Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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.- V 3 I -1 A 'P 9? -R L 2 ,,, 5? ' A' Aft ff , ,Q V-r E - f-. . 114---3.1 I 1' L..-J,4.,f,j-.Sl A, Q .'-1, . ,az .JA .iv u w144.w1r1,,,,f+,: .1 Framingham State College X 3 NEI ' 'jf X . ' ' ' :? f.,v: 5 , l 1 f 1 I N Nfl' ,rg 1 at at Y f- I X XXX - if 'ff X X - ll El' w"fE7' .N 1 -I., 'ibzrlifgbx . I W . ' 1 N I QQ Q s i ' 'XY P 1 . it l x ' 1, A 'Q 'Q A ills X ' I f lr, X 1 ' b l U N . ill 'wmv it , s iw, 4 EXPRESSIONS OF OURSELVES SPQRTS Dedication 2 Year of the Ram Photograffiti 4 Soccer Retrospect - the year '77-'78 'IO Football Ten ' EDUCATORS AND LEADERS Fieldllilockey Volle b ll Administration 20 Hockleya Faculty 28 Basketball Tribute 49 Softball B b ll CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Istsrilguralg Schedule of events Activities 52 Studying 56 sTuoENT LIFE Campus Quiz 62 Blizzard '78 64 I-arned Stereotypes 66 Lindsley Parking 70 Q'C0nn0f Student involvement 72 Towers Exodus 96 Horace Mann Peirce Commuters SENIORS Portraits Looking back Senior week Commencement Ball Commencement Directory 100 102 104 106 110 112 114 116 120 122 124 128 132 134 136 138 140 142 144 152 194 210 224 228 236 There are many great people who achieved wealth, fame, and status. There are less known who are equally as great. They have left a mark that many will long remember. This is the purpose of the DIAL dedication: To pay tribute to the people who have worked long and hard for the benefit of the campus community. This year we have a double dedication: Dr. Robert Anstey has been a faculty ,,... A- N . 1 ' .X member of the Geography Department since 1970. He has served on the Schel- duling and Registration Committee, Student Activity Fund Committee, Graduate Accredidation Committee. He is a member of the New England St. Lawrence Valley Geographic Society and the Association of American Geographers. A Working together he made our sen- ior year a success by being class ad- visor. His wisdom an sound judgement guided our action. His enthusiasm and l ' ix 1. m ' i 1, Jile, X. X S .. 'cf 5534 'l" if 1 ,Av Nix., Q A 1 .S .gi X ,. - saw. ,im-0 ' , - ,w.,- DN. t ,sv x l,p.,xx, ak, N 1, l wx- ta -.4 wg fic? sr . 5 if ' 1 ' iff iAjr',f31 :Y ' ..,, 1 s- g fn.. is-:9l,',,Q1f A a 3. s'+"a"fzw t1"5Ei?f'fT Q 1.'3w4'?t't. : 'filfs-S A-f v s is tilts? V1-Q X 5' 'i'fitX?'2, 3 Hhs uw-'ist Q: as "gm ggi P gentleness won many hearts. His in- 4 ,L fluence on the class of sf has been three fold: 78 and others as instructor as leader and as a valued friend N-sms. 4, . ,Vim R.. wg. 5 ' t 2. Qi. '4 N-sfxrs ws' - we nfl. 1... awk Q ...r-A 'T Dr. Thomas Eames has been teaching at Framingham State College since 1972. ln this time he has been the Honor Council Ad- visor, Research Advisor to Sr. Chemistry majors, and been actively involved with the Framingham State College Professional As- sociation serving in the Nominations and Elections Committee. He is a member ofthe American Chemical Society where he has evaluated scientific instruments to be used by our Chemistry Department. Dr. Eames has been the Student Govern- ment Association advisor for the past three years. In this position he has been an unself- ish person who has always been available to guide the SC-A members. 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'-'-"' 'T julie Glavin, Director of Residence Life, said recently that housing problems were caused when the resident atrition, or rate of withdrawal, turned out to be much lower than projected. The overflow of female residents was temporarily accommodated by the use of Towers Lounges, faculty apartments in O'Connor, and the addition of another bed to some rooms. Although no male residents were assign- ed to temporary housing, the male resi- dence halls were at full capacity for the first time in the school's history. Nursing At FSC? About 800 area registered nurses who ex- pected to begin work toward a Bachelor of Science in nursing in the fall were disap- pointed this year. Framingham State College had planned to implement the nursing pro- gram in a part-time basis in conjuction with the Continuing Education department. The problem was that the college assumed that the switch from full time to part-time cur- riculum would be handled as it had with oduy prognnnsin the pamg Nuryng was originally slated to be a full-time program, but eliminated due to lack of funds. The latest proposal would provide for the program to be offered through Continuing Education on a self-supporting basis with no cost to the Commonwealth. The colleges collaborating with Framingham CBoston, Fitchburg, Salem, and Worcesterb already offer the major in Nursing as part of their regular program. The colleges concerned are now working under the coraborative organization which aims to have Framing- ham offer the needed general education and liberal arts requirements making use of staff from the other colleges to deal with professional nursing courses and clinical experiences. President McCarthy had hoped that FSC would have its own nursing program. He stated that the cooperative nursing program can answer the area's needs temporarily. SN? , SQ' Lg -T x. Mini Course The Mini Course Program was developed to facilitate small groups in which people could share leisure time, interests, skills and hobbies outside of the classroom. It was also an excellent opportunity for commuters to become directly involved in campus social life. The courses were open to all students at minimal or no cost with an additional S2 per course charge for non-students. Funding for this program was made pos- sible through a portion of the College Cen- ter Trust Fund Budget entitled Life Skill Workshops. The Mini Course Program was developed through the Student Activities office in conjunction with the Special Programs Committee of The Student Union Board. l l l I l K' i r TTT f 5 V ,rut 5 Q- rn' 5- - Hg, Fire More than 300 students of Larned Hall were evacuated early one February morn- ing when a fire reportedly caused by an electrical appliance, occured on the north side of the sixth floor. Norman Maclntosh, RA, discovered the blaze at 1:10 a.m. while investigating the blackout of his television. Macintosh saw smoke coming out from under the door of Room 630, where the fire started, and im- mediately alerted the two residents of the room who were asleep. The Framingham Fire Department re- sponded at once and extinguished the blaze within one half hour according to a Fire Department spokesman. College Administrators and Fire Depart- ment officials have not been able to esti- mate the exact amount of damage, but a precise figure was to be released. Students living on the north side of the sixth floor were unable to return to their rooms after the fire because of excessive smoke damage, and were housed in friend's rooms or empty rooms in Larned Hall. Ms. julie Clavin, director of Residence Life, stated that a number of fire safety regu- lations were violated. Food Poisoning On Friday November, 4, a number of Framingham State College students became ill on what was suspected to be food served in the Student Center Cafeteria. Approximately 200 students were taken to the infirmary and released. Twenty stu- dents were taken to the Framingham Union Hospital and released. According to a ques- tionairre sent out by Assistant Dean of Stu- dents, Wendy Noyes, 391 students reported they got ill. At the time it was not known what was the cause of the sickness. State and local health officials and an inspector from the Con- tagious Disease Division of the Massachu- setts Department of Public Health, were brought in to investigate. They immediately shut-down the cafeteria but upon complet- ing their inspection they found the cafeteria in order, with no sanitation violations. ,sv My , . gf. 'V ww" . . ,fl .s f On November 17, the Gatepost reported that the college physician, Doctor Robert Sumner believed the illness to have been caused by toxins from staphyloccus ingested with food. In a report released on February 2, 1978 from George Waterman, M.D., the Assistant Director, Division of Communi- cable and Veneral Diseases, for the Com- monwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Dr. Waterman stated: Be- cause staphylococcus, phase type 6f47f 54f75 was isolated from a burn on the hand of one of the foodhandlers, and because of the clinical findings, of those who were ill, he fully agreed with Dr. Sumner's find- ings. He went on to state that it is entirely possible to have only a relatively small of the food contaminated, and have no pathogenic organisms isolated from the food samples examined. Baird Affair Speaking for the administration, Dr. D. justin McCarthy, FSC president, denied charges the administration made any efforts to block abor- tion rights advocate Bill Baird from speaking at the college. The charges were made prior to Baird's lec- ture April 10 by Roland Van Liew, former SUB member. Van Liew charged the administration made two efforts to block Baird from speaking pre- viously and made a third attempt this time to stop him from speaking in addition to telling Baird the reason he could not appear at FSC was that a room was not available at the college. Van Liew also charged the public was barred from a lecture for the first time since he was on SUB, and South Middlesex News was allowed to attend only after strong pressure to let them. Van Liew told the South Middlesex News that FSC is "a state-supported college, supported by public funds," and that "they have no right to keep the public out." Pres. McCarthy responded by saying they have every right to keep the public out from an activity paid for by FSC students if allowing the public in threatens the possibility of FSC students attending and that Baird was brought to the campus by FSC students funds and not public funds. Assistant Dean of Student Activities Susan Siegal, had been named as the main person in- volved in the Bill Baird affair by Roland Van Liew. Van Liew said that Dean Siegal told him Baird could not speak at FSC because he was Bill Baird, and that she requested him to call Baird and tell him that a room was not available. Dean Siegal said that she opposed Baird speak- ing at FSC because she felt he would have an ad- verse effect on the college community. She felt she had to think of the college as a whole and that some people might have been offended by Baird's appearance. The signifance of the charges and answers in the Baird affair, Van Liew stated, was that the ad- ministration found out they cannot tell students who they could have speak and who they could not have, because if they do the students will use their student government and lawyer to make sure their rights are kept up. Damage Fee FSC Student Government Association President Patricia Coulter, charged the col- lege of misusing the damage fee account. The damage fee account is composed of the 51350 damage security deposit each dor- mitority student pays yearly. Ms. Coulter said "It appears that funds in I the account are being carried forward from one year to the next, students are not re- ceiving interest on their deposits and the account has been used for 524,000 loan to - the dormitiory authority account, which pays the salaries of maintenance personnel." The college claims 517,692 were used for I repairs since September." Barry Walker, SGA attorney, said "In ef- fect it appears to us the damage account has been treated as some kind of excess ac- I count from which disbursements can be made willy-nilly to finance other obliga- tions." Frank Haley, director of fiscal affairs, said, "The Board of Trustees gives us the author- ' ity to carry funds forwarded from one year I to the next, and added, "It is done this way at all state colleges." X ,lqw A gggwg g ' Dorm Security Due to a tightening up of security around campus the Housing Office came out with a interim parietal security ruling in Decem- ber. "Policy During Hours of Desk Cover- age" 1. All guests of residents must sign in, and leave a valid ID or Driver's License with the desk receptionist. 2. lD'S will be returned upon signout. 3. ID'S not reclaimed when desk recep- tionist goes off duty will be available in the Campus Police office or returned by the desk receptionist when coverage resumes the next morning. "Policy During Hours When Desk ls Not Covered" 1. ln order to be admitted to a residence hall back to the front door is locked, all students must report to Campus Police with their guests. 