Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

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■ ■HE B mm AMMic T Saxifrage 1972-1973 ' A friend, . . . A person with whom I may be sincere. Before him, I may think aloud. ' Ralph Waldo Emerson Because of your teaching, we learned; because of your smile, we were lifted; because of your enthusiasm, we took new interest; because of your sincerity, we gain new faith in human nature; because of you, each of us is better in some way. To you Mr. David N. Settele, we humbly dedicate this Class of 1973 Yearbook. " Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall, All you have to do is call And I ' ll be there by your side yes, I will: You ' ve got a FRIEND . . . " v. ■■ " - — - ■ u If M ■■■SBBMBflBBSJI ■MVB iBIl ■■■MRS a II II U- ' HS- 1 ' ill: • I - 7» " ■ ' ■Vii ' kStitB) HBV 1 ■ ■■IHHII HHHHHlHBHHiHHHHH k -v j 83 -xl . « — - • •. ■■ ■ ' jyv 4 t • » ' - — ■■BM HaMI ■ • 10 11 . M ■ " mi m m 12 13 ■ ■ ■ ■H rms$mw% 14 ■ 15 ■wnnn I B9! l wP W 16 •• -■ 17 ' " ■ ' •■■■ God has placed a torch that glows with knowledge and beauty; it is a sin to extinquish that torch and bury it in the ashes. 18 F e ■MM ■ i j t ' • ' - . ■ Administration James J. Hammond, President The faith, the vigor, bold to dwell On doubts that drive the coward back, And keen thro ' wordy snares to track Suggestion to her inmost cell. Alfred Tennyson 20 ■ ' irrVmwMMik mmmam Dr. Lawrence Quigley, Executive Vice-President . Dr. George H. Merriam, Academic Dean 21 ■■■■ Joseph A. Angelini, Director of Admissions George J. Aziz, Registrar Duane Armstrong, Financial Aid Office John J. Boursy, Assistant to the President • Dr. Joseph F. Durant, Dean of Students William H. Fitzgibbon, Dean of Men Dr. Francis A. Guindon, Director of Planning and Development Dr. Robert W. Green, Director of Placement 23 ■ ■HH HMHi H ■■:■ ' ■-■■ i Dn Robert Lee, Director of McKay Campus School « " r P l Vip . Mc Murray, Director of Evening College Dr. Louise Keenan, Dean of Women " r Dr. Mary l frer Lenaway, O.P., Director of Laboratory Experiences 24 Dr. John F. Nash, Director of Continuing Studies Dr. David F. Ryder, Director of Instructional Media Michael Rivard, Bursar 25 ■1 ■I Faculty Art Linda C. Iversen Dr. Robert Fritz Elmer J. Arsenault 26 wmmm m Dr. Albert A. Dunlap, Chairman Neil W. Anderson Rose Marie A. Esposito 1 Dr. Frederick W. Davis Biology 27 ■1 ■ . -Tl , _ a ? L SB;, mi ■■■■ Dr. Alice T. O ' M alley f 5 — V Dr. Frank Wolf Dr. Donald J. Schmidt Dr. Robert Zolloli George Steffanides I Dr. John A. McNaney, Chairman Dr. Hasan Bey Dr. George F. Condike Dr. Ma had Vignale Chemistry 29 " . ' ■;■ ■ ■■■ ■1 j i -i» Z)r. Elizabeth Ross Dr. Francis P. Powers Irene Passios J. Walter Richard Education 30 w mm I MH Ktt ■ Dr. A dele M. Driscoll, Chairman Dr. Gertrude Cormier Dr. Anne May, Sp. Ed. inne I. Gret n Elementary Education 31 ■M ■ ■M Joseph L. Finkel Dr. Terry H. Grabar, Chairman George M. Case rrwftinii iBitiam Marie McAllister William R. Keough Dr. Leo J. Hines Nancy M. Lippert lU H WJWI i iiiii » : .n «iii 33 ■ B ■1 MaNna Louis P. Shepherd Dr. James F. Whitehead Robert S. Tap ply Erwin Pally ■ ■f ■■■■■!— ■■■i mmm «■ III it in Mfett i i A . Irene Miranda Lillian Tater John McGrail, Jr. 35 ■1 ■ Pierre L. Pinet, Chairman Dr. Jeanne K. Hambright Anthony B. Feroci Foreign Language Dr. John M. Burke 36 Catherine Cox M ■ t± 1 L Earl P. Clere Geography 37 m HH H HHHI Dr. Donald H. Norton, Chairman Dr. Lawrence J. Arnold Norman Carson History ■ MH M Pasquale Miccihe Dr. Muriel G. McAvoy n -T-C . . Douglas C. Hebb John P. Clark Dr. Marx C. Foster Dr. Edmund li. Thomas Dr. Carleton If. I, a Porte. Jr. 39 ■■ ■ Hi Hl Hl HMI .