University of Massachusetts Lowell - Sojourn / Knoll Yearbook (Lowell, MA)

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The Knoll State College at Lowell Lowell, Massachusetts PRESIDENT O ' LEARY The majority of America ' s 1200 colleges are as simi- lar as peas in a pod. To achieve distinction a small college must pursue excellence in unique and special- ized fields. We have therefore concentrated our scarce resources to enrich a limited number of programs — elementary, music, English, biology, history. Together we have pursued excellence. We hope to achieve dis- tinction. 1966 salutes a new growth in students, in structure and in song — " Castalia is the name of that font in the hill ' s fold The river below Concordia Templum aedificans, not yet marble, Amphion! " DEDICATION The editors dedicate the 1966 Knoll to Mr. Willis Traphagen, instructor in Mu- sic Education here at the college. Mr. Traphagen is also both the yearbook and the Senior Class Adviser. We extend our appreciation to Mr. Traphagen for his help and counsel for the Class of ' 66 and the production of the 1966 Knoll. EDUCATION BUILDING HUMANITIES BUILDING SCIENCE BUILDING ACROSS THE CAMPUS At L.S.C. one often sees students walking to class . . . in class . . . in the lounge . . . the bookstore . . . in the caf . . . other places and peculiar 10 Activities KNOLL CONTEST The " Miss Knoll " contest is an annual choice, first by the students of the col- lege, and then by impartial judges, for a popular and personable co-ed to be the yearbook queen. The 1966 " Miss Knoll " is Miss Charlea Martin, class of 1969. From left to right: first runner up, Mary Lou Fortune, ' 66; Queen, Charlea Martin, ' 69; sec- ond runner up, Paula Lynch, ' 67. KNOLL DANCE 13 " THE PRODIGAL " For its winter production this year, the drama club performed " The Prodigal, " by Jack Richardson. The three act play was directed by Mrs. Barbara Shulman. Backstage, a few days before opening night, was a maze of activity with the fitting of costumes, the preparation of make-up and the perfecting of parts. ■ 1 s , __ RL m ' 71 m f M » ? 2 j m 1 14 Then " The Prodigal " was ready for opening night and the audiences . . . Barry, Dick and Ralph entertain. THE CHRISTMAS PARTY Dave Taylor sure can smile. Will the girl with the extra pair of legs please stand up. 16 gin lllstii ' .iiiSiil ' OT !m!I!! , " ,, ' ' , " » ' ' ' » ' , " .i ' ». r. , , ' , s ' » ■• " -•) " •••«» ' iHiimttiUt£ ' .li ' . ' .:Z» i Gift giving between the sister classes is a tradition of Christmas at L.S.C. Relaxing with friends is a part of the party, too. , Talent waiting to perform. 17 M A A VARIETY SHOW ( ■ V L- K v It £J j k€ ' 1 SENIOR INVESTITURE Investiture is the formal presentation of caps and gowns, the symbol of scholasti- cism and the teaching profession, to the graduating seniors. Here the Class of ' 66 participates in the traditional ceremony. 20 fK M 1 21 Athletic contests. The M.A.A. President presents the Campus Queen, San- dra Kavigian, and her court. The King, Roger Landry, with the Queen and the Cam- pus King representatives. SPORTS NIGHT i | 1 BjT - -— fc. .. »-■ - .... • The faculty — cheerleader basketball game. Freshman-J unior Night here at L.S.C. is the official " get acquainted " time for the sister classes. Big brothers and sisters search out little brothers and sisters, then sit down to a buffet supper and entertain- ment while they chat. Meanwhile Sopho- more girls hostess to add to the totally fun evening. t£i - ' - 31 I ' - V ■H HBH H 23 SENIOR DANCE Arthur Murray ' s proteges?? Round-table discussion. 24 After this picture we ' ll sail away in my destroyer. I ' d rather fight than switch. Senior Class President and Secretary. A penny for their thoughts. The Pearce charm in action. SERVICE CLUB Each Christmas season L.S.C. students, under the direc- tion of Dr. Patricia Goler and Mrs. Irene O ' Loughlin, unite to provide gifts for children of needy greater Lowell families. Most of the gifts are gathered from the student body and faculty members, but the students themselves make many things such as stuffed toys, mit- tens and hats in the workshop. 26 Clubs SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS From left to right: William Hassey, Vice President; Brenda Furlong, Library Rep.; Leo Creegan, President; Mr. Willis Traphagen, Advisor; Sophie Mitropolis. Treasurer; Sharon Gibson. Secretary. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Back from left to right: Kathy Zangari, Vice President; Mary Ann Tighe, Library Rep. Front: Barry Low, President; Nancy Rocheford. Secretary; Dr. Joseph Williams, Advisor. 28 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Mr. Andrusaitis, Advisor; No rmand DAmour, President; Mona Manzi, Secretary. Standing: Gertrude Carey, Library Representative; John Golec, Vice President; Ann DeFrancisco, Treasurer. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Seated: Mary Jane Creegan, Treasurer; John Reilly. President; Maureen Power. Library Representative; Mr. Olday. Advisor. Standing: Linda Signorino. Secretary; Frank Baglioni. Vice President; Rosemary Gangi. Knoll Representative. 29 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Public Relations Chairman Cultural Chairman Assistant Treasurer Assistant Secretary Assistant Social Chairman ASSOCIATION Ralph Pearce Hilde Roymans Roger Landry Richard Savard Diana Shadan Bob Gilman Ellen O ' Hara Carol Budge Kathy Ferreira Jean Cocoran 30 September 30, 1965 Dick Savard made a motion to table the discussion on converting from a college yearbook to a senior . . . S.G.A. Advisor, Dr. Torielli ■ V ■ - — -i nn b % . ■-5p " 31 THE KNOLL KNOLL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Layout Editor Photography Editor Literary Editor Advertising Manager Men ' s Sports Editor Assistant Men ' s Sports Editor Women ' s Sports Editor Advisor Cynda Wade Patricia Vaughan Maribeth Walsh Rita Windheim Mary Ann Stanavich Donna McKinley Ralph Pearce John Shields Martha Reidy Mr. Willis Traphagen Benrimo was here. 4H y £ CAMPUS STAR CAMPUS STAR STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager News Editor Feature Editor Photography Editor Men ' s Sports Editor Women ' s Sports Editor Assistant Women ' s Sport Ed. Art Editor Editorial Assistant Special Consultant Stephen Francis Charles Peverill Eleanor Sheehan Dennis Smith Stan Jacobs Bill Hassey Maribeth Walsh Marjorie Riddick Elizabeth Fisher Ann Mulholland John Shields Pat Vaughan Typist Reporters and Writers: Audrey Neuringer, Jo-Ellen Corcori, Diane Simard and John Silvera 34 Conference-chatter. Time out for a little humor. The staff at paste-up. Steve reads a letter to the Editor. Steve and Dennis work together. DRAMA CLUB Left to right: Russell Carey, Treasurer; Judith Treadwell, Recording Secretary; Charles Peverill, Junior Representative; John Callahan, President; June Batakis, Vice President; Don- ald Chase, Senior Representative. 36 Left to right: President, Dianne Higson; Advisor, Mr. Plummer; Elizabeth Liakos; Paula Mechalides. HEPHAESTUS 37 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PHANAR Elizabeth Liakos, Secretary; George Skalkeas; Paula Mechalides. NEWMAN Mary Gail Lynch, Recording Secretary; Linda Herring, Vice President. Charlene Imbernino, President; Dr. Wm. Fisher, Ad- visor; Kay Sears, Treasurer; Donna Galebach, Member at large; Janet Walsh, Secretary. IONA 38 U ATHENAEUM SOCIETY Linda Delesky, Secretary; Miss Morello, Advisor; Thomas Moore, Treasurer; John Hitron, President; Linda Porter, Vice President. The Athenaeum Society this year has sponsored several science films and a panel discussion directed to the student teacher problems of the first graduating class of science majors. 