2. Campus Police will keep the ID or Drivers License of guests in the Campus Police Of- fice. lD'S not reclaimed will be given by the Campus Police to the desk receptionist in the morning. And if that wasn't bad enough we were further told, "Residence Hall Director's will be reviewing parietal violations daily and forwarding repeated violators to the All College judicial Board." ...Q.aM. I cfs:-"' ...W ifffs. i ' Sits-mit With the new regulations posted, security tightened and desk sitters were required to ask all visiters for valid id's. Many cheerfully complied with these wishes, but others seemed unsatisfied with the new rules. Ladies and gents alike must become accustomed to the phrase, "Do you have an id?" Nzff' ""'s'-- , ff- li . -I , , 4? . .,--1. . T.. . sh . Lag'- IN .:..':'..is All it rf-t ,cf SUB Overspending In a 3Vz hour emotion filled session, the Stu- dent Senate voted to loan the SUB 510,000 so the SUB could continue to provide program- ming on this campus for the rest of the year. The evening session climaxed a week of worry and frustration for the leaders of SUB because the SGA was opposed to giving the SUB the money after it had totally spent its 552,720 bud- get for this academic year. The plan which was accepted by the Senate, after four others had failed, called for the SGA to loan SUB the money and have that group repay the 510,000 at the beginning of next semester from their budget which will be allocated by the SGA. The program of SUB spending more money than they had realized April 3 when Jeanette Neilsen, the SUB Chairperson and Susan Mel- pignano, the SUB treasurer were going over Flu Epidemic A virus infected the FSC campus. It had substantial impact on both resident com- munity and the academic activities of the college. The resident cafeteria makes prepara- tions for approximately 1,100 at the lunch- time meal. On Tuesday Feb. 14 only 951 stu- dents partook of the midday offering. In the evening the resident cafeteria only served 1,025 meals as compared to the nor- mal preparation of 14,895 meals. Headcounts were taken in each of the dorms to determine the number of stu- dents complaining of ill health. As of Wed. Feb. 15, at least 625 students out of an ap- proximate dorm total of 1,500 claimed to be suffering from the effects of the flu. Resi- dents of Peirce and Horace Mann openly admitted that over half of their dorm-mates were suffering from the bug. their organizations class and club account books to prepare for next years budget requests. Miss Neilsen, in an interview with the Gate- post before the Tuesday meeting said, "We have overspent our budget. We did the same number of programs allowed by the budget, but we ex- panded some of the programs." Because of the overspending SUB had to cut some programs that were not contracted for and they raised the price of tickets for other programs to help make up for the lost income. The 510,000 SGA allocated to SUB was to be to complete programs for the rest of the year which were expected to cost 58,300 The addi- tional 51,700 was to be used for unforeseen expenses according to Miss Neilson. SUB treasurer, Susan Melpignano said the overspending of the budget "was a bookkeep- ing error, and not intentional." The Nurses' office worked a double shift around the clock in hopes of coping with the sudden attack. There was evidence that the flu bug was present on campus before the snowstorm that froze Massachusetts, but the sudden and rapid spread of the flu through the resident community was apparently due to forced inactivity the storm created. Because of the widespread effect of the flu throughout the residential community the college urged those suffering from the virus to go home rather than stay around because of their school work. There was no academic penalty imposed on those stu- dents who missed school during the week of Feb, 13 and any tests or exams schel- duled during that period were given an- other date. The Great Blizzard Of 78 The Great Blizzard of 78 brought amounts of snow that Massachusetts hadn't seen in years. Record high numbers of inches were reported all over the state. The blizzard was a crippler to say the least. Massachusetts along with several other New England states were declared disaster areas. Traffic on roads was banned, roads were impassable, schools and businesses were closed for days. 05:1 521535 7 Ili 1-- V .4v""' !f'N L31 v f .jk . 5 - P ...ffif , . 4 .- fin,-5 ', - lily.: 1, 0 -av. Ol: 4, , I. l , f , . r I , 'V mi-f , 1 1 , 173: 5 i 2 .mu .. L ,t i - x L J. -U1 yy, 1 '- V ,. ,. -. 1 , ,:. my 3' '1 Y ,VIA xv, . ,,.L,,,-gsm C132 L-',Mxe' ' . .w,gf,fx:1'a:-Lai! . 1 ' 'fy " g,f,-1 ,rw ,,i1" 'wwf- Q. sr. 4 y f . v ml . in u. 1 1 Dr. Justine McCarthy President flu 4. if 3' e,, eff, ' 1 Dr. Gail E. Cosgrove ecutive Vice-President X In finding the meaning of what it means to be an Administrator of a college or University, and particularly what role the administrators of Fram- ingham State College play as concerns it's stu- dents, we only have to look at the definition of the verb, "to administer." Among the defini- tions: to manage affairs, to to bring into use or operation, to make application of, we find one which seems to describe the College Administra- tor's job most aptly, "to give aid." 4 Dr. joseph Pallidino ' Q, Dean of Continuing Education L ' ,if I Q'E2s gcaglik, ng: .-.A xx r ' P 5 I-. Ez Js:f.'f.':+-.s .I C 3 Dr. Robert Marsh Admin. Asst. to the President 1 Dr. Arthur Chaves Director of Planning and Development f, - N " ' . . 2"-.'55g'?"Z I T ' 1' up . - ,- ., , ,ll it Dr. Thomas Bellavance Acting Academic Dean I1 "Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheepherdingf' Ezra Pound .,. Rigs l 134. Mr David Kneeland .5 Mr Frank Haley sst Director of Admissions "1 + 7 .Y Dir of Fiscal Affairs I ,pq I ' . Y ffnv Jeff. Mr. William Irwin Asst. Dean, Continuing Studies Dr. Dennis Golden Dean of Students Mr. Allan Wallach Asst. Dir. of College Center 4951-if Aa. S fit. Ms. Wendy Noyes Dir. of Housing Mr. joseph Lopes Dir. of Alternatives for Individual Development Ms. Susan Bitensky Siegel 'f Asst. Dean of Students Staff Assoc. Counselor Administrator J Ms. Linda Coreys "-s... Ms. Robin Irwin Project Dir. 'E Mr. Dudley R. Marsh Dir. of Administrative Services XY 3 I axe . up Mr. Victor Gould Dir. of Counseling Services Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers . . . " Alfred, Lord Tennyson Mr Walter Koroski Mr Paul Ferguson Dir. of Instructional Media Dir. of Data Processing 0i?""' 1 'iw M Daniel Hnatio Staff Assist. Media Mrs. Kathy Izumi Acting Dir. of Placement "Pour out light and truth as God pours sunshine and raing no longer seek knowledge as the luxury of a few, but dispense it amoungst all as the bread of life." Horace Mann ' -g Dir. of Financial Aid f f Mr. Philip Docher f V X 's 'l ' .i '. X g A ' 2552 3 . .i, ' 'QP .Q -"Mr u, 'L "7 , . is x - - 1 '. 'A x 'Ott Mrs. Leona Briggs if Dir. of Public Information i L Mr. William Bailey Placement Dir. 'X Mr. George Brewig Assoc. Registrar W4 Mr. Lawrence Boyd Dir. of Athletics Mr. Louis Tosches ',A' 11 -e- Bursar Mr. Gerald Kearney Chief of Campus Police Sr. jon julie mx Campus Ministry -,V -ri in -gtg'-,Vt . I 5 IX The teachers at Framingham State Col- lege are more than mere instructors. They're facilitators in growth, helping each student to expand mentally. These teachers truly do not let you "into the house of their knowledge," but take you "to the threshold of your own mind." S ' We '- , Q' 'V X. V . F P 1 F? Q5 .fi . 'X - V T r .Z Qdbx I 1 , . ' 1 o K - . ss ' '- Dr. Evelyn C. Dodge . f - English r l I R .. Q - 1' at Q A r, , wi F' ' x .rf X ,Q ,. 'E'-5-..?2 ,A 1 Q 'ff nas .s' 1 :site 4:2 , . '-E:-..9'v - Dr. William Sellers V , ' English i fZ?Ef't5?i3 ' 1" " 28 Dr. Arthur Noletti English I 1 i i l l l 1 gl 'l il l i . ,..,-...--:A i xi Qi l I . 3, """"""' Dr. Helen Heineman English Dr. Richard Chartier English -11 Dr. Lois Zeigleman English '93-2. vw,-x 3 N069 X, 'gg , ' , , 1 - '. Q4-924' ,.- ,lz M, 34 igfqiisul 1 KQQY4- f' Jeff V' . ,I 'Q fx: ,xi K x !xN A B U WY Dr Robert Ramsdell Philosophy Chairman huh: --x. "? a, -4 wif, - . -,Q .?-1 . iv 1' 3 2- i X ls H , u v . -4,-yn 1 "A University should be a place of light, of lib- erty, and of learning." Benjamin Disraeli joan Horrigan Speech, Chairman 89 N, . eu N George S. Damon Media Communications I ff Library Staff Daniel Hnatio 'J Media Communications g uf . gl E 2 E 5 I .Aw V45 f 4 4+ 1 3 , 'S 7--un---v Biology Dept ' Dr. Charles Cross Biology ..g...-. ff' gy 35 "Our glorious land to-day! Neath education sway Soars upward still. l lt's halls of learning fair, Whose bounties all may share, Behold them everywhere! On vail and hill l l l America idiscarded stanzal Dr. Walter Klar Education 'X 'K t- uf' Alan Zemser Education I Af' + N' x' 4 ix 151.9 I ,,,,,, .,.. ,- AKY-QSM f -:gf Dr. Thomas Koshy Math joyce Cutler Math if' I! EY, KL ,f- K x S. Dr. Bernard Rosman Math Dr. Martun Prxce xxw Math '27 f !..!, J ..G .M,2W av Abnwjhf Z Www W 'WW ,, , , f 1' ! Y ,Nw Q I I vii-was-ss.Aq Y-X -gum wi' - L --LH 12" ' A fx': 6 2 15 Y f Ecri a Roz I '9 l Dr. Thomas Eames Chemistry Us Charles Zapsalis Chemistry, Chairman an 944.1 WN i P' we .,,, Dr. Larry Simonson Chemistry Dr. Carol Russel Chemistry 1 5, fi 4 Al 4 s is -I gif 11 , . C --Q-4 Q. ' ---if M. , C 43 Dr. Richard Milaszewski Chemistry "It was in making education not only common to all, but in some sense com- pulsory on all, that the destiny of America was particularly settled." james Russel Lowell .I ff ' I., V. Warren Colson Chemistry - i . J -...,.,, V-waz Dr. joseph Harrington History , H Dr P Bradley Nutting History yr. Dr. john Ambacher Political Science joseph Boothroyd History -I ., ' nz .Q lg 1' W6 wi a 7 4 Y f:.:w-gimw. JE ,QT ,mf F 5 , l r F. - ' X. ' '--lx .',...,i M 9 I K . -"" J Q--'1 I V 4 i M52 - I '-N QQ 5522 Mr-www N x . X . X ,Hz ,. A Y , xy-4 ' , " M4 'Vw w fi mf -1' 'X . 1 Mk, I, uf fs,-yen - Vw 17? Jw .V 3 , M yfnfw, , My P1 ,,W,, ,,, ' ',-'affix-vw '9:'H,ff1"f' 'ffhiii' "'!1fF'fU', Y 4'.,gg1g-6.4 W fr. , N , f'u'AkQ4C. . x1 Jw 3:7 W ,wif ' Am, .1 17" 'Jill ,ff "QM ,fy .4-1" . - f vt iff? .41- ,.l,,1f5, ffl' 41,4 , 1 r P1 594 'J ' 'it' ,L :ful 5+ ' 'ff . :as-I .4 5- ' 3- EH v L 1 3 5 Q A .1 '-53" 'MIB " .,-4. q xfgqlfitw ' , 1:5 .rf . ' wg? 2- -: A. Q , If 1' 1,3 .J fx.. ff-zlfilxf' ..z.,..' JEL., :'!l1s,lfI.gi-L, ' ,Q 11. vn- . gg 5? Y Dr. james Schuster Sociology .4 48 Christine Doyle Economics QQ, I fi 441-A john Connaughton Economics Ll nv Y , ,f 1 'il'wW"'? , '11 fit? l .Y 'av 1 141' ' A 4 Dr. Geraldine Guertin Psychology 1 iw Douglas Bloomquist Psychology Dr. Miriam M. Wilton Psychology V Dr. Virginia Senders Psychology Dr. Kay Stannard Psychology 1 l 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 1 Dr. Richard I. Signes Foreign Language 43" Hmm , w i I i 1 1 I 1 1 4 1 1 I 1 1 1 Dr. A. Richer Foreign Language .SL- 1 I5 i i Y "Q if-ish,-04 Vx 9 . f 1--, X is I ' s F ' 1 ,,,i we ,L ' I 'Q i '11 J! s?1:lf- ' 0 N559 .Xie fur V tl ig: . . Y A , , I' 'Q 4 an ' ' 'I ' Dr. Roland Martinez iz pi Foreign Language m E 90. Anne Mackey Physical Ed. g nf1f a !..,,,P f" V Ruth Holmes ff Home Economicsk 44 , wfrigri iff. Q -4. 'PL J' 0-4 f, . 1 1 +1 'W fi .5 , 1' H344 H3447 1 ' v Wk 154454 Y -,Mb Margeret Potter r Home Economncs 1' .JW P mal 'Jw :FA 'i-IA. Mary Melley Home Economics A X 5 5' js' ' 4 -, ah . k I in ' .vt N j Q1 - .X ' f ' Ethel Lucas Home Economics After 23 years of service, Rachel Bangs has retired from teaching. Herself a graduate of Framingham State College, she loves to teach, especially older students and will greatly miss this contact. Now that she is re- tired, she hopes to travel and pursue her hobbies of reading and handwork. Miss Bangs resides in her present home in Fram- ingham. . xt... 5 A TRIBUTE :I ESWU NTONMI KDNN CN , 'X Eg yi, ggi 1- M - .fb ',-r' U ly' .sb Ei 5 -.K E . ., NEA QRBE wsat,.X'r ff? "When I am teaching, I see each student as a separate entity with individual needs to be met. Adapting my contacts with each student to meet these needs is a chal- lenge. I particularly enjoy the one-to-one relationship which occurs in teaching foods. It is most rewarding to see a stu- dent's intellectual potential develop and grow during college years. I have thor- oughly enjoyed my chosen profession, and it has brought me a real sense of ful- fillment. Whatever success I may have achieved in teaching I owe to God from Whom I gain daily strength and guidance." Rachel Bangs -Tx s , A ' ' 4 fn EWG'?55T?wZf'1':I,-f'.l'5?'.'1f. 'V " fp' , '7xfQ1'f1'?"if3f','-'7v? lf? P ' 4 2115.5 'M' ' 'TTY " Q V .5i':'?i2L1 ,'.K"Jgx 32" f 'z 70 ggi' V ,.,.y"' f' swf' fffkzf-'-5 Y. "es , f' .aff H, - , . -YY cf, :.. ,-1 'f 'ay .ff-'w2.f7f'," :fi if " iii? -' Fl-.,'wEFi: Lf' .1-,,.,., .WZ sv. --1, A f H?-Q1ff'., mf, 54 1542? .:,. ov- . C0nneQS!SHO! Ballet E3'g?::W521Y MARCH 18,1978 8200 Free wf i.d. 1.00 wfout SPONSORE D BY 5.U-B. DWIGHT AUDITOHIUM .fiffii :lf A V 'QQFZ-1-1 . xxx, . . hm y With a growing awareness of physical fitness students of FSC join millions of Americans who jog about town in hopes of'losing those few extra pounds. It also serves as a welcome break from those long hours spent at Whittemore library. There are a few who have not cought on Q :rg J 2 ' 1 lfnsgins to this latest fad and insist on spending every free moment at the College Center Recreation Room - otherwise known as the pool and pinball hall. Here you will find many students cashing in their money or signing up for the billiards. JV OJ-K. K v, ff' R ., .1 -' -,.,. Qgif2152g,f.:- .Y - -' ,dv QF ,C .1 sw, o 4" if J r is -G y ' , Wim , ,,,,,,,, .V ,X 1 , Q, ,A V 145 ,B n M: . Q-,I mo. 1' , .ws W' de' W vp I 'Sewer sg-.... .. an Y o,. , I 1 'Q O I' W -r L Q ON ' ' ':'. ?. J if I 5 e . .. ',1?:,,,J.i Ax. an -il K s' f f Q55 , 2 54 .wx --Q V. ....g can las S N' f . .... vm, - -.W '.