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Thomas A. Wolek, President





THE
SHOW TOPPERS

Present 2 different shows
every evening (except
Sunday), 8:30 and 11:30.
Saturdays, 9:30 only.

SAMMY DALE'S
ORCHESTRA

With delightful dinner
dancing from 7 p.m., and
the enchanting songs of
petite Priscilla Howe.



The finest in entertain-
ment and orchestras for
dancing . . . sumptuous
dining and bounteous
buffets . . . delightful Sat-
urday fashion show
luncheons ... in the ele-
gant surroundings of the
incomparable Terrace
Room.



Celebrating Our
35th Year



Reservations call HA 6-2000

J. P. DUCHSCHERER, General Manager



454



Acknowledgments



POST OFFICE
We thank the Post Office staff for their assistance in mailing
the many pages of the yearbook to Buffalo, N. Y.



McELROY COMMONS, Fr. Galvin
Many thanks to Fr. Galvin and all the McElroy
staff for putting up with late hours and lost keys.



FACULTY
A sincere thank you to the faculty members who
remained patient through many cut classes and
make-up examinations.



BJH, YEARBOOK REPRESENTATIVE, Mr. George Geer
A special gratitude to George for the tireless hours he spent
with us in planning the book, and for his encouragement and
advice during trying moments.



MODERATORS
It has been our greatest pleasure to work with a man who has given unrelentlessly of
his time and energy to the many problems confronting the yearbook staffs. To Rev.
Raymond V. Dunn, S.J., we extend our deepest feeling of gratitude. To the new mod-
erator, Rev. John MacNamara, S.J., we express our hope for the best of success with
the 1963 Centennial Edition.



DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, Mr. John Larner
We extend our deepest gratitude to Mr. Larner and his assistants for the many
photographs that were needed at crucial moments in the publishing of the book.



SWITCHBOARD STAFF
We wish to acknowledge all the operators at St. Mary's for
their patience amidst all the confusion caused on Sub Turri
calls: Chief Operator, Mrs. Irene Barry; Information Desk,
Mrs. Mary Glennon; Mrs. Florence lantosca, Mrs. Clara
Porter, Miss Martha Falck, Mr. Carl Young, Mr. John Con-
nolly of the staff.



SPORTS PUBLICITY, Mr. Edward Miller
We wish to thank Mr. Miller for his patience in
helping the photography staff at athletic events,
and for his efforts in the production of the Ath-
letics Section.



THE REGISTRARS
We extend recognition to Mr. John Conway, College
of Business Administration; Miss Eileen Tosney, Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences; Miss Elizabeth Strain, School
of Education; Miss Katherine Crosby, School of Nurs-
ing; and Miss Katherine Hastings, Evening College;
and all their staffs for producing class lists which
helped immensely in the production of the Graduate
and Index Sections.



RECEIVING ROOM, Mr. David Melville, Mr. Al Hurley
We wish to acknowledge the efforts of Mr. Melville, Mr.
Hurley and the staff for the many loyal services they have
performed.



455



In Mcmoriam



J. ROGER SICARD
College of Arts and Sciences

ROBERT L O'BRIEN
Evening College

MR. JOHN T. O'BRIEN
Economics Department

O Lord Jesus Christ, King of glory, deliver the souls of all the faithful departed
from the pains of hell and from the bottomless pit; deliver them from the lion's mouth,
that hell swallow them not up, that they fall not into darkness, but let the holy stand-
ard-bearer Michael bring them into that holy light which You promised of old to
Abraham and to his seed. We offer You, O Lord, sacrifices and prayers of praise;
receive them in behalf of those souls we commemorate this day. Grant them, O Lord,
to pass from death to that life which You promised of old to Abraham and to his seed.

Offertory prayer from the first Mass on All Souls' Day



456



THE UNIVERSITY



The Board of Trustees



Michael P. Walsh, S.J., President
Thomas Fleming, S.J., Treasurer
John A. Tobin, S.J., Secretary
Charles F. Donovan, S.J.
John V. Driscoll, S.J.



Alexander G. Duncan, S.J.
W. Seavey Joyce, S.J.
John A. McCarthy, S.J.
John C. O'Connell, S.J.
Joseph R. Walsh, SJ.



The corporate title of Boston College is
THE TRUSTEES OF BOSTON COLLEGE



Directors of University Services



WALTER G. BOUDREAU, B.S.

Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association

REV. DAVID F. CARROLL, SJ.
Director of Resident Students

THOMAS J. CUDMORE, M.S.S.W.
Director of Development

GEORGE P. DONALDSON, M.B.A.

Director of Vocational Guidance and Placement

WILLIAM J. FLYNN, M.Ed.

Director of Varsity and Intramural Athletics

WESTON M. JENKS, JR., A.M., M.Ed.
Foreign Student Advisor

JOHN J. LARNER, B.S.

Director of Public Relations



RICHARD J. LEONARD, B.S.B.A., C.P.A.

Coordinator of Fiscal Program and Auditor

FRANCIS E. MURPHY, M.S.

Director of Audio-Visual Services

REV. JOHN E. MURPHY, SJ.
Business Manager

THOMAS O'C. MURRAY, B.S.B.A.
Director of Alumni Relations

REV. JOSEPH L. SHEA, SJ.

Faculty Moderator of Athletics

REV. FRANCIS V. SULLIVAN, SJ.

Moderator of the Alumni Association

JOHN J. WALSH, Ph.D.

Director of University Testing Services



LEO E. WESNER, A.B.

Director of Alumni Fund



Historical Statement



"Boston College, one of the twenty-nine Jesuit
institutions of higher learning in the United States,
had its beginning in the days of the Civil War. In
1857, Father John McElroy, S.J., the superior of
old St. Mary's in the north end of Boston, purchased
the property and began the erection of the build-
ings which were to house the college, on Harrison
Avenue. By an act of the Massacfusetts L$Jppi|ure
in 1 863 the college was formally H incorpor^fed|^s a
university, and on September 5, 1864, the -l doofS of
the college were first opened to students! It&Tfirst
president was Father John Bapst, S.J., whs-
sufferings for the faith in Maine had made him a
famous figure in New England history.

After a half century of existence in that location,
the college was tranferred in 1913 to its present
site, at University Heights. Thomas I. Sasson, S.J.,



was the courageous and farsighted president who
planned and carried out this change. Boston Col-
lege is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts,
between Commonwealth Avenue and Beacon
Street, on the border line of Newton and Boston.
The 200 acre campus over looks the Chestnut Hill
Reservoir. On this spacious campus are located ap-
proximately thirty modern buildings housing the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Ad-
ministration, School of Education, School of Nursing
the Law School, Evening College of Arts and Sci-
ences and Business Administration, Graduate
School of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School
of Business Administration, libraries, laboratories,
men's dormitories, R.O.T.C., athletic facilities,
stadium* playing fields, gymnasium, and indoor
skating rink."



For Boston

For Boston, For Boston,

We sing our proud refrain!
For Boston, For Boston,

Tis wisdom's earthly fane
For here men are men

And their hearts are true,
And the towers on the Heights

Reach to heaven's own blue.
For Boston, For Boston,

Till the echoes ring again!



Hail! Alma Mater!

Hail! Alma Mater! Thy praise we sing.
Fondly they mem'ries round our heart still cling.
Guide of our youth, thro' thee we shall prevail!
Hail! Alma Mater! Hail! All Hail!
Hail! Alma Mater! Lo, on the height,
Proudly thy tow'rs are raised for the Right
God is thy Master, His law thy sole avail!
Hail! Alma Mater! Hail! All Hail!

Words and Music by T. J. Hurley, '85




For Boston, For Boston,

Thy glory is our own!

For Boston, For Boston,

'Tis here that truth is known,
And ever with the Right

Shall thy sons/be found,
jTitf time sfell'bp no more
I \ And thy w^rjys crowned,
r70i , s,Bostprt,ifor Boston,



Words and Wusic by t. J. Hurley, '85



Colore MAROON AND GOLD
JMascot: MARGO 3



n W i e im »fner» EACLES ,, - , - .„ — „ , ;, - /v .-




As to the Form



After going through the book and experienc-
ing the various recollections and emotions it con-
tains, you will probably give some thought to the
form in which they are presented. Since the form
of any yearbook contributes directly to these recol-
lections, we feel it is our task to explain at least
some of the principles which governed us in the
production of this volume. Undoubtedly, to many
of you the format may come as an extreme surprise.
It is to these that we present an explanation of our
attempt to convey through art and layout the
theme of our growth toward maturity.

