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WE ARE.

POLICE
DEPT.
CITY OF
DANBURY .

We came . ..

. .. to a spot
within a spot
... to a place locked in time.

A new group leaves the skinner box . . .
just as it was when they came to it.

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Will the time come soon when there are no books
enacted for and through us. When learning becomes

but words on a screen

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Education is your
tool to change.
Use it ...
dare to challenge.
Refuse to accept that which is
for the sake of it remaining.
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the search for faith
becomes the need for sympathy.
so we search for the
meaning of the question.
answers written in the sand
that blow away
with an instant of thought.

The time has come, the Walrus said,
to talk of many things
of
shoes
and
ships
and
sealing
wax -

of

Kings -

Why the sea is boiling hot
and whether pigs have wings .
Lewis Carroll

Let us share our anxieties together . . . discuss between us, tell others too . . .

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What sort of men we can't be any longer. What kind of men we now desire to be.
Ravi Shankar
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R eserves

barricades

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the old
tightening chains
about our skulls.

this is my life Caesar

i think it's good to live

I wonder how the lovers feel
·when passions mix with promises
of perfuined touches . ,.. stay that way forever

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For love can make a night seem like forever
And love can .a/so tell you when it :v over
For love is as _ji-ivolous as
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W esconn conjerenc
~sconn President Dr. Ruth Haas,
1ter, makes a point with Gov. Thomas·
Meskill yesterday during meeting on
lege expansion. Others attending the
efing were Sen. Romeo G. Petroni,
1ted left, House Speaker William R.

Dr. Ruth Haas

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Ratchford,
Francis J. Coll
and Arnold
director of
planning depar

M. J. Rudner

Gilbert Teal

Mrs. Carroll

Gertrude Braun

Harold Burke

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Merrill Walrath

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Wesconn

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love is always
there to see
make love,
take love
but you
should give
love,
and try
to live
love
come on that's where you
should be.
harrison

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"isn't life beautiful
isn't life gay
isn't life the perfect thing
to pass the time away"
mason williams

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"The streets of our
country are in turmoil.
The Universities are filled with
students rebelling and rioting.
Communists are seeking
to destroy our country.
Russia is threatening us
with her might.
And the republic is in danger.
Yes - danger
from within and without.
We need law and order!
. . . Without law and order
our nation can not
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survive . . .

Adolph Hitler - 1932

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Wesco1in pickets
BI ack students picket Western Connecticut State
College's administration building this morning after the
college rejected some of their demands yesterday.

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Fall Week end

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Phone 744-5100

esconn.

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Governor's order
halts projects
Th comp! lion of th renovation of
th former high chool building. al o
will be . topp d.
The value of the
construction
project. wa
timated b · Raymond
Trimp rt . college pok man. at
.. veral hundred thou and dollar ."

Governor John Demp ey, in
announcing th fr ze ye terda , said
he agre d to ~o along with hi
R publican ucce or. Gov .-elect,
ontinu d on Page

Duffey: Campaign
James R. Cross
UPI

diploma James Cross

co t far too much
appreciate

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isn't it a pity, isn't it a shame
how we break each other's heart,
and cause each other pain
How we take each other's love
without thinking any more
Forgetting to give back
isn't it a pity
george harrison

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Aquinas

Modern
Dance Club

Women's
Athletic
Association

Conatus

SEAC
67

Afro-American Club

68

Dramatons

69

Nursing Association

Echo

Interdorm

Board
Of
Governors
English
Society

Sigma
Chi
Delta
71

Litchfield Hall Association

Newbury Dorm Association

Kappa Delta Phi
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Beaver Brook Dorm Association

Fairfield Dorm Association

WSCT

Psychology
Club

Jewish Students Organization

History Society

75

Football

Coach: Nick Cutulle

Curry romps, 55~ 7

Wesconn makes inau

By MARK AZZARA JR.
Sports Editor
Saturday was both a day to
remember and a day to forget for
Western Connecticut State's football
team.
The players always will remember
that they were the first men ever to
play varsity football at Wesconn and

that Saturday the school played its first
varsity game.
Wesconn's gridders also will find it
equally difficult to forget what
happened that afternoon under a
blazing hot sun and before some 1,900
people at Osborne Street Field.
Wesconn came out on the very short
end of a 55-7 decision which also

involved Curr
Mass.
"We're lea1
Wesconn head
would say after
"We made so
has a really toui
Cutulle said.
Curry got son
weather. Thew
Wesconn griddE
some were not
game.
Wesconn's dn
come down arc
second quarter.
Wesconn allowe
a 31-yard pa
quarterback N
Keough with 2:
kick was no goo,
Curry coach
team had a hare
the first quar ·
mistakes out tt
things straighte
The 'mistake
to wide-open
dropped .

Sweeping out

News-Times-Brooks

Western Connecticut State quarterback Ken Nolan rolls
around right end for yardage as halfback Sal Pandolfi
(20) provides some interference. Curry rolled to a 55-7
victory at Osborne Street Field Saturday.