-.,--mv: ,Q gm, ww if-1. .W , I. Dau., A It .1 . -f .,,, WM., ,. . ,.., . 1. 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N.- M, S A S i. -rf' f 1' "sg V' 'AX' X X' .-Y' 'Q A, A ' 1 ' ' Sf' xg 1 K :NF 3 'E A1321 S N jg x 2 1- -. Everywhere you look there are smiling faces. All talking and laughing at once, students walk- ing arm in arm, occasionally breaking into boisterous song. What can all this mean?? It's Thursday night and the weekend is starting. Trips to Bucky's and package stores supply the bever- ages and from then on there's no stopping - un- til the next morning. ..t'xi,T'? fifiiiil J' "l- Q 2 't it ,'f - , ,,-"Gu: , iii yufigigsiiv ,,,,V.,4, , 1 ,I .xi .4112 1, -f,3.,.A : .lfmf 4 wg, 1' -wr ffif iql -gg-14 '- J 1, ' 1- 55,2 f:1?a1rf??ci 'ilfif 33125 'fsgaifngfk 1? K3 . Q 'Z153 rgfgssfii I 4 "' 9' ."fv'7' v:,,,3gi,,. A, ,,.' ii' ,g 1 Campu uiz . 4 ,Bur .., ,147-. K I ., My , . dz: ry' V Vaifu " '4 ,. 112' -Y Hifi , I , , I "W if . Vrfff?'3,-"f 15.23 , 3' 41 1, 121,-.jx Hr -"Hz ' A4:1,.Q:QfC - '--,fy:,'1jt 45: ' JN- x .1 i f 4. K ' a .. ,A 41 , 6,3 wif' 1 ..-J 4, S X , givx F ' f lf. Nr -J rf' .- , , JS' , ,.-H Nm +A' I ,fd 5 1 1 E 1' LWW' If Tix ,Aw AK. Jkk Si xx-qw Can you identify these spots on campus? How many times have you walked by them every day and not even noticed them? Because we spend most of our time here, shuffling to classes from day to day, we don't really see and appreciate our campus. Next time you are in the library, look around. You'll be surprised what you might find. mg fb mv ALL , VlSlTORS Must SIGN IN wmi aff' ll 'AMPUS POLICE iw ' A 1.32, 174 , -V A, , -A ,K it 1 " -Q 21 3 .x J P.: L w GS. 4 ua . . T I. Q ,I " we ,EH e- .5 '4 . ,, Y y , . Q f , - gf ,z ,y .-jm W 1 - 'rfgwijfn sf' 'Q -' 'ss sf Q - . ' ' ' ' N - A , -. If iv, ,K faux lt was the biggest snow storm that many Could remember and hundreds of students were trapped! After snowing for days, Classes were Cancelled and students found too much free time on their hands. The big outing of the day was going to meals which were scraped to- gether from all available material. Soon, bore- dom set in, and in a few severe Cases, insanity. Desperate pleas were sobbed throughout the campus, "I want to go home!" To fill up the L., -11' ,fo . , -"WW, .1 , V , ,- ff 93,53 .:... gg1:...,rj"1'3 -. ,- , 1 -.02 1' ,Q ,, ' ., .w,.,-fm t, I 5: Q53g,, , ,eg . H ,g at ' 5, 'Q' 'r 2' , 5.2 X s Q' '.,. IH. . ' .,,, , ff,-, N, ,t , v,f: ,g+gH'5"? -mg - i 5'-31. ta ' Y iglfki-:xii A . -' . L l i l , A A-,XX V Tuxssncuussrvs H: X Y l Esme9,676 ,, 'Z - . ' Tmi' 1 ' J l s lllll X' ., Li R! f . 'I I tame, SUB sponsored a snow sculpturnng contest. Students pulled together and supplied such ln- terestlng scenery as a naked lady 61st prlzel, a whale l2nd prlzel, a vokswagon, Wlnnle the Pooh, and a smiling Buddah The pressure drain- ed off as a close companronshlp was establlshedg F S C was closer But then the highway bans were ' , if ':,g,,Jgf'1ft 5 a'5rf,,fs f-' .',-lf' M- . .. L . 1 an "n - , ff W . 'Q. ,J rf" Sl W, QE 7 1 I 9 X .M . 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M X10 lg., 31, . , '175Wi',,f14f1' ' 1S.Xfi5ffW 333 Ip., , -4,-W2 ' 'z'e'--if-1W,l1jf7 f?'2XV1 ,-TQSPS' . , . . , , . . .. . , .. ,, .... , , X -1 K f , ff? 1 . 1 K - . .M 11, m g gg" -' PS4,3'1'?55?1' " 3 W - femf .F .. 5 E A Q if' 93 3 wi Sz 2 X: S Q Z A 4 fe 3 5 Z fx Z fl Q S Q N it Z2 Q, Q S X Oh to be blessed with a car- and oh to be cursed with the need to park it! Of course there are always the State and Maynard street lotsp that is if you enjoy mountain climbing up May- nard Hill everyday. And then again, if you're lucky enough to find a parking space in one of these lots, you just may be boxed in for the whole semester. Then you'd never have to worry about where to park. Another alterna- tive is the lot behind the College Center. l V Ql NAUTNORIIEU uve:-ucles OR S mercies nwfw 'gm I- vnu as gow! V, 1 SES' ,Ls as NJ. ,L Caution is urged however, if you drive into one of the potholes, you may loose your car for good, or at least a tire. And this is after it has been fixed. Oh, yes, there is space down at Bowditch Field. If your there in enough time to catch the shuttle, you might make it to school for your second class. And then, in desperation, there's State St. If you get towed . . . ua -l l sa 0 4 Y tw. 771,515 .- X -aww s-4-426 3' . 'Y -x..:.. Red Gold Twice a year F.S.C. students roll up their sleeves and give the most precious gift they have to offer. The Red Cross has always found a favorable reaction to their pleas for blood at F.S.C. After going through the trauma of giving blood, soda and cookies are available for stu- dents to replenish their blood supply for the next Red Cross Bloodmobile. 'mf Into The Wee Hours A few leprachauns limported by the Sophmore classl started off the day by painting shamrocks in the snow. By 7:30 there was a line at the door, by 8:00 people were crowding in and by 9:00 the place was wild! "Limerick Road" kept the music going until the wee hours of morning and seldom has the gym seen a rowdier time! ax mg QQ 6920,-,. i .ifri-.jig dire' 1.5 SANDBGX 4 84 5 LJ X Every fall and spring the inevitable happens- the trees either bud or shed their leaves and F.S.C. has a Sandbox. This outdoor musical festi- val features campus talent while students not participating lounge in the sun with their fa- vorite beverages. A t-shirt logo contest is spon- sored for every Sandbox so whichever you en- joy, the sun or t-shirts, the Sandbox provides a good time. ,. , We q f all " ef my L i,,ff-" 7 ' 445434Z ffd-6 f f' 'My -..i9"'2f' ' n1hm.e- tr mann- ZW' .mn ..1. i it 5, I ,vf N., -A , , 'ww ff? .Q P .'. y s s u vu, . 4' Q. AFT: o ,Q in I n -" 5 WV lf 3 w . . N thx '3 x 9 3: .ix Q X'-. O lt.. Every Tuesday night, students relaxed and enjoyed themselves at the weekly Coffee Houses. Featured artists appeared while Campus talent filled in the gaps during break time. One campus favorite, Ray Boston, always turned out a large crowd and always left them with a pleased look on their faces. Overall, these coffee houses provided all interested with a mellow, relaxing break from pressures. Relax .,..--'M' 'Ir ,if e we K "ll" 4 X 11 .v',..4- .frm f'-391,-Q - N ,iff -A, .. , 1 , a ,., : I ' ff 5 V XV X 1 f 1 ,- qi, f - nfl, 'ix 1 ' v' ir' L. ' ,-Y .r . , .g my , l x. 'V 4 A' POWER GF THE Ml D i james Mapes was featured in a two day resi- dency delving into the principals of hypnosis and personal mind control. In addition to a three and one half hour hypnosis workshop, Mapes put on a demonstration featuring what he called Hintrasensory perception." Spellbound with bizarre feats performed by those under the power of suggestion, the audience witnessed participants reacting to extremes in temperature, a trip through space, and a tap dance contest. .16 if 4 x -t HP 4 .4 ,- as y g' I , x ji l TE CARLO IC-HT The stakes were high, the risk was there, and the thrill of gambling made everyone vvant to Come out lucky at the Monte Carlo Night spon- sored by the Senior Class. It was a night of involvement. A night where you could hear "Come-on-seven" or "I'll raise you 10." But it was a Crazy night, where people gambled over piles of play money to win prizes at the Auction, where, in the end, everyone was a winner. zu Q13 5 fwfawf, . ' .. G fy-1 56 i ' ' -. A I +L 0,42 ' ff-in 1 .mn9b."'m--,,-f il'- oo c. sHovv '78 The FSC Campus really brought some of its finest talent to view at the Second Annual Gong Show. Where else could you see a choir of hockey players chanting "Charlie on the MBTAH, live Hershey Kisses dancing across the stage, a strip- tease, or a guy standing on the stage in a yellow bikini combing his chest??? M.C. Billy Alexander lalias Chuck Barrisl did an excellent job of introducing the acts and providing background amusements. But, it was up to the "prestigious" panel of judges to select the top performances. t' 1 S4 , sf I . . Y,,,I ' V is . of v . 2 , . . . O -- 1 ,. 5 ,fA,, . i x ,- 1 ty w v-I XJ" Ulf' , ,4 , , 1 Ai ..4,+ '94 g 1 I 1' :- - A vi -. ...J - I s , f L. fl, X C I 'Ex PE . 1' ff Q nl 0 ,f ill 1 p 'rv I 2 l 'f f' l f L i it Wk ,XX . i 1 f- FL. fr o,u S 41 -f XX 1""'v ' us K 3 M . 1,1513 X A SPGCJKS SPIRITS T2-WI 1 .-58, we 'QV Y Pc A Yg, il 'M 'X Nvu! 'Nuna- Q., 9 ski X mpg: When you think of Halloween, the image that Comes to mind is of little kids in their Costumes trick-or-treating from door to door around the neighborhood. But when FSC stu- dents think of this event, they picture dorm and cafeteria competitions, the party at Dwight DRINK - CHUG-A-LUG DRINK - CHUG-A-LUG . . . DRINK - 'till you're through U '1 4+ . L X mf! v N, , 225' In Il-T' 'QF S N1 4 pm, v- - S The SUB tried to bring out the little German in all of us at this year's Octoberfest. It was an afternoon of music, and fun. The band, dressed in German attire of shorts, vests, kneesocks and suspenders, oompa-pa-ed their way throughout the day. There was plenty of dark beer to go along with the hot pretzels. For many it was a first: the upper classmen drank something stronger than Lite and the freshman, well, they never made it to the bus stop. There were chugging contests which will be remembered as well as the German meal provided by the cafeteria. 5 M 0 tai if Q i -:E v pw f"2-4 .': seg.-f x ' fm xx G V ,....Qx P 1 . .,Yt . Kr k -N 1, lk tm .,n ,J was the Christmas Cotillion and all through the place The Sheraton was hoping there wasn't a trace Of gloom in the air - There was Cheer and goodwill, Santa was there amidst the winter chill. rt 3 -X , 1 i ! 1 A' X 4 . fi ku -V, ' , A K .am 'Nu v . ,nur . -, 2 GUYS A D DDLLS When the guys met the dolls in Dwight Audi- torium, an exciting play filled with song, dance, and comedy took the audience back in time to the Broadway of New York of the forties. The characters included the infamous, cha- rismatic Skye Masterson, and the crap game addict Nathan Detroit. For Nathan, Skye, and their gang, gambling came first and women second. However, this male attitude didn't dis- courage one doll, Miss Adelaide, from pursuing her man. Even Skye got caught on the old love boat when he met soul-saving Sarah Brown. Some excellent choreography opened the crap game scene situated in the sewer as gamb- ling buddies slid, tumbled and cartwheeled I I their way across the stage. Later, this same group assembled with the soul-savers in the missionary scene during which Nicely-Nicely johnson captured the audiences as he led the ensemble with a stunning version of "Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat." The entire cast, including a transformed "Brother Skye" assembled for the long awaited - . IM-ifv xv' UU' .,.., 5 wedding of Nathan and Adelaide and the re- prise of "Guys and Dolls". The guys met the dolls and women got their men, and the credit goes to the Hilltop Players, cast, crew, and director Toby Klang for pro- ducing an enjoyable, professional musical in a short period of time. 'WNP N s I May Day '78 Garden Party 6' 1 li. , 1 9 1 , f 5 .ik ,, ,, . 3 V E ' 4 N i N , i , .Qs ' Wie, . l 'X :J Q? Fm, , 'Q 1 ' s Q31- fi 'J' 1' 'L fl f' rw' Yr S-,iw -F1 . 73 A Q Nzziafq . k 1- ef' If ' ' " ' 1 wr 0 --1 . . 5 . ' f . H4715 " yfbtna-' v - .. ,A Q . .L li.: . fl -' n '1 C ,D 5 H 5 1? ff A553 ,if 37, , - 3:1 .43 s . fo 0 x , . .Sf . ..-4-sq: .vi ' I. 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His monumental achievements on the gridiron are self-evidenced by the 17 records that he holds. Like other great Division Ill athletes, Tim has the desire and ability to play in the NFL. He is a definite pro prospect, and if given the chance to play - he will succeed." - Dr. Dennis Golden ii A 'M 100 Z 13' if? J if . , V, ., ,,., . .. if ' X and P.j. Mallon, MASCAC runners-up. 1 rw' 'Hi Q2 'f.a?"l ,airy 1,.,wyw ,ff fzififi .m y 5 .Wa " Y 4 5199 Qllllgwa D and Tim Tolber was to be the recipi- fl ent of many. Tim, who played in 34 consecutive games for the Rams, came into his own in 1976 and 1977, becoming a standout in the New England Football Conference as both a defensive halfback and a punter. While at FSC, he was named to seven Allstar teams in 1977. Corresponding with the eventful football season, three members of the Men's Tennis Team were presented trophies for "runner-up" positions in the Massachusetts Association of State Colleges Athletic Conference. P.l.Mallon received an award for singles-B division and the team of Dan Massey and john Petries received theirs for the doubles-B division. With due respect to the females on campus, field hockey had its heroines. One such star was Kathy Bush who was named the team's "Most Valuable Player". Another heroine of the team and of the sport was Annie Callahan who was the "Unsung Hero" of the team. Perhaps the most electrifying athletes of the basketball season, Tony Lake, showed all season why he deserved to be considered the league's slam-dunk champ. Lake highlighted his own season by being named player of the week because of scoring 30, 28, and 30 points in three straight games. On the flip side of the coin, women's basketball had their share of glory-getters. Chris Kelly won the M.V.P. award and will be a co-captain next year as a junior. The "Unsung Hero" award went to Denise Huxley who will also be a junior next year and on the team. the beginning of the awards giving ' . l, ir wAs THE YEAR or THE RAM and the small but steady group of FSC Q h 6 Q gg fans knew it. The sports season was Sf led by the American sport-football. x il The end of the season was marked by A! XE will l. On the FSC hockey team, there were many outstanding athletes. Of special note is that Captain Bob Cordon missed being a multiple division All-American by two votes. Gther mentionables include: the E.C.A.C. Rookie of the Week of Feb. 25-Kurt Wenzell, and an E.C.A.C. Allstar for the week of jan. 25-Preston Bourdreau. I The baseball teams' M.V.P. and leading hitter, Mark Daneau, finished the year with a solid .397 batting average. Mark also led the team with six doubles while playing errorless ball in left field. The women's softball team also had their share of major contributers in the persons of Holly Veum and leannie O'Donnell. fr? 