Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1983

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Jim A P ' K "Xu" JW A A-V1 3, Cllr- P 'N .-,xz-r. wg. ,f 'fx' Ji' E ' r 'n-.. ' ' J 5 .,v' W J '-Kuff fj mfg 1 "1 '11 L, I. u W3 U"-:Ir 1 :ff W 415' J vfl KL ,-La. x- '.'9' N ,.. "Y F". -,',' A'-HIH'lll'fH-QI' W' !,f'51J,2:J5fC Q'A' :Af ARCEMS Ftafningham State Coitege Fiamingham, Massachusetts Every time we say hello to some new encounter we'r'e on our way toward goodbye. 4 DIAL STAFF Editor in Chief Lisa Para Photography Editor .John Davis Sports Editor Chris Bryant Copy Editors Bonnie Sue Fiollins Kelley White Art Editor Fiich Parsons Layouts Lisa Faro Photographers .John Davis, Chris Bryant, Lisa Pero, Kelley VVhi13e Bonnie Sue Flollins, Sue l-larnrn lvlartin Velilla. In harmony with his spirit: You're never too busy to lend a hand, To sit down and listen, to understand - You're never too busy to stop and share Or to shovv someone else hovv much you care - You're never too busy for others, it seems, To build up their hopes and encourage their dreams. I'UFI'iIf'2ATFI'3 TV7 I'iF2. AFITI-Il.JFI C3. CI-IAVES Dr. Arthur Chaves has been at Framingham State College since 'I 989. During this time he has taught and held the positions of Director of Planning and Development, Academic Dean CActingJ, Vice President of Administration and Finance, and Executive Vice President. I-Ie has served on numerous committees involving teachers, students, faculty, administration, staff, tovvn and state officials and college neighbors. I-Iis highest priority continues to be offering a "positive teaching-learning environment within a human scale." I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank Dr. Chaves from the class of 'I 983. Dr. Chaves once expressed to me that the class of 'I 983 is one of the best classes to ever attend Framingham State College. I feel that our success has been contributed to by Dr. Clhaves' constant support and encouragement, and that he has been one of the keys to that success. I feel this poem reflects the depth of Dr. Chaves character. Sean F. Gorey, President, Class of 'I 983 3 V ff' 1,2 ' ' ,. , :., y 3 -fmt: -vi. --M, Some distance from the actual phrase but moving toward it all the same. ,H QM. The distance between those two words becomes a little less as we grow older. db' 1 A1 JS 4 . .1 ' .' 4 - -Al fe1,4'.f 'ow lit,--f ' A 41" 5 A "Lv ravi vuln- il ' - F' ..., If -- D - 4-:P ,f- . 'P 1 A? ' '-,Q ' Kap 5 F A-s ."'..4 STUDENT LEADERS Gihhy lvlulcehy - SGA Vice Pheeideht Jehe VVhite - Chief .Justice Torh Eohl - SGA Pheeideht Steve IVIiher' - SLJAE Pheeideht Bob Flicheride - Student Trustee CLASS OFFICERS 1--fe-yy!-Q .5- ,515 Seem Corey - President Bob Ivlielde - Vice President Sue CH-ierte - Secretary .Janet White - Tr'eeeL.1r'er' we-1, ff-7 Be aware then that tomorrow is only tomorrow 4 flff . 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A "IM 'Qi Q W bf XS QA Jello Wrestling Sponecwed by SLJAB tnie wee en evening in tne fOPLJl'TW to Hvvetcn it wiggle eee it jiggleu on tne conteetente 'cnet entered into tzne fun vvnile otznere in Une outer Ping cheered for' e winner. 1 E ' 'lib ' it ff . QQ 2. - ff px' , , J ' i 1, Lx . . y' 5' 1' k ' ' 'I' N .Y . ,Y Ai Ji ll V , - r 7 ,f Yi n 4 ' V V' I " 7-I-V 4 1 5 . A66 Rv- f?M,l,Pnz Att il 1341 I7 PWM' -xwf, ' - -' 1' ,, '1 - fn 'M ,f 'Q is-.J ur- L. ..,, X 1 1 1 1 kms ,I we--' , . , .ffm , .J ffl , 'S A-2. 1 K T5 A X 35 AT' Y ',fA'lQ.x. 2 i ..--, t L 94 ,gf A ' pw' ' 1' Frarnungnarn State and tne Arnerucan Fled Cross collected donations of blood by students and faculty to reacn a record nlgn. Congratulatnons was presented to the college Dy tne Pied Cross vvutn a plaque. Student Governrnent are tne ones to be nonored vvitn tnis public service. " ' Y ,...-,-.....f- -U Y .. ..-,- - . 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Q N5 lava Q a 41 5? li 1 MERRY CHRISTMAS FROMI 'THE GATEPOST' Another' SLJAB sponsored activity was the Dateless Semi-Formal. Dated or' dateless a good time will be Pemembered. . Qi 1 1-e vu., '55 4. -4 ' Q Q J 1 x -, Jxffli. N' 'f 1 62711 A iv, 6 5 ff, ' lfalibnl Y, 4 , N., 'iff ' , MM1-1--e' V Q 6,55 1512 '-fQ,Q'QL f V V ' nf: -' f 121' 2 W," ,f-: Q ff HW? . .fj,fgf,,gJ,5 'f,,,':iCf' '-'lil ,Quf If ' 1 3 h t ff'6ffHM..5..,M f , , ' 1 :Q ft' I w, w.. .fr The Chateau de Ville wee the Setting for- the Christmas Cotillion on December 2. Q1 'ffl 324' r,,7' I I ff, Q, y.- .. 'ffg,'2'24w V , X54 ,w J -,ef ' N X A .gi 1 . ,, ,sig ,f IV 1? by f 127 X 'E V x '. v X I ,. , J ,fl r A IN gm. i , J' . A, N215 Super Dance '83 fn "Boston Rockin" with Sex Execs. November Group, end The Umetteck-med I , -iv' ,L U wi? ggiywesx ff, - ,lg-M. T155 'YM 52? 'vb-7355 .N 'J' 11- K . an-'+:r ,. W ,Wy A, W, , 3 - f' J Q Q -. fi x . 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Green beer, Celtic singalongs and general boozy mirth, a proper setting for the wearing of the green. What many area residents don't know is that Liam's is a restaurant as well as a bar, and a good one at that. "Good" means different things to different folks, good connotes ample portions, fresh foodstuffs, attentive service and eye-appealing decor. At Liam's only the service was lacking. Could be that because it was an off night-a Tuesday-the waitress wasn't at peak energy level. The party at the next table joked that "maybe the waitress was in having coffee" when they wanted water at their table. What I wanted was a simple lemon for my fish, a generous portion of fresh scrod 155.501, baked on the underside, exactly as I like it. Accompanying baked potato was pedestrian, but the broccoli with cheddar sauce livened things up a bit. Appetizers were the soup de jour, Tuesday's being an acceptable clam chowder 151.25 a cupli and salads, which came in an oversized bowl to facilitate easy handling 1an idea long overduej. In an Irish pub, the stout should be fresh as the moment it left St. James Gate in Dublin, and sad to say, my pint was on the sour side-an indication that the draft was getting towards the end of the barrel. A Bass Ale 152.507 was up to par though. Sizzlin' steaks are the watch- word here, and at 57.00. 58.50 and 510.50 they sizzle all over the plate. Teriyaki versions of both beef and chicken are availableg 58.50 for' steak teriayaki and 55.95 for the bird. A selection of deluxe, meal- sized salads are offered, as are a blackboard full of daily specials that merit a lookover. People at adjacent tables were discussing divorce proceedins 1a thor- oughly suburban concern if there ever was onej and enjoy- ing orders of eggplant par- migiana 154.951 and chicken parm 154.95J. Dessert can't be expected to be a strong point at an Irish pub restaurant and it isn't. Choco- late cake with alleged rum flavoring has been done as well by Sara Lee, and at 52.00 a slice it's not bargain. Liam's gets the seal of ap- proval because there were no surprises, tasty food at very reasonable prices shouldn't be surprising, but it often is. Best to drop in for dinner than retire upstairs for a head full of grog. Make mine a Busmill's neat, please. l I I I 3 I I I I I l 1 l Bone Appetite by Speed Radio Some connaisseurs of line foods will travel great distances to taste the delicacies of differ- ent kitchens. Well, did you know that wehere at FSC have our own palatable cuisine? Just inside the College Center lies a hidden resource of fashionable foods. Yes, our own Interstate United spews forth such an abundance of illustrious dishes, that even I was overwhelmed at the selections available. Being a frequent regular of the cafe- teria, I am well accustomed to the exquisite tastes that one in- curs after just a few visits. All of the components for a delight- ful evening are thereg exotic foods, a cozy atmosphere, a food line tto help you get ac- quainted with other customersj and even the soothing music of one of this nation's top rated radio shows, WDJM. lt's the perfect place to bring that special someone out for that special occasion, and the price is right. Two can chew for that low unheard of price of under Sl0.00. I would recom- mend the all you can stomach salad bar with it's day old salad and mixed French-Italian-Rus- sian House dressing. Then for the entree, I suggest the House special, beef stew which includes all the delightful leftovers from the previous meal, thus Inter- state United keeps with its mot- to, "If something's good you stick with it." However, if you're daring, you might try the cafe extravaganza, chicken ala vomit, which looks like some- thing that has been already eaten. They also have dishes that range from veal parmagiana to the army surplus hot dog. Un- fortunately, I.U. does not have a liquor license, so they loose a few points there, but they do have an assortment of different fluids that are non-allergic to most people. Dessert is the highlight of the evening, and although it's not quite chocolate mousse, you should find the ice cream of "Hood" quality if you get some without any impurities in it. Otherwise, you may decide upon the brownie delight to your taste although there are rumors of the cook's cigarette ashes being in it, floating around. Not only can you get all this for the one price, but absolutely free the cafeteria presents enter- tainment nightly starring such favorites as Magarette the wonderwoman of tickets, and Rudy the amazing milkman, not to mention a delightful collage of people who are there for all to see. All this is included when you visit the college resident cafe- teria, plus a few surprises. So if you're looking for some un- usual spot to dine, I enthu- siastically recommend the resi- dent cafe, because even if you don't like the food, then you can always throw the little but- ter squares up onto the ceiling. The Resident Cafe is located in the College Center on State Street. Dinner is from 4:00-6:00 p.m. 115 'IIE by Speed Radio I was a very stable, well ad- justed freshman upon being ac- cepted here at FSC. Most of the time, I could be seen strolling around campus and conversing with the young nubile freshman girls. They were fun to be with, yet something was missing, something I could not pinpoint, something that they were miss- ing that I knew the girl that I wanted, would have to have. I was perplexed by this omis- sion that was seemingly in every girl that I met. Well, the months rolled by, summer came and went, and still I strived to meet this one girl that would satisfy my undefined special need, but alas, she seemed nowhere to be found. I had almost given up on this impossible search, Iyet deep down I yearned for the compan- ionship of this fantasy womanj, when I was in the middle of my sophomore year. Then when almost but the faintest hint of her remained, I came across our school newspaper The Gate- post. I never even gave it a se- cond thought before, because of it's obscure nature and I was not one to read anyways, but oto 2lIlt2lS this particular paper caught my eye. I don't know what it was, maybe some mystical magical event, maybe just some obscene coincidence, but I picked up that paper and looked at the front cover. It was a photo- graph of Dwight I-Iall. Never in my entire life had I seen such a magnificently exquisite picture. It was wonderfully exposed, beautifully in focus, and the depth of the field was enough to make me wet my pants. The pic- ture was perfect, not one single thing could be found wrong with it. I squealed with delight as I slowly glanced over and over the picture with ecstacy. I wondered who could have done such superior quality. Well, I hesitantly looked to the bottom right hand corner of the title page and saw the wonderful words that I would later have tatooed onto my chest - "Photo by Sue Hamm" . . . Photo by Sue Hamm, Photo by Sue Hamm, PHOTO BY SUE HAMM!! I said repeatedly again and again. My heart pounded expectantly hoping that there would be more photos. I quickly