Boston College - Sub Turri Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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M m E H 1 1 i ' 1 ml J qP 9 ™ - " ma M ■ mm W— J " - " - " -fll l H H ft BiLfi ' Vta ■I B 1 j l 1 Bi IHH 71 and fears, 72 i their grief, 73 and happiness; 74 . . . Never to be alone. 75 76 77 ■ [w if ' 78 building their tomorrows, 79 On what they discover today. 80 FEATURES 81 82 WZBC WZBC is the University owned and student operated radio station on the Boston College campus. Approximately 120 students, primarily undergraduates, comprise its membership. WZBC operates on both AM [640 M, HZ) and FM (90.3 M,HZ) and thus provides a service to a wide and diversified listen ership. After a long battle, WZBC acquired its FM license from the FCC last year. Dream has become reality and now it is up to the station to prove its worthiness. Programming is geared to furnish the community (both Boston College and its neighbors) with the best possible service. One step was forged in this direction when WZBC became designated as the primary station in the Emergency Broadcast System for Newton. Also, as a result of the FCC license, all FM engineers and disc jockeys are required to be federally licensed. Miraculously, WZBC was then granted a power increase to 1000 watts in order to respond to its greatly enlarged listenership and obligations. As time goes on the station continues to grow and improve. Only time will tell whether this unparalleled growth in listenership will be met witti an equal growth in quality. WZBC-AM is a carrier current station directed at the on-campus BC community. Its operations involve the majority of station members. Being directed solely at the BC community, it is in a unique position of service to BC and has endeavored to meet this demand. After the initial strain of losing some of its best disc jockeys to FM, it is now generally agreed that AM is better now than it ever was before the change to FM. Although not required, many AM disc jockeys are now licensed by the FCC. The expansion seems to have had a stimulating effect on the station, both AM and FM. The limits of the station, however, have yet to be reached. It is for future years to see just what those limits are. 83 GOLD KEY SOCIETY The Gold Key Society of Boston College has been in existence for approximately 37 years and is now recognized as one of the largest organizations on campus, with a membership of around 350 students. The purpose of the Society might best be explained by its motto: " Service and sacrifice. " The Key serves both the University and the outside community. This past year the Society coordinated and hosted over 400 separate events both on and off campus. Included among the major on-campus events are ushering and coordinating athletic events such as football, hockey and basketball games, the freshman orientation program, and assisting in seminars, concerts, and lectures. Off-campus events include a large amount of volunteer work with the Newton Red Cross. The Key sponsors and coordinates a semi-annual blood drive at BC, visitations to a local V.A. Hospital where students sit and chat with patients, and a program of swimming instruction for retarded children at Sidney Hill Country Club in Newton. Besides the work which the Society does, there is also another aspect of the Key — the friendships established with both under and upper classmen. The Key also offers a wide range of social events including intramural sports, parties, barbecues, hayrides and a semi-formal cotillion held towards the end of the second semester. There are certain rules which must be followed by members of the Key. Membership is open to all freshmen and sophomores. A member is expected to remain active by working a certain number of events, although no events are forced or pushed on any one person. It is up to the individual to decide how much time he or she can devote to the Key. However, during the second semester of sophomore year, a member ' s record is reviewed, and if he has shown interest in the Society, he is awarded the underclass pin. The minimum amount of events a student must work varies for each member taking into consideration whether he or she has a job, and their course load. If a member does 1 event every 2 or 3 weeks, then he has nothing to worry about. During a member ' s junior year, his record is re-examined by the officers and recommendations are made concerning election to receive his " key " . At the annual Awards Banquet, the Key presents full membership to its new keyholders, honorary membership to outstanding faculty, and the Gold Key award to a person outside the University community who best embodies the ideals of the Gold Key. 84 . • ' . t ' - ' • ' Ve 85 The Boston College Student Admissions Program has been in existence for several years now, but in an extremely limited way. This year, however, the program has grown to large proportions with over 125 BC students participating. These students are dedicated to making the " college search " a more friendly and personal experience for a high school senior. The Student Program in Admissions is under the direction of William Gerson. Bill is an Assistant Director of Admissions at Boston College and the coordinator of the Faculty-Student-Alumni programs in Admissions. The Student Coordinator of the program is Patricia Casey (A S, ' 75). The program ' s goal is to attract and serve prospective Boston College students, providing them with personalized information and opinions about the University. Through a series of programs. High school students and their families are informed about Boston College from the BC-student viewpoint. The student program is divided into various projects. First, there is a day visitation program in which a high school student spends a full day at BC with an undergraduate, attending classes and touring the University. This gives the prospective BC student a chance to speak informally about BC with the BC student and his friends. The second stage consists of the interview program in which a select number of BC students do actual interviewing of prospective applicants and write an evaluation of the interview for the Admissions Committee. Finally, the Admissions Office conducts school visitations to high schools and college nights where BC students and members of the Admissions staff speak to students and parents about BC. Through these projects plus several others, the overall view of the program is to offer BC students a unique opportunity to meet different people, travel, enjoy themselves, and be a vital part of the Admissions process at BC. This year, some BC students will travel to New York, Philadelphia, Washington, and other areas with regular Admissions staff members to speak to high school students and their families. The BC Student Admissions Program exists with a simple, yet important, purpose: to attract and serve prospective Boston College students, providing them with personalized information and opinions about our University. Through these efforts, many high school students have been greatly aided in their search for just the " right " college. 86 STUDENT ADMISSIONS PROGRAM 87 MASS. PIRG The Public Interest Research Groups were inspired by consumer-advocate Ralph Nader to involve students in meaningful social change. Totally funded and controlled by contributing students, the PIRG becomes their tool to inform and involve themselves in the major issues of public concern while teaching them the essential skills of becoming vocal and effective citizens. Mass. PIRG, one of the twenty-three student PIRGs across the nation is funded by students at eighteen colleges across Massachusetts. At Boston College students vote each Spring as to whether or not they wish $4 for PIRG to be added to the Undergraduate Government Fee. In the fall, the students who do not wish to support PIRG may obtain a refund for the $4. The issues that Mass. PIRG has tackled range the entire scope of consumer and environmental issues, from action to stop the proliferation of Nuclear Power plants to investigation of the effectiveness of consumer protection laws in the state, such as poison prevention packaging. They have also done work involving access to public records and Truth-in-Lending. The students do the actual research and field work for projects, supervised by a staff of eleven professionals at the Mass. PIRG offices in Boston and Amherst. This year, BC students received credit for their work in Mass. PIRG through the Pulse Program. A Small Claims Court Referral Service was established, in which students and citizens with a complaint for Small Claims Court were able to come to the BC PIRG office for counsehng and advice. If they were unable to help these people, the Small Claims Court volunteers could refer them to someone who could. PIRG has also been involved in bringing in speakers to speak on many controversial issues. One such speaker talked about nuclear power, and Ralph Nader has also come to speak atBC. Other projects included an anti-Nuclear Power Coalition, work on Women ' s Discrimination, Public Power and Citizen Access to Public Records. Through these projects, students are able to do research pertaining to topics of current importance. Their work becomes valuable to public interest rather than being stored uselessly on a shelf. 88 JEWISH STUDENT ALLIANCE The Jewish Student Alliance (formally known as the Star of David Club) has steadily grown in size to well over 150 members. Because the number of Jewish students attending Boston College has sharply increased, the office now serves as the educational, religious, cultural and social center for the Jewish population on campus. Many programs such as the Passover Seder and rallies for Soviet Jewry were coordinated and implemented from this office. JSA has presented Sabbath services, movies and lectures in its diverse programming to better inform members and non-members alike of the past, present and whenever possible, future aspects of the rich Jewish heritage. Brotherhood is one of the prime concerns oftheJSA.and all groups of theBC community are welcome and encouraged to attend. The office has provided members of the EC community with information about Judaic religious holidays, traditions, and, as much as possible, the Israeli way of life — especially the Kubbutz experience — since this is being studied in several sociology courses. Some of the JSA members were able to give students firsthand knowledge because they had lived on a kibbutz. When questions could not be answered by members of the organization, they referred students to agencies outside of the campus. The Passover Seder has become a tradition at BC. Friday night Sabbath Services are conducted throughout the year, and the Israeli Art Festival has been a continuous success. JSA has constructed a succah on the campus, and held a rally in support of Israel during the October War. Finally, the JSA office in McElroy III provides a center for Jewish students to meet and get acquainted. This year ' s senior advisors were Steve Gabovitch and Marty Flashner. The fact that such an organization exists has encouraged prospective Jewish students to attend Boston College in preference to other private four-year colleges of comparable academic standing. This can be readily seen in the larger numbers of Jewish students ■rrj 111 ' QBd applying to Boston College as well as the higher percentage of students deciding to attend Boston College. BC is distinguished as being the only Jesuit University to have a Jewish organization on its campus. JSA has also attracted the attention of the Greater Boston Jewish community, which has helped to reinforce Boston College ' s image as a modern, well-rounded University. Wtgmmtmmmamm m i 90 HUMANITIES SERIES AND GUEST 91 CULTURAL AND SOCIAL 92 93 BOSTON 94 BOSTON TO ME By Rev. Francis Sweeney, S.J. Boston to me is the poetry of its street names: Cornhill, Cricket Lane, Haymarket, Pudding Lane, Appian Way, Province Steps, Batterymarch, Damnation Alley, Pie Alley, Turnagain Alley, Winter Street, Summer, Autumn, Spring. Boston is the " crooked but interesting " streets themselves that wind not so much to follow cow paths but to amble around a pump or a lost brook or an immemorial tree. Boston is Boston Common, " a pasture for cows, a playground for children, a place for beating carpets, a training ground for the militia. " Boston is the Athenaeum ghost, and the grave of Mrs. Mary Goose at the Old Granary. Boston is Mr. Paul Revere ' s State House dome shinging through the trees like the crock of gold. Boston is the Common trees labeled by their Latin botanical nanes, with a translation for visitors. Boston is the Common pigeons, tough as boatswains, and a thousand sparrows twitterin ' at nightfall on the fagade of one building. Boston is a stenographer lying in the noon sun on the bank of the Public Garden pond, reading Immanuel Kant. Boston is the carillon of Brimstone Corner sprinkling ponderous joy on the noontime air. Boston is the Old State House where America was hammered out on the anvil of the Boston Town Meeting. Boston is Durgin Park Market Dining Room, and its indomitable waitresses dishing out Yankee rations of clam chowder, poor man ' s roast beef, Apple pan dowdy, Indian pudding. Boston is a jubilant wedding in the North End with the bride showered with Jordan almonds, a custom as old as Vergil ' s " Georgics. " Boston is King Louis Philippe teaching French in a garret at 41 Union Street. Boston is " Godspell, " Summerthing and Winterfest and midsummer music on the Charles. Boston is Robert Gould Shaw and his black regiment marching in St. Gauden ' s incomparable bronze. Boston is Bartholdi ' s trumpeting angels on the tower of First Baptist, the " Church of the Holy Beanblowers. " Boston is the gleaming ranks of the Sargents at the Museum of Fine Arts, and Monet ' s water lilies, and thin-lipped Stuarts, and the proudest aristocrat in Boston — the Minoan goddess in gold and ivory, 3500 years old. Boston is young Robert Frost spending his money at the Old Corner Bookstore, and walking home to Lawrence. Boston is T.S. Eliot taking boxing lessons at a gymnasium in the South End. Boston is Old Ironsides with the blue flag of the fleet still flying at her mainmast. Boston is Rowes Wharf and Long Wharf, and India Wharf and T Wharf and Constitution Wharf and Battery Wharf and Griffin ' s Wharf, North Ferry and South Ferry, and the bittersweet memory of streets ending in a thicket of masts. Boston is Sarah Caldwell, a moment before the overture begins, lifing her baton like Zeus gathering thunderbolts. Boston is Jack Kennedy saying, " I ' m glad to be back where words are pronounced as they are spelled. " Boston is the prayer graven on her shield: As God was with our Founders, so may He be with us. 95 N. " VS- i.-?X, T K fmt m -■X r " « ' H S ■ - •v r k ' p v ,. ' • r v r f 1%. i«i ! i)iitii iiii M ' r - n.mm,immMm uJKsKd ' ACADEMICS 97 University President Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J. THE INCORPORATION OF NEWTON COLLEGE INTO BOSTON COLLEGE The past three years have seen Boston College and ]. Donald Monan through a complex progression of events. Fr. Monan took the office of the President at a time when the University was overcome by financial straits and student unrest. Today, he leads a University with the Eotential to direct its own progress as indicated strictly y the philosophy of Jesuit education. This progress is envisioned by Father Monan as adherence to the dictates of the " community spirit " of Boston College. The challenge which lies within this goal is to avoid the " expansionist mood " which has overcome our world today. What Father Monan looks toward is an " end to expansionism " and a renewed commitment to " the improved quality of educational life. " The realization of this goal lies, to a considerable extent, in the acquisition of Newton College. Father Monan has said that we have " no need for more land " but the interests of Boston College consist of " filling in the gaps " in the programs of the University through the development of new facilities and resources. 98 President of Newton College Dr. James Whalen In the same years that Boston College developed a sound financial situation, Newton College, a considerably smaller institution, found itself in an increasingly unstable condition. In the fall of 1973, the idea of the incorporation of Newton College into Boston College was seriously discussed. In the months between the initial meeting in November and the eventual finalization of the merger early in 1974, " two presidents with an idea " met extensively to work out what has been called " the best merger in American higher education " by Dr. James Whalen, President of Newton College. Since coming to Newton College in 1969, Dr. Whalen always felt that if the college were to encounter trouble, the first alternative would be to look toward Boston College. Dr. Whalen ' s hope for the future is that the Newton campus should not become an annex to the University; " it should not be treated as real estate, " but its " vibrance " and " self-identity " should be allowed to " enrich the academic programs of Boston College. " He hopes that the " positive step " taken this year can resist the growth associated with the " parking lot mentality, " and preserve the " spacious atmosphere of the campus. " Dr. Whalen sees the consolidation as a " courageous step, " " a really good use of educational facilities and people, " and an actual savings in terms of higher education. He sees the success of this consolidation in the quality of Jesuit humanism which is the heartbeat of the Oniversity. 99 HENRY J. MCMAHON Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences REV. THOMAS P. O ' MALLEY, S.J. