e 1965-66 season a n d ca pped a l l this by b e i n g selected on the AP A l lew Engl a n d Tea m . K e n Astor rece ived t h e Ted S h i ro Most I m­ proved Awa rd a n d r e t i r i n g C a p t a i n John Stevens won the Free Throw A w a rd by h i t ti n g 75°/o of h is cha nces. Six o f the eight l e t t e r m e n w i l l be r t u rn i n g for n xt y e a r's tea m i nc l u d i n g C a p t a i n Swartz, Ken As tor, P e t Jla igis, B o b Davis, Woody B e ru be, Rog r Va l l i re. R t i ri n g ca p t a i n John S t vens a n d Ch a rl i e E c k w i l l gra d u a t .

-Coach William

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Dorean Corson Sue B arden Charlotte Killam Jill Long Nancy Abbott

Seated:

Elizabeth Drinkwine Ardith Maney Cecily Smith Standing:

Elizabeth B ridges Pamela Wheeler Glenda Gerrie Cynthia Paquet

Olive Niles Sharon Mortimer Laurie Hunt Anne Swett Virginia Mcclintock Jessie McGuire

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AL P H A DELTA PI The g o l d e n lion o f Alpha D e lta P i roa red loudly t h is y e a r . At our a n n u a l A l u m n a e Ch ristmas B a nquet, t h e upperclass p l ed oes m ysti fied us a l l by " i mpo rti n g " Sa nta C l a us. Febru­ a ry 's ci rcus b rough t us t h i rteen w o n d e r f u l p l edges. As usu a l t h e Sch o l a rship B a nquet w a s a great success, but the most excitin g e ent o f th e y e a r was the 50th a n n i e rsary of o u r chapter. Ou r a l u m n a e a n d m a n natio n a l o ffice rs isited Colby for our b i rthday pa rty Ma 15 t h . W h at a re o u r prospects for n e xt y e a r? "Al l t ogeth e r, all togeth e r gi e a h e a rt roa r . Com on, and l o u d e r n o \ , l e t 's roa r o nce m o re.'' Violets a n d a l ast fond roar to o u r \I o n d rful n i o rs: M a r n i e-th e o l d Greek ' i n g l e a d e r . h o u rs a ickie-th e o n l y g i r l " e k n o v " ho can sl ep l\ l d a y a n d \ a ke up e b a usl d . B . G .-Big mother Mars -Mars , o u r m a n - a ting-popco r n . C i n n y-Bo w d o i n ? her 's t h a t, C y n f u l ? Ch risty-Crysta l J a n e-sh 's a cott prod uct . D i d o u say

Kleenex ???

Lou ise-who d eveloped thi y e a r a p nch a n t for sl b athtu bs. e r ry-"You g u s- we'r rea l l y g rea t ! " Jil l-" Co ffee, F re d ? " " i ht as " eU-ca n 'l d a nce ! "

ping i n

OT P ICTU RED : Marian Hale C n t hia Jones Louise MacCubre M rrill Barker Judith Gerrie Judith Wh ipling J u d i t h Lopez Geraldi n e Randall J a n t Ca rpen ter Linda Jones Elai n e Fencer Jane H u n ter Ga l e Pollard Jane Farnham Deborah Chase Judith Jones Elizab e t h Luce Nancy Johnson Na ncy H eilm a n

N ancy Wilcox K a t h y Denehy Carol Ch risty Vivian Bauer Karen Riendeau Clemence Ravac;:on V irginia Morse

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Back Row : Barbara McGillicuddy, Leslie Sutherland , B onnie Darling, P a m Harris, Jan e Macia. Seated: Pam Plumb.

Semicircle : Ann McMichael, Judy Mosedale, Diane Mason, Pat Carney, Shelia Gourley, Sue Callahan, Carol R o d gers. Seated, Upper Left and Right: Bar­ bara Monahan, Julie Wentzel l .

Back Row : Lynn Seidensteucker, Pam Cooper, Penny Lynch, Carole B etterley. Front Row : Marge Mignory, Deborah Terrio, Gail Robbins.

Margo B each, Janna Vaughn, Carol B eers, Linda B u ckheim, Meg Fallon, Sue Friehofer.

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CHI OMEGA Si ty-fi e h a s arri ed. so it's time for the 65'ers to s a y good - b y e . It's comp l i m e, a n d a l l through M a ry Low n ot a Chi-0 is stirri ng-n ot e en a P l u m b . o psych osom atic s y mpto m s h e r e . P a m h a s fou n d a n a ntidote t o C a r e y h o m e . S a l i s ta k­ i n g bio a n d s tu d y i ng the a n i m a l s-especia l l y B e a rs . Th e re's h a r d l y a trace o f Tracy i n h e r green ch i ffo n . a rgo i s o n a grape fruit d i et having m a d e a d i s h of Lamb Chops. P n n y B issles t o B oston f o r B u d . fter s e n s m es­ ters, McG i l l has d ecided to ch a nge the i m a g . Betsy is rea d i ng s uccess s lo ri s a n d l e a r n i n g to become a w h e e l e r d e a l e r. Stress w i l l b with Katie G ibbs n e l y e a r-i f no o n e b e lt r co m e s a l o n g . May th e good Lo rd bless a n d keep J o h n w riti n g to a nce from F ra nce.

Martha P i l l i n g. Ca t h McMa nus, orli ng. Diane L ach , A n n Wilson.

Denk R o w : B I y Lyman, uc VolpP., n ncy od l y , Li a f rn ld. ing r 1 1a fton, Jo n t re s n g •r. SncJ ! cl: Ba rba ra WI 1. . 95


D E LTA AL PHA U PSI L ON

Kneeling : Callie Palmer, Jolan Force, Mary Jo Cala­ b rese, Betsy Stevens. Back Row: Mil Kouba, Linda Johnson, Corny Roberts, Marty Mentch.

Kneelin g : N a t B owerman, Peggy Hornaday, S ue Mahoney, Jo Anne Rydel. Sitting: Sue Wood, Char­ lene Resan, Diane Van Wyck, Roberta Kochi, Sue Finlay, Lorraine Rudman.

Front semicircle : Carol B en :iison, Donna Chick, B arb

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Delta DKE tea , Greek S i n g, fi l led our m o m e n ts u nti l at the Daisy B re a k fast we said "good-bye" to a l l the S e n i o rs a n d wished them l u c k . G o o d - b y e to : Perky Patt b u b b l i ng w ith h e r test tubes S u p e r Shi rlee a n d "Mr. Pres . " G l a m o rous G i nger, better k n o w n a s "Drizzv " � G e n i o us G i n n y '\I ith h e r special rib cage Pixy Pegg , o u r La fay e tte Lady " S o ft-v ea e Scotti," ou r Long Isl a n d S i ren Dy n a m i c Diane, proof that b l o n ds ha e m o re fun Cha rismatic Corn , l e a d e r of the p a c k Loy a l Lynn, s a ing h e r p e n n i es for t h e black fund P r tty Patty, v ith h r smarts a n d l i ce-inWond rla n d Look " J o l i " J u d y , future qu en o f the Ri iera

M1 sing : S h i rle Clark. G i n g r Goddard, G i n n J I n­ lapp, kle, Pa l l y Thom . J udy Turn r, Fra nnie , ancy De i l l , R uthie Lo r Bon n i · Z i m mermann, Laurie L w in, Sally Jone , Jane Wh itt . n

anc T h o m a s , Jo R i c h m o n d , Connie Row : M i d worlh, Pa l l y Cha rlton. Secon d R o w : L e Co , Ja net J olico u r, Diane Fioto. Third R o w : Sand Ray­ nor, Bets 1 Cl r k , Betty Savicki, Jan Semon ian.

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As a n o ther y e a r d ra ws to a close, v e l o o k back o n napkin raids o n the Spa for the benefit of the H omeco m i ng fl o a t , h a rd d o n u t -h o l es a n d h a rd cid er, t h e Sigma Love l i es from B . U . , Ha l l o " e n a t t h e Deke House, " V i o l e t Time" w i t h Fi t ch i e's B a n d, d e c i d i n g o n a theme for Form a l Party a rs. Cassi ni, the snov w h o l e week i n ad a nce, scu lp t u re that d i d n ' t e e n have a cha n c to melt, ge t t i ng o ff the b o t t o m o f the sch o l a rship pil • a n d m o s t o f a l l, t h e j o y o f ru n n i ng o u t o f p l d g e pins " hen e d o u b l e d ou r ra n ks a t t h e e n d of rush i n g. We v ho a re left shed a fo n d t e a r in m m o r of o u r d epa rted se n i o rs: Miss T\\enl y - Po i nl Fraz r, fe a t u r a t t ra c t i o n o f G re k S i n g M iss R a i n bow Lenz, who kept L a v rdi r 's i n business iss S i g m a re l l i D ro i tcou r, ' ' H a a ball ! " !fiss Wanda H a rd i ng, " i ch i k a bo o l a S a l a m a ­ d o o l a Bipp i t y Boppi t y B u rp . " M iss • a n c y G reer, who m a jored in sen i o r cock­ t a i l parties a n d passed i n J a n u a ry

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e a rri d back in Sept mb r to find t h a t Ned had ga i n d a fia ncee, a n d Ste e had g a i n e d a gro ' t h a s a resu l t o f h i s t rave l s a b ro a d . F o r s o m e u n known r a n \ e \ ere first a c a d e m i ca l l y l a s t s m s t r. T o m c a m b a c k from G u a t e m a l a t o be­ com a n a c t i inacti Beaver m e t S i s s i, who fan a rd d h i m back to h i s close t . D avi d's m ice d i d. and h mourn d t h e i r d e a t h by s p e n d i n g t h e month of )anuar i n M i a m i w i t h P e t e a n d B il l , lea i n g u s ' i t h R .T.O. as dorm cou n c i l o r. J e r ry m e t DeDe a n d J o a n n e a n d K a t h y a n d utti and a ry S h r e w . T h e f o u n d e r of the Cleg had n os t ro u b l a f t e r being caugh t i n the r a i n . Th G i a n t s d i s a p p o i n t e d Peter, a n d Peter d is a p­ p o i n ted Hel n, K a t h y, G i n ge r, e t c . Ed h a d p rob­ lems with t a, l igh t s, etc. A t our a n n u a l Chris t m a s p a r t y, M i ke r cei ed s o m e t h i n g h e th o ugh t h e'd go t t n rid o f. Chop is s t i l l h e re t ry i n g to leav . K a t z l o s t eigh t i n ches, a n d K i t repo r t s from W e l lesley C o l lege that he w i l l re t u r n . To our s e n i ors : Pete, P e t e, T i m , Dave, Eri c, Tom, a n d J oh n H e n ry E d w a rd, the bes t o f l u c k .

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The Goose tis b u i l d i n g was christened t h is y e a r w h i l e B a ngor J o h n n y B raglet l eapt t o safe t y . R u s t y (or somebody) d e c i d e d t h a t b l o n d es h a v e m o re fun, a n d S t asch m a n ( t h e e l d e r) a d v ised D i n o o n how to be a Dea n . Th ese \I ere t h e so rdid h igh­ ligh ts. Rush i n g prod uced a caustic crowd o f twen ty­ thr . e who were soon subdued by t h e w r a t h of t h e ra th r h a r m l s s " G o o n Squ a d . " H o o k m a n decided t o bu a D a d R a t, but tha t 's all i t was, a n d Shaw­ burg r b i t i n t o th soc i a l sch e m e o f t h i ngs w i t h th Tri l o b i t e . T h e Coa l i t i o n t r i e d a bloodless coup, b u t S t u i took a sab b a t i c a l a n d r u i n e d t h e whole i d e a . l e a v i n g C . A . b u rger t o be a pi l la r o f the hous . Ca rlos racked up i n the scoring co l u m n w i t h h is foot, a n d t h e e ry fl appa ble H a w k be­ cam the first ATO Cap t a i n in a long t i m e . D esp i t e Fre d d i Douc , i t w a s a cha mpagne y e a r . The S n i o rs gr t the world o u tside. C h o , ou r Caesar, who w e n t to t h e bi rds t h is y e a r (o r bird?) ; H a rwood, who was sed u ced by t h e w i l es o f W i ns­ l o w, the charmer ( I' s n o t so, R i cky?); The big Z, w i t h Chuck Berry's color, who l o o ks forward to m e e t i n g Li n a S t rozzi, w a r t a n d all, at E l i's and h a v i n g s e n teen u n m a rried d a u ghters ; Goose, who i n cr as d the v a l u e of the Cobly slope e v e ry t i m e h m a d e a run; S t asch m a n , who fi n a l l y pu t on h is L nz's a n d re tu rned to t h e o l d e t i m e t r a d i ­ t i o n ; B a n gor, w i t h b e e t l e boots a n d the " S t rea k , " w h o l u rks a ro u n d the corners o f N o r t h Conway (Sorry, W a t rbury); Carn a l i ty, who s t i l l sneaks i n t h e b a c k d o o r of loca l b a n ks i n sea rch o f 1955 d o u b l e d a t es, t h a t is, if it do esn't sn o w ; D a l e ( i n y o u r h e a r t . . . ) w h o w i l l h a v e to bookie aga i n i n o rd e r to b a b l t o afford d ru msticks; H o o k m a n , who h o l ds the t ra c k r e c o r d a ro u n d the pond b u t n o t much els ; B o o t h b y , Tosh i 's o l d m n t o r, who d ecora ted Colby soci e t y w i th his W a t e rv i l l e queens ; a nd Degs. who h u n g a rou n d l o n g nough to m a k t w o y a rboo ks, who d rew us to A n d o v e r for t h e soci a l season, a n d who a l a rmed us a l l y e a r r o u n d with h is "gadg t m o b i l e . " L e t us hope the world is rea d y for them a l l . A n d l t u s h ope tha t M o t h e r A m s is bra e n ou gh to r ign ov r ATO for m a n y a rs to .ome.

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e, th B ro t h e rs '65 of D . K . E ., b i d fo n d a d i e u lo 1 a ry Low, D . U ., a n d the l . F . C . So l o n g to y o u c o n n i i n g m m b rs o f the c a n i n e c l u b . Farewel l d e a r fri nds from across t h e w a y-no l o nger for your w i n d O \ s w i l l we pay . nd as for you other guys. i t ' s be n just " fi n e . " D epa rti n g f r o m the H a l l s o f X I c o m e c o m ­ m e n c m n t t i m e w i l l be the l i kes of such roar i n g, ra mpan t l i o n s a s : " M a l t y - h e a d " F l e u ren, who ha i ng read a b o u t O . C . S . somewhere, p l a n s to fl o at, b lch, a n d \ a e a cross the seven sea s ; "S t u d l y " J o h n Corn e l l , the h a ndsome S e n i o r from Orono, who h a s switched from e l e c t rocardiagra m m i n g to e l c t rocu t i n g ; ' ' Pi" S a w l e r. the man of a m i l li o n faces, w h o w i l l soon be w e a r i n g a r i n g - i n h i s n os ; H a r y · • y-Song-ls- - S a d - So n g ; " " Li ttle Will " Oates, who i s known by 'Sal" a s a ery s a fe t y -conscious pe rso n ; "Pin n och i o ' ' Ross, who wa la l s en riding for t h e Promised La n d in a Good H u m o r truck w i th hopes of b tter fo r t u nes ; ' ' W a l l y " B ry a n , o u r w a l k i n g t e l e t ype, who r a n o u t of i n k in t h e b o i l e r room ; "Tireless Tom" H i l l . w h o h a s a l l t h e m o es-i n t h e c u ffin' ramp, t h a t i s ; " Pi n ky" Parkerlon \I ho k n ows a l i ttle a b o u t verylh ing a n d a whole l o t a b o u t n o t h i n g ; " Papa" D ave Cull r. who should ha e stu c k to m a k i n g s a n d w ich s ; " R a n d s t one" W i l l i a m s, w h o was s e e n l e a c h i n g off D i a n when P l a i n J a n w a s i n B ru n s­ w i c k, M a i n ; a n d B i l l "Th e S n a ke" Anderson, w h o i s going a s a r ference l i b ra ry, c a n be t a k e n out a s a Wh o 's Who i n Bars, T . V . , and Hearts G o m es. Ah y s, a l m ost forgot-Dear F a t h e r, please take ca r o f Larry B a i l y .

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Th e y e a r w as, howe e r, m a rked by o u r fi r s t d e­ termined ffort at a n e w house compl e t e w i th h o u se m oth e r a n d co l u m n s . This y e a r o u r b a s k e t ­ b a l l tea m ' orked o u t w i t h the a r s i t y just to loosen up, a n d t h e n kept in sh ape as the " C o l b y Ca st-oafs . " A n d, of cou rse, h a l f o f the b r o t h e r­ hood w a s d i spla ced d u e to th e h o u s i n g s h o rt a ge on campu s . Th class of '65 a g a i n came th rough w ith t op acad m i c h o n ors for the y e a r, while the und rcl a s s m n l sted their m ett l e only to find it s l i g h t ! l ss than College Bowl c a l i b e r . Despite t h h o u s i n g p roblem, m a n y a ccep t a b l e compe n sati o n s v er m a d e . W ith R u s s as wel l ol o, t ra n sporta t i o n w a s no prob­ o i l d as h is l e m ; Ken and J i m d i d n't m i n d their apartmen t, a n d n ith r d i d th i r f r i nds from B o s t o n . e t y a r w i l l fi n d the s e n i o rs at grad s c h o o l, i n s r i c . o r a l work. Congra t u l atio ns go to J e rry, one o f the few ROTC boys to re m a i n a n ROTC boy . W i t h a player a n d cheerl e a d e r t o s t a rt, M i k e will 1 ave grad school to fi l l out the rest o f his 8-Ball team. o o n e ' i l l fo rget LeRoy, who i s sti l l ' i t h us a l h e a rt. I t ' s too bad t h a t no o n e i s 1 ft to fi l l Ma rt y's shoes i n t h e o u t i n g c lu b ; but w i t h h i s sp cial skill, no o n e w o u l d wan t t o try. A fter fou r y . a rs . u rr is s t i l l the biggest hot dog i n th h o u s . Ru mor h a s i t that, beca u s e o f his supe rb tra i n ing a l Col by, DeBeau i s f i n a l l y qu a l i­ fied for th C IA . Ca s a r seems to ha e h i s w o m a n ­ h u n ling probl m s o l ed-j ust a s k a b o u t t h e re­ su lts w i t h his bu cket- sea t e d Spri t e . A l tho u gh most of th s n i o rs were n o t so i n fl u e n t i a l i n t h i s c a t e­ gory, Ira has successfu l l y groomed Beth e s d a B i l l a s t h e n w h o u s e w o rrier. Y e s , B's ter h a s re­ m a i ned net ted, and S t a rfire's s i ghts a re sti l l on Anna . For battle w o u n d s i ncu r red d u r i n g t h e y e a r , s ev ral d i s t i nguished S e n i o rs h a e been a w a rded p u rpl hea r t s : Foxy for h i s social tippl i n g ; Tripp for d a t i n g ; Owl for b e i n g a n i ce g u y : Locsin for the w a r ; Campli n's blue goose for being b a n ished for a s e m s t r ; G . I. Okie for th house n o t real­ izing how m u ch ho u s spi rit h e rea l ly h a d : a n d K a n t o r f o r h i s a i n a l t m p t to fi l l i n f o r that l iving 1 g n d, M o t h r B a rr .

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The S e n i o rs of P h i D e lta Th eta lea e behi n d th e m a strong and h e a l t h y seed with h opes for a pro u d fu t u re . e take with us m ixed m e m o ri es o f past a c h i e e m ents, bad a n d good t i m es, rou t i n e a n d i l d times, b u t spe c i a l times for us, the Spirit o f '65. We h ave witn essed a n d e perien ced t h e evo l ution o f a group a n d an atti t u d e . e ha e c o m e to k n o w C o l b y a n d o u r­ sel es w e l l . hat c a m e before us a n d w h at w i l l com e a fter us ca n n o t measu re or defin ,. hat ,. e h a e been these past four y e a rs. The re a re e l e e n o us, b u t to the Spi rit o f '65 there a re t h i rteen, for the concerted i nterfere nce of col l ge regu l a t i ons did not d a mpen the pi rit o f two i n d i i d u a ls. H . C. J. G reene has certa i n l y e a rn e d a berth in the '65 Spi ri t for h is utte r devo t i o n a n d for h is ta ctfu l a ccompl ish m e n ts at U . V. M . ; a n d H ansie c a n n ot be d e n i e d though h i s a l legiance m a y be firmer i n Augusta. Th e g ra d u at i n g S e n i o rs, th ough we n o w go our own w a ys, will rem e m b e r each oth er's ways o er these y e a rs -Fa t w e l l for h is a nc y a n d h is K e y n esi a n lyrics; trick for doing it; De\I e y for n ot; Rotte n m a n for h is heckels a n d sh e ke ls; B o d for B a rb a n d su b m a r i n es; R o d f o r atten d a nce a n d 2 0 poi nts ; G u p fo r t h re e h o l es a n d t h a t ce r t a i n smi le; K a r l i z l e for apa t h y a n d m otherhood; Red steve for a bsti n ence a n d J o a n i e; B road B o d y fo r the wa iver a n d M a rgie; a n d B e a u f o r t h e a rts a n d risi n g w h e n h e h a d t o . I f the H o rre n d ous be m e n ­ t i o n e d , l e t us i n c l u d e R i c k a n d V . D . w ith t h e last t wo, for they h e lped make a group t h a t spa rked the Spi r i t o f '65. A lso, a vo te of g ra t i t u d e fo r M rs. Gou l d e n who n ever rea d t h e l a mp­ s h a d e . G oo d-bye, C h a rl i e .