turned the page, and to my dismay there was not any pictures on the sec- ond page. "Oh no, how can I be deprived like this." But to my delight on the next page there was another fastidious photo by Sue Hamm. I drooled with pleasure as I examined another of her miraculous reproduc- tions. It was a photo of Presi- dent McCarthy, by god, she can even make him look good. It was then that I comprehended the full impact of what this meant. Sue Hamm was the girl that had that SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL that I was pursuing throughout most of my college career. For the next several weeks, I could be seen waiting at the Col- lege Center at 8:00 a.m. every Thursday morning like clock- work, waiting, anticipating, the morning delivery of the Gatepost. I lived for those photo's by Sue Hamm. My whole existence was those photos. I could bee seen fran- tically ripping open whole card- board boxes just to get at them. I would skip classes just to con- tinually look at her photos. It boiled my blood even if I just got the slightest glimpse of one of her photos. Yet all during my sophomore year I was never destined to meet this angel of film. The summer of '81 came all too soon and I was to return to my home and summer job. Yet the visions of the word "photo by Sue Hamm" were there to haunt me. My walls were papered with her photographs and I could not bear to tear them down. I had frequent dreams of her developing my film. No one even guessed the agony I was going through, yet I survived and so came back to FSC to start my junior year. I was sitting in my usual spot waiting patiently for the first issue of the Gatepost to come out, tingling with expectancy of another enticing half-tone pic- ture by my goddess like Sue Hamm, when I heard someone talking. "Yeah, that's right," the voice said, "there's an open- ing up at the Gateposlf' My heart almost jumped out of my chest. Here was my chance to get possibly, in the same room with Sue Hamm. Of course I was up there faster than the speed of light, and I applied for the job. With a little bit of luck and fast talk- ing I was the new window washer up at the Gatepost. I didn't care what I did as long as I would get to HER once in awhile. But I was soon to be disap- pointed . . . Much to my dismay, she never dropped in the office. I would wash the windows 5 times over waiting but still she never appeared. The only indication that she worked there, was the small packet of photos in an envelope that she left there each week on deadline morning, mysteriously. Again the weeks rolled by and still no sign of Sue Hamm. Not to be undaunted by this poor run of bad luck, I planned to stay up all night to meet this woman of wonder who so stir- red my manly desires. Just to have five minutes to talk with her, and discuss topics like fixer and developer time, would sure- ly be enough to last me a whole year. My plan was this - to stay hidden in the Gatepost of- fice underneath the editor's desk until after everybody had left, and then await the glorious coming of Sue I-lamm. Well, everything went as planned and there I was in the dark, dank, dusty office of the Gatepost. The hours ticked by, and I was determined not to let weariness take over and fall asleep. Then it couldn't have been more than five minutes to dawn, when the doorknob of the Gatepost door turned ever so slowly. I started to salivate, then the door opened . . . yet I couldn't quite make out the face, in the darkness. Frantically I reached for the light switch, and in my haste I hit my head on the editor's desk, I was knocked completely unconscious. I awoke two hours later to find that Sue Hamm was gone. My dream had been shattered. Reluctantly, I picked myself up and saw all that was left of Sue Hamm's visit: her little packet of photos. But something else was attached to the packet, another envelope, addressed to the window washer!! I-Iurriedly I lept to the floor and delicately opened it up. There was a note on it and it read: Dear Window washer, I know how you must feel about me, because it 's happen- ed to me, too many times in the past. I can't go around taking photos for everybodv that likes the way I print and develop film. It would be too time con- suming and I made a vow to devote my entire time to the Gatepost. I hope you under- stand, and If you really must know the truth, I take my pic- tures to Photomat anyways. So try to be adult about this and just forget about me. Sue I-Iamm P.S. I enclosed something I think you'll enjoy. . . . and inside the envelope was a photo, and it was a picture of me!!! I was lying underneath the editor's desk asleep, and off to the right hand corner it was signed "photo by Sue Hamm." Well, it's now my senior year and I still collect her photos, although I never did see Sue Hamm again. Besides, I don't look for her anymore, what with this being my busiest year with all the work I have to do plus my part-time job at two different photomats. 117 'ITE 'I' URNER Boys Life Makes ' 'True Believers' ' by Steve Riccardo The last weekend of January at the Channel belonged to John Surette and Boys Life. Celebrating the release of their first Ep, Boys Life put on two shows which will long be remembered by Boston Au- diences. Boys Life has been one of Boston's most successfuly bands in the past few years, displaying and original, energetic style which has earned them a large following. Boosted by successful records such as their '82 release of "Two Doors Downfl Found Her," a 4 song Ep which they shared with the Outlets, and various cuts which appeared on the two Modern Method compliation Lps, Boys Life with the help of David Robinson, drummer of the Cars, grew at a rapid pace. The Channel record release bash was well put together. Their first show which featured the Prime Movers, Shrapnel, and the Corpsicles drew a large crowd which rose to the occa- sion in dramatic fashion. They also put on an all ages show the next day with guests the Dangerous Birds, Bang Bang Band, and the Square Ideals. Following a somewhat out of place set by Hardcore Boys, the Corpsicles, which caused WD- JM's Jennifer Whitman to do her nails, a mediocre perfor- mance from New Yorkers Shrapnel, and a stylish show by the Prime Movers, Boys Life was ready to make their return. And what a return it was. The Channel erupted when they took the stage. Surette, Neil Sugarman, Rober Weiner, and newcomer Chris George ex- celled higher and higher. "Keep the Edge" only their second tune caused memorable reaction on the dance floor, and Johney had his audience where he wanted them. Surette's presence was a classis one. He belted out cut after cut often without breaking between tunes. Sugarman's sax- ophone, Weiner's drumming and background vocals and George's bass all seemed to be on the mark. They did a host of oldies in- cluding, "I Wasn't Me," and a rousing version of "I Found Her," which Surette dedicated to WDJM, a station which has supported Boys Life greatly the last two years. But it was the new tunes off the Lp especially, "Person I Want to Be," "It Came From Here," and "A to Z," that drew tremendous responses. Manager David Surette deserves a great deal of credit for putting together a great night, and according to sources the all ages show went well, too. Boys Life is a band that has to be reckoned with. Their Ep, complemented by Robinson's Production, will sky rocket. The cards are in their hands, and one gets the impression they'll be wheeling and dealing for a long time. EJIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEUIIEUIIEFIIEIIIEIIIENIEFIEIIIEIIEIIIEIIIEJIIEIIIEIIIEIIIEJIIEJIIEJIIEIIIElrElllElIfEIfI!IIElIIElllEllfElIIEllIE'JllElItfEg E E E ZZ'-7 X E ' E X 5 S - E E All 4 . X E E Q' 8 ' 5 ' S S ff 4 'Jr f 6 iii' 5 .. ,J GJ - E l , E 2 X I :.' ' 1 E G6i1'tfi-?l'Qgg"EZD..skt1JtM.oW1tM.4.-Llwtmtxt..tf.1,lN..1n fftildmlfti a , E E E if Eur-21Ireflnmlrellmlsetlwlrvlnmlrailreltetltallwlralrargtlmaatlratlrallrallrallafnratlelzfwlmlmtlmlmlmlmzmlmlafti Previte Here . . Here we are, back again for another semester of grueling eight thirty classes and all night study sessions, with high hopes of upgrading our almighty cum. This semester's going to be a good one, we say to ourselves, as we make a firm resolution to put work before pleasure. All well and good until a special is run at the pub fa bargain the poor college student cannot resistj, or we hear of a "killer punch" party in so and so's room. We concede to the fact that "Hey, you got to live," and the cycle of partying and cramming begins all over again. Ah yes, the perils of college life. Friday mornings are the roughest on this campus as a result of Thursday night's Partying, an affliction com- mon to many so called "suit- case" colleges. Of the students who do not elect to "blow off" their Friday morning classes, many can be seen stumbling around campus with toothpick supported eyelids, the distinct odor of hops and barley on their breath, and a large coffee grasped by a quivering hand. That's what I call dedication. Between schoolwork, part- time jobs and socializing, we don't have it as easy as non- students would like to believe. The next time a working friend trys to tell you how "cushy" you have it being a student, take him or her out on a Thursday night, to classes Friday, to work Friday night, and to the library to study all weekend. They may not find it as "cushy" as they believedg and for their sake, bring some toothpicks and plen- ty of coffee along. The adjust- ment to student life may be a little rough on them. Christopher J. Previte 119 'IEO MM I 'UE-co NX On Fepruery 'I 5, 'I 983 et 'l CJ:CJCJ pm undisputed VVorId lvliddleweight Clhennpion lVlervelous IVlervin l-legler successfully defended his title egeinst Tony Sipson et the new Worcester Centrum. The fight wes stopped et 2:40 of the sixth round after l-legler hed knocked Sipson to the floor twice in the round. l-legler hes yet to find en opponent who csn seriously chellenge his cleirn to the title of World Clhsrnpion. M ,mu ' ml., "2...-...... All photos by Torn Bohl '5: w ff W-' ...il ff ' .., N 121 'VW ' if 4 JA 9' 2 ff 'Y f ,f 122 'wfif U 8-if A , , .nv-' of if 'Wa fill! kv' 123 iii E5 we , 'I24 ' I lVlay Hall HI Fi 1 in If After Hurricane Before Hurricane Heavy rain and high vvind marked the official opening on September 'I 7, 'I 9238, of the one hundreth year I the firet normal School in America. Hain, vvind, and drizzle of the opening day continued intermittent throughout the four daye to come until the afternoon rain and vvinde of the hurricane raged late into tl night. Floofa and vvindovve of IVIay, Dwight, Welle Halle were badly damaged. The buildings were the re-Styled to what it ia novv, except for the removal of the corner tovvera. After another modern remodelir lvlay Hall ia once again open to the atudenta at Framingham State Flesearcb by Larry Havener Franriingnanw State nfioved frorn Lexington to Framingham in 'I 8513. Private citizens of tne town gave tne northwest slope of Bare I-lill as the carnpos for us. ln 'I 889 a nevv class building was errected. Nlay l-lall, in nonor of lvliss Abby lVlay. Late in the afternoon of April 25, 'l 935, during the vacation vveek, fire broke out in a basement closet of Nlay l-lall. Tne fire spread rapidly by vvay of tne ventilating shaft to the fourtn floor and was breaking into the rooms before it was discovered. Tnis caused for a necessary delay in opening for anotner week. It vvasn't until tne next fall when the entire building was fully operable. 125 UHNER TS The M.A.S. H. Era Ends by Steve Riccardo With one of the largest au- diences in television history a regular Monday night became a landmark one in CBS history. It was time for "Hawkeye" and "B.J." to go their separate ways. After eleven years as one of the most popular shows in tele- vision's existence, February 28 ended the M.A.S.H. era. lt was hard to speculate that a comedy about a Korean war medical camp could generate so much interest and followers. But it did. Spearheaded by the courage and innovations of Alan Alda, who portrayed "Hawkeye," M.A.S.H. did indeed become more than just another tele- vision comedy. lt dealt with many of the finer points of life, death, and war. 