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THE

TRINITY IVY 1971 The Ninety-Eighth Year of Publication


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Trinity College is a place for believers, for these are the men who are doers. Trinity College is a place of opportunities, for a liberal education is a venture, not a fixed frontier. Trinity College is a place of values and high expectations, for these mark the educated man. That man, the one who is educable and eager to test hi capabilities, is the one we seek. That man, the one who has the character and determination to manage himself, is the one we invite to membership in this community. To him, we extend the resources of a liberal education, in and for his time.

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Trinity is "new land." Wherever you have been before, whatever you have done, be prepared for pathfinding. Be ready to discover new knowledge and be ready to go as deep and as far as your capacity will permit. Be ready to meet men you have never met before, from places you have never been. Above all, be ready to discover yourself, the first step to wisdom. We will ask that you work hard and think hard, that you attempt things you have never attempted before. The liberal arts are not only the wisdom of the past, but the source of ideas for the future.

That urge for excellence is unmistakable in Trinity's aims. Whatever else may be done, we expect that you will learn to take a firm hand in shaping and directing your own life. Mankind is nothing without individual man. It is not our purpose to train technicians, but to produce men of quality. It is not our wish to entertain a bright bystander, but to ask of you the deepest involvement, intellectual and emotional, of which you are capable, then to encourage you to share 路 that experience with others. Trinity is not a place for those who withhold their talents for tomorrow, but for those who will spend them today. Thi a1m sets the tone of Trinity.


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You may wonder if, and when, you will encounter superb teachers, the scholars, the personalities, th~ men who inspire students and make education an unforgettable and deeply personal experience. The Trinity answer is: immediately, and continuously, throughout your academic life on this campus. You get to know your teachers well. They teach for the most part in small classes and seminars. They are readily accessible outside the classroom for consultation. Many live near, and all have offices on the campus. Senior faculty, many of them department heads, teach freshmen, as well as the upperclassmen.

We believe that the educated man must also be the moral man, that he must have standards for himself, first, before he can fulfill the role of leadership and inspiration to others. These standards are the individual man's great inner strength. To this end, Trinity College draws the student into active expression of faith and fellowship at numerous points in his college life. A college student seeks an intellectual foundation for his faith. At Trinity, the acceptance of free inquiry, responsiveness to the critical mind, and the acceptance of selfcriticism are the ways students gain freedom and truth. "EDUCATIO

FOR YOUR TIME"

The Office of Admissions Trinity College, 1967

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SENIORS


Biology DR. JAMES M. VAN STONE, Chairman

PETER WINSLOW ADAMS

NORMAN MAX APRILL

JOHN BOYNTON AYRES

Upper Montclair, New Jersey Montclair Academy

Rockville Center, New York Southside Senior High School

Springfield, Massachusetts Cathedral High School

IVY; Junior Advisor; Crew, Freshman and Varisty; Soccer, Freshman and Varsity; Psi Upsilon

Band, President; Hillel Society; Orchestra, President; Phi Kappa Psi; Baseball, Freshman and Varsity; Squash, Freshman


EDWIN ALLEN BOWE Jefferson City, Missouri Conard High School

Revitalization Corps; Young Republicans

ANTHONY JOSEPH CASTAGNO West Hartford, Connecticut Northwest Catholic High School

JAMES ARTHUR CHESNEY Fairfield, Connecticut Newington High School

Chess Club; Intramural Board; Golf; Soccer, Freshman and Varsity; Sigma Nu

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BRUCE MELVIN DERRICK Manchester, Connecticut Manchester High School

Comparative Assistant

Anatomy

Laboratory

GARY ROBERT DIBBLE Waterbury, Connecticut Crosby High School

Newman Club; Swimming, Freshman

DR.

J. WENDELL BURGER 13


DENNIS CHARLES FRIEDMAN

MICHAEL TIFFANY GILLETTE

Great Neck, New York Great eck North Senior High School

Niagara Falls, ew York DeVeaux School

Big Brother Program; Fencing; Alpha Chi Rho

Young Republicans, Kappa Alpha

JOHN EDGAR GRIGGS, JR

SUSAN GRACE HAINES

JOHN JOSEPH JEHL

Wilmington, Delaware Tower Hill School

West Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

orth Caldwell, ew Jersey West E sex High School

ARLENE ANN FORASTIERE Springfield, Massachusetts Classical High School

Junior Advisor; Adjudicative Panel

FEC; Junior Advisor; Revitalization Corps; Football, Freshman; Phi Kappa Psi, Vice-President

President;

Pi

Junior Advisor; Swimming, Freshman; Sigma Nu, President

DAVID RICHARD KIARSIS DR DONALD B. GALBRAITH

South Dartmouth, Massachusetts Suffield Academy

Football, Freshman and Varsity; Swimming, Freshman; Track, Freshman and Varsity; Sigma u


THEODORE JOSEPH KOWALSKI Willimantic, Connecticut Windham High School

Acolytes; Crucifers; Lay Reader; IVY, Senior Section Editor, Editor-inChief; Pi Kappa Alpha, MC

DR. FRANK M. CHILD, III

Biology IRA PAUL MICHAELSON Andover, Ma sachusetts Hebron Academy

Hillel Society, Secretary-Treasurer; Swimming, Freshman; RAFI; Student Speakers' Bureau; Dean Selection Committee

MARK JAY MITTENTHAL

PETER MICHAEL MOORE

ROBERT HENRY OSHER

Great Great

San Diego, California Wade Hampton High School

Cincinnati, Ohio Walnut Hills High School

Junior Advisor; WRTC-FM, Executive Producer, Station Manager; Theta Xi

Intramural Board; TCC; Mather Hall Board of Governors; Senate; Theta Xi; Phi Beta Kappa

eck, New York eck orth Senior High School

Football, Freshman and Varsity; Lacros e, Freshman; Alpha Chi Rho


WILLIAM DURRIE PREVO T Shre wsbury, New Jer ey The Pin gry S hool

Trin idad ; Football, r shman; Lacro e, re hman and \ ar ity; Swimming, Freshman and arsi ty; Alpha Chi Rho

DR. ROBERT H. BREWER

Biology GARY DA \ ID ROSEN Dalton, G orgia Baylor chool

Cho t Shirt o iety; 1 Club; Golf; Phi Kappa Psi, Trea urer

ARTHUR JACK ROSS, III

LOUIS NELSON SLOCUM, III

Mama ron eck, e w York Rye Country Da y School

East Hartford, Connecticut Pe nney High School

Mather Hall Board of Governor ; WRTC-FM; Football, Fre hman and Varsity; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Delta Phi

Connecticut Intercollegiate Student Legislature; WRTC-FM ; IKA

JOSEPH ROY SMITH, II Holden, Ma achusetts Sa int Martis School

olf, Freshman and Var ity Co-captain


RICHARD BRITTON THOMSO , JR. aginaw, Michigan Dee rfield Academy

Medu a; Re itali za tio n orps; TRIPOD; Bas ball, Fre hm路 n and ar ity apt in ; P i Ups ilo n

MRS. SONYA E. SYDORAK

LAWRE TOM

WAH-CHA

Honolulu, Ba, a ii Punahou hool

Re italization Corps; Bureau; Theta Xi

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GEORGE EUCE E WCISLO DR. RICHARD B. CRAWFORD

Hartford, Connecticut Hartford High School

occer, Fr shman


DR. ROBERT H. SMELLIE, JR., Chairman

Chemistry

CRIST NICHOLAS FILER

HUGH BOYD WOODRUFF

Windsor, Connecticut Windsor High School

Watchung, New Jersey Watchung Hill Regional High School

Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma

Intramural Board; Sigma Pi Sigma; IKA


DR. JAMES K. HEEREN

~ DR. RALPH 0. MOYER, JR.

