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GRIST EDITORIAL STAFF 1965

EDITOR-Lana Palmer

MANAGING EDITOR-Christina Stone

PHOTOGRAPHY

EDITOR-Kingsley

Ross

LAYOUT-Linda Hinchliffe

FACULTY-Louise Pike

ACTIVITIES Cheryl Downes, Barbara Veznaian

BUSINESS MANAGER-Albert Gencarella

ADS-Robert Houle

SENIOR

EDITOR-Nancy Wagner

RESIDENCES-Nanci

Harvey

FEATURES-Barbara Downie

SPORTS-Robert Risio, Warren Peck, Carol McCorkindale

ART EDITOR-Art Paine

CIRCULATION-Constance Nichola


DEDICATION To continual

change

discovering

to

and going ,o

,he

beyond

horizon

new

that

horizon,

INTELLECTUAL GROWTH

SPIRIT

the

a

and the

PEOPLE

of this University that

we

may grow and prosper

with it

and become for

having

something greater

been here

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ON THE WAY

"Little

one, you have been

in the

Flittering

buzzing

newspapers and

in the

books.

drinking

beer with

lawyers And amid the educated

getting Take

an

Along

an

earful of

earful from

men

me

sand stretches

of the clubs you have been

speech from trained tongues.

on

once, go with

And while the eastern breeze blows

on

here

sea us

hike.

a

me on

the great inland

and the

restless surge

Of the lake

waves

on

the breakwater breaks with

an

fresh monotone What is truth? what do you

How much do the wisest of the world's

men

about where the massed human procession is You have heard the mob

know

going?

at?

laughed

I ask you: Is not the mob

or

rough

as

the mountains

are

rough? And all

things human

and rise again

as

rise from the mob and

rain to the sea?

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The Governor

John H. Chafee


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You leave URI with

degree

lasting friendships and

in hand and with

fond memories of the years you have spent here. You take with you also my

congratulations

Beyond

and best wishes for

success

these sentiments, however, lies the

motivate you for the rest of your

In

days.

could say that his formal education had

day, no

life

such

man

was

and

simpler

happiness

hope that

an

earlier time, when St. Augustine

equipped him for just

about every

knowledge pretty much within

describe its bounds

even

or

recognize

you

pursuit that should drive and

viewpoint could be fatal for human knowledge

a

can

in the future.

a

that education is not terminal but is rather

thing,

and

is

grasp. so

vast

To

that

subdivisions, let alone comprehend

what lies within them.

Knowledge make

is

expanding

at

an

explosive

rate

and

new

knowledge will

existing knowledge and specialized skills inadequate and obsolete.

Anyone who stops learning will

heap. These cautionary

observations

of your Commencement. Rather, from URI should

signify

nation to exercise your

You will

never

knowledge

soon

a

find himself not

are

they

are

commitment to

learning

learn all there is

powers to

a

a

intended

the intellectual scrap to

dull the enjoyment

reminder that your

graduation

life of the mind,

a

by vigorous

and

to

determi

determined

use.

be known but in the continued pursuit of

you will find life's greatest rewards and among the finest of these

will be the extension of the frontiers of your Ours is

portunity.

on

a

world quivering with

thoughts

change

and aspirations.

and yet

brimming

with op

We at URI have tried to prepare you to deal with both. We

that your education is well

hope

begun. Francis H.

Horn

President

University of Rhode Island

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President Francis H. Horn


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Unfolding slowly, the mind

awareness,

and the perception that comes with

understanding


Thornton N. McClure Vice President for Business Affairs

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Charles A. Hall Vice President for Public Relations and Development


Ernest W.

Harfung

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

John F. Quinn Vice President for Student Affairs


Margaret

I. Scott

Assistant Dean Of Students


DEANS

Evelyn

B. Morris

Associate Dean Of Students

Arthur W. Jalkanen Assistant Dean of Students


James W.

Eastwood,

Dean of Admissions

James D.

Brasch,

Dean of Summer Session


Boris C.

Bell,

Director of the Union and Director of Student Activities


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new

art center

provides

the space,

but the visiting artist can

provide only

much beauty

willing

to

perceive.

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Coffee Break, the inquiring mind...


COLLEGE OF

AGRICULTURE

James W.

Cobble,

Dean

Everett P.

Christopher,

Associate Dean

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John T. Kitchen, Horticu/fure

Niels Rorholm, Agricultural Economics


Vance J. Yates, Animal

Robert C. Wakefield,

Agronomy

Pathology


Milton Salomon, Agricultural Chemistry

Ernest R. Animal and

Berousek, Dairy Science


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND

SCIENCES

Arthur L. Quirk,

Physics

Robert

Lepper, Jr., Botany

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George Parks, Chemistry


Donald J. Zinn,

Zoology

Clarence E. Miller,

Geology

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Lambert C. Porter,

Languages

Walter L. Simmons, English


Arnold V.

Clair,

Music

Robert E.

Speech

Joseph

L. Cain,

Will,

and Dramatic Arts


William D. Metz, History

Reuben H.

Mehling,

Journalism

Stanley

I.

Berger,

Psychology


William O. Martin,

Philosophy

Edward M. Pease, Mathematics


Lewis AA.

Alexander,

Geography

\ Col. Elisha O. Peckham

Military

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Maurice Zarchen Men's

Physical

Education

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Dorothy Massey

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Physical

Education


Robert

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COLLEGE OF

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

George

A.

Ballentine,

Dean

A. J.

Marketing

Alton,

and

Advertising


Carl W. Kaiser, Jr., Business Administration

Brooks A.

Sanderson,

Accounting

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COLLEGE OF

ENGINEERING

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Ralph Thompson,

Chemical Engineering

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COLLEGE OF HOME

ECONOMICS

Beverly

M.

Downing,

Dean


Ruth E. Tucker, Foods and Nutrition

Russell C. Smart,

Development and Family Relations

Child


COLLEGE OF

NURSING

Martha O.

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Sayles,

Dean

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Heber W,

Youngken,

Dean


Robert J.

Gerraughty,

Pharmacy

John J. DeFeo, Pharmacology

Pierre F.

Smith,

Pharmaceutical

Chemistry

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Pharmacy

Administration


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OPENING CONVOCATION


ROBERT MOSES

DOCTOR OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION "

'dreams plus optimism

challenge plus

plus imagination plus

facts.' That's what makes

a

great

man."

"I

am

Why

pundit

no

and

indifferent scholar

an

should you young

porarily jectives?

in

.

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fear to be

has

it

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.

tem

realizable ob

What will the drivers do when

the robots take over?

life without

men

minority if

a

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enriching

were

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it?

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Have

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born at the I envy

we

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time

prolonged


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freshmen will find a

campus of many moods...

of freedoms and restrictions

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of growing and

changing.


and

trading

the old for the

new


retaining what

is worthwhile.


and

hopefully discarding

the trivia


"amid the educated

men

of the clubs you have been getting an earful of

speech

from trained

tongues ..."


Governor John H. Chafee

Congressman John

E.

Fogarty


Leisure

precedes

or

follows

the lectures...


Or

perhaps

it

simply replaces

them.


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UNIVERSITY THEATRE

'Thieves' Carnival"


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The Blue

Key

Bazaar


Sigma Kappa's winning

"Lock-up"


Leisure is not but

merely relaxing participating


Each medium of

offers its own

special challenge

expression


The Merce

Cunningham Dancers

The

Highwaymen


The New

Christy

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Minstrels


The

Military Ball

Joann Connor Co-ed Colonel


The Junior Prom

Lana Palmer Junior Prom Queen


Sigma Chi

The

Alpha

Chi

Omega

Winning

Lawn

Displays


HOMECOMING!


Tina Stone

HOMECOMING QUEEN


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Marijean Helsel


"LITTLE AAARY SUNSHINE"


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The Senior

Honor

Society

The 1965 Sachem's Seminar held at the

Row 11. to Row 21. to

r.; r.:

Episcopal

Conference Center

Aceto, L., Corresponding Secretary; Schoelle, R., Moderator; Frost, B., Recording Secretary; Stone, C, De Marco, Hazen, S., Helsel, M., Courtney, P., Lawrence, G., Burns, D., Cotter, A., Robbins, G.

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Row I-/, to

r.:

Lintlop, L., Helsel, AA., Lawrence,

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President; Robbins, G., Vice President;

Bingham,

P., Treasurer; Sev

S., Godowski, M. Row 2-1. to

r.:

Meisenheimer, J., Patrick, C, Zinno, J., Kemeigor, L., Klockars, C, McQuair, J., Sherman, W., Beebe, D,

BLUE KEY

Honorary Host Organization


I-I. to

r.:

Row 2-1. to

r.:

Row

Robbins, G., Hazen, S., Jones, D., Cotter, A,, Patterson, L., Jenkinson, B., Psencik, M. Kraus, D., Cornwell, P., Tilton, D., Thomas, D., Bell, R., Wood, R., Metz, W.

National

Honorary

Scholastic

Society

Senior

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Women's Honor

Society L

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Row 1-1. to

Row 2-1. to

r.: r.:

Fontaine, N., Treasurer; Jones, D., President; Bliss, B., Secretary. A. Costanza, M., Robbins, G., Hoops, G., Cotter, A., Hazen, S., Psencik, M., Fafunsin,


ARTS

COUNCIL

r.: to Fabricant, S., Rigney, C.

Jackson, F.,


(members of Arts Council) /.

OMICRON NU

Home Economics Honor

Row 1-1.

Society

Lord, M., Vice Presi dent; McCabe, E., SecretaryTreasurer; Fontaine, N., President. Row 2 /. to r.: Grady, E., Faculty Ad visory Committee; Kullberg, S., Hammond, W. to T.:

to

r.:

Mugdan, B., Custer, A., Chairman; Goldman,

M,


National Science Research

Society

Row

1-1. to

Row 2-1. to

r.: r.:

Griffiths, A., Secretary; Wood, R., President; Kraus, D., Treasurer. Mohrnheim, A., Bell, R.

TAU BETA PI Engineering

Row 11. to

r.: Caracuzzo, J., Perkins, G., Roderick, W., aloger; Manco, R., Recording Secretary; Eka, U.

Row 2-1. lo

r.:

Honor

Vice President;

Society

Sullivan, E., Howorth, H., President; Johnson, R., Cat-

Hunter, A., Archambault, R., Hammond, J., Whitfield, S., Barlefta, W., Goldberg, E., Stern, T., Lazar, R.