-■■■•■ ' 1 ' ■ Dr. Edward T. Donnelly, Chairman John T. Andrews m M i l S m ' V Howard J. Besnia Joseph E. Carpenter Industrial A rts 40 1lMII il MAi Joseph C. Farias s Erling Hanson Dr. Harold J. Enzian Dr. Edward F. D risen 1 1 41 l A Frederick R. Miller Rene J. Thomas Ernest Pike Dr. Everett Israel 42 »»i «i Walter F. Harrod George B. James Raymond G. loops 43 ■ffiftt-ftaR T ' TrHB ' -J Robert W. Clark, Chairman Nicholas J. Copoulos Dr. Thomas Knapp Mathematics Dr. Ruth R. Butler 44 ■H ■ •Lv ' kma RKB Ernest E. Fandreyer Donald Freeburg Elizabeth M. Has kins Lawrence J. Rinnan 45 r¥, ' ■ ■ ' Mjmim Helen Carney mm « ,. Dr. Mildred L. Vinsky Judith Schifferle John Gaumond McKay Campus School 46 Thula M. Bieri 1 Marion Cushman Margaret Benton Helen W. Foot Harold F. Desmond 47 ' « ' V? , V " j « • « s V , C r %iW : %.-; ■ lTlCH (Vtobkxs Virginia J. Cossaboom Francis McSherry Essie Mae Jackson John ' . (iaumond Richard Maki ■ 48 — — at 4t . I ■ - ■ ■ Robert S. McDermott M. Elizabeth O ' Connor Richard F. Condon James W. Balentine 49 Johanna Baer ; mv Helene S. Rilev Louis O. Lorenzen Frances E. Marshall Henry Ares I Rose Ann Addori: sio 50 • Dr. Richard L. Kent, Chairman I ! ; W m 9H Frank C. Patterson Linda Kyle Harry Scnwrjian David J. Rousseau Music 51 m Rowena Taylor Virginia Doyle Nursing Bernice M. Krawiec 52 ■M - - — — — ' Sophia B. Harrell Katherine E. O ' Connor Marilyn Bushnell 53 ngm Margaret Taylor Rita Driscoll 54 ■ ■H M • ■■-•- ' ■ s Jane A. Kerr Phyllis H. Green Elizabeth T. May 55 Dr. Walter G. Jeff, Michael J. Conlon Dr. Richard A. DeCesare «W- Dr. Reginald F. O ' Neill Philosophy 56 Dr. Leonard J. Byron Dr. Harry L. Crowley, Chairman Dr. Everett A. Garvin Dr. Alan L. Bernstein Kenneth R. Drevmala Psychology 57 • 05 ' • •■ V« , TlVs»a-3 ' ii.», ' Cj Dr. Paul A. Girling Dr. Donna-Lee McCabe Richard W. Kruse David C. Maloney Thomas Battinelli, Chairman David N. Set tele Carmelo Bazzano Lee V. Cunningham Physical Education 59 Joyce M. Downey Barbara J. Nole Elizabeth A. Kruczek ' o ■ I R 60 j-i a rr - ' Dr. Herbert Kline 4m i ' William A. Bowers Theodore L. Lapierre, Chairman Dr. Esmail Valanejad Normal} II. Fredette Physics 61 ' 8VfU Dr. Grainger Browning Sociology Dr. Harold W. Melvin Dr. A. Orin Leonard 62 ■H Dr. William J. Goldman, Chairman Kathrine E. Flynn Dr. Anne May Special Education 63 Dr. Allen W. Zalk Carla Borg Bernice C. Lothrop 64 Melita W. Thorpe John J. Black Mildred J. Blowen Speech 65 Computer Science Dr. Caroline Murphy Robert Shaughnessy Economics Of, ■ 67 68 W m walking alone kicking the sands of sunny days past jumping among golden leaves fallen from younger years. now-only snow fallen of flakes cold, deep down to freeze the warmth that was there. jodi -• ■ MflUdU ■■M Greaser Night ■ - ■■ ■ nt m . — - n I 71 Special Education 72 ,A- V, ' " i,rt ! ■ Big Brother-Big Sister Halloween Party 73 Filch burg State-Salem State Band Exchange Concert 75 Ice-Cream Smorgasbord 76 ■••• A if i 77 Clubs and Organizations GAVALEER SOCIETY-ROW ONE: Left to right; Joe Connors, Randy Bigelow, Al Errede, Joe DelBove. ROW TWO: John LeBlanc, Brian Cote, Mike Tocci, Ken Rielev, Bob Huhtala, Jay Belliveau. ESOTERIC SOCIETY-ROW ONE: Left to right; Jon Watkins, Keith Maynard, Paul Farren, Rich Courtney, Phil Wallenl. ROW TWO: Jack Barry, Jim Baker, Ernie Lemire, Don Symes, Dave Barrasi, Tony D ' Ambrosio, Steve Lukosus, Chan- dler Barnatchez. ROW THREE: Tom Saloski, Nick Gianakis, Mark Jaivas, Tony Holway, Prank (iregoire. Bill McComas. 