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THE

1956

TRINITY HARTFORD,

C 0 L L E G E CONNECTJCUT


CONTENTS FACULTY SENIORS FRATERNITIES ACTIVITIES SPORTS SOCIAL

IVY BOARD EDWARD A . MONTGOMERY, JR. Editor-in-Chief

RALPH BEREN Senior Editor

HENRY M. ZACHS Managing Editor

JOSEPH P . KURMASKIE Senior Associate

RUSSELL B. JONES, JR. Business Manager

WILLIAM A. LOEB Senior Associate


JOSEPH C. CLARKE Dean of Students


DEDICATION

Joseph Cornelius Clarke came to Trinity in 1929, upon completion of his education at Springfield College, as an instructor in the Department of Education. In this capacity he coached varsity swimming, which position he held for twentyfour years. In 1935 he became Assistant Professor of Physical Education and in 1938 obtained his Master's Degree. He switched to the Dean's office in 1946 and in 1948 became Dean of Students. His work, however, bas not been limited to the college. He has served as Director of the Hartford Times Camp for Underprivileged Children, Chairman of the American Red Cross Water Safety Commission, Chairman of the Hartford Community Council Committee on Youth Service, and Vice-President of the Good Will Boys Club. Dean Clarke was married in 1930 to Miss Lucile K. Hopson and has one daughter, Cynthia. Their lives have been devoted to Trinity College and its family of students. As Trinity's first Dean of Students he has carried out a policy which has pleased both the college and the students. His primary concern is for the student, although it must be remembered that no dean forgets his college. Joseph Clarke has been a loyal and charismatic Dean, whose belief in the worth of the individual, and his faith in each student in particular, has enriched our lives. The Dean's work is never finished, but he always has time to answer questions, share a joke, or give a bit of encouragement. He once characteristically remarked, "It has taken me an hour to get from the 'cave' to this office." His discipline can be stem, but it is wise and tempered with kindness. He sees beyond the present prank to future worth, and we know he is with us even when we are wrong. He is patient with our failures and gives us confidence in our ultimate success. To Trinity students he will always be "the friend that sticketh closer than a brother." We of the Ivy , therefore, dedicate this book to him in gratitude for his contribution to the development of each of us who has been in Trinity while he has been Dean of Students. 7


JUDGE HAROLD R. MEDINA

CONVOCATION

of ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-THIRD YEAR From all over the world, learned men were assembled at Trinity for the convocation of the college's one hundred and thirty-third year. The theme, "The Challenge to Liberal Education," was treated under five topics: our industrial civilization, the free man, the creative man, American freedom, and ideas for the future. Men from many walks of life were asked to speak on this important subject. The sessions were not only interesting, but extremely enlightening. The two major addresses were given by Judge Harold R. Medina and General Carlos Romulo. Judge Medina pointed out that "liberal fundamentally means free." The function of a liberal education is to instill in the student "a burning zeal for the ascertainment of truth." "The Road to Freedom is a difficult road to follow, full of pitfalls and perplexities . . . We must be fearless and tolerant and receptive of new ideas and new interpretations." "It is truth that helps man to stay free," said General Romulo. He went on to describe our Pacific chain of defense with illustrations from his own country. He referred to the Phillippines' independence as "a breath of fresh air." Recounting some of the most terrible moments of the Second World War, he said, "And yet we fought. With the spirit of free men." Describing America he said, "Your real greatness lies in those imponderable and intangible elements of the American spirit in which you, as in Asia, are immeasurably rich. Those are the spiritual values." In closing he asked Americans to "make your ideals coincide with your preachments." Other addresses were delivered by Dr. Krout, The Honorable OrieL. Phillips, Dr. Poling, Sir Percy Spender, Messers Eberhart, Goldman, Long, Motherwell, O'Connor, and Taylor.

GENERAL CARLOS P. ROMULO

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DR. DANIEL A. POLING

Recipients of Honorary Degrees

SIR PERCY SPENDER

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ALBERT CHARLES JACOBS

President of the College


JOSEPH C. CLARKE Dean of Students

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ADMINISTRATION ALBERT E. HOLLAND

KENNETH C. PARKER

JOHN F. BUTLER

DALE W. HARTFORD

JOHN A. MASON

JAMES K. ROBERTSON

ROBERT M. VOGEL

HENRY E. WILCOX

WILLIAM R. PEELLE

HAROLD W. MESSER

THOMAS A. SMITH

NORMAN A. WALKER


ENGLISH RALPH M. WILLIAMS

MORSE S. ALLEN

SAMUEL F. MORSE

THURMAN L. HOOD

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JOHN A. DANDO

JOHN B. McNULTY

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GEORGE E. NICHOLS

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DANIEL B. RISDON

RICHARD P. BENTON

JAMES L. POTTER


PSYCHOLOGY PHILOSOPHY RELIGION GOVERNMENT HARRY T. COSTELLO

EDMOND L. CHERBONNIER

BLANCHARD W. MEANS

ALLEN F . BRAY, III

PAUL W. KURTZ

VERNON L. FERWERDA

ANDREW H. SOUERWINE

REX C. NEA VERSON

ROBERT D. MEADE

PHILIP L. KINTNER

OSBORNE W. LACY


HISTORY ECONOMICS DANIEL B. THOMPSON

LAWRENCE W. TOWLE

GEORGE B. COOPER

JOHN E. CANDELET

EUGENE W. DAVIS

JACK N. X. OANH

NORTON DOWNS

RICHARD SCHEUCH

ROBERT C. BLACK, III

RANDALLW. TUCKER

PHILIP C. F. BANKWITZ

ROBERT M. RAUNER


BIOLOGY GEOLOGY CHEMISTRY JAMES W. BURGER

STERLING B. SMITH

JAMES M. VAN STONE

ROBERT H. SMELLIE

STANLEY ZIMMERING

VICTOR GILPIN

RANDOLPH W. CHAPMAN

WINFIELD S. WORRALL

JOSEPH ST. JEAN, JR .

EDWARD BOBKO

MARTIN H. FRANCIS


PHYSICS MATHEMATICS HAROLD L. DORWART

FRANK W. CONSTANT

EDWIN N. NILSON

ROBERT F. KINGSBURY

WALTER J. KLIMCZAK

ALONZO G. GRACE

ROBERT C. STEWART

WILLIAM L. TROUSDALE

EMMET F. WHITTLESEY

ALLYN J. WASHINGTON


CLASSICS LANGUAGES LOUIS H. NAYLOR

ALBERT MERRIMAN

GUSTAVE W. ANDRIAN

ALBERT L. GASTMAN

ROBERT P. WATERMAN

HANS F. FRESE

WALTER D. LEAVITT

MONTGOMERY B. ANGELL, JR.

ALFRED J. WRIGHT, JR .

MICHAEL R. CAMPO


FINE ARTS MUSIC EDUCATION LIBRARY JOHN C. E. TAYLOR

MITCHELL N . PAPPAS

DONALD B. ENGLEY

DONALD L. HERDMAN

GEORGE W. ADAMS

RICHARD K. MORRIS

CLARENCE E. WATIERS

CLARENCE H . BARBER


AIR SCIENCE ENGINEERING HAROLD J. LOCKWOOD

WENDELL E. KRAFT

JERRY H . AYERS

AUGUST E. SAPEGA

GEORGE L. LONG

WILLIAM G. FOSTER

HENRY A. EGIERD

RALPH W. McFERRIN


PHYSICAL EDUCATION RAYMOND OOSTING

DANIEL E. JESSEE

WILLIAM H. GERHOLD KARL KURTH, JR.

ARTHUR H. CHRIST

ROBERT D. SLAUGHTER

ROY A. OATH


CLASS HISTORY The Class of 1956 entered Trinity heralded as the greatest in the college's history. They came to college under the cloud of the Korean War and leave under the gentle mist of peace. They were the first class to have Junior Advisers, now almost a tradition, the first Freshman class to use the new library, and the last to live in Northam and Jarvis. The same year saw Dr. Jacobs inaugurated as the fourteenth President. Not limited to scholars, the Class of '56 rocked old Trin with one of the earliest bottle nights on record. The college waited to see the realization of this potential class. The class, however, found time to study and participate in college activities. They picked up quickly under strong leadership.

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"Sing 'Neath the Elms" was frequently heard phrase of a glaring Sophomore directed at a bewildered Freshman in 1953 . The class enforced strictly the traditions of the college, and the Freshmen stayed off the grass and wore their beanies. A strong group of Sophomores pledged fraternities, 125 out of 138 eligible. The Sophomore Hop路 proved to be one of the best dances of the year; but the class of '56 did not forget the serious side of college. Many men became leaders in campus organizations, and in athletics they produced strong nuclei in all sports. The class settled down to college life and took responsibility as it came along. The Korean War had ended, and 路a weight seemed to have been lifted from the shoulders of the college student. At the end of the year, the Class of 1954 presented the Class of '56 with the coveted Lemon Squeezer. The class accepted it proudly, and looked forward to their next two years in order to prove to the college that they were the rightful recipient of this long standing tradition. The Junior year found the class continuing to push towards their final goal, which now was only a year away. The newspaper headlines told of war, but it was not reflected in the attitudes of the class. The draft proved no great fear, and the ROTC dwindled. President Eisenhower flew to Hartford for the convocation of Trinity's one hundred and thirty-second year - a great success. In all phases of Trinity's life the class of '56 prepared itself to assume the leadership of the college. The year closed, shrouded in darkness as the power failed during exams. This fall, 196 Seniors returned to Trinity to manifest the apogee of their potential as a class. The last year had arrived, but few Seniors missed the football games or the party week-ends. Scholasticly they remained on top, socially they lacked nothing, and athleticly exploded one of Trinity's greatest football teams and one of its greatest players. The class remained a cohesive group still displaying the potential which was so boldly expressed four years before. This year's convocation brought together men of learning from all over the United States and the world- from Judge 路Medina fo General Romulo; from Keith Funston to Sir Percy Spender; from Dr. Poling to Francis Taylor. In these four memorable years, Trinity College has gained national recognition in all fields . Tiny Trinity has reached its short arm into every corner of the United States, and the Class of 1956 can say with pride that they did live up to the college's expectations. SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED: Morgan B. Brainard, III; Robert E. Carey; Willis H . Diefendorf; James V. Euliano ; John L. Fox; John S. Gleason ; Russell Z. Johnston , Jr. ; PeterS. McCabe; William K. Reed ; Elton J . Reid; Jay M. Sivitz; John E . Spies; Alastair L. Taylor.

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RICHARD GRAHAM ABBOTT

DONALD EDWARD AHLBERG

Box 719

493 Hillside Avenue Canal Zone

Balboa

Major: MATHEMATICS Track I, 2; Inter-Dorm Council I; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Advisor; Sigma Pi Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; R. 0 . T. C. Corps Commander; Theta Xi, President 3.

Hartford

Connecticut Major: ENGINEERING

Engineering Club I , 2, 3, Secretary 4. Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

Prepared at Balboa High School.

KENNETH WHITTIER AKE

ROBERT HOWARD ALEXANDER

202 Highland Road

109 South Main Street

Rye

New York

West Hartford

Connecticut

Major : HISTORY

Major: ECONOMICS

Football I, 2; Squash I ; LaCrosse 2; InterDorm Council I; Corinthian Yacht Club l , 2, 3, 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Football I , 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dining Club; Athletic Advisory Council.

Prepared at Th e Hill School.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School. 31


ARTHUR PETER ANDERSON, JR.

BRUCE FREDERICK ANDERSON

54 Winthrop Court Milford

38 Brook Street Connecticut

Newington

Connecticut

Major : ECONOMICS

Major : EDUCATION

Track I ; Canterbury Club I , 2; Theta Xi.

Protestant Fellowship 4; Glee Club I ; Tripod 2; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Psi.

Prepared at Th e Milford School.

Prepared at N ewington High School.

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DONALD WERNER ANDERSON

RAYMOND BRUNO ARAMINI

20 South M ayflower Road Lake Forest

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7 Old F arms Road

Illinois

Avon

Connecticut

Major : ECONOMICS

Major: ENGINEERING

Basketball I, 2; Track I , 2; Senate; IntraMural Board I; Spanish Club 2, 3; Political Science Club I, 2, 3, 4; Iv y I ; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Chi Rho.

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I , 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I , 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Lake Forest High School.

Prepared at Canton High School.


ROBERT HENRY BAKER, JR.

ALBERT JOHN BARNETT

2420 Brown Street Evanston

10 1 Hungerford Street Illinois

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS

Major: ENGLISH

Squash 1, 2, 3, 4; John Mason Award 3; Intra-Mural Board 3; Chemistry Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, President 4; Delta Phi, VicePresident.

Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

Prepared School.

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Evanston

Town ship

Brownell Club.

High

JOHN路 HOWARD BARTER

JOHN MARSHALL BARTON

90 Tunxis Road

19 Ridgewood Road

West Hartford

Connecticut

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: ECONOMICS

Senate; Inter-Fraternity Council ; Canterbury Club I ; Glee Club I, 2; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Inter Fraternity Council Ball Committee; Phi Kappa Psi, President 3, 4.

Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 ; Sophomore Dining Club; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at Kingswood Academy.

Prepared at Kingswood School. 33


GORDON SAMUEL BATES

ALLYN LEE BEARDSELL

38 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue

I Homestead Court

Yonkers

New York

Short Hills

New Jersey

Major: GEOLOGY

Major : PHILOSOPHY

Fencing I, 2, 3, Captain 4; Protestant Fellowship I, 2, 3, President 4.

Inter-Dorm Council I; WRTC I, 2; Band I, 2; Philosophy Club, President 3, 4; Campus Chest 3; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared at Yonkers High School.

Prepared at Millburn High School.

BENJAMIN BELL, IV Welsh Road Willow Grove

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RALPH SAYRE BEREN 8212 Westminster Road

Pennsylvania

Elkins Park

Pennsylvania

Major: PSYCHOLOGY

Major: HISTORY

Inter-Dorm Council 2; Chemistry Club I, 3, 4; Psychology Club, President 4; Corinthian Yacht Club 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Track I, 2, 3, 4; Hillel Society I, 2, 3, 4: Ivy I, 2, Sports Editor 3, Senior Editor 4; Tripod I, 2, 3; Cross Country I, 2; Theta Xi, Vice-President 3, President 4.

Prepared at Episcopal Academy.

Prepared at Cheltenham High School.


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GEORGE MELBOURNE BERGERMAN

JOHN DONER BLACKFORD

1130 Park Avenue

Bear Hill Estates

New York

New York

New York

Towners

Major: HISTORY

Major: HISTORY

Swimming 1, 2, 4; Track 1; Intra- Mural Board I; Hillel Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Ivy 1, Activities Editor 2, Managing Editor 3; Handbook 4; Theta Xi.

Squash 1; Track 1, 4; Fencing 3; Canterbury Club 4; WRTC 3, 4; Foreign Policy Association 4; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Carmel High School.

Prepared at Horace Mann School.

RONALD GEORGE BOSS

304 Beechwood Road

56 Elmhurst Street Elmwood

ROBERT ALAN BRIGGAMAN

Connecticut Major: HISTORY

Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at William Hall High School.

West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: PRE-MEDICAL Football 1; Golf 2, Captain 3, 4; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at William Hall High School. 35


JOHN SINCLAIR BRIMS

DONALD FIELD BURR

151 Park A venue

Moon House

Verona

New Jersey

West Chatham

Massachusetts

Major: ENGLISH

Major: CLASSICS

Republican Club 1; Jesters 2, 3; WRTC 1, 2; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Philosophy Club 4;" Tripod 3, 4; Review 1, 2, 3, Editor in Chief 4; Psi Upsilon.

Canterbury Club, Treasurer I, President 2; WRTC 1; Chapel Choir 1; Delta Phi.

Prepared路 at St. Peter's.

Prepared at Kent School.

JAMES CONGLETON BURROUGHS

MERRILL BURD CALLEN

Linden Road Pinehurst

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North Carolina

Rumson Road Rumson

New Jersey

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: ENGINEERING

Jesters I, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Delta Phi.

Soccer I; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club 2, 3, 4; Tripod 3, 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Prepared at Staunton Military Academy.

Prepared at Lawrenceville School.


EDWARD FRANCIS CAMPBELL

MARION DONALD CARDWELL

43 Chapman Street Hartford

77 Oxford Street

Connecticut

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ENGINEERING

Major: ENGLISH

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Swimming I , 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club 3, 4; Sigma Nu.

Football 1; Swimming 1, 2; Antheneum Society 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Freshman Executive Committee; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

Prepared at Phillips Andover.

ALBERT JOSEPH CASALE

LESLIE FRANK CHARD, II

32 Essex Street

16 West 4th Street

Hartford

Connecticut

Dunkirk

New York

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: HISTORY and ENGLISH

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Intra-Mural Board 4; Democratic Club 1, 3; Canterbury Club 1, Treasurer 2; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

Prepared at Dunkirk High School.

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JOHN KENNEDY CHURCHILL

GEORGE JOHN COLE

3800 North Lake Drive Milwaukee

Wisconsin

142 Sylvan Avenue Leonia

New Jersey

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: ECONOMICS

Football 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi.

Football 1; Baseball I, 2; Track 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest; Alpha Chi Rho.

Prepared at Milwaukee University School.

Prepared at Leonia High School.

RICHARD FRANK COLLVER

FRANKLIN HUNTOON COURSEN 20 H awthorne Road

I 10 Augur Street Hamden

Connecticut

New Jersey

Major : HISTORY

Major: ECONOMICS

Soccer I ; WRTC I; Corinthian Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club 2, 3; Psi Upsilon.

Squash I, 2, 3, 4; LaCrosse I, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council 4; Intra-Mural Board 3; Junior Advisor; Inter Fraternity Ball Committee; Campus Chest; Sophomore Dining Club; Theta Xi.

Prepared at Th e Gunn ery.

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Short Hills

Prepared at Millburn High School.


HUGH EDWARD CRILLY, III

WILLARD SALTONSTALL DAKIN

1812 Chew Street

151 Fuller Lane

Allentown

Pennsylvania

Winnetka

Illinois

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: ECONOMICS

Swimming I , 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Alpha Chi Rho.

Swimming I ; LaCrosse 3; Tennis I; Republican Club I , 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleaders 4; Band I, 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared at Allentown High School.

Prepared at New Trier.

EDWARD JOSEPH DALEY, JR.

GERALD DESMOND DANDROW

39 Bellevue Place Middletown

138 Nott Street Connecticut

Wethersfield

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: GOVERNMENT

Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club 4; Tripod 3, 4; Campus Chest 2, 3; Alpha Chi Rho.

Track I; Democratic Club I, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Woodrow Wilson High School.

Prepared at Notre Dame High School. 39


ROBERT DUANE DAVIS

ALFRED JOHN DEFALCO

57 West First Street

Cross Hollow Road

Galesburg

Illinois

Woodbridge

Connecticut

Major: ENGINEERING

Major: GERMAN

Football 1; Track I ; Class SecretaryTreasurer 4; Cheerleaders 4; Engineering Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Junior Prom Committee; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Delta Phi, President.

LaCrosse 1, 2; Fencing I, 2; Inter Fraternity Council; Republican Club 2, 3; Inter Fraternity Council Ball Committee; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Prepared at Hamden High School.

Prepared at Galesburg Senior High School.

WYLIE JEROME DODDS 40 Cambridge Road Stamford

40

Connecticut

FRANCIS JOHN DUGGAN 20 Lexington Street Wethersfield

Connecticut

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: ECONOMICS

Swimming 1; Fencing 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Chemistry Club 4.

Basketball 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at Stamford High School.

Prepared at Wethersfield High School.


WILLIAM HENRY EASTBURN, III

KENNETH WILLIAM EATON

96 Ocean A venue

9 Beechcroft Road

Edgewood

Rhode Island

Short Hills

Major: PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY Swimming I , 2, 3, 4; Republican Club I , Vice-President 2, President 3, 4; Political Science Club I , 2, 3; Junior Advisor; Foreign Policy Club 2, 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon, President 4.

New Jersey Major: ENGLISH

Baseball I ; Cheerleader; Sigma Nu . Prepared at Millburn High School.

Prepared at Mt . H ermon.

WESLEY WINSLOW EUSTIS I73 Oakland Avenue West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ENGINEERING

JOHN REYNOLD EVANS Solomons

Maryland Major: ECONOMICS

Basketball I , 2, 3, 4; Track I , 2; Engineering Club I, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma; Brownell Club.