'IEE Alda grew as M.A.S.H. grew. It appears he watched Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould in the motion picture, and built a legend, in fact several legends. There was Frank, and Hot- lips, and Radar, and Klinger. Each part grew and expanded, and then ultimately reached somewhaf of a climax. M.A.S.H. became a legacy. Eventually reruns were view- ed and then viewed again. There were days when as many as three episodes of M.A.S.H. could be seen in one night on television. Its audience was spectacular, when "Hawkeye" laughed his viewers laughed, when "Hawkeye" cried his reached a conclusion on February 28. The final episode of M.A.S.H. was a classic, it left its royal audience on the edge of their seats. The public had reacted tremendously, there were M.A.S.H. bashes in night- spots everywhere, a television show had left its viewers in awe. Competitors had no way of competing with the showing of the last episode of M.A.S.H. ABC even featured an exclusive showing of American Giggilo, but it went to no avail, the night belonged to "I-Iawkeyef' Fittingly enough, the last scene of M.A.S.H. featured the embrace of "Hawkeye" and "B.J.", as they said good-bye to each other, M.A.S.H. said good-bye to the world. An era has ended. viewers cried. The laughter and the tears ' Ttliiitllflift 'Hiri- -f fe. at f-:gf-fawf EW 755 iii -xt'g'r f - , . Q Ci! ff o.9,ps' ,""4 tvfqixgilll X 'f-at X-:m1:::.. O - Hu ' 4 --I X l rar? it ' O Wd' r ' . . -23:35 ' 7705 MWXS 'H 06916 15 F02 W5 - Bffeog. WE me fsfv 'r ovfe M2 WAQEE Mafvrffsf ti J nf i I I br I If 3 ' . fs- ---1 .l ..,--:-fiffffJ::g:.... tq7ffj4....l' 'gg 9 9 W ' . -' F 5 -J, 9 I sk 154 s ' refs j . , X. l'V - fK OO f.lIt lx K 6. Qx FX 7 vvvnagg i ,. l A X N 'Qu 'I XZ ll T i I Ti e ia O I n if illt M Q: .te .....-- , ill lui. X ' F529 'Ein ... ' ' '-,gf . "ix L e Suicide is Painless by Alex Schapira Americans all across the country gathered around their television sets, last week, to celebrate the end of the Korean War. Of course, the final cease fire of the Korean War actually took place some 30 years earlier in 1953. But for the largest audience to ever watch a single program on commercial television, it ended on February 28, 1983 with the farewell episode of M.A.S.H. The hype surrounding the end of M.A.S.H. was tremendous. Newspapers and magazines, as well as local and national television programs featured the show, its writers, producers and cast members for weeks leading up to the final episode. With advertisers agreeing to pay S450,000 per half minute of commercial during the two and a half hour finale, it's easy to see why everyone wanted to jump on the band- wagon. In the case of M.A.S.H., however, every bit of praise and promotion that it received was very much deserved. M.A.S.H. was a unique television phenomenon because it managed to incor- porate both comedy and tragedy together in the same package, without ever allow- ing either one of them to dominate the other. Rather, the comedy and the tragedy complemented each other so well that the effectiveness of both was maximized. There have only been a handful of intelligent and provocative television series around during the past 10 or I5 years, and the common thread that seemed to run though all of them was character development. The characters in M.A.S.H. come off as real people, each with his or her own personality. They all had flaws as well as virtues. They showed a wide range of emotions. But most of all they were allowed to grow and develop over time. The characters in virtually all of today's series have personalities that can be described as either good guy or bad guy, and the only thing they are allowed to develop is a new hair style. Perhaps this life-like evolution of its characters accounted for M.A.S.H.'s resillency when it lost, McLean Stevenson fCol. Henry Blakey, Wayne Rogers CTrapper Johnj, Larry Linville fFrank Burnsj, and Gary Burghoff tRadar O'ReillyJ, four of its major players. After all that's the way life really is. Still, it must be noted that very talented replacements and the consistent presence of Alan Alda helped to prolong and even strengthen the show. By far the greatest number of comments about the final M.A.S.H. episode revolved around Hawkeye's nervous breakdown. It seems that a number of people were upset by it because they pictured Hawkeye as some sort of super human who could withstand anything, even if he did need a drink or two, now and then, to help him. But since when have the M.A.S.H. writers been conformists? Life, particularly in the midst of a war, doesn't usually turn out the way people would like it to. You may remember that a similar reaction was evoked when the producers of M.A.S.H. decided to kill off Henry Blake during the show's early years. I think that as they did then, people will come to respect M.A.S.H.'s decision to be realistic, rather than to play it safe. I, along with millions of other people, have been watching the re-runs of M.A.S.H. for a number of years now, and it's safe to say that we will be able to con- tinue doing so, most likely, into the twenty-first century. Until last week's final episode every one of those re-runs, no matter how many times I'd seen it or how well I knew it, always seemed fresh and current because I knew that those people were still over there sitting in the "swamp," walking through the compound, eating in the mess tent, and creating new shows. But when it was all over and I tried to find com- fort in those earlier shows, I realized that they had lost their special charm and had become, like all the rest, just re-runs. Yes, it really was over, and as I watched them all leave the familiar M.A.S.H. theme had lost its cheerfulness and had acquired a sad tone. Suicide may be painless, but saying goodbye is not. IE-'EB Sex in ovember S.U.A.B. Chalks up a Winner by Tim Barry Pedal pusher jeans stretch tight against sweat-slickened legs, flushed faces are aglow with energy, triumphant holligan catcalls punctuate the still April night, these observa- tions better chronicle the "Rockin' ln Boston" dance held Saturday than any two-bit reviewer could. When the Boston area's top new wave dance band, November Group, finished their set of newage hoe- down music at the stroke of midnight, the surplus energy fairly reverbertated off the blank institutional walls of The Pit. Worcester's Unattached began the surburban sockhop on an up note with alively 40 minute exercise in power pop garage rock, recalling elements of the Clash, Ramones, Dic- tators and Sex Pistols with their punkfchick attire and sneering demeanor tnot to mention a borrowed chord change or twol. Songs like "Balls" and "Lori is a Lesbian" may have offered a new perspective, but any lyrical wisdom was lost in the boomy, unintelligable gym sound mix. Able musicianship from bass and guitar brothers Daryl and Mark Frazier and skins pounder Mike Zadronga gave ranter Jamie Sever Room to bawl and shout. Don't Let the Party Die Bolstered by their newly-oiled horn section, the Sex Execs stomped and hollered their way through a free-for-all of blue- eyed soul and funk. Despite a murky sound mix the band managed to raise the energy level to the boiling point in a matter of minutes. Taking the opportunity to try out several new songs before an approving audience, the Sex Execs paraded future classics such as "Tami- itis" and "Your Whole Life" side by side with new titles like "My Ex" and a rousing RnB jam called "Don't Let the Party Die." Their ode to the power of positive drinking, "Martini Time," was introduced with the acknowledgement: "This one's for WDJM, who made our record til." Good-natured thrashing erupted during the Sex Execs' set, or more accurately slam- dancing with a smile. Elbows and legs flew at random and everyone enjoyed themselves immensely. We Dance We Dance We Dance November Group began their show with a drum and taped music intro that brought the curious to the front of the stage. A supple bass-driven beat pro- pels most of their tunes along, the twin keyboards setup enhanced by guitar and voice is the choice of many of today's electro-pop outfits, of which November Group is a contender for honors. Dance number after another flowed, the discord rhythms keeping the dance- floor filled to capacity. Of the 250 or so in attendance approx- imately half or more danced during N-Group, including the S.U.A.B. concert staff's red- shirts. tSpecial kudos to concert coordinator Sita Afarian's clockwork organizational job.J November Group's Ann Prim stood stalwart but lessened her usual icy glareg it was obvious the band was enjoying itself tonight. Prim's guitar and keyboards are pointing toward the sounds of 1990's RnR, with dissonance spieing up the blend in sections. Throughout the strong set the group maintained a fat dance beat that somehow cut through the echo chamber Pit. The Sex Execs will be playing a benefit at Spit tonight, April 14, along with Our Daughter's Wedding. The concert is for the disarmament movement. November Group plays the Paradise Thursday, April 28, at 8:30 p.m. Look for the Unat- tached werever the music is loud, fast is the rule. 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NIANEKAS Psychology Dean'slPr'esidenl:'s List, Psych Club, Fle- memtzer: Things could be worse and for- ev- ery top there is a bottom: Another- View 4, , ' 1 'K . 1 3' H .1 i'7?S-.fig , 'xf by - , - -lumix , ,x . V' '31 hx ' f ' -ff' 'S 319 A N ' gr V7 I ' 'fir .1-'gh 2. E, . I.- I f KIMBERLY I. NIAHEFI Biology Bio-lvled. Science , r sr X 5. KEVIN o. MALQNEY Mathematics LYNN E. NIAFITIN Food S Nutrition 1 417 yy. 5 fs- ,H ' fx YH - ,,.w:,.1 ,gd Q ..l'..,.r.,!,, 1,.. ,,,, M.. Q' ,. M. 53:1 LESLIE A. NICGUIRE Early Childhood ECI, Happiness . , , is time spent: with fr-lends and looking forward to sharing time with :hem again. I E F O wx it ' 'Q if- ! . -'fm' -pnrf'FpRA.4.agQsv,fg,m ,f ' X - . we-f " A ,2 i f igiijj.,-:gg w ie, 3 , -f ir If -ff 4 THDIVIAS J. NIELLD Economics Susan B. Lyman Award, EQ Honor' Socvety. Soecuai thanks. so Dr. Wallace S Dr. Kmer, wor-ks. nn nl: wich serenucy and grea especially no my love. Patricia Hayes ,. ie-U R. GLEN MICHELL Econornice Hilltop Players. 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Nutrition QI-IELLETTE SOCKDIOQY F006 S- NU'5PiUO"1 Psychology xv ANGELA T. PAISDN PAMELA PALIVIEF! Food Si Nutrition Clothing S Textilee '91-,r CHANTAL IVI. PARK LISA S. PAFID APC Clothing Si Textiles Too much to do with little time to accomplish it an Isn'c that the vvey things always a 'l5'l W7 I GQ? 2 w f f MARK P. PARSONS RICHARD J. PARSQNS JOAN F. PECK Economics Art lvleciia Economics Caceposc Carcooh Edncor-, Creator- of "These Poor- Years". Lord, help Us to ove- Serve your world so long, F S C 4lY fb rv-1 I PATRICIA A. PERRCNE RICHARD J. PERRY LAWRENCE G Clothnhg S Texcnlee Psychology PERUZZI Eoohorhlos Geography. Gacepost lvlahagmg Edncor-, Eoorwormcs Club I ,I LYNN E. PETERS NIARJDRIE E. PILDNG KIMBERLY A. PINKUS Clothing IS Texculee Biology Coheur-here S Family Studies 1 52 LN ""s -'P .16 4.40241 RICHARD P. PDIRDT CYNTHIA A. PATRICIA H. POULIN Geography PDRCELLO Early Chllohooo Eo, Economics, Varsucy Football cl yrs , Shared honors for' Nlost Improved Player' 1982. Con-Iputep Sclemce Deeds Lust, Fall 1992 .Af 1-2355" 3 f' ,I nf . f':c,"sf' +Z?"fibK? " iz I A,f.A. I CAROLYN NI. POWELL JOHN Psychology I-"Alf 'V wwf' f I --.. lk , 'gfjigfl I I D. POWERS MICHAEL A. POWERS I-lla1:,or"y Eoohorhloa .fe Wx ,. ANNE K. PRDVDST IVIAUREEN A. DUINN WILLIAIVI J. REID Ecohomioa Psychology Ecohomlca There ar-e two maya and chem a FTIUSC and Kappa Delca Phl Sol- , Paychologv Cloo Vvacahhoc on-act chevwlgl, oon wal.'arwal,1l v after' that a shall. l-low nhflhlte Che corhoro- Keep clrxeahvu-lg, keep taellevlhg, keep a mash- our aalli. Ecorlorhlc Club 4 Tv'aa1.l,,v'er, 5 ml muse chan uhdlcates I wnll E D. bow nh your hear-L. log, lvlaoa, Jolla Anna, Fl-lend: or Vvor I 153 YM N.. . ,,,,,,,,4f DIANE NI. RIZZD 1541 Art .9 JDCELYN REMY STEPHEN J. lV1edical Technology RICCARDD lvledia Communications Journalism. Remember "Rockin in Boston's Tuesday night goodbyes. I do 'il' 0 n o 4 ROBERT E. RICHARDS KAREN RINGUALL Politics Consumer' S Family Studies N. CYNTHIA A. ROBAR Consumer' S. Family Studies: Education Home Econornics Club President, Home Econornice. Deon Cuvrrculum Committee. Black and Gold. Service Committee , ' A 'J . 