Whatever may be said about our use of different
types or non-symmetry in layout, we feel that these
stay within the scope of continuity, and effectively
achieve an overall balance. We have attempted
to follow the "stylistic trend", which, totally sym-
bolic, tries to capture the essence of the ideas
conveyed. In the main dividers for instance, we
have taken one line each time from the opening
theme and symbolically added its meaning to the
previous ones.





However, the most controversial subject of con-
versation will probably be the cover. The bold sim-
plicity of modem lettering subjugated to the
austerity of our tower represents not only age-old
tradition over the contemporary, but also the hier-
archy of minds. It is this play of lines symbolic of
our campus architecture, the authority of knowl-
edge, and our fifty years "under the tower", that
brought the design about.

If colour then should be subject to symbolism
such as music is to the words in a song, let the
colours of tradition mingle with those of today, and
let them be just as pleasing to the eye as music is
to the words of thought. Why should we hide be-
hind false concepts of tradition when we have but
reached the edge of maturity?




Jan Hermans

Art & Layout Editor



459



The 1962
Golden Anniversary Sub Turri Staff



Editor-in-Chief, MARIO A. Dl BELARDINO, CBA '62

Business Manager, JOHN F. MULLEN, CBA '62
Faculty Moderator, REV. JOHN P. McNAMARA, SJ.



ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Francesco Scaduto, CBA '62

ART AND LAYOUT EDITOR
Jan Hermans, A&S '62

MANAGING EDITOR

Gerry Phillips, A&S '62

GRADUATE EDITORS

Edward Connelly, A&S '62
Robert Minasian, A&S '62

ASSISTANT GRADUATE EDITOR
Louise Meehan, Ed. '63

COPY EDITOR

Francis Zolli, A&S '62

ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR
Robert Del Priore, A&S '62

FACULTY EDITOR

Marilyn Warren, Ed. '63

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Charles Curto, A&S '64

ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS
Patricia Stabile, Ed. '62
Bernard Gately, A&S '62

ATHLETICS EDITORS

Gerard McKenna, A&S '62
James O'Connor, CBA '62

LIFE EDITOR

Joan Buckley, Ed. '63

INDEX EDITOR

Edmund Gyllenhammer, Ed. '62

SPECIAL SECTION EDITOR
Thomas Wolelc, CBA '62

SENIOR SALES MANAGER

Fred J. Harrigan, Jr., CBA '62



James Barrett, A&S '64
James Hartnett, A&S '65



ADVERTISING MANAGER
A. Michael Hanna, A&S '63

PATRONS MANAGER
Joyce Francis, Ed. '62

PUBLICITY MANAGER

Raymond J. Mitchell, A&S '63

JUNIOR SALES, MANAGER
James F. Corby, CBA '63

SOPHOMORE SALES MANAGER
Dan J. Tannacito, CBA '64

FRESHMAN SALES MANAGER
Eugene J. Donahue, CBA '65

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN
Paul LeFort, A&S '62

ADVERTISING STAFF

Eugene Clifford, A&S '63
Larry Nannery, A&S '63

ART STAFF

Joyce Siwinski, BN '65
Charlotte Kimball, BN '62

FACULTY STAFF

Mike Kelly, Ed. '63
Joan Manning, Ed. '63
Lee Sotera, Ed. '63
Mary Ann Sposini, Ed. '63

LIFE STAFF

Elaine Demeo, Ed. '63
Frank Gentry, Ed. '63
James McGahey, Ed. '63
Gerry Rizzo, Ed. '63

GRADUATES STAFF

Jean-Marie Egan, BN '62
Ruth Harzbecker, Eve. '62
Eileen McCook, BN '62
Virginia O'Connell, Eve. '62

PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF

Victor Campbell, A&S '63
Gerry Sheehan, A&S '64
Pat DeCaprario, A&S '64



ORGANIZATIONS STAFF
Brian Brennan, CBA '63
Carol Grzyb, Ed. '63
Mike Hanna, A&S '63
Thomas Jackson, A&S '63
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63

SPECIAL SECTION STAFF
John Houlihan, CBA '62

ATHLETICS STAFF

Frank Faggiano, A&S '62
Peter McKay, A&S '63
Mark Mulvoy, A&S '62
John Savage, A&S '62

INDEX STAFF

Ed Connelly, A&S '62
Robert Del Priore, A&S '62

LAYOUT STAFF

Richard Cullen, A&S '65
Bill Mathews, A&S '63
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63

