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1963 GRIST UNIVERSITY OF RHODE

ISLAND


DEDICATION

In 1947

John

F,

Quinn

appointed

was

as

Dean

of Men and Veteran's Councilor for the Rhode Island. ties of

patient

University of brought the quali and hard work leadership,

To Rhode Island he perseverance,

athlete, scholar, adventurer, writer, and adminis

as an

trator.

In the fifteen years that he has been with us, he

has assumed

a

position

campus, and has In 1957

as a

shaped the Dean Quinn

distinguished

leader

destinies of many

a

on

the

student.

appointed to the posi capacity until this year when, upon being appointed Dean of Students, he was forced to relinquish his advisory position owing to his added responsibilities. was

tion of GRIST Advisor and served in this

To the

friend

to

man

wht) has been

many, and

especially

a

to

father, advisor,

and

us; we, the staff of

the 1963 GRIST, dedicate this book

to

John

F.

Quinn.

Others have honored him for his many contributions to education, and many will honor him in the future, but

they

can

never, in

our

estimation, honor him enough.


As the class of

mark your

1963, you are leaving your University of Rhode Island. At graduation, your activities and accomplish the

on

class become a part of the perma record of your alma mater. We hope in return that we have left an indelible impression

ments as a nent

on

that you have

you

and have

set

a new

your feet upon

purposcfulness

a new

path because knowledge

of the patterns of thought and the that you have acquired here. But this is

Like

ciation.

only the beginning of our asso choosing a mate, in choosing a

you have made

college

a

life-time commitment.

What you do throughout your life will affect the university because you are a product of URI, and

its

by

products an organization is known. only the beginning of your ed

And this is

If you and we have done even reason well in the last four years, you will con tinue to learn throughout your life. You will ucation.

ably FRANCIS H. HORN

President

be

happy and interesting persons the puppet of popular opinion and who measures the world by his own inner scale one

who is

of those

never

of values. Wherever you go and whatever you may do, the university will keep a continuing interest in you and your accomplishments. We hope that when you are near Kingston you will stop to see us and that you and the university will benefit from a close association through the coming years.


PROFESSOR THOMAS G. RUSSELL

CLASS ADVISOR'S MESSAGE

me as your class advisor has af four years of pleasant associations with you and your capable officers. For this I am grateful.

Your selection of

forded

me

Congratulations your studies.

in intellectual and You

on

the successful

In your

accomplishment spiritual stature.

equipped qualify you to confronting our society. now

are

petence which

It is my

the ambition

hope to

with the tools and meet

of

the many

com

challenges

that you will have the courage and to mastet the ptob-

utilize these talents

lems of the free world, and

possibilities knowledge.

completion

you have grown

which lie

to

beyond

explore

the unlimited

the frontiers of human

Professor Thomas G. Russell


ERNEST W. HARTUNG Vice President


DEANS...

JAMES

W. EASTWOOD

Dean of Admissions


ARTHUR E. CUSTER Assistant Dean of Fine Arts

ROMAN

J.

ZORN

Dean of Arts and Sciences


GEORGE A. BALLANTINE Dean of Business Administration

BEVERLY DOWNING Dean of Home Economics

MARTHA O. SAYLES Dean of

Nursing

JAMES Dean of

W. COBBLE

Agriculture


EVERETT P. CHRISTOPHER Associate Dean of

Agriculmre

BORIS C. BELL

Memorial Union Director


FRANCIS P. ALLEN Librarian

.

.

PERSONNEL AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN

FRANK L. WOODS Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences

RHEA MEYERS Dental

Hygiene

EDMUND FARRELL

Registrar


CLARENCE E. MILLER

Department of Geology

COLONEL ELISHA O. PECKHAM ROTC

Department


ROBERT E. WILL

Department

of

Speech

LAMBERT C. PORTER

Department of Languages

CARL W. KAISER, JR. Department of Industrial Management


DONALD

Department

of

J. ZINN Zoology

WALTER L. SIMMONS

Department

of

English

M. DOROTHY MASSEY

PHILIP L. CARPENTER

Department of Women's Physical Education

Department

of

Bacteriology


ARNOLD V. CLAIR

Department

ROBERT LEPPER,

JR. Department of Botany

of Music


VIRGINIA V. CARPENTER

Department

of Textiles and

Clothing

JOSEPH L. CAIN Department of Art


ELIZABETH CRANDALL

Department of

Home

Management

RUSSELL C. SMART

Department

of Child

and

Development Family Relations

RUTH E. TUSKER

Department of Food and

Nutrition


im

J. GERRAUGHTY Department of Pharmacy

ROBERT

WILLIAM METZ

Department of History

Hill

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IIIII

iiiii


BROOKS A. SANDERSON

Department

of Business Administration

ROBERT ROCK A FELLOW

Department

of Economics

PIERRE SMITH

Department

of Pharmaceutical

Chemistry

JOHN J. DeFEO Department of Pharmacology

AARON J. ALTON Department of Marketing and Advertising


JOHN B. SMITH Department of Agricultural Chemistry C. BERNARD CLARKE

Department of Civil Engineering

EDWARD M.

Department

J.

PEASE

of Mathematics

CHARLES POLK

Department of Electrical Engineering


ROBERT WAKEFIELD

Department

of

Agronomy ERNEST ROY BEROUSEK

Department of

Animal and

Dairy

Science


fs

^^

JOHN T. KITCHIN Department of Horticulture

VANCE

Department of

Animal

J. YATES Pathology

WALTER P. GOULD

Department

of

Forestry


NIELS RORHOLM Department of Agricultural Economics


PHILIP H. WILSON

Department

of Mechanized

Agriculture

REUBEN MEHLING

Department of Journalism

FRANK HOWARD

Department of

Plant

Pathology

?|c^ .-4^,J

I MARVIN R. McCLUNG

Department of Poultry

Science

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SENIORS


JANET ALIEN

2') Greentidil A

STEVE ALVES

FRANCES ADAMSKI

45 Mello St.

10405 Truxton RJ. Adclphi, MD Business Admmisiration Delta Delta Delta

HARRY AMPAGOOMIAN

13" Pembtoke Ave. Piovidence S. RI

West

Watwick, RI

Arts & Science

EDWARD ANDERSON

EBBA ANDERSON

Bi-nham St. Atts & Science

Chailcsluwn, RI

Engineering

101 1 Lowsdale Ave. Central Falls, RI Business Administration Sigma Nu

GERALD ANDERSON 1 2 Fordson Ave. Business Adn

Cranston, RI

JEFFREY ANDERSON

109 Forest Ave.

Cranston. RI

Agticulture

CARL ANDREN

MARIE ANDRADE

2^5 Wood St. Arts & Science

Bristol, RI

Alpha

Xi Delta

101 Potter St. Ctanston, RI Business Administration Chi Phi

ORLANDO ANDREONI

957 Mineral

Spring Ave.

Pawtucket RI Business Administration Beta Psi

Alpha


"f \ k m KENNETH ANDREWS

114

Metropolitan Park

ROBERT ANDREWS

Di ngton, RI

4:" Hazard St. West Warwick, RI Business Administialion Sigma Nu

ROBERT ANES

^

9 Datley Rd. Gieat Business Administration

Neck,

NY

Alpha Epsilon

Engineering

Bristol. RI Beta Psi

JACK APPLEBAUM

WILLIAM APOAR

JOSEPH ANTINUCCI

48 Chutch St.

Pi

Alpha

190 West 26th St.

Plainfield, NJ

1137 Pafk Ave.

Pharmacy

Business Administraton

Lambda Chi

Bayon Alpha Epsi

Alpha

I

Arts & Science

7, NY Phi Mu Delta

Brooklyn

STEPHEN

JOSEPH ARCHAMSAULT

ALAN ARBUSE

628 Vermont St.

20

West

ARONSON

f>8 Dexicrdale Rd. Providence, RI Arts & Science Alpha Epsilion Pi

Lexington Av, Watwick, RI

MARY ANNE ARONSON

20 Plaza Dr. Arts c Science

Manchester, Conn. Alpha Delta Pi


ROBERT ASHODIAN 71

GaspeePoini Dr.

CHARLES ASHTON

Warwick,

RI

3S South Meadow Lane

JO-ANN ATTERIDGE

71 Main St. Arts & Science

Slatersville, RI Delta Zeta

STEPHEN ASHUKIAN

819 Reservoir Ave,

JUDITH AUBREY

Cranston, RI

24 Hobait St.

Fall River, Mass. Arts & Science

JULIEN AYOnE

68 Dana St.

ROBERT AUTRY

634 King Philip St.

Pharmacy

Woonsocket, RI Sigma Chi

Business Administration

NORMAN BAGLINI

4 Abbott St. Cumberland Hill, RI Business Administtation Sigma Chi

Chi

Westerly, RI

Agriculture Scie

Omega

BARBARA BALFOUR

184 Oakdale Ave. Arts & Science

Pawtucket, RI Alpha Delta Pi

THOMAS BALLOU

720 West Earlc St.

Cumberland, Business Administration

RI


ALAN BARNICOAT 1 ^0

VERNA BALZOFIORE

58 Forbes St, Arts & Science

Providence. RI Alpha Xi Delta

Occupasstuxet Rd.

KAREN BARD

251

29 Grand Ccntial Little

Atts

S:

Science

Neck, NY Sigma Delta Tau

JOAN BARSZCZ

92

Georgia Ave. Nursing

ADAM BARON

209 Kinnicutt Ave.

Engineering

Warren, RI Sigma Nu

ROBERT BARONE

8IWillonSt. Providence 9, RI Business Administtation Sigma Nu

Providence, RI Chi Omega

NANCY BARRETT

28 Hoxie Court

Arts & Science

Phenix, RI

Alpha

Delta Pi

WALTER BEDARD

42 School St.

Wakefield,

RI

Engineering

SONJA SASSETT

Johnson Rd. Arrs & Science

Greene, RI Delta Delta Delta

JOHN BAXTER

30 South Baptist St. Newport, RI Atts & Science Phi Gamma Delta

JOHN BEAGAN 2 Stamford Ave.

Agilculiuie

Providence, RI Sigma Kappa

Phi

m


SANDRA BEGRIE

14 Redwood Ave.

Pawtucket, RI

Nursing

TOBY BERGER

71 President St.

New Rochelle, NY

Nursing

DONALD BIBEAULT

47ICoeSt.

Engineering

Woonsocket, RI Sigma Chi

^tR PAUL BEIANGER

21

Edgewood Engineering

Ave.

MELVIN BERMAN

428 Prairie Ave. Arts & Science

RALPH

295 Ohio Ave.

Providence, RI Epsilon Phi

Tau

1407 Kent PI. Arts &. Science

Linden, NJ Alpha Epsilon Phi

dik

BLACKMAN

Providence,

PAULA BENNETT

JUDITH BELINSXY

Cranston, RI

BERNARD BLAKE

RI

1207

^

"'

Kingston, RI Agficulmre

Warwick, RI Sigma Kappa

SANDRA BERTHIAUME

70 Benbtidge Ave. Arts & Science

Warwick. RI

PAUL BLUMENBAUM

Kingstown Rd.

Business Administtation

55 Mystic Dr. Arts & Science

94 Ingleside Ave. Arts & Science .....

Edgewood 5,

RI


FyJ JOANNE BOCZAR

51 Cato St.

Woonsocket, R I

C? ROBERT BODEMER

Foddering

FRANK BOGART

Farm Rd.

Business Administration

401 Waltott Ave.

Narragansctr, RI Arts & Science

^'

O

Theta Chi

35

Engineering

Middletown. RI Sigma Chi

JOHN BOICK

90 Bath St.

Engineering

Providence. RI


EUGENE BROWN

RED

RI

151 Hyde St, Arts & Science

Nursing

New Haven, Coi

35(4 Bronx Boulevard

Engineering

Calderwood Dr.

HARRY BUKER

Arts & Science

Seekonk, Mass.

Phi

Warwick, RI Kappa Theta

Compton, RI Sigma Chi

HARRY BUCKLEY

Wheeler Dr. Arts & Science

Cranston, RI Alpha

Beta Psi

GERALD BUOTE 1 1 1

Little

West Rd,

Agriculmre

EUGENE BUCCI

89 L<K)kout Ave,

Westerly, RI Alpha Delta Pi

Engineering

28 Alameda Di.

Bronx, NY

Agriculmre

ik

ARLENE BRUNO

55 Oak St.

PETER BROWNELL

THOMAS BROWN

KENNETH BROWN

Mapleville,

Engineering

Pawcamck, Conn. Sigma Nu

KENNETH BUSBY

Blossom

Way Agriculture

Nartagansett, RI Sigma Chi

ROBERT BUTLER

26 Scribner Ave. Staien Island, NY

Engineering

Chi Phi


PETER CACE

422 Bloomfield St. Arts & Science

CONSTANCE CAMGR05

Hoboken, NJ

284

Valley Rd.

River

Edge. NJ

Home Economics

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Alpha

Chi

Omega

BEVERLY BYRON

12 Creighten St. Home Economics

ROBERT CAMPANELLA

Providence, RI

Lambda Delta Phi

PHYLLIS CAMPBELL

10 Sea View Ave. Arts & Science

THOMAS CAMPBELL

Cranston, RI

10 Fortin Rd.

Kingston,

RICHARD CAPEZZANO

SONDRA CANIGLIA

RI

9 Ctossland Rd.

Bridge Rd. Engineering Boom

West

Arts & Science

Warwick, RI

Wcstetly, RI Alpha

Beta Psi

Arts & Science

ELAINE CARDI

60 B St. Home Economics SHEILA CARBERRY

9 Arleigh Rd. Home Economics

Donglaston,

Cranston, RI

Sigma Kappa

ANTHONY CARDILLO

82

Ophelia St. Engineering

Providence, RI

ALFRED CARLL

NY

74 Aubutn St.

Engineering

Ctanston 10, RI


ELAINE CARLONE

Providence, Arts & Science

BRIAN CARROLL

RICHARD CARREAU

328 Mount Pleasant Ave.

12 Parker St.

RI

E>elta Zeta

Central Falls, RI

Engmeering

Newport, RI

31 Stmkholm St. Arts & Science

Sigma Chi

KENNETH CARR

Box 222

North

Kingstown, RI

VIDA CATMUR

JOSEPH CASTALDI PATRICIA CARROLL

15 Brownlee Blvd.

282

Greenwood, RI

Broadway

Providence, RI

Business Administration Beta Psi

Nursing

Cottiell Rd.

Saunderstown,

RI

Arts & Scit

Alpha

EDMUND CIANCIARULO

35 Grantland Rd.

Engineering

JANICE CHAMPOUX

Louisquisset Pike Arts & Science

Lincoln, RI

GEORGE CHERRY 15 Charles St, Arts & Science

Warwick, RI

ROLAND CHIARADIO

11 Chcsnut St. Westerly. Business Administration

RI

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Cranston, RI Alpha

Beta Psi


RICHARD CIPOLLA

69 Bolton Ave.

Piovidence, RI

Sigma Chi

Engineering

DARRYl CLARK

28 Meadow Ave. Wakefield, RI Arts & Science Sigma Phi Epsilon

NORMAN CLARK

25 Newfield Ave.

Warwick, RI

Business Administration

JEAN CIEURZO

94 South Rd. Arts & Science

Kingston, RI Alpha Chi Omega

THOMAS CLARKE

ALBERT CLEMENCE

I88V2 Camp St, Providence 6, RI Business Administration

Rocky Hill Rd. North Scimate, RI Arts & Science

HAROLD COLE r2 Samuel Gorcon Ave.

Warwick, RI

BARBARA COHEN

94 Kane Ave. Home Economics

Middletown, RI Sigma Delta Tau

PHYLLIS COHEN

55 Sessions St. Arts & Science

Providence,

RI

JOSEPH COLEMAN 1" Dexter St.