'IXQX GAYLE K. ROBERTS NIAUPEEN L. Elementary Education ROBERTS KEIDDB Delta Pi Honor Society Clothing S Textiles Clothing Deaagn 'YTT7 ,gym M ., , Q I GERALOINE A. ROY PAMELA E. RUGGIERO ELAINE K. RUSSELL Clothing S. Textiles Sociology Early Childhood Ed. Psychology Psychology 'MI' '-un-'Wg PATRICIA A. SABOURIN Clothing S Textiles . ' iffy-44pi,:Q,:,g.'f,'f ,r 3 5y4'g,?j. 4 y,f,,.1W ., . -. V, I ffiiiff ' f -I 'f Z' ' , V5 fggz if M' ff 1 if 3 I f, , .4-44' VIOKI L. SANTOS Elementary Education Reading, Kappa Delta Pi. Presidente List. Nlegna Cum Laude. Memories. Dreams. to friends. to rny Dad. and most of all - Dan. f 7 A99 ,Q 34 . -, ..,.. l Q.,' ?7 tl,- OLAUOETTE NI. SAULNIER Biology KELLY A. SAVAGE Early Childhood Ed. Psychology. Tomorrow is a dream that leads me onward. A drearn that will Soon corne true. l arn going to be free to oe rne! Q f 5 r , DONNA L. SCHOLLAND Biology -...Q 'WXWN5 -.- ,. KELLI J. SEARS NAOIVII N. SHANNON LISA A. SHAY DONNA IVI. SHIRE 'DSVCVWOIOQV Psychology Psychology ' Ivlathenfwatice "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes. you'lI find you get what you need." Nl. .Jagger 155 :CY LINDSAY K. LESLIE A. SIGGINS STEPHANIE A. SILVIA JOHN A. SKATCFF Geo Pa h Walteriwleall for' our' und I-Iistopy Econor-nies psychology scaniiung patience, I Iovl you? Pres, L c 'IEEE-E23 ew' 45 -at1,D" WILLIAM E. SLDAN CFIAIG SMITH GAYLE SMITH MICHAEL G. SMITH Sociology Computer Scmence Art V .1 'IEE 'TD NIARTBETH SPELLNIAN History NIAFIY J. STACK NANCY STANICK SDNIA P. STEELE Early Childhood Ed. Nledical Technology Food S Nutrition L mg the part yrs. behind. urls time for Ch f I: to begun. X 4 PUN XI LOUIS H. STEIN JEANINE NI. SULLIVAN LINDA Nl. TANIAN GENE TENAGLIA Biology English Psychology IVlat:I'1erT1at3uos Post no bulls. Ivledle Communucatlons, Gateposb News ed- ucor, Phono Club 11" 'T TP ""fp7'61,,L 1? hx , if 5 ,fbiwff 2 ifiiiff VINCENT J. ANNA IVI. KAREN A. UPSDN JEANNIAIFIE N. TERFIAZZAND TRAVAGLIDNE F005 S NUUPIUIOU VAUGHAN History Food S Nunmtznon Clothrrwg 8 Textules Geography Sensor' Exec Bro. of Home EC. Club, Scu- oer1!:Acivusor-y Evo of I-1orneEC Deon, Black S. Gold CJr-:em-.amznon con-wrmccee, KW' . .1 , .-- . -- . l 1 ' -I J' I fr' F : . .P- -.. 'x I4 1 - f.fs?.1i.w2, 312. 157 ,N A, mf-:W V SUSAN IVI. VAUGHAN DIANE IVI. WALLACE KEITH W. WALLEY KAREN A. WALSH Spanish Food S Nutrition Economics Consumer- S Family Studies Soemsh Activities. BGG. SGAQ S3 Exec Er-d., RA, VE, SJ-LS . Dorm Council. E32 Runner' do Coll. S Comm Service Award. i 'E"E I, all SUSAN M WARREN CYNTHIA A WEBSTER Biology Biology 'v-zzz' BETH A. WHITE JACGUELINE C. WHITE Clothing S Textiles Consumer' Si Femily Studies 1 58 JANE M. WHITE JANET L. WHITE Politics Economics fm I I 'J' ww ,fi 'sffff' GLENN R. WILE LESLIE S. WILLS Psychology Psychology 5,3 I Alluuiikr PATRICIA J. ZSCHAU WILLIAM R. BECCIA Sociology Histor-y . N ,aj .......J.y qv , J PAMELA A. WHYNDT Psychology SLJAE 1982-E3 Tressuren B2-813. Day- time Chair 52. Lots of good times. Laughter- S friends sf. FSC' HIV!-QN S SC. "'f':frP MARY E. WRIGHT Psychology QL? DAVID N. PARKS Economics 1' X fauyy, I V SCINJA L. WICKLUND Food S Nutrition ,. Y, 7. .?,,7.,,.- .,..., A ...,,..w-,, .,., , ,.,,.,f.,r--......f--4 31,1 l,, W - 1 ,fm fngjxwf, , 2 J . 1, 'Q-10" EY 1 ELAINE P. YEHLE Food S Nutrition i am not looking For my dreams to interpret my life, out rather' for' my life to nntsrovet my dreams, Susan Sovvtag 159 Master of Arts Barbara A. Andrews Bichard L. Chesnwore lvlary L. Cucinotta Joyce deLernos Brian B. Duffey lvlary J. Everett Joyce S. Fishman Shohreh l-larhed Annette L. Jenkins John J. Liberatore Sandi B. lvlahoney lvlarion lvlcCarthy Cynthia G. Ivlclntosh Anita lvl. Batchuo Sharlene lvl. Sargent Helen I. Strom Master of Education lvlary J. Alessi Debra L. Baldelli Judith A. Britt Joan W. Chase lvlartha J. Crawford Donna L. Elliott Douglas A. l-lardy lvlarcelle lvl. Kosersky Lynne S. lvlcGrath Susan E. Pitman Jane L. Seooala Masters of Science Brenda A. Abel Debra L. Chiacu Beth S. Cronin Susan l-l. l-lobbs Kathleen Lyons lvlary B. Sieruta Patti A. Tokarz Barbara L. Zebrowski WSC Congratulations to those receiving their Masters Degree Sandra T. Baumoel Bobert E. Dooney Steven L. D'Angelo Judy Donnellon Bonnie lvl. Eooes Fiobert lvl. Fahey lvlarsha E. Greenberg Nancy J. Hoffer Christine Lee Ivlalcolrn Lloyd Bichard K. lvlanion Jean lvl. lvlcDevitt Carolyn lvl. lvlichaeli Sister Joseph Catherine Ellen P. Servetniok Virginia VV. Sullivan Nancy lvl. Antos David VV. Boston Anne S. Chagnon Ann D. Childs Diane B. Diarnond Kathryn E. Faria Kathleen A. l-looley Donna D. Lawson Lynne E. D'Donnell Ivlaureen E. Bogan Nancy E. Witkowski Jennifer E. Cardoza Carol lvl. Craig Deborah B. Feil Devon E. Longacre Joyce C. Batcliffe Ivlarcella P. Theenwan Leslie A. Wyzga Z , A, 1fQ ,f f ' vi' f 1' f ' ' V f f' X' ff' 'ff 7 1' W' ' X ' 7,1 X, ff f ff If fx X" 49 XXV W f If: X ?K ,JW 12? fd? A7 '13 'Q-Ig.j-I-2fjfg2fZg.j-I'Ij -.-..-.-.-.,-. .,',-.. . N' ' tx . QL X U. .,',. Z ,...A.. 1 Q .." Q ' + 32525. 5252555252S2E2E2522552555222552552E5S2Ss555225552523SzSsSESESi2i2s:, 4,-1 M, """- 3Z12'2-itil. ,-rff5Q'-52-5-.Elf-ii-it5'-if32122li-ifit-if1-ifSiiii-Siiiiii-i'i-5-Z' ' ' + "" ,.,,,,, , X32 Www 6, 'R Q' Q , . 4. ir T 4 B, A The FSC FIANI FOOTBALL team under first year coach Tom Kelley finished their season with a deceptive 3 and B record. An early highlight of the season vvas vvhen the Bams opened up the new Nlaple Street Field with a 7-B victory over VVNEC to become the first FSC football souad to play on campus. This Bam team vvas literally snakeoitten as they lost several close games which could have gone the other vvay. l-laving outstanding seasons were NIVP John Caldor, Unsung Hero Jim Leonard, as vvell as Flick Poirot and Scott Camillen who were both chosen Nlost Improved. The Bams were also plagued oy the injury factor as 'l 5 starters were lost over the course of the year lceeoing Jeff Stone more than busy. Co-Captain lvlark Leonard along vvith Flick Poirot. John Calder, .lague Ferguson, Bill Niland, Scott Camilleri. and .Joe Collins vvere a key to the PBC swarming defense while offensive stars included ,Joe Laudano, Tod Caflisch, Bill tlarmulovvicz, and Bill Donga. The Bams lose eleven seniors out next year should oe a successful one. ' 1 1:3 4 .Off qi 11. .4-5 ' ,Mia W i, I K 4' Q wi X ' ' ,i V. l ', ' ', ..' 5 1' l Q v " A X I iq I f is "lib ,. ? vii 'Q' 2 XR 1 vvff fe-fl ff- A A. A . f f y .- -. " W A V l' j '-ix r- ,a 1- lf. ,QV 7.. ,. iz' 3 4 T gif, " 'Yi F' Q v lf I dw' qi.. v all .V X I 'Mm 3? if Wi il? in Q h -ln' N af A f -:Bw 40' lB2 xwg' 45" ...v A Wm 4 mul- ' aw -fm A K 5-fi ,gli , 1 ' , Y, it ZW we A vw A' 'lat' N lr' ' .f'f?f'7' A ' . mf" Q 4 3,1,.n:,g , few, , "1 i 4, , ,V I F """' . . A , hz.. 1 'f 4 1 7 ' . 112- 1 v' V fJj"'qfl ff., ,. he -aj' W- , . ,. A ,ff , , .Nl il' A we 1 H 1, F F - V . 51.7 QE! .gl M Q s FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC -'SAK 7 E 21 C C S 'IS 'l7 C iff! VVester'n New England S Bridgewater' State S Curvy College 3 Nionols 7 Plymouth State 137 Westfield State 'l C lvlass lVlar'itin'1e ES Western Conn. State 'I 2 lvlaine lVlar'itin'1e 44 ,. L. A.. 'fri' K . ' ' ' f 1 L x1 ,- .xlib -Q...-. l X' nw ' ' ' , - . ' -,-x ' H- 'r -1 Q, Lv K'-:fy . W '-' . ' - 1'1" ' ' " ' 1 ' w -"1 ,. .Q A-K. n 7 is AA :lf L ,.. .- ,fl 'x- 0 ' -15 WSS The FSC FALL CROSS COUNTRY team ehjoyed a fihe eeaeoh as they vvouhd up with ah overall record of 5 vvihe ahd C3 Ioeeee. Bell Beccia, the Flame most valuable player had ah extremely etrohg year ae did Johh Fielde, Bill Bove, Cedric Smith, ahd Iviike Joeeoheoh. Coach Ned Pr-ice, a Boetoh Ivlarathoh fihieher himeelf, hae done ah exoeotiohal job ih orihgihg thie fairly hevv eport alohg at FSC. The Flame aleo fihiehed a reepeotaole third ih the 'I 982 IVIASCAC Tourhameht ahd oah hold their heade high. Good luck and oohtihued euooeee for FSC Croee Couhtry. -Rl X Q Q MAS 25 Q .114"" ' f A. :LN 'A -' "1 V .M .if -'1m'li4w-- l wry' .a+ . ,F V' ' ' ' nh-.Po-3 ' , 45. 1 ,M "' a,..,..- 'I E41 -pf' ww. if ,SN 3990 nw '1 ff! Nh f FSC BB Barrington 413 E. Nazarene E23 FSC 35 Baoeon EO FSC BB FII College 'I B FSC BO Bridgewater Bt. BB FSC, 'I B Western NE 41 FSC 23 LJ Ivlaee Boston 37 Suffolk 7B Coclfien Tournament 'I Btn IVIABCAC Tournament Bro NCAA Div. III IVIeet 'I Btn lI.ovv aoore vvinel is .. :Sw N - 4" ' - F B SY" A I nd- ' Q , --,, .....,. Q-110-"" . ,........."""""'........-"""'i""".......,..1--'i" .....-. ...1..........---- .-...-...,...-.,........1.- i.1V A 1.i., 1,1- .11,. ' .-.i ...---. WB5 The 'I 982 WONlEN'S SOCCER TEAM experienced their nfmost profitable record in the history of this new sport here at FSC. After defeating Brandeis they oecarne the first vvornen's soccer teanri in the school's history to vvin a soccer garne. The girls later posted victories over Babson, Curry and Clark to end up with a record of 41 and six. Award winners on this hard working tearn were Donna Delpr-ete vvho vvas the NIVP while scoring 'I O goals, Barbara Canavan as the Unsung Hero and Elaine Nlorel vvho was voted most infiproved. Other players with strong shovvings vvere Doreen Whalen, lvlaureen lVlcl:'hel, Kathy Callagan, Therese DiGiovani, and Flite lvlulligan. The outlook in the future should oe extraordinarily bright as coach Dave Laliber-ty should have the entire tearn pack for 'l 933. Thanks to these proud and dedicated girls, things are looking up for FSC! VVon'1en's Soccer. 7 ' Y T s 1'- '5-7 YAQ- - ,. , 'ue-H' f :- ff-f.:-wi if ' . ff iw: ,qw .Q A- 1 4 -I - -'4",:,t,Z',,f5j.+. 1- 5.4 if l - - - . , W 42 . , . n f ,fi K i . 'iff -' f-11-.W?'6"-.5+f"?" ' 1" W A w ,J i-as T- -IN' U, I i. ,, .,.b fit. .wa ,,h,Ki34y y:fi-S-.Q T A ?'Wfffil' ,, f- f , .-g f-.'. 1 Y V ,f x lf V I ,, A6M,"f' A, gf' " A ' f wif-. ' ' ,'9"i',f,T,.f,?i.v f , 514, . f ,i ' - ' ' . "'.".55' if QQ, f"'7f"'e2 jg..fR""' ai- f-W1-" X 'W N. 'N - , QA , 4 .-:M , 10 'fi'-si". YT ' N , . .- ,, ,Q 1 'wi ,,. 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FSC C Btonenill College FSC I3 Brendeis FSC I3 Westfield Btete FSC 13 Babson College PBC 13 Boston University FSC 'l l-loly Cross FSC C3 Cor-ry College FSC C Wellesley College FSC 'I Clerk l.lniver'sity FSC 'I Keene Btste ' ' ' nl . - , " ' . " ww. x ' - ' ' " l 'K .f. '-Hu.. . JA, Q ,, , A . ,., A M .,,. . Q iz ,-, .,.,. L 41,1 -:L-.,,,-g,il. . 1 B 'l 5 B 5 5 C 3 Eforffeitl 'l C 'IB7 . , . lgll we Q Q V ' ,,,.,..,.