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"Like leaves on trees the race of man is found, Now green in youth, now withering on the ground, Another race the following spring supplies, They fall successive, and successive rise: So generations in their course decay, So flourish these, when those have pass'd away." - HOMER


"The school is not the end but only the beginning of an education." - CAIXI.\" cnounr.E

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. . . is no fool by night." - YOL'XG

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"The seeds of knowledge may be planted in solitude, . . .

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. . . but must be cultivated in public." - JOH.VSO.\"


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Men are like wine; . . .


. . . not good before the lees of clownishness be settled." - FELTHA:ll


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lt is dangerous to show man how much. his nature resembles the.animals, without showing him al$o his greatness. 1t is donger路 ous to Sb<Jw him his excellen~'. ~~thout also making hifJ\ i~nsible of his .lnfb~mities. But the greatett(dan.g er of uti is, to .lecrve him ignorant of both/'


Air Science

lt. Colonel GERALD R. MARSHAll, Professor of Ai r Science; A.B. Washington & Jefferson College, 1942; Appointed to - the faculty in 1963.

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JACK ANTON BIRNKAMMER, Ani•tant Profenor of Air Science; B.S. St. Low renee University, 1951; Cap· lai n, Uni ted State• Air Force; Appointed to the faculty in 1962.


DRill TEAM. Querida, langlois, Meek, Morley, Wodell, Pratt, Bangert, 8rosfield, Woodcock, 8urgeu. Leader: Huuoy.


RiflE TEAM: first row : Fichman, Born, Murphy; Second row : Mitchell, Gulotta, Hofl; Th ird row: Prentice, OeNoie .

JOHN 8. GRASSER, B.S. Dvquesne University, 1951 ; Formerly Flight Commander and Heli<opter Instructor; Captain, United States Air Force; Ap路 pointed ta the faculty 1963.

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BERTRAM ELLIOT FEINGOLD MANCHESTER, CO NECTICUT BIOLOGY Freshman Executive Council; Junior Advisor; Senate; Hillel Society, President; Young Democrats; Mather Hal l Board of Governors, Chairman ; Brownell Club; Prepared at Manchester High School.

THOMAS EDWARD CONE, Ill WASHINGTON, D.C. BIOLOGY

LAWRENCE MICHAEL FRIEDMAN

Ju nior Advisor; Senior Lay Reader; Soccer; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at London School.

BAYSIDE, NEW YORK PRE-MEDICAL Hille l Society; C.O.D.E .; Politica l Science Club; French Club; Chapel Cabinet; Young Democrats; Brownell Club; Prepared of Bayside High School.

SIDNEY ROBERT KATZ JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAL Hillel, Vice President; Prepared crl Lincoln High School.

KE NETH ROBERT GOLDBERG HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY Hillel Society; Prepared at Weaver High School. CHARLES RODGER KLOTZ WOODCLIFF LAKE, NEW JERSEY BIOLOGY

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Cerberus; Intramural Boord~ Lacrosse; Theta Xi; Prepared at Poscock Volley Regional.


Biology

JAMES WENDEll BURGER, J. Pierpont Morgon Ptofessor of Biology; A.B. Haverford, 1931 ; A.M. le high, 1933; Ph .D. Princeton, 1936; MonQging Director, Mt. Oeoert Island Biological laboratory, 19~8 1951; Commh oioner, Connecticut Slot Geological ond Nolurol History Surve y; Director, Hartford Hospital; Reoeorch Grants: New York Hearot Auodation and Notional lnotitute of Health; Phi Beta Kappa, Sigmo Xi . Appointed to the faculty in 1936.

GERRY MELVIN BARAN WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAl WRTC-FM; Hillel Society; Psi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at Bristol Central High School.

BRUCE JAMES BOWEN CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND BIOLOGY and PRE.MEDICAl WRTC-FM; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at St. Albans.

PETER NINO CASADEI LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY Freshman Football; Soccer; Crew; Pi Kappa Alpha ; Prepared at Litchfield High School.

ARTHUR BOBRUFF WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAL Band; Psychology Club; Intramural Board; Hillel Society; Freshman Track; Q.E.D.; Prepared at Conard High School.

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JOSEPH RICHARD MARTIRE TEANECK, NEW JERSEY BIOLOGY Medusa; Senate; Junior Class Marshal; Chapel Cabinet, President; Newman Club, Vice-President; Junior Advisor; Italian Club; Jesters; Committee of 100; Campus Chest; Tripod; Freshman Football; Freshman Track; Wrestling Club, President; Alpha Chi Rho, President; Prepared at Teaneck High School.

CHRISTOPHER JOHN McNEill MANCHESTER, CON ECTICUT PRE-MEDICAL JAMES MORRill VAN STONE, Auociate Professor of Biology; B.A. Wesleyan, 19-49; M.S., Ph.D. Princeton, 1953, 195.-4; Research Gra.nls for work in Experimental Embryology; National Seience Foundation, 1955-1958 and National Institutes of Health, 1958-1962; Member, Amer路 icon Society of Zoologists; Member, American Association of Anatomists; Member, Society for the Study of Development and Growth; Appointed to the faculty in 195-4.

Glee Club; Chanticleers; Junior Advisor; Swimming; Baseball, Co-Captain; Phi Kappa Psi, President; Prepared of Manchester High School.

JOHN ANTHONY OGDEN WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAL Trinidads, Chairman; $ports, Chairman; Junior Advisor; Senior loy Reader; Economics Club; Prepared at Springfield High School.

RICHARD EDWARD PASTORE EASTCHESTER, NEW YORK Pre-Medical

Le Cercle Fran~ais, Treasurer; Newman Club; Freshman Soccer; Q.E.D.; Prepared a# Eastchester High School.

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ROBERT DENNIS RODNER NEW YORK, NEW YORK BIOLOGY Hillel, Secretory; Chapel Cabinet; Freshman Football, Manager; Crew; Prepared at Stuyvesant High School.

MYRON ROSENTHAL WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAL Mather Hall Board of Governors; Tripod, Managing Editor; Hillel Society, VicePresident; Q.E.D.; Prepared at Conard High School.

BRUCE LAWRENCE STEVENS ROBERT ALAN SACHS

BALDWIN, NEW YORK

JAMAICA, NEW YORK

BIOLOGY

PRE-MEDICAL

Junior Advisor; Chapel Choir; Junior, Senior lay Reader; Pi Kappa Alpha ; Prepared at Baldwin High School.

Freshman Golf; Alpha Chi Rho, Secretary; Prepared at Jamaica High School.

ROBERT JOHN SANZO MARTFORD, CONNECTICUT BIOLOGY AFROTC Drill Team; Brownell Club; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

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DONALD SARRETT GAlBRAITH , ln1tructor in Biology; S.S . Grove City College, 1958 ; Sc.M., Ph .D. Brown , 1960, 1962; United Stoteo Heollh Service Troinee in G e ne tics, 1960-1962; Omig ron Della Kappa, Seta Beta Beta, Sigmo. Xi ; Appointe d Ia th e fac ulty in 1962.

BRUCE ALAN WAXMAN ORElAND, PENNSYLVANIA PRE-MEDICAL WRTC -FM; Hil lel Society; Freshman Squash ; Freshman Golf; Theta Xi; Prepared at Central High School.

MORRIS GREENE WEAVER PERRYSBURG, OHIO PRE-MEDICAL Young Republicans; Crew; Freshman Football; Theta Xi; Prepared of

Perrysburg High School.

RAYMOND ALAN WERTHEIM

THOMAS BECKER W ILTBANK

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

GLEN HEAD, NEW YORK

PRE-MEDICAL and FRENCH

BIOLOGY and PRE-MEDICAL

Le Cercle

Fron~ois,

WRTC-FM; Track, Manager; Prepared at

Corresponding Secretory; Chamber Players; Glee Club; Tripod; Young Democrats; WRTC-FM, Librarian; Prepared at

Norlh Shore High School.

Central High School.

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Chem·stry

ROBERT HENDERSO SMEL LIE, JR., Professor of Chemistry; B.S., M.S. Trinity, 1942, 1944; Ph .D. Col umbio, 1951 ; Phi Beto Koppo . Ap· pointed to the foculty in 1943.

EDSON lEE BLACKMAN BLOOMFIELD, CONNECTICUT CHEMISTRY ROBERT STEPHEN ANDERSON WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

G lee Club, Secretary; Young Republicans; Prepared ot

Bloomfield High School.

CHEMISTRY

Jesters; Glee Club; Campus Chest; Hockey; Alpha Chi Rho;

Prepared ot Kent School.

EOWARD BOBKO, Associate Professor of Ch ern· islry; B.S. Western Reserve, 1949; Ph .D. North· western, 1952; Forme rly taught ot Northwe•tern ond Washi ngton ond Jefferson College; Phi Beto Koppe, Sigma Xi; Appointed to the foe· ulty in 1955.


HENRY A. DePH ILL IPS, JR., Assistant Pro路 lessor of Chemistry; B.S. Fordham University, 1959; Ph .D. Northwestern Un iver>ity; Sigmo Xi; Phi lombdo Up>ilon; Appointed to the faculty 1963.

JAMES KENNETH HEEREN, Auistont Prof ssor of Chemistry; B.S., M.S. Tufts, 1951 , 19.52; Ph .D. M.I.T., 1960; Sigmo Xi; Appointed to the fo~ulty in 1962.

RICHARD DONALD BLOOMSTEIN SUMMIT,

EW JERSEY

CHEMISTRY

Tripod, Photography Editor; Hillel Society; Bond; Freshman Swimming; Fencing; Q .E.D.; Prepared at Summit High School. WILLIAM THOMPSON BOWIE NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE CHEMISTRY Chamber Players, Pres;dent; Chaotol Choir; Carilloneurs, Master; Bond; Glee Club; Q .E. D.; Prepared at Wilmington High School.

DAVID RUSSELL CASE POQUONOCK, CONNECTICUT CHEMISTRY WRTC-FM; Newman Club; Freshman Baseball; Brownell Club, Secretary and President; Prepared at W indsor High School.


DONALD JOHN CIMILLUCA EW YORK, N EW YORK CHEMI STRY Jesters; Chapel Choir; Glee Club; Young Repu blicans; Prepared at The Hig h School of Science.

AlfRED L PE IKER, lecturer in Chemistry; &.S., M.S. Trinity, 192~, 1927; Ph .D. McGill, 1930; Instructor in Chemistry, Trinity, 193034; With Ameri<an Cyanamid Campa.ny, 1934-63; Director of Stanford laborotorieJ, 1957-63; Vice路President of Cyanamid European Research International. 1961..53; Sigma Xi; Appointed to the faculty 1963.

BRUCE AUGUST PAYLECH BERLIN, CONNECTICUT CHEMISTRY F.E.C. ; Delta Phi Alpha; Q .E.D.;

Prepared at Berlin High School.

MALCOLM CLARENCE SWEET JEWETT CITY, CONNECTICUT CHEMISTRY Q .E.D.; Prepared at Norwich Free Academy.

STERLING BISHOP SMITH, Seovill Profe uor of Chem路 istry; Ph .B., M.S. Yale, 1920, 1923; Ph.D. New York University, 1927; Appoi nted to the faculty in 1923.

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<LASSI<S JAMES ANASTASIOS NOTOPOULOS, Hobart Profes路 .or of Clouical languages; S.A. Amherst, 1928; B.A., M.A. Oxford, 1930, 1934; Visiting Professor, Prince路 ton, 1955-1956; Visiting Profeuor, Harvard, 1961 路 1962; Author of The Platonism of Shelly; Guggenheim Fellow, 19.52-1953; Co-editor of C/ouico/ Journal; Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to the faculty in 1936.

ROBERT ERNEST BENNETT SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA CLASSICS and HISTORY I.e Cercle Fron~ais; Chapel Guide;

Phi Beta Kappa; Prepared at Robert E. Lee High School.

WILLIAM DONALD EDWARD COULSON RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CLASSICS Junior Advisor; Phi Beta Kappa ; Delta Phi Alpha; Freshman Soccer; Fencing; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at Hill School.

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GOODWIN BATTERSON BEACH, ledurer in latin; A.B. Harvard, 1907; M.A. Trinity, 1931; litt .D. leeds, 1953; Four times received honorable m ntion in the Cerlomen Copifolinum (International Competition for Original latin composition); Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to th" faculty in 1954.

BRUCE WOODWARD FRIER NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS CLASSICS and HISTORY Atheneum Society, President; C.O.D.E.; Young Republicans, Vice-President; Jesters; Tripod; Political Science Club; Le Cercle Fran~ais; Fencing, Manager;

Prepared at St. Procopius College Academy.

ALBERT MERRIMAN , Auociate Professor of Classica l languages; B.A., M.A. Harvard , 1933, 1937; Phi Beta Kappa. Appoint"d to the faculty in 1948.

BARRY JOHN LEGHORN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT CLASSICS Basketball; Sigma Nu;

Prepared at Bulkeley High Schoof.

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ECONOMICS LAWRENCE WILLIAM TOWLE, G. Fox and Company Professor of Economics; B.A. Bow路 doin, 1924; M.A., Ph.O. Harvcrrd, 1927, 1932; Principal E<onomist, Oflke of Aliell Property Custodian, 1942-1943; Author of Time Deposits and lnfernotionol Trode ond Commer<ial Polity; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the fa<ulty in 1942 .

STEVEN ROBERT BRALOVE WASHINGTON, D.C. ECONOMICS Economics Club; Glee Club; Freshman Basketball; Theta Xi, President; Prepared at Sidwell Friends School.

ALAN NORMAN ANDERSON, JR. HINGHAM, MASSACHUSETIS ECONOMICS Economics Club; !e Cercle Fran~ais; Freshman Swimming; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Deerfield Academy. KENNETH RICHARD AUERBACH RYE, NEW YORK ECONOMICS Economics Club; Le Cercle Fron)ais; Young Democrats; Psychology Club; Golf; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Rye High School.


ROBERT AlDEN BATIIS, Au~iate Professor of Economics; B.S.B.A. Rutgers, 1948; M.A., Ph .D. New York, 1952, 1958; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1959.

WILLIAM MORTON BRANDT BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS Young Republicans; Political Science Club; Prepared at Bassick High Schoof.

WILLIAM FINCH CAMPBEll, JR. PHilADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA ECONOMICS Track; Football, Captain; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Springfield Township High Schoof.

LLIAM CORNELIUS DALEY, JR. CHAGRIN FAllS, OHIO ECONOMICS Economics Club; Young Republicans; Campus Chest; Wrestling Club; Track; Alpha Delta Phi, rreasurer; Prepared r;Jt The University School.

MICHAEL DEARINGTON DANIELSON, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS Jesters; Young Republicans; Economics Club; Freshman lacrosse; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at St. George's School.


WARD SCHENK CURRAN, Instructor in Economics ond George M. Ferris lee路 turer in Corporation Finance ond InvestMent$; B.A. Trinity, 1957; M.A., Ph.D. ColuMbia, 1958, 1961; Pi GamMa Mu; Appointed Ia the faculty in 1960.

ROBERT SCOTT GREGORY WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI ECONOMICS Atheneum Society, President; Cerberus; Senate; Junior Advisor; Freshman Track; Cross Country; Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Prepared at

Vashon-Maury Island High School.

MICHAEL GROSSMAN NEPONSIT, NEW YORK ECONOMICS Pi Gamma Mu; Hillel Club; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at Far Rockaway High School.

JONATHAN LEE HARING WILMETTE, ILLINOIS ECONOMICS Economics Club; Football; Fres!lman lacrosse; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared at

New Trier Township High School.

ALBERT DAVID HUTZLER, Ill PIKESVILLE, MARYLAND ECONOMICS

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Jesters; Freshman Swimming; Prepared at McDonough School .


GARY WILLARD McQUAID OCEANPORT, NEW JERSEY ECONOMICS I.F.C.; Secretory-Treasurer; Campus Chest; Economics Club; Soccer; Lacrosse; Sigma Na, President; Prepared at long Branch High School.

ROBERT HUFFMAN MITCHELL DAYTON, OHIO ECONOMICS Atheneum Society; C.O.D.E., Chairman; Freshman Track; Prepared at Oakwood High School.

FRED RAYMOND MILLER

JAMES ROBLEY MOOR, JR.