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Row I-;, to

Row 2-1. to

Social

Honorary Military Fraternity

RHODE ISLAND CLUB

Association of

Campus Lettermen

Row

;-/.

to

r.;

Bingham,

Hitchen, J., Clarke, R.,

P.,

Peck,

W. Row 21. to r.: Barlow, J., Pincus, R., Vice President; Kemeigor, L.


PHI ALPHA THETA

History

Honor

Row I-I. to

r.:

Row 2-/. to

r.:

Row /-/. to Row 2-1. to

r.:

r.:

Society

Metz, W., Hazen, S. Tilton, D., Thomas, D.

Sullivan, J., Prescott, R., Medeiros, M. Manocchio, R., Chancellor; Graham, F., Gensel, W., Sorensen,

K.

Honorary Agricultural Society


Row 1-/. to Row 2-1. to

r.:

r.:

Row 31. to

Sector, C, Reback, M., Allen, C, Fontaine, N. Hames, W., Treasurer; Gubert, S., President; Martin, G., Vice President; Lazar, P., Cotter, A. Delasanta, J., Severin, S., Stiles, G., Risica, M., Zifcak, G., Moriarity, D., Moriarity, T., Haywood, J.

r.:

National Educational Honor

P

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Math

Honor

Society

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Row 11. to r.: Gorden, B., Vice President; Robbins,

G., Treasurer; Hillier, R., President; Hoops, J., Sec retary. Row 2-1. to

r.:

Cornwell, P.,

Cotter, A., Florio,W.

Society


1^ Stanley Cunningham

Andrew

Loughlin

Diana Dalton

James

Mcxjney

WHO'S WHO Peter

Courtney

Kemal Sumer

Christina Stone

Barbara Frost


J Alberta Cotter

Robert Schoelle

Sandra Hazen

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John Mulfinger

Madeline Lord

William Sherman

Gail Robbins


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GOVERNING


STUDENT

SENATE

r.: Sweeney, B., Sandler, N., McCorkindale, C, Recording Secretary; Cunningham, S., Treasurer; Courtney, P., Presi dent; Cotter, A., Vice President; Zuckman, S., Corresponding Secretary; Bianco, R., Finn, M. r.: Gonsalves, J., Joost, M., Danielian, C, Heffernan, V,, Helsel, M., Paye, D., Scuico, F., Klockars, C, Roberts, B., Bourck,

Row 11. to Row 2-1. to

B. Row 31. to

r.;

Sosnowski, T., Earlie, S., Mooney, T., Cagle, R., Kantrowitz, M., Senecal, H.

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THE NEW


ADDITION


UNION

PRESENTATION

COMMITTEE

Row 11. to

r.:

Ramsden, C, Bedard, M. J., Secretary; Meyers, H.,

Chairman. Row 21. to

r.:

Basser, R., Lodge, T., Spano, B.


UNION

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

Jack Casey, Program tee Chairman.

Commit

Marilyn Bunker,

Music and Arts

Committee Chairman.

Linda Bamford, Movie Committee Chairman.

Wood, Coffee Committee Chairman.

Marilyn

Brian tee

Gorden,

Chairman.

Dance

Commit


MEMORIAL BOARD OF


UNION

DIRECTORS


SENIOR CLASS

CLASS

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r.;

Cunningham, S., President; Dalton, D., Social Chairman; Robbins, G., Secretary; Hitchen,

J., Vice President

SOPHOMORE CLASS 1.

to

Higgins, R., President; Nichola, C, Secretary; Wescott, B., ovanni, I., Social Chairman; Burroghs, P., Treasurer.

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OFFICERS

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r.: Riley, L., Social Chairman; Sweeney, B., President; Connor, J., Secretary; Bingham, P., Vice President; McCorkindale, C, Treasurer;

FRESHMAN CLASS

(. to

r.:

Baer, N.,

Secretary; Chisholm, T., President; Baird, J.,

Vice

President; Getnink, K., Treasurer.


JUDICIAL BOARD

Row 11. to Dalton, D. Row 2-1. to

r.:

Aceto, L., Morrow, L., Secretary; Frost, B., Chairman; Riley, L., Helsel, M.,

r.:

Ekdahl, N., Palmer, L., Alexander, D., Tennant, C, McGehearty, J., Zuck-

APPEALS AND CONDUCT BOARD

Row )-/. fo

r.:

Row 2-1. to

r.:

Board: Chang, Dr. P., Rorholm, N., Aaron, B., Gonsalves, J., Kettner, D. Conduct Board: Mooney, J., Zinn, Dr., D., Alexander, L.

Appeals


ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS

Row )-/. (o

r.: McQuair, J., Wickes, C, Frost, B., La Salle, J., Treasurer; Helsel, M., President; Zinno, J., Vice President; Smith, P., Secretary; Silva, F., Dyer, L., Heffernan, V. r.: Taylor, D., Kerr, H., Zuckman, S., Meshekow, B., Hazen, S., Washburn, S. Row 3-1. to r.: Riley, L., Richardson, S., Rogers, L., Hammond, W., Serra, M., Sinclair, S., Brooks, C, Cort, S., Saylor, N., Sousa, E., Lederman, W., McGehearty, J., Colagiovanni, I., Aceto, L.

Row 2-1. to

Row 4-1. to

r.:

Vance, A., Edkahl, N., Jones, S., Bottino, J., Aaron, B.

JUNIOR COUNCIL

Row /-/. to

r.:

Ekdahl, N., Bloom, F., Goff, A., Zuckman, S., McHugh, P., Winslow, H., Chairman; Riley, L., Rego, M., Bamfork, L.,

Griffin, M., Kelly, J. Row 2-1. to r.: Racine, C, Zinno, J., Sousa, E., Barrett, J. Row 31. to r.: Gonsalves, J., Sheehan, E., La Rocca, M., Morrow, L., Rocke, M., Wickes, C, S., Cramer, N., Aaron, B., Bottino, J., Palmer, L., Henring, M., Scorpio, R., Eisaman, B. Row 41. to r.: Chambers, C, Mellor, D., Peirce, M., Sthenow, A., Bubier, M., Grunoy, E. 119

Meshekow, B., Rodinsky, B., Severin,


PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION '1

r.: Pellegrino, M., Eisaman, B., Goff, A., Bamford, L., Publicity Chairman; Meshekow, B., Treasurer; Aceto, L., President; Fontaine, N., Vice President; McElroy, E., Secretary; Scorpio, R., Vargas, E. r.: Paul, S., McQuair, J., Solomon, J., Dannemann, K., Winslow, H., Crawford, S., Whitaker, S., Henring, M., Grunoy, E., Smith, P., Anderson, J. Row 3-1. to r.: Wyko, C, Tennant, C, Alexander, D., Hale, J., Max, M,

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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL

Row 1-/. fo

r.:

Ziemski, S, Lawrence, G., Treasurer; Coran, M., President; Heelan,

R.,

Vice

President; Rocchio,

K., Scuico, F. Row 21. to

r.:

Row 31. to

r.:

Conners, J., Fisher, B., Kushner, A., Moran, J., Riley, J., Conboy, T., Bowes, M., Mc Donnell, S. Johansen, C, Forsythe, D., Wilk, C, Renner, A., Votta, J., Pratt, K., Beagan, A. 121

J., Secretary;

Pryor,


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White, M.,

Wain-

wright, F., Giard, M., Thompson, L., McGehearty, J. Row 21. to

r.: Schwartz, F., Schiller, M., Bradley, J., Campbell, M., Mc Kenna, M.

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Early, S., Wainwright,

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WAYFARERS

Row

11.

to r.:

Gonsalves, J., President; lannaccaro,

D., Secretary. Row 21. to

r.:

Fournier, B., Treasurer; Brophy, A.,

Social Chairman.

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r.: Archambault, R., President; Beal J., Vice President; Holmes, G., Treas-

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INTER-RELIGIOUS COUNCIL

Row 1-1. to

r.: Hammar, P., Chairman Planning Committee; Salisbury, P., Secretary; Hearn, B., President; Coombs, E., Vice President; Sullivan, J. to r.: Ohanian, H., Olsen, L., LaButti, G., Shorr, D., Walton, M., Greene, V.

Row 2-1.

CANTERBURY VESTRY

Row / /. fo Row 21. to

r.: r.:

Brown, J., Lannon, B,, Greene, Chaplain; Salisbury, P., Allen, P. Hearn, B., Hurry, W., Hanson, M., Olsen, L, 125


CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION

Row 11. to r.: Riley, L., Vincent, P., Treasurer; Sargent, G., President; Coombs, E., Vice President; Lane, A., Secretary; Gabel, A., Publicity Chairman; Hirst, P. Row 2-1. to r.: Mowry, M., Walton, M., Whitaker, S., Rix, K., Martin, B., Fetter, E., Chaplain; Bond, N., Wood, V.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION Row 1-t. to

r.:

Corbin, L., President; Ohanian, H., Jones,

Row 21. to

r.:

Mc Ewen, S., Hammar, P.

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Henring, M., Vice President; Kantrowitz, M., President; Max, M., Secretary; Gross, N., Treasurer Weiss, L., Counselor; Horowitz, M., Winkleman, H., Musen S. Charnick, L., Golden, M., Siegel, E., Axelrod, M., Waldner, B. Schack, D., Stern, L., Sherman, G., Wasserspring, F., Slobodkin, C, Publicity Chairman; Corin, A.

HILLEL NEWMAN APOSTOLATE Row 11. to

Sullivan, E., New England Chairman; Abbatomarco, F., Treasurer; Chiaverini, B., Presi dent; Father Micarelli, Chaplain; Wright, C, Social Chairman; Bessette, J., Somerset, D. Row 21. to r.: Greene, V., San Agustin, A., Sullivan, J., Varrieur, M., Sosnowski, J., La Butti, G., Bai ley, B., Hauke, R., Bousquet, A. r.:


;

/ /.

OMMUNICA


PARADIGM

I

Row 7/. to Row 21. to

r.: r.:

r

Wolfe, E., Treasurer; Schwartz, F., President; Halewood, P., Editorial Board. Woodson, J., Art Editor; Quinby, J., Editor.

De

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7- S. SCcot.