DR. HENRY A. DEPHILLIPS, JR.


Chemistry DR. RICHARD D. BARNES

DR. EDWARD BOBKO


DR. JOHN C. WILLIAMS, Chairman

Classics

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DR. A THO Y

. MACRO


JOSEPH BOOTHROYD EWBANK Hendersonville, North Carolina Christ School

Acolytes; Chapel Choir; Crucifers; Lay Reader

DR. JAMES R. BRADLEY

LEO CHARLES FARRENKOPF, JR.

WILLIAM CHARLES GRANVILLE

WILLIAM RUSSELL PAGE, JR.

Teaneck, New Jersey Saddle River Country Day School

Lloyd Harbor, ew York Saint Peter's Preparatory School

Winnetka, Illinois Lake Forest Academy

Chess Club, President; Kappa; Phi Mu Delta

Crew, Freshman; Phi Mu Delta

Chapel Choir; Glee Club

Phi .B eta


DR. RICHARD SCHEUCH, Chairman

Economics

CHRISTIAN KRAFT DAHL

LESLYE DAVIS

New London, Connecticut New London High School

Colorado Springs, Colorado Cheyenne Mountain High School

Atheneum; Crown Investment League, Chairman; Matrix Fund, Chairman; Phi Mu Delta, Treasurer

Theta Xi

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THOMAS RICHARD DIBENEDETTO Everett, Massachusetts Everett High School

AIESEC; Crown Investment League; Economics Club; Intramural Board; Base ball, Freshman; Football; Freshman and Varsity; Pi Gamma Mu


LOWEN KASSNER HANKIN Abington, Pennsylvania Abington High School

Crown Investment League; Hillel Society, Vice-President; Jesters; Senate; WRTC-FM; College Financial Board; Phi Mu Delta, Vice-president; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Kappa

MR. FRANCIS J. EGAN

DR. WARD S. CURRAN 25


MITCHELL ROBERT HANKIN Melrose Park, Pennsylvani a Chelten ham High School

Senate; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Kappa Alpha

DR. ROBERT A. BATTIS

JAY TABB HOSTETTER Hanover, Pennsylvania Saint And rew's School

Alpha Chi Rho

RICHARD HENRY SCHAEFER Da rien, Connecticut Darien High School

FEC; Student Activities Fund, Treasurer; Junior Advisor; Mather Hall Board of Governors; Senate, Treasurer; Crew, Junior Vari sty and Var ity; Theta Xi, Treasurer


DR. LEROY DUNN

Economics

VICTORIA LOU SCHOTT New York, ew York The Hewitt School

AIESEC; Cerberus; Tennis, Varsity; St Anthony Hall

GEORGE WILLIAM SCHWERT, III Lexington, Kentucky Sayre School

Crown Investment League, VicePresident; Economics Club; Pi Gamma Mu; IKA, Treasurer

HOWARD WEINBERG New York City, ew York DeWitt Clinton High School

Crew, Junior Varsity; Swimming, Freshman; Football, Freshman and Varsity


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THOMAS ROGER BRIGGS Manchester, Connecticut Manchester High School

Sigma Pi Sigma

MR. AUGUST E. SAPEGA, Acting Chairman

Engineering

PIETER JAMES CRUSON MR. THEODORE R. BLAKESLEE, II

Easton, Connecticut Joel Barlow High School 29


MARIETTE STARR BADGER Greenwich, Conn cticut Ro mary Hall High School

DR.

J. BARD MCNULTY, Chairman

English CHRISTOPHER HART BAKER Newca tie, Maine Pomfret School

Al E EC; Glee Club

GREGORY ALAN BEEDY Lexington, Massachu etts Le ington High School

AIESEC, Treasurer; FEC; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer; Golf

MARGARET HALE CLEMENT Buffalo,

ew York We tover School

Jun ior Advi or; TRIPOD

BRUCE EDWARD COLMA Berkeley, California Berkeley High School

New Collegiate jazz Band ; Trinity Brass En 路emble; I Y


ROBERT FREEMAN DAVIDSON West Hartford, Connecticut The Robinson School

PETER WILLIAM DEVINE

ROBERT BRYAN FAWBER

Pleasantville, New York Pleasan tville High School

West Hartford, Connecticut Hall High School

IVY; TRIPOD

Intramural Board; Golf; Soccer, Freshman and Varsity; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Vice-President, and President

AIESEC; Chapel Committee ; Croquet Society; IVY; Young Republicans, Treasurer; Pi Kappa Alpha

KATHLEEN LOUISE FREDERICK Scarsdale, ew York Maria Reginia High School

MATTHEW AUGUSTINE HEARD Chevy Chase, Maryland Gonzaga High School

Baseball, Freshman; Freshman; Phi Kappa Psi

MR. JOHN A. DANDO Football,


CHARLES EDWARD JACOBSON, III Manchester, Connecticut Taft School

IKA

DR. PAUL SMITH

EDWARD BESHARA KARAM, JR. Pittsfield, Massachusetts Pittsfield High School

Acolytes; J esters; Bas ke tb a ll , Freshman and Varsity Manager; Soccer, Freshman Manager; Track, Freshman and Varsity Manager

DR. JAMES L. POTTER


D. BRUCE MAHAFFEY Dallas, Texas Bryan Adams High School

FED; SDS; Junior Advisor; Chapel Committee; Tennis, Varsity; Squa h, Freshman; Saint Anthony Hall

MR. DANIEL B. RISDON

English ROBERT TAYLOR MANN Sewickley, Pennsylvania Sewickley Academy

FEC; Soccer, Freshman and Var ity; Swimming, Var ity; Alpha Chi Rho

BEVERLY DIAMOND MAYR

JOHN WARREN MILLIKEN

ANNE GILBERT POMEROY

We t Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

Greenwich, Connecticut Saint Mark's School

Poquonock, Connecticut Chaffee School

Hockey, Co-captain; Saint Anthony Hall

IKA; Phi Kappa Psi


PAUL SHATTUCK REG TJER We t .H artford, onnecticut Salisbury chool

Gho t Spirit Society; \ RTC- FM ; Delta Kappa Ep ilon, ecretary and ic -Pr ident

DR. RALPH M. WILLIAMS

English JOHN OGILBY SA DS Gambrill , Mar land verr hool

Phi Mu Delta

MICHAEL EDWI SCAMMO DR. RICHARD P. BENTO

Amesbury, l\la sachusett Hebron cademy

College Affairs Fre hman

ommittee;

occer,


ALBERT MARSTON SMITH Saint Paul, Minnesota Saint Paul Academy

Phi Beta Kappa

MR. STEPHEN MINOT

KENT WALTER TARPLEY

GERALD NEIL VANAKEN

PETER DUNLAP VAN NESS

Crystal Lake, Illinoi Crystal Lake Community High School

Baltimore, Maryland Parkville High School

Lake Forest, Illinois Brooks School

Acolytes; Newman Club; Phi Mu Delta

Football, Freshman

Soccer, Freshman; Alpha Delta Phi

SUZANNE DEFOREST WILSEY Riverside, Connecticut Greenwich Academy

Crucifer ; Christian Fellowship; Trinity Poetry Center; Junior Advisor; Lay Reader; REVIEW, Editor-in-Chief

DR. HUGH S. OGDEN


BONITA FR ti ~t, , ew York ti -;t Cttholi<路

DR

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EL R. T. .MAHO

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路ademy

Y, Chairman

Fine Arts

MELVI r SOUTHWOR II KE. TDlUCK Wendham, ,\fa -- ac ht~ setts Philip c,tdem)

WILLIA~

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w Jer ey Madi n, Trinity-Pawling chool

colyte ; Swimming, Fr hman; Phi Kappa P i, Pr ident

LOUISE BROOK

RI KI:\"