Football I , 2; Track I , 2, 3; Senate; Republican Club I , 2; Junior Advisor; Tripod 3, 4; ROTC Ball Committee; Campus Chest 2; Sophomore Dining Club ; St. Anthony Hall .

Prepared at Hall High School.

Prepared at St. James School.

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CHARLES ALLEN EVEN, JR.

62 Ralston Avenue

23 Coleman Road Wethersfield

THOMAS EDGAR FENTON, JR.

Connecticut

South Orange

New Jersey

Major: HISTORY

Major: MATHEMATICS Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4. Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

Republican Club I, 2, President 3; Protestant Fellowship I ; Antheneum Society 3; Poltical Science Club I, 2, 3, President 4; Philosophy Club 3, 4; Psychology Club; Foreign Policy Association I, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 1, 2. Prepared at Columbia High School.

RICHARD LEE FLEMING

GERALD JOSEPH FLOOD

401 North Macon Street

9 Convoy Drive Illinois

Bement

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New Britain

Connecticut

Major: CLASSICS

Major: FRENCH AND EDUCATION

Protestant Fellowship I, 2, 3, Program Chairman 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 4; Philosophy Club 4; Carilloneurs 2, 3, Chairman 4.

Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; French Club I, 2, 3; Education Club 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Bement High School.

Prepared at New Britain High School.


FRANK GORDON FOLEY

ROBERT BROATCH FRANTZ

71 Park Avenue

6739 Field House Way

New York

New York

Cincinnati

Major: HISTORY

Ohio Major: ECONOMICS

Football l, 2, 3, 4; Republican Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Advisor; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Track l, 2; Delta Phi. Prepared at Mariemont High School.

Prepared at Collegiate School.

PHILIP ROLAND FRENCH, Ill

EUGENE JOSEPH GALLAGHER 1446 Broad Street

676 Summit Avenue Minnesota

St. Paul

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: FINE ARTS

Major: ECONOMICS

Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer, Vice-Commodore 4; Psi Upsilon.

Baseball l , 2; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Prepared at St. Paul Academy.

Prepared at Hartford High School. 43


HOWARD JOSEPH GARTLAND

DAVID ARTHUR GINNS

79 London Drive Hamden

1520 Spruce Street Connecticut

Philadelphia

Pennsylvania

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Basketball Manager I ; LaCrosse 1, 2; Inter Fraternity Council Treasurer; Inter-Dorm Council 1; Democratic Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club Treasurer 3; Cheerleader; Corinthian Yacht Club 4; Sigma Nu.

LaCrosse 1; Intra-Mural Board 2; Hillel Society 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Political Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu ; Freshman Mathematics Prize; Brownell Club. Prepared at Central High School.

Prepared at Hillhouse High School.

ROLAND EVERETT GLEDHILL

WILLIAM VAN ORDEN GNICHTEL

21 Goshen Street

56 Denham Road

Hartford

44

Connecticul

Springfield

New Jersey

Major: HISTORY

Major: ENGLISH

Football Manager 3, 4; Swimming Man路 ager 3; Track Manager 3; Band I, 4; Sigma Nu.

Jesters 2, 3, 4; WRTC 1, 2, 3; French Club 4; Philosophy Club 3, 4; Corinthian Yacht Club 3, 4; Tripod 4; Review 3, 4; Psi Upsilon.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

Prepared at Columbia High School.


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DOUGLAS SADTLER GREEN

ALFRED THOMAS GUERTIN

3948 Cloverhill Road

466 Sheridan Road Maryland

Baltimore

Winnetka

Illinois

Major: FINE ARTS AND MUSIC

Major: CHEMISTRY

LaCrosse I ; Pipes I, 2, 3, Director 4; Glee Club I, 2; St. Anthony Hall.

Basketball 1, 2; Golf; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Psi.

Prepared at Gilman Country School.

Prepared at New Trier High School.

BARRY TURNER HAFF

ROBERT MICHAEL HAMMAKER

21 Sagamore Road

43 Willow Road

Bronxville

New York

Winnetka

Jllinois

Major: GEOLOGY

Major : CHEMISTRY

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra-Mural Board 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Psi.

Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Advisor; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, Secretary 4; Phi Kappa Psi.

Prepared at Bronxville High School.

Prepared at New Trier High School.

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EDWARD EUGENE HENRIE 312 West 4th Street Bloomsburg

JAMES ALEXANDER McCLURE HICKEN Miller School

Pennsylvania

Albermarle County

Major: HISTORY

Virginia

Major: HISTORY

Canterbury Club 1; Sigma Nu. Prepared at Bloomsburg High School.

Fencing 1, 2; Inter-Dorm Council 2: Class President 1, 2, 3; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Chest Committee 2, 3; Sophomore Dining Club; Freshman Executive Council ; St. Anthony Hall. Prepared at St. Andrews Academy.

DAVID ALVAH HOARE

JEFFERSON HOUSTON HODGES, JR.

112 Eleventh Street Watkins Glen

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899 Riverside Street New York

Portland

Maine

Major: CLASSICS AND HISTORY

Major: ECONOMICS

Canterbury Club I, 2; WRTC I ; Glee Club I , 2, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi.

Fencing I, 2, 3; Inter-Dorm Council I ; French Club 3; Junior Advisor; Theta Xi.

Prepared at the K ent School.

Prepared at N ew Hampton Preparatory School.


ROBERT WILLIAM HOLMSTROM

EDGAR HOYER, JR.

Skyline Drive

3922 Dunne) Lane

Farmington

Connecticut

Maryland

Kensington

Major: PHILOSOPHY

Major: ECONOMICS

Swimming I , 2, 3, 4; Philosophy Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Brownell Club.

Soccer 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I ; Track 3; Intra-Mural Board 4; Junior Advisor; Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Chi Rho.

Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

Prepared at St. Jam es High School.

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LOUIS DAVID HURR

WILLIAM STEPHEN RUTHER

5929 Audubon Avenue Detroit

1660 Lake Road Michigan

Webster

New York

Major: FINE ARTS

Major : HISTORY

Inter Fraternity Council ; Corinthian Yacht Club 2, 3, 4; Psi Upsilon.

Soccer I ; Republican Club 3; Glee Club I, 2; Tripod 4; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared at D etroit Univ ersity School.

Prepared at Allendale High School. 47


ARTHUR JOSEPH JARVIS

JOEL BRADSHAW JEPSON

II Valentine Street

Evans Lane

Newington

Connecticut

Haverford

Pennsylvania

Major: ENGLISH

Major: ENGLISH and PHILOSOPHY

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, Assistant Business Manager 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President 3, President 4.

Basketball I ; Squash 4; Tennis I; IntraMural Board 2, 4; Philosophy Club 3, 4; Psi Upsilon. Prepared at Episcopal Academy.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

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RICHARD WILLIAM DICKINSON JEWETT, JR. 143 Rose Lane Haverford

268 Linnmoore Street Hartford

Pennsylvania Major: FINE ARTS

Squash I, 2, 3, 4; Tennis I, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; St. Anthony Hall. Prepared at Episcopal Academy. 48

RICHARD JOSEPH JORDAN Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club. Prepared at Bulkeley High School.


JOSEPH GABRIEL KELLEY

HERBERT KLEE, JR.

413 Pleasant Street

1149 Crofton Avenue

Connecticut

Thomaston

Highland Park

Illinois

Major: MATHEMATICS

Major: FINE ARTS

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Atheneum Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Squash 1; Tennis 1; Intra-Mural Board, Vice President 4; Theta XI. Prepared at Highland Park High School.

Prepared at Thomaston High School.

ALDEN GAYLORD KNIGHT

PHILIP IRWIN KOTCH Glenridge Road

50 Woodstock Road

Connecticut

Hamden

Glenville

Connecticut

Major: PHYSICS

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Republican Club 2, 3, 4; Hillel Society 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared at Hopkins Grammar School.

Prepared at Greenwich High School.

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RONALD ALEXANDER KOZUCH

JOSEPH PATRICK KURMASKIE

84 Wolcott Hill Road Wethersfield

Connecticut

20 Pine Hill Street Simsbury

Connecticut

Major: HISTORY AND EDUCATION

Major: ECONOMICS

Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball I , 2; Baseball I, 2, 3, Captain 4; Newman Club; Spanish Club; Political Science Club; Sigma Nu.

Inter Fraternity Council; Newman Club; Glee Club 2, 3, Vice President 4; Ivy , Fraternity Editor 3, Senior Associate 4; Inter Fraternity Council Ball Committee; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

Prepared at Westminster School.

THOMAS MORGAN LAWRENCE

THOMAS WILLIAM LAWRENCE 76 Campfield Ave.

162 Westover Road Stamford

Connecticut Major: ENGLISH

Corinthian Yacht Club I; R eview 3, 4; St. Anthony Hall. Prepared at Cambridge School. 50

Hartford

Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS

Newman Club 4; Alpha Chi Rho. Prepared at Bulkeley High School.


DAVID WEBB LEE

JOHN DONALD LIMPITLA W

42 Brownell A venue

Whitehall Street

Connecticut

Hartford

Lynbrook

New York

Major: ENGLISH

Major: ECONOMICS and ENGLISH

Track I, 3; Senate 4; WRTC I, Advertising Manager 2; Pipes I , 3; Chapel Choir I; Junior Prom Committee; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Delta Phi, Vice-President 4.

Democratic Club I, 2; Canterbury Club I, 2, 4; Political Science Club I, 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Band 1; Foreign Policy Association 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest 1, 2; Delta Phi. Prepared at Lynbrook High School.

Prepared at West Orange High School.

ROBERT LIVINGSTON

WILLIAM ARNOLD LOEB

83 Rumford Street

827 N. Mt. Pleasant Avenue

West Hartford

Connecticut

Philadelphia

Pennsylvania

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: ENGLISH

Chemistry 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President.

Republican Club 1, 2; Hillel Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Club, Treasurer 4; Ivy 1, 2, Photography Editor 3, Senior Associate 4.

Prepared at William Hall High School.

Prepared at William Penn Charter ScHool.

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ALAN HUBBARD LOVERIDGE

EDWARD STANLEY LUCAS

Hamilton Avenue

95 Wadsworth Street

Watertown

Connecticut

Connecticut Major : ECONOMICS

Spanish Club 3; Glee Club I ; Corinthian Yacht Club 1; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Aviation Club 3, President 4; Delta Kappa Epsilon .

Prepared at Crosley High School.

Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

PETER VAN COWENHOVEN LUQUER 34 Griggs Road Brookline

Massachusetts

Major : ROMANC E LANGUAGES

52

Hartford

Major : ECONOMICS

Swimming 2; French Club 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club I , 2; Corinthia n Yacht Club 2. 3; Aviation Club 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 2; St. Anthony Hall.

Prepared at Salisbury School.

STANLEY FRANCIS LUSNIA, JR. 98 Chapin Street Chicopee

Massachusetts

M ajor : HISTORY and EDUCATlON Football 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Baseball 2, 3; Democratic C lub 3, 4 ; Newm an Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Ball Committee ; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at Chicopee High School.


BRUCE NEWELL MACDONALD

WILLIAM FILMORE MACDONALD, III

444 Cedar A venue Highland Park

13 Elkan Road Illinois

Larchmont

New York

Major : FINE ARTS and ENGLISH

Major: GENERAL SCIENCE

Soccer 1, 2, 3; Inter-Dorm Council I; Jesters 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, Assistant Manager 2; Junior Advisor; Ivy l , 2, 3; Tripod I, 2, 3, 4; Review I, 2, 3, Executive Editor 4; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Chest 3; Alpha Delta Phi.

LaCrosse 1; Inter-Dorm Council 1; Jesters 2, 3; Chemistry Club 2; Glee Club I ; Engineering Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 1, 3; Alpha Delta Phi. Prepared at Mamaron eck High School.

Prepared at N ew Trier High School.

KIRBY JAMES MALCOLM-SMITH

JOHN VINCENT MARINO, JR. 93 Washington Street

4 Castlewood Road West Hartford Major: ENGLISH Pi Kappa Alpha. Prepared at Hall High School.

Connecticut

New York

Freeport Major: ENGLISH

Intra-Mural Board 3; Republican Club 2, 3; Canterbury Club I ; WRTC I, 2; Pipes 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I ; Campus Chest 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Prepared at Kent School.

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ROGER EARL MARTIN

JOHN LEWIS MATTHEWS, JR.

27 Windsor Avenue

370 Freeman Street

Rockville

Connecticut Major : ECONOMICS

WRTC 1; Glee Club 2, 3.

Hartford

Connecticut Major: HISTORY

Prepared at Bennett High School.

Prepared at Rockville High School.

DANIEL STANLEY MAZUR

28 South Governor Street Hartford

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Connecticut

DONALD JOHN McALLISTER

464 West Englewood Avenue West Englewood

New Jersey

Major: ECONOMICS

Major : BIOLOGY

Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Ivy 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Brownell Club, President 4.

Soccer I ; Swimming I ; Squash 3, 4; Tennis I, 2, 4; Campus Chest Committee I, 2; Phi Kappa Psi.

Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

Prepared at Tean eck High School.


GEORGE ROBERT McCANLESS 423 Larch Avenue Bogota

CARL JOHN MEISTER, JR. 1401 Golden Hill Drive

New Jersey

Indianapolis

Indiana

Major: MATHEMATICS

Major: HISTORY

Track 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; French Club 3; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Chi Rho.

Soccer 1; Swimming I; LaCrosse 1, 2; Republican Club I, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1; French Club I , 2, 3, 4; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Prepared at Bogota High School.

Prepared at Haverford School.

STEPHEN ARTHUR MONGILLO, JR. Racebrook Road Woodbridge

Connecticut Major: ENGLISH

Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu. Prepared at Hopkins Grammar School.

EDWARD ALEMBERT MONTGOMERY, JR. 915 Harrison Avenue Niagara Falls

New York

Major : ENGLISH and HISTORY LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Cheerleader 4; Junior Advisor; Ivy 1, Photography Editor 2, Activities Editor 3, Editorin-Chief 4; Tripod 1, Commercial Manager 2, Member-at-Large 3, Business Manager 4; Handbook; Campus Chest 4; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; St. Anthony Hall.

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JOHN RICHARDSON MORLEY

PHILIP RHODES MORRIS

Harbor View, West Bay Street

38 Riverdale Road

Nassau

Bahamas

Wellesley Hills

Massachusetts

Major: HISTORY

Major: FRENCH

Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi.

Swimming 1; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Ball Committee; St. Anthony Hall.

Prepared at Moses Brown High School.

Prepared at Noble and Greenough High School.

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EZRA RUST MUIRHEAD

JAMES FRANCIS MURPHY

63 Kenwood Road

18 Mountford Street

Grosse Pointe Farms

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Michigan

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: HISTORY and ENGLISH

Major: ECONOMICS

Republican Club I, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club I ; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Lawrenceville School.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.


PETER WHITNEY NASH

132 Highland Avenue

Farmers Row Groton

DALE CLIFFORD NELSON

Massachusetts Major : PHILOSOPHY

Canterbury Club I, 2; Atheneum Society I; Glee Club I , 2; Philosophy Club 3, Treasurer 4; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, Commodore 4; Psi Upsilon , President 4.

Connecticut

Middletown Major: ENGLISH Football I , 2; Track I.

Prepared at Lindblom High School.

Prepared at Brooks School.

RICHARD FRANCIS NISSI

JOHN DALE O'BRIEN

590 Washington Street

128 Jordan Lane

Haverhill

Massachusetts

Wethersfield

Connecticut

Major: HISTORY and EDUCATION

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Senior Class President; Newman Club 4; Senior Ball Committee; Medusa; Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Nu.

Swimming I; Track 2; Newman Club I , 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Riverdale Country School.

Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

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DALE TOBIN O'DONNELL

RIAL PECK OGDEN

c ; o General E. O'Donnell, Bolling Field

9 Sherman Street

Washington

District of Columbia

Connecticut

Hartford

Major: HISTORY

Major: ENGLISH and FRENCH

Swimming 1; French Club I, 2, 3, 4; Corinthian Yacht Club I, 2, 3, 4; Tripod 2; St. Anthony Hall.

Inter Fraternity Council 3; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Jesters I, 2; WRTC 4; French Club President 2; Pipes I, 2, 3, Arranger 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, student director and accompanist 4; Tripod 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Fountain Valley School.

Prepared at Loomis School.

FREDERICK LYMAN OSBORN

GERALD EDWIN PAULEY, JR.

East Walnut Road Vineland

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Convent Road New Jersey

Syosset

New York

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: ECONOMICS

Track 1; LaCrosse 3, 4; Republican Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club I ; Aviation Club 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Football I , 4; Basketball I ; Baseball 1; Track 2; Senate Inter-Dorm Council 2; Intra-Mural Board, President 3; Cheerleaders 3; Junior Advisor; ROTC Ball Committee 4; Sigma Nu.

Prepared at Vineland High School.

Prepared at St. Paul's School.


JOACHIM EDWARD PENGEL

ROBERT PAUL PERENS

839 Nicollet Avenue North Mankate

233 West 233 Street Minnesota

Major: PSYCHOLOGY Phi Kappa Psi. Prepared at Mankate High School.

New York

New York

Major : PRE-MEDICAL Fencing I , 2, 3, 4; Hillel Society I , 2, J, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Foreign Policy Association 4; Phi Kappa Psi. Prepared at Columbia Grammar School.

ARNOLD IRWIN PERSKY

RICHARD HOWELL PHILLIPS

116 Pla infield Street

South Road

H artford

Connecticut Major : ECONOMICS

Football 1; Hillel Society I, 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3, President 4; Glee Club 2; Brownell Club, Vice-President 4. Prepared at W eaver High School.

Sands Point

New York

Major : PRE-MEDICAL Campus Chest 3; St. Anthony H all. Prepared at Detroit University School. 59


SAMUEL EUGENE PICKETT

LUCIAN HENRY PIENKOWSKI, JR.

Macktown Road

220 Curtis Street

Windsor

Connecticut

New Britain

Connecticut

Major: PHILOSOPHY

Major : ENGINEERING

Band I, 2, 3, 4; Philosophy Club 3, Secretary 4; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, Vice President 4; Brownell Club.

Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Engineeri ng Club 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club. Prepared at St. John Kanty.

Prepared at Loomis School.

JOHN PIPER

BARRY RONALD PLOTTS

94 Fennbrook Road West Hartford

60

Connecticut

179 Windermere A venue Lansdowne

Pennsylvania

Major: CHEMISTRY

Major : HISTORY

Canterbury Club I; Chemistry Club I , 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Basketball 1, 2; Baseball I ; Inter-Dorm Council 1, 2; Canterbury Club I, 2; Campus Chest 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Prepared at William Hall High School.

Prepared at Episcopal Academy.


LYMAN THEADORE POWELL, III IO Bennington Road Superior

RICHARD BATES PRICE, III 56 Marne Street, 5th Yarra, Southeast I

Wisconsin

Victoria

Australia

Major: HISTORY

Major: ENGLISH

Football I ; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3; Inter-Dorm Council 1; Republican Club 1; Canterbury Club I; Glee Club I; Corinthian Yacht Club I , 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Alpha Delta Phi.

Soccer 1; Fencing 3, 4; Senate; Protestant Fellowship 1; WRTC 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Campus Chest 1, 2, 4; Senior Ball Committee; ROTC Ball Committee. Prepared at Nichols School.

Prepared at Shattuck School.

EERO RAIG

JAY IRVING RALPH

93 Caya A venue

1723 West 13th Street

West Hartford

Connecticut

Wilmington

Delaware

Major: HISTORY

Major: MATHEMATICS

Education Club 3; Pi Gamma Mu; Brownell Club.

Inter-Dorm Council 3; Canterbury Club I, 2; Tripod I, 2; Education Club 2, 3; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at William Hall High School.

Prepared at Sanford Academy. 61


WILLIAM BOSTEDO REED

DAVID PHILIP RENKERT

10 Jaidee Drive

Hills and Dales, ( Brentwood Drive )

East H artford

Connecticut

Ohio

Canton

Major: ECONOMICS

Major : PHILOSOPHY

Inter-Dorm Council 1; Canterbury Club 1; WRTC 1; Pipes 1; Glee Club 1; Chapel Choir 1; St. Anthony H all.