Engineering

Combcrland, RI Sigma Chi

Arts Si Science

DONNA COHN

417 Westchestet St. Arts & Science

Long Beach. NY Sigma Delta Tau

SHIRLEY COLUCCI

Moswansicut Lake Drive North Scituate, RI Arts & Science Lambda Delta Phi


SARAH CONNORS

CAROL CONKtIN

71

Legion PI. Nursing

Hillsdale, NJ Chi Omega

183

DONALD CONTE

46 Williams St.

Woodstock Lane Cranston, RI

Home Economics

Johnston, RI

Business Administtation Ph' Sigma

Kappa

Delta Delta Delta

CURTIS CONGDON

71 Sylvia Ave. Engineering

N. Ptovidence. RI Phi Kappa Theta

JOHN COOKINHAM

FRANKLYN COOK

162 Main St.

im

Arrs Si Science

Lincoln, RI

Sigma Chi

981/2 Warner St.

Newport, RI Sigma Pi

Business Administration

FREDERICK CORDEN

25 Gould St. Wakefield, RI Business Administtation

GAIL COHER

63 Wolverstoi East Greenwich, RI Arts & Science

LOUIS COnON 25 Bates Rd.

Swampscott, Mass,

WILLIAM COULTER

61

Kenyon Ave.

Wakefield, RI

BRADFORD COUPE

74 Main St.

Oakland,

RI


i-^^^W. HARRY CROCKER

21 Don Ave. Arts & Science

Rumford 16, RI

JANET CROWLEY

444 Armistice Blvd.

Nursing

Pawnicket, RI Alpha Delta Pi

ANDREW CZARNECHI

212 Norfolk Ave.

Engineering

Phi

Pawnicket, RI Kappa Theta

MARILYN CROFT

547 Linwood Av.. Home Economics

THOMAS CRONIN

Buffalo 9, NY

Omega

55 Aliens Ave. Arts & Science

Warwick.RI

25 Waite Court

Chi

HENRY CRUCIANI

1351 Centeivillc Rd, Arts & Science

CAROLYN CROWELL

Wakefield, RI

Nursing

SYLVIA CUBERT

N.

Kingstown,

ALBERTA DAGATA

MICHELLE DAIGNAULT

41

57

Liberty

Nursing

St.

Providence, RI Alpha Delra Pi

ELEANOR CUPPEIS

RI

Arts & Science

512 New Boston Rd. Fall Rivet, Mass. Arts & Science

28 .Sarah St.

Pawcatuck, Conn.

77 Chutch St. Arts & Science

Peace Dale, RI Chi Omega

ANTHONY D'AMBROSIO

60 Spring Sr. Engineering

White Plains. NY Phi Gamma Delta


RICHARD DAVIDSON

Mh^ m^ ^ f^ ^

North Kingston, RI

RFD

Agticulmre

WALTER DAROWSKI

72 Barton Ave.

Warren. RI

Agticulmre

EUGENE DAHORE

12 Rushton Di. Arts & Science

Ctanston, RI

Theta Chi

RICHARD DAVID

610 Paik Ave. Atts & Science

Woonsocket,

RI

ANTOINETTE DELGROSSO

i High St. Arts & Science

DIANE DELANEY

DONALD DAVIES

34 Morton Dr. Arts

&

Science

Warwick, RI Phi Mu Delta

CATHERINE DELPHIN

147 River St. Arts & Science

Warwick, RI

207 Franklin St.

Dental

Wrentham. Mass.

Hygiene

fit

''^^^ ^B

GEORGE DEMERS

16 Clinton St. Arts & Science

STEPHANIE DELFAUSSE

30 Baker Rd. Livingston, NJ Business Administtation Delta Zeta

EUGENE DEMICHELE

iPl ^^ ^^^^

Pawnicket. RI

Westerly. RI

JL^L ^fc

'"^^ Beathmont Ave.

Engineering

STEPHEN DEMETRICK 1 34 Oakland Ave.

Engineering

Ptovidence, RI

Cranston, RI Chi Phi


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DENNIS DENELLE

742 Armistice Blvd. Business Admi

ANGELO D.STEPHANO

Pawwcket.JRI Chi Sigma

High St.

WALTER DEVANAS

U Chandlet St, Ptovidence. RI Business Adminisrration Theta Chi .

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WILLIAM DiBATTISTA

132

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.

^.

Chi Phi

54 St. Maiks PI.

Agriculrure

6 Belmont Rd. -

.

Atts & Scit

East Greenwich, RI

MAURICE DEVINE

4 York Ave.

Wesrerly, RI

Engineering

New York 3, NY Tau Epsilon Phi

ETHELYN D'ORDINE

35 Prosper St. Arts & Science

.

JOSEPH DICK

Wakefield, RI

Arts & Science

Di

^^'

^

ROYAL DOUGHTY

Providence. RI

44 River St.

Alpha Xi Delta

Enginceiing

Ctanston, RI

Sigma

Nu

86 Ingraham St. Arts & Science

E.

Providence,

RI Phi Mu Delta


tl^^ JUDITH DOUGLAS

31 Fletchct Ave. Home Economics

Mt.

Vernon, NY

ERNEST DREW

3

Salisbury

Courr

Arts & .Science

Edgewood, RI Phi Gamma Delta

Willard

157

Ave.

MEREDITH DYER

^gjj^

THEODORE DZIOK

Diamond Hill Rd.

Agricultute

Cummings Rd.

Arrs & Science

St.

Staten Island 10, NY

Engineeting

ELAINE EDWARDS

17

Cumberland. RI Sigma Chi

Taylor

Wakefield, RI

Home Economics

1358 Smith St. North Providence, RI Dental Hygiene

CHARLES DUFFY

INA DUBOIS

1281,4

Newport. RI Delta Delta Delta

CHARLES EGAN

735 Harris Ave. Woonsocket, RI Business Administration Tau

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44

Kappa Epsilon

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JUDITH EHRICHS JUDITH ESSEX

209 West Grant Ave.

New Castle, Del.

Pharmacy

228

Alpha Xi Delta

Spring

Sr.

East Greenwich, RI

Arrs Si Science

Delta Zeta

HERBERT EPSTEIN

Puritan Rd.

Business Adminisrrarion

CLIFFORD FALTUS

25 Hobson Ave. Tiverton, RI Business Administtation Phi Gamma Delta

RICHARD EVANS

9 Meadow Ave.

CAROL FAlOnCO

Wakefield, RI Chi Phi

Agriculmre

PAUL FARRAGUT

22 Blaisdcll Ave.

Agriculture

Pawtucket, RI Sigma Pi

54 Bryant Place Arrs & Science

Chi Omega

M. LYNNE FARRELL I Viking Drive Nursing

BETTY FARNSWORTH

Westwood. NJ

Brisrol, RI

NANCY FARRELL

18 Van Ness Rd. Home Economics

Beacon, NY

PAUL FAULKNER

145 05 34 Ave, Arrs & Science

Flushing 54,

NY

Phi Mu Delta

Alpha Chi Omega

IL&


MARILYN

Anthony. RI Delta Zeta

Nutsing

ANNA FENER

THOMAS FELTS

FEIFERT

24 Meeting St.

2062

Broad St.

Ctanston. RI

41 Summit Ave

North Smithfield, RI

Sigma Nu

Engineeting

BARBARA FEENEY

8 Cold

Ave. North Ptovidence 11, RI

Spring

Nursing

f

GEORGE FICORILLI

RICHARD FERRUCCI

LEONARD FERRO

1891/2 Smith St.

80 Hamlet Ave.

Piovidence, RI

Phatmacy

Engineeting

Woonsocket, RI Sigma Chi

9

John St.

Johnston,

RI

Arts & Science

JOSEPH FILIPPONE

118

Foxcroft Ave.

Arrs & Science

Warwick. RI Alpha

Beta Psi

J*^-*-!IRENE FINAN

SANDRA FIELD

R. F. D Arts & Science

Ease Durham. NY Alpha Delta Pi

iM

1 6 Lincoln St. Arts & Science

East Greenwich, RI

FRANK FINIZIO

38 Linden St. Arts & Science

Westerly, RI Phi Mu Delta


EDWARD FITZPATRICK

58 Marion Ave. Arts & Science

IRENE FINKEL

BRENDA FINN

58 Pearl St. New Hyde Patk, NY Home Economics Sigma Delta Tau

254 Camp St. Home Economics

Piovidence,

Cransron, RI Theta Chi

RONALD FISH

RI

I

Stonclea Place

New Rochelle. NY Business Administration Alpha Epsilon Pi

STEPHEN FLYNN

84 Buinside St.

Engineeting

ARTHUR FLEURY

KENNCTH FLETCHER

100

Junipei Drive Nofth Kingston. RI Chi Phi

Phaimacy

281 Read Ave. Aits at Science

West

Warwick, RI

Tau

Ptovidence, RI Kappa Epsilon

MARSHA FLINT

24

Farragut Ave.

Piovidence,

RI

Aits & Science

RAYMOND FORTIER

1-15 Hunts Ave.

Engineeting

JUDITH A. FORD

JOAN FORAN

155 South St. Arts & Science

Northampton,

Mass.

20 Beverly Circle Home Economics

Greenville, RI

DONNA FORTE

73 Easr Hill Dr. Aits & Science

Cranston. RI

Alpha

Xi Delta

Pawtucket, RI Sigma Chi


JUDITH FOSKETT

114

Hayward Rd.

Arts & Science

West Acton, Mass. Lambda Delta Phi

DAVID FREDENBURGH

3 Court Lane

STEPHEN FRENCH

57

JOSEPH FRISELIA

Windsor Ave.

1

West

Arts & Science

Acton^

Mass.

51/2 Hendnchs St.

Wakefield,

LORA FRENCH

Concord, Mass.

Agriculture

JOANNE FULL

RI

Engineering

106 Lindley Ave.

Wickford, RI

Theta Chi

9 Princeton St. Arts & Science

Newport,

JOHN GADSBY

RI

Chi Phi

72 Underwood Ave. Warwick RI Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha

FRANCESCO GALLO

765 Cranston St.

Engineering

ROGER GAGNON

418 Carter Ave.

Pawtucket,

STEVEN GAJDAIO RI

Business Adminisrrarion Tau

Kappa Epsilon

737 Roosevelt Ave.

Engineering

Phi

Pawtucket, RI Sigma Kappa

Providence, RI Sigma Phi Epsilon

JOSEPH GALLO

163 Gladstone St. Arts & Science

Cranston, R]

Chi'phi


CURTIS GATES

CATHERINE GARDELLA

20 Golden Rd. North Smithfield, RI Lambda Delta Phi Nursing

14 Maple Root Paik Arts '

Coventry, RI

PERRY GALLUP

Read School Rd.

Princeron

Ave.

10 Whitewell Place

Warwick, RI

Arrs & Science

Lambda Chi Alpha

Alts & Science

WILLIAM GIBSON

VICTOR GIBEAULT

1532

Gavle St

'

San

Diego, Cal. Alpha

Lambda Chi

Newport. Alpha Delta

RI Pi

209 School St. North

Kingston,

RI

Arts & Science

iiMiti Aericultuie Agiiculture

JEFFREY GERRISH

CECILIA GEORGES

MAHHEW GEISSER

23

209

Edgehill Rd.

Aits & Science

Warwick. RI

TIMOTHY GILCHRIST

Post Rd. Arts & Science

Westetly, RI Alpha

Beta Psi

6

Colgate

St.

Arts & Science

Watwick,

RI

Lambda Delta Phi


JOAN GILLESPIE

21 Candle Hill Ct. Watwick. RI Alts & Science Alpha Xi Delta

BEVERLY GIORDANO

86 Fotbes St

LEON GIASSHOFFER

East Hartford S. Conn. Arrs & Science Delra Zeta

70 Haitiet St. Ptovidence, RI Business Administtation

VIRGINIA GIROUX

49 Esmond St. Arts & Science

MARVIN GLAUBACH

188 Linden Blvd. Arts & Science

Btooklyn,

NY Phi Mu Delia

PAMELA GLYNN

19 Gteenc St. Arts Ik .Science

Fsmond. RI Lambda Delta Phi

THOMAS GODFRAY

Pawtucket, RI Alpha Delta Pi

1 1

Colby

St.

Watwick,

GERALD GOLDBERG RI

Business Administration

2 15

Elmgiove Ave. Providence RI Phaimacy Alpha Epsilon Pi

Phi Gamma Delta

Business Adminis

Alpha Epsilon

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27

Arts & Science

Pi

Phi Sigma Delta

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DONALD GOLDSMITH

Arts & Science

Priividence, Alpha Epsilon

JOYCE GOOSETREY

RI Pi

418 Summer St. Arts & Science

Woonsocket.

RI


JAMES GRANT

Mooiland Rd. Arrs & Science

Newport, RI Phi Gamma Delra

MARCYANNA GORCYNSKI

MARGARET GRANT

37 Charles St. Central Falls. RI Home Economics Chi Omega

123 Walnut St,

Rutland, Vt.

Nuising

GEORGE GRAY

34 Lawton St. Arts & Science

Tiverton, RI Sigma Pi

PETER GRIMM

Business Admii

ELIZABETH

Indian Lake RFD 3

JOEL GREENSTEIN

GREENE

Wakefield,

RI

30 Summer St.

VALERIE GRIMES

Swampscott, Mass,

Alpha Epsilon

125 Beech St.

Naiiagansett, RI Lambda Delta Phi

Pi

MARIE GRYGIEL

GEORGE HAA6

175 Faiiview A

90 Wienei St.

Staten Island 9. NY

MEREDITH HAAS

66 Buigess Di. Home Economic

Engineering

Beta Psi

Alph;

Watwick, RI


GERALD HALL

1261 Oaklawn Ave.

WINTERS HAMES

RALPH HALL

Cra

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RI

Worden Pond Rd.

Wakefield, RI

111

Kingstown Rd.

Engineering

J

RICHARD HANCHETT

NATHANIEL HAMMOND

Taylor St.

East Pembioke. Mass. Business Administtation

CAROLE HANSON

1 I' Washburn Ave.

Engineeting

193

Rumfoid 16, RI Phi Kappa Theta

EDWARD HARRINGTON

20 Slatel Ave. Atts & Science PAUL HARGRAVES

209 Atlantic Ave. Arts & Science

Warwick, RI

Lambda Chi

Alpha

Watwick

Neck,

Long Beach

Ave.

Yotk Beach, Maine

Piovidence, RI

Dental Hygiene

JOHN HARROP

RI

THOMAS HARDIE

26 Farrague Ave. Atts & Science

63 Ash Ave.

Engineeting

Ptovidence. RI

GRETA HARTFORD

127 Smith St. Aits & Science

Ctanston, RI


PRISCILLA HARTFORD

127 Smirh St, Arrs & Science

Cranston, RI

DAVID HARTLEY

42 Pclham

Parkway North

Arts & Science

Providence. RI Phi Kappa Theta

Piovidence,

RI

Warwick, RI Arts & Science

CLAIRE HEBERT

Providence, RI

Apartment

H

Kingston, RI

Business Administration

Delta Delta Delta

GEORGE HELM

JOHN HEELAN

48 Parkside Dr.

Providence 7, RI

Grear Rd. Business

Business Administration Theta Chi

749 Narragansett Parkway

1^ ^

CAROLYN HEALEY

316 Ohio Ave. Arrs & Science

SUSAN HAYNES

JOHN HAWKINS

6 Hubei Ave. Arrs & Science

Slarersville. RI

Administtation

STUART HECKER

22 Glenwood Ave.

Engineering

Pawtucket. RI Sigma Delta

Phi


Hewlett. NY

Broadway

Tau

Epsilon

Arts & Science

Cranston, R I

83

High School Ave.

Cranston, RI

Sigma

Arrs & Science

Nu

Providence, RI

Ave.

341 Rivet

Agriculrure

Phi

CYNTHIA HILL

77 Union Sr.

15 Alhambra Circle Arrs & Science

BARBARA HICKS

LAWRENCE HICKEY

SUSEHE HERZ

STEVEN HERMAN

1213 East

Business Administration

Bristol. RI Alpha Xi Delta

Wickford.