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences JOHN L. HARRISON Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences REV. JAMES A. WOODS, S.J. Dean, Evening College 100 MARY A. DINEEN Dean, School of Nursing ALBERT ]. KELLEY Dean, School of Management LESTER PRZEWLOCKI Dean, School of Education 101 CAROLE L. WEGMAN, Director of Student Activities and SUSAN L. ROSENSTOCK, Assistant Director WALTER G. BOUDREAU, Director of Placement and VIRGINIA R. MCCOURT, Assistant Director KEVIN P. DUFFY Director of Housing 102 REV. EDWARD J. HANRAHAN, S.J Dean of Students I. STEPHEN COLLINS Director of Financial Aid 103 Dr. Jolane Solomon A BIOLOGIST INTERESTED IN COMMUNITY 104 Dr. Jolane Solomon, Associate Professor of Biology, best described herself when she said: " I ' m just plain interested in community. " Ever since coming to BC in 1963, she has been part of that integral core of faculty and administrators who are always striving for the advancement of Boston College. She first started pursuing this interest in community when she became director of the Office of Resources in 1970. Basically, the office served as a guide to students in any problem area. Dr. Solomon realized the need of students being able to talk to someone, so she made herself available as much as possible. Dr. Solomon has probably achieved her greatest input into community relations by chairing the Committee on the Role of Women at Boston College. Originally formed to study just faculty women, it broadened its scope to include all women on the BC campus. The COROW Report, the outcome of this Committee, was one of the first such reports in the country. As a result of her chairmanship. Dr. Solomon was awarded a grant from the Carnegie Corporation in order to set up an internship program which would encourage more women to enter professional fields traditionally held by men. Outside the realms of BC, Dr. Solomon serves as a member of the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. She has the distinction of being the only Trustee to be appointed to the Board by two governors of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts — the first a Democrat and the second a Republican. In the area of research, Dr. Solomon is presently involved in experiments on diabetic mice. She feels that she is " just getting a handle on understanding diabetes, " which she described as being one of the largest killers in the United States. She is not sure of a cure or a treatment yet, but as always her emphasis is on people; she is truly a compelling and understanding woman. 105 Rev. James F. Halpin DIRECTOR: PROGRAM FOR THE STUDY OF PEACE WAR Last summer, Rev. James F. Halpin spent six weeks in a southern coastal area of Guatemala as part of a program called " Horizons for Justice. " The purpose of the program is " to sensitize North American Jesuits to the conditions of life in the third world so that our work here in the U.S. might reflect a greater awareness and concern for the plight of the oppressed in other countries. " Father Halpin is Assistant Chaplain and Director of the Program for the Study of Peace and War. His work this past summer is indicative of his interest in social issues and his desire to foster what he calls " issue-oriented education at Boston College. " As part of his program Father Halpin has coordinated a two-semester course this year entitled " Prospectives on War, Peace and Agression. " The course is taught by twelve professors from twelve different departments. The purpose of the course is to deal with the cause of war, its consequences, and perspectives on peace. In Father Halpin ' s words, " the course is one of the few offered to BC students which allows them to think and reflect on the really important issues today. " Father Halpin ' s hopes for this course include the additional participation of even more departments, which depends, in part, on the outcome of a request for funding from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare to supplement what is presently being received from the University. Ultimately, this course could be a model for a new approach to University core requirements. The involvements of many departments in one course lends itself well to the interdisciplinary goals of a liberal education. Father Halpin teaches a course which deals directly with third world problems called " Developing Nations. " Another called " Ethics and Conflict " discusses moral values and ethical dimensions of faith. His course, " Technology in Peace and War, " begun during the Viet Nam War, has retained its popularity even after the resolution of American involvement. Students receive Father Halpin ' s courses enthusiastically, and in his words, " I am always amazed by BC students in their receptiveness and desire to learn about things of value in life. " 106 Dr. James Bowditch DIRECTOR OF THE SOM HONORS PROGRAM One can always run into Dr. Bowditch walking to and from the SOM Honors Lounge, always carrying a cup of coffee with him, and always being trailed by two or three students talking with him. Dr. Bowditch did his undergraduate work at Yale University where he received a B.A. in Psychology. In 1965, he received his M.A. in Psychology, and in 1969 his Ph.D from Purdue University in Psychology. In 1969, Dr. Bowditch came to Boston College as Assistant Professor in the organizational studies department of the School of Management. Among his many activities. Dr. Bowditch has written quite a few articles and reports. He has also written one book which is now being used by Organizational Behavior classes and is in the process of publishing another book. Dr. Bowditch is also a member of a number of committees at Boston College. One committee on which he served was the well-known Committee on the Role of Women, which took a look at the role of all women at Boston College. Due to the COROW Report which was filed to the President of Boston College, Dr. Bowditch feels that many strides have been made; however, there is still room for more improvement. Another Committee on which Dr. Bowditch has served is the Five-Year Planning Committee. The purpose of this committee is to take an in-depth look at the positions of the various academic departments at present, and where they hope to be in the future. This includes issues involving decisions about where additional faculty should be appointed at both graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Bowditch has perhaps had his greatest influence as head of the Honors Program in SOM. Appointed in July of 1970, Dr. Bowditch has been responsible for the development of the Honors Program into an academically challenging program. Dr. Bowditch feels that since about 40 per cent of the Honors Program graduates elect to go to graduate schools, the program has three important functions: 1) to give students who are capable a glimpse of graduate- type education; 2) to provide superior students with an extra challenge; and, 3) to attract superior students into the School of Management. Students who come in contact with Dr. Bowditch find him warm, friendly, and helpful. Whatever the problem. Dr. Bowditch always tries to help. Dr. Bowditch feels that it is also important to focus on the personal needs of the students, not just the academic needs. For this reason he encourages students to call him " Jim. " No student to date has lost through contact with Dr. Bowditch. If anything, he has been a tremendous influence in the shaping of their future. 107 John T. Hasenjaeger is an Associate Professor of Marketing in the School of Management. Dr. Hasenjaeger deals with an important facet of marketing which until recently has been relatively ignored: consumerism. In the past, the customer and the businessman seemed to have been in conflict. According to Dr. Hasenjaeger, by approaching marketing from the point of view of the consumer, this conflict can be eliminated, with the effect of helping the customer get better service and also helping business improve its customer appeal. The word consumerism brings to mind Nader-style campaigns, which, according to Dr. Hasenjaeger, are inadequate, because they are unable to implement any conclusions drawn from their work. When the business world investigates the needs and demands of the consumer, the decisions made will find their way into the actual market. There are two inseparable parts to this. The public enjoys the benefit of the realization of these new programs. Businesses gain but the benefit to business lies in the fact that by seeking to offer the consumer more of what he really wants, that concern can hope to be in an advantageous position in a competitive market. Recently, Dr. Hasenjaeger has presented papers concerning such things as nutritional labeling, deceptive advertising, new car warranties, food pricing trends, and unit pricing. He directed the Attorney General ' s " Survey on Food Prices in Massachusetts. " Dr. Hasenjaeger advises a multitude of business and government councils on consumer affairs, along with many radio and television appearances and extensive newspaper coverage. The justification for this program in an academic atmosphere goes well beyond the public appeal of consumerism. Dr. Hasenjaeger feels that by having those people who will be running business tomorrow study the " social issues of marketing " today, that this will serve to " open their minds toward good business practices. " The best way to accomplish this is not in a classroom atmosphere. Says Dr. Hasenjaeger: " The textbook is not the place to learn about social issues, it ' s on the firing line. " So it is not rare to find his students involved in an actual consumer study. Some have in fact gained considerable notoriety in the areas of auto warranties, buying trends, and supermarket pricing techniques. 108 Dr. John T. Hasenjaeger CONSUMERISM STUDIES AT BOSTON COLLEGE 109 Dr. Eva A. Neumann COORDINATOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Upon graduation from Wheaton College, instead of following the writing career which she had planned, Ms. Neumann accepted a job as head teacher at the Wheaton College Nursery School. It was here that the " seed " was planted, and she realized that she adored working with young children. To further her education in early childhood, Dr. Neumann received her masters degree from Wheelock College here in Boston. An offer of a fellowship took her to the University of Illinois where she was awarded a doctorate in early childhood education. From Illinois, Dr. Neumann became a Headstart Instructor and consultant in Mississippi and Massachusetts. In 1971, Dr. Neumann returned to Boston and accepted a job at Boston College as coordinator of Early Childhood Education. As coordinator. Dr. Neumann visited many day care centers in the Boston Area. She was appalled at the lack of funds, faculty safety conditions and the lack of any consistent programing for the children. This set her mind working on a plan to create a center for the children (who were forced to attend the so-called day care units) which would benefit the child and not hurt him. At present. Dr. Neumann is attempting to develop a much desired Boston College Day Care Center at Hovey House. She has worked many tedious hours trying to provide proper care for children who must be cared for outside the home. Unfortunately, red-tape and legal problems are slowing the formation of her dream. Her great dream, and hopefully not an impossible dream, is to establish a complete day care center at Boston College which will involve the students, staff, and faculty. With Dr. Neumann ' s great dedication, understanding and determination it won ' t be long before a true center will blossom here at Boston College. A fitting quote for Dr. Neumann is: " Most of the good things in this world are done by tired people. " — Lovshin ' s Law. 110 Dr. John S. Dacey CAMP SCHOOL: AN ALTERNATIVE IN EDUCATION Five years ago John S. Dacey instituted a revolutionary educational program for children at the Hale Reservation in Westwood. Dr. Dacey calls it the camp school. The idea behind it is that there is an advantage to be gained by offering an alternative to standard classroom education. In the past five years the program has grown and gained significant praise for its outstanding results. Working from his position as an assistant professor and director of the Educational Psychology Program in the School of Education, Dr. Dacey sought out various agencies willing to cooperate in the formation of curriculums for many different types of children. With the help of two Newton community service centers and three public school systems, the camp school now consists of four separate programs. Two which are held on Saturdays and appropriately called the Saturday Camp are for children with problems at home between the ages of 6 to 12, and one for children with a drug abuse problem about 13-15 years old. The Tuesday Camp is for emotionally disturbed children, and the Thursday Camp is an inter-racial group. The camp scnool attempts to be an outgrowth of the classroom educational process. In a different, perhaps more comfortable atmosphere, the children can deal with each other and educators in a less formal manner. This tends to make the learning process more attractive and less painful to the child. For example, upon returning to the classroom, a child can be expected to write about an experience at the camp with a new point of view and greater enthusiasm. BC students, mostly educational psychology majors, work at the camp providing personal touch in which the children can find the connection between the teacher and the person. The camp itself is now run day to day by a small number of graduate students. Each session involves about 50 kids and 25 students, which provides a ratio excellent for interaction. The students gain valuable experience in dealing with children through " informal relationships " and " just learning about kids. " The future of the camp school program in Dr. Dacey ' s hopes is for his students to be able to go forth into the education world and institute similar programs for more children. His hopes are beginning to be realized, now that his students are running more and more of the program. Also, local schools have indicated their interest in organizing similar programs as part of their standard system. Ill Laurel Eisenhauer THE NURSING PROGRAM 112 Slowly, subtley over the last decade, the orientation of nursing within the medical profession has changed. Nurses have moved out of the hospital and into the community. More specifically, the emphasis has changed from the acute crisis level of nursing care and into the primary prevention and rehabilitation levels of nursing care. To meet with these changes, the freshmen class of 1977 entered a new curriculum in the Boston College School of Nursing. Instrumental in the execution is Laurel Eisenhauer, Chairperson of the Undergraduate Program and student advisement. While Ms. Eisenhauer did not actively participate in the program ' s planning, she now heads the various task forces dealing with all aspects of the program. The new curriculum is based on two years of liberal arts and two years of clinical practice, with actual nursing courses beginning in the sophomore year. According to Ms. Eisenhauer, the conceptual framework of the new curriculum is based on three levels of prevention: primary, secondary and tertiary. Primary intervention focuses on health promotion, maintenance and detection, and, above all, prevention. This prevention will utilize well-baby clinics, nursery schools, nursing homes, community health agencies. Secondary nursing intervention is intervention in the acute illness phase of the individual disruption of health. At this time, the students actual hospital work begins, the background for which was given in earlier courses. Tertiary intervention concentrates on returning the patient who has been ill to an optimum state of health and wellness, recognizing and dealing with the disabilities imposed by his illness. Students also take an Advance Clinical Practicum where they may specialize in an area of their choice. This involves both written research and clinical practice. Ms. Eisenhauer sums up the program objectives as training the nurse in " preventive intervention. " The new curriculum was long in coming when compared with similar courses of study at other universities. This is due primarily to the many changes in deans of the school in the early 1970 ' s. Ms. Mary Seidel and Dean Dineen initiated the program research and development in 1971. The philosophy of the new program centers around a philosophy of " wholism " — man as an integrated human being with health and illness being only part of his life. This concept is in turn related to both students and faculty. The students are allowed freer exploration of their interests in the liberal arts and in nursing. The faculty members once limited to one area of teaching will now be able to apply their specialty to all levels of nursing care in many different course structures. Thus, the benefits of the new curriculum are manifold — to the student, to the faculty and to the community. 