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Show Hide text for 1963 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 172 of the 1963 volume: “ t ' ' " ■5 ' irft. fiEW ' I m »«• •BBff IB ' ti. T " •i ' - ' iM- ' nan 11 w STATE COLLEGE AT LOWELL COMMENCEMENT THE NINTH OF JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THREE At 3:00 P.M. SCL THE COLLEGE SEAL The college seal derives from two medieval traditions — the chancellery seal and the family crest. By granting the chancellery seal, the papacy or crown endowed the university (originally no more than a loose confederation of scholars) with corporate existence and thereby established institutional educa- tion. This seal was no mere decorative design, however, and without it the university could neither teach nor grant degrees. The family crest was primarily symbolic and served merely to identify the members of the great medieval families either in battle or at affairs of state. Thus the shield, originally an instrument of warfare, was emblazoned with designs indicating something of the family ' s accomplishments on the battle-field. Eventually, however, both shield and designs lost their special warlike associations and together became the vehicles for systematically indicating the more generalized notions of family origins and virtues. The college, which originally was a residence for some of the university students brought together by common academic interests, was often endowed by one of the families, and as a testament of its gratitude, it frequently adopted the patron ' s family crest. The American college, which combines the functions of the English uni- versity and college, has brought together the symbolic system of the crest and the meaning of the chancellery seal. Thus the college seal reflects the purpose of the institution, the particular academic pursuits to which it is committed, and the authority from which it derives. The design over the shield, like the motto which supports it, reinforces the notions systematically developed on the shield itself. The new college seal, designed by Anneliese Cotton, ' 62, and recently adopted by the Student Government Association, reflects the commitments and aims of the State College at Lowell. Over the shield is the blazing torch, the symbol of truth, and the name of the college. Supporting the shield is the motto " Vitai Lampada Tradunt " ( " They pass on the torch of life " ), a phrase taken from the De Rerum Natura of Lucretius. In the center of a rightward bar, is the seal of the Commonwealth from which the authority of the college to grant degrees derives. In the right and left sectors of the tripartite shield are a book and a lyre, symbolizing both the chief interests of the college and the Platonic means through which learning is achieved. The book symbolizes the disciplines of education and the arts, the dialectical pursuit of truth, and the means of preserving knowledge, and the lyre symbolizes the discipline of music and the harmony of all knowledge in ideal truth. Thus, the book and the lyre together indicate the means by which truth is served and pursued. The color of the shield is blue and gold, the colors of the Commonwealth, which symbolize loyalty and devotion — loyalty to ideal truth, and devotion to the means by which it is pursued. The central sector is a band of gold in which is placed the blue shield of the Commonwealth. The right and left sectors are blue and contain the golden book and lyre. SCL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ACADEMIC PROCESSION THE CHIEF MARSHAL MARSHALS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS The Officers of the Class of 1963 The Candidates for Degrees in Elementary Education The Candidates for Degrees in Music Education The Candidates for Degrees in Secondary Education MARSHALS OF THE FACULTY The Faculty of Education The Faculty of Music The Faculty of Arts and Sciences The Guests of the Faculty The President of the College SCL SALUTE TO THE FLAG THE NATIONAL ANTHEM John Salerno, Class of 1963 Conductor C. Robert Spiewak, ' 66, Organist PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT Robert D. Merrifield President, Class of 1963 ANTHEM O Come, Let Us Sing— Kirk The Concert Choir Edward F. Gilday, D.Mus.A. Conductor PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES Daniel H. O ' Leary, Ph.D. President CONFERRING OF DEGREES Joseph Salerno Massachusetts Board of Education PRESENTATION OF HONORS Daniel H. O ' Leary, Ph.D. President ANTHEM It Is Good to Be Merry— Berger The Concert Choir Edward F. Gilday, D.Mus.A. Conductor COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Clement C. Maxwell, Ph.D. President Emeritus State College at Bridgewater RECESSIONAL CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major: Elementary Education SUMMA CUM LAUDE Gail Elaine Craig MAGNA CUM LAUDE Linda Theisz CUM LAUDE Barbara Marie Faris Irene Fournier Ronald Robert Godfrey Beverley Fox McCarthy Richard Joseph Abraham Irene Fournier James Ernest Anastos Anne Marie Garvey Warren Philip Austin, Jr. Constance Elizabeth Gauthier Frances Estelle Bauch Patricia Anne Gawlinski Jane Anne Beaven Cynthia Ann Glinskt Mary Elizabeth Buchinskas Ronald Robert Godfrey Kathleen Joan Calnan Claire Hilda Grant Clayton Caracotsios Maureen Beatrice Guerin Rose Marie Carro Mary Frances Hajjar Maureen Roselee Cavarra Kathleen Hammond Marie Ann Ciaraldi Mary Elizabeth Harrington Wilma Coffin Cobb Maureen Frances Hayes Mary Eileen Conrad Margaret Mary Hennessey Diane Costopoulos Margaret Hewett Gail Elaine Craig Catherine Margaret Inglis Kathryn Ann Crane Michaelina Judge Carol Ann Crowe Edward Raymond Kelley Doris Claire Dancause Mary Ann Kennedy Frances Patricia Devlin Pauline Jane King Carol Ann DiPalma Eileen Judith Leary Ellen Marie Duffy Elaine Theresa Lemire Gertrude Henderson Duffy Katherine Jean Manousos Linda Pepe Dwyer Barbara Jean Manseau Clare Emily Edgerly Marjorie Lois Marshall Barbara Marie Faris Carolyn Frances Mason Sandra Ann Ferreka Beverley Fox McCarthy Mary Gail Fitzgerald — C f T - Joan Marie McCarthy — -■■■■- jtL Virginia Marie McCarthy Patricia Ann McGowan Nancy Ann McHale Katherine Anne McKillop Anne Frances Molloy Geneva Mary Molloy Margaret Ann Moynihan Margaret Ann Mulcahy Theresa Ann Muldoon Marylin Andrea Murphy Lois Louisa Nichols Margaret Anderson Nicoll Basille Nicolopoulos Judith Ann O ' Brien Judith Ann O ' Connor Ellen Papulis Dorothy Helen Patronski Beverly Jane Place Judith Ann Poole Ann Mary Regan Edward James Roberts Beverly Ann Rogers Rosaline Theresa Saab Margaret Mary Sanderson Janice Christine Schena Marjorie Ruth Seminatore Maureen Ann Shanahan Marilyn Jean Sheehy Beverly Jean Smith Carole Janet Stasiowski Diane Marie Sullivan Linda Theisz Judith Ann Wilhelmy Charlotte Stanley Wilson BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major: Music Education CUM LAUDE John Vito Salerno Cosette Jeanne Beaudin Ruth Margaret Black Carol Ruth Bean Cosette Jeanne Beaudin Ruth Margaret Black Charles Joseph Campione Malcolm Warner Chrupcala Jocelyne Julienne Cyr Karl Emerson Dunakin, Jr. Linda Chalfin Fleishman Etta Freedman Jacqueline Elaine Frost Shirley Ann Haven Genevieve Veronica Lampariello Barbara Carolyn Moore Carol Osterberg John Vito Salerno Robert Wayne Souza David Gordon Taggart Harry William Tong Thomas Michael Toohey Ellen Marie Walsh BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major: Secondary Education CUM LAUDE Georgette Marie-Louise Fournier Robert Douglas Merrifield William Frances Coughlin, Jr. Mary Judith Coulter Carole Ruth Fadden Georgette Marie-Louise Fournier Helen Lee Frazier Cynthia Marie Harris Janet Irene Henderson Robert Douglas Merrifield Margaret Imelda Sullivan Mary Tzikopoulos AS CHAIRMAN OF THE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT T PRESENT 88 CABDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION WITH A MAJOR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. THESE CANDIDATES HAVE FUL LFILLED THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE AS SET BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Gracious Father-accept we beseech Thee, our grateful prayers for the manifold blessings Thou Hast poured out upon us. Especially grateful are we Thy humble servants, that Thia hast blessed the ef- forts of those who have labored to establish this beautiful building, a more perfect instrument for the fulfillment of the tasks Thou hast committed to our care .Make us more worthy and effective in the loving labor of preparing the youth committed to our care for the service that is so sacred Sin Thy sight. Let us be ever aware of the truth, that our labors are fruitful only as Thou dost bless themEemind us Oh Lord, that in dedicating this building, we too are being re-dedicated to the service for which Thou hast ordained this building. May the sacredness of this moment, serve to crown the years of study that these Thy Young People culminate on this eventful day .May the beauty of serv icein Thy Kingdom be enhanced by the experience of this day. Grant unto them as they go forth to labor with youth og our Commonwealth The fullest of Thy Blessing. Let them sense the prescence of Thy Spirit so that they may know, they labor not for time but Gracious Father-accept we beseech Thee, our grateful prayers for the manifold " blessings Thou Hast poured out upon us. Especially grateful are we Thy humble servants, that Thi=« hast " blessed the ef- forts of those -who hare labored to establish this beautiful building, a. more perfect instrument for the fulfillment of the tasks Thou hast committed to our care .Make us more worthy and effective in the loving labor of preparing the youth committed to our care for the service that is so sscred $n Thy sight. Let us be ever aware of the truth, that our labors are fruitful only as Thou dost bless themSemind us Oh Lord, that in dedicating this building, we too are being re-dedicated to the service for which Thou hast ordained this building. May the sacredness of this moment, serve to crown the years of study that these Thy Young People culminate on this eventful day .May the beauty of serV icein Thy Kingdom be enhanced by the experience of this day. Grant unto them as they go forth to labor with youth of our Commonwealth The fullest of Thy Blessing. Let them sense the prescence of r Hiy Spirit so that they may know, they labor not for time but for eternity. Let them know the joy of ministering to the needs of the children committed to their care. y Let the