39 M.A.A. The Men ' s Athletic Association, devoted to athletic and social events, is guided by its faculty advisor, Ignatius Ciszek. The MAA features a varsity and intra-mural sports program which includes baseball, basketball, wrestling, and golf. It also presents an annual variety show and hon- ors varsity and intra-mural athletes at its annual Sports Award Banquet. Standing: Dennis Canney, Social Chairman; Roger Landry, Special Co-ordinator; Dan Las- dow, Head of Sports; Fred Leahy, Secretary; John Moore, Treasurer. Seated: Ralph Bennett, Vice President; John Shields, President; Coach Ciszek, Advisor. W.R.O. IF I " ' The Women ' s Recreational Organization gives the opportunity for the women of the college to participate in a well- balanced program of sports and social events. The WRO features such activities as: basketball, volleyball, swimming, golf, dancing, and several playdays during the year. Standing: Geraldine Pelletier, Senior Representative; Mary Murray, Head of Sports; Sandra Wheaton, Sophomore Representative; Dr. H. Marie Garrity, Advisor; Lorraine Sutton, Junior Representative; Kathy De Roche, Head of Playdays. Seated: Martha Reidy, Treasurer; Penny Mann, President; Patricia Witkum, Vice President; Margie Riddick, Secretary. Missing: Linda Johnston, Freshman Representative. 40 Standing: Patricia Ryan, Secretary-Treasurer; Brenda Shaheen. Vice President. Seated: Karen Redford, President; Mr. D. Hubbard, Advisor; Patricia Vaughan, Publicity Chair- man. ALPINE SKI CLUB 41 ... an opportunity for the publishing of the creative arts of the student body. Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Poetry Editor Prose Editor Art Editor Music Editor Advisor Brian Feeney Kathleen Lenihan Kathleen Holland Anne Mulholland Russell Carey Elizabeth Fisher Robert Kulp Mr. Charles White 42 MENC Seated: Daniel Evans, Treasurer; Susan Lund, Vice President; Sterling Cossaboom, President: Carol Tapper, Secretary. Standing: Barry Low, Parliamentarian; Carole Prentiss, Social Chairman; Gerald Farmer, Sergeant at Arms; Mr. Paul Gay, Advisor. JAZZ John Donahue, President; Eugene Bartley, Treasurer. 43 ORCHESTRA BRASS CHOIR 44 SYMPHONIC WINDS LABORATORY BAND 45 CONCERT CHOIR LABORATORY CHOIRS Sports W.R.O. ACTIVITIES 48 0fc ■ • ■ j w ■ " «- •• ji " , " 49 W.R.O. ACTIVITIES 50 51 BASEBALL Standing: Fred Bourgois, Dennis Canney, Dick Cooper, Ralph Bennett, John Bergonzi, Nor- mand D ' Amour. Sealed: John Moore, David Byrnes, Captain William Hassey, Leo Creegan. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL 52 Muscle man? Gilman?? Are you serious? INTRAMURAL SPORTS The flutter kick. Tip toe thru the tulips. Wolf and his pack. It ' s a bird, it ' s a plane, it ' s SUPER COACH. 53 WRESTLING TEAM Standing: Ed Mazur, Ken Hall, Paul Marcelle, Bob Rainhagen, Joe Cormier. Kneeling: Dave Floyd, Jack Ford, Captain John Janeczko, Dave Moore, Dick Hylan. Missing: Arthur Zaino, Al Fairbrother. BASKETBALL TEAM 1 A 1 J ) r ' i i »1, Al L r ! 4M k J H P PF pfl • ' i Standing: Jim McGuirk, Gary Hunt, John McSheehy, Ralph Bennett, Dick Cooper, Bill Burns, Ralph Pearce, Doug Anderson. Kneeling: Dennis Canney, Dick Ste. Marie, Captain Leo Creegan, John Callahan, Richard Prescott. " Good luck in ' 67, Ralph " 55 Creegan shows his " stuff? ' ' Nice pass, Ralph. " Canney " leaps. " Yoo-hoo! ' HL ' " ' ;| H i i ■41 Jflk rL B r r U L 1 X JL A fl 3 Ste. Marie makes a " deal. ' 56 McSheehy takes a bow. G-E-O-R-G-E-S Try-outs for the Boston ballet?? " Lurch " lurches. 57 CHEERLEADERS Standing; Maureen O ' Connor, Karen Hauser, Mary Hassett, Jean Harbour, Lorraine Merrill, Carol Villas. Kneeling: Nancy Zolon, Gail Gervais, Captain Doreen Roche, Bunny Kelly, Donna Giles. Before the game. The ' 66 and ' 67 Captains go wild. 58 Candids 59 The library. Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z What now my love? But Peggy . . . 60 HA-Ha-Ha-Ha. Peek-a-boo He went that-a way. Wake up, you ' re at a dance. 61 He touched me. Time out for little news . . How can we tell Phyllis? Eh! Who are they, and what are they doing? Good, it ' s the same test as last year ' s! Little does he know it explodes. It ' s hard to remember when the first table in the Caf didn ' t belong to the Senior Music Majors. 63 WOULD YOU BELIEVE ??? $17.50? I wouldn ' t. the ladies room? 64 a blond with blue eyes? all these people just happened to be there? 3:00 A.M. 65 Happiness is . . . True love. A cup of cheer. Having passed methods. 66 Painting to the stripper. a beard. 67 Happiness is (con ' t) . . . An even distribution. A scintillating day in the Caf. Graduation getting the Campus Star. being scarfed by Barney. your favorite records in the library. these guys singing on key. 69 Our Faculty At Their Best ??? Do we dare play cards here? Should we go to the basketball game or the dance? You are sleepy . . . very, very sleepy. 70 People . . Would you believe 400 pages for tonight. For our next fashion we have . . ■■MH How many " cats " will we skin this semester? 71 Looking Back on . . . Freshman Year 72 ft 1 1 V Tl , «MkS Xu A - 73 Sophomore Year 74 75 Junior Year K fc. - -. LI Wf3 1 r 1 in .ii " " " - iJ - £ • 1 1 7 k i ' CAMPUS CANDIDS iims W -ME SltylVAI. 78 uinncn unnut trfo, HU1CHI2 P " " mm is « " K«B« JW.K.H. 79 mm m 80 81 82 83 ■Xllf 85 SENIORS ON CAMPUS 86 " V r 87 88 89 Hi 1 13 - 91 92 ?Ot Faculty, Administration and Staff 93 May you use the great talents granted to you to help your fellow man to achieve a life as useful and peaceful as the one you have enjoyed at your alma mater. JOHN J. FISHER Professor, Biology Academic Dean A.B., Saint John ' s University; A.M., Ed.D. : Columbia University Is this the end or the beginning? Have you found the way to a better life? What- ever path you follow or goal you seek, give always your best effort. Strive to un- derstand your fellow man. Respect him. Give sustained attention to his good. In this way you will find happiness. As you achieve your goals, remember there once was a beginning and the be- ginning was Lowell. Be loyal to your col- lege. MARY E. McGAUVRAN Professor, Education Dean of Women Director of Admissions B.S. Ed., State College at Ed.D., Boston University Lowell; Ed.M.. 94 PATRICIA A. GOLER Professor, Chairman of History Education A.B., Regis College; A.M., Ph.D., Boston College In 1964, President Johnson told Con- gress that, " We are citizens of the richest most fortunate nation in the history of the world . . . (but) there are millions of Americans . . . who have not shared in the abundance which has been granted to most of us . . . (therefore) I have called for a national war on poverty. Our objective: total victory . . . We do this, first of all because it is right . . . " This is your challenge! May you be in the front ranks and m ay total victory be yours. You will begin your teaching at an interesting time in history. Be sure to keep yourself in- formed of world happenings so that your classroom will be a challenging place in which to learn. MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE Professor, Chairman of Profes- sional Education Director, Student Teaching and Placement B.S. Ed., Marywood College; A.M., Boston University WILLIAM H. MALONE Professor, Chairman of Science Education B.S., Ed.M., Boston College; Ed.D., Boston University In our day it is commonplace to think that " science " has the answers to all our problems. It has not, neither have I. neither have you. We do have something equally as important. We have the questions. Concentrate on these, classify