Football 1, 2; LaCrosse 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Senate; Inter-Dorm Council 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Philosophy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Corinthian Yacht Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alph a Delta Phi.

Prepared at Salisbury School.

Prepared at Gunnery School.

KENNETH RESNICK

ANTHONY BERNARD RICE

2116 Avenue M Brooklyn

108 Madison Avenue New York

Major : FINE ARTS Track 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha. Prepared at Jam es M adison High School.

H artford

Connecticut

Major : INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club. Prepared at H artford Public High School.

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RONALD ATLEY RICHARDSON

JOHN HOLBROOK RICKERT

37 Sherman Street

505 South Glenwood Avenue

Newport

Rhode Island

Major: ENGLISH and MODERN LANGUAGES Class Secretary-Treasurer 3; WRTC I; French Club 1, 2; Tripod 2, Features Editor 3; Review 2, Business Manager 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Springfield

Illinois Major: CHEMISTRY

Football 1; Jesters 3; Band I, 2, 3; Theta Xi. Prepared at Springfield High School.

Prepared at Rogers High School.

CHESTER CHARLES RINGHEISER, JR. 320 Fairmount Avenue Jersey City

New Jersey Major: ENGLISH

Review 1, 2, 3, 4; Psi Upsilon. Prepared at St. Bernard's School.

JOHN HOLLAND HARRIS RITTER 3I5 Orchard Way St. Davids

Pennsylvania Major: ENGLISH

Swimming 1; Tennis 1, 2, 4; Class VicePresident 1; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1; Junior Advisor; Corinthian Yacht Club 4; Freshman Executive Council; Inter-Fraternity Council Ball Committee; ROTC Ball Committee; Campus Chest 2, Chairman 3, 4; Sophomore Dining Club; Alpha Delta Phi.

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PHILIP OGDEN RITTER

ALAN SAMUEL ROSENBAUM 342 Lyme Street

134 West Mount Airy Avenue Philadelphia

Pennsylvania

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: PHYSICS

Major: CHEMISTRY

Soccer Manager 1, 2, 3; Swimming Manager 1, 2; Track Manager 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Chemistry Club 1, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee.

Tennis 1, 2; Hillel Society I, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest I ; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, Secretary 3; Brownell Club. Prepared at Weaver High School.

Prepared at Germantown Friends School.

PETER TAYLOR SAYRE 11 Buxton Road Chatham

New Jersey Major: ECONOMICS

Soccer I, 2; Republican Club 3, 4; WRTC 3, 4; Tripod 2, 3, Advertising Manager 4; Delta Phi. 62

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Prepared at Chatham High School.

BERTRAM RICHARD SCHADER 3413 North 路13th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania Major: HISTORY Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1; Senate Treasurer; Inter-Fraternity Council ; Democratic Club 1, 2, President 3, Vice-President 4; Hillel Society 1, Secretary 2, President 3, 4; Political Science Club 1, 2; Vice-President 3, 4; Junior Advisor; Foreign Policy Association 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4; Campus Chest 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Phi Kappa Psi, President 3.


ALAN ROBERT SCHAERTEL

~BAUM

FREDERIC DEGRAW SCHUH

8 Fifth Avenue Connecticut

Gloversville

Major: MODERN LANGUAGES

tY I, 2, 3, 4; igma 2, Sec-

493 Teaneck Road New York

Baseball I, 2; Inter-Dorm Council WRTC I, 2; Glee Club 4; Delta Phi. Prepared at Gloversville High School.

Senate Treatcil; Demo, Vice-Presi)ecretary 2, nee Club I, or Advisor; ~, Vice-Pres2, 3, 4; Phi Who's Who versifies; Phi

New Jersey Major: PRE-MEDICAL

I;

Canterbury Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4 ; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 ; Foreign Policy Association , Treasurer 4 ; Phi Kappa Psi. Prepared at Teaneck High School.

JOl.

:HADER eet >ennsylvania

Teaneck

DONALD JAMIESON SCOTT

SANFORD WILLIAM SCOTT, JR.

32 Underhill Road

9 Center Street

Hamden

Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS

Swimming I , 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; LaCrosse 2; Inter-Dorm Council, President 11; Class Vice-President 2; Republican C lub 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship, Vice-President 4; French Club 3, President 4 ; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest Committee I ; Sophomore Dining Club; Freshman Executive Council ; Theta Xi.

Tariffville

Connecticut

Major : MATHEMATICS Basketball 1; Brownell Club. Prepared at Simsbury High School. 65


KIMBALL SHAW

DONALD FREEMAN SHELLY

180 Commonwealth Avenue Boston

Massachusetts

527 Howe Road Merion

Pennsylvania

Major: ENGLISH

Major: ECONOMICS

Football I , 2, 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council, President 4; Inter Fraternity Council Ball Committee; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Alpha Chi Rho.

Baseball I; Class Secretary-Treasurer I, 2; Protestant Fellowship 4; WRTC, Music Director I, 2, Station Manager 3, 4; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sophomore Dining Club; Freshman Executive Council; Theta Xi.

Prepared at New Bedford High School.

Prepared at Lower Merion High School.

GEORGE WESLEY SKINNER

DEXTER WARDEN SMITH

36 Merline Avenue

20 Riggs Avenue

West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE

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West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS

Baseball I ; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club I, 2, 3, President 4; Delta Phi.

Track I, 2, 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council, Secretary 4; ROTC Ball Committee Chairman; Freshman Executive Council; St. Anthony HaiL

Prepared at William H . Hall High School.

Prepared at Loomis School.


LAURENCE CORTELYOU SMITH North Canaan

WILLIAM RODNEY SMITH

Connecticut

Major : PSYCHOLOGY

22 Fairfield Avenue Hartford

Intra-Mural Board 3; Newman Club I; Psi Upsilon. Prepared at Housatonic Valley Regional High School.

Connecticut Major: PHILOSOPHY

Philosophy Club 3, President 4. Prepared at William Hall HiRh School.

WILLIAM ROTHVEN SMITH, III

JOHN TRACY SNOW, JR.

233 Bellehaven Road

149 Pard Drive

Alexandria

Virginia

River Forest

Illinois

Cross Country I, 2, 3, Captain 4; Track I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4.

Basketball, Varsity Manager 2, 3, 4; InterDorm Council I; Protestant Fellowship 4; WRTC I, 2; Theta Xi, Vice-President 3.

Prepared at T enafly High School.

Prepared at Oak Park-River Forest HiRh School. 67


ROBERT ANTHONY SNOW

RICHARD SIMEON STANSON

90 Keeney Avenue

577 Mardon Avenue

West Hartford

Connecticut

Akron

Major: HISTORY

Ohio Major: HISTORY

Antheneum Society 3, 4. Prepared at William Hall High School.

Soccer I, 2, 3; Republican Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Antheneum Society I, 2; WRTC I, 2; Glee Club I, 2; Corinthian 1, 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Psi Upsilon; Yacht Club. Prepared at Western Reserve Academy.

MARTIN CLAPP STEARNS

CHARLES CAUSTEN STEHLE

Chateau Burgandy Scarsdale

68

Brook Road New York

Rydal

Pennsylvania

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: HISTORY

Antheneum Society 2, 3, President 4; Political Science Club 3, Secretary 4; Delta Phi.

Soccer I, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Jesters 2, 3; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Sophomore Dining Club, Treasurer; Alpha Delta Phi.

Prepared at Hackley School.

Prepared at Germantown Friends School.


JAMES HERSHEY STEINMETZ

CHARLES CONSTANTINE STICKA

21 North 4th Street Bangor

Pennsylvania

92 Pond Street Natick

Massachusetts

Major: HISTORY

Major: ECONOMICS

Golf I , 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dorm Council 3; Intra-Mural Board 3; Cheerleaders 4; Ivy 4; St. Anthony Hall.

Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dorm Council 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared at th e Hill School.

Prepared at Natick High School.

PHILLIP JOHN STILES

GEORGE WILLIAM STONE, JR.

23 Riverview Road Rocky Hill

Main Street Connecticut

South Windsor

Connecticut

Major: PHYSICS

Major : HISTORY AND EDUCATION

Soccer I , 2, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4; Freshman Executive Council; Alpha Chi Rho , President 4.

Soccer I; Basketball 2; Newman Club I , 2, 3, 4; Education Club 3, 4; Delta Phi.

Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

Prepared at Ellsworth Memorial.

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JAMES MICHAEL STREETO

RIDLEY MIDDLETON STUART

40 Dodge Avenue East Haven

I928 I Oth Avenue Connecticut

Hibbing

Minnesota

Major: PRE-MEDICAL

Major: HISTORY

Inter-Dorm Council I; Newman Club I, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4; Antheneum Society 3, 4; Chemistry Club, VicePresident 4; Band I, 2.

Track I; LaCrosse 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon. Prepared at Shattuck School.

Prepared at East Haven High School.

THOl'fAS JOHN SULLIVAN 1828 Boulevard West Hartford

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KENNETH WALTER SWANSON 45 Foxridge Road

Connecticut

West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT

Major : HISTORY

Newman Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Brownell Club.

Soccer 3, 4; Campus Chest 3; Sigma Nu, Vice-President.

Prepared at William H. Hall High School .

Prepared at William Hall High School.


JOHN CARTER SWETT

DAVID MARSTON TAYLOR

17 Vinton Road

405 Grant Avenue

Madison

New Jersey

Highland Park

New Jersey

Major: HISTORY

Major: ECONOM ICS

Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dorm Council 2; Intra-Mural Board 2; Theta Xi.

Swimming I; Senate; Inter-Dorm Council I ; Jesters 3; Junior Advisor; Delta Phi. Prepared at Highland Park High School.

Prepared at Madison High School.

LLOYD LATHAM TEMPLE, JR.

PAUL PETER TERRY

56 Seminary Road

1725 N. Orchard Street

Simsbury

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS AND FRENCH Antheneum Society 2; Glee Club 2; Senior Ball Committee; Pi Kappa Alpha. Prepared at Simsbury High School.

Chicago

Tllinois

Major: ENGLISH AND EDUCATION Swimming I; Inter-Dorm Newman Club I, 2, 3, Club I, 2, 3, 4; Tripod I, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Review ecutive Editor 4; Handbook; in American Colleges and Theta Xi .

Council I; 4; Spanish News Editor I, 2, 3, ExWho's Who Universities;

Prepared at Lake Forest Academy.

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JAMES PAGE TEWKSBURY 2 Park A venue Terrace Bronxville

New York

SAMUEL SKIDMORE THORPE, III 4621 Edina Boulevard Minnesota

Minneapolis

Major: SPANISH

Major : HISTORY

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Squash I, 2, 3; Tennis I, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club I ; Jesters I ; Spanish C lub I, 2; Glee C lub I ; Junior Advisor; Freshman Executive Council ; St. Anthony Hall.

Soccer I; Baseba ll I ; Senate; Republican Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleaders 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Chest I, 2, 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Prepared at Kent School.

Prepared at Lake Forest Academy .

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GALEN HARPER TOWNLEY 532 Avon Wood Road Haverford

Pennsylvania

I 073 Wyandotte Street Bethlehem

Pennsylvania

Major: HISTORY

Major : ENGLISH

Basketball I ; Baseball I, 2; Inter-Dorm Co uncil 2, 3; Intra-Mural Board 3, 4; WRTC I; Sigma Nu.

Canterbury Club I, 4; Chapel Cho ir I, 2; Delta Phi .

Prepared at St. Andrews School. 72

EDWARD PETER TOWNSEND

Prepared at Bethlehem High School.


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JOHN FORLOW TULK

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PETER CORLISS TURNER

I 09-43 I 26th Street South Ozone Park

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River Street New York

Norwell

Massachusetts

Major: HISTORY

Major: ENGLISH AND FINE ARTS

Canterbury Club I, Secretary 2, President 3, 4; Jesters I, 2, 3, 4; WRTC 2; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Soccer I; Baseball Manager I, 2, 3. 4; Freshman Executive Council; Senate, Secretary; Jesters I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Junior Advisor; Junior Prom Committee; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Psi Upsilon, Vice-President 4.

Prepared at John Adams High School.

Prepared at St. Mark's School.

JOHN ROBERT VAUGHAN, JR.

GILES ALFRED VIGNEAULT

57 Pleasant Street Winthrop

Massachusetts

61 Allen Place Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: CHEMISTRY

Senate; Inter Fraternity Council 3; Canterbury Club I ; Antheneum Society 4; WRTC 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2; Ivy 3; Tripod 4; Inter Fraternity Council Ball Committee; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Newman Club I, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Chemistry Club I, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Winthrop High School.

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73


ROBERT CHARLES WAREING

RONALD ALOISE WARREN

31 Waterside Lane West Hartford

1 Marilyn Court Connecticut

Wallington

New Jersey

Major: HISTORY

Major: HISTORY

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming I ; Republican Club I, 2, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Sigma Nu.

Baseball I ; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; WRTC I, 2, 4; Spanish Club, Vice-President 3; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee ; Senior Ball Committee; ROTC Ball Committee; Campus Chest 3; Senior Rings Chairman 4; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Nu, President 4.

Prepared at William H . Hall High School.

Prepared at Lodi High School.

MICHAEL BASQUIN WEBBER

KENNETH ANSON WEISBURGER

Hampton Street

1951 East 17th Street

Sag Harbor

New York

New York Major: HISTORY

Canterbury Club I, 2; French Club 4; Glee Club I, 4; Campus Chest 3; Delta Phi.

Football 1; Track I ; Intra-Mural Board 2, 3; Hillel Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at South K ent Sch ool.

74

Brooklyn

Major : ROMANCE LANGUAGES

Prepared at Jam es Madison High School.


JOHN ROBERT WILKINS

JOHN RICHARD WILKMAN

180 Woodland Avenue

246-71 86th Road

River Edge

New Jersey Major: HISTORY

at

Brooklyn

T echnical

High

HENRY LANE WILLIAMS, III

Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Xi. Prepared at St. Peter's School.

GEORGE JOSEPH WILLIS, JR.

818 4th Street S. W. Rochester

New York

Major: HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY

Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest 4; Delta Phi . Prepared School.

Bellerose

43 Spring Street Minnesota

Princeton

New Jersey

Major: ECONOMICS

Major : ENGLISH

Football I, 2, 3; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4: Medusa; Sophomore Dining Club; Freshman Executive Council ; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Alpha Delta Phi, President 4.

Canterbury Club I, 2; Glee Club I, 2; Philosophy Club 4; Carilloneurs 2, 3, 4; R eview 3, Business Manager 4; Delta Phi.

Prepared at Shattuck School.

Prepared at Princeton High School. 75


GORDON RAY WOOD

JOHN ROBERT WOODBURY

313 West Harrison Sullivan

338 Scott Street Illinois

Lake Forest

Illinois

Major: ECONOMICS

Major: ECONOMICS

Football I, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega I , 2; Sigma Nu .

Baseball I, 2; Democratic Club 3, 4; Canterbury I, 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club 3; Pi Kappa Alpha.

Prepared at Sullivan High School.

Prepared at Lake Forest High School.

BRUCE BUCHANON WOODWARD

MORRIS ALAN WOOLFSON

24 Clearfield Road

17 Brownell Avenue

Wethersfield

76

Connecticut

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: ECONOMICS

Major : PRE-MEDICAL

Protestant Fellowship 4; Pi Kappa Alpha, President 4.

Hillel Society I, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.


PALMER WOOD WYLDE

HENRY MORRIS ZACHS

63 Oakwood Road

88 Belknap Road

Massachusetts

Newtonville

Major: CLASSICS AND PHILOSOPHY Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Band Philosophy Club 4.

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Prepared at N ewton High School.

West Hartford

Connecticut

Major: GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMICS Democratic Club 2, 3, 4; Hillel Society I, 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club 2, 3, 4; I vy Advertising Manager 2, Business Manager 3, Managing Editor 4; Brownell Club. Prepared at Williston Academy.

WILLIAM JOHN ZITO

HUGH ADAMS ZIMMERMAN

52 Magnolia Street

1155 St. John's Avenue Highland Park

Illinois

Hartford

Connecticut

Major: HISTORY

Major: ENGLISH

Swimming I, 2, 3, 4; Tennis I, 2, 3, 4; Senate President; French Club 3, 4; Cheerleaders 4; Junior Advisor; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest ; Medusa; Sophomore Dining Club; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Theta Xi.

Senate; Protestant Fellowship 4; Cheerleaders I, 2; Campus Chest; Brownell Club.

Prepared at Highland Park High School.

Prepared at W eaver High School. 77


CLASS OF

OFFICERS President ........................ Donald H . Duff Vice-President .......... Douglas J . Kimber Secretary-Treasurer .. . William N . Pierce, Jr.

As they used to declaim so boldly in the "flicks," Time Marches On. Through some manner approaching in its small way a miracle the class of '57 has not only become juniors but has passed through most of the third year trials and tribulations relatively unscathed and is progressing toward that goal of goals, that summit beyond which we cannot climb, graduation from Trinity. The juniors, metaphorically speaking, have put their ship out of the harbor, sailed the sophomoric ocean, docked and are all ready for customs. There is much to declare. First and foremost in the minds of this very social-minded group was their Junior Prom. Rarely has such merriment shaken the aged walls of the Hartford Club; rarely have ten fraternities created such a glad and vivacious noise. But such festivities are merely the punctuation marks in a year composed chiefly of teim papers, tests and academic bull sessions. It may be said in the future that never did a class talk so much as the class of '57 . From the Pleiade to Proust, from Beowulf to Virginia Woolf and from psychognosis to physics, the conversations ranged and drew the accumulated ideas of a class into the waiting air, only to be reset in their minds. Who could fail to learn in such an atmosphere? Sports also were a part of their domain , and must be declared with the rest. Activities too, within and without the Ivy Halls, were pursued by large numbers of the class. Now as they eagerly await the culmination of their college years, the junior class wishes to inform as boldly as they can, that they are ready to take their places among the ranks of the seniors who walk the long walk, or more frequently " pass 'neath the elms."


'57


CLASS OF

OFFICERS President ........ Robert J. Couture Vice-President .......... John L. Thompson Secretary-Treasurer Michael Zoob

The Sophomore Class began this year by dividing its attention, for the most part, into three fields : that of being interior decorator, policeman for traditions among the Freshman Class, and being rushee for the various fraternities . Eventually, as the beginning chaos died away, the class was able to settle itself and organize the Sophomore Court. Thus the misdemeanors of the yearlings could be met and the penalties for not wearing beanies or for walking on the quad could be duly imposed. The rivalry of the sophomores and the freshmen over the traditions of the college throughout the first half of the Christmas term cemented many inter-class friendships, and helped the new residents feel as though they were really an indispensible part of the college. The year's first big social event was the Sophomore Hop, which, along with the Wesleyan game and the annual fall convocation, heralded the festivities for the '55-'56 season. The weekend was a lavish affair and pronounced a huge success by all concerned. The Sophomore Class was well represented throughout the school's activities, many of its members having joined and helped the various college organizations in their freshman year. A large number of men have taken over leading campus positions, both in athletics and other extracurricular activities. Although its academic average leaves something to be desired , the class counts many fine scholars in its number and on the whole has not been slow to tackle its role at Trinity. Notwithstanding, a few aspiring young men dropped by the wayside with new members taking their places in the class of '58 as it moves along the straight and narrow path at Trinity. The spirit it possessed as a Freshman Class is still with it, but now it has been coupled with knowledge gained through experience in our ivy-covered halls.


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CLASS OF

OFFICERS President ... William C. Johnson, Jr. Vice-President .......... Jacob W. Edwards Secretary-Treasurer .. .... .Stephen Kellogg

In September 1955, 266 members of the class of 1959 embarked on a four year journey through Trinity. To this point it has proved to be a successful and eventful trip. The class was quickly bound together by the spirit it showed in helping the varsity football team win its second undefeated season in a row. While the varsity was doing this, the 59'ers made an impressive start athletically with both the football and soccer teams turning in a winning season. This winning spirit continued into the winter and the spring. Scholastically, when the mid-semester marks were inspected by the Admissions Office, they proved to be much higher than their predecessors. As mid-term exams rolled around, the midnight oil was seen burning brightly in New Dorm and Elton as the men tackled their first Trinity exams. Around campus many members of the class have shown their interest in the college life by participating in the majority of the extracurricular 路 activities offered. Freshmen became outstanding contributors to the Ivy, Tripod , Glee Club, WR TC, and the many other of Trinity's activities. In the social field the 59'ers have succeeded with very active participation. The class has sponsored numerous successful class dances and parties. Mixers with Hartford Hospital, Oxford School, and Smith College have given the class contacts in various parts of New England. Parents Day and other annual events were popular with the class as they became an integral part of Trinity life. The upperclassmen recognized the promise of the class and are awaiting the time when they will become upperclassmen. With a Freshman Clj;tSS as ambitious and aggressive as this one, the future of Trinity is indeed bright. With their unfailing interest and spirit, Trinity will be able to hold its rank as a top college in New England.