ELLEN HOFFER

WILLIAM HINDERSTEIN

JILL TEEDEN HILL

66 Fowler Sr. Home Economics

RI

Delta Zeta

Is Anpell Dr. Atts & Science

.Scarsdale, NY Alpha Epsilon Pi

89

Washingron Ave. Providence, RI

Arts & Science

DARYL HOFFMANN ELIZABETH

77 Moiewotjd Oaks

85 Keith Ave.

Port Washington, NY Arts & Science

Arts & Science ARTHUR HOIMBERG

ROBERT HOLBROOK

RFD 3

4"^ Cowesett Ave. West

Warwick. RI

Arts & Science

Gales

Feiry,

Conn-

HOLMES

Ctanston, RI

Alpha

Chi

Omega


STEVEN HOIZINGER 7- Aidoene St. Arts & Science

Providence. RI Phi

Sigma Kappa

RICHARD lACOBUCCI

HARRY HOOPS

82 Sharon St.

MARIE

JOHN

Providence. R I

Business Administtation Beta Psi

Whelan Rd.

North

Piovidence, RI Sigma Phi Epsilon

Foster. RI

Ciossway Apartments Kingston, RI Arts & Science Phi Sigma Kappa

NICHOLAS INGOGLIA

lAFRATE

203 .3 104 Ave. Alts & Science

HoUis 12. NY Phi Mu Delta

Arts & Science

MARJORIE JACKSON

JEAN JACKSON

Boswell Rd.

Providence. RI

Norrh Providence, RI

16

Arts & Science

SAMUEL HOPP

HOPKINS

Engineeling Alpha

1888 Smith St.

1 Colonial Di.

Pharmacy

mdM

4 Taylor Court Home Economics

Cumbeiland. RI

Gay St.

Piovidence, RI

GWENDOLYN JACOBSEN

Spting

St.

Block

Island,

RI


RONALD JALBERT

15

St.

Chopin Engineeling

A%^

Si^

tk. RI na Nu

490

Aigyle

Rd,

Brooklyn,

NY

23

Rd. Cioton

Piovidenci

Alpha Xi

Pharmacy

Central Falls. RI

I

Oichaid St.

Engineeling

Phi

Hudson, NY

Arts & Science

Box 905 Arts & Science

Kailua. Hawaii

Alpha Chi Omega

Middletown, RI Epsilon Phi

Tau

Alpha Epsilon Pi

Newport. RI Sigma Kappa

NANCY JOHNSON

39 Piospest Rd. Home Economics

SUSAN JOHNSON

ROBERT JOHNSON

55Shawmut Ave.

on

STANLEY JENNINGS

MARTHA JAMGOCHIAN

16 Painell St.

30 Bliss Mine Rd.

Lounsbuiy

Home Economics

Pharmacy

Alts & Science

ROBERT JAMES

PETER JAMES

ELIZABETH JAMES

WestWatv

Mamnuck. RI Alpha Delta Pi

JUDITH JONES

84

Claypool Dr.

Warwick. RI


ROBERT JOYAL

JOHN KAMPNER

212 Andrews Ave. West Warwick, RI Business Administiation

2^0 Gallatin St. Providence, RI Business Administiation

LEE KAROFSKY

FRANCIS KAPUSINSKY

Alpha Epsilon

Pi

64 West

40 Oldc Field Rd.

Broadway Centlal

Nyack,

NY Business

Arts & Science

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Newton Centei, Mass. Administtation Alpha Epsilon Pi

f'-;?

V

gSkmM THOMAS KAYE

3150

Kingsbridge

Alts & Science

Boylston Ave.

Alts & Science

Piovidence, RI Sigma Delta Tau

Engineering

Warwick, RI Lambda Chi

348 Magnolia St.

Ctanston, RI

Business Administiation

Theta Chi

LESLEY KEENAN

DAVID KEATES

655 Main Ave.

Alpha

Fostei Centei Rd. Home Economics

Foster, RI

Lambda Delta Phi

DAVID KELLEHER

149 Oakland Ave. Alts & Science

1^

THEOFANIS KAZAMIAS

2^ Warren Ave. Pawmcket, RI Business Administiation

KENNETH KAY

JOAN KATZMAN

46

Ave. New York, NY Tau Epsilon Phi

Pawtucket, RI Sigma Chi

KATHLEEN KEILEH

Davis Paik Alts Si Science

Piovidence 8, RI

Alpha Chi Omega


JOHN KENNY

2 Watetman Ave.

Ctanston. RI

Engineering

RICHARD KENNEDY

16 Carole Ave. New

Engineeting

JOSEPH KENT

RFD 1 Box 54 Greene, R Business Administiation

NY Phi Mu Delta

Hyde Park.

Tau

Kappa Epsilo

MARY ANN KERR

NANCY KIL6USS

ZOUVART KHIMATIAN

CAROL KENYON

121 Bellevue Ave.

Usquepaugh Rd,

Business

Piovidence. RI

Administiation

133 Knollwood Ave. Aits & Science

Ctanston, RI Delta Zeta

JOYCE KINDLUND

JOHN KINDL

125 Edgehill Engineeling

Rd.

Watwick, RI

^l^

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RICHARD KOSH

499 Piovidence St. Arts & Science

Warwick.RI

JOHN KRIKORIAN

5

Thayei Place

Engineering

Warwick 5, RI


GARY KULLBERG

201 Orchard St.

Whire Plains. NY Business Administiation Phi Gamma Delta

Kingston,

THOMAS LACHANCE

WILLIAM LACEY

LOUIS KUTCHER

25 Diane Dr,

RI

33

Newport, RI Sigma Nu

Young St.

Arrs & Science

Arts & Science

Swansea. Mass.

54 Bentley St. Arts & Science

ARTHUR LAGASSE

183 Wcsthill Ave.

Somerset, Mass

CHARLES LALLI

Julian St. Agriculmre

67

Tau

Providence, RI Kappa Epsilon

VICTOR LANDSBERG

BARBARA LAMON

145 Dover A'

503

;.

East

Providence. RI Chi Omega

Lawrence Rd.

Business

Wesr Hempstead, NY Administtation Phi Sigma Delta

RICHARD LANOWY

46 Mailloux St.

Agliculmic

Woonsocket, RI Sigma Nu DORCAS LoPOINTE

Log Biidgc Rd.

Coventry, RI

Business Administtation

VIRGINIA LATHAM

JOSEPH LATERRA

33 Farm St. Arts & Science

Providence, RI Tau

Epsilon

Pi

3 Lakecrest Di. Atts Si Science

Watwick, RI Alpha Chi Omega


140 Wright Rd.

Rockville Centre, NY

Alpha Epsilon

Arts & Science

Arts & Science

Rumford 16, RI

250 Surein Ave. East Providence, RI Sigma Nu Engineering

West 74 Pond St. Denral Hygiene

Warwick,

RI

Pi

CHARLES LESSER

Pine Beach, NJ Umbda Chi Alpha

813 Radnor Ave.

120 Wils.m Ave.

Engineering

LOUISE LECUIVRE

LEBRON

PETER

GILBERT LAYCOCK

EDWARD LAWSON

WILLIAM LAWLESS

105 Brookdalc Blvd. Pawtucket. RI Sigma Nu

Engineering

EDWARD LEVINE

CAROLE LEVINE

1633 Beach St. Aits & Science

Wantagh, Sigma Delu

N-Y

Tau

25 Summit Ave. Business Admit

Piovidence, RI


PETER LEWIS

339 East Doiis Di.

Engineeting

Fairborn, Ohio Sigma Chi

Riveiside 15, RI

Engineeting

MARGARET LOUGHRAN

i^

LOUIS LIBUni

76 Bullocks Point Ave. Phi

Sigma Kappa

MADELINE LORD 1 I 3 Massachusetts Ave.

Ptovidence 5. RI Dental

Hygiene

JANET LOVELY

ROBERT LUND

Sterling Rd. Airs & Science

Holden, Mass. Sigma Nu

CYNTHIA MACDONALD

East Greenwich, RI

RFD Home Economics

WILLIAM MACOMBER

Slocum, RI

35 Water St. Poltsmouth, RI Business Administiation

Arts & Science

CLAIRE MocNEILL

729 Washington St.

Nursing

Coventiy, RI


CIPRIANO MAGALLANES

San Bartolomeo Ave.

C

Caiacas, Venei

Engineeling

PAUL MAGAN

KURT MALMGREN

44 Bcdiow Ave. Newporr. RI Business Adminisrrarion

West Shore Rd. Warwick, RI Business Administiation

NANCY MANCHESTER

682 Crandall Rd, Airs & Science

Tiverton, RI Alpha Chi Omega

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

VICTOR MANCINI

'ashington Science

St.

Hobo Phi M

Mm

SUSAN MANDELL

44 Fast 20ih St.

New

Sigma

York, NY Delra Tau

JOSEPH MARANDOLA

COSMO MANFREDI

RFD 3

Agrici

Wesrerly, RI Sigma Phi Epsilon

MARIANNE MAROUES

RALPH

MANIECON

Gury Cardenas 31

Sigma Alpha Epsilo


JOHN MARTINELLI

229

Budlong Rd.

ANELLINA MARZILLI

Cranston, RI

13 Haivest St.

Alts &. Science

Piovidence,

ANTHONY MASSO

RI

Arts Si Science

^iL CYNTHIA MATTSON

44 Lakeciest Di.

Nuisiog

Watwick, RI Chi Omega

ANNE MAURILLO

45 Midland Ave,

Glen Ridge. NJ Lambda Delta Phi

Nuising

ANTHONY MAZUR

31

Nichols Rd.

Norrh Kingstown, RI

Agriculrure

JOHN McCarthy

19

Highland

Sr.

Pawtucket. RI

Business Administration Phi Mu Delra JOHN MiCANN

178 Beacon Hill Ave. Lynn, Mass. Business Administration, Theta Chi

140 Smart St.

Ptovidence. RI Chi Phi

Phaimacy

EUGENE McCAFFREY

164 Calaman Road

Pharmacy

Ctanston. RI Sigma Chi

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Patricia McCarthy

1024 Main St, West Warwick, RI Business Administration

Robert mcEwen

931

Narragansett Parkway Warwick, RI

Arts & Science

Theta Chi


JOYCE McKENNA

KATHERINE McHUGH

RFD Airs & Science

Bradford,

RI

25! Counrry Club Dr. Arts & Science

Warwick, RI Alpha Chi Omega

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

MURIEL MELENDY

130 Broad St. Arts & Science

WILLIAM MENZI

405 Almy Court

Agriculmre

Newport, RI

Manchester, Conn.

MARGORY MESNIKOFF

105-05 63 Di.

Forest

Hills, NY

CHARIENE METCALF

Candlewood Shoies

Business Administiation Alts Si Science

Biookfield, Conn. Alpha Chi Omega


BARBARA MEYER

JOHN MICHELETTI

40 Uncoln Rd. Scaisdale, NY Business Administiation

170 Almy Sr Piovidence, RI Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi

Sigma

Delta Tau

CATHLEEN MILLER

5 1 Pine Grove Ave.

Warwick.RI

MARJORY MILLER

Woonsocket, RI

157 West St. Alts & Science

Lambda Delta Phi

STEVEN MIGNONE

JOHN MINER

T/2 Spiing St. Engineeting

Bioadway East Piovidence, RI

LAWRENCE MINIATI

Westetly, Beta Psi

1426 South

Business Administiation

RI

Alpha

542 Walcott St. Pawtucket, RI Business Administtation Phi Mu Delta

VINCENT MONTECALVO

246 Federal St. Ptovidence, RI Business Administiation Beta Psi Alpha

MEREDITH MOLITOR

Little Pond Rd. Arts Si Science

Cumberland. RI Alpha Xi Delta

ANGELA MONTANARO

59 Warman Ave.

Nursing

Cranston, RI

Lambda Delra Phi

il

RICHARD MORIN

13^ Arnold St.

Engineeling

Woonsocket, RI


MARY MORRIS

2807 Warwick Ave.

Home Economics

Warwick, RI Chi Omega

ALLEN MORRIS

450 Atlantic Ave.

WILLIAM MOSCARITOLO

Warwick, RI

14 Dixon St.

Engineering

JOHN MOHA

PO90-1

Agrilculture

BARRY MURPHY

DIANE MOSHER

RI

92 Greene Lane

Nursing

ERNEST MULOKOZI

2690 Warwick Ave. Warwick. RI

Agriculrure

44 Grinnell Ave. Tiverton, RI Phi Gamma Delta Arrs Si Science

Wesrerly,

Engineering

JUDITH

Middletown, RI Chi Omega

MURDOUGH

Salom. Tanganyika

BETTE MURPHY

Hanover Sr Yorktown Home Economics

JOHN MURPHY

Stonehedge Rd, Heights,

NY

'" " 'Arrs & Science

Kingston, RI

KAREN MURPHY

14 Ellery Rd. Arrs & Science

Newporr,

RI


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STEVEN MURRAY

25

Friendship

Sr.

Newport. RI Sigma Pi

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CLAUDIA NAJJAR 2 Salr Pond Road

Wakefield.

^\

CARL NAPOLITANO

RI

Arts & Scie

207

Summir Dr.

Engineeling

Ctanston, RI Theta Chi

ANTHONY NARCISO

246 High St. Westeily, RI Business Administiation Beta Psi Alpha

LEONARD NEMIROOF

KATHLEEN NARDEIU

JOHN NETSEL

9 Turnei St, Arts & Science

Piovidence, RI Kappa Theta

Phi

Jfe SHELDON NASSBERG

NORMAN NEVILLE

28 Oriole Ave. Aits Si Science

West Warwick. RI

BARBARA NEWBAUER

"3 Sourhwest Ave. Atts & Science

Jamestown. RI Sigma Kappa

CHARLES NEWMAN

2 32 .Summit Ave. Ptovidence. RI Business Administtation

iM


ANDREW NEWTON

82 Connection St.

Engineering

RALPH

Newport, RI Sigma Chi

NOURSE

38 School St.

Business Adminis

Wakefield,

RI

Engineeting

CHIEU NGUYEN

22BCAOBANHA

Saigon, Vietnam Chi Phi

Engineeling

JANET OBERNDORFER

LEO O'DONNELL

211 Sand Pond Rd. Alts & Science

JEANNE OGRODNIK

Watwick. RI

175

MacArthur Blvd. West

Dental

Hygiene

Warwick, RI Alpha Xi Delta

WILLIAM O'BRION

6

Hickoiy

Lane

Datien, Conn.

Business Administiation Tau

HAROLD OHSBERG, JR.

MARY O'HANLEY

38V5 Silvei Lake Ave.

18 Boulevaid Terrace

Newport, Nuising

Kappa Epsilon

RI

Delta Zeta

ARTHUR OLNEY

156 South Main St.

Coventiy,

ALEXANDER ONDIS

RI

57 Shoie Diive

Agiicultuie

Johnston, RI Alpha

Beta Psi


JOHN PAGLIARINI

JO ANN ORR

ROBERT ORENSTEIN

Apr 102

22 Whelan Rd.

Crans

29 Rose St.

65 Naiiagansen Av

Pharmacy

Wakefield, RI

Piovidenci

Engineeling Alpha

Chi

Omega CATHERINE OTT

South County Tiail East Green Alts & Science

Arts Si Science

Coventry, RI

A^pha

MARIA PARK

JOAN PANEK

ELSIE PALMGREN

Nooseneck Hill Rd,

Delta Pi

103 Duggan Phaimacy

196 Congress Ave.

Ri

Alpha Chi Omega

MICHAEL PARISEAU

1308 Newport Ave.

Pawmcket,

RI

Arts & Science

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

PHYLLIS PARLAK

ALBERTA PARMENTIER

46 Meadowbrook

Nuising

Cumberland Hill. RI Sigma Kappa

Dr

Cumberland. RI

WILLIAM PARRILLO

1621 Hartford Ave. Johnston. RI Atts & Science Beta Psi Alpha


JOHN PEARSON

Central St.

Agiicultuie

Tau

Mapleville. RI Kappa Epsilon

JERRE PEASE

222 Hopkins Ave. Johnston, RI Phi Kappa Theta Arrs & Science

Delra Delra Delta

Arts & Science

ALFRED PERIGARD

180 Massachusetts Ave.

Piovidence, RI

Engineeling

Tau

Kappa Epsilon

BONNIE PERLMUTTER

105-28 65 Ave. Foresr Hills 75, NY Arts Si Science Sigma Delta Tau

FRANK PERRIN

14 Main St. Arrs Si Science

Ashaway,

RI

Sigma Alpha Epsilon


CYNTHIA PETIT

Providence. RI

66 Garden Dr. Riverside 15, RI Home Economics

Alpha

THOMAS PERRY

53 Rock Ave.

RI

Phi

Kappa Thera

HOWARD PHELPS

Cranston, RI Chi Phi

JANICE PICKTHALL

Nuising

6" Cliffdale A

Arrs Si Science

JOHN PETRONIO

East Shoie Rd.