them, simplify them, so that at some future date some of you may replace your question marks with exclamation points. EDWARD F. GILDAY Professor, Chairman of Music Education B.S. Mus., A.M., New York University; D.Mus.A., Boston University You have survived where others have failed, and you have every reason to be proud of this accomplishment. Whatever reservations you may have about your abilities, keep in mind that you are, in fact, a highly trained person with very real skills, which are, in turn, supported by a broad background of knowledge. The world needs your skill and knowl- edge. Be generous with them, and you will reap rewards far beyond your expec- tations. Good luck. 95 At a time when the word equality is much used, and abused, remember that: True education makes for inequality; The inequality of individuality, The inequality of success; The glorious inequality of talent, of genius; For inequality, not mediocrity, indi- vidual superiority, not standardization, is the measure of the progress of the world. Felis E. Schelling, " Pedagogically Speaking, " 1929. To the graduating class of 1966, and especially to the first graduates of the Bi- ology Major, go my most sincere wishes for happiness, satisfaction in achieve- ment, and " inequality of success " in their chosen field. ETHEL KAMIEN Assistant Professor, Biological Science A.B., Brooklyn College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin " Look homeward angel, " Mil- ton said, and his saying is valid today. Man ' s relation to outer reality is important, of course, but man must not forget his commitment to himself. And he made answer: Follow but thy star; Thou canst not fail to win the glorious haven, If in glad life my judgment did not err. " Dante, Inferno, XV,55-57. WILLIAM C. BURTO Professor, Chairman of English Education A.B., Colgate University; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University ANDREW TORIELLI Associate Professor, Romance Languages A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University Having completed a significant chapter of your life, seek now to create your phi- losophy so as to weave the principles of higher education into a pattern of living which exemplifies dignity, integrity, wis- dom and judgment. Philosophy and edu- cation take as their task the advancement of man and men. " A sound mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world; he that has these two has little more to wish for. " ELIZABETH A. NEILSON Professor, Health and Physical Education B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Ed.D., Boston University CHRISTOS J. BENTAS Instructor, Classics and History A.B., M.Ed,, Boston Univer sity; M.A., Ph.D., Tufts Uni versity DEAN BERGERON Instructor, History A.B., St. Michael ' s College: A.M., Villanova University DONALD BRAVO Instructor, Music B.Mus., New England Con- servatory of Music; M.Mus., Boston University PAUL BREGOR Assistant Professor, Music A.A., B.Mus., Mus.Ed.M., ton University Bos- FORTUNATA C. CALIRI Assistant Professor, English A.B., Emmanuel College; Ed.M., State College at Boston IGNATIUS A. CISZEK Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education B.S., Arnold College; Ed.M., Boston University THOMAS CASEY Instructor, Physical Science B.S., A.M., Lowell Technologi- cal Institute WALTER P. COPLEY Assistant Professor, Mathemat- ics B.S., Ed.M.. Boston College 97 GERTRUDE M. CUNNING- HAM Assistant Professor, Education B.S., Ed.M., Boston University WILLIAM R. FISHER Professor, Music Education B.S., Mus., A.M., New York University; Ed.D., Boston Uni- versity HELEN G. DRINAN A ssociate Professor, Education B.S., Columbia University; d.M., Harvard University; d.D., Boston University H. MARIE GARRITY Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell; Ed.M., Ed.D., Boston University JOHN R. FITZGERALD Assistant Professor, History B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Boston Uni- versity DOROTHEA JUMP Instructor, Music B.Mus., New England Con- servatory; M.Mus., University of Illinois MARGARET F. GUINDON Instructor, English A.B., A.M., Boston University KALERVO KANSANNIVA Associate Professor, English B.S.Ed., Ed.M., State College at Fitchburg; A.M., Boston University 98 ALICE G. KIERNAN Assistant Professor, Education B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell; Ed.M., Boston Univer- sity JUDITH KRELL Instructor, French A.B., Brandeis University: A.M., Harvard University JOHN F. LYON Instructor, Biology A.B., M.S., University of New Hampshire RICHARD G. LYONS Assistant Professor, Philosophy B.S., M.Ed.. Ph.D.. Boston University CHARLES R. MEEHAN Associate Professor, Librarian B.S., Ed.M., Boston College; M.S.. L.S., Simmons College THOMAS A. NORRIS Assistant Professor, Psychology B.S.Ed., M.C.S., Boston Uni- versity FREDERICK A. NORTON Associate Professor, History A.B., A.M., Boston College FREDERICK C. OLDAY Instructor, Biology B.S., Pennsylvania State Uni- versity; A.M., Harvard Univer- sity 99 LEO PANAS Assistant Professor, Art B.S., Massachusetts College of Art; Ed.M.. Fitchburg State College at DOMENIC R. PROCOPIO Associate Professor, Music A.B., A.M., Harvard Univer- sity; Ph.D., Boston University PRENTISS SHEPHERD, JR. Assistant Professor, Biology A.B., A.M., Harvard University WILLIS TRAPHAGEN Instructor, Music B.M., Ithaca College; M.M. Boston University MARGARET R. SHANNON Associate Professor, Education B.S.Ed., State College at Lowell; Ed.M., Ed.D., Harvard University GARDNER A. TILLSON Instructor, English A.B., Tufts University; A.M., Pennsylvania State University CHARLES WHITE Instructor, English A.B., Boston University; A.M., Tufts University JOSEPH WILLIAMS Assistant Professor, English A.B., A.M., University of South Carolina; A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University JOSEPH A. ZAITCHIK Assistant Professor, English A.B., Suffolk University; A.M., Ph.D., Boston University 100 ROBERT J. FOY Assistant Professor, English B.S. Ed., Plymouth State College; A.M., Ed.S., George Peabody Col- lege; Ed.M., Harvard University PAUL GAY Instructor, Music B.M., New England Conservatory of Music; M.M., Boston University RUTH ANDERSON Instructor, French B.S. Ed., State College at Lowell; Ed.M., Boston University; A.M., Bos- Ion College ELIZABETH HAYFORD Instructor, History A.B., Radcliffe College; A.M. ; vard University Har- LEONARD ANDRUSAITIS Instructor, Mathematics B.S., A.M., Boston College MARY H. HINCHEY Instructor, History A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Mis- souri JERRY MAX BERNHARD Instructor, English A.B., University of Wisconsin; Harvard University A.M.. W. DONALD HUBBARD Instructor, Science Education B.S., Ball State University; Harvard University A.M. PETER BLEWETT Instructor, History A.B., Northeastern University; Boston College A.M. JEAN HWA Librarian A.B., Cheng -Kung University; M.S.L.S., University of Portland RICHARD DERRY Instructor, History A.B., Holy Cross College; A.M., Bos- ton College NANCY MORELLO Instructor, Biology A.B., Emmanuel College; Iesley College A.M.. Wel- 101 CLAUS E. NIEUWEJAAR Instructor, Physics and Mathematics A.B., Concordia College; M.S., Uni- versity of Minnesota JOHN K. OGASAPIAN Instructor, Music Theory B.Mus., M.Mus., Boston University LYNDA SIMONEIT Instructor, Biology B.S., University of Rhode A.M., Boston University Island; NATALO PAELLA Instructor, Music B.Mus., Louisiana State University; M.Mus., New England Conservatory of Music RICHARD SUMMERS Instructor, Music B.M., M.M., New England Conserva- tory of Music ROBERT PARKER Instructor, English A.B., Colby College; University A.M., Boston DONALD SMITH Instructor, Music B.M., M.M., New England Conserva- tory of Music CARLTON PLUMMER Instructor, Art B.S., Massachusetts College of Art; A.M., Boston University RITA G. STILLMAN Instructor, Spanish A.B., University of Michigan; Harvard University A.M., MICHAEL SCHULMAN Instructor, Psychology A.B., Hunter; A.M., Tufts University CARL A. WOLF Instructor, Physics B.S., Stevens Institute of Technology; A.M., Harvard University WILLIAM WRZESIEN Instructor, Music B.S., M.Mus., New England Conserv- atory 102 ADMINISTRATION AND PERSONNEL Mrs. Francis O ' Loughlin School Nurse Mr. William F. Dunn, Assistant to the President Mrs. Wilder Dormitory Housemother OFFICE HELP — Marion Atherton, Barbara Burke, Beatrice Meagher, Dorothea Provencher, Grace McNulty. 