EDITORIAL SECRETARIES
Carol Grzyb, Ed. '63
Roberta Shanks, Ed. '63

SECRETARIES

Aldonna Abizaid, Ed. '65
Joan Alcarez, Ed. '64
Mary Doherty, Ed. '63
Nancy Flaherty, Ed. '63
Bonnie Heinrich, Ed. '64
Cathy Mazza, GN '62
Mary Jane Natoli, Ed. '65
Janet Ouag en +ii Ed. '63
Mary Raimo, Ed. '63
Lee Sotera, Ed. '63
Mary Ann Sposini, Ed. '63



Ray Coyle, CBA '65
Howie Aylward, A&S '64



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College of Arts and Sciences



ABBOTT, LAWRENCE W.

40 Mallet St., Dorchester, Mass.
Hist. Society 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 2, 3, 4;
Intramurals I, 2, 3; Economics Acad. 4. pp. 87,
98, 283, 314.

ACCETTA, FRANCIS J.

262 Walnut St., North Adams, Mass.
pp. 13, 98, 314.

AMOROSO, JOHN J.

36 Bowen Ave., Medford, Mass. EX 5-1940
Cross & Crown 4; World Rel. League 4; ADA
4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 131, 273, 314.

ANDRUCHOW, WILLIAM JR.

27 Harold St., Somerville, Mass. MO 6-4519
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Chem. Club I,

2, 3, 4. pp. 84, 314.

ANNUNZIATA, MICHAEL S.

369 Hanover St., Boston, Mass. LA 3-0259
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Italian Acad. 3, 4;
Sect. Rep. I; Dean's List. p. 314.

ARMINIO, VINCENT V.

12 Washington Ave. Natick, Mass.

Lewis Drill Team I, World Rel. League 4; Dean's

List. pp. 273, 314.

ARNOLD, PRESTON T.

507 Union Ave. Laconia, N.H. LA 4-23 10
Ricci Math Club I, 3; Hist. Society 3; Russian
Acad. 2; Vice-Pres. 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3,
4; Dean's List. pp. 151, 153, 154, 314.

ARRINGTON, RONALD H. JR.

19 Highland St. Boston Mass. PI 5-1759
Dean's List. pp. 134, 314.

ATKINSON, PAUL F.

56 Bennington St. Newton, Mass. DE 2-1225
Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4; Sec'y 3, Vice-Pres. 4.
pp. 78, 314.

BAKER, WILLIAM L.

23 Shoemaker Rd. Lynn, Mass.

p. 3 15.

BARRY, NORMAN J. JR.

77 Hunnewell Ave. Brighton, Mass. AL4-5890
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key 3, 4, Key-
holder 4; Rod & Gun 3; Sodality I; Orienta-
tion 4; BI.0I. Plunkett 3. p. 3 I 5.

BARRY, STEPHEN P.

40 Richwood St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-6433
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Heightsmen; Hist. Society

3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2;
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; ADA 4; Junior Show 3.
pp. 78, 98, 283, 315.

BECHERER, RICHARD J.

II Under Terr. Newton, Mass. DE 2-3385

Track I, 2, 3; Radio Club I, 2; Physics Club I,
2, 3; Sigmo Pi Sigma, pp. 134, 315.

BERCURY, SHAUN D.

116 Algonquin Rd. Chestnut Hill, Mass.
p. 315.

BERTONE, ROBERT E.

108 King St. Franklin, Mass. 528-0651

Band I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3. p. 315.

BISHOP, RALPH M.

164 Salem St. Woburn, Mass. WE 3-5014
Chem. Club 2; Mendel Club 2, 3, 4; Heights
I; Band 2, 3; R. I. Club 4; Dean's List. pp. 89,
315.

BLANCHARD, DAVID J.

9 John St. Norwich, Conn. TU 7-0725

WVBC I, 2, 3, 4, Chief Engineer 2, 3, 4; Band

I, 2, 3, 4; WIPR I, 2. pp. 91, 315.

BLANEY, KEVIN B.

1906 Sherman Dr. UTica, N.Y. RE2-II70

N.Y. Club I, 2; Cadet Officers' Club 3, 4;

Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4. pp. 151, 157, 285, 315.



BOLAND, JOHN V.

