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ELMS

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State University of New York New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo.

Staff

Editor-Rosemary A. Schaffner Associate Editor-James A. Mayer Business Manager-Robert J. Lewis Advisors-June Truesdale, Norman TruesdQle literary Advisor-Walter Greenwood Directory Editor-James l. Steger Typing Editor-Carol M. Freund Literary Editor-Rosemary M. Wrenn Athletic Editor-Richard Auerbach Art Staff-Phyllis Stafford, June Kesel, Ann Klemann Athletic Staff-Rosemary Wahler, John Corbet, Jack Fosler, Eatl Skingley Business Staff-Louise King, Patricia Murdock, Evelyn Jordan, Herbert Koenig

literary Staff-Margery Grotzka, Suzanne Jones, Joan Schmelzinger, Margaret Resch, leland· Moody, Iris Storey, Mar– garet Rizzo, Donald Walters, Rosemarie lagowski, Vivian Brown Photogrophy-John Miller, Richard Kubalak, Arthur Gill, Robert Miller Typing Stoff-Janel Sheffield, Carol Johnson, Barbara Heimerle, Mary E"en Morris, Janet Hoth, Christine Hoto, lois Toylor, Audrey Matthews, Jean McDonald, Ruth Schilinger, Carolyn James, Edith Roden Directory Staff-Ellen Weinheimer, La Rene Henry, Edward Torba, Sandra Young, Lois Evans~ Franklin Schaffner

Photography by Dan Jay Studio, lanCClster lithographed by Wm, J. Keller Inc., Buffalo

Dedication To Our President, HARRY W. ROCKWELL

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On the twenty-second day of March, 1919, the State Board · of Regents honored the Buffalo Norma l School by hold ing its regular monthly session there, the first ever scheduled in the city of Buffalo. The meeting held an interest which was two-fold, namely, the dedication of the new Normal School build– ing which had been occupied four years before, but never formally dedicated; and the installation of the new principal, Harry W. Rockwell, who came to Buffalo from the superintendency of the Pelham Township Schools in Westchester County. At this all-day business meeting allusions were made to his comparative youth by the speakers, for he was only thirty-eight at the time, prompted him to say: "Time and my own record must be the jury to determine the verdict as to the justice of this expression of your confidence in me." Spoken thirty-two years ago, this response invites us to applaude Dr. Rockwell for his obvious success in his educationa l profession and each one of the faculty, alumni, and' students arrives ·immediately at the verdict: "An excellent service rendered to a most appreciative State." When Dr. Rockwell first became head of the school, it had two-hundred fifty students and forty-five faculty members. Today, be– cause of his foresight and industry, the col– lege's enrollment of 2022 is the largest of any of the thirty-three units in the State University of New York with the lowest per– capita cost of any of the e leven teachers colleges. Since his introdue!ion to office of college president, four specia l departments have been created- home economics, edu– cation of the handicapped, industrial arts, and art education. During the years of World War II the loca l board had been looking forward to peace and expansion. Under Dr. Rockwell 's 4

diree!ion our campus is expanding. The Common Council was persuaded to cede thirty-five add itiona l acres adjacent to the college grounds. In 1946 the State Legisla– ture made a $1,020,000 appropriation for structures including the Edward H. Butler library, now in the process of being built, and a dormitory. Before retiring July 31, Dr. Rockwell hopes to see the establishment of an inter-faith chapel. Born in Rockwell's Mills, New York in 1881, Harry W. Rockwell was destined to become one of the best known, most respected educators. He is known as a familiar and cheerful gentleman of authority to the students and faculty. Always capable of guiding college affairs, he regulates the many student ae!ivities for the benefit of all . He is an inspiration to everyone with whom he comes in contae!. The many tradi– tions such as Holl y Hanging, Interclass-Sing, and Moving-Up Day, would be incomp lete without President Rockwell sharing our en– thusiasm and School spirit. We wish to ac– knowledge our gratitude to Dr. Rockwell with the dedication of the 1951 Elms- may it act as a document of his forty-eight years of worthwh ile service not only to the students and faculty benefited by his understanding guidance, but a lso his outstanding contri– butions to the State and the nation. Harry Wescott Rockwell is a man the entire New York State can be proud to call its "native son"; a man the entire country can call its citizen. He is no ordinary citizen though. He is not a man who lives from day to day, working for his own singular gain. President Rockwell deserves every honor possible in his particular fie ld of education. His untiring efforts on behalf of the college and its two thousand students is an unse lfish, indefatigable task about which he has gen-

Our president presides at commencement ceremonies.

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The president's home.

President Rockwell ioins with us in our tra ditions.

erously fashioned thirty-two years of official leadership. Early in his memorable career, Dr. Rockwell rededicated himself with the strength of spirit and will to insure initial victories in his campaign for a better equipped, more modern, adequately staffed curriculum in the first old Normal School and later the college of teacher training. He is rightfully accredited with constructing a firm foundation upon which to erect the largest teachers college in New York State. From all directions educational leaders recognize his talent and know-how when it comes to suc– cessfully governing a large student body. Consequently he is called upon for sage advice and helpful hints -on a happy admin– istration. Dr. Rockwell retires this July, 1951 as President of the college. It is needless to say that a complete retirement from the field of education would be impossible as for as he is concerned. We . hope for many a convoca– tion with Harry Wescott Rockwell as speaker before the present freshman. class experi– ences its graduation exercises. No testimonial, no Elms dedication, or any other tribute could even attempt to express our cumulative gratitude to this renowned teacher. Not only has Dr. Rockwell-whose title comes from an honorary doctorate in pedagogy he re-

