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O ' Leary, President 26 William F. Dunn, Director of Fiscal Affairs mmm Mary E. McGauvran, Dean of Admissions 27 Leonard Andrusaitis, Director of Financial Aid 28 Robert J. Foy, Academic Dean George W. Luter, Registrar 29 Ignatius A. Ciszek, Director of Athletics 30 P. Christopher Smith, Philosophy William C. Burto. English 31 Thomas A. Norris, Behavioral Sciences 32 Joseph Garreau, Foreign Languages Edward F. Gilday, Music 34 Gertrude Barker, Nursing Ethel Kamien, Biological and Physical Sciences 35 Leo Panas, Visual Arts 36 William H. Malone, Mathematics 37 Patricia A. Goler, History and Political Science i ' ' ' 1 i •■ m ■ ' -«5 t jBMm 1 l j| t£3 g g n .■■ Margaret Shannon, Education 1 $, ■ ' ■ V ; ' v fcfcr 1 - " -• yK 2z£v V. j ' V ■J SP ra 44 47 THE ADU6CATE SEPT. 1971 -JUNE 1972 LOWELL STATE COLLEGE 1972 K N O L L Staff IfHE DV0CA1TI The ADVOCATE is published during the school year except during vacations and examination periods, bu and for the students of Lowell State College, Rolfe Street, Lowell, Mass.: Telephone 458-2602. Editor-in-Chief Paul T. Peterson Managing Editor Ric Raymond Asst. to the Editors Cindi Judge Business Manager Doris Clegg News Editor Dave Cook Feature Editor Bill Dorfman Production Manager Kyle Barry Layout Editor Sally O ' Brien Photography Editor Chris Hyde Sports Editors Pete Carbone, Karen Pepin Exchange Editor James Buonopane Consultant Peter Blewett Photo Consultant Fred Faudie Features Dept. Staff Philip Boucher, Carol Carr, Maura Sullivan, Phyllis Kaczmarski. News Staff Karla Rose, Sue Mulligan, John Briggs, Clarissa Samuels (Layout) and Ann Hurton (College Senate) Chris Barretto, Moe Scannell. Advertising Rates: Commercial ad-$2.50 per column inch Classified ads-Free ($1.00 for commercial ads) Advocate Office located in lounge of Administration Building. Telephone for ads-458-2602 College Senate Established in 1969 as an outgrowth of the Faculty Senate, The College Sen- ate is the legislative body of the college. Consisting of student, faculty, and ad- ministrative representatives, the purpose of the Senate is to study, discuss, and make recommendations to the president and in turn to the Board of Trustees concerning academic, student, or faculty policies. Under the leadership of Peter Blewett, president, John Bassett, vice-presi- dent, and Anne Hurton, secretary, the Senate has acted upon many issues this year. Most of the work of the Senate is done in its committees. The three ma- jor committees are the Educational Policies Committee, which is empowered to make recommendations on such matters as curricula, admissions, all new standards and new programs of study, the Student Affairs Committee, which discusses all questions relating to student life and activities and the College Af- fairs Committee which has the broadest powers of all the committees in that it concerns itself with all matters that are of general interest to the college. These may include, commencement, college calendar, bookstore, college publications and planning. Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the month at four o ' clock p.m. and are open for all to attend. 50 XYZ ' s L U M N ACCREDITATION Allegations have been made about the recent debacle that comes periodically around here-it ' s called accreditation According to my spies in the Administration and in the Education department the entire thing was a giant put-up job-calculated to place Lowell State College in the most favorable light for the benefit of visiting N.C.A.T.E. investigators. Certain committees, dedicated to the enhancement of the teacher education programs, were stacked with sympathetic students, and committees themselves were hastily formed to coincide with the N.C.A.T.E. arrival, so the charges say. With this background, it would seem evident that " certification " is indeed more important than proper teacher preparation. On the other hand, it is alleged that " accreditation is our middle name, " and because of our " State-ness " , accreditation is merely a formality. If this is the case, then we can only assume that these committees on teacher preparation are valuably working after all -otherwise, why would they exist? It is a conundrum worthy of note. We do know that some faculty and students were questioned about what is right and what is wrong around here. We do know that honest answers, although guarded answers at times, were given in response to investigators ' probes. The time of the periodic accreditation should be a time for reflection of our goals, merits and debits; from these inner searches, programs which benefit individuals and the entire college community should emerge. Is this the case ? Administrators have been noticeably busy with N.C.A.T.E. preparations. With accreditation on-campus over, it is time to get the answers from our administration. Where are we going, and how well are we getting there? ALONG ROLFE STREET-Witf; the accreditation last week, we noticed some faculty members and high-ranking students-normally dishevelled in appearance -all spruced up. Looked like a funeral! . . . What local professor was advised to get a haircu t by one of the N.C.A. T.E. team? . . . Ever notice how the LTI calendar seems more extensive than LSC ' s? What ' s happening here, baby? . . . Deep rumblings in the English department, no? . . . Confidential to PCS-wet butterflies never fly at night . . . The price of solace for one LSC student may be the price of a new speaker-loud for the cafeteria. The days of the student rip-off must end now! Editorial Empty Rhetoric Last Wednesday the Student Council engaged in one of its rare polemic battles. The issue on the surface was the allocation of $200 of Student Government funds (derived from our $35 activity fee) to the Concordia Hall dormitory for various, sundry items. After debate had begun, the issue became quite clear. Does the Administration have the moral, or legal right to make final decisive action on council budget approvals, as Peter Tsaffaras and William Dorfman suggested? Or, is the SGA solely responsible for its expense allocations? It is quite clear to the student council members that the spirit of the fund allocations has been upset by the Dorm Council— for its purchase of a ping-pong table and establishment of a " sympathy fund. " Neither of