7H ♦ rtmv I ' ; t ' 4 ?t ■ jiiTiii MOHAWK CLUB-ROW ONE: Left to right; Mark " Pumpkin " Leonard, Mike Quinn, Joe Kraemer, Jack Fitzgerald, Craig Miller, John " Ratso " Strange. ROW TWO: John Harrington, Roger Jubinville, Mike Flaherty, Mike Kenney, Ralph Di- Bona, Dana Singleton. ROW THREE: Scott Hayes, Dick Sharkey, Rick Hanlon. John Sadano, Dave Erickson, Brian Finneron. ROW FOUR: Harry McLellan, Pe- ter Meiers, John Conelio, A I Kirouac. FENWICK SOCIETY-ROW ONE: Left to right: Leo Shaughnessy, Charles Sam- pson, John Lewis, David Reid, John Pouliot, David Junkins, Gene DeCamp. ROW TWO: Brian Kane, Bill DeVries, Peter Tracy, Jim H hue. Steve Drucker, Steve McGuiness, David Olszewski, Dick Grandmont, Leigh Burrall, Tied Holder. Curtis Bates. ROW THREE: Steve Brown. Boh Ware. Glenn Cote. Jay Castro, Joe Da- volio. Bill Abruzzese, Steve LeClair, Al Vincent. 79 A DELPHIAN SOCIETY -ROW ONE: Left to right; Maureen Robinson, Kathy O ' Connell, Lee Ann Martin, Debbie Symonds, Jean Grant, Lois Brissette, Patti Foto. ROW TWO: Moe McComb, Lucy Blood, Claudia Clarke, Joanne Downey, Judy DeLucia, Nancy Donahue, Cathy Fanos, Karen Vail, Cheri Owen, Colleen Dwarska. NEASYLON SOCIETY -ROW ONE: Left to right; Carol Sobelman, Rosalyn Walezak, Dianna Mancinelli, Angela Themes, Dianne Kryzwicki, Kathleen Min- assian, Anne Karpawick. ROW TWO: Lorna Chester, Eileen Meagher, Debbie Wood, Maureen Hill, Maureen Cox, Maggie Talbot, Carolyn Slowe, Donna Tiso, Donna Rutkowski, Mary Lou Stagnom, Sue Anderer, Jill Hierman, Joan Davis. ROW THREE: Ginger Ledwell, Andie Johnson, Linda Cahill, Donna Dube, Su Tieuli, Nancy Morrissey, Ellen Angelo, Sheila McKeon, Sheila Hemmingson. PHILODEMIC SOCIETY -ROW ONE: Left to right; Wine red Jordan, Sue Di- Con, Monica Shippee, Marty Sullivan, Donna Donahue, Judy Tuttle, Su Willey. ROW TWO: Denise Stevens, Carole Drescher, Virginia Bergin, Cindy Budd. ROW THREE: Bobbie Calamare, Pat Moran, Nancy Bartley, Karen. Murphy, Terri Mo- roski, Wendy Hood, Terry Swift, Ginnie Giovanello, Paula Hindle, Joy Castagna. 81 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: Curtis Bates Vice-President: Bill Abruzzese Secretary: Monica Shippee Treasurer: Marty Sullivan Advisor: Dr. Ross JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: Charles Sampson Vice-President: Ann Karpawich Secretary: Carol Sobelman Treasurer: Joann Martone Advisor: Miss Nole i SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President: John Sadano Vice-President: Virginia Palermo Secretary: Joan Davis Treasurer: Jill Hierman Advisor: Dr. Ackler FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President: Billy Loftus Vice-President: Ellen Davis Secretary: Carol Wade Treasurer: Cheryl Ashely Winter Carnival Chairman: K athy Burke STUDENT GO VERNMENT A SSOCIA TION President: Alice Seagull Vice-President: Cindi Moore Corresponding Secretary: Cathy Minassian 84 mm INTER-DORM COUNCIL Martha O ' Toole David Harper Maureen Cox Mary McGowan Linda Thistle DORM COUNCIL ROW ONE: Joan Kennedy Louise Bombardiere Gayle Blair Donna Woodworth Sharon Pickett Elaine Fierman Row I if 0: June Kfoury Carol Chislom Linda Thistle Debbie Jacket Marie () ' Shea 85 UNITED MINORITY STUDENTS-ROW ONE: Left to right; Regina Bailey, Sheila Spiney, Bich-Lein Phan. Sophia Coker, Lorna Chester. ROW TWO: Vertelle MacMillan, Harriet Alexan- der, Juanita Bailer. Ken Reillv. Joan Diggo, Karen Vertellozzi. FITCH BURG INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION-ROW ONE: Left to right; Kent Sigfried, David Junkins, Richard Franz. ROW TWO: Mr. Raymond Hoops- Advisor, Peter Girouard, A I Vincent, Jim Massa. 86 HOSTESS CLUB Soo-Som Mah Bich-Lien Phan Sophia Coker Marlene Mclntyre Lawly White Irene Forssen Linda Pirie PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Judy Sundens Connie Pappas Margaret OLearv Patricia G lav in Sophia Coker Jim Barclay Dave Vienneau Patricia Philips Dr. Bernstein—Advisor Claire Lesne.sk i Ton Rousseau Sidney Poutenis 87 Soccer • _• ' • ' ' . ' ■ . 88 wmmmmk IB.