ceived from Albany State Teachers college– been president of a half-dozen educational organizations, but also has been director of about as many civic and educational institu– tions. Among these are the Buffalo Rotary Club presidency and past governor of the 169th international district. As . he leaves the college where he awarded more than ten thousand diplomas and five thousand degrees he will take with him this tribute from Mr. Butler- editor of the Buffalo Evening News-who has worked with him throughout his career as college president: "Dr. Rockwell has done an ex– cellent job during his regime. The board exceedingly regrets his retirement but real– izes that after thirty-two years of useful service-to the Normal School, Buffalo State Teachers College and civic groups-he is entitled to a well-deserved rest. But we are fortunate in knowing that despite his retire– ment he will always be available for sugges– tions and that the continuing growth of the college will always remain one of his primary interests." We heartily agree with Mr. But– ler's expressed acknowledgement. It is truly appropriate that we humbly dedicate this edition of the Elms to a man who has dedi– cated his life to our instruction.

The realization of a

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tory Dedication.

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Catherine E. Reed, Dean of Women; Ralph Horn, Dean and Director of Summer Session; Raymond M. Fretz, Professor of Science and Deon of Men,

Administration

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Faculty

In Memoriam

DORRIS BONNAR

JUNE 1950

We, the faculty and students af Buffalo State Teachers College, pay our final tribute to Mrs. Doris Bonnar, College Nurse, who passed away lost summer. For six years, Mrs. Bonnar soothed the ills of the college students with her patience and kindness which was graciously administered with her active remedies. Her office was always open, eager and willing to admit us in our time of need. Although Nurse Bonnar is no longer seen in the hallways, her memory will be kept olive by the good deeds she performed . "To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die."

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Seated-Harold J. Steffen, Assistant Professor) Clorence Cook, Auistant Professor; Emerson E. Neuthardt, Professor; Irving C. P; rkins, Professor ond Head of Deportment; David Cappiello, Instructor; Burton S. Waagen, Instructor; Standing-Donald G. Brossman, Assistant Professor; Andrew W. Grobeau, Assistant Professor; Ellsworth M. Russell, Professor; Edgar H.-Strong, Instructor, John Fontana, Assistant Profanor; Owen Harlan, Assistant Professor; Louis J. Callan, Assistant Professor, Edward L. Morrice, Assistant Professor, Howard J. Meyer, Acting Instructor, William Palmeter, Instructor.

Seated~D. Kenneth Winebrenner, Professor of Art; Catherine- Rudulph, Stenographer; Zelia Case, Instructor of Art; Carolyn W. Heyman, Assistant Professor of Art; D. Jeanne Boardman, Instructor of Art; Clement Terkowski, Instructor of Art; Standing-Eugene S. G. Dakin, Assistant Professor of Art; D. ~aul Smay, Professor of Art Educa– tion and Director ot Visual Education; Norman Truesdale, Assistant Professor of Art; Howard Conant, Assistant Professor of Art; Stanley Czurles, Director of Art Division; Julius Hubler, Professor of Art.

Art Education

Dr, Irving Perkins, Professor of Industrial Arts and Head of the Department.

Industrial Arts

Seated-Helen Pratt, Philip C. Elliott, Director; Virginia Cutlebetf; Standing-Peter J. Gilleran, Robert Bruce, Charles Hoppin, Robert C. Smith, Donald Nichols, Herbert L..Fink, leHerio Calopoi, John S. McKoy, Lyle R. Mayer.

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School of Practice

First Row-Edith Bloteric, Elizabeth A. McClure, Roberta Sandstone, Joan Steinmiller, Wilma loux, Mary l. Jomidson, Margaret M. Woeppel; Second Row-Pauline Neu'hardt, Betty Bressi, GIQdys Clork,Mildred Concannon, Evelyn Clark, Meribah Gardner, Soroh Sterrett, Ruth Sugarman, Helen E. Rimkus, Hertha Goney; Third Row– Virginia Dale, Dorothy fedigan, loretta HQnover, Burton Waagen, E. A. King, Rudolph Cherkauer, Cheder Pugsley, Principal of the School of Practice; Marguerite Stockberger, Ruth Muck.

Sealed-C. W. Stiner,Acting Instructor; Ruth M. Buddenhagen, Assistant Professor; Arlene Adorns, Instructor; Lois G. Adorns, Assistant Professor; Mildred SipP, Head of Department; Winifred Eakin, Instructor; Standing-Dorothy Jusconic, Secretory; Virginia Nudd, Instructor) Alma Roudebush, Professor;Richard A. D. Stewart, Professor of Family Life; Pauline Weaver, Assistant Professor; H. V. Butler, Acting Assistant Professor,

Home

Economics

Dr. Allen P. Bradley, Professor of Education Clnd Director of G"",,,llr Elementary Division ond Evening SeHian.

Left to Right-Wilma Lault, Instructor; Robert Redden, Instructor; Katheryne Whittemore, Professor.

Social Studies

Seated-Mary Cochnower, Wa lter Greenwood, Professors; Betty Gallagher, Instructor; Arthur l. Bradford, Professor and Head of Deportment; Meta Norenberg, Inslructor; Con– rad Schuck, Assistant Professor; Mino Goosen, Professor; Standing-Marlin Fried, Assist– ant Professor; Wilson Grogg, Benjamin Gronewold, Professors; Andrew Grabau, Frazer Drew, Assistant Professors; Richard Gill, Acting Instructor.

English and Languages

First Row-Frederick Hollister, Professor; Daniel Bolting, Instructor; Marion Dana, Instruc– tor; Harold Peterson, Professor and Head of Department; John Vernon, Instructor; Second Row-Houston Robison, A) sistont Professor; Norman Weaver, Instructor; Daniel Rogers, Acting Instructor; Morvin Rapp, Professor; Robert Albright, Professor and Director of Extension; Lester Moson, Profenor.