103 CUSTODIANS A F H E L P Left to right: Armand Sevigny and Edward Aubut. Left to right: Agnes Burns, Dora Bourbeau, Estelle Olson, Alice Conlon, Paul Donnelly, Edna Davey and Peter Lambert. 104 Seniors WILLIAM HASSEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. Vice President SHARON GIBSON Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. Secretary LEO CREEGAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. President SOPHIA MITROPOULOS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. Treasurer M. BRENDA FURLONG Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. Library Representative 106 JO ANN D. ARDAGNA Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. HENRY R. AYASSE Music Education B. Mu. Ed. JUDITH SMITH BABB Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY ANN BAINES Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JOHN BARNICLE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 107 MAUREEN BARRETT Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JUNE BATAKIS Liberal Arts A.B. ROGER BELANGER Liberal Arts A.B. BEVERLY KAREN BELBIN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. BRIAN A. BLACKBURN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY LEE BUDGE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 108 C. MERRYL BUTLER Music Education B. Mu. Ed. JOSEPH A. CALIRI JR. Music Education B. Mu. Ed. JOHN CALLAHAN Liberal Arts A.B. NOREEN CANELAS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PENELOPE CARSON Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. THERfiSE A. CHAMPIGNY Biology A.B. 109 DONALD WILLIAM CHASE Liberal Arts A.B. JACQUELINE CHWALEK Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PAUL MICHAEL COLELLA English Education A.B. STERLING P. COSSABOOM Music Education B. Mu. Ed. CAROLYN COUTURE English Education A.B. CAROLYN FRANCES COUZA Music Education B. Mu. Ed. 110 HAROLD T. DEANE Music Education B. Mu. Ed. CONSTANCE DeNARO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. TRUDY DINAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PAULA JO DiPIETRO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY DOHERTY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. SHEILA DOUGHTY Biology A.B. 111 LEDA MILDRED DROUIN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. ELAINE MARGUERITE FAFARD Music Education B. Mu. Ed. GERALD J. FARMER Music Education B. Mu. Ed. BRIAN DONALD FEENEY Liberal A rts A.B. PAUL W. FERNALD Music Education B. Mu. Ed. VIRGINIA LAWRENCE FINNAGAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 112 KAREN ANN FOLEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY LOUISE FORTUNE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. ALBERT S. FRANCIS JR. Liberal Arts A.B. KATHLEEN A. GARVEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CAROL A. CRAIG GAUTHIER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PENELOPE GIKAS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 113 MARY M. GILMAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. GERALD R. GOSTANIAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. SUSAN GREENWOOD Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. LUCY MARY GRILLO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. NANCY LEE GUYMONT Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. BARBARA ANN HADLEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 114 GAYLE HAMILTON Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CAROLYN M. HASTINGS Music Education B. Mu. Ed. KATHERINE MARY HAYES Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. DIANA WETHERBEE HEALY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. THOMAS HEDRICK Music Education B. Mu. Ed. LINDA A. HERING Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 115 NATHALIE HESELTON Music Education B. Mu. Ed. JOHN W. HITRON Biology A.B. KATHLEEN A. HOLLAND English Education A.B. PRISCILLA H. HOPKINS English Education A.B. M. CYNTHIA HOYT Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARILYN M. HUGHES Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 116 LEA G. HUSE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ea. RICHARD HYLAN Music Education B. Mu. Ed. CHARLENE L. IMBERNINO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JOHN JANECZKO Liberal Arts A.B. JOAN LEAH JONES Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. ELAINE KACHADORIAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 117 SANDRA ANNE KAVIGIAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MAUREEN KELLEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. DONNA MARIE KOSIDLO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. BARBARA J. KUNSTLER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. TRUDY LaSPINA Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. NANCY DOROTHY LeBLANC Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 118 CAROL LEN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PATRICIA A. LESTER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. ANN MARIE LISIEN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JANICE GENEVIEVE LOS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JUSTINE MARY LOS English Education A.B. 119 SUSAN I. LUND Music Education B. Mu. Ed. MARY GAIL LYNCH Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. LINDA JOYCE MacRAE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PENELOPE A. MANN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. SHEILA ANN McALEA Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. HELEN ELIZABETH McANDREW Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 120 june laureen McCarthy Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MAUREEN MCCARTHY English Education A.B. JOHN McGOVERN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. DOUGLAS A. McINTOSH Music Education B. Mu. Ed. HELENE SCULLY McINTOSH Music Education B. Mu. Ed. SALLY McKEW Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 121 DONNA McKINLEY Englisli Education A.B. CELENE T. METIVIER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PATRICIA C. MINIHAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. BARBARA M. MOORE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. THOMAS MOORE Biology A.B. RONALD MORELL Music Education B. Mu. Ed. 122 ANN MARIE MORRISEY Music Education B. Mu. Ed. MARLENE FRANCES MOYNIHAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JUDITH ANNE MULVEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CORNELIA R. NELLIGAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY ANNE O ' BRIEN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. RITA O ' BRIEN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 123 ROGEAN K. O ' BRIEN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. KATHLEEN RITA O ' NEILL Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. DOROTHY PACULA Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. EMILEE