SCARSDALE, NEW YORK

WAYNE, PENNSYLVANIA

ECONOMICS

ECO OMICS

Economics Club; Le Cercle Fran,.ais; AFROTC Drill Team; Brownell Club, Treasurer; Prepared at

I. F.C.; Junior Advisor; Campus Chest; Freshman Trac ; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Prepared at

New Rochelle High School.

Conestoga High School.

THOMAS JOSEPH MONAHAN FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS Economics Club; Investment League; Young Republicans; Newman Club; Political Science Club; Freshman Soccer; Freshman Track; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Sterling School.

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BRUCE TRENCHARD KLEIN WAYZATA, MINNESOTA ECO OMICS Trinidods; Chanticleers; Glee Club; Freshman Octet; Acolyte; Economics Club; Delta Phi; Prepared at Minnetonka High School.

MICHAEL WORCESTER INGRAM SOMERS, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS WRTC; Track; Prepared at Loomis School.

LEROY DUNN , Assistant Profes路 sor of Economics; S.S. American University, 19-49; Ph .D. london, 1956; Forme rly lnstru<lor, Srown University, Research Assistant, london S<hoal of Economics, 1952-1955; Reseor<h Assistant, Board of Governors, Federal Re路 serve System, Washington, D.C., 1950-1955; Senior R uor<h Of. ficer, U.S. Treasury, 1962; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1957.

JOHN GIBSON MciNTIRE PH ILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA FRANKLIN WINFIELD McCANN

ECONOMICS

POUND RIDGE,

Economics Club; Young Republicans; Spanish Club; Freshman Football; Lacrosse; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Episcopal Academy.

EW YORK

ECONOMICS Economics Club; Campus Chest; freshman Lacrosse; Hockey; Alpha Delta Phi, Secretory; Prepared at Deerfield Academy.


RICHARD SCHEUCH, Associate Profeuor of Economics; A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Princeton, 1942, 1948, 1952; Teaching Assistant and Preceptor, Princeton, 1946路1950; Woodrow Wi lson fellow, 1946路1957; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1950.

BROOKS RIPLEY PALMER WASHINGTON, D.C. ECONOMICS Campus Chest; Economics Club; Soccer; Freshman lacrosse; Phi Kappa Psi ;

Prepared at St. Albans School.

JURI RANDMAA

RICHARD JARRETT RUSHMORE, JR.

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

FLORHAM PARK, NEW JERSEY

ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS

AFROTC Rifle Team; Freshman Basket路 ball; Siaman Nu; Prepared at Bulkeley

Atheneum, Treasurer; Spanish Club; Q.E.D.; Prepared at

High School .

Hanover Pork High School.

WILSON AllEN RILEY HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS Newman Club; Cross-c;ountry;, Track;

Prepared at Conard High School.


RANDAll WILLIAM TUCKER, Anociote Profeuor of Economic;o; B.A. Northeastern, 1939; M.B.A. Chicago, 1942; Pi Gommo Mu; Appoin ted to the foculty in 1946.

PETER JAY SCHAEFER STRAFFORD, PENNSYLVANIA ECONOMICS Medusa; F.E.C.; WRTC-FM; Junior Advisor; Economics Clu b, President; lacrosse; Freshman Football; Alpha Chi Rho, Vice-President; Prepared at Conestoga Sen io r High Schoof.

EDWARD RAYMOND SILANSKY WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT ECONOMICS Psi Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Economics Club; Delta Phi; Prepared at Wifliom Hofl High Schoof.

IAN ROGER SMITH ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND

JOSEPH JOHN SINICROPE

ECONOMICS

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

Senate; F.E.C.; Junior Advisor; AFROTC Drill Team; Cori nthian Yacht Club, SecretoryTreasurer; Swimming; Freshman locros.se; Theta Xi, VicePresident; Prepared ot Severn School.

ECONOMICS Newman Club; Band; Freshman lacrosse; Freshman Swimming, Manager; Sigma Nu; Prepared ot Bufkefey High School.

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LFRED STEEL, JR.

JEFFREY PAUL THOMASES

I LA DELPHIA, PENNSYLVAN lA

ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

ICS

ECONOMICS

us; Gamma Omicron Delta; FM; Young Republicans; Theta Xi; rr,•nn.r..n at St. Paul's School.

Soccer; Freshman Football; Freshman Track; Sigma Nu, Secretory; Prepared at Dwight Morrow High School.

THOMAS CRAIG STEVENS KEN ILWORTH, ILLIN OIS ECONOMICS Campus Chest; Economics Club; Tennis; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at New Trier High School.

JAMES SCOTT TWERDAHL BARRINGTON, ILLINOIS JAMES WARREN WIGHTMAN, ln~t ru ctor in Econo mics; &.S. Franklin & Marshall, 1954; M.A. Clark, 1956; For merly Teaching Fellow, Clark Univer· sity; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1961 .

ECONOMICS WRTC-FM, Producer; Archive, Business Manager; Cheerleader; Sports; AIESEC; Economics Club; Delta Phi, Treasurer; Prepared at

Barrington Consolidated School.

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fbducation ALEXANDER ANDERSON MACKIMMIE, JR., Professor of Education; B.A., M.A. Amherst, 1928, 1958; M.A. Boston Univ rsity, 1942; SupeNi sing Principal, Bulkeley High School (Hartford ), 1951 -1959; Assistant Superin1 ndent of Schools, Hartfo rd, 1959-1962; Appointed to the faculty in 1962.

JOSEPH DAVID LAWRENCE HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT EDUCATION

Newman Club; Baseball; Basketball; Brownell Club, Vice-President;

Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

RICHARD KNOWLES MORRIS, Associate Professor of Education; B.A. Trinity, 1940; M.A., Ph .D. Yale, 1949, 1951 ; Pi Gamma Mu . Appoinled to the faculty in 1951.

WILLIAM EDWARD BUCKLEY, lecture r in Education; B.A. Yal e, 1913; M.A., l .H.D. Trin ity, 1927, 1957; Mem ber, Boo rd of Edu~ot i on , Man路 ~ h ester, Connecticut; Retired History Teacher, Ha rtfo rd Public Hig h School; Appointed to the fac ulty in 1962.

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Engineering

Junior Advisor; Interfraternity Delta Phi Alpha; Baseball ; .D., President; Prepared at

EDWIN PACKARD NYf, Hollden Profeuor of Eng ineering ; B.S. New Hampshire, 1941; Sc.M. Harvard, 1947; Formerly o fo~u lty member ot Pennsylvania State University; Ph i Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sigma. Ap· pointed to the faculty in 1959.

Britain High School.

RICHARD THOMAS BROWN PROSPECT, CONNECTICUT ENGINEERING Glee Club; Delta Phi;

Prepared at Wilby High School.

LAURE T CHRISTOPHER DESCHAMPS STONE HARBOR, NEW JERSEY ENGINEERING Junior Advisor; Class SecretaryTreasurer; Freshman Soccer; Alpha Chi Rho, Vice-President; Prepared at

St. Andrew's School.

THEODORE ROBERT BLAKESLEE, II, Associate Profes· sor of Engi neeri ng ; B.S. in Naval Architecture and Ma rine Engineering, MossochuseH• Institute of Technology, 1945; M.S. in M«hanica l Engineering, lehigh, 1952; Faculty Member, lofoyeHe College, 1947-1950; Appointed to th e faculty in 1958.


KIAU MOl LOI SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA ENGINEERING International Student Organization, President; Sigma Nu; Prepared at St. Joseph's Institution.

JEFFERY FOSTER MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN ENGINEERING freshman lacrosse, Manager; Theta Xi; Prepared at Milwaukee Country Day School.

DONALD LEWIS MclAGAN MANCHESTER, CONNECTICUT ENGINEERING Junior Advisor; Glee Club; Chanticleers; Swimming; Phi Kappa Psi, VicePresident; Prepared at Manchester High School.

ROBS NICHOLS RUSSELL, Instructor in Engine ering; B.S. Trinity, 1960; B.S.E.E. Tri nity, 196 1; M.S. University of Illinois, 1963; Sigma Pi Sigma; Appointed to the faculty in 1963.

WENDELL EVERETT KRA FT, Au ociate Pro fes sor of Engineering o nd Assistant to the Presid en t; B.S. Un ited Stoles Nava l Acade my, 192~; M.S. Massa路 chusetts Institute of Te chnology, 1929; Re tired in 19.54 os a Captain in the United States Navy; Appointed to the facu lty in 1954.


AUGUST EDWARD SAPEGA, Auocioto Professor of Eng ineerin g; B.S. , M.S. Columbia, 1946, 1951 ; Appo inted to the faculty in 1951. 路

RONALD EDWARD YATES WARWICK, RHODE ISlAND ENGINEERING

Intramural Board; Basketball; Theta Xi; Prepared at Warwick Veterans Memorial High School.

ROBERT BENNETI SCHILPP GREENVIllE, SOUTH CAROliNA ENGINEERING

Senate; Cerberus; Junior Advisor; Trinidads; Track; Freshman Swimming; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Conestoga High Schoof.

CHARLES JOSEPH RONCAIOLI, JR. BRISTOL, CON ECTICUT MECHANICAL E GINEERING

G lee Club; Archive; Delta Phi; Prepared at Canton High School.

WILLIAM RUTHVEN SMITH , Ill, Instructor in Eng ineeri ng ; B.S. Trinity, 1956; B.E.E., M.S.E. George Washington, 1958, 1959; Sigmo Tou . Appointed Ia' th" faculty in 1961.


English FREDERICK LANDIS GWYNN, Jomes J. Goodwin Profeuor of English; A.8. Bowdoin , 1937; A.M., PII.D. Harvard, 1938 1942; Hos !ought ot Horvord, Penn Stole, ond University of Virginio; Author of Sturge Moore and the Li fe of Art; Co-author of The f iction of 1. D. Salinger; Co- ditor of The Cose for Poetry: A New Anthology and Faulkner in the University : Clou Conferences ol the University of Virginia; Editor of Colleg e English Mogozine, 1955-1960; Phi Seto Koppe; Appointed to the focu lty in 1958 .

WILLIAM BADEAU BRAGDON, Ill FANWOOD, NEW JERSEY ENGLISH WRTC-FM, Producer; Young Republicans; Theta Xi; Prepared of

Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School.

RICHARD ALBERT DeMONE QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS ENGLISH Junior Advisor; Jesters; Glee Club; Band ; Chapel Choir; Chanticleers; Delta Phi Alpha; Freshman Track; Q .E.D.; Prepared of Quincy High School.

TIMOTHY HEYWOOD CRAWFORD ESSEX, CONNECTICUT ENGLISH and PRE-MEDICAL Junior Advisor; Young Republicans; Outing Club; Football; St. Anthony Hall;

Prepared of Pomfret School. ALFRED CHRISTIAN BURFEIND PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY ENGLISH and RELIGION

Tripod, Editor; Glee Club; Choir; Chanticleers; Q .E.D.; Prepared at Plainfield High School.

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RICHARD PAUL BENTON, Anistont Profeuor of Engli1h; B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Johns Hopkins, 1952,

JOHN CHARLES DePREZ, JR.

1953, 1955; Appointed to the faculty in 1955.

SHELBYVILLE, INDIANA ENGLISH Outing Club; Football; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Culver Military Academy.

JOHN ARTHUR DANDO, Associate Professor of English; B.A., M.A. McGill, 1938, 1945; Appoint路 ed to the foculty in 1950.

GEOFFREY TAYLOR FREEMAN

DAVID HOLT GALATY

DOVER, MASSACHUSETTS

laGRANGE, ILLINOIS

ENGLISH and Fl E ARTS

ENGLISH

Cerberus, President; Senate; Ju nior Advisor; Medusa; Outing Club; Senior lay Reader; Hockey; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared of Pomfret School.

Prepared of Lyons Township High School.

WRTC -FM; Jesters; Track; Theta Xi;


GEORGE OOSKOW, Instructor in English; B.A. Columbia, 1957; M.A. Univetsity of Connecticut, 1959; Appointed to the faculty in 1963.

CHARLES FREDERICK HAMBLEN

DAVID BRUCE HARRISON

GALES FERRY, CONNECTICUT

QU EENS VILLAGE, NEW YORK

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

Glee Club; Chanticleers; Jesters; Prepared of Norwich Free Academy.

Archive, Associate Editor; Le Ce1cle Fran~ais; Prepared at Martin Van Buren High Schoo l.

WILBUR EVEREIT HAWTHORNE, JR. BURNT HILLS, NEW YORK ENGLISH

Jesters; Chapel Acolyte; Prepared at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School. ROBERT DANA FOULKE, Auistont Pro· lessor of Engli•h; A.B. Princeton, 1952; M.A., Ph .D. Minnesota, 1957, 1961; For· merly o member of the English Deport· m nl, University of Minnesota ; Fulbright S~holor, Univetsity of london, 19591960; Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to the faculty in 1961 .


WILliAM ARNOLD GLASSER, ln•lruclor in Eng li>h; B.A. Harpur Colt ge, 1957; M.A. University of Florida, 1959; Ap· pointed lo the faculty in 1963.

FREDERICK CHARLES HERDEEN HICKSVILLE, NEW YORK ENGLISH DAVID BENJAMIN HOROWITZ

WRTC-FM, Chief Announcer; Young Republicans; Phi Kappa Psi;

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

Prepared at Hicksville High School.

ENGLISH Span ish Club; Pol itical Science Club; Folksingers; Young Democrats; Prepared at James Hillhouse High School.

JOHN HAROLD HUTCHINS HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, NEW YORK ENGLISH

Tripod; Jesters; Young Republicans; Prepared at Hastings High School.

JOHN BARD McNULTY, Professor of English; B.S. Trinity, 1938; M.A. Columbia, 1939; Ph .D. Yale, 1944; A9poinled Ia the faculty in 1944.


GEORGE EMORY NICHOLS, Ill, Associ路 ate Professor of C>ramo; B.A., M.F.A. Yale, 1938, 1941; Appointed to the focully in 1950.

EDWARD EPHRIAM JENKINS, Ill CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY ENGLISH WRTC-FM; Phi Kappa Psi;

Prepared at Newark Academy.

DONALD HOLT LEVY NEW YORK, NEW YORK E GUSH Hillel; Le Cercle Fran~ais, Secretary; Football, Manager; Theta Xi;

Prepared at Gvnnery School. JOHN JUSTIN MOELING ARDEN, NORTH CAROLINA ENGLISH

Tripod; freshman Crew; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at Hebron Academy.

THOMAS PHELPS JONES, Ill KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE ENGLISH

Tripod, News Editor; Freshman Swimming; Soccer; Prepared at Governor Dvmmer Academy.

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JAMES LAIN POTTER, Assistant Professor of English; B.A., M.A. Wesleyan, 1944, 1946; Ph.D. Harvord, 1954; Appointed to the foculty in 1955.


DANIEL BOND RISDON , Associc>te Professor of English; B.A. Amherst, 1930; M.A. Trinity, 1938; M.A. Yole, 1947; Appointed to the faculty in 1947.

CHARLES GILBERT STORMS MIDLAND PARK, NEW JERSEY E GUSH JOHN RALPH PEARSON EVANSTON, ILLINOIS E G USH

Chanticleers, Director; Glee Club; Bond; Trinidads; Archive; Delta Phi, VicePresident; Prepared at Midland Pork High School.

Review, Managing Editor; Campus Chest; freshman Swimming; Crew; Theta Xi; Prepared at Evanston Township High School.

PAUL JAMES SMITH, J r., Assistant Professor of English; B.A., M.A. Rochester, 1950, 1951 ; Teaching Fellow in General Education and History and Literature, Horvord, 1956-1959; Appoin ted to the faculty in 1959.

CARL MICHAEL SOMMER NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT ENGLISH Freshman Baseba ll; Brownell Club; Prepared at Stonington High School

91


JOHN CORWIN EMERSON TAYLOR. Profeuor of Fine Arts; B.A., M.A. Yale, 1926, 1940; Attended the Acaclemie Julian, an ort school in Poris, 1926-1928; Member, ex officio, of Hartford's Fine Arts Commis路 sion; Formerly a teacher of Art ond French at the Lawrenceville School; Appointed to the faculty in 194 1.

STARR EDWARDS BRI

KERHOFF

LOCUST VALLEY, NEW YORK FINE ARTS Trinidads; Soccer; Squash; Psi Upsilon; Prepared al Choate School.