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BEGGAR Wandering under mango boughs Hidden from the seething light o f the East, She dreams of Elijah seeds And the whipped-straw matting Where bows a silk lady with three eyes, Enclosed in mist of j asmine incense. Watching by a narrow arch As the western dusk spills Over the tepid dust, She s trangles the beggar's crumpled cry. Yet s till he pleads with sapphires, Chanting, "Touch what shines on my thin, parched palm." Ellen Mitch ell

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A FOUR PART INVENTION IN HARMONIOUS DISCORD I. Mad the passionate sad yesterday Which last night called The hoar-frost moon To do penance For his indiscretions . II. Rise and set R i s e a n d set A fool would not find fault with that And yet, Yesterday was a beautiful bride. III. Dissolve n o w into noth ingness Beautiful bride of discontent So fruitful in you barrenness Before the heart tells its lament. IV. To have your beauty yet not lamen t i s like A rose in December untouched by frost Shining fiery red against white snow The vision of a mad man No more, no less. James Simpson Reprinted from Poetry Workshop Anthology

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O! Hippopotamus (a poem) You have been chasing the game warden's little pickup truck since Africa began . b u t o n e day-I fear you will miss a swipe and run right off that yellow continent into the blue (a poem) Atlantic. and the monkeys will fall from the trees and the tom toms stop and a Britisher at tea will say-"was that a splash?" as the tea slurps over the edge of his cup and a big grinning hippopotamus will sink down in to the murky green depths A POEM O! Hippopotamus 0 ! Hippopotamus ! Gad ! ! Hippopotami ! ! 'Bye James Foritano Reprinted from Poetry Workshop Anthology

THE I SLAND OF MYCONOS AT DUSK Put down your suitcase and listen to the sea Ruffling its s kirts on the Greek sand. Walk with m e up to the cliff above the long, brown bay . The moon there is a flood of errors . Now is the moment when Myconos, like sleep, B ecomes a theater of hallucinations. The wild actors in the wind play beneath the hills And out of the tabernas, breathing music, Songs of the island go , Melodies unheard That fool with fingers D elighting in our hands. Listen: The shore, before it darkens, B efore the shroud of long mist and quick rain Floods the s tage of errors Will present a last scene. Then Myconos shall be Its own hallucination. George Hooker, '65

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M I S S I S S I PP I S U M M E R 1964 We l i e o n the cu r e off- b a l a nce s tripped back t o w a rds t o m o r row ( t h e forgo t t e n past w h e n we ca r e d b l ack out o f ca m eo ) "So l e t ' s be a rty, t o o , boys" ( th e remembered today when we ca r e b o n e o u t o f wh i t e . . . s u b m e rged in M i s s i s s ippi b a y o u s) And the cu rve comes ro u n d we slip grab the o t h e r e n d a n d m a ke for Zero Pamela Pierson

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It's the long grey passageway, an elongated ob­ long with no end that turns into every street you walk-because it is always night ; with the four and a half knuckling tapered icicles that hang out­ side a window-dark-with the moon refracting between the fingers from far away like a refriger­ ated light-bulb in the long square passageway­ endless-with the icicles humming silently in a quick north chill : or the slender fingers of death, the paled and gnarled slender fingers that grip a window sleeping, but flee in the sun. But there is no sun. I t is having no everything and every nothing because at first, there was this tiny blue transpar­ ent bird-see, that could soar ever so h igh-see, but never could land, for it had no feet. So it had to spend its whole life on the wing, and when it slept, it would s tretch out its wings of transparent blue, and sleep on the wind. I t never touched the earth , for it had no legs-it touched the earth only once in its life. When it died. It is to hear the tiny bird-cries in the sun, un­ answered, as big as your little finger-or maybe like loving someone in the dark, that never an­ swers . Always , as it always was, even before the time came-it is the low phlegmy rumble of the train whistle-sighing and gliding through the un­ seen �now: it is the long wet freight heavy with the rain from the night even of far away, with the signal arms black and white striped in the waiting headlights of a car fuming with exhaust impa­ tiently in the heavy December rain. The lone car waiting, its headlights bumping from car to car of t he fleeing freight. The signal lights alternating in tight red flashes diagonally against the soft click­ clack, thwick-thwack of the cold steel wheels squeezing spontaneously inch by inch along the soggy wooden ties-buried in the wet grey gravel. I t is a broken clock shattered at the bottom of a lean empty well deep in the hills above the sea­ coast where one lone tramp groans in the harbor far below and east-in the nuzzly fog : the water lapping like dirty cream against its side. It is a broken clock, unwound, that never ceases and endlessly is laughing in ticking-talk at the hole of it all-at the unfilled hole, that must be unfilled with noth ing and everything, and that is s ky-blue

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at its botto m-with no o n e to see the color. The long i c i c l e fingers t b e m s e l es d i e in th e sun, w h i l e a baby twitches o n e tu rn w ith i n its moth e r a n d l i e s s tr a n g l e d by i t s O \ n l i fe cord-it i s a co" a rd ' ho l o o k s o er h i s s h o u l d e r n e r ously, a n d i s gra bb i n g at h i s neck-tryi ng t o flee fro m h i m s e l f . . . a n d pu rsu ed d o w n a l o n g b l a c k corrid o r­ b u mping-by an a rm y of " h ee l e d porcel a i ns, e mpty a n d cru sted ' ilh the d i rt of time, wh l i ng rauco u s! d o w n a n e r o u s h a l l w a y-w ith l o n g th i n c ra c k s i n the i r be l l ie s-a n d noth i n g i n s i d e but the stagnant v e l l o w tea rs o f fear. It i s th CO\ a rd ; b l e e d i n g S\ 'eat from h i s for h ad t u m ­ b l e d \ ·ith his san d y-col ored blu h a i r, nd his i n sides cra w l i n g s l o w l y up t o h i s throat i n t h e b i l e of fea r . Th e co\ a rd a n d h i " h ite-ye l l o

s e l f-i mpo rta ncei mpote nce, h i s w a rped a l m ight a n d grand iose story of tragedy-It i s the coward stru m b l i n g dow n the l o n g d a r k corri dor, w ith his v i l d-eyed head l ea n t b a c k o er h i s shou l d e r , l o o k­ i ng beh i n d at the p u rs u i n g ago n i es-it is k n ee l i ng d a r k , a nd c o m i n g up e a s i l y a n d there, in th a t the h a d o f the corri d o r, before the s h a rp! tu r n , and for a n i n stant, h a nging him b o n i l y on y o u r s h o u l d e r, w ithout a c ry-a n d d i sappe a r i n g o u r h a n d s in y o u r pockets· as h e d rops to v ith th fl o o r-w ith his m o uth h a n g i n g open and eyes " id - a n d a s h i s o l d a n d d i scarded porcel a i ns ru m b l a n d juggl and stampede o e r his g n a r l e d n o t h i ng. L a i n g s i l e n ce a n d n o d u st. n d sl ping on the wind . . . w ith n o feet o n.

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Lynn W. Smith �AT

Am erican Civiliza tion

Starbuck Sm.ith K�P

Economics

Charlene Gorsun Solomon Math ematics

James L. Spates K�P

Sociology

Eric R. Spitzer �T

Economics

Judith Stanley English Literat ure

Elizabeth A. Stark Biology

Elizabeth C. Stevens t:.M English Li tera ture

John E. Stevens AXA

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J o h n D . Tewbey A A

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A l fred J. Tobias

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Lynn Urner English Litera ture

Richard W. Van Hall AXA

History

Richard J. Waddington 4>�0 B usiness Administration

Michael D . Ward T�4> Government

D erek L. Warren American Litera ture

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Faith Wilder European His tory

J . Randall Williams �KE B usiness Adminis tration

Eileen C. Wills �K French

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C a n d ice J . W i l s o n French a ncy S . Winslow English Li t e ra t u re

J a n i ce L. Wood �K Soci ology J a mes S. W o o d a rd H is t ory J o h n T. W o r k m a n M a th

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SEN I OR ACTI V I TY LIST F. Dana Abbott, Jr., American Litera­ ture-Lambda Chi Alp h a ; Football ; G o l f ; AFROTC ; Arnold Air Society. S haron I . A b b o t t , French-B and ; Powder & W i g ; French Club ; Red Cross Tagus Volunteers ; Tri-Delta S ch olarship. David C . Anderson, American H i s tory -Zeta Psi, President ; Tennis. B ruce L. Ansnes, Econ o m i c s . Randall W. A n t i k , Economics-Delta Upsilon Social Chairma n ; Rush Chairm a n ; ASB S ocial Chairman ; Outing Club ; Track ; Young R epub­ licans. Leah Aranovitch, English Litera ture­ Alpha Delta Pi Recording Secretary, Mod ern Dance Club Secretary­ Tre a surer ; Hillel ; Library Associa­ tes ; B ad minton. B arbara D . A v e r y , Art-Modern Dance Club ; Dorm Council. R obert E . B aggs, German-Debate, Roger Williams, German Club ; Jun­ ior Year Abroad. Lawrence D . Bailey, America n Civiliza­ tion. Richard W. B ankart, E conomi cs­ Young Republicans Planning Com­ mittee Chairman ; Orchestra ; Stu­ d e n t A d visor ; Dorm Counsellor; Or­ chestra A ward. Merrill L . B arker, History. Nancy J. B arnett, Socio logy-Dorm Council ; 0 u t i n g Club ; Sigma Kap p a ; Campus Guide. Vivian B. B auer, M a t h e m a ti cs-Alph a D e l t a Pi Tre a surer ; G l e e Club ; Con­ cert Choir ; Powder & Wig. John H. E. B ax ter, Ameri can Litera­ ture-Alpha Delta Phi Rush Com­ m i t te e ; S o n g m a s t e r ; Watchdog Committee ; Student Christian Asso­ ciation S teering Committee; Glee Club S ecretary ; Concert Choir; Chapel Choir; Chess Club ; Library Associ a te s ; Powder & Wig ; Kling S cholarship. Margo B each, Sociology-Chi Omega Pledge Trainer, R u s h Chairman, So­ cial Chairman ; Outing Club ; Junior Class S ecretary ; S en ior Commence­ ment Committee; J unior Advisor; Dorm Council. Peter E . B e a tus, So ciology.

Eric E . B eaverstock, Mathema tics­ Alpha Tau Omega Scholastic Liter­ ary Chairman ; Newman Club Vice­ President ; Powder & Wig ; Library Associates ; V a r s i t y Basketball Manager ; Math Club. Rob ert M. Beechinar, English-Phi Delta Theta Social Chairman ; His­ torian ; Alumni S ecretary ; Choiris­ t e r ; French Club Vice-President ; Chapel Choir ; Kling Scholarship. David A. B egg, B iology. Pauline T. Belanger, French-French Club Secretary ; O RACLE.

Janet K. Buffington, Psych ology-Echo Feature Editor, News Editor; New­ man Club S ecretary ; Outing Club. Claude L. Buller, Econom ics-Outing Club. Natalie Bullock Silver, Government. Ralph J . B unche, Government. George A. B urks, Ameri can Li terature -Tau Delta Phi; John Marshall So­ ciet y ; B a seball ; Soccer. Malcolm L. Call, His tory. Pa tricia Campbell, Art.

Jason B erger, Sociology-Hillel, Presi­ dent ; Freshman O rientation Com­ mittee ; Interfaith Association.

Peter M. Camplin, Economi cs-Kappa Delta Rho Social Chairman ; S tudent Government Social Committee.

Arthur W. B everidge, Music-B and ; Orchestra ; Brass Choir ; Chapel Choir ; Radio Colby; Three Penny Opera Band ; Orchestra Award ; Alma L. Maresette A ward.

F. Thomas Carney, Business Adminis­ tration-Alpha Tau Omega S ocial Chairman; I .F .C . Representative ; O uting Club.

Alton F. B laine, Jr. William F. Boothby, Jr., Business­ Alpha Tau Omega House Manager ; Athletic C h a i r m a n ; S cholarship Committee ; Tennis ; Hangou t ; Stu­ dent Advisor. E . Thomas B oulette, Physics-Sigma Pi Sigm a ; Young D emocrats ; Na­ tional S tudent Association ; Charles I rwin Travelli Scholar; Physics Achievement Award. Gordon W . B owie, Music-Pi Lambda Phi Rush Committee ; Band Man­ ager, Vice-President ; 0 r c h e s t r a Manager ; B r a s s Choir ; Chapel Choir ; Colby Folksong Society Pres­ ident, Vice-Presiden t ; Presser Foun­ dation Music Education S ch olar­ ship. John W. B ragg, Mathema tics-Alpha Tau Omega S ecretary, Vice-Presi­ dent ; O uting Club. Christopher C. Brown, Art-Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge Trainer ; Social Chairman ; Men's Student Associa­ tion Vice-Presiden t ; ECHO Editorial B o ard ; Football ; O uting Club ; Stu­ dent A d v i s o r ; Winter Carnival Committee ; S ocial Council. Donna K. Brown, English Literature. Susan L. B rown, French-B and, Mod­ ern Dance Club, Hillel, Dorm Coun­ cil, French Club. S tephen J . Brudno. Kennon W. Bryan, Business Adminis­ tration.

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John F. Carnochan, E conomics-Phi Delta Theta Treasurer, Secretary. Denis R . Carter, Music-Delta Upsi­ lon ; Football ; Track ; Band ; Arnold Air Society ; Colby Eight. Patricia S . Charlton, Chemistry-Delta Alpha Upsilo n ; Marshal ; Glee Club ; Pre-Med Socie t y ; Chi Epsilon Mu. Carol J . Christy, Economi cs-Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship Chairman ; Women's Athletic Association, Sec­ retary-Treasurer, President ; I n terna­ tional Relations Club ; J unior Ad­ visor ; Dorm Chairman ; Women's Student Leagu e ; Madden Award ; Dean's List. Ad ora J . Clark, French-Colbyettes Leader, Cheerleading; Outing Club ; . Shirlee Clark, French . J on athan Clarner, Business Adminis­ t ration. Timothy F . Cleghorn, Physi cs-Alpha Delta Phi Rush Chairman, Treas­ urer ; Young Republican s ; Outing Club ; Sigma Pi Sigma ; B ixler Scholar ; Honors in General Schol­ arship ; Dean's List. Neil B . Clipsharn, Business Adminis­ tration. Alison A. Coady, A rt-Sigma Kappa, Campus Guide, Powder & Wig Re­ cording Secretary ; I nterfaith A s so­ ciation Corresponding Secretary ; Dean's List. Peter S. Coggan, History.


J oa n R. Copithorne, Governmen t­ Alpha Delta Ph i , Presiden t ; Young Democrat s : Subhea d ; Dorm Council ; Dorm Chairm a n ; S t u d e n t Leagu e : Dean's L i s t . Linda S. Corey, A merican Literat ure­ Chi O m ega Song Leader, Vice- Pres­ i d en t : Women's S t u d e n t League Vice-Pres iden t ; German Club : Dorm Counc i l : Libr-ary Associat s. John R . Cornell, Chem i s t ry- Delta Kappa Epsilon Social Chairm a n ; O u t i n g Club : Pre- fed Societ , J o h n M a r s h a l Society : Y o u n g R publi­ cans Treasurer; Russian Society ; Bas k e t ba l l ; C h i Epsilon 1 u. A n d re ,. B. Cornwall, Economic -Ph i D e l t a Theta, House Mana er, Social Chairman. Presid en t : Junior Class Council. WiJliam T. Cott l e, J r., Econo m i c Lambda Chi Alpha Trea urer : B l ue K e • : S t u d e n t G o v r n m n t T r as­ u r�r ; Winter Carn i \ a l o-Chairm n : BasebaU ; A l u m n i Council J <>celyn , t. -Sigma brarian, Campus List.

Co}le. A m e ricar. Li tero r u r K a p p a R u h Chairma n : Li­ Presiden t '. O u t i n g C l u b ; G u i d e ; O RACLE, D a n '

Charles E. Currie, Economi cs-Zeta Psi Secre l a r ; Band. Arnold A i r So­ ciety David S . C u tler. His t o ry. Chri lopher M. Dakin, Amen ccm Li t­ e ra t u re-Kappa D l t a Rho : Arnold Air Society ; Colbs Library A oci­ a t es : D i s t inguished Cadet ROTC. Deborah C. Davis, English Li t ro t u re -- 'orthern S t udent Mov men t : H i l lel ; I n ternational R e 1 t i o n Dorm Council : WAA. Rich rd W. Davis. European H r t o ry -Lambda C h i A l p h , Pr sid n t : Footba l l ; Commencem e n t Com m i t­ tee; J un i o r Advi or; J u n ior Clas Council. M y l s R . Denny-Brown, Gov rn m t> n l - D e l t a U p s i l o n , A s s i s t a n t Tr u s ­ urer, Correspondi n g ecr •tary : I n ­ ternational Relations C l u b ; Young Democra t s ; French Club; Freshman Soccer; V a r s 1 t y Socc r ; Head Wa i t r, Co-Ed D i n i n g : J unior Year A broad-l n s l i t u t of E u r o p n S t udies, Paris. A lfred J . DiMaio J r., French. Martin C. Dod ge, CJw m i s t ry- Ka ppa Delta Rho, Chaplin, I FA R pre nt­ ativ ; Student Christian As ocia­ tion; Outing Club; Katahdin ouncil Pre ide n t ; Woodsmen's T am, l n ­ t crcol legiat C a p I a i n ; Fr " h m a n Tenn i s ; Fr s h m n S occe r ; Woods­ mcns Council, Pr idcn t ; Dean's List.

Joan Richards Dolian, Govern m e n t­ French C l u b ; O u t i n g C l ub ; I n terna­ tional Rel a t i ons Club ; Young Re­ publicans Club. Thomas A. Donahue, Spanish Li t e ra­ t ure-Alpha Delta Ph i ; S p a n i sh Club, Vice P r e s i d e n t : Senior Scholar; S y r a c u s e Semester i n Guatemala. Barbara C. Droitcour, Economic -S ig­ m a Kappa, Treas urer, Scholar h i p Chairm a n : Y o u n g Republican : Campus G u i d e ; I n ternational Rela­ t ions. S t a n ley L. Dubit k . Economics-Tau Della Phi , Track ; Colby Echo, Ad­ vert i ing lanager; H i l l I , O u t i n g Club. Ed ward D u k , Engl1 h Li tera t u re -Delta Upsilon. I FC R pr entatl ; 1 n' J u d iciar : I FC · B l u K : Librar · Associa tes : Foo t b a l l . Dormiton Coun e l o r : Echo, Editor: A n a b 1 � Editor; D a n ' Lis t : S n ­ i o r Scholar. Daniel C. Durgin. Bu i n e uon.

Aclm i n i s t ro ­

Chcmi t i) D l t a B ketb 11. Ch m ­ i tr} S o c i t · : enior d\i or; Chap I h r : C a m p u s Guid : A r n ­ old ir Society. . Ee hardt. English Hi l o ry Harv y -Z t P i, u p r m Council, Tr a s ­ ure r ; Fr s h m a n Bask t b I I 1anage r : l n l rnational R 1 ions Club : O u t ­ i n g Club. fudith M. Eyg , English Litcro t u r Dorm Counci l ; Che rlead r: Cam­ pu G uid : Ho meco m i n g Que n : Hillel. Da\ id S. Fe ron. Soc1ology-Lambda Chi Alph . Rush Chairm a n : S t uden Go ernment, E cut i" Board : M n 's lud nt A ociation, Pr i­ d nt; A l b ion S m a l l Priz for Sociol­ le. and r Men's og Essa ; Phillip Scholar hip. Barry L. F inb rg, Gov rnm n t-Tau Deltu Ph i ; H i ll I . Presid e n t ; J n ter­ F I t h A socia t io n . Pr -M d ical So­ ciety ; Chcm i s t r Club : I n t rnational Relation Club , Freshman Ba k t­ ba l l ; Colb · Colleg A' ard for Hon­ o rs i n n eral Scholar h i p . D an's Li t : H i l l I Honor Key.