Dr. Charles A. Meuner, Professor of Longuages, Head of the Department; Manuel H. Guerra, Instructor of Spanish.

Edu(ation of Handi(apped

l eft to Right-Helen Manders, Nurse and Instructor of Health Education; lo– raine Raps, Nurse; student, Dr, John Wadsworth,

Viola Rea li Shadle, Secretory; Richard M. Flower, Assistant Professor; Maurice H. Fouracre, Head of Handicapped Deportment.

Health Edu(ation

Left to Right-Helen W, Manders, Nurse and Instructor of Health Education; Gertrude E, Roach, Assistant Profenor; Edith S. Blateric, Instructor; Ruth E. Houston, Professor and Head of Deportment; June Bosworth, Instructor; Miriam l. Spaulding, Instructor.

Secled-Elizabeth Bressi, Instructor of Nursery School; Moe O'Brien, Profenor'of Education and Anisl· cnt Director of Training; Morion Elmer, Acting Instructor; Oscar Hertzberg, Professor and Head of Department; Mazie Earl Wagner, Acting Asshtont Professor; lorraine longe, Assistant Professor; Evelyn Clarke, Instructor of First Grode Kindergarten; Josephine Steuber, Assista nt Professor; Anna Burrell, Assistont Professor; Standing-Myron Northrup. Instructor; Homer Bruce, Assistant Professor; Harry Steel, Professor ond Director of leather Education; William Barnett, Inltruetor; Che~ter Pugsley, Professor; Elizabeth Penn, Assistant Professor; Sherman Crayton, Professor; Anthony MilonoYich, Assistant Professor; Paul Sloan, Professor.

Edu(ation

Left to Right-Frontes Hepinstall, College Librarian; Helen Rimkus, Assistant librarian; Frontes Breen, Assistant librarian,

Library Staff

Marguerite Patterson, Assistant Professor; John Urban, Professor and Acting Head of Science Department; Anna Ryan, Instructor; SoUy Nowocin, Secretary; David Thielking, Instructor; Standing - Raymond Fretz, Professor C1nd Dean of Men; Lorry Provenzano, Acting Instructor; George Loug, Instructor; Charles Vail, Assistant Professor; George Swenson, Instrudor, Richard Lampkin, Professor; Volentine Nodolinski, Instfuctor; E. F. Arthur, Instructor; Sigurd Sheel, Assistant Professor.

Science

Seated-Isabel Cappiello, Assistant librarian: Frances HepinstaJl, CoUege Librarian; Doris Kent, Junior librarian; Standing- Malvin Victriol, Assistant Librarian; lenore Kemp, Junior librarian: Helen Rimkus, Assistant librarian, School of Practice; Frances Breen, Assistant librarian.

Mathematics

George Laug, Instructof; Reuben Ebert, Heod of Department; Cedi Rodney, Assistant Professor: :RudolphCherkauer, Instruttor.

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left to Right-Silas L, Boyd, Professor of Music; and Head of 'Music; Deportment; Joseph Winc;enc, Anistant Prafenor of Music; Virginia Dole, Assistant Professor of Music;; Mory Louise McMahon, Instrudor of Music; William H, Tallmadge, In!trudor of Music;; Frank W. Webster, Asslslant Profenor of Music,

left to right- Dorothy Dettman, Mrs. Charlot Fetterman, Marietta Ferro.

Music

G!'orge R, Sherrie, Coordinator of Field Servic;es and Diredor of Public; Relations; Berdena C, Dolberg, Secreta! y.

left to right-Paul Smay, Director of Visual Education, Rita Vaccaro, Stenographer; Norman Truesdale, Anislant Proenor of Art.

Field– Co-ordinator

Visual Education

Alumni

Extension

Kathleen Hernimon, secretory;

left to Right-Edith . Levin, Dr. Robert Albright, Mrs. Setty Nuttle.

Registrar

Placement

Left to right-Edith Levin, Joan Roth, Richard Dyer-Hurdon, Regis. trar; Arlene Rubenstein.

Harry J. Steel, Professor of Education and DIrector of Teacher Education; Mrs. Norman Truesdale, Placement Secretory.

Left to right-Robert W. Goehle, Financial Secret(uy; Norma Oli– vieri, Secretary; Jean Gassman, Senior Account Clerk; Joan Ludlow, Stenographer; Jane Evans, Stenographer.

left to Right-Kathryn S. Graham, Marilyn Jones, Jane Oi Addario, Mary' May.

Financial Secretary

Secretaries

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Graduates

PATRICIA ALLEN BQchelor of Science GenerQI ElementQry GrovelQnd

ELAINE ABBOTT Bachelor of Science Home Economics Williamsville

RICHARD ALLEN BQchelor of Science Ar' EdUCQtion Buffalo

EDWARD ABRAMS Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

ELOISE HUGHES ACKERSON Bachelor of Science Home Economies Addison

TERESA ANTHONY Bachelor of Science Home Economics LackawannQ

DANIEL AOAMICK Bachelor of Sdence Industrial Arts Buffalo

EOWARD ANTOS Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

CLARENCE ADAMS BQchelor of Science lndustrlQI Arts ChQffee

GLORIA APRILE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffa lo

RICHARD AHR Bachelor of Science Art EduCQtion Buffalo

JOHN ARCHER Bachelor of Science Indultrial Arts Buffalo

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ELIZABETH ASHLEY Bachelor af Science Art Educe lion Glentteed

NANCY BARBACK Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

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JOHN BARBARO Bachelar of Science Industrial Arts Olean