'59


ST. ANTHONY HALL •

86


First Row: Jewett, R. W. D., Jr., '56; Steinmetz, J. H., '56; Bell, B., III, '56; Montgomery, E. A., Jr., '56; Evans, J. R., '56; Ake, K. W., '56; Hickin, J. A. Me., '56; Plotts, B. R. , '56; Morris, P. R., '56; Meister, C. J., '56; Luquer, P. C., '56; Callen, M. B., '56; Pershouse, D. C., '57. Second Row: Haight, E. D., Jr., '58; Schacht, M. A., '58; Gibson, R. F ., Jr., '58; Solmssen, F. T., '57; Reed, S. P., '58; Bennett, D. Y., '57; Green,

Founded in

1850

D. S., '56; Frazier, G. B., III, '57; Becherer, H. W. , '57; Smith, D. W., '56; Tewksbury, J.P., '56. Third Row: Phillips, R. H., '56; Jones, R. B., Jr., '57; Hamilton, H. D., '57; Bockius, S. H., '58; Bass, T. E., '58; Muirhead, E. R., '56; Noble, R. B., Jr., '58; Creamer, F. B., Jr., '58; Wolfe, H. P., '58; Beers, D. B., '57; O'Donnell, D. T ., '56. Not pictured: Lawrence, T. M., '56.


ALPHA DELTA PHI •

88


First Row: Renkert, D ., '56; MacDonald, W ., '56; Powell, L., '56; Beardsell, A., '56; Lee, D., '56; Williams, H., '56; MacDonald, B., '56; Burroughs, 1., '56; Ritter, 1., '56; Stehle, C., '56; Pierce, J ., '57. Second Row : Shenkan, J., '58; Elder, R., '57; Finkbeiner, D. , '57; Stout, W., '57; Harlow, A. , '57; Babington, E., '57; Niness, S., '57; Mac-

Founded in

1877

Donald, M. , '57 ; Logan, K., '57; Clark, R., '57; Johnston, J., '57; Kennedy, P., '57. Third Row: Drago, J., '58; Foster, R. , '57; Mortimer, E ., '57; Hall, R., '57; Miller, J., '57; Sykes, W. , '58; Crowe, A., '58; Russo, P., '57; Garrett, P. , 58 ; Payne, A. , '57. Not Pictured: Drinkaus, H., '58.


DELTA KAPPA EPSILON

90


First Row: Sleath, B. K. , '57; Huther, W. S., '56; Osborn, F. L., '56; Kotch, P. 1., '56; Dakin, W . S., '56; Eastburn, W. H., '56; Lucas, E. S., '56 ; Thorpe, S. S., '56; Marion , P. B., '57; Caine, M. S., '57; Miner, J. R., '57. Second Row: DeFalco, A. 1., '56; Spencer, J. R ., '58; Scott, R. B., '58; Thorpe, F. A., '58; Dillon, J. C., '57; Foley, F . G., '56; Stuart, R.

Founded in

1879

M. , '56; Martin, D. K. , '58; Sheffield, C. S., '57; Sticka, C. C., '56; Luke, W. D., '57. Third Row: Lasher, 1., '57; Hopkins, R. G., '58; Buswell, J. W., '58; Roschen, W. E., '58; Corley, C. C. , '58; Lorson, E. B., '58; Young, M. C., '58; Smith, J. D., '58; MacLeod, D. E., '57; Marino, J. V., '56; Baily, E. T., '58.


PSI UPSILON

92


First Row: Ringheiser, C. C. , ' 56 ; Stanson, R. S., '56; French, P. R., '56; Hurr, L. D., '56; Nash, P. W., '56 ; Turner, P. C. , '56; Jepson, J. B., '56 ; Collver, R. F., '56 ; Makrianes, P. A., '56. Second Ro w : Earle, H ., III, '57 ; Baker, H . B., '57; Doran, R. E., III, '57; Whitney, P. G. , '57; Gnichtel, W. Van 0. , '56; Boos, F. H. , III, '57 ;

Founded in

1880

Brims, J . S., '56; Shields, J . D., '57; Woodward, J. H ., '57 . Third R ow: Holbrook, T. T. , '58 ; Hall, R . G ., '58 ; Williams, B. J ., '58; Percy, C. , '57; Pickering, R . L., '57 ; Freeman, F. W., '57; Parker, A. H ., III, '58; Just, W. S. , '57 ; Mor:an, B. A. , '58.


ALPHA CHI RHO

94


First Row: Mann, W. F ., Jr. , '57 ; Curran, W. S., '57 ; Shaw, K., '56 ; Lawrence, T. W., '56 ; Cole, G. J ., '56; Hoyer, E ., '56 ; Stiles, P. J ., '56 ; McCanless, G. R. , '56 ; Daley, E . J ., '56 ; Anderson , D. W., '56 ; Crilly, H . E., III , '56 ; Richards, W. 0 ., '57 ; Worthey, R. C., '57 . Second R ow : Catlin, J . M., '58; Tyler, P. A ., '58 ; McKee, A. D., '58; Case, G. E ., '57 ; Clinton , W. , '57 ; Kilty, W. J. , '58 ; Baker, B. R. , '57 ; Vincent, N . J. , '57 ; Kiselev, A . A ., '57 ; Crombie,

Founded

in

1896

P. A., '58 ; Trott, J. D., '58 ; Kless, P . D., '57; Wilson, J . D. , '57; Haug, E . E ., '57 . Third R ow : Bogli, G. L. , '58; Russell, W., '58 ; Segur, W. H. , Jr., '58 ; Merrill, K. P., '58; Saunders, W. S., '58 ; Kay, F . D., Jr. , '58 ; Kuiper, J . J ., '57 ; Kimber, D. J ., '57 ; Drabowsky, M. W., '57; Ferguson, E. S., '57 ; Loeffel, C. L., '58 ; Larsen , L. B. , Jr. , '58 ; Sullivan, A. C. , '58 . Not Pictured: Taylor, D. S., '57; Pitchell, J. J ., '57 .


DELTA PHI

96


First Row: Taylor, A . L., '56; Stearns, M . C., '56; Schaertel, A. R., '56; Whaples, T. A. , '38; Willis, G . J ., '56; Limpitlaw, J . C., '56; Davis, R. 0. , '56; Baker, R. H ., '56 ; Hoare, D. A. , '56 ; Oath, R . A. , Sayre, P . T., '56; Skinner, G . W. , '56 ; Taylor, D. M ., '56. Second Row: Carter, R . H. , '58; Frantz, R . B., '56 ; Stone, G . W., '56; Behr, R . L., '57; Snider, C. F ., '57 ; Reich ard , H . C., '57; Barth , J. K., '58 ; Back, R . W., '58 ; Curtis, W . S. , '58; Gleason, F. J ., '58; Webber, M . B., '56 ; Park, W. R ., '58 ; Townsend, E. P., '56; Wilkins, J. R. , '56; Duff,

Founded

in 1917

D. H ., '57 ; Morrison, W. F ., '57; Spies, J., '56; Kenefick , J. G., '57; Tews, M ., '57; Barrett, T . R., '58. Third R ow : Wiegman , J. M. , '57; Foy, F. C. '58; Muench, J. W. , '58; Terry, C., '58; Shera, J. C. , '58 ; Illick, A. F., '58 ; Oliver, R. I., '58; Norris, J. B., '58 ; Letcher, S. V. , '57 ; Kyser, N. C., '57; Crandall, J . D ., '58; Thompson, F. E., '58; Christensen, C. L., '57; Winslow, N. R., '57; Camarano, R . J., '57; Burr, D. F ., '56; Bratt, P. J ., '58; Joslin, R . E., '58 .


SIGMA NU I

98


First Row: Briggaman, R . A. , '56; Barton, J ., '56 ; Gartland, H . S., '56; Henrie, E. E. , '56 ; Nissi , R ., '56 ; Mongillo, S. A ., '56 ; Warren , R. A. , '56 ; Swanson, K. , '56; Gledhill , R. E., '56; Boss, R. G ., '56 ; Pauley, G . E., '56; Lusnia, S. F ., '56 ; Wareing, R . C. , '56. Second Ro w: Tobin, F ., '57 ; Kozuck, R. , '56 ; Stokes, D. B., '57; LaBella, R. V ., '57; Linscott,

Founded in

1918

P., '57; Raynard, D., '57; Channell, M. A., '57; Duggan, F., '56; Wood, G . R., '56; Crusberg, W . C ., '57 ; Cataldo, P., '57 ; Kisor, M. A., '58. Third Row : McGowan, J., '58; Law, J., '58; Newton, J ., '58 ; Baird, F., '57; Wilkinson, C., '58 ; Polstein, A. , '58 ; Moore, R ., '58; Campbell, E ., '56; McJiwaine, R. , '58; Fuchs, A. , '58; Schaupp, R. , '58; Condon, R., '57; Partridge, R., '57.


THETA XI I

100


First Row: Klee, H ., Jr., '56; Rickert, J. H ., '56; Snow, J . T., '56; Anderson, A. P., '56 ; Wilkman, J . R., '56; Swett, J. C ., '56; Abbott, R. G ., '56; Bergerman, G. M., '56 ; Beren, R. S. , '56; Learnard, W. E., '57; Collins, H. J. , '57; Scott, D. J ., '56; Zimmerman, H. A., '56. Second Row: Thompson_, J. L., '58; Bogert, G . A., '58; Pillsbury, D. M., '57; Temple, T. 0 ., '58; Painter, B. W., '58; Eldredge, P. S., '58 ; Studley, J. B., '58; Giammattei, D. P., '57 ; God-

Founded in

1949

frey , R. H., '57; Brandner, R., '58; Terry, P. P. , '56; Shannon, W. C., '57; Shaw, R. A. , '57; Wilson, P. S., '57; Miller, W. E., '58; Simmons, P. C ., '58 ; Spott, J. P., '57; Coursen, F . H., '56. Third Row: Bowen, S. N., '57; Kompalla, R . P ., '57 ; Toye, J . A., '58; Lockfeld, E . H ., '57; Boynton, C . F ., '58; Day, N . McP., '57; Lockie, L. M ., '58; Baxter, G . J., '58 ; Morley, J. R. , '56; Miles, K. D., '58; Ralston, D . T ., '58 ; Hoffman, R. D., '57; Churchill, J. K., '56; Shelly, D. F ., '56.


PI KAPPA ALPHA

102


First Row : Richardson , R. A. , '56; O'Brien, J . D., '56 ; Tulk, J. F ., '56; Blackford, J . D. , '56; Ross, J . A. , '57 ; Livingston, R ., '56; Jarvis, A. J ., '56 ; Brown, T., '57; Weisbergur, K. A., '56 ; Diefendorf, W. A., '56; Nasworthy, C. T., '56; Kurmaskie, J . P ., '56; Temple, L. L. , '56. Second Row : Elliott, D. J ., '57; Woodward, B. B. , '56; Kravette, S. M. , '58; Daly, J. J., '57; Bunch, B. H. , '57; Wolin, L. H ., '58; Szamier,

Founded in

1953

G. W. , '57; Israel, M., '58; Rohlfing, D. C., '57; Wolcott, D. N. , Jr. , '57 ; Friedman, L. A., '58; Vaughan, J. R., '56 ; Chard, L. F ., '56. Third Row : Moser, G. V., Jr., '58; Litton, J . J., '58; Berglass, F. M., '58; Levin, M. A., '57; Hambly, G. S., '58; Kaufhold, R. D., '58; Parnum , J . E., Jr. , '57; Hermanns, R . R., '58; Scharf, R. G. , '58; Allen, R. J ., '57; Ralph, J. I. , '56; Kury, F ., '58; Malcolm-Smith, K. J., '56.


PH I KAPPA PSI

104


First Row: Schuh, F. D ., '56; Haff, B. T., '56 ; Pengel , J. E., '56; Guertin, A. T ., '56; Barter, J. H ., '56; McAllister, D. J., '56 ; Schader, B. R. , '56; Hammaker, R . M., '56; Anderson, B. N., '56. Second R ow: Popowics, F. D. , '57 ; See, S. H. , '58; Gordon, R . D., '58 ; McDonald, D. , '58 ; Perens, R. P., '56; Spear, D . N., '57 ; Irwin, V.

Founded in

1955

J., '57 . Third Row: Lee, D. S., '58; Satterthwaite, R., '58 ; Krupp, A. F ., '58; Morse, G. R., '57; Robertson, D. D. , '58; Gladfelter, B. G ., '58; Shuster, C. H. , '58 ; Perkins, R . E., '58. Not Pictured: Bulkley, F. W., '57; St. John, R . R ., '57 ; Smith, F. S., '58 ; Elting, E . E., '58.


BROWN ELL CLUB I

106


First Row: Jordan, R. J. , '56 ; Eustis, W. W., '56 ; Dandrow, G. D., '56 ; Pickett, S. E., '56 ; Zito, W. J ., '56; Sullivan, T. J ., '56 ; Mazur, D. S., '56; Persky, A. I. , '56 ; Guay, A. H ., '57 ; Flood, G. J ., '56 ; Rice, A. B., '56 ; Zachs, H . M ., '56 ; Vigneault, G . A. , '56. Second R ow: Piper, J ., '56 ; Kelley, J. G. , '56 ; Jackson, H. C. , Jr., '58 ; Larkin, N., '58 ; Raig, E., '56; Bradley, E. S., '57 ; Lavieri, J . L., '57 ; Varat, M. A. , '57 ; Reichard, E. W. , '57; Daniels, J. M ., '57 ; McMahon, R. J. , '57 ; White, N. H., '57 ; Headle, B. C. , '58. Third R ow: Mark, E. , '58; Calabro, D. S., '57 ; Peterson. C. R., '58; Elliot, B. A., '58; Valdati, A. J ., '57 ; Goldenberg, I., '58 ; Fleishman, P. R. ,

Founded in

1949

'57; Brown, L., '57 ; Orenstein, H . H., '58; Ray W. H ., Jr., '58; O'Connell, J. J. , Jr., '57. Not Pictured : Aramini, R. B., '56 ; Barnett, A. J., '56 ; Casale, A. J ., '56 ; Gallagher, E. J ., '56; Ginns, D. A. , '56 ; Holmstrom, R. W. , Jr., '56 ; Murphy, J. F., '56; Pienkowski, L. H ., '56 ; Rosenbaum, A. , '56 ; Scott, S. W., Jr. , '56; Woolfson, M. A., '56 ; Bonsignore, J. J. , '57; Douglas, R. J ., '57 ; Melrose, J. E ., '57 ; Myerson, M., '57; Richard, N. D., '57; Rosenfeld, R. M., '57 ; Salamon , R. J ., '57 ; Slater, M. E., '57 ; Therrien, J. C., Jr., '57; Willis, G . J. , Jr. , '57 ; Caruso, F. S. C. , '58 ; Frey, A. R. , '58 ; Harovas, A. , '58; Keyes, L. S., '58 ; Kidder, J. H., '58 ; Wittman, C. P., '58; Woodward, T. M ., '58 .


SENATE

First row: Price, R. B., III.; Lee, D. W.; Turner, P. C. ; Zimmerman, H . A.; Schader, B. R.; Vaughan, J. R., Jr. Second row: Renkert, D. P.; Thorpe, S. C., III; Pauley, G .; Anderson, D. W.; Taylor, D. M.; . Zito, W. J .

The student Senate constitutes the undergraduate government at Trinity. Its powers are both legislative and judicial. Members of the organization include one representative from each fraternity, an on-campus neutral, and one from Brownell Club. All of the above are seniors who are elected to their posts in a general election in the spring of their junior year. The Senate's functions include allocating money to those campus organizations which need it, granting disciplinary power to the Medusa and legislating measures concerning the welfare of the student body. The organization serves as a mediator between the students, the admin~stration and the faculty, as well as an overseer of all elections of class officers. Its meetings are held every Monday evening in Elton lounge, and are open to the student body who are urged to attend and express their opinions. The officers for this past year are: Hugh Zimmerman, President; Peter Turner, VicePresident; and Bertram Schader, Secretary.

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MEDUSA The Medusa was founded in 1892, and is one of the oldest honor societies at Trinity College. In the spring the outgoing members of the Medusa have an impressive ceremony around the statue of Bishop Brownell. At this time outstanding juniors are tapped for this signal honor, to serve on the Medusa during their senior year. The members of the Medusa are selected with regard to their intelligence, integrity and qualities of leadership. Their job is to uphold the traditions of the college and maintain discipline. The Medusa is the judiciary board of our student government. It has the power to impose discipline as the need arises. This year the Medusa's task fortunately has been kept to a minimum, due to the fine cooperation among the freshmen, the upperclassmen and the college itself. The Medusa ever stands the stem, capable guardian of college regulations.

First row : Montgomery, E. A., Jr.; D avis, R. D .; Nissi, R. F. Second row : Shelly, D . F .; Zimmerman, H . A. ; Williams, H . L. ; Warren, R . A.

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IVY The beginning of June 1955 saw the inception ot the 1956 yearbook. The staff was new and their experience slight. In the fall the Ivy Board was asked to write a constitution having lacked one for many years. This they did, and it provided for more organization and a closer unity between the different departments. The Editor placed the general management of the book in the capable hands of Henry Zachs. Zachs with the help of the executive board immediately started work. The Senior pictures had to be taken and the pictures of the faculty. The Fraternity Section and the campus scenes occupied the first several months. Under the new organizational plan the Editor and Managing Editor were relieved of some of the detailed make-up. Ralph Beren handled the Sports Section and Wally Loeb the Activities. Under their able direction these sections were expeditiously completed. The Business Board as usual had their problems with the local Hartford entrepeneurs, but Russ Jones and Peter Lowenstein managed to meet their quota, although as usual never satisfying the idealistic demands of the editorial staff. The book, of course, could not have been completed without the tireless work of the freshmen and sophomores, to whose lot fell the difficult task of doing the routine particulars of producing a yearbook. Mr. John Mason's advice was not only stabilizing, but invaluable throughout the preparation of this yearbook. 1956 was a year of significance for the Ivy . Definite measures were enacted to rectify the crippling lack of continuity in the executive board's experience, and in the future there should be a stronger foundation. It is hoped that the new organizational plan will flourish and provide more worthwhile and creative experience.


Bogert, G. A.; Englehart, A. E.; Steinmetz, J. H.; Garret, P. C. Third row: Corn, P . M.; Bates, R. W.; Taylor, R. C. ; Blumstein, C . G .

First row: Levin, M.; Loeb, W. A.; Beren, R. S. ; Montgomery, E. A., Jr.; Zachs, H. M.; Mauck, F. A. ; Schwartz, M. S. Second row : Fish, C. P.; Hawe, J. N.; Crowe, J. P .;

IVY STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Edward A. Montgomery, Jr., Managing Editor... . .. .. ..... ... Henry M. Zachs, Business Manager ....... .. ... .Russell B. Jones, Jr., Senior Editor.. .... ... ....... . ......... .. . Ralph Beren, Senior Associate ...... ......... .. ... William A. Loeb, Senior Associate .... Joseph P. Kurmaskie, Advertising Manager.. .. .. ... Peter D. Lowenstein, Sports Editor ......... .George A. Bogert, Jr., Associate Editors: Charles G ..Blumstein, '58 Philip M. Corn, '58 Cornelius P. Fish, '58 James W. Hawe, '58 Robert E. James, Jr., '58

Assistant Editors: Robert W. Bates, '59 John P. Crowe, '58 Peter C. Garrett, '58 Fred A. Mauck, '59 James H. Steinmetz, '56

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Amebert E. Englehart, '59 Robert L. Hamish, '59

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First row: Montgomery, E. A., Jr.; Learnard, W. E. ; Mortimer, E. L. ; Terry, P. P. ; Bowen, S. N.; Lasher, 1.; Kompolla, R. P.