The dream o
nightmare in tt
first piay of
connected with
69-yard touchdc
Wesconn's e1
when Bob Com
With 10:40 rem
over from t
offensive mach

Immaculate thrashes E
BRIDGEPORT - It was midway
through the third quarter but already
the Immaculate High football players
were yelling in unison, "Fourth
quarter, fourth quarter."
Mustang head coach Don Wilkes had
drilled his team well. Last week the
Mustangs blew a lead and lost in the
final period to St. Mary's. 27-8 and they

were bound and determined not to let it
happen again.
It didn't. The Immaculate High
gridders held up for the full 48 minutes
and walked off the field with a 29-20
victory over Kolbe in Western
Connecticut Conference Southern
Division play here Saturday.
"We were tough on the kids in drills

this week and some peop
misinterpreted it," said Wilkes af1
the game. "They thought we WE
making them pay for the St. Mar;
game.
"We knew the team had more in
than was shown in St. Mary's. We h
to get it out of them. That's why
worked them hard.

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NEWS-TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1970

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ICIOUS

f oothall debut

Cutulle knew from scouting reports
that Carraba would try to beat
Wesconn with his passing . But
Carraba's passing didn't click in the
first quarter and so Curry went to work
against Wesconn's strong point, the
rushing defense.

ge of Milton,
is about all

Nick Cutulle

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kes but Curry
football team,"

Most of Curry's yardage came on
lorig pass plays. Carraba completed
only three in the first half - these two
scoring strikes plus another 31-yard TD
pass to Tom Bannister.

help from the
at forced many
e sidelines and
back into the

Wesconn's only score came in the
third period, after Curry had built up a
33-0 lead .

an upset did not
ears until the
opening period.
ne touchdown.
m freshman
rraba to 'John
The conversion

Crowther received a high snap from
center on a punt try and had his kick
blocked by a wave of white-jerseyed
Wesconn players. Bill Matulewicz
became Wesconn ' s first varsity
football scorer when he fell on the loose
ball in the end zone. Regis Christos
added the extra point.

Keown said his
tting started in
e made some
we finally got

The Indians will have nearly two
weeks to heal their wounds and
practice the lessons they learned
against Curry. Wesconn's next game is
Friday, Oct. 9 against the Southern
Connecticut State freshmen in New
Haven.

ded two passes
s which were
nn turned into a
d period. On the
arter. Carraba
f Crowther on a

The 1,900 fans not only were treated
to hot weather but the noticeable
absence of the college cheerleaders.
They were supposed to show up but Dr.
Alice Donnelly, head of Wesconn's
physical education department, report- .
edly ordered the girls not to report,
saying they diJn't have enough time to
practice.

rive was halted
ercepted a pass.
aul King bulled
and Curry's
rolling again.

Curry
Western Conn. State

6 27 15 7-55
0 0 7 0- 7

Scoring:
C-Keough JI-yard pass from Carraba (kick
failed) .
c-crowther 69-yard pass from carraba (kick
blocked).
C-King !-yard run ( Bannister, pass from
Crowther) .
C-Keough 22-yard run (King kick).
C-Bannister JI-yard pass from Carraba (kick
failed).
W-Matulewicz recovered blocked put in end zone
(Christos kick).
C-Giangregorio 73-yard pass from carraba
(King kick) .
C-Soep 49-yard return of interception (King pass
from Ahearn).
C-Ahearn I-yard run ( King kick) .
Statistics

Curry

Wesconn

Net Rushing

295

Net Passing

233

77

Tota, Offense

528

143

First Downs

14

Passes Attempted

IS
9

Passes Completed

66

14
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Passes Had Intercepted

3

Fumbles Lost

3

Yards Penalized

72

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76ers down Hamden
130-81 in exhibition
HAMDEN (AP) - The Philadelphia
76ers of the National Basketball
Association overpowered their Eastern
Basketball League affiliate, the
Hamden Bies, 130-81 in an exhibition
game Saturday night.
The teams were tied 8-8 at 7:58 into
the first period, but after that
Philadelphia took the lead and never
relinquished it.
Philadelphia forward Bud Ogden was
high scorer with 18 points.



zn division opener
"Before this week they didn't really
ow what it was like to play a fourth
arter and have to reach back and
me up with that something extra .
ow they do."

From that point on, Immaculate
dominated the game. Stan Palmer had
one of ?is best-ever days passing,
compl~ting 13 of 21 for 208 yards ,
according to unofficial statistics.

The Mustangs got on the scoreboard
ickly, scoring with seven minutes left
the first period on a five-yard run up
e middle by senior fullback Mike

Palmer drove Immaculate to a
second period score, hitting Dave
Ferretti with a five-yard scoring pass
with 8: 11 left in the second period .
Gerry Sullivan scored two _points .on

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stalled a Kolbe second period drive, and
then recovered a fumble on fourth down
to give Immaculate the ball and start
the Mustangs en route to their second
TD score.
He made several great one-man
tackles, and twice stopped halfback
Chuck Cooper on key downs .
Hachenberg even intercepted two
passes and returned a kickoff for good

Coach: Del Kinney

Varsity Golf

Baseball

Coach: Al Thomas

Basketball

Coach: Bill Williams

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Sheila Kelly

Chris Griffith

100

Joyce Noah

Ellamae Baldelli

Paula Blake

Mona Meyer

Robert W. Beach

Michelle R. Hoey

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Doris Rimmler

103

Joseph Matranga

Vicki Cottignoli

Rob Marsico

104

Susan Ann Tucker

Jean L. Rosekrans

Nancy Marie Warner

105

Cathie Stewart
John Wayne Conner

Catherine Gabelman

Peggy
McEnerney

106

Joyce
Marilyn
Overwise

Lois Nancy Crisman

107

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William J. Boczkowski

Celia Carol Schulsinger
108

Mary Bercume

Richard Anderson Jr.