example and the inspiration of Him, who said " Suffer little chidren to come unto Me and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of H heaven, he ever with us. May His tender smile he the reward to those whose sacrifices have made this day possible for thi s class. In His name we offer pur praise and thanks, our petitions and our lives, Amen THE KNOLL 1963 STATE COLLEGE AT LOWELL LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS M ¥ f ;v fcf-i . " r r DEDICATION OF HUMANITIES BUILDING Presentation of key by Commissioner Kiernan. " The old order changeth yielding place to new " are famous old words, but charged with new meaning for us at Lowell State College upon the dedication of a new Humanities Building on October 26, 1962. This impressive new building is the symbol of the growth and change of our college in recent years, and is an indication of our eagerness and desire to meet the needs and requirements of our educational system. Only with new and better facilities as have been brought to us by our new building shall we be able to meet the challenges of the future. EDUCATION BUILDING ARTS AND SCIENCE BUILDING PRESIDENT ' S HALL Wrote William Butler Yeats " The intellect of man is forced to choose Perfection of the life, or of the work And if it takes the second, must refuse A heavenly mansion, raging in the dark. " Already the Humanities expansion has sig- nificantly stimulated the search for perfection in campus life, both social and intellectual. Is not the poetic dilemma therefore f allacious- since the work well done is its own reward? PRESIDENT O ' LEARY THE EDITORS DEDICATE THE 1963 KNOLL TO PRENTISS SHEPARD Always jovial and congenial, Mr. Shepherd abounds with warmth and friendliness for everyone. During the past four years as our class advisor, he has fused these pleasing qualities with an un- ceasing energy and willingness to work and advise whenever called upon. For his kindheartedness and constant helpfulness, we are proud to dedicate our yearbook to him, and to extend much thanks and good wishes for his success in the future. The Class of 1963 My association with the class of 1963 has always been a most pleasurable one. I can say in all sincerity that I have enjoyed every moment of the past four years. Many changes have occurred at this college during these years, but these indicate progress. Progress has not only enveloped the physical structure of Lowell State College, but it has also remolded our lives, both yours and mine. From our " green " freshman days to our present state of academic confidence we have fought a continuously uphill battle. The summit of success is never an easy accomplishment, however, but once achieved is always a source of pride. May I say to all of you in respect to this success, " Well done! " Now that you are about to start a new career the " uphill battle " will start once again. You, the class of 1963, have proven your- selves before. I believe, therefore, that each of you will become the quality teacher of whom Lowell State College will be justly proud. Best of luck to all of you in the years that lie ahead. Signature OP t£) I accepted you as growing individuals with hopes and fears, ideas and possibil- ities, where you realized these possibil- ities I do not know, but as I look at emerging sophomores, juniors, and sen- iors, somehow you have arrived. Believe me when I say all of you are providing us with new challenges which I accept. MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE Professor, Chairman of Professional Education Director, Student Teaching and Placement B.S. Ed., Marywood College A.M., Boston University EDWARD F. GILDAY Professor, Chairman of Music Education B.S. Mus., A.M., New York University D.Mus.A., Boston University In a world of rapid and extreme change, values that remain constant take on an increased importance. Skillful and dedi- cated teaching ranks high in any cata- logue of values. You have served your apprenticeship; now it stands ready to serve you. Good luck! 10 MARY E. McGAUVRAN Professor, Education Dean of Women, Director of Ad missions B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell Ed.M., Ed.D., Boston University You are about to enter the most challenging, exciting, rewarding career a young man or woman can choose. The College, the faculty and the co-operating schools have given of their best to prepare you for the task. It is assumed that you have done your part to ready yourself for your new responsibilities. Have confidence, then, that you are a professional. Continue to be so. Always regard the student as an end in himself. Help relate the whole educational adventure, keeping in mind each young person ' s unique combination of ca- pacities. Remember that in addition to the training of the intellect, you are developing the character of those in your charge. You are cutting gems of many facets, material valuable beyond price, human souls. Never let your work be less than your best. Be a professional always. Seek compensations beyond the material in teaching, the i nner satisfaction of doing work of prime importance, the joy of being of service to others, the pride in the happiness and success of those who once sat at your feet. Be proud of your College. It has served you well. See to it that your College will always be proud of you. You are entering the teaching profession at the advent of the exciting education explosion. This involves not merely processes. The work you have completed here at the College will serve you well indeed if you are sufficiently flexible in temperment to regard the new with interest and worth your investigation. Education is an evolving process and must change as the cultural environment or become a sterile, static affair. Some of you indeed may become the pioneers of the future education profession and this will prove of far more benefit to your fellowman than anything new dis- covered about outer space in your lifetime. JOHN J. FISHER Professor, Biological Science Dean of Men, Director of Extension Studies A.B., Saint John ' s University A.M., Ed.D., Columbia University 11 MRS. ALBERT L. BOURGEOIS Instructor, French A.B., Regis College A.M., Radcliffe College PAUL BREGOR Assistant Professor, Music A.A., B.Mus., Mus.Ed.M., Boston University WILLIAM C. BURTO Professor, English A.B., Colgate University A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University FORTUNATA C. CALIRI Assistant Professor, English A.B., Emmanuel College Ed.M., State College at Boston CHARLES F. CARROLL Instructor, History A.B., A.M., Boston College IGNATIUS A. CISZEK Assistant Professor, ' Health and Physical Education B.S., Arnold College Ed.M., Boston University WALTER P. COPLEY Assistant Professor, Mathematics B.S., Ed.M., Boston College DAVID D. COTE Instructor, English A.B., Saint Anselm ' s College A.M., Duquesne University GERTRUDE M. CUNNINGHAM Assistant Professor, Education B.S., Ed.M., Boston University HELEN G. DRINAN Assistant Professor, Education B.S., Columbia University Ed.M., Harvard University WILLIAM R. FISHER Professor, Music Education B.S.Mus., A.M., New York University Ed.D., Boston University JOHN R. FITZGERALD Assistant Professor, History B.S.Ed., Ed.M., Boston University 12 H. MARIE GARRITY Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell Ed.M., Ed.D., Boston University PATRICIA A. GOLER Associate Professor, History A.B., Regis College A.M., Ph.D., Boston College MARGARET F. GUINDON Instructor, English A.B., A.M., Boston University DeMERRlTTE A. HISCOE Associate Professor, Art B.S.Ed., Massachusetts College of Art Ed.M., Tufts University TINA MING-CHIEN HSU Instructor, Assistant Librarian A.B., National Taiwan University M.S. (L.S.), George Peabody College ETHEL KAMIEN Instructor, Biological Science A.B., Brooklyn College M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin KALERVO KANSANNIVA Associate Professor, Speech B.S.Ed., Ed.M., State College at Fitchburg A.M. Boston University ALICE G. KIERNAN Assistant Professor, Education B.S. Ed., State College at Lowell Ed.M., Boston University EDWARD T. KNOWLES Assistant Professor, Geography B.S.Ed., State College at Bridgewater A.M., Fletcher School of International Law (Tufts, Harvard) WILLIAM H. MALONE Professor, Physical Science B.S., Ed.M., Boston College Ed.D., Boston University CHARLES R. MEEHAN Associate Professor, Librarian B.S., Ed.M., Boston College M.S.L.S., Simmons College ELIZABETH A. NEILSON Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education B.S.Ed., Ed.M. Ed.D., Boston University 13 THOMAS A. NORRIS Assistant Professor, Psychology B.S.Ed., M.C.S., Boston University FRANCIS P. O ' HARA Professor, Philosophy and French A.B., A.M., Boston College Ph.D., University of Paris DOMENIC R. PROCOPIO Associate Professor, Music and Italian A.B., A.M., Harvard University Ph.D., Boston University ROBERT M. SHAUGHNESSY Instructor, Music B.Mus., Mus. Ed.M.. University Boston GEORGE C. SIMMONS Instructor, Social Sciences A.B., Emmanuel College (Michigan) A.M., Northwestern University P.G.D.Ed., St. Andrew ' s University (Scotland) FREDERICK A. NORTON Assistant Professor, History A.B., A.M., Boston College LEO PANAS Assistant Professor, Art B.S., Massachusetts College of Art Ed.M., State College at Fitchburg MARGARET R. SHANNON Associate Professor, Education B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell Ed.M., Ed.D., Harvard University PRENTISS SHEPHERD, JR. Instructor, Biological Science A.B., A.M., Harvard University CYRUS D. THOMPSON Associate Professor, Music B.S.Ed., Pennsylvania State College M.M., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester Ed.D., Boston University GARDNER TILLSON Instructor, Speech A.B., Tufts University A.M., Pennsylvania State University JOSEPH WILLIAMS Instructor, English A.B., A.M., University of South Carolina A.M., Harvard University 14 THOMAS F. McSORLEY Master and Principal DOROTHY C. EASTHAM Supervising Teacher, Grade Six ELIZABETH C. COFFEY Supervising Teacher, Grade Six CATHERINE V. O ' CONNOR Supervising Teacher, Grade Four EDNA HOYT Supervising Teacher, Grade Two CONSTANCE LANSEIGNE Supervising Teacher, Grade One Missing: GERTRUDE M. BAILEY Supervising Teacher, Grade Three ESTHER T. BURNS Supervising Teacher, Grade Five Bartlett School CAMPUS SCHOOLS Washington School EDWARD BYRNE Master and Principal PENELOPE Z. KOPLEY Supervising Teacher, Grade Six ALMA L. WARD Supervising Teacher, Grade One HELEN J. COYNE Supervisor of Music, Bartlett and Washington Schools KATHERINE KEARNEY Supervising