Omega

ROBERT PERSSON

Pascoag,

Engineering

6 Susan Dr. Arts Si Science

Chi

Naiiagansen, RI

59 Holburn Ave.

Engineeling

Cransron, RI

ERIC PHILIPPI

RFD Little Compton, RI Business Administration

JOHN PIMENTAL

91 Haskins Ave. Tiverton. RI Alts & Science Phi Gamma Delta

RICHARD PHILLIPS

Warwick,

Freeman Sr.

RI

Agriculture

CARLTON PINHEIRO

1080 Main St.

Aits & Science

Phi

Watien. RI Kappa Theta


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DIANE POHLUI

132 Paik Ave. Passiac, NJ Business Administiation Alpha Delta Pi

LOUIS POINTON

376 Park Ave. Aits & Science

Woonsocket. RI


WILLIAM PROULX

WILLIAM PULLANO

44 Knony Oak Rd

60 Meicy St.

Providence, RI

Engineering

MYRON

MARION RADLO

Pawtucket, RI Alpha Xi Delta

10 Edgemere Rd, Home Economics

RAISNER

65 Paylon St. Providence, RI Business Administiation

Alpha Epsilon Pi

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MARGARET RALSTON

ROBIN RAPAPORT

224 Oakland Ave.

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RICHARD REGAN

54 Ellen- Rd Arts & .Science

GAIL REGAN

GLORIA RAVIELE

113 Harding St. West Warwick. RI

Home Economics

75 Wildwood Dr.

Cransron, RI

24 Cleveland Ave.

Needham, Mass.

Business Administration

Sigma Chi

Arts & Science

E>elta Zeta

Piovidence. RI

Newport. RI Phi Gamma Delra


MARIE REIDY

Mohawk Trail

Narragansen, RI

Alts & Science

Delta Zeta

RICHARD RENZI

NORMA RESNICK

108 Wales Sr Cransron 9. RI Business Administration

201 Summit Ave. Providence, R I Lambda Delta Phi Arts & Science

DAVID REIDY

Mohawk Trail Arts & Science

Narragansett. RI Phi Mu Delta

DONALD RHEAUME

JUDITH REYNOLDS

ROBERT REUTER

Maiion Ave. Ptovidence. R I Business Administiation 81

51 Hopkins Hill Rd. Nuising

Coventiy. RI

359 Williams St Alts & Science

Delta Zeta

EDWARD RHINE

North Plank Rd.

Newbutgh,

Ptovidence, RI

RUTHANN RINTALA

NY

Box 102 RD 1

Agriculmre

Arrs Si Science

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Lambcrnille. NJ Tau

Kappa Epsilon

Carpenrer Rd. Arts & Science

Delra Delta Delta


SHEILA RISK

309 Gleenville Ave,

Johnstcin,

NATHANIEL ROBINSON

RI

Alts & Science

29 Lee Rd.

Barringron. RI

Engineering

MELVYN RODINSKY

STEPHEN ROBINSON

19 Rolfe Sr

Engineering

Cransron. RI Phi Mu Delra

"3 Staniford Sr. Providence. ] Business Administtation Phi

LINDA

ROBERT ROSE

200 Sumner Ave.

Engineering

Warwick. RI Sigma Nu

207

Colonial

Arrs Si Science

PAUL ROMANELLI

62 Concord Ave. North

Kingsron,

RI

Busii Phi Gamma Dell

STEPHEN ROSENBERG

TANYA ROSEN

29

Almy Sr.

Newport.

RI

193 Lenox Ave.

Providence, RI

LAWRENCE ROSMAN

136-31 72 Ave.

Flushing 67, NY

Kappa The

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Parkway North Yonkers, NY Alpha Epsilon Phi


MICHAEL RUBINSTEIN

9 Lincoln Ave, Arts Si Science

THOMAS RUSSELL

VfSM ^

Providence 6, RI

Kenyon Rd. Engineering

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Alpha Epsilon Pi

ANTHONY RUGGIERO

22 Quinlan Engineering

Court

Arrs & Science

PRISCILLA RUGGIERO

Warwick, RI Alpha

Bera Psi

ANHTONY RUSSO

44 Grape Sr

120 Peck Ave. Arts & Science

Bristol. RI

Alpha Xi Delra

MAUREEN RUSSO

PATRICIA RUSSO

Providence, RI Epsilon Phi

51 Wabun Ave. Home Economics

Tau

CHARLES SABUKEWICZ

7 Green

Sr.

Arts & Science

Hope Velley, RI

Peace Dale. RI

Piovidence,

RI

BEVERLY SADINSKY

R F D 1

Jewett City.

Co

Dental Hygiene

HARRIET SAHAGIAN

138

Lexington

Alts & Science

Ave,

Piovidence, RI

Delta Delta Delta


HOWARD SANDLER

JAMES ST

Haicison

ANGELO

St.

Engineering

40 Wellsboro Rd.

Brisrol. RI Tau

Kappa Epsilon

Alts Si Science

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ASPASIA SAREILIS

RICHARD SANTOS

8 Yale St,

428 Elm Sr Watwick. RI Business Administration Sigma Nu

BEATRICE SARKISIAN

Newport, RI

104 Clay Sr Arrs & Science

Phaimacy

CHARLES SCARPULIA

49 Mr View Ave. Arts Si Science

Pearl River NY

Valley Stteam, NY Alpha Epsilon Pi

Central Falls, RI Alpha Xi Delta

JEFFREY SCAVRON

^3-40 196th Sr Arts & Science

Flushing, NY Alpha Epsilon Pi

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

CAROLINE SCHEEL

RAYMOND SAUER

76 Roseneath Ave.

500 Bunonwoods Ave. Atts & Science

Watwick. RI Phi Mu Delta

kdM

Newport,

RI


DAVID SECOR

1 1 Shctman Ave. Arrs Si Science

WALTER SCHOLES

13 Fairview Ave.

WILLIAM SCHOLZ

Pawtucket,

RI

Arts & Science

61 Ayrault St. Atts & Science

Piovidence, RI Sigma Pi

Cransron 9, RI

LAWRENCE SCHULTZ

134 54 Maple Ave.

Flushing 55. NY Engineeling

SANDRA SEIFERT 12 Blocks Ave.

Lewiston.

EDNA SELIG

Maine

Alpha Delta

Nuising

Pi

120 Columbia Sr. Arts & Science

BuKikline. Mass. Sigma Delta Tau

ALAN SENTER

GEORGE SHAPIRO

101 Winaham Rd.

685

Alpha Epsilon

SUSAN SHEEHAN

176 South Sr Alts & Science

Wientham, Mass.

TERENCE SHERIDAN

750 Hartis Ave,

WiMinsocket. RI

Business Administtation

Montgomety

Rockville Centei, NY Business Administiation

Atts & Science

St.

Bnxiklyn, Epsilon

Tau

NY Phi

Pi

MARY SHIELDS

50 Brown Sr. North Kingston, RI Alts Si Science Alpha Delta Pi

lASZlO SIEGMUND

40 Centlal Sr

Engineeting

Natiaganscn, RI Theta Chi


ALFRED SIGNOREILI

SANDRA SINDLE

ROBERT SIMMONS

20 Santiago Sr Arts Si Science

Providence, RI

86 Eaton Sr Atts & Science

Providence, RI

MALCOLM SINGER

150 Ridge Sr Engineeting

Pawtucket, RI

LINDA SISSON

12

Spting

St.

Westetly,

RI

Business Administiation Delta Zeta

RONALD SMITH

Black Rock Rd. West Watwick, RI Business Adminis r

DIANE SMITH

MARY SKRECZKO

444CoiamAvc.

Nursing

Shelton, Conn.

Sigma Kappa

I

Newport Ave.

Norrh Kingstown, RI Home Economics Delta Delta Delta

JOAN SMITH

Torrey Hill Rd, Home Economics

Wakefield, RI


STANLEY SNITKEN

WILLIAM SMITH

(5 Tyler Si Arts .'V SuciKc

Warwick. RI Phi Sigma

Kappa

54 Bc-llevue Ave. Business

Westetly.

Admimstrarion

Chi

RI

Phi

BRADFORD SNOW

ROSITA SMITH

219

Prospecc

Sr.

PATRICIA SNOW

20 Elm .Sr Arts Si Science

Lloyd Ave. Alts & Science 393

Woonsocket. RI

Seekonk. Mass. Alpha Chi Omega

DAVID 50RENS0N

30 Newell Court

Agiicultuie

Coventry, RI

DONALD SORTERUP 135 _

Narragansen Blvd. C:ianston, RI

EVEREn SOUTHWICK

19 William St.

Piovidence, RI

THOMAS SOULE

3400 West Shote Rd. Warwick.RI Business Administtation Lambda Chi Alpha

CHRISTINE SPRAGUE

Bristol. RI

19 Bangor St. Arts m Science

ROBERT SPAZIANO

Warwick, RI Alpha Xi Delta


CAROLYN STEERE

NANCY SPROUl

20 Pond Sr. Arts & .Science

9

DAVID STALEY

16 Missouii Dr

..

RI

4^ Gloiia St.

Engineering

JUDITH STEPHENSON

30 Fourth St. Alts & Science

Epsilon Phi

Watchung, NJ Sigma Chi

4irift 14 Kay St.

Newport, RI

STANLEY STEVENSON

356 Maple Ave.

Engineering

Delta Zeta

East Providence, RI

Agriculture 81

Oradell, NJ Phi Mu Detia

ti. BARBARA

84-05 165th St.

85 Giosvcnoi Ave.

Business Administiation Sigma Chi

Pnividencc. RI

BRYAN STEPHAN

JOHN STEINKE

206 Andeison Rd.

Pharmacy

FRANK STEVENS

Omega

Pawmcket, RI Sigma Chi

Cranston. RI Tau

Chi

RICHARD STANSFIELD

Waiwick,

Business Administration

HY STEINBERG

leld Rd.

Hamden. Conn.

319 Thornton St. Arts & Science

Needham. Mass.

Alpha Chi Omega

Arrs & Scien.

STOELTZING

Jamaica. NY Chi Omega

WILLIAM STRAWDERMAN

South Btoad St.

Ashaway, RI Phi Gamma Delta _

Engineering


ROBERT STUDLEV

86 Earle Ave, Arrs Si Science

Phi

ELIZABETH SULLIVAN

Riverside, RI Sigma Kappa

289 Carpenter St,

Providence, RI

Arrs & Science

RICHARD SUNDBERG 1 7 Dixon St.

Westeily,

RI

Agriculture Tau

Kappa Epsilon

JOAN SUNSTEIN

MARY SWANSON

MARY SWAN

1 6 Beechcr Sr. Atts & Science

Pawtucket.

RI

30 Edendale Ave. Atts & Science

Pawtucket, RI Sigma Kappa

WAYNE SWANSON

132 Hillard Ave. Arts & Science

RAYMOND TARABORELLI

JAMES SWEET

44 Woodruff Ave. Alts & Science

Wakefield,

Cransron, RI

RI

30

Maple Ciest Di.

Greenville, RI Sigma Delta

Phi


MICHAEL TESTA

PATRICIA TAYLOR

34 Tilden Ave. Arts & Science

MCarwick.

RI

MARYLOU THORPE

PATRICIA THOMAS

16 Pond Rd.

Westerly.

RI

^ CAROL TIBBETTS

DAVID TETREAULT

15 Bucklin St.

ISO Beach St.

Pawtucket, RI

Nofth Kingstown. RI Chi Omega Home Economics

Engineering

MAURICE TRUDEAU

NORMAN TIERNEY 12"

Ctanston, RI 43 Blue Gentian Rd Business Administiation

Hatfield

Engineering

SAMUEL TOOMA

DIANA TOBLER

6

Wayland Nuising

Dr.

NJ Omega

Vciona, Chi

82 Jenks Ave. Arts Si Science

Centlal Falls. RI

Sigma

Nu

M

P.iwtucket. RI


NANCY TUCKER

NANCY TUTTLE

188 West Main St.

the

Westboio, Mass.

Way

Rumfoid 16, RI

Arts & Scli

STUART TUnLE

NELSON TUXBURY

Rumfoid 16, RI 2 Blithe Way Business Administration Sigma Chi

8 Live Oaks Mt. Pleasant, South Caiolina Sigma Pi Engineering

Home Economics Lambda Delta Phi

MARTHA ULANS

JOHN URBAN

26 Russell Ave. Forr Mommourh, NJ Arts Si Science

Harris Ave.

I

ULMSCHNEIDER

259 Sowams Rd. Bartington, RI Tau Kappa Epsilon Agiicultuie

Warren, RI

BARBARA UPPER

509 Utica Sr Business Admini

Ithaca, NY

CARMINE VALLESE

DIANA VERNO

83 Ford St.

Providence, RI

Engineering

Beta Psi

Ledward Ave. Dental Hygiene

Alpha

SARA VALLONE

54 Poppy Dr. Arts & Science

k

Cianst on, RI

JOSEPH VARGAS

161 Main Rd.

Agriculture

Tiverton, RI Chi Phi

Westerly,

RI


CHARLOHE VILLA

LAWRENCE VERY

38 Fuller St. Arts & Science

Waiwick, RI

128 Second St. Home Economics

Theta Chi

DOLORES VESSELLA

176 Roanoke St.

ANGELA VIGLIOTTI

Watwick, RI

70

Sunnybiook

Arts & Science

MARIA VISCO

Sigma Kappa

MARTIN

ROBERT VOTTA

6141/2 Chailes St.

Belleville, NJ

Alpha

Dr.

North Kingston, RI

Nursing

252 Holmes St. Arts Si Science

Delta Pi

Ptovidcn

e.

RI

Alts & Science

WAITZ

73.31 136th Sr Flushing Business Administration Tau

SALLY WAKEFIELD

ELIAS WAKEEM

Fahoure St.

Engineeling

Damascus, Syria

Lower

Pawtucket, RI Alpha XI Delta

College Rd.

Aits & Science

Kingston, RI Alpha Xi Delta

DANIEL WALSH

19 Gay St. Providence, RI Business Adminisrrarion Phi Kappa Theta

67,

NY

Epsilon Phi

NADINE WALSH

240 Eascwood Ave. " " Home Economics

Piovidence, RI rN-i-T_

Delta Zeta


DOROTHY WARCHOL

33 (Orchard Dr

Cumberland. RI

STEPHEN WARREN

56 Windermere

Way

Warwick.RI

BEHY WEAVER

ELIZABETH WALTON

547 Kingsrown Rd. Peace Dale. RI Home Economics Sigma Kappa

EARLENE WEISS

BURTON WEISER

75 Ninth St. Arrs & Science

Providence. Alpha Epsilon

Arts & Science

RI

Pi

26 Clearwarer Sr Denral Hygiene

Warwick.RI

MICHAEL WEISS

Pi

SHERRY WELLS

516 Ackerson Blvd.

Brightwater.

Alpha Delta

NY

Woodland Rd. Dental Hygiene

Foxboro. Mass.

Business Adminisrrarion

Alpha Epsilon Pi

LINDA WELSHMAN

215 Calaman Rd. Alts Si Science

Cians

MICHAEL WERNER

216 Resefvoii Ave.

Sigma Engineeling

Middletown, RI Sigma Phi Epsilon

JOHN WEST

202

Alabama Ave.

Piovidence,

RI


LAURIESTON WESTFIELD

25 Auburn Sr

SHEILA WHAIEN

Pawmcker, RI

Arts Si Science

144 Summer Sr Dental

Woonsocket. RI

Hygiene

SUSAN WHITE

JOHN WHITE

30 Sunset Sr

New

London,

Conn.