79 Sidney St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 8-7994

BONCORE, ANGELO C.

22 Highland St. Revere, Mass. AT 9-2007

Band I, 2, 3; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4. p. 316.

BOND, RICHARD B.

184 Wren St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 5-6737
Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4; Heights 3; Economic
Acad. 2, 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 4. p. 316.

BOWEN, PAUL E.

108 Wilmington Ave. Dorchester, Mass. CY 8-

0853

Hist. Society I, 2, 3, 4 : Gold Key I, 2; Young

Dem. 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 316.

BRADLEY, JAMES J.

32 Richmond Rd. Belmont, Mass. IV 4-5056
Mendel Club. p. 316.

BRAGA, JOSEPH L.

253 Itasca St. Mattapan, Mass. CY 6-1449
Band I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I; World Rel. League
I, 2; Young Dem. 3; Psych. Club 2; Mendel
Club I. p. 316.

BREEN, JOHN J.

3 Shenandoah St. Dorchester, Mass. AV 2-0591
Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Germ. Acad. I. 2; Ricci
Club 3, 4. pp. 99, 316.

BROOKS, WALTER E.

144 Waltham St. W. Newton, Mass. DE 2-3967
Omicron Chi Epsilon; Economics Acad. 3, 4;
Dean's List, p 316.

BROWN, ALVIN S. Ill

22 Squam Rd. Rockport, Mass. Kl 6-3094
p. 316.

BRUNO, JOHN E.

42 Park Place Branford Conn. HU 8-0366
Student Senate I, 2, Vice-Pres. I, 2; Intramurals
I, 2, 3, 4; R. I. Club 3, 4; Conn. Club I, 2;
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. Acad.; Prom Commit-
tee 2; Commencement Ball Committee; Sect.
Rep. 3. pp. 96, 316.

BUCKLEY, DANIEL J.

3 Hamlet St. Dorchester 25, Mass. TA 5-4982
Lewis Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2,
3, 4; Cadet Office*,' Club 3, 4; Hist. Society
4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2. pp. 153, 154,
157, 317.

BUCKLEY, DAVID J.

5 Rupert St. Springfield, Mass. RE 2-9577
Economics Acad. 4; Ricci Math Club I, 2, 3,

4; W. Mass. Club; Rod & Gun 3, 4; Intra-
murals I, 2, 3, 4. p. 3-17.

BURKHOLDER, THOMAS E.

38 Pilsudski Way S. Boston, Mass. AN 9-0314
p. 317.

BURNS, STEPHEN P. JR.

47 Chapman St. Watertown, Mass.

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4;

Dean's List. p. 3 I 7.

BYTHEWOOD, DANIEL H.

108 Marshall St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-0333
p. 317.

CACCIOLA, JOSEPH A.

95 Dale St. Roxbury, Mass

Italian Acad. 3; World Rel. League 3; Dean's

List. p. 317.

CACKOWSKI, GORDON S.

40 NorthSt. Stamford, Conn. DA 3-3773

Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Young Rep. Club
4; Honors Program 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 99,
134, 154; 317.

CAHILL, WILLIAM F. JR.

25 July St. Lowell, Mass. GL 2-2068

Intramurals I; Chem. Club I, 2, ,3 4; Dean's

List. p. 317.



CALLAHAN, LAWRENCE D.

301 Park St. W. Roxbury, Mass. FA 3-7312
Rifle Club I; Germ. Acad. I, 2; Physics Club
I, 2, 3. p. 317.

CALLAHAN, ROBERT T.

20 Kendall St. Winchester, Mass. PA 9-6620
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4; Hist.' Society
4. p. 318.

CANNIFFE, JOHN M.

54 Beach St. Marblehead, Mass.
p. 318.

CANNING, ROBERT C.

88 Paul Gore St. Jamaica Plain, Mass.
p. 318

CAPALBO, ROBERT F.

20 Maple Dr. Old Greenwich, Conn. Neptune

7-9623

Bellarmine Law & Gov't. I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4;

Young Rep. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Heights

2; Humanities 4; Dean's List. pp. 93, 96, 318.

CAPOZZI, E. ROBERT

125 Pearsall PI. Bridgeport, Conn. Edison 5-7081
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85,
87, 318.

CAPPELLO, ROBERT A.

432 Mystic St. Arlington, Mass.
Psych. Club 4; Sect. Rep. 4; Cheerleader I, 2;
Intramurals 2; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Junior
Show. p. 318.