CHARLES EDWARD SHOUSE Colorado prings, Colorado Palmer High School

TRIPOD; Dish Crew; Saint Anthony Hall

MR. MITCHELL N. PAPPAS

JAMES KEVIN WOLCOTT MR. HANS-DIETRICH FROESE

Cranston, Rhod e Island Cranston High School West

Experimental Programs Committee; Basketball, Freshman and Varsity


DR. GEORGE B. COOPER, Chairman

History

JAMES CURTIS AMIS Durant, Oklahoma Durant High School

Acolytes; Monarchist Society; Young Republicans, Vice-president

MATTHEW THOMAS BIRMINGHAM, III

CHRISTOPHER PAUL BLOOMSBURCH

Norwalk, Connecticut The Taft School

Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School

Hockey; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity Co-Captain; Alpha Delta Phi, President

Glee Club; Theta Xi


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WILLIAM NICHOLAS BOOTH

DR. ROBERT B. OXNAM

South Lincoln, Massachusetts Brooks School

Chapel Choir; Glee Club; Travelers; Pipes and Drums, President; Saint Anthony Hall; Crew, Freshman and Varsity; Squash, Freshman and Varsity

WILLIAM POMEROY BORCHERT

LAWRENCE LLOYD BRUCKNER

Madison, Connecticut Wooster School

Thomson, Illinois Thomson High School

Connecticut Intercollegiate Student Le~islature; Croquet Society; Speakers Bureau; Corinthian Yacht Club; Young Republicans, Vice-President, President; Crew, Freshman; Pi Gamma Mu, President; Pi Kappa Alpha

Atheneum; Secretary-Treasurer; Band; Chapel Committee; Crown Investment League; Glee Club; Intercollegiate Student Legislature; IVY; Mather Hall Board of Governors; Political Science Club; WRTC-FM; Young Republicans, Chairman; Baseball, Freshman Manager; Football, Freshman Manager

JEFFREY RA WLE CLARK ViJJanova, Pennsylvania Saint Paul's School

Medusa; Crew, Freshman Captain and Varsity; Soccer, Freshman CoCaptain and Varsity Co-Captain; Psi Upsilon

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DR. H. MCKIM STEELE, JR.


DAVID MARTIN COVEY Great eck, New York Hotchkis School

Golf; Phi Kappa Psi

DR. GLENN WEAVER

History CHRISTOPHER DARCY CUR WEN Westwood, Massachusetts Westwood High School

Tennis; Track, Varsity; Sigma Nu

GEORGE KEITH FUNS'!ON, JR. Greenwich, Connecticut Phillips Academy

FEC; Cerberus; Medusa; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Saint Anthony Hall

DR. EDWARD W. SLOAN, III


ROBERT EDWARD GARRETT MR. JAM

Berkele , California Berke le II igh chool

col ytcs; Cru ifers; Je ters, Presid nt; La. Reader

NORDENSCOTT

ILB RT

Winnetka, Illinoi New Trier Hig h cbool

PETERJOH

JE KELU AS

e w Brita in, Connecticut e w Brita in Hi gh chool

Chapel Committee; Chapel Choir; lee Club, Publicity Manag r ; TCC; Junior dvi or; OD Squad; T Planning Committ ; Theta Xi

FE ; lpha

hi Rho

JOH N ALBERT KI G, II Princeto n, N w Jersey Princeton High c hool Athen urn; Theta Xi

SYDNEY KUDER, JR. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania pringfl ld Hig h C'hool

DR. PHILIP

. BA KWITZ

Chapel hoir; Ghost Shirt Society; Glee Club; Concert Choir; Connecticut Intercollegiate Student Legi lature


HOWARD LEWIS, III Van Wert, Ohio Thacher School

Rev italization Corps; Golf; oc er, Fr hman; Track, Freshman; Phi Kappa Pi

DR.

ORTON DOWNS

History Pitt ford, cw York Saint Paul's School

Matri Fund, Co-Chairman; P i Upsilon; Cr w, Fre hman and Var ity, Captain; occer, Freshman

CRAIG FRISCH MAIER Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Country Day School

Young Republicans; Track, Freshman; Theta Xi, Treasurer

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ALA LEWIS MARCHISOTTO Bald win, New York Baldwin HighS hool

Acolytes; Croquet ociety; Crucifer ; IVY, Editor-in-Chi f and Editorial Advisor; Lay Reader; Medu a; TRIPOD, Contributing Editor; Young Republicans, Trea urer; Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu

JOHN CHRISTOPH ~ R MASSEY Chadds Ford, Pennsy l a ni.l Phillip Exeter Academ>

Athen um, Vi e-Prt•sidt•nt; Year Abroad

Junior


PHILIP MICHAEL MCGOOHA West Hartford, Conne ticut Conard High chool

Economic lub; Intramura l Board; Tinidad , Busines Manager; B ~t. eball, Freshman; Football, Fr hman; lpha Delta Phi

BRIAN EDWARD MEYERS

JO ATHAN EDWIN MILLER

Milford, Connecticut Milford High chool

Wilmington, Delaware Friend School

Revi talization

C rberu ; Junior Advisor; Crew, Junior Varsity; Football, Freshman and Varsity Captain; Saint Anthony Hall

orps

ROSEMARY A. MORANTE Plainville, Connecticut Plain ville High School

ROBERT HE RY MULLER ew Canaan, Connecticut ew Can.aan High

DR. E GE E W. DAVIS

Ghost Shirt Society; Young Republicans; Baseball, Freshman; Phi Mu Delta


PETER MARTIN O'BEIRNE, JR. Norwood, Massachusetts Norwood Senior High School

PHILIP MARK OLANDER

WILLIAM JAY OVERTREE

Middletown, Connecticut Woodrow Wilson High School

Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Country Day School

Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu

Junior Advisor; Young Republicans; Theta Xi

Intramural Board; Newman Club; Basketball, Freshman; Theta Xi

History SCOTT NELSON PHILLIPS Manchester, Massachusetts Saint Paul's School

AIESEC; Cerberus; Football, Freshman ; Hockey; Lacrosse, Freshman Captain and Varsity; Saint Anthony Hall

JOSEPH HERSEY PRATT, II

DONALD HENRY PUGH, JR.

JOHN DOUGLAS ROLLINS

Hartford, Connecticut Westminster School

Springfield, Pennsylvania The Haverford School

Shelburne, Vermont New Paltz High School

Soccer, Freshman; Track, Freshman and Varsity; Psi Upsilon

Crew, Junior Varsity and Varsity

Senate; Crew, Freshman and Junior Varsity; Alpha Chi Rho


DAVID MCBRIDE SAMPLE Pawling, New York Trinity- Pawling School

Cerberus; FEC; Mather Hall Board of Governors; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Lacrosse, Freshman; Psi llpsilon

THE REV. DR. BORDEN W. PAINTER

DAVID SARASOHN North Bergen, ew Jersey Fie ldston School

Senate; TRIPOD; Saint Anthony Hall; Pi Gamma Mu

FRAZIER GEARY SCOTT

ALAN JOHN SOUTHARD

We tport, Connecticut Staples High School

augatuck, Connecticut Naugatuck High School

Soccer, Freshman ; Theta Xi

Glee Club; Newman Club; Pi Kappa Alpha

JEFFREY CHARLES STURGESS Pine Orchard, Connecticut Tabor Academy

Clio Society; Soccer, Freshman; Squash, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Delta Phi, Treasurer


DR. WALTERJ. KLIMCZAK

Mathematics

MR. ROBERT C. STEWART


LOUIS KOSSUTH BIRINYI, JR. ew London, Connecticut New London High School

MRS. MARJORIE V. E. BUTCHER

Junior Advisor; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa

DOUGLAS EVERITTÂŁ CREE E Pawcatuck, Connecticut Stonington High School

Jun ior Advisor; Football, Freshman and Var ity; Lacrosse, Freshman; Alpha Delta Phi

DR. MARIO J. POLIFERNO ANDREW LAWRENCE LIPPS Swampscott, Massachusetts Swamp cott High School

Junior Advisor; Senate; Theta Xi, President; Phi Beta Kappa

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DR. GEORGE A. A DERSO

DR. DON A. MATTSON

Mathematics

MR. DAVID R. JOHNSON, JR.