Sigma Chi

Engineeling

6 Enos Circle Aits Si Science

Cransron, RI Delta Delta Delta

LYNN WHITTON

CAROLYN WILKIE

EDWARD WILBUR

R. F. D.

180 Summit St,

East Providence. RI

PRISCILLA WILLIAMS

BERNARD WILLARD

Wakefield,

Engineeling

RI

Lambda Chi Alpha

Steele St, Home Economics

1

Box 590 Norrh Anleboro, Mass,

Arrs & Science

Engineering

Hatiisville. RI Delta Zeta

Delta Delta Delta

NANCY WILLIAMSON

86 Owen Ave,

Nursing

Pawnicket,

RI


MARCIA WOLKOFF

18 Lewis St. Alts & Science

Piovidence, RI

Sigma Delta Tau

MARSHA WISHNY

Caixa Postal 6064 Arts Si Science

.Sao

Paulo, Biazil

Phi

Sigma Kappa

105-24 63 Dr. Atts ; .Science

PAUL WRAGG

HENDRIK WORKMAN

45 Radcliffe Ave.

Providence. RI

Black Rock Rd.

Pi

Arts & Science

Sigma

Alts i Science

Forest Hills. NY

Lambda Delta Phi

Wesr Warwick. RI

Middletown, RI

REGINA WROBLEWSKI

216 Sunset Ave. Home Economics

Newatk. NJ

ROBERT YOUNG

STEPHEN WUJCIK

Cumberland. RI Kappa Theta

158 Hope St. Arts Si Science

Phi

391

Westminster Rd.

Rockville Centei. NY Arts .y .Science

,

ROBERT ZOMPA

286 Kearney St. Arts & Science

Ctanston, RI Chi Phi

Alpha Epsilon Pi

i

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...SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS...

Row 1

1. to r.: Visco, M., Secretary; Pohlut, D., Social Chairman; Row 2 to r.: Dattore, G., President; Mancini, v., Vice Pres.; Andrews, R., Treasurer. I.


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.

.

.

the

.

had

team

outstanding

an

1962, finishing second

Championships

ence

virtories

over

Connecticut,

.

.

.

there

Northeastern,

and Brown

.

.

.

pole vaulters in New and John Gonsalves

Patton

in

dual

were

meet

New

best

two

season

in the Yankee Confer

.

.

Hampshire, Rhody had the England in Bob .

Bob

set a new

URI record of 14 feet V/^ inch while the New

winning England Intercollegiate Champion

he also ships Championship ...

.

meet

setting

.

won

set a new

as a

whole the

everything points son

.

.

.

won

the Brown

Brown field record

a new

Marshall ...

the Yankee Conference

Gonsalves

.

.

.

.

Bob

URI record in the team was

to

a

javelin outstanding and

successful

1963

sea

.

.

SPRING TRACK, 1962

.

.

.


.

.

best

.

URI

.

.

.

since tennis

season

won

9 and lost

initiated

was

1 match

only

.

.

.

at

1962

champions and second in the Yankee Con won every dual Championships team was led match in the Conference play Emanuel second ranked by Captain Barry player in the Yankee Conference State

ference

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

TENNIS, 1962

.

.

.


Captain to a

Ken Conte led

7 and I

legiate competition

Rhody

in intercol

season .

.

finished

.

second in the Yankee Confer ence

and second

in the New

England Championships Porter

was

petition were

.

.

.

.

in

outstanding

.

.

Joe

com

other lettermen

Al Deutscher, Lee Karof-

sky, Gary Leteicq, Jerre Pease, and Dennis Quine .

and GOLF

.

.


.

.

BASEBALL

.

1962 .

.

early

.

season

and Cronin corps

.

.

.

pitching

I

.

was

sharp

.

.

Ricereto

.

the mainstays of the pitching couple of tough ones to Brown

were

lost

.

.

a

""R^. '^"

and P.C. but finished fourth in the Yankee Con

ference

.

.

.

Pat Stark looks for

a

strong year in

1963 and improvements all around

.

.

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SAILING, 1962

.

.

.

.

led by Captain Gary Winslow to Focole "B" Regatta championships took fourth place in Champions for 1962 the N. E. Dinghy Championship at the Coast Guard Academy Morton, Frisella, and Lyons scored well throughout the season has of one the Rhody top sailing teams in New England .

.

.

team

Yankee

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.


FALL

SP

RTS ."-Vl


.

.

.

harriers had

.

necticut, the

a

a

successful

periennial

mainstay of

the

power

team

.

.

.

.

season .

.

.

.

defeated Con

.

Captain Bob Lund

Bob

won

just about

was

every

and took third place in the Yankee Confer he also finished fifth in the Championships two other N. E. Intercollegiate Championships seniors paced the team, Ernie Drew and Bill DiBattista dual

meet

ence

...

.

.

.

.

while Matshall

.

.

Gerstenblat, Pete Chamberlain, and

George Jacques played important

roles

.

.

.

.

CROSS


COUNTRY...


.

.

.

Rhody had

relatively

a

five games and losing four the year of competition the

this

...

strong season, it

was

only

winning

their second

of the

highlight victory over a strong Brandeis University club a rookies will build strong team next year year's .

.

.

season was .

.

.

.

.

.


.

.

.

SOCCER

.

.

.


SOUVENIRS

.

.


.

.

.

can

the defense be tight .

.


.

there it is, Vic

the Vermont game

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.

.

.

for a

Mancini and Cairo

at losing cause 21-12 rough loss a

...

.

.

lun

quiLc

.

.

.

payjil

strength home

.

.

.

.

.

so near

.

.

.

and then

.


.

.

.

but

strong, not

enough

.

from Homecominj

...

we

an

only

score

lacked the

.

speed

.

UMass

.

.

.

.

was really tough 42-8 they didn't .

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.


.

.

.

stopped,

.

.

but

man

only

.

.

Coach Chironna

behind the

for

men

.

.

.

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from Hofstra .

.

.

one

the East

.

.

.

of the top small college teams in 20-8 just too much .

.

.

.

.

.

.

Cairo

.

.

.

drive that line

.


...

a

long

way from home

.

.

.

.

you

re on

your

own now

.


Track

.

.

.

.

.

.

lar

indoor

Rhody

UConn URI

.

.

scheduled

unsettled

triangu

a

Columbia and

decisively won by Rhody also participated

.

.

season was

with

meet .

.

in the K of C Games in Boston

and

New

York,

BAA

Meet,

NAAU Meet, and the

IC4A

Games

.

.

.

the

varsity relay

did well in all team now

meets

.

.

looks towards

cessful outdoor

season

.

.

team .

a

.

the suc


Wrestling

.

.

opened with the year's wrestlers

second

.

many of last comers

new

spaces left

by graduation pound weight class had no an

loss of .

.

.

the

filled in many of the

123

...

one

point forfeiture in this often spelled the

automatic five

every

meet

.

.

.

difference between ...

no

losses due

year

point

son

next

Maack

.

a

loss this

to a more

year .

win and

graduation

a

to

.

successful

according

to

sea

coach

.

.

.


.

.

.

Basketball


.

.

its

Rhody opened

.

we

...

team

.

.

received .

blew

a

real

a

against Brandeis

season

from

scare

real small

a

first half lead but clutch shoot

ing from Denny McGovern sparked a late surge Lee and Logan led Rhotly's scorers and this was a forecast of things to come Miami's Hurricanes blew into Kingston for the second home tilt of the young season this nationally .

.

.

.

.

ranked their

team

wake,

had

few

a

88-80

.

.

.

big

.

guns

.

.

.

.

.

.

left URI in

Steve Chubin scored 21

for a losing cause against Northeast Rhody pulled out a 54-52 squccker over the the fourth game previously undefeated team

points

.

.

.

ern

.

of the

.

.

the firedagainst Fordham up Rams from Kingston pulled one of the big upsets in winning 74-71 season was

.

.

.

.

.

.


.

.

Rhody

.

Brown for the first game of the home

met

and home series

.

.

.

both

full

teams were at

strength

.

.

.

Chubin, 22 points, and possible Nightingale, 19 points led Rhody in a 63-62 losing battle in their second meeting Rhody prevailed 86Chubin and Mulfinger really shone for their 72 second trip to the Garden in two years the Rams drew Manhattan was just too much, a tough assignment as

close

a

game

as

.

.

.

...

.

.

...

.

.

winning. 88-82 was against Maine ...

.

.

the first Yankee Conference game

Kingston Rhody led all the triumph Logan played tossed for thirty points Chubin and at

.

.

.

way for its first conference

brilliantly

.

.

.

Lee had 24 and 19

.

.

.

.

respectively

.

.

.

.

.


...

as

the

ptogressed

season

became stronger ference opposition. .

.

.

rolled

losing only

chusetts and Connecticut

.

the Rams

over

.

.

the

to

con

Massa

the

along

Rhody had victories over UNH, St. John's, Colgate, and Georgetown lost a couple of tough ones to Arizona State and PC the Calverlymen fin .

.

ished 15-11 four years

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

second best mark in

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Captain of the Rams, Bob Logan came into his own as a ball player this season pro .

.

.

.

vided the

tion when it

.

.

and determina

spatk

needed

was

.

.

.

Frank

Nightingale started the season slowly but picked up that added something he is a real ...

asset to

have

on

a team

...

re

bounded with the tallest of the nation's best stein

.

.

provided

.

in the backcourr

ball handler

Ronnie Roth-

the needed .

kept

.

the

.

the

spark firey

team

on

the goat all times Denny McGovern, until his loss due to .

.

scholastic difllcuities, the best sixth area

in

long

a

.

time

was one

seen ...

year will be

turn next

awaited

men

.

.

.

of

in this his

re

anxiously


.

.

.

Charlie Lee

was

destined for

a

better year than last, probably here again scholasric woes

the best of any player on the team beset the team and Charlie was lost .

with the loss of these

two

key

men

.

.

at semester

break

Rhody played

.

.

.

with the

even

same

determination and spirit Denny Dillon and company filled last but not least, Steve Chubin ably Steve scored 510 .

.

.

season

in

England, be

.

.

points

to

.

.

this season,

one

finishing

Rhody's history

...

and NCAA District 1 honors of the top

promises to be except Logan .

.

...

he may well go

on

next year Rhody scorers of all time bigger and better one with everyone returning

a .

.

among the top six scorers for one he made All-Conference, All New

.

.

.

.


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.

.

.

.

.

.

and Softball

.

.

.


.

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.

.

Canoeing

.

.

.


Women's

Sailing

Team

.

.

season drew to a close with an increase membership and spirit. The group, com of Gail Cotter, Carol Kenney, Judy Sullivan, Bonnie Kreies, Sue Crawford, Sally Lambert, Ade line Trainor, and Gail Stevens, sailed in four out the four scheduled regattas finishing with two firsts, one second, and one third. .

.

.

the fall

in both

posed

URI, one of the twelve New England schools having membership in the Women's Intercollegiate Sailing Association, placed first among these twelve fot the fall season. Judy Sullivan, a freshman, re ceived the honor of being named the top skipper for the

season

.

.

.


.

.

Field

.

.

.

seven

.

Hockey

houses

participated

in this

.

.

year's

.

Intra

All games took place at the Women's Hockey Field at the rear of Wood

mural Tournament. new

ward Hall.

The

tournament

itself

was

conducted

under double elimination rules and the eventual

winning Phi

I

j

132

.

.

team was .

that

representing Lambda

Delta


officially started on Monday, qualifying practice round. The matches took place during the rest of October and the beginning of November at the E. R. courts. The winning housing unit was Tri-Delt, winning both the singles and doubles tournaments. Mary Lou Sylvester is the current singles cham pion and the team of Ellen Dierks and Jan DiRienzo, the doubles cham the Interhouse Tennis Tournament

...

October 15, with

pions

Tennis

.

.

.

.

.

.

a


Women's Athletic Association

.

.

.

.

WAA offers

enabling Each is

them

women

to

a variety of opportunities to every Co-Ed participate in sports activities of their choice.

student is

represented by

a

a

member of the association and she

chosen member of her

housing

unit.

.

.

.

In order to promote and conduct dance activities that will reach every

university, collegiate,

a

variery of sports and

women

student in the

wide range of Intramural, Inter and Co-Recreational sports activities as well as

WAA sponsors

Orchesis and other

a

special projects

^J.^A^a9^

.

.

.

I ro r ; Lawton, J., Presi Row I dent; Moses. D.. Vice President; Da|. ton, D.. Secretary; Flynn, M., Lou^ee. L., Berube. A.. Midwood. M.. Hazcn.

S.

Row

2

1.

to

r.:

Bruno, C,

Coutant, J., Cragan, M., Eddy, S.. Beaton, K.. Pelkus, R,, Stewatt, K.. Griffin, S. L.. Morton, J., Weinbcrs. P.. Melaracno. L.

Fencini


.

.

.

and

.

.

.

Orchesis

...

the field of dance is

opened when,

freshmen, the girls participate in dance classes learning rhe basic skills. as

From these classes interested

girls may join Orchesis. Junior Orchesis is the be is which open to all, ginning workshop while Senior Orchesis is the group which

gives annual

workshops throughout

the

petforming recitals and state

.

.

.


WOMEN'S RESIDENCES


exciting year at Alpha Chi was induced by the purchase of the Twenty new pledges participated with the sisters in the annual car wash. The social activity was completed with a Christmas party with Lambda Chi and the pledge formal. Sue Johnson served as President

...

An

Keaney

house.

of Panhcll

.

.

.

.

.

.

Alpha

Chi

Omega

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Alpha

Delta


Pi... Our

along

highest

with this

nal bonds and

always be

ours

ideal is that of

we

realize the

scholarship,

but

importance of fratet-

everlasting friendships

which will

in future years.

Whether it be the lively chanting of "String Along" during Rush, the closer acquaintances made with our profs during the "Apple Polishing Tea," or our annual L,idd School Christmas Party with Chi Phi, the A. D. Pi's work together with co-operation

and enthusiasm.

Although ories do

not.

but

the

only

"the oldest

Alpha

the years pass

quickly

Graduation does

beginning secrer

of

a

at

URI,

not mean

lifelong

mem

the end,

affiliation with

society for college

women"

Delta Pi.

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Alpha Epsilon .

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.

Phi...

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.

.

A E Phi had

since it

came to

one

of its busiest years

campus

two

years ago.

Both the aaives and the

pledges partici pated in both philanthropic and campus activities. Pledges collected food and toys at Christmas for needy families. The sisters stuffed animals for Lakeside Home. There sports

.

.

were

the rallies and house

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Alpha .

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successful year in Alpha Xi. Rushing with much One a new high. garnered twenty-four pledges projects this year has been selling lunches at the dorms

was a

enthusiasm,

we

of

our newest

on

Saturdays

and this

On the activities

and second in field

scholarship

.

.

.

have made

seems to scene we

hockey

and

placed

a

hit with everyone.

first in the rallies

volleyball

while still

competition

maintaining good


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Chi

Omega

Another great year for Chi Omega the highly coveted scholarship

winning

.

.

.

topped by trophy for the

was

third consecutive year and taking it out of circulation. their parents were honored at

Twenty new pledges and the Pledge Parents' Tea

in December.

Compensating

for the elimination of Homecoming floats this year, Chi O constructed Lawton held

a

duel

lawn display for the alums. Jan presidency, Chi Omega and WAA.

a

in rallies concluded with

an amazing raid Participation by the pledges. There was the rewarding philanthropic project ar Ladd School and the Chrisrmas party with Crag as Santa. .

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began the year by pledging girls. Although the house is its infant stage here, it again

Tri Delta

nineteen

still in

itself to be an intrical part of the campus community. They partici pated in the launching of the Trident

proved

and offered hell

ditional

excellent

an

Quonset

act

show. There

house

in the Pan-

were

rhe

tra

parties including the pansy party and the pine party and the annual pledge project, the shoe shine, by which the U.R.I, shoe population be comes spotless .

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Delta Zeta

Twenty-nine pledges

ended

a

successful tush

.

season

.

SH

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fOt DZ.

Again

the whole campus enjoyed the annual spaghetti supper. The house sponsored the Mother-Daughter banquet, the pledge formal, and the Christmas as

Party. Campus

activities

were

President of AWS, several DZ's served

GRIST

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many on

as

Judy Jones

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served

the editorial staff of the

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Lambda Delta Phi

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Philanthropic obligations

Christmas

parties

at

were

Ladd School and

fulfilled

by

by

the visits

.

the to

.

.