WRIU

Gordon

Jerry LeBow, Chief Engineer

Daglieri, Program

Director


Fridrik Orcutt, Public Relations Director

David

Spielvogel,

Station

Manager


GRIST

Lana

Palmer, Editor

Tina

Linda

Stone, Managing Editor

Hinchliffe, Layout Editor


Kingsley Ross, Photography

Editor

Louise

Art

Paine, Art Editor

Pike, Faculty Editor


Bob Risio, Sports Editor; Cheryl Downes, Activities Editor

Connie

Bob Houle,

Advertising

Editor

Nichola, Circulation Editor


Nancy Wagner, Senior Editor

Nanci

Harvey, Residences Editor

>


BEACON

Peter

Cassels, Editor-in-Chief

Bernie Maceroni,

Barbara Aaron, News Editor

Photography

Editor


Row

1-i. to

r.:

Aaron, B., News Editor; Cassels, P., Editor-in-chief;

tures Editor. Row 21. to r.: Raisner, F.,

Cunningham, S., Managing Editor;

Advertising Editor; Lawrence, R., Sports Editor.

McKenna, M., Sports Editor

La Pietra, R., Fea


CHEERLEADERS

r.: La Rocca, M., Tennant, C, Connor, J., Captain; Conway, K., Brooks, J., Arnold, J. r.: Culp, C, Harvey, N., Ross, C, Tootell, K., Vallone, M.

Row 1-1. to Row 2-1. to


Joyce Zinno, Head

Ramette

RAMETTES

^

Pat Hunt and Debbie Pearson

Nancy Anderson

M

Marian Peirce

Honey

Pat

McHugh

Davidson


n H^^lll

tM

t.

Debbie Anderson and Elaine Parkos

Sue Bibeault

1 t^wFiy

p^ Carol Manseau

Kathy

Muratore

Cheryl Chambers and

Diane Graiko

Stevie Sou tor

Carole Carlsten


"THAT RAM


BANDII"

Donald Burns, Director


UNIVERSITY THEATRE


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DEBATING SOCIETY

Row 1-1. to

r.:

Row 2-1. to

r.:

ler,

HEALTH AND

SAFETY COUNCIL

Row / /, ro

r.:

Row 21. to

r.:

Sartini, B., Hutchins, S. Gould, M., Peabody, L., Spang-

M.

Perreault, C, Treasurer; Solomon, J., Pearce, S. Mekdsy, N., Marques, S., President.


ALL

NATIONS CLUB

Row 11. to r.: Votta, F., Advisor; Dalfonso, A., Activities Chairman Row 21. to r.: McComb, W., Treasurer; Sumer, K., President.


VETERANSASSOCIATION

/. fo

r.:

Jacobson, C, Secretary; Fine, L.,

Treasurer.

YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM Row

; /. to

Row 21. to

r.:

r.:

Joy, D., State Chairman; Barksdale, C, Secretary-Treasurer; Malcolm, J., Chairman. Henley, B., Buttrick, J., Molitor, M., Pennoyer, W.


U.R.I. ROTC BAND

^ M

P

dKwiJi^Bw'Q^jllHHttl^^^A^^B JtB^M'^Mlr

^^^*^^MVP^|PfiPPI||B|H|^^n Row I/, fo

r.: Bryan, R., Drum Major; Abbatomarco, F., First Sgt; Norman, D., Pickering, M., Aharonian, H., Yeager, P., Hughes, T., Seavey, D., Stewart, D., Kernick, C, Sousa, J., De Gregorio, E., Braitsch, D. Row 21. to r.: Morris, J., Kushner, A,, Larmie, W., Henshaw, D., Lindstrom, D., Arrigan, D., Bartash, J., Wims, J., Feldman, B., Bates, R., Fain, R., Franklin, R., Karas, D., Floodman, R., Lonquist, G., Johnson, R., Silverman, B., Gerstein, A.

YOUNG DEMOCRATS

L^ ^"

%

IRow 11. to

r.: Buttrick, J., Vice-President, Barksdale, C, Secretary; Joy, D., President. Row 21. to r.: Barron, R., Advisor; Pennoyer, W., Molitor, M., Henley, W., Malcolm, J.

OFFICERS Row 11. to

Geremia, Row

2-1.

r.

Bedard,

M.

J., Perrotta, J.,

Sherman, G.,

J. to

Frechette,

r

M.

Waldner, B., Carriere, A., Goldberg, H.,


^m:-fr =

:W

1^

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^is?

V

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(?.x. R.oxa. &f Row 3/. fo

r.: Agren, D., Clancy, T., Gerner, L., Greene, R., Sherman, T., Young E., Pearson, D., Burroughs, P., Impagliazzo, J., Mikolajewski, R., Schmelzer, S., De Simone, C, Dauphine, D., Bilanchone, R., WIsner, J., Chamberlain, A., Mathews, S., Richards, C, Fitzpatrick, J. Row 4-1. to r.: De Bartolo, L., Hansen, M., Frazel, S., Vaughn, R., Mushnick, P., Waterman, R., Dykstra, W., Knopf, D., Hervey, G., Stone, S., Ehrlich, J., Warren G., Broomfield, R., Drake, P., Biasi, R., Moury, P.

Row 1-1. to

r.:

Row 21. to

r.:

Carlsten, R., Bischoff, C, Wisner, J., Allen, A., Foster, F., Ortelt, R. De Luca, D., Rowley, F., Arnold, L., Nystrom, J., De Robbio, R., Rodman,

T., Simot?, J. Row 3-1. to ton, J.

r.:

Hopkinson, S.,

ROTC Inst.

Gp.; Montefusco, M., NiggI, R., Parlier, B., Flin-


SKIN DIVERS CLUB

1-t. to r.: Gruczka, T., President; Malmberg, L., Willard, S., Atwood, L., SecretaryTreasurer; NiggI, R., Vice President. r.: Demers, K., Sousa, R., McComb, W., Ayotte, W.

Row

Row 2-1. fo

YACHT CLUB Row ;- ;. fo r.: Casper, D., Feifert, P., Paine, A., Pearson, J., Ferro, J. Row 2-1. to r.: Rumaker, K., Greene, P., Vice President; Hoadley, Secretary; modore; Gans, M. Row 3-t. to r.: Friedman, C, Miller, P., Madsen, N., Coutu, A.,

Payson, R., Hartley, S., Medeiros,

Beinert, G., Treasurer; Harley, J., Com

Impara, J,, Hathaway, R., Jacobson,

M.

C

Fischer

'

K

''


H O R

S E M E N

Row 11. to

r.:

Crowley, V., Row 21. to

r.:

Chairman; Eastman, P., President; Vice President; Ballou, F., Davies, G., Anger, M. Lambert, S., Migliaccio, L., Lepper, F., Hall, E., Turo, M., Temple, C, Linton,

Campbell, G., Malmberg, L., Program

U.R.I. S H O

w M E

N

Row

11.

to

Row 2-1. to

Kuhn, R., Johnston, N., Hildebrand, S., Fanning, D., Prescott, Wildes, E., Hall, J., Cook, J., Del Pozzo, S., Hines, J.

r.: r.:

R.


4-H CLUB

r.; Del Pozzo, S., Treasurer; Horan, S., Secretary; Horan, R., President; Cook, J., Vice Pres ident; Coombs, K., Advisor. r.: Luth, M., Huber, M., Fanning, D., Hall, J., Sandham, T., Messier, R., Maczuga, J,

Row 1-/. fo

Row 2-t. to

AGGIE CLUB

1-1. to Row 2-1. to

Row

r.: r.:

Monaciiio, R., Fanning, D,, Hildebrand, S., Crowley, V., Prescott, R. Wildes, E., Hines, J., Cook, J., Del Pozzo, S., Hall, J., Moberg, E., Wright, T.


SOIL

CONSERVATION SOCIETY

/-/. fo r.: Kenyon, S., Vice President; Kenyon, N., Secretary; Clapham, A., President; Bell, R., Advisor. Row 2-1. to r.: Moberg, E., Manfredi, C, Wright, D,, Treasurer; Relli, R. Row

ALPHA DELTA SIGMA

;-/. fo r.: Bryant, B., Vice President; Jones, C, Secretary; Greenstein, President. Row 2-1. fo r.: Kalayljian, G., Athote, L., McFarland, B.

Row


NUTRIX

1

I

,

CntlHP

R

Stafiei

L

Duffv J

Mcllwain

Schwartze, P. E., Simmons, M., Cushing, M., Rosenberg, J., Adv.sor; M., Vice President; Crawford, Mrs. M.,

R::2:/rrDur:nd's Stales,- UBVker'cSecreta^^

Rj^Tri^.'^:^':^:^!^: ^'^i:-i'"=^:t

P-t, j., Ho,comb, L., Hooper, C, Adams, H., Manney,

P., Dobson, S., Carten, E.

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

Row 1-1. to

r.: Rigel, M., Bamford, L., Secretary; Lord, M., President; Mellor, D., Vice Presi dent; Hale, J., Treas

urer;

Darling,

Row 2-1. to

D.

r.: Dyer, L., Barrett, J., Bard, J., Leaver, J., Landesco, B., Palko, G., Wing, A., Netten, A. Row 31. to r.: Stackhouse, M., Copeland, S., Copeland, K., Kelly,

N.


PSYCHOLOGY CLUB

Row ;-/. fo r.: Gado, E., Middleton, M., Row 2-1. to r.: Crandall, C, Mc EIroy,

King,

Sandler, N., Abbott, D., Ferris, N. E., Hastings, J., Adams, H., Bradshaw, N,, Hodgkinson, M., Wodziak, H.,

K.

ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION Horwitz, P., President; Kiefl, J., Denike, C, Perlow, M. Row 21. to r.: Oster, S., Secretary; Berson, H., Travers, E., Charles, J., urer; Hanig, J., Vice President. Row 1-1. to

r.:

Phillips, R., Winkelman, H., Levinton, M., D'ziekiewig, R.,

Treas


RHO PI

PHI

Row 1-1. to r.: De Sormeau, W., Scribe; Pires, A., Vice Chancellor; M., Advisor. Row 2-1. to r.: Greene, R., Historian; Accettullo, R., Bartash, J.,

Phillips, E., President; Jacoff, Ciullo, J.,

Dr.

La Pointe, G.

AMERICAN

PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Row

)-/.

fo

r.:

Jacoff

Dr. M., Advisor; Phil lips, E., Treasurer; Roy

P., Kramer, E., Presi dent; Calderone, D.

Recording

Secretary;

Cloutier, M., Greene, R.