Teacher, Grade Six MARYCLARE HAYES Supervising Teacher, Grade Three GEORGINA P. KEITH Supervising Teacher, Grade Two PATRICIA HIGGINS Supervising Teacher, Grade Four COLLEGE STAFF — Marion B. Atherton, Kathleen M. Byrt. Standing: Florence J. Braden, Rosalind Linehan, Beatrice L. Meagher DORMITORY HOUSE MOTHER Mrs. Wilder COLLEGE STAFF AND PERSONNEL CAFETERIA PERSONNEL— Alice Conlon and Margaret Flannagan CUSTODIAN Armand Sevigny SCHOOL NURSE Mrs. Francis O ' Loughlin KNOLL STAFF ' 63 Editor Associate Editors Photography Editors Literary Editors Art Editors Music Editor Sports Editors Advertising Editors Business Manager Class Representatives Ellen Duffy Maureen Cavarra Doris Dancause Peggy Moynihan Gail Fitzgerald Robert Merrifield Gail Graig Pat Gawlinski Frances Bausch John Salerno Eddie Roberts Pauline King Carolann Crowe Diane Sullivan Warren Austin Eileen Hayes Irene Filteau Cynda Wade wow IBfe «B ROBERT D. MERRIFIELD Secondary Education President WILLIAM F. COUGHLIN Secondary Education Vice-President 20 MARGARET M. HENNESSEY Elementary Education Secretary DORIS C. DANCAUSE Elementary Education Treasurer MARIE ANN CIARALDI Elementary Education Library Representative 21 RICHARD J. ABRAHAM Elementary Education WARREN AUSTIN Elementary Education JAMES ANASTOS Elementary Education 22 CAROL BEAN Music Education FRANCES BAUCH Elementary Education COSETTE BEAUDIN Music Education 23 JANE A. BEAVEN Elementary- Education MARY BUCHINSKAS Elementary Education RUTH BLACK Music Education 24 KATHLEEN J. CALNAN Elementary Education ROSEMARIE CARRO Elementary Education MAUREEN R. CAVARRA Elementary Education 25 MALCOLM CHRUPCALA Music Education M. EILEEN CONRAD Elementary Education MRS. WILMA COBB Elementary Education 26 DIANE COSTOPOULOS Elementary Education JUDITH COULTER Secondary Education GAIL E. CRAIG Elementary Education 27 KATHRYN A. CRANE Elementary Education JOCELYNE CYR Music Education CAROL ANN CROWE Elementary Education 28 FRANCES C. DEVLIN Elementary Education CAROL ANN DIPALMA Elementary Education -■ - ELLEN M. DUFFY Elementary Education 29 KARL DUNAKIN Music Education CLARE EDGERLY Elementary Education LINDA (PEPE) DWYER Elementary Education 30 HB CAROLE FADDEN Secondary Education BARBARA M. FARIS Elementary Education SANDRA FERREIRA Elementary Education 31 MARY GAIL FITZGERALD Elementary Education MRS. IRENE FOURNIER Elementary Education GEORGETTE FOURNIER Secondary Education 32 BEVERLYANN FOX Elementary Education HELEN FRAZIER Secondary Education DIANNE FREEDMAN Music Education 33 ? JACQUELINE FROST Music Education PATRICIA A. GAWLINSKI Elementary Education ANN MARIE GARVEY Elementary Education 34 RONALD GODFREY Elementary Education CYNTHIA GLINSKI Elementary Education CLAIRE GRANT Elementary Education 35 . rid MAUREEN B. GUERIN Elementary Education MRS. KATHLEEN HAMMOND Elementary Education MARY HAJJAR Elementary Education 36 CYNTHIA M. HARRIS Secondary Education MARY E. HARRINGTON Elementary Education SHIRLEY HAVEN Music Education 37 MAUREEN HAYES Elementary Education C. MARGARET INGLIS Elementary Education MARGARET HEWETT Elementary Education 38 MRS. MICHAELINA JUDGE Elementary Education EDWARD KELLY Elementary Education MARY ANN KENNEDY Elementary Education 39 PAULINE JANE KING Elementary Education E. JUDITH LEARY Elementary Education GENEVIEVE V. LAMPARIELLO Music Education 40 ELAINE T. LEMIRE Elementary Education MRS. JEANNE K. MANOUSOS Elementary Education BARBARA J. MANSEAU Elementary Education 41 MARJORIE MARSHALL Elementary Education joan m. McCarthy Elementary Education CAROLYN F. MASON Elementary Education 42 PATRICIA A. McGOWAN Elementary Education Virginia m. McCarthy Elementary Education NANCY E. McHALE Elementary Education 43 KATHERINE McKILLOP Elementary Education GENEVA M. MOLLOY Elementary Education ANNFRANCES MOLLOY Elementary Education 44 BARBARA MOORE Music Education MARGARET A. MOYNIHAN Elementary Education MARGARET A. MULCAHY Elementary Education 45 THERESA A. MULDOON Elementary Education LOIS L. NICHOLS Elementary Education MARILYN A. MURPHY Elementary Education 46 JUDITH A. O ' BRIEN Elementary Education MARGARET A. NICOLL Elementary Education JUDITH A. O ' CONNOR Elementary Education 47 CAROL OSTERBERG Music Education X - DOROTHY PATRONSKI Elementary Education ELLEN PAPULIS Elementary Education 48 BEVERLY J. PLACE Elementary Education JUDITH POOLE Elementary Education ANN M. REGAN Elementary Education 49 EDWARD S. ROBERTS Elementary Education ROSALINE T. SAAB Elementary Education BEVERLY A. ROGERS Elementary Education 50 MARGARET M. SANDERSON Elementary Education JOHN V. SALERNO Music Education JANICE SCHENA Elementary Education 51 MARJORIE RUTH SEMINATORE Elementary Education MARILYN SHEEHY Elementary Education MAUREEN A. SHANAHAN Elementary Education 52 BEVERLY JEAN SMITH Elementary Education ROBERT W. SOUZA Music Education S CAROLE STASIOWSKI Elementary Education 53 DIANE M. SULLIVAN Elementary Education DAVID TAGGART Music Education M. IMELDA SULLIVAN Secondary Education 54 LINDA THEISZ Elementary Education THOMAS M. TOOHEY Music Education MARY TZIKOPOULOS Secondary Education 55 HARRY TONG Music Education JUDITH WILHELMY Elementary Educaton w ELLEN MARIE WALSH Music Education 56 LINDA (CHALFIN) FLEISHMAN Music Education CONSTANCE GAUTHIER Elementary Education BASILLE NICOLOPOULOS Elementary Education 57 f IMOOtClASSMEN Class Officers: Secretary, Sharon Gibson, President, Al Du- mond, Treasurer, Maribeth Walsh, Vice-President, Tom Bow- ser " But she said it was there! " FRESHMEN Laugh now . . . test tomorrow. Art tests will be the death of freshmen. 60 This group used Crest . " +or-3??? " . this group did not. 61 Where the boys are??? This one really flipped his lid!!! Biology Buds. 62 SOPHOMORES Let ' s go over English. CLASS OFFICERS— Treasurer Martha Dunn, Secretary Sheryll Jackson, Vice President Gar- land Moniz, President Paul Farley. Progress is our most important product! Gay Paree was never like this!! Who has the cards??? If I had only cut Pass the salt. Excuse my back. Rip Van Farley catches forty winks. 64 JUNIORS " Brush up your Shakespeare. ' CLASS OFFICERS— Secretary Patricia Foley, Library Representative Mary Ann Cavallaro, President George Perrone, Knoll Representa- tive Eileen Hayes, Vice President Mary Jane Farley, Treasurer Marie Fio rino. " By and large, people . 65 We want to color. The normal curve of distribution? Changing the world through music Panas ' Panacea!! 66 Who cut??? And now for my next demonstration . . Yeah! The Stock Market crashed. i t «iiir.waaa Advantages of an Abra-harem ionizations " Spirit of Lowell " I Mr. " Fresh Approach " Student Council Officers I : „ ' S.G.A. STUDENT COUNCIL President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Public Relations Chairman Assistant Secretary Assistant Treasurer Assistant Social Chairman Assistant Public Relations Chairman OFFICERS Ronald Godfrey Beverly Fox Rosemarie Carro Mary Jo Fisher Maryann Graney Patricia Apostolakos Elizabeth Callahan Judy Barry Marilyn Tacy Sharon Weed The Student Government Association has " come of age " in its philosophy and in its accomplishments. In effecting such a transformation, this organization, through its legislative organ the Student Council, has sought to breathe a " fresh approach " into the leader- ship and administration of student activities in the college. The elimination of the ineffectual, the revital- ization of college traditions, and the initiation of new events commensurate with the times have formed the underlying principles of this " Fresh Approach " pro- gram. It has been on firm college traditions, with an eye on the ever-changing present, and with a sense of deep perspective towards the future that it has built itself into a vital component of collegiate life at the State College at Lowell. Ellen Duffy Editor-in-Chief Maureen Cavarra Assistant Editor Doris Dancause Assistant Editor Margaret Moynihan Co-Photography Editor Gail Fitzgerald Co-Photography Editor Robert Merrifield Co-Literary Editor -f «£. Gail Craig Co-Literary Editor Warren Austin Business Manager KNOLL STAFF 1963 John Salerno Music Editor Pauline King Sports Editor Edward Roberts Sports Editor «•»•• ' Carol Ann Crowe Advertising Manager Patricia Gawlinski Co-Art Editor Frances Bauch Co-Art Editor 71 t$ !t; tf-iiii ' M CAMPUS STAR Vol. XVII No. 1 State College, Lowell, Massachusetts Sept. 19, 1962 L. S. C. UP FOR ACCREDITATION From Wednesday to Friday, De- cember 5-7, the National Accredi- tation Board was present at the college to re-evaluate the Elemen- tary and Music Majors, and to take their first look at the course of study being offered for the Sec- ondary English and Science Ma- jors. This board also was there to check the quality of the faculty, the library, and all the other fa- cilities of the college. On Tuesday evening, December SENIOR INVESTITURE On Sunday, October 21, mem- bers of the Senior Class will be invested with their caps and gowns. Guests from the training schools and parents of all class members are cordially invited to attend. The ceremony begins at 3 o ' clock and 4, the board met with Dr. O ' Leary and members of the various de- partments to discuss the agenda for the week. On Wednesday, the board attended an afternoon tea sponsored by the faculty to which officers of the student organiza- tion were invited. The board, on Thursday, attended an S.G.A. meeting at which the various or- ganizations told of their contri- butions to the college and of their part in running the affairs of the school. The board mentioned that they had been informed, by the faculty, of the efficiency of this year ' s council. The members of the council unanimously agreed that much of the efficiency was due to the careful planning and co-ordinating by council presi- dent, Ronald Godfrey. STUDENT BODY REACTS STUDENT COUNCIL ACTS YEAR BOOK PLAN ADOPTED SERVICE CLUB BRINGS HAPPINESS This Christmas, as in past years, the needy families of the city of Lowell will have a joyful Christmas, thanks to the students of Lowell State College who have worked diligently to make the spe- cial project of Dr. Patricia Goler ' s Service Club a success. Many toys and gifts of clothes were contributed by the students in order that the needy children of Lowell would have presents from Santa on Christmas morn. The Student Government Association 1962- 63 has jumped onto the bandwagon for improve- ment. Judging from the successful reports made by both faculty and students concerning Freshmen Orientation Week, it is obvious that the S. G. A. is off to a good