J. PAPPAZISIS Music Education B. Mu. Ed. PRISCILLA ANNE PAULET Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. RALPH S. PEARCE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 124 GERALDINE PELLETIER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CAROLE PRENTISS Music Education B. Mu. Ed. MARILYN G. RAFUSE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARTHA MELINA REIDY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY JO ROBERTO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. HILDE ROYMANS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 125 DONNA MARIE RYAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. JOAN MARIA SARSON English Education A.B. RICHARD J. SAVARD Biology A.B. PATRICIA HELEN SHEEHY English Education A.B. JOHN M. SHIELDS Liberal Arts A.B. LINDA JEAN GASTONGUAY SMITH Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 126 PAMELA SPINNEY Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. MARY ANN STANAVICH Ele mentary B.S. Elem. Ed. RICHARD STE. MARIE Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CARLA M. STUPAKEWICZ Biology A.B. MAUREEN SULLIVAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CAROL ANN TAPPER Music Education B. Mu. Ed. 127 PAULA S. ULIANO Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. PATRICIA J. VAUGHAN Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CYNDA J. WADE Liberal Arts A.B. MARIBETH WALSH Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. CAROL ANN WICKENS Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. RITA L. WINDHEIM Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. 128 CASSANDRA MARY WINTER Elementary B.S. Elem. Ed. SENIOR DIRECTORY SANDRA AMBOIAN 407 Walker Street Lowell, Mass. Phanar Club 1-2; All College Choir 1; Ski Club 2; Drama Club 2-4; Hephaestus 4. JO ANN ARDAGNA 40 Bowdoin Street Medford, Mass. Section Secretary 1; Ski Club 2; Newman Club 1-2; Drama Club 1; Le Cercle Fran- cais 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4. HENRY AYASSE 12 Ellington Road Tewksbury, Mass. Secretary of Orchestra; Lab. Band 2; Con- cert Choir; Jazz Band; Orchestra; MENC; Concert Band 1. JUDITH (SMITH) BABB 14 Spaulding Street Wakefield, Mass. W.R.O.; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 4; Drama Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Senior Investiture 2; Parent ' s Day 2-4; Commence- ment 2; Playday Committee; Spring Semi- formal 2-3; Christmas Party 2-3; Class Day 3; Freshman Night. MARY ANN BAINES 21 Oak Street Brockton, Mass. Newman Club 1-3; Drama Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Choir 1; All Elementary Chorus 3. JOHN BARNICLE 87 Montgomery Avenue Lowell, Mass. MAA 1-4; MENC 2-4; Ski Club 2-4; New- man Club 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Basketball 2-4; Intramural Sports 1-4; Hootenanny 2; Spring Weekend 3; Parent ' s Day 2; Class Day 2; Sport ' s Night 3; MAA Variety 1-4; Orphan ' s Party 2; Senior Week 4. MAUREEN BARRETT 8 Swan Avenue Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-3; Ski Club 1-3; W.R.O. 1- 4; All Elementary Chorus 3. JUNE BATAKIS 63 Stratham Street Lowell, Mass. Section Secretary 1; Vice-President Drama Club 4; Drama Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Le Cercle Francais 1; MENC 3; Class Day Committee 1; Drama Club Dance Committee 4. ROGER BELANGER 45 Brookfield Street Lawrence, Mass. Section Secretary 1-2; Drama Club 1-4; French Club 1; Ski Club 1-3; MAA 1-4; Class Day 1. BEVERLY BELBIN 91 Adams Street Lexington, Mass. Drama Club 1 ; Ski Club 2-4; Hephaestus 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Parent ' s Day 3; All College Choir 1. BRIAN BLACKBURN 272 Walker Street Lowell, Mass. Section Secretary 1-4; Manager Basketball Team 3; Manager Wrestling Team 4; MAA 1-4; Newman Club 1. MARY LEE BUDGE 53 Barasford Avenue Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4: French Club 1; All Elementary Choir 3; Ski Club 1; Commencement 2; Parent ' s Day. MERRYL BUTLER 129 Central Street Auburn, Mass. Lab. Band 2-3; Non-Denominational Bible Group 3-4; Iona 2-4; MENC 2-4; Drama Club 2-4; W.R.O. 2-4; Lab. Band 2-4; Lab. Chorus 2-4; All College Chorus 2-4: Begin- ning String Ensemble; MENC Spring Pro- duction 2-4; Drama Club Production 2-4; Bops Pops 3-4. JOSEPH CALIRI 51 Flint Street Somerville, Mass. Newman Club 1-2; MAA 1-4; Jazz Club 1- 3; Lab. Choir 1-4; Lab. Band 1-4; All Col- lege Chorus 1-4; MENC 1-4. 129 JOHN CALLAHAN 115 Gorham Street Chelmsford, Mass. Drama Club 1- 4; Drama Club Treasurer 3; Drama Club President 4; French Club 1-3: MAA 1-4. NOREEN CANELAS McDonald Road N. Wilmington, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Elementary Chorus 3; Lab. Chorus 1. PENELOPE CARSON 55 Falmouth Street Attleboro, Mass. Bookstore Manager 1: Iona Club 1-2: Drama Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Choir: All Elementary Chorus 3; Freshman Night 2; Parent ' s Day 1-3; Senior Investi- ture 2. THERESE CHAMPIGNY 110 Seventh Avenue Lowell, Mass. French Club Representative 1: retary 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Section Sec- French Club 1-2; Athenaeum Society 3-4; W.R.O. 1-4. DONALD WILLIAM CHASE 6 Freeport Avenue Methuen, Mass. Drama Club 4; Stage Manager Drama Club 3; Drama Club 1-4; French Club 1-2: MAA 1-4: Intramural Football 1-2: Intramural Bas- ketball; Class Dav 1 ; Yearbook Staff 4. JACQUELINE CHWALEK 5 Ashland Avenue Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-4: Ski Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1- 4; Drama Club 1-3: Parent ' s Day 1: Class Day 1; Dance Committee 1. PAUL COLELLA 245 Cross Street Winchester, Mass. Vice-President Drarha Club 3: Drama Club 1-4; Ski Club 1-2; Newman Club 1-3: MAA 1-4: Class Day 2: MENC 1-4: Parent ' s Dav 1-3. STERLING COSSABOOM 178 Liberty Street Randolph, Mass. President MENC 4; Director Bops Pops 3; Director MAA Show 3; Vice-President Jazz Society 2; Musical Director Spring Show 3; MENC 1-4; Iona 1-2; Jazz Society 1-2; Concert Band 1-4; Lab. Choir 1-4; Brass Ensemble 2-4; All College Choir 1-4. CAROLYN COUTURE 62 Nesmith Street Lawrence, Mass. Newman Club 1-2; Drama Club 4; Spring Musical 3; W.R.O. 1-4; LeCercle Francais 1- 2; Service Club 1-4; Dance Committee 1. CAROLYN COUZA 83 Gidley Road North Dartmouth, Mass. Concert Choir 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Iona 1-3; MENC 1-4; All College Chorus; W.R.O. 1-4. LEO CREEGAN 63 So. Loring Street Lowell, Mass. Social Chairman MAA 3; President Senior Class; Captain Basketball Team 3-4; New- man Club 1-4; MAA 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Intramural Sports 1-4; MAA Dance 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Investiture 4; Spring Week-end 2-4; MAA Variety Show 1-4; Commencement 2-4; Class Day 1- 2; Senior Week 4; Class Dances 1-4. HAROLD DEANE 1 1 Cross Street Middleboro, Mass. Concert Choir 2-4; Concert Band 1-4; String Orchestra 2-3; Jazz Society 1-4; All College Choir 1-4; MENC 1-4; Woodwind Ensemble 2-4; Masters Class 4. CONSTANCE DENARO 21 Meadowbrook Road Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Ski Club 3- 4; Parent ' s Day 2-3. TRUDY DINAN 2 Grainger Street Lawrence, Mass. S.G.A. Public Relations Chairman 3; State College Coordinator 3; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 2; Chairman Parent ' s Day 3; Chairman S.G.A. Dances; Chairman Hoot- enanny 2; Class Day 1-2; Orientation Com- mittee 4. PAULA DiPIETRO 54 Forrest Street Winchester, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 3- 4; Service Club 1-4; Junior Prom Commit- tee; Freshman Orientation 3-4; Christmas Party 2-4; Parent ' s Day 2-3; Ring Commit- tee 2-3; Senior Investiture 4; Freshman Night 2-4. MARY DOHERTY 51 Garfield Avenue Woburn, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Ski Club 2- 4; Service Club 1-4; Class Day 3; Orienta- tion 3; Parent ' s Day 3; Freshman Night 2-3. SHEILA DOUGHTY 25 Cresent Street Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Athenaeum Society 3-4. LEDA DROUIN 324 Forest Street Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; S.G.A. 1-4; Parent ' s Day. ELAINE FAFARD 12 Hedge Street Fairhaven, Mass. Concert Choir 1-4; Lab. Band 1; Orchestra 2-4; Jazz Band 1-2; MENC 1-4; Newman Club 1, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Chorus 1-4; Drama Club 1; String Ensemble 2-3. GERALD FARMER 27 Grace Street Shrewsbury, Mass. Jazz Society 2-3; MENC 2-3; Symphonic Winds 3-4; Woodwind Quintet 1-4; Concert Choir 2-4; Iona Club 2-3; Jazz Band 1-4; Lab. Choir 1; All College Choir 1-4; Drama Club; Clarinet Ensemble. BRIAN FEENEY 19 Kinsman Street Lowell, Mass. President French Club; Fiction Editor, Pegasus 1-2; Poetry Editor, Pegasus 3; Edi- tor-in-Chief Pegasus 4; Student Reporter 3; MAA 1-4; Drama Club 1-4; French Club 1; Newman Club 1-4; Campus Star 1-2; Hepha- estus; MENC 3-4. PAUL FERNALD 17 Daniel Terrace Peabody, Mass. Ass ' t Director MENC 3; Concert Choir 1- 4; Concert Band 3-4; Orchestra 1-3; MENC Production 2-3; Jazz Society 1-4; All Col- lege Chorus 1-4. VIRGINIA FINNAGAN 3 Cuba Street Andover, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Student Librarian 1-2; Iona 1. KAREN FOLEY 53 Governor Road Stoneham, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 2; Ski Club 1-2; Parent ' s Day. MARY LOUISE FORTUNE 170 Saratoga Street Lawrence, Mass. Cheerleader 1-2; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 4; Knoll Staff 4; Service Club 2-3; Parent ' s Day 2-3; Class Day 2; Spring Week-end 2; Class Dance 3. ALBERT FRANCIS 37 Meadowbrook Road Methuen, Mass. Editor-in-chief Campus Star 4; Ass ' t Prose Editor Pegasus 3; Circulation Manager Campus Star; Ass ' t Advertising Manager Campus Star 2; Campus Star 1-4; Pegasus 3- 4; MAA 1-4; Drama Club 2-4; Baseball 1- 2; Jazz Society 3; Newman Club 1-3; Intra- mural Football 2-3; Parent ' s Day 1-4; MAA Variety Show 1-4; Orphan Party. BRENDA FURLONG 283 Methuen Street Lowell, Mass. Library Representative 3-4; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Knoll 4; Class Day 1; Class Dance 2-4; Spring Week-end 2; Ori- entation Week 3; Freshman Night 3; Junior Prom; Christmas Party 3; Senior Investiture 4; Senior Week; Commencement Commit- tee. KATHLEEN GARVEY 1 Duma Road Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 4; W.R.O. 4; Knoll Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Class Day 2- 3; Parent ' s Day 1; Dance Committee 3 Spring Week-end 2; Senior Investiture 2 Service Club 2-3; Christmas Party 2-3 Playday 3. CAROL (CRAIG) GAUTHIER 9 Dover Street Lowell, Mass. Secretary Drama Club 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Ski Club 1; Newman Club 1-3; Class Day Committee 1; Christmas Party 2-3. SHARON GIBSON 284 Stevens Street Lowell, Mass. Cass Secretary 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 1-4; Commencement Committee 2, 4; Senior Investiture 2, 4; Senior Week 4; Class Day 1-4; Class Dance 1-4; Ring Committee 2-3; Knoll Staff 4; Junior Prom; Service Club 1-4; Spring Week-end 2, 4; G. Walsh Dance 2; Or- phan ' s Party 1-2; MAA Variety Show 1, 3. PENELOPE GIKAS 77 Parker Street Lowell, Mass. Drama Club 1; Ski Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Phanar Club. MARY GILMAN Havard Road Shirley, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Ski Club 1- 4. GERALD GOSTANIAN 5 Conduit Street Lawrence, Mass. MAA 1-4; Phanar Club 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Basketball Manager 4; Intramural Football 1-2; Intramural Basketball 1-4; Orientation 3-4; SGA Dance Committee 3-4; MAA Dance Committee 3-4. SUSAN GREENWOOD 5 Exeter Street Lawrence, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Drama Club 1; Newman Club 1-4; Parent ' s Day 2-3; Service Club 2-3; Class Day. LUCY GRILLO 1 Turner Street Lawrence, Mass. Lab. Choir 1; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 1, 4; Drama Club 1, 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Knoll Staff 4; Parent ' s Day 1; Senior Investiture 2; Class Day 2; Class Dance 3; Orientation Committee 4; Spring Week-end 2; Service Club. 130 NANCY GUYMONT 35 Mort Avenue Lowell, Mass. Section Representative 2-3; Newman Club 1- 4; Drama Club 2; Ski Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Parent ' s Day 2-3. BARBARA ANN HADLEY 16 Silver Street Haverhill, Mass. Junior Representative W.R.O. ; Fencing In- structor 2; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 1; Playday Committee 3; Fresh- man Night 2; Class Day 2. GAYLE HAMILTON 45 Vernon Road Belmont, Mass. Iona Club 1-2; Ski Club 2-4; Drama Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Choir 1; MENC 1; Freshman Night 2; Parent ' s Day 1-2; Senior Investiture. WILLIAM HASSEY 39 Short Street Lawrence, Mass. Vice-President Senior Class; Class Day 2; Advertising Editor Campus Star 1; Co- Chairman Sport ' s Night 2; Captain Baseball 4; Sport ' s Editor Campus Star 4; MAA 1-4; Campus Star 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Basketball 2- 4; Newman Club 1-4; Intramural Basketball 1; Intramural Football 1-4; Election Com- mittee 3; Class Day 2, 4; Parent ' s Day 1-4; Senior Prom; Senior Dance; Senior Investi- ture 2; Spring Week-end 2; Commencement Committee 2, 4; Orientation Committee 2- 4. CAROLYN HASTINGS 15 Quaboag Street Warren, Mass. Librarian, Symphonic Winds 2-4; Sym- phonic Winds 1-4; Lab. Choir 1-2; Concert Choir 3-4; Brass Choir 1-4; Woodwind Choir 2; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Choir 1- 4; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 2-4; Or- chestra 2; Jazz Society 1; MENC 1-4; MENC Show 1-4. KATHERINE HAYES 18 High Street No. Billerica, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 3-4; W.R.O. 1- 4; Orientation Week 3; Class Day; Parent ' s Day; Freshman Night 2-3; Knoll Staff. DIANA (WETHERBEE) HEALY Nabnassett, Mass. Co-President of Iona Fellowship 3; Iona 1- 4; Drama. THOMAS HEDRICK 9 Clark Avenue Randolph, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; Lab. Choir 1-2; Intra- mural Basketball 1-2; Lab. Band 2-3; Con- cert Choir 3-4; Concert Band 2-3; Drama Club 1-2; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; MENC 1-4; Jazz Club 1, 2, 4; All College Choir 1-4; Bops Pops 3; Spring Musical 1-4; Parent ' s Day 1-3. LINDA HERING 89 Brookfield Street Lawrence, Mass. SGA Social Chairman 3; Newman Club Vice-President 4; Delegate Eastern State Teacher ' s Conference 3; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Campus Star Reporter 2-4; Chairman Spring Week-end 2; Chairman Freshman Night 3; Chairman SGA Dance 3; Chairman SGA Folk Festival 3; Torch Revision Committee 3; Chairman Parent ' s Day 3; Chairman Christmas Party 3; Orien- tation Week 2-4; Chairman Publicity 1-2; Parent ' s Day 2. NATHALIE HESELTON 36 Temple Street Reading, Mass. MENC 2-4; Lab Choir 2-4; Lab Band 2-3; Orchestra 4; All College Chorus 1-4; Or- chestra Librarian. JOHN HITRON 63 Emerson Street Wakefield, Mass. President Sophomore Class; President Ath- enaeum Society 3-4; Newman Club 1-4. KATHLEEN HOLLAND 18 Fruit Street Lowell, Mass. Social Chairman LeCercle Francais 1-2; Cultural Chairman 2-3; Ass ' t Poetry Editor Pegasus 3; Business Manager Pegasus 4; SGA 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 1; Freshman Dance; Silver Key