ALLAN SIMRALL ATHERTON LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

JAMES PINCKNEY BORDEN

FINE ARTS

MEDIA, PEN SYLVANIA

Folksingers; Prepared at

FINE ARTS and HISTORY

Lovisville Counlry Day School.

St. Anthony Hall;

Prepared ol Hill School.


STEPHEN MINOT, L cturer in English ; 8 .A. Harvard, 1953; M.A. Johns Hopkins, 1955; Formerly As.sista nt Professor of English, Bowdoin College; Appointed to the fa<ulty in 1959; on leave Trin ity Term 1964.

ALAN BAKER WALLACE EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS ENGLISH Political Science Club; Cross-country; Tennis; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer;

Prepared at Edwardsville High Schoo f.

DONATO AMEDEO STRAMMIELLO HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT ENGLISH Jesters, President; Ita lian Club, President; WRTC -FM; Newman Club; Philosophy Club; Review; Freshman Swimming; Alpha Chi Rho ; Prepared at

St. Thomas Seminary.

ROBERT VALENTINE VOORHEES BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA ENGLISH Cerberus; Delta Phi Alpha; German Club; Basketball; Baseball; Freshmon Soccer; Theta Xi; Prepa.red at Liberty

High Schoof.

RALPH MfHltN WILLI AMS, Professor of English ; S.A. Amherst, 1933; Ph .O. Yale, 1938; lnstrudor in Eng路 lish, Boston University, 193 8-1942; Instructor in Composition, Wellesley College, 1942-1946; Co-author of Private Charity in England, 1747-1757; Co-ed itor of The Correspondence of Horace Wo lpo/e and Henry lauch; Author of Poet, Painter, and Parson: The Life of John Dye r; Author of Phonetic Spelling for College Students; Ap pointed to the facul ty in 1946.


CHARLES BENNER FERGUSON, Instructor in Fine Arts; B.A. Williom>, 19-4 1; M.A. Trinity, 19.59; Studied ot The Art Student' s l e ogue, New York City; Appointed to the fo~ulty in 19.59.

JEROME MICHAEl LUTIN WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT FINE ARTS WRTC-FM; Hillel; Le Cercle Fran~ais; Prepared at Weaver High School.

W ILLIAM MINOT, JR. BOSTON, MASSACHUSETIS FINE ARTS Pipes; Corinthian Yacht Club; Campus Chest; Political Science Club; Young Republ icans; Psi Upsilon; Prepared at Milto n Academy.

THEODORE TYLER PETTUS ST. LOUIS, M ISSOURI ROBERT BRUCE MacDOUGALL

FINE ARTS and HISTORY

WASHINGTON, D.C.

WRTC-FM; Ivy; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared at Hun School.

FINE ARTS F.E.C.; Football; Baseball, Co-Captain; Theta Xi; Prepared at St. Albans School.


JON RAMSEY POWELL MEXICO CITY, MEXICO FINE ARTS Freshman Soccer; Phi Kappa Psi, President; Prepared at Gunnery School.

EDWARD PIERCE ROBERTS, JR. SOUTH HAMILTON, MASSACHUSETTS FINE ARTS and HISTORY

Tripod, Photography Editor; WRTC-FM; Freshman Soccer; Crew, President; Psi Upsilon; Prepared at Noble and Greenbough School.

DAVID HATHAWAY TOWER DARIEN, CONNECTICUT FINE ARTS Senate, General Chairman; F.E.C., Chairman; Freshman, Sophomore Class, President; Mother Hall Board of Governors; Committee of 100; Theta Xi, Vice-President; Prepared at

W illiston Academy.

MITCHEL NICHOLAS PAPPAS. Assod ate Professor of Fine Arts; B.F.A., M.F.A. Yale, 19.41 , 1947; President, New England lntercollegiote Golf Assa<iatian , 1960; Appointed to the facu lty in 1947 .


RANDOLPH WAllACE CHAPMAN, Ptalessor of Geology; B.S. New Hampshire, 1929; A.M., Ph .D. Harvard 1932, 193-4; Visiting Profeuor of Geology, University of Saint Andrews, Scotland and the University of Wales, 19-49-1950; Geolog ist with the United States Geological Survey, 1952-195-4; Visiting Professor of Geology, Universi ty of Libya, 19601961 ; Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Ph i, Sigma Pi Sigma; Appointed to the faculty in 1954.

THOMAS CARTWRIGHT MENTZER, lnolructor in Geology; A.B. Williams, 1956; M.S. lehigh, 1958; Graduate Aooistanl, Lehigh , 1957-1961 ; Sigma Xi ; Appointed to the focul ity in 1961.


RICHARD PIGEON BRAINARD WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT GOVERNMENT Young Republicans; Corinthian Yacht Club; Senior loy Reader; Freshman Squash; Freshman Lacrosse; Alpha Delta Phi, Secretory; Prepared a1 Deerfield

Academy.

RE'X CHARlTON NEAVUSON •. Assisto.nt Professor of Government; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Harvard, 1952, 1954, 1959; Pt Gamma Mu; Appointed ta the faculty in 1955.

BARRY WALLACE CHAMPANY WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT GOVERNMENT Political Science Club; Young Democrats; Le Cercle Franfais; Prepared at

Windsor High School.

ROBERT ANDREW FEINSCHREIBER BROOKLYN,

EW YORK

GOVERNMENT

Tripod; Hillel Society; Political Science Club : Economics Club; Philosophy Club; Archrve; Fencing; Prepared at Stuyvesant High School.


ALBERT lODEWIJK GASTMANN , Instructor in Government; B.A., M.A. Columbia, 1949, 1953; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1954 as on ln.structor in Modern languages; Member of the Government Department since 1961.

VINCENT FIORDALIS, II SHAKER HEIGHTS, OHIO GOVERNMENT Campus Chest; Jesters; Le Cercle Fronfois; Freshman Track; Football; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared of The University School.

CHRISTOPHER TAIT GILSON GENEVA, SWITZERLAND GOVERNMENT Cerber"!s; Campus Chest; Squash; lacrosse; St. Anthony Hall; Prepa red at Choate School.

CARL MICHAEL MALM NEW YORK, NEW YORK GOVERNMENT Corinthian Yacht Club; Review; Freshman Swimming; Freshman Track; Freshman Lacrosse; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared of Hebron Academy.

PAUL WALTER MEYER, lecturer in Government; B.A. Denve r, 1923; Foreign Servi'e Officer of the United Stoles, 1924路1 959; Appointed to the foe路 ulty in 1960.


LEON SAlOMON, Instructor in Government; B.A. Brooklyn, 1953; M.P.A. New York, 195.4; Formerly Lecturer in American Government and Politics, Brooklyn College; Appointed to the faculty in 1962.

JAMES CLARK ROWAN, JR. ABINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA GOVERNMENT

GILBERT LEE NELSON

Tripod, Business Manager; Cheerleaders; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer; Prepared at William Penn Charter School.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY GOVERNMENT

Senate; Political Science Club; Freshman Baseba ll; Football; Phi Kappa Psi ; Prepared at New Brunswick High School.

RICHARD BERNARD SCHIRO PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA GOVERNMENT

Medusa ; Senate, Vice-President; Junior Advisor; Pi Gamma Mu; Political Science Clu b, President; Theta Xi; Prepared at Cheltenham High School.

WILLIAM WOODRUFF NILES, Ill LAKEWOOD, COLORADO GOVERNMENT

Senate; F.E.C.; Secretory路 Treasurer of Freshman Closs; Cheerleaders; Gradu路 ation Committee; Committee of 100; Freshman Footboll; Swimming; Lacrosse; Alpha Chi Rho, Treasurer; Prepared at Holderfless School.


DANIEl GARRISON BRINTO THOMPSON, Northam Professor of History and Political Science; B.A. Pennsylvania, 1920; B.S. Mas路 sochusetts Institute of Technology, 1923; Ph .D. Columbia, 1945; Faculty member, Lafayette College, 1943-1 945; Author of Ruggles of New Yorlc and Gateway Ia a Noti on; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu ; Appoin ted to th" faculty in 1945.

WILLIAM HENRY AVERY, JR. WASHINGTON, D.C. HISTORY Football; St. Anthony Hall;

Prepared at Landon School.

JOHN KEITH BAILEY SARASOTA, FLORIDA HISTORY Young Republicans; Atheneum; WRTC-FM; Spanish Club; Delta Phi;

Prepared at Bolles School.

MICHAEL FRANCIS BOYLE PETER HOLLAND BOGERT

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

ORELAND, PENNSYlVANIA

HISTORY

HISTORY

You ng Democrats; Newman Club; Corinthian Yacht Club; Sports Car Club; Freshman Football; Freshman Tra<:k; Sigma Nu, Steward; Prepared at

Campus Chest; Outing Club; Economics Club; Spanish Club; Prepared at

Springfield Townsh ip Senior High School.

Bvlkefey High School.


RONALD EARL BRACKEn DECATUR, ILLINOIS HISTORY Cerberus; Junior Advisor; Bond; Track; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at Eisenhower High School.

PHILIP CHARLES FARWEll BANKWITZ, Associate Profe..or of HiJtory; A.B., A.M., Ph .D. Har'tord, 1947; 1948, 1952; Awarded Toppa11 Prize for doctora l di.Jertation, Weygond: A JliQgrophicol Study, at Harvard, 1952; Awarded Koren Prize for 8 Jt Article on french Hi•tory in North America, 1961 ; Grann for research and writing in Modern french history: American Philo>ophical Society (1 958·1959), Danforth Foundation (1961 ); Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1954.

JEFFREY HUNT BRASFIELD STATE

ISLA D, NEW YORK

HISTORY AFROTC Drill Team, Rifle Team; Soccer; Freshman Baseball; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepare d at Staten Island Academy.

HOWARD HAINES BROWN, Ill BRUCE DUNBAR BRIDEGROOM

SOUTH GLASTONBURY, CO NECTICUT

KE ILWORTH, ILLINOIS

HISTORY

HISTORY

Corinthian Yacht Club; International Student Organization; Prepared at Loomis.

Senate; Young Republicans; C.O.D.E., Treasurer; Campus Chest; Sports; International Student Organization; Spanish Club; Prepared at New Trier Township High School.


JEFFREY FRAZER CHANDOR FAR HILLS, NEW JERSEY HISTORY Economics Club; Track; Alpha Delta Phi;

Prepared at Saint Bernard's School.

CAL YIN WRIGHT DAIL, JR. DARIEN, CONNECTICUT HISTORY Political Scien ce Club; International Relations Club; Tripod; Prepared at Darrow School .

JOHN HORACE CHURCHMAN, JR. LAFAYETTE HILL, PENNSYLVANIA HISTORY Atheneum Society; C.O.O.E.; Pi Gamma Mu; Q .E.D.; Prepared at

JOHN PlAYER CROSBY NEW YORK, NEW YORK

William Penn Charter School. HISTORY Pi Gamma Mu; Senior lay Reader; Ivy, literary Editor; Spani sh Club; Squash, Captain; Lacrosse; Freshman Football ; Psi Upsilon; Prepared at

Groton School.

ROBERT CLIFFORD BLACK, Il l, Associate Professor of History; B.A. Williams, 1937; M.A. Unh•ersity of Den· ver, 1947; Ph .D. Columbia, 1951; Instructor, Renuelaer Polytechnic Institute, 1945·1948; Author of Jloi/roac/s 01 Tfte Confederacy; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1950.


MICHAEL WALTERS DOLS BALTIMORE, MARYLAND HISTORY Freshman Executive Council; Junior Advisor; Atheneum Society; Archive, Editor; Senior Loy Reader; Fencing; Delta Phi; Prepared at Baltimore

City eol/ege.

DOUGLAS WILLIAM EHRHARDT JACKSON HEIGHTS, NEW YORK HISTORY Intramural Board, President; Senior lay Reader; Delta Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Prepared at Trinity School.

WARD BURLESON EWING KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE HISTORY Vestry, Sen ior Warden; Chapel Cabinet; Christian Association; Se nate; Junior Advisor; Pi Ga mma Mu; Psi Chi; Swimming; Freshman Basketball; Delta Phi, Vice-President; Prepared at

Bearden High School.

KENNETH ElTON FISH, JR. WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND HISTORY and ENGLISH

MICHAEL ALEX FEIRSTEIN JAMAICA, NEW YORK

Cerberus; You ng Republicans, President; WRTC-FM; Mother Hall Boord of Governors; Jesters; l.e Cercle Franfois; Interfraternity Council; Freshman Swimming; Theta Xi; Prepared of

Warwick Veterans Memorial High School.

HISTORY Freshman Executive Council; Junior Advisor; Interfraternity Council; Wrestling Club; Alpha Delta Phi;

Prepared of Jamaica High School.

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DAVID A DREW HEMPHILL EVANSTOWN, ILLINOIS HISTORY Young Republicans; Corinthian Yacht Club; Campus Chest; Tennis, Co-Captain, 1963, Captain, 1964; Squash; Psi Upsilon; Prepared at Evanston

Township High School.

GEORGE BRINTON COOPER, Profenor of Hi$tory; B.A. Swarthmore, 1938; M.A., Ph .D. Yale, 1942, 1948; Vice Con$ul ond Politico! Analyst, United States Em路 bauy, london, 1944-1946; Managing Editor, Journal of British Studies; President, Hartford Board of Edu cation, 1961 ; Member of National Advisory Cancer Council since 1962; Phi 8eto Koppo, Pi Gommo Mu . Appointed to the f<!culty in 1941.

JOHN REED GORDON PITISBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA HISTORY Young Republicans; Spanish Club; Sports Cor Club; Freshman Soccer; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Shady Side Academy.

HARRISON HIBBERT HUNTOON PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND HISTORY WRTC-FM, Public Relations Director; Young Republicans; Campus Chest; Delta Phi; Prepared at Taft School.

CHARLES LEWIS GRANT WEST CALDWELL, NEW JERSEY HISTORY Young Republicans; Pipes and Drums; Prepared at Kearny High School.


JOH

CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY FRANCIS BRINTON JACOBS, II

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA

HISTORY

HISTORY

Pipes and Drums; AFROTC Drill Team, Commander; Vestry; Freshman Football; Freshman Crew; Phi Kappa Psi, Corresponding Secretory; Prepared at

AFROTC Drill Team, Rifle Team; Soccer; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared at

Woodrow Wilson High School.

Haverford School.

Freshman Handbock, Editor 1961;

EUGENE WOOD DAVIS, Professor of History; B.A. Texas, 1940; M.A. Horvo:rd, 1941; Ph.D. North Caroline, 1948; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1948 .

GEORGE ANDREW KELLNER NEW YORK, NEW YORK HISTORY Pi Ga mm a Mu; Senate; WRTC-FM; Corinthian Yacht Club; Atheneum; Tripod; Freshman Tennis; Freshman Squash; Wrestl ing Club; Psi Upsilon;

Prepared at Worcester Academy.

PETER KINZLER SCARSDALE, NEW YORK HISTORY

Tripod, Sports Editor; Hillel; Political Science Club; C.O.D.E.; Folksingers; Q.E.D., VicePresident; Prepared at Scarsdale High School.


JAMES ALAN LAPENN LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS HISTORY Junior Advisor; Political Science Club; Campus Chest; Hillel Society, VicePresident; F.E.C.; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretory; .Prepared at Lynn English High School.

DAVID EDWARD LADEWIG RIDGEFIELD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY Campus Chest; Psychology Club; Economics Club; Spanish Clu b; Freshman Basketball; Track; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Gunnery School.

ROBERT DOUGLAS LEONARD MANASQUAN, NEW JERSEY HISTORY Spanish Club; Young Republicans; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at

Manasquan High School.

WILLIAM JOHN LINN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY

Tripod; Newman Club; Prepared at Bvlkeley High School.

PETER FEARING MACKIE SUMMIT, NEW JERSEY HISTORY Senior Loy Reader; Glee Club; Crew; Freshman Soccer; Delta Kappa Epsilon;

Prepared at Hill School.

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TERRY OLE OULUNDSEN WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY MARTINUS HOFFMAN N ICKERSON

Football ; Lacross; Alpha Chi Rho;

Prepared at Loomis School.

OYSTER SAY, NEW YORK HISTORY

Tripod, Circu lation Manager; Atheneum; Freshman Squash; Freshman Football; Q.E.D., Prepared at Lawrenceville School.