- '- uk in :Q -it up P, A ZW F . bf' 'IBB w wt i Q f 3 S-I C, l if The NlEN'S SOCCER TEAM at FSC ie ehovvihg gradual, but oohtihuoue improvement with each ghovvihg year. Although their' Pecos'-d vvouIdh't ihdioate it. theee youhg rheh worked hard ahd cah look ahead to a ororhieihg future. Peter Halliwell vvaa eleoted ae the Flame NIVP, While Bill Crouss vvae picked ae the Unsung Hero. Vuso Sitole vvae ohoudly harhed ae a NIASCAC All-Star ae he ehjoyed a Solid eeaeoh for' FSC. Gheg Alleh aleo had a fine year' ae he led the Flame with eix goale while Keith IXAGCIDVIGPSOD, Flolf Flhodea, Luke Vehrept, ahd lVlike NAOPQSU were all big oohtributore. Soccer' ie aooahehtly oh the r'-lee hehe at FSC. If V SZ. FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC Worcester State Hellenic Westfield State Salem State Nichols North Adams State Anna IViaria Curry Western Conn Southeastern IVILJ L..lIVlass Sdston Saive Flegina Sridgevvater State IVIass IVlaritin'1e Fitchburg State E. Nazarene 'ISS l' r4',J px. mn ,v Although the 'l S82 FSC FIELD HOCKEY tearh didh't fihish with a vvihhihg reoord, this deterrhihed, youhg souad had rhuoh to oe oroud of. Several of the losses sustaihed over the seasoh could have easily gohe the other vvay vvith a little luolc. Nlost: valuable player Tricia Lynch, who was the Flarrfs high scorer, is the line player they'll lose through graduatioh so hext year's tearh will oe full of exoeriehced, hard-workers. Jeah Zalevvski who fihished just oehihd Trioia ih soorihg will oaotaih the ororhlsihg 'I SSS squad. Other returhers vvho had fihe seasohs for the Sams were Unsung Hero Jean Lagos, alohg with Cihdy lvlarohahd, Loluse lvlessier, Tiha Gohsievvski ahd goal keeper Shelley Clurhhriihgs. Through oohtihued dedioatioh ahd devotioh the 'l SSS FZAIVI Field l-lookey tearh should oe rnore exoitihg thah ever ahd orihg oaok the vvihhihg traditioh to FSC. 'l7CJ 'ZW' 4 Fsc Fsc Fsc I Fsc 'FSC Fsc Fsc IIFSC I Fsc Fsc Fsc Fsc Fsc Fsc Fsc O O CJ O O 'I CJ 5 2 'I O O CJ 3 CJ 'l 4 3 4 'I CJ 'I Cl 2 'I 2 'l O O S Worcester State Bowdoin College Salem State College Worcester Poly Tech Fitchburg State Barrington Clark University Simmons College Southeastern IVlass University Nichols College Anna lvlaria College North Adams State Wellesley College lVllT Westfield State 48- 1'f'gi.g.,x WNV 03491 ' ..f'A+w-.33 A ,fu 53: : . ,A 532S2uw'f1'M'Ti'l I, X, 6's'24?5?'w"?"e5". I 1 7 1 5, 6 , -v v-.ww M, mf.. Both the MEN'S AND WDNlEN'S TENNIS teams endured unusual fall seasons here at FSC. Playing against non-stop fierce competition throughout the schedule, these gutsy raqueteers were always Willing to give 'l OOUXQ no matter what the score. Among the bright spots last autumn for the girls were Leigh Gardner and Martha lVlcCagg who were voted NIVP and Unsung Haro respectively. These girls were continually up against the toughest of opponents and could always leave the court after a rugged match holding their heads high. Nleanvvhile for the men, NIVP Bob NlacDonald, who was also elected IVIASCAC All-Star, had an excellent season for the Flams vvhile playing top seeds from all over the state. Joe Longtin, the team's Unsung Hero, could always be counted on to make things difficult for the oppostion. With much practice and hard working players exemplified over this season things should soon turn around in tennis here at FSC. N' X ll-dallblfll ' "Unusual nn ....,.. X . 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O Westfield State S FSS 'l Sabson S FSC 'I Suffolk S FSC 'l Clark Univ. S FSC CJ F'ine lVlanor S FSC O Srandeis S FSS 4 North Adams St. 5 FSC, 'l L.Iniv. of Lowell S FSC 4 Emmanuel S FSS 4 Fitchburg State 5 FSC 7 E. Nazarene S I , . X -,...,... QQ. 'Iv 'ff' - If ' 1 3 -A-' 1 .min , ..v. frzzzxqv- --" ff -- , rf' 'lx 1 IVIENS TENNIS FSC CJ Westfield State S FSC S Worcester State 7 FSC CJ Fitchburg State S FSC S Sridgevvater State 7 FSC 'I Fitchburg State S FSC O Salem State 7 FSC S lVlass. Ivlaritime S FSC S North Adams State S FSC 'I IVlass. Ivlaritime S FSS S Western New England S 173 adn, 'J'-"u 5 gs gy 6 J- . H fq I ' 'l L L F ,V The 'l 982 FSC WDNIEN'S VOLLEYBALL team can be labelled a team that never said die. Even though it didn't reflect in terms of wins and losses these girls were extremely dedicated. Head Coach Beth Wittcoft did a fine job with these girls, showing them that winning isn't everything or the only way to have fun. Although facing big name schools such as EU, l-loly Cross, and Clark, this team vvas always ready to give it their all and had nothing to be ashamed of. The big highlight of the season was back to back victory over lVlass lvlaritime and Fitchburg. This victories came later on in the schedule as the girls continually progressed over the season. The ever-consistant Sue Pollinger' was named the team NIVP, Janine Nlarquand was elected Unsung Hero, while Nlal-yAnn Stefanelli was voted as the Nlost: Improved. VVith most of the Fiams returning, 'l 9813 should be a successful one for FSC Volleyball. 1741 ,, , yi.. ' , 1-'E g, 5 . fif , Ii: "Aff -, , ,pf -' 0. , FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FAC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC Sm' Worcester State Babson Westfield State Brandeis Gordon Ivlerrimaok Western New England Salem State Worcester F'oIy Tech Amherst North Adams State l.JIVlass - Boston Stonehill College Simmons Begis College IVlass Nlaritime Fitchburg State Clark University Boston University l-loly Cross Flhode Island College I 2 N, N iv Q5 QW wilt .- Ra! : :V mw- ,4..,, .,.... , 175 l l After last season, ICE HOCKEY here at FSC appears to be on the upsvving once again. Although finishing with an overall record of 7 and 'l 5, this Flanw tearn lost at least half a dozen which could have and probably should have been victories. This hustling, young squad can only get better as only Co-Captains Steve Gir-ouard and Steve Dehill alond with Frank Lemieux are the only seniors who vvon't be returnees. Backboned in goal by the solid play of lVlike Burke, plus IVIVP Steve Girouard, Steve Dahill and the hard hitting .John D'l3leilly on defense gave the Earns the consistency needed to shut down the opposition. Scoring goals was no problem for FSC as the ice rnen had several offensive stars including leading scorer .lirn Donovan, Frank Piso, Joe Flanucci, Frank l.er'nieux, lvlark IVlaclDonald, Paul Fraser, and Brian Srnith, who suffered a vvrist injury early in the season. Kevin NlcCafferty, who often had the difficult task of covering the opponent's top scorer, played solid tvvo-vvay hockey throughout the season and was the l:iarn's Unsung Hero vvhile Jim Possehl was chosen Nlost Improved. With alrnost the entire squad returning, the future is bright for FSC l-loclcey. ,gf fo- l "' 'li M 'WD ' ,sl"'fv . " "i 175 aw3gm,,f,,,g,,. ,. 4-wr' SS- '- 0 , 1,4 iw, .,., I'- . vb I WW ' .MS 1. iklllqcl ,1 ! ll? if 01. if ,, S- 1 FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC AIC Plymouth St. Babson l.lniv. of Conn. WNEC Arrny Suffolk Univ. Trinity Worcester St ECTJ Nl-l Col. Fairfield Univ. Fitchburg St. ECT! Westfield St. Worcester St North Adams St Assurnotion Col St. AnseIrn's Fitchburg St. Nichols St. lVlichaeI's Stonehill SlVll..,I 177 The 'l 982-B13 FIAM HOOP TEAM had BD extremely successful seasoh as they fihishad with a fihe record of 'l 7 ahd E while wihhihg their last teh games ih a row. Although they wereh't choseh for the playoffs, these hoopsters showed strohg desire, hustle, arid poise, especially dowh the stretch. Che of the key highlights of this excelleht seasoh was when Nlark VanValkenber'g became FSC's all-time scorihg leader with over 'I 40C poihts. lVlark was hamed IVIASCAC lVlost Valuable Player ahd All-Star, ECAC Div. lll New Ehglahd All-Star as well as fihishihg Sth ih the couhtry ih NCAA Div. lll Scoring. All these feats are remarkable cohsiderihg he still has ohe year left. Cther stars for the Flams were Paul Delvecchio, whose tough ihside game ofteh opehad up the middle thus allowihg the rest of the team to score easy baskets. Paul also fihished 13rd ih the couhtry ih rebouhdirig, arid who cah forget Tohy Barry, and his sold, all-arouhd play oh both offehse ahd defehse. Cthar maih cohtributors OD this team full of depth were L.uc Verrept, Bruce Campbell ahd the smooth play of Ahgel Grulloh who was picked to the Ehd team at guard as a INAASCAC All-Star. Theh there was always Bill Nuhh, Bob Wilsoh, Phil Arsehault, Gerald Walsh, Carla Guidice, ahd lvlike l-labor to come ih off the behch ahd get the job dohe. All ih all, the season arid team will be ohe we always remember. ,- ff" r' . - ' N " " - . ' 7 -Z 4" I 'l 78 ff FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC ? 5 , J glzfgjfffw-11124250233 '15-, . 1.1-if I if i , I-H -861 H ,rv Coast Guard lVlass lvlaritime Worcester St. Westfield St. Salve Begins Fitchburg St. North Adams St. ECTJ Tufts University Salem Bt. Llrsinus Thomas Babson Nichols Worcester St. Bridgewater St. Fitchburg St. Anna Ivlaria Col. SlVll.1 Salem St. Curry College Bridgewater St. Westfield St. Suffold University Western Conn. North Adams St. 179 'w.,.,,,-5 gills Wlfrrff i P' . fu 5551 ,, A, Q' 4 H' fc i Wt d"'flMv,V, , 4? . Playing aggressive, hard-nosed ball last spring paid off for the FSC WDNlEN'S SOFTBALL team as they finished with their best record in 5 years. In the 3 years since Coach Doug Lakis has taken over at the helm, the girls have continually improved and this year was no exception as the team finished with a respectable record of 'l 'l and 9. If a few balls had bounced their way, their record could have easily been as good as 'I 5 and 5, but these girls should still be one proud bunch. One of the key ingredients to this favorable campaign was the one-tvvo punch of starting pitchers Lisa Dorsheimer and senior lvlarge Pilong. Their consistency on the mound kept the Hams in just about every game throughout the season. Bringing runs across the plate was no problem for the team as in one game alone the Fiams scored 27 runs to vvhallop E. Nazarene. Leading the hitting barrage this spring were All-Star lVlaureen lVlol3hee, .Jean Lagos, Doreen Whalen and Karen Evans, Karen also did an outstanding job behind the plate this year in only her freshman year. Sue Pollinger was also a stalwart outfielder as she made several gems in centerfield to kill potential opponent rallies. Although seniors Kathy Lydor, Sue Pollinger, and lVlarge Pilong will all be lost to graduation, next year's team will be an extremely tough one to beat and the future of FSC Softball is a promising one. .. M. 1. i me M ff qw' ,,,,-..V' W."-, GV! .auf Ruins? .,.,,, , f 1'-"'. .. , I 41. AL.....?' Z:f.1..".,',,.,.,.,'l' E. il". - -fm. FE: :E t i124-Xffszimggi--z -"' . , N.. va- iiig., -- -,--1- --,. , XM. , wif.--.,f+1.-.,f:-1' 4 + X ,::.g2,.,11 1 i gf r -,.,c,g:. hgh., ,,. .. ,.m.,M+i f3"1,..5:,::'?S.l1--2:1-"-5Z":f ':,,' .-'-:f' f '-.: f . .- 1 " '- " mvx,,,M,, ,Q -' 1 2 W if Q ww -,,., ,M " M av Nh A Ki " ,, . , :l'...na ...HJL , W FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC y . , .Q-' " ' ...-.., , 5, -.sew --rn. T' A ...L ,C ,, . 'IC S C S S S 'IS 'IE '12 E7 S S S 4 4 5 S 4 S S 4 Gordoh Srahdeis North Adams State North Adams State Salem State IVIIT Nichols Ahha lvlaria Wheatoh College E. Nazarehe Westfield State Westfield State Worcester State Worcester State LHVIASS - Sostoh Fitchburg State Fitchburg State Curry College Curry College Salerh State DEED Jr. College 'IEE Although it's not considered a varsity sport yet. without any shadow of a doubt, RUGBY FOOTBALL is definitely the new and upcoming sport on campus. Not only are the games fierce and competitive, but a wild and crazy party is almost assuredly to follow over Fran's "Bachelor l3ad"! Keep a Watch out for Rugby, as it seerns to oe a shoe-in as the new 9951 carnpus sport. Player-Coach Paul VVisse should definitely be comrnended on a job Well-done as it was he who got the sport "pall rolling." l-lip-hip hooray! 133 'lE341 .fl s., P ,gill- L ,L Hr 1' ' if u .I , gl . ,. W by V g' 'fi " .fri-amz f l L'v'1N',,-1 HAR' ""'. gulf in w, 5 MQQ. elf H 'x 'W w a I LM l l 1 rings year coach aoe SANNICANDFID, 5 'le7el FSC grad, has returned to his alr'na-rnater and? brought pack the fun and integrity to FSC BASE-I BALL once again. This year the Flanws finished withl their pest record in B years as they wound up with al 'l 3 and 'l CJ slate. lt's apparent that pride and prestige! on the diamond is here to stay, as long as Sannican-F dro sticks around. 