DR. EMMET F . WHITTLESEY


NANCY ANN HEFFNER Cincinnati, Ohio Wyoming High School

Bradford Junior College Transfer Student; Cerberus; German Club; Psi Upsilon

DR. MICHAEL R. CAMPO, Chairman

Modern Languages DEBORAH DAVENPORT IANNITTO Cincinnati, Ohio The Hillsdale School

PAUL JOHN LALIBERTE

HAROLD GLEASON MORSE

LAURASANDERSSOHVAL

Hol yoke, Massachusetts Holyoke High School

Decatur, Georgia Baylor School

NewYork, New York Riverdale Country School

Junior Year Abroad; Glee Club

Cerberus; Glee Club; Theta Xi

Junior Advisor; Senate


DR. DONALD D. HOOK

Modern Languages DR. ROBERT P. WATERMAN

MR. RONALD

J. QUIRK

MR. LAWRENCE R. STIRES, JR.


DR. ARNOLD L. KERSON DR. GUSTAVE W. ANDRIAN

DR. CARL V. HANSEN

DR. MICHAEL J. PRETINA, JR.


BRUCE ALAN HARMON Auburn, Maine Edward Little High School

Glee Club, Asst. Conductor; Asst. Chapel Organist; Theta Xi

DR. CLARENCE H. BARBER, Chairman

Music NORMA JEAN SCHREIBER New Britain, Connec ticut Northfield School

Chapel Singers; Concert Choir; Trinidads

TIMOTHY DWIGHT WOOLSEY MR. ROBERT E. CRONQUIST 52

Bethesda, Mar{la nd Landon Schoo

Chamber Players, President; Glee Club; Revitalization Corps; Trinidads; Alpha Delta Phi


Senior Recital

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DR RICHARDT. LEE, Chairman

EDWINBERK DR DREW A. HYLAND

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania Cheltenham High School

New Collegiate Jazz Band; Brass Ensemble; Philosophy Club, Cochairman; Phi Beta Kappa


ALFONSO LINWOOD CARNEY, JR. Norfolk, Virgin ia Washington High School

Acolytes; Philosophy Club; TCB; IKA

DR. WESLEY M. BROWN

Philosophy

KENNETH PARK WINKLER Bellerose, ew York Bronx High School of Science

Philosophy Club, Secretary; REVIEW, Managing Editor; TRIPOD, Editor; Saint Anthony Hall; Swimming, Freshman

DR. BLANCHARD W. MEANS


MR. KARL KURTH JR., Chairman

Physical Education

MR. DAVID R. BURAN

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MR. JACK DANIELS

MR. DONALD G. MILLER


MR. ROBERT E. SCHUL TS

MR. CHESTER H. MCPHEE

MR. ROY A. DATH

MR. FRANK J. MARCHESE


JOSEPH ANTHONY ANGIOLILLO, JR. Hartford, Connecticut Bulkeley High School

Chess Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Sigma Pi Sigma

DR. CHARLES R. MILLER, Acting Chairman

Physics Astronomy CHARLES ZACHARY GREENBAUM Marblehead, Massachusetts Marblehead High School

Band路 Hillel Society; Mather Hall Board of Governors; Fencing; Sigma Pi Sigma Deceased, May 21, 1971.

DR. F. WOODBRIDGE CONSTANT 58

JAMES HENRY MILLER Elgin, Illinois Elgin High School

Junior Advisor; IKA


DR. THOMAS J. SCHMUGGE

DR. ALBERT J. HOWARD

DR. BRADLEY W. PERRY

DR. F. SHIRLEY JONES DR. ROBERT LINDSAY 59


PAUL BASCH West Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

DR. SAMUEL HENDEL, Chairman

Political Science EDWARD ALFRED BEACOM, IV Wilmington, Delaware Tower Hill School

FEC; Junior Advisor

PETER WHITNEY BENNETT

LEON ALAN BLAIS

SHELDON BEDLOE CROSBY

Cape Elizabeth, Maine Cape Elizabeth High School

Pawtucket, Rhode Island Pawtucket West High School

McLean, Virginia Groton School

WRTC-FM, Program Director 60

TRIPOD; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Hockey; Lacros e, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Delta Phi


STEVEN WESLEY DELANO Bristol, Connecticut Bristol Eastern High School

Cerberus; Crew, Varsity; Theta Xi

FREDERICK KELLOGG GOODHUE Williamsburg, Ma sachuse tts Avon High School

DR. CLYDE D. MCKEE

ROBERT VICTOR HAAS, JR.

ROBERT BRUCE HURST

Canton, Ohio Western Reserve Academy

Omaha, Nebraska Westside High School

Junior Advisor; Senate; TRIPOD; WRTC-FM; Lacrosse, Freshman; Soccer, Freshman and Varsity

TCAC, Chairman; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity

KAREN ANNE LEWCHIK DR. REX C. NEAVERSON

Berlin, Connecticut Berlin High School


DARRYL FRANCIS MADEY Suffield, Connecticut Suffield Academy

DR. ALBERT L. GASTMANN

RICHARD JOHN MAZZUTO East Orange, New Jersey Tabor Academy

Football, Freshman and Varsity; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Delta Phi; IKA, Vice-President

EDWARD WILLIAM OSIPOWICZ, JR. ew Britain, Connecticut New Britain Senior High School

Mather Hall Board of Governors; Political Science Club; Revitalization Corps; Young Republicans; Delta Phi; IKA

JOHN PAUL REALE Holl ywood, Florida Chaminade High chool

Athle tic Advisory Council, Secretary; FEC; N wman Club; Senate; Crew, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Chi Rho, President

GREGORY BARKER SHEPARD Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Westminster School

DR. KUMBALE N.

AYAK


PAUL BURTON SMYTH Manchester, Connecticut Manchester High School

New Collegiate Jazz Band; Intramural Board, Secretary; Baseball, Freshman and Varisty; Soccer, Freshman; Pi Kappa Alpha, VicePresident

DR. JAMES R. COBBLEDICK

Political Science GEORGE KERN STEARNS Cincinnati, Ohio Taft School

Clio Society; Alpha Delta Phi, VicePresident

CLINTON ANDREW VINCE Garden City, New York Garden City High School

Faculty Assistant; Junior Advisor; Political Science Club; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Phi Kappa Psi, ice- President

ROY ALBERT WENTZ, III

JAMESWU

Wilmington, Delaware Friends School

Orange, Connecticut Amity Regional High School

TRIPOD, Sports Editor, Associate Editor; Golf, Freshman and Varsity Co-Captain

Atheneum, Treasurer; Chess Club; Senate; Theta Xi, Vice-president; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-President


DR. GEORGE W. DOTEN, Chairman

Psychology

LI DA JU E AVSEEV W t Hartford, Connecticut Weaver High chool

Hillel Society; Junior Advisor

GERARD WILLIAM BARTL TT

WIL JAM JOSEPH B LISLE,

Rumson, New j ersey Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High chool

Li bon, Connecticut orwich Free Academy

CITE; Senate; Delta Kappa Ep ilon

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ROBERT OLIVER CARR Potomac, Maryland Landon School

EDWARD CLIFFORD CUTLER Ambler, Pennsylvania Germantown Academy

FEC; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Lacrosse, Freshman; Sigma Nu