PHILIP KINTNER, Assistant Profeuor of History; B.A. Woo•fer, 1950; M.A., Ph .D. Yole, 1952, 1958; IM!ruc· tor, Reed College, Oregon, 1957-1958; Danforth Focully Summer Research Gront, 1959; Pi Go mmo Mv, Ph i Alpho Theto; Appointed to the fotvlty in 195~.

KENNETH WAYNE PARSONS SAYVILLE, NEW YORK HISTORY

DAVID FINLAY PYLE

Vestry, Treasurer; Football; Baseba ll; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND

Sayville High School.

HISTORY Cerberus; Campus Chest, Treosurer; A IESEC, Vice-President; Ivy, Editor; Graduation Committee; Freshman Tenn is; St. Anthony Ha ll; Prepared at

Berkshire School.


CHRISTIAN KARL MESSENGER MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY HISTORY

Tripod; Theta Xi, CorrespQnding Secretary; Prepared at Columbia High School.

MICHAEL EDWARD McGURKIN WETHERSFIELD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY Newman Club, Vice-President; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at St. Thomas Seminary.

STERLING PILE MILLER JERICHO, NEW YORK HISTORY le Cercle Franfois; AIESEC; Outing Club; Campus Chest; Hockey; Crew; St. Anthony Hall; Pre-

pored at Hotchkiss School.

NORTON DOWNS, Asscxiate Professor of History; B.A., M.A., Ph .D. Pennsylvania, 1940, 1947, 1950; lecturer, Swarthmore, 1948; Editor of Basic Documents in Medieval History; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1950.

JOHN TOSH MORRIS, JR. SADDLE RIVER, NEW JERSEY HISTORY I.F.C.; Political Science Club; Young Democrats; Q.E.D.; Prepared at

Storm King School.


DANIEL ASHER SAKLAD BELMONT, MASSACHUSETIS HISTORY and PSYCHOLOGY Intramural Board; Campus Chest; Young Republicans; Political Science Club; Psychology Club; Lacrosse; Sigma Nu, Secretary, Treasurer; Prepared at Belmont High School.

FRED ERNEST SCHALTEGGER NEW MILFORD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY Political Science Club; Philosophy Club; Le Cercle Fransais; Young Republicans; Track; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at New Milford High School.

ROBERT CARl SCHWARTZ WEST HEMPSTEAD, NEW YORK HISTORY Mather Hall Boord of Governors; Atheneum Society, Vice-President; Hillel; Young Democrats; Prepared at West Hempstead High Schoof.

EDWARD WILliAM SlOAN, Ill, lnttructor in History; 8 .A., M.A. Yole University; M.A., Ph.D. Horvard University; Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to the faculty in 1963.

JOHN SNOWDEN STANLEY, JR. THOMAS JOHN SHORTELL HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND HISTORY

Young Democrats; Political Science Club; Swimming; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared ot

Pi Gamma Mu; Senate; Cerberus, Vice路 President; Junior Advisor; AIESEC, President; Pipes; Theta Xi; Prepared at

Bulkeley High School.

Gilman School.

HISTORY


CHARLES EDGER TODD EASTON, MARYLAND HISTORY WRTC -FM, Public Relations Director; Campus Chest, Chairman; Crew; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared ot

Shady Side Academy.

RICHARD BROOKS STOWELL BETHESDA, MARYLAND HISTORY Junior Advisor; Campus Chest; Jesters; Football; Freshman Swimming; Freshman Track; St. Anthony Hall;

Prepared at Landon School.

GLENN WEAVER, Associat~ Professor of History; AB . Catawba, 1941 ; B.D. Lancaster Seminary, 1944; M.A. Leh igh, 1947; A.M.. , Ph .D. Yale 1951 , 1953; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1947.

MICHAEL NORRIS TOUSEY DAVID WELLER TOMPKINS

PARK FOREST, ILLINOIS

SUFFIELD, CONNECTICUT

HISTORY

HISTORY

Ivy, Managing Editor; Archive, Assistant

WRTC-FM; Econom ics Club ; Spanish Club; Campus Chest; Soccer; Golf, Captain ; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared

ot Suffield Academy.

Editor; Junior Advisor; I.F.C.; Pi Gamma Mu; Freshman Tennis; Delta Phi, President;

Prepared at Rich Towns hip High Schoo l.


DAVID VINCENT WADSWORTH EAST CHATHAM, NEW YORK

KEITH STU ART WATSON

HISTORY

BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK

Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Prepared at

HISTORY

New Lebanon Central School.

Senate; Senior Closs, President; Cerberus, Secretory; Tripod, Sports Editor; Junior Advisor; Political Science Club; Pi Gamma Mu, President; Graduation Committee, Chairman; Theta Xi, President; Prepared at

Bronxville Senior School.

RICHARD HILTON TOWLE WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND HISTORY

l.f.C.; Young Repub licans; International Relations Club; Freshman Swimming; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at Warwick Veterans Memorial High School.

JOHN LEIGH WESTNEY, JR. NEW YORK, NEW YORK HISTORY WRTC-FM; G lee Club; Chapel Choir; Cheerleaders; Jesters; Delta Phi , President; Prepared at Riverdale Country School.

KENNETH MALCOLM W ll TSEK CRESTWOOD,

EW YORK

HISTORY

Tripod; Political Science Club; Campus Chest; Intramural Board ; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at Roosevelt High School.

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JOHN HAll WITHERINGTON, JR.

ARNOlD SETON WOOD, JR.

CRANFORD, NEW JERSEY

WINN ISQUAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE

HISTORY

H_ISTORY and ECONOMICS

Senate, Corresponding Secretary; Junior Advisor; Tripod; Vestry; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at

I.F .C., President; F.E.C.; Cerberus; Young Republicans; Economics Club, SecretoryTreasurer; Ivy, Sports Editor; Soccer; Hockey; Track; Alpha Chi Rho;

Cranford High Schoo f.

Prepared at Governor Dummer Academy.

THOMAS EDMUND W ILLEY, In 路 structor in Hi>tory; B.A. Butler, 1959; M.A. Yale, 1960; Auistant Instructor at Ya le 1961 路1 962; R.R. McCormick Fellow, 1960路 1962; T w Prize, Yale, 1960; Lecturer, Summer S.ssion 1 Butler,

1961 路1962; Appointed faculty in 1962 .

to

the

DAVID CLARK WOOLMAN PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND HISTORY C.O.D.E.; Track; Theta Xi; Prepared

at Classical High School.

MALCOLM SPRAGUE ZICKLER WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT HISTORY lacrosse; Hockey; Phi Kappa Psi;

Prepared at Mou nt Hermon Schoof. 112


ALLEN ADELSTEIN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT illel Society; Brownell Club; red at Conard High School .

GEORGE WILLIAM BOIS BLOOMFIELD, CONNECTICUT MATHEMATICS Political Science Club; Cross Country; Brownell Club; Prepared at Thomas Snell Weaver High School.

lAURENCE R. AlVAREZ, Instructor in Mathematics; B.S. University of the South, 1959; M.A. Yale <Jniversity, 1962; Appointed to the fo~ulty in 1963.

HE RY WEHRMAN HASLACH, JR. LAKE FOREST, IlliNOIS MATHEMATICS Freshman Executive Council; Jesters; Review, Business Manager; WRTC-FM; Psi Chi; Delta Phi; Prepared at Lake Forest High School.

HAROlD lAIRD DORWART, Seabury Profeuor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy; B.A. Wash· ington and Jefferson, 192-4; Ph.D. Yale, 1931; Has taught at Yole, William•, and Wa•hington and Jefferson; Phi Beta Kappo, Sigma Xi; Appointed to the faculty in 19-49.


MARJORIE VAN EENAM 8UTCHER, lecture in MathematiC$; B.A., M.A. University of Michigan, 1947, 1949, In· structor, University of Michigan, 1952· 1956; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappo Phi; Appointed to th faculty in 19.56.

WALTER JOHN KliMCZAK, Professor of Mathematics; B.S., M.A., Ph .D. Yale, 1937, 1939, 1948; Appointed to the faculty in 1951.

PETER KYLE HAYES WASHINGTON C.H., OHIO MATHEMATICS German Club; Prepared of

Washington High Schoof.

EDWARD JOHN MOSHER ROCHESTER, NEW YORK MATHEMATICS and PHYSICS Senate; Junior and Senior loy Reader; Acolyte; Bond, President; Sigma Pi Sigma; Q.E .D., Treasurer; Track; Cross-country; Prepared at West High School.

VICTOR MEYERS, Instructor in Mothematks; B.A. William• College; M.S. Trinity College; Member of American Mathematical Soci ty and Math.,mati<al Association of America; Appointed to the faculty in 1963.


MARIO JOSEPH POLIFERNO, Auhtont Profeuor of Mathematics; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Yale, 1952, 1954, 1958; Appointed to the faculty in 1958.

WILSON HENRY TAYLOR WINDSOR LOCKS, CONNECTICUT MATHEMATICS

Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa ;

Prepared at W indsor Locks High School. JAMES EDWARD TETRO BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT MATHEMATICS

Sand; Newman Club; Intramural Boord; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at

Bristol Central High School.

ROBERT ClARENCE STEWART, Anociote Profenor of Mathematics; B.A., M.A. Woshington ond Jefferson, 1942, 1944; M.A. Yole, 1948; Assistant in Instruction, Deportment of Mathematics, Yale, 1946-1950; Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to the faculty in 1950.

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• r EMMEl FINLAY WHITTLESEY, Auociote Profe uor of Mothemotics; A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Princeton, 1948, 1955, 1957; Ap· pointed to the foculty in 195-4.

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Modern Languages lOUIS HASTINGS NAYlOR, Professor of Modern languages; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. John• Hopkin>, 1917, 1922, 1923; fellow of the Belgian-American foundation , liege, Belgium, 1920-1921 ; fellow by Courtesy, John• Hopkin•, 1929-1930; Author of Choteaubriond ond Virgil; Phi Beta Kappa; Appointed to the faculty in 1923.

BERNARD ANDREW BARBER EW YORK, NEW YORK FRENCH Tripod; Young Republicans, C.O.D.E.; Le Cercfe Franfais; Hillel; Political Science Club; Q .E.D.; Prepared at Stuyvesant High School.

GUSTAVE WILLIAM ANDRIAN, Profeosor of Romance languages; B.A. Trinity, 1940; Ph .D. Johns Hopk ins, 19<16: Phi Beto Koppa; Appointed to the fa.,ulty in 1956.

JAMES DAVID CASSON HARWINTON, CONNECTICUT FRENCH le Cercle Fran;ais, President; WRTC-FM; Young Democrats; Delta Phi Alpha; Cross-country; Prepared at Torrington High School.

MICHAEl RICHARD CAMPO, Auociate Professor of Modern languages and Director of The Cesare Barbieri Center of Italian Studies; B.A. Trinity, 1948; M.A., Ph.D. Johns Hopkins, 1953, 1954; Editor of The Ce$ore Barbieri Courier; Pi Gommo Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1952.


HANS FRIEDRICH FRESE, Auodate Profeuor of Modern Lon· guages; B.S., M.A. New York University, 1933, 1935; Ph .D. Mar· burg, 1937; Appointed Ia the faculty in 1951.

JAMES LAIRD deVOU, JR. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA MODERN LA GUAGES Chanticleers; Glee Club; Le Cercle Fron~ois; Soccer, Captai n; lacrosse; Freshman Tennis; Freshman Squash; Theta Xi; Prepared at Toft School.

DONALD DWIGHT HOOK, Auistant Profenor of Modern Language•; B.A. Emery, 1950; M.A. Duke, 1957; Ph .D. Brown, 1961 ; Appointed to the faculty in 1961 .

JAMES ENRICO FERRARA TRENTON, NEW JERSEY MODERN and ROMANCE LANGUAGES Chapel Cabinet; International Student Organ ization; French Club; Spanish Club, President; Newman Club, President; Baseball, Manager; Theta Xi; Prepared of Sacred Heart High School.

CARL VICTOR HANSEN, Auoc iate Professor of Modern Len· guages; B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Yale, 1941, 1948, 1952; Assistant Prolesser of German, University of Rhode Island, 1953-1956; Fulbright Teacher Exchange Grant ta lnnsbruck, Austria , 19591960; Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha; Appointed to the faculty in 1956.


ARNOLD LEWIS KERSON, Instructor in Modern Longuoges; B.A. Yole, 1953; Appointed to the faculty in 1960.

HARRY DEL ANDREW PRATT BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MODERN LANGUAGES Pipes and Drums; AFROTC Drill Team; Fencing; Freshman Football; Freshman Golf; Prepared at Western Military

Academy.

EDWARD WEISER LANIUS, Instructor in Modern Languages; A.B. Dickinson College, 1957; M.A. Middlebury College, 1958; Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1964; French Government fellow, 1957-58; Appointed to the foculty in 1962.

CHARLES RONALD MATHER, JR. MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY SPANISH WRTC-FM; Freshman Lacrosse; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at Tabor Academy.

WALTER DAVID LEAVITT, Assodote Professor of Modern Longuoges; B.A. Boles, 1947; M.A., Ph .D. Yole, 1949, 1954; Appointed to the faculty in 1949.


LAWRENCE ROBERT STIRES, JR ., Instructor in Modern languages; A.B. Rutgers, 1952; M.A. Duke, 1957; Appointed to the faculty in 1960.

RONALD JOSEPH QUIRK FORESTVILLE, CONNECTICUT MODERN LANGUAGES

Spanish Club; Newman Club; Phi Seta Kappa; Prepared at St. Anthony High School.

JAMES ANDREW VACCARO, Inst ructor in Mod ern languages; B.A. University of ArkanJos; Un iversity of Paris; Yale University; M.A. University of W isconsin; Appointed to the f~culty 1963.

ROBERT PALMER WATERMAN , Associate Professor of Modern languages; B.A., M.A., Trinity, 1934; Ph.D. Yale, 1948; Taught at Amherst, 1938-1944; Editor (in collaboration) of Bibliography of Critical and Biographical References for the Sludy of Conlemporory French lileroture; Appointed to the faculty in 1936.

CHARLES DANA WHITE NEW CANAAN, CONNECTICUT MODERN LA GUAGES

Gamma Omicron Delta; WRTC-FM; Young Republicans; Le Cercle Fran~ais; Theta Xi; Prepared at Millbrook Schoof.


CLARENCE EVERETT WATTERS, Professor of Music; O rgan ist a nd Choirmaster of the Chopel; Mus .M. Trinity, 193.5; Stud ied music in Pa ris with Marcel Dup re; Fellow, American Guild of Organ路 isis; Appointed to the faculty in 1932.

CHARLES TAPPAN FRANCIS DOVER, MASSACHUSETTS MUSIC Pipes, Director; Campus Chest; St. Anthony Hall;

Prepared at Milton Academy.

ANDREW CURTIS MERRYMAN, IV OAKLAND, CALI FORNIA MUSIC and HISTORY JAMES NOEL GRENHART HADDON HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY

G lee Club; Choir; Young Democrats;

Prepared at Lick-Wilmerding High School.

MUSIC and ENGLISH Carrilloneurs; Student Chapel Organist; Chapel Choir, Assistant Choirmaster; Glee Club, President; Prepared at

Audubon High School.

CLARENCE HOWARD BARBER, Associate Professor o f Mu sic; B.A., M.A., Ph .D. HoNord, 1940, 1942, 1954; Phi Bela Kappa; Appoin ted to the fa culty in 1954.


Physics RONALD VALERIAN BOSCH NEW BRIT A IN, CONNECTICUT INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE WRTC -FM; Band, Business Manager; Track, Assistant Manager; Q .E.D., Duke; Prepared at New Britain Senior

High School.

GEORGE ANTHONY GUILIANO HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE Young Democrats; Football; lacrosse; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Hartford Public High Schoo/.

ROBERT CARMI MILLER, JR. ELGIN, ILLINOIS PHYSICS Medusa; Senate; Cerberus; F.E.C. ; Junior Advisor; Soccer; Tennis; Theta Xi ;

Prepared at Elgin High School.

FRANK WOOOBRIOGE CONSTANT, Jarvis Professor of Physics; 8.$. Pri~ceton, 1925; Ph .D. Yale, 1928; Taught ot Duke University from 1930 to 1933 ond from 1934 to 1946; Fellow, American Physical Society; Ptli .Beta Koppo, Sigma Xi, Sigma Pi Sigma; Appointed to the faculty in 1946.