TRIPOD

Second row: Werner, F . H .; Morrisop, W. F .; Day, N. M.; Gladfelter, B. G.; Crystal, J . W.; Murray, J. H. ; Sayre. P. T.

The past academic year has been a milestone in the history of Trinity, and also in the history of its Tripod. In terms of undergraduate respect, the Tripod has grown relatively with the increased respect due the college. As the result of an evolution begun three years ago, the Tripod is no longer a news sheet thrown hastily together late Monday night in the cellar of Goodwin. It has successfully metamorphosed into an organ which constantly requires the endeavors and concern of its forty staff members. Each year the Tripod approximates more closely its true campus function as "the voice of the undergraduate body." As a result of an increased number of staff members and their faithful execution of assigned- duties, and in some cases pedantic tasks, the Tripod has forged ahead and undertaken manifold new and experimental techniques of news and coverage, feature interviews and critical reviews. Never before have there been so many qualified writers on the staff. Never before have there been such profound news events as three day Convocations and Campus Chest variety shows to report upon. Never before has the football team gone undefeated two seasons straight, had a major player's picture appear in Life magazine, and had two men drafted to play professional football. Never before has the college undertaken a long range, four million dollar development program. Such grandiose news events naturally encourage the staff of a newspaper such as the Tripod, which serves unofficially as a yardstick and sounding board for campus opinion and activity.

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Editorially, the Tripod has won several significant victories, and plugged many worthwhile causes, such as the Campus Chest, lecture series, and Convocation attendance. A Tripod suggestion was headed in the Senate debates concerning off-campus neutral representation in that governing body. The Tripod cut the Summit Street Six down to size when they asked for $125 to play at an all-college smoker in honor of Sticka, Alexander, and company. The Tripod opposed the I.F.C. rule allowing academically ineligible juniors to become social members of fraterniteis. It solved the time conflict between Judge Medina's speech and the Sophomore Hop. It continued to seek more campus parking facilities. It supported the recruiting program of the band. The Tripod suggested increased endowment of scholarship funds in preference over new physics facilities in the development program. It also suggested the construction of a fine arts and drama building. Although everything the Tripod has proposed is not an integral part of college life, at least their suggestions reach their readers and from there the possibility of proposal and action. Few students realize how much time and energy the staff exerts in putting out twenty-six issues of the newspaper between September and May. Certainly not enough credit has been given to Editor-in-Chief Paul P. Terry, Business Manager Ned Montgomery, and Commercial Manager Peter Sayre, three graduating seniors who have sparkplugged the Tripod this past year. All of the mentioned were staff members for their three years at Trinity. Their loss will be deeply felt, but they have left behind them an equally capable editorial board whom they have been training for a year.

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TRI NlTV REVIEW It seems absurd to speak about the Trinity Revie w in anything but seriocomic terms after the escapades of the college's literary magazine in the last two years. Few who were responsible for "Brother's Pink Present" will ever forget the mixed emotions they concealed on the day the Summer 1955 issue was distributed. And those who might have been responsible for Trinity's best horse-laugh of the year still shudder at the disaster which never occurred, the finger of suspicion that never was pointed. After two narrow escapes, the surprise is that the editors dared yet another time to shock the multitude in the name of art. But the Review's reading audience had been tamed. Nary a whimper greeted the Winter nude. But if seriocomic is the term for the Review, the purpose is not seriocomic but serious. In comparison with some of the other printed efforts of the student body, the Review can claim the position of intellectual leadership which it is always saying it has. Since contributions are made to the magazine by both graduates and undergraduates, night-school 路students and those not in any way connected with Trinity, the Review can indeed claim a fertile body of writers. What is not known at Trinity by Trinity men may be known by those who have no contact with the college. The contact with the outside world which the Review provides is one of the few devices a Trinity man has for corrupting his tabula rasa.

First row: Macdonald, B. N.; Brims, J. S.; Willis, G . J. Second row: Rose, R. E. ; Mortimer, E. L.; Bunch, B. H. ; Richardson, R. A .


WRTC WRTC, "The Voice of Trinity College," celebrated its tenth anniversary of broadcasting this year. During the past decade it has moved from a Jarvis Dormitory closet, the station's first home, to the fairly adequate facilities found now in the basement of Cook B. The station, boasting a record collection of over 25,000 discs, now maintains an eleven-hour, five day a week schedule on a closed circuit system. A main feature of this year's programming is the inclusion of more classical music than ever before. A great deal of technical equipment has enabled those interested in all phases of the radio field to gain valuable experience. Many graduates who participated first in WRTC are now in the radio industry, both in commercial and technical fields . Their experience at Trinity can now be fully appreciated. With a rather limited audience this year because of Federal Communications rulings, the station hopes to regain some of its former range next year by transferring their operations to Frequency Modulation. If this switch can be arranged, a vast new world will be opened to the young radiomen on WRTC.

First row: Stevenson, R. M., Jr.; Purdy, R . W. ; Bunch, B. H. ; Bowen, S. N.; Shelly, D. F .; Faesy, A . R., Jr.; Levin, M.A.; Corcoran, E. F., Jr. Second row: Hoover, L. M .; Kellogg, S.; Mannion, W.

F .; Donahue, J . R ., Jr.; Brown, J . E.; Truscott, G. B.; Chichester, D . 路 Third row: Hamlett, J. R. ; Pitcher, W. R.; Finch, J. K. ; Haynes, J . M., Jr. ; Spivak, T. I.; Albinson. K. R.; Healy, M.D.


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kan, J . A. W. ; Perry, M. N .; Lawson, R. A. Third row: Snider, C. F .; Vaughn, P. H. ; Hoover, L. M. ; Weeks, C .; Gnichtel, W. V.; Shera, J. C. ; Macdonald, B.; Bulkley, F. W.

First row: Rose, R. E.; Foster, R. G. ; Burroughs, J. C .; Kennedy, P. S. ; Turner, P . C.; Wood, J. W. ; Nichols, G. E., III. Second row: Mauck, F . A.; Bond, R. W.; Pamum, J . E.; Bunch, B. H. ; Lapidus, A. H. ; Woodward, J . H .; Shen-

Following the resounding success of last year's spring production, the melodrama (vintage 1850 ) The Drunkard, the Jesters presented a comedy last fall, a departure from their usual schedule of serious drama at the beginning of the year. Setting the scene with over three hundred dollars of new equipment, including a maroon partition-curtain with which to enclose the theatre-arena in Alumni Hall, the cast played Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing to capacity crowds during the five night run. This was the first Shakespearean play done by Trinity's actors in fifteen years ; nevertheless, it became one of the best productions in their history. The 1956 season

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to an appreciated campus organization. However, the steps in the future still remain problems: first, to persuade the Shuberts to present to Trinity a "regular-like" theatre, allowing the actors experience in other than the "arena style," and secondly to persuade Brooks Atkinson or Walter Kerr to be present opening night of next year so that Trinity can join the high ranks in their profession. "Variety" take notice! 119


WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Each year a faculty committee meets to select the outstanding members of the present senior class to represent the college in the publication Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Members are chosen from all the leading American universities and colleges throughout the country and biographies of each man are published in a book this summer. The national agency of Who's Who also performs a placement bureau function for its members. Members are chosen for their character, leadership, athletic ability, and extracurricular activities. First row: Davis, R. D.; Shelly, D. F .; Montgomery, E. A., Jr.; Schader, B. R.; Nissi, R. F. Second row: Turner, P. C.; Shaw, K.; Williams, H. L. ; Abbott, R. G.; Terry, P. P.

JUNIOR ADVISORS An idea conceived four years ago to assist the freshmen in adjusting to college life led to the Junior Advisor program. It has proved a great success. Nothing is more gratifying to a bewildered freshman than to have an upperclassman say a friendly "hello" upon his arrival. The advisor's job does not end here, but continues throughout the ensuing year. With two advisors assigned to approximately twenty boys they are always there to give advice or encouragement to a downhearted freshman. This system has been a great assistance to the incoming class in bridging the gap between themselves and the upperclassmen.

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First row: Lecher, S. V.; Kimber, D. J.; Spear, D .; Giammattei, D. P .; Hoffman, R. D .; Rohlfing, D . C.; Morrison, W. F . Second row: Linscott, P. H .; Mortimer, E. L.; Foster, R. G .; Kuiper, J. J.; Stout, W. L.; Shannon, W. C.; Becherer, H . W.; Winslow, N. R., Jr. Third row: Bradley, J. R.; Frazier, B. G .; Case, G. E. ; Johnston, J. L.; Hall, R . H.; Macisaac, D .; Pierce, W. N.


PHI BETA KAPPA This year, as in the past, Trinity attained academic distinction by placing a large number of men in the country's oldest and most revered honor Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa. Our chapter, the Connecticut Alpha, was chartered in 1845, making it the eighth oldest in the country. Only those who have maintained an 89 average for six semesters or an 86 average for seven in all courses are eligible for membership. This fraternity has long been regarded as a symbol of ultimate scholastic achievement. Trinity can point with pride to those young men who have fulfilled these singular requirements.

First row: Richardson, R. A. ; Hammaker, R. M.; Shader, B. R. Second row: Flood, G . J .; Guertin, A. T.; Vigneault, G. A.; Anderson, B. F .

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SIGMA PI SIGMA Founded at Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina in 1921, the more than seventy-five chapters of Sigma Pi Sigma are located throughout the United States. Trinity's chapter was established in 1949. Since it is an honorary society, its members are elected on the basis of their academic standing. Through various means such as field trips, movies, and lectures, the members of Sigma Pi Sigma are exposed to the newest developments in physics.

First row: Kelley, J. G .; Stiles, P. J. ; Baker, R. H.; Knight, A. G .; Washington, A. J. ; Constant, F . W. Second row: Smith, W. R.; Gocht, R. E.; Daniels, J. M.; Williams, D. L.; Griffin, P. A. 121


INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The ten fraternities at Trinity function together in an amicable way due to the efforts of the Interfraternity Council. The Council, composed of one delegate from each fraternity, promotes smooth relations between the college and the fraternities , and also governs the rushing of freshmen and upperclassmen. One of the highlights of the social season at Trinity is the annual dance sponsored by the I.F.C. This and many other activities shows the never-ending expansion of this important group. The endeavors of the Council have instilled in Trinity men a deep respect for the group and its members.

First row: DeFalco, A. J. ; Smith, D. W .; Shaw, K. ; Gartland, H . J.; Ritter, J.H. H . Second row: Barter, J. H. ; Hurr, L. D. ; Kurmanskie, J . P .; Davis, R . D .

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The Intramural Board consists of the Intramural Director and one representative from each of the organizations entered in intramural competition. The primary function of this organization is to sponsor and formulate special rules, including cases of eligibility, in an effort to provide an adequate intramural athletic program for students of the college. Competition is provided in eleven activities and points are awarded for both participation and final standings in each activity towards the All-Year Award and the Alumni Trophy. The objectives and guiding principles of the intramural athletic program are to encourage self-participation , to offer a variety of activities, between vigorous and light exercise, team and individual sports, to help develop social relations and attitudes by upholding high standards of sportsmanship, fair dealing with all individuals and groups, and providing multitudes of opportunities for leadership, fellowship and cooperation.


INTER-DORMITORY COUNCIL The Inter-Dormitory Council is composed of upperclassmen whose job it is to keep order in the dormitories. This was its first year in its present form, and its success in keeping peace indicates a fine future. Although sometimes inconspicuous to the general student body, the council strives to bring about better conditions in the dormitories. Its members are chosen by the Senate from among the resident students.

First row: Lorson, E. W. ; Simmons, P . C.; Pickering, R . L. ; McCracken, H . D., Jr. ; Garrett, P . C . Second row: Kelley, J. G.; Knight, A . G .; Payne, M . K.; Kenefick, J. G .; Hoey, J . P.

FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The Freshman Executive Council is the organization which plans and executes all social functions of the Freshman Class. This year the council has planned numerous dances and mixers with other colleges, and has continued conducting Student-Faculty teas. Through their efforts the F .E .C. has expanded and enriched the social life of the Freshman Class. The council is composed of seventeen freshmen chosen by the Admissions Office and under the guidance of Dean Clarke.

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SOPHOMORE DINING CLUB The Sophomore Dining Club is an honorary society composed of approximately fifteen members from each of the three upperclasses. Members are elected at the beginning of their sophomore year and remain active during their stay at college. Organized in 1857 to act as the official host organization on campus, the Sophomore Dining Club welcomes visitors, conducts tours, ushers at meetings, and operates information centers. The club functions without the benefit of publicity or financial support.

First row: Foster, R. ; Harlow, A. B.; Ritter, J. H. H.; Lasher, I.; Hall, R. H.; Kennedy, P . S. ; Pierce, W. N. ; Shelly, D. F.; Aimmerman, H .; Anderson, D. W. Second row: Faesy, A. R., Jr.; Shannon, W . C. ; Stout, W. L. ; Leatherbee, J. H.; Sargent, S. W.; Logan, K. M .; Thorpe, F. A.; Couture, R . I. Third row: Wood, J.; Elder, E. 0 .; Payne, A.; Miller, J. P .; Vaughan, G. G.; Brott, P. V.; Lambert, K. R. ; Thompson, J. L.

CORINTHIAN YACHT CLUB Having ended last year with only a small nucleus of interested sailors, the Corinthian Yacht Club was very fortunate in acquiring a group of enthusiastic freshmen who, along with an increasing number of upperclassmen, turned in a very successful fall season. The freshmen , themselves, reached the semi-finals of the NEISA dinghy regatta, while the upperclassmen saw success in a number of Naven races. This year saw the establishment of freshman officers and the election of Ben Williams as a member-atlarge of the executive council of the NEISA. A number of interesting lectures were delivered during the winter layoff at which time the possibility of the purchase of new boats was discussed.

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First ro w: Bell , B., IV; Hurr, L. D.; French, P . R .; Nash, P. W. ; Welsh , R . H. ; Collver, R. F .; Boos, F . H . Second ro w: Stebbins, R. R. , Jr.; Houston, F . K. ; Shields, J . D .; Pickering, R . L. ; Kenefick, D. J .; Percy, C .; Lagarde, H. ; Spitzmiller, R. 路 F. , Jr. ; Williams, B. Third row: Leatherbee, J. H. ; French, T . P. ; Steinmuller, G. A.; Freeman, F. W. ; Noble, R. B. ; Graham-Hall, R. ; Miller, J. P .


PIPES The Pipes, first founded as a quartet in 1938, continues to demonstrate the outstanding musical qualities, which have established the organization as one of the finest singing groups in New England colleges. Their songs, reflecting colorful, carefree college atmosphere, have gained them an enviable reputation, not only at Trinity, but also throughout the country. Under the direction of Doug Green, this has been a banner year for the group. This marks the first year that they have used the medium of television extensively, appearing on numerous New England channels, while continuing their other personal appearances. Wherever they are to be seen and heard, the Pipes reflect the true spirit of Trinity. First row: Perry, W . C .; Green, D. S.; Marino, J. V.; Von Mohrar, S.; Warder, W. W.

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first row: Hardman, G. D.; Smith, D .; Birney, F. W.; Cochran, E. ; Swift, J.; Schuh, F. D.; Sullivan, W. L.; Omerod, W . Second row : Schoff, P. M.; Satterthwaite, R. ; Lockfeld, E . H.; Diefendorf, W . A .; Behr, R. L.; Dr. Barber; Jarvis, A.; McAllister, D. J. ; Giffin, P . A.; Knight, A . G.; Schaertel, A. R. Third row: Uphoff, D .; Belmont, D. E. ; Casello, J. H.; Wright, D .; Flannery, J. W.; Jacklin, P. D., Jr.; Harris, D. H.; Parker, A. H ., III; Englehart, A. E .; Rapp, H . H., Jr. ; Scheibe, K.; Pelton, H. V., Jr. ; Israel, M.; Gladfelter, B. G .; Cheney, P.; Fava, A. E .; Hunter, J. C.; Frost, D. L.; Wright, C. Q. ; Loeffel, C. L.; Gleason, J. S.; Enterline, R. J. Fourth row: Geetter, A. L.; Hill, R . L., Jr. ; Lerman, H . R.; Houston, F. K.; Olton, R . M., Jr.; Irwin, V. J., III; Scott, G. B.; Onslow, V . L. ; Muack, F. A.; Bates, R . W.; Ford, C. E.; Moore, D. E.

Under the able direction of Clarence H. Barber, the Trinity College Glee Club again continued the outstanding record which the group has established during its seventy-five year history. The seventy voice group demonstrated its exceptional abilities in joint concerts with the Pembroke, Radcliffe, Smith, University of Connecticut, and Holyok~ glee clubs, as well as in its own concerts. Within the organization are found two groups worthy of mention on their own merits, the Madrigal Singers and the newly reorganized Bishop's Men, a double quartet, headed by Art Jarvis. Each has contributed greatly to the success of many glee club concerts during the past year. Highlights of this year's work were the performance of Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass by the combined Trinity-Smith Glee Clubs in the Chapel and the five-day spring tour throughout Connecticut and New York state. The vast amount of work necessary to present such programs was ably handled by President Diclc Behr and his staff.

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THE CANTERBURY CLUB The purpose of the Canterbury Club of Trinity College is to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education, and to forward the worship, study, and work of the Episcopal Church on this campus. To this end a varied program, including corporate worship, group discussion, lectures on timely and perennial topics and service projects, is directed. The Canterbury Club also designs, produces, and sells the official college Christmas Cards. Conferences and meetings in conjunction with other religious groups of the college and with Episcopal groups from the New England area complete the club's program.

First row: Lindemann, E. A.; Ritter, J. H. H .; Wolcott, D . N .; Worthey, R. C. ; Hall, I. ; Bradley, J . R. ; Fox, F . E.; Giffin, P . A.; Haynes, J. M. ; Healy, M . D .; Cheney, P. C. Second row: Payne, M. K.; Bond, R. W .; Lomnitzer, R . J.; Mcilvaine, L. H.; Polk, S. S.; Lambert, K. R.; Smith, D. A.; Mayo, W . H ., III; Dubel , E. S. ; Muir, J. K. Third row: Olton, R. M. ; Albinson, K. R.; Owen, W . H .; Hawe, J . H. ; Fish, C. P.; Pitcher, W . R.; Seastrom, D . E. ; Tulk, J . T .; Macintire, G. G .; McElroy, J. L., Jr.

First row: Hoffman, R. D .; Bouldin, L. M .; Fleming, R. L. ; Bates, G . S. ; Scott, D . J.; Snow, J. T .; Zito, W . J. Second row: Hazzard, W. B.; Williams, D . L. ; Salver, H . A. ; Hersch, P. D .; Spitzmiller, R. F ., Jr.

PROTESTANT FELLOWSHIP The Protestant Fellowship returned to Trinity College this year under the guidance of Chaplain Bray, after some years as an offcampus group. Its purpose is to provide a discussion group for non-Episcopal Protestants at which meeting some of the more important aspects of their Christian faith can be examined. Speakers include members of the college faculty, Hartford Seminary faculty, and various local clergymen. The members have dedicated themselves to the purpose of providing a fellowship through which to explore Protestantism's relationship to the world in which we live, thereby hoping to broaden the cultunil background and enrich the religious life of the entire college community.


THE NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club at Trinity College is an organization designed to satisfy the needs and interests of the Roman Catholic student and to deepen his knowledge of his religious heritage. A definite lecture series is presented each year. Through these lectures, given by both priests and laymen, the stuqent is provided with food for his intellectual and spiritual growth. The activities of the club include an annual retreat at the Holy Family Monastery in Farmington, workshops with other Catholic students and several dances with St. Joseph's College.

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First row: Repole, J. ; O'Brien, J. ; Kelley, J.; Sullivan, T. J.; Streeto, J .; McMahon, R.; Flood, G. J. ; Donahue, J. R., Jr.; Brian, J. Second row: Gleason, F . J.; Clombie, P. A., Jr. ; Shannon, W. C. ; Daly, J. ; Duggan, F . J.; Miller, C.; Crawley, R. Third row: Rice, A. B.; Guay, A. H. ; Kenney, J.; Moroney, M. A .; Murphy, J. F. ; Kenefick, J. G., Jr.