start. " What am I getting for my $30, 00 EXPERIMENTING The S. G. A. proposes to take a different approach to many of its policies. It has decided to concen- trate a great deal of time scrutin- izing the complaints of the student body and has thereby decided to rearrange or combine many of its activities. The KNOLL in previous years was financed by the Student Gov- ernment Association and the senior class. This year, a plan was adop- ted whereby each class donates a proportionate amount to the cost of the yearbook. The senior class will be the largest contributors; the junior class, the next largest, etc. The freshman class will be giving the same amount each year. NO class will have contributed any more in the four years than the senior classes in the past con- tributed in one year. The result will be that the Class of 1966 will have accumulated four year- books - a lasting record of their college days. Another factor which lessened interest in the KNOLL among un- derclassmen was the fact that they felt that they were not covered sufficiently in it. It is one of the objectives of this year ' s yearbook staff to extend coverage of the underclassmen. The result will be more of a college yearbook. Much effort goes into the con- tent of the KNOLL. There is noth- ing more enjoyable than seeing the CAMPUS STAR Published the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month during the school year except during vacation and examination periods, by and for the students of Lowell State College, 875 Broadway, Lowell, Massachu- setts,, Telephone GLenview 8-6851. The Campus Star is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the University Press Service. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Spiros Sintros, Jr. MANAGING EDITOR Richard Mahoney NEWS EDITOR John Salerno FEATURE EDITOR Judy Laughran SPORTS EDITOR - Men Dick Abraham SPORTS EDITOR - Women Jane Hanlon BUSINESS MANAGER Alec Lantbronkas ART EDITOR Frances Bauch MUSIC EDITOR Dianne Freedman ADVERTISING MANAGER Andrew Andricopoulos PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Nancy Strom ADVISOR Mr. Thomas Norrls. EXCHANGE EDITOR Carlton Clark REPORTERS AND WRITERS: Martha Dunn, Pat Apostolakas, Mary Hogan, Jane Baranowski, Paul Harvey, Lee Dano, Gus Reusch, Pat Foley and Vinny Francescone. Activity fee 9 " has been the most popular complaint amongst the stu- dent body In the past. With this in view, the S.G.A. has devised a plan whereby all students will be admitted to all college activities for FREE. This includes dances, shows, art films, etc. The only stipulation is that each student must show his S.G.A. card. Out- siders will be admitted, however, for the usual fee. In addition, the social calendar has been arranged so as to provide " for at least one major activity per month. Sophomore-Junior Orphans ' Party The Junior and Sophomore classes, in an effort to spread a little Christmas cheer to those less fortunate than others, once again sponsored a Christmas Party for youngsters ranging in ages from five to seven yearsfrom Saint Joseph ' s Orphanage in Lowell. Complete with Christmas tree, gifts, cartoons, music, and Dick Tellier playing Santa Claus, the party was held in the student lounge on Monday, December 17, 1962, from three o ' clock to five o ' clock. Paul Farley and George Per- rone, presidents of Sophomore and Junior classes respectively, acted as co-chairmen with the officers of both classes comprising the committee. Special mention should be given to Warren Austin, a FLAG FOOTBALL LSG PARENTS ORIENTATED ■ Today, the parents of L.S.C. students are becoming orientated to student life here at the College. They are taking part in academic, musical, dramatic, and sporting activities, as well as an informal tour of the L.S.C. campus, and a group of instrumentalists Academic discussions are being conducted by Dr. Patricia Goler, Dr. William Burto, Dr. William H. Malone, Dr. William R. Fisher, Dr. Elizabeth A. Neilson, Miss Marguerite L. Gourville, and Mr. Leo Panas. These discussions con- cern the curriculum of the College, which includes Current Events, History, English, Science, Health, Music, Art, and Education. A program " of music is being .presented by the Concert Choir, Madrigal Singers, Brass Choir, under the direction of Dr. Edward F, Gilday, Chairman of the Music Department, and John Salerno, a student, Gardner Tillson, Advisor to the Drama Club, has directed " Aria Da Capo " , a one-act play which Is being presented by the Drama Club. An informal tour of the campus is scheduled to follow the musical and dramatic presentations. Re- freshments will be served. Let ' s take a look at the action that occurred after the, first two games; Oilers vs. Titans - As far as the Oilers were concerned, this ap- peared to be a repeat of their first game. The two teams bat- tled on even terms throughout most of the contest. However, the Oilers held a one touchdown edge with ten seconds remaining in the game when the Titans on an aeri- al from Molloy to Barnicle brought them within two points of the Oil- ers. Time having run out the Titans struck for the knotting two points. The game ended in a 36-36 tie. Patriots vs. Oilers - A spirited, underdog Patriotteamnearlyupset the undefeated Oilers. Although the latters wer.e able to pull out a 30 to 26 victory, the Pats provided the zip in the game. A few key defen- sive moves by the Oilers ' Tom Gallagher set up their touchdowns. The margin of victory in this game was due to the ability of the Oilers to score their points after touch- downs. Broncos 40-Oilers 48 -This was take possession of first place. As was expected it proved to be a high scoring contesrwfth each team ATTEND THE CAMPUS STAR: FRIDAY EVENING PEGASUS Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Poetry Editor Assistant Poetry Editor Prose Editor Assistant Fiction Editor Assistant Non-Fiction Editor Art Editor Assistant Art Editor Music Editor Advisor STAFF Ann Fox Robert Merrifield Marie Kirwin Mary Jo Fisher Maura Martin Patricia Apostolakos Carol Connolly Brian Feeney Patricia Gawlinski Mary Ann Cavallaro John Salerno Dr. William Burto Pegasus is the semi-annual literary magazine of the College. Staffed by interested students elected from all majors and featuring original prose, poetry, music and art, the magazine seeks to provide recognition and stimulation of outstanding creative ability. In its nine year history, Pegasus has developed from a prose and poetry p ublication of a Creative Writing course to an all-College literary-art-music mag- azine sponsored by the Student Government Associa- tion. As an evidence of its progressive achievement and continuing quality, Pegasus was awarded a First Place certificate by the Columbia scholastic Press Associa- tion in March, 1961, as the literary magazine of an educational state college. Entering a higher award classification with Lowell State ' s granting of Bache- lor of Arts degrees, Pegasus was awarded a Second Place certificate by the C.S.P.A. in May, 1962. M.A.A. OFFICERS President Edward Kelley Vice President Gerald Perry Secretary Alec Lambroukos Treasurer Kevin MacLaughlan Social Chairman Hank Koza Head of Sports Dick Abraham A dvisor Mr. I. Ciszek M.A.A. The teacher of today must not only be well-rounded academically, but physical- ly as well. The ultimate goal of the M.A.A. is to put this principle into prac- tice. The Men ' s Athletic Association is the only all-male organization on cam- pus. Every male student in the college is given the opportunity to participate in a well-rounded sports program on the collegiate level. This program has now grown to the extent that it consists of an intercollegiate baseball and basket- ball team, along with the intramural pro- gram of football, basketball, handball, volleyball and golf. Not to be overlooked is the social aspect of the program, con- sisting of a Sports ' Night, M.A.A. Ban- quet, Variety Show and Annual Dance. W.R.O. W.R.O. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Head of Sports Freshman Representative Sophomore Representative Junior Representative Pauline King Jane Hanlon Mary Donovan Claire O ' Connor Linda Merton Gerry Pelletier Charlene Fox Mary Jane Farley Open to all women students, the W.R.O. is one of the College ' s largest organizations. The aim of this organization is to create in its members a high standard of sportsmanship, a permanent interest in physical recreation, and an enjoyment for participation in sports regardless of one ' s ability. Women who do not wish to participate in sports may serve in an administrative capacity. The recreational program is directed by the W.R.O. Board and Council which provides and regulates various sports activities. A varied social program consists of intramural and intercollegi- ate Playdays, the annual Spring Banquet and the W.R.O.— M.A.A. Co-Ed capers in the fall. 75 The aim of the Drama Club is to give its members a knowledge of all areas of the theater. Meetings include lectures on makeup, costuming, stagecraft, script read- ing, theatrical business management and the history of the theater by people experienced in theater work. With this background, the members are given a chance to work on and off stage in the club ' s many produc- tions presented during the year. As a part of its active program this year, the club presented for its major production, " The Importance of Being Earnest " by Oscar Wilde. The Drama Club also works in conjunction with the music department, assisting backstage in many of its presentations, including the annual M.E.N.C. spring production. DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative Advisor Dianne Freedman Warren Austin Judy Gove Richard Tellier Judith Wilhelmy Constance Poirier Steve Bernard Gardner Tillson SKI CLUB OFFICERS President Maralyn Sheahan Vice President Patricia Apostolakos Secretary Mary Jo Fisher Publicity Chairman Maryann Chibas The Alpine Ski Club has more than tripled its membership this year. The purpose of the club is to promote good fellowship and a wider interest in skiing for the students at the college. The club provides students with an opportunity to discuss skiing and plan ski trips with others interested in skiing. This year the Ski Club presented a lecture and movie, and a dance which was planned in con- junction with the Varsity Club of Lowell Technological Institute. M.E.N.C. OFFICERS President John Salerno Vice President Thomas Toohey Secretary Carol Osterburg Treasurer Richard Striano Parliamentarian George Perrone Social