113 Dr. Ann Burgess THE NURSE ' S NEW IMAGE The Boston College School of Nursing met the changing role of the nurse with a curriculum designed to meet these needs; Dr. Ann Burgess is a nurse who exemplifies these changes. She is with the Public Health Faculty of the School of Nursing and teaches courses in the graduate school. In addition, she instituted a program of rape counseling at Boston City Hospital, a program which has continued for three years. She has a private psychiatric counseling practice of her own. A psychiatric nurse. Dr. Burgess views her field as one of the traditionally " open " fields of the nursing profession. Psychiatric nursing has always emphasized a one-to-one relationship between the patient and the nurse, doctor or counselor. In most cases, the role of the doctor and the role of the nurse are parallel. Dr. Burgess is very optimistic about the changes taking place in nursing and feels these changes will be of supreme value to the community. In general, she sees the changes arising from the partial disbanding of the traditional doctor-nurse roles. She hopes the nurse will soon be allowed an expanded role in the clinical setting, — more of the responsibility for patient care. The means to this end are curriculums which emphasize increased analytical experience in all phases of the health-illness continuum: " thinking " curriculums which will allow the nurse to derive the nature of health problems on her own, without the constant supervision of a physician. The way to be educated and to be an educator is to continue through school, from the bachelors to the doctoral level. By doing this. Dr. Burgess feels, one not only gains the extensive knowledge obtained from intensive research, but also the ability to carry through one ' s career object ives to the fullest. The careers of people like Dr. Burgess, are the careers which are contributing to the expanding, more responsible role of the nurse. 114 ACTIVITIES 115 BAND 116 i mk nit f ' CHEERLEADERS 118 t J, ' » ' .« ' f S i LI ' l! i ' p " iff ' Ciimiiion ifTiTT J ((% ;M:III nfi ■f " Ir l ' .,i|. i I till I 119 MAN FOR ALL SEASONS • 1 PLA1 The 109th Svj Boston CoUegell Rainbow Jones j Oct. 24, 25, Man For All S(i Dec. 5,6,7 View from thej Feb, 6,7,8 Midsummer ' . Feb. 20,21, Sweet Charit March Importanj April 120 RAINBOW JONES 121 CHORALE The 1974-1975 season of the University Chorale has been more than successful with concerts in Boston, Providence, and Rome. At the 1974 Chorale banquet the idea of a trip to Rome was a dream — by September airline and hotel reservations had been made, largely due to the efforts of Father T.P. O ' Malley, S.J., the Chorale ' s advisor. Dr. Peloquin returned from a tour of the Orient in September and 130 members went into rehearsal for their most important season yet. During November the Chorale performed Dr. Peloquin ' s new composition " Lyric Liturgy " in McElroy Commons and Providence Cathedral with orchestra and the B.C. Modern Dance Co. The composition was also recorded by the Chorale for GIA Records. November and December were months full of rehearsal for both the Christmas concert and the Roman trip. The Christmas concert included works by DuFay, Bruckner, Mozart, and Peloquin. The high point of the year was Jan. 2 when the Chorale departed for Rome. For eight days the group performed concerts at the Gesu, Santa Susanna, the North American College, and a mass at the Altar of the Chair in St. Peter ' s Basilica, celebrated by Cardinal Wright, Prefect of the Congregation of the Clergy. The Chorale also performed at a General Papal audience before 14,000 people. A private concert was also performed for Very Reverand Pedro Arrupe, S.J., the Jesuit General. The trip was especially meaningful to the entire group because it gave them a chance to perform their liturgical repertoire in the seat of Christianity during the Church ' s Holy Year. Upon return from Rome the Chorale went into rehearsal for their Spring concert and the annual Palm Sunday liturgy. The April 5th concert featured the " Requiem " of Faure and Orff ' s " Carmina Burana. " For the seniors, the 74-75 season has been a Wonderful climax for their years with the University Chorale. They have been years of sometimes gruelling rehearsals and many successful concerts — years that have demanded sacrifice and dedication but that have rewarded them with a sense of spiritual and cultural development. 122 123 124 GOLD KEY BOARD OF GOVERNORS GOLD KEY SENATE 125 UGBC As the only organized, university-wide voice of student opinion at Boston College, the Undergraduate Government provides direction for student participation in the political, intellectual, social and cultural affairs of the university. In its eighth year of operation, the Undergraduate Government is designed to function as an organizer of student action. A major task is to channel, coordinate and strengthen undergraduate input into all centers of university decision-making. UGBC officers function as student ombudsmen, appoint students to a variety of university policy-making bodies, negotiate with the university on behalf of the 8000 undergraduates, and lobby for student interests. The UGBC President is the only officer of the government elected annually in a university wide election. The President is ultimately responsible for representing the undergraduate student body to the administration, and for supervising the proper functioning of the entire Undergraduate Government. Executive officers are appointed to assist the President in this task: several Executive Assistants, the Executive Secretary and the Executive Treasurer. The UGBC Cabinet is completed by the Chairpeople of the standing committees, each of whom is appointed by, and responsible to the President. The purpose of the cabinet structure is to render needed services to both the student and university communities. The UGBC budget, which totals $192,000.00 in 1974-1975, is derived from the Undergraduate Government Fee charged to each student. It is allocated through the cabinet committees and used for myriad programs and events of benefit to the student body. Through the work of the various UGBC Committees, equal emphasis can be simultaneously placed on a multitude of student life and academic concerns. A number of notable advances were made during 1974-1975 largely through the efforts of UGBC. Security and campus lighting were drastically improved, infirmary services were upgraded, a studio arts major was initiated, and the administration became increasingly sensitive to the general status of women on campus. Minor dorm renovations were made, and approval was received from the Trustees for an addition to the overcrowded Student Recreation Complex. UGBC officers were successful in convincing the administration to implement a " bottoms ' up " approach to university budgeting, and O ' Connell Hall was substantially renovated for exclusive use as a student union facility. Most importantly, however, was the realization of several longtime academic objectives of the Undergraduate Government in the report of the University Task Force on Newton College. A Center for the Arts, Communication, and Theatre was proposed by this body, and concrete recommendations were made to the university administration regarding the development of real interdisciplinary education and a living learning environment. But probably the single most important recommendation for the majority of students came in response to UGBC concern for the adequacy of existing library and study facilities. Student leaders on the Newton Task Force were successful in obtaining a recommendation to substantially increase undergraduate study seating with the establishment of an Academic Student Union on the Chestnut Hill campus. 126 J CiiTI ai-i iB. il 127 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES OF UAS NURSING SENATE 128 EVENING COLLEGE SENATE SOM SENATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION SENATE 129 PHOTO CLUB JOURNAL OF BUSINESS FILM BOARD 130 THE HEIGHTS 131 UNITED WAY COMMITTEE CROSS AND CROWN 132 STYLUS ' ■ — ' — - WIPR 133 SOM SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUND SOM REVIEW The School of Management Review is a journal of news and commentary that serves Boston College. The emphasis in reporting is investigative in nature, to provide in-depth information on the topics covered. Comments of diverse contemplation include national, foreign and business affairs. Students from all segments of the University are provided an opportunity to explore their writing talent while serving the University community. Financed by the School of Management, The Review, currently in its fifth year of operation, is widely circulated among both BC alumni and the Boston business community. 134 SOM HONORS COUNCIL SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT 135 ALPHA KAPPA PSI ¥.PPA A, BOSTON CHAPTER college: 136 ALPHA PHI OMEGA ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 137 KAPPA DELTA EPSILON f ' ri ' ' ! . t ' - A 1- .i 1 1 1 m ' - i 1 1 -J V DELTA SIGMA PI 138 FINANCE ACADEMY MARKETING ACADEMY ACCOUNTING ACADEMY 139 MENDEL CLUB This year was one of unprecedented progress for the Mendel Club. It began with the installation of four new officers, chosen in the most competitive elections in memory. (The incredible Dr. Eugene Laforet, ' 44 remained as the society ' s active and priceless Alumni Advisor.) Gene Lawnicki became Treasurer, Tom Deering Secretary, and Didi Canary Vice-President. Under the thoughtful leadership of President Charlie Pattavina, a massive reconstruction of Boston College ' s biggest society was inspired, from reforming the Biology curriculum and the pre-medical program, to reforming the club ' s constitution. Twenty-four members, representing all classes and constituencies, were appointed to the new Executive Advisory Committee and shared responsibility for club operations. Programs were begun to secure medical volunteer positions for members, and steps were taken toward establishing chapters at nearby colleges. A special " Alumni " chapter which was founded this year met promising response. The highlight of the year, the largest event in the club ' s history, came on Friday November 22, 1974, as Charlie introduced world renowned writer Isaac Asimoy_to a crowd that literally lined the walls at Roberts Center. The event, co-sponsored with the Paul Dudley White Society, was an " impossible dream " come true for Mark and Rendi, leaders of the Programs Committee, and for Peter and Charlie who had ardously negotiated the largest ever grant from the UGBC Student Activities Committee. From Rich and Janice ' s " PR " and Pat and Mina ' s " Nursing Affairs " to Carla and Al ' s " Biology Affairs " and Duane and Janet ' s " Pre-med Affairs " , more faces than ever seemed to say " Mendel Club. " 140 141 CHINESE STUDENT CLUB 142 CHESS CLUB SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS 143 O ' CONNELL STUDENT UNION 144 COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN WOMEN ' S SWIM TEAM Wellesley College Bridgewater State College Wheaton College Brandeis University Fitchburg State College Southeastern Mass. MIT Northeastern University Boston University Keene State College Andover Academy CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS Boston Intercollegiates New Englands Easterns BC OPP 62 60 591 2 691 2 80 34 85 36 107 13 90 64 90 29 55 58 74 55 145 z • 1 H ' lii fei n . P t ' i P : L Q m --■■- - ' ..:- - - B " " d H sl ?(Sg« v..s| k: :z H S SaiiiK " - ' ' - I _,:,B -- " yy-- ■ A_ . , 4:- Jk,. .-■ " -• •• ■ - ' - J MEN ' S WATER POLO BC OFF Dartmouth College 15 7 URI g 4 UNH 27 4 U of Mass. 10 12 U of Mass. 7 5 Amherst College 22 12 Bowdoin College 11 4 RPI 25 6 Southern Connecticut 11 12 Morrisville 30 2 Cathedral 31 3 NEW ENGLAND TOURNAMENT RPI 23 13 Phillips Exeter Academy 17 2 Trinity College 10 9 MIT 11 9 U of Mass. 8 4 Trinity College 11 7 Southern Connecticut 5 8 146 WOMEN ' S WATER POLO Andover Academy U of Mass. Radcliffe College Wellesley College Andover Academy BC OPP 15 6 3 6 2 6 4 15 13 3 147 6 148 MEN ' S SWIM TEAM BC OPP Bridgewater State College 36 72 Lowell Tech. Institute 55 54 Northeastern University 53 59 Nichols College 57 54 Holy Cross College Brandeis University Assumption College Bryant College Southeastern Mass. University CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS Greater Bostons - ' ' ' •X % ' _ 149 KARATE CLUB 150 COURTSIDE CLUB BC YACHT CLUB Skippers, maties, sailors and cock pit crews can all find their sea legs while sporting salty yellow slickers under the burgee of the Boston College Yacht Club. Sailing at BC is open on a full time basis during the late spring and early fall; and during the winter, special trips are made to sail at Fort Lauderdale and New Orleans. The BCYC sponsors the Varsity sailing team, along with the women ' s and freshmen ' s program in intercollegiate competition. For those who rather cruise than race, the BCYC offers recreational sailing to members weekday afternoons. This year they began an introduction-to-sail program with over 100 undergraduates learning how to sail. The BCYC uses the facilities of Community Boating on the Charles River, and those of the MIT Nautical Association. Here landlubbers are introduced to white caps, main sheets, and spinnacker poles, as beginners are also taught how to handle a sailboat. Racing sessions are also conducted with emphasis on tacking, starting and tactics. From these people, try outs are held for the Club ' s three sanctioned teams, as team assignments come from the BCYC members on a scheduled basis. 151 SCUBA CLUB 152 JUDO CLUB Judo has been practiced and taught at B.C. for the past 5 years and has been open to the entire B.C. community free of charge. In this time it has brought many and varied benefits to those who have practiced. Among these are conditioning, sharpening of coordination and reflexes, learning of an oriental derived sport, self-defense, greater awareness of the body, self-confidence and esteem, mental awareness and sharpness and very importantly, another opportunity to meet people and make friends. 154 155 FENCING 156 JOSHUA CENTER Joshua Center is a student-run and directed hotline, drop-in center located on Upper Campus in Shaw House basement. The Center maintains the philosophy that students can best be assisted by other students who have lived through, and are experiencing similar situations. Joshua Center is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Joshua Center attempts to provide the type of assistance students need in such matters as sexuality, drugs, academics, medical problems, legal details, a place to stay, a person to talk with, or general information. A complete referral file of all related community and professional services throughout the Boston metropolitan area is available. No personal records are maintained and all transactions are kept strictly confidential. PULSE The PULSE Program began as a response to student demands for greater relevancy by attempting to correlate courses and social action projects. Since its inception five years ago, PULSE has succeeded in developing a social action-academic program which fulfills student demands for a more meaningful and responsive model of learning. It has expanded upon this interest to offer students experience in various aspects of social change: e.g., personal, interpersonal, organizational and institutional change. In its various field projects, the PULSE Program offers a wide range of encounters with social problems expecting of students different degrees of sophistication. Each of the projects requires of students, skills particular to the project: e.g., instructional methods,peer counseling skills, legal research, knowledge of health and psychiatric resources. Through academic courses, students are challenged to take a critical perspective on their culture and to examine their own cultural biases. They will have the opportunity to reflect on the significance of meanings and values, and myths and structures which constitute being human. They will also be able to look at the forces which either obstruct or facilitate change on a personal, interpersonal, organizational or institutional level. Participation in both aspects of the Program is important in order that the complexity of social problems, and issues of long range change be raised. Working in an affiliated academic course offers a setting to step out of a singular field setting and share the experiences and reflections of students from other types of field projects. 