these activities it was pointed out, affect the entire college community, and should be deleted from the roles of legitimate SGA expenditures. We would agree with council that the decision of the Dorm council appears somewhat fatuous in this respect. But we should also point out that the residents of the dormitory are special members of the college community. They must endure the rigors of institutional cooking, the trauma of close-quarter living, and the separation from healthy, family-unit relationships. It should also be pointed out that the dorm residents become representatives of the student body on campus during weekends, when commuter students are enjoying their own community of family and friends. Surely, something should be allocated to meliorate the life in Concordia Hall. Two hundred dollars, if spent properly, is not too much to ask. As for the more pressing question of auspices of SGA funds, Dr. O ' Leary said he would never force the SGA to allocate funds to the dorm. In fact, the Administration will give the necessary funds to the Dormitory. It appears, then, that the lengthy argument of Wednesday evening was all for naught. The Student Council (and apparently the SGA staff) were misinformed concerning Administration ' s intentions. The hour wasted in debate over SGA powers could have been spent in more productive ways. We hope this lesson on futility will educate our councilors— let them first seek out the answers before they engage in meaningless, divisive rhetoric. 51 rnmenl Stiff: Linda Ogni. Asst. Social Chairman; Shelley Townsend. Asst. Secretary; George O ' Keefe, Social Chairman; Tsaffaras. President; Dennis Pfebensen. Cultural Committee Chairman; Ann Marie Burke, Vice-President: Betty Floyd. Secretary; Scanlon. Asst. Treasurer. Missing: Bill Dorfman. Treasurer; Dave MacRae, Public Relations Chairman; Frank Dunn, College Co-or- ' at or. 52 Cultural Committee: Films 14 Feb., Mon. — Monika (Ingmar Bergman, dir.) 17 Feb., Thurs. - Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (Albert Finney) 18 Feb., Fri. — Destination Saturn (Buck Rogers) 23 Feb., Wed. - Mein Kampf 24 Feb., Thurs. — Death of a Salesman (Frederick March) 28 Feb., Mon. — Air Raid Wardens 2 March, Thurs. - Long Day ' s Journey Into Night (Katie Hepburn, Ralph Richardson) 6 March, Mon. — The Legend of the Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels) Birth of a Nation (D.W. Griffith, dir. — History film series) 7 March, Tues. - The Return of Draw Egan( William S.Hart) 8 March, Wed. - Hopalong Cassidy Returns 9 March, Thurs. - Growing Up Female 15 March, Wed. - Northwest Passage 16 March, Thurs. - The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner 20 March, Mon. - Million Dollar Legs (W.C.Fields) The Pharmacist (W.C. Fields) 22 March, Wed. - The Dead End Kids 23 March, Thurs. - The Organizer (Marcello Mastroianni) 6 April, Thurs. - Nothing But a Man (Ivan Dixon) 1 3 April, Thurs. - The Plutocrats 14 April, Fri. - The Lion in Winter (Katie Hepburn, Peter O ' Toole) 20 April, Thurs. - Night and Fog; Interviews with My Lai Veterans 24 April, Mon. - The Cabinet of Dr. Caligai; Blind Husbands (Eric Von Stoheim) 27 April, Thurs. - Billy Budd (Peter Ustinov, Robert Ryan, Melvyn Douglas) 4 May, Thurs. - You Don ' t Have to Buy War, Mrs. Smith 11 May, Thurs. - The Selling of the Pentagon 15 May, Mon. - Hunchback of Notre Dame 18 May, Thurs. - The Year of the Pig (1927 version) Cultural Committee: Dave Cook, Dennis Prebensen, Joan Soucy, John Bassett, Dave MacRae. 53 s c I E N C E C L U B Science Club: Bob Gossen, Kathy Fox, Donna Paleologus, Dennis Denomme, Debbie House, Mike Page. Hoofing 1 1 ... by Cindi Judge With the ever-increasing stress on ecological awareness, a group of LSC students have formed a Hiking Club under the direction of Dr. Chris Smith of the Philosophy Department. The club, which is actually called the Outing Club, will sponsor biking, cycling, and canoeing trips throughout the 1971-72 school year. During the past month the group, which has been meeting on an informal basis, has made trips to Monadnock, La Fayette, Lincoln, and Little Haystack. Over the October 12 Holiday weekend some students ventured to Bald Faces and Evans Notch, N.H. On October 6 the Outing Club went before the SGA in an attempt to gain recognition as an official school organization. Final action is delayed until this Wednesday. With Smith ' s assistance the group has devised a constitution and elected a slate of officers which includes President Dave Clark, Secretary Janice Wilson, and Treasurer Gary Davis. The organization requires a two dollar membership fee or a one dollar fee per trip for non-members. The leaders of the organization encourage all students (coordinated or otherwise) who wish to experience a oneness with nature and become rejuvenated after a long week of academic study, to contact Dr. Smith at President Hall or any of the officers. 54 Outing Club Officers: Janice Wilson, Secretary; Robbie Bayard, Vice-President; Dave Clark, President; Gary Davis, Treas urer. MENC Officers: Cheryl Allen, Secretary; Kevin Lynch, Committee Coordinator; Cindy Koch, President; Eileen Worthley. Recital Chairman; Nancy French, Treasurer; Jack Mclnnis, Vice- President; Michele Beaudry, Social Chairman. ©CSG GSq kF (KB35 + MENC Lowell State will be hosting the Second Annual MENC Student Chapter Convention on Saturday, April 22nd. The Convention is similar to an all State or District Convention in its many activities, but differs in that it is to be presented to high school students and college music majors (not only music ed. majors). The convention will last one day and there will be a banquet in the evening. " How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying " is this year ' s musical; the di- rector is Mr. Gardner Tilson. If you don ' t sing, dance, act or play an instrument, then here are a few ways to get involved in the show. We need assistance with make-up. lighting, and we will need usherettes and ticket-sellers. If interested, see Assistant Di- rector, Conrad Carragolia, Nancy French, or Cindy Koch. If you are interested in helping with sets and backstage, see Steve Coria. CLASSIFIEDS DATING SERVICE DATING SERVI Service: Instead about tne lack of State women and something about completely free t operating fee for this service depen from YOU. For LTI. Box 