Chairman Dianne Freedman Sergeant-at-Arms John Blackwell Advisor Dr. Dominic Procopio M.E.N.C. The Music Educators ' National Confer- ence, Student Chapter 201, founded at the college by Dr. Cyrus Thompson, is the only professional organization for mu- sic majors on campus. It is affiliated with the Massachusetts Music Educators ' As- sociation and the national chapter of M.E.N.C. The aim of the M.E.N.C. is to acquaint its members with new methods and ma- terials in the field of music education. Student Chapter 201 acts as an inter- mediary between student and profession- al life. It furnishes students with liter- ature concerning the latest happenings in the professional world. The M.E.N.C. gives its members a chance to display their talents in an an- nual fall production, BOPS-POPS. The annual spring production, in which every member of the school is invited to par- ticipate, gives students experience in the various areas of a musical production- acting, singing, staging, publicity, etc. Some of the past successes have been " Iolanthe, " " H .M.S. Pinafore, " " Briga- doon, " " Kiss Me Kate, " and " A Con- necticut Yankee. " 78 JAZZ SOCIETY OFFICERS President David G. Taggart Vice President Robert Souza Secretary Diane Wicker Treasurer Barbara Moore Par Ham en tarian George Perrone A dvisor Dr. Dominic Procopio JAZZ SOCIETY Although the Jazz Society began with a small membership, each year the enroll- ment has grown. The 1962-1963 school year saw a membership of fifteen per- forming members and twenty-five asso- ciate members. The objectives of the Jazz Society are to acquaint the members with a tasteful recognition of good jazz, and to aid the performing members in playing skills. Each year the Jazz Society presents both spring and fa ll concerts, which provide members with opportunities to demon- strate their abilities. 79 CONCERT CHOIR LABORATORY CHOIR Mr. Shaughnessy conducts the Brass Ensemble. 1 • J§ P J " J 1 1 1 f K. i. John Salerno and the Madrigal Singers Woodwind Ensemble and enlarged Madrigal Singers 81 NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club of the State College at Lowell, in conjunction with Lowell Technological Institute, strives to maintain a Catholic atmosphere in the social, cultural and religious environment of the college cam- pus. In keeping with the " New Spirit of Lowell " as advocated by the Student Government, the Newman Club has branched out into many new activities during the first semester. To start off the school year the club held a Harvest Mixer in the new Student Lounge, followed by a meeting a week later where a capacity crowd filled St. Rita ' s Parish to meet the one hundred and ten Freshman members and to hear plans for Newman Club ' s newest idea: a project of " Internation- al Friendship " in Mexico during the summer. With the spirit of new ideas and cooperation the club sponsored a Spaghetti Supper the night of the MENC Bops Pops. Looking forward to a successful second semester, Newman Club held a Winter Mixer at Cumnock Hall at Lowell Tech, a skating party at the Boston Skate Club, a Communion Supper at St. Rita ' s Hall, and a St. Patrick ' s Dance, with a mountain trip to Mt. Monadnock as a culminating activity in May. As the year finishes with a look at the proposed Newman Center, a present feeling of accomplishment at a year of " firsts, " and a backward glance over the accomplishments and memories gathered during the year. OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Advisors Chaplain Reginald Hamer, LTI Patricia Foley, LSC Thomas Brennan, LTI Dorothy Naruszewicz, LSC Roland Gibault, LTI Miss Alice G. Kiernan, LSC Mr. Brendan Fleming, LTI Rev. William C. Burkhardt St. Rita ' s Parish, Lowell, Mass. PHANAR CLUB The Phanar Club is open to Eastern Orthodox students from greater-Lowell colleges. It has as its purpose the desire to foster the spiritual as well as the intellectual growth of its members and to help them achieve a fuller life through the perpetuation of Christian pre- cepts. The name Phanar literally means a light or beacon. It is also the district in Istanbul, Turkey, where the See of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of the Eastern Orthodox Church is located. OFFICERS Spiritual Advisor Rev. John P. Sarantos Faculty Advisor Mr. Leo Panas i President Theodore Athos V Vice President Basille Nicolopoulos 1 Secretary Elaine Flomp w 1 Treasurer Georgia Athos 82 IONA FELLOWSHIP The Iona Fellowship is a student organization of Lowell State College, Lowell Technological Institute, and Low- ell General Hospital School of Nursing united in a com- mon desire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. Iona is a Scottish word im- plying that the organization is non-denominational. Therefore, students of all races and creeds can unite in their common loyalty to God. The purpose of the fellow- ship is to help each student know, love, and serve God as revealed through His Son, Jesus Christ. Each member seeks to understand the will of God through worship, study, and action, and strives to realize it both in his personal life and by working toward a better society. The fellowship meets once each month for a service of worship, supper, and a well-known speaker, film- strip, dance, or some other type of entertainment. Each meeting is held in a different Christian Church in the Lowell area. President Vice President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Faculty Advisor Chaplain OFFICERS David Paquette, LTI Jacqueline Frost, LSC Harry Christie, LTI Cynthia Larson, LSC Gerald Parker, LTI Priscilla Pearson, LSC Dr. William R. Fisher Rev. Paul Ketchum Faculty and students at Ecumenical Council 83 Freshmen entertain. Freshmen get acquainted. Connie sings " Stupid Cupid. ' ' CLASS ' 66 Future Music student Juniors serve freshmen girls. 86 " Freshmen Night " proved to be a success. ORIENTATED Faculty relaxes after dinner. Miss Kiernan welcomes freshmen. 87 Twisting with Gail and Dick " Only You ' S.G.A. DANCE Tech and State get together Intermission Chat SENIOR INVESTITURE Senior class officers and concert choir " I now invest you with the cap and gown of the teaching profession. " Solemn occasion 89 SENIOR - SOPHOMORE PARTY Chatting between sets £ a jfe tt-iSt ' n t -mWM Jr mm ' x nil i mA At 51 .ii ' mri 1 k T% H i kt» - W " The Greek Way " Having a good time L.S.C. music students play for Pegasus. VI AmmmmmWLiLJ mm w9 f H H H r mi lk W 1 It ■Am WW wSLmm ■m Gr ' ■ l k i hmH . After the game Dr. Burto chats with Mr. and Mrs. Guindon. Cheering the boys on Going for two Twisting up a storm! PEGASUS GAME AND DANCE Parents examine library display. Dr. Neilson speaks on current health problems. M.A.A. presents gymnastics. PARENT ' S DAY Drama Club Presentation — " Aria Da Capo " by Edna St. Vincent Millay Director . . . Gardner Tillson Women ' s Recreational Organization — Men ' s Athletic Association Presentation Directors . . . Dr. H. Marie Garrity and Ignatius R. Ciszek Refreshments Program of Music Director . . . Dr. Edward F. Gilday Assisted by . . . John V. Salerno and Cosette Beaudin Academic Discussion Informal tours of the Education Building and the Humanities Building Dr. Burto heads panel. Parents meet each other. Presentation of " Aria Da Capo " by Drama Club THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST . to r.: Lady Bracknell, Chasuble, Algernon, Cecily Jack, Miss Prism, Gwendolyn Director Gardner Tillson Cecily Ebbie Lindquist Assistant Director Dianne Freedman Lady Bracknell Connie Poirier Stage Manager Warren Austin Miss Prism Donna Martin lack Richard Mahoney Reverend Chasuble Paul Harvey A Igernon Gary Preston Lane Robert Spiewak Gwendolyn Diane Wicker Merriman Warren Austin Gwendolyn and Jack Cecily and Algernon I. to r.: Lane, Lady Bracknell, Merriman, Algernon, Cecily, Jack, Chasuble, Miss Prism ■ In the wee hours JUNIOR PROM Sydney Hill ' s Tiara Room and the band played on. ' Practicing for Bops Pops M.E.N.C. PRODUCTIONS Ellen Walsh stars in Conneticut Yankee. WW 96 Diane ' s voice adds to the musical. King Arthur ' s Court in Conneticut Yankee Numbers rehearsed. Dick Tellier as M.C. Band plays " Up Town Walk. " f 1 ff 1 ! : ,. . HI m, } i , JAZZ CONCERT Great entertainers. Students await concert. Bob Souza in trumpet solo. KNOLL DANCE Students nominate candidates. MISS KNOLL CANDIDATES Freshman Candidates Elizabeth Casey Mary Gail Lynch Sophomore Candidates Sheryll Jackson Janice Bowman Junior Candidates Margaret McDonald Patricia Sweet Senior Candidates Nancy McHale Maureen Cavarra Band enjoys break. Ellen and Peggy greet one of judges. Winner is announced. Judges contemplate. MISS KNOLL AND COURT— Nancy McHale, Maureen Cavarra, Janice Bowman Refreshments served. «J K. M ■taj ■■ JEL ■ ■ CHRISTMAS 1962 Students admire tree. Students enjoy refreshments. Junior Emcee,- Hank Koza CONVOCATION AND PARTY Relaxing while watching the show Freshman Emcee, Wayne Wilkinson VARSITY SPORTS Ralph Peirce, Dave Cunningham, Tom Callagher, Hank Koza, Jack Teague, Jim Ciszek, Dick St. Marie, Ed Roberts, Capt. Dick Abraham, Gerry Perry, Leo Creegan Co-capt. Margret McDonald, Rita Windheim, Maribeth Walsh, Sharon Weed, Mary Lou Fortune Martha Reidy, Marilyn Tacy, Georgia Athas, Betsy Bradley, Co-capt. Jane Hanlon BASKETBALL Nov. 29 Worchester Dec. 3 Keene Dec. 5 Suffolk Dec. 7 Lowell Tech. Dec. 10 Salem Dec. 13 Boston Dec. 15 Willimantic Dec. 18 Lyndon Jan. 3 Fitchburg Jan. 5 North Adams Jan. 8 Boston Jan. 10 Worchester Jan. 12 North Adams Jan. 31 Merrimack Feb. 5 Fitchburg Feb. 7 Lowell Tech. Feb. 11 Salem Feb. 16 Merrimack Feb. 18 Rhode Island Koza for two BASEBALL Suffolk Curry Keene Boston Salem Worchester Salem Keene Boston Fitchburg Bridgewater Worchester M.A.A. Banquet Rhode Island April 16 April 17 April 18 April 23 April 25 April 29 May 1 May 3 May 6 May 8 May 10 May 14 May 15 May 16 Coach Jim Ciszek Baseball Captain " Spike " Sintros Basketball Captain Dick Abraham © ! " i -4m J Safe at third Our loyal fans Case of mixed emotions ft M.A.A. VARIETY SHOW W.R.O. ACTIVITIES The W.R.O. offers many activities which are open to all the women of the college. It sponsors General Playdays once a month. These allow students to enjoy all sports. Its program also consists of arch- ery, badminton, basketball, bowling, field hockey, golf, modern dance, paddle tennis, softball, swimming, and volley- ball. 105 n ■ m 1 107 1 ' m JKtii,; i feW Bj " jMHW f " A | y BP 5§ !L II A» ft ' ntf V . d ?r ' ■ ftoa ' dadudJs 7 " What ' ll they think of next? " " Now I know my ABCs. ' " Who took my crayons? FACULTY OFF-GUARD " Tea for Two " ' Parents, be specific! ' " Ugh! another tuna fish sandwich! " " Well, it could be ... " " Who ' s afraid of the big bad Junior? " What — me worry? " PAST YEARS FOR ' 63 cs " Father Morin " Past cheerleaders and a Chatty Cathy DLMAR3 K)UT1C5 Freshman Leaders Remember the fun as freshmen. And away we go! M-m-m, M-m-m, Make yourself comfortable. ' " ' ■■ M i a w L 1 jjj r )M F i p . ' . " i ■ r xe f » t C t , m ' " ■ ' ' House Father 0± M ; " ' -i ' wvHIL ' W y [...