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BRYAN ANTHO N Y M ARMESH

Philosophy

AUSTIN, MINNESO TA PHILOSO PHY

Band; Philosophy Club; Freshman Track; Football; lacrosse; Alpha Delta Phi, President; Prepared at Shattuck Military Academy.

MYRON GEORGE ANDERSON, Assist路 ant Professor of Philosophy; B.A., M.A. Minnesota, 19.51, 19.54; Ph.D. Brown, 1959; Phi Beta Koppo; Appointed to the faculty in 1956.

BLANCHARD WILLIAM MEANS, Brownell Professor of Phi losophy; B.A., Ph .D. Yale, 1927, 1932; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gommo Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 1932.

RICHARD THOMPSON LEE, Instructor in Philosophy; B.A. Emory, 19.58; M.A. Yale, 1960; Ph.D. Yale, 1962; Phi Beta Kappa; Appoin ted to the faculty in 1962 .

HOWARD DelONG, Assisto.nt Professor of Phi losophy; B.A. Williams, 19.57; Ph .D. Princeton, 1960; Phi Beta Koppo; Appointed to the faculty in 1960.

JESSE JAY WELLEN BRENTWOOD, NEW YORK PHILOSOPHY

Philosophy Club; Basketball; Track; Prepared at Brentwood High School.


ZIGMOND FRANK PABICH HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE ewman Club; Football; Track; Sigma u;

Prepared al Bulkeley High School .

ALBERT JOSEPH HOWARD, JR., Aniltant Professor of Physics; B.S., M.S. Yale, 1958, 1959; Formerly Assistant in Reseanh, Yale; Appointed to the facu lty in 1962.

ROBERT FREEMAN KINGSBURY, Associate Professor of Physks; B.S. Bowdoin, 1934; M.S. Carnell, 1939; Ph.D. Pennsylvania, 1956; Appoin ted to the faculty in 1950.

JAMES ARTHUR RATCHES HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT PHYSICS Newman Club; Brownell Club; Prepared at Hortford Public High School.

DONALD LINN SCHWENNESEN CRYSTAl LAKE, ILLI NO IS I TERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE Cheerleaders; G lee Club; freshman Track; Delta Phi; Prepored ot

Haverford School.

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LAWRENCE J. SILVER HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT INTERDEPARTMENTAl SCIENCE Freshman Football, Captain; Freshman lacrosse; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Weaver

High School.

ROBERT liNDSAY, Aucxiote Professor of Physics; Sc. B. Brown, 19-47; M.A., Ph .O. Rice, 19-49, 195 1; Sigma Xi; Appointed to th e faculty in 1956.

ROBERT KARCH WENGER THOMAS SMITH WADLOW, JR. GROTO , CONNECTICUT PHYSICS WRTC-FM, Business Manager; Sigma Pi Sigma; Freshman Football; Phi Kappa Psi; Prepared at Governor Dummer

WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT INTERDEPARTMENTAL SCIENCE AFROTC Rifle Tearn; Brownell;

Prepared at Conard High School.

Acodemy.

CHARLES ROBERT MILLER, Assistant Professor of Physics; B.S., Ph .D. Ca lifornia Institute of Tech 路 nolagy, 1952, 1962; Appoin ted to the faculty in 1961 .


Psychology MAURICE CURTIS LANGHOR E,. Professor of P>ychology; A.B., M.A. Washington and lee 1925, 1926; Ph.D. Oh io State, 1932; Faculty member, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1926-19.'59; Phi Beta Ke~ppCI, Sigma Xi, Psi Chi; Appointed to the faculty in 1959.

MICHAEL PHINEAS ANDERSON HOLLYWOOD, CAliFORNIA PSYCHOLOGY Medusa; Senate, Recording Secretary, President; Junior Closs, SecretaryTreasurer; Junior Advisor; Sports, President; International Students' Organization; Sigma Nu, Vice-President; Prepared of Trin ity School.

WilliAM WHITEHEAD BURNHAM SOUTHBURY, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOlOGY WRTC-FM; Young Republicans; AFROTC Dril l Team; Theta Xi; Prepared at St. Paul's School.

JOHN NELSON FENRICH SOUTH ORANGE, NEW JERSEY PSYCHOLOGY Freshman Executive Council; Basketball, Captain; Football; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Columbia High School. 125


GEO~GE

C. HIGGINS, JR., Instructor in Psychology o nd College Cou nselor; B.A. Amhetst, 1959; Ph .D. Univer1ity of R~h ester, 1964; Appointed to the focuhy 1963.

SANFORD A. FIDELL WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY WRTC-FM; Tripod; Prepared at

Staples High School.

LAWRENCE STEARNS JAMES, II GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY WRTC-FM; Senior Lay Reader; Chapel Cabinet; Christia n Association; Archive; Psychology Club; te Cerde Fronfais; You ng Republicans; Pi Kappa Alpha; Prepared at New Rochelle Academy.

ALDEN RALPH GARDNER ATILEBORO fALLS, MASSACHUSETTS PSYCHOLOGY Glee Club; Jesters; Young Republicans; Junior lay Reader; Track; Cross Country, Captain; Q .E.D.; Prepared at North

Attleboro High School. RICHARD CARTER HALLOWELL NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS PSYCHOLOGY Psychology Club; Band; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Prepared at Oliver Ames High School.

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JOHN PAUL KADLIC BELLE MEAD, NEW JERSEY

AUSTIN CLAUD HERSCH8ERGER, Auistant Profenor of Psychology; B.S. Columbia, 194$; M.S., Ph .D. Illi nois, 1950, 195S; Assi stant Professor, Ken yon College, 19.5.5-1960; Sigmo Xi, Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi; Appointed to the faculty in 1960.

PSYCHOLOGY Newma n Club; Spanish Club; Football; Lacrosse, Captain; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Hun School.

PETER DUNLOPP ORR AMSTERDAM, NEW YORK PSYCHOLOGY

THOMAS BOYD McKUNE

Glee Club; Psi Chi; Delta Phi Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Kappa Alpha ; Prepared at W ilbur Lynch Sen ior High School.

PEORIA, ILLI NOIS PSYCHOLOGY Medusa; Senate; I.F.C.; F.E.C.; Cerberus; Graduation Committee; Psi Chi, President; Football ; Basketball; St. A nthony Hall; Prepared at Richwoods Commun ity High School.

JAMES JOHN PETROVITS TORRINGTON, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY Delta Phi; Prepared at Torrington High School.

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GEORGE FITZRANDOLPH PLASS, JR. RIVERSIDE, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY Spanish Club; Ju nior Loy Reader; Soccer; Lacrosse; Theta Xi; Prepared at Governor Dummer Academy.

ARTHUR JAMES QUERIDO HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY Newman Club, President; AFROTC Drill Team; Chapel Cabinet; Browne ll Club; Prepared at Hart-

ford Public High School.

ROBERT DALE MEADE, Assodote Professor of Psy路 chology; A. B. Indi a na Univarsity, 1950; A.M., Ph.D. Pennsylvan ia , 1952, 1956; Con5ulti ng Ed itor, Canadian Journal of Ps ychology; Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Xi, Psi Chi; Appointed to the facu lty in 1955.

RICHARD JOSEPH RAV IZZA WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOlOGY Soccer; Track, Captain; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared

at Conard High School . 128


WILLIAM SIDNEY RICHARDS YALESVILLE, CONNECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY Glee Club; Pipes; Choir; Prepared at lyman High School .

SAMUEL ROBERT RIMER MARBLEHEAD, MASSACHUSETTS PSYCHOLOGY Closs, Secretory-Treasurer, 1963-64; Intramural Board; Graduation Committee; Alpha Chi Rho

Prepared at Governor Dummer Academy.

THOMAS WESLEY SINGlETON CANTERBURY, CO NECTICUT PSYCHOLOGY Sports Cor Club; Psychology Club; Freshman Baseba ll; Freshman Basketball; Theta Xi;

Prepared at Killin gly High School .

OTTO ZINSER JOHN ERNEST ZEISSIG

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

MOUNTAINSIDE, NEW JERSEY

PSYCHOlOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

Ju ni or Advisor; International Students Organ ization; Christ ian Associa tion; Psychology Club; Brownell Club;

Psi Chi, Secretary; Prepared at New Hampton School.

Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

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DOUGLAS WHEELOCK CRAIG NEW ROCHELLE, NEW YORK RELIGION Tripod; Jesters; Corinthian Yacht Club; Young Republicans; Freshman Squash; Swimming; St. Anthony Hall; Prepared at New Rochelle High Schoo].

EDWIN MICHAEL HElD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RELIGIO~

Acolytes; Choir; French Club; WRTC-FM, Station Manager; Prepared at

EDMOND loBEAUME CHERBONIER, Profeuor of Reli gion; B.A. Harvard, 1939; B.D. Union Theologicol, 1947; B.A., M.A. Combridge, 1948, 1952; Ph .D. Columbia, 1951 ; D.O. Vermont, 1959; Assistant Profeuor, Auociate Professor of Reli gion, Batnard College and lecturer, Union Theological Sem路 inary, 1951路1955; Author of Hardneu ol Hearl and The Broken Covenant; Appointed to the faculty in 1955.

London School.

ROBERT FRED BERKEY, lecturer in Rel igion; A.B. Otterbein, 1955; B.D. Oberlin Graduate Sehool of Theology, 1955; S.T.M. Oberlin, 1956; Ph .D. Hartford Seminary Foundation, 19.58; Appointed to the faculty in 1963.

WILLIAM JAMES BARNES, Ill WILMINGTON, DELAWARE RELIGION

Tripod; Delta Kappa Epsilon, VicePresident; Prepared at Alexis I. duPont High School.

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JOHN MORTIMER HELDT WOODMERE, NEW YORK RELIGION Philosophy Club; Psychology Club;

Le Cercle Fran5ais; Tripod; Prepared ot Sterling School.

WilliAM lEE BRADlEY, le<turer in Religion; B.A. Oberlin, 1941; Ph.D. Edinbu rgh, 1949; 8.D. Andover Newton Theologica l, 1950; Appointed to the facu lty in 1963.

STEPHEN DECATUR CRITES, lecturer in Religion; B.A. Ohio Wesleyan, 1953; B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Ya le, 1956, 1959, 1961.

ROBERT WILLIAM HEVNER

FRA K GLOYD KIRKPATRICK

GLADWYNE, PENNSYLVANIA

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA

RELIGION

RELIGION

Ju nior a nd Senior loy-Reader; Swimming; Cheerleading, Captain; Theta Xi;

Junior Advisor; Jesters; Vestry; Chanticleers; Delta Phi, Corresponding Secretary; Prepared ol Charleston

Prepared at Harriton High School.

High School .

THEOOOR MARCUS MAUCH, Associate Professor of Religion; A.B. Elmhurst, 1943; 8.D., S.T.M., Th.O. Union Theological, 1946, 1947, 1958; Taught at Wellesley ColI g , 1950-1956; Author or article> in The Interpreter's Dictionary of the Sible; Appointed to the faculty in 1957.


WILLIAM RICHARD KORETZ HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS RELIGION Swimming, Captain; Phi Kappa Psi;

Prepared at Highland Park High School.

CHARLES FREEMAN SLEEPER, Instructor in Relig ion; B.A. Colby, 1954; B.D. Yale Divini ty, 195B; Ph .D. Va nd e rbilt, 1963; Studied at Vanderbilt University Graduate School, 1958-1 96 1; Phi Be ta Koppo, Pi Gommo Mu; Appointed to the foculty in 1961.

FRANCIS BARING PECKHAM, JR. RIDGEFIELD, CONNECTICUT RELIGION lacrosse; Freshman Baseball; Theta Xi; Prepared at Phillips

Andover Academy.

ROBERT AC HESON SPENCER PITTSBURGH, PE NSYLVANIA RELIGION Campus Chest, Canvassing Chair路 man; Young Republicans; Pol itical Science Club; Theta Xi; Prepared

at Berkshire School .


ALBERT CREIGHTON WILLIAMS 1942-1964


SENATE. First row : Ewing, Schiro, Anderson (President),

Potlerveld, Witherington, Parsons. Second row: Gregory, Martire, Davison, Swander, Mosher. Third row: Hourihan, Kellner, Huskins. Standing: Bridegroom, Clark, Schilpp, Freeman, Tower, Mason, Nelson.


PHI BETA KAPPA. First row: Demone, Riley, Brown, Bene1t, Frier, McNeil. Second row: Casson, Grossman, Quirk. Third row: Churchman, Coulson, lapenn, Mosher.


JUNIOR ADVISORS. First Ellwood, Campbell, Joy, Sevin, Liebowitz. Second row: Graybill, Galvin, Gonn, Carlson, Swander, Coale, Chapin, Garson, Lynch, Roosevelt, Makin, Losse, Meek, Parsons. Third row: McCalmont, Cla rk, Beckett, Hoffman, Hopkins, Kelsey, Simonian, Fairfield, Davison, Cooper. row:

MEDUSA. McKune, Freeman, Miller, Anderson, Schi ro, Schaefer, Martire.

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Atheneum

Cari f/oneur~


:Jred~man

Gxeculive Council


!Jnte,.national Student Q,.ganization


Gconomic6

Cfub

J./i//e/ ~oundalion


7}oung ::lJemocral~


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RAYMOND OOSTING, Professor of Pllysi Education and Director of Atllletics; BP.E., M.Ed . Springfield, 1924, 1931; President, National Association of College Basketball Cooclles, 1956-1957; Member, National Basketball Rul es Com mittee; Selected as Athletic Consultant far United States Army, Navy o"fld Air force dinics in the Philippines and Japan in 1945, and in Hawaii a nd Japon in 1953, 19:56 and 19:57; Appointed to the faculty in 1924.

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ROBERT ElliS SHUlTS, Auistont Profes~r of PhysicQI EducQtion; B.A. Oberlin, 1951; M. E. Bawli ng Green , 1957; Instructor of Physical Edvcolian, Oberlin, 1955-1956; Ap pointed to the faculty in 1957.

FRANK MARCHESE, Equipment MQnager.

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FOOTBALL

Firs! row: Fenrich, f iordolis, Avery, McKune, Haring, McDougall, Campbell, Kodlic, Crawford, Pabich, Oulandsen, Slaughter. Second row: Kurth , Jeuee, Prillaman, Parsons, Clark, Kolewe, Yavinsky, Hokpins, Williams, Huskins, Difazio, Oldershaw, 8ornard, Pagnoni, McWillia ms, McPhee. Third row: lgou, Reydel, Doll, Cooper, Riuel, Ross, Kelley, Kilgore, Bru ndage, Doll, Weeks, Andrews, Dawes, leach, Vogel, Ho uri路 ho:n, Mason.

Trinity Opponent Will iams 27 0 St. Lawrence 27 13 Tufts 28 14 Colby 7 24 Susquehanna 0 41 Coast Guard 20 45 Amherst 7 28 Wesleyan 6 46 Won 3 Lost 5 Coach: Don Jessee Captain: Will iam Campbe ll

DANIEL EDWA RD JE SSEE, Profeuor of Physical Education; B.A. Pacific, 1926; M.A. Columbia, 1931 ; Author of Baseball; Ph i Delta Kappa ; Appointed to the faculty in 1932.


Hindsight reminds us of the eight returning lettermen,

a mediocre crop of Sophomores,

and a demanding schedule

as the season started.


Aggressive running,

At first, all signs pointed to a brilliant season.


. . . accurate

passing,

and crisp tackling,

provided for early season victories over Williams, St. lawrence, and Tufts.


We were ripe for defeat.

Expecting great things the team was not capable of, we turned in erratic performances.


Gone were the unbeaten dreams. What was left was . . .


. . . disaster.

And yet some people would have said the season was not a total loss.

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... and being more than a collection of individual stars, the team developed into a cohesive unit,

doing a masterful job of dribbling,

controlling the ball, and . . .


First row: Fa irfield, Lozzerini, Jacobs, Josep hson, Markovich, Ochs, Seddon, Earnshaw, Cooley, Sgoutos . Second row; Triblen, Swander, DeVou, Salah, Riviua, Everts, Plan, Rimer, Doth . Third row: Anderson, Palmer, Conltell, Sturoc , Brasfield, Doerge, Tompkins, Schweitzer.

With a tremendous amount of material . . .

ROY ALFRED OATH, Anociote Professor of Physico! Ed uca tion; B.S. West Chesler Stole Teachers, 1951; M.A. Trinity, 1956; Member, Pan American and United States Olympic Soccer Com 路 mittee; Appointed to the faculty in 1952.