VIRGINIA ASPELL Bachelor of Science Home Economics Centerville

GRAHAM BARKHUff Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Delmar

RICHARD AUER Bachelor of Science Induslrlal Arts Buffalo

CATHERINE AUGUSTINE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Kenmore

PATRICIA BARNUM Bachelor of Science Home Economics lockport

EDWARD BARTel Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

CAROL BABCOCK Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOHN BEATON Bachelor of Science General Elemenlary Niagara Falls

FRANK BARAN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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LUCY BIANCO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Binghamton

ROBERT BEDELL Belchelor of Science Industrial Arts North Tonawanda

BERNARD BELFER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

GEORGE BIDLEMAN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

CHARLES BLAKESLEE Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Kenmore

SHIRLEY BELL Bachelor of Science Ge neral Elementary · Buffalo

DAVID BLATCHFORD Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Wyoming

SHIRLEY· BELLINGER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

PHYLLIS BERES Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lynbrook

KENNETH BOGACH Bochelor of Sc:1ence Industrial Arts Brooklyn

SHIRLEY BOOKER Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

AVERil BETHWAITE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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CHARLOTTE BROTHERS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ROBERT BORCHARD Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

ANNIE BROWN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

CAROL BORDEN Bochelor of Science General Elementary Hornell

PATRICIA BROWN Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

SHIRLEY BOWEN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

GRACE BRUNETTO Bochelor of Scie nce Home Economics Johnstown

JOYCE BOWINS Bachelor of $cienGe Home Economics Buffalo

6my BRYANT Bachelor of Science Art Education Kingston

NORMA BREITENBACH Bochelor of Science General Elementary Tonawanda

MARILYN BUHRMASTER Bachelor of Science General .Elementary Amsterdam

ROBERT BROOKS Bocnelor of Science Industria l Arts Buffalo

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DORTHEA CARLSON Bachelor of Science Art Education Sonyea

NANCY BULL Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOSEPHINE CARPENTER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOAN BURG Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

RACt:lEl CASTIGLIONE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

PATRICIA BUTlER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

MARY JANE CERATO Bachelor of Science General elementary Kenmore

JOHN BYCINA Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

BERIS CHAZEN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

GRACE CAINES Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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ANITA CHIAPPONE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

MARY CARFAGNA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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MARIE COLE Bachelor of. Science Home Economics Baldwinsville

RITA CHLIPALA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

BARBARA CONKLIN Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffa lo

RUTHE CHUPAS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

KATHERINE ·CONKLIN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Cuba

THOMAS CICA:rELLO Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Buffa lo

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VINCENT CLEMENTE Bochelor of Science Art Education Utica

JOANNE CORCORAN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

RUTH e LISE Bachelor of Science Art Education Waterloo

ClARENCE CORDIER Bachelor of Science Art Education Depew

FREDERICK CRAMMER Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

ANNABELLA COHEN Bochelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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DORIS CREOtA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

NORMA LEDWIN DEAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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WILLIAM DE FREIS, JR. Bachelor of Science Industria I,Arts Buffalo

DAVID CRESPI Bachelor of Science Art Education Amityville

DONNA CUNNINGHAM Bachelor of Science ,General Elementarl Buffalo

MARGARET DE GROOD Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

CHESTER DEMBINSKI Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

W ILLIAM CUNNINGHAM Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Broadalbin

JEAN DANAHY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JEAN DE SOTO Bachelor of Science Art Education Tarrytown

JAMES DIGGINS Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

MARION DAVIS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lackawanna

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MOLLY DILLON Bachelor of Science Home Economics Kenmore

JANICE lEE DOWNER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Forestville

ELBA DODGE Bachelor of Sdence Industrial Arts Olean

NANCY DREXELIUS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Eggertsville

MILDRED DOLAC Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lackawanna

LEO DUMKE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Attica

CAROLYN DOLEMAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Kenmore

ANITA DUTTWEllER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Clarence Center

RALPH OOMESeEK Bachelor of Science Industrial Arh Buffalo

EDWIN EDDY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Rochester

EUGENE DOMINIAK Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts lackawanna

JEANETTE- EISENHAUER Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

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RICHARD ELLIOTT Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOANNE FINSTERBACH Bachelor of Science Home Economics Ebenezer

JOHN ELWELL Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts BuHalo

MARGARET FITZGERALD Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

GRACE EMMANUElE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Williams...ille

NORMAN FLANIGAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ANNE MARIE ENSER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOAN FLAVIN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Kenmore

ISABELLA FALSONE Bachelor of Science Home Economics Mount Morris

JO ANN FLYNN Bachelor of Science General Elementa ry Olean

JOAN FINLEY Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

JACK FOSTER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Homburg

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LEON GACH Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffo 10

ROMAN FRANCZYK Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

KENNETH FRANKLIN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ELLEN GALLAGHER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

CAROL FREUND Bachelor of Science General elementary Buffalo

ELIZABETH GARRISON Bache lor of Science Generol elementary Romulus

GERALDINE FRY Bachelor of Science

JAMES GASSMAN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Wanakah

Art Education Schenectady

ANGELINE GIANGRECO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOHN FUlCINITI Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts BufFolo

NORENE FUNCHEON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

HELEN GIARDINA Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Rochester

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JOHN GILSON Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Jamestown

eDWARD GRAY Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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lUCILLE GlOVe Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara falls

GEORGE GRAY Bache lor of Science

Art Education Volley Stream

JEAN GIPP Bachelor of Science Art Education Kenmore

SHIRLEY SEIFERT GRAY Bachelor of Science Home Economics Tonawanda

DONALD GLAOW'~ Bachelor of Scient. Art Education UtkQ

PATRICIA GRASER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

MARION GOOREVICH Bachelor of Science General Elemel1lary Buffalo

l OIS GREENfiELD Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Niagara Foils