2217 CE: Campus Dating of just complaining dates between Lowell Lowell Tech men, do it. This service is women and a small men. The success of ds on a good response nformation contact JOBS JOBS: Travel, earn money as a campus rep for Garber Travel, 1406 Beacon Street, Brookline, Mass; interested students write or call 617-734-2100 collect for Wes Harrington. Capable and accurate typist with experience in Medical, Industrial, Scholastic, Legal, Electronic, Printing, etc., needed by Tewksbury woman. Call Marguerite A. Casey, 851-7950. NOTICE NOTICE: Free kittens, half Siamese dark brown; call 251-4205 eves. RIDE WANTED Rl DE WANTED: Two girls desire ride to either UMASS or UCONN any weekend. Will share cost of gas. Please contact Sharon or Judy, 18 Waugh Street, Apt. 9, Lowell, any time. PERSONAL PERSONAL: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BEAVE! LOVE, JOE COOL Drama Club News The 1971-1972 L.S.C. Drama Club opened its season in November with a production of Edward Al- bee ' s A Delicate Balance. The director of the play was Virgil Austin and the cast included Joan Lalikos, Jack Neary, Jane Rogers, Charlene Lorion, Jack Moynihan and Linda Cirelli. The members of the stage crew, under the supervision of Susan Pasquale, were Steve Correa, Susan Mulligan, Maryann Plunkett, Tina McCormack, Mary O ' Neil, Joyce Cornier and John Hayes. In January, The Club presented The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen, under the direction of John Hayes. The title role was played by Virgil Austin; Hilde Wangel was played by Maryann Plunkett; Julia Steed portrayed Aline Solness; Jack Moyniham played Ragnar Brovik; Jack Neary played Doctor Herdal; Susan Mulligan was Raja Fosli and Chris Willette played Knut Broiuk. The stage manager was Marie O ' Brien, assisted by Steve Correa, Jonathan Briggs and Paul Wyman. The February production was Arthus Kopit ' s Oh Dad, Poor Dad. Mumma ' s Hung You In The Closet And I ' m Feeling So Sad. The cast principals are Barbara Peterson, Jonathan Briggs, Robbie Bayard and Fred Momany. The play was directed by Gardner Tillson. by Jack Neary 56 Alpha Omega Alpha Omega is a sorority open to women students of the college on an in- vitation basis. Candidates are judged ac- cording to academic standing and dem- onstrated devotion to the principles of integrity, loyalty, and co-operativeness. The four-fold sorority was founded for the promotion of sisterhood between members and good will within the col- lege society. Members of Alpha Omega work to- gether in striving for four main goals: the fulfillment of the academic, service, so- cial, and athletic principles of life. Sisters of the sorority concern themselves with issues within the college campus and ex- tend this concern to community situ- ations. The development of a well rounded personality and a happy and so- cially concerned individual is the aim of Alpha Omega. Sigma Kappa Epsilon Sigma Kappa Epsilon is a social and service sorority open to all female stu- dents of the college. The sorority partici- pates in many service projects both with- in the college community and in the community at large. Some of the events undertaken this year were cleaning the Lowell Day Care Center, assisting Dr. McGauvran with incoming freshmen, making and sending Christmas cards to servicemen in Vietnam, helping out with all phases of the Headstart Christmas Party. On the social scene, the sorority started the year with its annual spaghetti supper followed by many open parties. Especially memorable for the sisterhood was the entire February pledge period. Officers for the 1971-1972 school year are: Anne Hurton, president, Sandie Foley, vice-president, Joyce Abraham, treasurer, Carol Daher, secretary, Liz Dougall, corresponding secretary. 58 Lowell State College To Show " CIVILISATION " FILM SERIES " Civilisation, " the renowned color film series on the cultural life of Western man, written and narrated by art historial Kenneth Clark, will be shown at LSC beginning Nov. 10 at 12 noon in Little Theater. A second showing for the Lowell community will be held Nov. 10 at the Parker Gallery of the Whistler House at 8 P.M. LSC will receive the thirteen fifty-minute " Civilisation " films on loan free of charge from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, under a new program offered through the Gallery ' s Extension Services. This distribution program has been made possible by matching grants totaling $181,056 from the National Endowment for the Humanities and from Xerox Corporation. Normal rental fee for this series would be $2,000 to $3,000 and purchase price would be $7,000 a set. Under the program, which began this fall, the films are being distributed to colleges and universities with fewer than 2,000 undergraduates. Approximately 400 institutions can participate in the program each year, with an estimated 3,000,00 0 annual audience. Each college will receive the films in sequence, one a week. There will be two showings of each, both without charge— one for the college and one for the local community. The film to be seen this week, the first in the series, is " The Skin of Our Teeth, " which concerns the Vikings, the Dark Ages, and Charlemagne. " The distribution program has been designed, " said J. Carter Brown, Director of the National Gallery, " to make it possible for audiences all over the country to see the " Civilisation " films on the large screen and with the fidelity of their original film form. In addition, it will offer institutions a means of strengthening relations with their local communities by sponsoring the second showing for the general public. College presidents, rather than art, history or humanities departments, have been asked to sponsor the program, in order to emphasize its availability to the whole student body. Since its American premiere at the National Gallery in November, 1969, the entire " Civilisation " series has been shown nearly a hundred times and drawn more than 275,000 viewers at the Gallery. It is currently being seen throughout the United States on National Educational Television, supported by a grant from Xerox Corporation. In the series, Kenneth Clark traces, from an avowedly personal point of view, the story of Western civilization through the visual arts, music, literature, and political history, from the fall of the Roman Empire through the 20th century. The films were originally produced for the British Broadcasting Corporation, which sent Lord Clark, two producers, and a three-man camera crew on a two-year mission through eleven FOR SALE FOR SALE: Cadillac Convertible. 