J e ff Fleuren, Economics. J ames C. Foritano, English L i t e ra t ure -Ba d m i n t o n Club. Lesle N. Forman, H i s t o ry-Chief J us­ tice, W o m e n 's J ud icial Board ; Women's S t u d e n t League Board ; J un io r Ad isor; H i l l e l ; Fol ksong So­ S M ; S t ud e n t Coun cil ; Wil­ ciet ; l ia m J. W i l k i nson Prize i n H istory ; Cap and Go' n . S t ephan J . Fo man, American lization-Kappa Delta Rho.

Civi­

Elizabeth A . Frazer, Germ a n-Si g m a K a p p a , Corresponding Secre t a ry ; Glee Club ; Dorm Counc il ; German Club, S e c r e t a r y ; Outing Club ; Sports Car C l u b ; Hockey Tea m ; German Honor Society ; Sen ior Scholar; Dean's List. Karen Freitas, Classics-Colbyettes, Secretary; G l ee Club : Chapel Choir; Dorm Council. S t a n l ey l. Garnett, B u s r n es s A d m i nis­ t ra t ion-Alpha Tau Omega. Gerald S. Garon, Economi cs-Tau Delta Phi. Secre tary; H i llel ; Foot­ ball. ancy C . Ga , B u s in ess Admrnis t ro1 1on-Sigma K a p p a ; R a d io Colby ; O u t ing Club ; W A A : IFA : Freshman Orien t a t i o n Comm i t t e e ; Echo. J oh n P. G i l lm or, Economics-Ph i Del ta Theta. 1 ichael C. G i I m a n . Biology-Pi Lambda Phi, Social Chairman, Re­ cordi n g Secretar , House Chairm a n : H il l el : Pre-Med Society. Roberta J . Gilson, H i s t o ry of A r t­ Women's J udicial Board : Camp u s G u i d e ; S p a n i s h C l ub ; D o r m Cou n ­ c i l : Sub-Hea d ; A d v i s o r t o Local Youth Group. Virginia S. Goddard, Am e rican Li tera­ t u re-Del t a Delta Del t a ; Glee Club; Concert Choir ; O u t i n g Club ; S k i Tea m. A n n C. Godley. F rench-Chi Omega, Treasurer: Dorm Council : Women's Student Lea gue; R u n n a l ' s U n ion Com m i t t e e ; Le Cercle Francois ; Phi Sigma Iola, Vice President. Rhoda L. Goldstein, English Li tera ture -Al pha Delta Pi, A c t i v i t ies Chair­ m a n ; Lib rar Associates ; H i llel, Secretary : Dean's List.

f e n L. F rguson, Americon Hi torr­ S l udenl hri t i a n A socia l i o n ; l n ­ tcrna t ional R l a l io n s C l u b ; Powel r nd Wig ; Young C i t izens for J o h n ­ son.

J . L i n d a Good i n e , Mus ic-B a n d : Or­ chestra ; Brass Ens m b l e ; Lawrence Scholarship.

William P. Ferrn l l i , Bu.-in •ss A d m r n i t ro t 1011-Uelta U p s i I o n , ocial Chairman, A s i s t a n l Tr asur r, Tr a ur .r, Vi P re idcn t ; Or le, Buslnc Man ager.

Robert A. G o r d o n , Spani sh-P i P h i , Social Chairma n : Lambd S p a n i sh C l u b ; Chap I Choir : Folk Song Soci t y ; E ecuti e Board ; D a n ' Li t ; J u n ior Year Abroad.

Charles F. Good w i n . J r., B u s i n es s Ad­ m i n i s t ra t ion.


Rodney E. Gould, Government-Phi Delta Thet a ; IFC ; Debating Tea m ; Forensic Council ; I nternational R e ­ lations C l u b , Co-Chairman ; Round Table Club, Vice-President ; Echo ; Powder a n d Wig ; Young Citizens for J o h n s o n ; Academic Life Com­ m ittee, Chairman ; Dean's Lis t ; Honors J a n . Pla n ; Jun ior Year Abroad, London School of Econom­ ics and Political S cience ; News Edi­ tor L . S . E . Beaver; Goodwin Speak­ ing Contest 2 n d Prize ; Murry Prize ; Extemporaneous Speakin g Contest ; N S A Tutoring Program ; UN Model Assembly . Holly J . Gower, Governmen t-Dorm Council ; Student Govern ment ; Dorm R epresentativ e ; USNSA Coordina­ tor; Chairman o f Cultural Life Com­ mittee ; Chairman of Tutoring Or­ ganization ; Social Committ e e ; I nter­ national Relations Club, S ecretary, Presiden t ; Dean's List ; Honors in General Scholarship. Helen A. Grand, S o ciology. Kenneth C. Gray, Econom i cs-Alpha Tau Omega. Diane C. Green, French-Dorm Coun­ cil ; French Club ; Northern Student Movemen t ; Runnals Union Commit­ tee. Nancy A . G r e e r , B iology-Sigma Kappa, Pledge Trainer, Executive Committee ; J unior Advisor; Dorm Council ; Dean's List. Jay K. Gronlund, Econ omics-Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman ; Stu­ dent Government ; IFC president ; Student Advisor; Varsity Basebal l ; Outing Club. Alice B . Grow, S o ciology. Judith E . Guptill, Germon-B a n d ; Or­ chestra; Roger Williams Fellowship ; Chapel C h o i r ; Junior Year in Vienna, Austri a ; Dean's List . Alfred J. G r z e 1 e c k i , E conom ics­ Lambd a Chi Alpha, House Manager, Ritualist ; Senior Class Presiden t ; Arnold A i r S ociety, Executive O ffi­ c e r ; Newman Club, Treasurer ; Stu­ dent Governme n t ; O uting Club ; Freshman Advisor; D orm Coun selor; AFROTC Distinguished Footba l l ; Cadet. Marilyn D . Hackl er, Spanish-Outin g Club ; SCA ; Spanish Club, Presi­ dent ; D orm Council ; Dean's List. Marian P . Hale, M a t h em a tics-Alpha Delta Pi, Trea s urer, Song Chairman, Standards C h a i r m a n , Executive Board ; WAA ; Outing Club ; B a n d ; "The House o f D orm Council; Bernarda Alb a " ; W.Z.S.

J eryl L. Hamilton, Geol ogy-O uting C1ub, R e c o r d i ng Secretary, Katahdin Counci l ; Alpha Delta Pi ; Ban d ; Music Associates ; WAA ; Dorm Council Subhea d ; Geology Tutoring. Marcia H . Harding, Socio logy-S igma Kappa, Philanthropy Chairman, Re­ cording S ecretary ; Colby Outing Club ; Freshman Orientation Com­ mjtt e e ; Senior Class Commit t e e ; S t u d e n t Christian Association. Dee-Ann H a r r i s , Mathemat ics-Or chestra ; String Ensemb l e ; German Club ; Math C lub ; Dean's List ; Colby S cholarship Award. Mary B ryan Harrison, American Lit­ era t u re-Delta Delta Delt a ; S tudent Governmen t ; Dance Cl u b ; Dean's List. Richard B . Harwood, B u s iness Admin­ i stra tion. David F. Haskell, English Li tero t u re­ Colby Library Associates, Student Presid ent ; S t u d e n t Government Handbook Editor ; Junior Advisor ; Varsity Football ; Dean's Lis t ; Phi Beta Kappa. David R. Hatch, Span ish-Tau Delta Phi, Corresponding Secretary, Edi­ tor-Historian ; Powder & Wig, Glee Club, Chapel Ushers, Inter-Faith Association ; Outing Club ; Tennis Tea m ; Harold E. Walker Scholar­ ship for Latin-American Study. Virginia C. Henkle, Business Adminis­ tration-Delta, Delta, Delta, Treas­ urer, Corresponding S e c r e t a r y ; Dean's Lis t ; High Honors in Gen­ eral Scholarship. Bruce E . Hertz, Governmen t-ECHO ; Powder & Wig ; Hille l ; Young Democrats. Thomas A . Hill, Sociology-Delta Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Pres ident; In­ terfraternity Council, Corresponding S ecretary, Treasurer ; Russian Club. Elfie M. L. Hinterkopf, German-In­ ternational Relations Club ; O uting Club ; Girl's Ski Team; German Clu b ; French Club ; Delta Phi Alph a ; Phi S igma Iota ; Junior Year Abroad ; Dean's List. Robert J . Hodge, Ph ilosophy-Ph i D e l t a Thet a ; Football ; D e a n ' s List. Adele M. Hodgkins, Germ o n-German Club, Presid e n t ;. Young Democrats, S e cretary ; Senior Scholar; Delta Phi Alpha, President. Randall L. Holden, M u s i c-Pi Lambda Phi, Recording Secretary, Marshall ; Chapel Choir, Assistant Director ; Band, Student D irector; Orchestra, Student C h r i s t i a n Association ; Colby College Band Award ; Dean's List.

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Caroline S. Holmes, English Litera t u re -Colby Graphic Arts Workshop ; Northern Student Movement. Harriet Fran Holmes, French-Band ; Orchestra ; Chapel Choir ; French Club ; B ixler Scholar; Dean's Lis t ; P h i Sigma Iota ; J unior Year Abroad. George D . Hooker, Am erican Li t era­ t ure-Alpha Tau O mega, S ecretary, Public Relations ; Freshman Interim Committe e ; Colby Eigh t ; Football ; Library Associates ; Radio Colb y ; Poetry Prize Men's Division. Margaret J . Hornaday, American Li ter­ a t u re-D elta Delta Delta, Recom­ mendation Chairman ; Service Proj­ ects Chairma n ; Glee Club ; Chapel Choir; Library Associates ; Dorm Council ; O RACLE, Dean's List. B arbara R . Howard, English Litera ture -ECHO, Editor; Women ' s Student League, S ecretary ; Student Govern­ ment; Sub-Head ; Junior Advisor ; Cap & Gown ; Phi Beta Kapp a ; B ix­ ler Scholar. Rosemary B . Hubbard, Government. Frank W. Huston, Moth-Library As­ sociate s ; G o 1 f ; Newman Club ; Dean's List. Albert A. Hyde, Philosophy-Delta Upsilon, S ocial Chairman ; Senior Class Treasure r ; B asket b a l l ; Foot­ b all. Harvey J o e Hyler, Ameri can Litera­ t u re-Delta Kappa Ep silon ; Soccer ; Hockey ; Tennis ; Track ; Colby Col­ l ege Scholarship ; Hersey Keene Scholarship ; Elmira Nelson Jones Essay Prize ; S enior Scholar. Ira H . Hymoff-Kappa Delta Rho. E . Russell Ives, Jr., Chemistry-Kappa Delta Rho ; Chi Epsilon Mu; Sports Car Club. Peter B . Ives, History-Delta Upsilon Pledge Trainer, Chaplai n ; S occer. Karen R . J a ffee, Spanish-Spa nish Club, S ecretary-Treasurer; O uting Club ; French Club ; Jun ior Year Abroa d ; Phi Sigma Iota ; Dean's List. Dale C . Jewell, Alph a Tau O mega. Carol A. Johnson, English Li tero t u re­ Sigma Kappa ; Echo, Make-up Edi­ tor, Senior Advisor ; Colby Graphic Arts Workshop ; Faces and Places Editor ; S o cial Committee ; Dorm Council. Cynthia D. Jones, English History­ Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secre­ tary ; Orchestra ; Band, S ecretary ; O uting Club ; German Club. Shepard J . Kantor, Chemis try-Kappa Delta Rho, T r e a s u r e r , Alumni Chairman ; Junior and S enior Ad­ visor ; G e r m a n Honor Society ; Dean's List; Honors in General S cholarship.


a n cy J. Kend i g. B 1 0/o '}1-Alpha Delta P i : French C l ub : A l p h a D I l a Pi Scholars h i p ; Delta D I l a Del l a Scholarsh i p : Dean's List . David 1. Kelley. Sponi h Litero t u re­ D e l t a Upsilon : Soccer. Lore t t a D. Kirn, Germon-Chap 1 C h o i r ; lodern Dance Club · German Club, ice Presiden t ; B d m i n to n C l u b ; C h i Epsilon 1u. Thom a s Korst, ,\ l o t h cma 1 1 c - K a p p a D e l t a R h o , Sc hola r sh ip C h a ir m a n . Correspondence ecr t a r . Tra c k ; S k i Tea m ; Ch e r l ad r . S igma P i Sigma. Arlana R .

Anita L. Loam i . Art-Chapel Cho i r ; Modern D a n c e Club ; French Club ; German Club : S 1 ; rt Discussion Group : Society for Human Rela· tion s ; Outing Club : Phi Sigman I ota, Tr asurer; Murals for pa ; Teac h i n g, Coburn Cla sical J n s l i­ tut : Delta Phi A l p ha : Dean' Li t : Senior Schol a r : German ward 2nd Prize. Reh c a A. Lowd, GO\' rn m n l David H . Lowe l l , Socio logy-Lambda C h i A lpha ; AFROTC. Arnold Air oci t � : arsity Bas ball.

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Delta H a ro l d F. Kowal. Hi ton·-Tau Phi, Treasurer; O u t i n g l u b ; H i l l I : Young D mocra l s : B a k c•tball.

Robert B . Lew is, Eco n o m 1 r. -Delta Upsilon. Secretary : Guardi n of t h e Chapter Room : Hou e H i torian, Trea s u rer, 1 0 :45 C l u b : Frc h m a n Socce r ; Va rsity Socc r : reshman T nnis; Varsity T nnis; Outing C l u b ; Young Rep ublicans. R o n a l d S. Lewi , Chcmi try- Pre-Med Soci et y ; Chemi t ry Soci t " Pr s i ­ d nt. N i c h o la T. Loc s i n , P ychology­ Kappa D Ila Rho; Photography Club : p nish Club; E ho, Oracle. J il l M. Long, French-A lpha Dt>lta Pi, Vic • Pr i d P n t . Pr id nt . Colbv Ouling Club; Mu ic Associat s :

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Lynn A. Longfo l l ow, IJ1ology uting C l u b : Li brar A s o c i a l .s ; N e \ man l u b : D •• n' L i s t .

G raid P. McElroy, Economics- K appa Delta Rho, President, Treasurer; O u t i n g Club, A rn o l d A i r Societ y ; AFROTC . Dean's List ; Dorm Coun­ sel o r : D i s t i nguished Cadet. Barbara C . M c G i l l icuddy, English Lit­ e ra t u re-Chi Omega, Pan H e l l e n i c Repr s n t a l i . Treasurer: Ne� man C l ub : Powder and Wig ; Dorm Coun­ Assoc i a t es, S t u d e n t c i l ; Librar Vice-Presid n t ; J u nior Advisor.

fichael E. McMahon, A m e rican L1t­ rot ure. Lo uis M Janson, A rr-S igma Kappa. P a n · H I I n ic, Vice-President ; Cam­ pus uide; Clas Seer tar .

Donald P. LeB au. Go\ r n m n l­ Kappa D e l l a Rho. Praetor, Pl d� Trainer. � ecutiv ommitt .e. G I · C l u b ; Concert Choi r : Band : Club : I n t rnational R lat ion C l u b ; Freshman Orien t a t io n ommitl Dean's Li t : Junior d\i or.

G a i l A. Lenz, G rm u n- 1 g m K a p p a . P a n H e l l e n i c Represent a t i \ I ra l e : Club: SCA; Outing Club: R a d i o C l u b ; Delta Phi A l p h a .

Charles C. McDowell, B us iness Ad­ mrn1 t ru t ion.

usan L. McG i n l e , Engli h L i t e ra t u re - Po� der and Wig, "H a p p y .. of B e i n g Days . "I m p o r t a n c Bernada of "House Earnest", Alba " ; WAA ; Dorm Cou n c i l ; Bad· m i t o n Club ; O u t i n g Club.

Le" i s K r i n s k · . Economi cs-Tau D I t · Ph i ; Fresh m a n B a s bal l ; Footbal l . B asebal l . M a n a g e r ; I n t r n a t i o n a l R e l a t i o n s C l u b ; Young Demo r t : int •r H i l l e l ; S t u d e n t Go\ ern m e n t ; C a r n i \'al Tr a s u r e r ; H a m ! n peak­ i n g Contest 2nd Priz · Ph�· l l is Frazier cholar hip.

Rebecca L o w d Legro, Go\' •rnmen t­ S igma K a p p a ; H n gou t ; O u t i n g C l u b : I nterna t ional R .I lion C l u b ; J u n i o r Ad i o r : D a n ' L i s t .

Pat ricia L. McCla , Fren ch-French Club, Treasurer; S p a n i sh Club; Newman C l ub : Young Democrats, C o -C h a i r m a n ; Harold Walker Scholarship.

orman F. M i ner, Geology-O u t i n g lub, V i c e Presiden t ; Wood smen Club. E l l n G . Mi tch I I , En lish. Carlis! E . Moody, J r. , Econ omics­ Phi Del ta Thet a , C A ; Dean's List. tl'ph n IL Ma hon, P rchologr- Phi D I t o Th la, Y A. Rob rt 1 .i nd II. En�/ish Lr l l ro l u rcPi L mba Phi. I lou C h a i rman. Mar h I I . C o m m u n i t crvic C h a r rm n ; G lee C l ub , h pel Choir; l l i l l c l : F r e n c h C l ub, Pre ident : D a n ' Li t. Galen

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Jonathan F. Moody, Philo ophy-Zeta P i, uprcme Counci l , Vic -Presi· d n l . olby Eight ; Glee Club, Pr si­ d e n t ; Chap l hoir; I n ter-Fa i t h A s · so ial ion, Tr asurer: S t udent C h r i s · tian ociat ion ; Fr sh m a n B a s k t­ ba l l , Powder and Wig. Christ i n Moor , English-Glee Club ; B a d m i n t o n Club ; Powder nd W i g ; D o r m Counoil. J a mes B. Morang, Busine s A cl m i n 1 s ­ t ro t 1 on-Lambdn Chi Alpha, Secre­ t a r ; Colby Eigh t ; Stud nt Ad isor.

W i l l i a m E. Marvin, 1\ m o ric:on H i s t o ry Zet Psi, Pl d r. Tra i ner, Rushing C h e rle d e r : Varsity Com m i t t o l f, .apt a i n : Fres h m a n o l f . Frances A. Matteson, Amon ccm Civili­ z u l ion -NSA o m m i t tee : Runnals Union Com m i l t c : I n ternational Re­ l a t io n s Cl ub.

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R . '1 a t t i on, Arnone o n C 1 v 1 / 1zal 1 o n-Delta D e 1 1 a clta, Ru h ha irman, Vice Pr • id nt , S t ud n t ov rnmf'nt. S •cn�l ar ; J u n i o r Ad­ v i or; Wo men's S t u d e n t L agu ; ap a n d G o \ n .

J n m . L. Mc abe, Eco n o m ic!>.

Roland E. Morn au, J r. . French-Zeta Psi ; Hockey. Thomas J . Morrione, Soc10/ogy. Virgi n i a D. Mors , Fren ch-A l p ha Delta Pi, Senior E e c u t i e m mber, Acl i i i i s hairma n ; C ; Fr nch Club; C a n t r b u r C l u b . Dorm Ch irma n , Junior Advisor; l l cad Re id nt o f Averi J I ; Repre s c n t a t i to S t ud nt ovcrnm nt; Ad isor to Young D mocra t s ; Music Associa­ t s ; Worn n's S t u d e n t L agu . Pres­ i d n t ; D rm o u n c i l ; Merrimac !l at o., I nc. Scho l a rs h i p ; Putnam Fund Schol rshlp.


William J. Morse, I I I , Ma thematics.

Peter C . Paxton, B iology.

Peter A. Mud ge, Business Admini s tra­ tion-Zeta Psi.

Pamela P . Pierson, English Litera t ure -Delta Alpha Upsilon, Chapl i n ; Ech o ; Oracle, Co-Editor; Winter Carnival Committee ; S tudent Gov­ ernment ; Dorm Council ; Junior Ad­ visor; E . M. True Award ; Delta Delta Delta S cholarship ; Cap and Gown.