Elly Triegel
109

Judith Elaine

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Su an Mary Curry

Kathleen Wal h

110

Marilyn Scarnuley

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:hris Hill
111

Paul
Hudimatch

Peggy
Smart

Death is life's second coming

JAMES GARAVEL

Ma ry E ll en Munch

Marie P. G ree n

Gregory H . T aylor

Claire Louise
Bergin

John Thomas Chuvala

Eileen Schultz

Patricia Gagnon

Arlene
Spizzirri

Bernice Jackowski

Linda
Paterna

Ann DuMortier

Elias Nwankwo

Francis
Curran

Eileen Pulver

119

Harris Daigle

120

Dayle Ann Wiedenheft

Suzanne E. Barish

Loretta Cappola

LuLu
Anderson

Carolyn
Hibbard

Samuel Perry

Joyce Clark

Beverly A. Larson
123

William Edward Geel

Lavonne Crawford

124

Alfred Tomaselli

John Bachetti, Jr.

125

Jeanne Devin

John Pilner

126

Thomas Valluzzo

Cornelius Ivers

Floyd Bernstein

127

Sheila Horvath

Andrew Ostapenko

Richard Cassar
128

Mrs. Joanne P. Held

Marc. G. Reynolds

Chris Parker

Penny Anne Dawson

Pamela Jane Dahncke
130

Christine Latham

James F. Stuart

Carolyn Cook
131

Randy Potter

Kathleen Ann Turley

Erick S. Manoni

Rudolph F. Hetzel

Enrica Sexton
132

Ronald Arbitelle

Roberta Corbin

Joanne Carlton

Lenore Berson
133

Sally D. Hyatt

Jacqueline
Prescott

Lydia Jean Rogers

Na ncy J. Walberg
134

Carol Ann O'Neill

Leah Turner

Karen J. Schunk

Thelma' 8. Waidelich
Elizabeth 8 . Coffey

Betty
Weaver

Cathy Pannone

David Arenz

136

Joan Ann Clark

Melinda Bloom

JoAnne Joyce Johnson
Richard N. Erickson

137

Kathleen Natalie

Bruce Fenn

Elaine Papontos
138

Maureen Kenny

Susan M. Wiston
139

Joann Johnston

Emily A.
Mangiapane

Ann E. Gardner

David Petro Roy

R . L. Pease

Mary Beth Lengyel
141

Anna Christine Carter

Sonia Rotko

Fred Mohr

Sally Allen

Irene Simoes

Martha F . Lachowska

Pauline McBride

143

Marcia L. Forssell

John Richard Fusek

Joanne
Pereira

144

Donald A. La Voie

Georgann Sk.igen

Ruthann Padham

145

Gail Waters Green

Nanette Laurion Fournier

Richard James Hunt

Diane E. Kaufmann
146

Harry Bates

Toni Guiseppe

Rocco Orso

Ann M. Centonze
147

Susan Moccia

Nancy Lanzi Ila

148

Anne Marie Geremia

Dorothy McNeil Unger

Donna
Mary
Brunetti

Karolee
Poitras

William N. Bellion

Sharon
DeJoseph

Dianne Camp
150

Bruce R. Foley

Valerie Hager

151

Irene Sponder

Ray
Shu penis

Jeanne Treadwell

Joan Schlich

152

Pat
Johnson

Nora McElhone

Jean
Howley

Mary Staugaitis

Peter R. Serniak

Madeline Lenz
154

Marie
Krisko

Christine
Biase

Maxine
Herbert

Martin C.
DeMarte

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155

Lorna Barna

Karen and Don Wilcox

Elizabeth
Barrell

Loi
Crucitti

Walter
Shmak

Shirley
Barchi

Marlene
Harri

Kate
Grana

Kurt Beck

Shirley
Lam backer

Paul Healy and Jackie Weigl

Kathleen Bresmon
Florence Price

Cynthia M. Apicella

Chris Peplau

Cheryl
Ann
Piascik

Nancy L.
Kimble

Patricia Coniglio Borges

John Michael Russell

Kenneth
Hunt

Gail
Bergen

Susan Leslie Paine

Mrs. Nada Adler

Patricia Tulacro

Dorothy McKee

Marie Milano

Judith Macnow

Jeanne Straniti
163

Irene Krisciunas
Jane Mannion

Cathy Ann Kudes

Francis Shea

Deborah K. Reid

165

Ruth Mackie

Joan
Crosley

Geraldine Caruso

Suzanne Doris Schneider
166

Barbara Berry

To A
Certain Section
of Our
Population
it is ordered now that you push your
beliefs up out of the filth high enough
for the inchworms to get their measure
. . . kenneth patchen

167

Sue
Hardt

Judith
Alley
Gorden

Joseph E. Cater III

James P. Richardson

168

Ronald
Campanaro

Linda Gargan

Dee Birmingham

169

Mary Guertin

Maren Lewis

Nancy Daborowski Poio

George L.
Rohrs

James
MacDonald

Paulette Pepin

Leil a
Ginsberg

Sharon Sumliner

Stephen
MacDonald

172

Ka thy
Stingone

To m Sharkis

Mark Kaiserman
173

Cynthia
Ann
Fowler

James
Parcells

Edward R.
Paige

Rona Rosen

174

Carolyn Ross

Donna Grimaldi

Janice Marie Harper

175

John Monarchi

Betty Armstrong

Carol Tessier

Louise Ward

Jeri Hoffmann

Paul Paquette

Dennis Donohue

177

Charles and Judy Baranowski

Wendy Lauren Brown

Gary Michael Bachyrycz

George D. W. Ferris

178

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Pamela Zanetto

John
Bird

179

Patricia O'Neill

Patricia Lopes

Patricia Jugler

Kathleen Day

Diana Anderson

Michael Salvio

Maryann
De Vito

Sandy
Mancuso

182

Jeanne
Tekin

Patricia Barkman

Lorraine
Ricker

183

Barbara Deardorff

Debbie
Grassini

184

Donna
Marie
DeFilippo

George T.
Slowikowski

Linda J. Polubinski

Anne Conlon
185

Teacher
The quest to reach comes in the form
of a touch or a feeling in the hand.