157 ACCOUNTING ACADEMY: (seated 1 to r) F. Todd, Treas., W. Olivere, Pres., B. Ainsworth, V.P., Prof. A. Glynn, Advisor, (standing 1 to r) M. McEntee, S. Joyce, M. Macey, J. Downing, M. Shattuck, M. Roye, D. Doyle, P. Hernandez, C. Feldman. (missing) R. Ayotte, Sec; ALPHA KAPPA PSI: (seated 1 to r) C. Sherman, Treas., P. Armstrong, Sec, R. Carlson, Pres., R. Hammond, V.P., W.J. O ' Kane, Master of Rituals. (1st row standing 1 to r) J. Dinneen, B. Blackham, J. McMullen, W. Finnegan, J. Short, B. Pallone, P. Ohanian. (2nd row standing 1 to r) J. Garrity, J. Comeau, J. Dolan, P. Vier, P. Dorsey, P. Stafford, J. May, B. Craig.; COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN: M. Myers, Pres., C. Nohr, V.P., K. Walunas, Sec, D. Pholeric, Treas., M. Puis, Advisor; CROSS AND CROWN: K. Hyer, C. Emmert, P. LaMarche, C. Rynn, R. White, R. Zak, L. Albamonti, J. Baker, K. Balas, A. Boyle, R. Casby, C. Chapin, M. Del Sole, G. Fay, L. Fekula, J. Graeber, M. Gruszka, J. Herbert, L. Karpowich, M. Kelly, T. Kelly, M. Kiley, C. Lerien, C. Looney, M. McEnioue, J. McGovern, J. Paula, E. Regan, S. Roche, D. Russo, H. Schwarzbauer, D. Sullivan, J. Tarricone; EVENING COLLEGE SENATE: (seated 1 to r) J. Neri, J. Gannon, K. Cantwell, W. Madden, D. Harley, (2nd row standing 1 to r) J. Conry, R. Carrara, R. LeBlanc, J. McHugh, E. Belt, J. Paradiso; FINANCE ACADEMY: (seated 1 to rj K. Bannon, M. Denino. (standing 1 to r) R. Adamchak, K. Barrett, M. McNamara. (2nd row standing 1 to r) L. Montuori, M. Carlow, E. Laskas, M. McEntee; GOLD KEY BOARD OF GOVERNORS: (1 to r) N. Magnan, U. Nager, E. Mayoue, R. Comerford, R. Zembruski; GOLD KEY SENATE: (1st row 1 to r] S. Jalil, M. Kullman, C. Kuchinski, M. Mills, B. Mento, C. Emmert, E. Hoover, R. Comerford, E. Mayoue. (2nd row 1 to r) C. Sueta, P. Kavanagh, F. Todd, D. Russo, U. Nager, H. Famiglietti, J. Renton, B. Kane. {3rd row 1 to r) K. Terlaga, M. Roye, J. Lavergne, N. Magnan, Rev. J. Halpin, Moderator, J. Gurica, T. Kelly, S. Galbo, R. Zembruski. (missing) C. Chapin, D. Flynn, J. Moran, E. Regan, S. Walworth; JOURNAL OF BUSINESS: (1 to r) L. Cohen, W. Olivere, J. Grainger, Dean C. Flynn, Advisor; JUDO CLUB: (1st row 1 to r) K. Nardone, M. Mills, B. Mento. (seated 1 to r) S. Gilligan, T. Lynch, M.J. Gardiner, M. Silver, J. Ryan, P.E. O ' Hara. (standing 1 to r) K. Walsh, K. Hogan, P. Rouisse, S. Chevrette, B. Baldwin, J. Fountain. (2nd row standing 1 to r) M. Seidel, J. McColgan; PHOTO CLUB: (1st row kneeling) R. Karn, D. Mario, J. Matthews. (2nd row kneeling) G. Tousignant, K. Bloom. (3d row kneeling) L. Hamagami; PULSE: (1st row seated 1 to rJ J.J. McDonald, H. Viner, N. Budnick. (2nd row seated 1 to r) D. Gushing, J. Paula, S. Martinelli, C. A. Giles, R. Regan, Director. (3rd row standing 1 to r) L. Mentch, R. Savage, M. Mais, M. MacVean, D. Oakes, J. Bergman, B. Peterkin, M.P. McEnrue; SOM HONORS COUNCIL: (seated 1 to r) W. Nyhan, R. Samaraweera, R. Ainsworth, P. Markell, D. Capozzi. (standing 1 to r) W. Olivere, L. Cohen, K. Barrett, K. Bannon, J. Grainger; SOM REVIEW: R. Samaraweera, Editor. (1st row standing 1 to r) W. Olivere, M.A. Sperro, M.E. Reardon, T. Shea. (2nd row standing 1 to r) K. Bannon, J. Montalbano, C. Gagnon; SOM SCHOLARSHIP TRUST FUND: R. Ainsworth, M. Roye, F. Todd; SCHOOL OF ED SENATE: (seated 1 to r) K. Redmond, Treas., K. Kells, Vice-Chairman, D. Forte, Chairman, S. Childs, Sec. (standing 1 to r) R. Frasca, T. Egan, K. Morris, J. Falwell, S. Ilante, G. Kells, A. Halloran, J. Hanrahan, K. Nicolai, R. Scarsella; SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT: Col. A. Thayer, Advisor, (standing 1 to r) F. Armo, Treas., T. Stucchi, Pres., P. Brophy, T. Doty, V.P. (missing) D. Sherman, Sec; SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS: (1st row 1 to r) J. Vaughan, V.P., E. Fitzgerald, Sec. and Treas., P. LaMarche, Pres. {2nd row 1 to r) Dr. Schwebel, Advisor, D. Vanderwalker, G. Dischino, C. Pattavina, P. O ' Brien, T. Horvath, B. Cordts; STYLUS: (1 to r) J. Fulco, J. Menaghan, A. Hayden, M. Dezell. (missing) P. Ludwig; UAS: (1st row seated 1 to r) L. Bucci, D. Thompson, Chairman, M. Corraican. (2nd row seated 1 to r) C. Hamell, M. Hugo, H. Burns, S. Santos, D. Ring, R. Abislaiman, J. Graeber. (3rd row standing 1 to r) R. Peterkin, D. Deskins, W. Davies, W. Grieco, Sec. (missing) J. D ' Onofrio; UGBC EXECUTIVE CABINET: J. Moran, Pres., J. David, Exec. Asst., Academic Affairs, P. Casey, Exec. Asst. to the Pres., D. Malloy, Exec. Asst., (2nd row 1 to r) B. Dorr, J. Phillipe, P. Meehan.{3rd row 1 to r) J. Carson, K. Durand; KAPPA DELTA EPSILON: (1 to r) G. Greeley, B. Blossom; MARKETING ACADEMY: (1st row 1 to r) P. Brophy, Treas., Dr. M. Peters, Advisor, K. Zanotta, Pres. (2nd row 1 to r) R. Saginario, V.P., C. Mp-ino, Sec, D. Saccone; MENDEL CLUB: (seated 1 to r) T. Deering, Sec, C. Pattavina, Pres., E. Lawnicki, Treas. (standing 1 to r) M. Empoliti, M. Baldisseri, R. Halberstadt, C. Farrissey, J. Reindl, A. Garozzo, C. Ciolino, C. Sueta, M. Remillard, P. Dimatteo, M. Schor, F. Giardiello, J. Spada, P. Dufault, R. DiMartino, F. Sennott. (missing) D. Canary, V.P., P. Findaro, D. Deskins, L. McCluskey, L. Hassan; NURSING SENATE: Student Affairs, A. Sukiennik, Exec. Treas., P. Flood, Exec. Sec Admin. Asst.; UNITED WAY STUDENT COMMITTEE: (1st row 1 to r) R. Smith, M. Walsh. A. Chiampa, L. Montuori. (2nd row 1 to r) Prof. Viscione, R. Morgan, J. Downing, Rohan S. (3rd row 1 to r) W. Nyhan, M. Denino, K. Bannon. (missing) L. Cohen, M. Carlo, P. Kelleher; UNIVERSITY CHORALE: Senior Officers: R. Power, T. Collins, A. Brosnan, K. Ring. Junior Officers: M. Spohrer, B. O ' Neill, D. Wood, C. VanLede; YACHT CLUB: R. Julian, Varsity Team Capt,, G. Mosman, Women ' s Team Capt., M. Carpenter, Commodore, T. Kivney, Sailing Master, D. Wilson, Treas. 158 SPORTS 159 The offense moved the ball well against the Longhorns. FOOTBALL Boston College ' s football team waited one year for the chance to play the mighty Longhorns of Texas. A large number of Eagle rooters obviously did the same, for the 32,227 fans who turned out constituted the largest crowd ever at Alumni Stadium. EC ' s Fred Steinfort chipped home a field goal on the first play of the second quarter to give the Eagles a 3-0 lead. Unfortunately, it was short-lived. With its Wishbone offense running all over BC defenders the Longhorns raced to a 21-3 half-time lead. Texas displayed more runners than a thoroughbred stable to win the contest 42-19. The score is deceptive, however, because the Eagle offense performed admirably all night. BC equaled Texas ' 22 first downs, and its 422 total offensive yards was only two less than its opponent. What the team lacked was the " big play. " Texas, living up to its reputation, used its greater speed and depth to confuse and then overwhelm the Eagle defenders. Keith Barnette scored the team ' s first TD of the infant season, and quarterback Mike Kruczek scored the only other TD. BC saw in Texas the best team on its schedule, and though the Eagles lost, they displayed a fine offensive machine. As BC waited one year for the Texas game, the Owls of Temple did the same for its meeting with the Eagles. Out to avenge its only loss of the ' 73 season, a BC inflicted 45-0 shellacking, the Owls outhustled, outplayed, and outpsyched the visiting Eagles. This week the BC offense was as impotent as its defense, with Keith Barnette being the only BC player to hit pay dirt. Temple was good, but BC mistakes all but gave the game away. The defensive unit once again exhibited a lack of consistency, probably due in part to injuries which caused Ken Ladd and others to miss the action. No excuse, however, can overshadow the fact that BC played its worst game of the 1974 season. The Eagles didn ' t know it then, but the Temple game was to be the crucial game in EC ' s schedule. • Mike Esposito waits for a screen pass. Navy was a welcome relief for the belabored Eagles. Completely outclassed, the Middies succombed to the BC onslaught, 37-0. )oe Glandorf ' s fumble recovery gave BC the ball on the Navy 15 early in the game. Quickly, Keith Barnette went in over left guard for the TD. On EC ' s first long drive Mike Esposito carried 5 times to allow Barnette to score from the 3 yd. line for a 12-0 lead. When Dave Almeida ' s interception set up EC ' s third TD, 160 As Kruczek (8) fakes and Krevis (72) blocks, Barnette breaks for yardage against the Mountaineers of West Virginia. on yet another Barnette run, the score was 20-0 at the end of the first quarter. An exciting 33-yard TD pass from Kruczek to Mike Godbolt, together with a Steinfort 50 yard FG, completed the romp that allowed BC to taste victory for the first time in ' 74. William and Mary brought a good team to the Heights to do battle with the Eagles. When the dust had cleared after a hard-hitting game, the Eagles had won a tough 31-16 decision. The game was closer than the score indicates, however, as the visitors tallied 372 yards. EC ' s offense was the deciding factor, getting almost 300 yards, rushing, and 459 overall. Dave Zumbach scored twice, Barnette and Earl Strong once each, and Fred Steinfort added another 50 yarder. The offensive line of Krevis, Marinelli, Magee and Schindler did an exceptional job all day, opening the holes that let the backfield run wild. The Boston College-Pittsburgh tilt was supposed to showcase two of the finest runners in the country, BC ' s Mike Esposito and Pitt ' s Tony Dorsett. Side-lined by a leg injury, Espo watched Dorsett rip the Eagle defense apart. Running only 14 times the quick Panther totaled 191 yards and three touchdowns. BC made few mistakes, but the speed of the Pitt team was too much to handle. Fred Steinfort tied his own record with a 52 yard field goal, and with a fourth quarter TD jaunt by Keith Barnette, provided one of the few offensive highlights. Lack of consistency on offense neutralized Mike Kruczek ' s fine performance (14 of 23 for 146 yards) while the defense again was porous. The final score saw Pittsburgh victorious, 35-11. BC once again showed a talented squad that could not play up to its potential. BC ' s frustration in losing to two Pennsylvania teams erupted in the form of 55-7 slaughter of Villanova. The defense was superb, holding Villanova to a total of 16, yes, 16 yards rushing. A healthy Mike Esposito returned Earl Strong (44) follows Keith Barnette ' s (27) blocking. 16] Eagle defenders swarm over hapless opponent. with 151 yards and two touchdowns, and his efforts, combined with those of Barnette and Earl Strong gave BC nearly 400 yards on the ground. The greedy BC offense garnered 31 first downs, and Mike Kruczek once again revealed precision passing. Ken Ladd intercepted a Villanova pass and returned it 15 yards to set up the Eagles ' fourth TD. All in all, the Eagles played superb all around, giving signs of finally putting it all together, and the team was not to be denied. Hard to imagine, yet alone achieve, the BC Eagles were even more impressive in the next contest. Facing a talented West Virginia team at Alumni Stadium the Eagles gave a total team effort, winning 35-3. The victory was dampered, however, by the loss of Mike Esposito for the remainder of the season. The greatest running back in Boston College football history suffered a dislocated shoulder in the early minutes of the second quarter. Earl Strong was a more than adequate replacement, however, totaling 108 yards on the day. The defense, which suddenly seemed to find itself, held the Mountaineers to 186 yards. Ken Ladd intercepted a pass, and the linebacking crew of Bill Smith, Brian Clemente, Alex MacLellan, and John Murphy excelled. Traditional powerhouse Tulane rolled into Alumni Stadium and the Eagles promptly sent them packing. BC Keith Barnette (27) scoring one of his 22 touchdowns, a B.C. Season record. 162 dominated throughout the game, earning its third straight, impressive victory, 27-3. The tandem of Barnette (156 yds.) and Strong (143 yds.) ran over defenders all day, and the passing of Mike Kruczek to Howie Richardson and Dave Zumbach made for a balanced BC attack. Fred Steinfort added insult to injury with a recordbreaking 55 yard field goal, proving himself to be the finest pace-kicker in the hemisphere. Big Al Krevis played with a vengeance in the offensive line and completely outplayed his adversary, Ail-American Charlie Hall. With 428 total offensive yards it was a devastating win for a BC team that continued to prove itself. t J Place kicker Fred Steinfort set a BC record with a 55-yard field goal against Tulane. Junior Keith Barnette was named Honorable Mention All-American. Head Coach Joe Yukica says Mike Kruczek was, " The finest junior Q.B. I ' ve ever had. " 163 Earl Strong did a fine job after Esposito was lost for the season. Syracuse football has seen hard times recently, but the Eagles were in no mood to fool around. With the precision of an experienced executioner, BC disposed of the Orangemen in systematic fashion, winning 45-0. Barnette tied Mike Esposito ' s season record for touchdowns scored with his 17th of the season, and added 196 yards rushing. Kruczek found Dave Zumbach for six pass completions and the latter became BC ' s third all-time leading receiver with yet another year to play. The defense was again in top form, holding Syracuse to 8 first downs and only 84 total yards. The offensive line manufactured gaping holes in the Syracuse defense to allow the Eagles to rush for an impressive 347 yards. Not contented with mere 45 point victories, Boston College mocked UMass with a ridiculous 70-8 romp. Annihilation is too easy a word to describe the Eagle onslaught that was unleashed at Amherst. The defeat was the worst ever suffered by the Minutemen as they were totally outclassed. Keith Barnette and Earl Strong The trio of Kruczek, Barnette and Strong all return in 1975. Mike Kruczek set an NCAA passing record and won the O ' Melia Trophy in the Holy Cross game. 164 combined for five TDs and Mike Kruczek hit on 12 of 18 for 187 yds. and two touchdowns. UMass did, however, become the first team to score a touchdown against the rugged Eagle defense in over three weeks. EC ' s reserves got a chance to play, and anybody who bet on BC did not have to worry about beating the spread. In a game that was once competitive, Boston College surprised no one with a 38-6 victory over traditional rival Holy Cross. Earl Strong ran 19 yds. for a 7-0 lead, swiftly followed by a Barnette scoring dash of 1 yard, a Steinfort field goal (a modest 52 yarder), and a 30-yard Kruczek to Zumbach TD toss. Reliable Jerry Concannon replaced Kruczek and promptly threw to Don Peterson for the fourth Eagle touchdown and a 31-0 halftime lead. In the second half the story was the same, and out went the Eagles ' first-stringers. For the game, BC totaled 497 yards and the defense allowed only 9 first downs. Mike Kruczek set a new NCAA mark for passing accuracy in a season (68.87%) with 9 of 12 for 124 yds. and won the O ' Melia Trophy as the game ' s outstanding player. Keith Barnette finished as the leading scorer in the nation with 22 TDs for the year. BC finished with a fine, yet frustrating, record of 8-3. Following the loss to Pittsburgh the Eagles experienced their " Great Awakening, " winning six straight, while out-scoring the combined opposition 270-27. The offensive and defensive units came of age and reached their full potential. BC ' s loss to Temple ruined any chance for a Bowl game, and thus the frustration. The fact that for six weeks BC fielded one of the most exciting teams in the country, however, lends some reassurance for next year. Mike Esposito will be sorely missed, as will Big Al Krevis, Brian Clemente, Ken Ladd and Alex MacLellan. But much talent remains for another exciting season next year. With Notre Dame as BC ' s first opponent. Eagle rooters hope the ' 75 team continues 1974 ' s winning ways. 165 BC OPP 19 Texas 42 7 Temple 34 37 Navy 31 William Mary 16 11 Pittsburgh 35 55 Villanova 7 35 West Virginia 3 27 Tulane 3 45 Syracuse 70 Univ. of Massachusetts 8 38 Holy Cross 6 Senior " Big Al " Krevis was named All-American at offensive tackle. 166 Mike Esposito set numerous career records before he was injured against West Virginia. 167 SOCCER The 1974-1975 Boston College Soccer Team ended its season with a record of 6-8-2. The mark is deceptive, however, because a number of injuries plagued the team throughout the year and often frustrated the team ' s chances of winning games it could have won if healthy. Especially hard-hit was the important fullback position, where George Szondy, Bill Fraser, Chuck Moran, Mike Perry and Martin Carney all missed segments of the season. The team, under the coaching of Hans Westerkamp and Jeff Getler, deserves praise for doing as well as it did. Playing in the Greater Boston League the Eagles were the surprise team, compiling its best record ever — 2-1-1. This included an impressive win over perennial power BU. The defense was superb in that game as it protected a one-goal lead for the 2-1 victory. BC lacked a sustained offensive attack over the course of the season as the team never scored more than two goals in a game. With a reasonably healthy squad this undoubtedly would have improved. The Soccer Team said goodbye to graduating goalie Ryder d ' Elia, a starter for four years. Also leaving are Co-Captains Gary Burdett and Mark McGuire, the latter a Boston League AU-Star selection. They will be missed next year, but next year ' s Co-Gaptains Martin Carney and William Fraser are sure to head a talented and enthusiastic squad. 168 » -vv - 1 W«l»lH ' l " " . - ' » ' ' .ri S - ' ; w3 oKssa! « " " - " " ' . " Vs p " ' » J.w... .; ,. ™ BC Soccer 2 Bentley U. Mass 2 Argentinian Naval Academy Babson 2 Merrimack Assumption 2 Nichols 1 Harrington 2 Tufts 1 M.I.T. Providence 2 Brandeis 2 Boston University 1 Rhode Island 1 U. Conn Holy Cross OPP 4 1 2 1 3 6 1 5 1 1 3 4 2 " Greater Boston League Games 169 170 TRACK Boston College ' s track team enjoyed a very satisfying and successful indoor season. Competing against ten schools, the Eagles were victorious against eight. This included a fine third-place finish in the Greater Boston Meet. The squad was quite strong in the track events, and impressive wins came at the expense of Dartmouth (69-67) in a dual meet, and BU and Tufts in a tri-meet (BC 97, BU 30, Tufts 21). Coaches William Gilligan and Thomas Meagher had much talent to work with. Their ace once again was junior Keith Francis. Running in the mile, the two-mile relay, the 600 yd. run, as well as the 1000 yd. run, Francis was always impressive. His personal highlight came in the Millrose Game at Madison Square Garden when he won the 1000 yd. run in a speedy 2:08.4. Also, his time of 1:10.1 in the 600 yd. run was the fastest by a New England runner. Freshman Neil Green and Phil Haggard both did well in the 60 yd. dash, while Joe Drey ( ' 76) handled the shot-put in more-than-adequate fashion. The two-mile relay team of Leo Vercollone [ ' 77], Stephen Lowel [ ' 77], James Goggin ( ' 75), and Keith Francis ( ' 76) had an excellent 7:36.6 clocking. With most of the athletes returning next year, the future track outlook is quite optimistic. The team will, however, miss senior co-captains Sal Trovato and Gary Emond. The upcoming spring season will undoubtedly be just as successful as the winter season was. 171 RUGBY • ' Jl: , ' • Boston College ' s Rugby Club once again fielded three teams during the fall season, and the " A " team compiled a disappointing 3-6-0 record. The squad lost eighteen players due to graduation, so the emphasis this year was definitely on youth, with only two seniors on the team. With only five returning players, the bulk of the members was juniors and sophomores. Co-captains Jim Daly ( ' 75] and Mike O ' Brian ( ' 75) were standouts at their positions, and they were supported by the improved playing of juniors Al Pollock (wing-forward). Hank Gorsky (lock), John Caroccia (prop) and Paul Fitzgerald (wing-forward). The highlight of the season came, interestingly enough, in a losing cause. The " A " team lost 16-12 to " Old Gold, " EC ' s alumni team, but played quite well in an enjoyable match. Lack of experience was the deciding factor in the game, but the Rugby Club made a fine showing. Another highlight was a hard-fought win over Massachusetts. The team exhibited a sustained competitive spirit throughout the schedule, and reached the semi-final of the N.Y. Seven Man Rugby Tournament. Also, in March 40 men will sojourn to Florida to compete in the Gainesville Tournament. The " B " team finished with a respectable 5-4 record. Players on both squads worked hard all year to learn the game and improve. Because of this the Club is optimistic regarding the Spring campaign. But no matter what its record, the Rugby Club succeeded in enjoying itself through fine athletic competition and in the final analysis that alone made for a " winning " season. 