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N Y l,:?Z:A:!'n 3 X, H fr ',X RJ, ' v. ,nu , . ,. . ,K A 1 , ' ..- 'f"" Q 4 ..'-. -A www If the season could have started the way it ended for the 1977 Rams, it might have gone undefeated. Perhaps the only way to temper a 6-7-1 final record is to realize that the final three games of the season were victories, two by shut out. The unproductive offense was a problem during much of the early going. The Rams could manage only one goal in their first four games, which came in an exciting double-overtime tie against Castleton State. Late in the season the booters captured their last three games. Worcester succumbed to the Rams, 2-0, who then knocked off talented Bridgewater State, 3-'lp and finished with a 4-0 thrashing of Mass. Maritime. Xl? ,MX 1 nlivvf 44 'l If ss-f 'C 1 G XXX ' , f f x ff . . l , J gmt? V' Q Ny., 4 . x.-43' ,ln A1 1,7 1 A ss' W 7 9-. ' N! ldlll X um - . Q , i Y -' Q 5 5 ..-: 1 ff .,.-- ,.--If .,E'16':. 1-ET' 4 5 V uf 1 I . V-...4., cg, l -::.l- 2,-trwziv Hr :: .' 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However, in individual performance, Tim Tolber's season was nothing short of spectacular. Pre-season expectations were that the Rams would challenge Mass. Maritime for the con- ference championship. Those hopes were dashed when premier runningback, Bill Benson, due to injuries sustained during his football career, chose not to play during his final year in college. Couple that decision with two immediate losses in the first two games of the season and you have the beginning of a heartbreaking year. Another loss to Plymouth State proved that the defense, ranked as one of the top ten in the nation, was very sound, but, the offense needed help. How- ever, the offense showed up at the next game conquering Nichols for the Homecoming crowd. With team injuries, two more heartbreakers against Curry and Boston State were forfeited. This set the stage for Framingham's biggest high- light of the season. Someone forgot to tell Mass. Maritime, the conference leader, about the Rams' defense and the Buccaneers fell 14-6 before their own Homecoming crowd. Framingham then took a victory of their own against Western Connec- ticut State as the Rams only dressed 37 players due to the memorable meals of that weekend. Unfortunately, the season ended on a down note with a knocking at the hands of Maine Maritime. Tim Tolber was not the only Ram to be recog- nized as an outstanding athlete. jim Poh and Greg Burdick made the U.P.l. All Star Second Team and both lim Soule and Gary Gilpatrick received Honorable Mention to the same team. Special recognition should be given to freshmen 0'Kelly and Morin who came off the bench to help dur- ing the season. Individually, it was a great season for many Ram footballers. Ni l-'Za 14 f llf H Q' X Rf I, - S ' tit -. 105 4 V l I Q T wlcilf 'lllbffl l , 'tat fs y 45 'T 'C' x N ll provided the only victory for the Women's Tennis Team, as they were de- ' feated 6-1 by Worcester State early in the season. Captained by Val Trufant, the other members of the team included: Addie Harrington, Cathey Bradford, Cindy Zaccaria, Debbie McGrath, Irene Idefuer, Susan Huff and Lisa Brown. The team also travelled to Babson, Providence and Westfield State. if N Nl, A'-lv . I, Xx I'1lI S ,, 4 'il O f S 51 11 sx if X A 7 Q AY, Q52 As the Women's doubles tennis team of julie Waaramaa and Pam Zaccaria ' RMT X -T I Nix- Q ' lj nk! K, 1, nylxf l, Z ZZ T V ' ' ll d Mi gi Ziff!!!-fe-m it " "U: ' 'W' '- J " , F-. " ll ',fr f T 4 w. A Wwfwl 'T gum -. ' ,145-r mg5,a4,a.s,r,,, ,, 5 " M it M. ln- l.J1w.:a-.z-21: . , it ,i r ,Q ""-""'., ,fl 1"'av-fw',, -4. ,,, V V ' ' -- . ',,,.W l .M ..,... ' 9 vt 'ff' '5 1-,.,,.3. - Y 4 - - ,3,..L, ...,- . . , ...,. 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Not only did she impress the desire to win, but also showed them how to win and lose gracefully. She also showed care and compassion to all of her girls. She was always ready to talk with them on any topic and understood each player indiviudally as well as a team. EAT ROCKS As in any other sport there are athletes who go noticed and unnoticed on the field. This year's re- cipients ofthe Most Valuable Player Award and the Unsung Hero were Kathy Bush and Ann Callahan, respectively. Kathy played each game giving her all. She was one of the principle scorers as well as a tre- mendous defensive player. Ann Callahan, the Un- sung Hero, was always in the spot where she was needed most. She would push the girls, but push herself more. Pressing and making key plays, she saved many games. The team was a unit made of many different peo- ple. Together, this group constituted the FSC Field Hockey team who had a season to be proud of. 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L 5 '1 X71 ' 1- 7 .fikiig R ,'5'3'?:f3?5Ks", R5 EQ, gg ,: 5. -,ga -emi? 5.4 Lg:-Q fwivfgf-. A if Y ' 53: "f,Q'f'L?9f9--f Y: Xxfiggg 511 x 'X Xi 1,-2 :vi Syxzslsgi EX' QQ' wise' Qi: .. , X. .A X 'R b X r- AWB'-0 H O 1 ' 'Q i '.t s x 5 .gg ' ij " I . Q 'ln a if ' F ,mail ay! X5 V df ,,,..----""" a-.alv- ndsy, 1. 11---- rid -if 1 .5 . ting to be number 1 is easy. lt's staying there that's the hard part." And Q , Framingham State's hockey team learned that this season. The team had its best season ever this year, posting a 20-4 record. Led by co-captain Bobby Ciordon, a Division III All- star and an All-American, and by high scorer Dave Ker- vian, also a Divison III Allstar, the Rams won a record 17 straight games. But for the third year, they failed to win the Division Ill championship by losing to Trinity College in the semi-finals. It was in the game against Worcester State when lack, Tannar, the coach of the FSC hockey team, was awarded the Paul Revere bowl by P. A. announcer, Bill Bellissimo. Senior co-captain, lim Bernazanni, missed the entire sea- son after breaking his leg twoidays before the start of the season. lronically, the Rams other captain Bobby Gordon broke his ankle with six games remaining. x i ff ' FSC l icE ME 1 qqllgll XS N There'sasports adage that says: "Cet- With the exception of Bernazanni, Coach lack Tan- nar will have everyone returning and the Division lll Championship Trophy should belong to Framing- ham State next year. OUTSTANDING iciarviieisi Six of our icemen did have a great scoring season. They were recognized for all having scored over forty points. Dave Kervian 33-44-77 Bob Gordon 31-29-60 Preston Boudreau 24-31-55 Bill Clark T9-32-51 Kurt Wenzell 21-28-49 y Dick Carlson 7-33-40 X K' ' 1 ' W , "ll," X 6 - may T it , -W ,, f 5:1-'af W ' '!:fi?3:.-:H A , 57' f f' ,ZW 2' f , , 4 , I z1j5j'gZ4g, ! This year's volleyball team can be summed up in one word: "CLASS". After nearly two months of hard practices, overcoming the boredom of repetition and constant drills, the fruits of their hard labor have been very sweet. The team met Babson College in its first match of the season Cat homel. The game was filled with enthusiasm as the team went into ac- tion. lt was the basic bump the ball to the centerfront, who sets the ball either to the right or left front who then proceeds to dunk or spike. Sounds easy, but its alot easier said then done. Throughout the season the Ramettes played like a team with confi- dence and togetherness. as 1 4 fs ' . f 1 ' 'f . f.'ffN?'f'5'l?',4- fly., 7 I ' ,iv . - :: gg, ,. ,H ff, ., gm.. A I . 1. pw' -m -' V- -1 41114 - 5 Wim A HW' .. 17:2 "H ' ff - . 1 Q-C'9a,9 A A ,. ,, A41 if ., . , , :J , V -, E xi lf 7 f . .- fu pf 'FF i Z 5, 4 Q. Z ? 4 ' 1 J , M' ,!'7Z,." 'fwff t A . A L . ,,,. . -. ,Tr 'vZ44'f,1' .A l 1 ,f 3 v". ' .i..fQ,, .i V .,,f.'3,.. 1 A, ,1. ,4 w? 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J..-get-z:Wf9,y,,7-f La , 2f'3, : . - . ,--mg,-, t',..:-.,....,..-1g,,,t.. . .31-. - - -1. - if' . -. ..-:-s".w1:-efsaeiw--ff my I -C -2 af 7- . . ,wif .. gkf.xQ.v.,2 I A-,J ,vs ,gn 45 -.5 "L15i7l:'2i:'- 1'-Vw-A ' -izwf..-?9 '1 ' 55 , ta .--.55 4- K' Q .4-:Q 1 1 - ., . . .v.-5,,v,Lg.,.,j-5 -. .-,W-.-szaif'-Zealpm-.., Q ffff ' Dlx' xX! Q 't If E BASK ETBALL tw r FSC s Women s Basketball team hlllll l ended a 14 game season with a 4-10 ' record. "A lot of people evaluate a team only by the win-loss record," says FSC coach Bruce McKinney. "That doesn't say enough. Diane Blake, the team's manager, evaluates the women's performance in terms of their "dedication and hard work." The team practices from October to March, four or five days a week, and all the players show dedication. Commending the women for their performance and per- severance throughout the season, McKinney commented that despite the losses, the team, "worked hard and nobody ever complained or gave up." He cited the mid-season loss of forward Pam Watson, who broke her foot in a january game against Babson, as one of the team's "let-downs." Watson's starting position was filled by sophomore Elena Sullivan. The new starting line did not become unified until the end of the season. Another starter, sophomore Chris Kelly, missed one game when she sprained ligaments in her foot. With the Blizzard of '78 and the accompanying flu, the team was hit hard. Several players had caught the flu includ- ing Capt. Maureen Tivnan. 1 K ll 1 ll' "4 Ax 'I'-,Ll .F II, .i d,Q W0 EN S v F1 1' -,ff 49 7 S V Natl' Y ids' R N ., rs 1 1 ' ll Referring to the two senior veteran players, Tivnan and Watson, McKinney stated that they will be "hard to AND DEDICATION replace and will be missed by the team." The coach felt that Maureen "got more out of her ability than any- body out there." He also added, "She's a very competi- tive determined person and this was her best year ever." McKinney commended the small but steady group of fans who supported FSC throughout the season. "We hope to have more supporters," he said. "With their spirit, we can only hope to do better." Next year's team will be headed up by Co-captains Chris Kelly and Cindy Ockerbloom. N 1-Q N XMIM 'ff li 'ffl' Ngxmmg J, 5 'J W- 1 N - S 'f X0 ' -tbl' X f ,' tl l X 7 K Q L!! Q35 'H"f?-fi' Ask any coach what brings people to watch his team and he'll pro- bably tell you winning and exciting basketball. The men's basketball provided its fans with plenty of both as its run- ning and ball-hawking style resulted in a 16-10 final record. As with any success- ful team, the personnel provided some excep- tional talent and memor- able highlights. A four- year starter for the var- sity and captain for the past three, Rick Sims, be- came the only 1000 point scorer in FSC his- tory with 1184 markers to his credit. Lee Dempsey, another graduating member of the squad, added his flamboyant brand of basket- ball and his hard-nosed defense helped pull out a number of close games. Sophomore Don Moye coupled with Sims to form what was commonly known as the "Rolls Rocye" backcourt of the state colleges. Creig Muscato and Ed jones displayed not only their own brands of hustle on the court, but, also the necessary comraderie which molded the team. For this they were elected next year's co- captains. Other members worthy of recognition were: Rick Mansur and his fine passing game, Mickey Gonslaves, a transfer from Boston State, and his uncanny, long-range, pinpoint shooting, Mike Thistle and his all-around willingness to work whether off the bench or starting, Steve Smith and his tenacious tending of the boards, and Eustace Payne and his backcourt speed. Congratu- lations men on a job well done! Wcmm'NxM- LAC 41 i'.f-gwaf aa 4 'N . 