Trinity

M.I.T.

4

Oppo ne nt 1 2

Un iv . o f Mo ss. Tufts W illi ams Amherst Coast Gua rd W esleyan

5

3

2 2

1 2

0

4 0 0

Un iv o f Hartford

Won 7

6

4

l ost 1

Tied 1

Coach: Ro y Doth Capta in: Jame s d e Vo u

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. . . shooting accurately.


It was a very successful season-

losing only to Amherst. The team's final victory over a powerfu l Wes leyan contingent put us in a good position for a spot in the NCAA Tournament.


First row: Martin, Charlesworth , Jockson, Scheinberg , Emmett, Sommer. Seconcf row: White, Bornemann, Brewer, Cossow, Boke r. Third row: Smith, Moshe r, Povlich , Gotd ne r, Chopin.

Trinity 41 Coast Guard Univ. of Hartford 28 Central Connecticut 33 Worcester Tech 38 Amherst 38 Amherst Frosh 18 Manchester H. S. 15 Hartford Track Club 21 Won 5 Lost 3 Coach : Wi lliam Smith, Ill Capta in: Allen Gardner

Opponent 20 29 22 31 61 39 44 36


First row : Bremer, Schweitzer, Rissel, Fenrith , Hourihan, Kelly, Wellen . Setond row: Gonn, Uphoff, landis, Morine, Koehn, Swander, Kodyk, Belfiore, leghorn, Gish, McWilliams.

M.I.T. Middlebury Williams Clark Coast Guard Harvard Tufts R.P.I. Amherst U. of Ha rtford

Trinity 81 83 63 82 85

Opponent 82

74

72 71 44 77 66

70 81 61 61

47 53 80

74

Brandeis Bowdoin Wesleyan Colby Kings Point Coast Guard Worcester Tech Union Wes leyan

Trinity 81 85

Opponent 70

65

57

62

84 67 79 85 86 68

75 59 77 62 60

65

Won 14 lost 5 Coach: Jay McWilliams Captain: John Fenrich

CHARLES JAY McWILLIAMS, Auistont Professor of PhysicCJI Education; B.S. Pennsylvania Stole, 1937; M.P.E. Springfield, 1947; formerly o faculty member at Alfred University; Vice President, New England Basketball Coaches Association; Alpha lou DeltCJ; Appointed to the fCJculty in 1957.

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It was one of those years of optimism and potential, . . . 169


. .. of moving the ball around and working to set up . . .

170


. . . shots for a very capable collection of scorers.


While fighting more fiercely than Harvard,

and boasting the most prol ific scorer in Trinity's history,

an aggressive and determined team finished the season strongly.


Fron t row :

Depree, Pra tt, Dolls, Smith . Bark r ow: Hoff, Melchior, Toylor, White, Wood, Houser.

Trin ity 16 Pace M.I.T. 14 14 Brooklyn Harvard 10 Br andeis 19 Bradford Durfee 20 16 Holy Cross Won 6 lost 1 Coach : Kendall Shalier Captain: Thomas Tay lor

Opponent 11 13 13

17 8 7 11


Finl row : Bird, Millar, Sulkowski, Hart, Williams. Second row: Strohmeier, Hargrove, Goodyear, Studds, Twining, Dela nd, Sn edeker, Mason, Sulkowski, V., Burt, Birnkammer.

Trinity Opponent 2 M.I.T. 4 Coast Guard 12 3 8 W.P.I. 5 2 6 Wesleyan Hobart 5 3 1 9 Amherst 8 4 Wesleyan lost 4 Won 3 Coach: J. Penn Ha rgrove


Hockey at Trinity is an informal sport,

with an informal schedule,

with an inform a I record.

,.


. . . lacking in overall strength,

we had a disappointing season despite some brilliant individual performances.

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First row: Hevner, Koretz, Mclogon , Slaughter.

Trinity 31 R.P.I. 58 Wo rceste r Tech 60 Coast Guard 22 Springfi eld 68 Tufts 45 Bowdoin 41 M.I.T. 35 Amherst 40 Union 35 Wes leyan lost 7 Won 3 Coac h: Robert Slaug hter Captain: Will iam Koretz

Opponent 64 37 35 73 27 50 54 60 55 51

Undermanned and . . .

ROBERT DENNIS SLAUGHTER, Asshtont Professor of Physical Education ; B.S., M.S.Ed . Springfield , 1948. 1952; President, New England College Swimming Coaches Assodotion, 1957; Registered Physical Therapist in Connecticut; Appointed to the faculty in 1951.

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SQUASH

first row : Zimmermon, He mphill, Bigelow, Crosby.

Second ro w : Doth, And rews, Ml nol, Hopkins, Rorer,

Ounhom .

Trinity 2 Univ. of Toronto Navy 3 Yale 3 Wesleyan 3 W ill iams 3 Army 0 Amherst 9 Fordham 9 Seton Ha ll 4 Wesleyan M.I.T. 5 Won 3 lost 8 Coach: Roy Oath Captain: J . Player Crosby

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Opponent

7 6 6 6 6 9 8

0 0 5 4


First row : Chotkowski, Shea, Shipman, McNeil , MacOaugall , Ochs, Cavanaugh . Second row: Jessee, Lowenthal, Ou nn, lonerini, Moonves, Schweitzer, Selfiare, Saulinger, Hourihan .

The Mets play it, Trinity Opponent Ya le 8 9 Bowdoin 2 9 Coast Guard Cancelled Univ. of Moss. 4 3 Springfie ld 0 15 Amherst 7 4 W ill iams 9 0 Coast Guard 9 4 Wesleyan 1 3 M.LT. 4 0 Tufts 3 5 A. I. C. 3 Worcester Tech 7 1 Wes leyan 6 3 Won 8 lost 5 Coach: Dan Jessee Captains: Bruce MacDougall & Chris McNeil

so do we.


Being green and inexperienced, we started off slowly.

Yet with seasoning, our team of seven sophomores scored upsets over formidable opposition.


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Fordham & St. Joseph : Th ird place. President' s Reg a tta : Fourth place . Rusty Callow Regatta : Second place. Dod Va il Regatta : No place. Con n. Regatta : Second place.

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President's Regatta: First place . Rusty Callow Regatta: First place. Dod Va il Regatta: Fourth place. Conn . Regatta: Second place.

So rtorious, VanSciver, Scott, f iordolis, Miller, Gunther, MacPherson, Biâ&#x20AC;˘hop. Kneeling: Diamant.


Crew at Trinity is, for those who row, to practice before breakfast, . . .


. . . and for those who watch, to en1oy it after lunch.


Lelt to right: Hurwitz , Ja ege r, Zim mermann , R., Tompkins, Ross, Pappas, Zimmerma n, P., Wi therwax, &eers.

Trinity Worcester Tech 4 M. I. T. 7 W ill iams 4% Amherst 2 Univ. of Mass. 3 Rhode Island 2 Univ. of Hartford 3 Wesleyan 4% Springfield 3 A.I.C. 4 Babson Institute 5 Won 6 Lost 5 Coach: Mitch Pappas Captain : Paul Zimmerman

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First row: Reyclel, Whitemore, Parsons, Krisiloff, Mcintire, Ploss, Dawes, Hortman, McPhee . Second row : S<hwa rtzma", Gregg, Hurloc Williams, lgov, Seddon, Hus ins, Ou landsen, Phelps, S<hoefer, Brown , Kodlic, Barker, Kelly, Hopkins, Barnard, Searle!!, LaSelle, Tr ue , Gall.

CHESTER HERMAN McPHEE, Assistant Professor of Physica l Ed路 ucatian ; B.A. Oberlin, 1951 ; M.A. Ohio State, 1957; President, New England Lacrosse Cooches Association ; Member N.C.A.A. lacrosse Rules Committ e; Appointed to the faculty in 1957.

Trinity Opponent Union 10 5 Amherst 3 8 Worcester Tech 5 9 Univ. of Mass . 6 11 Tufts 6 4 M.I.T. 5 7 Nichols 16 0 Wesleyan 1 14 Won 3 Lost 5 Coach: Chet McPhee Captain: Paul Kad lic

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First row: Andrews, Cra ne, Waterma n, Stevens. Stroud, Tractenberg, Ooth.

Second row: Rogow, Mciver, Koh , Minot, He mphill,

Trin ity Opponent Rhode Island 4 5 Union Ca ncelled Fai rfie ld 8 1 Amherst 5 Worceste r Tech 7 2 Holy Cross 6 3 Wesleyan 1 8 M. I.T. 3 6 Spri n gfield 8 Won 4 l ost 4 Coach : Roy Doth Capta in: David Hemphi ll

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row: Anderson, Wellen, Campbell, Chondor, Rovit~o, Ooley, L<Kiewig, Moe路 Grondle, Gordner, Wood . Second row : Gould, Tiblen, Doege, Dewey, Josephson, Gamson, Prillaman, Fairfield, Barclay. Third raw: Evarts, Charlesworth , lodge, Pogue, Kolewe, Sulkow~ki , Bornemann, Siegfried . Fourth row : McWilliams, Kurth , Baker, Carlson, Spencer, Bremer, Williams, Chopin.

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Wesleyan (Indoor) 63 Coast Guard 97 Un ion 68 Middlebury 74% Vermont 71 Worcester Tech 99 Amherst Lost 2 Won 5 Coach: Karl Kurth Captain: Richard Ravizza

KARL KURTH, JR., Professor of Physical Education; B.S., M.Ed . Springfield, 1942, 1947; Participated in United States Deport路 ment of State International Educational Exchange Program in Africa in 1959; Appointed to the faculty in 1952.

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Except for two losses, e team went undefeated for the third straight year.

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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL (4 wins- J loss).

First row: Brideshow, Word, Sanders, Edwards, Curcio, Clark (Copt.), Hcunosi, Bachrach, Morley, O'Neal, Brown!!. Stcond row: McPhee, Nomeyko, Herbedt, Davis, Chonney, Terry, Fox, C., Fox, W., Jocobs, Goloty, Webster, Bied let. Third row:

MacBey, Miller, Rosenbaum, Ratzan, Brickley, Speor, Wonty, Ktuler. Fovrlh row: Miller, R.. Gurber, Davis, Atwater, Char" ski, Cummings, Smith, Wrzosek.

FRESHMAN SOCCER (3 wins- 3 losses).

First ro": Clarke, Ruckert, Hechscher, Cotakis, Craver, Sorgen!, Polemis. Second row: School, Sanger, Haden, Kent, Wick , Macinnes, Haight, Moreland . Third row: Su lkowski, frankli n,

Hughes, Barthelmon, Gord ner, Cameron, Caulkins,

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Fovrlh row : Shv lt~. Siedor, Ulrich, Sodwith, Hulton, Kelsey,

Browning_

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FRESHMAN SQUASH (3 wins - 7 losses).

First row: Caulkins, Gordon, Sadwith, Stultz. Second row : Doth, White, Hubbard, Wick, Craver.

FRESHMAN BASEBALl. (9 wins - 2 losses).

First row: Clark, Pastore, W. Sanders, Curcio, MocBey (Copt.), Hickey, Eliot 1 Pastore, T.

Second row: DeConte, Fox, Hutton, Moore, Fox, Wm., Brickley, Griggs, Overbeck, Atwater, Greaney, Dee, Purdy, Shults.

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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL (7 wins- 8 losses).

Finf row: Fox, Eliot, Hickey, Edwards, Nuernberger, Povlech. Second row: Ruder!, Brow n.,, Moore, Roth, Dee, Overbeck, McConn el, Prevost, Jacobs, Shull%.

FRESHMAN SWIMMING (5 wins- 4 losses).

First row r Whitworth, Fornhom, Tarry, Cotoni, Tyler (Copt.), Roth , Hevner, Dinkier. Stcond row: McPhee, Jocobini, ludwig, McCulloch, Billington, Oliver, Fihimmons.

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FRESHMAN CREW.

Putney, Chorney, Orem, Doyle, Boyd, Eaton, Curtis, Clark, Jenkins. Kneeling : Smith.

FRESHMAN LACROSSE (3 wins- 5 losses).

First row: O'Neal, Gordner, Word, Gens, Polemis, O' Conner, levi . Second row: Ratzan, Ulrich, Ruckert, Dovh, Sargent, Goodyear, Haden, Sidler. Tflircl row: McCulloch, ludwig, Wrzosek, Miller, Terry, Scali, Rath, Kessler.

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FRESHMAN TENNIS (6 wins - 3 losses).

Gold, Tilden, Hecbeher, Davison (Copt.), Kelsey, Prevost, Gordon, Doth.

FRESHMAN TRACK ( J win - 4 losses).

FiNI row: Talbot, Brewer (Copt.), Bradbury. Second row: Zorr, Corson. Third row: Miller, Pri<e, Sommer,

Ke nt, Macinnes, Gerber, Cotokis. Fourth row: McWilliams, Rudicoft, Wild, Smith, Wo nty.

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ALPHA CHI RHO. First row: Freedson, Sachs, Meyers, Par路 sons, P., Arterton. Second row: Garson, Anderson, Deptris, McCalmont. Third row: Henry, Ellwood, lodge, Benjamin, Boyd, Charlesworth, Waterman. Fourth row: Parsons, K., Krisiloff, Bodner, Groybell, Martire, Campbell, Oulundsen, Deschamps, K9d lic, Earnshaw, Leonard, Fenrich. Fifth row: Uphoff, Williams, O'Neal, Guiliano.

ALPHA DELTA PHI. First row: Dorrier, Kelly, T. J., Monahan, Ooley, Ladewig, Feirstein, McConn, Tompkins, Fiordolis, V., McNally. Second row: Stone, Bigelow, Moonves, Hurst, Schae路 fer, Smith, Mo rmesh, Chandor, Bird, Maim, Schweitzer, Ochs,

Seddon, Powell, Saker. Third row: Andrews, Hart, Robinson, Wiedemann, Schilpp, Dawes, Oldershaw, Doerge, Hopkins, Kilgore, Broun, Kelly, T. A., Fiordalis, C. J., Notmon, Jaeger, Gelvin, Markovich.


BROWNELL. First row: Hemmerle, Astmon, Lombardo, Hendry, Rozen. Second row: Querida, Miller, Case, Price, Wenger. Third row: Hoffman, Feingold, White, Zinzer, langlois, Hobson, Hallcher, Cook, Connolly, Woolfson, Norris, Schoen, Gould. Fourth row: Knapp, Hornfischer, Nielsen, Worth, Duckworth.

DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. On the noor: Supl ee, Sgoutas, Lee, Mellon. Seated: McCrud路 den, Knox, Arscott, Worsley, Magary. Standing: Pierce, lawson, Rhoman, Sartorius, Rowan, G riffin, Mackie, Moore, Thomas, Rawlings, Scott, Marshall, Barringer, Barrett, lindert, Ba ncroft.

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DELTA PHI. First row: Khouri, Wesney, Silonsky, Ehr-

hardt, Tousey, Sargent, Ratner, Gibson. Second row: Sigman, Ferguson, Anderson, Bailey, Wolborst, Shipman, Taylor, Hoff. Third row: Denby, Bent, Stern, Roncaioli, Kuehn, Thoren, levine, Huntoon, Kunkelman,

PHI KAPPA PSI. First row: Abrams, Siegel, Boker,

Boultbee. Second row: Crone, Candee, Morisse, Coryell, Moore, Roos, Brown, Schmidt, Gall. Third row: Brasfield, Roth, Gaines, loSelle, Berkowitz, Henriques, Kadyk, Bowen, Golub, Wadlow, Rice, Witherington,

Curren, Klein, Kossow, Ewing, Storms, Brown, Boulanger, Jewett. Fourth row: Baker, Beck, Banen, Jackson, Wttherwox, Sprague, Bradford, Schwartzman, Pataky, Baynard, Chotkowski.

Roosevelt, Jenkins, Palmer, Rothbard, Deorington, Harris, Hurwitz, Williams. Fourth row: Lee, Plumb, Kardon, Zickler, Koretz, Towle, Wiltsek, Shortell, Dierman, Nelson, lewis, Stevens, Rosenfield, Stroud.