CAREY, ROGER M.

86 Lynnway Revere, Mass. AT 9-2 I 80
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4. p. 3 I 8.

CAREY, THOMAS J. JR.

1131 Main St. Hingham. Mass. R I 9-0979
Chess Club I; Hist. Society I, 4; Bellarmine
Law & Gov't. 4. p. 318.

CARR, THOMAS P.

78 Aldie St. Allston, Mass.

Hist. Society 4; Dean's List. p. 318.

CARROLL, CHARLES J.

18 Sudan St. Dorchester, Mass. TA 5-2242

Bl. Ol. Plunkett 4; Young Democrats 4. p. 319.

CELI, JOHN C.

10 Breck St. Milton, Mass.

Glee Club 3; Psych. Club 4; Intramurals I, 2,
3; Junior Show 3; Orientation 4; Dean's List,
p. 319.

CHILLEMI, JOSEPH A.

43 Ridge Rd. Hamden. Conn. CH 8-5677
Conn. Club I; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4;
Student Senate, Pres. I. pp. 96, 319.

CHOATE, ALLEN C.

273 Cross St. Maiden, Mass. DA 4-2560
Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4; ADA 3, 4; Young
Dem. 3, 4; Hist. Society 3; World Rel. League
4; Cross & Crown 4; Dean's List. pp. 131, 319.

CINELLA, THOMAS F.

176 Main St. Lee, Mass. Lee 650

Cross & Crown; Italian Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm

Council I, 2; Dean's List. pp. 97, 99, 131, 285,

319.

CLINTON, THOMAS E.

18 Estes St. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-7204

Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 2, 3, 4; Hist. Society

4; World Rel. League 3. p. 319.

COLEMAN, WILLIAM A. JR.

450 Pelham Rd. New Rochelle, N.Y.
pp. 144, 319.

COLLETTA, CARMINE

186 Belmont St. Maiden, Mass.
p. 319.



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COLLINS, RICHARD X.

103 Bartlett St. Somerville, Mass. 625-2625
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't.
3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. I, 2, 3, 4; Psych. Club
3; Germ. Acad. I. p. 319.

COLLINS, ROBERT F.

6 Brewster Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-2266

Hist. Society I, 2, 3, Pres. 4; ADA 4; Dean's

List. pp. 98, 320.

COLUCCI, RICHARD G.

151 Rockaway Ave. Garden City, N.Y.
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4;
Track I, 2, 3; Dorm Council I. pp. 89, 144, 320.

COMEAU, PAUL N.

12 Nonantum St. Brighton, Mass. AL 4-8698
Sodality I; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4.
pp. 21 I, 320.

COMIZZOLI, ROBERT B.

721 10th St. Union City, N.J. UN 6-2035
Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4; Sect. Rep. I, 3,
4; Sub Turri 4; Scholar of the College; Honors
Program I, 2, 3, 4; Germ. Acad. I; Orientation
2; Physics Club I, 2; Deon's List. pp. 133, 320.

CONDON, CHARLES F. JR.

271 Belmont St. Wollaston, Mass. GR 2-2712
Psych. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Sect. Rep. I. p. 320

CONDON, DENNIS M.

137 W. Adams St. Somerville, Mass. PR 6-7898
Pysch. Club 4; Semper Fidelis 3, 4; Intramurals

1, 2; Dean's List. pp. 98, 320.

CONNAUGHTON, ROBERT T.

43 Hastings St. Lowell, Mass.
p. 320.

CONNELLY, EDWARD R.

303 E. 37th St. New York 16, N.Y. MU 4-0069
Sub Turri Senior Editor 4; Economics Acad. I,

2, 3, 4; Young Rep. 3, 4; Ricci Math Club I,
4; N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Orientation 4. pp. I 15-
16, 144, 153-4, 157, 320.

CONNELLY, GILBERT P.

82 Cabot St. Milton, Mass. OX 2-6543
Mendel Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 320.

COOGAN, JAMES J.

12 Broadway N. Attleboro, Mass. MY 9-8350
Bellarmine Law & Gov't., Treas. 3, Pres. 4;
Pub. Affairs Forum; WVBC; Sect. Rep. 3, 4;
Dorm Council; Intramurals; R. I. Club; Dean's
List. pp. 76, 96, 274, 321.