ROY ALAN DUDLEY West Springfield, Massachusetts West Springfield High School

IVY; Mather Hall Board of Governors; TRIPOD; WRTC-FM

JOHN STEWART DURLAND, III Darien, Connecticut Darien High School

Revitalization Corps; Basketball, Freshman; Cross Country, Freshman and Varsity Captain; Track, Freshman and Varsity

DOUGLAS ROBERT EVARTS West Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

Photography Club; IVY; Alpha Chi Rho

DR. M. CURTIS LANGHORNE


WILLIAM COLLIER FOUREMAN Fort Thomas, Kentuckr Highlan ds H igh Schoo

SUSAN ANN GRACE

PETER JORDAN HARTMAN

Rye, New York Rye Coun ty Day School

W ellesley, Massachusetts Noble and Greenough School

Cerberus; Chapel Choir; Gl ee Club; Psychology Club; Phi Kappa Psi

Mather Hall Board of Governors; TRIPOD; WRTC-FM

ALBERT HUMPHREY

MICHAEL WARD JAMES

LAURA JUNE KAPLAN

Philadelphia, Pennsylva nia Central High School

Bethesda, Maryla nd London School

Woodstock, Connecticu t Woodstock Acade my

Glee Club, Librarian; Junior Advisor; TCB

Junior Advisor; Baseball, Freshman and Varsity; Football, Freshman and Varsity Captain; Phi Kappa Psi

Goucher College Transfer Student; Cerberus; Woman's Advisor y Council; Junior Advisor

DR. EDWARD CALLANAN


DAVID EDWARD KEARNS Manchester, ew Hampshire Manchester High School

Alpha Chi Rho; Tennis

DR. GEORGE C. HIGGINS, JR.

Psychology ALEXANDER WINN KENNEDY Shaker Heights, Ohio Hawken School

FEC; IVY; Psychology Club; TRIPOD; Phi Kappa Psi, Secretary and President; Phi Beta Kappa

SPENCER RICHARD KNAPP ew Canaan, Connecticut Saint Andrew's School

Cerberus; Saint Anthony Hall; Pi Gamma Mu; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Squash, Freshman and Varsity Captain

CHRISTOPHER RIDGWAY KNIGHT Lisbon, Portugal Lawrenceville School

Lacrosse, Freshman; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity Captain; Alpha Chi Rho

LOUIS PETER LAWRENCE Framingham Center, Massachusetts Saint Mark's School

Cerberus; Junior Advisor; Medusa; Hockey Club; Saint Anthony Hall


Psychology DR. KARL F. HABERLANDT

MARK BRYAN MACOMBER

GEORGE GUY MATAVA

PETER MASON MILLER

Albany, New York Albany Academy

Avon, Connecticut Avon High School

Villanova, Pennsylvania Episcopal Academy

Soccer, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Chi Rho

Intramural Board; Junior Advi or; Baseball, Freshman ; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Chi Rho

Intr am ural Board; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Squash, Freshman; Alpha Delta Phi, Corresponding Secretary

MICHAEL WILLIAM REINSEL

GLENN W I LLIAM RYER

ROBERT DAVIS STEIGERWALT, JR.

Wyomissing, Pennsylvania Wyomissing Area High School

Cresskill, New Jersey Cresskill High School

IVY; Track, Freshman and Varsity

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Shad y Side Academy

Cerberus, Vice-President; IVY, Business Manager; Senate; Soccer, Freshman; Psi Upsilon


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JAMES GARRETT WALLEY

JAMES BENSON WEBBER

Worce ter, Massachu etts orth High School

Hastin gs, Nebraska Has tin gs Senior High School

Providence, Rhod e Island Brooks School

Chapel Committee; Glee Club, Manager; Lay Reader; Tennis, Freshman

Acolytes, Director; Chapel Committee; Crucifers; Glee Club; Pi Kappa Alpha

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J. MARVIN WHITE

RANDOLPH BENNETT WINTON

ANTHONY PETER YABLONSKI, JR.

Kansas City, Mis ouri Central Senior High School

Cerberus; Junior Advisor; TCB

eed ham, Massachusetts eedham High School

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ew Britain, Connecticut The Taft School

Chess Club, President; Phi Mu Delta

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ROBERT BENJAMIN, JR. Jenkintown, Pennsylvania Abington High School

FEC; Senate, Secretary; WRTC-FM ; Crew, Junior Varsity and Varsity; Football, Freshman and Varsity; Alpha Chi Rho, Treasurer

THE REV. DR. EDMOND L. CHERBONNIER, Chairman

Religion DAVID JAMES BROOKS Norwalk, Connecticut Brien McMahon High School

KENNETH LEE BROWNSTEIN New Haven, Connecticut Hillhouse High School

FEC; Trinity High School Seminar Director; Baker Scholar; Junior Advisor; Senate; Fencing; Alpha Chi Rho

CHRISTOPHER LEE EVANS Swampscott, Massachuse tts Swampscott High School

Acolytes; Chapel Committee, Chairman; Chapel Verger; Lay Reader; IKA; Delta Phi, Secretary

JONATHAN WARD GODS ALL King of Pruss ia, Pen nsylvania Upper Merion High School

FEC; Swimming, Freshman and Varsity Co-Captain; Alpha Chi Rho, Vice- President


MR. HERBERT 0. EDWARDS

THE REV. JOHN A. GETTlER, Acting Chairman

THE REV. DR. ALAN C. TULL

THE REV. DR. THEODOR M. MAUCH


CLIFFORD TOLMAGE HAUSER Port Washington, New York Schre iber High School

Glee Club; Corinthian Yacht Club, Commodore; Pipes, Director; WRTCFM; Phi Kappa Psi

THE REV. DR. F. EARLE FOX, JR.

Religion ROBERT SCOTT JENNINGS Darien, Connecticut The Taft School

Squash, Freshman; Phi Kappa Psi

RICHARD ALAN PRICE

JOHN MARTIN REZEK

FRANCES ANN ROHLEN

Roslyn, New York Rosly_n High School

Riverside, Illinois The Latin School of Chicago

Winnetka, Illinois New Trier East High School

Squash, Freshman; Tennis; Alpha Chi Rho

COLLAGE, Editor; Ghost Shirt Society; TCC; Curriculum Committee; Swimming, Freshman; Saint Anthony Hall

Cerberus; Philosophy Club; Tennis, Captain; Phi Kappa Psi


DR. DENNIS HUME WRONG

DR. NORMAN MILLER, Chairman

Sociology

ANTHONY JOSEPH DIBELLA MR. RICHARD K. FENN

Boston, Massachusetts Roxbury Latin School

AIESEC; Band; Glee Club; CITE; WRTC-FM; Lacrosse, Freshman and Varsity; Theta Xi


MR. GEORGE E. NICHOLS, III, Chairman

Theatre Arts

MR. DAVID F. ELIET


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ANN HOPKINS CARROLL Brooklandville, Maryland Garrison Forest School

MAJOR: Non-Western Studies

MR. ALEXANDER A. MACKIMMIE, JR., Professor of Education

Special Majors F. BRUCE FOXLEY Weston, Connecticut Staples High School

Band; Glee Club; Croquet Society; IVY, Assistant Editor; Pipes; Pi Kappa Alpha, Trea urer, MAJORS: Art History and History

DOMINICK FRANCIS FRANCO West Hartford, Connecticut I-lall High School

MAJORS: French and Comparative Literature

MAJOR RICHARD I. BRUBAKER, Professor of Aerospace Studies


MR. THOMAS H. SKIRM, Lecturer in Education

WILLIAM ROGER FULLER

DAVID GALBRAITH

Gales Ferry, Connecticut Ledyard High School

Northfield, Illinois Loyola Academy

Chess Club; Sigma Pi Sigma, MAJORS: Mathematics and Physics

President of Vassar Junior Class; Clement Lecture Committee; Senate; Fencing; Lacrosse, Varsity; Saint Anthony Hall, MAJOR: American Studies