1969. Avocado green, Air-Conditioned. If interested call 453-3703 or 682-4422. CLASSIFIEDS NOTICE The Tyngsboro Police Dept. is buying blood for a sick Tyngsboro boy by collecting empty cigarette packs, for which they are paid five cents apiece. Instead of throwing your empty packs away, would you please deposit them in the bag provided in the S.G.A. Office. This project will be in effect until further notice. Once again the Washington Jefferson Literary Journal is soliciting students for new materials that will help to compose this annual literary magazine. Interested persons may send prose, poetry, drama, music, graphics, and photography to: The Journal Washington Jefferson College Washington, Pennsylvania 15301 All manuscripts must be received no later than December 17, 1971. All material to be returned should include a self-addressed stamped envelope. countries to film the series. In Lord Clark ' s word, the aim was " to define civilisation in terms of creative power and the enlargement of human faculties. " The film ' s many subjects include the Gothic cathedrals, the age of chivalry, St. Francis of Assisi, the Renaissance and the Reformation, the baroque and rococo, bourgeois democracy in Holland and the Dutch painters, the Enlightenment in Europe and America, romanticism and revolution in the 19th century, and modern technology and materialism. In honor of Lord Clark ' s many contributions to art education as Director of the National Gallery, London (1934-45), Slade Professor of Fine Arts, Oxford University (1946-50 and 1961-62), author of several books and creator of the " Civilisation " series, the National Gallery has presented him with its Medal for Distinguished Service to Education in Art. The Gallery ' s Extension Services serve the nation through a varied program of activities ranging from films and reproductions to special publications. Although the emphasis of the Services is on the National Gallery ' s collections, attention also goes to ways in which these collections relate to subjects of current topical interest and concern in the world. Schools and groups may obtain further information through the office of the Assistant Administrator (Extension Services). NOTICE: Students wanted to deliver Boston Globe. Good money. Write Mr. Frank Tibbetts, The Boston Globe, Circ. Dept., Boston, Mass. 02107. PERSONAL To the two girls from State in the back seat of the green Opel, lie. no. 151 who we followed Monday night, Oct. 11,— Like to meet you again. Joe Bob, Box 1521. WANTED WANTED: Male Student, live in— in exchange for small chores, with driver ' s license. Please contact: Post Office Box 495, Lowell, Mass. 59 Future of Athletics at LSC Points tO Ponder Athletic Fee Increase: 1. Lowell State ' s Athletic budget is the lowest of all the colleges in our conference. In ninth place is North Adams with a budget of $31,000.00. We are a distant tenth with $18,000.00. 2. In 1971-72 only $1,544.00 was allocated for equipment for six varsity sports. 3. In 1971-72 only $45.90 was allocated for equipment for Men ' s intramurals. 4. New uniforms should be purchased for the varsity athletic teams on a rotating basis. At present the baseball team plays in suits taped together. 5. Varsity teams should have practice uniforms to preserve the game suits and provide a healthy circumstance during daily work-outs. 6. Meal money for our athletes is insufficient. No team in the conference provides less than $4.00 for a dinner. Most provide $5.00. (We provide $3.00) 7. Each varsity team should be provided with one overnight trip a season as an added incentive to our student-athletes to participate. 8. Our coaches are paid through the Athletic Fund and not the Commonwealth. We must raise the salaries of these people to provide them with compensation commensurate with their contribution to the college. 9. Physical Education equipment is purchased through the Athletic Fund. 10. An opportunity to participate on a varsity and intramural level should be provided for more of our students by the addition of more sports and activities as these are made known. 11. Lowell State ' s Athletic Fee is the lowest of all the colleges we compete against. In ninth is Fitchburg with a fee of $25.00. 12. Our poor financial circumstance results in a situation that makes all our programs (classroom-varsity-intramural) inadequate in terms of meeting the total needs of the students. 13. Increasing our budget will make co-educational, off-campus activities such as bowling, swimming and golf possible. 14. Students and faculty members have shown a strong interest in having soccer as a varsity sport. The increase in fees may make this possible. 15. A fee increase will make it possible for us to make full use of our facilities by opening them up on weekends. 16. Increasing the potential participation of all students in our total program is a bargain at $5.00 a semester, (approximately 33 cents a week) 17. We have always strived for a circumstance that created a sport for everyone and everyone for a sport. We need YOUR help to make this a reality. Yes or No? by Ric Raymond The upcoming referendum on whether or not to raise the athletic fee is one of the more important questions to face the entire college community this year. The result of this vote will determine the future of athletics, both Varsity and Intramural, at LSC. A negative vote will insure the demise of all programs at this college. Due to the inflationary trend of the economy your negative vote will not only doom any plans for new athletic programs but will result in a situation which will make it impossible for the school to maintain the present programs. A " yes " vote will greatly aid the physical education of all students at LSC. It will enable the Physical Education department to offer more courses to satisfy the needs of the students. It will enable them to increase the size and area for physical education and training. It will also mean the formation of a varsity soccer team. This new team will fill the large gap in spectator sports at LSC caused by the inadequacies of the present