3 Seniors lVlil4e Powers and Bill Delaney were extrernely, influential in the Ban'1's plight this spring. Powers, thee Moet: Valuable Player returned to his outstandingf capabilities and carne through with several clutchl hits. Nleanwhile, Captain Bill Delaney, the UBBl'T'l'SE Unsung Hero, not only let the oatsrnen on-base per-2 centage, but was also the leader in hustle and desire. l Left fielder Jim Carr was chosen as the Nlost Im-5 proved player on the squad with his consistency in. both hitting and fielding. 'l Other contributers whose presence was highlyl appreciated were pitcher-first oasenwan Tom Clancy, and centerfielder Bill White. Tonri was voted thef' tearn's Coaches Award as the sduad's most dedi-3 cated clutch player while also leading the tearn in bothf triples and l-lon'1eruns, as well as EBA and strikeoutsl Bill, an unselfish, hustling ballplayer led the Bands inf. hits. doubles, and runs batted in. Also helping to thel cause were pitchers Bill BeCoste and Skip Stocker. who could always be counted on for strong perfor- mances. Bhortstop Adarn Frattasio and 13rd Basernan: Kevin Fleilly were always there to rnalce the crucial, defensive plays to kill any opposition uprisings. All of: these factors and nrlany more add up - Baseball is pack at FSC! i l l l l .nf . , Q.. v ,V A . v . .. nf . - I ' 4 . , '7- "' g 1 I ,M-'. , . U... . ff , . 1 .QA ,-.,, , , -4--. 4.95 ,,, 1 -nf., 1 , ,-A5 A ' ' ' ' ,LL ' P . FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC FSC l-lussorw Suffolk Suffolk Curry No. Adams State No. Adams State Salerm State Babson Bridgewater Sridgevvater Nichols LJ Sridgeoort LJ Sridgeoort lVIass lVlaritirne Nlass lvlaritirme Westfield State Westfield State Worcester State Worcester State Fitchburg State Fitcbburg State Salve Flegiria Salerm State iii:-. "ik , fb -" , 'Nwwnm -1 ' A dl rf' I X Q KQI , -A tuna'-:V t ' - ' '-'uw-J' l."- , ' .f 4 Q . V . -1- Hlfffg. 'pq 'g 5 117- "f"'-41, , ' bd A Q 5- lS5 fY?fq,'. A, 5 1 ,W faq m . gm 'IES , 3.21 'wwf--rw, f,7M.:f,,5agid-V gig- WDMEN'S BASKETBALL The Team That Never Gluit The 'I 982-E3 Team, although few in number deserve more credit that can be imagined. At the outset of the second semes- ter FSC. decided to suspend the program as there were just too many obstacles forseen in the upcoming second half. lvlany ques- tions arose from the situation, some which still have yet to be answered. l-lowever, one question which pertains to the players' attitude. The six girls who were forced with this difficult situation showed incredible desire throughout and it should be known that they never had any intentions of quitting. Captain lVlaureen lvlcphee, Sue Pollinger, Lorraine l-liclcey, Barbara Casaubon, Tina Goniewslci and lvlaria Kelley were always willing to give 'l OCJCVU but were forced to succumb to uncontrollable circumstances. lt's really a sorrowful situation but the girls learned to face reality even though it must have been an extremely difficult task. These girls have an enormous amount of pride and should hold their heads up high. l-lead Coach Tim Zadai and assistant l-leldl Nawn were behind the girls all the way but there was just no possible way to save the school's oldest collegiate sport. l.et's just hope the situation improves next year and things can get back to normal. Give these girls credit and support they deserve, they've earned it! 187 M 1 f W..,4,5 '2- N Q 4-9""f,E 54 -fig Q f WEE! i!P4?'iE' lim' ,K LN' ..3 E ffm m. ., Vi, , ,. 55-lu, - .U WPI! 7.1..u -W., 031-gli' kv f we -PA ., N .fr N 1 .V - 3--'M' L y 1 2 .4...-.--- 4- W-- ' 'i?'t?'f ...al Il "if -' -- " ,, f 3f5.fm,,:,,- ' :ix gif, Ii:gaL46Tff .' -, '-,g',5f, K nk W ,r,W,.1?n 1 if .- Xu Wi-L4 1, :Yam f . fs 0, , ge ' N- 0121- ' ,Q H Y-3' 1 fi, . X A 'V .V-: ' -1 -2 '.,-f..,fww,' x--152. wg, .,,:z',,-s1,,." A 1 My A A ,535 Q ,Q H S ,!,, Q -' 13351 P1251 E35 ,F , , I AK, il, 5 1 4 J If 1" ' my el A , . . Q .. 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M CSE, ' ff? ,KSA 'Dr- 1 Gi-as ,U N- ' I A K Q. , i t . ,f I if ' 5 ,' ' : 1.4 , , is t ' , ., L., WJ. ,, , .K 195 Treasure Hunt T-tokens, Boston onone book pages, SIBCJCJ orioe tags, now rnsny steps ere at Government Center, are sorne of Une treasures to find in Boston. Prizes were given out on tne cruise ister tnst dey. . - N' -gf Q ew, x ,via E1 B1-. X, .1 ,, V f,.A..g, , - - f M., Q . 'mf 'f o ff? of -..- Ld- rn...--if-,.-...H Q- .,, -,M.,.,......-,.,, ---H' 4 ,...,,f-s--H A -if f A ,.4, vvv xx X f i . - Q 5 7 'Q ,,.f . .., 4 1735 'ws ri X "'1'f,-gn .ull is N- f lun -ss - in -Q -K ,. ,W . - l'u4qiq,,,,, ,,,,4----"-d- ill' X, -GO X du X A :lllllr :gn II llllllh IJ . Q -"LW Il "IlllIF gg: 1 yy ' ' I A Il lllllll Q.- 1 g I X rs Ill fjll W p "Al:A4 N M ,,:. 1 -'I W' -5 1 f -'. . 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The evening was named to have you drfeaa in black and vvnite - many did and nad a super time! r.2,,f-1' .-a, -1 1 it-t mf, P Ss'--- i ,iw fs. l E ,Q . ' X ? t ,un045 ,fin - N X 'MiTiUHdn. Q7 if ,SNM- ff.. QL Ill' "x.!V ff as N X QQ1 202 Commencement Ball Dancing 'co music by the Nlereelles was rnade possible for' ell to enjoy et the ivlerfriotst on the VVI"1er'f in Boston. A sell-out to the bell had everyone dancing the night: away. 1.- ,v-my Jie .rv-X ' p!-wg...-..-Q' r-aff' 47 Y! ,. x -1, L? EOS EDA l -. W an ...Xa Q K 1 " . -40. - ,, v Q L W Mfmiiifm V Nkfm - ' Q,-if , - - g 49- li-J' ' ' sl . ,Fi ..... ' ,Q "' .. " .- - 1 ,W , .., v .. .x 'Q :r T S ' 'Y Tw- '55""w-q-.Ti ' 4 Vx 'sf - 'Y 'I-:.. 7 gf 1, . 1 , A.-3 NIQ U. , 1 gi -w P if W 1954 , ,- ' , 'U' +1-zffi:- 4 , V P ,f,z.,,.,f ,1d4.,,:,,,1, , . if V ,, ,, 'V' ' ",f"V.-eff 'S-'?!:' V i ,,,. ,L ,,,. ...V - V, 1 Mya 4' ,Y 1, 4 1. 1. 4 ,I 4' . ,, V- V. f, '5,V ,ft -- , ,4 gf 1 ,nf V , V ,hav ' 'Q ' M - 'V v Q Q., ,, ,Q--442. ,. 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Akasten 5 Colonial Boad Auburn, NIA 01 501 Mahfam A. Alamian 71 Prescott Garden Framingham, NIA 01 701 Seyedmohammad Alamian 71 Prescott Garden Framingham, NIA 01 701 Judith A. Allen 34 Pleasant Street Wayland, NIA 01 77B Scott A. Amee 4S Peouot Boad Wayland, NIA 01 77B Marcia E. Anastasia 1 4 .Joanne 0rive Ashaland, NIA 01 721 Kerry A. Anderson 1 25 Warren Street Fitchburg, NIA 01420 Susan B. Anderson 1 S Grist Nlill Boad Littleton, NIA 01 450 Maris R. Antognetti 471 East Street 0edham, NIA 02025 Dante P. Arena 41 Weaver Street New Bedford, NIA 02740 Donna H. Arnold 1 S Bayberry Boad Peooerell, NIA 01 453 Sharon K. Arnold 557 Nlaple Street Franklin, NIA 02035 Tamra B. Arnold S0 0evon Boad Norwood, NIA 02052 Elaine C. Aubin 43 Congress Street Nlilford, NIA 01 757 Judith Aylward 4S Elm Street Hopkinton, NIA 01 745 William J. Ayotte S2 I-latherly Poad Waltham, NIA 021 54 Flussell H. Bagley 30 Bare Hill Boad Framingham, NIA 01 701 Naerin Bahri 1 500 Worcester Boad Framingham, NIA 01 701 Karen J. Baillargsn 250 Edgewater 0rive Needham, IVIA 021 S2 John Balunas 720 0Id Conn Path Framingham, NIA 01 701 Nancy J. Beretta 1 SB Bidge Street Arlington, NIA 021 74 Ann Barbetti 4 Willow Lane Wayland, NIA 01 775 Flichard C. Barek 525 Snell Street Fall Piver, NIA 02721 Hillary J. Barratt S Wachusetts 0rive Acton, NIA 01 720 Julianne Bartley 522 South Street Holyoke, IVIA 01 040 Lisa J. Bates IBS Beverly Drive Westfield, NIA 01 055 Cathleen Beaton 455 Adams Street Abington, NIA 02351 William R. Beccia 25 Hawthorne Boad Ashland, NIA 01 721 John A. Bellio 20 Hancock Street Everett, NIA 021 4S Paula J. Belliveau 1 45 Golden Boad Stoughton, NIA 02072 Margaret Benson S5 Beulah Street Whitman, NIA 02352 Debra J. Berkovich SS Bunker Hill Boad Guilford, CT 05437 John G. Bernard P0 Box 31 3 Village Station Nledway, NIA 02053 Laura J. Biagioni 50 George Street Littleton, NIA 01 450 Jo-Anne F. Black 35 Hilltop Street N. Grafton, MA 01 535 Laura L. Black 57 Elm Street Norwood, NIA 02052 Maureen C. Blackwell 35 Boxford Street N. Andover, NIA 01 S45 Marie A. Bluemmal 1 5 Edmands Boad Framingham, NIA 01 701 Richard A. Blumer 1 1 4 Normandy Boad Norwood. NIA 02052 Kurt A. Bodlsy 27 Edgewood 0rive Wayland, NIA 01 775 Sheryl A. Bolivar 55 Wilshire Park Needham, NIA 021 S2 Kathleen A. Borezo 1 3 St. .Johns Boad Worcester, NIA 01 503 , Q-f. .54 Q I - i .f . 'R -' I .. f-wr. -A ' ff - ' .' A , lf, 5 ,N .IJUEM-iw - ' 'I :- i , 2 , A l ' "" - 'Ir' s I th' lvl . f " . 2 .fu H' xjxx, -gg-:,,"x r- it--I . A A ,II .,Zf1f.2' y H ' , A .Z . .. .lv 1, ' 1 ,- ." vs'- ' I. 4' . , k ... , I .uni P!!- i" V KI I . Q "At-. . - I p -1 gl!! 1x.5, ,f , 4 W A all- i V x , , . .---9 .nv .. I-, X ,Y js! ., I, ,, ?l'i'll- .- A . , .x4fif,, ' .. V ,Aka md-P -A L-1 in 1 'CHQ-H , ,.,. Vi ' W 'Q lu. Wg: ' " 'ig fv SX: if N" I ,- fi 5 . 'M 1.7 , , , , I 'H ,- i , - -ff I Mi-1' i .V R, 1' . K R... 1 --Jw-f.-f---""' ' I Y ' is 'L' " J ,..- , f - ir, A.',,.-f""" 'IL' -,T' Y i i -ff NV",-f ,. Neff' c..---Sri , . 74, , -f ev' . , ,. 'f- ,,c-frrgivcif I ' , - f H' -g ff rr' ,,,,,f-,' i' fi' - H. Q- , ' W V ,- I l -"' li . -,,i'., 1, f L, i . , -vi gsvgiii I 4' ' I f, i I i K ' , l A K un., ' I 1 I I 4 , i 4 N .I S , I s. sx I Q A - 5 ' f " x 215 I Busan Botelho 21 Lincoln Street Nlarlboro, NIA 01 752 Kenneth J. Bousquet 33 Agnes 0rive Framingham, l'VlA 01 701 Robin S. Brackett 1 5 .Jack Kelly Road E. Sandwich, lVlA 02537 Elaine Bradstreet 75 Cedar Street Ashland, NIA 01 721 Paula J. Bramberg 23 Hillcrest Road Nlarblehead, IVIA 01 345 Cheryl A. Brazzo 73 F'earl Ave. Revere, lVlA 021 51 Sheila A. Brennan 1 3 Trafton Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Jane M. Broderick 1 0 0amon Road West l-larwich, IVIA 02371 Daverne l. Brown 3 Ashley Street Springfield, IVIA 01 1 05 Eileen Brown 1 0 Nleadow View Road Wayland, lVlA 01 773 Russell N. Brown 33 Hartwell Ave. Littleton, lVlA 01 430 Chris Bryant 1 5 Summer Street Stoneham, IVIA 021 30 Julie L. Bryant 330 0ld Conn Rath Framingham, IXAA 10701 Paul F. Bryant 23 Abbott Road Wellesley, lVlA 021 31 Fraser A. Buchanan 431 West lVlain Street Shrewsbury, MA 01 545 Jeff F. Buckley 43 lvliddle Street Lexington, IVlA 021 73 Julie A. Buckley 1 1 37 Whitman Street Hanson, NIA 02341 Liaa J. Buonfiglio 1 2 lvlt. Vernon Street Nlelrose, IVIA 021 73 Barbara E. Burke 23 Prescott Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Barbara L. Burnee 70 Elmwood Road Wellesley, NIA 021 31 Sharon L. Burns 1 0 Flagg Road Acton, lVlA 01 720 Deborah N. Buteyn Williams Street Llxbridge, lVlA 01 533 James M. Butters 4 Flonun Street Walpole, IVIA 02031 James Byrne 1 347 Ivlonitor 0riye Toms River, NJ 03753 Nancy A. Byrne 21 7 Worcester Road Framingham, NIA 01 701 Karen A. Cadero 54 William Street Walpole, l'vlA 02031 Tod C. Cafliach 35 Longwood Road Guincy, lVlA 021 33 Kimberly T. Cahill 403 Highland Street Northbridge, lVlA 01 534 Cheryl L. Cain 141 Southville Road Southboro, IVIA 01 772 Maura E. Cain 21 3 Southfield Road Concord, NIA 01 742 Rose M. Caldwell 21 7 Worcester Road Framingham, NIA 01 701 Robert J. Callery 30 lvlendon Street Hooedale, lVlA 01 747 Ellen M. Camerlengo 27 Acorn Street Scituate, IVIA 02033 Mary V. Canniffe 1 3 Elmwood Road lvlarblehead, NIA 01 345 Elaine S. Cantone 21 7 A. Worcester Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Cheryl L. Cardillo 1 0 0verlook Road Reading, IXAA 01 337 Steven B. Carl 1 400 Worcester Road Framingham, lVlA 01 701 Kurt S. Carvonale 30 Heritage Hill lVlarlboro, IVIA 01 752 Jacqheline T. Caron 3 Grey 3irch Road Ashland, MA 01 721 Kelly L. Carson 375 Hill Street Whitlhsvllle, NIA 01 533 Barbara E. Caaaubon 373 Weston Road Wellesley, lVlA 021 31 Marguerite M. Caaciano 37 3aker Street W. Roxbury, NIA 021 32 Caren A. Cetaldo 572 Pleasant Street Franklin, IVIA 02033 Colleen A. Cavanaugh 312 lVlile Hill Road 3oylston, IVIA 01505 Robert R. Cawley 32 0artmouth Ave, Needham, lVlA 021 34 Jennifer M. Cetiner 34 Ruritan Lane Sudbury, lVlA 01 773 Robert W. Chabot 23 Crescent Ave. N, Attleboro, lVlA 02730 Nancy Chapin 27 Curtis Street Auburn, lVlA 01 501 Jose Chaves 31 Alexander Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Charles C. Chenet 