-— _. _ 89 sum 90 ' ■■■ 91 Cross-Country Tom Gustafson Brian Feeney Joe Rosado Bill Abruzzese Ken Paul John Moore Barry Fisher Bill Pothir Bob Parabicoli Mr. Bill Saville-coach 92 Field Hockey Nan McMenamon Cindy Catabia Linda Schultz Jeannie Winkelman Alison Greene Charlotte Greenhalgh Karen Piermarini Denise O ' Brien Janice Lehman Jane Matusek Liisa Adams Jane Rivard Pam Oinaven Tennis 93 I o Herbal I Sharon Perkins Deb Coombs Karen Piermarini Nancy H oodacre Saverina Scopeletti Deb Bisceglia Susanne Michaud Joyce Richards Deb Snowden Gail Sultan Martha Snow- Barbara Fortier Colleen Dwarska ROW ONE: Marsha Charlton, Dee Dee Dion, Sheila McKeon. ROW TWO: Leslie Faucet t, Beth Libby, Diane Paul. ROW THREE: Colleen Pi- card, Betty Richardson, Jean Payette, Ellen Davis. Varsity Cheerleaders - 94 ■ H Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Roberta Rizzo, Libby Wright, Sue Russell, Carol Wade, Brenda Rodziewk Jean Valdanbrine. 95 Candids McGovern MASSACHUSETff 97 ■i THANK V2 CRUSOE 98 ■1«W» 99 LOO ' m ' . iajL V ' ' fl ■ ■ 101 with every passing year life gets more complicated the truths i once had i have no more i once held the world in my arms now it holds me tightly controlling my every thought. Danette 102 tf? ' $. ijitt ' H Ajk- w V v ■ 8 T? ♦V hm f tffii V J w If ' inter Carnival Ball 1972 King and Queen Jeff O ' Neill Carleen DiM asset 1973 King and Queen Curtis Bates Donna Donahue 04 .C.X " - J- ulHtf «jfi 105 106 ■Pv W •■ ■ 107 108 g M M 109 Winter Carnival-Olympic Foolery 1 1 1 12 WMHI 113 V. 14 1 15 ■ ■»! Winter Carnival-Murals 116 IWlffH 117 1 r S or i r K hrr t ■ J l i ' x 1 — It..--! mi A iJ s scrs tSBBi Zjt 118 , vV ' J $ I I 1 ) Band and Choir-Christmas Concert 120 HHH 121 ■ 122 [23 Christmas in the Dorm E % ! 7KW MBtfl IW 126 127 Hockey HOCKEY-ROW ONE: Left to right; John Crowley, Rich Dimarzio, J. Scott Johnson, Dave Bullock, Sean O ' Brien, Phil Manooshian. ROW TWO: Ed Morocco, Keith Mavnard, Bill Loftus, Jack Marchand, John Lewis, Tom Casey, Phil White, Ken Ahem, John Burke, Pete Kadlik, Don Ciampa, Mr. Tom Christopher --coach. 128 «H H 30 UiH » -nf i 131 Basketball BASKETBALL-ROW ONE: Left to right; Dick Donnelly, Steve Mager, Jim Todd, Thomas Murray. ROW TWO: Mr. Lee Cunningham— coach, Richie Melillo, Gregg Picucci, Mickey Lorden, Chris Uhl, Mr. Patrick Murphy— coach. 32 L33 In Winter ' s despair a promise was born of a Spring of hope to come. 34 Junior Class Weekend 136 MM! Olympic Foolery 137 mm Spring Picnic 138 Ice -Cream Smorgasbord 139 I ariety Show 140 ■ . ' JWU i«i ii ivivivjl Arsenic and Old Lace 41 ■ Jail Day 142 mmk Spring Athletic Banquet Band and Choir 144 ■- European Trip 145 Industrial Arts 146 HH 11 !■ I MI f iiiiliiiiv Washington D.C. Trip lllllUlff • - . . — -v. , Baseball BASEBALL-ROW ONE: Left to right; Howard Klash, Steve Brown, David Reid, Gregg Picucci, Brian Kane, Richard Ingemie, Dick Morin, Mr. Norman Carson— coach. ROW TWO: Guy Pet- ruello, Chris Uhl, Bill Law, Fred Holder, Richard Grandmont, Peter Gagnon, Steve Drucker, Steve Gould, Mr. Richard Johnson-coach. 148 « i mmmmammmmimeM Track TRACK-ROW ONE: Left to right; Gary Belanger, Mr. David Settele-coach, Jeff O ' Neill. ROW TWO: Henry Montanari, Eric White, John Lewis, Ken Paul, Bill Abruzzese, Steve Klupski, Rex Mescouich. ROW THREE: Peter Tracy, John Crowley, Fran Doyle, Bill Hackler, Kevin White, Art Stickler. 50 W y j m t O " r 151 Intramurals (52 fife " - m Softball 153 w nUWClUB » . 