Kenneth J . Murray, Governmen t­ Kappa Delta Rho ; Powder and Wig ; Colby Outing Club. B ah a Eddin S . Nahawi, Mathema tics­ P i Lambda Phi ; I n ternational Rela­ tions Club ; J unior Class Committee ; Mathematics Club ; Dean's List ; Sigma Pi Sigma. William B . Neil, H i s tory-Tau Delta Phi, IFC a n d IFA R epresentative ; President of the Student B o d y ; Vice President o f the Junior Clas s ; Echo, B usiness Manager, Editorial B oard ; IFA Tre a surer ; Debating Tea m ; S tudent-Faculty Committee on Dis­ crimination ; Blue Key ; Murray Prize. William A. O a tes, Jr., American Li ter­ a t ure. John J . O'Connor, Classics. Alfred C . Olivetti, Business Adminis­ tra t i o n . Anna K. O w e n s , E n g l i s h Li tera ture­ Judicial B oard ; Freshman Orienta­ tion Committe e ; Chapel Usher; Dorm Coun cil ; Campus Guid e ; Jun­ ior Advisor ; Powder and Wig ; Women ' s Student League S cholar­ ship ; First Prize-Hamlin Speaking Contest. D a v i d F . Parish, Governmen t-Tau Delta Phi, Social Chairman, Treas­ urer ; Young D emocrats, Presiden t ; J o h n Marshall Society, President ; Hillel, Treasurer ; Colby Echo, Busi­ ness Manager ; I n ternational Rela­ tions Club ; Student Government Representativ e ; Dean's Lis t ; Senate­ G overnment I n tern-Subcommittee­ I n t e r-Government R el ations-Sen. Muskie. Katharine W. Parker, Biology-Stu­ dent Christion Association, S ecre­ t ary ; I nter-Faith Associa tion ; Out­ i n g Club ; I n ternational Relations Club ; Women's Athletic Associa­ t i o n ; Northern Student Movemen t ; Library Associate s ; Ech o ; Chapel Usher. Prosper K. Parkerton, Govern m e n t .

Pamela R . Plumb, American Litera t ure -Chi 0 m e g a , Presiden t ; Dorm Chairman ; Women's Student League ; Dorm Council ; Cheerleader ; Women's A t h 1 e t i c Association ; Campus G u i d e ; Colby Library As­ s o ciates ; Winter Carnival Ice Show. Allen C . Post, Spanish-Delta Upsi­ lon ; S oc cer ; Golf; Social Commit­ tee ; Dean's List [ U of Arizona ) . James R . F. Quirk, German-Forensic Society ; Chess Club, President ; B a d minton Club, President ; German Club ; Russian Club ; Dean's Lis t ; Delta P h i Alpha, Secretary-Treas­ urer ; Senior Scholar. Judith M. Radwany, Psychology-Glee Club ; Echo; Dorm Council ; Outing Club. Stuart H. Rakoff, Government-Stu­ dent G o v e r n m e n t , Independent Men's Council ; Young Democrats, Co-Ch a irma n ; I n ternational R e 1 a­ tions Club, Presiden t ; Debate Team, President ; Hillel ; Library Associ­ ates ; Chairman, Academic Life Com­ mittee ; Men's S tudent Association ; Blue Key ; Levine Speaking Contest, 1 s t and 2nd p laces ; Dean's List ; S en ior S ch olar. Duane C . Record, Professional Chem­ i s t ry-Pi Lambda Phi ; Chi Epsilon Mu; Chi Epsilon Mu Chemistry Awar d ; Alfred P. Sloan National S ch olarship. Kenneth L. Reed, E conom ics-Lambda Chi Alpha ; B asketball ; B aseball, Captain. Arnold Repetto, Business Adminis tra­ tion-Pi Lambda Phi, Treasurer, Vice Pres ident; Soccer ; B asebal l ; D orm Proctor. Matthew A. Riddell, Business Admin­ i s tra t ion-Lambda Chi Alpha.

Martha J . Patterson, Ameri can Litera­ ture-Campus Guid e ; Outing Club ; Sigma Kappa, M o d e l Pledge.

Geoffrey T . Robbins·, Philosophy-Tau Delta Phi, Secretary, Vice Pre sident, Presiden t ; Canterbury Club, Presi­ d en t ; I nterfaith Association, Presi­ dent ; Campus Chest Carnival Chair­ man ; Co-Chairman Religious Con­ vocatio n ; Outing Club ; Student Government.

Peter H. Pawlowicz, Art.

James W . Robbins, Chemis try.

John C . P a r s o n s , Geology-Pi L a m b d a Phi ; Outing Clu b ; Katahdin Council ; Powder & Wig ; Student Advisor; Woodsmen's Team.

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Cornelia Roberts, English Literat ure­ Delta Alpha Upsilon, S ong Leader, Presiden t ; G 1 e e Club ; Concert Choi r ; Campus Guide; Dorm S ocial Chairman ; Dorm Chairman ; Junior Adviso r ; Junior Class Council ; Stu­ dent League ; Dorm Counci l ; Cap and Gow n ; Freshman Orientation ; Chapel Usher. Robert P. Rogers, Phi Delta Theta. Randolph R. Roady; German-Kappa Delta Rho; Oracle, Photography Ed­ itor; Echo, Treasurer ; Newman Club ; Alpha Delta Phi. Gary C. Ross, Business Adminis tra­ t ion-Lambda Chi Alph a ; Dean's List. Paul M. Ross, Biology. Nancy Ryen, English Litera t ure . Ronald J. Saad, Business Administrat ion-Zeta Psi. James W. Salisbury, Philosophy. William M. Savage, Economi cs-Arn­ old Air Society ; AFROTC ; Flight Instruction Program ; Library Asso­ ciates. Lawrence E. Sawler, Economics­ Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Cap­ tain, Rush Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, I n i t i a t i o n Master ; Hocke y ; Arnold Air Society, Com­ mander; Dorm Counselor ; Freshman Advisor ; Convair Award ; Cecil Clark Scholarship Award; Distin­ guished AFROTC Cadet; All New England and All East Hockey. Arthur H . S chwartz, Mathemati cs-Pi Lambda Phi, President, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary , S o c i a 1 Chairman, Athletic Chairman ; Math Club ; Hille l ; Dorm Counselor ; Sen­ ior A d v i s o r ; Freshman Math Award ; Sigma Pi S igma. Gavin W. S c o t t i , Government­ Lambda Chi Alpha, S ocial Chair­ man ; V a r s i t y Football ; Varsity Football M a n a g e r ; Co-Chairman Winter Carnival Committee, Colby Eight ; Echo ; Assistant Dorm Coun­ cilor. Albert Sefarian, Jr., Psychology­ Kappa Delta Rho, Vice-President, Corresp onding Secretary ; Cheer­ leading; Tennis Team, Manager; S tudent Government S o cial Com­ mittee ; S tudent Advisor. L. Deborah Shliom, English Li terature. Benj amin D . Shreve, Art. Arthur S . Sills, History . L y n n W. Smith, American Civilization -Delta Alpha Upsilon, Publicity Chairman, Activities Chairman, So­ cial Chairman ; Glee Club, Women's S e cretary ; Concert Choir ; Library Associates.


S t a rbuck S m i t h I l l , Econom ics-Kappa Delta Rho, l FC Represe n t a t ive ; I FC , Vice Presiden t . Record i n g Secre­ tary : Soccer Tea m ; Dorm Counse­ lor; Student Ad i so r ; Chapel Usher; Student Government B l ue Ke ; Dean's L i s t . Charlene G o r s u n S o l o m o n , Mathemat­ ics-Ma t h C I u b ; H i llel ; B a n d ; Dean's Lis t : a t io n a l S t u d e n t As­ sociat ion Tutoring Pro ra m : Bayrd Scholarship ; Colb Scholarship. James L. Spa tes. Sociology-Kappa Delta Rho, Social Chairman, J un i o r T r i b u n e : O u t i n g Club : P o w d e r a n d Wig. Eric R. S pi tzer, Economics-D l t a Up­ silon, Preside n t ; ten's J ud i c iary. V i c e -P r e s i de n t ; l n terfratermty Council : Student Go\:ernment. V ice­ Presiden t , S t ud e n t Adviso r ; B lu e Key. J ud i t h S t a n ley. En Jish L i t ero l u r Glee C l u b , Echo ; Alpha D lta P i : O racle. E I i z a b e t h A . S t ark, B 10Jogy­ Women's A t h l t i c A soci l io n , Basketball M a n a g e r : O u t i n g Club. Elizabeth C. S t e ens, English Li tera­ t u re-Delta Del a Delta, Pled ge-cl s President, Rush Part Ch irma n : O ut i n g C l u b ; K a t a h d i n Counci l ; S k i Tea m , Capta in ; R u n n a l s ' nion C o m m i t tee, S t u d e n t G o \' n ' t R pre­ s e n t a l i e; 0 u t s I a n d i n g Pl d ge Award. John E. S t e ens, B u m e s A d m m i ! ra­ t ion-La mbda Chi Alpha ; Basket­ ball, C a p t a in . J o a n B. Str ssenger, h 1 O mega. S o ­ cial Chairma n ; W i n t e r Carnival. Secretary, Co-Chairman ; I n t e r n t io na l Rela t io n ; Dorm Counc il ; O u t i n g Club ; Powder & Wig.

Patricia Raymond Thomas, Psychol­ ogy-Delta Alpha Upsilon ; Po\, der & Wig, Treasurer; Colby Outing Club. Sall R. Thompson, Sociology-Chi O mega ; 0 u t i n g Club: Spanish Club ; Powder & W i g ; Student Go ernmen t ; J unior Class Trea s u rer : Fresh m a n Orien t a t io n Commit tee. A l fr d J . Tobias. Classics. Diana Trac . G o v e r n m e n I -C h i O mega, Forman Part Co-Chairman, Secretar ; O u t i n g Club ; Po\ der & � ig; tudent Govern ment Social Council : Dorm Counc i l : Win ter Carnival, Co-Chairma n ; Cap and Gown, Preside n t . R obert M . Tripp, So iology- Kappa Del ta R h o , Athletic Chairman. Tr asur r : Track, Captain : Golf Tea m . J u d i t h C. Turner. F ren ch- D l t a l p h a U p s i l o n . Record i n g S cret a ry ; R u n ­ nal Union Com m i t t • Se r e t a r�, Pr sid n t ; Fr nch Club; Spani h Club. William A T ·chs n. m ricon Lilero­ l u re-D lta U p ilon : Vars i t y Foo l ­ b II L y n n U r n r . Engl1 h Li l ro t u re-G lee C l u b : Cone rt C h a i r ; hapel Choir. Richard V nHall, Chi Alpha.

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J o h n D . Tewhey. Chemis l ry-Lambd Chi Alpha, Vice-Pr iden t : Footbal l : Club ; S t ud e n t Advisor: 1 ewman ROTC Arnold Air Soci ty, Tre· ur r; Oist ingui h .d C d t.

R a nd a ll J . Williams, B u s i ness Admin­ i s t ra tion-Delta K a p p a Epsilon, A l u m n i Secret a ry, Correspon d i n g Secretary ; Hocke y ; Ten nis. Dean D. Williamson, Soci ology-Zeta Psi. Eilee n C. W i 1 1 s , French-Sigma Kappa : R u n n e l s U n io n Comm i t t e e ; Y o u n g Republicans Club ; I n terna­ tional Relations Club ; Outing Club ; Orchestra, H a n gou t : Dean ' s L i s t . Cand ice J . W i lson, Fren ch-Glee C l u b , Vice-President, Libraria n ; W o m e n ' s Student League, Treasurer: J u n ior Ad isor; S t u d n t Christian Associa­ tion, Program Chairman : Phi S igma I o l a ; Dean's List. a n c S. Winslo\ , English L i l e ra l u re -Sigma Kappa ; Dorm Cou nci l ; Out­ i n g Club : C a nterbury Club ; J u n ior Year Abroad- U n i versit E eter, England.

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Richard J . Wad d i n I o n , Busin s m i n 1 s t ro l 1on-Ph1 0 lla Theta.

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Michael D. Ward. Gove rnmen t-Tau Del t a Phi. Presid nt. First Vice­ e ond Vice-Presid n l ; Prcsid n t . O u t i n g Club : Powder Wig; Hock y: H illel ; D bating Club : Young R public n s ; Young Demo­ cra t s ; John M r h I I Society.

Ja nice L. Wood. Sociology-Sigma Kappa. S c h o 1 a r s h i p Chairma n : Echo, ew s Ed i t or, Managing Edi­ tor, Ed itor-in-Chief, Editorial Board ; \\m a n Club, Secreter , Presiden t ; Dorm Counc i l ; S t udent Government ; I n terfaith Associa t i o n , Sccretar ; J u nior Class Cou ncil ; Powder & Wig; Cap Gown. J ames S. Wood ard, H i s t ory. john T. Workman, M o l h e m o l ics­ Chapel Choir : I ndep n d nt Counci l ; Fr s h m a n occer.

Eliot F. Terborgh. Econom 1 cs-O I l a Upsilon, Chaplin, Tr a s u rer. Secre­ tar : Colby Radio, B u iness Man­ a ge r ; You n g R public n s Club ; K a t a h d i n Council. O u t i n Club, So­ cial Chairma n , De n' Li t . i a n e T rr

Faith Wilder, E u ropean H i s t o ry­ Alpha Delta P i ; Panhellenic, V i ce­ Pres i d e n t, Presid e n t : Dorm Counc i l ; Dorm Chairman ; Head Resid ent ; W.A.A. ; Women's Student Leagu e ; S t u d e n t Govern men t ; Y o u n g Demo­ crats, Advisor; Student Facul t y Com m i t t ee o n Discri m i n a t i n g Prac­ t ices.

Kenneth E. Young. A r t . Robert M. Young. Mothemotics­ French C l u b ; Math Club ; Phi S igma I ota ; Sigma Pi Sigma. Fred J. W lz I , B iology- Kappa Della Rho, ocial Chairman, Execu t i e C o m m i t l ; Pr medical S o c i e t y : Fr sh m a n H ockey ; I n t e r m u r a l H ock y : Bo" ling; Footbal l : WMl l B ; O ut i n g Club.

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Michael P. Zit r , Econom i cs-Alpha Tau Omega, Social Chairman ; In­ tern a t i o n a l Relations Club ; Newman Club ; O u t i n g Club ; School Social Com m i t ! : J o h n Mer hall Society.


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ST U DEN T DI RECT ORY Men Abbott, Frank D., J r. '65 2 Old Ma rlboro Rd. Concord. Mass. Abercrombie, David C. '6 25 K n o l l wood Lane Darien, Conn. Adams, Leonard R . '6 94 Church S t . Ware, Mass. Adams, R o b e r t S . 426 Prospect S t . e\ Haven, Conn. Adelman, David J . '68 1 09 Washington S t . lorwich, Con n . Ahern, Robert P . , J r . '68 S a n ford Rd Wells Aisner, Robert 1 47 1 Beacon St. a b a n, Mas . Akeley. Carlton E. 8 Turner S t . Presque I sl e A l lison. Ed\ a rd T. · 8 46 Dover R d . Wellesley, la . A m a t o, Leonardo A. '67 1 4 Redl o n Rd. Portland Ami rsakis. J a m es J . '68 e. 900 H u n t i n gt o n Boston. fass. Ammann, Richard E., J r. '66 1 52 Hayden Rowe S t . H o p k i n t o n , Mass. Anderson, Chari s I I . '07 4108 0 ·c k m a n Rd. 1idland. Mich. A n d e rson, Charle P. '68 Box 42 e \ S wed n A n d e rson, David C. '65 30 Longfello' A e. B r u nswick Anderson, Pe er C. '66 3 1 01 M ichigan Bh d . Racine. Wisc. Anderson, William J . '65 1 9 1 2 P a l m r Av • Larchmont, .Y A n d re\ s, R o E. ' 8 864 o. Main St. Brockton, Mass. A n n es, Brue L. '65 15 H a t h a \ ay Rd. Scarsdale, .Y. A n t i k , R a n d a l l W. '05 20 Lime S t . B o s t o n , Ma s. Archa m b a u l t , John C. ' 7 18 Wayne S t . Norwich, C o n n . A r m i s t ad. Thomas Ir. ' 8 240 Delevan Av . Corni n g. N. Y. A r m s t ro n g, Chrisoph r D. '68 1 1 75 W. Lake Ave. R hway, .J.

Di i ion r m s t rong, S t ewart, J r. '68 15 Croton S t . Wellesle , Hills, Mass. Arnold, Peter S. '68 S neech Pond Rd. Cumberland, R . I . r o n s o n . D a id S. '67 21 B e l m o n t Rd. Brookl ine, Ma s. Arsa n . oven '66 Esent p e , Keskin K. Sor 2 I tanbul. Turke • A a IT. A l l n G. '67 93 Han cock S t . uburnd le. Mas A a ff. Wade J . '68 93 Hanco k St. uburndale. Mass. stor, K n n e t h . '6 1 1 9 Pitt St. Po rtland A ube, Rich rd A. '66 6 9 1ew Harwinton Rd. Torrin ton. Conn. Boer. l i n t o n D . J r. · 8 R hoboth. s . B a ggs. Robert E .. J r. '65 281 Lovell Rd. Hold n . Mas . B a i l e . Charles \ . , II '68 462 oods l l o l e Rd. Woods Hole, Mass. Bailey. j oh n H . '68 35 LO\·ell Rd. Concord. Mas . B iley, Lawr nee D. '65 36 R d B rn Rd. � ayland, a . B 1 le . Christoph r B. '67 1 52 Mt V rnon t . Middleto' n. Conn. B n k rt, Richard W. '65 10 Colby· Rd. Wellesle , Mass. B a rbour. Wesle • E. · 6 1 788 River Rd. M nch ster, . H . Barker, Bruce W. '66 140 S u n n ieholme Dr. Fairfield, Con n . Barnes. David T . '68 2524 W. Emans Ave. Allentown, Pa. Barrie, Richard B . '67 1 62 Branch St. Scituate, Ma s. Bate , Lincoln S. '67 5 Edward Ave. Lyn n fi I d . Mass. Ba t taglia, Fabio F. '67 2 1 1 1 B a n gs Av . Neptune. N . J . Ba t c r , J oh n H . E. '65 17 Chu rch S t . Ware, Mass. B a x t r, L e d y a r d S . '67 745 M a i n S t . Newington, Conn. 1 79

Beatus. Peter E. '65 1 2 1 E. 79th St. ew York, N . Y . Beaverstock, Eric E. '65 16 Perr Ave. Nashua. N . H . Beddoe, Richard A. '68 60 Hosmer S t . Acton, M a s s . Beechinor, R obert M . '65 1 52 Federal S t . W. H a r t ford, C o n n . B egg. Da id A. '65 4 S u n s e t A e. · Methuen, Mass. Begin, Carl E. '66 84 Summer S t . Water ille B e i n , J a m e s W. '67 8 Carrean S t . Water ille B e low, R. B a r c l a y '67 40 1acMillan Dr. Bruns' ick B elow, R. B a rcia '67 40 MacMillan Dr. Bruns' ick Benjamin, Anthon M. '67 4 W. 74 S t . N e w Y o r k . N.Y. B e n j a m i n , Martin C. '68 97 Concord R d . Wayland, Mass. B erger, J a so n '65 76 Clark Ave. Chelsea, Mess. Bernau, H a n s P. '66 330 Hart ford Rd. So. Orange, N . J . Bernstein, La' rence H . '67 698 Lflurel S t . Longmeadow, M a s s . B erube, Da id A. '67 MDA Bangor S t . , 1 63 Augusta B erube. Edward C. '67 69 Grinnell S t . Fa l l Ri e r , Mass. B everidge, Arthur W. '65 809 Forest G l e n Rd. Silver S p r in g, Md. Beyer, Frederick A., I I '67 51 Parker Rd. Wakefield, Mass. B i rch, George R. '66 332 Reser e SL Boonton. N. J . Birk inbine, John L . , J r. '68 597 Central S t . Framingham C e n t e r . Mass. B irlem, Charles W. '66 South est H a rbor B rinbaum, Robert '68 247 GI n C t . T a neck, N . J. B i shop, Lawrenc P. '67 43 Locust S t . Madison B ishop Richard A . '66 4041 R d d i n g Rd. # 1 Westport, Con n . S ither, James M . '66 72 Prospect S t . Port l a n d


Blaine, Alton F . , Jr. '65 73 Middlesex R d . Darien, Conn. Blatz, Durand B . , Jr. '66 2 3 B eaumont Ave. Wallingford, Conn B lumberg, Norman D . '68 70 West St. B rockton, Mass. Blumenthal, Peter L. '66 53 Beacons field R d . B rookline, M a s s . Boghosian, T h o m a s F. ' 6 6 44 S p r i n g A v e . B rockton, Mass B onner, Robert B . '68 235 Amherst S t . Wethersfield, Conn. Boothby, Ronald I . '67 216 Main St. Gorham Boothby, William F. '65 4100 Granville Rd. Westerville, Ohio B orchers, Kenneth A. '68 509 Norway St. B erlin, N . H . Botelho, B arry G. '67 20 B ellevue S t . No. D artmouth, Mass. B oukar, B ernard '68 Mission Catholique Moundou (Tchad) B oulette, E . Thomas '65 46 Silver St. Waterville Boulos, Joseph F . '68 275 Cottage Rd. So. Portland Bowie, Gordon W. '65 1 Iroquois Dr. Brightwaters, N. Y . Bragg, John W . '65 1 1 Graham Ave. B angor Breese, Stephen C . '67 Lake Dr. Mendham, N.J. B rennan, George A. '68 452 Chelms ford St. Lowell, Mass. B right, James F. 221 8 Woodmere Dr. Cleveland Hts., Ohio B rodinsky, Michael '66 94 O l d P o s t Rd. O l d S aybrook, Conn. Brody, R ob e r t D . '65 1047 Park Ave., E-4 Vineland, N . J . B romfield, H a r o l d A . , Jr. ' 6 8 Tenney Hill Rd. Kittery Pt. B romwell, Phillip W. '67 259 Main S t . H in gham, Mass. B rooke, S tephen W . '67 22 D erby Lane Weston, Mass. B rookes, Kenneth C . '68 1 2 3 Winthrop S t . Augusta Brown, Christopher C. '65 Dover Rd. D over, Mass.