31 3 E. lVlain Street Nlarlboro, lVlA 01 752 Elizabeth Choate 25 Walker Ave. Ext. lvlilford, NIA 01 757 Kathleen E. Church 40 Cottage Street Hudson, l'v1A 01 743 Geraldine Ciccaralli Woody Island Road Hookinton, NIA 01 743 Victoria M. Cimoch 43 Granite Street Webster, lVlA 01 570 David A. Clark 102 Village Street lvlillis, IVIA 02054 William P. Clover 73 Seayer Terrace Circle Framingham, lVlA 01 701 217 ,- vu' Q U . .,.Q 'f"?7:?b. 1 lf ' 14. ,S Q H ,IQ-f., ' X 7,1558 .. A if , . sk f . I -. b A 'Wx NN. Y Eugenia H. Coekley 1 5 Brookfield Carole Framingham, INIIA 01701 Karen A. Coffey 35 Salem End Boad Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Terri L. Cogliano 411 Woodbury Fload Southboro, NIA 01772 Joanne J. Coletti 40 William Street W. Newton, IXAA 021 S5 Andrea L. Collette F30 Sox 235 Wrentham, IVIA 02033 Mary E. Collier SS Ivlaynard Soad Framingham, NIA 01 701 Thornae J. Collins 30 Grant Street Ext, Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Joanne M. Colliton S Kingaley Terrace Bedford, NIA 01 730 Michael J. Conceicao 1 3B Chancery Street New Bedford, IVIA 027-410 Peule M. Connere 1 S41 Loring Ave. Salem, IVIA 01 S70 Sandra J. Connors 20 Flollina Street Sroveland, NIA 01 S34 Andrea P. Console AS Sullivan Terrace Whitman, IVIA 023S2 Flichard J. Copp 47 lvlorrie Street Everett, NIA 02141S Jennlfer A. Corcoran D0 Box 3S5 Adamevllle, FII 02501 Bean P. Corey 4 Beaeo Street Franklin, IXAA 02035 Deborah J. Corkum 21 1 Nlain Street Whitineville, IVIA 01 5SS Donald J. Cox 1 S Plymouth Soad Bellingham, NIA 0201 S Mary Crevvford 70 I-lillaide Ave. Needham, IVIA 021 S2 Ln. Samuel W. Crompton Main Boad Chesterfield, NIA 01 01 2 Mark J. Crowley 35 Srovvnlea Boad Framingham, IVIA 01 701 David A. Crowthar 555 Hollis Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Richard J. Cullen S1 Lynnfield Street Peabody, NIA 01 SSO John P. Cunningham 1 52 Front Street Ashland. IVIA 01 721 Plchard A. Curran 20 Bonney Lane Norwood. NIA 02062 Aurora G. Defonte S Clafin Street Ivlilford, IVIA 01 757 Bharle A. Dale 21 Blueberry Lane S. Hamilton. NIA 01 SS2 Kathleen A. Daley 32 l-lale Street Nevvton, IVIA 021 S4 Carleen E. Daly 1 SS Aruthur Street Framingham, NIA 01 701 Michael J. Denzlllo 1 24 Sudbury Street Marlboro, NIA 01 752 Peter M. Deteo 7 Norman Drive Framingham, NIA 01 701 John Devla S Cougar Boad l-Iopkinton, IVIA 01 74S Barbara A. Decellae 1 31 Glen lVleadovv Fload Franklin, NIA 0203S Karen M. Delgnan 43 Wyola 0rive Worcester. IVIA 01 S03 Wllllam F. Delaney A7 Nlayo Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Chrlatlna Delprete S4 Clark Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Paul Delvecchlo S Hartford Street Natick. NIA 01 7S0 21S Deborah A. Demambro 1 4 Trafton Road Framingham, MA 01 701 Denise Devar 1 1 I-Iart Street Woburn, MA 01 501 Judy C. Didonato 35 Constantine Drive Tyngsboro, MA 01 57S Cheryl L. Digaetano 1 25S Liberty Street Sraintree, MA 021 S4 Christine A. Dimauro 1 55 Belvidere Street Springfield. MA 01 1 DS Sharon J. Diprofio 25 Elm Street Westboro, MA 01 551 Nilza M. Doairao S Clafin Street Milford, MA 01 757 Christine M. Doherty 73 Pakaohoag Street Auburn, MA 01 501 Jayne H. Donahue 25 Summer Street Northboro, MA 01 532 Thomas S. Doody 1 75 Summer Street Watertown, MA 02 1 72 Janet C. Dooley 20 Lester Road Raynham, MA 02755 Ann-Marie Downey 24 Neok Street N. Weymouth, MA 021 S1 Margaret Downey 53 Presidents Ave. Duincy, MA 021 5S Jeffrey C. Doyle 220 Morse Road Sudbury, MA 01 775 Karan E. Doyle 21 Chachapaoassett Road Sarrington, RI 02505 Nanciio A. Doyle 2324 Turnpike Road N. Andover, MA 01 545 Susan P. Driscoll 1 1 1 Bullard Street Walpole, MA 02051 Judith M. Duley 1 S Waters Street Millbury, MA 01 527 Cynthia A. Duggan 7S Pratt Road N. Duincy, MA 021 71 Noreen F. Dunne 2S Laurel Road Norwood, MA 02052 Carolyn Dupre 51 Lipton Street Northbridge, MA 01 534 Mary R. Durkin 553 Franklin Street Framingham. MA 01 701 Kevin H. Dyer 51 Kensington Road Norton, MA 02755 Sheila M. Eastman RD 1 50 Fisk W. Dennis, MA 02570 Mariorie M. Edwards 1 25 Grampian Way Dorchester, MA 021 25 Patricia A. Edwards 1 024A Waverly Street Framingham, MA 01 701 Diane B. Ellis 35 Wayland Circle I-lolden, MA 01 520 Cynthia A. Elms 1 57 .Jerrold Street I-lolliston. MA 01 745 Audrey C. Engelsberg 24 Rolling Green Drive Milford, MA 01 757 Lynn E. Evangeloe 1 25 Prescott Street N. Andover, MA 01 S45 John H. Evans 42 Prospect Street Peabody, MA 01 S50 Paula Fallon 1 52 Walnut Street Natick, MA 01 750 Patricia A. Farrell 22 Seech Street Saldvvinville, MA 01 435 Elaine M. Farrington 42 Sarnard Road Selmont, MA 021 75 Mark L. Felone S07 Windsor Drive Framingham, MA 01 701 Elizabeth J. Ferran 7 Forest Street Medfield, MA 02052 Marguerite L. Feuersanger 55 Dverlook Drive Framingham, MA 01 701 Joseph W. Fields 21 Woodridge Road Maynard, MA 01 754 James Figuerado, Jr. 35 Yale Ave. Swansea, MA 02777 Tammy A. Filleul 1 1 Dverlook Drive Sedford, MA 01 730 Robert S. Finalli 3S Melbourne Ave. Nevvtonville, MA 021 50 H. Fischer 3S Prescott Street Framingham, MA 01 701 I.. X. .V 'I g. gif'j .g,,g.3 5. ,ffl '35- 31... .. - Iii, f 5-., -fmw. --1.5 , .- fy.-5 LH l ' ,., ' V W ' Q, MTW "1 .I -.,,fg.1S...,' '.fn,gf.w. ' 'I 2. ' ' f --fr - ,Q-hiv '1M""4.'h -2? 1 I I X. 5,4 ' i'..,,.f. 1344 9. . f ir- . . . li f . -Y f' Q.. .5 Ii, .I , i1fI,V1'?f i's"4".-WI 1. ' K 'ag x ' " f i f 3. ' ' ff x J.. ' .. 4. 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Fitzpatrick 213 Kinsman Place Natick, MA 01 750 Robert J. Fleming S2 Tokeneke Road Holyoke, MA 01 040 Maryann Flynn 22 l-lunt Street Watertown, MA 021 72 Marianne Folan 20S Prospect Street Norwood, MA 02052 Judy E. Foley 1 S Railroad Street Acton, MA 01 720 Maureen A. Foley 120 Adrian Ave. W. Springfield, MA 01 0SS Shaper Foradi S1 S Chestnut Street Newton, MA 021 SS John G. Franco SS Wyman Street Waban, MA 021 SS Maria T. Franco SOS Pond Street Natick, MA 01 7S0 Garolynn F. Fradette 21 S Clark Street Gardner, MA 01 440 Harley Freeman S7 Blueberry I-lill Sudbury, MA 01 77S John J. Freltaa SS Richard Road Marlboro, MA 01752 Flobart E. Friedburg 1 05 Melody Lane Marlboro. MA 01 752 Eileen M. Gallagher S5 Larson Road Stoughton, MA 02072 Pamela A. Gallagher 75 Houston Ave. Milton, MA 021 SS Natalie A. Gallant 74S Rathburn Street Slackstone, MA 01 504 Barah F. Gallant 1 SS Cochituate Road Wayland. MA 01 77S Anne T. Gallo 7 Sheridan Street Natick, MA 01 7S0 Deborah A. Gardiner 21 2 Whitvvell Street C-luincy, MA 021 SS Lauren J. Gardener 20 Skahan Road Selmont, MA 021 7S Katherine M. Gargeno SSS 0akIand Parkway Franklin, MA 020SS Tracy D. Garrett Weston Road RFO 1 Lincoln, MA 01 7723 Donna Garron S Laurelton 0rive Ashland, MA 01 721 Sally A. Garry 24 Stubtoe Lane Sudbury, MA 01 77S Karen Getchell 30S l-lenderson Road Williamstown, MA 01 2S7 Lisa Giannoccari 24 Albion Ave. Stoneham, MA 021 S0 Kenneth M. Gif-fela 5 Kirby 0rive Canton, MA 02021 Kathleen B. Gildea 432 Sroadvvay Street Lynn, MA 01 S04 leabel C. Ginar S2 0ld Lancaster Road Sudbury, MA 01 77S Bonnie Ginger 1 7 Potter Road Framingham, MA 01 701 M ry-Ellen Gingrae S5 0evonshire Road Attleboro, MA 02703 Lisa A. Girard 1 S4 Chester Street Worcester, MA 01 S05 Stephan Girouard 77 Prescott Street Reading, MA 01 SS7 Marcia E. Glatfalter SSS North Road Sedford, MA 01 7130 Lauren E. Gobar 1 5 Santry Road Southboro. MA 01 772 Robin G. Goodatadt 51 Agnes Drive Framingham, MA 01 701 Amy V. Goodwin 7 Pine Grove Road Medfield, MA 02052 Paul B. Goodwin 45 White Ave. Worcester. MA 01 S05 Dean J. Gorman SSS Canter Street Sellingham, MA 0201 S Maureen A. Goulet 4S4 Edgell Road Framingham. MA 01 701 Joseph D. Grady 5B7 Llnlon Ave. Frarninghand, NIA 01701 Sharon A. Grady 2B Grant Street IVlllford. IVIA 01757 Eric P. Grainger 72 Laurel Drive Needham, NIA 021 B2 Christine S. Gralton 332 0ld lVlarll:Joro Road Concord, IVIA 01 742 Peter Greer B1 Rellana Road Norwood, IVIA 020B2 Jeffrey D. Griffin 1 7B Garden Street Fall River, IVIA 02720 Patricia M. Griffin 1 3 Derby Road Watertown, NIA 02171 Suzanne C. Griffin 1 52 Tappan Street Brookline, NIA 02145 Suean M. Guild 70 Shady Lane Ave. Northooro, NIA 01 532 Jeeeica Marie Haddad 30 Crownlngshleld Road Worcester, IVIA 01 B04 Sherrie A. Hakar 29 Autumn Lane Waltham, NIA 021 54 Ellen F. Hallahen 1 1 Celia Road VV. Roxbury, IVIA 021 32 Nadine A. Hallal 3 Wildwood Drive lvledfleld, IVIA 02052 Kata N. Hamilton 1 4 Fern Way Bedford, NIA 01 730 Debora L. Hamilton 55 Dudley Street Rresdue Isle, IVIE 04759 Susan I. Hamm lvlellen Street I-Iolliston, IVIA 01 745 Clare A. Hanagan 1 B 0akIand Street Brighton, IVIA 021 35 Catherine A. Hanley 2 Bruce Street Burlington, IVIA 01 B03 Patricia Heneen 10 Tracylyn Road I-Iolluston, IVIA 01 745 Sandra L. Hanaen 2 Cresthaven Drive Burlington, IVIA 01 B03 Mary E. Haren 41 Davidson Road Worcester, IVIA 01 505 Laura M. Harvey 1 2 Walnut Street Reading, IVIA 01 BB7 Lynne Hayward 1 03 Reservoir Road lvlilford, IVIA 01 757 Laurie L. Heffernon 5B Lawrence Street Frarnlngharn, IVIA 01 701 Kathleen E. Heinecke 53 Highland Ave. Sudbury, IVIA 01 775 Caroline J. Hennigar 5 Canterbury Road Nlarblehead, IVIA 01 B45 Deborah A. Henry 9 Railroad Ave. Norwood, IVIA 020B2 -may .X SLE: . - ,.,. - ., f -,. ,f ,, , :w ' V wc.. .Q ,Z -vw g'G.,.l. - . nf' . wh 5.1, Q 4 .Y U. lx. ii x Michele A. Harmle 30 Lakehill Ave. Arlington, MA 021 74 Douglas W. Heywood 54 VV. Main Street Westborc, MA 01 551 Margaret H. Hill 5 5oyce Street Fleading, MA 01 557 Mary E. Hinckley 274 Pleasant Street Winthrop, MA 021 54 Elissa M. Hix 3 Tillrock Lane Milford, MA 01 757 Pamela J. Hopkinson 3 Y Street Milford, MA 01 757 Anne C. Horan 77 Cottage Street Whitinsville, MA 01 555 Jane C. Houhoulis 35 Malley Ave. Avon, MA 02322 Donna J. Howard 1 53 Newbury Street Framingham, MA 01 701 Flobarl: A. Hudson 33 Curley 0rive l-ludson, MA 01 745 Catharina R. Huegel 73S Waverly Street Framingham, MA 01 701 Mark B. Humphrey 555 Concord Fload Sudbury, MA 01 775 Susan J. Hunter 52 Washington Street l-ludson. MA 01 745 Deborah L. Hussey 31 5 St. Paul Street 5rookline, MA 021 45 Andrea M. lacono 255 Marivista Ave. Waltham, MA 021 54 Robert P. Iannatti 75 Lafayette Street Waltham, MA 021 54 Karen A. Ianuzzi Floyal Crest 0rive Marlboro, MA 01 752 Carolyn L. Ida 205 State Street Brevvster, MA 02531 Flosellyn Ippoliti 47 Worsted Street Franklin, MA 02035 Elsa Jabloneki 33 Wilder Lane Fitchburg, MA 01 420 l l HW . 0. Claudia M. Jechowicz 45 Freeman Street Framingham, MA 01 701 Lorraine M. Jackson 55 Stockdale Fload Needham, MA 021 52 Joy E. Jalbert 455 lrlarnilton 5treeL 5-outhbrldge, MA 01 550 Linda A. Jason 2 Chandler 5treet Lexington, MA 021 73 Beverly J. Jaseet 55 Edgell 0rive Framingham, MA 01 701 Christine M. Johnson 57 5rookline Street Peooerell, MA 01453 Kenneth M. Johnson 4 Floberts Road Ashland, MA 01 721 Louise A. Johnson 1 4 Magnoloa Ave. Fairhaven, MA 02715 Audrey E. Jones 21 5ent 5rook Fload Sudbury, MA 01 775 Brian S. Jones 24 Cumberland Fload Leominster, MA 01 453 Lori A. Jones 55 Causeway Fload Reading, MA 01 554 Ruth M. Joy 1 1 Heynolds Ave. Qandoloh, MA 02355 Joanne C. Kalin 75 l-lemenvvay Qoad Framingham, MA 01701 Gail F. Kaminaky 55 Slease Drive Tevvksbury, MA 01575 Bernard C. Kane 51 Shore Ffload Ashland, MA 01 72 1 Joanna M. Kapteyn 1 5 Latisquarna Fload Southboro, MA 01772 222 -'ff'-ffl 7 fa-' ,rm fc r v I I, l , f 4 4-it iffmmfwvmsn M.'u,,.,.zg..,,4 Lise J. Kar-ling S29 Washington Street Whitman, NIA 02352 Sher-yn J. Kasper 21 S Nlaple Ave. Shrewsbury, IVIA 01 5-415 Thomas R. Keating Webb Depot Road lvlarlborough, Nl-l 0234155 Keren A. Keith 1 22 Candia Street E. Weymouth, IVIA 021 SS Anne M. Kelley 1 S Samoset Road Woburn, IXAA 01 S01 Peule E. Kelley 50 l-larrington Road Framlngham, NIA 01 701 Gerard M. Kelly S Luplne Road Natick, IVIA 01 760 Kevin P. Kelly 1 72 Rine Street Auburndale, IVIA 021 SS Kristine S. Keleey 24 Linnawan Street Cambridge, IVIA 021 35 Kathleen E. Kennedy SS Valley View Road Leomlnlster, NIA 01 4513 Julie N. Kenney S7 Florian Street Jamaica Rlaln, NIA 021 C30 Alison J. Kiely 251 Rarkview Ave. Lowell, IVIA 01 S52 Jemee Kilgellon 1 S Rosecliff Street Rosllndale, NIA 021 E31 Shelly A. Killipe 413 Montgomery Street Westfield, IVIA 01 055 Kerry A. Kilroy 1 2 Wildwood Terrace Framingham, IVlA 01 701 Linde A. Kinbeck E3 Glddings Ave. Beverly, NIA 01 S1 5 gi ov- 2213 .xl-5 i..