To be able to walk in the playground at lunch, and
hear voices of fun and laughter.

To be able to strive for something you think
is right.

To be able to hear oceans of sound that you have built
from tiny streams that once started with the opening day
of school.

To want to be able to say to children something
that will make them laugh, and get a smi le in return.

To be able to taste a learning experience that you have
established and to know that it works.

To be able to see children growing up with new ideas,
and trying to think like them.

To be able to taste the freshness that children bring
to you with each day.

To be able to see that yo u have infl uenced a form
of growth.

To be able to smell a feeling of satisfaction wh ich a
child can give to you, and be able to turn around and
say one word . . . thanks for a beautiful experience.

To watch happiness and be able to hold hope in the
gra p of your hand.

Raymond Musalo

Kris Flisher and Bill Geddes

Karen Kozak

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Raymond M. Musalo

Freida Johnson

Barbara
Tobin

Diane Weldon

Jane Zaleta

Rosemary D ornco
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Cheryl
Bevvino

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When the white eagle of the North is flying overhead
The browns, reds and golds of autumn lie in gutter, dead.
Remember then, that summer birds with wings of fire flaying
Came to witness springs new hope, born of leaves decaying.
Just as new life will come from death, love will come at leisure.
Love of love, love of life and giving without measure
Gives in return a wondrous yearn of a promise almost seen.
Live hand-in-hand and together we'll stand on the threshold of a
dream.

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NADA ADLER
23 Fairview Dr.
Danbu ry, Co nn.
B.S. El.Ed.
LULU ANDERSON
Hanove r Rd.
Newtown , Conn.
B.A. Sp&Theatre
RI CHARD ANDERSON JR.
7 Joeman Rd.
S. Norwalk, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.
CYNTHIA APICELLA
8 Newsport Dr.
Wa terbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
REGINA AQUJSTAPACE
46 Morgan Ave .
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed . Math.
RONALD ARBITELLE
7 Belmont Circle
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed .
DAVID ARENZ
East St
Litchfield, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. E.S.
ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG
12 Carillon Rd.
Brewster, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed .
GEORGIA ASMAR
85 Garfield Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Psych .
MRS. DARYL AUST!
Wago nwheel Ct.
Oakville, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
GARY MICHAEL BACHYRYCZ
28 Pembroke Rd .
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Hist.
ELLAMAE BALDELLI
9 Greenview Rd.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
CHARLES BARANOWSKI
268 Main St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S . Sec.Ed . S.S .

190

JUDY BARANOWSKI
268 Main St.
Dan bury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

CHERYL A. BEVVIN O
8 Hawk.ins Rd.
Ansonia, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

GERALDINE EVELYN CAR USO
27 Knollwood Dr.
Branford , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

LOIS NANCY CRISMAN
2 Felton St.
New Bedford , Mass.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.

SHIRLEY BARCHI
Old Hawleyville Rd .
Bethel , Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed . Eng.

JOHN BIRD
29-06 21 Ave.
Astoria, N.Y.
B.A. Hist.

RICHARD CASSAR
Merwin Brook Rd .
Brookfield Ctr. , Conn.
B.A. Eng.

KAREN CRONAN
49 Forest Lane
Wolcott, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

SUZANNE ELLEN BARISH
5 Caddy Rd.
Norwalk, Conn.
B.A. Bio.

DEE BIRMINGHAM
93 Edin Ave.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

ANN MARIE CENTONZE
216 West Broad St.
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOAN CROSLEY
23 Freestone, Ave.
Portland , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MRS . PATRICIA BARKMAN
High Rock Rd.
Sandy Hook, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

PAULA BLAKE
403 Willard Ave.
Newington , Conn.
B.S . Sec.Ed . Hist.

JOHN THOMAS CHUVALA
6 Meadow St.
Danbu ry, Conn.
B.A. Phys.

LOIS CRUCITTI
2528 East Main St.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

ELIZABETH A. BARRETT
15 Eastview Ave.
Brewster, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

MELINDA BLOOM
1035 Valley Rd .
New Canaan, Conn.
B.S. fl.Ed.

JOAN ANN CLARK
32 Smith St.
Pawcatuck, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

FRANCIS X. CURRAN
110 C lapboard Ridge Rd .
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Bio.

HARRY E. BA TES
Rt. 6
Bethel, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Math.

PATRICIA CONIGLIO BORGES
476 North Main St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOAN MARIE CLARK
15 Crescent St.
Meriden, Conn.
B.A. French

SUSAN MARY CURRY
396 Toilsome Hill Rd .
Fairfield, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.

ROBERT BEACH
122 Soundview Ave.
Ridgefield, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed ..

KA TH LEEN H . BRESMON
6 Sherwood Dr.
New Milford , Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. S.S.