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First row: Loeb, W. A.; Jaffee, P. J .; Pisetsky, M . M .; Litton, J. J.; Wolin, L. H. ; Levin, M. A. ; Geeter, A. L. ; Schwartz, M. S.; Zachs, H . M . Second row : Smith, P . A.; Himelstein, S. C .; Kardon, P .; Lerman, H . N .; Varat, M. A.; Israel , M.; Kravette, S. M. ; Blumstein, C. G. ; Schader, B. R.; Ganak, F. S. Third row: Levit, S. A .; Abrahamson, B. D. ; Zinner, I. D .; Corn, P. M .; Mark, E. R. ; Palmer, M . E.

HILLEL SOCIETY The Hillel Society of Trinity College was founded in 1947 as an organization to promote cultural, religious, and socia1 programs for the Jewish students. Meetings are held every two weeks, and guest speakers, together with the students, discuss current religious topics. Besides these meetings, there are Friday evening services at local Hartford Temples, and also dances and brunches. Rabbi William Cohen of West Hartford, who is Hillel's religious advisor, and Leonard Wolin, President of Hillel at Trinity, together organized an enjoyable program for this past year.


POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB The Political Science Club is a group of students whose primary interest centers in American government and politics. In their bi-weekly meetings the group discusses plans for their major event, The Connecticut Intercollegiate Student Legislature, known as the CISL. This event consists of a three day mock legislature held at the Capitol in Hartford with seventeen colleges of Connecticut participating. During this period officers are elected to serve as the key men in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, and bills are proposed, argued, and voted on. A highlight of the legislature, held in March, was the appearance of Governor Ribicoff. The Trinity Club was as influential as it has been in the past offering two bills and a candidate for a major office. In addition to this important activity, the club sponsors lectures and discussions on current topics of interest.

First row: Garib, A. F .; Kury, F . L.; Stearns, Me.; Fenton, T . E.; Anderson, D . W.; Wolin, L. H. ; Freedman, L. A. Second row: Zachs, H. M.; Schader, B. R. ; Smith, 0 . T. ; Ward, L. S.; Mcilvaine, L. H.; Polk, S. S.

THE FOREIGN POLICY ASSOCIATION The Foreign Policy Association is dedicated to the ideal of providing its members, and the college as a whole, with a wider knowledge of affairs in other countries, of their relations with the United States, and of relations among themselves. We believe that the parochial outlook of previous ages is far too limited for a responsible citizen, in an age in which the basic problems have become world-wide. To achieve this ideal the Association conducts a series of biweekly talks, lectures and discussions. The speakers at these meetings are the best that are available. Many colleges hold conferences on subjects related to international affairs, and the F.P.A. sends delegations to as many of these as possible. It is the earnest hope of the Association that it will not be long before it is able to hold its m~n conference, one which will be on a par with the best that has been held anywhere.

First row: Perens, R. P.; Garib, A. F. ; Elliot, D . J .; Schuh , F . D. ; Kiselev. A.A. Second row : Sch ader, B. R. : Macdonald, B.; Freedman, L. A. ; Bunch, B. H .; Ward, C . C .; Fenton, T . E.; Levin, M. A. 128


THE YOUNG REPUBLICANS This fall, the Trinity Young Republicans again added their support to the campaigns of the Republican Party. The club helped boost one candidate into a seat in the Hartford City Council by organizing a rally and promoting student and city-wide interest in the election. The club, consisting of some girls from St. Joseph's College as well as Trinity students, has as its functions the forwarding of the concept of good government, the participation in the machinery of politics, and assisting the Republican Party. The Texan Democrat, Dr. Eugene Davis, is the club's advisor, of course.

First row: Luke, W . D .; Marion, P . B.; Osborn, F. L. ; E astburn, W. H. ; Foley, F . G .; Spenser, J . M .; Miner, J . R. Second row: Shera, J. C. ; Thorpe, F . A. ; Hopkins, R . G .; Corley, K. C. ; Dakin, W. S.; Daley, E. J., Jr.; MacLeod, D . E .; Scott, R. D . Third row: LaBella, R. V .; Diman, E . S.; Sheffield, C . S.; Young, M . C .; Roschen, W. E. ; Buswell, J . W.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS In 1955, under the leadership of President Jerry Dandrow, the Trinity Young Democrats began an expansion program which has already made the group prominent both off and on campus. A membership drive swelled the club's enrollment by seventy-five per cent, thus giving the club more seats in the state organization. The club made its presence felt in local elections by campaigning for Democrats in the press as well as on foot. The Young Democrats are planning to take an active part in the 1956 Presidential Campaign.

First row: Seldon, C . J.; Sullivan, T . 1.; Dandrow, G. D .; Zachs, H . M. Second row: Bonsignore, J. J.; Bradley, E. S.; Guay, A. H .

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CHEMICAL CLUB The Trinity College Chemical Society was organized in 1937 with the idea of bringing together those students interested in chemistry. Lectures, field trips, and movies all are combined in order to bring to the attention of the members the current topics of chemistry. The society also fosters a spirit of fellowship , allowing its members an opportunity to become better acquainted. Known popularly as the "Chern Club," its membership is open to all interested in chemistry.

First row: Muench, L. W. ; Baker, R. H .; Ginns, D. A. ; Streeto, J. M. Second row: O'Brien, J. D .; Schuh, F. D .; Daniels, J. M .

THE ENGINEERING SOCIETY The Engineering Society is a prime example of the realization that classroom work does not necessarily provide enough experience for those who desire to improve their knowledge of the different fields within the profession. To fulfill this goal, the members have a diversified program consisting of expert speakers, trips to industrial plants, and extensive visual education. A highlight of the year is the annu al banquet when the coveted award to the outstanding member of the year is presented.

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First row: Ford, D . L. ; Callen, M. B.; Ahlberg, D . E.; Skinner, G. W .; Davis, R. D .; Barth, J. K. ; Sapega, A. E. Second row: Smith, F . S.; Sofield, A. D. ; Cowles, W. W.; Payne, M. K. ; Hoover, L. M.; Edgerton, W. M. ; Taylor, R. C. ; Griffin, J. J. ; Ratcliffe, T . P. Third row: Zessoules, N . A.; Abr~ham son , B. D .; Clinton, W. D. ; Douglas, R. J.; Pillsbury, D . M., Jr. ; Tucker, R. S.; Reynolds, J. A.


LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francais is an organization whose purpose is to stimulate interest in France, its language, peoples, and customs. This is achieved in many ways, the most popular being the showing of French films and meetings conducted solely in French. The organization, open to one and all regardless of their speaking ability, acquaints the student with the language as it is spoken, a facility not always learned in the classroom.

First row: Naylor, L. H .; Scott, D . J.; Rose, R. E. S econd row: Loeb, W. A.; Beers, D . B., II; Richardson, R. A. ; Bouldin, L. M.

SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club was formed with the object of stimulating interest in the language and customs of Spain. It also provides members with a chance to brush up on the oral usage and grammar. The program for the year was based on these founding principles and did an admirable job of fulfilling them. By appealing to those with an interest in the language, including those not majoring in it, the organization performs a useful function at the college.

First row : MacLeod, D . E.; Gastman, A. L. ; Solano, H. Y.; Andrian, G . W .; Gartland, H . J. Second ro w: LaBella, R. V.; Diman, E. S.; Sheffield, C . S.; Salamon, R. J.; Satterthwaite, R. ; Rice, A . B. 131


ATHENEUM SOCIETY This past year the Atheneum Society debated the national intercollegiate topic: Resolved, that the non-agricultural workers of the United States should receive a guaranteed Annual Wage. The club held many debates, both varsity and freshman, with Amherst, Smith, Wesleyan, Yale, University of Connecticut, Brown, N.Y.U., and other schools in the East. Several tournaments were attended by the club including the University of Vermont Invitational Tournament, the Amherst and Walter Rice Tournaments, and the Eastern Forensic contests. In addition to the regularly scheduled debates of this year, the Society sponsored faculty talks on national topics. For the first time in many years the club invited outside authorities on the

Guaranteed Annual Wage to come and speak before the group. The club sponsored debates on school subjects and forum groups, the debating group in every case remaining an impartial organization of the campus. Perhaps Trinity started a tradition this year by organizing its own tournament. In the Trinity term, fifteen schools attended this debating contest. The debating was done on an impromptu basis, the participants not knpwing the subjects of the debates before entering each session. This type of tournament offered an opportunity for practice in rapid organization of material and for the development of the quick wit and thinking that are the essence of good debating.

First row: Kaufhold; R. D.; Back, R. W .; Kury, F. L. ; Stearns, Me.; Dando, J. A.; Rohlfing, D. C. ; Brown, T . Second row: Spivak, T. I.; Kelley, J . G. ; Streeto, J. M.;

Vaughan, J. R .; Loven, R . A. ; Krawski, J. A .; Moorin, H. H .; Schwartz, M. S. ; Mills, P. R. , Jr.

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PI GAMMA MU Pi Gamma Mu, a national social science honor fraternity, was founded in 1924. The Trinity chapter, Alpha of Connecticut, was chartered in 1936. Candidates for admission to the society must be Juniors or Seniors, and have at least an 87% average in the social sciences with diversification. Pi Gamma Mu holds one election every year, at which time both Juniors and Seniors with the required averages are admitted to membership.

Ginns, D. A.; Raig, E. ; Schader, B. R .

EDUCATION CLUB The Trinity Education Association was formed in 1954 by a group of students in order to further the interest in the field of education at both college and the secondary school level. It also seeks to encourage more men to enter the teaching profession. Although a small group, it is enthusiastic as to its purpose and future. In the past two years, its membership and vitality has increased considerably, and its future should be successful.

First row: Flood, G. J. ; Raig, E.; Nissi, R. M.; Anderson, B. F. Second row: Hathaway, N .; Stone, G . W., Jr.; Lusnia, S. F ., Jr. 133


PHILOSOPHY CLUB The Philosophy Club was founded last year by a group of students interested in stimulating discussion among themselves and promoting philosophy in the college community. They have had two enlightening, outside speakers this year, and at other meetings original papers were read and discussed by the membership. This year the club joined three other colleges in the Connecticut Valley Philosophy Association where the same functions are practised on a larger scale.

First row: Jacklin, P. D. ; Pickett, S. E. ; Smith, W. R .; Nash, P . W. ; Gnitchel, W. V. 0 . Second row: Renkert, D . P.; Beardsell, A. L. ; Bradley, J. R .; Wylde, P . W. 路

First row: Loeb, W. A.; Brown, T.; Bell, B.; Litton, J. J.; Pengel , J. E.; Ross, J . A. Second row: Moore, D . E. ; Marenna, L., Jr. ; Blumstein, C. G. ; H awe, J. W. ; Israel, M.; Com, P. M.; Bouldin, L. M.

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB The Psychology Club of Trinity College was formed early in the fall of 1955 by a nucleus of students interested in the field . Its purpose is to promote and advance an interest in psychology through the promotion of better understanding of the principles and applications of the various fields of psychology. During the year several informative lectures and discussions were held at which outstanding psychologists were featured. The highlight of the club's first year was a Psychology Fair, which was held at the end of April. It is hoped that this may become an annual event. 134


CHAPEL CHOIR One of the few choirs in the country to specialize in Baroque motets, the Trinity Chapel Choir does much to enhance the beauty of the Sunday Services in the Chapel. Under the capable direction of Professors Watters and Barber, the choir introduces some of the fundamentals of choral music for the students and visitors of the college. The choir is made up of eighteen students among whom are three splendid soloists. Not limiting its activities to the campus, the choir has four annual concerts plus a number of other outside appearances. One of the major events of the choir, was its winter trip to New York City where it sang an entire service at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The choir this year is said to be the finest Trinity has had in many years. First row : Bray, A . F ., III; Melling, W . P.; Fleming, R. L. ; McAllister, D . J.; Dunning, P . S.; Swift, J . B. ; Martel, S. S.; Hoare, D. A. ; Watters, C. E. Second ro w: Diefendorf, W. A.; Phillips, A.; Gowing, M. L. ; Temple, T . D .; Vaughn, P .; Flannery, J. Third row : Shepherd, R . D .; Toye, J. A.; Stevenson, R. M .; Perce, R. M., Jr.; Joslin, K . E.

Seated: Williams, D . L.; Fleming, R. L.; Kylander, P. H. Standing: Olton, R. M .; Fox, F . E. ; Hawe, J. W.; Uphoff, D. F .; Lawson,

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CARILLONEURS Daily during the pursuit of his academic studies, the Trinity student hears the thirty-bell carillon pealing forth from the chapel tower by one of the student carilloneurs. This year the group was entirely reorganized and new students were asked to try out for this most unusual pastime. Ably directed and encouraged by Richard Fleming, the group has practiced faithfully climbing the long, winding stairway to play the clavier. Graciously the student body and surrounding countryside of Trinity bore with them until the bells sound regularly with a surprising degree of clarity and accuracy. Thus this facet of the Trinity scene continues to flourish. 135


CHEERLEADERS On a bright, sunny day in late May, a group of men in Bermuda shorts and megaphones in their hands queued for their impressive ceremony. Trinity's comic cheerleaders had assembled to bestow a high honor on a few of the members of the crowd seated on the hill behind the Chapel. Who would be fortunate enough to be knocked on the head by a megaphone and led in like manner to the center of the field? With a "Rickety-Rack" the new devotees to the duty of Trinity's spirit ran from the field. Their assistance at the football game in the fall served to enliven an often dampened crowd, and help, they hoped, to smooth the way to the team's undefeated season.

First row: Davis, R. D. ; Montgomery, E. A ., Jr. ; MacLeod, D . E. Second row: Steinmetz, J. H.; Gartland, H . J.; Babington, E. L. ; Payne, A . D. ; Zimmerman, H. A.; Johnston, J. L. ; LaBella, R. V.

SPORTS CAR CLUB A number of students, who ask more of a car than impressive size or the mere ability to run, banded together this year to start one of Trinity's more colorful organizations. Gathering together owners and fans of sports cars, the club has presented a lecture by the famed auto racer Candy Poole. Also featured were sports car rallies in which the participants motor along a predetermined route in a race, not of speed, but of skill, ending with a fine dinner at the end of the drive. The Club's purpose is to promote interest in sports cars, increase the awareness of the need for safe driving, and further the mechanical knowledge of its sports car enthusiasts.

First row: Freeman, F . W.; Percy, C.; Stevenson, R. M.; French , P. R.; Bell, B., IV; Elliot, D. J. ; French, T . P., II. Second row: Hockett, D. L.; Brabson, W.; Woodward, B. B. ; Larkin, N .; Wood, C. B. Third row: Marenna, L., Jr. ; Phillips, A. ; Jackson, H. C.; Irwin, V. J. 136


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AVIATION CLUB The Aviation Club is a small but enthusiastic group consisting of students interested in flying. The ultimate goal of the club is to purchase a plane for its own use and to enable the members to get logtime for their licenses. Thus far their goal has not been realized, but spirit reigns supreme. The enthusiastic birdmen discuss in their meetings the plans for the future and the experience of its members.

First row: Greer, P. R.; Gnichtel , W. V. ; French, P. R.; Collver, R. F .; Doran, R. E., III. Second row: French, T. P. ; Linscott, P. H. ; Ganak, F. S.; Macisaac, D. ; Steinmuller, G. A.

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The Cinema Club is a young organization that has had a career of independence and dependence, in response to the challenge of the time. This has been a year of financial dependence, with the club under the aegis of the Faculty Committee of Lectures and Entertainment, allowing the student body free attendance at the screening of the Museum of Modern Art's awards. The arrangement has been amicable, the members of the committee giving generously of their knowledge of the old movies. With the popular Marx Brothers, W. C. Fields, Marlene Dietrich, Will Rogers, and Alfred Hitchcock, the Club has gladdened the hearts and minds of the intellectually overtaxed students and faculty. Yet who are the entertainment moguls of the college? They are a cabal of highly self-regarded entrepreneurs, whose main task, aside from their lengthy scholarly discussions on the cinema, is to choose what the faculty committee finances . The picture reveals their identity for the first time.

Gnichtel, W. V. 0 .; Bunch, B. H.; Fenton, T . E.; Brims, J. S.


FOOTBALL Someday at Trinity College there may be another team that has an unbeaten season, or someday the Bantams of the future may run up a victory skein of fifteen games, or perhaps wallop Wesleyan as badly as the season of 1955; it is almost within the realm of the possible that they may have a player who is as great a fullback as Charlie Sticka, or a quarterback who can throw seventeen touchdown passes in one season, although similar feats may occur again by a team of the future, their manner of attaining these heights won't be the same. This year's squad was a well-coached, daring powerhouse who, because of their indomitable spirit, did not know the meaning of losing. This spirit was caught by the fans for it was during the last period of the Wesleyan game that Coach Dan Jessee pulled his stars off the playing

field one by one. The ovation the fans gave each one was a fitting tribute to each member, for every spectator knew that this was Trinity's greatest football team. Quarterback Bob Alexander, as smooth a ball-handler and passer as any throughout the land, was the first to leave the game and the ovation he received, like the ovation given to the others, was thunderous. Then the "Big Stick" trotted off the field. This was the Charlie Sticka who was now practically a legend in Trinity football annals. Dick Nissi followed. The Wes game was his first and last game of the season due to cartilage trouble, and the tears in his eyes were a testimonial to the fact that the dream of an undefeated team had once again come true. The other backfield men-Kelleher, Thompson, Noble, Hall, Taylor were equally applauded.

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Now the linemen came off-Pauley an end who had not played for three years, but who looked as though he hadn't stopped playing for three seasons, Karsky who played great ball despite a broken wrist, Niness the sticky fingered end who will be remembered as a Trinity great, then the tackles Gerry Channell and Ward Curran who were bulwarks of strength both on defense and offense, Campbell and Shaw the two fine senior guards, and among the best in New England ranks, and Ray Aramini a great center-all these players received their share of the crowd's admiration. They were the players who made the season which follows in some detail .. .

TRINITY 28

WILLIAMS 0

The first game of the season looked like just that, for neither team was especially impressive. Offensively, the Bantams scored once in each period while on the defense the line play was excellent as Williams was not able to penetrate beyond our 40 yard stripe. Charlie Sticka and George Kelleher gained over eighty per cent of the ground yardage. TRINITY 35

BOWDOIN 14

This was Bobby Alexander's day as the quarterback completed ten of fourteen passes, threw for three touchdowns accounting for a total of three hundred sixty-one yards. Otherwise the game was unexciting as the Polar Bears provided little competition. After Trin's first touchdown, a fifty-five yard pass from AleJglnder to Niness with 1:57 of the game gone by, the Bantams were never behind and at one point led 35-0.

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TUFTS 20

As the Saturday of the game between the two best small New England college elevens approached, things looked bleaker for the Blue and Gold. Karsky and Nissi were out temporarily and Frank Foley, a fine tackle, was through for the -season permanently with an injured neck. On the opening kick-off Trinity fumbled on the forty-three yard line and seven plays later Tufts had crossed our goal. However the Bantams came back with three lightning quick touchdowns and with only fifty seconds of the second period gone by we led, 19-7. However Tufts was to score again before the end of the half and this counter gave them a needed shot in the arm. During the third period the Jumbos went out in front 20-19. The last period found Trinity constantly in enemy territory and Tufts desperately holding on. On perhaps the most important play of the season, with a fourth down and five to go for a score, Alexander fired a five yard pass to Niness for the winning counter. Sticka once again led the ground gainers with 188 yards.

TRINITY 33

ST. LAWRENCE 0

Despite the weather, Alexander was again superb as he completed four of eight passes thrown, accountable for one hundred forty five yards. One was to Gerry Pauley and the other two to Sam Niness. TRINITY 27

COAST GUARD 0

Just how good is Trinity's line? This question was an路swered at the Coast Guard game as the stalwarts on the forward wall wore down the Middies so that by the second half the game was no longer a contest. Trin's only touchdown in the first half came after the Hilltoppers recovered a Middie fumble . Thompson carried for twenty yards to the Coast Guard thirteen and then Sticka hit Thompson with an eleven yard pass. Sticka plunged over and the scoreboard read at the intermission, 6-0. Trinity was to score three more times but Sticka stole the show again as he galloped ninetyfive yards in the last period for Trin's final touchdown.