ANDREW GRABOWSKI Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

THOMAS GRIFFIN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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MARIE GUENTHER Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

SHIRLEY LEONBERGER HALBY Bachelor of Science General Ele mentary Buffalo

VELMA HARVEY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Cherry Creek

MURIEL HABER Bachelor of Science General Elementory Buffalo

ROBERT HABERER Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

SEVERlY MEYER HEATH Bachelor of Science General Elementary Snyder

JEAN HECK Bachelor of Science General Elementary Snyder

EDWARD HABICHT Bachelor of Science Indusfrial Arts Buffalo

NORMA HECKEL Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

LENORA HOLTON HABICHT Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

MELVIN HEEDEN Bachelor of Science Art Education Jamestown

ROBERT HABICHT Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts . Buffalo

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JOHN HILL Bachelor of Science Art Education Tonawanda

ROBERT HEICHBERGER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Colden

JEAN HIPPCHEN Bachelor of Sdence General Elementary Buffalo

BARBARA HEIMERLE Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

PHYLLIS HOFFMAN Bachelor of Science ' Art Education Buffalo

JAMES HENDERSHOT Bochelor of Science

Industrial Arts Niagara Falls

LOTIIE HOJNACKI Bachelor of Science General Elementary Derby

ARLENE HERMANN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

SHIRLEY HOLLENBECK Bachelor of Science Home Economics Lockport

JANET HERNIMAN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

CORAL STROKE HOLLWEDEL Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

fRANCIS HIGGINS Bachelor of Science Industria l Arb Tonawanda

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SHARON HURLEY Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

WILLIAM HOLMES Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Rochester

JANET HOTH Bachelor of Science Home Economics East Aurora

SEVERLY HUTH Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

WILLI AM HOUSTON Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Angola

DAWN HYLAND Bachelor of Science General Elementary Derby

CAROL HOWARD Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

FRANCES JACKSON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

MARY ANNE HOWARD Bacholor of Scionco General Elementary Buffa lo

DOROTHY JACOBS Bacholor of Science Home Economics Niagara Foils

MERILEE HOWLETT Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary! Morrisville

SANDRA JACOBS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Brooklyn

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PATRICIA JOYCE JANSEN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

eDWARD JOYCE . Bachelor of Science Ar' Education Buffalo

RODNEY JARRATT Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

ARTHUR JUDD Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

JOAN JEPSON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

CLIFFORD JUEN Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

CAROL JOHNSON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Olean

WILLIAM JULIUS Bachelor of Science , Industrial Arts Buffalo

MARGARET .JOllY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JAYNE KADEY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

EVELYN JORDAN Bachelor of.Science General Elementary Buffolo

MATTHEW KALATA Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

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ROBERTA KANEGOSKI Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

BEnY KNAPP Bachelor of Science General Elementary Tonawanda

ROBERT KAU PELIS Bachelor of Science Art Education Amsterdam

ELEANOR KN1BBS Bachelor of Sciem;:e General Elementary Buffalo

JANE KELlERHOUSE Bachelor of Science Art Education Sy.racuse

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KNICKERBOCkER Bochelor of Science" General Elementary Corning

BERNE KENT Bachelor of Science 1 Art Education Eggertsville

ARTHUR KOBUS Bochelor of Sdence General Elementary Kenmore

JEAN KINGSTON Radlcler of Science General Elementary Kenmore

DONALD KOCH Bachelor of .Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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ARTHUR KREHAN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts North Tonawanda

DOROTHY KlAIA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lancaster

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RICHARD KUBALAK Bachelor of 5cienc::e Art Education Buffalo

MARY LAWRIE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Yonkers

JOYCE KUREK Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

RUSSELL LEARY Bachelor of Science Industria l Arts Buffalo

MARJORIE LANE Bachelor of Science General Elementary North Tonawanda

ALLEN LEAVENS Bachelor of Science Industria l Arts LOGkport

DONALD LANG Bachelor of Science

CLARIBEL LEDWIN Bache lor of Science Art Education Buffalo

Industrial Arts Williamsyille

ROBERT LANG Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ROBERT LEWIS Bachelor of Science Indudrial Arts Buffalo

LOISE LARRABEE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffa lo

MICHAEL LICATA Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffa lo

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MARY McCLELLAN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Salamal\CO

BARBARA LOCKWOOD Bochelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

. JAMES McDONALD Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Indion lake

JOAN LOHR Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lackawanna

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JEAN McDONALD Bachelor of Science Home Economics Blasdell

SHERWOOD LOHREY Bochelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

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MARY McDONOUGH Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffolo

DAVID LUBell Bachelor of Science Indultrio l Arh Buffalo

JUNE McGILL Bachelor of ScIence General Elementary Buffalo

MARTHA LUNDGREN Bachelor of Science Generol Elementary Niagara Falls

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eDWARD McGREEVY Bochelor of Science Genercd Elementary Nlagcuo Fall5

PATRICIA McBRIDE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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MARY JANE MANDEL Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ASA McKINNIS Bachelor of Scienct'l General Elementary Westfleld

JOAN. McNAMEE Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffolo

FRANK MANHARDT Bachelor of Science Indu,trlal Arts Buffalo

MARY MANN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Bath

MURIEL McNEil Bochelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

FRANK MANZELLA Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Silver Creek

VIRGIL MACRO Bachelor of Science General Elemenhny BuRCllo

FLORENCE MARCOTTE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ERNEST MAICHIN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffolo

ANNE MARNON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara' Falls

AGNES MALONEY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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DOROTHY VAN PATTEN MAYER Bathelor of Science

EUGENE MARTIN Bachelor of Sc::ience General Elementary Buffalo

Art Education Schenectady

JAMES MAYER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

PAUL MARZELLO Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

LORRAINE MAZZEI Bachelor of Science General Elementory Niagara Falls

JOSEPH MATECIAN Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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MARGARET MEIER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