172 173 t .. BASKETBALL Bolstered.by Boston College ' s fine third-place finish in last year ' s National Invitational Tournament, the Eagle basketball faithful could not help but expect bigger and better things in 1974-75. Coach Bob Zuffalato ' s excellent recruiting garnered sweet success in ' 73- ' 74 (21-9 record), and this year ' s talent-packed squad insured more. The plethora of talent, in fact, gave Coach " Zuff " the luxury of opting for a one-guard offense. With nimble Captain Mel Weldon charged with directing the offense, BC started possible its tallest front-court ever with sophomore center Paul Berwanger (6 ' 11 " ), forward Bill Collins (6 ' 10 " ] and Wingmen Wilfred Morrison (6 ' 6 " ) and Bob Carrington (6 ' 6 " ). Added to this great potential was a reserve squad both talented and deep. Junior forward Syd Sheppard (6 ' 8 " ), and guards Mitch Buonoguro ( ' 75) and Mike Shirey ( ' 77] were the first to be called to spot the starters. The only question mark on the season was the general youth of the team, and how well the great talent could work together. In any post-season tournament the team would need a ready reserve if difficulties arose. BC definitely was good on paper (Sports Illustrated ranked the team 20th in the country in its season preview) — performance alone would ensure a NCAA berth. In mid-November Boston College defeated St. Mary ' s of Halifax in an exhibi tion game, but the contest served as a valuable " primer " for the Eagles ' first official test of ' 74- ' 75 — versus LeMoyne. The outcome was predictable before opening tip-off — predictable because the visitors from Syracuse lacked both height and depth. That BC ' s superior front-court height overwhelmed its opponent is seen in the Eagles ' 50-14 advantage in rebounds. Playing a tough man-to-man defense, BC pressured the Dolphins into 33 turnovers, and at the other end of the court hit 60% of their shots. With Bob Carrington (25 pts) and Will Morrison (19 pts) leading the way all five Eagle starters hit for double figures and Coach Zuffalato cleared his bench early in the second half as BC coasted to a 113-66 win to start the season right. The Crimson of Harvard came to the Heights to become the Eagles ' second victim — but it wasn ' t easy. Harvard seems to save its finest games for BC, and it was only the latter ' s greater talent and depth that held off the well-coached squad from Cambridge. The final was 70-66 BC, and Paul Berwanger (12 pts) and Bill Collins (16 pts) complemented Will Morrison ' s high 17 pts. The Eagles outrebounded the Crimson 35-27 while hitting on 48% of their shots. Sophomore guard Mike Shirey performed well as he spotted for Mel Weldon. The team won but it did not perform at the level its talent indicated it should. The Eagles left the friendly confines of Roberts Center and ventured to Kingston to meet the Rams of Rhode Island in their first away game. Again, BC ' s height gave it the edge in rebounding (41.36), but the secret to success in this game came in the form of Will Morrison. The exceptional all-around game played by the aggressive junior wingman is quickly seen in his stats — 10 field goals in 14 attempts, 5 of 5 from the foul line, and 9 rebounds for a game-high 25 pts. Bill Collins and Bob Carrington combined for 41 pts and Mel Weldon issued 8 assists as the high-flying Eagles returned to their home with a satisfying 88-67 victory. Northeastern next visited Roberts Center and after Will Morrison ' s admirable antics against Rhode Island, the big men. Bill Collins and Paul Berwanger, must have decided to get into the act. Collins was everywhere, playing both offense and defense to near Mel Weldon was often called the quickest guard in New England. Bill Collins was consistently awesome under the boards. 175 Will Morrison drives for 2 en route to the Beanpot Championship. perfection. His 27 pts and 20 rebounds were both game highs, and Berwanger added 20 pts and 10 rebounds in the sophomores ' best showing of the young season. EC ' s team defense held the Huskies to a poor 37% shooting night, while the BC offense was once again balanced and strong. The final score, 103-78, is proof of that and the Eagles had their fourth win. BC travelled to Jamaica, NY over the Christmas recess to battle the Redmen of St. John ' s. This shaped up as the Eagles ' toughest challenge of the young season, even though the host team was riding a three game losing streak upon entering the game. Exam week ' s inactivity took its toll on the Eagles ' game, and Will Morrison was not 100% healthy, but the plain fact of the matter was St. John ' s wanted the game more than BC and outplayed the visitors from Chestnut Hill. The Redmen enjoyed a 40-35 half-time edge, but capitalized on BC turnovers in the final period to win 75-62. St. John ' s became the first team to outrebound the Eagles (50-43) even though BC ' s players had a definite height advantage. Mel Weldon scored 12 pts and Bob Carrington 18, but no one played very well. December 26 marked the opening of the Far West Classic held in Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon. One of eight participating squads, BC ' s initial foes were t!.e Sun Devils of Arizona State. The Eagles travelled west with the knowledge that only a return to earlier season form would promise success, but also knowing that they were capable of winning the championship. Unfortunately, the sporadic play exhibited against St. John ' s held over, and BC lost a rough game, 81-73. Arizona State outrebounded the Eagles 45-35, and successfully neutralized the scoring of Bob Carrington (24 pts) and Will Morrison (16 pts) with a balanced attack. BC hit 50% of its shots, but the team ' s movement lacked smoothness as the squad only attempted 62 field goals. Arizona State, on the other hand, launched 19 more att empts as the BC defense was porous at critical points in the game. The twenty-five BC turnovers also contributed heavily to the defeat. Next up was a powerful Creighton team. BC played improved basketball but lost a squeaker, 62-61. The Eagles enjoyed a 43-26 rebounding difference against a fine Creighton front-court, but porous defense and costly turnovers prevented the squad from taking full advantage of it. Will Morrison, Paul Berwanger and Bill Collins did a good job controlling the board. Jeff Bailey and Jeff Jurgens contributed 16 pts combined to go with the good offensive work of Mel Weldon (16 pts). BC had lost its third game of the season, its second of the tournament, but showed signs of finally returning to earlier form. Fortunately, BC finished its western stay on a happy note by defeating Iowa, 86-81. The team did not play exceedingly well, hitting only 37% of its shots (33 of 88)compared to Iowa ' s 45%, but BC did take advantage of many Hawkeye errors and edged the opponent in rebounds, 26-22. Will Morrison was the star of the game, hitting on 13 of 23, as he finished with 34 points. Bill Collins was also impressive with 16 rebounds. BC won primarily because it made the most of Iowa ' s mistakes. 176 Paul Berwanger skies for a rebound against Fordham. Bob Carrington leaves his defender speechless. The total picture showed that BC had not played up to potential in the Far West Classic. The Eagles returned with an unexpected and disappointing 5-3 record. The team faced the crucial task of regaining its confidence and form before the season grew much older. The BC-Penn State game was, as always, a rough and physical contest. The Eagles treated the 4000 Penn State fans to a smart, well-executed and exciting game. The physical Penn State front-court outrebounded BC (44-39), but good defensive work by BC netted 17 Penn State turnovers. Mel Weldon held the Nittany Lions ' best guard to only 6 points while he scored 14 and totaled 12 assists and 6 steals. Will Morrison was the BC sparkplug with 29 points, while Paul Berwanger (16 rebounds) and Bob Carrington (22 pts) were also there when needed. This game marked the start of an important phase of the season for the Eagles, and the 82-71 BC win ooded well for the future. St. Joseph ' s hosted the Eagles in Philadelphia and the result was a wide-open, run-and-gun affair. In the first half, BC rushed to an imposing 49-36 lead, due mostly to the inside scoring of Bill Collins and Will Morrison. The second half saw the teams score equal points, and BC won 97-84. Collins added 18 big rebounds to his game high 27 points, while Morrison and Bob Carrington added 21 pts and 18 pts respectively. Junior Syd Sheppard nabbed seven rebounds before his hometown friends, and senior Mitch Buonoguro alternated with sophomore Mike Shirey in subbing for Mel Weldon. When BC played Boston University in the opening round of the annual Beanpot Tournament it marked the team ' s first appearance in Roberts Center in a month. The Eagles obviously were glad to be home, and with help from the welcome cheering of 3,500 fans the team shot 50% from the floor, held off an inspired Terrier effort, and revenged last year ' s upset loss to BU in the Beanpot Final. Holding a slim 44-41 lead at intermission the BC shooting became torrid in the second half, with Bob " Smooth " Carrington (28 pts). Will " Phred " Morrison (16 pts) and Paul Berwanger (12 pts) leading the way. Freshman Jeff Barley added 9 pts, while once again Bill Collins was the big rebounder, netting 14. When Harvard beat Northeastern it earned the right to face BC for the Beanpot Championship. Playing at BU, Harvard once again played well against the Eagles. The 44-37 BC edge at the halfway mark was hard-earned as 178 the action under the boards was very physical. The Eagles ' frontline forged a 39-27 advantage in reboundings. Will Morrison with 31 pts (14 of 27, 11 rebounds) continued his excellent play and strengthened his reputation as EC ' s best all-around player. " Mr. Instant Offense, " Bob Carrington, was also exceptional (26 pts) as he employed numerous wonder-shots from his repertoire on his way to the tournament ' s MVP trophy and a new tournament scoring record. BC won, 86-77, for its fifth victory in a row. In recent years traditional rival Holy Cross has seen lean basketball days. Not so this year. When the Crusaders entered Roberts Center they were sporting the best record in New England, even though the squad relied on freshmen and sophomores. The contest was excitement itself — not only because of the rivalry, but because for both teams this was a BIG game. It pitted the more talented Eagles against a more disciplined Cross, and a capacity crowd of 4,300 was there to witness the sixty-ninth chapter in the rivalry ' s history. BC quieted the Crusader rooters with an early 10-4 spurt that forced a Cross time out. Wilfred Morrison led this early charge, and Bob Carrington followed as the two juniors combined for 36 first half points and gave BC a 46-40 halftime lead. The Eagles were playing confidently, but twenty minutes doesn ' t make a basketball game. ' The second half saw BC fall apart — and the disciplined Cross style made every BC mistake h urt. The BC defense became lethargic and turnovers increased. The Eagle offense sputtered and was held to only 24 pts in the second half on 35% shooting. The patient Crusaders built a 71-64 lead with time running out and the final score saw Holy Cross victorious, 77-70. The Eagles lost a tough one, but their main fault was lack of a balanced attack — Bob Carrington and Will Morrison garnered all but 14 of BC ' s offensive total. When they got cold, no one picked up the scoring load. Win or lose, it was a classic match, and the crowd saw some great basketball. The Eagles, to be sure, looked forward to the February rematch in Worcester. The Big Green of Dartmouth played BC in a rare Monday night game, and the attendance was extremely low. When Dartmouth opted for a slow-down offense the game got so boring that many of the few who came to watch wished they hadn ' t. Although the tactic undoubtedly aided the visitors from New Hampshire, it wasn ' t what BC had in mind, and the Eagles had to struggle to a 61-55 victory. Freshman Jeff Bailey led both teams with 23, and Will Morrison added 15. In New Haven, Conn, the Eagles faced another Ivy League team — but Yale wasn ' t as gun-shy as Dartmouth had been. Happy to be running once more, Boston College won big, 103-78. The Eagles outrebounded the Elis 51-46, and enjoyed a balanced scoring attack. Carrington, with 25 pts and 8 rebounds, joined with Will Morrison (20 pts, 10 rebounds) to spearhead the offense. When Paul Berwanger got in foul trouble, 6 ' 11 " senior Herrick Lengers substituted more than adequately (6 of 9, 7 rebounds, 12 pts), and Mitch Buonaguro spotted Weldon and also did a fine job. The game was sloppy at times (33 turnovers for each team) but the emphasis was definitely on offense. The team scored its points, and in doing so prepared itself for the approaching crucial point of the season. Syracuse brought a 10-2 record to Boston College for the first of three very important games within eight days. Employing a fine zone defense the Eagles were able to hold Syracuse to 29 first half points while scoring 36. The aggressive rebounding by Paul Berwanger (11) was important throughout the game, and in that category BC built a 41-30 advantage. Mel Weldon played a fine game — personally breaking the Syracuse press time and again with his up-court rushes that usually led to baskets Will Morrison taking his man to the hoop for 2. 179 by either Morrison (23 pts) or Collins (18 pts). Together they destroyed Syracuse ' s famed 2-3 defense with superb shooting. The lightning quick guard also scored 15 pts in the impressive 79-73 BC win. The victory served to quiet some of the critics who said BC couldn ' t win the big game. But with " biggies " Providence and Forham upcoming others decided to reserve judgement. BC raised its record to a fine 12-4. 4000 plus fans made a sauna out of Roberts Center when 16th ranked Providence College arrived to challenge the Eagles. Revenging last year ' s overtime loss, Boston College played some fifteen minutes of perfect basketball, and led by guard Mel Weldon opened a 22 point lead (55-33) with 17 minutes left in the game. The half saw BC leading 45-31, but the Eagles ' super-aggressive man-to-man defense gave way to the arm-waving zone defense and BC ' s lead grew. When the Eagles fought off Providence ' s late charge the ball game belonged to BC, 85-77, and Mel Weldon had played his finest game as an Eagle with 30 pts (10 of 14, 10 for 10 free throws, 4 assists) and was awarded the MVP trophy. The game, and in particular that 15 minute stretch of beauty, was an exhibition of all talent working together. Bob Carrington (19 pts, 9 assists) and Will Morrison (22 pts, 15 rebounds) were superb, while Bill Collins and Paul Berwanger dominated inside. But Weldon did it all — his defense held the PC guard to only 10 pts, and when the cheers had died away Providence ' s domination of New England basketball was over (PC hadn ' t lost to a N.E. team in over three years) and Boston College had picked up the crown. The victory over Syracuse and the rampage against Providence commenced BC ' s return to national attention. On February 1st the Eagles were showcased on E.C.A.C. television with the Rams of Fordham and the throng in attendance knew a good BC performance couldn ' t hurt in the rankings. Well, the Eagles promptly whipped Fordham 91-74 to go 14-4 on the season and " Phred " Morrison in the big win over Providence. 