Committee; Parent ' s Day Co-Chair- man. PRISCILLA HOPKINS Maude Graham Circle Burlington, Mass. CYNTHIA HOYT 39 Groton Road North Chelmsford, Mass. Section Secretary 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Ski Club 3-4; Parent ' s Day 2-3; Spring Week-end 2. MARILYN HUGHES 7 Mill Street Dracut, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Parent ' s Day 2; Service Club 1-4; Class Day 3. LEA HUSE 1537 Lakefield Avenue Dracut, Mass. RICHARD HYLAN 4 Hurd Street Melrose, Mass. Concert Choir 1-4; Orchestra 2-4; String Ensemble 3. CHARLENE L. IMBERNINO 35 Evergreen Street Chelmsford, Mass. President Iona Fellowship 4; Secretary Iona Fellowship 3; Iona Fellowship 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 3, 4; Campus Star Re- porter 3; Class Dance 2; Commencement 2. JOHN JANECZKO 99 West Chester Street Lowell, Mass. MAA 2-4; Wrestling 3, 4; Captain 4. JOAN (LEAH) JONES 32 Phillips Street Methuen, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4. ELAINE KACHADORIAN 150 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Ski Club 1, 2: Hephaestus 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3; Parent ' s Day 1-4. SANDRA ANNE KAVIGIAN 28 Outlook Drive Lexington, Mass. Section Secretary 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4: W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 3, 4; Ski Club 1. MAUREEN KELLEY 83 Mariposa Avenue Lowell, Mass. Service Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. DONNA MARIE KOSIDLO 370 Arlington Street Dracut, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4. BARBARA KUNSTLER 58 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. Iona 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2, 3, 4. TRUDY LaSPINA 158 Maiden Street Maiden, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; Club 2, 3, 4. W.R.O. 1-4: Service NANCY DOROTHY LeBLANC 5 1 Prescott Street Medford, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4. ELAINE L. LeMASURIER Dunstable Road North Chelmsford. Mass. Designer of the 1966 Class Design: Yearbook Art Editor 4; French Club Representative 2; Athenaeum Society 3. 4; Iona Club 1-4; Drama Club 1, 2; French Club 1. 2: Art Club 3, 4. CAROL LEN 78 W ilson Drive Framingham, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Hillel 1-4; Service Club 1-4. PATRICIA LESTER 46 Twelfth Street Lowell, Mass. Service Club 3, 4; Newman Club 4; W.R.O. 1-4. JANICE GENEVIEVE LOS 1 East River Place Methuen, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1; French Club; Service Club 1, 3, 4. JUSTINE MARY LOS 1 East River Place Methuen, Mass. French Club Secretary 1, 2: Newman Club 1-4. SUSAN I. LUND Box 112, R.F.D. 1 Nabnasset, Mass. Secretary Symphonic Winds 2, 3, 4; Treas- 131 urer MENC 3; Vice-President MENC 4; Symphonic Winds 1-4; Concert Choir 3, 4; MENC 1-4; Jazz Society 1-4; MENC Pro- ductions 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Cho- rus 1-4; Lab. Choir 1, 2; Clarinet Ensemble 1, 2; Class Ring Committee 3; MENC Pub- licity 2, 3. MARY GAIL LYNCH 130 Van Greenby Road Lowell, Mass. Newman Club Secretary 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 2; Hephaestus 3; Drama Club 2; Service Club 2, 3; Par- ent ' s Day 1-4. LINDA JOYCE MacRAE 200 Circuit Avenue Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1, 2; Service Club 3, 4. PENELOPE A. MANN 162 Main Street Westford, Mass. Soph. Rep. W.R.O. 2; Head of Publicity W.R.O. 3; President W.R.O. 4; Iona Club; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 3, 4; Orientation Committee 4. SHEILA ANN McALEA 2Vi Gage Street Methuen, Mass. Publicity Chairman, Newman Club 1, 2; Religious Chairman Newman Club 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 2, 3, 4. HELEN ELIZABETH McANDREW 19 Winthrop Avenue Methuen, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Night Committee 1. JUNE LAUREEN MCCARTHY 10 Binney Street Andover, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN MCCARTHY 21 Fielding Street New Bedford, Mass. Newman Club 1, 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; W.R.O. 1-4. JOHN McGOVERN 65 Olive Avenue Lawrence, Mass. MAA 1-4; Baseball 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Orientation 3. DOUGLAS A. McINTOSH 23 Witham Avenue Dracut, Mass. President Jazz Society 2; Vice-President Jazz Society 4; Music Director Bops Pops 3, 4; Jazz Society 1-4; MENC 1 1; Band 1- 4; Newman Club 1, 2. HELENE SCULLY McINTOSH 23 Witham Avenue Dracut, Mass. Treasurer MENC 3; MENC 1-4; Concert Choir 1-4; Jazz Society 1-4; All College Chorus 1-4; MENC Shows 1-3; Newman Club 1, 2. SALLY McKEW 15 Patton Street Lawrence, Mass. Vice-President Hephaestus 3; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Hephaestus 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Service Club 1-4; Christmas Party 1; Class Day 3. DONNA McKINLEY 9 Maplewood Road North Tewksbury, Mass. Vice-President Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; Recording Secretary Newman Club 3; Ad- vertising Manager Knoll 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 3, 4; Freshman Night; Senior Reception; Chairman Commencement Re- ception; French Club Luncheon. CELENE T. METIVIER 61 Wellesley Avenue Lowell, Mass. Library Representative 1, 2; Junior Class Vice-President; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Le Cercle Francais 1; Service Club 1-4; Class Day 2, 3; Parent ' s Day 1-3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Class Dance Committee 1-3; Ring Committee 3. PATRICIA C. MINIHAN 49 Parker Street North Andover, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Hephaestus 3; Newman Club 1- 4; Service Club 1-4; Parent ' s Day 3, 4. SOPHIA MITROPOULOS 9 Austin Park Cambridge, Mass. Secretary of Phanar Club 2; Junior Class Treasurer; Junior Prom Committee 3; Sen- ior Class Treasurer; Senior Prom Commit- tee 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Phanar Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Class Dance 3; Ring Committee 3; Senior Investiture Committee 1; Class Day 3; Parent ' s Day 3; Silver Key Commit- tee 3; Chairman Phanar Club Dance 2. BARBARA M. MOORE 87 Third Street Lowell, Mass. Drama Club 2; W.R.O. 2-4; Newman Club 2-4; Investiture 2. THOMAS MOORE Keyes Road R.F.D. 2 Westford, Mass. Athenaeum Society, Treasurer 3, 4; MAA 1- 4. RONALD MORELL 126 George Street Arlington, Mass. Class Treasurer 2; MENC 2, 3, 4; All Col- lege Choir 1-4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Lab. Band 1-4; Lab. Chorus 1, 2; Freshman Dance Committee. ANN MARIE MORRISEY 265 Princess Street Saint John, New Brunswick Lab. Chorus 1-4; Lab. Band 1; Orchestra 2- 4; Newman Club 1-4; MENC 3-4; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Chorus 1-4; String Ensem- ble 3-4; MENC Production 1, 2-4. MARLENE FRANCES MOYNIHAN 23 Duren Avenue Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 2-4. JUDITH ANNE MULVEY 25 Livingston Street Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-4. CORNELIA R. NELLIGAN 1 8 Daniels Street Lowell, Mass. Section Secretary 2-4; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-4; Hephaestus 4; Parent ' s Day 2-4; Class Day 1-3; Senior Investiture 2; Class Dance 1-4; Senior Ban- quet 2; Christmas Party 2; Spring Week-end 2. MARY ANNE O ' BRIEN 37 Cedar Street Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Hephaestus 4; Elementary Glee Club 3; Service Club 1- 4; Parent ' s Day 2, 3; Senior Investiture 2. RITA O ' BRIEN 45 West Street Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Art Club 4; Senior Investiture 2; Service Club 1-3; Par- ent ' s Day 2. ROGEAN K. O ' BRIEN 88 Trull Lane East Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1-3; Parent ' s Day 2, 3; Class Day 2, 3; Senior Investiture 2; Class Dance 1-4. KATHLEEN RITA O ' NEILL 97 Stearns Avenue Lawrence, Mass. Newman Club 1, 2; W.R.O. 1-4. DOROTHY PACULA 38 Methuen Street Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Elementary Glee Club 3; Art Club 4; Service Club 1-3; Senior Investiture 2; Parent ' s Day 3. EMILEE J. PAPPAZISIS 29 Angela Avenue Shrewsbury, Mass. Secretary Phanar Club 3; MENC 1-4; MENC Productions 1-4; Lab. Choir 1, 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; All College Chorus 1- 4; Phanar Club 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; Concert Band 4; Jazz Society 2-4. PRISCILLA ANNE PAULET 126 Lowell Avenue Haverhill, Mass. Ass ' t Layout Editor Knoll 3; Secretary Ele- mentary Chorus 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Drama Club 1-4; Service Club 1- 3; Elementary Chorus 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Knoll Staff 3, 4; Campus Star 1; Parent ' s Day 2, 3; Ring Committee 3; Playday Committee 2-4. RALPH S. PEARCE 21 Flower Lane Dracut, Mass. SGA President 4; Class President 3; Chair- man Election Committee 4; Silver Key Chairman 3; Student Marshal 3; Chairman Torch Revision 4; Chairman Junior Prom Committee; Sports Editor Knoll 4; Iona; Baseball 2; Basketball 1-4; MAA 1-4; In- 132 tramural Football 1-4; Class Dance 1-3; Spring Week-end 2, 3; Class Day 2, 3; Ori- entation 2-4; Commencement 2; Cafeteria Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. GERALDINE PELLETIER 7 Maple Court Andover, Mass. W.R.O. Freshman Representative; W.R.O. 1- 4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-3; MAA Variety Show 1; Ring Committee 3; Playday 1-4; Class Day 3; Parent ' s Day 2, 3; Class Dance 1, 2. CAROLE PRENTISS 27 Wright Road Ayer, Mass. Social Chairman MENC 4; Newman Club 1; Concert Choir 1-4; Lab. Band 1, 2; Or- chestra 3, 4; MENC 1-4; Drama Club 3; Jazz Society 1-4; Bops Pops 3; MENC Pro- duction 1-4; All College Chorus 1-4; Par- ent ' s Day 1, 2. MARILYN G. RAFUSE 20 Chestnut Avenue Burlington, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Lab. Choir 1; All College Chorus 1; Newman Club 1-4; Hephaestus 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Service Club 1-4; Ele- mentary Chorus 3; Parent ' s Day 3; Class Day 2, 3; Christmas Party 2; Freshman Night 3; Playday 2, 3; Class Dance 2, 3. MARTHA MELINA REIDY 107 Warwick Street Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. Treasurer 4; W.R.O. Head of Play- days 3; All Elementary Chorus President 3; Cheerleaders 1-3, Co-Captain 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Spring Production 2-3; Service Club 1-4; Drama Club 1; Elementary Chorus 3; Parent ' s Day 1-3; Class Day 1-3; Orientation Week 3 ; Clean up Cafe 3 ; Invest- iture 1; MAA Variety Show 1. MARY JO ROBERTO 364 Wilder Street Lowell, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 3; Service Club 1, 3, 4; All Elementary Cho- rus 3; Parent ' s Day 1, 2, 3; Class Dance 1, 2; Spring Week-end 2; Class Day 1, 2, 3; Senior Investiture 3; Knoll Staff 4. HILDE ROYMANS 257 Chelmsford Street Chelmsford, Mass. Vice-President SGA 4; Secretary SGA 3; Assistant Secretary SGA 2; Newman Club 1- 4; Ski Club 1-2; W.R.O. 1-4; Service Club 1, 3-4; Election Committee 2, 3, 4; Emer- gency Committee 3; Parent ' s Day Commit- tee 2, 3; Freshman Night 2; Class Day 2; Christmas Party 2; Orientation Committee 2-4; Spring Semi-formal 2, 3; Senior Ban- quet 2; Class Dance 1-4; Ring Committee 2; Playday Committee 2, 3; Commence- ment 2; Senior Investiture 2; Sports Night 2, 3. DONNA MARIE RYAN 29 Dorchester Street Lawrence, Mass. Freshman Representative Newman Club; Senior Representative W.R.O.; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-3; MAA Variety Show 1; Playday 1-4; Class Day 3; Graduation 2; Drama Club Committee 2. JOAN MARIA SARSON 31 Waverly Road No. Andover, Mass. Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3. RICHARD J. SAVARD 300 Wilder Street Lowell, Mass. Ass ' t Treasurer SGA 2; Treasurer SGA 3, 4; Treasurer French Club 1; Newman Club 1-4; Science Club 3, 4; French Club 1; MAA 1-4; Orientation 2-4; Christmas Party 2, 3; Spring Week-end 2, 3; College Hoot- enanny 2, 3; Newman Club Christmas Party 2; Torch Revision 3, 4; Emergency Committee 3, 4. PATRICIA HELEN SHEEHY 70 Arlington Street Methuen, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Drama Club 4; Ski Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1-3; Le Cercle Francais 1, 2; Service Club 1-4; Commencement 2; Class Dance 1. JOHN M. SHIELDS 181 West London Street Lowell, Mass. Treasurer MAA 3; President MAA 4; MAA 1-4; Intramural Sports; Drama Club Pro- duction; Silver Key Committee; Knoll Sports Staff 4; MAA Sports Banquet; Vari- ety Show; Special Consultant Campus Star 4. LINDA JEAN (GASTONGUAY) SMITH 45 Pratt Avenue Apt. 41 Lowell, Mass. Fencing Instructor 2-4; Newman Club 1-4; Jazz Club 2-4; MENC 1, 2, 4; Drama Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Co-chairman Make-up. PAMELA SPINNEY 7 C Street Lowell, Mass. Cheerleader 2, 3; Newman Club 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Elementary Chorus 3; Drama Club 1; MENC Production; Service Club 1-4; Par- ent ' s Day 1,2; Senior Investiture 1, 2; Class Day 1-3; Orientation 3; Playday 1-3; Or- phan ' s Party 2. MARY ANN STANAVICH 4 Hazel Square Lowell, Mass. Ass ' t Literary Editor Knoll 3; Literary Edi- tor Knoll 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Ski Club 3; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; All Ele- mentary Choir 3; Class Dance 1-3; Playday 3; Knoll Dance 4; Spring Week-end 2; Par- ent ' s Day 1-3; Class Day 1-3; Pep Rally 3; Service Club 1-3; Senior Investiture 3. RICHARD STE. MARIE 28 South Whipple Street Lowell, Mass. Vice-President MAA 3; Basketball 1-4; Base- ball 2, 3; Intramural Football 1-4; MAA Va- riety Show 1 ; Bowling team. CARLA M. STUPAKEWICZ 242 Branch Street Lowell, Mass. Newman Club 1-4; Athenaeum Society 3, 4; Jazz Society 4; Leadership Day 2; C.C.D. Class, Newman Club 3. MAUREEN SULLIVAN 17 Harwick Road Wakefield, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1-3; Hephaestus 4; MAA Variety Show 1; All College Chorus 1; Class Day 1- 3; Playday 2; Parent ' s Day 1-3; Class Dance 1, 2. CAROL ANN TAPPER 148 Foster Street Lowell, Mass. Choir 1-3; Accompanist 2-3; Concert Choir Accompanist 4; MENC 1-4, Secretary 4; Jazz Society 1, 2; Concert Band 1, 2; All College Choir 1-4; Lab. Band 3, 4. PAULA S. ULIANO 3 1 Bradford Street North Andover, Mass. W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Service Club 1, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Hephaestus 4; Parent ' s Day 2-4; Class Day 2, 3: Playday 3; Christmas Party 2; Freshman Night 3; Class Dance 2, 3. PATRICIA J. VAUGHAN 41 Rockingham Avenue Lowell, Mass. Business Manager Knoll 4; Publicity Chair- man Ski Club 4: Cheerleader 1-3, Co-Cap- tain 3; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Ski Club 1-4; Campus Star 4; Pep Rally Chair- man 3: Service Club 1-3; Class Day 3; Sen- ior Investiture 2; Commencement 2. 3; Ori- entation 4; Spring Week-end 2, 3; Parent ' s Day 3; Class Dance 1-4; Sport ' s Night 1-3; MAA Variety Show 1, 3; Christmas Party 3. CYNDA WADE 27 Alfred Street Woburn, Mass. Freshman Representative Knoll 1; Associate Editor Knoll 3; Ass ' t Layout Knoll 2: Edi- tor-in-Chief Knoll 4; Campus Star 3: Iona 1; Ski Club 1; Parent ' s Day 3; Orientation 4; Knoll Dance 3-4; Service Club 1-4. MARIBETH WALSH 152 Oakland Avenue Methuen, Mass. 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