athletic fee. This move to increase the athletic fee was unanimously approved by the Student Council. Vote to aid athletics and physical education at your college. VOTE YES ! COLLEGE BUDGET ATHLETIC MEN WOMEN FEE Boston State $123,000 $10,000 $25.00 Bridgewater State $77,000 $24,500 $27.00 Westfield State $69,000 $11,500 $35.00 Worcester State $60,000 $15,000 $25.00 Salem State $56,101 $30,000 $25.00 Fitchburg State $43,000 $25.00 | Framingham State $38,000 $11,000 $25.00 i North Adams $31,000 $14,000 $35.00 1 Lowell State $18,260 $9,000 $15.00 60 M.A.A. Officers: Bob Soares, Don Hanks, Tony Gugliuzza, Bob Merrier, Paul Bassett. New Clubs On Wednesday, October 20, a meeting of the French Club was called to reorganize the dormant group. Enthusiastic attendance at the meeting au- gured well for the reestablishment of the French Club. A social get-together is being proposed so that candidates and interested members can decide upon the conduct of forthcoming elections. Watch for posters on campus indicating the day, time and meeting place. Anyone interested in joining the French Club may contact Ruth Moore at 453-3 128, Paula Jussaume at 453-0294 or Dr. R. Bousquet in the Language Dept. at 66 Wilder St. An activity long overdue in our growing college community, the International Club proposed to stu- dents of American and foreign backgrounds alike a forum for interchanges of culture. If approved by the SGA, the club will have as its advisor Dr. Mario Aste, who has worked before with an Inter- national Club (at the Catholic University of Amer- ica). All interested please see him in the language office building, 66 Wilder Street. INVITATION A group of LSC students and faculty would like to meet with other women who are interested in discussing the frus- trations women face and ways of dealing with and solving these problems. They feel it is important for women to get to- gether, to learn that their concerns are shared and understood by other women. Topics of discussion might include a woman ' s roles as daughter, girl friend, and wife, discrimination against women in professional jobs and in higher educa- tion, channeling of women in schools, relationships with other women and health problems. The group will meet weekly. All wom- en are invited to an open meeting at 4:00 p.m., Thursday October 14 in room E200. International Club Happennings The International Club would like to thank everyone who helped make the first International Nite, Greek Night, such a success. We would espe- cially like to thank Dr. Christos J. Bentas for his slide show and lecture on Classical history and cul- ture. The next International Nite will feature the country of Italy, it will be held on March 2. at 7:30 in the lounge of LSC. Guest speaker will be Dr. Mario Aste. faculty member at LSC. The Executive Council of the Club will have weekly meetings in the foreign language office. These meetings are scheduled for Mondays at 3:30. All members are welcome. 61 Junior Class Officers: Peter Albert, President; Ed Burns, Treasurer; Kathy Lisien, Secretary; Don Hanks, Vice-President. Sophomore Class Officers: Nancy Chandler, Vice-President; Bill Wier, President; Jeannine Boucher, Secretary; Anne Gibson, Treasurer. go Freshman Class Officers: Brian Buckley, President; Maura Sullivan, Secretary; Mike Arth, Vice-Presi- dent; Marge Cunniff, Treasurer. 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DIRECT SERVICE LINE TO MEDICAL CENTER (212) PLaza 5-6805 Call 8 AM to 8 PM Mondays through Saturdavs N-N-Nite at NOTICE K-K-Katies On Tuesday, November 16, the Sen ior Class of Lowell State sponsored a " Nite at K-K-Katies. " Three busloads of people arrived at Katies in Kenmore Square, Boston at about 8:00 P.M. The atmo- sphere of old time music along with an appropriate setting certainly livened the crowd. New acquaint- ances were made and old ones reinforced during the evening. Articles to be placed in the Advocate must be typed when submitted for publication. Articles which are not typed will not be printed. Thank you for your co-operation. The Editors 63 OLD FASHION COUNTY FAIR An old-fashion county fair is being planned and sponsored by Mr. Clayton ' s French Literature of Renaissance Class for October 26th or 27th. The exact date will be posted in the caf this week. Diana Leigh, chairman in charge of running the fair, listed the planned activities which will include: Pitching Pennies A Kissing Boot h Bobbing for Apples Crap Table A Raffle)(For a bottle of cheer) A Hoola Hoop Contest The proceeds from the fair will be used to sent mentally disturbed children to summer camp. At present there are funds available for this purpose, through Lowell Agencies. However, they are grossly insufficient. As a result of the insufficiency of funds, many children are refused the Camp facilities. Miss Leigh pointed oui that much of the progress which is made with these children is setback over the summer months when the children are returned home and therapy is discontinued until fall. Summer Camp is essential in the continuing of their progress. The cost of a child to go to camp is only twenty dollars for two weeks. Miss Leigh and Mrs. Clayton are urgently requesting volunteers as there are only seven people at present who are directly involved in trying to make this a success. TERMPAPERS UNLIMITED " WE GIVE RESULTS " 295 HUNTINGTON AVE. BOSTON, MASS. 02115 (617)267-3000 French Club Officers: Therese Martin, President; Suzanne Morin, Vice-President; Paula Jus- saume. Secretary; Ruth Moore, Treasurer. VOLUNTEERS The Merrimac Valley Achievement Association (MVAA), a community center in downtown Lowell has just initiated a recreational program for youngsters in the area. If any student would be interested in volunteering an afternoon or an evening during the week in the program, contact Mike Johnson, the director of the Youth Program at the Center, which is located at 8 1 Gorham St., near the Old Court House, or call him at 453-6184 between 1 :00 and 9:00 P.M. daily. SENIORS NOTE Formal pictures for the 1972 Knoll will be taken Wednesday and Thursday, November 10 and 11 in President ' s Hall. Students who have made appointments to have their pictures taken are asked to be prompt for their sittings. Students who did not have their pictures taken last spring and are doing so for the first time this week are reminded to bring with them a $4.00 sitting fee. 65 69 H Vni Headstart Children ' s Christmas Party 75 3 .» " • , - ,.