PI KAPPA ALPHA. First row: Root, White, Boron, Grossman . Second row: Geetter,Snyder, J., Engstrom, Wadsworth, Ric~ordson, Tolbert, Osowecki, Wodotch. Third row: Smith, Tilki, Mitchell, Emmett, Snyder, C., Scholtegger, Rogow, Hollowell, James. Fourth row: Woodcock, Keane, Cosadei, Duennebier, Moeling, Tetro, Stevens, McGurkin, Jervey, Hoarstick, Bausek, Henry, Jacobson, Bangert, Moor, Coale, Albert. Fifth row: Born, Colvin, McCurdy, Hopkins.

PSI UPSILON. First row: Egan, Rorer, Minot, Hemphill, Roberts, Dewey, Crosby. Second row: Kellner, Dix, Mott, Sutherland, Mdver, MacGregor, Stolz, Deland. Third row: Herk路 ness, Von Sciver, Snedeker, Parlin, Lloyd, Brigham, Stiasni, Bougere.


Q.E.D. First row: Heyl, Carlson, Churchman, Gann, Pastore, Bobbruff, Trachtenberg, Kirby, Chapin. Second row: Bowie, Kelsey, Gamson, Garrett, Gardner, Mosher, Carter. Third row: Ahlgren, Basch, Burr, Nickerson, Bloomstein, Liebowitz, Morrow, Jarmon, Bosch.

ST. ANTHONY HALL. First row: Francis, McKune, Schumacher, Craig, Alves, Mason. Second row: Perkins, B., Dunham, Jacobs, Weeks, Gi lson, Miller, Crawford, Coiner, Scarlett. Third row: Studds, Seckler, Freemon, Pettus, Mor-

gan, Ross, Moore, Todd, Pyle, Whittemore. Fourth row: Wallis, Avery, Millar, Stowell, Haring, McC lure, Peake, DePree, Cooper, Pogue. Fifth row: Williams, Lynch, Bishop, McClenahan, Perkins, S., Rissel, Swander.

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SIGMA NU. First row: Diner, Josephson, Grinch, Mitchell, Gordon, Morison, Brachman, McQuaid, Arms. Second row: loi, Meech, finley, Hooker, Golann, Boyle. Dunn, Third row: Bridegroom, Leghorn, Anderson, Doorley, Belfiore, Hourihan, Auerbach, Johnson. Fovrlh row: Camp, Thomases, Saklad, Vincent, Tribken, Corrod.

THETA XI. First row: Voorhees, Mason, Diesel, Edmonds, Fish, Bragdon, Klotz, Weaver, White, Steel, Peckham, Watson. Second row: Lenhart, Messenger, Stepto, Sniffen, Makin, True, Burt, Ocko, Winter, Bremer, Wells, Pickett, Deutsch, Hevner, Burn-

ham, Waterhouse, Spence, levy, Kolb, Jenkins, Meek, Sotter, losse, Shephard. Third row: Ferrara, Yates, Foster, Schiro, deYou, Grimes, Sturrock, Hurlock, Stanley, Miller, Bralove, Tower, Dunlop, MacDougall, O'Neill.


low, 1929-1937, Professor of low, 1937-1949, Provost of the University, 1947-1949; Chancellor (equivalent of Pre•ident), University of Denver, 19.49-1953; Outing World War II : Director, Dependents Welfare Division, Bureau of Naval Personnel (•eporoted from service with the ronk of Captain, USNR); Author : A . Research on family Law, Cases ond Materials on Landlord ond Tenant, Cases and Materials on Domestic Relations, Annals of Psi Upsilon; Chancellor, Th .. Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut; Phi Bclo Koppa, Phi Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Koppe;~ , Pi Gommc;~ Mu; Appoint d Pre1ident in 1953.

ALBERT CHARlES JACOBS, President; A.B. Michigan, 1921; B.A., 8.C.l., M.A. Oxford, 1923, 1924, 1927; LL.D. SyrocuJe, Columbia, Temple, University of Colorado, Colorado College, Wesleyan, Denison, long Island University, Kenyon, Amherst; D.P.S. Denver; D. Con. l. Berkeley Divini ty School; D. Hum. Hartt; D.C.L. The Divinity School, Philadelphia; lecturer in Jurisprudence, Oriel College (Oxford Uni· versity), 1924-1925; Fellow ond Lecturer in Jurisprudence, O riel College, 1925-1928 and Lecturer in Jurisprudence, Brosenose College (Oxford), 1925-1928; at Columbia University: lecturer in l Qw, 19271928, Assistant Profe.sor of Law, 1928-1929, Associate Professor of

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ALBERT EDWARD HOLLAND, Vice President; B.A., M.A. Trinity, 1946, 1958; Win路 ner of the Eigenbroot Trophy in 1958; Pi Gomma Mu; Appointed to the administratio n in 1946.

ARTHUR HOWARD HUGHES, Vice Presi路 dent, Dean, Professor of Mod ern Languages ond Chairman of The Boord of The Cnore Barbieri Center for Italian Studies; B.A., M.A., Ph .D. Johns Hopkins, 1927, 1929, 1931 ; M.S., l .H.D. Trinity, 1938, 1946; Auistant Professor in G rmon, George Washington University, 1931-1934; Acting President, Trinity College, 1943-1945 ond 1951 -1 953; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Ga mma Mu; Appointed to the faculty in 193.5.

ROBERT MAIER VOGEL, Deon of Graduate Stud ies ond Director of Summer School; B.A. Wolxuh, 1935; M.A. Michigan, 1940; Ed. D. Columbia, 19.53; Secretary-Treasurer, New England Groduole Conference; Ap路 pointed to the administration in 1947.

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TRUSTEES. First row: J. R. Cook, J. P. Webster, K. W. Hollden, A. C. Jocobs, G. K. Funston, A. M. Moses, A. C. Nickmott, G. Johnson, B. Shaw, R. S. Morris (Emeritus); Second row: V. Young, N. K. Prior, W. H. Gray, R. J. W on, L. B. Brainerd, W. P. Gwinn, 0 . Enders, G. M. Ferris, C. T. Kingston, G. W. Wyckoff;

OSBORNE WilSON LACY, Dean of Studen~ and Alsociote Profeuor of Psychology; B.A. Hampden· Sydney, 1947; A.M., Ph.D. Penn•ylvanio, 1951 , 1955; Auistont Professor of Psychology and As· sociote Director of the Guidance and Counseling Center, Hampden·Sydney, 1953·1955; Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Xi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Eta Sigma Pi, Sigma Upsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Psi Chi; Ap· pointed to the faculty in 1955.


THOMAS ALOYSIUS SMITH, Registra r, Assistant to the Dean of the College, Veterans Cou.n>e lor; B.A. Trinity, 1950; M.A. Columbia, 1952; Mem ber, We•t Hartford Boord of Education; fo rmerly English Instr uctor, Dea n J unio r College; Appointed to the admin· i•tration in 1953.

JACOB WARDWEll EDWARDS, Associate Di· rector of Summer Seosian and Assistant to Dean of Graduate Studies; A.B. Trinity, 1959; M. A. Trinity, 196-4; Al_sistont Director of Admiuians, 1959-63; Appointed to the administration in 1959.

WILLIAM HOWIE MUIR, II (Left), Assoc:iate Dire<lor of Admissions; B.A. Trinity, 1951 , Appointed to the administration in 1955.

FRANCIS GARDINER F. Director of Admission•; 1942; Formerly Aui>tont Admissions at Dartmouth ed to the ad ministration

JOHN SPALDING si•tant Director of 1963; Pi Gamma administration in

BR IDGE (Middle), A.B. Dartmouth, to the Director of Colleg e; Appoint· in 1956.

WAGGETT (Right), As· Admissions; A.B. Trinity, Mu; Appointed to the 1963 .

JOHN EDWIN GRiffiTH, JR. tant for Develop me nt; B.S. Retired Vice President, Aetna Company; App ointed to the in 1960.

(Left), ConsulTrinity, 1917; Life lnsuran<e admi ni•tra ·an


JAMES KENNETH ROBERTSON, Treas路 urer and Comptroller; Ph.B. Yale, 1930; M.B.A. Harvard, 1932; Formerly Busi路 ness Manager of the Toft School, Watertown, Connecticut; Appointed to the administration in 1951 .

HAROLD WARING MESSER (left), Cower; 1926; Appointed to the administration in 1937.

B.S. Trinity,

JOSEPH THOMAS SCHILLING (left-Mid dle ), Aui>tont Camp路 troller; Attended Bentl ey Col lege of Accounting and f inance; Appointed to the administration in 1958.

JOHN FRANCIS BUTLER, Director of Placement and Admissions CouMelor; B.S. Trinity, 1935; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the administration in 19-47.

DEAN HEWES KELSEY (Right-Middle), Associate Comptroller; B.A. Oberlin, 193<1; Formerly Comptroller ot Miss Hall's School; Appointed to the administration in 1958. EDWARD JOHN KYRCZ {Right), Accountant, TreosuTer's Office; Appointed to th adminhtrotion in 1955.

WAlTER EDWIN CARLSON (left), Assi>tanl Director of Build ings and Grounds; Appointed to the Adminislro路 lion in 1957.

DOUGLAS LEE FROST (Righ t), Assistant Director of Development; B.A. Trinity, 1959; M.A. Yale, 1960; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the administration in 1960.

DENNIS PRATT TINSLEY (Midd le), Chief Plant Engi neer; lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, Retired; Appointed to the administration in 1962.

NORMAN ATWOOD WALKER (Right), Director of Build ings and G rounds; B.S. Yal e, 1929; Appointed to the admin istra tion in 1947.

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JOHN ANDREW MASON, Alumni Secretory; B.A. Trinity, 1934; Appointed to the administration in 1946.

JAMES MOULTON THOMAS, Chaplain; A.B. Princeton, 1925; B.D . Virginia Theological Sem路 inory, 19~9; Form rly serv d in Parishes ill Maryland, PenMylvonio and West Virgin ia; Ap路 pointed to the administration in 1956.

DONALD BROWN ENGLEY, Librarian and librarian of the Wot inson Library; B.A. Amherst, 1939; B.l.S. Columbia, 1941; M.A. Chicago, 1947; M.A. Amherst, 1959; librarian, orwich University, 1947-1949; Pi Gamma Mu; Appointed to the library staff in 1949.

KENNETH COOLIDGE PARKER (left), Director of Public Relations; A.B. Middlebury, 1931; M.A. Columbia, 1936; Formerly a member of the faculty and odmini.strotion of the Toft School , Watertown, Connecticut; Phi Delta Epsilon ; Appointed to the administration in 1955. LEONARD RAYMOND TOMAT, Di rector of Mother Hell; B.A. 1950; M.A. New York University, 1956; Formerly with the Riverdale Country S.:hool, New York City; Kappa Phi Kappa; Appointed to the administration in 1960.

ROBERT MAlCOlM SAlTER (Right), Assistant Director of Public Relations; B.S. University of Rhode Island, 1958; M.S. Boston University, 1960; Appointed to the administration in 1960.

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VETERAN'S SPORT SHOP INCORPORATED Skis Specialists World's Best Ski Equipment and Fashions Ski Repair and Storage Tennis and Camping Equipment Telephone 247-7504 Gustav A. Sunne 281 Asylum Street Elton W . Turek Hartford 3, Conn.

fine clothing ond furnishings for men

102 ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD 3, CONNECTICUT

525-0897

TRINITY SHOE SERVICE 241 ZION STREET

Expert Shoe Rebuilding Reasonably Priced ALL WORK GUARANTEED Stop in and see Mr. Lombardo

TRINITY BARBER SHOP WE SPECIALIZE IN COLLEGIATE HAIRCUTS

" Across Ihe Rocks" 209 ZION STREET

223


JACOB'S PAINT STORE

LANDERMAN AGENCY

Dutch Boy Paints

57 FARMINGTON AVENUE lnterlux Marine Paints

134 PARK ROAD

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

Orchestras and Entertainment Telephone: 236-2501

Compliments of

24-26 TRUMBUll STREET Hartford, Connecticut

A FRIEND

Telephone 525-2139 Clothiers - IMPORTERS - Furnishers

NATIONAL TYPEWRITER CO., INC. O LYMPIA TYPEWRITER DEALER

THE HEARTHSTONE 680 MAPLE AVENUE

Sales - Rentals - Repairs on all makes of

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

Typewriters, Duplicators, Adding Machines and Checkwriters

Open Kitchen

Duplicators and Office Supplies

Charcoal Broiler

Special Rental Rates to Students

Steaks- Lorge Lobsters- Game Hens

Phone 527-1115

247 ASYLUM STREET

246-8075

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

First in Motor Bus and Charter Service Save Money & Time -:-

at the

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Of CONNKJICUT. INC.

For the Foremost in SERVICE

Sign of -the DIME

65 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn.

COURTESY

CHARTER A SHORT

RATES

LINE BUS!

Keep Your Group Together in Buses with RE!clining Seats Anywhere - Anytime Across The State Or The Nation Bus Trips To Any Historic Area In Connecticut, New Eng la_nd O r New York

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

224

Special Consideration Given to School Children FOR CHARTER SERVICE TEL. 289-3651 12 JAMES ST.

·e

EAST HARTFORD


THE WASHINGTON DINER AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY CO., INC.

175 WASHINGTON AVENUE "All-New"

" It Pays To Keep Clean"

Good Food .. . Good Service 490 WETHERSFIELD AVENUE

Steaks, Chops, Seafood - Alwoys Quick and Covrteovs

TRY OUR DINING ROOM FOR THE BEST IN 80TH

Plenty of Space and Free Parking Phone 247-6272

HARTFORD Complete Linen Rental Phone 2 46-8841

NEIDITZ BROS.

Greater Hartford's Most Modern Automatic Cor Wash

CONTRACT FURNITU RE

MR. AUTO WASH

for

Washing- Simonizing - Motor Cleaning

Schools, lnstiMions

344 BROAD ST., MANCHESTER

500 FARMINGTON AVE.

79 EDWARDS ST. & 900 WETHERSFIELD AVE.,

HARTFORD

HARTFORD

The HARVEY & LEWIS Co.

Compliments of

GUILD OPTICIANS

TRINITY DRUG CO.

Contact Lenses

Photographic Department

56 Pearl St.

Bishop's Corner

85 Jefferson St.

Hartford

West Hartford

Ha rtford

Alec Goldin, Ph.G.

1284 BROAD STREET HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

BENT & BENT, INC.

TRACY, ROBINSON & WILLIAMS CO.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES

436 FARMINGTON AVENUE HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Telephone 236-3211

110 AIRPORT ROAD

HARTFORD 14, CONNECTICUT

Phone 522-7211

225


HUNTINGTON'S BOOI< STORES

C & N AUTO SERVICE

IN HARTFORD

Joseph Castro

77 Asylum Street Phone 246-0055 IN WEST HARTFORD

Motor Tune-Ups - Broke Service

968 Farmington Avenue 1279 Brood Street BOOKS OF ALL PUBLISHERS

MIRAMAR

DINER

Breakfasts, Luncheons, Dinners, Sandwiches

Corner Allen and Brood

WEST HARTFORD NEWS enthusiastic printers for the

TRIPOD

BERLIN TURNPIKE - NEWINGTON

Just a Few Minutes from Trinity

Trinity Students' Favorite Barber Shop

Hartford, Conn.

20 ISHAM ROAD, WEST HARTFORD

S. VOGEL SONS Institutional Wholesale Grocers since 1876 191 PARK AVENUE (rear)

105 NEW BRITAIN AVENUE (near corner of Brood Street)

THE=============== WADHAMS & MAY

=======CO. BUILDERS Post Office Box 29

EAST HARTFORD, CONN .

"Clothiers To Trinity Men Since 1904"

SLOSSBERG'S INC.

~l~;~y ~11t1ftar

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT 06101

226

64 STATE STREET

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT


MOBIL OIL CO. Retail Development Center 234 Washington Street

LAWN AC RE ROAD WINDSOR LOCKS. CONNECTICUT

Phones:

Hartford, Conn. Windsor l ocks NA 3-2508 Tel. 525-9714

Hartford 527-7221

Open 24 Hours

Springfield 781-0261

ROBERT B. SWAIN CO. GENERAL CO NTRACTORS

255 SISSON AVE.

s-JA.COBS TRAVEL SERVICE 242 TRUMBULL STREET

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HARTFORD 3, CONN.

HARTFORD, CONN . Telephone 246-7221

Telephones: 666-2412

666-2411

COMPUMENTS THE HOUSE OF

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OF

RESTAURANT. INC .