Row 2-1.

to

r.:

De Sor

W., Ciullo, J., Accettullo, R., Bantash, J., La Pointe, G., Pines, meau,

A.


CHEMISTRY SOCIETY

Rov.' )-/. to

r.:

Row 2-1. to

r.:

Sakaloski, E., Cournoyer, R., Dyman, A., Davis, F., Perreault, S., Marchant, A. Smith, M., Ingraham, P., Roberto, A., Adolf, P., Sherman, W., Irving, P., Young,

LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA

Row 11. to

r.: Coutier, M., Treasurer; Rov, P., Presi dent: Cundall, S., Vice President; Calderone, D.,

Recording Secretary. r.: Champagne,

Row 21. to

S., Carter, G., Garzoli, D., Wu, M.


MATH CLUB L. to

Kemmler, C, Treasurer; Watson, S., Secretary; Hoops, J., President. r.:

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY CLUB

Row )-/. fo

r.: Latour, R., Sec retary; Chaharyn, J., Treas urer; Turk, N., Brooks, C. Row 2-1. to r.: Cramer, B., Callaghan, J., Anderson, J., Whitaker, S., Tolderlund, L., Imonoi, A.


AMERICAN SOCIETY OF

MILITARY

ENGINEERS Row 1-1. to

President. Row 2-1. to

r.:

Loughlin, A.,

Gorden, B., President; Sher W., Treasurer; Con boy, T., Second Vice Pres r.:

First Vice

man,

ident.

r.: D'Ambra, J., Treasurer; Ash, R., President; Moultrop, K., Advisor; Laime, R., Vice President; Pryor, K. r.: Jacobs, D., Eka, U., Kolb, B., McComb, W., Osterberg, E., Howarth, H., Casper, D., Hammond, J., Wusilquist, K., Caracuzzo, J., Gauthier, R.

Row J/, fo Row 2-1. to

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS


Row I/, to

r.:

Row 2-1. to

r.:

Lavender, A., Kunzmann, W., Easton, J., Murray, Sielag, P., Carlson, S., Chapman, W., Lenehan, J.

J.

INSURANCE ASSOCIATION

Row 1-1. to r.: Karkos, D., Faubert, F., Silver, J., Joseph, R., Mandell, J., Cole, D., Rizzuto, D., Prasso, M., Reuter, S. Row 2-1. to r.: Freeman, H., Brainard, Dr. C, Advisor; Meadows, R., Secretary; Ventura, A., Social Chairman; Hess, S., President- Costanza, M., Pires, A. Row 3-1. to r.: Rasch, R., Kelley, D. Larkin, F., Hascup, J., Knight, R., Wilson, A., Risk,

K.,

Lawson, W., Demers, K., Appell, A.

Nightengale, F., Krohner, T., Adams,

R.,


1 /. fo r:. Arsics, G., (KIQKJ), Secretary;

Row

RADIO

Donovan, F., (KILPL), President; Baxter, G., (KIMAN), Vice Pres

CLUB

ident. Row 2-1. to

r.: Ehrlich, J., (WALBDM), Oliva, S., (KLFHP), Pauley, S., (KLZFN).

11. to r.: Bourcier, D., Musto, J., Corresponding Secretary; Sherwood, R., National Advisor, Nerney, President; Lipman, A., Secretary; Getnick, K., Kushner, A. r.: Patrick, C, Bruno, T., Keyes, J., Honig, J., Cassidy, F., Seville, J., Stachursla, E.

Row

Row 2-t. fo

ALPHA PHI

OMEGA

Mc-


/i

^laAi


Row I: Row 2:

Lynch, B., Ass't Coach; Gutter, G., Stepano, D., Buesing, J., Abilheria, M., Jackson, R., Mangiamele, A., Zilly, J., Head Coach Shay, H., Ass't Coach; Keckler, R., Murgo, M., DeFaIco, J., Miello, M., Dusanenko, J., Peck, W., O'Leary, J., Ass't Coach Rallis, C, Baezler, J., Kemeigor, L., Schrieberg, M., Dean, D., Briccocoli, P,, Rhodes, J., Ass't Coach 4: Cordisco, R., Guerrieri, D., Storin, S., Petraca, V., Gallagher, P., Reed, J. 5: Mello, J., Cianciolo, D., Lepre, B., Sivo, T,, McMahon, J., Silvers, H. 6: Walsh, M., Lyons, D., Thompson, J., Rallis, C, Nunes, A., Bryant, B. 7: Benjamin, R., Cuddy, F.

Row 3: Row Row Row Row

Capt. Joe Buesing All Yankee Conference All New England

Bob

Head Coach Jack

Zilly

Lynch

Jim Rhodes

John O'Leary

Harry Shay


Coach

Zilly

talks to

aid sitting in the pressbox.

an

Portion of record crowd of over 10,000 cheer Rhody down, during Homecoming game.

on

to

touch

Season's Record 3 Wins

URI

7 Losses

Opponents

20 15 22 8

URI 11

14

Brown

23

21

Springfield

8

7

Hofstra

Vermont

16 7

7

Connecticut

Massachusetts

0

Opponents

Northeastern Maine New Hampshire

13

Boston

University

Pigskin Coverage The Rams

not

their

opened

8,500 enthusiastic be denied

as

B.

season

rooters.

Bryant,

The

.against Northeastern under the lights

Rhody

eleven

was

City Stadium

at

cJetermined to start the

W. Zdanowicz and QB. G. Gutter showed well

on

season

Providence before

in

with

victory and could

a

offense. The defensive unit also

The Rams next inspired game and repeatedly stopped the Huskies inside the Ram 20 yard line played traveled to the Univ. of Maine where they dropped a 23-15 encounter before a statewide television audience. an

Rhody forces 22-8

and

.

was completely outplayed taking to the airways in a

victory

gained

outcome of

over an

129

yds

the game

in

the first-half, but

back strong

came

in

the

.

second-half

.

with

the

Rhody

futile attempt for victory Rhode Island regained its winning ways with a undermanned Univ. of New Hampshire eleven. B. Bryant accounted for two touchdowns .

.

.

was

.

Homecoming 1964

saw

a

still in doubt until Vermont

ing, thwarting Rhody's attempt for victory

...

.

.

record crowd of

intercepted

In their next game

a

over

10,000 fans jam Meade Field. The

Ram pass with less than

Rhody played

the

most

minute remain

one

outstanding

game of

yielding to the highly touted Redmen from Massachusetts. In this game the defense led by Capt. J. Buesing did an outstanding job in stopping the high scoring Redmen Rhody then lost to arch rival It was a close game until the Bruins exploded for 20 points in the second-half Brown 30-14 Rhody won only one of its remaining four games and that win was over Springfield, when Rhody scored 3 times in the the

season

before

.

...

.

.

.

second-half for the victory.

168

.

.


Rhody shows good pursuit. So near, yet

so

fa

Elusive ball escapes Danny Dean (82).

Jack Reed, (32)

picks

up valuable

yardage. Hey fellas! What's the big attraction?


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JM-

..

^^^f.'' .V

iii ?:fi

MJLt

"

W.

Peck (26) gets while.

R.

Rhody

out

of trouble for

J.

Thompson (21)

cuts off block

thrown

^ ^^Mtf^B^k

^ ,*

by

^

*>.

B. Gamble (61).

Benjamin (87)

makes sure tackle. Coming up to help are J.

Beusing and

H.

(79) Silvers

(65)

M.

W. Zdanowicz (34) drives for five

Murgo ( 72 ) blindsides

>\

B. Hall ( 1 2 ) of Brown.

'


1 964 Cross Row 1-1. to r., Row 2, Roy, R.,

Country Squad "Yankee Conference Champions"

Danforth, G., Pace, G., Russell, T., Coach; Sherman, A., Ass't Coach; Wentworth, N., Brown, G. Whetstine, L., Capt.; Schmidt, T., Bayha, F., Masuck, B., Barlow, J., Illuzzi, F., Green, J., Bingham, P., Hathaway, H.

Harriers Land After

a

successful

slow start Coach Tom Russell's harriers season.

Although dropping

all

the harriers

dropped

a

the confidence and momentum which led them to

by substantial margins to the University lost spirit. They won a close one against Springfield

and Northeastern, the harriers never outing and with this support they went on

even

gained

their first two dual meets

Hampshire next

Championship

triangular

a

of New in their

defeat the University of Massachusetts. V^ith their record meet to Brown and Providence College but bounced back and de to

feated the University of Connecticut. Then came the Yankee Conference Championships and U.R.I, showed what a well balanced team could do. Led by Captain Luther V^hetstine the harriers returned the Championship

Cup same

after

to U.R.I,

teams

an

absence of 15 years. The

taste

which had beaten them earlier in the

U.R.I, went

on

to

further show their

U.R.I, beat every other team in New Much credit must be given to the

championship England except men

of victory

was

even

when

U.R.I,

defeated

the

calibre

by placing College.

second in the NEICAA.

In

so

doing,

Providence

who worked

so

well under Coach Russell. Luther Whetstine, Bill Ma

suck, Gary Pace, Guy Danforth, Pete Bingham, Jim Green and Gene

edgement for their fine effort all

sweeter

season.

season.

171

Brown

should

receive

special

acknowl


Captain Luther Whetstine

William Masuck

Harriers' Schedule

URI

Opponents 19

38

New

40

Northeastern

19

27

Springfield

29

24

Massachusetts

31

60

Brown

42

Hampshire

60

Providence

20

Connecticut

23

College

40

Yankee Conference Title NEICAA IC4A's

John Barlow

2nd 19th

Gene Brown


Row 1-1. to

r.

Nalbaldian, A., Johnson, J., Scholes, R., Pinckas, R., Butler, R., Coach

Row 2. Dean, J., Czerwinski, R., Elliot, D., Goff, K., Costa, J. Row 3. McCaffrey, B., Azevedo, A., Wheeler, D., Egaroff, C,

I. to

Kalaydgian,

And away

Scholes, R., Butler, Coach, Pinckas, R.

r.

J.

Varsity

we

go!

Soccer

Unable to catch fire and lacking the offensive punch which a winning squad needs, the soccer team had a season. The sport is only three years old at URI, thus many of its problems can be attributed to inexperience. But with some good freshmen coming up and a Yankee Conference Title in the offing, next year's team will undoubtedly show great improvement. Coach Butler's men, even though having a poor "won-lost" record, should be commended for their fine spirit and desire to win throughout the season.

disappointing

SCORES URI

URI

Opponents

Opponents Guard

1

Colby

7

1

Coast

0

Vermont

3

0

Hartford

2

Bridgeport

6

2

Boston

0

Massachusetts

3

5

Brandeis

0

Brown

14

0

Connecticut

3

American

Int'l

2

University


Row/-/, to Row 2:

r.:

S.