«. 80 A Delicate Balance 82 ■MmMitkftAeMMtWBtf s 85 88 Mi $Sfr; ►Jc, ■ ■ .-.•. ! " 5 i 1 1 i mB . . ■ A y lf v « j «Kl ' 4 A Li J , gjteagmg tgq IBS . tT ™ . " ■■■ «» saw mm MHM 4MBMifc 4GMtt( v " " £4MM( nra W m ■ " ■gg ' ttjBg jjj ' ' ' » " " i u rn — (MUD gMH MMW M ■ ■ 94 96 V 100 101 _ 1 iwl 102 103 o II »■ » ■ l • • H P 4 Vhb» w O i 107 108 109 110 HI 112 113 114 M tm. 1ft ' " I MnBMnaaMMttBiBMMK | j ' : " " U hi ■ ran i 1 ■ ' ' . ' " ' - " ! 1 ' . HP . : Mm ' ! i 115 116 117 ' •:•■ •■ t x ' ' 118 119 - ■» ' H : " VvV ,» " v fifcf - fc J S teft tc+ u! + ' %. «S I like leaves Especially now when they ' re Blasting with the sun Until they soak with so much Sunlight that down they sail Smiling softly down to Still green grass And flowers are nice Sometimes sifted in raindrops Sometimes scanning A riotous blue Sky— tumbling clouds But when the last gold-dry Leaf sadly smiles at the branches And lets go When a tired flower Sinks exhausted on Winter ground Then the sky remains. There In her eyes— In blue that both Flower and leaf Last looked on— the sky Shines still with her. I like leaves, and flowers are nice But blue eyes And a smile that doesn ' t end when Winter comes . . . William J. Hoermann 123 idfe- - ■ ■ ■ . »■ ' ' " 124 125 126 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 ■ vX. ' • ■ r ' £ • . 139 140 141 - £ $ : + . 142 Life is that which we see and experience through the spirit; but the world around us we come to know through our understanding and reason. And such knowledge brings us great joy or sorrow. »u. .-,:,■ , im ■» » : J Hf 0§ fcfc Senior Class Officers: Debra Moss, Treasurer; Sandy Raffael, President; Maureen Kirwin, Vice-President; Joyce Abraham, Secretary. Joyce Abraham Linda M. Archambault Jean Ayotte Joan Bakey John Barry Cynthia Marie Barsamian Paul A. Bassett Jr. Martha Beaulieu Mary Deane Bennert 143 Richard A. Bergeron Irene Berte Judy Blouin 144 Valerie Ann Bogis Suzanne M. Boisvert Linda Bordeleau Edna M. Boshar Linda Brogan 145 M. Joy Brown E. Lorraine Burgoyne Ann Marie Burke Darlene Burke Ann Marie Burns Beverly Campbell Pat Campione Inez Casciotti Kathleen R. Chagaruly (Walsh) 146 Catherine Cheetham Joanne Chelton Carol A. Chiarenza m H H , l «fc k wLrj i ■ i Ramona M Chudoba Doreen Cislo Kathleen (3. Clancy 148 Stephen Cody Linda Rose Coito Judith Ford Cole Catherine M. Coleman Brenda Collins Patricia M. Cornell Arlene Cotter 149 Michelle D. Couillard Susan Croteau Carol A. Daher Mary Dana Denise David Kathryn M. DeMatteo Carol Ann Desmond Donna D. Diette Ellen C. Doherty 150 Kathleen Mary Doherty Mary Gail Donaghue Leon S. Doucette 151 Barbara A. Droll Andrea I. Dupre Sheryl Everett Rosemary Fermoyle Alana Elizabeth Finneral 152 Kathryn E. Flaherty Martha Forbes Denise J. Ford Ruth E. Fuller Theresa M. Garon 153 Patricia Garwich Ellen Marie Gath Iris Cheryl Gauvreau 154 Deborah Gelanderes Martha A. Gervais You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him to find it within himself. Galileo Barbara Jean Gillette Ellen Goggin Ann Marie Gorman Barbara Gottlieb Kathleen Gray 155 John Grondalski Anthony Gugliuzza Lili Hatalski 156 Brian W. Healy Gail Heller Karen Hmielowski Elizabeth Holt Marianne P. Homsey 157 Mary Ellen Honan Bonnie Hughes Betty Hulick Martha Johnson Linda Jones Nancy Marie Jukins Terry Kalil June Susan Kelley Joyce Kessaris 158 Maureen Kirwin Theresa Koukias Shiela Kozlowski 159 Michelle Marie LaBay Judith A. Lannan Karen E. LaPointe Karen E. Larson Mary LeBlanc 160 Richard G. Lemire Diane C. Lewko Veronica M. Littlefield Ellen Diane Lloyd Lois A. Long 161 Patricia G. Lysz Maureen E. MacFadgen Mary Beth Mack Pamela Anne Mackay Debra A. Mandell Patricia M. Martin Lucille Nancy Maugeri Gary McCarthy Janet McCarthy 162 163 Annette Messina Mary M. Metivier Donna M. Mills Pamela Mitchell Deborah M. Morrison 164 Debra J. Moss Nancy Mulcahy Maryann P. Murach Sharon A. Murphy 165 Betty Nagle Diane Niedzwiecki Linnea Noring 166 Mary Frances O ' Neill Janis Louise O ' Shea Michelle M. Paquin Norma E. Pare Margaret A. Parent Judith Ann Perreault Susan Peterson Susan T. Picciuto Janet Piche 167 Lorraine Pineault Frances J. Poirier Jane K. Pulaski 168 Donna Marie Pupkis Virginia M. Quinlan Linda L. Quinton Susan Rachal Sandra Jane Raffael 169 Dolores Rioux Jane E. Rogers Donna Marie Salem Jane E. Sargent Kathleen Scrivens Deborah Shaw Paula Skrekas Julie Soczawa Kathleen Sorenson 170 Lorraine Marie Soukup Beverly A. Spampinato Janet Sweeney 171 Arlene Thiel Susan Thunell Christine Tierney Meg Tsirovasiles Anne Marie Tucker 172 Kathleen Unger Diane R. Vandette Gail Vossberg Janet Ward Diane T. Watton 173 Mary Ann Wesley Anne Marie Wholey Sharyn Willis Joyce D. Wilmot Jean B. Woish Patricia A. Wilson Donna Zembruski 174 Jeanne Elizabeth Barry Peter Charles Bedrosian Carl R. Byron 175 Mary Ann Canu Joanne Lila Churchill Victoria A. Clague Ann Courtemanche Mary Margaret Fleming 176 Adrienne Geanises Linda Giffin Carol Ann Hanley Dennis P. Hayes Stephen Michael Heimlich 177 V Js " •■ . - ' ..fv - i £ 5c j Cynthia Jean Koch John V. Maclnnis, Jr. Robert Manseau Therese L Marshall Karen A. McCann Sandra Gail Newsome Gilbert Edwin Peltola Elizabeth Ann Pezzee Thomas F. Proctor 179 Virtue is the strong stem of man ' s nature and music is the blossoming of virtue. Robert L. Soares Gary Spell issey Jay Silva Confucius 180 Janet M. Talbot Pasquale Tassone Marjorie E. Townsend Dorothy M. Walsh Licia Weare 181 Lawrence Blondin Geraldine Champa Billy Dowling Patricia M. Dalton Joan Fallon Linda T. Gagne Cherie Gale Joan P. Gillick 182 Thinking is the essense of wisdom. Persian Proverb Herst Goldman Linda M. Hair 183 Karen M. Heindenrich John K. Lowell Donald G. MacLean Mary A. Mastas Cynthia A. Mello 184 Kathleen Walsh 185 Paula Margaret Ananian Katherine Bahaviolos Elaine Bell Suzanne Camire Elizabeth Anne Floyd Linda Brunelle Hassett Anne Hurton Paula Jean Hutton Wayne King 186 Frederick Charles Latham John P. Lenotte Carol Matyka 187 «, : . .. r ■ » • a -■ Not to know what has been transacted in former times is to continue always a child. Robert L. McGough Cicero Robert Mercier Karen Anne Michaud Brian Moulton Martha Irene Shannon Pedone 188 Dennis M. Prebensen Kathleen Pyne II Franklin D.P. Stabile Michael A. Stacy Elizabeth A. Tourigny 189 Shelley M. Townsend Peter H. Tsaffaras Bette Turrentine 190 Shirley Zebroski Deborah L. House Maureen Houlihan W ' tki m ' 1 V J B Terry Roy 191 Dorothy M. Almeida Doris A. Arpin Roberta A. Basque 192 Rosemary E. Bettencourt Joanne P. Bushong Jaqueline Cheney Kathleen M. Coburn Maura Daly 193 Ann Dolan Linda J. Fontina Irene Hersom Barbara A. Hession Kathleen Paul Hillman Linda Lantagne Kathryn M. Latham Elaine Magee Mary M. Mahoney 194 Martina F. McCormack Judith A. Menard i Mary Mohan Tis the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one . . . 