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I I 3' 5 ET' " if ' X9 i Vila - vel Framingham State Wom- W T en's Intercollegitate Soft- ball Team was composed of 18 individuals vvho worked ' hard together to form a team which they could be proud of and any coach would be proud to coach. Each player deserves special recognition for each lady contributed something unique to the team. They were led by co-captains Holly Veum and jeannie O'Donnell, the Rams ended their season on a strong note. For the last seven games, they played up to their potential. The coach would like to thank the entire soft- ball team for a fantastic season and a great learn- ing experience. The softball team deserves a great deal of recognition for their efforts both xl' E Y S XX " 1 'I S , ,ll f- ls 5 x Q x xx Q 'J S 9 kgs' '- "mlvXx i iv- - sl J' singly and as a team. """"'N"i TEAM ROSTER Coach: Carol Frishman Manager: Suzann julie Nau Holly Veum Cathy Nanartowich Carolyn Cuneo Debby Benway Annie Callahan Wanda Moody Cindy jenkins ' janice Guild Erin Gallaher jean Keddy Martha Powers jeannie O'Donnell Lauren St. Pierre Lori Moran Denise Savard janet Yerardi Baseball xd . fix, ,..-4 .-. . . . p , 1' . , . -f " ." . I I no . , v - , ,g- 4. . 'FX'-Q :.-Q'.n.r.:....-fa. .J M 'Q -1. vw . rf 3 VCA! 511 A. ' I W H 1 If 9 1 , - hi- v W ...Z E qw I Q , 'N . . I' 4 ' - i 1' v- 'fs gi' ng. H ,-',, 'Ina .QV ..A- an C, 4 A . - i Ay! 'wif F Q l'9Qff'. ' , N , e QA -L.. Q , U, jfgzwiggf' f 5 ffl ,Q k 5r,f.,f3g ,' 'dhA"fs 4, 5 A -.Wilt Q5 5' f ei "sf ' Y- M 1 i A ' gs 'I Y 3 I-A , ,vm 4, , Zqlfh ,N .4 by 5 ,,.,,.f .. 3 A ,4 , 4' A ,ff V 'aug 5, ff V, H -A 7 . V ,A,,-,g.'-fi' if ,.,v X , .5 wp y ,V J , , f V, j 7, N, -ab.: pi x Ag A J f 3, ny: Hz. 5 , I , f . - j. , 3 f I X , 'fu' A:-7 ' 7 ' ' , - ,f , 'V f QA , , ,HW , jj:Q4,,z,, 7. '- 5 ,' ff, ' ' M ' MZ 04-1 ff:-:FQ f Z., 'H 1 W fy . ' f -'.- 'E' if 1 ' V4 9 'vt W, ', . Z3 ffj,-3geb,fg:.",-, . .V ,, V A? V V 4 5 - A ' " .n LMC 41.,g.,.- ' s- Fl 1 T ,QW 1, .' 54... . L. " .. '5- o ff' 'if' 'WE 'V' 'HF' iff .',A,f'-' 1 U ff' ,. xg., ."" . ixwj V 1 x. W 5,-3,111 -W, M K . . ir, . Despite the cold weather and injuries that plagued this years' baseball team, they still had a winning and successful season. The final record was 12 wins and 9 losses with seven heartbreak- ing games being lost by only one run. The team had some clutch hitting down the last half of the season that pulled them over the 500 mark. The pitching staff came through with some very strong efforts and shows much pro- mise for the coming year. The team is hopeful for a successful season next year, although they will miss the talents of captains jim White 'E'?' .r f. TU .'4fx'If,v 52'- Q. , ,Z 'V -:Mg r A. , P I4 is , 6 VA: and Dan Avery, and of john C-alvani, whom they will lose this year to graduation. They will, however, have a small nucleus of players that will re- turn including the captain-elect, Chris Lynch. The team and its manager, Randy Pfeiffer, would like to thank all who supported them throughout the season. The efforts of all who at- tended the games were noted and appreciated by the team members. 1. a S F 0-. Q ' .J fr- iglrab , -W k -f N 4. + ff! W., 1 g -naunnlQiQ MX "JMS l 'A L, Y El is Intramurals ,.Lggi.1Y :g, i..3 , - "-- -," 1 if: 1 ' ""1:'fL ""' 1 .,., V A - x- V ,,.......,.....,....-...-.-- 5 --noi'-'H . v ---1-T9 jiaf I Q' On the weekend of Feb. 3 and 4, Worcester State was the site of the ACU-I regional tourna- ment, Pitted against the best from over 35 schools were FSC students Armindo Fernandes, Nelson Fonseca, Lauren StPierre, Ed Griffin, and M. Thomas Vajcovec. The sponsor, SUB, and the Dial extend their congrats to all. The directors, Daria landa and Robert Mansur lTicl, put together the intramural program for FSC this year. Pictured above is Ms. landa during the volleyball season. ,fn .5374 I l t X .sm ,...,.M,. N , t 'Nw V..-na ,, -.wsgrw S s , N.-+511 :gg ..,. . 4 . .,.....f.a 5592, Intramurals during the 1977-1978 school year were competitive but al- so fun. When the semester began, the men were involved in street hock- ey and tag football while the women competed in volleyball. VV.G.Sllab won both men's titles and the locks on the Rocks won the women's. Be- fore the semester ended, the men joined the women in a co-ed volley- ball league with the title-holder being O'Connor. The men and women were playing simultaneously, but separately, right from the start of the second semester. It was basketball this time and was enjoyed by all. The Flying Fins were the victors in the men's groups and the jocks on the Rocks won in the women's quarter. As the season and school drew to a close, double-elimination tournaments be- came the thing for men's and women's softball play as Greased lightening outlasted all competitors for the women's title. ,A K ff a W l ' M . l f , X QQNV J f 1'ff ' ff' Q' Q Q Q x vig NX -1 Q lim S i sn- 7 4-'i'?5f?15f5"-iii?5ti'i ' with -' 3, 'W 'wa -. ha." ' ' . , 7 W3 ' X ' 'F 7 ' W 4 4. , EV. 1' 7 E 2 V5 V , , ax I Q., I-"'l ., . P I f W ,. ,-'EK 'J' " f f ' fi " ,L . S- at-,a , . Q, :af ffwfswaWJa A -.-if-'i"f'- T?,14"'-25?-.. . fi - dh 1" 'ZFE5 ttf? W ' .i ., i WV ,:'-1 1 3,g, t:-,g fg-12 7-wg, X I L- f- 1 A X 7 A 'ar " A N uf ,f 42 Q 1 H 3 1: -i,v , W., , I 22,2 Q f 5 ff ' Az ,1 ' "" 5' - ff:-39 if 5 if 3 1 ,Wig , Q W ' " ' ' f fm ' ' 1 gays, 792 , 'fl y 0 , . 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'IP .f P , V .8 Donna Quilty Michael Quinn Patrice Quinn William Ranauro Scott Randall Audrey Reid H Gary Remillard Paticia Reopel Melinda Richardson janet Rier Cynthia Ripley Kathy Rossin I Susan Rousseau Paula Ruberti If 'wi' Mary Robertson William Rogers Constance Romell "K 9'3" .,-q,-R xl' 5 'U ld -QQ Q"'r'la? x -4 l . IU' 2, ,, ga William Ruegg Valerie Rurack Maureen Rush Sandra Salsman Anne Salvucci john Santamaria Ns? fi'- D' ae. 2 T' V -',v",,'4 mf' , Rosemary Sargent Marguerite Savage A- Ns. 31 Q B- FMSN Q X 6 -3 f su . N F X x . x ' X .Q X.- ' . A ' ax V N A K ,sg X +0 X ,gf vfa' 3 , X Q ' is-N Q 41,4 . Y 5gw"':f 3, .. fi . 55.1 5 , Qi: 5,12 "'Zj:?l-,f . M-,E IQ 1 5,5 '1q,i:f:i-Q 'qi-'J Vg- ' Vg , 2. ii ff' :A " 4,hx,?s.4,z:: 4- ubzzg' M. Debbie Sawin X Dorthey Savas 5. ., 1, , , v 1: .,,,2N,?5,.f ,N h - ..., 9 .V MaryAnn Scheblein ef. mt.. . .1 loan Schecter loanne Schmidt Kathryn Schneider Barbara E. 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'Y S i 5 janet Thompson lanice Thornton Maureen Tivnan 452 Q Q.-... Q Q Q 9 . ' -"ii ' bf Y' L ,, .57 'gr' 1 .af Ti Joanne Teel Patricia Testa loan Thomas 'N pq-Q ,N-' -.-ran, !' , -Q 'ON if -KQ yr -s -we Q5 N Y ,5 :A 5- fe fm V131 --G ' . , ' v .-1 i ' mi' . - i fi 3 -Q . . , l , ' , if V, . I -uv . x X N I Eileen Tosney Karen Trabucco Mario Tricomi Valerie Trufant I fl P it X Jw' ' 'x - XNix'M'9 Q as if if z 5 :ww ri' ' iii E 4" , My 9 'A if ar' K wp T ,Z-Z X, 'Q ,L wwf' sl- f '.31,sf4' , I 2, 4. 1 - -5 , 1 4 J W4 59559 fn 53MWif,2,f' ,Ja uf f lvv, ,if ,,.,, . , ,W , . ,,,f' fu-: ,,., , ,,,, 1? J janet Vartanian Patricia Vaughan Brenda Velez Dilar 1. Viderra Susanne Vonderlippe Lynne Wade 'ww- 'TUNA 3 f - Robin Waltenberger lane Ward Pam Watson f, , 'Y if W 1 Q Mary E. Amelia Donna M. Barret lane Elizabeth Coady Dorothy lean Ferrlter Pat Patterson james Paquette Donna Perry fa' f"D"'w ...IP-'fi .L Pamela Ford Mary Friel Carol M. johnson ..'j 2 ,g at ,ah QV Q, m N Q or 1-. .1 K5 O fx-1, fp 'V I . 'T' -.e,,.v..-A. ,,. . '75 Thomas Woods Pamela Zaccaria Constanti Zavras A-Mal 1 , -v X xi, 2515? -1 T., ,IJ gf Maureen Rogan Margaret Vogt Karen Wishnowski ...nd 'w we N. Y fc' 1 s"i rwfi MI' , W ylk Mage' f ka . W max Q 1-1-,K -fl , , MT., .. , . LF:-5f fX 'V nt X .19 In ,..-num K' Ez' ,H ff ,W 1- 41" "N-N X 7 1. "Mp -.- W.. ,, -y 332 T bggwsg ,.,, ,MW 1'-'N f - -.f 51.5 '31 , , .3 ,. ,-,,.4x.y4 x , 1:14, .z,'f4+:f J f f ya f ,J Aw 1' 335 ff? . Qklkgv 51- ggi- ,, fy' , , .an r-Gs - wk 5 V ff 1f4Aii?' f-g4 ' r.- ' V, ,. f Q ,yvw - fag-Liiiv-:Q Q ,f 45 fa X W1-vgiawl ., , WA'-i--4"1'r'f if w f bw "' . 'Jw 4 1,7 . ,K .WM V Z V , I, 4, .11 I M' f J ., f.,V v , 1 , af , , V 'L zf' ,Q my W-,W X . X341 Q Mm., ui Jn P m4::F""", .. P...- fb N! 3' . 1 4 gf Y ,Q i '1 1. ,. , , 1 , i 'L-me mf mf f ,vm J .4 .xl 1, cl I Remember when .... you first laid eyes on your roomate . . . nervous freshman paraded around as Mickey Mouses . . . you sat for two hours in values clarification sessions . . . you woke up in horror of your first two o'clock fire drill . . .you sur- vived to come back 2nd semes- ter . . . you watched the men from Linsley streak during finals . . . How very quickly the whole year went by. ! is 251 Y Y - 1 'TT E355 QL 43" 5 4 J'h J Lf - --1' ilfl :SM 4,, i.4i53 an-A . Q 'N-I ,LY!g,. 3 5' V el? 43 5 i 2?+ .3 4. gkv fu x.,, I, .Mx. -M 'wifi w rxwaft' Mfi Yirq Remember when . . . coming in September as an upperclassman . . . signs for May Day in December , . . when May finally arrived and we woke up to soggy japanese Gar- dens . . . Drinking and dancing under the stars at Boston Harbor . . . having it rain on the outdoor concert . . . still having rain as we paraded out to the Louis XIV Ball- room . . . the unforgetable floor show.. . waking yourself up with a champagne breakfast . . . the end of our second year at FSC .,,., fy' sf ,ff 3 . . Y ' 1 LI-.lgx . tu-1l"' . Y - ar, :X ,IJ '- l x fs lx if wkmsxlfily ' . t .1 gt , S-M .M at ' f 'r . .jr Q75 1-" 4' ' , , l . A .- if-will '53 J 'Z' d,,,. -, N ti-' " ,Mg all ' l i J 5 r '55 D9 wr? aw . X, ,pw vii- Tw' 9' as F-fffffa Y- '7 1' 7 5 ,. .L+ 4 "717'i i A- 4f.h9z,,,lf J ,,, fvrzffz jim 1, elf' ,A ,M ,,..,- 1396 WMA ,V ' avg ilk , x ., .5 . , .,. xg wa. 4 , W5 ifia 'I 1,55 ' T, if '- Lf -S, Q 1 we 'N Y vvm-"5'!' ' ' . K L F., . f ' .v -x-91 ' ' . W WMm.L,, ' A -,w.,,3Miu- - is X W ui! my s 3 ll '-t 'Y 9 MJ We 'wi 'N XX 'Q "Cf 4 . ,. , , . ' .. 5 A A , ,," f .Ax X I ..:f'. ' " N342 iw M ., Hu. I . ,L V , ,nb- 1 .5 W2 T Q U . 5 . 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' F55 it L 201 we ' f f X 4 , , g f ,, , '4,J , ,QgQgg?,,fg,W,m,5 ,f 4 f f?6 2 v W , Wifi? ' 44 ,f ',,c,, A, . , LZ 1 f,, , 4 Y, M' YZ H: Y f, ' fffffiy, ' , , M . ,, .. , .f ,4.q,f4f-Qf. ff 4. ,gy ,g,,,,,,fgf 1.33, gf,j4g:,'H 5 1 .gh ' "6A,,+4 ' A ,216-Q...'W jff.l-f""'--,,,, A ah, ,gl '."',:p-w-w., vf"'. '.-""""'- if x A Q . Remember when . . . the beginning ofthe last semester at FSC . . . the Senior Class of FSC infill- trating Timothy's Too 78 days l?l before gradua- tion . . . Celebrating by dancing to P.F. and the Flyers . . . Dottie leading a countdown for "the" a 4 'Q' 'UN .lk-:Jie ox 4, -u 1-. Q ., 5 P l Q rg-:Q 1 x K 'K -... 5 22- 5 x 3 S 3 ,ni X , 4 .JS Q 3 w f ACAPULCO 1 7, - 1 1 .,: ' 'Q ,.,.. , , 9'-4, ., N 'rm X ff N . Wy 1 , 1 , N. x 11 ip t X: N: E, 2 v ' 11,1 14,4-KINX 'V 'Q' V V rj ,r i . 4 , x W J- Mx 1 ,- , 1. . l . X 1' Xt ve MGA 'S' '1 ' "', W" lv .As- I I IL,-4 il L :. 4. ,.-,Q 3-f ' YD , . w-I'L-M. I 4' ,- H ,Q--' wmv' ' , an fy-A . ,im hirlnl. 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Entertainment by the Urban Renewal will last until one. l l I 1 Rf Graduation rehursal, again!! Then, come join in and have some fun at the Crazy Olympic Day at Dwight field. A "mafia" group will be out that day so watch out-you might have a contract on you. 27 Gather your friends and come to the coffee house in the 1839 room of the college center. The Bottomly Twins will appear at eight for an evening of relaxa- tion and fun. Seniors, now's your chance to get together for a real treat-A New England Clam Bake. This will take place at Duxbury Beach on the South Shore. Buses will leave from the col- lege center. Commencement brunch will be served in the morning be- fore graduation. Commence- ment begins at two. Congratulations! Guest speaker: Father Drynan v-H-5,-xx UNTER --Na ' 4' 'A 5 QQ "Q 'im li ' , 'Wi . xi i 'sf 'gf ' Wag: , 72-' , 9 ,mfg VI, K f H 21 f 1' NN.. --...,,,,:.,f 7 v pf. Z-"aw f 5 4 . ,.. 7 ,Lu v, -0.1 ' ' If 's 4 , -ms QJF - f-E X: W ..4f,fgN. Q :.::sa'.. 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Z' 7, f 6 I f M vf 0, , ,mg ' ' f 1 v- . f.,,,, ,, N 1 ye? . .Mfg .-vi-15.21 ,f " IW4, HMV ,,,f,'.,,. 1? I . 3 N iw 1 L - ' l I B 'Q I 1 x 2, ,V 1433 -N -2' A -. ,. . 'W ,,... 'Y J,-1--.. .V I A 4 Y' '-M. X Hr' pu A.-, M4 V - -1.1 . 