Co-Capt.

Short, W. LaButti, J. Short, R. Boren L. Nordstrom, R. Carlsten, Coach H. Maack,

R.

Rapp, Co-Capt.

T. DiPaolo.

Tigers of the Coach Herb Maack's a

tremendous

season

Mats

grapplers showed

improvement

over

last

and finished 11th out of 18 in

the New ord

was

lost

an

Englands. Their dual

meet rec

four wins five losses. The team

extremely close match with Polytech, 18 to 13. Norman LaButti was Rhody's most con sistent winner and placed 3rd in the New Englands at 147. His dual meet

Worcester

record

was

8

wins 1

loss.

Co-Capts.

DiPaolo and Nordstrom, together with R. Rapp, fared well in the heavier weight

classes.

Hampered Coach Maack of his

with was

starters

to

injuries and illness

only able

to

the New

take four

Englands. this year's

With everyone returning from squad and with some help from Freshman

assured of Co-Capt, L. Nordstrom, Coach H. Maack, Co-Capt. T. DiPaolo

year.

the

squad, Rhode Island can be next even greater heights


Co-Capt.

L. Nordstrom R. Carlsten has his opponent tied up.

R.

Rapp Co-Capt.

T. DiPaolo carries

a

heavy

Burden.

Season's Record URI

Opponents

16

Tufts

14

Coast Guard

27

8

Poly.

13

Worcester

18

Connecticut

38

New York Univ.

10

Brown

5

20

Massachusetts Boston

18 13

College

Hartford Univ.

21

25 13

Won 4-Lost 5

Co-Capt.

L. Nordstrom

looking

for

a

takedown


S. Short N, LaButti avoids

an

attempted

N. LaButti about to

reversal

by opp't

gain victory.

Varsity Grapplers Weight Class 123

R. Bourne

130

J. Short

137

F.

147

N. LaButti

157

R. Carlsten

167

R.

177

L. Nordstrom

Unlimited

S. Short sizes up opponent in

opening period.

Santopietro

Rapp

T. DiPaolo


r.: Coach E. Calverly, J. Cymbala, D. McGovern, J. Mulfinger, F. Nightingale, M. Fitzgerald. Mgr. R. Haber, T. Haglund, R. Granat, H. Carey, D. Forsythe, R. Boehm. D. Kaull, T. Krohner, F. London, L. McPhee.

Row I-I. to Row 2:

Row 3:

Basketball 1964-65

Co-Captains Dennis McGovern All Yankee Conference

*

Frank

Nightingale

Shooting under

LL_i^^-

_^.r-

pressure


The Year That Was!

The University of Rhode Island basketball season was characterized by ups and downs and the Rams fin

one

ished the

season

let-down

a

played

with

according

some

a

15-11

record.

Although this was predictions, the Rams hampered by inconsisten

to pre-season

fine ball but

were

cies in both offense and defense.

The Rams started the

off well by winning their Riding high, due to the 110Hampshire the Rams ran out of gas and were soundly beaten by Massachusetts and Manhattan. The Rams regained their early season form and season

first three games decisively. 78 trouncing handed New

beat

Brown

but

again their winning combination

was

thwarted when

Jim

Cymbala

All Yankee Conference 2nd Team

they dropped three games on their South west tour. But the Rams played sound ball on this tour and lost to a good Arizona State team by only 9 points. The hoopmen won their windup game on the longest sports junket ever made by a U.R.I, team by beating Amer ican University 91-86. In this game Denny McGovern was only one hoop away from his all-time personal one-game scoring record as he hit for 38 points. He received ample support from Mike Fitzgerald who scored 1 8 points. Returning to U.R.I, the Rams played much better ball than in

previous

games. After

heartbreaker to Boston Mike

Fitzgerald

All Yankee Conference2nd Team

winning

two games

College by

a

score

U.R.I, lost

a

of 107-105.

McGovern had another top effort, scoring 40 points, work ing nicely with Cymbala and Fitzgerald. Traveling to

Storrs, Connecticut, the Rhodymen dropped an important Yankee Conference decision and their hopes for the title decreased. Coach Calverly's men played sporadic ball for the rest of the season and although winning four out of the five Conference games, they lost to Connecticut, who thus retained the title. Rhode Island's two games with Prov idence no

College

were

highly publicized

but the Rams

were

match for the NCAA bound Friars.

Special recognition should be given to Denny McGovern college career with a total of 1 ,696 points. Denny's 517 points for the past season earned him a po sition on the Associated Press' All New-England Team and who finished his

is

a

job

tribute to

worthy

and Frank in

of U.R.I.'s greats. John Mulfinger both seniors, had also done a fine make the Rams the fine team that it

one

Nightingale,

their efforts

to

Mike Fitzgerald, Jim Cymbala, Henry Carey, and Bob upheld the fine tradition which marks the cali bre of all U.R.I, athletes. was.

Boehm also


F.

J.

Cymbala passing

inbounds

to H.

Carey

Rough McGovern gains against Vermont. D.

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helping

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Nightingale almost loses his head.

action

mAi^

and tumble action against UCONN


J.

Mulfinger's

smart

thinking

saves

ball for

Rhody

D. McGovern and F. D. McGovern

shooting

over

out-stretched

Nightingale gain

rebound

against

UVM.

fingers

of UCONN defender.

1964-1965 Won 15 Opp.

URI 77

Brandeis

61

75

Brown

65

110

New

Hampshire

78

67

Massachusetts

79

66

Manhattan

77

90

Maine

82

99

Brown

78

68

Houston

74

62

Texas Western

93

Arizona State

91

American

98

Holy

100

University

Cross

Fordham

81 102 86

75

96


fr^'^^PM--^ > *iS.

R. Boehm makes vain attempt to

R. Bcehm

tangles

with aggressive

Toby

M.

Lost 11

105

Opp. Boston

College

107 78

68

Connecticut

87

Northeastern

77

93

Vermont

60

56

Providence

73

74

Bucknell

90

Massachusetts

69

103 69

90

Vermont

72

Providence

88

81

Boston

67

University

85

Maine

82

90

New

77

73

Connecticut

Hampshire

rebound.

Kimba

Record

URI

snare

88

Fitzgerald scoring

on

easy

layup.


Indoor Track 1964-1965 Indoor Record

Opponents Northeastern

33

C.

Claytur practices championship

76

Connecticut

37

69

Bates

44

37

Connecticut Relays 2nd Place

58

Boston

60

Yankee Conference 1 St Place

College

form.

Russellmen Capture Title Coach Tom Russell's indoor trackmen turned in another fine effort and showed their

calibre

championship

by

up

Championships. The season started rather dismally for our track men with a loss to a strong Northeastern squad. Rebounding from this defeat the boardmen soundly trounced Connecticut and Bates in their next two outings and the stage was set for the Connecticut Relays. Competing against some of the top schools in the East, U.R.I, took second place honors and had reason to hold their heads high. They avenged their earlier defeat to Northeastern and beat the likes of such schools as Yale, Providence College, Boston Univ., and Bowdoin College. Their next meet was a spine tingler with Rhody prevailing over Boston College by setting favored

Maine

in

three points. The Yankee Conference

the Yankee Conference

Championships saw Rhode Island defeat defending Champion eight records set that afternoon:

Maine

by

24 points. The

Rams accounted for five of the

High Jump Fred Collingwood

6 feet 5 Vi inches

Broad Jump Larry Girouard 600 Yd. Dash Gary Pace

22 feet 51/2 inches 1 minute 13 seconds

High Hurdles-AI Lavender Relay Gary Pace

60 Yd.

Mile

7.9 seconds

Richard Lemieux Nat Wentworth

Bill Masuck Seniors C.

hard work

Claytur,

over

C

Ruhle,

A.

Lavender,

the years and for the honor

3 minutes 28 seconds B. Masuck and

they

have

R.

Lemieux should

brought upon themselves

receive

special

and the

University.

mention

for their


Outdoor Track

The Rhode Island cindermen fared well in outdoor competition but failed in their attempt to snare the Triple Crown by placing second in the Yankee Conference Championship Meet. The Russellmen gave top efforts through

of Track

the season and in dual meet competition achieved a 2-2 won-lost record. The Yankee Conference Championship was rather disappointing for the Rams and it seemed lady luck was not on their side. Al Lavender, a consistent scorer throughout the season and well respected in his specialty, the high and

out

low hurdles, broke his shoulder while competing. With Lavender out the Rams lost valuable points and the meet. Although somewhat downhearted the Rams finished the season in fine fashion by placing fourth in the New England Inter-Collegiates. The only individual winner for Rhody was Clayton Claytur, a senior, who set a meet record in the

at 14' 2". Clayton was also Yankee Conference champ. be given to the seniors who worked so hard in bringing the track team the laurels it has received. Co-Captains Bill Masuck and Al Lavender led the way, being supported by Carl Ruhle, Rhody's most con sistent shot-putter for the past three years. Bob Narcessian, a fine hammer thrower who won the college division at the Penn Relays, and Dick Lemieux. Those men returning who are expected to keep up the fine work shown this

pole-vault

Much credit

must

past year are Gary Pace, Fred Scuico, Fred can expect another fine season next year.

Collingwood, and

Charlie McGinnis. With these

1965 Outdoor Record

URI

Opponents

56

Northeastern

88

97

Connecticut

47

Relays -Bob

Narcessian College Division Hammer title

64

Brown

80

85

New

59

2nd

Yankee Conference

4th

New

Hampshire England's

The

long haul begins. 183

men as

the nucleus

Rhody


Masuck and Danforth

score

for

Rhody.

That last effort!

Dick Harrall crouches for shot.

Rhody

men

escape

camera


Ram

broadjumper

awaits

impact.

Scuico about

to

clear 1 2' 5"


Tennis The U.R.I,

had a disappointing season compiling a 3-6 record. The scores indicate if the RhcxJymen had a few breaks their wonnetmen

while that

lost record could have been reversed. With most of the men son.

S.

varsity squad returning

Miller,

The

R.

Clark,

only varsity

who has done

a

J.

Fourniur, and

the net.

Won-Lost Record U.R.I.