195 George Bernard Shaw Ellen M. O ' Donnell Linda Marie Ogni Kathleen O ' Leary Mary Rose O ' Neil Paula Oullet 196 Dee Pavidis-Pasucci Cheryl Raby Anne Rowen Susan K. Scanlan Barbara L. 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OGNI 148 Crescent Ave. North Attleboro, Mass. B.S. Nursing ANNETTE M. MESSINA 12 E. Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education JOANN G. MURPHY 12Varney St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Nursing KATHLEEN O ' LEARY 14 NorumbegaSt. Cambridge, Mass. B.S. Nursing MARY M. METIVIER 154 High St. North Billerica, Mass. B.S. Education SHARON A. MURPHY 33 Dinley St. Dracut, Mass. B.S. Education MARY ROSEO ' NEIL 242 East St. Wrentham, Mass. B.S. Nursing KAREN ANNE MICHAUD 23 Frank St. Dracut, Mass. B.A. History PATRICIA S. MYERS 69 Cordis St. Wakefield, Mass. B.M. Education MARY FRANCES ONEILL 139 Andrews St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education DONNA M. MILLS 112 Mt. Washington St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education ELIZABETH M. NAGLE 106 Highland Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education JANIS LOUISE O ' SHEA 74 High St. Newbury, Mass. B.S. Education PAMELA MITCHELL 139 Franklin St. Haverhill, Mass. B.S. Education JOHN NEARY 35 London St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. English PAULA OUELLET 123EastonSt. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Nursing MARY F. MOHAN 3 Hampden St. Swampscott, Mass. B.S. Nursing SANDRA GAIL NEWSOME 1762 B Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. B.M. Education MICHELLE M. PAQUIN 95 Old Rd. Dracut, Mass. B.S. Education EDWARD R. MORASSI 540 Cooper St. Agawam, Mass. B.M. Education DIANE NIEDZWIECKI 15 Pearson St. Chelmsford, Mass. B.S. Education NORMA E. PARE 119 Carleton St. Haverhill, Mass. B.S. Education DEBORAH H. MORRISON 1 24 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education LINNEAC.NORING 276 Lexington St. Woburn, Mass. B.S. Education MARGARET A. PARENT 15 Parkwook Dr. Allenstown, N.H. B.S. Education DEBRA J. MOSS 186Upham St. Melrose, Mass. B.S. Education JOSEPH M. NUCCIO 8 Odell Ave. Beverly, Mass. B.M. Education DIANE PAVIDIS PASUCCI 27 Elm Brook Rd. Bedford, Mass. B.S. Nursing BRIAN J. MOULTON 46 St. James St. Dracut, Mass. B.A. History ROXANNE M. O ' CONNOR 8 Rangeway Rd. Billerica, Mass. B.A. Biology MARTHA IRENE SHANNON PEDONE 425 Foster Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. B.A. History MARY LOU MULCAHY 142 Renfrew St. Arlington, Mass. B.S. Education SUSAN M. O ' CONNOR 416 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Nursing GILBERT EDWIN PELTOLA 375 Rollstone St. Fitchburg, Mass. B.M. 207 JUDITH ANN PERREAULT 694 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education THOMAS F. PROCTOR 26 Merritt St. Leominster, Mass. B.M. Education DOLORES A. RIOUX 42 Beaver St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education CHARLENE A. PERRY Thoreau St. Billerica, Mass. B.S. Education JANE K. PULASKI 3 By St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education JANE E. ROGERS Clark Rd. Sturbridge, Mass. B.S. Education SUSAN M. PETERSON 87 Merrill Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education DONNA MARIE PUPKIS 90 Rogers St. Tewksbury, Mass. B.S. Education ANNE ROWEN 182A Bass Point Rd. Nahant, Mass. B.S. Nursing ELIZABETH ANN PEZZEE Box 233 South Egremont, Mass. B.M. Education ROBERT K. PURINGTON 35 Archer St. Lynn, Mass. B.M. THERESE G. ROY 61 Sunset Rd. Dracut, Mass. B.A. Languages SUSAN T. PICCIUTO 19 Freddy Rd. Billerica, Mass. B.S. Education KATHLEEN PYNE 50 Kinsman St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. History PATRICIA A. SAINT 37 Altrura Rd. Weymouth, Mass. B.S. Nursing JANET J. PICHE 49 Corbett St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education VIRGINIA M. QUINLAN 278 Barker St. No. Andover, Mass. B.S. Education DONNA MARIE SALEM 1 Stevens Ave. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education DAVID A. PIHL Hall St. Dunstable, Mass. B.M. LORRAINE M. PINEAULT 226 Salem St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education RICHARD R. PINTAL 1 22 Seventh Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.A. Biology KENNETH W. PIORUN 232 Main St. Everett, Mass. B.A. Sociology FRANCES J. POIRIER 514 Hampshire St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education KATHRYN M. POWERS 144 West St. Leominster, Mass. B.S. Education DENNIS M. PREBENSEN 1224Shawsheen St Tewksbury, Mass. B.A. History LINDA M. QUINN 63 Congress St. Fitchburg, Mass. B.S. Nursing LINDA L. QUINTON 18 Pines Rd. Billerica, Mass. B.S. Education CHERYL RABY 33A Horton St. Salem, Mass. B.S. Nursing SUSAN A. RACHAL 52 Rivercliff Rd. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education SANDRA RAFFAEL 10 Appleton Rd. Wakefield, Mass. B.S. Education APHRODITE REDINGER 115 So. Loring St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education JOHN REPUCCI JR. 9 Clark Rd. Bedford, Mass. B.M. Education JANE E. SARGENT 5 Fourth Ave. Haverhill, Mass. B.S. Education JOSEPH G. SARGENT 61 Mt. Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. English BENNETT G. SAWYER 49 Orchard St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education SUSAN K. SCANLAN 1 6 Cherry Orchard Lane Framingham, Mass. B.S. Nursing KATHLEEN SCRIVENS 18 Daly Dr. Stoughton, Mass. B.S. Education BARBARA SHARFMAN 488 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education DEBORAH SHAW 55 Jamaica St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education 208 JOSEPH H. SHEEHAN 32 Edenfield Ave. Watertown, Mass. B.M. Education NANCY SHERMAN 58 Ave A Lowell, Mass. B.A. English RUTH H. SKALINE 794 Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Nursing PAULA SKREKAS 12 Rockdale Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education BARBARA L. SMITH 48 Ward St. North Brookfield, Mass. B.S. Nursing ROBERT L. SOARES 46 Maple St. Somerset, Mass. B.M. Education CLAYTON W. STACKPOLE 105 Bay View Ave. Lynn, Mass. B.M. Education KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN 4 Essex St. Greenwood, Mass. B.S. Nursing JANET SWEENEY 12 Fisher Terr. Woburn, Mass. B.S. Education JAY A. SYLVA 46 Dundee Rd. Arlington, Mass. B.M. Education PASQUALE S. TASSONE 39 Varnum St. Arlington, Mass. B.M. Education ANN TALBOT 1 88 Evtaw Ave. Lynn, Mass. B.M. ELIZABETH A. TOURIGNY 48 Dunstable St. Lawrence, Mass. B.A. History MARJORIE E. TOWNSEND 45 Mt. Vernon St. Saugus, Mass. B.M. Education SHELLEY M. TOWNSEND 10 Salem Rd. North Billerica, Mass. B.A. History CELESTE TREMBLAY 48 Pleasant St. Tewksbury, Mass. B.S. Nursing PETER H. TSAFFARAS 66 Royal St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. History MARGARET E. 53 Ellis Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education TSIROVASILES JULIE S. SOCZAWA 50 Seventeenth St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education JANET M. TALBOT 18 So. Main St. Topsfield, Mass. B.M. Education ANNE MARIE TUCKER 1311 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education KATHLEEN SORENSON 27 Glenwood St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education LORRAINE M. SOUKUP 66 Winn St. Burlington, Mass. B.S. Education BEVERLY A. SPAMINATO (AMANTE) 6 Duckett Ave. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education GARY SPELLISSEY 18 Marinel Ave. North Chelmsford, Mass. B.M. Education FRANKLIN D. STABILE 27 Bruce St. Lawrence, Mass. B.A. History MICHAEL A. STACEY 51 Smith St. Lawrence, Mass. B.A. History ARLENE J.THIEL 59 Brentwood Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. B.S. Education BRUCE THOMAS 55 Oak St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. English PATRICIA M. THOMAS 246 Bruce St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Nursing SUSAN THUNELL 54 Pine Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. B.S. Education CHRISTINE C. TIERNEY 15 Caswell Ave. Methuen, Mass. B.S. Education MIRIAM TOBIN 23 Cady St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Nursing BETTE TURRENTINE 14 Gallup Dr. Chelmsford, Mass. B.A. History KATHLEEN UNGER 261 Old Marsh Rd. Dracut, Mass. B.S. Education DIANE R. VANDETTE 26 Oak Terr. Dracut, Mass. ALICE R. VELOZE 30 Shores St. Taunton, Mass. B.M. Education VASILIKI VERGADOS 60 Dinsmore St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. History GAIL VOSSBERG 25 Tomahawk Dr. Tewksbury, Mass. B.S. Education 209 DOROTHY M. WALSH 3 Weston St. Lexington, Mass. B.M. Education MARY ANN WESLEY 44 Lamb St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education PATRICIA A. WILSON 11 Le Clair St. North Reading, Mass. B.S. Education KATHLEEN A 42 Hudson St. Lowell, Mass. B.A. English WALSH DONNA M. WHITE 5 Butler St. Taunton, Mass. B.M. PATRICIA A. WINN 12Astor St. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Nursing KATHLEEN C.WALSH 50 Third Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education ANNE MARIE WHOLEY 1102 Mammoth Rd. Dracut, Mass. B.S. Education JEAN B. WOISH 84 Forest Park Rd. Dracut, Mass. B.S. Education JANET F. WARD 13 Chesterfield Ave. Billerica, Mass. B.S. Education ROBERTA R. WIGGINS 270 Andover Rd. Billerica, Mass. B.A. Languages SHIRLEY ZEBROSKI 210 Haverhill St. Dracut, Mass. B.A. History DIANE T. WATTON 77 Groton St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education SHARYN WILLIS 9 Ballard St. Tewksbury, Mass. B.S. Education DONNA A. ZEMBRUSKI 84 Bennington St. Lawrence, Mass. B.S. Education LICIA WEARE 51 Cottage St. Elmwood, Mass. B.M. Education LAWRENCE L WILLIS 52 West St. Randolph, Mass. B.M. Education CYNTHIA WEISS 33 Mission Rd. North Chelmsford, Mass. B.S. Education JOYCE WILMOT 40 Bradstreet Ave. Lowell, Mass. B.S. Education 210 Contributors The Advocate Inc. Alpha Omega Sorority The Bon Marche of Lowell 211 The Drama Club Food Crafts Inc. Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity Men ' s Athletic Association Music Educators ' National Conference The Newman Club 213 Sigma Kappa Epsilon Sorority The Student Government Association Womens ' Recreational Association 214 Index A Delicate Balance Administration Leonard Andrusaitis, Dir. of Financial Aid William F. Dunn, Dir. of Fiscal Affairs Robert J. Foy, Academic Dean George W. Luter, Registrar Mary E. McGauvran, Dean of Admissions Daniel H. O ' Leary, President Basketball Men ' s Women ' s Clubs and Organizations Advocate Staff Alpha Omega Sorority College Senate Drama Club French Club Drama French Club Freshman Class Officers International Club Junior Class Officers Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity Knoll Staff Men ' s Athletic Association Music Educators ' National Conference Outing Club Science Club Senior Class Officers Sigma Kappa Epsilon Sorority Sophomore Class Officers Student Government Assoc. Staff 82-83 Contributors Department Heads 211-214 28 Gertrude Barker, Nursing 34 William Burto, English 31 27 Ignatius Ciszek, Dir. of 28 Athletics 29 29 Joseph Garreau, Foreign Languages 32 Edward F. Gilday, Music 34 27 Patricia A. Goler, History 26 and Political Science Ethel Kamien, Biological 37 and Physical Sciences 35 104-109 William H. Malone, Mathematics 37 110-111 Thomas A. Norris, Behavioral Sciences 32 Leo Panas, Visual Arts 36 49, 50 Margaret Shannon, Education 38 58 P. Christopher Smith, 50 Philosophy 31 56, 82-83 64 Headstart Children ' s Christmas 64 Party 74-79 63 61 Jonathan Edwards Concert 84-85 62 Judo 98-99 62 50, 216 Seniors 61 Biology 191 Education 143-174 55 English 181-185 54 History 186-191 54 Languages 191 Opp. 143 Music 175-181 58 Nursing 192-198 62 Slave Auction 72-73 52 Wrestling 100-103 215 1972 Knoll Carol Matyka, Editor-in-Chief Cheryl Raby, Business Manager Terry Kalil, Photography Editor Betty Floyd, Layout Editor Donna Pupkis, Copy Editor Brenda Pinardi, Adviser Staff Linnea Arold, Martha Bassett, Joan Fallon, Rosemary Fermoyle, Ann Gorman, Linda Hair, Anne Hurton, Bob Kanellas, John Lenotte, Rachel Morrin, Maryann Murach, Lorraine Pineault, Shelley Townsend, Janet Ward. Special Thanks to: Joe Donovan of Wm. J. 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