JOYCE Z. CLARK
11 North Ave.
Westport, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

MRS. PAMELA DAHNCKE
35 Smith St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S . El.Ed.

DOROTHY BEARDSLEY
17 Hoyt St
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

WENDY BROWN
356 Edgewood Ave.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

BETH L. COELHO
470 Danbury Rd.
New Milford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MRS . MARILYN DAUL
Mexico Lane
Mahopac, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

ROLAND BEAULIEU
64 Wade St.
Bridgeport, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

DONNA MARY BRUNETTI
55 Sheridan St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

ELIZABETH B. COFFEY
Ridgecrest Dr.
Ridgefield , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

PENELOPE A. DAWSON
43 Grassy Plain St.
Bethel, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

WILLIAM N. BELLION
Candlewood Lake Rd.
New Milford, Conn.
B.S . Sec.Ed. French

DIANNE MARIE CAMP
Camps Flat Rd.
S. Kent, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

ANNE E. CONLON
12 Meadowbrook Rd.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Music

KATHLEEN DAY
27 Austin St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MARY BERCUME
191 Grumman Ave.
Norwalk, Conn.
B.S . El.Ed.

RONALD CAMPANARO
900 Bernard Rd .
Peekskill, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOHN WAYNE CONNER
8 Hillcrest Dr.
Wolcott, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.

DONNA MARIE DE FILIPPO
24 Schoolhouse Dr.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. S.S.

GAIL BERGEN
402 Old Tavern Rd.
Orange, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

PATRICIA A. CAREY
28 Colony St.
Derby, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

CAROLYN COOK
RFD 2, Box 104
S. Salem, N .Y.
B.A. E.S.Chem.

SHARON DE JOSEPH
43 ½ Morris St.
Da nbury, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

BARBARA L. BERRY
18 Maple Ave.
Seacliff, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOANNE CARLTON
46 White St
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

ROBERTA CORBIN
12 Briarwood Dr.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JEANNE DEVIN
43 Sharren Lane
Enfield, Conn.
B.A. Psych.

LENORE BERSON
54 Bretton Rd .
W. Hartford, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

NANCY CARRANO
188 Crestview Dr.
Bridgeport, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

VICKI COTTIGNOLI
15 Warman Ave.
Cranston, R. I.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.

KATHLEEN M. DEVINE
33 Osborne St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. 'El.Ed.

191

MARY ANN DE VITO
32 Square Acre Dr.
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MRS. CATHERINE GABELMAN
46 Crest Rd .
Ridgefield, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JANICE M. HARPER
18 Cedar Lane
Oxford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

DICK KANSKY
8 Laurie Rd.
Peekskill, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

JAMES DI GIACOMO
5 Stevens St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Math.

PAT GAGNON
349 Gravel St.
Meriden, Conn.
B.A. Math.

MRS. MARLENE C. HARRIS
Tamarack Apts. # 8
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

DIANE E. KAUFMAN
8 Valley Stream Dr.
Da nbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

DENNIS DONOHUE
335 Montross Ave.
Peeksille, N.Y.
B.S. Sec.Ed. S.S.

DIANNE GANDY
RFD I
Thomaston, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

PAUL C. HEALY
142 Charles St.
Bridgeport, Conn.
B.A. Hist.

MAUREEN KENNY
379 Brooklawn Ave.
Fairfield, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

ROSEMARY CAROLE
DORRICO
221 Old Stamford Rd.
New Canaan, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

LINDA MARIE GARGAN
15 Keswick Dr.
E. Islip, L.l. , N .Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

MAXINE M. HERBERT
Fox Ruh Lane S.
Newtown, Conn.
B.A. Psych.

NANCY L. KIMBLE
28 Irving St.
Plainville, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

BARBARA GARRICK
39 Harned Pl.
Trumbull, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MAJ. RUDOLPH HETZEL
23 Russeling Rigge Rd.
New Milford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

KAREN ANN KOZAK
37 Valerie Lane
Danbury, Conn.
B.B. El.Ed.

WILLIAM GEDDES
417 Oaklawn Ave.
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

MRS. CAROLYN HIBBARD
Church St.
Roxbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

IRENE KRISCIUNAS
11 Casper St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

LEILA J. GINSBERG
114 Long Hill Rd.
Wallingford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MICHELLE R. HOEY
7 Mar-Kan Dr.
Northport, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

CATHY ANN KUDES
29 Terrace Pl. Ext.
New Milford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JUDITH ANNE GORDEN
57 Onieda Ave.
Croton, N .Y.
B.S. Music Ed.

SHEILA I. HORVATH
14 Ward St.
Norwalk, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

KAREN LOUISE KWOCHKA
52 Roosevelt Dr.
Ansonia, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

SALLY D. HYATT
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Sp&Theatre

MARTHA F. LACHOWSKA
28 Winter St.
Ansonia, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

JOANE. IAMELE
406 Taulman Rd.
Orange, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

NANCY LANZILLA
43-4 Stonefield Dr.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

CORNELIUS J. IVERS
II Suzio Dr.
Meriden, Conn.
B.A. S.S.

BEYERL Y LARSON
384 Ellis St.
New Britain, Conn.
B.S. Nurskng

MARY M. GUERTIN
IOI Cottage St.
Meriden, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

BERNICE JACKOWSKI
258 Funston Ave.
Bridgeport, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

DONALD A. LA VOIE
2 Willow Lane
New Mil.ford, Conn.
B.A. S.S .