■■ •-! 1 u : " M-m-m, Look at HimV Bev Fox — " Queen for a Day " 115 ■ Step-together-Step. Let ' s go strolling. 3 k Altogether now — one, two, three! " I ' ve arrived, people! " COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE Strangers when we meet 116 Sure that ' s your S.G.A. card? " There goes a two dab man. Let ' s go Hully-Gullying. jL mbA i Jp 1 1 » ta _. j p. fc SL Bj L. ifi.1 w_ « " p j i k l " Vl tW- T r II J rrfr- Es " l iw 1 r L 11 V - Ik A great pianist ic Deck the lounge » " See how easy it is? " " Car 54 . . . where are you? " Wallflowers?? " Has he come out of the office yet? " " No, John, you can ' t send it by Pony Express. ' !t—B ' Don ' t forget to wipe your feet. ' " Chin up. ' ' Us, a select group? " 119 " Comprenez-vous? " " The long and short of it. ' Seniors use the front door. Stag? 120 Ready for Modern Dance Glad you could come. " Everything else has gone wrong Standing room only " We ' ve been waiting since September. " 121 Eager young minds ' Don ' t believe it. ' I won ' t touch it. ' " Who put the fly in my soup? " The " ayes " have it. Queen Guinevere rests between acts. Where do I go now? Mr. Foy really was here! The pause that refreshes. 123 Whist-ful thinking Gush feeds mush. ' ' Pass me the funnies. ' ' But I ' m not the waitress! " " Ah! Keep scratching! 1 A- - -■■ " Where ' s the basket? " " Are you sure it ' s spiked? " " I see a tall dark man in your life. " ' ' American Snuff just dropped forty points. ' " Keep smiling . . . it ' s a stick-up. " 125 WHO ' S WHO RICHARD J. ABRAHAM Section Secretary 3; Campus Star Sports Editor 4; M.A.A. 1-4, Treasurer 3, Head of Sports 4. WARREN AUSTIN Section Secretary 3, 4; Campus Star 3; Knoll Business Manager 4; Drama Club 1-4, Vice-President 4; M.A.A. 1-4, Manager 1, 2; Iona 1-4; Le Cercle Francais 4, Senior Representative 4. FRANCES BAUSCH Campus Star 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Drama Club 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Knoll Co-Art Editor 4. CAROL BEAN M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4; Concert Choir 1-4. JANE BEAVEN W.R.O. 1-4. COSETTE BEAUDIN M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 3; Concert Band 2, 3; Jazz Society 3; Campus Star 1,3. RUTH BLACK M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Jazz Society 4. MARY BUCHINSKAS M.E.N.C. 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 4; Laboratory Band 1 ; Laboratory Choir 1 ; Campus Queen 4. KATHLEEN CALNAN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Week Committee 4. ROSEMARIE CARRO Library Representative 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2, 3; Class Day Committee 2, 3; Newman Club 1-4; Investiture Committee 3; Bowling League 2; Senior Week Committee 4; Student Government 3, 4, Social-Lecture Chairman 3, Secre- tary 4; Chairman Election Committee 4; Cheerleader 2, 3. MAUREEN CAVARRA W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Bowling League 3; Service Club 1, 2, 3; Investiture Committee 2; Knoll, Associate Editor 4; Senior Week Committee 4. MALCOLM CHRUPCALA Jazz Society 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Iona 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Concert Choir 4. MARIE CIARALDI W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Library Representative 4; New- man Club 1; Class Day Committee 3; Senior Week Com- mittee 4. WILMA A. COBB W.R.O. 1-4. MARY EILEEN CONRAD W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Class Day Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. DIANE COSTOPOULOS W.R.O. 1-4; Orphans ' Party Committee 1; Phanar Club 1-4; Treasurer 2. WILLIAM COUGHLIN Lecture Representative 1; Class Vice-President 4; Pegasus 3; Drama Club 1-4; M.A.A. 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Class Day Committee 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4; Senior Week Committee 4; Investiture Committee 4. J. JUDITH COULTER W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 4. GAIL E. CRAIG Campus Star 1; Iona 1; Knoll, Co-Literary Editor 4; W.R.O. 1-4. KATHRYN CRANE Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. CAROL ANN CROWE Knoll, Advertising Manager 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4. JOCELYN CYR M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Jazz Society 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4. DORIS C. DANCAUSE Class Treasurer 3, 4; W.R.O. 1-4, Representative 2; Class Day Committee 2; Newman Club 1-4; Investiture Committee Chairman 2, 4; Knoll, Associate Editor 4; Bowling League 2; Acting Class President 4; Senior Week Committee 4; Stu- dent Government 2, 4; Section Secretary 2. FRANCES DEVLIN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. CAROL ANN DIP ALMA W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 2, 4; Orphans ' Party Committee 1,2,3. ELLEN DUFFY Knoll, Editor 4; Student Council 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Section Secretary 1; Newman Club 1, 4, Election Committee 4. KARL DUNAKIN JR. M.E.N.C. 1-4; Iona 1-4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4. LINDA DWYER Newman Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4. CLARE EDGERLY Iona 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4. CAROLE FADDEN Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. BARBARA FARIS W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Horseback Riding 2; Modern Dance 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4, Executive Board 3. SANDRA FERREIRA Newman Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Science Club 1. MARY GAIL FITZGERALD W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Cheerleader 1-2; Knoll Staff 4. GEORGETTE M. FOURNIER Class Secretary 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. IRENE FOURNIER W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4. BEVERLEY ANN FOX Student Government Vice-President 4; Acting President 3; Section Secretary 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Class Day Committee 3; Newman Club 1-4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Campus Queen 2. HELEN LEE FRAZIER Campus Star 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Iona 1, 2, 3. 126 JACQUELINE FROST Jazz Society 1-4; M.E.N.C. 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4, Vice- President 4; Concert Band 1-4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. LINDA C. FLEISHMAN Section Secretary 1, 2; Jazz Society 1, 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 2. ANNE MARIE GARVEY W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. CONSTANCE GAUTHIER W.R.O. 1-4; Drama Club 4; Newman Club 1-4; Science Club 1. PATRICIA GAWLINSKI Class Vice-President 2, 3; W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Sports 2, Head of Swimming 2; Orphans ' Party 1, 2, 3; Pegasus Art Director 3; Knoll Co- Art Editor 4; Class Day Committee 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. CYNTHIA GLINSKI W.R.O. 1-4; Junior Prom Committee Chairman 3; Class Day Committee 1; Service Club 1-4. RONALD GODFREY Student Government 2-4, President 4; Class President 2, 3; Class Secretary 1; Election Committee 2, 3; Torch Committee 2, 3, 4; Silver Key Committee 2; Class Day Committee 1, Chairman 2, 3; M.A.A. 1-4; Senior Investiture Chairman 2; Orphans ' Party Chairman 2; S.G.A. Emergency Committee 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. Constitution Revision Committee 2; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education Committee 3. CLAIRE GRANT W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1; Newman Club 1-4. MAUREEN B. GUERIN Section Secretary 1; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2. MARY HAJJAR W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1, 2; Class Day Committee 2; Newman Club 1; Senior Week Committee 4; Orphans ' Party Committee 2, 3. KATHLEEN M. HAMMOND W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4. MARY HARRINGTON W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1; Newman Club 1-4. CYNTHIA M. HARRIS Drama Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. MAUREEN HAYES Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. SHIRLEY HAVEN M.E.N.C. 1-4; Jazz Society 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Concert Choir 1-4; Concert Band 1-4. MARGARET HENNESSEY Class Secretary 3, 4; Orphans ' Party Committee 2, 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1; Science Club 1; Class Day Committee 2; Newman Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Week Committee 4. MARGARET HEWETT W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 3, 4; Service Club 1-4. CATHERINE INGALLS Class Treasurer 2; Orphans ' Party Committee 1, 2, 3; Class Day Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. MICHAELINA JUDGE Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. MARY ANN KENNEDY Class Treasurer 1; Orphans ' Party Committee 1; W.R.O. 1-4, Executive Board 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4, Executive Board 3; Class Day Committee 1. PAULINE KING Student Government 4; W.R.O. 1-4, President 4, Head of Volleyb all 3; Lecture Chairman 2; Knoll Sports ' Editor 4; Service Club 1-4; Bowling League 3; Newman Club 1, 3, 4. GENEVIEVE LAMPARIELLO M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Concert Band 1-2. EILEEN LEARY Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. BARBARA MANSEAU W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 4. MARJORIE MARSHALL W.R.O. 1-4; Science Club 1; Iona Club 1-4. JEANNE MANOUSOS W.R.O. 1-4. ELAINE LEMIRE W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. CAROLYN MASON W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4. joan McCarthy W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. Virginia McCarthy Orphans ' Party Committee 2, 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 1-3; Service Club 1-4; Bowling League 2, 3. PATRICIA McGOWAN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Orphans ' Party Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 3; Service Club 1-4; Bowling League 2, 3. NANCY McHALE W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. KATHERINE McKILLOP W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 4; Science Club 1. ROBERT MERRIFIELD Student Government 3, 4; Pegasus Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4; Class President 4; Knoll Co-Literary Editor 4; Investiture Committee 4. ANNE FRANCES MOLLOY W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. GENEVA MOLLOY Student Council Assistant Social Chairman 2; Assistant Li- brary Representative 3; Section Secretary 1, 2, 3; W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Volleyball 2, Head of Sports 3; Newman Club 1-4; Investiture Committee 2. MARGARET MOYNIHAN Knoll Photographer 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Class Day Committee 2; Newman Club 1-4; Junior Prom Committee 3. MARGARET MULCAHY W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Service Club 1, 2; Orphans ' Party Committee 1, 2. THERESA MULDOON W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Softball 2; Newman Club 1-4; Executive Board 2. 