AUDREY MATTHEWS Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

CLARA MENDOLA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOHN MATTHEWS Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Youngstown

PHILIP MERGEL Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffa lo

fRANK MATUSZAK Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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CHARLES MONNEN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Youngstown

SAllY MERGENHAGEN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOAN MERTZLUFfT Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

PHYlliS MORAD Bachelor of Science Art Education Blasdell

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MARIE ME51AH Bachelor of Sciem;e General Elementary. Buffalo

MARY ELLEN MORRIS .Bacholor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

WALLACE MEYER Bachelor of Science

JOHN MORSE Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Lotkport

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CHRISTIAN MILITEllO Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts farnhom

MARY MU,LLENHOFf Bachelor of Science Cenerol Elementary Buffalo

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PATRICIA MURDOCK Bachelor of Science Home Economics Tonawanda

JOSEPH MILUTINOVIC Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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VIRGINIA MURE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

V. WILLARD NICHOLS Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts North Java

ROSEMARY MURTHA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ERWIN NICHOLSON Bachelor of $c;:"ience General Elementary Buffalo

JOANNE NADON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Tonawanda

MARY NOWAKOWSKA Bachelor of Science Gene ra l Elementary Buffalo

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JANICE HAUTH Bachelor of Science General Elementary New Rochelle

JANE O'DEll Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ELIZABETH NE,ILD Bachelor of Science General Element~ry Hornell

BETTY ANN OEHLER Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Buffalo

SHIRLEY NEUREUTER Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary 8uffglo

JULIA O'LEARY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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EVELYN OLIVER Bachelor of Sclence General Elementary Buffalo

WILLIAM PAGET Bachelor of Science Indudrial Arts Ebenezer

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JUNE OLSEN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Freeport

JACQUELINE PARKER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

RICHARD PARKER Bachelor of Science Indu1frial Arts Buffalo

JOANNE OSOLKOWSKI Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ANN OTTNEY Bachelor of Science Home Economics Williamsville

MILTON PATRIE Bachelor·of Science General Elementary Castleton on Hudson

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KENNETH OVERS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

LOIS PEARSON Bachelor of Science General Elemtlntary Buffalo

MARION OWEN Bachelor of Science General Elemertary Kenmore

MARY PECORARO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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EDNABEl PENFOLD Bachelor of Science Art Education Hamburg

RICHARD PITKO Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

ROSEMARIE PERITORE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

NORMA PlU NKETT Bachelor of Sdence General ,Elementary Buffalo

JEANNE PFE1FF Bachelor of Science Art Education Unadilla

RUSY POLLARD Bachelor of Science General Elementary Geneseo

EMIL PIEPER Bachelor of Science Industrial 'Arts Snyder

VINCENT PROVENZANO Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

PATRICIA PIERCE Bachelor Qf Science Home Economics lockport

PHYLLIS PRUSAK Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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MARYBEllE PILETTE Bachelor of Science Home Economics Watertown

VIOLA PRZYGOCKI Bachelor of Science Art Education Glen Coue

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MARY REID Bochelor of Science General Elementary Tonawanda

ANN PUCKHABER Bachelor of Science Ge~eral Elementary Buffalo

MARY PUOERBAUGH Bachelor of Science Home EconomiCI Cortland

SHIRLEY REMMES Bochelor of Science General Elementory Buffalo

JANE RENTSCHLER Bachelor of Science Home Economiu Buffalo

WILLIAM RAUSCH Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Kenmore

HARRY RAY Bochelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

MARGARET RESCH Bachelor ~f Science General Elementary Buffalo

lOUISE REAGAN Bachelor of &::ience General Elementary Buffalo

MARGARET RIZZO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Dunkirk

ALLAN REID, JR. Bachelor of Science General Elementary Fredonia

PHILIP RIZZO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Le Roy

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HENRY RUSSELL Bachelor of Science Indudrial Arts Buffolo

EDITH RODEN Bachelor of Science General Elementary North Tonawanda

JEAN RUTHERFORD Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

ANTIONETTE ROSATI Bachelor of Science General Elementary lockport

PAUL RYAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

DIANE ROSEBERRY Bachelor of Science General ElementtJry Eggertsville

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ANGELINE SALADINO Bachelor of Science General Elemento!"y Buffalo

MARY ROTHAUG Bachelor of Science General Elementary Eden

FRANK SARDINA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

FREDERICK ROTHMAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Saranac lcIke

fRANCES RUBENSTEIN Bachelor of ScIence General Elementary Buffa lo

ELAINE SAUNDERS Bachelor of Science

Art Education White Plain5

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ROBERT SAVARIE Bachelor of Science Industrial Arb Indion lake

ROSEMARY SCHAFFNER Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

ELMER _SCHAMBER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

PETER SAVUTO Bachelor of Science

Art Education New Rochelle

CAROLE SAXTON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lockport

NINA SCHELLER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ROBERT SCHLAGETER Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Buffalo

HELEN SCHAAL Bachelor of Science Home Economics Wilson

ANITA SCHAEfER Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Eggertsville

GEORGIA SCHMIDT Bachelor of Sci ence General Elementary Buffo 10

NORMA SCHAEfER Bachelor of Science General ElementClry Buffalo

ALVINA SCHOSEK Bochelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

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RICHARD scon Bachelor of Sden<:e Art Educction Bolivar

DOROTHY SCHULTZ Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

PAUL SCHUTRUM BQchelor of Science Industrial Arts Ebenezer

PATRletA SEITZ Bachelor of Science Home Economics Eggertsville

DOROTHY .SCHUTT Bachelor of Science Genera I Elementa ry Tonawanda

VINCENT SHAFFER Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementa ry Niagara Falls