TRINITY 38

AMHERST 14

No one, perhaps not even the Lord Jeffs, figured on being so rough on the Bantams during the first half as they fought their way to a 14-13 lead at intermission. However, during the second half, Trinity looked like a machine. Alexander threw thirty-eight yards to Sticka for one TD then minutes later to Niness making the score, 25-14. The last period found Bobby again throwing to Niness and Sticka scoring his tenth touchdown of the season.

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First row: Slaughter, R. D. ; Kisonas, R. C. ; Cataldo, P. A. ; Kelleher, G. J., Jr. ; Russo, P. M., Jr.; Taylor, D . S.; H all, R. G.; Gledhill, R. E. Second row: Wood, G. R.; Shaw, K.; Campbell, E. F. ; Sticka, C. C.; Nissi, R. F.; Karsky, F . J .; Alexander, R. H .; Bruno, V. J.

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WESLEYAN 6

In past years, Wes has enjoyed playing the role of the underdog and consequently pulled many a startling upset over Trinity. This year was no exception as Wesleyan was again the underdog but no upset was staged by Wesleyan, for the Cardinals were to suffer their worst defeat in the fifty-five game history. As fitting, everyone got into the act. In the first period, after sprints of eighteen and twenty-five yards by Nissi, who hadn't played all season, and Sticka, Alexander uncorked a fourteen yard pass路 to Niness for the initial insult. During the same period, as a result of a fumble, an Alexander to Kelleher pass was good for twenty yards and another touchdown. By the end of the half Trin led unbelievably, 27-6. In the third period Nissi scored on a five-yard plunge and then the "Big Stick" scored his last touchdown for Trinity on a forty-two yard play. Finally, Alexander continuing his merciless attack threw to Felix Karsky for twelve yards and a final touchdown. Channell, Niness, Alexander, and Sticka were honored as All-Connecticut. Charlie Sticka played at fullback for the East in the East-West Shrine game and was named as first team Little All-American and was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams. Bobby Alexander was placed on the second team of the Little All-American and was drafted by the Chicago Bears.

Third row: Jessee, D . E.; Aramini, R. B.; Curran, W. S.; . Foley, F . G. ; Channell, G. A. ; Niness, S. F., Jr.; Pauley, G. ; Christ, A. H . Fourth row: Lorson, E. B. ; Thompson, J. L. ; Morrison, W. F. ; Moore, D . E.; Shepherd, R. V., Jr. ; Kulas, R. P.; Smith, P. C.; Kurth, P. W.


SOCCER

First row : Satterthwaite, R. ; Tewksbury, J. R.; Repole, I. I. ; Perkins, R. E.; Bogli, G. A. ; Partridge, R. W.; Poole, S. S. ; Wareing, R. P.; Miles, K. D .; Almquist, P. W. ; Warder, W. E.; Schader, B. R.; Norris, J. B. Second row: Elting, E. E.; Kozuch , R. C.; Baird, F. D .;

Swanson, K. E. J. ; Stiles, stein, A. G.; D. S.; Percy,

W. ; Vaughn, G. A. ; Duff, D. H.; Hoyer, P. I. ; Crandall, I. D. ; Illick, A. A.; PolBogert, G . A.; Raynard, D. G .; Weinstein, C.; Half, B. T.; Oath, R. A.

The weather was a determining factor in the soccer picture at Trinity this fall. Rain and mud combined to cancel two games and numerous practices and scrimmages. Even so, the average record of the hooters was an even split of six games. A great deal was expected from the 1955 equad, splashes of which showed in the first win over Harvard. Harvard fought fiercely, but fortunately Trinity was a bit fiercer. Ken Swanson, the AllAmerican center-forward, converted for a goal, along with Doug Raynard, the junior inside. It was a hard fought foray, with rough play on each side. The spirit invoked by beating Harvard carried past the cancelled games with Tufts and the University of Massachusetts, showing itself again in the defeat of an inexperienced Coast Guard eleven by a 4-0 count, and the decisive win over Worcester Tech by two goals. Yale arrived on the Trinity field and walked away with a win. This was the toughest game of the season and probably the hardest fought. The bad breaks seemed to be with the home team that muddy day, and the New Havenites won by a slim margin. 144


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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The frosh eleven showed sparks of fine footb all ability in a very up and down season. The first win for the gridders came against a strong Wesleyan eleven. In the next win against Loomis, the frosh began to develop. The third win for the frosh was against Monson Academy. The game was the best showing of the year. Outstanding line play and the excellent showing of Paul Hersch , a second string quarterback , highlighted the game. The freshmen then lost their second game to Springfield to close out the season. All season Ron Reopel , John Kenny, Jake Edwards, and Bob Smith turned in excellent jobs. The line play, however, highlighted the first three games and the little gridders will be able to make some fine additions to next year's varsity squad. Trinity 20 Wesleyan 0 Trinity 19 Loomis 6 Trinity Monson 38 0 Amherst 19 Trinity 13 Springfield 14 Trinity 7

First row: White, T. F. ; Lagarde, H. ; Adams, F . J. ; Reopel , R . S.; Crawley, R. F.; Nelson, B. C.; Smith , A. A.; Graham, G . R .; Gay, F . S.; Skaggs, D . C .; Schaller, E. S. ; Barrie, F . C.; Knorr, T. H . Second row: Nolan, R. T.; Wentworth, J.; Scheibe, C.; Formeister, W . J. ; Schreiner, W . J. ; Johnson, W . C.; Hoag, T. D.; Stebbins, R. R.; Price, J. T.; Brown, C. E. ; Miller, C . J .; Shechtman , T. B. ; Lindemann, E. A.; Hill, H . L. ; Evenson, W. F. ; Lagoudakins, A. C. ; Gerhold, W. Third row: Borawski , W . E. ; Kenny, J. E.; Edwards, J. W .; Kells, R. G. ; Hersch, P. D .; McNairy, P. E.; Mcilwain , P. H .; Edmunds, G . W. ; Pfeffer, W . H .; Young, B. A .; Bozzuto, C. D .; Miles, R. E.

FRESHMAN SOCCER

First row : Ward, W. E.; Judge, A. T.; Burleigh, D .; Schoff, P. S.; Outcalt, J. V .; Lessall , K. C.; Ford , C. E.; Bailey, R.; Brian , R. A.; Angell, D. H. ; Cerrito, C. S. Second row: Kellogg, S.; Burns, W.; Nauve, D. T .; Widing, J. C .; Smith, F . S. ; Truscott, G .; Bigelow, C.; Spencer, D . S.; McDonaugh, M. ; Elwell, W. P .; Arndt, C. H .; Lukens, W . W.; Fava, A. E.; Tryon, W. T.

A strong freshman soccer team this fall, compiled an undefeated record, winning each of their five games. The yearling hooters, led by Jon Widing and Bill Elwell on the line, Bill Lukens and Harry Arndt in the backfield, and Jon Outcalt in the goal , used a fast , passing game to gain their victories. Their spirit was one of teamwork, for which the credit goes to Bill Tryon, a Trinity alumnus, and their rookie coach . The frosh began the season by whipping Nichols, then battled in the mud to outscore a stubborn Yale team. Springfield and Amherst fell next, with the Wesleyan victory topping a fine season. The varsity can look forward to some valuable aid from the undefeated frosh next year. Trinity 6 Nichols 2 Trinity 3 Yale 2 Trinity 3 Springfield 1 Trinity 2 Amherst 1 Trinity 3 Wesleyan 0


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First ro w: Polstein, A. G .; Chekas, S. A.; Segur, W. H ., Jr.; Porto, M. A. ; McGowan, J. H.; Salamon, R. J . Second ro w: Oosting, R.; Swett, J . C. ; Vincent, N . J. ; Barton, J. M.; Godfrey, R. H. ; Niness, S. F., Jr. ; Hoyer, E., Jr.; Snow, R. A.

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VARSITY BASKETBALL The 1955-56 season started well for the Trinity cagers, with a win streak of five games. These included tlie defeats over M.I.T., Williams, Worcester Tech, Wesleyan, and the Coast Guard Academy, four of these being on the opponents' floors. Sound drubbings by Tufts and Middlebury left the varsity a little less confident, but still strong. They came back against Union, only to be decisively beaten by Bates and Amherst. Two more wins over Bowdoin and Clark were balanced by a loss to Coast Guard on the home floor. With three more games left, the varsity expects to better its mediocre record.

Captain Jack Barton, along with Jack McGowan, Sam Niness, Bob Godfrey, and Nick Vincent have comprised the starting five to date. John Swett, Art Polstein, and Dick Salamon have also been on hand, with each doing his share of playing. The scoring of McGowan has been prolific, with constant outputs of between 15 and 30 points. Barton's scrappy play, along with his timely goals, have made him the mainstay of the team. In the Williams game, Barton's goal tied up the game, leaving it up to Sam Niness to score on a jump shot and push Trin ahead. Then Barton tallied again to increase the edge. The first

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With Trinity playing some of the best small colleges in the New England area, it is surprising that the cagers have done so well. Trinity usually comes up with a good, if not outstanding club, while other schools of our size tum out powerhouses in the winter. The UMass quintet took the measure of UConn, and Amherst looks good for the Little Three title. The outlook for next year is decidedly better, with a host of fine players coming up from the frosh . Niness, along with Polstein, McGowan, and the frosh , should form a strong team for Coach Oosting in 1956-57 .

encounter with M .I.T. found McGowan pouring twenty-nine points through the hoop, while Barton contributed sixteen. The rebounding of big Bob Godfrey was superlative and his ability in-creased with every game. The team, as a whole, played a fast, if not always accurate floor-game, and more than once a quick two points was gained by alert passing. Coach Ray Oosting's quintet also employed the pressing defense to good advantage against faster clubs. The fact that the coach was taken ill halfway through the season, may partially explain the team's deficient play. His place was ably taken by frosh coach Bill Gerhold, but the same techniques were not apparent.

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VARSITY SWIMMING

With a team composed of almost all seniors, the 1956 varsity swimmers showed flashes of greatness in an otherwise mediocre season. Wins were chalked up over Tufts, Worcester Tech, M.I.T., and the Coast Guard, while the swimmers were handed defeats by Amherst, Union, and Springfield. Travelling to Tufts for its first encounter, the Blue and Gold mermen soundly defeated a weak Jumbo squad. In their home pool, the team, led by Kev Logan, Walt Shannon, and co-captains Don Scott and Hugh Zimmerman, knocked off a good Bowdoin team, and prospects looked bright for a successful season. Amherst proved too strong for the Bantams, despite the sterling efforts of Scott and Logan. At Springfield, the varsity swimmers were handed their hardest loss, being nosed out of a victory by a record breaking Indian team. This turned out to be perhaps the most exciting meet of the year, accomplished before a Junior Prom crowd of Trin men. The following week saw the tankmen climb back into the win column, with a decision over M.I.T. Record-breakers Shannon, Scott, and Logan continued their exploits as Coast Guard met defeat at the Trinity pool.

O'Reilly, J. R.; Illick, A. F. Third row: Christ, A. H .; Ray, W. H ., Jr. ; Painter, B. W., Jr. ; Norris, J. B. , IV; Shepherd, R. V., Jr. ; Muench, L. W.; Spatt, J. P.

First row: Boss, F H., III; Holmstrom, R. W., Jr.; Zimmerman, H . A. ; Scott, D. J.; Eastburn, W. H., III; Crilly, H. W ., III. Second row: Logan, K. M.; MacDonald, A. K.; Mcllwaine, R. H .; Rowe, R. M., Jr. ; Shannon, W. C.; 150


Venturing into Union territory, the team again was surprised by a weaker opponent, and lost a tough meet. The efforts of soph Larry Muench and Ron Boss, the champion diver, offset some of the shock. With hopes of a victory over the Wes men and a few bright spots looming .in the New England's, honors may be in line for this year's squad.

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Next year's club will feel the loss of the seniors, but help, in the persons of Muench, lllick, and O'Reilly, is forthcoming from the sophomores. These men, along with Logan and Shannon could again form the nucleus of a strong team for Coach Art Christ.

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VARSITY SQUASH Despite the fact that the 1955-56 season was a losing one with regard to the won and lost column, it did , nevertheless, give valuable experience to a squad comprised mainly of underclassmen. With the exception of two men, Dick Jewett and Bob Baker, the first seven men were sophomores and juniors who will undoubtedly, with the help of this year's freshmen, produce a greatly improved record next season. Williams Trinity Trinity Army Yale Trinity Harvard M.I.T. Amherst Wesleyan

9 9 7

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First row: Stehle, C . C. ; Baker, R. H., Jr.; Harlow, A. B., Jr. ; Johnston, J. L. Second row: Coursen, F . H .; Allen, J.; Moran, B. A., Jr.; Jewett, R. W. D., Jr.; Jessee, D. E. ; McAllister, D. J.

FRESHMAN SQUASH The freshmen produced a g<' , J squash team, although they didn't quite make the .500 mark, finishing the season with a record of three wins against five setbacks. Coach Jessee voiced his approval over the team's showing, pointing out that the record would have been better it it hadn't been for the loss of the number one man, Nel Holland, midway through the season. Wesleyan Trinity Deerfield Choate Trinity Amherst Wesleyan Trinity

First row: Dunning, P. S.; Fava, A. E.; Holland, N. ; Toland, A. C.; Schoff, P.M. Second row: Kingman, D .; Ward, W. M. ; Mcilwain, F .; Mcilvaine, L. H.; Nichols, C. S.

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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Under coach Bill Gerhold, the freshman basketball team has used the fast break and pressing defense as their style of play. Although the "baby bantams" have dropped three of their nine encounters, each loss was a closely contested match. Center, Ed Anderson, and forward, Jerry Olson, have led the team in scoring and rebounding. Brendan Shea, Jim Canivan, and Jerry Muir comprise the remainder of the starting five. Jay Dwyer and Bob Coyne, two early season starters, were lost at the end of the semester due to ineligibility. M .I.T. 59 Trinity 80 Trinity 79 Trinity 101 Trinity 85 Trinity 69 Trinity 84 Amherst 68 Trinity 85

Trinity Wor. Tech. J.V.'s St. Thomas Sem. Univ. of Bridgeport Coast Guard J.V.'s Union Trinity-Pawling Trinity Yale

56 47 56 78 67 42 59 60 76

First row: Shea, B.; Olson, J . E. ; Anderson E. J .; Muir, J . K ; Canivan, J. T. Second row: Gerhold, W. H .; Segro, J. A .; Weiser, R. A .; Truscott, G. B.; Franz, W. T .; Simshauser, P. D .

FRESHMAN SWIMMING The freshman swimming team compiled a record of four wins against four defeats, but the potential of a number of. swimmers gives promise of a fine varsity in the coming years. Bill Mannion, as team captain, led the sprinters in the 50 and 1.00, while Bill Johnson in the breaststroke, Phil Jacklin as the backstroker, Barry Shechtman in the distances, and Jerry Long in diving, bolstered a relatively inexperienced squad. The frosh nators had a number of exciting meets, the outstanding ones being Westminster and the traditional rival, Wesleyan. Coached by Bob Slaughter, the yearlings gave a good account of themselves and will ably support the varsity next year. Hotchkiss Trinity Williston Mount Herman Trinity Deerfield Trinity

55 42 53 48 43 65 41

Trinity Canterbury Trinity Trinity Westminster Trinity Hopkins

22 35 24 29 34 12 36

First ro w: Jacklin , P. ; Onderdonk, P .; Jaffe, P .; Scharf, R. E .; Mannion, A. ; Lieber, A. ; Kurti , T . M .; Finch, J . K. Second row: Slaughter, R . D .; Long, C . J.; Borus, M . E. ; Schechtman, L. B. ; Webster, T . W ., Jr. ; Johnson , W.; Grant, P. W., Jr. ; Nolan, P . T . Third ro w: Barrie, F . C .; Pitcher, W. R .; Backman, G. C. ; Nelson, B. E .; Adams, J. F .; Knorr, T. H., Jr. ; Mayo, W. H. 153


VARSITY BASEBALL The 1955 varsity baseball season proved to be one of the most successful ones in recent years, as the team finished with a sparkling record of twelve wins and only two losses. Last season was the first one for the frosh members of the undefeated 1954 freshman baseball team, and ace pitchers Moe Drabowsky and George Case evidently found the competition no harder, each turning in superb records. The team received excellent support from the pitching trio of Case, Drabowsky and (rain) , as these two sophomore stalwarts carried the pitching burden almost entirely. The outfield was made up of Captain Ed Yeomans in right, Bobby Alexander in center, and rugged Ray Aramini patrolling left. Another sophomore, Walt Crusburg did a creditable job at third, both with the bat and glove. The keystone combination of Sticka at second and Kelleher at short cut many a rally short with timely double plays, completed by Dick Salamon at first. "Lucky" Callen filled in near the end of the season, as Salamon unfortunately broke his ankle in a frosh scrimmage. Steady, reliable Ron Kozuch, the team's leading batter, filled in as catcher.

First row: Gallagher, T.; Alexander, R. H. ; Yeomans, E. M.; Kozuch, R. A.; Drabowsky, M. W. ; Crusberg, W. C .; Case, G . E. ; Slaughter, R. D.

Second row: Turner, P . C. ; Sticka, C. C.; Kelleher, G. J. , Jr.; Roberts, D. A.; Callen, J . H ., Jr. ; Aramini, R. B.; Logan, K. M. ; Jessee, D. E.

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Besides the starting team, Dan Jessee's bench was loaded with fine substitutes, including switch-hitter Dave Roberts, Kev Logan, and Paul Russo. The team lost the opening two games to Yale and Rhode Island, but then went undefeated throughout the remainder of the season. Drabowsky lost a heartbreaker to Yale in the opener, pitching a three-hitter and losi.ng 2 to 1. The team succeeded in handing Springfield's ace pitcher his first loss in three years of varsity competition; also trampling over Wesleyan, Amherst, and Williams, among others. With most of the squad returning this season, and able help from some of the freshmen, hopes are high for another excellent season. Georgetown II Trinity 14 Quantico Marines 9 2 Trinity Trinity 20 Trinity-Columbia cancelled Yale 2 Rhode Island 4 Trinity 3 Trinity 4 Trinity 16 Amherst 8 Trinity 4 Trinity 3 Trinity 8 Trinity 9 Trinity 6 Trinity 7 Trinity 3 Trinity 6

Trinity Geo. Washington Trinity Wash. and Lee Geo. Washington (rain) Trinity Trinity Bowdoin Springfield Coast Guard Trinity Worcester Tech . Wesleyan Bates Bowdoin Wesleyan Coast Guard U. of Mass. Tufts

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exhib. (7 inn.) (7 inn.)

0 1 2 3 (10 inn.) I 7 1 2 3 8 2 0 1 5 (10 inn.)

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Trinity Trinity Trinity Wesleyan Trinity Choate St. Thomas Sem. Williston U . of Mass. Trinity Trinity

1 4 3 6 (14 inn.) 6 3 0 2 1 1 3 (12 inn.)

1955 FRESHMAN BASEBALL With a full schedule, the frosh fielders and beginner batters racked up a mediocre five and seven record. The team, coached by Bill Gerhold, was led by Captain Jack Thompson, a very able pitcher and short-stop. First baseman, Joe Urdzella was the Babe Ruth of the yearling squad. His was the highest batting average, and his long hits often developed into scores for the home team. Pitcher McIvor can be credited with over sixty percent of Trio's win column, and center fielder McGowan was the strong point in the outfield. Wins were chalked up over Choate and Loomis, while Trinity was beaten by our contemporaries in New Haven. Five of the remaining nine starters will be certain prospects for the 1956 baseball squad, and their experience as freshman ball players should pay off in this year's win column.

First row: Perkins, R. E .; Bogli, G. L.; Polstein, A. G .; Burgwin, J. H .; Nevins, D. H .; Garrett, P. C.; Schacht, M.A. Second row: Crystal, J. W .; LeClerc, R. A .; Lorson, E. B.; Mcivor, C. ; Gerhold, W. H.