Specialties - Steaks, Roast Beef & Lobsters 3430 Berlin Turnpike Newington 11, Conn.

A New York Aristocrat COMPLIMENTS

W ishes Class of 1964

OF

The Best of Luck

~,#-tef~ Fl £ JEWE LERS OVER HALF CE TU RY


THE TOBACCO SHOP Complete Smokers' Supplies HARTFORD

West Hartford Wethersfield

31 PEARL STREET

East Hartford Old Saybrook

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

PARK PLUMBING SUPPLY CO., INC.

the stereo shop, inc.

Wholesalers

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Distributors

Plumbing, Heating and Oil Burner Supplies 227 ASYLUM STREET • HARTFORD, CONN. 1477 PARK STREET

Phone 525-7207

SAVITT

HARTFORD 6, CON ECTICUT

Telephone: 527-5203

MARION'S LUNCHEONETTE Business: 527-9644

P.O.M.G. 35 Asylum St., Hartford

DELICATESSEN

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CATERING

Just over the Roc;ks

Diamond Merchants 243 ZION STREET

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

Watchmakers

BUTLER BROS.

1~1 Cor. Broad St. & New Brita in Ave. f-!ARTFORD, CONN.

S & H Stamps GENERAl REPAIRS

Pickup & Deliver 228

Tel. 522-9727

22 TRUMBULL STREET

(next to Henry Miller) IVY LEAGUE FOOTWEAR

Styled in the Barrie Ltd. Tradition


INDEX FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION

113 Alvoru, l. lt. 121 Anderson, M. G.

124 Lindsay, R. 82 Mockimmie, A. A.

116

60

101 120 75 73 87 64 130 61 102 83 69 131 208 82 114 209 116 209 96 130 122 104 131 76 87 163 105 121 70 113 88 107

155

Andrion, G. W. Bankwitz, P. C. F. Barber, C. H. Bottis, R. A. Beach, G. 8. Benton, R. P. Berger, P L. Berkey, R. F. Birnkommer, J. A. Bla~k, R. C. Blakeslee, T. R. Bobko, E. Bradley, W. l. Bridge, F. G. f. Buckley, W, E. 81llcher, M. V. Bvtler, J . F. Compo, M. R. Carlson, W. E. Chapman, R. W. Cherbonnier, E. loB. Constant, f. W. Coo,.r, G. 8. Crites, S. D. Curran, W. S. Dando, J. A. Oath, R. A. Davis, E. W. Delong, H. DePhillips, H. A. Dorwart, H. l. Doslr.ow, G. Downs, N. 77 Dunn, l. 208 !;dwgrds, J. W. 210 Engley, 0 . 8. 94 Fergcnon, C. 8. 88 Foulke, R. 0. 117 Frese, H. F. 209 frost, 0. l. 66 Galbraith, D. 8. 98 Gcstmonn, A. l . 89 Glasser, W. A. 63 Grasser, J. 8. 208 Griffith, J. E. 86 Gwynn, f. l. 117 Hansen, C. V. 70 Herre~~, J. K. 127 Herschberger, A. C. 126 Higgins, G. C. 207 Holland, A. J. 117 Hook, D. 0 . 123 11oward, A. J. 207 Hvgh~•· A. H. 156 Jes.e, 0. E. 209 Kelsey, D. H. 118 Ker&al'l, A. l. 123 Kingsb.ury, R. f. 108 Kintner, P. L. 114 Klimczak, W. J . 34 Kroft, W. E. 188 Kurth, W. f. 209 Kyrcz, E. J. 206 lacy, 0. W. 125 langhorne, M. C. 118 latlius, E. W. 118 Leavitt, W. D. 121 lee, R. T.

210 131 89 185 168 128 121

96 13

209 98 124 92 82 208 114 1l6 97 90 72

83 155

95 210 71 1l5 90 91 209 84 99 210 85 79 209 155 176 132 109 69 91 71 208 85 115

119 93 210 100 209 210 74 206 80 119 68 207 208 209 119

120 110 l15

81 112 92

Marshall, G. R. Mor<:hese, F. Mason, J. A. Mauch, T. M. McNulty, J . 8. McPhee, C. H. McWilliams, C. J. Meade, It D. Means, B. W. Mentzer, T. C. Merriman, A. Messer, H. W. Meyer, P. W. Miller, C. R. Minot, S. Morris, R. K. Muir, W. H. Myeu, V. Naylor, l. H. Neaverson, It C. Nichols, G. E. Notopovlos, J. A. Nye, E. P. Costing, R. Pappas, M. N. Parker, K. C. Peiker, A. l. Poliferno, M. J. Potter, J. L. Risdon, D. 8. Robertson, J. K. Russel, R. N. Solomon, l. I. Salter, R. M. Sapega, A. E. Scheuch, R. Schilling, J. T. Shults, R. E. Slaughter, R. D. Sleeper, C. F. Sloon, E. W. Smellie, R. H. Smith, P. J. Smith, S. 8. Smith, T. A. Smith, W. R. Stewart, R. f. Stires, l. R. Taylor, J. C. E. Thomas, J M. Thompson, D. G. 8. Tinsley, 0. P. Tamot, l. R. Towle, l. W. Trustees Tucker, R. W. Vaccaro, J. A. Vor> Stor>e, J. M. Vagal, R. M. Waggett, J. S. Walker, N. A. Waterl'l'an, R. P. Waters, C. E. Weaver, G. Whittlesey, E. F. Wightman, J. W. Willey, T. E. Williams, R. M.


SENIORS 113 Adelstein, V. A. 83 Ahlgren, D. J. 74 Anderson, A. N. 125 And~rson , M. P. 69 Andersall, R. S. 93 Atherton, A. S, 74 AuerbÂŤh, K. R. 100 Avery, W. H. 100 Bailey, J. K. 64 Baron, G. M. 116 Barber, B. A. 130 Barnes, W. J. 72 BenneH, R. E. 69 Blackmon, E. L. 70 Bloomstein, R. D. 64 Bobruff, A. 100 Bogert, P. H. G. w. 113 93 Borden, J. P. 122 Bosch, R. V. 64 Bowen, 8. J. 70 Bowie, W. T. 100 Boyle, M. F. 101 Brockett, R. E. 86 Brogdon, W. B. 97 Brainard, R. P. 74 Brolove, S. R. 75 Brandt, W, M. 101 Brasfield, J. H. 101 Brldegroom, B. D. 101 Brinckerhoff, S. J . 101 Brown, H. H. 83 Brown, R. T. Bucknell, W, H. 86 Burfeind, A. C. 125 Burnham, W. W. Campbell, M. C. 75 C<1mpbell, W. F. 64 Casadei, P. N. 70 Case, 0. R. 116 Casson, J. 0 . 97 Chompony, 8. W. 102 Chondor, J. F. 102 Churchman, J. H. 71 Cimilluca, 0 . J. 65 Cone, T. E. 72 Coulson, W. 0 . 130 Craig, D. W. 86 Crawford, T. H. 102 Cr(uby, J. P. 102 Oail, C. W. 75 Ooley, W. C. 75 Deotington, M. 86 DeMone, R. A. 87 DePre:z:, J. C. 83 Deschamps, l. C. 117 deVou, J. l. 103 Ools, M. W. 103 Ehrhardt, 0 . W. 103 Ewing, W. B. 65 Feingold, B. E. 97 feinschreiber, R. 103 Feirstein, M. A. 125 Fenrich, J. N. 117 Ferr<1ra, J. E. 126 Fidell, S. A. 98 f iordalis, V. 103 Fish, J<. E. 84 Foâ&#x20AC;˘ter, J. 120 francis, C. T. 87 Freemon, G. T. 65 Freidman, l . M. 73 Ftier, B. W. 87 Goloty, 0 . E. 126 Gordner, A. R. 98 Gilson, C. T. 65 Goldberg, K. R. 104 Gordon, J. R. 10.4 Grant, C. L. 76 Gregory, R. S.

eo;,,

120 76 122 126 88 76

88 113 88 114

130 131 104 89 131 89 104 105 89 76 77

105 126 90

90 127 65

105 105 131 77 65

132 106 106 82 73 106 90

106 84 94 94 106 98 121 66 118

77

107 77 127 84 66

78 120 107 78 122 107 94 78 90

78 78 107 114 99

108 99 66

127 108

123 79 108 66

71 91

Grenhort, J . N. Grauman, M. Guilia no, G. A. Hallowell, R. C. Homblem, C. F. Haring, J. L. Harrison, D. ! . Haslach, N. W. Hawthorne, W. E. Hayes, P. K. Heid, f . M. Heldt, J. M. Hemphill, D. A. Hordeen, F. C. Hevner, R. W. Horowitz, D. B. Huntoon, H. H. Hussey, J. C Hutchins, J . T. Hutzler, A. D. Ingram, M. W. Jacobs, f . B. James, L. S. Jenkins, E. E. Jones, T. P. Kadlic, J. P. Katz, S. R. Kellner, G. A. Kinzler, P. Kirkpatrick, F. G. Klein, B. T Klotz, C. R Koretz, W. R. Ladewig, D. E. lopenn, J. A lawrence, J. D. leghorn, B. J . leonard, R. 0 . levy, D. H. Linn, W. J. loi, K. M. lutin, J . M. MacDougall, R. B. Mackie, P. F. Molm, C. M. Mormesh, B. A. Martire, J . R. Mather, C. R McConn, F. W. McGurkin, M. E. Mcintire, J. G. McKune, T. B. Mclogon, 0 . l. McNeil, C. J. McQuaid, G w. Merryman, A. G. Messenger, C. K. Miller, F. R. Miller, R. C. Miller, S. P. Minot, W. Mitehell, R. H. Moeling, J . J. Monahon, T. J. Moor, J. It Maoris, J. T. Mosher, E. J. Nelson, G. l . Nickerson, M. H. Niles, W. W, Notmon, W. 8. Ogden, J. A. Orr, P. 0 . Oulunclsen T, 0 . Poblch, Z. F. Palmer, B. R. Parsons, K. W. Pa1tore, R. E. Pavlech, B. A. Pearson, J. R.


132 127 9.C 128 95 118 108 128 l19 l23 123 128 129 79 129 95 67 85 67 99

79 67 109 67 80 109 85

99 109 123 109 80 124 129 80 80 91 109

81 67 81 91 110 92 71 115

115 81 110 110 110 95

111 81 92 12-4 111 92 111 68 68 121 124 68 111 119 68 111

112 112 112 85 129 112 129

PeckhGm, F. 8. Petrovits, J. J. Pettus, T. T. Plass, G. f . PGwell, J. R. Pratt, H. o. Pyle, D. F. Querida, A. J. Quirk, R. J . Randmaa, J. Ratehes, J. A. Rovina, It J . Richards, W. S. Riley, W. A. Rimer, S. R. Roberts, E. P. Rodner, R. 0. Roncaioli, C. J. RosenthGI, M. Rowan, J. C. Rushmore, J . Sdchs, R. A. Soklad, D. A. Sdnro, R. J. Schoefer, P. J. Scholtegger, F. E. Schilpp, R. B. Schiro, It 8. Schwartz, It C. Schwennesen, 0. l . Shortell, T J. Silan.lty, E. R. Silver, L J. Singleton, T. W. Sinicrope, J. J. Smith, I. R. Sommer, C. M. Spencer, J . R. Stanley, J. S. Steel, A. Stevens, 8. l. Stevens, T. C. Storms, C. G. Stowell, R. 8. Strommiello, 0 . A. Stuart, R. 0. Sweet, M. C. Taylor, W H. Tetra, J. E. Thomos••· J. P. Todd, Tompkin>, D. W. Tousey, M. N. Tower, D. H. Towle, R. H. Twerdahl, J. S. Twining, E. S. Voorhees, R. V. Wadlow, T. S. Wadsworth, D. V. Walloce, A. 8. Watson, K Waxman, 8. A. Weaver, M. G. Wellen, J. J. Wenger, R. K. Werlheim, R. A. Weslney, J. l White, C. D. Wiltbanlc, T. 8. Wilhek, K. M. Witherington, J. H. Wood, A. S. Woolman, D. C. Votes, It E. Zeissig, J. E. Zickler, M. S. Zinser, 0 .

c. e.

s.

ACTIVITIES 150 AIESEC 62 Air Force ROTC Onll Teal'l 63 Air Force ROTC Stine Teom l43 ARCHIVE 143 Atheneum Society

Campus Chest Corinoneurs Cerberus Chamber Ployers Chapel Cabinet Chapel Choir Cheerleaders Corinthian Yacht Club Delto Phi Alpha Economics Club Folhingeu U5 Freshmon Executive Coundl 145 Glee Club 150 Hillel Fovndotio" 1.45 lnterfroternity Council 146 International Student Orgonilotion 154 lntromurol Boord 232 IVY 1.C.S Jesters 142 Junior Advisor> 150 le Cerci• Fron~ois 146 Mother Hall Boord of GovernotJ 142 Medusa 150 New111an Apostolote 146 The Odell ShepGrd Group 154 Outing Club 141 Phi Beto Kappa 151 Philosophy Club 147 Pi Gomma Mu 147 Pipes 1.C7 Pipes and Drums 147 Politico! Forum 148 Psi Chi 148 REVIEW 140 Seno1e 148 Senior lay Readers 151 The Set 148 Sigmo Pi Sigmo 151 Sponist. Club 149 Travelers 149 T<inadads 149 TRIPOD 151 Vestry 149 WRTC·fM 151 Yaung Democrots 151 Young Republicons

ISO

143 1.C3 1.C.4 1.C.C 1« 154 15.C 1.C4 150 145

FRATERNITIES 197 Alpha Ch i Rho 197 Alpha Delta Phi 198 Brownell Club 198 Delto Koppo Alpha 199 Oelto Phi 199 Pi Kappa Psi 200 Pi Kappa Alpho 200 Psi Upsilon 201 Q.E.D. 20i St. Anthony Hall 202 Sigmu Nu 202 Theta Xi SPORTS 179 8oseboll (Varsity) 192 Baseball (frosh) 168 Basketball (Varsity) 191 8osketboll (frosh ) 181 Crew (Varsity) 181 Crew (Junior Varsity) 193 Crew (Froshl 167 Cross Country 173 Fencing 156 Footboll (Varsity) 190 football (frosh ) 184 Golf 174 Hockey l85 lacrosse (Vauity) 193 lacrosse (frosh) 163 Soc;cer (Vanity) 190 Soccer (frosh) 178 Squosh (Vorsity) 192 Squash (frosh) 176 Swimming (Varsity) 191 Swimming (Frosh) 187 Tennis (Varsity) 194 lenni. (frosll) 188 Track (Varsity) 194 Track ( Frash)


Pyle Garson Schumacher

Tousey Sargent

THE IVY In recent years yearbooks have moved away from the traditional and into the creative. Occasionally the creativ ity has gotten out of control and the results have been disasterous. Some peop le have tried to use the yearbook as a means to air their views-yet the yearbook is not meant to be an editorial in hardbound covers. There ore other ways of attain ing originality without degridoting your school. It has been the goa l of this staff to produce an origina l, interesting book that wil l be more than just glanced over hurriedly. Of course, a yearbook is only as good as those who put it togethe r make it. Special cred it must be g iven to Mike Somma (Art Edi tor) for the creation of the extended introductory section. He proved his talents were not lim ited to canvas. Without pictures there cou ld be no yearbook at all. This task was carried out competent ly by Skip Schumacher (Photography Editor). Besides spending countless hours in the dark room, he took the faculty pictures whith was on awesome accompl ishment. There were others who helped us to gel the photographs for our book- among them: Mal Salter (Public Re lations); The Harlforcl Times (p. 135, 183 ); Mr. Norton Berkowitz (Photoreflex); Joh n Heldt and Ned Roberts. Then there was Tom Garson (Business Manager) who sold the ads which mode the whole show possible. There were many others, such as Mike Tousey (Managing Editor). He did all the jobs the rest of us wouldn't do. Player Crosby (Literary Ed itor) who inspired us w ith " his" words of w isdom . Fred Sargent (Copy Editor) who always did on efficient and capable job. Roy Boulanger (Senior Editor)- he hod the unpleasant task of round ing up the delinquent seniors for their pictures . As o result of his good work, we hove only o minimum number of " no pictures." And Ed Houser (Cartoon ist) who put a Iough in the advertising. To each and every one of these people, I om deeply appreciativeDAVID PYLE Editor



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