127 MARILYN MURPHY W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. LOIS NICHOLS Library Representative 3; Orphans ' Party 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4; Science Club 1 . MARGARET NICOLL Orphans ' Party Committee 3; W.R.O. 1-4. BASILLE NICOLOPOULOS Section Secretary 1, 2; Drama Club 4; Phanar Club 1-4, Secretary 1, Vice-President 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Science Club 1. JUDITH O ' BRIEN Jazz Society 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. JUDITH O ' CONNOR Student Council Public Relations Chairman 3; Newman Club 1, 4; W.R.O. 1-4. CAROL OSTERBERG Jazz Society 4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 4; Concert Band 1-4. ELLEN PAPULIS W.R.O. 1-4; Phanar Club 1-4. DOROTHY PATRONSKI W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2. BEVERLY PLACE Section Secretary 1, 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Star Captain 2, Junior Representative 3; Iona 1; Service Club 2, 3. JUDITH POOLE W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. ANN REGAN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman 1, 2. EDWARD ROBERTS M.A.A. 1-4. BEVERLY ROGERS W.R.O. 1-4, Freshman Representative 1, Head of Archery 2, Star Captain 3. ROSALINE SAAB Campus Star 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Head of Archery 2, Secretary 3, Sports Council 4; Class Day Committee 1, 2. MARGARET SANDERSON W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Orphans ' Party Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Service Club 1-4; Bowling League 3; Investiture Committee 2. JANICE SCHENA W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. MARJORIE SEMINATORE W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Badminton 3; Newman Club 4. MAUREEN SHANAHAN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4. MARILYN SHEEHY W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 4; Science Club 1. BEVERLY SMITH W.R.O. 1-4, Head of Archery 3; Newman Club 1. CAROLE STASIOWSKI W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2. DIANE SULLIVAN W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; Service Club 1-4. JOHN SALERNO Student Government 3-4; Campus Star 3, 4; Pegasus Music Editor 2, 3, 4; Knoll Music Editor 4; Drama Club 4; Jazz Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; M.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Class Day Committee 3; New- man Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4. IMELDA SULLIVAN Section Secretary 1-4; Campus Star 1-2; Drama Club 1, 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4, Executive Board 2, 4, Secretary 3; Senior Week Committee 4. DAVID TAGGART Student Government 4; Drama Club 1; Jazz Society 1-4, President 4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Iona 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SOUZA Jazz Society 1-4, Vice-President 2; M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4. LINDA THEISZ Orphans ' Party Committee 3; W.R.O. 2, 3, 4. MARY TZIKOPOULIS W.R.O. 1-4; Phanar Club 1-4. ELLEN WALSH Drama Club 3; M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Concert Choir 1-4; Concert Band 2; Orphans ' Party Committee 3; Senior Week Committee 4; Class Day Committee 3; Jazz Society 4. JUDITH WILHELMY Knoll Representative 3; Orphans ' Party Committee 3; Drama Club 1-4, Junior Representative and Senior Representative; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4, Executive Board 4. JANET HENDERSON W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club. BARBARA C. MOORE Jazz Society 1-4, Treasurer 4, Secretary 2, 3; M.E.N.C. 1-4, Representative 1, Secretary 3; Concert Choir 1-4; Secretary- Librarian 1-3; College Choir 1-4; Concert Band 4; Laboratory Band 4; Brass Ensemble 4; M.E.N.C. 4; Bops Pops 4; Spring Shows 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Iona Fellowship 1-2. EDWARD KELLY M.A.A. 1-4, President 4; Student Council 4; Basketball 1-3; Baseball 1-4. ETTA DIANNE FREEDMAN Drama Club 2-4, President 4; Bald Soprano 3; M.E.N.C. 2-4, Social Chairman 4; Minerva in Orpheus 4; Campus Star 4; Concert Choir 2-4; Student Council 4; Senior Investiture Committee 4; Parents ' Day Committee 4; Dedication Com- mittee 4. HARRY TONG M.E.N.C. 1-4; Concert Band; M.A.A. Show Band. 1-4; Concert Choir; THOMAS M. TOOHEY Concert Band 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Representative 1, Sergeant- at-Arms 2, Vice-President 4; Lab Choir 1-3; Concert Choir 4; Director of Woodwind Ensemble 4; Spring Musical 1-4, Co- producer 4; Jazz Society 1-4; Newman Club; Festival Chorus 1-4. CHARLES CAMPIONE Concert Band 1-4; College Chorus 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4. 128 FRESHMEN RONALD ALLARD 375 Pawtucket Street Lowell, Mass. SANDRA AMBOIAN 407 Walker Street Lowell, Mass. PETER ANDERSON 14 Hemengway Street Methuen, Mass. ANDREW ANDRICOPOLOUS 148 Cross Street Lowell, Mass. JO ANN ARDANGA 40 Bowdoin Street Medford, Mass. MARY BAINES 57 Rolfe Street Lowell, Mass. JOHN BARNICLE 26 Sparks Street Lowell, Mass. MAUREEN BARRETT 8 Swan Avenue Methuen, Mass. JUNE BATAKIS 63 Strathan Street Lowell, Mass. ROGER BELANGER 45 Brookfield Street Lawrence, Mass. BEVERLY BELBIN 91 Adams Street Lexington, Mass. FRANCES BELOTTI 10 Concord Turnpike Lexington, Mass. ELAINE BIENVENUE 391 Salem Street Lawrence, Mass. BRIAN BLACKBURN 86 Warthen Street Lowell, Mass. THOMAS BOWSER 64 Fourth Street Lowell, Mass. ELAINE BUCKLEY 1 1 Joyce Street Chelmsford JOYCE BUCKLEY 62 Pine Street Lawrence, Mass. MARY BUDGE 53 Barasford Avenue Lowell, Mass. ARTHUR BURNHAM 39 Concord Road Billerica, Mass. JOSEPH CALIRI 51 Flint Street Somerville, Mass. JOHN CALLAHAN 115 Gorham Street Chelmsford, Mass. ANN CAMPBELL 78 Warwick Street Lowell, Mass. NOREEN CANELAS McDonald Road Wilmington, Mass. LINDA CARKIN Lawudale Road Tyngsboro, Mass. PENELOPE CARSON 55 Falmarth Street Alteboro, Mass. STERLING CASSABOOM 178 Liberty Street Randolph. Mass. CATHERINE CASSELL 1 Salem Street Lawrence, Mass. THERESE CHAMPIGNY 1 10 Seventh Avenue Lowell, Mass. DONALD CHASE 6 Freeport Avenue Methuen, Mass. CAROL CHRISTOPHERSON 1 3 Forbes Avenue Burlington, Mass. JACQUELINE CHWALEK 5 Ashland Avenue Methuen, Mass. PATRICIA CLOWERY 1248 Lawrence Street Lowell, Mass. PATRICIA COLDWELL Grove Street Westford, Mass. PAUL COLELLA 245 Cross Street Winchester, Mass. MAURA CONLON 1 8 Epping Street Lowell, Mass. BARBARA COTE 18 James Street Burlington, Mass. CAROLYN COUTURE 62 Nesmith Street Lawrence, Mass. CAROLYN COUZA 646 Gidley Road North Dartmouth, Mass. CAROL CRAIG 1276 Methuen Street Dracut, Mass. SARA CRAVELIN Lowell Street Dunstable, Mass. LEO CREEGAN 63 South Loring Street Lowell, Mass. DAVID CUNNINGHAM 199 Wilder Street Lowell, Mass. MICHAEL DABRANSKY 113 Jewett Street Lowell, Mass. CAROL DANGO 28 Elijah Street W°burn, Mass. HAROLD DEANE 1 1 Cross Street Middleboro, Mass. CONSTANCE DENNARO 21 Meadowbrook Road Methuen, Mass. GERTRUDE DINAN 2 Granger Street Lawrence, Mass. PAULA DI PIETRO 54 Forest Street Winchester, Mass. MARY DOHERTY 51 Garfield Avenue Woburn, Mass. SHEILA DOUGHTY 25 Crescent Street Lowell, Mass. MRS. CHRISTINE DOW High Street Dunstable, Mass. LEDA DROUIN 324 Forest Street Methuen, Mass. ALBERT DUMOND 35 Adams Street Lawrence, Mass. ANTOINETTE DURSO 5 Durso Avenue Lawrence, Mass. MARISSA EPPOLITA 32 Meridian Street Melrose, Mass. ELAINE FAFARD 12 Hedge Street Fairhaven, Mass. LAUREL FARIA 1335 Lawrence Street Melrose, Mass. GERALD FARMER Grace Avenue Shrewsbury, Mass. BRIAN FEENEY 19 Kinsman Street Lowell, Mass. PAUL FERNALD 17 Daniel Terrace Peabody, Mass. KAREN FOLEY 53 Governor Road Stoneham, Mass. MARY F ORTUNE 170 Saratoga Street Lawrence, Mass. ALBERT FRANCIS Meadowbrook Road Methuen, Mass. MARY FURLONG 283 Methuen Street Lowell, Mass. KATHLEEN GARVEY 429 High Street Lawrence, Mass. LINDA GASTONGUAY 49 Brookside Avenue Belmont, Mass. SHARON GIBSON 283 Stevens Street Lowell, Mass. PENELOPE GIKAS 105 Liberty Street Lowell, Mass. MARY GILMAN 94 Eighteenth Street Lowell, Mass. GERALD GOASTANIAN 5 Conduit Street Lawrence, Mass. JANE GOODALE 92 Leaminster Road Luxemburg, Mass. 129 WALTER GORDON 332 Park Avenue New Bedford, Mass. SUSAN GREENWOOD 5 Exiter Street Lawrence, Mass. LUCY GRILLO 1 Turner Street Lawrence, Mass. STUART GUNN 534 Pleasant Street Athol, Mass. NANCY GUYMONT 35 Mert Avenue Lowell, Mass. BARBARA HADLEY 16 Silver Street Haverhill, Mass. JACQUELINE HAMEL 70 Cross Street Lawrence, Mass. GAYLE HAMILTON 4 South Vernon Road Belmont, Mass. WILLIAM HASSEY 168 Spruce Street Lawrence, Mass. CAROLYN HASTINGS 15 Quoboas Street Warren, Mass. KATHERINE HAYES 18 High Street North Billerica, Mass. JOANNA HEDRICK 180 Chelmsford Road Chelmsford, Mass. THOMAS HEDRICK 9 Clark Circle Randolph, Mass. LINDA HERING 89 Brookfield Street Lawrence, Mass. CAROLYN HILDEBRAND 30 Cornell Street Lawrence, Mass. JOHN HITRON 63 Emerson Street Wakefield, Mass. KATHLEEN HOLLAND 60 Blossom Street Lowell, Mass. PRISCILLA HOPKINS 17 Maud Graham Circle Burlington, Mass. MARY HOYT 35 Groton Road North Chelmsford, Mass. MARILYN HUGHES 7 Mill Street Dracut, Mass. LEA HUSE 1537 Lakefield Avenue Dracut, Mass. RICHARD HYLAND 33 Emerson Street Wakefield, Mass. CHARLENE IMBERNINO 35 Evergreen Street Chelmsford, Mass. DIANA IMBIMBO Collage Street Wilmington, Mass. SHARYN JOYCE 23 North Warren Street Woburn, Mass. ELAINE KACHDORIAN 15 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. SANDRA KAVIGIAN 28 Outlook