B rown, Michael P. '68 Two Lights R d . C a p e Elizabeth B rowning, J e ffrey F . '67 2609 Colchester Rd. Cleveland, Ohio B rowning, Kenneth R . '67 1 1 6 Chestnut S t . Fairhaven, M a s s . Brownlee, Rob ert L. ' 6 7 6829 Hammerstone W a y Cincinnati, O h i o B ruce, Philip C . '67 52 Elm S t . E . Hart ford, Conn. B rudno, S tephen J . '65 3 Buckingham Rd. Quincy, Mass. B ryan, D avid W. '67 67 Adams Pt. R d . B arrington, R . I . B ryan, Kennon W. '65 3620 Rockland Terr. McLean, Va. B ub ar, John H. '68 No. Anson B uckley, Howard R. 121 Park Pl. Eau Claire, Wisc. B uller, Claude L . '65 100 Pool Rd. No. Haven, Conn. Bullis, Eugene M. '67 So. Summit Ave. Gaithersburg, M d . B unche, Ralph J . '65 1 1 5 -24 Grosvenor R d . K e w Gardens, N.Y. B urke, Kevin F. '67 Box 3877, APO 283 New York, N.Y. Burks, George A. '65 432 Mountain View R d . Englewood, N . J . B urrell, William E., Jr. '66 Box 5 Waquoit, Mass. B yrne, Donn K. No. B el grade Cain, George M. '66 125 Chestnut S t. Wakefield, Mass. Call, Malcolm L. '65 Knowlton Quebec, Canada Campbell, Steven F. '68 5 1 Forest Ave. O rono Camplin, Peter M . '65 2 1 6 Hillside Dr. Orchard Pk., N.Y. Candido, Joseph D . '67 434 Waite St. Hamden, Conn. Caplice, John L. '68 2 3 Gorham Rd. Harwichport, Mass. Carnevale, Anthony P . '68 Main St. Saco Carney, Francis J . '67 126 B urlington St. Lexington, Mass. Carney, Frank T., Jr. '65 1 87 Stoner Dr. W. Hartford. Conn.

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Carnochan, J oh n F. '65 Lantern Lane Cumberland Foreside Carpenter, Bruce W. '68 Cove Rd. S tonington, Conn. Carpente r, Stephen S. '67 1 Edgewood St. Waterville Carter, Denis R . '66 17 Lake Ave. Melrose, Mass. Carvellas, J oh n N . '66 937 Mountain Ave. B erkeley Heights, N.J. Caulfield, Edward M . '68 58 Carson Ave. Dalton, Mass. Chabot, Gregory R. '66 Cherry Hill Terr. Waterville Chait, David H. '67 41 1 New Harwinton Rd. Torrington, Conn. Champagne, Lucien L. '67 77 Horton St. Lewiston Chapman, Clark D., I I I '68 234 Deering Ave. Portland Chigira, Nobutaka 57 S endagi-cho, Komagome, B unkyoku Tokyo, Japan Childs, Henry M., III '68 310 Beach 94 St. Rockaway B e ach, N.Y. Churchill, Robert S . '67 26 Wheeler Pk. B runswick C lark, Erwin Terry '66 122 Dauntless Lane Hartford, Conn. Clarner, J onathan '65 27 Westbourne Rd. Concord, N.H. Clasquin, Frederick H. '68 100 Lowder St. Dedham, Mass. Clayman, Stuart J . '67 1 755 No. Shore Rd. R e vere, Mass. Cleghorn, Timothy F. '65 142 Garth Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y. Clipsham, Neil B. '65 1 3 89 Westover Rd. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Clivner, Michael S. '66 186-49 Grand Central Pkwy. J amaica Estates, N.Y. Clough, Peter J . '68 224 State S t . B angor Coady, Bradford B . '67 25 Spring Lane Canton, Mass. Coggan, Peter S . '65 Warren Lane Alpine, N.J. Cohen, Arnold S. '68 77 Mandalay Newton Center, Mass. Colby, Richard B . '68 Main St. D ennis, Mass.


Colcher, Pa ul S. '66 4658 Gros en or Ave. Ne\ York. .Y. Coll i n s, Harve A . . f r. '68 39 o. H i l l s i d e P l . R i d g e " ood, . f . Comparet t i , R o g e r F. '68 22 Llo •d R d . Water ille Comstock, R o b e r t E .. Jr. '6 80 R u m fo rd S t . W. H a r t ford. Conn. Connolly, Joseph B . '6 8 Dover S t . ledford, Mass. Connolly. Joseph J. '66 25 Rice R d . H ingh a m , fass. Connors, R o l a nd . '66 Brownville J c t . Cono\•er. Gar) C. '68 50 Dartmouth R d . fountain Lak s, 1 . J . Cooke, I ra C. '68 44 R u n � on ve. Deal, . J . Cook o n . John . · 90 R ock :1eadow Rd. \: es wood . 1a Cooper, J o h n G. ' 7 H Cherryval \'e. Springfield, 1a . Coop r, Scott C. '68 43 Reed S t . Le ington. 1a . Coriell, James L. · 7 12 Lincoln Terr foor stown, .J. Cormia. Fra nk E. '68 183 Hudson St Pelham, .Y. Cornell, J ohn R. '65 1 1 8 Forest A\'e. Orono Corne l l , R ichard E., J r. '68 23 Coun t r)·side L n , 1 on ood, tas . Corm a l l , A o d r e v B . · 5 20 Hale St. Rockport, Mas . C o l l i e, W i l l i a m T .. J r . · 5 23 Rooseve l t A ve. Waten i l l e Coughl in, Eug ne c .. 1 1 1 '67 444 Pine S t . R u m ford Cox, Thomas A. '66 RFD, Brewster. M a s s . Crabbe, Douglas W. '67 26 North S l . M a t t a p o i e l l , Ma s . Crawford, G regg S '68 36 Brookside Dr. Wilb raha m, Mass. Crocker, h rles L . ' 8 1 1 Federal S t . Bucksport Cromw JI, J o h n H . · 6 6 Ca t i e R d . Lex ington, Mass. Cronin, Paul E. '67 95 R crvo1r Ave. Revere, Mass. rosby, Mark A. ' 8 14 J oseph R cd L n W. A c ton, Ma s.

Cross, Peter S. '65 RFD # 1 B o ford, Mass. Crowell, Timoth A . '67 Chestn u t H i l l Rd. S t a m ford, Conn. Cullen, W a l t er J . '67 124 Pine S t . Dan e r s , Mass. Curle , Christopher B . '67 11 Round H i l l R d . Le i n g t o n , Mass. Currie, Charles E.'65 6 Mathews A e. ater i l l e C u r r i e r , Colb V. '66 20 K i ngswood Wa�, S lsdon Su rrey, England Cut ler, Charles M . '67 1925 Cropsey Ave. Brook) ·n. .Y. Cutler, Da\'id S. '65 Wa htn ton t . D u burv , i ss. C u t i r, 1 icha el W · 6 Lindsle} Rd. w Vernon, . J . D hl fred, J o h n E. · 6 I. 1 29 Pin Portland Dai n. Donald . '68 e. 1 8 Le i ngton Suff rn. .Y. Da in, Chri topher M . '65 ug r Htll Rd Fa l ls Villag , Conn. Dale} , john R . · 8 27 Hold n S t . \ ore st r. 1 s. Danforth, D n F. · RFD # 2 D o er-Fo croft D ey, Bruce M · 5 1 01 9-7th A e., .W. Roch I r, Mmn Daviau. Robert J . '68 Cherry H t l l Dr. Water ille Da\ i , Edgar C., Jr. ' 8 650 Forest Av . Westfield, . J . D i , J a mes J . '67 RF # 1 W s t port, N.Y. Oa i . Kenn t h '68 W. Main Rd. L i t t l e Compton, R.I. Davis, R ichard W. '65 67 Lawton Rd. Needham. Ma s. Davis, Robert B. ' 1 466 S m i t h Rd. Ashland, Ohio D cas, William C. '68 18 H igh S t . Wareham, Mass. Oelet t sky, Richard P. '68 82 W i n t e r S t . Auburn D'Elia, J oseph JI. '68 575 Main S t . Harw ichport, Mass. D .m r, J o h n H . ' 7 7 Sharon r. h h i r ', Conn.

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Demong, Thomas A. '68 Sweet R d . Manlius, N . Y . DeNicola, Daniel D . '68 684 Park Ave. Manhasset, N.Y. Denny, Nelson J . '68 4 Wills Rd. N e ' t o w n , Conn. Denn ·Brown, Myles R. '65 3 Mercer Circle Cambridge, Mass. Densen, Peter '68 496 S u m m i t A e. Maplewood, N . J . Derderian, Edmond J . '68 P.O. Bo 738 Beirut, Lebanon DeRosa, Vincent A. '67 81 Beechwood Ave. W . Long Branch, . J . DeSimone, John R . '68 224 Moraine SL B rockton. Mas . De mond, John S. '67 5 Revolulionar Rd. Le ington, Mass. DeVince n t is, Richard A. '68 48 Po" der House Rd. E t. Med ford , Mass. Dickinson. Leslie A . '67 1 32 M a i n St. Pa l l en DiMaio, A l fred J ., Jr. '65 1 755 Paine S t . Yorktov n Heights, N.Y. D i on, R ussell M. '68 Glen Helen Hous Y llow Springs, O h io Dock. St ephen V. '67 RFD # 1 B th l Dodge, Martin C. '65 6 1 2 So. Brooks ale Rd. Ch sh ire, Conn. Doll, W i l l ia m M . '68 14 E. 52 S t . ew York, N . Y . D o n h u e , Thomas A. '68 1 45 Caterson Terr. Harlsdale, N.Y. Donahue, William J . '68 5 06 Hoo er S t . Bet hesda, M d . Donaldson, Malcolm L., Jr. '68 Trapelo R d . Lincoln, Mass. D o n n e l l , John C .. J r. '68 1 0727 So. Seel A c. Ch icago, I l l . D o w n , Edgar S . I l l '68 907 0 ford S t . Wort h i n gton. Ohio Drawbridg , J a m es N., Jr. '68 rvoir S t . R H o l d n, Mass. risko, Elliot H., J r. '67 10 M i t ch II Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. Dubitsky, Stanle '65 1 576 H i gh l and A e. F I I R i ver. Mass. Ouk s, Edw rd N . ' 5 62 T lor R d . W . I [ rt fo rd, C o n n .


D u k e s , Sheridan '68 24 Springfield Ave. Cranford, N.J. Dunn, Andrew P. '68 328 Spencer Pl. Paramus, N . J . D u n n , Jeffrey M. '67 200 Saratoga St. Lawrence, Mass. Dunnack, Llewellyn S . , Jr. '65 1 6 Waban St. Augusta Dunnell, Richard L., Jr. '65 32 Pine St. Exeter, N.H. Dunton, Frank P. '68 115 Howard St. Melrose, Mass. Durgin, Daniel C. '65 Old Post Rd. Kitt ery Dustin, Harry Hall '68 72 Woburn St. Andover, Mass. Eagle, J . Frederick, III '65 161 E. 64 St. New York, N.Y. Easton, Thomas A. '68 RFD #2 Fairfield St., Oakland Eck, Charles R . , Jr. '65 661 Lakeside Dr. B ridgeport, Conn. Eckel, John L. '66 3330 Halissee St. Miami, Fla. Eckhardt, Harvey A. '65 49 Englewood Dr. New Haven, Conn. Edelstein, Mark G. '68 38 Chester St. Nashua, N.H. Egbert, Rob ert H. '66 257 Lynn St. Harrington Pk. N . J . Eggleston, Gregory S . '68 823 Paradise Way Sarasota, Fla. Eiseman, John M. '66 55 Puritan Lane Swampscott, Mass. Eisenb erg, James P . '67 4 B rook Hill Dr. Worcester, Mass. Elder, Robert D., I I I '66 Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Elder, Robert G. '67 Ravenscroft , Phillipsburg, N . J . Eldrige, R o n a l d H . '68 6 Perry Ave. Bzzards Bay, Mass. Elliott, David C . '68 RFD #1 Waterville Elliott, Gary· W. '68 10 Violette Ave. Waterville Erdmann, David G. '66 801 Springfield Ave. Cranford, N.J. Erickson, Carroll L., Jr. '67 38)12 Elm St. Waterville Evans, Llewellyn J., Jr. '68 211 Richard Ct. Massapequa Pk., N.Y.

Fagan, Edward M. '67 304 Scudder Ave. Northport, N.Y. Farnham, Raymond W., Jr. '67 789 High St. Bath Farnum, Peter E. '67 Old Farm Rd. Dover, Mass. Farr, S idney W. 6 B artlett St. Waterville Faunce, lrving B. '67 210 Northern Ave. Gardiner Faust, Carl R . '67 Box 405 W. Milford, N.J. Fearon, D avid S . '65 25 Parsons Rd. Portland Feinberg, Barry L. '65 1 340 Trafalgar St. W. Englewood, N.J. Fell, James E. '66 655 Rock St. Fall River, Mass. Fellows, Peter F . '66 41 Auburn St. Concord, N.H. Ferretti, William P. '65 56 Maple Ave. Shrewsbury, Mass. Field, John W. '66 1450 Hillside Rd. Fairfield, Conn. Field, Robert E. '67 Rt. 1 1 6 Purdys, N.Y. Filadoro, Alfred E. '67 335 Upham St. Melrose, Mass. Fine, J oseph M. '67 76 Hill Ct. Pompton Lakes, N . J . Fineman, William ' 6 7 20 E. 35 St. New York, N.Y. Finizio, A. Francis '66 564 Pleasant St. Milton, Mass. Finkle, Bernard M. '68 9 Winchester Rd. Newton, Mass. Finn, Marshall E. '68 54 Pierce St. Malden, Mass. Fischer, David '66 8 Fuller Ave. Chatham, N.J. Fleuren, Jeff '65 306 Elizabeth Ave. Cranford, N.J. Flint, Jean-Jacques G. '67 22 Ave. Niel Paris, France Floyd, Carl M. '66 2 Middle St. Farmington Fogel, Karl A. '68 1 40 Eliot St. B rookline, Mass. Ford, S tephen D . '68 20 Mt. Vernon St. Gardiner

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Foritano. J a mes C. '65 5 Chester S t . Arlington, Mass. Foster, Richard G. '68 256 Dedham S t . e w t o n . Mass. Fo man, Stephan J . '65 5 1 1 D aroco R d . C o r a l Gables. Fl a. Fraley. illiam I . '66 90 1 Ra ·mere Ave. Wanama sa, J. Franci , K . S t uart 1 9 Ba s wood I . 'ew i n gton, Conn. Fraser. R ichard G . '68 3 Thoma Lane S carsdale. 1.Y. Friedler. Louis I 624 E l m t . 'e\\ Haven, Conn. Frizzell, Peter 68 1 5 Lowell t Lynnfield . • fa Fro t , Ed\\ a rd 1 O Churc h St . O a k ! nd Frutk off, Jn ing \ . '68 24 G l e n Ave. . w t o n Center, • 1 Fucillo. Th odore L. ' 8 1 4 Barb a ra Lan 1edford, 1 a • Fulton. hcha 1 D. 67 76 S o Berg n Pl. Freeport, • . Y . G a i l lard, Tristr m C. · 7 50 E. St. 'ew York • . . Y. Garnett. Leon P. '68 Bro\'1.· n v i l l e J c t . G a r n e t t . S t a n l e · I. '65 45 1omument A\ . 1ah·ern. Pa Garon. G e ra l d S. 5 43 Chener} St Portland Garrett. Robert C. · 8 24 Ra msdell R d . Fa l m o u t h Geitmann, P e t e r B . '68 35863 , o. Beach Rd. Ocononowoc, Wisc. G iles, A n t hony S. '6 58 Pleasant S l Marblehead, M a G i l l mor, J o h n P . ' s 49 H i gh S t . Camd n G i l m a n , M icha l C. · 5 33 E l l i o t t S t . 8 verly, M ss. G i l more, R ichard S . ' o 235 H rriet St. So. Port land G l a d tone, Dana P. '67 55 Old Farm Rd. 'e\ ton, Ma . GI zr!, J ohn B. · 1 05 He t h \ ood R d . W i l l i ms il l e. .Y. G I · n n , hristoph .r l l . 'b7 Julian t . K ye, . Y .

e w t o n , Mas . Cordon, Robert A. '65 1951 Zo l l i n ger R d . Colum bus, O h i o G o u l d , Ja m es M . '68 o. Ja · G o u l d , Rodney E. '65 4 Winthrop S t . Stoneham, Mass. Gr bosky, Peter N . '66 1 45 Elmwood R d . V rone, N.J. Gracia, Rob rt A . '67 34 Coolidge S t . D rtmouth, Mass. , r a ff. Harry G., I l l '67 11 L i l l y Lane> Dedham. M s . Gray, Alan H. '68 84 Hillside Av . Em rson, N . J . Gr;i y, Bl'rnard L . '68 No. Brook v i i i

G r a . D a v i d H . '67 Etna . . H. Gra}, Kenneth C. '65 38 MacArthur R d . a l ick, M a s s . G r e e n e , John S. '66 345 Upham S t . Melrose, ass. Gronlund, J a y K . '65 589 Mon terey A\e. Pelham, .Y. Gros m e n , Robert C. '68 27 Evens Ave. Freeport, N.Y. Gruber, Robert M . '67 14 Long Vie R d . W. H a r t fo rd, C o n n . G rzelecki, Al fred J . '65 1 938 Tower e. chenectad , N . Y . Curl • , Peter C. '67 291 5 K u l p Rd. Eden, . Y . Habeshian, R i c h a r d I . '68 49 Bridge R d . Belmont. M a s s . Habif, Steph n A. ' 6 7 7 Winona A e. Ha verh ill, Mass. Hadgis, Nicholas J. '67 2565 Elm St. Ma nchester, N . H . Hagop ian, Harold M. '67 539 Spring St. No. Dighton, Mass. Haigis, Peter J . '67 Rt. # 1 Sca rboro Hal arson, B re t l L. '67 14 Twelfth S t . Berlin, N.H. I l a n n o n , J ffre E. '68 30 Hartley S t . Port land II rdenbergh, Chaim rs M . '67 1 80250 1 2 t h Ave. N. Wayzata. M i n n . H a rd y , W i l l i m P. '67 Bo 357 W i l l on Herman, Rr d L. '68 1 65 S t o ner D r. W. ort ford, o n n . ll arrington. j o h n E., J r. " 16 Wint rport


Harrington, John F. '66 1 0 Loring R d . Lexington, M a s s . H artman, S o l o m o n J . '67 8 Whiting St. Providence, R . I . H a r w o o d , R ichard B . '65 303 S pirea Dr. Dayton, Ohio Haskell, David F . '65 1 8 Jordt St. Manchester, Conn. Haskell, David W. '68 2 1 H i ghland Ave. Houlton Hatch, David R. '65 1 Parsons Ave. Lynnfield, Mass. Hauck, R o b ert J . P . '67 1 9 Western B lvd. Gillette, N.J. Haughton, Alfred, Jr. '67 7 Linwood S q . B o ston, Mass. Hayden, Robert L., Jr. '68 21 Shaw Rd. Swamps cott, Mass. Heend, Richard P. '67 1 05 Water S t . P aterson, N . J . H e i k e s , Dana L., J r . '68 165 Aldershot Lane Manhasset, N.Y. Helmer, James C . '67 42 B rinckerhoff Ave. S tamford, Conn. Hely, Charles J . '68 20 Stoneleigh Pk. Westfield, N . J . H e n r i c h , W i l l i a m A. '68 1 708 Central Ave. Needham, Mass. Hersh, Dennis G. '68 1 5 1 Westridge Dr. W. Hartford, Conn. Hertz, B ruce E . '65 9 E d gewood Dr. Freehold, N.J. Hill, Jonathan B . '66 388 B eacon St. B oston, Mass. Hill, Thomas A. '65 1205 Heberton Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hiss, R o ger A. '66 59 Hill St. Floral Pk., N.Y. Hoadley, Kenneth L. '68 No. R iver Rd., Milford, N.H. Hobart, Peter M. '68 265 Converse St. Longmeadow, M a s s . H o d g e , R obert J . , Jr. ' 6 5 Child's R d . B ernardsville, N . J . H odgkins, Raymond E. '68 RFD # 1 , Box 55 B ar Harbor Hodsdon, Caleb T. '66 3703 W. Weyb urd R d . R i c h m o n d , Va . Holden, Randall L. '65 142 Lyons Rd. Scarsdale, N.Y.