4 , ,N W 5111:-leg? H N W. V 'N T' 'Wm v Q13 A X ! m ,-m x 'Wit' .fr ' 1 M, , K 's W ' ' ,awk ' 1 " V 5 + ug.. r ug -mn. TN sg, '1 I ,i ' 5.3 ... X if' ' M b. 1 1 1 "1 1 . ,, .. .., A ,. .. W ww ww .,, 'jr , X 4 . G Q Q , ' ' -WAsf1:49P1S,' 233 1978 DIAL The 1978 Dial staff has attempted to create a professional, sophisticated annual publication that reflected a cross section of the college community. We gathered all the activities and memories of this year in a tasteful, graphic, exciting book. In order to do this, we had to rebuild an entire program. lt is not always easy to put together a book which will be appreciated ten or more years from now as well as when it is received on campus. As editors, jane and I would like to extend our thanks to all who supported us in our efforts, especially: Gail Cosgrove, VP, Sue Siegel and the Student Activities Office, Leona. Briggs, Dan Hnatio, Paul Ferguson, The Gatepost, and Larry DeSantos. Also a special thank you to our loyal staff. We hope you have enjoyed this reflection of the past year and wish you well in your future endeavors. Lynda A. Alemian jane E. Coady .N , s ,-xy .wr NL, Siem 479 i 3. vp 1 -fffffff V ag- . , V " e '1 X We X ': gifasf-5, H it Why, f I .Ain - 5 C. A. Abbott - ELT 33 Bradyll Road Weston, Ma. 02193 E. W. Abucevitch - ART 20 Windsor Road Norwood, Ma. 02062 S. E. Adam - BIN 277 Elm Street Framingham, Ma. 01710 D. P. Adams - PSY 185 Union Street Ashland, Ma. 01721 M. A. Adams - HET 15 Tyler Drive Sandwich, Ma. 02563 K. M. Aghjayan - SOC 1 Fairview Drive Southboro, Ma. 01772 K. A. Ahearn - CTN 52 Barton Lane Milton, Ma. 02186 B. A. Alberg - ENN 48 Pullman Avenue South Attleboro 02703 L. A. Alemian - ENT 35 Gilbert Road East Weymouth, Ma. 02189 K. A. Alence - HET 1 Harvard Street Wellesley, Ma. 02181 C. I. Alexander - CTN 17 Echo Street Melrose, Ma. 02176 L. 1. Alsing - PSY 35 Front Street Hopkington, Ma. 01748 D. D. Alves - SPN 45 Bristol Street Ludlow, Ma. 01056 H.P. Amabile - C.YN 39 Ridge Avenue NatiCk, Ma. 01760 L. Ambler - ECT 3 Cresent Street Natick, Ma. 01760 M. E. Amelia - ENN 21 Murry Street Waltham, Ma. 02154 G. M. Anderson - ART 3 Glover Road VVQSI lvlillbury, Ma. 01586 F. M. Andrews - FNT 178 Irving Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 N. M. Antos - HET Dresser Hill Road RFD Dudley, Ma. 01570 M. K, Archbold - SOC 203 Green Street Marblehead, Ma. 01945 I. D. Archibald - HIN 22 Pleasant Street Ashland, Ma. 01721 M. A. Attridge - CTN 107 Essex Street Beverly, Ma. 01915 E. A. Avila - SPT 71 Davis Road Chelmsford, Ma. 01824 1. A. Backman - BIN 7 East Street Wayland, Ma. 01778 B. Backer - ENT 286 Buckskin Path Centerville, Ma. 02532 C. E. Baker - PSY Elm Street Holliston, Ma. 01746 D. W. Bakstran - EON 53 Baldwin Avenue Framingham, Ma. 01701 E. M. Baldi - ENT 216 Bradford Street Everett, Ma. 02149 T. E. Balise - MAN 57 Holyoke Street Northhampton, Ma. 01060 M. C. Ball - SOC 140 South Main Street Randolph, Ma. 02368 A. M. Baptista - ELT 297 Cox Street Hudson, Ma. 01749 U. Baptista - ELT 297 Cox Street Hudson, Ma. 01749 I. l. Baril - CHN 46 Sylvan Street Worcester, Ma. 01603 1. I. Barnes - HIN 6 Wall Street Wellesley, Ma. 02181 P. Barnicle - ELT 18 Causeway Street Medway, Ma. 02053 P. A. Baron - PSY 66 Woodland Street Holyoke, Ma. 01040 D. M. Barrett - LIB 212 Savin Hill Avenue Dorchester, Ma. 02125 L. I. Barrett - FNN 7 Concord Road Forge Hill, Ma. 01828 D. A. Barry - ELT 231 Central Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 I. F. Barry - ELT 65 Oxford Road Newton Centre, Ma. 02159 M. A. Barry - SOC 14 Crestwood Drive Framingham, Ma. 01701 I. A. Basile - ENN 147 Worcester Street Watertown, Ma. 02172 B. I. Batzer - POL 10 Eisenhower Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 L. D. Bauder - ELT 14 Minuteman Lane Sudbury, Ma. 01776 V. M. Beale - ECT 180 Arlington Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 G. R. Becker - BIN 245 Boston Post Road Marlboro, Ma. 01753 P. T. Beers - PSY 42 Ridge Hill Road Subdury, Ma. 01776 L. F. Begley - MTC 51 Ellis Avenue Norwood, Ma. 02062 D. 1. Beldotti - COS 25 Paul Revere Road Needham, Ma. 01772 A. K. Bennett - PSY 6 Clifford Street Southboro, Ma. 01772 V. M. Bennett - EON 423 Main Street Waltham, Ma. 02194 W. I. Benson - SOC 391 Winter Street Norwood, Ma. 02062 1. S. Benziger - ECT 166 Bullard Street Walpole, Ma. 02081 I. F. Bergin - HIN 33 Fenelon Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 S. E. Bergman - ART 68 Lakeshore Drive Wayland, Ma. 01778 I. F. Bernazzani - HIT 22 Legion Street Canton, Ma. 02021 A. K. Berry - ART 16 Loris Road Danvers, Ma. 01923 E. A. Berte - PSY 180 Bishop Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 E. Beyranevand - FRN 368 Singletary Lane Framingham, Ma. 01701 L.E. Bisson - ENN 269 Lincoln Street Marlboro, Ma. 01752 C. I. Black - ENT 77 Prospect Street Marshfield, Ma. 02051 G. N. Blackman - CTN 84 Berkley Street Waltham, Ma. 02154 N. Blaquiere - CTN 29B Beaver Terrace Circle Framingham, Ma. 010701 K. A. Bleicher - BIN 12 Eaton Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 C. A. Blythe - HET 324 Summer Street Rehoboth, Ma. 02769 I. A. Bond - ECT 34 Newcomb Avenue Saugus, Ma. 01906 K.A. Borghetti - CTN 52 Algonquin Road Newton, Ma. 02167 C. W. Boston - GYN 12 Phillips Street Westboro, Ma. 01581 M. C. Bowe - HET 990 Pleasant Street Worcester, Ma. 01602 M. S. Brackley - ELT 30 Barnesdale Road Natick, Ma. 01760 1. Brennan - HET 31 Adams Drive Randolph, Ma. 02368 K. E. Brennan - COS 4 Gannett Road Natick, Ma. 01760 E. E. Brinkers - HET 115 Greenwood Street Wakefield, Ma. 01880 I. E. Brisbois - FRT 7 Perryville Road Dudley, Ma. 01570 R. I. Britton - GYN 78 Shore Road Ashland, Ma. 01721 S. S. Brock - HET 20 Edes Street Plymouth, Ma. 02360 j.S. Brooks - PSY 37 Salem End Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 1. Brouillette - ECT 92 Hemlock Street Arlington, Ma. 02174 I. M. Brown - ELT 34 Ontario Street Hudson, Ma. 01749 K. D. Brown - PSY 114 Floral Street Newton Highlands, Ma. L.L. Brown - ART 336 Westboro Road Upton, Ma. 01568 D. M. Buckley - SOC 25 Cemetery Street Hopedale, Ma. 01727 T. F. Buckley - soc 1 Hilldale Place Ashland, Ma. 01721 C. A. Buffington - PSY 34 Birch Hill Road Ashland, Ma. 01721 D. P. Burk - ART 4 Madison Road Northboro, Ma. 01532 B. W. Burke - GYN Greylock Apt 4D Adams, Ma. 01220 S. G. Busbey - HIT 360 Main Street Everett, Ma. 02149 N. I. Buzzell - HET 25 Laws Lane Stow, Ma. 01775 D. L. Cafarelli - ELT 25 Gale Street Waltham, Ma. 02154 K. M. Cahaly - ELT 88 Westover Parkwy Norwood, Ma. 02062 02164 C. A. Callaghan - FNN 73 OAK Street Canton, Ma. 02021 A. M. Callahan - ELT 13 Chester Street Watertown, Ma. 02172 1. M. Callanan - LIB 18 Greenwood Road Canton, Ma. 02021 L. M. Calland - SOC 9 Bryant Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 R. E. carey - ARN 44 Frost Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 M. Carlstrom - ART 4 Longmeadow Road Westborough, Ma. 01581 D. M. Carneiro - SOC 300 Winsor Street Ludlow, Ma. 01056 D. R. Caron - ART 17 Emmons Street Milford, Ma. 01757 S. M. Carozza - Soc 36 Gould Street Malden, Ma. 02148 T. Carr - PSY 9 Kinsman Place Natick, Ma. 01760 I. A. Carroll - ECT 28 Monadnock Road Wocester, Ma. 01609 P. L. Carter - ELT 45 Fairmont Street Arlington, Ma. 02174 P. A. Castellon - HET 3 Douglas Road Belmont, Ma. 02178 L.l. Catanzaro - ECT 40 Madison, Avenue Everett, Ma. 02149 L.C. Cavanaugh - ECT 3 Merifield Lane South Natick, Ma. 01760 I. A. Cerulo - MTC 26 Gould Street Needham, Ma. 02194 M. T. Chiudioni - LIB 209 Warren Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 E. Choate - ELT 25 Walker Avenue Extention Milford, Ma. 01757 A. O. Choi - FSC 117 Winter Lane Hicksville, Ma. 11801 L.A. Ciccotelli - ECT 72 Alpine Drive Southbridge, Ma. 01550 D. M. Clancy - CTN 4 Landseer Terrace SW 1 West Roxbury, Ma. 02132 G. B. Clark - PHI 13 Rockdale Street Worcester, Ma. 01606 K. M. Cleary - Ecr 76 Walnut Street Lynnfield, Ma. 01940 C. M. Clune - ARN 22 Burley Avenue Danvers, Ma. 01923 1. E. Coady - CTN 243 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Ma. 02192 E. Coburn - ELT 211 Pratts Mill Road Sudbury, Ma. 01776 E. B. Cole - SOC 10 Michael Road Framinham, Ma. 01701 j. E. Collins - EON 128 Bartlett Road Winthrop, Ma. 02152 L. A. Collins - ART 277 Cochituate Road Wayland, Ma. 01778 I. T. Comerford - FRT 19 Marshall Road Clinton, Ma. 01510 M. C. Connaughton - ENT 1610 Worcester Road Framingham, Ma. 01710 C. A. Connelly - ECT 10 Cottage Street Stoneham, Ma. 02180 1. T. Connelly - FNN 2 Lambert Road Belmont, Ma. 02178 M. K. Connolloy - SOC 742 Truman Highway Hyde Park, Ma. 02136 P. M. Connors - HET 31 Westhorough Street Worcester, Ma. 01604 D. M. Conti - PSY 15 Arthur Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 R. Coppola - EON 90 Dale Street Waltham, Ma. 02154 C. M. Corkum - SOC 211 Main Street Whitinsville, Ma. 01588 I. A. Cornacchia - HIN 103 Dutcher Street Hopedale, Ma. 01747 I. L. Cotter - FNN 64 Stearns Drive Randolph, Ma. 02368 K. M. Cotter - HET 22 Cowden Street Worcester, Ma. 01603 E. Coughlin - SOC 390 Ashmont Street Dorchester, Ma. 02124 K. A. Crane - FNT 219 Grove Street Cambridge, Ma. 02138 A. M. Crawley - ENN 50 Granite Street Medfield, Ma. 02052 R. L. Croatti - SOC 3 Faye Lane Framingham, Ma. 01701 M. Cronin - CTN 25 Woodside Street Salem, Ma. 01970 M. F. Crosson - GYN 40 Edison Park Quincy, Ma. 02169 M. B. Crowley - HET 105 Morningside Road Worcester, Ma. 01602 G. Cruz - EON 11 Mason Street Hudson, Ma. 01749 M. 1. Cummings - CTN 15 Crescent Avenue Lynnfield, Ma. 01940 L. Cunningham - ENT 43 Kenney Street Needham, Ma. 02192 K. M. Curran - ELT 20 Bonney Lane Norwood, Ma. 02062 P. E. Curran - ENT 5 Highland Street Milford, Ma. 01757 M. I. Currie - EON 72 Keel Cape Drive South Yarmouth, MA. 02664 B. F. Currier - HIN 566 Coronation Drive Franklin, MA. 02038 M. E. Cusick - SOC 3 Artichoke Terrace Newburyport, MA. 01950 I. C. Dacey - HET 23 Marshall Road Wellesley, MA. 02181 L. M. Daly - cm 45 Apple Tree Lane Weymouth, MA. 02188 L. K. Danin - SOC 43 Levbert Road Newton Center, MA. 02159 D. D. Davis - HIN 767 Pleasant Street Hanson, MA. 02341 P. A. Davis - SPT 34 Greenwood Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 A. M. Deibel - ECT 167 Sherwood Drive Marlboro, MA. 01752 I. L. Depaola - FNN 28 Cottage Street Natick, MA. 01760 I. P. Derosa - SOC 146 Washington Street Arlington, MA. 02174 W. 1. Dejarlais - ECT 572 Newtown Road Littleton, MA. 01460 I. C. Despres - PSY 32A Wilkins Street Hudson, MA. 01749 E. N. Dibenedetto - EON 19 Marion Street W Newton, MA. 02165 D. A. Difazio - MTC 11 Biscayne Drive Chelmsford, MA. 01824 C. A. Digiovine - ELT 49 Clements Road Waltham, MA. 02154 D. A. Dinozzi - EON 11 Stimson Avenue Lexington, MA. 02173 D. T. Dion - EON 15 Brook St. Box 2121 Taunton, MA. 02780 1. F. Donahue - EON 14 Midland Drive Waltham, Ma. 02154 H. C. Douglas - CTT 118 Interfaith Terrace Framingham, Ma. 01701 S. P. Dragoo - ELT 1251 Washington Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 M. E. Drennan - EON 13 Wilmont Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 A. Driscoll - HET 82 Munroe Street Somerville, Ma. 02143 C. Driscoll - ELT 68 Centre Street Nantucket, Ma. 02554 M. L. Drummond - BIN 108 Milford Street Medway, Ma. 02053 E. M. Dulos - ECT 42 Indian Spring Road Ashland, Ma. 01721 K. I. Dude - EON 15 Tracys Pathe Marshfield, Ma. 02050 W. G. Dudek - EON 26 Argyle Road Braintree, Ma. 02184 A. M. Degrenier - ECT 114 South Park Street Bradford, Ma. 01830 M. E. Dullea - ENN 26 Coleman Street Peabody, Ma. 01960 M. M. Dumas - EON 4 Hillside Road Natick, Ma. 01760 I. L. Dunville - CTN 88 Hobart Street Braintree, Ma. 02184 I. E. Durkin - EON 25 Kilmurray Street Clinton, Ma. 01510 C. E. Dziok - HET 39 Main Street Blackstone, Ma. 01504 C. A. Edwards - EON 27 Creston Avenue Dedham, Ma. 02026 l. D. Eichel - ELT 30 Ashmont Drive Framingham, Ma. 01701 C.. Elias - ELT 4040 Tanglewood North Palm Beach, L. I. Ellis - ECT 455 Fisher Street Walpole, Ma. 02081 A. G. Elmont - PSY 71 Codman Road Norwood, Ma. 02062 L. M. Elsmore - SOC 64 North Street Norfolk, Ma. 02056 I. M. Elwood - ELT 49 Hastings Street Marlboro, Ma. 01752 P. L. Ensome - ELT 44 Edinboro Street Marlboro, Ma. 01752 K. L. Evans - SOC 15280 Pleasnt View Drive Colorado Springs, Colorado 80908 I. H. Evers - BIN 8 Cassidy Lane Medway, Ma. 02053 j. E. Fader - PSY 109 Rockland Street Natick, Ma. 01760 I. W. Fagan - PSY 394 Elliot Street Ashland, Ma. 01721 R. 1. Fallon - FNN 47 Cleveland Street Pittsfield, Ma. 01201 I. H. Fantone - CIYN 168 Harris Avenue Needham, Ma. 02192 K. E. Faria - ELT 45 Church Street Hudson, Ma. 01749 M. A. Farma - ENT 53 Farragut Road South Boston, Ma. 02127 M. M. Farrell - ART 261 Linden Street Waltham, Ma. 02154 L. c. Fay - LIB 6 loal Avenue Walpole, Ma. 02081 H. I. Felscher - ENT 53 Auburn Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 K. A. Ferguson - CTN 150 Traincroft Medford, Ma. 02155 P. M. Fernandes - ELT 15 Grove Street Woburn, Ma. 01801 D. I. Ferriter - SOC 54 Park Avenue Needham, Ma. 02194 R. A. Fine - LIB 21-1 MacKay Drive Marlboro, Ma. 01752 B. I. Finn - ECT 756 Metropolitan Avenue Hyde Park, Ma. 02136 R. D. Finneran - LIB 262 Stone Street Walpole, Ma. 02081 S. C. Fish - HET 42 Hillcrest Road Needham, Ma. 02192 W. A. Fisher - BIN 444 Pond Street Franklin, Ma. 02038 P. M. Fitzmeyer - ECT 31 Anthony Road North Reading, Ma. 01884 M. H. Flint- ART 34 North Avenue Weston, Ma. 02193 I. A. Flynn - ART 9 Warren Street Salem, Ma. 01970 S. M. Folino - Elt 30 Orchard Road Watertown, Ma. 02172 G. E. Fontanella - SOC 860 Highland Street Holliston, Ma. 01746 T. A. Foran - ENN 10 Main Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 P. E. Ford - MAN 45 Dedham Parkway Dedham, Ma. 02026 G. A. Fortin - ELT 12 Huguenot Road Oxford, Ma. 01540 I. R. Franciose - ELT 28 Elmwood Avenue Natick, Ma. 01760 I. I. Franciose - SPT 8 Zoar Street Natick, Ma. 01760 Ci. Franco - ELT 149 Temi Road Bellingham, Ma. 02019 C. A. Frangos - ELT 87 Skyline Drive Braintree, MA. 02184 240 C.E. Fraser - HET 280 Lincoln Street Stoughton, MA. 02072 S. E. Fredricks - CTT 7 New Bridge Street Hingham, MA. 02043 L. I. Fregeau - ECT 28 Hillcrest Avenue Brockton, MA. 02401 M. T. Friel - HET 16 Maple Lane Framingham, MA. 01701 E. 1. Frigon - ECT 70 George Street Attleboro, MA. 02703 I. P. Fuhrman, - GYN 10 