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THOMAS SCHW 0 B Bachelor of Science General ElemenlclrY Buffalo

JANET SHEFFIELD Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOHN selOLE Bochelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

REUBEN SIMON Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

ANTHONY SCIME Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffa lo

STEPHEN SlUTA Bachelor of Sdence

Industrial Arts Niagara Falls

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AMY SLUTSKY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

KENNETH S1ACEY Bachelor of Science Industria I Arts Buffalo

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AU DREY SMITH Bachelor of Science General Elementary Angola

MILDRED 51ACHOWIAK Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

PHYLLIS STAFFORD Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

SHIRLEY SOLDWEDEL Bachelor of Science Art Education Hamburg

EDWARD SPEDDING Bachelor of Science Indu$triaJ Arts Ithaca

FRANCES 5TARKEY Bachelor of Science General Elementary North Tonawanda

LOUIS SPELICH Bachelor of Science Art Education Lackawanna

DOLO RES STASZAK Bachelor of.Sciente Home Economics Buffalo

TENER STEELE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

GWYNETH SPllSBURY Bachelor of Science General Elementary West Seneca

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GEORGE STIEGLER Bachelor of Science Ind ustTi a I Arts Buffalo

MARY STUR~IOLO Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffolo

IRIS STOREY Bachelor of Science General "Elementary North Tonawanda

MARGARET SULLIVAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary .!-ockport

GLADYS STRASBURG Bachelor of Science General Elementary Niagara Falls

JOHN SWAN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Broodolbin

caNSTANCE STRESSINC Bachelor of Science Art Education Buffalo

NANCY SWEET Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

JOAN SZCZUKOWSKI Bachelor of Science Generol Elementary Lancaster

EARL STRESSING Boch~lor of Science Art Education Buffalo

HAROLD STROMBERG Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

FRANCIS SZUMIGAlA Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

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ANNA MARIE TARANTINO Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

VERA THURSTON Bachelor of Science Home Economics Frankfort

TRUMAN H. TEED Bachelor of Science Art Education Sherborne

CHESTER 'TOMCZAK Bachelor of Science Industria I Arts Buffolo

NINA SHELLER THIBODEAU

ELIZABETH TOWERS Bachelor of Science Home Economics Peekskill

Bachelor of Science General Elementary BufFQlo

DOROTHY THOMAS Bachelor of Selem;;e Home Economiu Buffolo

JOYCE TRIMMINGHAM Bachelor of Science Art Education Brauchport

RICHARD THOMSON Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Tonawanda

GEORGE TUFILLARO Bachelor of Science Industria l Arts BufFolo

MARIAN THORNELL Bachelor of Science Home Economics Batavia

DAVID TURC.OTT Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

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CAROLYN TURNER Bachelor of Science General Elementary Whit. Plains

PRISCILLA YANT Bachelor of ScIence Art Education Fulton

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HARRY TYRELL Bache lor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

VAN VOORST Bachelor of Science General Elementary Ontario

ROBERT ULRI<;H Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Hamburg

HARRIET VOGELSANG Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

MARCIA ANN URBAN Bache lor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

BETTY WAHL Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

MARY VAN DUREN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Ransomville

ROBERT.A WALTER Bachelor of Science Home Economics East Homer

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WILFRED WALTER Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Holley

PHYLLIS VAN STONE Bachelor of Science General Elementary Albion

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MARGARET WIEDEMAN Bachelor of Science General Elemenfary Buffalo

MARY WARREN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

JOHN J, WILLIAMS Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

ROSE WARREN Bachelor ·of Science General Elementary

ROY W ILLIG Bachelor of Science Induslriol Am Snyder

WILLIAM WEBER Bachelor of Science Industria I Arts WilliamS'Iille

MARY ELLEN WILSON Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

RAY WEIGAND Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Buffalo

GEORGE WINSOR Bachelor of Sdence Genera l Elementary Buffalo

JOHN ·WEKERLE Bachelor of Science Industrial Arh Buffalo

ELIZABETH

WINTERHALTER Bachelor of Sc;;ience Home Economics Belmont

AUDREY WHITWELL Bachelor of Science Genera l Elementary Lockport

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ROBERT YOUNG Bachelor of Science Art Education Springfleld Center

MARY JANE

WIPPERMAN Bachelor of Science Home Economics Buffalo

IRENE ZEKANY Bachelor of Science General Elementary Lackawanna

STEVEN MARK WITTER Bachelor of Science Industrial Arts Kenmore

JANICE WOODARD Bache lor of Science Home Economics Endicott

ADDITIONAL GRADUATES

All Graduates Receive Bachelor of Science Degrees

General Elementary JUNE COURTNEY GEORGE KLING HARRISON LEAKE ALAN McCARTHY HERBERT STRUBING

Kenmore

Buffalo

huntington Tonawanda

Dunkirk

ROBERT WEISS

Valley Stream

Art Education ROBERT HOLLIDAY

Buffalo Salem

MILLICENT MONTGOMERY

Home Economics SHIRLEY TOTHlll Industrial Art. THOMAS FARLEY MURRAY FRADKIN STANLEy fREEMAN RICHARD FROESE

ROSEMARY WRENN Bachelor of Science General Elementary Buffalo

Youngstown

Kenmore

New York

Bronx

Chester Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo

JOHN IRR

ALFRED LJUNGBERG

ARTHUR YOUNG Bachelor of Science Art Education Pe ekskill

RUSSELL PETER EDWIN RAPKE

Rome Cuba

WAYNE RASMUSSEN FREDERICH REINHARDT

Chaffee Buffalo

DONALD RONALO RALPH RORARIUS

Cheektowaga

RALPH YOUNG Bachelor of Science

Industrial Arts Williamsville

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Organizations

Seated on Floor-Audrey Matthews, Mary Jane Jenkins, Marion Owen, Julia O'Leary, Kathleen Marmion, Caro– lyn Larter, Phyllis Stafford, Sally Becker; Seated-SoUy Nichols. Rosemary Schaffner, Patricia Sansone, Conrad Schuck, advisor; Marjorie Eyring, vice-president; Betty Bryant. president; Dean Horn, advisor; Dianne Lebrenz, Jean Waterstrat, Mary Harrington; Sta nding-Tomas Sepi, Robert Haberer, John Hill, James Mayer, Robert Lewis. Robert Ouderkirk, Lyle Cameron, Herbert Koenig, James Campbell, Louis Sgroi;Charies Gunetta.