HOWARD BRUCE GREENBLATT Hartford, Connecti cut Weaver High School

Basketball, Freshman Captain and Varsity Captain; Phi Beta Kappa, MAJORS: English and Religion

A. CHRISTOPHER HALL Barrington, Rhode Island Bulkeley High School

Band, Vice-President; Chess Club, President; Monarchist Society; Jesters, Publicity Manager; Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice-president, MAJORS: Mathematics and Physics

DR. MARTIN G. DECKER, Associate Professor of Education


RUSSELL PHELPS KELLEY,

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Lacrosse, Fre hman, gli h and Fren h

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Washington, Di trict of Columbia The idw ll Friends chool

Je ters路 TRIPOD; aint nthony Hall; Football, Fre hman; quash , Fre hman; Tenni , MAJOR: rab Studi

J. JA QUES LAGASSE Willimantic, Connecti ut Windh m fli gh chool

Non ich, onnecticut orwich Fr e Academ}'

M JOR : Mathema tic and Phy ics

Goucher Coli ge Tran fi r tud nt; Cerberus; Junior Advisor; Tennis, MAJOR: merican Studies

\ a rwic , Rhode Island Warwi k terans Memorial High chool

Gho t hirt o i ty; Je t r ; La Reader; enate; TRIPOD; v RT FM; Theta Xi, M JOR : P ychology and R ligion


LESLIE GALE PARR

JAY LLOYD SCHAEFER

DAVID WILLIAM SHAPPELL

Tul a, Oklahoma Holland Hall School

Kew Gardens, ew York The Kew Forest School

Manchester, New Hampshire Manchester Memorial High School

Bradford Junior College Tran fer; Pi Gamma Mu, MAJOR: Non-Western Stu die

IVY; Revitalization Corps; TRIPOD; Theta Xi, MAJORS: Economics and English

Lay Reader; Delta Phi Alpha; Crew, Junior Varsity; Swimming, Freshman; IKA, MAJORS: Mathematics and German

JOHN FREDERICK KROLLMANN TYNER

THELMA MARIE WATERMAN

Alexandria, Virginia Williams High School

Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Public High School

Crew, Freshman and Varsity, MAJOR: on-Western Studies

TCAC; Urban and Environmental Studies Advisory Committee, MAJOR: Education/Sociology

MICHAEL EDWARD TRIGG West Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

Atheneum; Hillel Society; Pr ceptorial Program; Student Speaker ' Bureau; TRIPOD; IVY, Assistant Editor, Associate Editor; TCAC; Revitalization Corps; Phi Beta Kappa, MAJORS: Biology and French

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DR. THEODORE D. LOCKWOOD, President

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MR. THOMAS A. SMITH, Vice President

MR. EDWIN P. NYE, Dean of the Faculty

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MR. HARRY 0. BARTLETT, Assistant to the President

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MR. W. HOWIE MUIR, Director of Admissions


MR. E. MAX PAULIN, Assistant Director of Admissions

MR. DEL ALAN SHILKRET, Director of Mather Campus Center

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MR. JOHN L. HEYL, Alumni Secretary

MR. RALPH L. MADDRY, Registrar


MR. MARC S. SALISCH, Dean of Community Life

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MR. LEWIS J. GOVERMAN, Assistant Registrar


MR. RALPH D. ARCARI, Chief of Readers' Services

MR. DONALD B. ENGLEY, Librarian

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MR. PETER J. KNAPP, Reference Librarian


MR. IVAN A. BACKER, Special Assistant for Community Affairs

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MR. HERBERT 0. EDWARDS, Assistant Dean for Human Relations


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Seasons come and seasons go. Terms begin and end. Chapel, longwalk, and cave remain, but the old Trinity changes through the prism and journey of I. Freshman year: a nest of fears and ambitions. Marks are made as are friends for the love and approval of an isolated ego that needs personal recognition and entrance into higher education. At Trinity, the same older drives flow into new forms and groups are formed and new friendships click on past identity and new loyalties are forged and everyone asks who am I and who are you? Say hello if you wish or tighten your defense and find yourself some boots and walk hard or look for those Around who make you feel who you are or could be. Dreams are fulfilled for some: some shatter others. Many aren't looking, but are pacing a rhythm from library to classroom, vacation, and summer. Vernon street is almost mystique; forbidden but a promised delight. Sophomore year everything picks up supposedly but don't ask why and spring roadies and fraternity rushes sweeten things and one awaits the summer and the .next school year. And the girls are coming. And the girls are coming.

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Sophomore year is the year of the clan. Because a soph is not a frosh, empty, bewildered, lost. A soph knows and nods. More faces are familiar and groups return to em brace the confidence of each other in suite, apartment, and fraternity. The girls have come, but roadies and weekends remain. Transition is painful. Formal arrang~ment and the ego and disguise that buila skillfully for the Saturday-Sunday bust are painfully blue over Monday morning' coffee. She is but a me and a you. She stinks and swears and houses in denim across the hall, all with suitcase, lipstick and flirtatious demure. See her if you might, ask her for an vening if you dare, but she's not yours, nor your problem and if you go with her but once, you need not explain or plan the security of a rendezvous. For you might just smoke with her tomorrow or bump into her at your mailbox in a fit of sorrow at noon. And its fun to have her there. Lost is the facade of hofeless match. She is less of a thing and less of a dream, and less o a game, but more a companion, and more a friend. But sophomore year may find one no nearer to who am I and who are you. The world is large and Trinity small. And the group you are surrounded in may have grown restless or stale. And the many so many other people in other groups whose faces one knows but not knows abound and even threaten. Maxbe you haven't found what you were looking for or what you really want or what really is. Time for a change. Junior year: Bon Voyage! Summer or foreign excursions separate you from group, and customs, and perhaps boredom. Open semester asks: can you really fly? And one hopes so and one learns faith, and a new culture, and the feeling of stranger. And you discover that friendship could mean dependency and trust a giving in or a big hug and a swallowing of the rugged individual, self-sufficient unto himself. You need not be your own separate culture or intellect or play your cool until your image erodes or finds dizzying heights.

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Each I exudes his creative dance and the distance between I and you need not exclude. If a glance forbodes a weakening or anger, fear not. Each day might restore if one forgets before and lets pass and dances even when choking or lost. Groups still form from the structure of casual acquaintance but the barriers do open and the doors can dissolve between you and me and us and them and somebody who's everybody, who's we.

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CATCH A FALLING STAR & PUT IT IN YOUR POCKET (a polyformal discourse on the dimensions of dissolution and ruled 3-ring-binder paper) here's what happened. first, i left high school for a higher education. sure it was the thing to do & not only for that reason welcome. punctually, no more than a handful of years later, with hardly a .w himper & no shove, came its end (nature goes on; so must the show). oh carol, i am but a fool darling, i love you though you treat me cruel uncertainly but without surprise or celebration, mimeographed letters were stuffed inviting individuals to "submit essays on what (they) feel TRINITY (sic) has meant to them." tired of drawing a blank, this happened, clinging to an interest in history, when i tried. (the operations are by chance; the units were given.) "To sing of Wars, of Captains, and of Kings, Of Cities founded, Common-wealths begun, For my mean pen are too superior things: Or how they all or each their dates have run, Let Poets and Historians set these forth, My obscure Lines shall not dim their worth." -Anne Bradstreet, "Prologue"