Opponent 2

7

Coast Guard

1

Brown

3

Springfield

4

Univ. of Connecticut

5

3

Univ. of Vermont

6

Academy

8 6

of Maine

6

3

Univ.

4

Univ. of Massachusetts

5

7

Providence

3

6

Univ. of New

4th

Yankee Conference

Hampshire

the net-

R. McFarland.

graduating is B. Nelson, commendable job while competing netman

for the Rams in the past.

harge

next year

are looking forward to a more successful sea The nucleus of the team will be composed of

3 R. Clark deliver'


L. to

r.:

Coach P. Cieurzo, R. Bedard, J.

Mulvey, Co-Capt.

J.

Curley, Co-Capt.

P. Trainor, K.

The

Hoban, B. Morin, P. Quigley.

Rhody

Golf Team

The Rams had a very successful season which was high lighted by its winning the 28th Annual New England In tercollegiate crown in Groton, Connecticut. By so winning this tournament the Rhody Golfers qualified for the Na tional Collegiate Athletic Association Championship Tour nament to

be held in Nashville, Tennessee.

Previous to this win the Rams

ference Title under the

captured superb leadership

two time former Rhode Island

the Yankee Con of Bruce Morin,

junior titlist and

the State Amateur's in 1962. Morin had

support from P. Trainor, K. Hobin, J.

more

a

finalist in

than

ample

and P. Quig have done a splendid

Mulvey,

ley. Co-captains Trainor and Curley job in their four years with the varsity and will be sorely missed next year. But with Morin, Mulvey and an upcoming freshman team U.R.I, will still be of championship calibre.

Morin

picks

up after

putting. 187


wamaam Row 1- -/. to

r.:

Trainer R. Cole, L.

stein Row 2: Coach R.

Butler,

S.

Barkios,

Moulton, J.

Cook,

P. Summers, A. Peterson, J. Hunwitz, B. K.

Ainley,

N. Stenhouse, C.

Hallworth, D. Forsythe, F. Peterson, J. Bern-

Kernick, C. Kahanski, L. Jarvis, C. Rallis, M. Norton.

Baseball '65 The University of Rhode Island baseball team effects of injuries, mental and physical

feeling the errors

wind

and competing against the spring rains and a disappointing season's record of

compiled

three wins fifteen losses.

Baseball has been called the game of inches and can be attested by the URI nine. With a few breaks this season the Rams' record could very well

this

have been reversed. Coach

B.

B. Hallworth

ful

Rhody's banner flies high

season.

Butler are

and

looking

next

year's captain-elect

forward to

a

very

success


J. Bernstein puts tag

on

sliding

player.

Rhody to

opponent

for hot infield.

nects

con

grounder

J. Bernstein sets himself for

delivery.

P.C.


M, Norton takes throw

Everyone

during

in motion

infield practice.

during delivery.

P. Summers tires towards the

Rhody

runner moves

plate.

toward first.


L. to

r.:

D.

Quadrini, A. Paine, F. Harley, D. Neville, Coach N. Caswell,

M.

Mederios, P. Greene; (Not pictured D. Beebe, and N.

Matson).

Trophies I. fo r.; Sharpe Trophy, pionship Trophy.

N.E.

Sloop Championship Trophy, Hoyte Trophy, Donaghy Bow\,

and N.E. Team

Racing Cham

Sailing Surprising son ner.

to many at

URI, the

most

successful

team

and the most unheralded is the

sailing

team.

With the

sea

entire school year the Rhody sailors have kept the momentum necessary to be a consistent win interview with Coach Ned Caswell it was indicated that no one person could be singled out but that the

spanning the In

an

proved to be very productive and the by our sailors are manifestations of this spirit. Unlike the other varsity schedules, the sailing team met over 35 colleges and universities during regular compe tition, more than double the amount of any other varsity sport. By qualifying for the North American Championships to be held in Detroit, URI will meet an additional 10 schools. This championship is a post-season event and the Rhodymen have enough talent to fare quite well. Coach Caswell's men participated in 16 regattas and compiled the following record: 11 1st places, 4 2nd places and 1 3rd place. Among the trophies retired are the following: Yankee Conference Trophy, N.E.I.S.A. Sloop Trophy, N.E.I.S.A. Team Racing Trophy. Rhody also set another first by being the first school ever to retire the Sloop Cham pionship Trophy, the Team Racing Trophy and the Freshman Single Crew Championship all in one year. Two members of the team have been chosen to participate in post season events. A. Paine will travel to England and compete in regattas in Europe, and P. Greene chosen to compete at Marblehead, Mass., the sailing capital of Ram's

success was

accomplishments

due to devoted and unselfish teamwork. This teamwork

and records established

the East.

year's prospects seem just as promising as this year's. The team will be losing senior M. Mederios, Captain year's team. The freshman team which will complement the varsity showed great potential and their season was highlighted by J. Caswell winning the N.E.I.S.A. Single Crew Championship. In conclusion, it can only be repeated that the URI sailing team deserves full recognition for the laurels they have brought to the University of Rhode Island. Next

of this

191


Season's Record FALL U.R.I.

Pentagonal

N.E.I.S.A.

Elimination

Sloop

N.E.I.S.A. Team

Donaghy

Racing Elimination

Bowl

Hoyte Trophy N.E.I.S.A.

Sloop Championship (White Trophy)

Schell Trophy

3rd

N.E.I.S.A. Team

Racing Championship

1st

(Fouk Trophy)

SPRING

2nd

Gieger Trophy Boston

Dinghy Club Cup

2nd

Boston

University Trophy

1st

Yankee Conference N.E.I.S.A.

1st

Dinghy Championship

1st

Sloop Regatta N.E.I.S.A.

Single

Single

Handed

2nd

Handed

Regatta

Championship

2nd 1st

Heading

for home!


One mistake

All alone, way out front.

Jockeying

for

position

at

the start.

can

make the difference.


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Treasurer,

M,

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HELEN D. DAVIS

MARCIA E. DeCICCIO

2-16 Ejston Point Rd.. Groton, Conn. Arts and Sciences

123 Congress Ave., Providence. R.I. Arts and Sciences

45 McArthur Dr., No. Providence, R.I. Arts and Sciences

KENNETH W. DeCONTI 77

Metropolitan Rd.,

Providence, R.I. Engineering Theta Delta Ctil

W3^ ^%

27*


MARJORIE E, DOYLf

?^^l

^k JANICE E. DUGUAY Victory H.ghway, Home Economics

Delta Delta Oeift

Burrwllk

ROGER A. DuPONT


PATRICIA DUOUEHE

ANN MARIE DYMAN

ROBERT J.

CHARLES

DZIEKIEWICZ 426 Orms St

,

Provid.

Business Administrati

EASTERBROOKS 19 Oak Rd

,

Swampscoft, Mass.

JOHN J. EASTON 106 Burbank Dr., Warwick. R.I,

Engineering


ROBERT J. FAIR

DONALD F. FARLEY


DAVID C. FOUND 132 Tappan Ave.,

V/ILLIAM A. FLORIO

Thela^ella

LYN L. FONTAINE Bryant St., Cumberland. R.I.

394

MARGRET E. FLYNN

Chi

NANCY J. FONTAINE

JUDITH FONTES

Guild Drive, Norwalk. Conn.

51

Alplia Chi Omega

Arts and Sciences

Meadowcrest Dr.,

ROBERT L. FORD

jeaN DOIG FOSTER

20 Beverly Circle, Greenville, R.I.

26 Gould St., Waketield, R.f.

Theta Chi


KENNETH R. FRANCESE

BARBARA L. FROST

Phi Gamma De'

JOHN FURTADO 289 State St.,

CYNTHIA R. FULL ? Princeton St., Ne-pc! Arts and Sciences

Alpha Chi Omega

Bristol,

R.I


Arts and

S'c

Sigma Chi

'


JANE L GOnFRIED

GERARD P. GOUDREAU Arts and Sclenci

Theta Delta Chi


PAMELA A. HALEWOOD ALAN H. HADDAD 107 Woodland

Rd.,

E, Greenwich. R.I. Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta

PETER L. HAMMAR Hill Rd.,

26 Pound

JOANNE E. HALL

MARY C. HAJEC 29 Woodside Ave,, W. Warwick, R,l. Home Economics

JOHN E. HAMMOND 28 Wood St.. Providence, R.I.

WINOLA J. HAMMOND Orarigeburg Rd.,

342

Pearl River, N.Y. Home Economics

CAROLYN R. HANLEY 88 Brookdale Blvd., Pawtucket, R,1, Arts and Sciences

Sigma Kappa


CHARLES J. HAROOTUNIAN MS Sumter

St., Providence,

DAVID B. HARRINGTON 80 Darro. R I

Dr., Warwick, RI.

p'h-'Vo"'' a^'lhef"

FLORENCE HATHAWAY 417 Middle Rd., Portsmouth, R.I, Arts and Sciences

JOY L. HAYWARD

DAVID D. HAYES 2i3 Crestwood Rd,

Agriculture Lambda Chi Alpha

BRUCE G. HEARN 19 Adams St.

Johnston, R.I.

RICHARD A. HEELAN 22 Ferncresf Ave., Edgewood, R.I.

GEORGE HAVEY 2S Edwin St., W. Barrington, Agriculture

Sigma Kappa

Warwick

R.I,

Indian TrjII, Coventry, R.I. Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi

R.I.


HIGGINBOTTOM 0 Chesterton

STEPHEN M. HILL

RICHARD A. HILLIER

ROBERT E. HIRST

29 Invcrnia Rd Cranstc

230 Alabama Ave,,

1266 Plainfield

St,, Johnston, R,l

Rd.

BETTE HOLLEY

GILBERT M. HOLMES

JAMES E. HITCHEN

ANNE D. HOLST

221 Lowden St., Pawtucket, R,

4157 Post

Rd., Warwick,


PAUL HOROWITZ

RICHARD H. HOWARTH II Woodbury St., Warwick, R.I.

RICHARD F. HOWLAND 174 Garden City Dr.,

WILUAM H. HURRY, JR.

%' -;

Arts

Phi

nds"ciencei

JAMES T. HURST 4290 Wilkle Way, Palo Alto, C;

Kappa Theta

DIANE B. lANNUCCI

ALTON R. HUNTER 30 Tower Ave., E, Providence, RI.

ikii


BARBARA M. lONATA

CHERIAN JACOB Opposite, Y.U.C A C

Home Economics

Engineering

ROBERT A, JAMIESON

Sigma Kappa

b.