Hooker, George D . '65 31 Loomis Pl. New Haven, Conn. Hopengarten, Frederic f . '67 68 Avalon R d . Waban, Mass. Hopgood, Thomas H. '67 23 Newton St. B rockton, Mass. Horton, Charles W. '67 1061 Ardsley Rd. Schenectady, N .Y. Houghton, Charles E., Ill '66 Holiday Inn Intervale, N.H. Howe, Douglas N . , Jr. '67 9 Smithshire Estates Andover, Mass. Hubert, Claude D. 1 Rancourt Ave. Winslow Hughes, Robert E . , Jr. '68 Davenport Ridge Rd. New Canaan, Conn. Hunnewell, Richard W. '67 23 Carroll St. So. Portland Hunter, Todd W . '68 2 Monica Rd. Worcester, Mass. Hunter, William R . '68 24 Garden R d . Newton, M a s s . Huston, F r a n k W . '65 5 Fenway St. Portland Hutchins, John C . '68 303 Boston Post R d . Sudbury, Mass. Hyde, Albert A. '65 Old Redding R d . W e s t o n , Conn. Hyde, John W. '68 4 Park Circle Hingham, Mas s . Hyler, Harvey J . '65 319 Tappan Terr. Brookline, Mass. Hymoff, Ira H. '65 45 Monson St. B rockton, Mass. Ingh am, William P . '66 1212 39th Ave. No. S eattle, Wash. Irish, Allen M . '68 Mere Point R d . B u n s wick Irish, Joel W. '67 RFD # 1 Turner I rish, John H . '68 RFD # 1 Turner Ives, Edwin R., Jr. '65 132 Henry St. Westbury, N.Y. Ives, Peter B . '65 Williston Acad. Easthampton, Mass. J ab ar, Joseph M. '68 7 B artlett S t . Waterville Jackman, Robert E. '67 1 5 Woodland St. Whitinsville, Mass.

J ambriska, Joseph, Jr. '68 R ound Hill Rd., Resor Estate Greenwich, Conn. Jansen, Nicholas S . '67 40 Channing Rd. Dedham, Mass. Jaspin, Elliot G . '68 1 935 Brookwood Dr. B aldwin, N.Y. Jepson, Donald H. '67 Meadow Lane, RD # 2 Cumberland, R.I. J erolmon, David N . '68 Churchill Rd. Augusta Jewell, Dale C. '65 Agusta Rd. Winslow Johnson, David E. '67 785 Commercial St. Weymouth, Mass. J ohnson, Kenneth E. '67 8 Histon Rd. Trumbull, Conn. Johnson, Russell P., Jr. '68 3 Ivy Lane Denver, Colo. Johnson, Steven P. '66 6 Terrace Dr. B arrington, R . I . Jordan, Arthur A., I I I '68 218 Martha's R d . Alexandria, Va. Jost, John P. '68 2659 Fairview Dr. Mountainside, N.J. Jude, Richard L. '68 B o x 147 Ellsworth Falls Kain, Richard A., Jr. '68 341 Stonington Rd. Pawcatuck, Conn. Kantor, Shepard J . '65 29-40 1 72 St. Flushing, N.Y. Karsheh, Issa E . '68 Miss Coat's Bldg., Bulad St. Zerga, J ordan Katz, J ames H. '67 279 W. Elm St. B rockton, Mass. Katz, Stephen R . '67 92 Nahant Ave. Winthrop, Mass. Kay, George J . '67 709 High St. Hanson, Mass. Kay, Philip M. '67 1 4 Mason Rd. Newton Center, Mass. Kechej ian, J ohn R . '68 88 Lewis Rd. B elmont, Mass. Keenan, Clarke M. '68 91 Westgate Wellesley, Mass. Keene, David S . '68 93 Oak St. Reading, Mass. Keene, Douglas R . '66 93 Oak St. Reading, Mass. Kelley, David M. '65 1 4 College Rd. Princeton, N.J.

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Lane, Kenneth S . '68 3070 ostrand A e. Brook! n, N.Y. La n m a n , Da i d H., I I I '68 15 H u lse S t . B e l l port, .Y. Lardieri, Peter J . '66 54 5 t h S t . e\ ark, . J . Larouche, J a m es L. '66 33 Plea s a n t S t . 1ilo Latham. Howard M. '6 70 Bel vedere Dr. Cran ton, R . I . Lathrop. J ffre� T. '68 Bo 401 m h rst, .H. Latvis, i l l i a m '66 17 Hook r S t . a hua, .H. La\\ J e s , W i l l i a m J .. l 1 I '67 50 S a m m i s S t . Ro\\ t o n . Conn. La , P ter J • 6 29 Linwood S t . rlington. Ma s. L Beau, Donald P. 'b5 252 I in S t . E t h a m p t o n , Ma s . L m i u x , Richard P. '67 20 Fran lin St t rville Leopold, John P. '68 13 a m m ll Dr Y rdley, Pa Le ko, w l a n d . '67 61 D pol S t L i v rmore Fa ll L in. Ch rte R ' 7 251 Winch t r l . Brook l i n , Mas . Lc\'ine. Frederic E. ' 8 76 Pl ant St al r ille L e \ • i s . Richard S . · 8 41 Tooker Ave. 0 · lcr Ba , .Y. L wi , Rob rt B. '65 18 Turn r Dr. h ppaqu , .Y. L wis, Ronald S. '65 13 Rich rd o n Ave Li vermore Falls Libby, R ichard D. ' 8 R FD # 2 Wa t erville Lilley, K n ne t h B. '67 Pl a a n t Hill R d . Sc rboro Lit t le. Craig B. '66 470 High S t . H a m p t o n , N H. Locsi n , icholas T. '65 977 High St. 8 lh

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May, Kenneth D. '67 33 Irving St. Waltham, Mass. Mayo, David L. '66 610 Commercial St. Provincetown, Mass. McCabe, James L. '65 607 No. Chester R d . S warthmore, P a . McCabe, Jeffrey A. '68 27 Walker Lane W. Hartford, Conn. McCollum, Fred L. '67 34 R iverview Dr. Ashland, Mass. McCormack, Joseph P. '68 24 Raynold Rd. Mountain Lakes, N.J. McDonald, Bruce B . '68 239 S andringham Rd. Rochester, N.Y. McDowell, Charles C. '65 Haven S t . Dover, M a s s . McElroy, G e r a l d P . '65 So. Main Rd. Vineland, N.J. McGirr, John M. '67 1 7 Adams S t . B elmont, M a s s . McGuire, Michael J . '68 24 Sunset Lane Portland McKinney, William J., Jr. '68 1 5 Raddin Terr. S augus, Mass. McKinstry, Gary W. '66 Mohawk Trail Charlemont, Mass. McLarty, Rob ert A. '68 70 So. Franklin Tnpk. Ramsey, N.J. McLennan, Charles J . '66 4 Elm St. Norwood, N.Y. McMahon, Michael E. '65 1647 Wallace St. Stroudsburg, Pa.

McWhirter, Alan D. '68 133 Lansdowne Rd. Warwick, R.I. Meindl, Eric A. '67 976 W. Main St. Meriden, Conn. Merkel, R ichard '67 63 Sixth Ave. Westwood, N.J. Merrill, Philip L. '68 Tuttle Rd. Cumberland Merrill, Robert K. '67 RFD, Greensboro, Vt. Merritt, B ra d ford A. '68 483 Country Way Egypt, Mass. Metcalf, Michael ¡W. '68 33 Lakeview Ave. Falmouth, Mass.

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o c k . Wal ter R. '66 A q u s t i n Ahumada 3 1 0 1 e . ico C i t y , Me ico ce, H a rr • C. '66 606 elson A e. La nsdale, Pa. O a t s, W i l l i a m A., Jr. 'G5 t Paul's Sch. Concord. .H. O'Connor. John I .'65 73 B rue P k . Dr. Tre n t o n , . ) . O'Connor. Leonard F. '67 4 Andre\ S t \ a tert o\\ n , 0 s t reicher, L 4 -1 1 \ • End ve. , \ York. Y. Ogu . raid B. '68 48 Tem p l e A\e. \i i n t h rop. 1ass. O l de, W i lli am T .. J r. '66 Rd 2 Vall \ For D ri n: Conn. O l iv e t t i , l fr d C. '65 I v r a, I t a l� Ison. J ffre D '68 entry Hil l Rd York Harbor , ' 111, H erb rt G. '6; 75 Pa l m r \ . Larchmo n t . ' Y ' R 1 1 1 � . John H · 31 K ra ft Y Bron \: i l l borne, R1 h rd T. '6 1 29 er La ne Hick viii , .Y. o · hea, John f . ' 7 9 C lvin Rd. L} n n fas . 0 tendorf Karl B. · l Ridge Pk v . t a m ford, Conn. Pa lm •r. Al nder W. '68 S k a t i n g Pond Rd. W I o n . fa s. Palombo, William R. '68 6 Columbia R d . A r l i n g t o n , Ma Panep n l o, Barr . ' 18 t. 91 Lak Le Ro . Y. Pari h, David F'. '65 75 Bever! • Rd. N w H v n , onn. P r r t o n , Prosprr K. '65 Acad m y R d . Woodst ock, C o n n . P rk . L o n a rd C. '67 1 588 heridan Rd. So. Euclid, Ohio Par ons, J o h n C. ' 5 3-1 Lit hgow S t Winslow P l t Prson, D vid R . · 6 S h i rl y Ave. Fi h k i l l . .Y. Pa w l o \.·v icz, P ler H . 65 308 Maple St. �. Longm<!adow, Mas . Pa. I o n , Peter C. '65 33 York S t . L1!xington. M a

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Pen h a l e , David A . '66 1 B a rberr Lane Concord, N.H. Penniman, Kingman D. '67 P.O. B o 461 4 Beiru t , Lebanon Perkins, John S . '66 1 24 Kenduskeag Ave. Bangor Peterson, J o h n A. 1 24 Western Ave. Water i l le Phill ips, Norman E .. J r. '66 1 78 Concord S t . Port land Picher, Michel G. '67 232 Goulburn A ve. O t tawa. O n t a rio, Ca nada Pike, Lav. .rence H . '66 RFD R= l Livermo re Fa l l s Pinansky, I . Victor '68 1 96 W h i t n e y A e. Portland P i t n o f, a t haniel D. '66 356 B l u e H i l l s P k w Mil ton, Mass. Plo t k i n , Ronald J . '67 1 6 Adams Rd. Marblehead, Mass. Porter, Ed w a rd C . , J r. '68 1 1 W. Broadv a Bangor Portnoy. William E. '68 2 1 Oaklawn S t . ew B e d ford. Mass. Post, A l l n C. '65 This t l e La n e Rye, .Y. Post . W i l l i a m G., J r. '67 Th i tle Lan Rye, .Y Po t t er. Leland D. '67 Mil lbrook Sch. M i l l brook, N.Y. Powell, Peter W. '68 E eter Rd. H a m p t o n Fall , N.H. Pra t ley, Ed' ard W. '67 40 Highland Ave L x i n gt o n , Mass. Procko, Walt r L. '67 58 Schultz Rd. Kensington, Conn. Prout , Philip C. '66 1 3 Gold S t . Wa terville Purd y . J c ffre B. '67 121 M ontval R d . Wes t o n , Ma s. Quadland, Geoffrey W. '66 RFD # 2, Bo 304 K a t o n a h , N.Y. Quinto, Edward M. '68 1 1 5 Colu mbia Bl d. Waterbury. C o n n . Quirk, J a mes R. F. '65 219 Macada R d . B e t h lehem, P a . R a b e n i , C h a r l e F. '66 C n l ral S t . Sout hboro, Ma s. Rad! y , Timoth W '67 45 Wh ler R d . ntr l Islip. N Y


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Rakoff, Stuart H. '65 350 Oak S t . Manchester, N . H . R a m s e y , D o n a l d W. '68 5225 Lee Way Minnetonka, Minn. Rand, R obert S . '66 Tamarack Dr. Plymouth, N.H. Rawson, Edward E . '68 8910 Durham Dr. Potomac, Md. Reardon, Walter L., Jr. '67 38 Belton St. Dorchester, Mass. Record, Duane C. '65 RFD # 1 Livermore Falls Record, Ralph S . '66 Livermore Falls Redmond, Peter W. '66 RFD # 2 Laconia, N.H. Reed, K e n n e t h L., I I '65 Harmony R eif, Thomas '66 1 89-16 3 7 Ave. Flushing, N.Y. Repetto, Arnold '65 34 Maple Ave. B road B rook, Conn. Rhodes, Paul '68 Trapelo Rd. Lincoln, Mass. R ichter, Frederick B . , Jr. '66 Fairwood Rd. Bethany, Conn. Riddell, Matthew A. '65 Highbrook R d . Bar Harbor R ideout, George M., Jr. '68 41 Kirkland Circle Wellesley Hills, Mass. Riemer, R ichard K. '68 34 Moreland Ave. Newton Center, Mass. Rippon, Thomas R. '68 1229 Harding Ave. Hel'shey, Pa. Ritter, James W., Jr. '67 189C RD # 1 Seneca Falls, N.Y. Robbins, Geoffrey T. '65 1 020 The Parkway Mamaroneck, N.Y. Robbins, J ames W . '65 Lee Terr. Williamstown, Mass. Robbins, Keith D . '66 8 Thayer R d . Manchester, Conn. R ob erts, B ruce R . '66 E. Waterboro R oberts, David W. '68 Hollis Center R ogers, Robert P. '65 11 Charles S t . Houlton Roll, Walter E. '67 324 Fairmount Ave. Chatham, N . J . R omack, Charles W. '66 I rish Lane Cambridge, N.Y.

Roody, Randolph R. '65 305 South St. Concord, N.H. Rosen, Alan E . '67 215 E . 80 St. New York, N.Y. Ross, Gary C. '65 401 Summer St. Lynnfield, Mass. Ross, Paul M. '65 750 Kappock St. Riverdale, N.Y. Rouse, Peter M. '68 12 Ridgewood Terr. No. Haven, Conn. Roy, Peter R . '68 31 Violette Ave. Waterville Rudnick, Leslie H. '66 123 Buckminster Rd. B rookline, Mass. Ruh, James C. '68 1422 Clover Ct. Midland, Mich. Ruud, William H. '68 240 Kenyon St. Hartford, Conn. Rynne, William T. '66 40 Maple St. Watertown, Mass. Saad, Ronald J . '65 81 Huntington St. B rockton, Mass. Saari, Peter J . '67 6 Hilliard Circle Exeter, N.H. Sabbag, G. Richard '68 384 Willard St. B erlin, N.H. S adowski, Richard H. '67 82 O akland St. B righton, Mass. Saliba, Thomas H. '67 151 Rutledge R d . Belmont, Mass. Salisbury, James W. '65 Tara Rd., Fiddlers Green Southboro, Mass. S amson, Richard F . '68 76 Colgate Rd. Great Neck, N.Y. Sandak, J a y H . '68 105 Pond Rd. S tamford, Conn. Sandler, J ames E. '68 70 Clements Rd. Newton, Mass. Sasso, Theodore S . '68 1 34 Utterby R d . Malverne, N . Y . S a vage, Robert B . ' 6 6 Georgetown Savage, William M. '65 25 Longmeadow Rd. Wellesley, Mass. S avino, Guy E., Jr. '68 154 J a y Ave. Lyndhurst, N.J. S awler, Lawrence E . '65 1 00 Centennial Ave. Glouces ter, Mass. Schair, Douglas M. '67 97 Booth Hill Rd. No. S cituate, Mass.

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S in o fsk\'. K a l m an S . '68 362 fi , t o n v i lle ve. ewlon. 1ass. i n t on. Chri topher A. '67 17 P l y m o u t h Ave. S. Groton, Conn. Small. Roderic O . '66 RFD. Ra mond S methurst. J o h n H . '6 Fairhaven R d . Concord. ass. S m i t h , George I . '68 26 Pleasant S t . t e lrose, 1fass. Smith, J a mes H. 71 H i h S t . Waterv i l l e S m ith. J on a t h a n F. '68 290 William S t . P i t t s fie l d , la . S m i th. lichael tcL. · 7 945 0 noke R i d ge R d . e' · Canaan. C o n n . m i t h . Philip A. ' R ed t C naan. Conn. Smi h . Starbuck. Ill · 5 8746 Old l nd i a n H i l l Rd. Cincin n a t i . O h io S m i t h . St phen P · > 2768 Edge' ood Rd. Columbus, O h io Sno' ·, W i l l i a m C. · 19 trat ford R d . • eedham. fa s. Solar. Rober L . '68 75 S h a w R d . Brookl ine. Ma . . · 8 Soller. Roger 23-l Old Colon) R d . H a rt dale. , . Y . S o u le, Charles D · 535 Marietta A\e. $ \·arth more. Pa. Spat . Jame L. '65 10 teadowbrook Av W. Springfield, fas S p i tz r. Eric R. '65 4 Countrvside L n 1arbleh ad. Ma . S t ahle. J oh n S. ' 7 28 Duncan A\e. Cornwall-on-Ilud on. .Y. Stam ood. )onath n R. ' 8 24 Valley Rd. ass. W Hesley l l i l l • S arki , Andr \ T. ' 8 99 Acorn S t . Millis. M St arns, P h i l l i p E. ' 7 1 29 a l t o n t a ll l . C nandaigua. .Y. S t e n. J a m e A. ' 8 44 J<r.ntom Dr. St. Loui . Mo. tcphen , M rrill Y .. J r. ' 7 164 oyl S t . Port l a n d S t rn, t, n a rd D '68 1 72 Cl, · t o n R d . , a r da lf!, .Y. S t ' V f' ll • J ohn E . . 5 291 Woodfo rd S t . Port land

Lewi ton Thoma. Heh 1 P. ' 7 17 Blu water H i l l Westport, Conn. Thoma . Donald J . ' 8 3 O.t Park Ave. W ehaw J... •n, . J . T '67 T h o m a . Jam 1 22 78 S t . o . B rgen, . J . T h o m p on. Douglas J . · 8 11 Ridg wood R d . W. Hartford, Co nn. Thomp on, Rob rt E. '6 1 Pine S t . Peterborough, .H. Thorson, Erik '66 7001 M cArlhur Blvd. Wa hin gton, D. . Throop, All n H. '66 1 204 H i l lcrest Ave. Mon .ssen, Pa. Tigh , arl 0. ' 1 33 S u p rior Shr•bo g n , Wi c. Tilli ngha t, eorge L . • I l l ' 67 1 Pl n nnt S t . R u m ford , R . I . 1 89

Tob ias, Al fred J. '65 R F D # 2 . Augusta Tre iber, Thomas S. '66 R iver S t . Central V il lage. Conn. Tripp, Robert M . '65 10 Lel and R d . Nat ick, M a s s . T r u e , R o b e r t W., Jr.'68 Pleasant A e. S carboro Tsiaras, W i l l i a m G. '68 29 Lo ell S t . Nashua, . H . Tychsen, W i l l i a m A. '65 14 Park S t . Wat r ille Urban, L e e D. '68 122 Hartle S t . Portland Valli r , Rober R . '67 37 Spruce S t . S a n ford VanAtta, Gerald N., J r. '66 8 Walker Dr. Simsbur , Conn. Vanderheiden, Georg A. '68 1 2 el on Ave. Wakefi ld, Mass. Vanderw e i l , W i l l i a m L. '67 211 So. Main St. Cohas e t , Mass. VanHall, Richard W. '65 21 F l a m ingo Dr . m it h l o w n , .Y. Vaughan, J a m e s R . '67 12614 Montclair Dr. Sil r Spring, M d . Ver m i l l ion, John E. '66 Old Castle P t . R d . W a p p i n g rs Falls, . Y . Ve termark, H a r o l d W. '67 242 B n n e l t A e. Long Beach, C a l i f. Volk, Jan F. '68 5 Pick\ ick Rd. W. wton, Mas . Waddington. R ichard J. '65 654 Mor no Rd., Penn Valley arb rth, Pa. Wagner, Pet r B . '66 A pplecrest Farm Hampton Falls, N.lI. Waldinger, Rob ert E . '68 S t rawberr H i l l S t . Dover, Mass. Walker, William A. '67 Dog Lan torr , Conn. Wa n t m n, St uart C. '66 221 1 A enue L. Brooklyn, N.Y. Ward, M icha I D . '65 52 Marlboro S t . Norwood, Mass. Ward. St venson E., I l l '68 66 S t a nton Rd.