1 % 154 WW ' MHMi M Basketball 155 Seniors class r CE .1 V " kV» " ' • f r q 1 5 p £ 4 William M. Abruzzese, Jr. Industrial Arts Jean Addorisio Special Education Nancv L. Albanese Nursing Virginia H. Albro Elementary Education Gail Allen Elementary Education r 158 ■ £»¥ HWIil Judith A. Alukonis History Miriam J. Anderson Mathematics Patricia Ashe Nursing Catherine E. Avery Nursing Nancy Badger Elementary Education 159 Gail M. Baker L j Special Education Joanne E. Balsamo Mathematics Roberta Barigelli Mathematics Sheryl A. Barret te Special Education John E. Barry Industrial Arts 60 HilHHI Joyce E. Bartlett Special Education Lynn M. Barzottini Elementary Education Curtis A. Bates Elementary Education Michele E. Beach Special Education Deborah P. Beat Psychology 161 Mary L. Bergeron Nursing Donna C. Berndl Medical Technology Diane E. Bilotta Nursing Linda A. Bilotta Elementary Education Linda M. Blackmer Elementary Education 62 MKHUBrOfMIA.im 1 Ellen M. Blakley Special Education Robert Blanchard Mathematics Richard Blanchette English Roberta A. Blood Elementary Education Robert A. Bloom Industrial Arts 163 Denise L. Brennan Nursing Elizabeth E. Bovle Nursing Karen Brazeau Elementary Education Linda L. Brown Elementary Education 164 ■sUf V.feW Marilyn J. Brown Elementary Education Donald E. Burgess Geography Sandra L. Burson Elementary Education Pamela M. Butler Special Education Margaret A. Caisse English 165 Cathy A. Calvi Elementary Education Christine E. Cande Nursing John P. Capuano Industrial Arts Nancy E. Carey Special Education Leonard Chin Special Education 166 HH VHI Anne Chisholm Elementary Education David Chuinard Mathematics Charlotte Cichonski Elementary Education Miriam L. Clapp Elementary Education Joan E. Christum Elementary Education 167 Mary E. Clark Nursing Mary J. Coco Elementary Education Francis G. Coffey Elementary Education Deborah H. Condon Special Education John J. Connolly Biology 168 Joan M. Corbett Special Education Charles Corley Industrial Arts Mary C. Corcoran Special Education Rosemary J. Corley Special Education Sandra L. Corcoran Special Education .69 Norman J. Cormier Psychology Sharon A. Coughlin Elementary Education James Cournoyer Biology Richard Courtney History Samuel J. Covello Industrial Arts 170 John D. Crowley Industrial A rts Cathrine Cunningham Elementary Education Gail A. Curry Special Education Patricia Cushing Elementary Education Nancy ' ' . Cutrumbes Elementary Education 17 C ruhia A. DelBove Elementary Education Karen A. Delorme Special Education Michael J. Delsol Mathematics Silvia P. DeLusan History Anita DePasquale Nursing 172 Peter D. Dewar Industrial Arts Ralph M. DiBona Industrial Arts Cynthia A. DiConza Elementary Elementary Diane E. Dolan Elementary Education Donna M. Donahue Special Education .73 Joanne DuFour Psychology Jane M. Donnelly Nursing Steven D. Druker Special Education Deborah A. Dupre Elementary Education Gail A. Dussault Elementary Education 174 John F. Earley English Helen T. Emma Elementary Education Judith A. Epstein Elementary Education Sheila A. Fantozzi Elementary Education Steven P. Finer Industrial Arts 175 ■SVMHMI John T. Fitzgerald Industrial Arts Debra L. Francis Mathematics Susan M. Gawlev Special Education Annette C. Gemme Elementary Education Elizabeth Giacoppe Special Education 176 ' - Arlene C. Gibson Elementary Education Charlene Girouard Elementary Education Patricia A. Glavin Special Education Gail M. Godzik Elementary Education Lea E. Goff Elementary Education 177 Monica M. Groden Special Education Stephen M. Gould Geography Nancy M. G ruber Special Education Donna M. Grautski Elementary Education Stanley Gust af son Industrial Arts 78 M ■HBH Victor A. Guy English Patricia A. Hackler Mathematics William R. Hackler Mathematics Jeanne Hagelstein Special Education Kathleen E. Halacy Special Education 179 Jane E. Hardy Elementary Education Shirley A. Haynes Special Education Karen A. Heil Special Education Sister Mary T. Hennessy Chemistry Joan V. Hession Special Education 80 - • ' -, HI Linda J. Holland Elementary Education Patricia Holland Special Education Mark P. Holmes Elementary Education David Horton Special Education Dale Hubbard Mathematics 181 • ■ Lois V. Hutchinson Elementary Education Richard A. Ingemie Geography Mark D. Jarvis Special Education Janice L. Johnson Elementary Education 