180 The Eagles were forced to travel to Amherst in a heavy snowstorm to play the Minutemen of Massachusetts. The Eagles were obviously tired when play began and they were never sharp throughout the game. A 17-3 UMass lead was erased when BC tied 17-17, but the Minutemen quickly spurted to a 6 pt lead and a 37-31 halftime lead. In the second half, BC couldn ' t keep up with the home team, and trailed by 17 with two minutes to go. The final score saw Massachusetts defeat BC, 80-71. Will Morrison led BC with 21 pts and Carrington and Berwanger combined for 38 pts in the losing effort. Coach Zuffalato was unwise, many thought, to play the starting five virtually the whole way. Realizing that no alibi was good enough to explain the loss at UMass, the Eagles hosted a talented Villanova team. With their play in no way resembling the effort at Amherst, BC thrilled the 3,300 at Roberts Center with aggressive offensive reboQnding that allowed the team second and third shots throughout the contest. The game was close, however, until the Eagles put the game away in the last four minutes of the first half in an 18-6 scoring burst. The 48-36 half-time advantage brought the squad a well-deserved applause as it left the court. Bob Carrington (28 pts) and Will Morrison (24 pts) were aided by some excellent shooting by Jeff Bailey (8 pts) as the Eagles won their fifteenth game in nineteen attempts, 94-80. Only a complete breakdown in the final five games (Fairfield, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Connecticutt and New Hampshire) could have barred the Eagles from an invitation to the New England NCAA qualifying tournament. A 20-5 record was within reach, but the competition was not easy. If the team faltered, however, a return to the NIT was virtually assured. Either way the season would have to be considered successful. The team ' s preference, however, was the NCAA Tournament. Hopefully, the team will have earned its wish. Senior Mel Weldon will be sorely missed next year, but the younger players will be ready to step in. Its also goodbye to the indomitable Mitch Buonoguro, whose talent always far exceeded his playing time. If only for his exceptional attitude and unyielding dedication to Eagle basketball, Mitch exemplified the spirit that made the Eagles winners. Syd Sheppard was one of the " super subs. " solidify their chances for an NCAA Tournament bid. Using a vicious man-to-man defense as well as fine team work and rebounding, BC molded a 37-24 lead with five minutes left in the first half. Will Morrison led the offense with beautiful jumpers from the corners and BC led at the half 45-33. Bob Carri ngton picked up the tempo early in the second half as the Eagle lead widened to 62-43 with twelve minutes left to play. " Smooth " Carrington finished with 27 pts, " Phred " Morrison had 22, and Bill " Russell " Collins, 17. Mel Weldon continued his excellent play with 12 pts, and 6 assists. BC also outrebounded the Rams 38-26. Most important, the Eagles continued to mature and their style of play, strong and balanced, had developed to the level of their talent. 181 Freshman Jeff Bailey was impressive with his fine play wS Billy Collins scoops another rebound. 182 SCORES BC BASKETBALL 113 LeMoyne 70 Harvard 88 Rhode Island 103 Northeastern 62 St. John ' s 73 Arizona State 61 Creighton 86 Iowa 82 Penn State 97 St. Joseph ' s 86 Boston Univ.+ 86 Harvard + 70 Holy Cross 61 Dartmouth 103 Yale 79 Syracuse 85 Providence 91 Fordham 71 Massachusetts 94 Villanova Far West Classic +Beanpot Tournament OPP 66 66 67 78 75 81 62 81 71 84 78 77 77 55 78 73 77 74 80 80 Herrick Langers did well spotting at center. 183 HOCKEY 184 ' J - : i- U IL. n iiStiiii l r -i ngyog ii _.Siiffll3es- " ii: ■■. TBL«S;.. " - ■itU ijj a ' " With four starters having seen at least one year of action, Coach Len Ceglarski ' s Eagles held promise of improving a 16-12-0 in ' 74- ' 75. Richie Smith steadily moved up BC ' s all time scorers ' list, and senior co-captains Mark Riley and Rich Hart returned to the Heights to lend needed experience and a hard-hitting two-way threat. But great experience was surely lacking. The season ' s initial game at McHugh Forum seemed to fulfill all hopes and more. Richie Smith and Mark Riley blasted the Boston State net for a combined 7 goals, with a little help from their friends, as BC coasted to a 13-1 victory and a rendezvous with St. Louis University. The victory bubble burst the following week on the same ice. BC scored first, then swapped goals to lead 2-1 going into the second period. St. Louis, having lost to the Eagles in four previous encounters, hammered BC ' s defense for three additional while the Eagle offense scored twice to tie at 4-4. Unrelenting, the Billikins scored twice midway into the third period and BC, or more particularly, Mark Albrecht, repeated the feat. The final scoreless eight minutes carried the contest into overtime with St. Louis connecting in the last 14 seconds to deny higher Eagle expectations by a 7-6 score. The story was much the same at Brown. BC ' s offense and defense mobilized slowly, picked up slightly in the second period to trail 4-3 and then tied it at 6 for yet another overtime session. No last ditch score here. The game ended in a tie and the Eagles winged back to McHugh and St. Anselms. High points: sophomore goalie Bill Wilkens repelled 40 assaults and Richie Smith had his second hat trick in three games. Against St. Anselm ' s the Eagles clipped the Hawks ' wings in a scoring fest which allowed just about everyone a piece of the action. Nine Eagles scored nine times as BC held St. Anselm ' s to only one-third their tally. Capitalizing on their momentum, BC charged and Northeastern reeled to 3 Eagle goals in the early going, but the Huskies held on to trail by just one at the end of the first period. Thereafter they were allotted just one more goal by Wilkens, and the BC offense scored steadily in a coordinated effort to win 7-4. A four goal third period broke a 2-2 tie and swept the Friars of Providence past BC on their home ice. The Eagles clawed back in the final minutes desperately trying for three straight wins, but they finished one score shy and lost 5-4. Awaiting Notre Dame and other formidable foes the BC record was a shaky 3-2-1. A rabid 4200 showed up in McHugh to see if the " Irish " were all that good at fighting. They were. Avenging last year ' s Eagle win the squad from South Bend romped in a 7-4 non-contest and led 2-0 in the first and 4-1 in the second. That BC kept pace in the third period was the only highlight when Riley and Hart saved some face. On December 27 the hockey team flew west hoping to find relief in Denver. Bill Wilkens was excellent in goal, turning away numerous Denver onslaughts, while his more offensive-minded teammates kept most of the action in the Denver zone. The final, 5-2, brought BC its fourth win of the year. The next night saw BC-Denver in a repeat engagement. Denver scored four in the final stages to win 10-4, and split the two-game series with 165 the Eagles. Wilkens turned away 43 shots as he got little defe nsive support — Albrecht and Riley, thankfully, clipped in three goals. Their last four games, characterized by sporadic excellence, BC finally put it all together before 4000 Providence-partial fans. Led by Rich Smith and Co. the Eagles methodically chipped away at the Friars defense and allowed goals at a slightly slower pace. Leading by one into the second period and by two entering the third, BC won 7-4 and avenged their earlier loss to Providence. Boston College ' s hockey team began the New Year playing a strong Cornell squad in the ECAC Holiday Tournament at Madison Square Garden. The tempo was torrid from the opening face off as the emphasis was definitely on offense. The teams played even until the last period when the Eagles faltered and Big Red escaped with a hard-fought 10-7 win. BC had played well, but once again victory eluded the Eagles. Playing Brown in the tourney ' s consolation game the Eagles were denied again, 6-4. The sea-saw match was exciting nonetheless, as the teams were tied 4-4 until late in the game when Brown split the defense to go ahead. The Browns ' final tally came when BC pulled its goalie, as Brown added insult to injury. How well could a team steadily drifting below the .500 mark hope to rebound against the number one ranked team in the nation? Well, BC didn ' t quite pull off the miracle against Harvard but came quite close, scaring the Crimson, and reviving their own sinking spirits. The Eagles played their best game to date, matching the Crimson ' s first period goal in the second period but succumbed 2-1 in the final moments on a beautifully executed Harvard shot that eluded goalie Bill Wilkens. Coach Len Ceglarski was pleased: " I couldn ' t have asked our kids to do any more. I think we played a tremendous game. " Harvard Coach Cleary agreed: " BC played the best against us of all the teams we ' ve faced this year. " 186 Still seeking the elusive win, the Eagles next faced another powerful division one team — New Hampshire. BC started promisingly by scoring first, but the Wildcats took advantage of numerous Eagle defensive errors and ripped off 5 unanswered scores. The 5-1 loss gave the Eagles their fourth straight loss. Cornell sojourned to McHugh to do battle with BC, and the latter shocked the visitor by scoring almost immediately. Sophomore Tom Songin blasted two goals and the Eagles led 3-1 after the first period. The Big Red, not accustomed to playing catch-up, found itself still trailing by two after the second period. In the third period BC wasted an otherwise fine performance by making stupid mistakes which allowed Cornell to tie 6-6, and preserve its 16-3 series advantage over BC. The only consolation was that the team hadn ' t lost. Adherring to the usual game plan, BC came on fast and furious against the number two Eastern team, Boston University. A Bob Ferriter to Rich Smith pass tied the score 1-1 after the first period, but then defensive troubles once again appeared. Goalie Wilkens was bombarded at close range by the Terriers and BU had a 10-3 victory to end a long drought at McHugh Forum. The losses had become epidemic as a weak Dartmouth squad was to prove. The Ivy League opponent scored early and never trailed, forcing BC into the familiar catch- ' em-if-you-can situation. Behind 2-1 in the first and 5-3 in the second period, the Eagles lost another, 8-6. What little glory there was was shared — six Eagles scored, including all five starters. The attendance and the score at McHugh were true to form against St. Lawrence. The former was numerous (3100) and the latter was minimal. Usually, a strong team, the Skating Saints were limping a bit but they still managed to outdistance the low-flying Eagles, 5-1. BC got many offensive opportunities, but was unable to score until Bob Ferriter avoided the shut-out with a beautiful play. The New Year ' s drought mercifully ended in McHugh on Jan. 27. Having gone winless 8 straight games, the longest such streak in the Heights hockey history, the Eagles eagerly pounced and trounced weak Yale — winless in ECAC play — and enjoyed every minute of it. Rich Hart and gang tore into the Bulldog defense with 4 goals in the first 15 minutes. Two more goals in the second period brought BC a welcomed 6-2 victory, and Coach Ceglarski his 299th career win. 3800 fans turned out at McHugh to see BC battle New Hampshire. The Eagles had just ended their miseries impressively enough to suggest that earlier potential was still there, and NH was ranked 4th in the division. Everyt hing checked for the young Eagles as they won for their coach. Tom Songin scored quickly and after NH reciprocated. Rich Smith put BC ahead 2-1 after one period. The action reversed in the second period and a 3-3 standoff started the game ' s finale. Richie Smith and Mark Albrecht both scored quickly and BC added another (open net) to win 6-4. Freshman goalie Dale Redmond was a welcome surprise as he played very well. The BC Eagles presented Coach Len Ceglarski with a commenorative hockey stick after the game — 300th career win. Before BC met with BU in the Beanpot Tourney, Terrier coach Jack Parket appraised: " If BC beat a fine NH team, it has to have something going for it. " The Eagles indeed had much going for them, revenges, and then goals — three of them by the end of the second period to BU ' s 1. Hart scored first, freshman Paul Barrett stuffed in a loose puck, and Smith drove one past BU ' s goalie with a dramatic penalty shot. The score was tied 3-3, however, after some costly BC penalties and BU won 5-3, its last goal into an unguarded net. A depressing loss for the Eagles, but they played very well against a more experienced team. 187 188 The Eagles avenged its earlier defeat to the Big Green in a 5-4 squeaker at McHugh. Dartmouth played tough all game long, but the Eagles claimed victory on a 20 ft. backhander by Paul Barrett in the third period ' s waning moments. The Eagles next faced Northeastern in the Beanpot Consolation. BC gained an early 2-0 advantage, but the Huskies stormed back led by an ex-BC player Joe Fiddler to win 5-3. The loss dropped Boston College ' s record to 8-13-2. The highest Eagle expectations went unfulfilled but the squad was begrudging to several nationally top ten teams. Harvard and BU saw some of their fiercest action against the Eagles; UNH and Denver succombed to BC attacks. With 5 games remaining, a .500 season is still a possibility. Perhaps the most succint evaluation of the Eagles ' season was offered by the Boston Globe: " . . .a young team, but at times they ' ve played with the best. " 189 • ' - ' tfyp5a I ' -- ' w: 190 SCORES BC HOCKEY 13 Boston State 7 St. Louis 6 Brown 9 St. Anselms 7 Northeastern 4 Providence 4 Notre Dame 5 Denver 4 Denver 7 Providence 7 Cornell 4 Brown 1 Harvard 1 New Hampshire 6 Cornell 3 Boston University 6 Dartmouth 3 Boston University 6 Dartmouth 1 St. Lawrence 6 Yale 6 New Hampshire 3 Boston University 5 Dartmouth 3 Northeastern OPP 1 O.T. — 8 6 3 4 6 7 2 10 4 10 6 2 5 6 10 8 10 8 5 2 4 5 4 5 191 WRESTLING Boston College ' s Wrestling Team was definitely the Cinderella squad of Varsity Sports. In one year the team went from a dismal 2-7-1 record to an impressive 8-8. This latter record constitutes the first winning season in five years. What makes it more impressive is the way in which it was accomplished — the team won its first seven matches, and did so relying almost completely on youth rather than experience. Freshmen beat out most of last year ' s grapplers, and sophomores " Little " Jim Fox (158 lb. class], " Big " Jim Fox (190 lb. class) and Pete Richardson (177 lb. class] were tri-captains of the team that revenged those losing seasons. The new blood that became the wrestling team brought a new attitude — one of greater competition. That in turn caused the athletes to work much harder. The results are the necessary proof that the " inexperience " could be overcome — and the seventh ranking team in New England a reward well earned. Standouts all year were the Jim Foxes and freshman Paul McDonald (118 lb. class], as well as Joe Donahue (134 lb. class] and Kevin O ' Brien (150 lb. class]. Hopefully next year ' s team will exhibit the same exhuberance and talent as shown this year. 192 193 ;3a«W«»« ' 195 196 SAILING The Varsity Sailing Team slanted this season ' s scheduled competition so that no one was caught on the lee side of a port tack, and the Aquatic Eagles came up winners. The Varsity Squad was invited to post-season competition at St. Petersburg by Florida State University and to the sailing Sugar Bowl by Tulane. BC qualified for the nominations after finishing the 1974 season in New England ' s top ten ranking. The top national rankings put Harvard, Tufts, and Yale in high order, making New England the country ' s hottest spot for intercollegiate sailing competition. The varsity roster has a sizable depth chart with ten skippers and twenty crewmen, ten of which are women, as the varsity squad has been co-ed for the past two years. Captain Ray Julian from Beverly, Mass. is a senior letterman and has successfully defended the Jesuit Cup this season to keep a solid BC winning streak alive. Mike Carpenter, a junior steller out of Corithian Yacht Club in Marblehead, is Coach Tom Kivney ' s top choice to keep BC rolling next season as the salty slickers from the Heights face their toughest competition. Skipper Joe O ' Hayer is the only senior letterman besides Julian, as both sailors have helped launch varsity sailing at BC and establishing a strong regional reputation. These two skippers hold this year ' s MVP in common, as they both sailed under the Burgee of the Boston College Yacht Club. The outstanding varsity skippers in last season ' s trophy competition were Mark Alexander, Allan Brand, Jim Lodge, Robie Dolbec and Kathy Tyrel. Those crewmen who started in the most regattas were Colette LaPoint, Kariana Paape, Todd Day, Dave Wilson and Gail Mosman. The spirit, and competitive nature of these men and women have resulted in an unique combination of talent and desire. This may justify Coach Kivney ' s favorite expression that, " This team is unbelievable, just unbelievable. " 197 • -rfi 198 WOMEN ' S SPORTS The number of women ' s sports has grown dramatically since 1970, when basketball was the only varsity sport. Today several sports are available to EC ' s females, and all are now an integral part of the campus ' athletic atmosphere. Each presents tne opportunity for enjoyment through diverse athletic competition. The 9-2 mark posted by last year ' s basketball squad is ample evidence of Coach Maureen Enos ' leadership. Buoyed by such success, the 1975 edition opted for a tougher schedule against a tougher caliber of competition. The present 1975 record (6-4), then, should be viewed in light of this. Not noted as a great phys. ed. school, EC ' s women played many New England schools noted for their heavy emphasis in that particular area — thus, the tougher schedule. The record was, overall, very encouraging. Playing the " A " team from Northeastern for the first time, BC played very well and lost by only 2 points, 51-49. The highlight of the season came in a devastating 77-23 performance against MIT, while other satisfying victories came at the expense of East Nazarene (72-35) and Fordham (53-37). Senior co-captains Janet Simon and Chris Terranova provided inspired play all year, while high-scoring Katie Cremins and defensive specialist Laverne Mosley were also exceptional. The general level of play is quite good as the increasing attendance at the Roberts Center home games attests. The BC women have worked hard in making basketball such a success, and the spirit exhibited by this year ' s team bodes well for the future. Though not as successful as the basketballers, the hockey team also exhibited a spirit marked by enthusiasm and determination. The 1-5 record the squad compiled can ' t express the enjoyment the players had during the course of the campaign. Coaches Bob Thomas and Sean Sheehey ( ' 75) were handicapped by the inadequate practice time (2hrs. weekly) allotted to their crew, but they made the best of it and always emphasized the importance of basics. Rene Baker and Beth Kelly co-captained this youngest of varsity sports, and provided much leadership to their more inexperienced team mates. Freshman goalie Doxie McCorry, like most others, had previously never played hockey, and yet she improved greatly as the season progressed. Left-wing Kathy " Muff " Murphy ( ' 76) was a threat to score whenever she had the puck, and her aggressive play sent many an opponent reeling. The women ' s hockey team may improve next year, but one can ' t imagine a greater level of participation and dedication on the squad. With a little more practice time, and some home games, the general experience will improve and also the team ' s record. 