no thread of n1agic fe II near your ear? there's nothing you can put your finger on'? just a little unsure? you can join the crowd. last \Vords are no \vill and seldorn amount to a testament. einstein's last \vorcls \vere spoken in german, a language his nurse, the only listener, never learned. no parable is your explanation of four vears at .trinitv. , . suppose trinity \vere a sumn1er camp. they hire counsellors, figure out son1e activities and a\vards, send out catalogues, and call a trinity. \vhat happens if no one goes? it would still be summer. "You \Vere praised, my books, because I had just come from the country; I \vas t\venty years behind the times so you found an audience ready. I do not diso\vn you, do not diso\vn your progeny. l-Iere they stand \vithout quaint devices, 1-Iere they are \vith nothing archaic about them. Observe the irritation in general: 'Is this,' they say, 'the nonsense that \ve expect of poets' " -Ezra Pound, "Salutation the Second"


precisely what is it that we would preserve? there was the sit-in, community. we were the bearers of such things to this school. but today most find the new curriculum self-explained, take coeducation to be everyday, think the new adjudicative system mundane and consider the demise of the medusa and the senate an ancient happening. they are correct; these were meager, actions of a class for itself but not in itself. it is already too late for us. nowhere a genie. and it wasn't an eternity. it does little good to suggest we've done the best we could. at least it all clarified the significance of work. i keep trying to tell myself it's some other thing. but i know it's not a question of blame. now none of us can forget trinity. bounded by a cemetery and the cliff face called "the rock," we secured a clean well-lit place. there was no space for falling. the top 40 of colleges is very crowded. it's possible not to know. this is one of those painful times when description of the form exhausts the situation. 0

you come to a garden, agree on names, and are told to go. nothing spectacular. its happened since the beginning of time. there never was any cal! for complaint, least of all now. we fought for the american ball and now we 1eave the playing fields. "if dogs run free then why not we across the sweeping plain

... the best is always yet to come that's what they splained to me" -bob dylan, new morning


the long walk is over. it doesn't prove a thing. sometimes, it doesn't even leave you wondering. "If I could turn you on, if I could drive you out of your \Vrctched mind, if I could tell you I would let you know." -R.D. Laing, The Politics of Experience "the statement is pointless. the finger is speechless." -R.D. Laing, Knots i try to reflect on trinity, fairly naturally, but not without some . 路difficulty. there was the early morning; there were some lessons. i wonder what you're supposed to take away. without either love or laughter we'll be handed diplomas & a chance to move from black to grey. it seems there should be something special in this. no more? school? a parochial message to someone we can't console? college was such costly tinhorn trickery. why pretend? like vietnam, it's no easier to admit the life lost was in vain. the hope is in our hands. and something happens called a ceremony. it's no big thing, just a fact, like the moon. their processional can only mean now, finally, go your own way. the hope is more than in reach. now our apologies are even less forgiveable than this volume. our arms know now the feel of the columnsand we're not even blind. "So deep a sound fell down it grew to be A long soothsaying silence down and down. The crickets beat their tambours in the wind, Marching a motionless march, custodians." 0

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Ute Saine's approach to literatur taught m several things the most important of which is that I should be forever mindful of any literature studies which t ke me away from society and reality and plunge me into a I isure approach to reading to the ext nt that that lit rature for goes any possibility of causing an engagem nt betw en reality and the reader. My studies her at Trinity have though taken me away, directly, from society and reality, but they have brought me closer to an understanding of myself and my position in the world about me. Perhaps the purpos of an education in such a cloistered world as found here at Trinity is to do just that,-to take us away from the world and put us on the Isle of St. Pierre where lik Rouss au's solitary walker we dream, study, and reflect upon the world, upon man, and upon ourselves. Yet the paradox of the relevant education is too often reflective of the unique way an educatioR can have absolutely nothing to do with the way men die, the way and the why men war, and th way on can carve out a niche in the world to the bett rment of mankind.

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Even at night at Trinity we all remain visible to the others around us so that we are protected against attacks by others. The hour approaches 8 and 9, then 10-the same hours experi nc d upon waking, but then I know I don't have to hurry to a class to sit in a classroom with a bunch of students who upon hearing the very mentioning of the word test are off to the library to hibernate in order to vomit forth a perfect score of memorization. The night becomes the time to sit and reflect, to study, to hear the noises of passing students, to sm ll th r freshing aromatic scents of pot and incense. The night always brings back memories of freshman preceptorial meetings that extended into the wee hours of the mornings, yet brought many minutes of sensitive awareness to others, to myself, to the ticking of the second hand on my watch as one minute led into another.

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While studying French existentialism my s nior year, a member of my class described Beckett's writings as futil attempts to piece together a jigsaw puzzl that B ck tt knew would never fit together but he had to ke p on trying- and the interesting thing was that in each of his works the puzzle pieces always remained the same. So my ducation here at Trinity became, but n ver finished becoming, a futil s arch for answers-answers to questions that resulted from th shake-up over the past few years. The who, the why, and the where questions are no longer important for th y have and will continue to remain the same from on g n ration to the next. What counts now are the what questions and th how questions, for each of us must come to realize our respective limitations so that we can do with our live a w fit. In this way, the lecture hall gave way to the s minar and th objective examination went out under the pressur of students who demand d the paper, the essay or the thesis as a means of expressing what th y truly kn w. As I sit and write these thoughts on paper not knowing how one paragraph can tie in with another, I refl ct back on those highlights of my four years now conclud d at Trinity and try and imagine what I would hav don differently if my four years were to recommence. I suppos at this point my most significant failing is studying for the most part with the vast majority of the pre-medical students who through their aims, strivings, and aspirations stifl any and all learning processes simply to get another A or A- on their transcript. L;,homme sensible has to let the book drop som time to reflect on what h is, and how that which he i absorbing relates to his life, and how, if at all, what he is absorbing will be transmitted to the rest of his xist nee.

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Four years have now gone-in one lump sum. Change came to reside 'neath the elms just as it did in the society surrounding the campus. The status quo of the former Trinity community may have been disturbed, but still inherent in the Trinity education was and still is the principle that a student has the responsibility to make of his education what he wants it to be. He is his own creator; thus the opportunity is still there for the student to become sensitive and feeling to his world and to the world about him. I don't think there is any more we can ask of an institution than to provide an atmosphere where one can grow emotionally and intellectually.

MICHAEL E. TRIGG, '71

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The life and death of John Butler has had a tremendous impact upon the entire Trinity community. As the Director of Placement, Mr. Butler dedicated his life to guiding young men to a productive commitment in their adult careers, even when beset by serious illne s. Those older alumni who knew Mr. Butler, along with the parents of students and all hi friends, will remember him with their own unique and cherished memories ofhis friendship. Younger alumni who encountered him a undergraduates will recall with affection th tirele s efforts he expended to counsel them in their choice of careers. Members of the Faculty or Administration will remember him as a devoted colleague who erved Trinity under the administration of three Presidents. According to all who came in contact with John Butler, his whole life was one of service to hi fellow men. Trinity has lost a man of quality and distinction-one who be remembered and missed.

In Memoriam ]OH

F. B TLER

Charle Zachar Greenbaum entered Trinity ollege in the Fall of 1967. Although h wa trick n in the Spring of 1970 with the ailment which was to oon take his life he refu d to be disheartened. With an in piring display of faith, courage and determination he continued the work of his academic program at the campu up to v ithin a fev week of his death at the age of 22 on May 21, 1971. Hi Bachelor of Science Degree with Major in Physics wa awarded posthumou ly at the omm ncement xerci es on May 30, 1971. Charles wiU be remember d by his teach rs as a talented and dedicated science tudent with a mo t promising professional career 1 ing before him. He will be remembered by all his many friend at the College a a warm, friendly young man, who was ever cheerful and ready to help tho e in need. In the face of life's greatest te t he demm trated that the human spirit i far tronger than any physical adversity. We shall forever mourn hi los . Robert ind a Profe sor of Physic

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Trinity EXPE1 SE After Commencement 1884, the amount of the Treasu_rer' bills each year will be a follows:Tuition (Christma Term, 40; Trinity Term, $60), .. . ......... $JOO.OO Room-rent for eac h person, 100.00, $75.00, $60.00, $50.00, $30.00, or (wi th scholar hip), ... 25 .00 InciderHals, ... . ... . . ............... . ..................... 30.00 Heat, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.50 Total, $242.50, $217.50, $202.50, S 192.50, S 172.50, or ..... . . S 167.50 The cost of boa.r d for 36 weeks at $4.50 or $5.00 per week i $ 162.00 or 180.00. To thi must be added laundry charge , tog ther with the expense of books, furniture, clothing travel, and ociety fees, whi ch vary ac cording to the taste and habits of the studen t, and of which no es timate can b given.