'Sifcf^

CYNTHIA A, JIZMAGIAN Sigma Phi Epsilon

Arts and Sclenc.

ROBERT Y. JOHNSON 75 Sherwood St., Clifton, N,J.

Agriculture

Lambda Chi

Alpha

JOSEPH W. JOHNSON, III


RUSSELL

A. JOHNSON

HAROLD A. JOOVELEGIAN

SUZANNE G. JOHNSON

OMER F, JOLY

ROBERT A. KALASINSKY 50 Al.In St., Providence, R.I.

VIRGINIA A. KATOWSKI

MARTIN P. KANTROWITZ

DONNA H. JONES

RONALD L, KART

CHARLOHE C. KEARNS


JAMES H. P. KELSEY-

MARJORIE M. KELVIN

P.O. Box 488,

Fl. Amador, Canal Zone Business Administration Phi Gamma Delta

NANCY A. KENYON Rd.,

Old Point Judith

Narragansett,

R,l.

Agriculture

JOYCE K. KIEFL 7335 Post Rd.

No

Kir

Business Admlnlslratic


STEPHEN R. KLUESS 57 East Stanton AveBaldwin, N.Y.

PAUL J. KOKOLSKY 18 Pearl St., Manville, R,l

Engineering

KENNETH W, KOZOWSKI


WALTER R,

RONALD A, KUSHNIR

KUNZMANN, JR. 9 Crocus

Dr.. Cranston, R,l

AMk DONALD H. LAMBERT

ROBERT G.

LaMONTAGNE 458

LEON G. LAPLANTE

Washington St.,

JAMES M, LaROSE

DANIEL S. LASS 123 Daggett Ave, Pa*fuctef, F!.l,

Agriculture

JANET A. LATHAM 3 Lakecrest

Dr., Warwick

Alpha Chi Omega


ROBERT E. LAURENCE 323 Promenade Ave., WarwIcI Arts and Sciences

LOUISE A. LAUTERBACH 675 Park Ave,, Portsmouth, R.I. Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega

RICHARD P. LEMIEUX

JAMES M, LENEHAN

55 Namguid Dr., Warwick, R.I,

Danielson Pike, No. ScHuatc

ROBERT T. LEONARD Phi

Sigma Kappa

GARY N. LETIECO

PATRICIA H. LAZAR

JULIA I. LEVECKAS

ROBERT S. LAZAR

SUSAN S, LEVINE


JOSEPH LOESCH

T^

MADELINE T. LORD

ANDREW J. LOUGHLIN

LOUIS L. LOMBARDI


aAm

SUE A. MacDONALD

MARIALENA M.cFARLAND II

Carolina, R.I. Arts and Sciences

Jacob St., Elmont, N.Y.

Home Economxs

No. Pfovidenc.

JOSEPH J. MAHONEY

KENNETH L MAIN RFD#I, No,

Stonlngton, Cor

Agriculture

KATHLEEN E. MADGE

dkfi^

JACQUELINE M. MACZUGA 27 Church

St., W. W;


SAMUEL M. MALIN Phi Mu Delta

RAYMOND J. MANCO ANN C. MALLEK

JOHN MARTIGNETTI 1923 West nth St., New Yo

EUGENE B. MALLEN

RAYMOND J. MANOCCHIO

PAUL J. MARVIN

PATRICIA A. MARR


RICHARD A. MATSON

BARBARA L MATTHEWS ains Rd., Gu I'ord

Conn.

EILEEN F. McCABE Arts and Science

SUSAN M. McCABE

JANICE MATTSON

SUSAN McCALL 91

Richland Rd., Cranston, R,l

Arts and Sciences

Chi

Omega

LAURENCE A, MAULTON


DAVID A. McDonnell 45 LeBaron Dr., E, Arts and Sciences

Greenwich, R.I.

alan l. mcKinnon 115 Bourne Ave., Rumford, R.I Arts and Sciences

ROBERT T. McFARLAND 323 Milt

Rd Westhampton Beach, N.Y.

RUTHANNE E.

McGLINCHEY jq? Gristmill Rd,, Wc

ARTHUR J. McLaughlin 300 Harrison St., No. Kinglown, R.I,


LELAND R. MERRILL


JAMES A. MICHALENKA 40 Privet St.,

Pawtucket, R,l,

MARYJOAN C. MINNIS

RICHARD B. MIDWOOD 78

Edgehlll Rd., Warwick,

R,l,

SHEILA R. MOLITOR


VINCENT J. MONACEVLI Haynes St., Warwick, R.I.

97

Arts and Sci

RONALD V. MORETTI

WILLIAM D. MOSS

BI Garland Ave., Cranston, R.I.

23 Elder

E. Greenwich, R.

HI

St., PcDwIjctet,

f


RICHARD T. NAHAS

BRUCE NETTEN

STANSON G. NIMIROSKI E. Greenwich, R.I

Phi Gamma Delt


DEMETRIOS C.

ORPHANIDES 23 Grand

Engineer

St., Niantic, Com


RAYMOND N. PALOMBO 74

Woonasquatucket Ave.,

No. Providence. R.I. Arts and Sciences Chi Phi

PETER L. 133

PApUIN

Magill St., Pawtucket.

R.I.

Business Administration

DAVID M. PEARSON THOMAS E. PATTERSON 36 Olney Ave., Lincoln, R.I.

ARTHUR F. PECKHAM

LAWRENCE R. PELTZ

7 Sheffield

243 Oakwood

Ave.. Pawtucket, R.I.

Engineering Chi Phi

27 nth Ave.. Warwick, R.I.

JOSEPH F. PAHON. JR. 63 Crandall Ave., Westerly. R.I.

Ave.,

Ccdarhunf, N.Y. Business Admifiisiration

304

DEBORAH L PEARSON I Appletree La,, Warwick, R.I.


STANLEY E. PERREAULT 13

Highland Ave,, Coventry,

Arts and Sciences

JACQUELINE J. PERRY R,l.

3

Top St., Westerly, R.I

Home Economics

Theta Delta Chi

K^ ^^^H

Ah 1

fe^

WALTER G. PHANEUF

Lambda Delta Phi

ELNA J. PERROTTI

JOSEPH A. PERRY, JR.

^^^k JEFFREY N. PHILLIPS

MARGARET L PIERCE


DOROTHEE A. POULIN 338

Washington St., Agricultural

Sclenc.


WILLIAM G. RAVO 61

Federal St., Providence. R.I.

Engineering

GEORGE E. REED 1102 Post Rd., Perryville, R.I,

SANDRA E. REID 20 Anthony St Newport, R.I,

97

Engineering

Art! and Sciences

Enolneenno

VINCENT RICCI

SUSAN E. REYNOLDS

MANCE M. RHAULT

47 Dale Ave., Cranston, Arts and Sciences

380

R.I.

JAMES F. REYNOLDS, JR, BeI.ederc D-

C-jmlon

R.I

ROBERT J. RICHARD

Liverpool Ave.. Pawtu.

Arts and Sciences

Delta Zeta

T. ANDREW RICHARDSON

RONALD B. RICKEY

25 Intervale Ave,,

104 Bellevue

Ave,, Pawtucket, R.I.

SANDRA C, RILEY 55 SouthBond

St., Pawtucket, R.I,

MADELINE M. RISICA StWesterly,R,l.

50 Elm


ALBERT G. ROBERTO

BRUCE W. ROBERTS

16 Pallas St.. Providence, R,l, Arts and Sciences

Agrlcu

LYNNE B, ROBINSON

MARCIA E. ROCK 38 Manistee St., Pawluck Home Economics

Sigma Alpha Epsil.

WILLIAM I. RODERICK

189 Hu

GLORIA A. ROCCHIO


JOHN P. ROMANO

DORIS M. ROONEY

Sigma

Delta Tau


LINDA G. SAHAGIAN

MAR SAMNANG

GORDON E. SARGENT 13331 Alexandria

hdrk

Dr.,


LORRAINE E. SAXON

ROBERTA I. SAYLES

DANIEL C. SAYRES, JR, 37 Sea Breeze Rd M I N.Y. -luu C

152 Emellne

8 Homeland Ave.,

RUTH

H.

Business Administration

Alpha

BARBARA G. SCHLEIFER

JOHN R. SCAHERGOOD

ROBERT M. SAYWELL, JR. Point. Barrington,

914 Rumsfick

St., Providence, R.I

ROBERT L. SCHOELLE, JR. 82 Bulson Rd,,

SCHELP :

-

s"gma"pi

ALLEN B, SCHWARTZ

CAROL A SECTOR

123 Lorlmer Ave., Providence, RI

2244 Coles Ave.,

R.I.


EDWARD F. SHERER 853 Dlvison St.. E, Arts end Sciences

KATHI SHERMAN 34

Upyonda Way, Rumlord, R.I.

Alpha Chi Omega

GEOFFREY B. SHERWOOD 4

Friendship Ave., Warwick, R.I.

WILLIAM A. SHERMAN. JR. 58 Begonia Dr., Cranston, R.I. Phi Mu Delta

JEFFREY W. SHUB 6 Cedar

Rd., Swampscc

Greenwich,

CARYN M. SHERMAN R.I.

140 stilrley Blvd., Cranston, R.I, Arts and Sciences


Arts and Sclent

DONNA PAGE STEELE

JOAN E. STEDMAN :e

Arts and Sciences

R.I.

73 Fairway Ln.. Warwick, R.I. Business Administration

VICTOR A. STEFANOWICZ III Roslyn Dr., Cranston, RI. Arts and Sciences

PETER V. STELLJES Great Islanid, Na'ragan Arts and Sciences


STEPHANIE A. STORM

EDWARD S. STROK

105 Hickory Ln.,

Lexington Park, Md.

J. KEVIN SULLIVAN

MICHAELA L SULLIVAN

KEMAL M. SUMER

Lambda Chi

Alpha


Delta Delta Oelta

JAMES P. TAYLOR 10 Summit Dr., Falrhaven, Mass,

^n^Ak ROBERTA L THOMPSON Saunderstown, R,l,

FRANCIS M. TAMBURRO 1 Colonial Rd,, Bristol, R.I,


EARL J. TRAVERS ; St., Providence, R.I

WILLIAM L TREZVANT 38 Newport Ave., Newport, R.I.