Drive Lexington, Mass. LINDA KELLEY Mariposa Avenue Lowell, Mass. MAUREEN KELLEY Mariposa Avenue Lowell, Mass. BONNIE KING 1800 Turnpike Road North Andover, Mass. GEORGE KOKINOS 65 Sycaniace Street Lowell, Mass. DONNA KOSIDLO 370 Arlington Street Dracut, Mass. BARBARA KUNSTLER 58 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. LORRAINE LALLY 6 Putnam Road Pinehurst, Mass. GERTRUDE LASPINA 158 Maiden Street Maiden, Mass. JOAN LEAH 105 Foster Street Lawrence, Mass. NANCY LEBLANC 51 Prescott Street Medford, Mass. ELAINE LEMASURIER 160 Dunstable Road North Chelmsford, Mass. CAROL LEN 78 Wilson Drive Framingham, Mass. VIRGINIA LESSARD 303 Sladen Street Dracut, Mass. PATRICIA LESTER 46 Twelfth Street Lowell, Mass. EVELYN LINDQUIST 7 Ross Road Lexington, Mass. JANICE LOS 1 East River View Place Methuen, Mass. JUSTINE LOS 1 East River View Place Methuen, Mass. SUSAN LUND 22 Oak Hill Road Westford, Mass. MARY LYNCH 130 Van Greenby Road Lowell, Mass. M. NANCY LYNCH Prospect Road Andover, Mass. JAMES MAC DONALD 808 Main Street Weymouth, Mass. MAUREEN MACNICHOLL 479 Westford Street Lowell, Mass. LINDA MACRAE 200 Circuit Avenue Lowell, Mass. PENELOPE MANN Main Street Westford, Mass. JEAN MARKERIAN 90 Rangeway Road Billerica, Mass. DONNA MARTIN 1 8 East Pulnam Avenue Methuen, Mass. SHEILA MCALEA 140 Oak Street Methuen, Mass. HELEN MC ANDREW 1 9 Wenthrop Avenue Methuen, Mass. JANE MCCARTHY 10 Benney Street Andover, Mass. MAUREEN MCCARTHY 167 Wood Street New Bedford, Mass. JOHN MC GOVERN 103 Olive Avenue Lawrence, Mass. DAVID MCHUGH 5 Durant Street Lowell, Mass. DOUGLAS MCINTOSH 28 Woodside Drive Topsfield, Mass. FLORENCE MC KENNA Wash Road Billerica, Mass. SALLAY MC KEW 15 Patton Street Lawrence, Mass. DONNA MCKINEEY 1 19 Fremont Street Lawrence, Mass. CELINA METIVIER 6 1 Wellesley Avenue Lowell, Mass. PATRICIA MINIHAN 49 Parker Street North Andover, Mass. SOPHIA MITROPOULOS 5 Vail Court Cambridge, Mass. JOHN MOORE 499 Stevens Street Lowell, Mass. THOMAS MOORE Keyes Road Westford, Mass. RONALD MORRELL 126 George Street Arlington, Mass. ANNA MARIE MORRISSEY 265 Princess Street Saint John, N. B. MARLENE MOYNIHAN 23 Duren Avenue Lowell, Mass. JUDITH MULVEY 25 Livingston Street Lowell, Mass. CORNELIA NELLIGAN 18 Daniels Street Lowell, Mass. MARY ANNE O ' BRIEN 37 Cedar Street Lowell, Mass. RITA O ' BRIEN 45 West Street Lowell, Mass. 130 ROGEAN O ' BRIEN 88 Trull Lane East Lowell, Mass. NEAL O ' LOUGHLIN 322 Ames Street Lawrence, Mass. JOHN O ' NEILL 50 Dursco Avenue Lawrence, Mass. KATHLEEN O ' NEILL 97 Stearns Avenue Lawrence, Mass. DOROTHY PACULA 38 Methuen Street Lowel l, Mass. PRISCILLA PAULET 126 Lowell Avenue Haverhill, Mass. EMILLIE PAPPAZISIS 29 Angela Avenue Shrewsbury, Mass. RALPH PEARCE 36 Floroer Lane Dracut, Mass. GERALDINE PELLETIER 7 Maple Court Andover, Mass. CAROLE PRENTISS 27 Wright Road Ayer, Mass. MARILYN RAFUSE 20 Chestnut Avenue Burlington, Mass. MARTHA REIDY 107 Warwick Street Lowell, Mass. WILLIAM RIDER 77 Cocasset Street Foxboro, Mass. MARY JO ROBERTO 364 Wilder Street Lowell, Mass. HILDE ROYMANS 257 Chelmsford Street Chelmsford, Mass. DONNA RYAN 29 Dorchest Street Lawrence, Mass. RICHARD SAVARD 1130 Lakeview Avenue Methuen, Mass. BRENDA SHAHEEN 4 Caswell Avenue Methuen, Mass. ELEANOR SHEEHAN 98 Lexington Street Cambridge, Mass. PATRICIA SHEEHY 70 Arlington Street Methuen, Mass. DOROTHY SHERWOOD 12 Madiline Terrace Tyngsboro, Mass. JOHN SHIELDS 181 West London Street Lowell, Mass. VAUGHAN SIGOUIN 35 Osgood Avenue Lowell, Mass. ARTHUR SMITH 135 Middlesex Street North Chelmsford, Mass. JUDITH SMITH 25 Byron Street Wakefield, Mass. CHARLES SPIEWAK 1 Cleves Street Rockport, Mass. PAMELA SPINNEY 7 C Street Lowell, Mass. MARY STANAVICH 4 Hazel Square Lowell, Mass. RICHARD STE. MARIE 28 South Wipple Street Lowell, Mass. CARLA STUPAKEWICZ Foster Avenue Billerica, Mass. MAUREEN SULLIVAN 17 Harwick Road Wakefield, Mass. ROBERTA TAPPER 148 Foster Street Lowell, Mass. ALLAN TIMMINS 392 Westford Square Lowell, Mass. RICHARD TODD 172 Salem Street Wakefield, Mass. PAULA ULIANO 3 1 Bradford Street North Andover, Mass. ROBERT UPTON 38 Aubura Street Woburn, Mass. PATRICIA VAUGHAN 41 Rockingham Street Lowell, Mass. CYNDA WADE 27 Aldred Street Woburn, Mass. GORDON WALSH 93 1 South Street Tewksbury, Mass. MARIBETH WALSH 152 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. RICHARD WALSH 14 Wall Street Everett, Mass. DOROTHY WASHBURN Allen Street Marion, Mass. DAVID WEBB 5 Colledge Avenue Natick, Mass. DIANA WETHERBEA 34 Pine Street North Billerica, Mass. CAROL WICKENS 22 Merrill Street Methuen, Mass. WAYNE WILKINSON 663 Essex Street Lawrence, Mass. RITA WINDHEIM 10 Laws Brook Road West Concord, Mass. CASSANDRA WINTER 1 165 Shawsheen Road Tewksbury, Mass. 131 PEARL ADAMOWSKI 33 Willard St. Lowell, Mass. GEORGE ANASTOS 25 Ware St. Lowell, Mass. GEORGIA ATHAS 1953 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. JANE BARANOWSKI 105 Eighteenth St. Lowell, Mass. JUDITH BARRY 89 Trenton St. Lawrence, Mass. CLAIRE BELAND 487 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. MARIE BERNABIE 5 Cushing Ave. Medford. Mass. STEVEN BERNARD 131 Humphery St. Marblehead, Mass. DAVID BERRY 19 Lillian St. Randolph, Mass. VERA BLAKE Mill Street West Groton, Mass. ROSEMARIE BOMBARA 50 Lowden Ave. Sommerville 44, Mass. JANICE BOWMAN . 67 Chestnut Street Andover, Mass. BETSY BRADLEY 115 Montvale Ave. Woburn, Mass. SHARON BRENNAN 89 Dorchester Street Lawrence, Mass. RONALD BROUGH 36 Temple Street Fitchburg, Mass. ANN BRUNDIGE 2160 Main Street Walpole, Mass. MARILYN BURNS 8 Ripley Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. ELIZABETH CALLAHAN 34 Tremlett Street Dorchester, Mass. CAROLE-JEAN CAMPIONE 98 Waverly Rd. No. Andover, Mass. PAULINE CARUSO 55 School Street Woburn, Mass. LENORE CLOONAN 39 Ohio Ave. Lawrence, Mass. MARGARET CONNAUGHTON 43 Hastings Street Lowell, Mass. CAROL CONNOLLY 8 Wider Ave. Lowell, Mass. MICHAEL CONNOLLY 100 Myrtle Street Lowell, Mass. SOPHOMORES RAMONA CORCORAN 4 Sanborn Street Lowell, Mass. ROSEMARIE COSTANZA 8 Tremont Street Woburn, Mass. MARGARET CRAFTON 275 Farnham St. Lawrence, Mass. MARY DALEY 1 1 1 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. JANE DE MARCHI 42 Westwood Rd. Stoneham, Mass. ANN DETESO 1 1 Lake Ave. Woburn, Mass. CARMA DIBIASO 44 Laural Ave. Bradford, Mass. JOANNE DIERAEUER 407 Main St. Haverhill, Mass. CLAIRE DOMPIERRE 62 Thomas St. New Bedford, Mass. MARY DONOVAN 117 Sylvester Ave. Winchester, Mass. LEONA DOYLE 33 Forest St. Woburn, Mass. THOMAS DUFFY 67 R. Mt. Pleasant St. Woburn, Mass. MARTHA DUNN Rio Vista Billerica, Mass. KATHERINE ERWIN 17 Du Merke St. Lowell, Mass. PAUL FARLEY 385 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. ELAINE FECCHIA 20 Valley Rd. Medford, Mass. IRENE FILTEAU 39 South Bowdoin St. Lawrence, Mass. CHARLENE FOX 86 Agawam St. Lowell, Mass. NANCY GARLAND 623 Chandler St. Tewksbury, Mass. LINDA HARRIS 25 Lake Ave. Leicester, Mass. PAUL HARVEY 409 Salem St. Medford, Mass. BEVERLY HABERMAN 28 Navy Yard Rd. Dracut, Mass. CHARLES HEDRICK 9 Clark Circle Randolf, Mass. LINDA HERMANN Groton Rd. Westford, Mass. JEAN HIGGINS 3 Main St. Woburn, Mass. MARY HOGAN 1 1 Fairgrove Ave. Lowell, Mass. NANCY INGLIS 15 Eighth St. Lowell, Mass. MARIELENA JACOPPI Middlesex Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. SHERYLL JACKSON 6 Cyr Dr. Lawrence, Mass. DENISE JOHNSON 24 Bridge St. Fairhaven, Mass. JANET JOHNSON 85 Varney St. Lowell, Mass. MARGARET KANE 164 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. ANN KEARNEY 45 Woburn St. Lowell, Mass. MARY KELLEHER 55 South Grove St. Bradford, Mass. ROBERT KENNEDY Dunstable, Mass. JOAN KLEPACZ 258 East Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. JOANNE KLEPONIS 60 Kendall St. Lawrence, Mass. ELEANOR KOCHANEK 47 Arkansas Drive Dracut, Mass. EMILY LANDRY 20 Gray St. Wilmington, Mass. JEANNE LANTAGNE 43 Ohio Ave. Lawrence, Mass. VICTOR LAPOINTE 1928 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. ELLEN LEAHY 54 Lakeview Ave. Tewksbury, Mass. JANET LEAHY 13 SudlamSt. Lowell, Mass. ALFRED LECLAIR 17 Gold St. Lowell, Mass. JOAN LEGENDRE 136 Chestnut St. Andover, Mass. ANN LISIEN 53 Foster St. Lowell, Mass. WILLIAM LYNCH 65 Shawsheen Rd. Lawrence, Mass. FRANK LYNN 194 East Denver Saugus, Mass. 132 RUTH MAC DONALD 1 1 Oliver Drive Dracut, Mass. PHILLIP MAC SWEENEY 231 A Spring St. Medford 55, Mass. ROBERT MALONEY 2 Birchwood Rd. North Wilmington, Mass. JULIA MANTERE 1 1 Manning St. Woburn, Mass. JANE MARKIEWICZ 50 Fulton St. Lowell, Mass. ELAINE MARSHALL 19 Newhall St. Lowell, Mass. MAURA MARTIN 34 Marshall St. Lowell, Mass. judith McCarthy 84 Osgood St. Lawrence, Mass. JANICE McCOY 8 Roderick Ave. Beverly, Mass. ANABELL McDEVITT 273 High St. Lowell, Mass. brian Mcdonough 459 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. joan McDonnell 24 School St. Lawrence, Mass. ANNE McGINLEY 686 Salem St. South Groveland, Mass. MARYJANE McMANUS 36 Llewellyn St. Lowell, Mass. LOUISE MELARAGNI 12 Cro ss St. Woburn, Mass. LINDA MERTEN 575 Pond St. Hansen, Mass. GARLEND MONIZ 127 Diman St. Fall River, Mass. RICHARD MOUSSEAU 26 Stanley St. Lowell, Mass. DONNA MURPHY 432 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. ANNMARIE NEAULT 86 Willie St. Lowell, Mass. EVA NEWBURY 3025 South Athol R. Athol, Mass. ROBERT NOONAN 78 South Loring St. Lowell, Mass. NANCY NUGENT 30 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. MARY O ' DOWD 55 O ' Brien Terrace Lowell, Mass. MELISSA O ' HARE 80 Fifth St. Lowell, Mass. ELLEN O ' LEARY 213 Parkview Ave. Lowell, Mass. SANDRA OLIVER 221 Douglas Rd. Lowell, Mass. JOANNE O ' NEILL 28 Spring Ct. Ext. Woburn, Mass. REBECCA PACKER 70 Hampstead St. Methuen, Mass. SANDRA PAULENKA 37 Mead St. Lowell, Mass. ROBERT PERRY 37 Milwood Ave. Dracut, Mass. KAREN PETERS 23 Pilling St. Haverhill, Mass. PATRICIA PETRILLO 6 Ferry St. Lawrence, Mass. MAUREEN PUCHTLER 57 Phillips St. La wrence, Mass. JUDITH PULSIFER 670 Bridge St. Lowell, Mass. KENNETH RALPH 11 Colby St. Lawrence, Mass. RONALD RANDALL 1508 Bridge St. Dracut, Mass. KATHLEEN RAWLY 17 Clyde Ave. Dracut, Mass. PATRICIA REYNOLDS 174 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. ELAINE RIZOS 1 2 Charmers Rd. Worcester, Mass. LOUISE ROCHE 328 Lexington St. Woburn, Mass. MARY ELLEN ROCHE 116 Fountain St. Haverhill, Mass. SHARON RODGERS 14 Windsor St. Methuen, Mass. BETSY SACCOCIA 82 School St. Middleboro, Mass. RUBY ST. CLAIRE 88 Ashland Ave. Methuen, Mass. CAROL ST. JEAN 62 Fairfield St. Lowell, Mass. 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