TONI ANN GUISEPPE
2 Marshall Pl.
Ossining, N.Y.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.

JO ANN JOYCE JOHNSON
50 Lanesville Rd .
New Milford, Conn.
B.A. Math.

MAR'( BETH LENGYEL
78 Laurel St.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

VALERIE HAGER
Bridgewater
Conn.
B.A. Psych.

MARK KAISERMAN
23 Sulky Dr.
Brookfield, Conn.
B.A. Phys.

MADELINE LENZ
5 Duncanson St.
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JAMES EDMUND DYER
61 Davis St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Hist.
MILDRED DZUBAK
Aunt Hack Rd.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
RICHARD N . ERICKSON
8 Hospital Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.
GEORGE D. W. FERRIS II
20 Housman St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Math.
KRISTINE FLISHER
Jerico Rd .
Middl~bury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
BRICE R. FOLEY
4 Bella Rd., CD #3
Carmel, N .Y.
B.S. El.Ed.
MARCIA L. FORSSELL
163-08 20 Rd .
Whitestone, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.
NANETTE LAURION
FOURNIER
186 White St.
Danbury, Conn.
A.S.
CYNTHIA ANN FOWLER
100 Wedgewood Dr.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.
JOHN RICHARD FUSEK
20 Highland Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Math.

KATE GRANA
6 Fairview Ave.
Wallingford, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.

6 Circle Dr. E.

JOAN D . GRIFFIN
10 Wolfe Ave.
Beacon Falls, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
DONNA GRIMALDI
• 78 Beacon St.
Norwalk, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

192

MAREN LEWIS
Miller Rd .
Bethany, Conn.
B.S . El.Ed.

STEPHE F. Ma cDONALD
34 Heard Dr.
Ipswich, Mass.
B.S. Sec.Ed . Eng.

SANDY MANCUSO
I Terry Dr.
Danbury, Co nn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOSEPH MATRANGA
15 Topstone Dr.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed . Eng.

PATRICIA AIRES LOPES
17 Country Ridge Rd.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Span.

RUTH A. MACKIE
91 Kent Rd .
New Milford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

EMILY A. MANGIAPA E
53 E. Dover St.
Waterbury , Conn .
B.A. Psych.

GERALD MAXSON
11 Bates Pl.
Da nbury, Conn.
B.A. Math.

MONA MAYER
52 Beacon St.
Norwalk., Conn.
B.A. Eng.

ROSEMARIE McDONALD
78 James St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Math.

PEGGY McENERNEY
296 Derby Ave.
Derby, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.

SUSAN MOCCIA
Seneca Dr.
Mahopac, N.Y.
B.A. Eng.

PAUUNE McBRIDE
Dingley Rd.
Lake Carmel, N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

NORA McELHONE
RFD I, Box 317
Warwick, N.Y.
B.S. Sec. Ed. S.S.

MARIA MILANO
49 Dominican Rd.
Branford , Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.

MARY ELLEN MUNCH
Rt. I
Sherman, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

RAYMOND MUSALO
966-74 St.
Broo klyn, N .Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

SA MUEL PERRY
Roo dn er Ct., Apt. 2C
S. N orwal k, Co nn .
B.A. S.S.

RO A ROS EN
8 1 I Bro nx River Rd .
Yonk ers, .Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

IRE E SPONDER
25 G a rde n St.
A nson ia, Conn .
B.S . El.Ed .

PATRICIA A. O 'NEILL 180 M aso n St
Greenwich , C o nn.
B.A. Eng.

DAVID J . PETRO ROY
3436 E Maine St.
Wa terbury , Co nn .
B.S. Music Ed.

MRS. CAROLYN ROSS
2 High Rise Rd .
D a nbury, Co nn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MARY FRA C ES STAUGAITIS
73 C heryl Dr.
Wa terbury, Conn .
B.S. El.Ed.

ROCCO F. ORSO
305 Congre ss Ave .
Waterbury , Co nn .
B.A. S.S.

KAROLEE M. POITRAS
Anthon y Rd.
Toll a nd , C onn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOHN MICHAEL R U SSELL
33 Ch a mbers St.
Ma nchester, C onn .
B.S. Music Ed .

CATHERINE STEWART
4 Beverly Dr.
D a nbury, Co nn .
B.S . El.Ed.

LINDA J. POLUBINSKI
10 Golden Hill
Bethel, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

MICHAEL R. SALVIO
77 Pil grim Ave.
Waterbury, Co nn .
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.

KA THY ST! GONE
Co rtland Rd .
Mahopac, N. Y.
B.S. El.Ed.

RUTHANN PADHAM
260-5 Waverly Ave .
Patchogue, N .Y.
B.A. S.S .

JAMES C. POTVIN
3 Fairchild Dr.
Bethel, Conn.
B.S . Sec.Ed. Math.

MARILYN SCARNULEY
IO Jetl and Pl.
Bridgeport, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

EDWARD PAIGE
636 W as hington Ave.
W a terbury , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed .

SISTER MARY ANN POWERS
CND
20 Elizabeth St.
New Haven, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

JOA C. SCHUCH
1921 orth Ave.
Bridgeport, Co nn.
A.S.

JAMES F. STUART
96 Lenox Ave.
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

EILEEN SCHULZ
438 Crestwood Rd .
Fairfield, Conn .
B.S. Nursing

SHARON SUMLINER
144-159 26 Ave.
Flushing, N.Y.
B.A. Eng.