BRUCE W. TRIPP 53 Perry HIM Rd., Acus

KENDAL TURNER Spring St., Portland,

365


SONDRA D. VANDERMARK 12 Pine

Ave., Barrington

JOAN A. VISHNOSKI

R I

Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega

STEWART W. VANDERMARK Barrington,

R

^ Theta Delta Chi

Ptii Gamma Delt,


JUDITH V. WEAVER

JOAN M. WEATHERS 57 Waltham St. Pawtucket Arts and Sciences

Delta Zeta

R.I.

1 135

Washington St.,

Walpole, Mass. Arts ond Sciences

PATRICIA L WEINBERG

HANS M. WENGHOEFER

323 Montrose Ave.,

35 HIII'Top Dr E Arts and Sciences

So.

Orange, N.J.

Alpha Epsilon

RUTHANN WHEELER Rd.. Perryville, R.I.

Post

Home Economics

STEVEN K. WHITFIELD Ave.,

85 Watren

Greenwich

I

Phi

THOMAS H. WHEELER Post Rd., Perryville. Wakefield. R.I.

DON J. WHIHIER Ave.. Cranston. R.I.

74 Arcadia


KERMIT L.

SANDRA A. WIATRAK

WIESELQUIST

Westcott Rd., No,

Lambda Delta Phi

MARILYN I. WOOD

STANLEY P. WOJCIECHOWSKI 3

Cottage St, Warwicit,

I

CAROLYN A. WRIGHT 50

Franklin

Chi Phi

Sc| N.Y,

Hatherlv St.,


CHARLES YAGHOOBIAN,

JACQUELINE

A. ZEEK

Roselawn Ave,, Forestdale, Arts and Sciences

CATHERINE R. ALLEN 36 Webster St,, Newport, R.I Arts and Sciences

Middletown, R,l, Home Economics Delta Delta Delta

Sigma Alpha Epsi


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High

Street

Peace Dale The Best In FUEL OILS and HEATING

FIORE PONTIAC INC.

RHODE ISLAND'S LARGEST PONTIAC DEALER

399 Bald Hill Road

Warwick, Rhode Island

L & W VENDING SERVICE 1 282 Kingsfowne Road Kingston, Rhode Island ST 3-8666

Emergency

UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

or

Night

Service

ST 3-4453


NARRAGANSETT ELECTRIC

WAKEFIELD

WOOLWORTH'S

PRINTING COMPANY

ROGER WILLIAMS SHOPPING CENTER

Serving

Wakefield, Rhode Island

82

High

Street

yOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT

Wakefield, Rhode Island

WOOLWORTH'S

Phone 783-2502

PARAMOUNT FOUNTAIN and RESTAURANT SUPPLY CORP.

711

URI Since 1949

Branch Avenue

Providence, Rhode Island 02904

325


A WELCOME SIGHT

GEORGE'S RESTAURANT

TO ALL

GIRO'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE 195

High

The Fish You Ate af George's Today Slept Last Night in Point Judith

Bay

Street

Peace Dale, Rhode Island

Delightfully

Delicious

Galilee, Rhode Island

Nornnan S. Durfee

Phone ST 3-2306

^^^P-)

Service Is Our Main Product

DELTA DELTA DELTA Founded at Boston

WAKEFIELD BRANCH CO.

JL

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University

1888

^

Wakefield, R. 1.

PHI TAU Paints Hardware

Building

Materials

Established in 1961

783-331!

PHILIP

RENZI & SON, INC. Electrical Contractors

OVERHEAD LINE CONSTRUCTION

COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL

100 Glen Road Cranston, R. I.

Old Dover Road

Newington,

N. H.


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SIGMA DELTA TAU Founded at Cornell In 1917

THE OUTLET COMPANY OF RHODE ISLAND

Pewtuclcet

Providence Garden

ALPHA BETA CHAPTER

Kingston

City

Established In

1947

Exclusively at County Pharmacy Roger Williams Shopping Center

South

Compliments

of

Compliments

THE KINGSTON HILL STORE Charles and

Marjorie (Proprietors)

of

THE GOB SHOPS

Maki

Dale Carlia

Shopping

Center

Wakefield

MOTOR INN RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE

RHODE ISLAND

ANEEE (^

2081

\Opposite *

Post Road, Warwick, Rhode Island

State Airport

Telephone REgent

9-0600

TWX-40 1 -737-7557

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PARTIES

.

BANQUETS

MEETINGS


Best Wishes to the

CLASS OF 1965

MERIN STUDIOS

OF

PHOTOGRAPHY

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS TO THE

GRIST

All Portraits file in

appearing our

in this

studio and

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or

can

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the

Campus

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Compliments

THE

of

COFFEE BREAK

.

At The

NARRAGANSETT TIMES PALMISANO'S

Homemade Pastries Sandwiches and the Best

Cup of Coffee in Kingston

7:00

a.m.

CAFE

"You're not

Telling or Selling South County Without the Narragansett Times."

Fine Italian Food Beer

on

Draught

College Gates

Weekdays to

6:00 p.m.

Saturdays 7:00

a.m.

to

3 p.m.

at

GRACE YEMMA

IGGY'S

Proprietor

>

ST 3-4741

or

ST 3-5194

SOUTH COUNTY SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY NORTH ROAD Peace Dale, Rhode Island

Ready

Mix Concrete

Hot and Cold Mixes

Asphalt Paving Asphalt Plant

SANDGRAVELLOAM

330


ECLIPSE FOOD PRODUCTS CORPORATION Tel. Williams 2-2754

A. DI lORIO &

Manufacturers of the Famous

CO., INC.

"ECLIPSE"

General Contractors ELENA F. Di

lORIO

Fletcher Ave.

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Chocolate Syrup Hot Fudge Butterscotch

ii-uit

Pancake

Syrup

Tappings Liquid Hot Chocolate

President 99

Ertraets

Coffee

All Flavor Fruit

1.

Syrups

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REgent

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Syrup

Low Calorie Coffee

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Compliments

Compliments

of

of

University

in 1855

COCA-COLA BOHLING CO. OF SOUTH COUNTY UNIVERSITY DINING

SERVICES

DELTA SIGMA CHAPTER Established in 1949

PEACE DALE R. 1.

Compliments

HARTCREST COMPANY. INC. SPORTSWEAR, CERAMICS PARTY FAVORS

(Large 808

High

Discounts

Street

on

LINEN SERVICE COMPANY

Party Favors)

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of

CENTRAL COAT. APRON AND

17 Marvin Street

Ohio

"HALF A CENTURY OF FAITHFUL SERVICE"

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Graduating

CLASS OF 1965

from the

STUDENT SENATE


.AS^


CLASS

OF

1965


Compliments

of the

CLASS OF 1966

Compliments

BEST WISHES TO THE

of

CHARLESTOWN RATHSKELLER Luncheons Cocktails Dinners

Dancing Horseshoe Courfs Steam Baths MAX LENZNER. Your Host

CLASS OF 1965 from

Compliments

WELDIN HALL

of

ALPHA DELTA PI

GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER

335


ST 3-3396

Prov. TU 4-2420

Compliments

of

SCUNCIO CHEVROLET, INC. 400 Main Street Chevrolet Corvair

Chevelle Corvette

Compliments

Chevy

1 1

Trucks

of the

MEN COMMUTERS ASSOCIATION

PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION

Compliments

of the

CLASS OF 1967


Compliments

of the

CLASS OF 1968

Best of Luck to the

Compliments

Class of '65

of

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MERROW HALL

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Best Wishes From

Compliments

THETA CHI

of

BROWNING HALL

Harry Anjoorian

Tom

Frank

Steve Hill

Carey

Ron Karf

Mike DeCubellis Hank DiGrado

Dick Lemieui

Don

Mike Mainelli

Farley

Gene Mallen

Bob Ford

HUTCHINSON HALL

Hemenway

Derek Harris

Bob Nelson

DIcIc Heelan

Jeff

Phillips

Wishes

Gary

the Class of '65

Stenhouse

Best of Luck

Best Wishes to the

Compliments

Class of '65

of

PHI MU DELTA

TUCKER. HALL

LARCHWOOD INN

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Route 1, Wakefield, R. 1. Luncheons

Banquet

Class of '65 From

Dinners

Facilities up to

150

BRESSLER HALL

Phone 783-5454

338


Bia^

&4K8lldlip Compliments

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

of SIGMA PI

HALL SIGMA KAPPA Founded at

Colby College

in

1874

^^

Mf PHI CHAPTER Established

Compliments

at U. R. 1. in

of

CHI OMEGA

THETA

DELTA CHI

Compliments

of

UNIVERSITY THEATRE 16th Season

339

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ABOUT THE 1965 GRIST This volume of the University of Rhode Island Grist has by the offset lithography method by Taylor

been printed

Publishing Company

of Dallas, Texas. The opening six signature v^^as printed on 80# off-white Colo phon paper using a special mixture brown-black ink. The

teen page

remainder of the book

was

printed on 80# by the S. D.

double coated

Lustro enamel manufactured pany,

The

Boston, cover

Warren Com

Mass.

of the 1 965 Grist

All four<olor process work slide transparencies.

designed by

was was

produced

Art Paine.

from 35 MM

Body composition is 12 pt. Spartan; captions 10 pt. Spartan with italic. Major heads use 30 pt. Czarin; heads 24 pt. Czarin and sub-heads 18 pt. Czarin. The opening section utilizes

a

Torino Roman.

The majority of the photographs appearing in the 1965 Grist have been taken by the staff. Senior portraits and some

other

Philadelphia,

photographs

Photograph, by

were

taken

by

Merin

Studios,

Pa.

bottom of page 61,

the Providence Journal

was

made available

Company.

We would like to express thanks to the Advisor to the John F. Duffek.

yearbook,

341


1965 The World's Fair New York the test ban treaty and China experiments the civic

rights

Santa

passage

in Viet Nam

massacre

Domingo

ousting of Khrushchev, Breshnev and Kosygin

in

medicare

Johnson again, and

Humphrey

Goldwater Constitutional Convention

Chafee

Olympics,

of

eight Republican gold medals Report Labor in England

one

governors

Amerhcan

The Warren Wilson and

Churchill's death Gemini space

flight Kennedy in Nev\/ York ism internationalism, socialism, imperialism, nationalism, isolationism, neutralism, Robert

capitalism,

communism

Nehru's death

Funny Girl

Streisand

poverty. The Great Society Ecumenical Council

War

on

The Beatles The Cold War

prosperity fear 342

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