First Row-Pat Foley, treasurer; Joan Bamburg, secretary; John Sciortino, president; Bruce Carter, vice president; Second Row-Vera Weinfurtner, Eleanor Knickerbocker, Audrey Whitwell, Jane Jenkins; Third Row-James Bollard, Richord la llmang, Ruth Houston, advisor; Robert Goehle, flnancia l secretory; June Bosworth, advisor; John Covert, John Wilkinson.

Athletic Council

Student Council

The Athletic Cauncil is a necessary and respected authority on campus. It oversees the extra-curricular athletic activities. The admission to games played, either on campus or at the 174th Armory, and meets swum at the college pool or in the Buffalo Athletic Club tank is but one of their many respansibilities. A few years ago, especially during the war years, the sports schedule at State was indeed meager. Not so today! The high percentage of student participation in sports is made possible by the governing acumen of the newly organized council. Their major goal is a genera l movement toward a more complete competitive athletic program, high standards of sportsmanship, and an increase of support for intramural events.

The Student Council was organized in 1937 by the Senior Class for the purpose of incorporating the ideals and principles of American Democracy in our own college community. This is accomplished in open meetings; repre– sentatives of each class and department make recommendations concern– ing matters of vital interest to the student body, thus serving as the medium for the organization and expression of student opinion. In addition to its reg– ular activities, the Council annually sponsors the Community Chest Drive. The Council is assisted in its endeavors by the faculty representative, Mr. Shuck, and faculty advisor, Dean Horn.

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First Row-Polly Conwicke, Virginia lamphier, Ruth Murphy, Adah Rittman, Ann Culver; Second Row-Joyce Harbeck, Ann Hargrove, Behy Sleeper, Joan Conrad, Norma Au– woater, Eleanor Knickerbocker, Barbaro Wright, Clarine Mancuso; Third Row-Barbara Miller, Mary Ann Klem, Shirley Slattery, Gertrude Fink, Ann Engler, Coral Bevins, Marilyn Breggren, Judy Steinber:g, Mary Chase, Elizabeth Esposito.

Dormitory Coun(il

Fint 1low-Jean Rauscher, Marjorie Head, Betsy Sleeper, June Webb, loui~ Shubert, Winnifred Besecker; Second Row-Marie Tranko, louise Gvnsolvs, Bach-ice Nevdeck, Joan Panko, June Keusel, lucille Swieczhowki, AdQh Rittman, Grace fox.

Residen(e Centers' Coundl

The Dormitory Council was established this year on comple– tion of the new Student Union and women's residence. On the agenda for the present college year is a continuous campaign designed to acquaint each girl with the other out-of-town students living in the beautiful and spacious dormitory. The girls who had previously occupied Pioneer Hall appreciate all of the conveniences offered in their new sleeping quarters. The large rooms in cheerful color schemes with large windows have individual desks for each girl. The Council makes fair regulations concernin\! the neatness of rooms and lounges, quiet study hours, curfews, and other important issues vita l to a successfully operated dormitory.

First Row-frances Witter, president; Dean Reed; Second Row-Ruth Von Duson, vice president; Frances Smith, s~cretary.

Representatives from each of the various residence centers– student help, relatives, co-op hauses, and the dormitory– make up the membership of this important organization. Monthly meetings are arranged t6 coordinate the activities and rules governing the lives of these students residing on and off the campus. Residence Council plans social gatherings which serve to acquaint girls from out of. town with each other and with college life in general. Some of the problems pertinent to these o.ut-of-town women are curfew hours, care of their rooms, and an effective method of enforcing rules of quiet during study hours. The Council plays an important role in making these girls feel at home in Buffalo and at Buffalo State. 103

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The symbol of success and recognized achievement at State is a pin in the shape of a Greek Letter A. It signifies member– ship in Alpha Honor Society. The .selection of those juniors and seniors who have proven themselves outstanding in leadership and service in extra-curricular activities is made known at one of the most impressive of all special assembly programs at State-Alpha Tapping. Alpha promotes lead– ership and high standards of cooperation in activities through sponsorship of many traditions on campus. Among these traditions· sponsored by Alpha are Organization Day, which introduces freshmen to endless possibilities of college activities; Holly Hanging, full of the holiday spirit of gay rivalry; and never-to-be-forgotten Interclass Sing. This organization, founded in 1932 at Buffalo State, encourages well directed, extra-curricular activities. It has worked ear– nestly to accomplish its aims through extending impartial cooperation and advice. The members endeavor to promote high standards in existing organizations by recognizing true student leadership.

Left to Right-Morion Owen, Thomas Schwab, Betty Bryant, Patricia Joyce Jansen, Joan Flavin ,. Louis Spelich, Harry Roy.

Seated-Julia O'Leary, Charlotte Brothers, Rosemary Schaffner, Jean McDonald; Standing- Milton Patrie, George Winsor, Richard Kubalok.

Memorable Topping Ceremony

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