PETER R. SERNIAK
52 Hoover Rd .
Yonkers, N.Y.
B.S. Sec. Ed. Hist.

JEANNE TEKIN
4 O 'Brien St.
Norwalk, Conn .
B.A. Eng.

KAREN SCHU K
85 Garfield Ave.
Danbury, Conn .
B.S . El.Ed .

CAROL MARIE TESSIER
Guemesytown Rd .
Wa tertown , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed .

JOSEPH SHAIL JR .
24 Coal'pit Hill
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Bio.

ERIC THOMPSON
RFD 2
Carmel, N .Y .
B.S . El.Ed.

TOM SHARKIS
1406 . Main St.
Wa terbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

BARBARA AN TOBIN
I Sky Edge Lane
Bethel, Conn.
B.S . El.Ed.

FRANCIS X. SHEA
50 Clinton St.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.A. Psych.

PETER TOMAINO
5 Griffing Ave.
D a nbury, Conn.
B.A. Eng.

FERNANDO M. SILVA
20 Tolles Sq.
Naugatuck, Conn.
B.S. Sec. Ed. Span.

LYNN TOUSSAINT
97 Pl ymouth Ave .
Trumbull, Conn .
B.A. Psych.

PEGGY SMART
39 Hubba rd Ave .
Stamford, Conn.
B.S. Nursing

JEANNE C. TREADWELL
Stonehaven Estates
Brewster, .Y.
B.S . Sec.Ed . Eng.

JOYCE MARIL Y
58 ewto n St.
Stratford, Conn .
B.S. El.Ed .

OVER WISE

RICHARD P. PANE
57 Town Hill Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Psych.
KATHY E. PANNONE
20 Morton Ave.
Waterbury , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
PAUL PAQUETTE
26 Housman St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. S.S.
JAMES PARCELLS
Box 47
Kent , Conn.
B.A. S.S.
R . LINCOLN PEASE
West Lane
Stamford, Conn.
B.A. Bio.
PAULETTE PEPIN
57 Limon Dr.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Hist.
CHRISTINE E. PEPLAU
32 Vivian St.
Newington , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
JOA
E PEREIRA
1015 S. Main St.
Waterbury , Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.

EILEEN PULVER
North St.
Patterson, N .Y.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.
EDWARD WILLIAM RAMONAS
73 Lancaster St.
Oakville, Conn.
B.S. Music Ed.
DEBORAH K. REID
316-17th Place N.E.
Washington , D.C.
B.A. S.S.
MARC GORDON REYNOLDS
Taunton Lake Rd .
Newton , Conn.
B.A. S.S.
JAMES P. RICHARDSON
99 Park Lane Rd.
New Milford , Conn.
B.A. Hist.
MRS. LORRAINE RICKER
42 Robinhood Rd.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
GEORGE L. ROHRS
50 Baker St.
Mt. Kisco, N .Y.
B.S. Sec.Ed . S.S.
BARBARA NORTON
RONALTER
44 Upson St
Bristol, Conn .
B.S. Music Ed.

194

JEANINE STRANITI

40 Rolling Ridge Rd .
Orange , Conn.
B.S. Music Ed .

MRS. THELMA B. WAIDELICH
Oa k Grove Rd.
Brookfield, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
FRA CIS WAI WRIGHT
35 Keeney Lane
ew London , Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
ANCY J. WALBERG

74 Chestnut St.
Bethel. Conn.
B.S . Sec.Ed. Math.
KATHLEE WALSH
1201 Anita Pl.
Fullerton , Calif.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Eng.
LOUISE R. WARD
36 Park Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
NA CY WARNER
7 Gaylord Dr.
Wilton, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.

PA TRICIA TULACRO
28 Leone St.
Waterbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
KATHLEE AN E TURLEY
50 Lane ville Rd .. Apt. 4
ew Milford , Conn.
B.A. Math.
DOROTHY Mc EIL U GER
Boggs Hill Rd.
ewtown, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
STEPHA IE VALLUZZO
56 Chestn ut St.
Danbury, Conn.
B.A. Hist.
TOM VALLUZZO
17 Ho pita! Ave.
Danbury. Conn.
B.A. Chem.
KATHLEE WAG ER
214 E. Roeler Rd.
Norwalk, Conn .
B.A. Music

MRS. BETTY WEAVER
Quaker Ridge Rd.
Bethel, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
JA CALY J. WEIGL
1729 Gormley Ave .
Merrick, LI.. N.Y.
B.S. El.Ed.
MRS. DIANE M. WELDO
29 Lake Ave.
Danbury. Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. S.S.
DAYLE A
WIEDE
301 Lanyon Dr.
Cheshire, Conn.
B.S. Nursing
DON WILCOX
13 Purcell Dr.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. Sec.Ed. Hist.
JA E ZALETA
6 Jefferson Ave.
Danbury, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.
PAMELA ZA ETTO
36 Payne Pl.
Meriden, Conn.
B.S. El.Ed.

HEFT

196

Does anybody know what time it is?
Does anybody really care?
Chicago

197

199

200

201

to sympathize . . .

Wonder now
how the
people feel
who wake up
in our city
streets and
realize like
fingers they
are
nutnbered.

- --...

Danbury Sn1ile!

TO HONOR THE DEAD
TO SERVE THE LIVI NG

~, . ·. Z::,t -:_,._ ::,'
- ~ ·... .-,,v•

We gave you our money and
our empty
nights

-~c .