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VARSITY TENNIS The 1955 tennis season was again a success with its usual I 0 and 1 record. The team lost its match to Middlebury to shatter all hopes for an undefeated season. Led by cocaptains Booth and Craig plus路 undefeated Dave Beers, the team continued its ou~standing record of 1954 and 1953. Bill Booth won the College Championships, and the team pulled through with third place in the New England's. Coach Roy Dath lost a lot of good men via graduation, but he still has high hopes for the 1956 season with Harlow, Stehle, Zimmerman, Beers, Tewksbury, and Jewett returning plus the addition of men from the 19 55 frosh team. Trinity Trinity Trinity Middlebury Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

8 9 9 6 6 9 7 7 9 5 6

Rhode Island Bowdoin Worcester Tech. Trinity Amherst Clark U . of Mass. Springfield A.I.C. Wesleyan Univ. of Vermont

1 0 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 4 3

Bottom row: Dath, R. A.; Tewksbury, J. P.; Zimmerman, H. A .; Foster, R. G. ; Morley, J. R.; Clark, R. M. Top row: Johnston, R. S.; Hamilton, H. D. ; Harlow, A. B.; Close, E. W.; Stehle, C. C. ; Thomas, M. T. ; Booth, W. N .; Whitman, B. N.; Beers, D. B. ; Jewett, R. W . D.; Stephenson, R. M.

FRESHMAN TENNIS Even though the 1955 frosh tennis team won less than half of its matches, there are still high hopes that the men of the team will bolster the 1956 varsity line-up. With a team composed of Skip Rowe, D u s t y McDonald, Fred Thompson, Don Weinstein, Dodd Miles, Peter Lowenstein, and George Cleveland, the matches lost were decided by very close scores. The most exciting match was definitely the wellplayed one at the courts of the Wesleyan opponents. Amherst Trinity Trinity Choate Trinity Kent Wesleyan Loomis

First row: Muench, L. W. ; Rowe, R . M ., Jr. ; Thompson, J. L.; Weinstein, D . S. ; McDonald, D .; Lowenstein, P . D .; Miles, K. D .; Holbrook, T. T .; Cleveland, G. D. ; Elsas, J. M., Jr. ; Kurth , P . W .

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5 9

Trinity Nichols St. Thomas Trinity Westminster Trinity Trinity Trinity

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VARSITY TRACK Centered around the heavy scoring of Captain Don Law, Bill Saypalia, and John Swett, the 1955 track team compiled a very successful record, winning five while losing only two . Several new records were set and then broken again later in the season, Individually, Saypalia broke four records, three in the shot-put and one in the discus. The sprinters and distance men also showed promise, with Law in the hurdles and sprints, and George McCanless in the mile. The '56 team will be co-captained by McCanless and Bill Smith. With nine returning lettermen, plus a few promising sophomores up from the frosh, Coach Karl Kurth's team shows signs of doing very well this coming season. Wesleyan 75

First row: Pierce, W. N., Jr.; Swett, J. C.; Saypalia, W. E., Jr.; Gagoz, R . M.; Law, D . T ., Jr. ; Maitland, G. R ., Jr.; McCanless, G . R. , Jr.; Smith, W. ; Crilly, H. W., III; LaBella, R. V. Second row: Spatt, J . P .; Resnick, K. ; Elliot, D. J .; Snider, F. C. ; Becherer, H . W. ; Churchill, J. K.; Kiselev, A. A.; Percy, C.; Winslow, N . R., Jr.; Nissi, R. F .; Miner, J. R., Jr.; Kurth, P . W.

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Trinity 25 U. of Mass. 58 213 Coast Guard 41 Trinity 54 Middlebury 57 Worcester Tech. 43 3/ 5 Univ. of Vermont 61 3/ 4

FRESHMAN TRACK Despite a mediocre record of three losses against one win, the 1955 freshman track team still had a few bright spots. Three old records were swept away and replaced by new ones. Dick Noble erased the javelin mark, Fred Boynton established a 6 foot \4 inch high jump record, and Hub Segur ran the mile in the record time of 4:38 :4. Coach Art Christ did a fine job with the yearlings, and the closeness of the Amherst and University of Mass. meets attests to this fact. With a little more ability, the team would have made a better showing, but it still will contribute a host of hopefuls to the varsity this spring. University of Mass. 62 New Britain Teachers 79 Trinity Amherst

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First row: Boynton, C. F .; Shepherd, R . V., Jr. ; Haight, D . W. ; Polley, R. D. ; H awley, G . B.; Illick, A. F .; Simmons, P. C .; Loeffel, C. L. ; Satterthwaite, R.; Norris, J. B., IV. Second ro w: Kaufhold, R. D .; Frey, A . R .; Segur, W . H., Jr. ; Platt, J. S.; Lambert, K. R .; Saunders, W. S.; Murray, J. H ., Jr. ; Catlin, J. M.; Hermanns, R. R .; Scharf, R . E .; Christ, A . H. 157


1955 VARSITY GOLF The future Ben Hogans of Trinity had a not too successful season although their matches provided the future golfers with the added experience needed. Under the coaching of the experienced golfer, Mitch Pappas, the Trin Swingers utilized the facilities of Wampanoag Golf Club for their three home meets. Captain Briggaman led the able Sam Niness and Jim Steinmetz to wins over Worcester Tech, Williams, and Wesleyan and tied a very powerful Rhode Island team. With the increasing popularity of golf as a competitive sport, the future of Trinity's golf team is bright. In the future a greater turnout, influenced by the beginners golf class sponsored by the Physical Education Department, will assist the Pappasmen to greater heights on the "links."

Niness, S. F., Jr.; Briggaman, R. A.; Steinmetz, J. H.; Pappas, M. N.; Law, D. T., Jr.; Homa, H.; Behr, R. L.

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9 16

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LACROSSE TEAM The sport that bas gained most in popularity and interest in recent years at Trinity is Lacrosse. This group of self-coached enthusiasts bas firmly established itself as a contributor to the successful side of the college's athletics. The team, which lacks professional coaching stability, makes up for this deficiency by sheer determination and desire to win. For the past several seasons the stickmen have racked up 5-2 records without the advantage of early spring practice. Such opponents as Tufts, Brown, University of Mass., Worcester Tech., and Holy Cross have helped give the team a winning ledger, whereas Amherst and Harvard have dampened the hopes of an unblemished season. This year's team consisted mainly of players who played dominant roles last spring, and was bolstered by the additional strength of several outstanding freshman players.

First row: Coursen, F. H.; Stuart, R. M.; Montgomery, E. A., Jr.; Renkert, D. P.; Marion, P. B.; Wilson, P. S. Second row: Bass, T. E.; Reed, S. P.; Vaughan, G. G.; Scott, R. D.

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FENCING TEAM The fencing season this year was initiated by a very encouraging turnout of both freshmen and upperclassmen. Competitive matches began in January against Harvard, M.I .T., Hopkins Grammar, Yale, Stevens Tech , and Boston University. Despite a poor won and lost record, the uncoached Trin bladesmen have shown flashes of ability throughout the season. One of the bright spots has been the 13-2 record of D ave Beers, who has led an excellent foil team. The saber men have been championed by Gordon Bates, cocaptain, and the epee fencers, off to a slow start, are beginning to show promise in the persons of Bruce Gladfelter, Ken Lessall, and Dick Heuss. Trinity has always done well in the New England Fencing Tournament, and this year the team is especially out to redeem the season with a good showing.

First row: Lessall, K. C .; Bates, G. S.; Dodds, W . J.; Lockie, L. M .; Lambert, K . R . Second row: Sullivan, W. L. ; Arndt, C. H.; Gladfelter, B. G.; Tucker, R. S.; Beers, D . B.

RIFLE TEAM Despite the fact that the Rifle Team had a new and inexperienced squad, and a poor shooting range, they won about thirty-five percent of their matches. Shooting against UConn, Providence College, and Coast Guard Academy, the team has excelled in spots, with Messrs. Simmons, Finkbeiner, and Studley shooting the way. Under the able direction of Officer Bennett, Sergeants Barnes and Logsdon, the marksmen have shown steady progress, and with a new range and new equipment in sight for the end of this year, the R.O.T .C . Rifle team looks forward to a bright future in 1957.

First row: Jaffe, R . R. ; Finkbeiner, D .; Studley, J. B. Second ro w: Angell, A. D .; Speilman, R . W.; Simmons, P. C .; Hess, R.

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SOCIAL TRIN

"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." This homily was strictly adhered to by the undergraduates this year. Anyone who attempts to describe the social season at Trinity is left with a paramount job, since there are probably as many conceptions of the different week-ends as there are undergraduates. From the Tufts weekend to the Senior Prom, from a day at Vassar to a week-end at Smith, from a night at Rahar's to a sunny afternoon on Ocean Beach, Trin men were on the move bettering the relations of the boys from Hartford. Each week-end saw a few inevitable fraternity men losing their pins and gaining a girl. Each week-end saw the highways of Massachusetts and Connecticut covered by Trinity's able social members. Saturday night on Vernon Street became a night when students let forth with an exuberance, stored up since the preceding Monday. Exams, tests, lectures, classes, study was the rule during the week, but come the week-end Trin men would scatter to the many nearby female institutions or create a vast Immigration Program. Let us then try to recapture the highlights of the 1955-1956 social

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over Wesleyan and the Soph Hop highlighted these four days of gaiety and laughter, of speeches and lectures, of cheering and happiness, and of dancing and "partying." Our dates were, to say the least, impressed by our great football team, the present dignitaries and fanfare, and by Trinity's ability to create a great social week-end. Friday, the privilege of no classes was awarded the undergraduates, a day of freedom seldom

season, leaving room for one's own thoughts and recollections to lull him into the dreams of "that night." November 10, 1955 will go down in Trinity's history as one of the biggest week-ends since its founding. The three-fold week-end was also unanimously considered the most successful, if not since 1823, at least in the past four years. Convocation, the big win

conceded by the faculty and administration. Many attended speeches during the day, and later the cocktail parties and dinners on Vernon Street. All of the dates, with the exception of a few stragglers had invaded the campus, and now were anticipating the week-end and Prom. After a speech by the Honorable Judge Medina, the students, with their assortment of dates invaded the Hart-

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ford Club. The music of Russ Cole and his orchestra revived the aging Hartford Club. From the absences and sighs of the students during the next day of classes, it was apparent that the evening was a success. However, the sight of skirts and the pleasant odor of Arqege had not left the campus. Saturday became a day of chasing between classes and speeches and from cheering the throat dry at the exploits of Sticka and Company. The football season was climaxed with an unforgettable afternoon, handing the boys from Middletown one of their worst defeats. The success of the team and the

dryness of throats were soon revealed in the ten fraternities. The praising of Sticka and the efforts of the football team did not end on the field, but were carried to the houses, where old grads and their wives mingled with undergrads and their dates. By nightfall, the fraternities again became the scene of bands and festivities, dancing and singing. The night before slowly and sleepily dragged into the morning after, and a day of rest and rehabilitation, together with an immortal speech by Carlos Romulo, climaxed Sunday. November 11th, 12th, and 13th became an unforgettable week-end in

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the annals of Trinity history. The football season ended, and the social life at Trinity prepared itself for the preChristmas swing. A short week and a half after the return from the Biltmore, the A.F.R .O.T.C. presented the Military Ball. Many new faces dotted by the products of Revlon and Hazel Bishop were seen, undoubtedly discovered during the recent vacation. The dance was gay, with the usual "Blue Monday" outfits intermingled with Slossberg's rentals. This last social fling of the 1955 season made the undergraduates more desirous of the coming Christmas recess.

Santa Claus came and went; the crowds invaded Times Square, cheering the arrival of 1956 and Trinity undergraduates drifted back from their Christmas recluses. January and mid-terms blew by, and with a few injuries due to the slopes of Vermont, the junior class completed arrangements for its February lOth Prom. Letters and phone calls were sent to isolated communities boasting a woman's college. By the weekend, all who so desired, except for the inevitable few victims of the "fiushogram"


To every student, each week-end, either in Hartford or New Lqndon, provided a few hours of entertainment, differing from the week's routine. Each student has his own personal recollections of the past week-ends. Whether it be a picture, an ash tray, a glass, or just a thought, the stories and tales of Trinity men's week-end exploits will echo through the Ivy Halls until the last day of exams are over. Read this, Trinity Student; this was your social year. Here is a summation of the activities. Your individual experiences are your own. Sleep now, social man, and recollect "that night."

were in full anticipation of the winter social event. At the Hartford Club, known to Trinity men for its corkage fees and fantastic prices for ginger ale or soda, once again awoke to the tread of dancing feet. A few miles away, at the Wampanoag Country Club the Theta Xi'c of Trinity were sponsoring their annual Sweetheart Ball. The weeks dragged on. February drew to a close, and the IVY went to press. We don't know the results of the coming IFC and Senior Ball week-ends, but the past three seem to be good indications of what is to come. 164


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A Abeles, William R., '59; 17 Fifth Ave., Pelham, New York Abrahamson, Barry D., '59; 102-05 65th Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. Adams, John F., '59; Reservoir Rd., Kensington, Conn. Addison, Douglas P., ' ~8; c/ o Socony Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., P. 0. Box 3072, Cristabel, Canal Zone Albinson, Ralph Knapp, '59; 845 Rover Rd., Windom, Minn. Allen, Robert J., '57; 135 Edgemont Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Almquist, Philip W., '57; 63 Wells Farm Dr., Wethersfield, Conn. Anderson, Edward J., '59; 62 Boltis St., Mount Kisco, N. Y. Anderson, George A., '59; 62 Theodore St., Newington, Conn. Anderson, Michael M., '59; 5015 Lowell St., N. W. Wash., D. C. Anderson, PeterS., '59; 2740 N. Wash. St., Columbus, Ind. Angell, Albert D., Ill, '59; 7 Somerset Ave., Chatham, N. J. Arndt, Charles H., '59; 527 St. Davids Ave., St. Davids, Pa. Arrington, James B., '57; 19 Arlington Rd., Wellesley Hills., Mass.

B Babcock, William W., '59; Central St., (R.F.D. Cohasset), Norwell, Mass. Babington, Edward L., '57; 203 Glenwood Ave ., Leonia, N. J. Back, Robert W., '58; 408 Lincolnway West, Morrison, Ill. Backman, George E., '59; 7 Overbrook Rd., West Hartford Bailey, Edwin T., Jr., '58; 356 Brookside Rd., Darien, Conn.

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Brott, Robert P. V., '58; 31 W. Irving St., Chevy Chase, Md. Brown, Curtis E., Jr., '59; 147 Jones St., West Haven, Conn. Brown, James E., '59; 5608 Detroit St., Dearborn, Mich. Brown, Louis, '57; 78 Oakland Terr., Hartford, Conn. Brown, Theodor, '57; 185-10 80th Rd., Jamicia 32, N. Y. Bruno, Vincent J., '57; 12 Dwight Pl., East Haven, Conn. Buchanan, Melvin F., '58; New Britain Ave., Plainville, Conn. Bulkley, Franklin W., '57; Box 142, Middletown, N.J. Bunch, Bryan H., '57; Mt. Holly Rd., Peoria, Ill. Burleigh, David C., '59; Box 12, Fitzwilliam, N.H. Burns, Walter J., Jr., '59; Cia Frutera DeSevilla, Santa Marta, Colombia, South America Buswell, Jeremy W., '58; 1078 Church St., Stratford, Conn.

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E Earle, Henry, Ill, '57; 390 Washington Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Edgerton, Ward M., '58; 21 Wyllys St., Glastonbury, Conn. Edmunds, Gerald W., '59; New Haven, Ill. Edwards, Jacob W., '59; 81ngraham Rd., Wellesley, Mass. Ehman, Richard A., '58; 61 Grand Street, Hartford Elder, Richard 0., '57; Hyde, Md. Eldredge, Paul S., '58; Highland Ave., Chatham, Mass. Elliott, Barry A., '58; 3 Wyllys St., Glastonbury, Conn. Elliott, David J., '57; Savage Hill Rd., Berlin, Conn. Elsas, Jason M., Jr., '58; 29 East 64th St., New York, N.Y. Elting, Everett E., Jr., '58; 259 Griffen Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. Elwell, William P., Jr., '59; 31 Old Farm Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. Englehart, Arnebert E., '59; 370 Blue Hills Ave., Hartford Enterline, Richard J., '58; 71 Virginia Pl., Yonkers, N.Y. Epstein, Ralph, '58; 99 Dillon Rd., Hartford

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Goodman, Paul S., '59; 76 Williston Rd., Brookline, Mass. Gordon, Robert D., '58; 8 Addison Rd., Glastonbury, Conn. Gould, James M., '57; 12 Rockledge Rd., Hartsdale, N. Y. Gowing, Michael LeV., '59; 411 No. Elizabeth, Dearborn, Mich. Grace, Eugene G., '59; Ithan Ave. & Conestoga Rd., Ithan, Pa. Graham, George R., Jr., '59; 1455 Graystone Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Graham, Walter J., '59; 2133 No. Philip St., Philadelphia, Pa. Grant, Preston W., Jr., '59; 8601 Beechtree Rd., Bethesda, Md. Greer, Peter R., '57; 354 Charlton Ave., So. Orange, N.J. Griffin, James J., '58; 21 Henry St., Hartford Guay, Albert H., '57; 20 Spruce St., Manchester, Conn.

G Ganak, FrankS., '59; 20 Gibbs St., Brookline, Mass. Garib, Albert F., '57; 109-14 Ascan Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. Garrett, Peter C., '58; 221 Main St., Hingham, Mass. Gay, Selwyn, '59; 80 Depeyster Ave., Tenafly, N.J. Gebelein, Edward F., Jr., '59; 10 Cobbs Rd., West Hartford Geetter, Albert L., '57; 92 Fern St., Hartford Giammattei, David P., '57; 45 Hemlock Dr., Tarrytown, N.Y. Gibbons, Edward F., '59; 39 Whitmore St., Hartford Gibson, Robert F., Ill, '58; 4100 Kingcrest Pkwy., Richmond, Va. Giffin, Paul A., '57; 1600 Holmes Ave., Racine, Wis. Gilson, Frederick L., '58; 110 South St., Fairfield, Conn. Gintas, JohnS., '59; 185 Lawrence St., Hartford Gladfelter, Bruce G., '58; 342 Fisher Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. Gleason, Frederick J., Jr., '58; 37 Barker Rd., Scituate, Mass. Gocht, Ronald E., '57; 38 Theodore St., Newington, Conn. Godfrey, Robert H., '57; Lloyd Neck, Huntington, L. 1., N.Y. Goldenberg, Irwin, '58; 834 Albany Ave., Hartford Gooderham, Edward D., '58; 71 Rand Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.

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Hartz, John C., '59; Sycamore Farm, Bernardsville, N. J. Hathaway, Nathaniel, Ill, '59; 167 Maple St., Wethersfield, Ct. Haug, Egon E., '57; 101 Rutgers St., Maplewood, N.J. Hawe, James W., '58; 509 Broad Ave., Palisades Park, N. J. Haynes, James M., Jr., '59; 2830 Chesterfield Pl., Wash., D. C. Hazzard, Wayne B., '58; 794 Shawmut Ave., Roxbury, Mass. Headle, Bruce C., '5{1; Bushy Hill Rd., Simsbury, Conn. Healy, Mark D., '59; 87 Providence St., Providence, R. I. Henriques, Peter R., '59; 207 Corona Ave., Pelham, N.Y. Hermanns, Ronald R., '58; 4416 Union Ave., Merchantville, N.J. Hersch, Paul D., '59; 709 E. Main St., Carthage, Ill. Hess, Richard, '59; 275 Central Park West, New York, N.Y. Hewitt, Frederick B., '59; 17 Madison Ave., Maplewood, N.J. Hickey, John A., '59; 1725 Main St., East Hartford Hiebert, John M., Jr., '58; 41 Greenbriar Lane, Port Wash., N. Y. Hill, Howard L., Jr., '59; Royle Rd., Darien, Conn. Himelstein, Samuel C., '59; 26 Chatham St., Hartford Hoag, T. Denny, '59; 1165 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Hockett, David L., '57; 72 Howell Ave., Larchmont, N.Y. Hoey, John P., '57; 105 Filbert St., Hamden, Conn. Hoffman, Raymond D., '57; 129 Glen Ave., Williamsville, N.Y. Holbrook, Timothy T., '58; Baldwin Rd., Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Holland, Nelson C., '59; 57 Cambridge Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Hoover, Lyman MacN., '59; 5 Bronson Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Hopkins, Roland G., '58; 81 Waban Ave., Waban, Mass. Hoppner, Peter, "59; Loudon Lane, Loudonville, N.Y. Horne, Timothy P,, '59; Lilac Farm, Mill Rd., Bolton, Mass. Horrow, Burton F., '57; 36 Whetten Rd., West Hartford

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