Weaver, Gary N. '68 76 Stark St. Nashua, N.H. Weeden, Craig A. '68 8 Hearthwood Dr. B arrington, R.I. Weinman, Lynn R . '67 RFD # 2 New Milford, C o n n . W e i s e r , Lee M. '68 1 E. Main St. Sussex, N.J. Weller, J onathan W . '67 26 Hereford Rd. Marblehead, Mass. Werner, Eric S . , Jr. '66 R oute # 3 Holderness, N.H. Westwood, David S . '68 22 Terrace Rd. W. Hartford, Conn. Wetzel, Fred J . '65 1 45 B elmont Ave. Kenmore, N.Y. Weygant, Peter S . '66 265 Audubon R d . Englewood, N.J. Wheele.¡, John A. '66 305 Waterville R d . O akland Whitson, Rob ert L. '68 525 Riverside St. Portland Whittier, Clark H . '67 So. Main St. Sheffield, Mass. Whittier, George D . '68 47 Congress St. Augusta Whalley, Lawrence J., Jr. '67 9 Cranston Rd. Winchester, Mass. Widdicombe, Peter R . '67 366 No. Van Dien Ave. Ridgewood, N . J .

Wieting, R a n d a l l G . '68 1 3 Cutting Rd. Swampscott, Mass. Wiley, Philip '66 King Richard Dr. Boxford, Mass. Wilkfns, Anthony J. '67 127 High St. B rookline, Mass. Willard, Thomas S . '67 1515 Red Oak Dr. Silver Spring, Md. Willdorf, Ba rry S . '66 114 Granville Ave. Malden, Mass. Williams, Eric R. '67 Hunt Rd. Pittsburgh, Pa. Williams, Geoffrey P. '66 1088 Old Welsh Rd. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Williams, J . Randall, IV '65 Main St. Dover, Mass. Williamson, Dean D. '65 20 Holt St. Concord, N.H. Wilson, David A. '67 20 Lexington St. Dover, N.H. Wilson, James R. '67 Main St. Centerville, Mass. Wil son, Richard E . '68 7 Ralph Talbot St. So. Weymouth, Mass. Winstanley, Peter F . '66 51 Crockett Ave. Dorchester, Mass. Winters, David W. '66 2nd Rangeway Waterville Wisecarver, Timothy R . '67 1809 Asbury St. Evanston, Ill. Wood, John C. '67 45 B ennington St. Needham, Mass.

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STU DEN T DI RECTORY Women Abbott, anc_ J . '68 1 W st wood Circl Dover. . H . Abbott, S h a ron I . '65 B l ue H i l l Ackerson, Barbara J . '66 741 1 So. 1 i n o Lane tadeira. Ohio Adams. B t h A. '66 1 9 Pon t iac Ave. Cra ns t o n , R . l . Uen, L i n d a J . '67 orth Rd. We tfi Id. M a s l l i on. ta i n e F. '68 B ra n d � St B o l t o n . Conn. m no t t e . J a n n e M. ' 8 65 Harthorn Av . B a n go r A n d r en, K a r n · 8 Main St. E. Boothba n d rea, Pat ricia '68 42 1 2 Ea t-We H i gh wa v Ch v • Chase. 1 d . A n g l i m , Deborah 17 Parke Av . Quine '. ta . Ara no\•i ch, L ah ' 5 44 Central Pa rk v c Old O rchard B e ;1 ch Arnold, a n c i a n n 'fi7 9351 H a rlem R d . West e r i l l e, Oht0 At herton. Ash leigh j . '6 42 Hillside A \ e. Falmouth Aust i n . Mary C. '68 4235 Gr nd A\' . B l oomington. I n d . Au t i n, P r i c i l i a C. ' 8 52 Resen·oir S t . H o l d e n . 1a s, Aver " B rbara D. '65 9 'o pring S t . Concord. . H . A •er, 0Pborah 11. • 8 53 K i n g S t . G r o \' e l a n d , Mas . Bachman, Elaine D. '66 R i v r Rd. Bowdoinham B l l u g . r a , Mari C. ' 6 Av . Portugal 1 7, 3 ° Logrono, S p a i n Bane , Judith . ' 7 341 W. D u d l e Wcs t fi •Id, . J . B a r d e n . Sun J . '67 201 Gth S t . I fickam AFB, Hawaii B a rker, M e r r i l l L. '05 7 W. M a i n S t . Ya rmou t h

Di i ion B a rk r, S t ephani '67 .:ns M o u n t a i n A e. estfield, . J . B a rnard, S a r a h '67 Fi k Rd. .H.

. re t B rrin ton. 1n s. B land. Lindo A. ' 8 26 R o i nd A' . L \\ is t on B c l a n g r. P a u l i n T. '65 5 Webst r S t . B runswick B nnison, Carol '68 200 Wa h i n ton S t . W II I l l i l l s , Ma B rg. Petri ia A. ' 6 1 43 M l . V rnon Rd . . E. We mouth, M s. Bet tcrl . Carol A. '67 J la rn a rd H il l . Longmeadow, M s B i l l i n g, Jo ·c M. ' 6 93 ten Ave. ra n s t o n . R . I . B i l l i ngs, P a u l i n c> S. ' 8 61 Pinc S t . M a n c h e t e r , Mass. B i by, B a rbara E. '68 1 88 M a i n S t . W e n h a m . Mass. Blak s t , Virginia A. ' 6 51 Wynd� ood Rd. W. Hart ford, Con n . D o h, M r j o r i P. ' 8 222 Ea t N n Promenade Port! n d B o u r c i r, C l a u d i o A. '68 11 A cl i ronda k V i w Midd l .bury, V t .

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B o u l e t t e , M a r E. '68 71 Oakland S t . Water ille Bov erman, a t a l i e f . '66 27 Kel logg S t . F t . P l a i n , N.Y. Brewster, Edith H . '66 346 R u m s t i c k P t . Barrington. R . I . B ridges. E l izabeth L. '68 261 3 H ickor. Ave. B ur l i ngton . No. Ca rol ina B rook , J a n t E. '66 56 R u n n e l l s S t . Portland B rooks, Linda K. '68 2 1 5 Id B o s t on R d . Wilton, Conn. B ro\ n , Barbara C. '68 1 207 Woodburn R d . D u r h a m , o . Caro l i n a B rO\\ n, Donna K . '65 Perr� Lan Weston. Mass. B ro w n , E\' l y n M. '68 30 Basse t t S t . Lynn, M s . Brown. Jan B. '68 92 Main S t . Rockport, Mass. B rown, J i l l ' 8 15 Rockland R d . oncord, .H. B ro w n , R u t h M o o r ( Mrs.) 8 1h W t S t . B rown, S u s a n L a n e '67 R o b i n Lane Farm So. Ro a l t o n , Vt. Brown. Susan Louise '65 727 Pearl A e. Manh i m , Pa. Buchh im, Linda S. '66 61 Abb Lane Port land B u ffinton. J a n t K. '65 473 Eas t e r n A Lynn, Mass. B u l lock. atalie '65 ea! G a t e S t . S c i t u a t . Mass. B urns, Al l i son A. '67 Q t rs. R-6. B rook lyn Navy Yard B ro o k ! · n , N.Y . B u rr, D i a n E. '66 B rov ns Dock Rd. Locust, N . J . B u rl , E l l e n A. · 8 22 O rchard R d . Holden, Mass. Burton, Stephanie L. '67 1 43 Leigh S t . linlon, N.J. B u l l s. N a n c y S. '68 RFD # 5 W . C h st r , Pa. Bu n is k i , Ros M . '68 6242 Robinson Rd. C i n i n n a l i, hio aito, E l i nor A. '66 356 Taber Ave. Pro i d e n ce, R . l .


Calabrese, Mary J. '68 1 Essex Terr. Swampscot, M a s s . C a l l a h a n , Susan J. '68 2 3 Flax Pond Rd. Lynn, M a s s . C a m p b e l l , Patricia '65 RFD #2 Concord, N.H. Carl s on, B ritt C. '66 3 B irch Hill Dr. W . Hartford, Conn. Carney, Patricia E . '68 10 Cummings Rd. Newport, R . I . Carpenter, J a n e t G . '68 133 Putnam St. Bennington, Vt. Casebolt, Margaret 'GB 90 Cedar Ct. Cheshire, Conn. Chalmers, D oris A. '66 88 No. Spring Garden Ave. Nutley, N . J . Charlton, Patricia S . '65 Liberty S t . Madison, Conn. C h a s e , Betsy G . '68 245 Platt Lane Cheshire, Conn. Chase, D eb orah G . '66 46 B arnum S t . Taunton, M a s s . C h a s e , Mary E . '67 23 High St. B uckfield Chatterton, Ruth E . '67 So. Water St. E dgartown, Mass. Chick, Donna L. J . '68 9 B eaver Dr. S hrewsbury, M a s s . C h i p m a n , B arbara A. 1 8 Lloyd Rd. Waterville Christensen, Wendy Ann '67 110 Spring S t . Metuchen, N . J . Christy, Carol J. '65 Bonnie B rae W. Canaan, N.H. Clapp, Frances L. '66 S o . Main St. Warehouse Pt., Conn. Clark, Adora J . '65 213 Ocean House R d . Cape Elizabeth Clark, Elizabeth A . '68 1 5 Hilltop Rd. Sudb ury, Mass. Clark, Lydia L. '66 111 Glendale Rd. Sharon, Mass. Clark, S hirlee '65 2 Farm Rd. Marlboro, Mass. Clipsbam, Jean Hoffmann (Mrs.) '66 3 368 Rumson Rd. Cleveland, Ohio Coady, Alison A . '65 25 Spring Lane Canton, Mass.

Coffey, Elizabeth J. '67 767 Avery St. Wapping, Conn. Calmes, Francia E . '67 1 1 8 S alisbury Rd. Brookline, Mass. Cook, Susan F . '67 Martins ville Rd. Tenants Harbor Cooper, Pamela W. '67 114 Centennial Ave. Sewickley, Pa. Copithorne, Joan R . '65 Box 67 Stratham, N.H. Corey, Linda Stearn s (Mrs. ) '65 Hampden Cornfield, B renda J. '68 Fair Ave. Dixfield Corson, Dorean E. '67 28 Cowette St. Skowhegan Couser, Susan J . '68 4 Highland St. Springvale Cox, Lee '68 27 Maple Ave. Farmington Cox, Terry E . '65 1 91 E. Clinton Ave. B e rgenfield , N . J . C o y l e , J ocelyn M . '65 26 Kennworth R d . Pt. Washington, N.Y. Craig, Jean E. '66 29 Mayfair Ave. Springfield, Mass. Creasman, Deborah D. '68 908 No. Stone LaGrange Pk., Ill. Crouch, Ellen B. '67 545 Park Blvd. Glen Ellyn, Ill. Cummings, Rebecca '66 455 Concord Rd. Weston, Mass. Da ggett, Susan R . '67 6260 No. Santa Monica Blvd. Milwaukee, Wisc. D arling, B onnie M. '66 RFD # 2 Groton, Vt. Dauphinee, Joanne C . '67 53 Washington St. Bath David, Judith A. '66 B o x 325A, RFD # 2 Westminster, Md. Davidson, Leanne P. '67 1 19 Common St. Walpole, M a s s . D a v i d s o n , S u s a n J . '68 Lower Village, Kennebunk Davies, Geraldine '66 291 Country Club Dr. Warwick, R . I . D a v i s , D eb orah C . '65 1 04 Northwood Rd. Newington, Conn. Davis, Susan A. '67 Monmouth Hills Navesink, N.J.

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Eldridge. Lona L. '66 65 Twin B rooks Lane Fairfield, Conn. Elmer, usan 1 . '6i 42 Benedict Rd. Warwick, R . J . E v a n s , Doro t h y M . '68 R FD # 1 Bridgton Eyg s. Judith ' 5 9 Drumlin R d . 1arbl head, f a F a c i n i , Adele E. '6 4 1oulton Pk. Rd Framingham, Ma Fallon. t a r a r t L. · 38 orth t. Grafton, la s. Famulari, anq G . · 8 227 a h a n l R d .

Forman, L e s t y N. '65 25 Canterbury Rd. Great Neck, .Y. Fras r, Carole D. '68 Church S t .

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Goldstein, Rhoda L. '65 20 Robinson Gardens Lew i s t o n Good ine, Jeanne L. '65 B o 83, S h a w m u t Gorrisson, J e a n ne E. '68 B arney Pk. Irvington, N.Y. Goshgarian, Patricia R. '67 302 No. Wenger Ave. Mishawara , Ind. Gourley, Mary R . '66 21 Albert S t . Milo Gourlie, S h e i l a A. '67 75 No. Main S t . Thompsonville, Conn. Gower, H o l l J . '65 6 Appletree Lane Wilton, Conn. Grand, Helen A. '65 1 070 E. 28 St. Brooklyn, N . Y. Green, Diane C. '65 1 30 Roger White Dr. ew Ha en, Conn. Greer, J ud i t h A. '67 6 Walnut S t . Marblehead, Mass. G reer, Nancy A. '65 36 Highland A e. Gorham G regory, Elise J. '68 963 G reen v i l l e Ave. Gre n v i l le, R . I . G r lot t i, Virginia A. '66 10 Hampden Rd. Fra m i ngham, Mass. G rigg, Margaret '68 1 1 8 S torrs A ve. Braintree. Mass. Grindell, Jean D. '67 Miramar A e. Dennisport, Mass. ro\ , Al ice B. '65 Cent ra l Maine Sanatorium Fairfield Guptill, Judith E. '65 27 Bev rl R d . W. H a r t ford, Conn. Hackler, Marilyn D . '65 8 Pinkerton S t . Derry. N . H . H a l e , Marian P. '65 219 K a t a h d i n Ave. M i l l inocket Ha le, Pamela H. '68 94 Allerton S t . Pl m o u t h , Mass. Hall, Linda A. '66 Brooks H a m i l ton, Jeryl L. '65 835 1 6 t h St. Wilmette, Ill. H a rd i n g, Marcia H. '65 1 223 Salem S t . Malden, Mass. Harris, Ann P '67 29 Ludlow Or. Chappaqua, N. Y. Harris, Coral A. '67 Route # 1 Vassal boro


Harris , Dee-Ann '65 93 Main S t . S o m e r s e t , Mass. Harris, Pamela R . '66 Knights Hill New London, N.H. Harrison, Mary B . '65 2836 River Rd. Maumee, Ohio Haskell, Kathryn A. '67 B lack Pt. Rd. S carborough Hayden, Paula M. '66 673 Boylston St. B rookline, Mass. Heilmann, N ancy W. '67 58 S e ars R d . Wayland, M a s s . Henkle, Virginia Cole ( M r s . ) '65 59 B o s t o n Ave. Winslow Hennings, Catherine A. '67 B ox 5 1 , 26 Village View S t . Wilton Hernberg, Elizabeth A. '66 73 Lincoln Pk. Longmead ow, Mass. Higginbottom, Christie J . '66 Westview Dr. Sutton, Mass. Higgins, Kathryn E . '68 4515 Lindell B l v d . S t . L o u i s , Mo. High, S andra M . '68 333 22nd Ave., No. Nashville, Tenn. High, Wanda B. '67 3 3 3 22nd Ave. No. Nashville, Tenn. Hill, Theresa L. '68 23 Fairview Ave. Woodcliff Lake, N.J. Hilton, Mary S . '66 Star R t e . , Waldob oro Hinterkopf, Elfie M. L. '65 1808 Third St. Peru, I l l . H o a r , P h y l l i s E . '67 32 Cumberland Ave. Verona, N.J. Hodgkins, Adele M. '65 Jefferson Hogan, Pamela A. '68 22 Mainewood Orono Holbrook, Sara V. '66 56 West S t . Portland Holland, J a n e E. 7 Norridgewock Ave. Skowhegan Hollinshead, Kate W . '66 103 Sunset Farm Rd. W . Hartford, Conn. Holmes, Caroline S . '65 80 Veazie St. O l d Town Holmes, Harriett F . '65 3 3 Chandler St. Skowhegan Holmes, Martha E. '68 483 Menauhant Rd. E. Falmouth, Mass.

Holt, Janice R . '66 34 Blaisdell St. Augusta Hornaday, Margaret J . '65 502 W. Country Club Lane Wallingford, Pa. Horvath, Joyce P . '66 3 Pinewood Terr. B ed ford, N.H. Howard, B arbara R. '65 Route # 2 Houlton Howard, Charlotte J . '67 32 High S t . Winchester, M a s s . Hubbard, Rosemary B . ( M r s . ) '65 4725 Providence Rd. Charlotte, No. Carolina Hume, Penelope T. '68 119 Winthrop St. Augusta Hunt, Laurie M. '67 39 Earl Ave. B angor Hunter, Jane M . '66 26 W. Main S t . A v o n , Conn. Hutchinson, Nancy D. '67 7 Charland Terr. Waterville Hyde, Mary D. '68 2 B urrill St. Fairfield

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Hyland, Anne E . '68 1413 Grant St. Tama, I a . Igersheimer, J u d i t h I . '66 58 Sherburn Circle Weston, Mass. Ingram, Joyce '68 New St. Rehoboth, Mass . J a ffe, Karen R. '65 402 Graham St. Highland Pk. N.J. Jahn, Hope E. '68 51 Williamsburg Lane Scituate, Mass. Jalb ert, Phyllis A. '67 RFD # 2 Ft. Kent J elly, Vaughn E . '68 6 Sheldon Pl. Waterville J enks, Patricia L. '67 29 Training Field Rd. Wayland, Mass. J ennison, Andrea L. '67 40 Fletcher St. Kennebunk J e n sen, Karen C . '66 6-240A, H St., Elmendorf AFB ., APO S ea ttle, Wash. J ob son, Gayle P. '66 3 Big Oak Lane, Highland Wds. Wilmington, Del.


J ohnson, Carol A. '65 628 H al s t ead R d . W i l m i ngton, D e l . J ohnson, L i n d a M . '66 300 H i l lberg Ave. Brockton. Mass. J ohnson, anc L . '66 R t e. # 1 Vassalboro J o l icoeur. J anet R . '66 1 5 Fair iew A e Augusta J ones, Anne L. '68 8 Crest Or. Dover, Mass. J ones, Carol L . '68 495 S o u t h S t . eedham. M a s s . J ones, C y n t h i a P. '65 246 Summer S t . Auburn J ones. Judith A . '66 37 Court S t . F l e m ington. J. Jones. Linda H . '67 299 Washington Rd R ye. . H . J ones, S a l l · J. '68 1 029 Al ton R d . Santa Barbara, Calif Kaiser, Linda L. ' 66 1 0 Division A e Lev i t t o w n , .Y. Kalenian, Ruth E '6 7 Weld S t . Westboro. M s s . Karcz, J anet L. '67 9 8 Commercial S t E. cymouth. Mass. Kel leher. M rgar l A. '67 1 1 6 Westche t r Dr. Westwood. Mas . Kel leher. R u t h E. · 20 B roo S t . So. Pari Kelle . J u d i t h C. '67 17 Bou elle Ave. Waterv i l l e Kendig, 'ancy J . ' 5 12 Ca St. Exeter. . H . K e n n i s t o n , ancy J . 50 1h H i gh S t . Waterv i l l e Kie it, Donna L. '68 30 Ov rbrook Rd .. Rt . # 24 ew B r u n s w ick. . J . K a l l a m, Charlot te J . '67 Kent Hill Rd. Readfi l d K i r n , Lore t t a D '65 Mary Low H JI, Colby Col lege Waterville Kiochi, Roberts M. '67 1 4 1 Somers t Av . Fairfield, Con n . Kogu t . A r l a n a R. '65 So. Coun try R d . W. I s l ip, N.Y. K o l l igian, J u d i t h ' >7 1 1 5 M rsh S t . B d m o n t , Mass.