199 200 SENIORS 201 ANTHONY R. ACETO Arts and Sciences A.B. History PHILLIP V. ADAMS Arts and Sciences B.S. 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Special Education JAMES S. RIGIONE School of Management B.S. Finance EDWINA J. RIKER Arts and Sciences A.B. EngUsh 320 MARK RILEY School of Management B.S. Finance KATHLEEN A. RING Arts and Sciences A.B. English KATHLEEN M. RING School of Education A.B. Special Education WILLIAM J. RIORDAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology DIANE S. RITTER Arts and Sciences A.B. Enghsh JIM E. RIVIERE Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology SUSAN E. ROBERTAZZI School of Education A.B. Special Education RALPH M. ROBERTO Arts and Sciences A.B. History M. THERESE ROCHE Arts and Sciences A.B. Enghsh SHEILA M. ROCHE Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics ROSEMARY ROOK School of Nursing B.S. Nursing JAMES R. ROSENCRANZ Arts and Sciences A.B. Biology-History 321 LINDA E. ROMANO Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science Philosophy MICHAEL T. ROYE School of Management B.S. Economics f ROSEANN RUBINO School of Nursing B.S. Nursing STEVEN T. ROSSI Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics WILLIAM RUANE School of Management B.S. Marketing SHARLENE R. RUCKI School of Management B.S. Accounting Computer Science PATRICIA ROUISSE School of Nursing B.S. Nursing EDWARD R. RUBIN School of Management B.S. Marketing EDWARD L. RUDDY School of Management B.S. Marketing JOHN W. ROURKE Evening College A.B. Sociology JAMES N. RUBINO School of Management B.S. Production Management MARK C. RUDNICK School of Management B.S. Finance 322 PAULA A. RUEL School of Nursing B.S. Nursing GEORGE A. RUSSELL Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics ANN K. RUSSO Arts and Sciences A.B. English Art History TERRENCE M. RUPPEL Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology HEATHER L. RUSSELL School of Education A.B. Education MARY A. RUSCITO School of Education A.B. Elementary Education Speech Science MICHAEL J. RUSSELL School of Management B.S. Accounting MARIANNE RUSKAY School of Nursing B.S. Nursing PETER M. RUSSELL Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science " Nobody told me he locks up his exams! 323 ' ■ • .- ' . » DONALD M. RUSSO Arts and Sciences A.B. Mathematics Economics EDWARD F. RYAN Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology f 1 1 ..■: ' ..., 1 1 » RUSSELL F. RYAN School of Management B.S. Marketing MARY A. RUSSO School of Nursing B.S. Nursing MARK B. RYAN School of Management B.S. General Business CHRISTOPHER W. RYNNE Arts and Sciences B.S. Chemistry-Biology VINCENT J. RUSSO School of Management B.S. Accounting RICHARD RYAN School of Management B.S. Marketing CONSTANCE A. SACCI School of Education A.B. Special Education DAVID L. RYAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Art History RITA A. RYAN School of Education A.B. Mathematics RONALD A. SACCO Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science 324 DAVID F. SACCONE School of Management B.S. Marketing R. GERARD SALEMME Arts and Science A.B. Political Science Economics HARRY E. SALERNO School of Management B.S. Accounting S . ROGER R. SAGINARIO School of Management B.S. Marketing KATHLEEN SAHL Arts and Sciences A.B. Mathematics CHARLES H. SALAMONE School of Management B.S. Accounting " I think I just swallowed my Adam ' s apple. ' 325 JOANNE P. SALERNO Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology " Is this room spinning, or is it my head? " GIRO R. SAMALE Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology SYLVIA O. SALINAS School of Education A.B. Special Education ROHAN J. SAMARA WEERA School of Management B.S. Economics-Finance DONNA K. SAMUEL Evening College B.S. Biology LUTHER SANDERS School of Management B.S. Marketing CAROL A. SANGEORGE Arts and Sciences A.B. French PATRICIA A. SANTANGELO Arts and Sciences A.B. History 326 PAUL S. SANTILLI School of Management B.S. Marketing JOHN ). SANTOSUOSSO School of Management B.S. Accounting MICHAEL SAPERE Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science JAYNE N. SAPERSTEIN School of Education A.B. Elementary Education LARAINE M. SASSO School of Education A.B. Special Education MICHAEL E. SAUCIER Arts and Sciences A.B. English ROBERT A. SCALE ANI Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology WILLIAM F. SCALISE Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology DAREEN R. SCANDONE School of Management B.S. Economics Production Management JAMES SCANLON Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science PATRICK J. SCANNELL School of Management B.S. Accounting LINDA S. SCHILLER School of Education A.B. Special Education 327 r m l DIANE M. SCHLEGEL Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science SANDRA A. SCHOENEMANN-SILVER School of Education A.B. Early Childhood Education NATHAN SCHOR Arts and Sciences A.B. Mathematics Philosophy FREDERICK E. SCHUCHMAN Arts and Sciences A.B. English HEIDI L. SCHWARZBAUER Arts and Sciences A.B. English Speech Communication MARGUERITE H. SCULLY School of Education A.B. English DIANE R. SECATORE Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology ■ KAREN L. SELLEW Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology STEVEN J. SERON Arts and Sciences A.B. English MARY JANE SERWECINSKI Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Sociology ROBERT A. SHALDONE School of Management B.S. Accounting WILLIAM F. SHANLEY School of Management B.S. Accounting 328 MAUREEN E. SHANNON Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology " I gotta get out of this place . . BRIAN H. SHAUGHNESSY School of Education A.B. Mathematics KATHLEEN A. SHEA School of Education A.B. Special Education VICTORIA ANNE SHEA Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology ROBERT SHEEHAN School of Management B.S. Accounting STEVEN G. SHEEHAN School of Management B.S. Marketing 329 SHAWN K. SHEEHY School of Management B.S. Finance WILLIAM G. SHIELDS School of Management B.S. Marketing THOMAS J. SHIMKO Arts and Sciences A.B. Philosophy Economics JUDITH A. SHINDUL School of Nursing B.S. Nursing ITSUO SHIRONO Arts and Sciences A.B. Speech Communication KEVIN J. SHORT Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology-Political Science BRUCE R. SHOWSTACK School of Education A.B. Secondary Education History DAVID W. SIDEBOTHAM School of Management B.S. General Management CHRISTINE P. SIMON Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology JANET H. SIMON School of Education A.B. Elementary Education DAVID W. SIMMONS School of Education A.B. Speech Communication PHILIP SINATRA School of Education A.B. English 330 LAURIE A. SIROIS School of Education A.B. Special Education ( CHARLES A. SLATTERY Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology " I bet you wonder what I ' m doing standing here! ' CHRISTINA L. SLEVINSKY School of Education A.B. Special Education MARY M. SLOAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Philosophy BRIAN S. SMITH School of Management B.S. Marketing ELEANOR M. SMITH School of Management B.S. Accounting 331 GARY A. SMITH Arts and Sciences A.B. Theology-Philosophy REGINA M. SMITH School of Management B.S. Accounting MARTIN SNIDER Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology Economics JOHN A. SMITH School of Management B.S. Accounting SUSAN J. SMITH School of Education A.B. Special Education KEVIN M. SMITH Arts and Sciences A.B. English MARGARET E. SMITH Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology ' S . :- ■ " • -. .o SUSAN R. SMITH Arts and Sciences A.B. Art History SYDNEY T. SMITH School of Education A.B. History IT m ' -5 - 4 r - wW- -r ' ; o HMk f 1 ti ' H " We knew him well. ' 332 GEORGE L. SNYDER Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Economics KAREN C. SOSNOWY Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology KEVIN F. ST. GEORGE Arts and Sciences A.B. History ROBERT J. SOLGA Arts and Sciences A.B. English LINDA J. SOWA School of Education A.B. Special Education • ■ ■HT ■ Eira MARY L. STAMPLEY School of Nursing B.S. Nursing KATHLEEN A. SOLNER Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science English SUSAN L. SPECA Arts and Sciences A.B. French LEON P. STAMPS School of Management B.S. Accounting STEVEN M. SOSKIN School of Management B.S. Finance ANTHONY ). SQUILLACIOTI Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science CYNTHIA M. STASZKO Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics 333 STACY STEINBERG Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science CHRISTINA L. STEINER Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology ANNE M. STELLA School of Education A.B. Elementary Education JOHN S. STEMPLESKI School of Education A.B. Special Education ISABELLE D. STILLGER Arts and Sciences A.B. French MARGARET A. STEWART School of Education A.B. Special Education KAREN M. STILES School of Nursing B.S. Nursing JAMES R. STOREY Arts and Sciences A.B. English Political Science Ft n LINDA K. STROJNY School of Education A.B. Special Education JOANNA STULL School of Nursing B.S. Nursing CYNTHIA A. STRAIT Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology Philosophy JANE E. STRATFORD School of Education A.B. Special Education 334 CARLA A. SUETA Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology DENISE A. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Economics GREGORY M. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. History JOEL G. SUGARMAN School of Management B.S. Accounting ■1 M - i H E si , ,; V ELIZABETH A. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. English KATHLEEN SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology ANTHONY J. SUKIENNIK School of Management B.S. Computer Science CHRISTOPHER J. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology " Mom, the label was supposed to be in my shirt. ' 335 b a ll uftT T KERRY E. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. French Art History MARC A. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences A.B. English MARK E. SULLIVAN School of Management B.S. Finance PAUL F. SULLIVAN Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology PAUL G. SULLIVAN School of Management B.S. Marketing THOMAS W. SULLIVAN School of Management B.S. Marketing BRUCE K. SUTTON School of Education A.B. Speech Communication MARGARET A. SWEETMAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science EDWARD SWIDERSKI Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology Economics ADELE R. SYKES Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Biology LISETTE SYMANNEK School of Education A.B. Elementary Education BRONISLAWA H. SYPKO Arts and Sciences A.B. Russian 336 We ' re making news everyday . CRISTINA M. TACCONE Arts and Sciences A.B. English Art History JANET M. TADDEI School of Management B.S. Accounting BARBARA E. TAGLIANI Arts and Sciences A.B. Art History RAYMOND T. TAMAYO School of Management B.S. Finance-Marketing 337 THOMAS J. TARANTO School of Management B.S. Finance MICHEAL F. TARICANO Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science JANE TARRICONE Arts and Sciences A.B. English DONALD A. TELA Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science Sociology KELVIN S. TERLAGA School of Education A.B. English JOSEPH B. TAYLOR Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology VINCENT M. TENTINDO Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science CHRISTINA M. TERRANOVA Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology It ' s about time women started keeping pace with men! 338 LAURA S. TERZIAN Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics Mathematics DAVID C. THOMAS Arts and Sciences A.B. Mathematics PATRICK ]. THORNTON School of Management B.S. Accounting D. THOMAS Arts and Sciences A.B. Math DWIGHT A. THOMPSON Arts and Sciences A.B. English Sociology MICHAEL R. TIGHE Arts and Sciences A.B. Art History CLIFFORD A. TISHLER School of Management B.S. Marketing FRANK J. TODESCO Arts and Sciences A.B. English FREDRICK J. TODD School of Management B.S. Accounting ROBERT S. TORTORICI Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology JOSEPH A. TOSNEY Arts and Sciences A.B. History FRANCIS ]. TRACEY Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology 339 PATRICIA A. TRACY Arts and Sciences A.B. French JOSEPH J. TRAD Arts and Sciences A.B. Classics CHRISTINE M. TROIANO School of Education A.B. Special Education PAUL R. TRACY Arts and Sciences A.B. English JAMES J. TRAHON Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science PAUL I. TROVATO School of Education A.B. History ROBERT C. TRACY School of Management B.S. Marketing ANDREA M. TREMAGLIO School of Education A.B. Special Education H I PAUL F. TROY School of Management B.S. Accounting WILLIAM I. TRACY Arts and Sciences B.S. Physics JAMES A. TRENGROVE Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science Speech Communication SUSAN D. TRUTA School of Education A.B. Special Education 340 " I really like these swivel chairs DANIEL E. TUCKER Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology Economics VIRGINIA J. VASIL School of Education A.B. Special Education CHRISTINE L. TUREK School of Nursing B.S. Nursing JOHN J. VAUGHAN Arts and Sciences B.S. Physics STEPHEN W. TURNER School of Education A.B. Elementary Education JOSEPH D. VECE School of Education A.B. Special Education PATRICIA L. VARRIEUR Arts and Sciences A.B. EngUsh Speech Communication Theatre U- BETTE VIANO Arts and Sciences A.B. English 341 ' EVELYN VILLAFANE Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology FREDERICK E. VONMERING School of Management B.S. Accounting WILLIAM E. WALLACE Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics LESLEY C. VISSER Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology JEANETTE M. VUOCOLO Arts and Sciences A.B. Art History 1 i ' t. JANE A. W ALLEY School of Nursing B.S. Nursing KATHLEEN M. VOIGT Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Theology ROSEMARY A. VOLPE School of Education A.B. Special Education BLAIR M. WALLACE School of Education A.B. Special Education Speech Communication MARGARET A. WALLACE Arts and Sciences A.B. French-Spanish MARTHA E. WALSH School of Management B.S. Accounting THOMAS C. WALSH Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology 342 JUDITH M. WALTRICH Arts and Sciences A.B. Speech Communication English DIANE M. WANDERS Evening College A.B. Social Science CELESTE R. WANG Arts and Sciences A.B. French STEPHEN J. WALWORTH Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science JOYCE A. WANDERS School of Education A.B. Elementary Education Psychology KATHERINE D. WANKEL Arts and Sciences A.B. Philosophy " Don ' t mind me, I ' m in my second childhood! 343 Liza Minelli, eat your heart out! ESTHER D. WARE Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology KENNETH R. WATTERWORTH School of Management B.S. Finance-Economics KAREN WEBSTER School of Education A.B. English EILEEN E. WATERS Arts and Sciences A.B. Mathematics MARIE R. WEBBER School of Education A.B. Elementary Education WILLIAM J. WEILER School of Education A.B. Elementary Education 344 2. " MARY K. WELLS School of Nursing B.S. Nursing GEORGE WENTWORTH School of Education A.B. Special Education BRANDON F. WHITE Arts and Sciences A.B. English DENNIS M. WHITE School of Management B.S. Accounting MARIE L. WHITE School of Education A.B. Special Education PATRICIA WHITE School of Nursing B.S. Nursing ROBERT P. WHITE Arts and Sciences A.B. History-English TIMOTHY H. WHITE Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science PAMELA A. WHITNEY School of Education A.B. Elementary Education COLLEEN A. WHITTY School of Education A.B. Special Education JANICE R. WILES Arts and Sciences A.B. Sociology-English ANNE T. WILLEMIN Arts and Sciences A.B. Enghsh 345 DENISE C. WILLIAMS School of Education A.B. Elementary Education GRACE M. WILLIAMS School of Education A.B. Special Education ARNOLD J. WILLIAMS School of Management B.S. Computer Science RECIA LYNN WILSON Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Sociology KENNETH C. WOLFE School of Management B.S. Accounting ROBERT J. WOLFF Arts and Sciences A.B. History-Economics FRANCES C. WIRTH Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics Sociology MITCHELL S. WOLPER Arts and Sciences A.B. Speech Communication Psychology JEFFREY J. WRIGHT Arts and Sciences A.B. Economics Accounting GEORGE YANKOPOULOS Arts and Sciences A.B. Speech Communication PAULETTE A. WONG School of Education A.B. English KENNETH R. YANTEK School of Management B.S. Economics-Finance 346 " Oh, hi there JOHN E. YETTER School of Management B.S. Management Accounting MARY AGNES YOUNG School of Education A.B. EngUsh RICHARD F. YOUNG School of Management B.S. Accounting JAMES J. YUKEVICH Arts and Sciences A.B. Political Science 347 DIANE F. ZAAR Arts and Sciences A.B. English-Economics JOHN A. ZARKAUSKAS School of Management B.S. Accounting NANCY E. ZILINSKY School of Nursing B.S. Nursing ROSE A. ZAK Arts and Sciences A.B. English RICHARD J. ZEMBRUSKI Arts and Sciences A.B. Psychology Mathematics JANE A. ZOPATTI School of Education A.B. Special Education RICHARD A. ZANI School of Management B.S. Finance MARGARET A. ZIEGENHORN Arts and Sciences B.S. Biology JOSEPH C. ZORNIK School of Management B.S. Marketing KATHIE ZANOTTA School of Management B.S. Marketing JAMES ZIGMAN Arts and Sciences A.B. History H. MICHAEL ZUKOWSKI Arts and Sciences A.B. History 348 SENIOR INDEX 349 ABELSON, NANCY A. 2417 Healy Ave. Far Rockaway, NY 11691 ACETO, ANTHONY R. 16 Mansfield Rd. N. Haven, CT 06473 ADAMS, PATRICIA A. 52A Glenville Ave. Allston, MA 02116 ADAMS, PHILLIP V. 05 Trull St. Dorchester, MA 02125 ADELSON, SUSAN T. 2984 Briarcliff St. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 AFFONSO, ALBERT ]. 557 Fish Rd. Tiverton, RI 02878 AINSWORTH, ROBERT J. 94 Knoll Terrace W. Caldwell, N] 07006 AKRE, M. JAN 5835 Gregg Ct. La Mesa, CA 92041 ALANDER, JON M. 13 Portside Dr. Hyannis, MA 02601 ALBAMONTI, LINDA J. 46 Rockwell St. Norwich, CT 06360 ALDROVANDI, ANDREA 123 Sutherland Rd. Brookline, MA 02146 ALESSI, MARY-LYNN A. 196 E. John St. Lindenhurst, NY 11757 ALISKI, WILLIAM 64 Brooks Ave. Newtonville, MA 02160 ALLARD, ElDWARD P. 23 Broad St. Danielson, CT 06239 ALLEGRA, PETER A. 59 West River Rd. Rumson, NJ 07760 ALLEN, MICHAEL J. 50 Evergreen Ave. New London, CT 06320 ALLEYNE, MILTON R. 15 Morse St. Dorchester, MA 02126 ALOISE, LOUIS P. 23D Raymond St. Framingham, MA 01701 ALOISI, JAMES A. 204 Chelsea St. E. Boston, MA 02128 ALTBAUM, HELAINE 69 Park Dr. 21 Boston, MA 02215 ALTIMAR, MARIE F. 310 Farm Lane Westwood, MA 20290 AMBLE R, WAYNE H. 3220 Summit Ridge Glassboro, NJ 08028 ANDERKA, MARLENE T. 5 Munroe St. Somerville, MA 02143 ANDERSON, LYNN E. 400 Engamore La. 207 Norwood, MA 02062 ANDERSEN LYNNE P. 242 Doncaster St. Kenmore, NY 14217 ANDERSON, BARBARA M. 626 County St. New Bedford, MA 02740 ANDERSON, BERNDT W. 75 Weetamoe Dr. Warwick, RI 02888 ANDERSON, KATHLEEN R. 72 Pond St. Needham, MA 02192 ANDERSON, STEVEN J. 162 Bradstreet Ave. Revere, MA 02151 ANDREW, LUANN 202 Crest Washington, PA 15301 ANGELONE, MARIE C. 401 Elm St. Framingham, MA 01701 ANNINO, SUSAN L. 70 Parklawn Rd. W. Roxbury, MA 02132 ANTINORI, PAUL M. 1205-7th St. North Bergen, NJ 07047 ANZALDI, JOSEPH L. 25 Laurie La. Dedham, MA 02026 ANZENBERGER, PETER J. 33 Adams St. Acton, MA 01720 ANZENBERGER, ROBERT J. 25 South St. Brighton, MA 02135 APICELLA, MARY M. 58 Bonn PI. Weehawken, NJ 07087 APONTE-PARSI, JAIME J. 312 Pedro Bigay St. Hato Rey, PR 00917 APPLEBEE, MAUREEN E. 37 Proctor Ave. Burlington, VT 05401 APPLEBEE, MICHAEL M. 37 Proctor Ave. S. Burlington, VT 05401 ARCARO, FRANCIS E. 114 Walcott St. Medford, MA 02155 ARMSTRONG, FLOYD D. 227 9th Ct. W. Birmingham, AL 35204 ARMSTRONG, PAUL G. 39 Clancy Rd. Dorchester, MA 02124 AROIAN, SANDRA A. 381 School St. Watertown, MA 02172 ARRINGTON, PAULETTE V. 89 Tennis Rd 301 Mattapan, MA 02126 ARTHUR, EBENEZER K. 362 Rindge Ave. 5 N. Cambridge, MA 02140 ARTHUR, PENELOPE 18 Buena Vista Pk. Cambridge, MA 02140 ASHCRAFT, LEE 29 Beagle Club Rd. Attleboro, MA 02703 ASHE, FRANK J. 7206 Highland St. Springfield, VA 22150 ASHKAR, CAROL A. 10 East Ave. N. Adams, MA 01247 ASSAD, HELLAS M. 37 Dean St. Norwood, MA 02062 ATKINS, SALLY M. 441 William St. Bound Brook, NJ 08805 ATKINSON, GREGORY E. 7 Lebanon St. Melrose, MA 02176 AUCOIN, SISTER ANNE 36 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02116 AUCOIN, LOUIS M. 43 Grove St. Spencer, MA 01562 AUCOIN, MICHAEL E. 75 Floral St. Newton, MA 02161 AUGUSTINE, DONNA L. 1413 Hanshaw Rd. Ithaca. NY 14850 AVELLA. MARY ELIZABETH F. 317 Linden La. Merion, PA 19066 AVICOLLI, EMMA M. 66 Eutaw St. E. Boston, MA 02128 AYALA, JOEY 419 W. 17th St. New York, NY 10011 AYOTTE, ROBERT J. 19 Florence St. Hudson, MA 01749 AZIOS, VICTOR G. 1916 Matamoros Laredo, TX 78040 BABSON, KATHERINE L. 27 Clovelly Rd. Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 BACCHI, ANDREA M. 1366 Broadway 1-M Somerville, MA 02144 BACON, LYNNE 201 Pearl St. Reading, MA 01867 BAGLEY, PAUL J. 16 Pine Needle La. Mansfield, MA 02048 BAILEY, PATRICIA 75 Madison Ave. Newtonville, MA 02160 BAIMA, STEPHEN E. 19 Lyons Ct. Watertown, MA 02172 BAKER, DENNIS J. 68 Washington St. Marblehead, MA 01945 BAKER, JANE O. 19 Rindge Ave. Cambridge, MA 02134 BALAKIER, GEORGE A. 34 Dresser Ave. Chicopee, MA 01013 BALAS, KATHLEEN J. 49 Poland Center Dr. Poland, OH 44514 BALBONI. MICHAEL S. 75 Mammoth Rd. Pelham, NH 03076 BALDWIN, WILLIAM T. 3724 W. 12th St. Erie. PA 16509 350 BALL, LINDA M. 21 Sherman PI. Medford, MA 02155 BALLOU, JACQUELINE 92 Marlborough St. 2 Boston, MA 02116 BANASH, DAVID M. 80 Park St. Brookline, MA 02146 BANE, MICHAEL J. 85 Ridge Rd. Marlboro, MA 01752 BANKS, LEO W. 96 Washington St. Mihon, MA 02186 BANKS, MAUREEN 34 Dustin St. Brighton, MA 02135 BANNAN, KATHLEEN M 20 Piety Corner Rd. Waltham, MA 02154 BAPTISTE, ANTONIO J. 11 A Fairview PI. Brooklyn, NY 11226 BARAN, WAYNE R. 610 Plant St. Utica, NY 13502 BARANDSKY, B. MICHAEL Cohawkin Rd. 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ARTHUR V. LEARY NOE LEITE MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH A. LEONE DR. AND MRS. RICHARD A. LOIACONO 404 DR. AND MRS. VINCENT LONGO MR. AND MRS. RICHARD LOONEY MR. AND MRS. RAFAEL S. LORIE MR. AND MRS. THOMAS L. LOY MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH W. LYONS MR. AND MRS. HECTOR T. McBOURNIE CATHERINE J. MCCARTHY, ANDREW F. McCARTHY, ESQ. MR. AND MRS. JACK McCARTHY MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. McCARTHY MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. McCUE MR. AND MRS. JOHN McELWEE MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. McGANN JOHN F. McLean, SR. DOLORES E. McPHEE MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. McQUILLAN MR. AND MRS. JOHN W. MADIGAN, JR. PAUL AND MARIE MAGEE " PRETTY PATTY " MAGRATH MR. AND MRS. ALFRED W. MARTINELLI MR. AND MRS. EDWARD F. MASIA MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE A. MARZETTI DR. AND MRS. DAVID L. MAXHAM LEO MEINDL MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM P. MELVILLE MR. AND MRS. PIERRE P. MERKL CDR. J.A. MEYERTHOLEN, USN (RET) MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. MILAN MR. AND MRS. ANDREW W. MILLIGAN DR. AND MRS. FRANK GRAHAM MILLS DR. AND MRS. JAMES M. MONAGHAN PATRICK J. MONTUORI MR. AND MRS. 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AND MRS. WILLIAM M. SULLIVAN J. TAKAGI 407 MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND TAMAYO MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER T ANGER MR. AND MRS. RALPH TEDESCHI MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM TERRANOVA MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. T RACY WILLIAM I. TRACY DR. AND MRS. E.J. TRAFIDLO MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS R. TROIANO MR. AND MRS. THEODORE ]. TUREK MR. AND MRS. ALLEN R. TURNER DR. AND MRS. STEPHAN TYMKIW WATERBURY SWISS AUTOMATICS, INC. JUDGE AND MRS. ANTHONY VACCA MR. AND MRS. ROY VARRIEUR SALVATORE VENTI MAYOR AND MRS. ROBERT T. WALDBAUER MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM J. WALSH MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY M. WALTRICH KEN AND ANN WATERWORTH RICHARD WELLBROCK MR. AND MRS. G.J. WELLMAN MR. AND MRS. WM. J. WENZEL MR. AND MRS. JOHN W. WESTHAFER MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. WHELAN DR. AND MRS. DONALD J. WHITE MR. AND MRS. GEORGE P. WHITE JOHN F. WILKINS MORRIS WOOD MRS. WILLARD P. WRIGHT DR. AND MRS. JOHN J. WRY MR. AND MRS. DONALD ZABEL MR. AND MRS. J.P. ZORNIK THE DUE DATE FOR RECEIPT OF PATRONS WAS FEB. 14, 1975. THE NAMES OF ALL PATRONS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE IN THE SUPPLEMENT. 408 SUB TURRI STAFF Denis Nothern, Business Manager Richard Carlson, Managing Editor 409 Andrea Tremaglio, Seniors Editor David Milkosky, Co-Photo Editor Joseph Rosito, Co-Photo Editor 410 Norman Noel, Photographer and Eric Wallmark, Student Life Editor Gerald Shea, Sports Editor 411 Ann Podolski, Layout Editor Susan Stadolnik, Activities Editor 412 Kenneth Brine, Features Editor Thomas Horvath, Academics Editor 413 PHOTO STAFF Ifl ' RHDHBP ffi S Dick Pastorello Martin Carney Warren Hayford Kevin Merrill Gregory Dayton General Staff Mary Watson, Eileen Ruggiero, Michelle Seacord, Linda Albamonti 414 Heidi L. Schwarzbauer Editor-in-Chief Richard M. Carlson Managing Editor Denis M. Nothern Business Manager Rev. John R. Trzaska, S.J Facuhy Advisor Sub Turri 1975 EDITORS Kenneth Brine Features Editor Thomas Horvath Academics Editor Ann Podolski Layout Editor Gerald Shea Sports Editor Susan Stadolnik Activities Editor Andrea Tremaglio Seniors Editor Eric Wallmark Student Life Editor CONTRIBUTORS Paul Aloi Tom Collins Ken Durand Bill Dworet Bill Gerson Jeff Graeber Tom Groden Giordani of Rome Ray Julian Ronald Kowalski Mary MacVean Franny Mai one Dr. Paul Marcoux Jim Moran Carla Nohr Charles Pattavina Roger Pelissier Richard Regan Rohan Samaraweera Chuck Sheehan Richard Silver Paul Vier PHOTO STAFF David Milkosky Joseph Rosito Photo Editors Martin Carney Gregorio Dayton Eileen Ginnetty Warren Hayford Lore Lee Kevin Merrill Clifford Myatt Norman Noel Richard Pastorello C.B. Stillger GENERAL STAFF Linda Albamonti Barbara Bibas John Chang Mary Ann Cirenza Audrey Halloran Michael Owens Eileen Ruggiero Michelle Seacord Mary Watson The Prologue Theme entitled " Bridging " is by Marge Piercy from To Be of Use. The poem " Boston to Me " was written by Rev. Francis J. Sweeney, S.J. and first appeared in the Boston Globe. The Student Life theme on Boston College was written by Eric Wallmark. The 1975 Sub Turri was printed by Hunter Publishing Company of Winston-Salem, North Carolina in April, 1975. The cover material is of " C " grade book cloth with a 4-color front lid and a silk-screened backbone. The body of the book was printed on 80LB matte paper and set in Melior type. The endsheet material is kromekote. The representative of Hunter Publishing Company was Mr. Richard Lowe of Acton, Mass. Senior Portraits were done by Delma Studios of New York City. THE STAFF OF THE 1975 SUB TURRI WISHES TO THANK THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE, WITHOUT WHOM PUBLICATION MIGHT HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE: Reid Oslin and his staff at the Sports Information Office; Rev. Edward J. Hanrahan, S.J., Dean of Students; Rev. Francis J. Sweeney, S.J. of the Humanities Series; Rev. James A. Woods, S.J., University Registrar; Dick Lowe and the entire production staff at Hunter Publishing for their constant help; the featured faculty and administrators; the CuUural and Social Committees; Rev. T.P. O ' Malley, Dean of Arts and Sciences; Joseph Gennari of Delma Studios who photographed all of the seniors in this book and Mr. S. Fields of Delma Studios. 415 GENERAL INDEX Academics 97 Accounting Academy 139 Activities 115 Advertisements 379 Alpha Kappa Alpha 137 Alpha Kappa Psi 136 Alpha Phi Omega 137 Band 116 Basketball 174 Boston 94 Bowditch, Dr. James 107 Boudreau, Walter G 102 Burgess, Dr. Ann 114 Cheerleaders 118 Chess Club 143 Chinese Student Club 142 Chorale 122 Collins, J. Stephen 103 Council for Exceptional Children 145 Courtside Club 151 Cross and Crown 132 Cultural Committee 92 Dacey, Dr. John S Ill Delta Sigma Pi 138 Dineen, Mary 101 Dramatics Society 120 Duffy, Kevin P 102 Eisenhower, Laurel 113 Evening College Senate 129 Features 81 Fencing 156 Film Board 130 Finance Academy 139 Football 160 Gold Key Society 84, 125 Halpin, Rev. James F., S.J 106 Hanrahan, Rev. Edward J., S.J 103 Harri son, John L 100 Hasenjaeger, Dr. John T 108 Heights 131 Hockey 184 Humanities Series 91 Jewish Student Alliance 89 Joshua Center 157 Journal of Business 130 Judo Club 154 Kappa Delta Epsilon 138 Karate Club 150 Kelley, Albert J 101 Marketing Academy 139 Mass. PIRG 88 McCourt, Virginia R 102 McMahon, Henry J lOO Mendel Club 140 Men ' s Swim Team 149 Men ' s Waterpolo 146 Modern Dance 124 Monan, Rev. J. Donald, S.J 98 Neumann, Dr. Eva A no O ' Connell Student Union 144 O ' Malley, Rev. T.P., S.J 100 Photo Club 130 Prologue 1 Przewlocki, Lester lOl Pulse 157 Rosenstock, Susan L 102 Rugby 172 Sailing 200 School of Education Senate 129 School of Management Senate 129 School of Nursing Senate 128 Scuba Club 152 Senior Index 349 Seniors 201 Skiing 192 Soccer 168 Social Committee 92 Society for the Advancement of Management 135 Society of Physics Students 143 Solomon, Dr. Jolane 105 SOM Honors Council 135 SOM Review 134 SOM Scholarship Trust Fund 134 Sports 159 Student Admissions Program 86 Student Life 41 Student Nurses 248 Student Teachers 296 Stylus 133 Sub Turri 409 Track 170 U.A.S 128 U.G.B.C 126 United Way Committee 132 WIPR 133 Wegman, Carole L 102 Whalen, Dr. James 99 Women ' s Waterpolo 147 Women ' s Sports 198 Women ' s Swim Team 145 Woods, Rev. James A., S.J 100 Wrestling 192 WVBC-WZBC 83 Yacht Club 151 416 . -« ' - - : f SPRING ' 75 ms M BASKETBALL NUMBER ONE IN NEW ENGLAND EC ' s basketball squad struggled through the last five games of the regular season before finishing with an 18-7 mark. That record garnered the team a berth in the ECAC Tournament to determine New England ' s representative in NCAA playoff competition. The Eagles proved in the ECAC that BC was number one in New England. Opening against Connecticut the Eagles ' offense was led by Bob Carrington (19 pts.) and Jeff Bailey (15 pts.) while superb defense was the result of a total team effort. BC advanced to the final to meet Holy Cross and the third Eagles Crusader tilt of the season. Bill Collins responded admirably with a stunning performance (21 pts., 17 rebounds). He was abley assisted by Bob Carrington (17 pts.) and captain Mel Weldon (12 pts.). Again the Eagles defense was super in holding the opponent under the three-score mark. Boston College had proved it was the best in New England with a very convincing 69-55 victory. Bob Carrington and Bill Collins were awarded the MVP award. Advancing to the first round NCAA action, BC met Furman head on in Charlotte, N.C. Sporting a very tall front court, Furman forged a 56-37 advantage in rebounds over the shorter Eagles and actually attempted 23 more shots than BC. The Eagle victory, 82-76, was the result of excellent defense and a 47% shooting percentage. Will Morrison totaled 20 pts. while Bill Collins added 18 pts. and 13 rebounds. The Eagles were still alive, and they sojourned to Providence for the NCAA Eastern Regional playoffs. ■ Kansas State shattered the Eagles ' dreams. Utilizing a fast break the Kansas team continually caught BC napping on defense to shape a 35-29 half-time advantage. BC quickly fell farther behind when play resumed and a late Eagle comeback attempt was too late, too late as BC lost 74-65. K.S. shot 63%, the Eagles a hideous and hard to believe 36%. That BC took 21 more shots than Kansas State and yet still lost was evidence enough of BC ' s poor shooting. Collins led the team with 18 pts., but nobody shot well. This overall lack of offense dictated the Eagle defeat. The anguish of the loss was compounded by Syracuse ' s surprise victory over pre-tournament favorite North Carolina. Had BC showed only an average shooting performance against K.S. the Eagles would have played a team that they had already beaten, thus giving them the right to go to the NCAA finals. Instead, BC faced the reality of the situation: a consolation match with North Carolina. The lack of height and uninspired play gave the advantage to N.C. and the Eagles lost big, 110-90. BC ended its ' 74- ' 75 season with a 21-9 tally. Not a great year, but a successful one nevertheless. With the added experience, the Eagles look very promising for next season. Bob Carrington and Bill Collins were this year ' s co-MVP winners, and the latter was elected next season ' s team captain. RUGBY fi-« :? «ir ' - :■-■ . A; i«f7rr " gSu» On Sunday, May 4th, while most of the B.C. students were either studying for final exams or leaving for home, the Boston College Rugby Club journeyed toward the Charles River to participate in the annual Harvard 7 ' s Tournament. With 36 teams invited ranging from New Jersey to Maine, B.C. was well aware the competition would be tough. However, inspired by Senior co-captains Mike O ' Brian and Jim Daly, the B.C. Ruggers put on a strong show consisting of poise and strength to place fifth in the overall competition. Boston College coach Ken Daly was pleased and proud of the team ' s performance at the tournament. When asked about the fall campaign, coach Daly said he is confident that the Rugby Club will be a solid unit because most of the starting two teams are returning. With student support in the fall, the team has no doubt there will be no substitute for victory! (Sudden Death) B.C. 4 Hiram Walker 4 B.C. Mystic River B.C. 3 Hiram Walker B.C. 4 Charles River 4 B.C. 4 Brown University 4 LACROSSE BASEBALL SPRING FESTIVAL SCHOOL OF EDUCATION SKITS 10 11 NURSES ' PINNING H I H ' 9 1 ' ' , - 1 b. a « 1 r ' 1 12 r ' JAYNE HAMMOND Arts and Sciences B.A. Social Sciences STEPHEN HAMMOND Arts and Sciences B.A. Social Sciences FRANCIS M. KENNEDY Arts and Sciences B.A. Sociology and Philosophy MORE SENIORS MORE PATRONS MRS. HOWARD BARNBY MR. AND MRS. AUGUST J. KOLBE MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY BENECASA MR. AND MRS. DANIEL J. MCNEIL DR. AND MRS. RAYMOND J. BELLER EDWARD W. MELVIN JR. KAY AND JOHN BOYEL DR. AND MRS. CALVIN NICHOLAS MR. AND MRS. JAMES T. BRENNAN MARY ANN NOVAKOSKI KIRK J. DAVID M.D. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD W. O ' KEEFE MR. AND MRS. ALBERT F. DOLCETTI MR. AND MRS. GERARD R. ORSI MR. DANIEL DREW DR. AND MRS. LOUIS M. PRIVITERA MR. AND MRS. HARRY DUNVILLE MR. 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