Wildewood Drive Medfield, MA. 02052 1. E. Fuller - ECT 321 Warren Street Needham, MA. 02190 R. C. Furbush - BIN 374 Water Street Framingham, MA. 01701 P. G. Gabriel - FNN N. Meadowcroft Avenue Pittsburgh, PA. 15216 P. 1. Galisa - FSC Sugarloaf St. Ext. S. Deerfield, MA. 01373 L. M. Gallagher - MAT 16 Foley Drive Framingham, MA. 01701 M. E. Gallagher - HET 30 Bonney Street Westwood, MA. 02090 l. P. Galvani - EON 613 Franklin Street Framingham, MA. 01701 R. C. Garcia - CTT 152 Felton Street Marlborough, MA. 01752 C. M. Ciarrity - CTN 39 Eddywood Street Springfield, MA. 01118 l. M. Ctately - SOC 580 Maple Street Franklin, MA. 02038 M. G. Ctatlin - POL 15 Edgewater Drive Framingham, MA. 01701 C. Gattineri - PSY 30 Mystic Avenue Winchester, MA. 01890 I. M. Gauslin - PSY 7 Evans Lane Lynn, MA. 01902 P.L. Ciawlick - PSY 110 Bruce Road Walpole, MA. 02081 M. M. Gearan - FNN 3 Stevans Circle Natick, MA. 01760 B. Gentes - ECT 73 Prospect Street Wellesley Hills, MA. 02181 K. M. George - ECT 3 Hemlock Drive Hopkinton, MA. 01748 D. 1. Gerold - CTN 89 Taconic Avenue GT Barrington, MA. 01230 B. A. Gibson - ELT 69 Parker Street Watertown, MA. 02172 D. M. Gildea - ELT 50 Washburn Street Watertown, MA. 02172 S. D. Gile - LIB 1 Phillips Street Medway, MA. 02053 P. I. Gill - HET Box 167 Route 6 Eastham, MA. 02642 G, D. Gilpatrick - PSY 63 Edgewater Drive Framingham, MA. 01701 L. P. Giusto - ECT Wampatuck Road Braintree, MA. 02184 M. L. Glebus - BIN 398 North Street Walpole, MA. 02081 A. R. Goguen - CTT 10 Patony Road Framingham, MA. 01701 D. P. Goneau - PSY 25 Skyview Terrace Holliston, MA. 01746 I. M. Gonsiewski - EON 85 Edgewater Drive Pembroke, MA. 02359 D. L. Gorenflo - ELT 46 West View Terrace Easthampton, MA. 01027 K. L. Ciould - HET 10 Strawberry Hill Road Andover, MA. 01810 T. M. Grady - ELT Uxbridge Road Mendon, MA. 01756 K. K. Graf- SOC 2 Rawson Hill Road Newburyport, MA. 01950 C. E. Grant - ELT 121 Swaka Drive East Hartford, CN. 06118 I. A. Greeley - EON 232 Burt Road Springfield, MA. 01118 S. Greenlee - ECT 545 Worcester Road Framingham, MA. 01701 B. I. Grefe - CTN 15 Wilkins Road Braintree, MA. 02184 W. F. Gross - SPN 14 Hodder Lane Framingham, MA. 01701 I. P. Gulezian - ECT 48 Pillings Pond Road Lynnfield, MA. 01940 M. E. Hall - CTN 53 Old Amesbury LI Road Haverhill, MA. 01830 S. R. Hall - ART 90 Seven Mile River Rd. S. Attleboro, MA. 02703 A. I. Hallenbrook - EON P. O. box 3064 Saxonville, MA. C. A. Handlin - PSY 901 Old Conn Path Framingham, MA. 01701 L. E. Hanna - HET 73 Liberty Square Rd. Boxboro, MA. 01719 E. I. Hanrahan - PSY 85 Georgetown Drive Stow, MA. 01701 L. I. Hanson - SPT 55 Dunster l-ane Winchester, MA. 01890 C. L. Hardy - FNN 65 Stafford Road Lowell, MA. 01852 D. 1. Harlow - CTN 86 Depot Street South Easton, MA. 02375 W. H. Harrison - ENT 21 Palmer Road Foxborough, MA. 02035 j. C-. Hatch - BIN 8 Springs Street RFD 1 Westboro, MA. 01581 B. M. Hay - HET 512 North Cary Street Brockton, MA. 02402 P. C. Healy - FNN 24 Prospect Hill Waltham, MA. 02154 F. D. Heil - COS 1630 Worcester Road Framingham, MA. 01701 S. M. Heil - COS 1630 Worcester Road Framingham, MA. 01701 E. j. Hemingway - PSY Leno Rd. P. O. Box 318 Sturbridge, MA. 01566 N. A. Herbert - CTN 6 Prospect Street E. Brookfield, MA. 01515 K. Hibbard - FNN 21 Endicott Street Worcester, MA. 01610 M. L. Hickey - SOC 472 Main Street Watertown, MA. 02172 M. K. Hickey - HIN 9 Lawndale Road Norwood, MA. 02062 S. M. Hilchey - PSY 35 Harrow Road Norwood, MA. 02062 D. T. Hillman - CIYN 156 South Main Street Sherborn, MA. 02154 C. j. Hinckley - SOC 104 Beal Road Waltham, MA. 02154 S. A. Hinz - C,YN 187 Prospect Street Ashland, MA. 01721 j. S. Hodgson - CTN 33 Fort Street Fairhaven, MA. 02719 j. E. Holmquist - ENT 147 High Street Walpole, MA. 02081 K. M. Hosmer - ECT 4 Randall Road Berlin, MA. 01503 C. E. Howard - FNN 90 South Main Street Millbury, MA. 01527 C. M. Hubley - EON 71 Cedar Road Longmeadow, MA. 01106 E. A. Hubley - ECT 45 Florissant Avenue Framingham, MA. 01701 D. E. Hughes - ELT 144 Crescent Street Framingham, MA. 01701 E. A. Hughes - MTC 48 Windsor Avenue Acton, MA. 01775 M. F. Hughes - HET 221 Morrison Avenue Somerville, MA. 02114 j. H. Huntley - ENT 1 White Pond Road Stow, MA. 01775 E. M. Hurley - SPN 4 Bergin Lane Worcester, MA. 01602 S. M. Iannetti - BIN 78 LaFayette Street Waltham, MA. 02154 D. M. lnnamorati - SOC 23 Olive Street Clinton, MA. 01510 A. M. lnsani - ELT 214 Wilson Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 D. M. Ippoliti - SOC 59 Washington Street Franklin, MA 02038 M. M. jackson - COS 1082 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA. 02215 C. R. jacques - SOC 300 Commercial Street Braintree, MA. 02184 D. jannetti -'BIT 34 Calvary Street Waltham, MA. 02154 S. jewett - HET 23 Auburn Street Clinton, MA. 01510 L. jingozian - ELT 71 Russel Avenue Watertown, MA. 02172 N. A. joannin - FRN 9 Tower Drive Dover, MA. 02030 C. M. johnson - FNN 379 Whitney Street Gardner, MA. 01440 B. S. johnstone - PSY 18 Elm Street Holliston, MA. 01746 P. E. jones - PSY 12 Sheridan Street Natick, MA. 01760 D. L. joyce - FNN 24 Ciay Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 C..H. joyce - ELT 23 Phillips Street Watertown, MA. 02172 L. C. joyce - GYN 15 Eaton Road Framingham, MA. 01701 D.F. Kallas - SOC 11 Dandy Road Brockton, MA. 02402 M. E. Kalousdian - PSY 437 Church Street Whitinsville, MA. 01588 C. B. Kane - ECT 13 Corrigidor Road Framingham, MA. 01701 H. R. Karp - ECT 9 Arlene Road Framingham, MA. 01701 R. P. Kaupp - PSY 19 Church Street Sudbury, MA. 01776 D. N. Keaveney - BIN 32 Oakvale Road Framingham, Ma. 01701 P. E. Keegan - HET 24 Marlboro Drive Pittsfield, MA. 01201 E. F. Kelleher - ENN 551 Maple Street Franklin, MA. 02038 E. M. Kelley - SOC 40 Millwood Street Framingham, MA. 01701 j. j. Kelley - GYN 40 Cochicuate Road Framingham, MA. 01701 N. C. Kelley - ENT 104 Indian Head Road Framingham, MA. 01701 P. N. Kelley - ENN 219 Commonwealth Ave Newton, MA. 02167 S. P. Kennedy - ELT 36 Highland Terrace Dedham, MA. 02026 C. A. Kentley - HET 40 Hawthorne Street Rosindale, MA. 02131 M. D. Keohane - BIN 6 Dudley Road Foxboro, MA. 02035 D. M. Keiffer - ELT 44 Elmfield Road Framingham, MA. 01701 M. I. King - BIN 211 Southfield Road Concord, MA. 01742 I. B. Kohl - MTC 27 Sylvester Road Scituate, MA. 02066 S. Kolb - ELT 31 Demarco Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 I. A. Konieczko - PSY 10 Peach Tree Lane Danvers, MA. 01923 D. I. Koos - ENT 66 Checkerberry Lane Framingham, MA. 01701 P. A. Koranteng - PSY 126 Beaver Street Framingham, Ma. 01701 T. Koseatac - CTN 40 Kings C-rant Road Marlboro, MA. 01752 R. A. Koulalis - HIN 46 Curtin Road Framingham, MA. 01701 K. D. Kozminski - ECT 37 Highland Park Road Rutland, MA. 01543 L. V. Kubel - HET Tinkham Lane Lakeville, MA. 02346 R. Kuipers - CYN 33 Lakeside Drive Ashland, MA. 01721 P. A. Kurbs - SPN 701 Concord Road Marlborough, MA. 01752 L. H. Kurker - SOC 29 Claremont Avenue Arlington, MA. 02174 S. I. Kusmanoff - HIN 173 Main Street S. Acton, MA. 01720 S. Kaustahorder - ECT 1016 Nina Avenue Wausaw, WI. 54401 B. LaCroix - HET 11 Meriam Street Wakefield, MA. 02176 P. A. tally - FNN 12 Gibbons Street Melrose, Ma. 02154 E. M. Lang - ELT 83 College Farm Road Waltham, MA. 01562 1. C. Langevin - CTN 55 Wilson Street Spencer, MA. 02703 L. Larkin - CTT 33 Pleasant Street Attleboro, MA. 01752 C. A. Lattinville - HET 6 Royal Crest Drive Marlboro, MA. 02149 D.L. Lavitta - ELT 12 Albion Street Everett, MA. 02184 C. A. Lay - HET 117 Somerset Avenue Pittsfield, MA. 01201 C. I. Law - FSC 7 Parkside Avenue Braintree, MA. 02184 K. L. Leacu - ELT 104 West Union Street Ashland, MA. 01721 A. I. Leary - CHN 107 Wachusetts Road Needham, Ma. 02192 S. D. Lefebvre - BIN 456 Elm Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 K. D. Lennertz - MAT 333 Nehoiden Street Needham, Ma. 02192 B. R. Lennon - FSC 120 Franklin Street Framingham, MA. 01701 B. I. Lentell - FNN 79 Arlington Street Framingham, MA. 01701 P. I. Leonardi - ECT 37 Spooner Street Plymouth, MA. 02360 M. Leopardi - HET 86 Clark Street Framingham, MA. 01701 R.P. Lesage - ENN 15 East Main Street Northboro, MA. 01532 D.A. Lilienthal - PSY 93 Mc Carthy Road Newton Centre, MA. 02159 N. C. Lindsay - PSY 29 Morningside Avenue Natick, MA. 01760 S.I. Locastro - SOC 99 Dorset Road Holliston, MA. 01746 C. C-. Los - ENN 228 Lumber Street Hopkinton, MA. 01748 P. A. Lofty - BIN 17 Glenview Street Upton, MA. 01568 A. T. Lynch - ART 1426 Commonwealth Ave Brookline, MA. 02146 1. E. Lynch - Ecr 57 Robbins Street Acton, MA. 01720 P. Lynch - ECT 13 Irving Avenue So. Attleboro, MA. 02703 M. R. MacDonald - HIT 26172 Grove Street Natick, MA. 01760 S.I. MacDonald - HET 126 Center Street Quincy, MA. 02169 I. E. Mackin - FNN 100 Richmond Street Dorchester, MA. 02124 R. A. Mac Neill - EON 3 Dearborn Avenue Beverly, MA. 01915 D. I. Macricostas - FNN 39 Breakneck Hill Road Southborough, MA. 01772 1. M. Magee - FNN 3 Kettering Road Norwood, MA. 01060 K.E. Maher - HET 99 Massoit Street Northhampton, MA. 01060 B.A. Mahoney - ECT 4 Rafferty Road Stoneham, MA. 02180 N. E. Mahoney - ENN 1 Moulton Park Road Framingham, MA. 01701 P. A. Maki - ART 30 Vega Drive Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 G. W. Manion - EON 36 Winter Lane Framingham, MA. 01701 j. S. Mannarino - GYN Concord Turnpike Lincoln, MA. 01773 I. L. Marchand - EON 232 Salem End Road Framingham, MA. 01701 L. D. Marginson - ECT 136 Hackett Avenue So. Attleboro, MA. 02703 P. Marini - FRT 424 Berlin Street Clinton, MA. 01510 K. M. Martin-MAT 12 Madison Street Belmont, MA. 02178 M. L. Martin - ELT 4 Randy Road Box 832 Framingham, MA 01701 P. S. Martin - SOC 36 Flagg Road Southboro, MA. 01056 A. M. Martins - SPN 189 State Street Ludlow, MA. 01056 S.B. Maxson - MAN 159 Prince Street Needham, MA. 02192 R. P. Mayer - PSY 105 Second Street Framingham, MA. 01701 I. H. Mazzini - HIT 48 Congress Street Milford, MA. 01757 B. L. Mc Abee - PSY 75 Hayden Rowe Street Hopkinton, MA. 01748 C.A. McCarthy - SOC 64 Prindiville Avenue Framingham, MA 01701 I. R. Mc Carthy - ENT 326 Rosemary Street Needham, MA 02192 D.F. Mc Donald - BIN 17 Woodleigh Road Watertown, MA. 02172 D. W. McGinty - ENN Conant Street Acton, MA. 01720 R.E. Mc Govern - HIN 78 Farmington Circle Marlborough, MA. 01752 S.A. McGowan - PSY 129 Holliston Street Medway, MA. 02033 L.j. McGrath - PSY 14 Curve Street Wellesley, MA. 02181 I. P. McHale - PSY 208 Causeway Street Medfield, MA. 02052 L.K. Mc lntosh - MTC 42 Flagg Road Westford, MA. 01886 C.M. Mc Keown - SOC 17 Weld Street Framingham, MA. 01701 S. Mc Laughlin - PSY Box 38 Gleasondale, MA. 01749 C. A. McManus - ECT 54 Elda Rd. Framingham, MA. 01701 N. E. McManus - HET 36 Hall Avenue Watertown, MA. 02172 T. M. McNamara - EON 3 Pearl Street Salem, MA. 01970 L. M. MCNiff - ENT 5 Melville Place Wayland, MA. 01778 P. L. McQuaid - HET 120 Gay Street Norwood, MA. 02062 S. M. McShane - SPN 305 Brigham Street Northboro, MA. 01532 D. K. Maecham - PSY 1296 Worcester Road Framingham, MA. 01701 M. 1. Melchiorri - SOC 32 Union Street Natick, MA. 01760 S. A. Melpignano - PSY 18 Shadowbrook Lane Milford, MA. 01757 C. P. Menna - FNN 27 Common Street Belmont, MA. 02178 C. A. Mercier - FRT 7 Brigham Road Hadley, MA. 01075 D. N. Messina - ENT 120 Beaver Road Weston, MA. 02193 l. A. Miller - ENT 264 Central Street W. Acton, MA. 01720 E.W. Miller - COS 3 Claflin Avenue Hopkinton, MA. 01748 R. C. Miller - ELT 224 Lincoln Street Newton, MA. 02161 F.C. Milligan - SOC 25 Blacksmith Drive Needham, MA. 02192 W.B. Mills - EON 15 Hawthorn Avenue Needham, MA. 02192 F.L. Mitchell - EON 142 Glen Avenue Upton, MA. 01568 1. L. Mitchell - FNN 36 Bellingham Road Worcester, MA. 01606 N. M. Moise - HET 30 Summer Street Melrose, MA. 02176 P. A. Monk - HET 150 Chestnut Street Fairhaven, MA. 02719 W. G. Moody - MAT 17 Hudson Street Northboro, MA. 01532 D. 1. Morelli - ECT 28 Skyview Terrace Holliston, MA. 01746 D. A. Morency - HET 7 Argyle Street Shawsheen, MA. 01801 M. Moriarty - HET 80 Buttonwood Lane Hanover, MA. 02339 M. F. Moriarty - SPN 71 Constitution Ave. Abington, MA. 02351 D. M. Morrissey - CTN W, River Road Uxbridge, MA. 01569 M. A. Morse - HET 12 Shirley Street Lexington, MA. 02173 R. A. Moyen - BIT 9 Edon Glen Leominister, MA. 01453 P. A. Mullen - ECT 46 Aberdeen Street Newton, MA. 02161 P. A. Mullins - ART 1 Buckley Road Worcester, MA. 02172 D. A. Musserian - ELT 18 Hosmer Street Watertown, MA. 02172 E. R. Nagle - FNN 8 Winnemay Street Natick, MA. 01760 C. V. Naranio - PSY 11 Woodland Street Natick, MA. 01760 R. M. Nardone - MTC 15 Forster Street Newtonville, MA. 02160 T. A. Nascimbeni - CTN 84 Fuller Street Ludlow, MA. 01056 L. R. Nasman - MTC 12 Colony Drive E. Longmeadow, MA. 01028 K. L. Nawn - MTC 30 Westchester Drive Auburn, MA. 01501 K. Neelon - HET 946 Washington Street Dorchester, MA. 02124 M. Neelon - PSY 68 Brook Street Franklin, MA. 02038 j. F. Neilsen - ELT 11 Farmington Circle Marlborough, MA. 01752 E. M. Neville - PSY 344 Orchard Street Millis, MA. 02054 L. D. Nichols - BIN 303 Marret Road Lexington, MA. 02173 D. Nicholson - ENN 19 Duggan Road Acton, MA. 01720 S.A. Niemiec - FLT 389 Abbott