Thanksgiving Mann House.

and The

copped the second place prize in the door display contest. House parties included the Christmas party for thirty-four new pledges, the foreign students' tea, the Halloween party. May Parents' Day, and the Pledge Formal. The year was made complete by campus activities in the University Theatre and the Quonset party house

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Sue Mandell became Home

coming Queen.

For the second

brought Scholarship Improvement Cup. Pledging of twenty-five girls was followed by pledge raids and house par successive

year

SDT

home the Panhell

ties.

There

were

rallies, house

sports, Greek Week

.

.

.


Sigma Kappa

.

Sigma's spirit was aged by the effect of .

.

.

not

.

a

.

dam

flooded

house after Christmas vacation.

They moved in

the

in after

dorms

a

and

few

days

continued

with campus and house activi ties. Spring semester brought

initiation,

the

annual

May

House tea,

Breakfast, the Open

and house parties. Angle Vigliotti completed a very successful term as

President

.

.

.


Inter dorm Council Executive Board

Row 1 1. to r.: Myers, J., Chair Sullivan, M.. Secretary; man; Cordes, E.. Treasurer; Zeek, J., Row 2 1. to Chairman. Publiciry r.: Harrington, M., Wilkinson, L, Jackson. J.

.

.

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Panhellenic Council

iMiitfiimii .

.

.

the Panhellenic Council is the

governing body for inter-sorority re lations. There are two delegates from each sororiry who work to gether to fotmulate rules and regu lations for sorority rushing. During the year, they sponsor a Pen-Hel Work Day included as a parr of MERC week. They co-sponsor sorority-fraterniry sing and publish a pan hellenic booklet for freshmen rush

Row

1

I.

to

r.:

Johnson. S., President;

Arcnson. M., Vice President; Giroux, V.. Treasurer; Oxiey. L., Publiciry Chairman. 1. to r.: Pierson. D., Smith, N.. Row 2 Packer, E., Baf;noll. C, Davis. G., Moses. D I. to r. : Gillespie, J., Davidson, A., Row 3 Soares, J., Lintlop. L.


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although founded primarily as a social organization. Alpha Epsilon Pi still finds time to uphold scholarship and campus obli gations. But happily wc'can look back upon the highlights of the social season, and the usefulness of the "armory" with a great deal of satisfaction and pleasure. Now that we again have a home, the future looks brighter and brighter .

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Beta Psi

Alpha

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Chi Phi

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in the

...

Iota Phi

Spring of 1962, the oldest fraternity on campus, Rho Kappa, was installed as the Rho Iota Kappa chapter of Chi Fraternity, one of the oldest national brotherhoods in the

In the following months the new fiaternity proceeded to rightful place on campus by winning the Homecoming Lawn Display competition and the Model United Nations Debate. Participation also extended to the field of sports as Chi Phi placed second in the Intramural football league.

country.

take

Its

Consonant with the average of the house

fraternities, making

Fraternity's scholastic ideals, the second highest of the

the academic

was

men's social

this the third year in succession in the top three

academically. New

as

the

fraternity is,

tions of the Nut House Fall Formals.

service

bright

fifty

year old tradi

Chi Phi looks forward

to

a

futute of

success

University, and prospects for the coming year evidenced by the pledging of twenty-eight new pledges

to as

it still retains the

Ball, the Spring Picnic, and the Spring and

the

and are .

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the Lambda Chis have had another great year. back and so are his leadcakes. Mrs. M. also

...

Harry's

what

made it back for the year cage

rattling

or

Friday night

Ue and his committee the house up and is still

a

change

no more

horror shows. Thanks

scholarship

to

has gone

climbing.

Leo, Rabbitt, Sam, and company brought home

Open Bowling League championship while Wedge and Keatsie are still the badminton champs. The floorboard five are moving right along with a full head another

of steam, and Let's is back

not

along

no one can

forget

stop them.

those

parties!

The Ranch Dance

with the Sweetheart Dance,

Spring Formals. Last but not least, "swinging" dry Vic dances .

.

Pledge

and

how about those

.

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a '.:a -ri


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Kappa Theta

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Sigma

Delta

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Phi

Sigma

Delta

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although only rwo Sigma Delta has shown to stay. Placing third .

.

.

years old Phi that it is here in

scholarship

among the fraternities has done much to

enhance

while

our

acrivities have been

very successful. Each ment we

helps

believe

Delta looks

Phi Sisma tlclta

Uniocrsil'tj ^\\o6e iTslani)

to to

to

academically,

stature

our

socially

accomplish

new

further the ideals which

be

Phi

important.

the future

.

.

.

Sigma


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the old

.

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book

a

by

saying "you

judge

exemplified chapter. Although one

Nu Eta

by

can't

its cover" is

of the oldest houses

on campus, Nu of the tops in per sonal and activities. The house last

Eta is still

one

year maintained third Intramurals and in

place in both Scholarship, Intercollegiate

winning the Trophy for combined scholarships. while

arhletics and

The social

by

the

season was highlighted Pledge Dance, Homecoming

Dance, the Fiesta and Picnic. Mu a

was

indeed

proud

to

Phi

co-sponsor

Christmas party for the local with Delta Zeta.

or

phanages

In another year Nu Eta

chapter

will

be

most

modern house in the Phi Mu

the

boasting

Delra circle.

newest

and

The ground has just recently been broken for a new $280,000 house .

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Phi Mu Delta

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Sigma

Chi

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forget

activities, and intensified curriculums. All this along

of the year: Homecoming, with its great turnout; the Sweetheart Ball, full of nostalgia and beautiful girls; the Barbary Coast Ball,

with Ma Thornley, the cold winter decks, the newlyplanted, newly-trampled grass, slow-motion foot

.

.

.

the Seniors who have left

the memorable

us

will

never

events

Spring social season; the Derby, with its "brawn against brawn;" the Turkey Bowl game and triumphant brothers once again. All this has been against a background of Rhody's increasing spirit, campus expansion, Union again the highlight of

the

ball, and

the Twist.

"Chair!"

"Telephone!" "It'll never get off the ground!" "Study hours!" "Pledge!" "Line call!" None of this will be forgotten by those who were a part of it for

so

long. 189


SIGMA N

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.

.

Sigma

Nu


...

in the past year

scholarship

rise

have

we

seen our

heights

to new

and

we

have become the runners-up in the In Trophy competition in ath

tramural

letics. The White Rose Formal,

Pledge

Formal, Sprnig Weekend, and the ious

the

bancjuets success

made the social

that it

was

.

.

var

season

.

V.

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.

Sigma

.

Phi

Epsilon .

.

.

at

stark determination

ing

.

The past academic year was Sig Ep's first full URI. During this period the Sig Eps revealed

.

year

be

.

a a

to overcome

the

of be

adversity

group and produced glimpses of what glorious and rewarding future, new

Sigma

Phi

Epsilon placed high

intramurals and while

not

in the

producing

the

volley

can

ball

results

same

in other sports the fraternity is hopeful of a better in the future. One high point for Sig Ep

showing was

a

very excellent

festivities.

ticipate

Sig Ep

showing

was one

in the inter-house

in the annual chariot

in the Greek Week

of six fraternities

sing and

race.

later

to

placed

par

second

One chariot, built and

designed by our first pledge class also won title to first place for best looking. Sig Ep highlighted its social season with its tradi tional Sweetheart Ball. This formal occasion

was en

lightened by the crowning of the Sig Ep Sweetheart. During the football season Sig Ep produced one of the most fiamboyant floats ever produced for a rally and the float was subsequently requested by rhe Blue Key to represent URI in the Homecoming parade. At present, Sig Ep is situated at 40 Fortin Road in

a

house rented from

Brotherhood is on

Fraternity

of

hopeful

Row

.

.

.

Dr. and Mrs. Pease. soon

building

a new

The house


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1962-63 school year with great vigor!

the coat

of white

people living Pi exists

at

paint

and

a

freshly seeded

there look up and be

the

proud

!

A

into new

lawn made that

Sigma

University of Rhode Island. activities in

Christmas

spreading Fraternity's cheer for last year was something new for the local chapter. Participating for the first time in the Fraternity- Sorority sponsored parties for under-priviledged children, Sigma Pi held a party for 20 young The brotherhood enjoyed sters from Ladd School. the experience so much that this event may well be The

come an

Also

annual new

Niven, Sigma tired mers

for

our

us

in future years.

housemother.

Mrs. Charlotte

Pi's housemother for twelve years,

the end of the '62 school year. After search, the chapter found Mrs. Isabelle

at

from the

doing

event

was

an

re

a sum-

Hickey University of Connecticut. Mrs. Hickey is exceptional job and Alpha-Upsilon is more

than satisfied with her.

strength in numbers planned normal level

The at to

of

its

of

Sigma Pi continued plans are afoot

50. No

enlarge this number because we have found a house fifty large enough ro function properly and still quality of brotherhood.

retain the

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Scholastically, the chapter showed an increase in quality point average for the third successive year. mid-year, the Q.P. average levelled off at about 2.4 This figure was higher than both the all men's and all fraternity average.

its

At

The past year has shown Sigma Pi to grow scholastically, and socially. We at Alpha-Upsilon .

.

.

both look

come

for this .

.

.

growth

to

continue in

the

[ime

to

.

.

.

Sigma

Pi


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Tau

Kappa Epsilon

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Chi... no one can deny the leadership, influence, and accomplishments of the members of Thets Chi. In ...

the past year

we were

activity and

were

the

Achievement Award

active in all

phases of campus proud recipients of rhe Top and the IFC Improvement

Award.

We,

as a

fraternity,

annual functions.

have

lighted by Homecoming, the

our

traditions and

The fall social

season

our

high

Pledge Underprivileged Children's Chrisrmas Party; Wake and the Beaux Arts Paddy Murphy's

while

Ball

is

Formal, and

the

are

dusted off each

spring

.

.

.


Adams Hall


Bro wning Hall


Butterfield Hall


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Inter-Fraternity

Council

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the IFC is the governing body for the fraternities on campus, and such promotes cooperation among the fraternities, and formulates the rules and procedures for Rushing and Pledging. IFC also acts as

...

as

judging body in event of university or IFC rules infraction-s by any fraternity. Its membership consists of two representatives from each fraternity, and their activities include Homecoming displays, IFC Con vention, pubhcation of the Rush Brochure, production of Greek Week, and the coordination of many other fraternity events the

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f Row I Masso, T., President; Kullberg, G., Treasurer; Bumpus, I. to r.: Ancona, J. B.. Kearns, T., Saabye, A., Rocchi J. Row 2 C, Tello. J.. Walz, R., Wolf. M., Souie, T., Northup, W., Danieli to r. : Paliutta, Levitan. A.. Con^don, C, Virgapamo, P., J. Row 3 R son, H., DcFawti, M.. Heelan, J., Tyszkowsky, R., Conboy. T., -

DiGrado, H.

.

Inter-Hall Council

1. to r.: Lambert. D., Row 1 Chairman; Heywood, R., Secretary; Casey, N.. Rowley, J.. Miller, S. Row 1. to r.; Carlslen G., Boudreau, 2 K., Parraentier. A.. OCallaghan, D.,

Sargent, G.

.

.

.

composed

of

the

elected

officers of each men's residence hall, the council coodinates all the activities for the residence halls and means

of

as

provides

such

a

the dormi

governing

the tory student. This year council has been instrumental in rewriting and reorganizing its constitution and in

activities

residing

planning

for students

strictly in dorms

.

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ORGANIZATIONS


...Go verning

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Row 1

1.

dent. Row 2

to r.:

1.

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DiBiasio, A., President; Rrmenelli, R.. Vice Presi McDowell, Secretary; Gonsalves, J,, Treasurer;

to r.:

Sophomore

Sculco, F,.

Junior Class Officers

Class Officers

.

,

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Row 1 1. ro r.: Duffy, P., Secretary; Potter, N., Advisor; Dalton, D,, Social Chairman. Row 2 1. to r.: Florio, W., President; Yaghoobian, C, Treasurer; Hitchen. J., Vice Presidcnr

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Freshmen Class Officers

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Bodies

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Row 1

1. ro r.: Jones. J., President; Packer, E., Vice Presi dent; Duffy. P., Secrerary; Robbins, G.. Treasurer; Gerstein 1. to r, : Gillespie, J., M., Helsei. M., Aronson, M. Rrw 2 Brynes, E.. Davis, G., Johnson, S., Whirton, L., McDowell, N.. Cragan, M,, Villa, C. Pelchat, J., Bassctt, S. Row 3

I.

to r.: Pachcco, A.. Colctta. J.. Berthiaume, S.. Cofoni, S., Pelleticr. C Vidler. R.. Kenney. C:., Cutter, A.. Flynn. M. Row 4 1. to r.: Gencarelli. M.. Fkaman, B., Dalton, D., Rapp. C. Hayward, J., Winslow. H., Krebs. B., Morrow, L.,

ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTE

governing body for

AWS is the

students is

responsible

the URI campus. It for the initiation and for on

the enforcement of the rules and regu lations which are published in the Blue

Book.

Every undergraduate

woman

is

member and

as such is represented on composed of representatives from all women's housing units and the major campus organizations on campus. a

the council

AWS coordinates many varied programs and activities which have become an acpart of campus life.

capted

among these

are

Numbered

MERC week, the

Open

House program, socials for the Foreign Students, the Junior Counselor program for

incoming freshman women, and the featuring outstand

Afternoon of Music

ing

talent

Island

.

.

.

from

all

parts

of

Rhode

.

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Student Senate .

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Carolyn Miller, Senator, Stephen Rosenberg, Senate president.

and

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of the main issues taken

one

the Senate this past year the revision of the Senate

by

was

constitution. The group also dis cussed any activities of students

of other

colleges

well

that

pertain to regard

all issues

URI

as

ing

student aaivities

campus

.

.

.

as

on

this


Row 1

I.

2

r.:

I. to

Russo, M., Chairman; Bourck, F., Jones, J., V.gliorti, A. Packer. E. Row Berrhiaume, S., Pohlut, D., Helsei, M.. Whirton. L., Aronson. M., Sronc, C,

to r.:

Oxicy, L.

.

.

.

Judicial Board

composed of women students elected by AWS, judicial board is the regulatory body of the women on campus. Formed to assist individuals to make satisfactory adjustments to campus life the Board helps girls under stand the reasons behind the rules and regulations and issues reminders to enforce them. The Board meets each week to discuss with the girls enfringments of the rules. Also, the members go to the dorms to discuss informally any problems women students may have .

.

.

.

.

.


The Union Board of Directors ...

the Union Board of Directors is the

ing body of is composed the

areas

of

the R. I. Memorial Union.

policy

mak

The Board

of four (4) Councils which work in Research & Evalua

Leadership Training,

tion, Public Relations, and Personnel. There

are

seven

Union Committees under the

Board of Directors which present

a

varied and inter

esting

program of activities.

They

of interest, from the Union Dances

cover a to

wide range

the Annual Ski

Trip. Participation in portunity to make college years .

.

.

Union Activities new

friends and

provides to

an

op

enrich your


.

.

.

the union committee chair

men

head

seven

committees;

music and arts, program, coffee hour, dance, games, movie, and

outing. The committees strive to provide a variety of activi ties in the Union for the entire campus

.

.

.

Row 1

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ro

r.:

Zaroogian, P., Cragan, M., Thomason, R., Radio, M., Shuster, D., Zybura,

E.

Union Committee Chairmen


MEN'S COMMUTER'S ASSOCIATION


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Women's Commuter's Association Executive Board

Row I

Treasurer.

I. to r.: Knerr, F., Secrerary; Fultyn, M., Chairman; Cloutier. M-. President; Hickey, P.. Row 2 I. to r.: Rasberry, A., Burbank, B.. Srevens. J.. Kelvin. M.. MacDonald, S.,

Pscncik, M., Andrukiewicz, A.


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.

Professional

Row 1

1. to r.: Gibeaulr. V.. President Huks. B.. Vkc Prcsi .km; Kenyon. S., Secrerary; McKenna, J.. Treasurer; N anfredi. C, Cardint I. ro r.: Cowley, V.. Ellior. W., Hogai M., Hirsr. P. Row

uller, W., Smart, E.,

Ogot. P..

,

Club

Aggie

.

URI

...