- 1 aa , , , .... . , L... - -' . . .-. 6 ,, H , .WH R iq, 'N . ,L ' V " 'A f ,L.,,. M..- ,. 224 M all Joyce E. Kinatedt 32 Dunster Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Ellen M. Kirsch S Susanna Court l-lyde Rarlc, lVlA 021 3S Monica M. Klim 1 3 Adams Street Stoughton, IVIA 02072 Elizabeth F. Knight 73 Apple Dor Road Framingham, lVlA 01 701 Jaan E. Korona 131 A, lVlellen Street Framingham, NIA 01 701 Carol T. Kotfila 42 Valley l-leights Holyoke, IVIA 01 040 Keren E. Kotoski 33 Knovver Road Westminster, lVlA 01 473 Dianna Kourafaa 71 Columbine Road lVlilton, IVIA 021 37 Lori A. Krafft 73 l-leritage Lane Duxbury, lVlA 02332 John A. Lacroix 303 3righam Street lvlarlboro, IVIA 01 752 Amy M. Laioia S2 Gibson Road 0rleans, NIA 02353 Joyce A. Langley 23 Rolling Green Drive lvlilford, IVIA 01 757 Mary E. Langrill 244 Gardner Street l-lingham, lVlA 02043 Jane M. Larkin lvlain Street Chester, IVIA 01 01 1 David W. Laehman 51 5 Washington Street Dedham, NIA 02023 Paul J. Leacu 1 04 W. Llnion Street Ashland, lV1A 01 721 Liee J. Leaf 0strum Road E. Falmouth, NIA 02533 Mary E. Leahy 30 Boylston Street Nlalden, NIA 021 43 Evelyn M. Leary 73 Suckboard Fload Duxbury, lVlA 02332 Paul K. Leblanc 1 1 Grant Ave. Waltham. NIA 021 54 John Leburn S lvlendon Street W. Lipton, IVIA 01 537 Frank Lemieux 1 3 Arnold Street Holbrook, lv1A 02343 Cindy E. Lemmelin 47 Glover Street Southbrldge, l'vlA 01 550 Corrine M. Lemoina 21 Scenic Drive Leominster, lVlA 01 453 Mark C. Leonard 33 Pleasant Street Everett, IVIA 02 1 43 Susan M. Leonard 24 Emerson Street Reabody, IVIA 01 SSD Melanie A. Lepore 'l 75 l-lelena Street Leominster, IVIA 01 453 Patricia C. Leveaqua 1 47 Karen Circle l-lolliston. lVlA 01 74S Joann Levitra 233 Slackstone Street Blackstone, IVIA 01 504 Maureen E. Lewis 1 33 Washinton Street N. Easton, IXAA 02355 Bath A. Liban 7 Laverdure Circle Framingham, IVlA 01 701 Victor J. Libaratora 41 Russell Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Marion C. Linda S Srookvale Road Framingham, lVlA 01 701 Ilene P. Liner 22 Louise Farley Road Framingham, lv'lA 01 701 Frank J. Live 27 Whipple Road Lexington, IVIA 021 73 Karen J. Livremento 1 4 Rine Drive l-larvvich, IVIA 02345 Dorothy A. Lombardo 41 -3 Seaver F'ark Road Framingham, NIA 01701 Daniaa B. Long 1 04 l-lovve Ave. Shrewsbury, IVIA 01 545 Kathleen M. Lydon S31 Nahatan Street Norwood, NIA 02032 Edward F. Lynch S Foley Drive Framingham, NIA 01 701 John H. Lynch 553 l-lollis Street Framingham, NIA 01 701 Patricia Lynch S Crown Road Westford, lv1A 01 335 41,9 , 2 Mx W., or k , ,ii 'Q arf" f 115 . if aw iw. .W-N 4 ,. 4 " , 1' Q4 ihw ,,1,i,,,9 ' 85' ,y - , . X Q v M 1 - 'i ,,,,, A he f ' ' ' .2150 " 'fm' A ' 'iff' ' ififififi A , w ,B 1 Sv " ,yu 2 g,sfe,19 1- i - F 7 MM Q- fa A: , a , ,. .1 i .1 f 'H tw : ...A.. -V ' if ' EL- " '31 ' '- 1:13.21 , A , 4 rf . 13 f - 'ff' '-" . Q i We ' , ' 1. -.1 , 2. Jane Lyons 5 Trinity Court Wellesley, MA 021 B1 Mary H. Maccaferri 1 7 Clyfton Street Plyrnoutn, MA 02550 Susan M. Macdonald B Winter Street Acton. MA 01 720 Nancy L. Macleod 255 Ettrick Street Brockton, MA 02401 Robert D. Madzar 24 Grove Street Natick, MA 01 7S0 Claire F. Magliozzi S Bangeley Boad VV, Newton, MA 021 55 Kimberly I. Maher 70 Bank Street N, Attleboro, MA 02750 Mary E. Mahoney 70 Grant Street Needham, MA 021 S2 Barbara J. Melacaria 1 0 Tremont Street Norwood, MA 02052 John J. Malloy B5 A Beaver Park Boad Frarningnarn, MA 01 701 Kevin D. Maloney I3 Howe Street Ashland, MA 01 721 Kathryn A. Manekes 1 5 Wagontrail Boad Cnelrnsford, MA 01 B24 Joanne M. Manning I34 Victory Boad Dorchester, MA 021 22 Joseph B. Manzello 57 Tranan Ave. Worcester, MA 01 S04 Karen P. Marble 1 51 Bidge Street Arlington, MA 021 74 David C. Mariani 4 Elaine Ave. Maynard. MA 01 754 Diane F. Marini 25 Parmenter Boad Hudson, MA 01 74S Carol G. Merrochello 2B Moulton Boad Arlington. MA 021 74 Lynn E. Martin 1 250 Booeson Street Fall Biver, MA 02720 Susan E. Martin 5 Marlboro Boad Lexington, MA 021 713 Flock Meetrangelo S Cortland Lane Lynnfielcl, MA 01 S40 Jane F. Matheson SSS Main Street l-lingnarn, MA 02043 Patricia A. Matson 1 S3 Fairmont Ave. Worcester. MA 01 S04 Kathleen B. Maxwell 4A Ternple Street Frarningnarn. MA 01 701 Rosemary Maynee C35 Winter Street Waltham, MA 021 54 Elaine M. Mazgelis 1 1 5 Melrose Street Brockton, MA 02402 Alice M. Mcavoy 55 l-lallron Street Hyde Park, MA 021 SS 225 .'-I 2 M I --dv . ""--"fa --, YQ . C ' .rn 5151 J 6 4 . iirffi.. LE ' ,..,'g. g3".4.'-'tiii Kathryn M. Mccafferty 1 5 Locuet Street Surlington, NIA 01 S01 Elizabeth K. Mccarthy 22 Stonebridge Road Wayland, IVIA 01 77S Neal R. Mccormack 5S Cedar Street Norwood, IVIA 0202S Barbara A. Mcdonald 1 7 Woodleigh Road Watertown, IVIA 02 1 72 Joseph C. Mcdonald 1 7 Woodleigh Road Watertown, IVIA 021 72 Paula J., Mcgarvey 2131 Seaver Street Stoughton, IVIA 02072 William E. Mcgrath S31 S King Street Littleton, IVIA 01 4S0 Leslie A. Mcguire S0 Ar-borway 0rive Braintree, IVIA 021 S4 Joanne Mchugo 1 S Everit Ave. Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Marybeth Mckenzie 1313 Grafton Ave. Ivlilton, IVIA 021 SS Nina N. Mckenzie-Blomberg 43 Williams Road Ashland. IVIA 01 721 Michael W. Mclaughlin 2SS Arborvvay .Jamaica Rlain, NIA 021 C-30 Kathleen A. Mclellan 5S Carl Street Newton, IVIA 021 S1 Steven E. Mcmahon 1 2 Wayte Road Sedford, IVIA 01 7130 Stacey E. Mcmanus S1 Grove Street I-ludeon, NIA 0174S John S. Mcnamara I3 Pearl Street Salem, IVIA 01 S70 Catherine B. Mcpherson C35 Salem End Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Thomas J. Mello 4SS Soulton Street Framingham, IVIA 02740 William J. Mercure 1 Perry Street Auburn, IVIA 01 501 Linde A. Merloni 2S7 IVIyrtle Street Ashland, IVIA 01 721 Dore A. M ssana 45 Rincuehion Road Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Lorean M. Meyer S Village Way Natick, IVIA 01 7S0 Patricia A. Michaela 1 S1 State Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Fl. Glenn Michell 1 5S Florence Road Waltham, IVIA 021 54 Robert P. Mielde 51 0epot Street S. Easton, IVIA 02375 Chester J. Millett, III 27 Gifford Street Brockton. IVIA 02401 Moira C. Mille 50 Sarrett Street Needham, IVIA 021 S2 Joann Monterotti S Glenwood Road Franklin, IVIA 020SS Lisa A. Monterotti S1 Oak Street Uxbridge, NIA 01 5SS Merc S. Montgomery 1 Westwood Road Natick, IVIA 017S0 lv , ' . POLICE Linda Moody 57 Brush I-lill Boad Sherborn. NIA 01 770 David P. Mooney 429 Beverly Boad Franklin, NIA 02035 Jane Moore 1 07 Carroll Ave. Brockton, NIA 02401 Kathleen E. Moran 20 W. Pine Street Milford, IVIA 01 757 Donna M. Morin 5B George Street Nlendon, IVIA 01 755 Malinea L. Morse P0 Box 75B Wareham, NIA 02571 Mouala Mouachaupao 22 l-lyde Street Newton I-lighlands, IVIA 021 51 Joanne Moy 1 35 East lvlain Street Westboro, NIA 01 5B1 Virginia C. Mulcahy 54 Bay State Boad Nlelrose, NIA 021 75 Dianne E. Mulvaney 3 Davids Island Fload N. Weymouth, 021 S1 Karen J. Munro B7 Winthrop Street Medway. NIA 02053 Brenda Murphy 1 0 Fair Daks Park Needham, IVIA 021 B2 Ann E. Murray 1 0 Fairview Ave. Arlington, IVIA 021 74 Jamie E. Murray W. Ivlain Street W. lvlillbury. IVIA 01 555 Judith A. Murray 33 Summer Street Westboro. IVIA 01 5B1 Gina Musacchio 1 2 Fern Way Bedford, IVIA 01 730 Elaine Fl. Myers P0 Box 232 Sherborn, IVIA 01 770 Lauren B. Myere 530 Pleasant Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Robert J. Nagle 33 lvlarginal Street Green I-larbor, IVIA 02041 Diana G. Nahigian 1 05 Gay Street Needham, IVIA 021 B2 Maria Naughton 20 Tahanto Boad Worcester, NIA 01 502 Jane M. Neary 45 Fairfield Street Needham, IVIA 021 B2 Norma A. Neiman 72 Audrey Ave. Needham, IVIA 021 B2 Laurie V. Newcomb 1 335 Skyline Drive Winona, IVII 01 025 Cindyrose Nevvfall B Circle Drive Waltham, IVIA 021 54 Diane Fl. Nicolo B0 Dregon Boad Ashland, IVIA 01 721 Theodore J. Nigro 70B Highland screen Northbridge, IVIA 01 534 Christine A. Nilan 34 Primrose Street Boslindale, IVIA 021 31 William C. Niland 4 Cosma Fload N. Easton, IVIA 02355 Scott S. Nolan 35 Forest Street Wellesley, IVIA 02 1 B 1 Michele L. Norton 253 W. Wyoming Ave. lvlelrose, IVIA 021 75 Lori A. Nowak B0 Cambridge Street Chicopee, IXAA 01 020 Holly C. Dbrien 43 Luby Ave. Milford, IVIA 01 757 Patricia A. Obrien 47B High Street Dedham, NIA 02025 Maureen E. D'ConnaIl 3B5 Cedar Street Ashland, NIA 01 721 Susanne M. CJ'Hara 4B Fiedirn Drive E. Longmeadow, IVIA 01 025 Kathleen O'Leary 'I 4 1 North Street Nlattacoisett, IVIA 02739 Cynthia L. Oliver 1 B Capt. Browns Lane Acton, IVIA 01 720 Linda M. D'NaiIl 1 07 Fark Street I-ludson, NIA 01 74B Maureen D'NeiIl 'I BS Arthur Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Eileen A. D'SulIivan 55 Bromfield Street Wollaston, IVIA 021 70 Margaret Fl. Dttaviani 255 Fountain Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Patricia A. Ouellette 1005 Nlain Street Nlillis, IXAA 02054 Judith A. Cluimet 1 S5 North Street lvlattapoisett, IXAA 02732 227 A' we . . mgksz.. Roseann Pace 52 Chapman Street Medford, MA C2155 Kathleen M. Page 1 23A Norfolk Street Canton, MA C2C21 Angela T. Paison 566 Winthrop Street Medford, MA C2155 Alayns F. Palmer 1 5 Hickory l-lill Lane Framingham, MA C1 7C1 Pamela Palmer f3C7 Country Way Franklin, MA C2CS6 Chantal M. Park 1 1 C Concord Road Weston, MA C2166 David N. Parks Mount Vernon Street Worcester, MA C1 6C5 Liea Sl Pero 1 26 Chester Street Worcester, MA C1 6C6 Mark P. Parsons 54 Church Street S. Easton, MA C2676 Richard J. Parsons SC Strawberry l-lill Road Natick, MA C1 76C Eustacs D. Payne, Jr. PC Sox 226 Corchester, MA C21 25 Joan F. Peck 6 Richardson Road l-ludson, MA C1 746 Jane E. Pellegri .Jordan Road Franklin, MA C2666 Diane L. Perini 66C Central Street Framingham, MA C1 7C1 Patricia A. Perrcne 66 Alvarado Ave. Worcester, MA C1 6C4 Richard J. Perry 64 Winter Street Marlboro, MA C1752 Lawrence G. Peruzzi S2 Federal Ave. Gulncy, MA C21 66 John J. Peters 256 Wood Street Woodville, MA C1 764 Lynn E. Peters 256 Grove Street 6elmont, MA C21 76 Warner H. Pierce 16 Lincoln Street Natick, MA C1 76C Marjorie E. Pilong 4 Scarborough Circle Sandwich, MA C2566 Kimberly A. Pinkus 22 Hillside Terrace l-lingham, MA C2C46 Virginia L. Pisani 1 Rond Place Franklin, MA C2Cf36 Wendy S. Pitman 1 C Lynne Road Sudbury, MA C1 776 Steven M. Plaau 21 C3 Village Street Medway, MA C2C53 Richard P. Poirot 1 6 l-lathaway Street Adams, MA C1 22C Susan Pollinger 76 Chase Ave. Lowell, MA C1 654 Cynthia A. Porcello 426 Chestnut Street Ashland, MA C1 721 Norman N. Porges 1 7 Eldovv Crave Franklin, MA C2C66 Patricia H. Poulin Shepard Road Sturbridge, MA C1 566 Carolyn M. Powell 156 Madison Street Cedham, MA C2C26 John D. Powers 61 C Central Street Framingham, MA C1 7C1 Mary Powers 22 Nathaniel Way Marshfield, MA C2C5C Michael A. Powers I3 Robinson Street Corchester, MA C21 22 Curtis A. Pratt 6 Cakhurst Circle Needham, MA C21 92 Anne K. Provost 26 Vernon Road Natick, MA C1 76C George A. Puliafico IBC Elda Road Framingham, MA C1 7C1 Peter Putnam 561 Worcester Road Framingham, MA C1 7C1 Todd Guerlae 22 Rose Street Falmouth, MA C256C Busan A. Quimby 65C Summer Street Framingham, MA C1 7C1 226 Q--Q? 1' we Y If J 5' Maureen A. Quinn 523 Sumner Street Auburn, IVIA 01 501 Laurie J. Guinzio S l-larding Road Wakfield, IVIA 01 SSO Wayne R. Radcliffe 1 24 Rune Street Holbrook, IVIA 02343 Ann Ramsey 5S5 Lisa Lane Franklin, NIA 02035 Carol Reagan 20 Sewell Street Framingham, IVIA 01 701 Nancy M. Reardon S Jim-y Street Franklin, lVlA 020SS Ruth C. Regan 75 Great Road lvlaynard, IVIA 01 7541 William A. 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