182 nwii f BH J. Scott Johnson Elementary Education Jacquelyn A. Joyce Elementary Education James M. Kane Indus I n i I Arts Son a J. Kavulskis Biology Patricia A. Kcanc Elementary Education 83 Andrew P. Keith History Catherine Kennedy Nursing Mary Ellen Kelley English Jane A. Kennedy Elementary Education Joanne F. Kennedy English 184 ■ H KUBJVJ EWWHM Michael E. Kenney Industrial Arts Kenneth D. Kifer Mathematics Susan Kosciuszek Nursing John Kozikowski Industrial Arts Carol A. Kramer Nursing 185 Arlene Kuniewich Elementary Education Jonas Kriauciunas Indus trial Arts Rita Kidman Elementary Education Carol LaCance Special Education Katherine LaEleur Nursing 186 w- 1 BMHJ0S- Joanne LaLomiere Special Education Susan M. LaPalme Nursing Carol R. Lavoie Elementary Education Carol A. Lebel Elementary Education Lawrence A. Le Blanc History 187 Lynne A. Le Blanc Elementary Education Jean E. LeClair Elementary Education Mark A. Leonard Industrial Arts Robert D. LeSage Mathematics Margaret Lesneski Biology 188 mmmmmmmmm } ' ■Bn i.i i MHW John R. Lewis Industrial Arts Jeffrey D. Lilley Geography Michael K. Lorion Psychology Suzanne M. Lucas Special Education Stanley Lysy Industrial Arts 189 tan m Jean Mac A vox Elementary Education Barbara Maker Special Education Mary Ellen Maker Special Education Cheryl M. Main guy Special Education Laura J. Manning Nursing 190 I :i - m Susan J. Manzi Nursing Eveline Martin Elementary Education James A. Massa Industrial Arts Donna Matherway Nursing Jean Matheson Special Education — 191 MH Stephen Menesale Industrial Arts Valerie Maxranen Elementary Education Paul D. McNeil Special Education Therese B. Menge Nursing Eric B. Merriam Industrial Arts 192 r - £»2 ' Denis R. Meunier Biology Helen Michaelides Elementary Education Craig A. Miller Industrial Arts Carol A. Millette Elementary Education Harold D. Mi Is History 193 Gregg D. Mitchell Mathematics Lorraine M. Moisan Nursing Sandra K. Monrow Nursing Denise R. Morel Special Education Donald P. Morin Industrial Arts 194 Ml • i % » mmsma ■KaH M Hi BM pB Carleton Mountain English Donna E. Mulherin Elementary Education Karen A. Murphy Special Education Pauline Napolitano Special Education Corinne H. Nelson History 195 ■ ■■ Mi l Kathleen E. Newman Elementary Education James Nicholas Special Education 196 Gloria A. Nowak Biology Patricia L. O ' Leary Special Education Jenevra A. Orr Special Education X V ■■■■■■■■■■■■IH Michelle Ouimette Elementary Education Rolf H. Owens, Jr. Industrial Arts Carol Parker Special Education Kathleen M. Payson Special Education Christine Person Elementary Education 197 m nw JN2W1M Sister D. M. Peterson Elementary Education Bich-Lien T. Phan Biology L. Gregg Picucci Elementary Education Marta Piermarini History Martha J. Pitre English 198 Beth M. Poikonen Elementary Education Peter Pontbriand Biology John A. Quatrale History Elizabeth A. Quigley Elementary Education Robert N. Quance Industrial Arts £? 199 Geraldine Reynolds Psychology David F. Re id Mathematics Marie L. Rezendes Elementary Education Catharine Revell Mathematics Rosamaria X. Ricci Elementary Education 200 ■■■■■■■■hhb MaMBMMnHBHHM __ oyce C. Rocha Special Education Ines M. Romano Psychology Nancy J. Royak Psychology Donna M. Rutkowski Elementary Education Susan D. Sadlicr Medical Technology 201 Robert M. Sana Elementary Education John J. Santoro Industrial Arts Daunice M. Sargent Mathematics Richard G. Sautter Industrial Arts William A. Schultz Industrial Arts 202 ■B H HHH M HmH Kristine A. Selke Elementary Education James R. Sharkey History Monica A. Shippee Special Education Marsha Silvester Elementary Education Margaret Sliwoski Vursing 203 Jane E. Snow Elementary Education Catherine B. Smith Elementary Education Malig Soghomogian Industrial Arts Kathryn B. Smith Special