ROOM A D 8 l 01 C ~he new build~gs were commenced in 1875. They are thoroughly dram d, well vent1lated and unsurpa -ed for convenience and comfort. In 1881 the o_rtham gat way was begun, and the we tern ide of th.e great quadrang]e 1 now complet d . E<l y acces from the city i ecured by m an 路 of str et-car running to th olleg ground . An excellen t athletic ground i provid_ed for ball playing and other out door spor t ; ther are also several temus courts, and a gymna ium. The rooms are a rranged so a 路 to provide for two tud nt rooming tog th er~ a ommon 路tudy and _separate ~ed -room . They are h at d by steam, ana lighted by ga , and venti latiOn 1 ecurc? by open ~re plac s. Water i 路 carried to every floor. By mean of spe 1al scholar h1ps the harges for room -rent are brought within the reach of all the stude nt . The site of the buildings i remarkable for its hea lthfulne .


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AMEN


Index SENIOR SECTION ADMI ISTRATIO ESSAYS T. Milligan S. Keeney W. Fuller M. Trigg

88 130 144 216

SPORTS Football Soccer Cross Country Basketball Swimming

71 122 134 146 156

Squash Hockey Fencing Tennis

Baseball

186 194 198

Crew

206

Lacrosse Track

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Senior Directory Ad air, M. J. Adams, P. W. A~erton, D. J. A drich, M. Alford, V. C. Ami ]. C. Andrick , L. C. Angiolillo, ) . A. Apr il!, . M. Avseev, L. J. Ayres, J. B. Bacon, R H. Badge r, M. . Baker, C. H. Barbour, j . R. Bar tow, B. C. Barth, M. C. Bartl ett, G. W. Bach, P. Beacom, E. A. B eed~, C. A. Belis e, W. ]. Benjamin, R. Benn ett, P. W. Bcrk, E. Be ch, C. A. Birinyi, L. K. Birmingham, M. T. Blais, L.A. B!oomsburgh, C. P. Booth, W. . Borchert, W. P. Bowe E. A. Bradford, W. E. Brigis, T. H. Broo 路s, D. J. Brownstein, K. L. Bruckner, L. L. Brun , D. W. Burton, R. P. Carlson, E. C. C arney, A. L. Carr, R. 0 . Carroll, A. H. asey, D. S. Castagno, A.]. Castronovo, B. J. lement, M. H. Colma n, B. E. Comeau, M. ) . Coriale, B. F. ovey, D. M. Cro bv, S. B. C rusO;l, P. ]. Cullen, P. C . Cu nnin gha m, B. L. Curwen. C. D. Cutler, E. Da hl, C. K. D avidson, R. F. D avis, L. Delano, S. W. De rrick, B. M. Devine, P. W. Dibble, C . R. DiBella, A. J. DiBenede tto, T. R. D ickl er, H. C. D ight, T. E. Dr ury, D. Dudley, R. A. Durla nd, }. . Endersby, D. L. Evan , . L. Evar ts, D . R.

P路ychology

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Engin eriug Economic E1 gli h

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English 58

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30 30 P ychology Religion Biology

64 60 60 30 64 70 6()

54 Biology

47 38 60 38 39 39 1.3

Psychology

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Spanish En~li sh

Psycho ogy

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30 30

Political cien e

36 40 60 29 Economic English

40 65 24 3J 24 61 13 31 13

73 24 Englis h Hi"tory Engineering

65 65

Art History

70 65

Ewbank, ]. B. Farrenkot, L. C. Fawb r, . B. Fentress, D. Filer, C. N. Follansbe H. Fora ti ere, A. A. Fo t r, B. Foulkrod, J. F. Foureman, \V. Foxley, F. B. Franco, D. F. Frederick, K. Freudenthal, S. F. Friedman, D. C. Fuller. W. R. Fu ns ton. C. K. Galbraith, D. Ganley, D. j . Garrett, R E. Carri 路on, M. B. Ce i e r, M. T. ilbert, . s. Cilfoyl , T. Gillette, M. T. Codsall, J. W. Goodhue, F. K. Cra e, . A. Graham, K. C. Granville, W. C. Craves, ]. H. Gr en, D. W. Green, . F. Greenbaum, C. z. Greenbla tt, H. B. Greene, D. E. Griffith, P. T. Griggs, J. E. Haas, R. Hai.n~ . C. Haji路 med , A. M. Hall A. C. Hankin, L. K. Ha nkin, M. H. Hardy, J. .H. Harmon, B. A. Ha rtma n, P. J. Hauer, C. T. Heard, M.A. HeiTner, N. A. Hos te tter, ]. T . Hou ston, ). H. Hull)phrey, A. Hurt, R. B. lannitto, D. D. Ja,-obson, . E. j ames, M. W. Jehl, ]. J. Je nkeluna , P. j . I e nnings, R. S. Je n en, R. W. ]ia nakop]os , S. ]. Kalbacker, J. W. Ka pla n, L. ]. Kara m, E. 13. K earn ~. D. E. Keeney, . H. Keith, V. P. M. Kelley, R. P. K ndri k, M. S. Kenn d y, A. W. Khoury, P. S. Ki ar i, D. R. King,) . A. KnaiJp, S . .R.

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Psychology

19 English

14 Soc iology PsycholoM

76 76 31 Economic 14

71 40

77 Political cience

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Biology 23 Economics His tor Histo ry 58

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Trinity Ivy 1971 THE EDITORIAL BOARD EDITOR-IN-CHIEF THEODORE J. KOWALSKI ASSOCIATE EDITOR MICHAEL E. TRIGG ASSIST ANT EDITOR F. BRUCE FOXEEY SENIOR SECTION EDITOR JAMES A. KOWALSKI BUSINESS MANAGER JOHN E. HEPPE Staff: R. Adams, C. Adrianowycz; G. Baldwin; Susan Brechlin; D. Daniels; R. Fawber; K. Fink; A. Marchisotto, Editorial Advisor; N. Perugini; W. Robbins, and P. Robiner Photographers: E. Bowe; B. Coleman; A. Dayno; R. Garrett; C. Greaves; L. Hotez; D. Lowe; L. Pistell; J. Prince; and R. Spiegelman. We would like to thank the following staff members for their great photographic contributions: J. Prince, R. Spiegelman; and M. Trigg. We would like to thank Mr. Harold Vaughan, Mrs. Barbara Mitchell of G. Fox & Co., Mrs. Milli Silvestri and the News Bureau and particularly Mr. David Lowe, the College photographer. We are also grateful for the assistance of Mr. Jim Findley of Bradbury, Sayles, O'Neill-Paragon. Tht• Editoral Board wishes to acknowledge permission to use material from the following sour<:es: R. D. Laing, The Politics of Experience. Pantheon Books. A Division of Random House, Inc., 1967 R. D. Laing, Knots, Pantheon Books1 A Division of Random How.e, Inc., 1970 Ezra Pound, "Salutation the Se<.-ond ·• New Directions Publishing Corporation Wallace Stevens, The Collected Poerm of Walwce Steve11S, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.. 1954

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