COOTS, DONALD E.

15 Winthrop St. Brockton, Mass. JU 7-6326
Intramurals I, 2, 3; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4;
Hist. Society 3, 4. pp. 98, 321.

CORAZZINI, ARTHUR J.

56 Cypress St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-7344
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4. Pres. 4; Omicron Chi
Epsilon 4; ADA 3, 4; Sect. Rep. 3; Pub Affairs
Forum 4; Senior Week Committee 4; Dean's
List. pp. 85, 321.

CORCORAN, PAUL M.

941 West Boulevard Hartford, Conn.
pp. 85, 321.

COTTER, JOHN P.

102 Morrison Ave. Somerville 44, Mass.
Economics Acad. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Section Rep.
4; Gold Key 2, 3, 4, Key Holder 4; Bl. Ol.
Plunkett I, 2; Junior Show 3; Commencement
Committee 3. pp. 85, 321.

COUGHLIN, BASIL J. JR.

I I Edgewood Circle Quincy, Mass.
p. 321.

COYLE, FRANCIS I.

56 Lakeview Rd. Foxboro, Mass. Kl 3-5857
Ricci Math Acad. 2, 3, 4; Bl. Ol. Plunkett 2;
Pysch. Club 4. p. 321.

CRAIG, JOSEPH J. JR.

1133 Main St. Waltham, Mass. TW 3-3717
Mendel Club I, 2; Economics Acad. 3, 4; Omi-
cron Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-Pres.; Section Rep.
2; Dean's List. p. 321.



CREONTE, WILLIAM J.

51 Forest St. Watertown, Mass. WA 4-5499
Section Rep. 3; Mendel Club 3, 4. p. 321.

CRONIN, WILLIAM E

II5A Third St. Medford, Mass. EX 6-0185
Dean's List. p. 322.

CURTIN, JOHN E.

247 Slade St. Belmont, Mass.
pp. 96, 322.

CUSHING, JOSEPH F. JR.

96 Summer St. Weymouth, Mass. ED 5-0712
Psych. Club 4; Ricci Math Acad. 4; Junior
Show 3; Lewis Drill Team I, 2. p. 322.

DACEY, JAMES C. JR.

27 Audubon Rd. Milton, Mass. OX 8-9815
Psych, Club 3, 4; Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4. pp. 99,
322.

DALEY, L. PAUL

83 Bay State Ave. Somerville, Mass. 625-8688.
Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3;
Young Republicans 2, 3; Heights I. p. 322.

DALLAMORA, EUGENE L.

14 Russin Ave. Framingham, Mass.

DALTON, THOMAS F.

15 Summer St. Weymouth, Mass.
p. 322.

DALY, LAWRENCE A.

45 Apple Tree Lane Weymouth, Mass. ED 7-

9445

Chem. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Section Rep. I. p. 322.

DEL PRIORE, ROBERT P.

70 Van Guilder Ave. New Rochelle, N.Y. NE6-

5479

N.Y. Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; Sub Tiirri

Copy Editor 4; Dean's List. pp. 114, 144, 274,

322.

DEMERS, ROBERT A.

14 Danforth St. Taunton, Mass. VA4-84I5
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Rod & Gun 3, 4; Ricci
Math Acad. 3, 4. pp. 253, 281, 285, 322.

DEMPSEY, TIMOTHY F. JR.

18 Ellsworth Terr. Lynn, Mass. LY 2-3747
Economics Acad. 3, 4; Dean's List. pp. 85, 323.

DePRISCO, ROBERT A.

52 Wardwell Ave. Lynn, Mass.
Ricci Math Acad. 3, 4. p. 323

DERRY, PETER E.

186 Caleb St. Portland, Maine SP 5-0737
Maine Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Bellarmine Law

6 Gov't. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Dramatic Society I ;
Student Senate Sec'y. 4. pp. 96, 118, 277, 323.

DEVIN, PAUL R.

35 Brookvale St. Dorchester, Mass.

Hist. Society 4; Bellarmine Law & Gov't. 3, 4;

Intramurals 3, 4; Dean's List. p. 323.

DEWAR, D. RICHARD

99 North St. Stoneham, Mass. 438-0969
Gold Key I, 2; Intramurals I, 2, 3. p. 323.

DiGIAMBATTISTA, JOHN D.

222 North State St. Concord, N.H. CA 5-6898


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