Education Joseph D. Solomito History 204 NBHBB 1H ■HBB Mary J. Southard Nursing Joanne A. Spanos Special Education Michael J. Sparkes Mathematics Kathleen Spell man Special Education Mary A. Spencer Elementary Education ■ 205 iM-«fe « Nancy 1 ' . Spiliotis Elementary Education Jeannie L. StCyr Biology Nancy Stempleski Nursing Jayne M. Stevens Elementary Education Denise M. Stevens Special Education 206 Judy A. Stoddard Special Education John Strange Industrial Arts -:■ ' :■: ::- Clark St uart History Barbara J. Sullivan Nursing Joel A. Sullivan Special Education 207 M Martha E. Sullivan Special Education Michael E. Sullivan Mathematics Beverly A. Sweeney Elementary Education Joan C. Swenson Special Education Dehra A. Symonds Mathematics 208 ' ft Ruth M. Tamulevich Medical Technology Paul M. Taylor Special Education Sydney E. Taylor Industrial A rts Paula L. Terzian Elementary Education Carol Testagrossa Elementary Education 209 ■ ■ Angela M. Themes Special Education Norma J. Therrien Elementary Education Robert . . Thomas English Elizabeth L. Thorns Elementary Education Susan F. Tieuli Special Education 210 Joan A. Toumas History w y 4 Robert J. Tuholski Industrial Arts Donna M. Travers Nursing Barbara Turcotte Elementary Education Michael P. Travers Special Education 21 — - —--..- April C. Underwood Elementary Education Karen A. Vail Nursing Steven I aillancourt Industrial Arts Cynthia VanAmburgh Special Education Patricia Vandesteen Elementary Education 212 ■■ ■ Francine Vantour Special Education John Vdovjak Industrial Arts Ruth E. Wagner Nursing Marx E. Walden Special Education Gloria Walendziak Elementary Education 213 ■■ Gail A. Wintturi Elementary Education Stephen J. Walsh Geography Ellen C. Weiner Special Education m m I v J Philip G. White Special Education Gwendolyn Williams Elementary Education 214 Karen J. Williams Special Education Janice M. Witek Special Education Kenneth Williams Mathematics Vickie A. Young Nursing Sally A. Williams Nursing Elissa E. Zekos Elementary Education 215 Class Song m-Tasa i y m There is something, all around us. That we feel, that we know. And this something, is all about us. And it ' s ours, yours, and mine. Oh we hoped, hoped and tried. And the memories, we have inside will go on, As we travel on through the years. (To the melody of " Turn Around " ) ' ■., ' ■■ ■b hes mt 218 ; » J H HUH RHnnm 219 Fitchburg State College Wins Safety A ward The students from Fitchburg State College have re- cently returned from the Urban Vehicle Design Com- petition held at the General Motor Proving Grounds at Milford, Michigan. This competition is an outgrowth of the previous clean Air Car Race held in 1970. The purpose of this competition was to design and construct a vehicle that would function within the city environ- ment. The F.S.C entry has recently completed a display tour of Detroit and Chicago. This was a consequential result of the " Overall Safety Award " , presented to the team at the six day national Urban Vehicle Competition. The award was given to the team " For consideration of safety in design and development of new concepts in safety systems " . The F.S.C. team is an outgrowth of the school ' s Industrial Arts Department and specifically its Power Mechanic ' s Lab. The students, for the last ten months, have been designing and constructing a vehicle for urban use. The concept of the vehicle has been that of overall passenger safety, extremely low pollution and consumer cost. The students first selected a 1970 Ford Maverick as their base vehicle, due to isolation system, which in a high speed collision, will afford protection to the passengers, while taking advantage of the calculated energy absorb- ing crush characteristics inherent in unibody structure. They have also added at both ends of the