Konzo, J an ice L. '67 5 1 0 So. McKinle Champaign, I l l . Kouba. M i l d red L. '66 47 Katherine S t . Fair Ha en, N . J . K r a m e r , C a r o l P . '66 254 Myrtle A e. Hawt horne, N.Y. Kresky, Carol i n e '67 61 Hempstead A e. Rock i l l e Centre, N.Y. Ladd, Anne R . '66 1 08 Talbot Ave. Rockland Lau r r, Marj orie A. '68 15 Channing A e. Providence. R . I . Lawrence, Karen S . '67 Pepp reU Rd. W. Groton, Mass. La wton, t a ry Beth '67 W. M y s t ic Ave. t y l ie. Conn. Le ch, Diane L. '66 72 Gardner S t . H a m i l t o n , 1a . L ch. Susan J. '66 12 Rowell S t . f di o n Lee, R b e c c a G. '68 10 L n d i n g Lane ... Brun \ ick, . J . Leighton, S a l l · A. '66 15 Pilgrim Or. Winch ter. 1 a s . Lenz. Ga i l A . ' 5 1 29 D nnell Dr. S t m ford, onn. L w i n , Laurie L. '67 40 l nler\iale Pl. R e . . Y. L i l l i J oh n . B tsey · 7 24 Ad m S t . Le inglon, M a s . Loker. R u t h A. '66 43 Rankin St. Rock! nd Long, J il l M. '65 E. C r a ft bur , V t . Longf llo" , Ly n n A. '65 3 R o b in Rd. M nchc er, Conn. Loomis. Anita L. '65 10 Morrison R d . W a k e fi l d , Mass. Lop 'f. , J ud i t h E. '68 34 Alba S t . Port land Lordi. Carol A. '66 1 572 G regory A e. Union. N . J . L o w d , Reb cca A. ' 5 46 ak t . Springvale Luce, Eliz beth J. ' 8 25 North St. Machia Lumpkin, Donna G. · 7 78 I [itching Post Rd. Chatham, Mass.

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Lutz, M argaret A. '65 16 Marie Dr. Somerv i l l e, N . J . Lyman, E l isabeth H . '65 1009 So. Orchard Urbana, 1 1 1 . Lynch, Penelope B . '65 B y rnes Ave. Litchfield, Conn. Maccarter, Lorraine E . '68 481 8 Ra ensworth R d . Annandale, V a . MacCubrey, L o u i s e P . '65 58 H i l l crest Ave. Wethersfield, Con n . M a c h i a , J ane E. '67 J e fferson ille, V t . Maclntosh, J u d i t h A. '67 36 Prospect S t . Watertown, Conn. MacMichael, A n n S. '66 76 So. M a i n S t . P i t t s field Madden, Katherine P. '68 1 3335 Lincoln Ave. W i l l ia m sport, Pa. Mahoney, Susan E . '66 5 Lincoln S t . Houlton Malcolm, Marguerite M. '66 8 Brant wood Ct. E. Brunswick, N . J . Mandelbaum, Jean L. '68 100-25 Queens B lvd. Forest H i l l s, N.Y. Manegold, J oa n E. '66 Pine Lane, Bo 79 Nashotah, Wisc. Maney, Ardith L. '66 1 88 Brimbal A e. Beverly, Mass. M a n n , Mered ith J . '68 42 O rchard St. Auburn Marinke, Charlene S . '68 U.S. Naval S t a t ion Boston, Mass. Marmer, Arlene E. '68 34 Prospect S t . Peabod , Mass. Marshall, Andrea L. '68 2 Charl o t t e Ave. Nashua, N.H. Marsh a l l , Susan D. '68 1 06 H i gh St. Oakland Martin, Cheryl J . '66 E. Brookfield, Vt. Mason. Diane L . '66 Rockingham Rd. Salem, N.H. Mat teson, Frances A. '65 550 So. Wells Ave. Reno, Nev. Matt ison, Diane R. '65 1 70 Woodrow S t . W. H a r t ford, Conn. M a y v i l l e. Dorot hy J . '68 Lane Rd. Chich ter. N . H . M c C a r t y , Ann L. · 6 Surf R d . Cap E l i z a b th


McCarty, Christine A. '67 23 Rayfield Rd. Marshfield, Mass. McClay, Patricia L. '65 3 Redington S t . Waterville McClintock, Virginia A. '67 400 Maryland Ave. Havertown, Pa. McGee, Katherine L. '66 Riverside Ave. Ft. Fairfield McGhee, J anice A. '68 Mason Rd. B rookline, N.H. McGillicuddy, B arbara C. '65 6 River St. Houlton McGinley, Susan L. '65 E. Holden McGowan, Lee C. '68 34 Rose St. Milton, Mass. McGuire, Jessie G. '68 42 First S t . Fanwood, N . J . McKinlay, Sharon M . '68 750 No. Broad S t . Elizabeth, N . J . McManus, Catherine E . '68 Case Rd. E. Winthrop McNamara, Paula B . '66 40 Durkin St. Manchester, Conn. Meader, Catherine '67 77 Albert Ave. Cranston, R.I. Meicke, Dorothy J . '68 47 Hunt St. Rowayton, Conn. Melanson, Louise '65 Broadway S o . Hanover, Mass. Mentch, Martha A. '67 1 74 Golf Ave. Pitts fo r d Mersky, Susan L. '67 361 Woodward St. Waban, Mass. Meyer, Janet A . '66 33 Fairfield R d . Havertown, P a . Meyer, Nancy L. '68 1 56 Hilltop Circle Trumbull, Conn. Michener, Jane E. '66 801 Westdale Ave. S warthmore, Pa. Midworth, Constance D. '66 Tower Terr. B urlington, Vt. Mignery, Marj orie A. '67 404 W. B ry a n S t . B ryan, Ohio Miller, J e a n M. '68 45 So. Main St. Rockland Miller, S andra '67 1 1 707 Magruder Lane Rockville, Md. Mitchell, Ellen G. '65 2 3 7 Dorset Rd. Waban, Mass.

Mitchell, Linda A. '66 Washington S t . W. B oxford, M a s s . Monahan, B arbara '67 91 Swan St. Everett, Mass. Monk, Susan M. '67 135 No. S trathcona Dr. York, Pa. Moore, Christine '65 35 Radcliffe Rd. Wellesley, Mass. Morrison, Jane E. '68 RFD, Dixfield Morse, Frances M. '67 Star Rte. #3 B a th Morse, Janet L. '66 1 Thornton S t . Exter, N . H . Morse, Virginia D . '65 Whitehall Rd. S o . Hampton, N.H. Mortimer, Sharon E. '68 34 Fairlawn Lane Lexington, Mass. Mosedale, Judith A. '68 3 Squirrel Hill Rd. Wayland, Mass. Mueller, Jean F . '67 300 E. Linden Ave. Englewood, N.J. Muller, Priscille S . '67 5259 Fieldston R d . New York, N.Y. Nahra, Nancy A. '68 Old Town Nelson, Donna L. '67 1 B erlin 38, Spanische Allee 1 6, Germany Nelson, Elizabeth S . '67 125 King S t . Chappaqua, N.Y. Nelson, Karen J . '67 624 Maple Ave. B arrington, R.I. Niles, Olive M. '68 Fairfield St. Oakland Norling, Marcia J . '66 318 S t . Paul St. B rookline, Mass. Nutter, D eborah '68 82 Plymouth St. E . B ridgewater, Mass. Nutter, Susan K. '66 82 Plymouth S t . E . Bridgewater, M a s s . Oakes, L y n n e G. '68 1063 Washington S t . Gloucester, M a s s . O 'Connor, L i n d a L. '66 76 B artlett S t . M a l d e n , Mass. ¡, Onat, Shawn 68 St. George O 'Neal, Shirley J . '68 Todd Hill Hinsdale, N . H. O 'Shea, Harriet E. '67 4637 Princess Anne Lane J acksonville, Fla. Dens, Anna K . '65 Higgins Beach, S carboro

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Pachowsky, J anice 44 Mayflower Hill Dr. Waterville Page, Laura '67 19 Thomas Ave. Caribou Palmer, Carolyn T. '68 80 Eaton Rd. Needham, Mass. Palmer, Elinor M. '67 Sweet Hill Ave. Plaistow, N.H. Paquet, Cynthia A. '67 28 Russell S t . Bath Pardee, Adele R. '66 1309 Astoria Ave. Coral Gables, Fla. Parker, Diana M. '68 1623 W. Moss Ave. Peoria, Ill. Parker, Katharine W. '65 735 S tony Hill R d . Wilbraham, M a s s . Patterson, M a r t h a J . '65 6 S chool S t . Bucksport Patterson, Sally F. '66 6 S chool S t . Bucksport Paul, Anne S . '67 Rte. # 9 Waretown, N.J. Peirce, Laura S . '66 Box 414 York Harbor Penti, Marsha E. '67 Main St. Carver, Mass. Peterson, Jane M. '68 So. Main S t . B elchertown, Mass. Philson, J eanne C. '67 Arch & Cherry St. Spring City, Pa. Pierce, D iane H. '67 33 Highland Ave. Leominster, Mass. Pierson, Pamela P. '65 67 Blossom S t . Keene, N.H. Pilling, M a r t h a T. '67 1502 Flat Rock Rd. Narberth, Pa. Place, Carolanne '67 Box 126 Wayne Plumb, Pamela R. '65 60 Old Orchard R d . Riverside, Conn. Pollard, Gayle A. '66 1 8 Rose St. Farmingdale, N.Y. Poulin, B arbara J . (Mrs.) '66 276 Main St. Waterville Poulsen, Linnea L. '67 Monroe Rd. Littleton, N.H. Powers, Nancy L. '67 50 S mallwood Rd. W. Hartford, Conn.


Pullen, L nne E. ' 8 64 Oak S t Ellsworth Radune, Diann L. · 8 1 66 Columbia S t . e\ Britain, Conn. Radwan}'. J ud i t h M . · 5 344 W. R i v r R d . O range. Conn. Randall, G raldine A. '68 Box 1 2 3 Warner, .H. Ravacon. Cl menc A. '67 302 So. Middletown R d . M d ia , P a . R y. M a rcella A. '67 18 ll il l vic\\ R d . Gorham Ray nor, Sandra J . '6 39 K n ickerbocker Rd. P i t t s fo rd, N.Y. Reburn. Lou is A. ' 6 49 Glenbrook Rd. W. Hart ford, Conn. Redmayne. J u d i t h E. '68 Qtrs. N-30 1 . U.S. N val Base G u a n t a na m o . Cuba R d , Cheryl D. '68 B laine H ouse, Augusta R d, Marjorie A. '68 32 B owen Ave. Wood stown, N.J. Re d , Rowena A. '67 34 Clinton Av •. Winslow Rein I t , N<tncy J . ' 1 03 View t r • I Fra n k l i n . N . 1 1 .

R ! a n . Charlen 1 1 . ' Ca w II Ct . E. Dou I. , ta . R nold , Linda '68 153 ichol S t . Ev rel ! , Mess R ichards, J oa n n M. ' 5 310 f a i n S t . B r u n wick R ichardson, Lou '67 1 449 L m ia S t . Honolulu, Ha"' a i i Richmond. J oanne E. ' 6 1 22 No. Main S t . Wad town, N.J. R ichter, Fr n ces W '67 871 Carleton Rd. Wes tfield, N.J. R i d i ngton, J ea n F. '67 83 W. G re n S t W stm ins ter M d . Riendeau, K a r n L . '66 419 Maple Ave. Swa nsea, Mass. Robbins, Gail E. ' 7 75 Win or Pl. Glen R i d ge, N . J . Roberts, Cornelia '65 Old Lake Sho re R d . Lake V i e w , N.Y. Roberts, Dorothy L. '07 North St Rye, N.Y. Robertson, J ane K. ( M rs.) 333 Main l . W t ervill Robinson, h rril L. '68 80 W. Ral igh Ave. S t ten Isl .. N.Y.

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Robinson, Valarie K. '67 Lakeview D r. So. China Rodgers, Carol L. '66 B urnham R d . Pitt sfield Roesing, Diane R. '66 309 Sterling R d . K e n i h orth, I l l . R o l l e n t . P a t r i c i a '67 Sea S t . E. Dennis, Mass. Ross, Patricia M. '66 1 1 60 Chest n u t S t . Deerfield, I l l . Rossini, Est r G . A v d a Freyre 2038 Santa Fe, Argen tina Rotch, Elizabeth '68 M t . Vernon S t . M i l ford, N . H . R o t t ner, Dale M . '65 19 Ralph Ave. White Plains, N.Y. Rowe, Virginia H . ' 68 193 C l i fton S t . Malden, Mass. R u d m a n, Lorraine M . '67 12 Rivervi w D r. Adamstown, N . J . Rudolph , L o i s A. '66 901 Covert A e. New Hyde Pk., N.Y. R uggles, Anne C. '66 74 Main S t . Gorham, N . H . R u s sell, A n n T. '67 Off 25 B l mont A e. S toughton, M a s s .


Russell, Toni W. '66 B o x 1 1 74 D arien, Conn. Rydel, J oAnne M. '66 79 B ooth St. New B ritain, Conn. Ryen, Nancy '65 95 Cocks Lane Locust Valley, N.Y. S androck, Annette I . '67 B o x 126 Waquoit, Mass. S ap orita, Marj orie [Mrs.) E . Vassalb oro Saren, Drucilla J . '67 63-84 Fitchett St. Rego Park, N.Y. S aunders, H . Terry '66 2 Hall Ave. Suffern, N.Y. S avage, S ylvia M. '68 822 Sanders Ave. Scotia, N.Y. S avicki, Elizabeth A. '68 64 Pleasant S t . S toughton, Mass. Schade, Nancy L. '67 1 Jackson S t . Portland Schaefer, Linda S . '68 1 1 76 Broadway So. Hanover, Mass. Schwartz, B arbara D. '68 6 Pearce Ave. Riverside, R.I. S chwartz, Margaret E . '68 1 438 Willow Wood Dr. Norfolk, Va. Schweitzer, Nancy A. '68 1 778 Manor Dr. Irvington, N.J. Scott, Janet E. '66 1 Nud d St. Waterville Seagull, Ruth M . '67 3 3 Brentwood Dr. Verona, N.J. Seidens tuecker, Lynn I. '66 Box 245 Conway, N.H.

Seligmann, Katherine A. '67 621 8th S t . Plainfield, N . J . Semonian, J a n e t E . '68 504 Lowell St. Lexington, Mass. S everance, Carol '66 39 Hampshire Rd. Wellesley Hills, Mass. Shaw, S andra J . '66 63 Atlantic Ave. Groton Long Pt., Conn. Sheiner, Arlene L. '66 371 Kenaston Ave. Mt. Royal, Quebec, Canada Shick, Jeanne E . '67 308 No. Gay St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio Shiner, Janet D . '68 29 Cliffd ale Ave. Cranston, R.I. Shliom, L . Deborah '65 1 9 W. 1 6 S t . New York, N.Y. S h o r e s , H e t h i e L . '68 6519 40th Ave. Hyattsville, Md. Short, Nancy D . '68 Old Main Rd., Box 426 No. Falmouth, Mass. Shute, S arah M. '67 RFD # 5 August a S idelinger, D o n n a G . '68 1 0 Eunice Circle Wakefield, Mass. Simon, S ara J . '68 78 Wilson S t . S truthers, O h i o S i m p s o n , Kathry n Ann E . '68 121 Centre S t . Danvers, M a s s . S k e l t o n , E u n i c e J . '68 5 B rimblecomb Ave. Marblehead, Mass. Skillin, Louise R . '68 S e a Cove Rd. Cumberl a n d Foreside Skillings, Margaret E. '68 B a iley Island

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Smith, Cecily '68 461 Lincoln R d . Grosse Pointe, Mich. Smith, Lynn W. '65 31 Apple Hill Rd. Melrose, Mass. Snyder, Joanna P. '67 Newcastle Snyderman, Noreen L. '67 431 No. Lake Dr. Lakewood, N.J. Solomon, Charlene Gorsun (Mrs.) '65 37 Magnolia St. Malden, Mass. Soule, Diane L. '68 Main St. S alem, N.H. S ta n ford, B arbara A. '68 1 2 May St. Keene, N.H. Stanley, Judit h '65 3 Hackett Circle S tamford, Conn. S tark, Elizabeth A. '65 1 1 Elm S t . Goffstown, N . H . Stemmler, Sanda M. ' 6 7 1 1 7 High S t . Portland, C o n n . Stephenson, Deborah M. ' 6 8 2 6 3 N a h a n t Rd. Nahant, Mass. S terns, Susan B. Norridgewock Ave. Skowhegan Stevens, Elizabeth C . '65 120 B ab cock Dr. Rochester, N .Y. S tockwell, Roberta L. '67 7 Grant Rd. Westboro, Mass. S tone, S andra L . '68 27 B reed St. Lynn 1 Mass. Stout, Susan J . '66 19 So. B eechcroft Rd. Short Hills, N.J.


S tressenger, J oa n B. '65 22 Gale Rd. Swampsco t t , Mass. S u t herland, Carol '68 6815 Oakes Rd. BrecksvilJe, Ohio Sutherlan d, Leslie H . '66 558 Nod H i l l R d . W i l t o n, Conn. S\ ard, K aren L. '68 35 Oak A e. Chatham, . ) . S\\'ett. A n n e L. '67 41 Alvin A e. iilton. Mass. Tarbo . Chriis t i n e L. '68 54 Prospect S t . Reading, Mass. Terrio, Deborah '67 37 Grove St. Lexington, Mass. Terry, Diane '65 98 Longviev.· Dr Longmeado\ , Mas . Thomas, anc J. '68 12 Sunset Dr O rono Thomas, Patricia Raymond ( trs.) '65 Plass Rd. Pleasant V a l ley. .Y. Thompson. Bonnie L. '68 55 Cedarcliff Rd. Bra in tree. Mass. Thompson , Patricia A '66 Westbrook Terr., M.R.S. Bangor Thompson, Sall ' R. '65 42 Edmunds R d . W e l l e s l e H i lls, M a s s . Toabe, Susan L '66 28 Robert R d . Marblehe ad, M a s s . T o \ e r . Kat herine B . '66 30 S h a \ S t . W . e w t o n , Mass. Tracy, Diana '65 624 Chestnut Terr. Easton, Pa. Tracy, Roberta ) . ' 2 1 3 W. Oak St. Rome, N.Y. Trafton, J e n n i fer F. '67 161 Wood S t . Le\ iston Turlo, L i n d a A. '67 4 Victor Terr. Winslow Turner, Judith C. '65 1 56A Bainbridge St. Brook lyn, .Y. Turner, Laurel L. '67 5029 M i l l wood Lane, N.W. Washington, O.C. Turner, Su an P. '66 1 468 Ta l lyho Rd. Meadow brook, Pa. Tych sen, Shirley K. (Mrs ) '6 204 Mam S t . E . Northfi Id, Moss. Urn r, Lynn '65 347 New Providenc Rd. Mountainside, N.J.

VanMeter, Paula '68 5 Campbell Ct. R i erside, Con n. VanWyck, Diane G. '66 De' ey A e. Gladstone, N . J . Vaughan, J a n n a D. '66 So. Main S t . Wol feboro, N . H . Vaughan, Sarah T . '66 Elm H i l l Farm H a l lowell Vita le, Jo-Ann T. '66 85-29 Forest Pkwy. Woodha e n , .Y. Volpe, Susan M. '68 242 Elm S t . Braintree, Mass. Wade, Teri L. '68 406 Front S t . Bath W a l d , E el� n K. '66 2 Parkside Dr. Great eek. .Y. Wa l 1 i. La a ! '67 P.O. Bo 12 Tabora. Tanga n y i k a Walk r , M a r t h a A. '66 192 Whitn • S t . . orthboro, Mass. W !sh. Florene C. ' 8 13 Laurel Dr. ewburgh, .Y. Weat h erby, Diana K . '67 G rand La e S tream Webster. B a rbara 0. '67 211 School St. Bennington, Vt. Weed. J ean L. 22 Benton Ave. Wans low Wees, Syl ia A. (Mrs.) 72 Summer St. Waterville Welch, Carol ·n R . '68 2 Glenwood Lane Burlington, Vt. Wentz l l, Juliann '68 34 Edge\ ood Rd. Westv ood, Mass. W sley, Margo E. '65 9 Rowland Lane Ridgefield. Conn Wheeler, Pamela ) . '67 4 Damon S t . N o . Read i ng, Mass. Whipling, Judith P. '68 258 Main S t . Wakefield, Mass. Whitaker, Margaret S. '88 45 Brackett Rd. Po rtsmouth, N.H. White, Glenna M . '68 75 Woods Rd. Medford, Mas . White, Miriam E. '67 1 5 7 Moccasin Dr. Warwick, R . I . Whiln y, Barbara C. '67 120 School S t . Concord, N . H . Whit temor , Patricia J . '07 31 Priscilla Circl We lle ley H i lls, Mass.

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The Colby Oracle 1965  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1965. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)

The Colby Oracle 1965  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1965. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)