,.
.~

,
II

--- ...-:

~-

You offered your children,
your religions, your wares

When
your
child
reaches
out
we feel
when we
seek to
grasp
we feel
and within
our secret
smile
that each
child
possesses
genius

208

209

FACULTY EVALUATION QUESTIONNAIRE
Score Scale
Poor
Part I
1.
2.
!.
4
5.
6.
7.
8
9

10
11.
12.
13.

4.

li---r~-'f-f --4-4--H

Excellent

The Instructor

Presentation of subject matter.
mand of subject matter.
thusiasm for teaching of sub· ct matter.
Organization of subject matt .
Interest in students.
Creation of atmosphere conducive to learning.
Creation of atmosphere conducive to discussion.
Consideration of opposing viewpoints.
Motivation of student's interest in subject.
Fairness of Grading.
Attainment of course objectives.
Method of testing.
Quality of assignments.
Tolerance in regard to race, creed, and sex.

Part II

The Course

. Degree of relevance to your general education .
. Relevance of the presentation of the subject matter.
. Relevance of textbooks to subject matter .
. Usefulness of\,w.e-classroom preparation for student.

Laboratory Courses

usefulness.

zn giving, in sympathizing, brings ultimately

CONTROL
. evaluating the evaluators

Creating what's so needed .

David Detzer



Tom Kelso

Wallace Lee

Jonathan
Greenwald

obert
nsull

Herbert Grandah]

Frank Dye

John Eichrodt

if he is wise he doesn't bid you the house of his wisdom
but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.
or no man can reveal to you aught but that which
/ready lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge
Gibran

Howard
Hobbs

,,,,

it
should
be
difficult
to
be
free . . •
for
the
hardest
to
learn


ZS

that
gzvzng
must
come
before
recezvzng








Peace hath her victories no less than war

Donovan

Clouds
and Thunder.
The image of
difficulty at the
beginning.

Thus the
superior man
brings order
out of confusion

!Ching

220

Is four years too much for so little?

221

We
find
within
the
rumble
of
unrestful
minds
THE THUNDER

222

Shanti

Shanti

223

Shanti

The rain never gets wet

224

YEARBOOK ~71

Editor: Jim Dyer
Assistant Editor: Elsie Rattenbury
Advisor: John Devine
Jeanne Bechaud
Kurt Beck
Betty Ann Bellucci
Paul Carolan
Richard Carolan
Julie Christiano
Wendy Collins
Sue DeCroce
Rosemary Dorrico
Nancy Greene
Mike Jahoda
Richard Kinsey

Mary Beth Lengyel
Al Leonard
Patricia Lutterman
Mary Beth Marcinkoski
Kerry McKeever
Ed Paige
Peggie -Politi
Dian_e Raftery
Bobby Rinko
Regina Rogala
Sue Sargent
Mark Sullivan

This yearbook, like most, probably will mean various things to
various people. To the staff and myself it means something special.
We wanted to show what Wesconn was like in I 971. We wanted to
show more than just who was in the Psychology Club and who lived
in the snack bar. We wanted to show what surrounded Wesconn in
I 971, what her people looked like, what they acted like, and with
what mood they lived.
Part of this mood encompasses a deja vu, part of it reflects the
enigma of age and the clash of generations, part of it reflects a disregard for human values.
We've spanned almost a century in the preceding pages. We've
shown Wesconn at the beginning of the century and shown what
Wesconn will be at the close of the century . . . 1971 lies somewhere
in between it all. And if there is one thing that emerges to the surface and means more than anything else in I971 it is youth - it is to
youth that we have dedicated this book.
Youth can occur at any age. The security and happiness of youth,
the mistakes, the spirit, the warmth and love, the laughter, and the
understanding and acceptance of youth are not just part of one generation but the unstated goal of all generations.
Wesconn is a place where youth both flourishes and stagnates. It
is a community of shared experience - both complex and simple. It
is a place where we are supposed to begin our age.
If we are to be the Children of Change and if WE are the Revolution, then we must begin with ourselves. We must reassess ourselves
and we must care about others.
Each being is different and being different is not bad. The individual is sacred and must remain so. Youth is sacred. Youth is constantly sought, but as youth is sought, age seeks.
We will go through our lives seeking much, but as we do we
should remain constantly aware of the simplicity of our youth, and
most of all, the sincerity and honesty of it.
Seek to capture the mystique of youth .

Jim Dyer
Editor

Paper stock is 100 pound Enamel Bright. The endsheets are
Contempore Straw Stock. Presswork is black ink with Sepia and
four process color. Type faces used are Times Roman and
Times Roman Italic, varying in size from 8 pt. to 30 pt. The
cover is True Life Reflective Lithograph printed on Arco Cloth.
The binding is Smyth sewn, rounded and backed. The book
was published in a limited quantity of 1,500 copies by the
American Yearbook Company, Cambridge, Maryland. The
cover was produced by American Yearbook Company, Topeka,
Kansas.
The cover was designed by Czap. All of the art work was done
by Michael Jahoda. Seniors were photographed by Graphic
Communications, Southington, Connecticut.
Seniors appearing in the directory requested to be listed. The
Faculty selection was chosen by a committee composed of
S.G.A., Senior Class officers, and Yearbook staff members. Seniors and clubs appearing were by request.
Special recognition is extended to Tony Costanzo, Hank Hansis,
and Jim Toomey of American Yearbook Company for their
invaluable assistance and Carl Kravats of New York for various
sections of photography .

. . . And They All Lived Happily Ever After