Showman's Club

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promoting the art and science of judging and showing livestock and livestock products is the ulti mate objective of the Aggie Showmen. Each year they sponsor a Dairy Products Judging team, Dairy Cattle Judging team, and Poultry Judging team which then .

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compete with the top northeastern colleges .

Row

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1

t.

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WeKsmuiicr

Beiousek. i: AdMsor. Row 2 Treasurer; Crowley, V., Taber, R. .

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1.

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r< )

Presidenr:; Ellnir, W., Secretary; T.:

Ftmn,

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,

,

Hopai1. M.. Hourihan. J.. Hicks. 11.. NKK,

teams .

.

from each of the other


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Soil

.

Conversation

Society .

.

formed

.

to

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.

interest students in

the conservation of soil and

of

I

water

through

this club

belongs

national

organization,

Water

Conservation

con-

soil

con-

to

the

The Soil and

Society of America. During the year they ini tiated a program for the Agricul tural Club

educate the members

to

phases of conservation. They sponsored competitive essay contests for Rhode Island High in

also

School students

on

soil conservation.

gain further knowledge and ideas the group attends regional meetings of the society where they come in To

with local

contact

pie

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bers

sharing

common

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.

professional

.

Secretary -Treasurer; Donnelly, D., President; Kenyon, S., Vice R.. Advisor; Clapham, A., Refian, J.. Lanowy, R.. Manfredi, C.

interests within the

college

of Home Economics, the

mem

these interests for personal and professional growth. During the past year, have had among their activities a Ladd Sch(K)l project in which they worked with those who will be going out to work and an Old Age Project during which they visited the Watson Convalescent Home for six weeks. They also held a Silver Tea to raise funds for the International Scholarship fund and gave a reception for rhe new E)ean of Home Economics. Dean Downing. Again, this year they success fully held their Mum sale for Homecoming use

Home Economics Club

they

,

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.

.

.

.

M., Lcpore, C, Brown, C. Gremour. S., Bradshaw, N., Dougla; M.. Barrett J. Riley, L., Jones, D.

n,

peo-


.

.

Accounting

.

Associaiton

.

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.

uk^j.^

n

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a.

.

...

as

create

various

.

Alpha

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Delta

Sigma

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.

the National Professional Advertising Fraternity, Alpha Delta Sigma attempts to interest in advertising as a profession. The beginner is intrcxluced to all the problems which may arise. The fraternity again this year put out the semester

social calendars and blotters which were distributed during registration. activity this year, they distributed the URI-RIC Referendum buttons .

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As

a

special

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Row 1 1, to r. : Swider, E., President; Greenstein, J., Vice President; Raisner, M., Secretary; Anes, I. to r. : Sadwin, L., Mignone, S., Bordas, R., Jordan, R., Botvin, M. R., Treasurer. Row 2


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American

Marketing Association

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k Society Row 1

1.

for the Advancement of

Sorterup, K., President; Testa. M., Vice President; Sabatini, V., Secretary; Roberto, R., Treasurer. Row 2 I. to r.: Przybala, K., Botelho, F,. Tucker, J., to r.:

Management


</*;? 1

Row

I

to

r-:

Panek. J.. President; Sarellis. A Rccordins Secrerary; Ireasurer; Ashulkian. S., .

Genres. J,. Corresponding .Secretary; Arscnaulr. H

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.

.

.

Sen. Rep.

Row 2

1.

ro

r.:

Merrill. B.. Edwards. P.. Fhrieks. J., lacobui

R.. James. P., DiQuinzio, De.. Horovjtz, M.. Fletcher, K., Roy. P.

American

Pharmaceutical Association

Kappa

.

.

.

Psi

Epsilon chapter of professional phar maceutical fraternity .

.

.

Beta

Kappa

Psi

.

.

.

I. to r.: Ashuktan, S.. Treasurer; Arsenault, Row 1 1. H.. President; Morgan, R., Kayaha, A. Row 2 to r.: Johnson, R., James, P., lacobucci, R., Gerraughty,

Steinke, J., Secretary;


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Lambda .

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.

Professional

Kappa Sigma pharmaceutical sorority

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Chemistry Society .

.

...

to

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.

stimulate greater interest

chemistry, the Chemistry So ciety showed films, held lectures, and planned field trips to large industrial plants and other places of interest. They also strove to develop closer undergraduate, graduate and faculty relations. The society is an affiliated chap in

ter

of the American Chemical

Society

.

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.

Row 1 I. to f.: Hopp, Presidenr; Gillespie, J., Secretary-Treasurer; Sullivan. B., Soc. Chairn Southwick, E. Row 2 I. to r.: Wenghoefer, H., Freedman, A., Kelvin, P., Soares, J., Collins. Chisholm, M., Knowles, N., Chambers, C, Morris, G. Row 3 1. to r.: Jamieson, R., Cappucc E., Feit, I., Dressier, M., Lamb F. Ingraham, P., Ricci, V., Farley, G.

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.Engineering Council... established in 1939, the gineering council has acted .

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en on

suggestions and worked on im proving the aspects necessary for a better engineering program here at the University of Rhode Island. The group coordinates all the activities and events from the various student

engineering societies. The membership is comprised of the presidents and elected delegates from the engi neering societies, along with the Dean of the College of Engineer ing

adv

Row 1 i. to r.: Felts. T., President; Spaziano, R., Treasurer; Laycock, G., 1. to r,: Long, K., Secretary. Row 2 Gustavson, D., Szelag, T, Tuxbury, N.. Nourse, R.

.

Romenelli. R.,

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.

American Institute of Chemical

Engineers


^

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1 1. to r.: Bibeault. D., President; French. S,. 1 Vice Presidenr; Sransfield, R., 2W Vice Presidenr; Barone. R.. Treasurer; I. ro r.: Cressy, A.. Flanagan, J., Boart, F., Secretary. Row 2 _

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.

.

of American

Society .

.

.

I. ro r.: Spaziano, R., Presi Row 1 dent; Gustavson, D., Vice President; Long, K., Treasurer; Matook. G., Saltman. G.. Stern, T.. Danielian, C. Mac.

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Boick. J., Lawless. W., Newton. A.. Hickey. L., Cook, J., Lyon, R. Row *

I.

ro r. :

Decoteaux. P.. Szelas. T.. Peterson. H.. ORourke,

M.. Colavecchio, D., Mikucki, W.. Mollo, R.. Marshall. R.

Military Engineers

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.

American Institute of Industrial

.

Engineers


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.

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m

Institute of

Electronics

1

and Electrical

Engineers

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L to r.; Felts, T., President; Cardillo, A., Vice Presidenr; Guevretnont, W., Treasurer; I. to r.: Dziekiewicz, F., Gregoire. P., Wilson, T., Lagasse, A., Secretary; Gonsalves, J. Row 2 I. ro r.; Aldrich, D., Poland. D.. Schultz, L.. Sr. Angelo, J.. Kennedy. R.. Nalbandian, A. Row 3 Hcnschcl. J.. Wales, W.. Peterson. H.. Kindl. J. Row I

.

.

American

Society

of Mechanical

Engineers


^-'^ S^ Row I

1.

ro r. :

.:fl #'JH'*'''# LjRI A-M*-, I. to r.: Saabye A., McCourt, D., J., O'Rourke, M., Duffy. C. Row 3 Colavecchio. D.. Flanagan. J., Jalberr. R.. Boick. J.. Baron. A.

Hopkins, J., Presidenr; Robinson. S.. Vice Presidenr;

I. ro r.: Snow. R., Treasurer; Lawless. W.. Trudeau, M. Row 2 Lyon. R.. Szczepanek, F.. Shaw. R.. Congdon, C. Hanchert, R., Cook.

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American

Society

of Civil Engineers

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.

Economics

.

Society

during rhe pasr year the Economics spealtets from various economic fields. .

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cussions

concerning contemporary

have tried

arising levels

I. to r. : Acciardo, R., President; Marsella, R., Vice President; Row I I. ro .r: Rogers, J. M., Cimino, J. Ore, J., Secretary-Treasurer. Row 2 P., Del Bonis, J. C, Lahoud, J. H. D.

on .

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.

to

bring

the

greater

municipal,

.

.

.

,

has entertained

Society Through informal dis problems, they of matters continually

economic

awareness

state,

.

.

national and

international


I

m Row 1

1. to r.: Baglini, N., Presidenr; Soule, T., Vice President; I. ro r.; Fiddes, J.. Secretary; Ohsberg, H.. Treasurer, Row 2 Diani, R., Hofstettcr, L., Egan, C Kellcy. D., Port, D., Gilefsky. ,

Insurance Association

.

.

.

Math

Club

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.

.

I. to r.: Gallo, J., Presi Row 1 denr; Roth. N., Vice Ptesident; Hoops, J., Secrerary; StaufJet, J., 1. to Advisor; Long. D. Row 2 r.: Ashjian. J., Duryea, P., Airman, N.. Reese. B., Grecnsrein, S.. Silva, Plourdc. S.. W., Barletta, E., Habig, 1. C. Haroorunian, C. Row ^ ro r.: Lachance. T., Caldwell. R.. Garrh, R., Silber, D., Sylvesrre. E., Masuck, W.. Ratner. M., Friedman,

H.


Row 1

1.

to r.:

C

Bilgor, S.. Kelly, Zanfagna, D.

Lifrak, S., President; Kenyon, J., Secretary; Barron, R., Treasurer; McElroy, E., Row 2 1. to r.: Garriepy, M., Parry, R., Smith, D., Barletta, W., Foran. J..

.

.

.

Psychology

Club

. ~

Advisor; Hennessey. A.. Barringron. M. .

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French

Club .

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.

allied with the National French

Club, this organization

meets

on

the

Thursday of every month. Their activities include such things as listening third

to recordings and excerpts from plays. They strive to provide the students with broader background in speaking and interpreting the language

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P

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Ro

Trc-dsurcr; llcr.iux. R.. Yagho,,bi.iii,

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A

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A

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R,,w 1 1, to r.: DiBattista. idenr; San.llei lames. P.. Treasurer; Jackson. J. M.. Secretary. Goodwjn. K.. Panek, J., Turtle. I. to i.: Hicks. B.. Morta, J., Ashukian. S.. N., Muiphy. K. E. Row 2 Olney. A., Koetzner, K., Tierjen, J.. Duvari. A., Delphin. C, Choi, Y., Koenig, 1, to r.: Kiernan J., Der Marderosian, A.. R., Chase, E., Poher, S. Row .i

Phi .

Sigma

Alpha Chi Chapter of Phi Sigma honorary biological society .

.

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.

.

.

Physics Society

Auderrcr. R.. Smith. J.. Pearson. I Hinderstem. W Goldsmith. Row A 1. to r., Menzi, W.. Carpenter. W.. Ames, R., Carijer, J., Vmegar, A., Chav. ous. L., Osmolski. V., Gibson, W.. Cohen, J., Smith, P.. DeFeo, J.. Harri.

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Nutrix


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(ompany Commander; Clini'

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Adiutant; Horrulw, D.

F

P.. Drill Team tj.mmandcr and Supply Officer; Katz. D

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njnce

.

PleJp

Pershing .

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this drill the

at

annual

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1.

team

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.

unit has among its activities the saber drill for the Coed Colonel also give an exhibition drll for Miss U. R. I. at the

Military Ball. They spring open house

to r.;

Rifles

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DePacc, P.. W-UL-.duj, A., PjIhuOct, R., Tun


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Publications

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the voice of the campus, URI's

weekly student newspaper includes facts and opinions. The Beacon provides ex periences in reporting, editing, makeup, photography, business, advertising, and circulation

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Eric Swider, Editor-in-Chief

Steve

Mignone,

Margo Materese, 232

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Art Director

Features Editor

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.Carolyn Wilkie, Managing

Edii

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Jim Clingham,

Beacon

Business

Manager

Bill Parillo,

Sports

Editor

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Pete Cassels, News Editor

.


...

in the past year

a

great deal of time and

effort has been spent in producing a yearbook of which every member of the staff and every student can be justly proud. On these pages many of the staff members are pic tured, and it is these people and the follow

ing staff members possible .

Business

.

who made this

publication

.

Neal Dye Ken Busby Dick CipoIIa

Manager

Editor Men's Residence Editor Womcn'^ Residence Editor

Literary

Secretary

Steph;

Women's Sports Editor Men's Sports Editor Activities Editor Advertising Editor Senior Pictures Ed Circulation Editor Layout Editor Managing Editor

Photographers

Judy Aubrey nie Delfausse Barbara Frost

Larry Very Lorel Ox ley Gene McCaffrey Ellen Five Sandi Molak Pat Hi slop Martha Gencarelli

John McFarland, Margo Matarese, Mike Klareich, Paul

.

Lore!

Oxley,

Duryea,

Activities Editor

Vic Farmer

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John

E.

Engsti

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John Duffek, Advisor

.

Grist A


.

Mike Klarreich


WRIU.

Mike

...

Gerald,

Station

the student owned and

station

features it

news,

Manage:

operated

radio

music, and special

Also, provides training for mem bers in radio station operations, broadcasting techniques, and technical operations events.


New

Literary Society .

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.


1. to r. : Lacey, W., President; Paine. P., Treasurer; Caswell, S., Publicity Chairman; Row 1 I. to r.: Chandler, N., Silva, E., Will, R., Director; Jackson, M.. Fine. J., Pashalian. J. Row 2 Armitage, D., Tierney, N., Zeek, J., Skonberg, P., Mazmanian, M., Pascog, D., Eddy, R.


.

.

.the curtain rises four times

the

a

year

at

Theater. The program four dramatic productions

University

consists

of

each year and

a musical on alternating At their meetings they present experimental one-act plays and work with oral interpretations and dramatic readings. The past year they successfully produced "View from the Bridge," by Arthur Miller, "Sound for Scandal," by

years.

'

Sheridan, "Desire Under the Elms, and "Happy Haven," by Arden, an American

premier

of

a

British

Professor Salnon

.

.

play

directed

by

.

University

VITIES..

Theater


International Relations Club VYwrm*

Totten. C. Advisor; Ftcley. W Presidenr; Stenhousc. G., Vice Pr, McCann. J,, King. J.. Kirktwxid. 'D.. Bans, G., Marsella, R., Dann Raisner. F.. Dattore. B.. ODonnell. T. .

themselves and all URI dents in

.

All Nations Club

foreign people, places,

.

sent

delegates

to

collegiate

International Re

lations Clubs conferences and Row I

stu

and situa

tions is the purpose of this organization. To achieve their goal, the club presents speakers who deal with world problems. They have

I. to r.; Chaubal. i :.. President; Elias. W.. Vice President; Tranh, C, Social Chai 1. to r.: Jackson, J Publicity Chairm n. Row 2 Ogot, P., Nalbandian, A., Mugdai Tanenbaum, J., Park, M., Sun' r, K., Mcdora. R., Henry, M.

to

meetings

of World Affairs Council of Rhode Island

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4-H Club...


Young Democrats

.

.

.

Row 1 1. to r.: Molak, S., Secrerary; Andreoni, A., President; Holley, B.,

Stare Committee Woman. 1.

to r.; Rockafellow, Winslow, E., Advisor.

Row 2

R.,

Advisor;


.

.

now a

.

non-political

organ

ization. S. D. A. has continued to strive to stimulate and in form students cure

more

as

well

as

to se

academic freedoms.

TTiey presented part of "Challenge" such discussions as "Sexual Morality and the Twen tieth Century." Mike Harring as

ton,

ist

a

from the American Social

Party,

Other

was

a

activities

guest speaker. included the

sponsoring of Freedom Rides and an investigation of Barber shop discrimination. As a high light they published a magazine entitled "Outlook"

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Students For Democratic Action

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Young Republicans .

.

to

this

.

.

organization on campus is striving interested students with the signifi

new

acquaint

cant

.

issues of the

party and hopes to Young Republicans. This

Republican

affiliate with the State

past fall, they brought .several of the Republican candidates here, including Governor Chaffee. were opxen meetings in which the candi dates stated their views and answered any ques

These

tions asked of them

.

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Skin

.

Diving Club

.

.

.

under the direction of Dt. Richard

Wood, the skin diving club

was ofganizcd for the purpose of teaching Intelcsted students the use of the snorkel and scuba equipment. They usually hold two

"wet"

meetings

derwater skills members.

a

are

month.