vehicle five mile per hour crash absorbing bumper systems. Added padding in specifically needed areas in the interior has also been used. Another safety feature of the F.S.C. car is that of tri- colored rear lighting system. This system operates with green lights when accelerating, amber lights when coast- ing, and red lights when stopping. To attain lower emissions, the students have converted the vehicle to a dual fuel system. This system is com- prised of Liquified Natural Gas for city use and un- leaded gasoline for extended trips outside the city. A catalytic reactor was added to the exhaust system so that both fuels would obtain lower emissions. The core group of students involved with the project were: Stephen Kilcoyne and Stanley Gustafson, Co- Chairman; Burton Burjon, Secretary; Donald Irving, Treasurer; Lawrence Richards, Technical Writer; Steven Vaillancourt, Technical Illustrator; Leonard Delory, Robert Eaton, Edward Haddad, Jack Misilo, Fredrick Mueller, Richard Sautter, Andrew Wo lander; Asst. Prof Erling Hanson, Faculty Advisor; and Dr. Edward Mar- tin, Mathematical Consultant. The vehicle is tentatively scheduled to be shown at area high schools, places of interest and at the end of this month will be shown at the International Liquified Natural Gas Symposium held in Washington, D. C 220 221 ■ -.J, Sports at Fitchburg State College TRA CK A ND CROSS-COUNTR Y The Track program which was initiated by Mr. Batti- nelli and coached by Mr. Settele the last 7 years, has enjored a very successful campaign, always, being one of the top three Track teams in the State College Confer- ence for the last ten years. The availability of their own track may establish them as the team to beat in the future. The Cross-Country team organized five years ago this year, enjoyed a successful season under the leadership of William Sari lie. With most of the key men on the team consisting of Freshmen and Sophomores, the future looks bright. HOCKEY Hockey, in its third year under the coaching of new head coach Tom Christopher, is gaining great en- thusiasm with the college. An attempt is being made to strengthen the Hockey program by attracting some of the better Hockey players in the area. The program is growing and interest and attendance at games seems to double with each season. GOLF Started two years ago F.S.C. presents another sport with a reputation of being a winner. Pat Murphy, in his first year, is looking forward to keep his team on the winning trail. BASEBALL Under the guidance of head coach Norman Carson and assistant Richard Johnson the team has established itself as a potential winner. In the last six years, the dedication and hard work of the players has provided F.S.C. with this winning attitude. They are looking forward to their new diamond which should be available in the future. SOCCER The oldest team sport at F.S.C. is attempting to regain some of the stature it held in the past as one of the top Soccer teams in the east. Such stand-outs as President Hammond, Gene Cassasa, and current coaches Fred Miller and head coach Joseph Farias are graduates of the past winning teams. As Soccer gains in popularity it is hoped that we will attract some of the better qualified players. BASKETBALL Though in his fifth year as head coach, Lee Cunning- ham and assistant Pat Murphy have proved themselves dedicated coaches. The current team shows the ability and enthusiasm to give any of their opponents a true battle. One of the goals of the Athletic Department is to gain the enrollment of some of the local Basketball talent. TENNIS Coach John Andrews, former star on the F.S.C. Ten- nis team is enjoying his third year as head coach. The Tennis team is returning three of the last years starting men. 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