Street Springfield, MA. 01118 M. Niro - ECT 9 Cunniff Avenue Milford, MA 01757 C. A. Nolan -ELT 63 Temple Avenue Winthrop, MA. 02152 K. j. Nolte - ELT 27 Warren Avenue Weston, MA. 02193 j. R. Noonan - ESN 60 Edmanos Road Framingham, MA. 01701 M. L. Normandin - HET 36 Linden Street Framingham, MA. 01701 D. M. O'Brien - GYN 14 Conant Road Framingham, MA. 01701 E. j. O'Brien - PSY 9 Charles Street Natick, MA. 01760 R. O'Brien - PSY 20 Farrington Street Arlington, MA. 02174 G. D. OConnell - PSY 15 Berkeley Road Framingham, MA. 01701 j. M. O'Connell - ELT Lancaster Road Shirley, MA. 01464 C. L. O'Connor - ELT 5 Bruce Road Woburn, MA. 01801 M. A. O'Connor - ECT 13 Marshall Road Natick, MA. 01760 M. E. O'Connor - HET 2 Forest Street Leicester, MA. 01524 M. O'Connor - PSY 63 Lane Drive Norwood, MA. 02062 D. B. O'Donnell - MAT 59 Summer Street Marshfield, MA. 02050 T. C. Ofria - HIN 28 jason Street Arlington, MA. 02174 C. A. Ogrodnik - FNN 118 Chestnut Avenue jamaica Plain, MA. 02130 S. A. Oldach - EON 37 Salem End Road Framingham, MA. 01701 R. C. Oldenburg - SOC 19 Brucewood Road ACIOD, MA. 01720 K. A. Oldroyd - EON 14 Brooks Street Brighton, MA. 02135 C. M. O'Leary - ENN 7 Beaufort Avenue Needham, MA. 02192 C. A. Olsen - FNN 42 Birch Drive Concrod, MA. 01742 C.M. O'Neil - ECT 147 Huntington Ave. N. Dartmouth, MA. 02747 M. M. O'Neil - HET 1323 Worcester Road Framingham, MA. 01701 M. M. o'Reiliy - cm 15 Robbins Street Waltham, MA. 02154 M. T. O'Rourke - PSY 109 Kendall Avenue Framingham, MA. 01701 K. R. Orsak - HET 137 Berkshire Avenue Syracuse, NY. 13208 R. A. O'Shea - FNN 43 Arborview Drive jamaica Plain, MA. 02130 B. P. Ottaviani - SOC 286 Fountain Street Framingham, MA. 01701 M. A. Ouellette - ELT 19 Clements Road Waltham, MA. 02154 M. Pandolfo - ELT 22 Broad Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 j.C. Pantazi - COS 71 Winthrop Street Framingham, MA. 01701 E. M. Pantel - ELT East Dudley Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 N. Papkov - ART 36 Elysian Avenue Nyack, 10960 j. E. Paquette - SOC 3 Sax Road Framingham, MA. 01701 S. M. Parabicoli - BIN 21 Dewey Street Hudson, MA. 01749 B. j. Pare - POL 128 Main Street Ashland, MA. 01721 P. j. Parece - MTC 9 Hudson Street Natick, MA. 01760 j. E. Parent - CHN 265 Wilson Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 S. M. Park - PHI 8 Lamphere Circle Framingham, MA. 01701 K. Parodos - BIT 1 Stanley Drive Framingham, MA. 01701 G. I. Pashko - FRN 33 Holliston Street Medway, MA. 02053 I. M. Passanisi - ELT 217 River Street W. Newton, MA. 02165 C. M. Patrick - ECT 100 Great Road Littleton, MA. 01460 C. C. Pellegrini - SOC 371 Main Street Milford, MA. 01757 1. M. Pellerin - ELT 105 Main Street W. Upton, MA. 01587 B. I. Pemberton - CTT 77 Temple Street W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 C. A. Pendergast - SOC 232 Linwood Avenue Newton, MA. 02160 M. 1. Pepe - GYN 118 Leicester Street Brighton, MA. 02135 P. L. Percoco - PSY 114 Sky Pond Pkwy Arlington, MA. 02174 D. C. Pereira - ECT 60 Winthrop Street Framingham, MA. 01701 D. A. Perry - PSY 38 Needham Ave. Dedham, MA. 02026 I. I. Peterson - BIN 109 Rockland Street Holliston, MA. 01746 R. I. Phillipps - PSY 249 Elm Street Walpole, MA. 02081 I. M. Piazza - ART 14 Volk Road Dedham, MA. 02026 L. A. Picard - ENN 136 Captian Road Longmeadow, MA. 01106 B. E. Picardi - MAT 28 S. Mill Street Hopkinton, MA. 01748 I. R. Pidacks - EON 88 Winter Street Ashland, MA. 01721 L. A. Pierce - FNN 173 St. Botolpn Street Boston, MA. 02115 N. L. Pierro - CTN 119 Unkamet Pk. Drive Pittsfield, MA. 01201 A. Pietryka - EON 75 Griffin Street Bondsville, MA. 01009 S. E. Pittman - HET 28 Swan Street Beverly, MA. 01915 A. Pizzi - ELT 886 Franklin Street Wrentham, MA. 02093 M. Platt - FNT 108 Farm Street Bellingham, MA. 02019 F. L. Pluff - LIB 8 Ledge Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 I. E. Plunkett - EON 162 Lockland Avenue Framingham, MA. 01701 C. A. Poirier - CTN 140 Millbury Street Grafton, MA. 01519 C. M. Pomponi - ELT 62 Webster Street Watertown, MA. 02172 L. Porcella - CTN 488 Fitchburg Turnpike Concord, MA. 01742 K. W. Powers - ELT 7 School Street Clinton, MA. 01510 M. A. Pratt - SOC 315 Brickwood Blvd. Springfield, MA. 01109 S. Press - ELT 25 Indian Ridge Road Natick, MA. 01760 D. Prince - FNN 82 Elm Street Charlestown, MA. 02129 L. A. Princiotta - BIT 101 Hobbs Street Waltham, MA. 02154 D. R. Putnam - POL 10 Oakridge Avenue Natick, MA. 01760 1. T. Puzo - ELT 39 Porter Street Watertown, MA. 02172 L. S. Quaglia - MTC 21 Mawney Street SO. Attleboro, MA. 02703 D. I. Quilty - CTN 67 Croydon Road Framingham, MA. 01701 F. I. Quinn - EON 249 Central Street Holliston, MA. 01746 M. S. Quinn - PSY 11 Swazey Road Somerset, MA. 02726 P. M. Quinn - CTN 43 Rhodora Street Lowell, MA. 01851 E. I. Radock - ELT 3 Atherton Street Natick, MA. 01760 B. I. Ragette - ELT 8 loane Drive Ashland, MA. 01721 W. I. Ranauro - GYN 148 Woodland Road Southboro, MA. 01772 S. E. Randall - BIN 34 Broad Street Newburyport, MA. 01950 A. I. Reid - PSY 33 Atwood Road Southborough, MA. 01772 G. I. Remillard - BIN 6 Fair Street Uxbridge, MA. 01569 P. A. Reopel - ECT 35 Bluegrass Lane Ludlow, MA. 01056 G. V. Reppucci - FSC 118 Franklin Street Framingham, MA. 01701 L. M. Ricci - CTN 26 Ambleside Drive W. Falmouth, MA. 02574 M. A. Richardson - SOC 44 Birch Hill Road Ashland, MA. 01721 I. M. Rier - PSY 101 Baldwin Avenue Marlboro, MA. 01752 M. R. Robertson - FNN 24 Crosby Road Wakefield, MA. 01880 1. F. Rodriques - SPT 126 Kendall Street Framingham, MA. 01701 M. A. Rogan - SPT 40 Irving Street Spencer, MA. 01562 W. I. Rogers - EON 87 Manomet Street Brockton, MA. 02401 I. A. Rondina - ELT 22 Rockwood Terrace Newton, MA. 02166 K. A. Rossini - ELT 14 Whitegate Road N. Billerica, MA. 01862 M. Rossiter - ELT 22 Chestnut Street Westboro, MA. 01581 S. M. Rousseau - ELT 282 Lincoln Street Fitchburg, MA. 01420 P. M. Ruberti - EON 177 Park Street Clinton, MA. 01510 W. B. Ruegg - MAT 19 High Rock Road Holliston, MA. 01510 A. I. Ruelle - EON 26 Webber Street Malden, MA. 02148 M. A. Ruggelo-O'Brien - CTT 254 Ocean Street Lynn, MA. 01901 C. M. Runek - BIN 3 Cedar Lane Medfield, MA. 02052 V. I. Rurack - ELT 40 Sunrise Street Haverhill, MA 01830 M. T. Rush - FNN 40 Winnhaven Drive Hudson, MA. 03051 N. K. Ryan - ECT 19 Griffin Road Westford, MA. 01886 B. 1. Sadler - PSY 42 Williams Street Upton, MA. 01568 S. L. Salsman - ECT 179 Oak STreet Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 A. M. Salvucci - ELT 23 Eddy Street W. Newton, MA. 02165 I. R. Santamaria - EON 181 Parker Street Maynard, MA. 01754 R. E. Sargent - POL 10 Auburn Road Wellesley, MA. 02181 T. I. Sartori - ELT 17 Church Ct. Ashland, MA. 01721 D. L. Sawin - FNN 264 South Street Northampton, MA. 01060 M. Scheblein - CTT PO Box 2710 Ctre Stat Framingham, MA. 01701 1. E. Schecter - ELT 16 Smith Road Randolph, MA. 02368 I. M. Schmidt- ELT 52 Elm Drive Newtown, CN. 06470 K. E. Schneider - ECT 107 Sanderson Avenue Dedham, MA 02026 A. L. Schubert- GYN 61 Roundtop Road Framingham, MA. 01701 W. 1. Scott - Soc 180 Manning Street Hudson, MA. 01749 S. I. Sennott - HET 35 South Street Medfield, MA. 02052 B. Sharma - SOC 754 Old Conn Path Framingham, MA. 01701 L. E. Shea - ENN 1 Seamore Road Scituate, MA. 02066 M. F. Shebell - COS 462 Bigelow Street Marlborough, MA. 01752 1. A. Sheehy - ECT 64 Karen Road Framingham, MA. 01701 G. A. Shrier - PSY 23 Westlake Road Natick, MA. 01760 B. E. Schultz - SPN 50 Lakeview Drive Gardner, MA. 01440 A. R. Sims - GYN 3 Oran Circle Peabody, MA. 01960 R. I. Sims - SOC 3 Oran Circle Peabody, MA. 01960 P. M. Sisoian - ELT 27 Watson Avenue Leominister, MA. 01453 M. M. Skerry - SOC 54 Oxford Road Newton, MA 02159 R. D. Skinner - ECT 42 Stearns Street Cambridge, MA. 02138 S. R. Skinner - BIN 6 Senaca Drive Hudson, MA. 01749 C. M. Slazas - EON 15 Cynthia Drive Brockton, MA. 02402 D. I. Sloan - PSY 66 larman Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 M. Small - ENT 218 Beaver Street Framingham, MA. 01701 C. M. Smith - ELT 236 Beal Road Waltham, MA. 02154 C.. E. Smith - ENN 56 Eleanor Street Chelsea, MA. 02150 L. M. Smith - ECT BOX 544 Plymouth, MA. 02360 R. Smith - SOC 20 Yale Drive Milford, MA. 01757 M. D. Smits - ECT 155 Charlesbank Rd. Newton, MA. 02158 A. Soave - FRT 1 Brook Street Hudson, MA. 01749 S. M. Sotir - ECT 61 Alton Street Walpole, MA. 02081 L. A. Spear - SOC 48 Burlington Avenue Wilmington, MA. 01887 N. E. Spillane - HET 63 Metropolitan Ave. Boston, MA. 02131 A. Stankiewicz - ECT 234 Highland Street New Bedford, 02746 E. Starobin - ECT 34 Robert Best Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 S. L. Stearns - MAN 3 Auburn Street Framingham, MA. 01701 K. M. Stewart - FNN 26 Maple Street Hopkinton, MA. 01748 M. St. jean - CTT 55 Greendale Avenue Worcester, MA. 01606 C. I. Stone - COS ' Commonwealth Avenue Northfield, MA 01360 D. L. Sullivan - CTN 545 Worcester Road Framington, MA. 01701 M. A. Sullivan - BIN 16 Chruch Street Framingham, MA. 01701 P. A. Sullivan - BIN 222 Manning Street Needham, MA. 02192 I. Sumski - ELT 40 Pickwick Road Marblehead, MA. 01945 S. Suprise - ECT 628 Summer Street Rockland, MA. 02370 K. F. Swasey - COS 124 Hosmer Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 D.C. Sweder - FNN 14 Mt. Pleasant Street Marlboro, MA. 01752 K. B. Talbot - ECT 87 Locust Street Danvers, MA 01923 M. C. Tavares - ECT 289 S. Main Street Hopedale, MA. 01747 D. B. Taylor - POL Old Bay Road Bolton, MA. 01740 K. 1. Taylor - HET 65 Valentine Road Northboro, MA. 01532 I. M. Teel - ELT 14 Lilian Road Framingham, MA. 01701 P. A. Testa - ELT 81 Harding Street W. Newton, MA. 02165 E. Testoni - SPT 33 Dismore Avenue Framingham, MA. 01701 E. 1. Thibodeau - MAN 49 Cherry Street Waltham, MA. 02154 B. Thomas - ELT 22 Ash Street Hopkinton, MA. 01748 I. L. Thomas - FNN 56 Concord Street Framingham, MA. 01701 I. M. Thompson - CTN 554 Concord Street Framingham, MA. 01701 M. A. Tivnan - EON 98 Epworth Street Worcester, MA. 01610 B. E. Tommola - ART 13 Mayflower Road Northboro, MA. 01532 N. I. Tosca - ENN 84 Dudley Town Road Windsor, MA. 06095 E. A. Tosney - ENN 117 Prospect Street W. Newton, MA. 02165 l. M. Tourel - SOC Cullinane Drive Marlboro, MA. 01752 K. M. Trabucco - MTC 50 Spruce Street Winchester, MA. 01890 M. I. Tricomi - BIN 6 Maple Street Salem, MA. 01970 E. A. Trudeau - CTT 53 Perry Avenue Somerset, MA. 02726 V. E. Trufant - ECT 109 Washington Street Abington, MA. 02351 M. S. Trunfio - ELT 726 Washington Street Holliston, MA. 01746 M. A. Tyrrell - PSY 50 Aldrich Street Webster, MA. 01570 I. Vacca - EON 51 Butler Avenue Mynard, MA. 01754 I. C. Vallon - ARN 89 Stoney Brook Road Belmont, MA. 02178 K. A. Vanaskie - CTN 20 Parliament Lane Woburn, MA. 01801 D. Vanlingen - SPT 1 Gates Avenue Marlboro, MA. 01752 I. E. Vartanian - LIB 38 Wesleyan Street Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 P. A. Vaughan - ENN 6 Dwight Avenue Natick, MA. 01760 B. I. Velez - SPT 27 Williams Street Ayer, Ma. 01432 D. I. Videira - SPN 36 Beaver CT Framingham, MA. 01701 R. H. voght - Psv 31 Chestnut Street Framingham, MA. 01701 M. T. vogr - cTT 235 Perkins Row Topsfield, MA. 01883 L. M. Wade - HIN Beverley Circle Holliston, MA. 01746 I. A. Walker - ELT 8 Highland Street Hopedale, MA. 01747 B. E. Walsh - ELT 10 Madison Avenue Cambridge, MA. 02140 B. I. Walsh - MTC 9 Country Club Road Acton, MA. 01720 C. M. Walsh - FNN 109 Victoria Road Sudbury, MA. 01776 H. E. Walsh - ENN 10 Ray Hill Road Franklin, MA. 02038 K. T. Walsh - MAN 1 Harvard Avenue Burlington, MA. 01803 R. L. Waltenberger - FNN 505 Hartford Avenue Bellingham, MA. 02019 1. M. Ward - CTN 76 Brae Road N. Weymouth, MA. 02191 L. B. Wassarman - SOC 28 Walnut Street Milford, MA. 01757 P. M. Watson - ART 70 Horace Road Belmont, MA. 02178 N. 1. Waugh - MTC 56 Woodland Road W. Bridgewater, MA. 02379 1. L. weagle - Mic 42 Boylston Circle Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 P. A. Weckesser - ELT 23 Princess Road Marlboro, MA. 01752 C.A. Wentworth - MAN 33 Hillside Drive Whitinsville, MA. 01588 1. N. Whalen - C.YT 1333 Pleasant Street Worcester, MA. 01602 T. L. Wheeler - CTN 3 joseph Avenue Lee, MA. 01238 M. E. Whewell - ART 48 Newton Street Northboro, MA. 01532 G. M. White - ELT 100 Prentice Street Holliston, MA. 10746 1. M. White - SOC 41 Cottage Street Natick, MA. 01760 K.l. Whitney - SOC 773 Mass Ave. Boxboro, MA. 01791 1. M. Williams - CTN 23 Benjamin Road Lexington, MA. 02173 P. S. Winer - ECT 54 Wildwood Avenue Springfield, MA 01118 G. R. Wise - PSY 35 Summer Street Westboro, MA. 01581 K. M. Wishnowski - HIN 10 Frederickson Drive Randolph, MA. 02368 T. P. Woods - EON 38 Buckminister Street Framingham, MA. 01701 R. P. Wright - ESN 28 Eden Road Framingham, MA. 01701 M. A. Wrobel - FNN 23 Esther Street Worcester, MA. 01607 P. A. Zaccaria - EON 431 East Street Dedham, MA. 02026 K. D. Zalucki - FNN 91 Sunnyside Street Chicopee Falls, MA. 01020 1. M. Zande - ELT 12 Eden Street Millis, MA. 02054 G. I. Zimmermann - PSY 90 Central Street Framingham, MA. 01701 R. E. Zolot - PHI Burlington Street Lexington, MA. 02173 x. 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