Various

un

taught by advanced

Before the members

can

be

gin using such equipment as the mask, fins, snoikel and aqua lung, they must pass

1. to r.: Tucker, N., Secretary; Lanowy, R-, President; Lappin, j^Qft, 1 I to r.: Peterson, H., McClarran, S., Heister, P., Sarncr, J., Laycock, G. Ro A.. Baillargeon, N., Wenzel, R.

an

endutance

test

in

swimming

.

.

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^l^JLl i. ro r.: Doody, Dr. Advisor; Mooncy, J., President; Andreoni, O., Presidenr; Lowy, R., Secretary; Patrick, C, Treasurer; Fosketr, 1. to r.: J., Brown, J. Row 2 Filippone, J., Perrotta, J., Richardson, T., Hayden, P., Flannery. B., Pritchard. A., Ac ciardo, R., Gould. J.. Klibanoff, A. Row 1 A. G.,

Vice

the URI Debate Council has had a very active year vocally. have effectively argued their way from here to Vermont and back. On the international scene, the URI debaters have sponsored visiting teams from as far away as Canada and New .

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.

They

Zealand. The campus activities of the URI debate council in clude the model UN, debates among the various teams from colleges and universities in Rhode Island and the annual URI ...

URI

intercollegiate URI debaters

sponsoring

Debate Council

debate are

the R.

the annual Model

such

as

high

school in the

held in the

tournament

spring

spring.

The

crop of debaters by School Forensic League, and events

helping I. High

to

rear

a

Congress .

.

.

new

and the

Navy League

for


.

Folk Music Club

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Radio Club


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Yacht Club

every Monday for six weeks the Yacht Club during the past year sponsored a learn sail program for students, faculty and staff. Sailing races are featured every Friday summer. In connection with the Freshmen Sailing Team, they strive to foster

during the fellowship

and

good sportsmanship

for those interested in

sailing

.

.

.

Row 1

I. to r.: Phillippi, E., Commodore; Osterbere, E.. Vice Commodore; Cotter, G.. Secretary; I. to r.: Jones W., Drowne, E., Stevens. G., Peirson. D.. Ferrante. W.. Frisella. J. Row 2 Bradshaw. N., Patrick. C, Wortton, K,. Benson, R.. Grimm, P., Jizmagian. C, Socks, J., Johnson, M., Douglas J., Medeiros, M., Botvin. M., Wing. A.. Johnson. T.

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Religious Organizations

Row 1 I. to r.: Sproul, N., President; Hurley, J., Vice Presi dent; Oberndoffcr, J., Recording Jiecretary; Coombs, E., Corre sponding Secretary; Aronson, S., Treasurer; Sullivan, J. Row 2

.

.

composed

.

tions

on

activities

of

representatives

of all

.

.

.

.

R., Radio, M.. Brit

.

religious organiza

campus, the council works to foster interfaith campus. Among their activities are lectures

on

both the

on

Council

Inter-Religious

.

,

.

legical

and

also

practical topics. They

serve

sounding board on common organizational problems. The principle activity of the year has been four free films with a religious undertone, such as Bergman's "Wild as a

Strawberries ..."

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Christian Science

.

Organization

.

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.

conrributing to the overall college religious pro gram, the group seeks to elevate the campus atmos phere. They held Christian Science lectures open to .

.

rhe

.

public

and also

weekly testimony meetings

.

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Row i 1. to r.: Corbin, L., President; Hammar, P., Secretary-Treasurer; Britten, S.. 1. to r.; Morris, D., Co-Advisor; Haslam, R., Wyman. R., Mor Robertshaw, J. Row 2 ris, W., Co-Advisor.


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.

.

Canterbury

Association .

.

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.

Association offers

Canterbury

ested students and

faculty

members

.

.

to

inter

Episcopal

religious studies, community service, and rearion.

variety

rec-

the year, they sponsor a of speakers jointly with the Christian

During

Association, coffee hours, and tehological dis cussion groups

Row 1 Row 2 Row 3

Hillel America's largest and oldest fra organization, Hillel meets twice Friday evening serv ices are conducted by the members. Once a month they sponsor Sunday morning brunches. Together they plan dances and mixers to encourage sociability and teams of Hillel members visit nearby B'nai B'rith lodges and congregations, briefing them on their plans and pur ...

as

ternal

a

month and each

poses

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Berger, P., President; Brown, T.. Vice President; Brown, A., Secretary; Haber, Weiss, L., Counselor; Grossber, M., Greene. S.. Consove. B., Goldman, M., Advi; Menasha, M., Fishman, A., Winkleman, H., Bilgor, S., Rosen, L.


.

.

.

Christian

Association .

.

members seek

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Y^ Row 1 Row 2

berg. A.,

I.

to r

1. to r Treason

.

.

within the fellowship of the Christian church, the to understand the will of God through worship, study, and action and strive to realize that will in personal and social living. During the year, they hold meetings on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month and study groups on the Bible, the Christian faith, and its denominations. They also sponsor outings, splash partics, suppers, Sunday afternoon informal discussions, and artend Intercollegiate Conferences and Seminars on many New England campuses .

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Bliss. S., President; Fetter. Rev. E.. Chaplain Lund, R., Vice Presidenr, Anderson, G., Vic

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.


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1

1

St. T

Micarelli, Rev. E., Catholic Chaplain; Rondeau, Corresponding Secrerary; Dube, J., Treasurer; Radio, M., Pryor. Rott Kreher, R., Sullivan, J., Gallanr, L, Sullivan, E., DePace. to

r

:

Newman Club the Catholic Club

as

...

of

Catholic

Catholic

culture

and

fellowship,

the

Newman Club fosters the

spiritual,

intellectual

and

social interests of the dents

of

Catholic

stu

faith.

Among rheir activities dur ing the year were a fiveweek marriage forum and a five-week theology course. They also conducted sev eral cultural coffee

and

a

hours

The social

retreat.

highlight of

the year

was

program entitled "Triple Treat" which consisted of a

fashion show, wrestling matches, and a water and a

safety

exhibit

.

.

.


.

.

.

Cheer

I. to r.: Hirsch, H., Row I Regan, G., Captain; Stone, T. Row 2 I. to r.: Lintlop, L., Caroccia, J., Oxley, L.


leaders


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I. to r.: Giebler, I. to r: Slonina, C. President; lacobucci M., Vice President. Row 2 A., Sponsor; Corbin, L., Secretary; Tuch, i., Wen ler, R., Frechette, M., Baday, M., Sahagian, L., I. to r. Votta, R., Treasurer; Farrell, F. Adamo, L., Barrett, N., Cain, N. Row 3 Row 1

Mus-Eds .

.

.

the

professional society

for musical education

majors is Mus-Ed. They strive to putting them in contact with high school music teaching. attend major concerts together. They

expose the students to the problems in the musical field by people in this field and in this way to prepare them for

During can

the year

also be

seen

they entertain guest speakers and ushering at the Music Series .

.

University

.

.

Chorus


0

Row 1 I. to r. : Coutant, }., Featured Twirler; Smith, N., Head Majorene. Row 2 1. to r. : DeTata, A., Stammers, L.. Cole, L., Serra, D., Aubrey, J,, Shuster, D., Anderton. N., Nymann, C Rw 3 I. to r.: Pontes, J., Tucker, D.. Pearson, D., Eriksson, J., Cordes, E., Perlmujcter, B., Htister, P., Holand, H.

Ramettes .

.

.

this group of dancing girls are the feature attraction

the band

ball half times. The

along at

th

the foot

girls are selected accord attributes as dancing ability, per

ing to such sonality, and

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University

Band.


.

.

.

band

working to help school spirit, the along with the twirlers and ram

an active part in all the foot ball games. This year, the marching band won first prize in the Columbus

ettes, takes

Day Parade phonic band and

in Providence.

The sym

has traveled

schools in

of the

out

state

and is rated

of the best in the Eastern certs

.

.

.

to

as one

exchange

con


HONORARY... Blue

Row 1 I. to r.: Robinson. S., President; Vallese. C, Vice President; 1. to r.: Duffy, Lcvine, C, Secretary; Sandler, H-, Treasurer. Row 2 P., Hickey, L., Patrick, C, Giordano, B Gonsalves. J., Burns, D., Ad 1. to r.: Bourch, E., Robbins, visor; lacobucci, M., Benson, B. Row 3 G., Romanelli, R., Lawrence, G., McClean, M., Russo, M.. Bumpus, B.

.

.

.

URI's

honorary

host

organization

is

responsible

students about campus, especially during the hectic first week, and also for welcoming all visi for

tors

guiding to

the campus.

convos, musical

They

be

can

seen

ushering

at

and lectures.

performances

During second semesrer, the Blue Key sponsors the annual Blue Key Charity Bazaar. In the spring. Blue Key selects its new members by interview. Require ments are a

2.4 average, and

ship, poise,

and

personality

good qualities .

.

.

of leader

Key


.

.

.

Sachems

.

.

.

one of Sachems biggest activities as the senior honorary organization of campus leaders was the sponsorship of a leader ship seminar. They also are responsible for preserving fresh The members man traditions and coordinating football rallies. .

.

are

.

selected

on

the basis of academic achievement and

standing contributions letics

.

.

in

extra

out

curricular activiries and ath

.

Row 1

1. to r.: Vallese, C. Moderator; Whitton, L, Recording Secretary; Johnson, S., Corresponding Secretary; Dattore, E., Treas urer. Row 2 I. to r.: Jeffrey, A., Advisor; Hickey, L, Jones, J.,

Giordano, B., Sandler, H,

ttir

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I. ( 0 r.: Hairrisc in, R., Prcsiden t; Cobble, J Secrerary;; Chrisrop 1. re E., Cohn, D., Radio. M., Wakefield. S,. Wakefield, R. Row 2: Ashukian, S.. Bender H. Bell, R., Pairek, J., Giordano, B., Cieurzo, Row 1

..

,

Phi .

.

.

National

is limitied

university.

,

,

Phi

Kappa

honorary scholarship .society. Membership

ten per cent of the graduating class of rhe Senior students are chosen on the basis of

to

scholastic rank

a period of Kappa Phi key

over

awarded the Phi

three years and .

.

they

are

.

Omicron Nu ...HOME ECONOMICS HONOR SOCIETY...

I. ro r; Radio, M., Presidenr; Pacheco. C, Vice Presidei Row I I. ro r.: Grady. E., Ad' Treasurer; Tiwens, C, Ediror. Row 2 Gollerkeri, S.


Laurels .

.

as

the senior women's

honorary society,

els chooses their members

lemic achievement and

on

the basis of

Lauaca-

leadership ability. During

he year

they make contributions to the academic of the university through a host of lecture series. They also sponsor proctoring dur ing final I

Row 1 I. ro r. : Pohlut, D., Treasurer; Giordano, B., Secretary; Gillespie, 1. to r.: Whitton, L., J., President, Radio, M., Vice President. Row 2 Jones. J.. Tibbetts, C, Russo, M., DelFausse, S.

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Row 1

I. ro r.: Kenny, J.. Presidenr; Messore, J., Vice Presidenr; Peirce, R,, Recording Secrerary; Russell, T., Corresponding .Secretary; Chieu, N.. Cataloguer; Lawless, W., Devine, M., Spaziano, R. Row 2 I. to r.: Wilson, R., Antinucci, J., Bogarr, p., Krikorian, j., Morin, R., Morris, A., While, J., Tello, J., Lagasse, A.

Tau Beta Pi

.

.ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY .

.

.

.


.

.

.

Sigma

Xi

.

.

.

NATIONAL SCIENCE SOCIETY FOR ENCOURAGING RESEARCH IN THE VARIOUS .SCIENCES

1 I. ro r.: Griffiths, A., Secretary; Shurak, V., Bender, H., Keenig, R., I. ro r.: DcrMardcrosropher, E.. Manning, P., Wakefield, R. Row 2 A., Lepper. R., McChing, M.. Telbush. L, Cobble, J., Gibson, C,

.

R., Bell, R,, Mchrnheim. A., Dierz, F., Higgins, T., Mathews(

Rho Chi

.

.

BETA PI CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OF PHARMACY .

.

.

.

.

.

Row 1 1. m r.: Parker, E., Chaubal, M., .Sccrelary.Trcasurer; Clomez. L., Ashukian, S., I'rcii.lcnt. Panek. J.. Vice President; Luzzi. L, Hiscdtian; Der Marderosian, A. Row 2 Tsao, D.. Bolton, S., Advis r; Worthen, L,, Gerraughry, R.. Brown. B.. Price. J., Smirh, P., Smith, C.


Rhode Island

Club

.

.

.

men,

for all campus letterthis group has among their main ushering at all the sports

activities

They also sponsor the Blue and White game, which is an inter-squad game to raise money for the atheltic events.

scholarship. In the spring, they held the Spring Banquet for members and their fathers. They also sponsor the Ugly Man

Row 1 I. to r.: Glaubach, M., President; Faulkner, P., Vice President; Woodbury, G I. to r.: Kushnir, R., Soule, T., Mancini, V., Gray, G, Arbuse, A., Treasurer. Row 2 Gonsalves, J., Marshall, R.

,

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.

Scabbard and

Blade

...

as

.

.

.

the social

honorary military fraternity.

Scabbard and Blade sponsors such activities as the annual Military Bail and rifle for jun ior

training. They also strive military educarion

standards of

Colleges they

to

promote

friendship

raise the

in American

and Universities. At the

same

time,

among cadet officers

and enccjurage future officers

.

.

.

Row 1 I. to r. : Dickson, L, Captain; Carroll. B.. Secretary; Fitzpatrick, T... Treasurer; D'Ambrosio, A., President; Perrin, F., Vice President; Swift, T., I. to r.: Godfrey, T., Baloy, T, French, S., Hoibrook, S., Major. Row 2

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Lalli,' J. Row 3 Reid, P., Bibeault,

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Aronson, S., Kullberg;, G., Flynn, S.. Cookingham, J., to r.: Levine. E., Stansfield. R., Luther, M., Turtle, K., Newton, A,, Bogart, F.


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v^ I. to I.: Jones, J.. Jackson, M., Lacey. W., Belinsky, J Robbins, J, Row 2 Custei. A.. Modeiaror; Cain. J., Clair, A., Salmon, E., Yosepian, J., Klink, W.

Row 1

.

1.

.

r

Arts Council

.

.

.

.

comprised eight student members, the Arts Council works together to attract finer interests .

.

of

.

to coordinate a program of significant cultural university. Tour areas are scheduled annually covering music, art, dance, and the theatre. Their programs incorporate the Music

and

value for the

Series and the Fine Arts

.

.

Pi Mu

.

.

.

Epsilon

.

HONORARY MATHEMATICS FRATERNITY. .

Row 1

L

ro r.:

Gallo, J. Row 2 N., Silber, D.

.

.

Stauffer, R., Advisor; Dollar, G., 1.

ro

r.:

Sylvesrre, E., Roth,


Tau

Kappa Alpha

HONORARY DEBATING SOCIETY... .

.

.


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Presidenr; Shurak, V., Advisor Row 2 1. to r.: Gibeaulr. V.

1 1. to r.: Farragur, P.. Presidenr; Pritchard, P., Pearson, J., Treasurer; Gardiner, H., Scribe. Zybura. E., Chro

Row

McKenna, J., Brown, T., Kenyow. S., Ogor, P.

.

.

Alpha

Zeta

.

.

.

.HONORARY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

.

.

.

i


.

Pi

Sigma Alpha

...HONORARY POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY...

...

Phi

Alpha Theta

.

.

HONORARY HISTORY SOCIETY. .

.

.


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r

.

.

Who's

m Diane Pohlut


Who...


in American

Colleges

Dick Romanelli


and Universities


Highlights

of the Year

1962-63

.

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Annie

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.


Paddy Murphy's

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.

G. E.

College Bowl

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.

.

Wake


.

.

.

Greek

Goddess

L.

to

r.

Del Fausse Gert Davis, Greek Goddess Nancy Cushmac

Stephanie

.

.

.

Co-ed

Colonel

Deanna Schuster

.

.


MARY LOU DAURAY.


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